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The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00029
 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: August 17, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00029

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,itiIb: tw )1. Srbicb .Ptirn* all' |>arfyt"-ties'i nd obligations, relation tb tbe Indians f' Every citizen pf )ta tt g 9 ao/ar as tq utlirm Jhat hotwould suf-- Besides this, there are Ai'nbrtg'U'Pindft'and'

r iI1 Uiierted'it SXTI trr wfeeotthey come fa ;; Jhattt Srlttt Uie.Tdkltr. Floridaha4: ead)' answer to this,'quettlou, I, r.teriduiq, 1- socxner. jhan.vot,! h for iucxtensionr. presses wbic i hve triTen-the'coltf'shoalder' l .to..". .. .
F "". '1J tpodf'r, {ohbe due to our own section.and op t r'g6ttfUqder ,.She has been most shamefully and disgrace; n ,\ t th l'UL.-ud.AAJ l L .

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or IA oeo.aon, -oAf flntr t \V7WflIe oii1 i thit iD. 'ti. 'UIup.tomJael"t fromMhe npurt ns.. : !t tP4;, eI f'ut J16' the should' 'bo.-i-eriiSved, ''Iytrarca..ra I. 'The Sfoijthjivpids the asiertion.by Congress -while mu >|bn egnlarlr t nppointed i
.vh* srTifrf .'-.- '- o\.tJ !h 2k ,: ( -... b1Iibostavsnyehjtfmjd.:'Wbe be. ''I." Has"this ptoroisebe; n fulrtlled?-, of the dangerous principle they'regard"it1 from this Suite to the CdnvemionlhavttUeclin-
.:* ','"' ", ......... : 'j ought to fce l bold and itbteVaiiited, ndbin ate Js ,i it.Koln) tp .tu t Hue) ilr. Cttbell.no influence ;cxHuaine'l'in. ,-the4 WI n t Proviso.," ,Wei!I, ed miend, or to reaipn'their i ,another
_.A J 4.M ". .-r." fc over the administration which he brought Pm 1it\IJ I1tzUed.L1( "WLtlthch factsaaiwfiedUJiaf
'f.it''G era foeHoei,muitftbborjaridfcb',belled'feelinc l into power ? 'Is'bedumb f' Can ho give 1)6 i jM.ithing+ he#ij-"u..Wilmot ProvisVicover-j b f Us, Tjvno. car>. ,doubt, that the Nor'h-
.i dJ wi'TIIE'HAUNTSD HEART.. :..". __ ": .Weadmit..the difficulty'and' ii-":voice to ,the sentiments of'his' constituents? ,Ing the' whole qfCaHtorpjalJmd; I PfosPtCtivelyt ern Free&M r! 'aJld "JtWli1luJI -C bejfinay -
'U .:Befio.tie lulling f fountains' : easy of his position, and that of all th Houthrn -, What.subject'Js' of.such'vital! Importance tq ; CIa I > timsetf j .bel.DIe .IeJudc, the, wholes' '. hWere1 ,ir !! talk

:$M 't u A- Oflbeblden, better clirno, .Whigs, ioC:'cgreas, > But it lit duch. difficultiejthat.elicit the people Florida as.tbq.removal of.the Indians of Utah uid'.New rexlcu. The'onh' gum tben ,o.r t \it.winrrt\i1tmor Yii n6\v than
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Rseklmed Irom'U* briewtnderIngi; the .higher qualities pf\ the i ? And yet\our'Representative,. it.aeems f.the'&tb.'1i"lh: gain'6f n l loss.:" I 'reahiiy. ",' .J *)ai--HU'Jt'
"vO'' MSoftVtbd 'flhorerottfeteeaofftarthbyapi tLh-'1 .. It1J apol,and eitherst&np-a man :with the Impress can'.do."nothing to attain that end) He cannot ,- 2.>:Thei South "'Iplace-a4)eyohd controversy,I .i Wta+ 'rubf ',9f110ruqty! : now oilers; for the \V
!: ", ., .. .wperior, .mor4.ndllnteUectual.ctiarf'' r, Demand tho fulfilment of" repeated promises 90Qmile pfths. ,territory: 'Fcxas,1n .the Rio South to dissfiato'itlt ,'rich erroneounptions..
.JO ....... .'' ).1Mr1. sUbft e. !. 'tkn6w lit reducft hira to his:proper,level 1.bl. expbeing' nor the entorcement of treaty stipulations., Orande nowYn, disputo.Vha1. .is the, gain The events'of p'.isthidnlfi'musil'corjvincecv'ryunprejudiced !
U4.ui't t. ,. I bU mental or moral.'weakness. ,'. here?' Texas has"an {defeasible title'to, ail }
Why, we rnigliU* will' be; unrepresented asto. .. fnlndlhltf hrriQmijunlv; ?f thu
Oft In the rJt4rllgbt.me.werana.db y-,' itr, Cabdl'i courit,':his been 'wak!and va- be merely amuse4 l' tbe mockery, oft, representation : claims title recrgriized. by''Mexico, by the tioutbeiot eopl : r""forth Iissour, lump".
.I., t," u Wh ..aoI.de" cilatiof from the firtt,' abd such 'a\ (>in>:ai !; ; > United/States and by Ibe treaty:'with' both misu and t is recbmme'ndatWn of.,the faihitb

111&1., ,.,.04 IhdOV mep ".hl p.W\9m.atfP'. proves him uUerSy inadequate to '.lpoliltiOO i 1 i .' We might here have confidently rested our The freejoilers, want a; sliceandjftlrvClay' (;onv ntion. ,Eyed thoso .who prccr jho Clay 3 1
_Drou forr.ett'oW:and brqwp and,wholly uneaual to tbe crisis which wait I.1.giv to them UOjOOO miles, and (/
)be; !;'J) : I' a f ease ad demanded of thepeopl a verdict square Compromise'express thc/mselves satwfie i.witn !

.At 'H I\hoJiaeMn. aLh,4fl&P the skies .,.,t' :. us. WbiJewstheerflillyondet:taJaInJ. all araiost Mr, Abel J' 'bnt.iwd' cannot ,close proposes to'dniet, Texas, for this! 'consideration" '. any compromise., .... which, "Will.... -seVlc. .th ,1t I'I 3 I
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With potIc.I1) .: .., tbe credit duO to good tatemfohiV'! oaidid I withuut expressing our decided xiUnipproBaiibn'Of -. mine posession what'is already her own qU-- 8Iun.J'- I ii tney are really- incurnvstoa&
'Id hn 'WU 'hauntedw : ,. '. man can:have" ,watched'hfc'cobrse1'' without! his vote lo' screen or whitewash property. A'more cunningly contrlv d' iun. I opinions,, why hesitate join j (; with the, iirg I -

<. I l.1 I' "WpBWtoraltkfto :thiw' | ] I j.1 .1 j baviogifelt pointed ahd .m rtll1'd/ at his Want iruiliy! perpetrator of the "Galphin''S lodle.tt. to extend the area of tree soil, was never dcvisedv majority;: thefr follow c 'lzei1I(on.the Mif o uri.

,(". IeflI.hC When Il thbnLdn1htitid ": Of that ability,consiMancy. 'and Hrrnrte! .w.waichl! t .i'heUdtsn'was'almolt unanimous In 'convic.L Yet thq free soilt-r Clay,-in 'lb& name Compromise line,.and.present i t6 the ?fy tb an ,.
Wk"plerc&Dl.plepde$ Ibine ; :II. J i. a 'ItndJaoGnmlbt) ;lie* 't.stiUibt''buP'io1iiceb-( ? Cjimrfordjn&: hundred. and / *%/. 'pacification calls this gni' .to the fc'ojth: !! unbroken phalanx ort u'j, trjed and: independent
li'r i'>WJi r 'wlth moriok'e r ve.tidc'liht rmebthe y.1rbeUt.b. tP' h. I -o "A I''/Cfujueinnntion/ ,. and taunty-fa oted 3. The South gains "an 'efficient fugitive free, who know '!he rigji't. ar4 kuowinjr
its face U>'mine. : .J' '' ".\ ;,,';IZ.t--.Mav. yerl .,<'.. ,". 90,ADdiy: $. L ... I., tflgttjtxd\ v U'lt' .11.4t'rf'JKt (j* I IM''I Vi 1.ita.'t 6it-.1I I.f. -1'' \ But the'Northern demands us the .condition on the power ofth .North half?6much, ns.d|uuior.
.4. ) 01 nftb eVetidt'cannot alumber' ". S / lC14IA.1UJ'3'tIlCU.ttu'IJeStoct: .s:"hdr l 'tJty '' ;/ 1 4.' e'fi1.jt-rit)4a.: ) t/ ,, '}\\'PoP these ihmgs, which.I)iefshall have themSpecific payment.ThejrIbiileexacted amdnp themselves,; 'j\ldJ' ( we will ,noj' 'tear
l j > iiwsn fa the'chilling depths'of. "night,' i' J i 1., wit!Lfbortlr.,;he L.a)14) v'onrusttioL d' .,Jf': .:':4' .,... "ot 1'1 ht1. -: aiu: look- alone to, .js, the surrender ,io free disunion 'D the S6ui*,'as' we'bclieve'' th'eie ton
. .v ed tRe.i n" mvl't."Mtk'. 'dreamlea 'cOUCl ,;I'I'' !-htt'em Jltl\(4'b faI-'ist., ;; commonkka4rP soil of alf her interest'in the territories' And inuch.patriotkmhthonihi people of( muller
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, '1&1 ")n' njtf''f( U .t1(' H WiselesslyOJ : ,J. n'or vjvaejv.,Wlj'.neo'> convipHt) 'Wt Iii.l IJ "J"'i't1. fl1t'I :, rt&; /r", d : ",JI'1Ur.': obtained. ? ltwIllbe a dead, letter on-the' yvill 1 prevent occurrence of th e'r' il.
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) \' "..d: I p au ( I' 1 j jp11 i ftl l.iQ'ta1tj .e 'a 't } :.I d'1'1' hrVHr., 'i!).Ui": ':+''w..:,.,. itl1k4d..e inlic'1.-1: tilJ ''f4T i" ii. '.a noble concession!! "- ( ry of Sta.tirt depends much. (.A pVpper1 couiVon
'!1 V 4q-r ',q'', ;" 1.1'1 ; ,, wthuut mi'.'td1l11f dt' t li4mU S\ 4.The t\ut\\ ''aMi iI q.i Ir sItyjit I : u1u. : ': 1:.trI1', .,....t.t..I.. :a.i'. '.'it .tLaJ l" .. |thcirptrt will aid'greatly In ,cafmiog.thoproper :
:'K\ (I' 'Hx.mtbit'd Ul I.n' 1oiQ I: 1 $ tqw : : .. .;f "..; ; : ".:.01. ;:11:1: tit. ihc shudci nf. nngry pussiQtS1t which permilt"s tU.: ti ns.
t.4 tJ duhfiJ 1M.pt. '. .. Itll't-U'" ..,).LIt i I I.gft ;ut ,ft'1L! t m-I. "t" ';r"'h'rfluthJs'utCLlIbili ;* ."t'V u .jllriitL"I; '.".,,\.to 1 .1'" ,.,( 1',1, 'I"I', and the agitation in :the District about the I ngita- The who' .cOttlury.iit'.ready roi b fl,'h'on'rab'osettene'n
.. ...I .ut1Dflilti ".1.t .r ,:u.ru.nt ?tJ'1'' .H 2rrrkJ; i".iltv: 't1 r' rI1.W.tltnh i t.l"t'' iJ! ,ot .ht ,' -m'ft, )f. f'. '; .lion oft slavery." Was ever a more ;aburdproposition ofihe tifficulties lI'th rcisiot .i '.
( AHbtiULL1 : ".:OX'4i dur.trlP"SJrJu.nM.p, H1f.1'1 I!'O.I,} .''c d asserted by a sane, man?,' Does
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_ ,-1 ..> i.I'ief1dt.4 its ..hurl ..ijw. f'r .Wtl'f.:,4f..t.t U) !ty..n\'110.1 :CItCtlfH\tI a"l4\e' i ) 'Wl. ,.tl i 'not-past history conclusively l prove,that every be greatly'responsible fur the resUlf which .
!. Vhat.1".U' ..k, I i.f ( lrY \NnflSC \IPaOsE: concession to fanaticism has stimulated it
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., "u.4 iQi; !,, razlgJLS: broug, \. /," It ". : I ( : tt3Ii-Ld. WJf1ID':"?" i i' ItntlItVo; '1tw: ::lreohii1ri? ipe< ch of. Mr. Clay,1 inS to renewed aggression?' Grant what! this bill .V nion. :

,.l I'i. ,7.To each livingit t!lInfo a.H\1'! .I.Io\.,. 1: t.I' '. !' ..I4 tJb.4o.:"'" -1 .o'iUilll..TJi\\ tri 'tJP u;,:S \., <;y uthi Coinpromise,bill,:ought" to be concede,*, and abolitionist .leelin* their pow. The first step should be \vithdraWar-of the .
only uriC bn my k't (r.Vher ;." k'ltitiiut'bnt' John ,.B-lurd iv that' n.. H. U. !.tud.un pandered over bv every Southefp'm.in. er, inseadufbiing "iileoced" will become oi'd rs of the late,President for;-Ufa orirffnivjirvii _.

.. .. } hlu."illh wats' gLIc-ck, ; H. ilossts! ,IU1ll 'Mimi.-nt tl'srr*c, the'qualities, ..t\' .. ._.It.. ..can. .scarcely.! .fail. ..'tq, convince. .,.ariy. more clamorous, and'', 'redouble' their l efforts.HOTA' I in1'< fth..StAtdovernfficnt! Tn1v 'Mexico.Divestthe ; .
1 1 : A Jqarjul l strt.itrn"Of. many wr im i '* '* KV irwqujreu tM tf.tJ i iKT.* : 'i fc'i r.-. th m..,>'nH Ml.hp"f.MtV..... Tlnv .hlm..._plfl., i is '
ov oui itpauic:tajt M. ; ,sttc1rwflpscoeai-i: an-ta'rlln"paaee, trtatitis ---- -- ----.e --.1 -- ntiiitary governor ofbi.fC'U authority
1. ,,, A An*!/ n riH *tn jinclc&S t Wli; ; 'itte Jtate nbdlter knoirir ioiti,infiuVitants, a measure which concedes every thing,to all the South gains by his meas re. What is :withdraw his. or.lp.f'to to resist the'authorities -

] Wm hear the Bounding BUll! no man in it better acquainted'with' their thf>,North, and secures nothing to the.South.In .. the aggregate, Whatis it we: ask,but a sacrifice of Texas. The United States troops are

; 'Of' this tu dim vet mifhty stream. I wants and wit>hc.s. About hi4 private character the following extract, he sums up.it*.reciprocal on thy part] ot the South, of- ,honor, of useful iq,Ne.v,Mexico i unly to repel the attacks
S While bright imperishable shapes it is unnecessary: 10 SpOil .' It stands far advantages to. the.'two, opposing 8 c- right. ;.of interest-federal) .Union, of the Inuians and give protection to citizenson
At moments found me gleam ; above uwault. No man stands higher in asocial Ion;. the frontier.; Let.this be'dond speed ',)und
I tread tbe narrow winding shores and moral,'position; and although many Let, me for one moment-assuming the pis- From the Satannah Georgian. time will thus be given to perfect the organization .
, Uke one when in a dream. pretend to think that this !hat nothing to do sage of the various measures which composethe UNION AT SOUTH. eta territorial government for New M xi.
: with the claims of a'man on' the political suffrages system reported bythe Committee of Thir In our.remarks .of yesterday, we,referred to co, and a satisfactorily settlement by commissioners I.
know these t re but shadows of his fellow cilizensywo entertain' dif. teen-let me see what'will be the condition of the position affairs Washington sine Ihe I ofth Texas boundary line. We will
Of that life which is to'\be\ ferent opinion. An unblemished, reputation,' the two sections' of the.Union-what has been defeat pf the Clay Compromise Bill. Our information I not doubt the success of the. measure. ., .1
When struggling from its boards of clay an unsuspected integrity in private life, car- gained and lost by each. The North ';tns since received ia indefinite although .
The spirit rises free ry with them their inffuencel into the'public the admission of California as a free State and several propositions huve been i made to bring I HOW JOHN BROKE, THE WAGON.' 1
To bathe its plumage in the light councils, and consequently ou.hr to have their the high probability ot New Mexico and Utah up the other bjI) comprised,in the general bill,.I '. Huw 'is'it, Juhn.that.you.bring.the Wagon \
Of ,iMMOaTAUTT. due weight in the'summing up! of the qualifications remaining or becoming free territories; avoids in sep tu and distinct forms. Thus far the ac home in such a condition;Z," I Iu
' ot candidates. any introduction 'slavery by the authority tion had upon either gives.jtio idea of their fate i : broke in driving overA. .s'ump ?'',
SAUCY KATE. But the friends ot Major Bedrd do not rest of Congress, sees New Mexico detached from I in the Senate. I "Where ?" .' : ,' i '. I
Kat,', a dear, delicate creature, his claims to the support of the people on his Texas, with a'high degree of probability-from Mr. Foot's proposition to circumscribe the. '.Back in the woodrialfa;) .&niQ.Of'S! bil'\".: '. I
Merry u a tunny elf: moral qualities alone. They! claim for him, the nature of theclimate and the character of boundaries of California to 35-30, subsequently "Butwhy did you' run "asain&t stump ?, J
j Beautiful in form and feature- and they doit with the utniost' confidence, the soil" and from other circumstances-that amended by. 36"' 30; was l lost by adecede4vote. I Could you not see tiiirivestraigh' ?" : ; "- ".

,, Smiling mould of utl".lelr. that the claim will! be sustained,-a superior NewMexico will ultimately become a free state: Mr Berrien supported the proportion "!: did drive;;straight,sir, and that i is the very I
When tbe laughs her silken tresses order of talent, a highly cultivated mind,'po and secure the abolition of the slave trade i ir a and expressed ,himself.saistitdVlth it. if passed 'reason that' drove over it. The.stump wax
Fall upoa her gentle breast, litical information surpassed by few, and habits the District 'Columbia. Are not theje objects it might satisfy the' Soutr, provided! the I directly in'the middle of the road." :
And her eyes as dark aa midnight. business, industry and perseverance,of of sufficient magnitude to satisfy any measures proposed by them in reluticn to Texas ,Why'' n did you not go round it 7?' (

tfev r teem tola at restKate's the very highest importance to a representa. mederate, rational northern wishes? And and New' Mexico were eqully satisactQh. ."Because, sir. ,the stump had no,right in.the
tive in Congress'; and which will be fullyap.precaated what will the South gain? The South atoids There is certainly.a better appearance of unanimity middle of the road,.and 1, had a right in it.">
a sweet but ofse&rlet eauey creature bloom- by those of us who have so sensibly the assertion by Congress of the dangerous principle in tbe Senate on this all absorbing snbject True, John the stump puitht .not Jo be in the
Within a lip telt their absence ia other and whose it contained in the WUmot than has heretofore been manil.. ted-\'tt. there '
*, inter ,a* they regard middle of: the road, but 1 wonder that you
Woodbines atpnleg rid golden euniight, \ ests nave Buffered from .neglect and ineffi Pronto places beyond controversy 900 miles of is little 'dependence :'to placed upon appear 'Were'so foolish as not to consider,that it was .'

Roses drinking perfume, ciency. -1 the ''TVm/ory rf Texas, on the Rio Grande, now ances. there, and that it tva$ strongerthan, your
Voice. as dainty aa the whisper Major Beard is not inexperienced in legislation. in dispute gain an efficient fugitive slave bill, and I We are satisfied that the recent movement of wagon. : ,. 1
in their'.cr'lltB1.hrioe.
S Founts giro mischief ';. He was a distinguished' member the lilcncet the agitation in this district ab sut the abolition 'the people of the South has bad uu effect upon Why, father do think that 'am always -

, Saucy Would Kate that,no I could full call thee mine.Kate's .' I Senate of his native State, North Carotinaand if slavery. Sir, it may happen-and I am 1 Congress and the ,will continne to excrusc, an further influence -- ;goin? to yield m'y you, rights 2" Not I.In'

'i for many years occupied a prominent posi- not going to disguise my convictions, as to the i as expressions X'opiniocs are determined: .to stick.up to them, come :>what I
A dear but saucy :treature8ightlytssflCet ,- >f" tion among,those who controlled her political probabilities of the. fact-that the South will manifested. The decided stand .tak n in will ?" : .
"- destinies. no territory in Utah New Mexico or Cal ifornid favor of the Missouri 1 Compromise lne'und'the ;
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',. cazelte get
Foadnea- dwells in every dimplet. The able and impartial manner.in"-which- adapted to slave labor,. in which slaves will be introduced. decision pf:the Ntsh\me Con ye tiohn1ust 'C n-, But-what is the uSe John 'standing. up to

loveiiU,marked her well., he discharged his duties as U. 8. Marshal for ,But that is not the fault of Congress. ccie Southern Mjmtwrs Congress: us to their your rights, ; when "-you only''g t a greater'
Surely hearts havo.strove to win her, the Eastern District of Florida, is well known It is congressional power, congressionl usurpation duty insisting i upon nothing less as the,ultimatum wrong by so doing ? .
I Many "t shall stand fir' .hem; 'at all ha7.rds. '
ot the South Already have we noticedthe up
low and appreciated.by all ; and the services he congressional assumption fan unlawful '
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/ .Bowed vtUtdisappotntmeai
I S. effects of this stand the North. A fwof "Well, John. all I.have to sar is this hereafter
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.. 8aaerKateIfeariotytf| "- baa re dered..the' State in1!his present office ofItegisteroIEttelzadsbavebeen authority' over :tho institution of slavery, upon "
"t.: the leadina men and leading independent you must furnish vour own wagons. ,
.Ew1eaoneaIwa71je1ithcmujior, endorsed by, against which theSouthraises her voice inprotestation. j f
'lfl' ,.' --F the almost, unanimous voice of.the, 8tutt1: If she cannot get slave territory presses,who have carMIy'atch' ?tbe movements ..
-i-: ; -. -- &.) : On:tbe subject of Northern acgressibn on our in California, Newt Mexico and Utah whose. .J 'o/ tbo'South/hit dared If raise' the r Paddy,attending a "Broad-brim" conven- ,
bmnrU t .
\ t : astonished ond
4r for first was much
the : inflicted 'upon U eWoulhimdttra ton the time
voices mjuitice
She blame against )
constitution ri,nts\ Major-Beard taker trie fault'is1 it? cannot Congress bpt
Inloaal C.1 withal nt (he '.
the C".p' r.mId1'1ta'ffm'-'n'lI: the puzzled manner ofworship.Havine
ul.N: turoV wand Nature's Oud
'j \ ground which alone'thf* South aU''Wt i moet >ht $
.\ t ; 1 ".a ; "'. .. 'and the upon union be prese ved. .TbeBiUlOfClar.: .Well.according.lo' 1I1r. 'Clay himself what face; a dissolution of'tle U in.'ln the event;offurtber been.told that the "brethren ,kpako 1

't' : .I'ttIeW ,1Ubw.f. ,of Q10re Inter' to miM-C4U illz .HCo promise bill" yields eV ,does the North gain!, Why, jn the;,opinion,of.I, 'persislance 'Ir' their unjust''aud nefarious even as they were moved by the Spiri/ he !
:t1m ,' -" '. ,'t ioridi tb.n Jbo crpcte ,'aDd ry thing- to tbejfrpe tdilertyaiO idflaudi'nU. the g reaL paqibcaIor, ag \that she owas'c1lirotnia measure 'We do tibt so; rtiucti 'notice tbe watched the prC'CCedhig:1Via incrensinjr" disgust 1
QI V 1nICl coo. New Mxcd nd Uth. ire doesooc.ln' S calculation'of 1yahiflbe'Uniou' as' \ve do fortbemHiavthcrt way ov' worship, till
; m.Tb' 9 r.t., r1tep. degrades the South as effectually whfe "Wi !
1 i I in ad ma'crds the calculation1 r.t the'pecuniary |nsibf dbllats one young Quaker trow 'and commencedsolemnly.
; ey DI\"e a rnl '? > t mot ProvisoTo thia.biUaa-t stands, Me this speech 8.11'so' J -. "j:.
,Wct his duty 40 attend J ,.to, ariQ,w beo.nit Jot Beard Js9ppo3ed fQiuUa.this oppositic. but,in arguing the point that the la wV of Mexico and cents, which 'miwf-resulf W the North in .:- 'Inve' .1
UCtDIt l eSicieriv he'must .unite, mapywhipli I he is sustained by the whole Democratic- paaL, exclude slavery, the Constitution of the such an event.-BQt erti1htitiiat'some of the Brethren',1 married' .- I'

LrkftctIoL! are n t every ,day:foupdnthirst ty of the South,and a,'portion' of tbeirtpbliti- United,States,to the Contrary. 'notwithstanding i ,. thinking, calculating 'i ri''bf\heNbrth. have '. Tbedivil vchev!", interrupted Pat-p-Qua-
icQpiLon. | p1ec. fld,, ,bow,1caI i opponents. r ,AWbitiIr.Ca1beU'sYJewtareoQ he does say: taken tne alarm and nre disposed,if po sblp.! ,to ker sat .downTn"onfu'iion'.but the spirtrnov-;
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aUheu&tbe&intflbf.E" bus1xc4tfl1St I Ijt ; this.:all absorbing am'aware that there are gentlemen who avert 'the com pie t on of so dim n calamity as ing"Pat no Airthcr, the yOunz man mustered.
i8e a 4eegJzwd) P tveran subject is & proround..m'JI1t..H'1 maintain that, in.virtue of the conjtuiton.the would be'dissolution '6fthe Uniou. ,!tu the interest cou rage and broke ground n ain:- '

ea.or.b will nit discharge 'h14uf i keeps jUaemen.tjr .MI;, ,.o Ins ccncU\ueott\ ,. Jn a.ddtioa| be' orjcafl says it cannot speak farlJ him exist, and that,. o( course, those who maintain Tae tiict isw-of the South have suffered the ,_ ,. 1. 1'The *., i-. .'* _:- .J
1 a ait eamanol nice tact fpf address and and he,will not apeak for himself., It ia rwiernlly -' that opinion! 'want no.,other security for the spirit of disurtiouamon ocrr elyes to dfstract '- divil re hey that !! .68IQ.' ',_ but ;
coucflry, inannerd Wttball h '*U betievedin Washington that >be:will.vx>te transportation of their'slaves'south ofthat line us.. Party feelings and party1' bickerings' have itll bOa I lon?. loogrhile;5 bcforef, iveryell. : see '

-ta;: *jiuosupc qribUIUeDd,''e;\ ht1 for the bill' o4 probably .flpeakagaitut.il, aihe than {he, conslitulion. .If. / had,not heard that, been permitted usurp the place" of mature yowr jalAtl'-nalalD. .., ;
litical'ln'/brmaUoo./ did in the case of the Bounty::Utfd BUM' opinion acovedj Ijlundd have Regarded it as one oj reflection thus preventing-united ,actidfi'upcnsubjects -.aSjha '

S far. oar present, Rftprfetentativo But it is difficult predictwhat ha ,will do iq the txutf extraordinary asrumptions, and the most ,'ofthe'mostitatJnter .t to tile .perpetuity A.Ducbman once wanted to wed a widow, .'
be J ug 1 ? y pnyptven.case; somuch ilependal pcz his 'indefensible"position'that vas ever taken by.man..The .- of our rights. and institution,guaranteed ,and I his manner of making! .known bis feelings
S ) t hq,a tWie4.4uIng, hli.rour. 'nerves and how, the wjnd 1. ; \' q .t "h 1 ) Ii t1fl1fj I IineaPt Mr.,;qA |U'}'g. :friends. claim for 'l a i/and cootiQue lavery* lilavery existed independent -. tim been manifested. greatly in the votes o( If.you i ishfcpnteijUprget*getter for a verse
If't e probably be u entitled to :th.. jaerit'guch atit of the constitutor, and antecedent .to,the the south for MiIlaM Fmin re 3R 'acknowl- to b3 happy arniserabfejkrid: if you smokes, 1
!,. m.nt'' P".Q Jdi a.ma' 1' js( of. Caving la>gey* jcqttibU1towerdq constitution;and it'was dependent in the Slates, edged 'Free&Uea thbTI1 :*ecentIy O.: tblukewArmness and .drinks.nl *
ces'b'ia costitucs1tz ; and? >hetalen l ; aod!haa bringing into poc-the) present)fcdmmitutu rhot"upon 'the./WIU'ofl' Congress' but upon the ;neglectin Totlng1in.'mcm' and much' yoric. Upon;:,wkkh:the lady said, ..

or he b*!mimfested 'YIDdi g' their,j lion:byjUrgiog; e,peculiar.,claimsof: GeneralTaylor ,law of threspectIveStaie-Th' consittwrohiilett.ajid 'beta 10 Jbe ns.'innar--bt-Nishvtlle Conventidnl itl that:,.a Aa'small to the vote lat- -t aWe' ; ''* ---S. : '._ ...., .".,. ./ "l') :'lT., 'I
$ .a$4SAsailed andin8ulte4 Wo lbexn VVeH RUli'qUpo the cnbjccroftbeinstitutiopyof I ter/much ,
jtTht oa pxo tprhat;
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.i bus : i' 'U/tI' v 3
r .. sudcicnt-tpecan4thtrejast1ofleces- : The:world'is full of
1 i it deals .was beauty
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.; K lI'm. tti.f I d pr'byv'r. CaDeU'fteoatUtubnta,) 'iffJabe the fact., a*, a. $pict that exists! without haying ',ait/ for u7ull vote\ ; the moral,effect Abroad was As other worlds above 'I :1' \ ,
aU'ble'1riitIemaD'.bd.'pl'' 'w rt1Iyllve influence with his,OWO.administration! created continued, or'being responsible for'it, !I entirely: lost by such a meagre showing, and, And if we did our duty, '1
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any the the result was to inspirit those of the North tom It might be full of love j
States.
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\ siatardstf, Attgatst17,1850. Another-Wig; : Trick. ':; haiejjesire'd.iHlr' : :: "there was a Whig.gain. in \\lOh wad tome power thegiftieKie usTa Mr..Editor; I send -er.a a'pSecTc.written i .

?e _. ; FOR ,1BPlBSBNTATIVB( TO_ CONGRESS. In a ,pl-ech'of Mr.:.,Stanley of North Carolina 1 f',ihJ LfguIdture'oX that year. On :he next Xt would see ourselves fret as ithers blunder tee free us, us" byEliza Smith (twelve years of::

.. JOHN I ( M1) encoardjed' the success of the'recedidg many she was asked to write to Mrs. Masoo
F BEARD, OF :LEON CO.' I published I in the last Jacksonville, ftepublicun -: year We suggest; for the adoption of "Jesse Democraticui ,
, ... p ceo-4lje! : appeals (Whig assu3tl:8 I mother of the departed Lieut. and she,
; '
I -- there is printed a list of defaulters 'to ,. <" ecu
who in
The gives
; friends a mangled condition
of Mr. M. 0. I
' PAPYannounce ; :ttacea.wa. country was posed the following beautiful. tribute
", thus as a candidate fur the office of the government among them, witboutteirgiving i "' bellys lrbl' quotation, the following, couplet, as being to IiI
Register MlecBQcrats but elect and sent to -
ruined worth her
as by ,'
'of Public Land the of the colle iii a
twit :tor, (theca S not inaptly suited to his case. I
4. iu l V8 vera aicirod among other thing !kataratdoa. I Lines 08 the Death clJT. 1.Ietta.

," ,, Telegraphed for the Satimah Georgian.- being witheld.for. ",political effect.a.) vill. befoumiasfollpws. ..; ""pr-; 'tftll-%: feei lb, ter&en, ofTh ., .'" : :: Ob, may noe power the gillie gie ye, I: 2Sa.OB.

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NEW-YoKr, JULY eth- e as given weep t
t" _
: p pr
I COTTOS.-The sales of Collector Customs St. AqartfftJ,lCS3U', _,
the
/ : day amount to, d tie q rore of* iadb:: I I'am far far,above
-- 2,000 bales. Price unchanged. The fact of this def uhation',iftt.tEe Collector and.over irpeai y pcrty :,, Compare tkisJitthaL gone
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p, ; 'TOLt L \ tesfjJItMContittency A Eels afociame vet.
: 'fervid to was A. W; Walker: 'Esq.tl ; ; *: t being t orderof t e day ith blefa

The- Southern WASHINGTON' Aup. 19th.,' 'ute Whig Collector! We wiI 9)ist ice : .t> rrtorc.* feaeld;, up tathe'peopto with our Whig neighbors add we beHgdesiroos' of 1* $M'. '
member of '
',: presentatives. held a caucus'last the House of Re to Mr. Walker and state' t hat::./'ItilZoic"'' + ratio E Y" "'The, Whij "clap' trap"ca reciprocating for similar acB' towardsftheDemocracy Why wee1rOr me ear sister 8.t :'

.J pointed the following Committee night to; and report ap speech was delivered, he had poidthat T. '....,c. tr'!?'l: !'"' j 1tJt. vic..'' vand. ta,1847 for the the Legisture firsttirrva we publish the following creed fm happier far than,thee, ,.
th\Vhl ulboth Houses ol -
measures Territories for' the South regarding slavery in the even lit was not a defaulter! TheseWhigs: :; .} I!' : and articles of political Faith of our esteero-. ._. I'm d) "tww with. **my*> SJfK.t heavenly! .Father*.-*.j*
: a RO. *
I, ; i I Toombsof areup ,to any ,trick. . ';; "J ed'-visitor Got! Call f. in'order that olar- peculiarly ,And Angels fair to see.

t ... Alabama' georj( ..Chairman Hilliard;o f Let us,see note how ',the Whig! *-,kept their, .
:V Cabell. of Florida, Clin ham, of ,' Ttil for the:. Ieet- punctilious pppqnea.tI'Q&Ywhither Why weep for roc dear sisterfjt>
j ppolnted .
NQrth"C.folina' 3fr > "Harp on D ughter. ., promise. day the Governor in his
Lean them
,, I! ,of Kentucky. Hour D3 my arrives the bell speech to on Saturday My.soul it,did not die tIt .
ton bribe Legislature rings .
R Burt, cfJDelaware, Bowie, of Maryland Whigs; ; The .Marinnna Whig, Sentinel, and Jacksonville ing evening last departed from his formerpositions. was mortal( body__
of 'my
Sonth
: Carolina in vain
them "their =do
.: Howard Republican, have not yet come to any We feel'every.disposition to oblige, Then do
sippi cry.
,of Texnc why yovrso
1 I Morse,of Louisiana! Green, Johnson! oi(; rkap ear' united, conclusion as' to whether Maji: Beard rumis. ,the r.eapopae.J-t Whigs were in but unless, specifically 1 called'for, ,we cannot .
,bfMiwouriTbeniaa CAUCUSS and President were to' to th exclusion .of matter of'more dear sister Yt
of Tennessee, Sedd huzzaed' for Martain"Van Buren a Speaker affordapace( Why weep.for roe
+ of
ir.' Virginia Democrats. or Tippeca- ''
'becattcu&d for;,''Jt will be well, remembered, interest our readers) for the review of jl'minmyheavepJybpme'! .' <
: and and Tyler toojn: 1840, This is important -. the Sentinel of said referred' I
theovernor.
to
Eulogy,
X ; by
Mr. Pierce.s bill, how "rentjpartbuauP there i in attendance ; :idn1.t with Abges| clad in wHhe
; 'Texas thing the boundaries, of to our Whig opponents and hould be set-, many : were ,:Should,the Sentinel be ,unwilling 1 ,
paused the Senate yesterday by a votept: upon' tee.Legislature lap ebsm* to With radiant faces shone. .
I I .*Y"aO, nao.I tied without delay. It seems that. In order to to republish it' ivemay. do M at 'some other<<
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,. ; "', 'The NSeretnrrahfP'nf the .Interior has been aid the Wbig'cauie in West Florida it b DOe |; situatioas ora the score-tf't teal mih' to&tdk parlyhadbetntenedllil time. DODDS Ill' COAoE* -
the''kioful' TO THE EDITOR, OF! THE I FLORIDA ..
xpnuTgainst a.
, !fetKj j.lP/ Aukltc8stoaaso/, lY a* ,ctisary. to:mainlaia I lhat.the: j'was.interor i iof : CLAY COMPEiOMf3B BILL.. 1
: Biff:- f.? bYa.... ..D D nll bt *to' Mr. whc lr.w };ha4WbJg. ','a* QraD a...'; .. 1 SENTINEL-.' a zN licTE. i. .
-.' Conrad; oftottWann.r Mr. VAn'Buren, bat 'foP .Eap Florida It is : ..' StaJ-AOpaayla .. tnyotr'riq fee '

.. ; :':.. '/Tk aim iin/c prison WYorY' essential!,,-bat{ be ..houJd'afO swing Jib'ha.Htor .__.j ac .wafBToviJed, "and every situation :ceititia ;\otwY idogIUJQYb: 3ea.T t lJ.CE. The bill u it now stood, contained i ;
I was ':f3ltedwith'patr( .tacks, That "eaxcwwg'of QAe sectfons 'thd.tiKrel t* tax .bJch 'desire will trod la l
tmrried place
ter is you
It
,yesterdayTrtimph / .,. Tippvconoeand.i Ty .tan. ; not un- ; ;
': c whieh and thoi 3r altiirtil'tl4 va8teen, tQ that
the told "Aeawrs"
j Whigs us to Before your, alper.: I regret exceedingly, the remarks
likely'the. establish facts"trbat .
l.a Whht''swill I both ,
1- of Utah. ," '
: '
; election, was, notwiihstanding pledges you deemed it to make on a part bT
of Southern ttbe .rr.sor proper
:; .Rights.r orful .Predici.mib" If the ,Whig think by t tharping t this address, in a former number t e'.Sert- TheCbakstatedthathe! question themding M*. .
: THE FJRST .GUtf. OP this subjec\ they are going 'to divert -. ;>> \edtoasaeon/ncandj. ;: by which Joseph'B. ..:-.r. \ was on the motion C Mr. ,SYal&et, ..& .
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'-, ItOEtTH CAROLINA ELECTION.. public .sentiment from Whig misrule bro. Lancaster. 'g t.eltded Judge of the Southern It was not my intention over the grave of yesterday, .to strike out, aIJ.U1Q.biJI exceeti&j
{: ,, : "DJ2MOCRAT1O District of Florida., and according to the i Gen. Jackson where all American hearts hose sections J'eJ4tin&.tq.C4Ut'oIIr. ,:
MAJORITY 3JWO,!! ken pledges h .and deception, they,are much .
\ Davis moved taamQd thai th
A Whig reasoning before: election I this promotion should bay,,been united in sorrow aid gratitude : 'ledIeai1 i
1 Democratic Governor and I1)t.taken..FloridIans arc .wide awake to the tie to excite party, passions and. prejudices.I so as.\extend the western ;,boucdkrt ofOtsk I;
t. of Individual ads was done"at public expensed
V. : Xcgiilatare! .. subject. They have not forgotten the Legislation ., ... desired only, i in his funeral oration,to do justice into the limit defined .b -. Constitu&acf
: *DAVID S. Riro,Is elected Governor of North ''of the liDo WM Whle Leclsiatures. They to his virtues, and bonor.to; his memory. California as her boundaries. This wu rjectcd >
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( ..Pftln.. _..:.... "-* .L.I- : !u IL "V ** 9 which consistency Yeas'S3, Nays 14.
I That "political proscription"
:, QUW lu lr Will ua" JJemocratfc' maboth toid: I diu not deem it ;delicate, or in' any manner,
who them in I '
have not ,
>> .as.ah
,1346
forgotten
; ;
several ineffectual
.Iority in After motions to
i' branches of the State Le illature.' I Whigs .so much loath before. electiont, i proper, on that, solemn occasion, 10 connect. ndjour
curb rue tb" .inducement for them to send Whigs to the the queallon"was taken on the aroendmet OfHt.: .
glorious reaulta
with his b
of the opinions
law
; : election soon rode over the pledge of the party and to i my political ; your remark
i( in this MMe-The people have at length repudiated Legislature that"if bur txpentn'N fro; vncreeutd, ostouishment I have rendered it necessary,to, some ,eztearybat Walker to strike out all of rue bill except tilt '"
.j' of all! truth citizen .
the '
loving taCalifortiliaad .
the iciatiun of the Raliegh, Cli uc''un ; \'(as'Mainly laq need trot lie tenl :erery: year i I should now do sovI portion. relating & +
l put t their 8t rnp,of reprobation upon Gal'nhiimm will lighten the htrihtn of taxation" and after I beheaded the faithful"watch dog ofthe Treas .have deceived no man. I have ever avowed ted. YeasftMfay,33.; reJec.j'
and Fn+ Soiljsm. Henceforward : ury"'Benjamin Byrd, and N. Bemis;, .Comp myself the personal and political friend f Mr. Atchison then moved to ,
; Q
+ North Carolina my be set down as a D' moera- wards when this party got into power, the ex. troller.- General Jackson My a'tachment for him, I striking out all those, sections relating to Ct&f.

: ;' :ticl<4tatf'!. She has wheeled into line, encttftk- penscs were not only iRcaKlszb but TAZXTIOK j trust, has ever been what should have' been fornia' but it wit Delithed. Yeas, 29' Km'T' -

\ .,. efrup: her' portion: aide by side with her Demo )I as matter of course was increased! There'; It is true emigration continued, but alas for the kind friend and patron 'of mY 'early 2 9. V ,

I .. "I, .cratic, smers of the South. The struggle,has I I are many other broken promises fresh, in remembVunco. vanishing Whig lap trap," our expenses youth, and the great benefactor of my c ua- After several .ineffectoal motions' iMiJt tte ';
been long 'and Arduous but no 'party could! ('lCmJled and instead !of that "lightening the try. I did not become his,friend in the palmy 11 pOs pose the bill. :
1 .etrntl Mr. Winlbrop, baring voted in- the i
up underfaisernble mismanagement and _.- i ._r,_ burthen of taxation" with which our State was days of hut power when the world'paid trib strilteout aep.
t
.. and reckless, dishonesty of the late< Cabinet, ute to his success and greatness; when men tire on motion to all relating to ca..f.fornia
i I or 'tope to triumph with a mnnforced upon : The Anti Slavery Agitation i to be blessed in Whiggery Twain tart caw s who before opposed him, flocked to his stand exercised his privilege of[ moving tr:

; r 'them as Governor MAHI.T was added to our burthens ard their selfish and reconsideration of that vote. wa said be WIt -;
| to
M : was. The people have It will be seen of.the..doings., ii, ; Congress, promote own personal'
.' .triumphed, and Qbyf MAHLV is defeated. of which'.. that the|I At the last election Federal Whig pledges political views; but I became his friend in the opposed to all combinations of distinct and b. ;
we copious extracts
give but be in
Sufficient ardent of the first dawn manhood congruous measures; was favor ala
returns have added State and feelings ,
not been
to
vet received were Whig promises, a .
<'< '*prrfnCT>1bill or Clay's Compromise has been fair, and distinct, vote on each tad
,tq. t ? any sort p( exactness, but defeated in the Senate,our I wo Senators' ones current uncertainty and desperation of his fortunes, every measure. The motion to recuas&r
; we jhink that
.' ...nrii not'far from 'Ihemark ?n placing it athree we Democrat.And the other a Whig assisting withtheir contributed to the siren song once more vibrated No man saw more, of him in the field than prevailed. Yeas, 33; Nays,23.
thousand. Ii i to and I will dote." I did. From the commencement of the After several more unsuccessful met_i>
is more likely! ,to exceed this than i votes and energies.to give to so unjust d "Singmen, thyself campaign
Mr. Clemens moved that the ail k'
Fall below it. Tho, Fresh in the memory of citizen is the of 1813, until he retired from the adjourn
in the
majority Letisla Southern I every
'ture will be small not more surrender of rights a quietus It army of the United States, I shared his toils postponed until the first Monday in Deeetster
U : ; perhDp+,than four intro I utter klessness of the last .Legislature next. This was rejected. Yea, 4S,Nays._'
will seen aWeral
to each House; enough however. be that ; J measures are and privations on almost every nvxroh and
to '
; the mi efftble! squah lea about the prevent ducrdand'pentling'"befbrp.: .the- Senate, which overwhelmingly whig in both branches his, dangers on almost every battle-Ilt. I J.I enjoy. The question then again recurred Gal'i '111
lion 'wbich organize and ioa" made its clean ed his confidence and his friendship I motion of Mr. Atchinson to strikes out itthar
io much "cstucutnag proscrr spent
,, delayed the business. of will probably result in rhV*stablishtng Territorial
; last portion of the bill relating to CaUfcrftk
i the I work and Democrat from office many of mv nippiest days and years, nn inmate |
f I governments for Utah an| Now )Mexico swept every of the Hermitage.No and it was again carried, by a vote (;Xeoi.14,4
There is one thing whicl1.and 1 this election has including Marianne D. Pnpy, the clerk of the 05.
J "befnonetrfted and the division ot Califuratawith'Territorial I one then need be surprised, that I should Nays, ,
l all ,that -is' that North Carolina for the Southern portion thereof' Court save anti whose persona! favorably impressed with the political meat- Yeas-Messrs. Atchison, Badger, &Id '
I tsar; Mon* been( Democratic. without TcnowIS government, I3dreprngth Y Barn well Bell.Bento... .
.1 : ButicrCUr
Bevien
,sufficed to sate hiny-"teljlsh_and vreiof Gen. Jackson. I was opposed to the
!
ii ItlwUl and i ,
( be tho nrnairt Into the Union
iV. found that Mr. MART'S Kdmlttini$ e7. asa : Clemens of Mass.
1)avil" of J1'!
I vote sB '. -.I believe ; Duviss
I r '. rcchartcr of the United Srnt QI :
u' led thin
Jw terraced. jtzrtii c ucu -
) ,
not falls State. : every ;
i\ 'aa 2f anything below Ws V In the House of Representatives there were abuses in its management which I Dawson Uowiu, Ewing, Foots, Greens, Ht

t .,1Ir. ?n'Jnre ago r anything very little. since the death of,,Gen.Taylor; it is stated the sprung from caucus. Party Judges, were nominated required correction, and forbid its continuance 'ter, King.: Mangurn. baron, Morton, Je&Mf,,"'

t J i comes from the acrnnaed! vol.'n a great measure ClaY Compromise has more friends and that .in caucus', and nothing but,'uncontrolable cs a corporation.' But this ia by no means inconsistent f Phelps Pratt, Ruxk,Sebastian, Suward,Smiiki
I J Dem *rl\ts, who have all along have. >(jult;, 'Turnev,Upaun, Win.hrop.and Yulrt
'I circumstances prevented party machinery with the position J mainlined!
l ?Le q under the impression that the State, when the shuts Territorial. bill from the Senate I '
was and before the public. I aan not insensible to the --3', '
retrl rewarding partizans carrying out
J ; ,'tyns \'QhI1Vhi"; and consequently, thnt it "'bich.i', I I1'thnt is now left of the Compromise i'i"from i advantages and importance of a National | Nays-4f>isFsr: Bradbury, Brigl l:% Caa

j! 'found no use for them 10'votc- They have pow bill ,reaches. .the''Housi: efforts will bematiclo "* thorough" work. Fellow citizens' we are Bank, capable: of furnishing a currency oq Chase; irCooper( D.'iytfcn.Di'ctsnscupodpof
out i.hPLr mistake, and their. 'strength,' Of i called to elect another Legislaturewill Wisconsin Dudge,of Iowa Douglas,ftc!
r acid it will. amend u by .restoring the California I. now upon uniform value throughout the United States; ; ?:
I l their own fatilt l it we be again de. for will further Hale, Hamlin, Houston Jones,. Miller Nor-
} o Teated and New Mexico sections, thus, we will have a you act yourselves of you and believing, as I do, that such an institutionmay ,
f l ** I trust Whiggery 1 I constitutionally be erected, with proper rilbields': tipruince.: Sturgeon; Uudcrwuo,
: We have no wish ro triumph over our polity :jet vote ofJhe House on the celebrated Com guards and restrictions, to prevent abuses I "'alesValkcr! and Whitcomb. 25.

'cjdent enl op f9yta' onto aggravate the cba K rip) promise] bill. Mr. Cabell will then have an.opportunity ,( :3* Whig Deceney.d:0 am in.,favoiof such an institution.On The,bill., as it was now ..Jeft., 'contained no

I by undue' xultation over)hem.' '. of voting, and we shall hnve his the subject of the Tariff': I think ,such thing but, seventeen .scctfona relating to the
Vet we cannot but :<. .In tho last Jacksonville Republican! will I Territoral of Utah.
'J0'06 Oft;- the!: glontuls 'own : he U for duties only shout-1, \ be levied es are necessary government
Victory which' J>cratic-princilel:'" have- i ,-* expression ns tQjhet.her. now or : be founda, communication signed! Jesse ,Dim defray the expenses of an economical administration I Mr. Douglas moved !o make the. soothers'
ZlchiivPd in North against the rights of the SouthKT ;,/ V of Utafi the 37th .
CnroliiJR. boundary parallel. .
,
"" nrtha first time craticus: dated, at "Mullet cove" a portion of of the Government,discriminatnsr! ,
sore 1836 bu the'vntH of _' 3Ir.- Dawson hoped the'-Senate 'wouldM-!
the State
been viawrlolhe
cast however with a.special protection J
.f.fI .ftJ ;bra Democrat and th4t.,to ,not in a trifling ororla.nl.utru ( Whig Promises ? nIt l which to say the least of il,- is 'remar; ably of the labor o(our own country,'but in such a''fount ,and talk over the matter for''hc tits'.

V. Ie' orb default| of the i'complimentary to St. Augustine and the Minorcan manner as not produce a'prohibition of foreign : sure that asuccessfl effort might yet Lc made \

,V Whig pliny; but in an actrreand fiercely con- wilt be borne in mind that the two tat1.eRisiatures t I ?, who are specifically. selected, and articles., furthc'goodol'country. ,- IMr.
%led canvas, which' "his .i of Florida have been in I ... iienton mad some sarcastic jemarfa
; : brought out the. Whip- addressed in the following! language : lain a democrat, such,, as democritsere:
'Ju f&e&t& vote ever 'c'lslin the Ntat* It will be both sessions the'Whigs having' a large majority : I. "No brother Minorcans, we will stick to our under the dmini tJation of Mr. 'Madison;' butI on the emasculated condidion of' the: bill,and
N found that )fr. REm I. said that of kindness he would for
has received of the heresies of modern out vote
more votes I I have adopted none -
to
than Liver in both Houses. Previous that time the light canoes. ,Let mullets .be our meat an
<" previously been given for candi- ,democracy especially those of Florida. the last plank which had.been left.
;
any done nnd I ;
dale for .office Democrats were jn power all sorts of misrepresentations I ttoof; and, snYinQ.xell 'ye'ood Mr. Davis of i moved to amend
any It faith I ,
will also be foupd by faithful will of plorious I am no repudiator of the public ; am ho Missivip'pi'
i a
'we
guides, accept
:. i, (1848 comparing w' 5fr. MAKLY'S votes this year and in were ma e' by our opponents .barbecue in full .of all our poverty and hunter I disorganize/the'moral formation oCsocietj; the ,airiendmenl :of,Mr. bouglas*, bx:striltirq: (

"M the vote cast far former' Governors during the canva tand the. most en'icing hopes though even there tho Grrad-should\. fail. I am no believer in the doctrine that the ,baptism out the 37th degree and inserstiug 36 30.
that
i 1 Mr. MARLY\ ; has polled the full vote of hi* and'promises held.out to the people to induce The darkies have their. rights, ".**o, have theirmasters of this newly revealed democracy This Mr. Douglas accepted? and the quet

it I party t tern given; more for indeed than had ever previously a ch nae. As a specimen l thereof we give tho I -we'll hunt for ours.-" ileguily we'll 1 deem.from. all moral "nnd political sin, and lion being,taken* it was rt-jecleU-Yeas 24
r V any! C bernatorial candidate: that by itt inspiration men without'qualification Nays 37 Mr. Douglas then renewed ,his tno
; I j I It t would be follyfur the Whig press to attempt t following. taken from the Sentinel of bib May, sing-"Bladc'spiriti'aid white are.,fitted to fill any office within the .gift :ion.oPQlliog tho line,.of, 37, and u WI1f

to ,deny it. The Dcriincrats'have met theirShS 1846 the l leading Whig journal in the State. Mingle, mingle, mingle of the people. I nm not in favor'' of the banding ,agreed to. '

) in a fair stand tight and have' After reviewing the organization of abe Mingle while you may, together,ofpartaansfunderany name or creed Mr. Husk'moved to lay the bill on the table.

"I. Mr', MAIL.'S m horse font and Dragoons, spite of :state Government,.anc1 the acts of the several' ''l numbers make glorious barbecue. to devide amone themselves the spoil of conquest but the motion was lost-:Yeas.20, Nays 29,
free basis hobhy- Of the many acquired by any means to attain the end. The bill in Us dwarfed state wu then ordered
J>e1ocralic Democratic Legislatures in view of the then Why speak of that: portion of 'our citizens
,
triumphs which have been achier ,These are the excrescences of democracy= ; I to engrossed' fora third reading tyt
w SIJCB! the accession of Gen. TAYLOR to the approaching election in an affectionate appeal j who have always been considered industrious they are leprosis on the body poIiUc'ari4 must vote ot'Yeas 32, Nays 18. Ain very fate i loll

Presidency, this is the'most ploriout and dec|-- to the people the Sentinel. says : and respectable members: of this commu*' in time produce the most fatal consequences a rootioq to adjourn was then' carried. lotii

: 1 ivtIf the 'Je ocrats'areo I1.\ruo to themselves "Let them send men of intelligence and pa- t Wily u,*M/inorcan1" Does "Jesse Democrat to the honor and:prosperity thaBtatea' and was. given of a caucus of the friends; of*
they will elect a majority of the telega- triotl' Dot \ the good order nna good morals of society.: origualmeasure,'and jtt iipossiblti that to&'
(II mm party tack -to the Legis a- icus" write from "Mullet Cove" and use the
j !t. !ion' In Copgness, It the Cons &serial election ture. Let them bewpre of iquciit conventioning I, These,)fro ;Ediior are mrpohtacal opinions; thing may yet be done'to resusitate i it, altka (
in August ftet.-.Wilmint''l Jour nf epithet'Minorcanf to insinuate discredit upon I As manacles of no.F .nor wQl f adopt, there V
.. ; ._ l' and all the b.1 .whit D : wear *Ppeu* very; little ground for sttreHQUSz
cant sryces '
.. T ,' selfish and Interested partisans seelT to the respet ioilify oTlhe Minorcanpopu la't newt of any, incontittent wtit"fejr 'gam' Ueo offl'tmf .u .. ,. ,,,............ .:.,, ..,r't" ....

r "'' ." ,-.,,,. .uCoantyv<< : mote'he, +r i-U.W...& .... .. ......',..!.blMpense. pro-'f= ,&Adho jbarbe vet Thoafr whom j o dcnomif} jtty *' or 8EP1 E8 NTATIVIS. J,

j". ,The Democrats have nominated b1a or',...-.. The administration! ( pf, the govern notes Mvnotcan are citizens of the United. I am. sir. ;very respectfully, yooroVtsenrtB. In the House, after the reference; of a .\

t 'G. ,Johnson, Candidate for the Senate, and.'r mint for a party, will, trait,mpre than one for:tl( States and are as much entitled. to'respectability .' K, CALL.. r" of business fom'the Et-saw,the Fort '
I 1 John G..',Smith for the House. the People. It is a woful expense to provide I To Josxra CLrsstrldItor -&e ball 11. *1* taken! Pia' CommSlwrflTFhoIe.
writer of that fcl le. .. "
:. .. ': 'pay ana place, for ovary rank partisan who !I as ,the learned art Why August 1845, The totaL amount approrpriaitl:
J I |1 Col a CODnt,. lays claims to them on the score. of the zeal 1 t signstitefrorn thosewho joined the barbecue mmm __ ____ t'' the bill 11 amQI) !

J I ."" ,1 CoJ." Robert Brown for th;Senate, and.l OCt. with which be has served :his party-and not i j ; those whom Jesse" would term Minor DEMOCRATIC BANK The question ading.was oaroabn cllr.t.

+ James 8. JntRnd John W, Jones, for the only this, it is a losing business to the people,, cans Y It there 'toss any mingling with "dorH ,- Vouft-Mother Earth.. Geddingsto Itrikie out the item of fli

Hou *,sreohthe Dcinocratic Ticket. if incompetent officers are employed, and fit "all in attendance Exchanges-Tho transplantings of the nut' for defensive. works and barracks near &&

'I I .* : -. Lebo Coon ,. ) persons, rejected; simply because' they do 0 rand are equally culpable, eery and gardens.DrpoaitaHaPpiaea. A debate folio jrcdja, which each .plow

ies have do not belong to 'the party. We hazard nothing among,them were patives of other Status. ; sobriety and manly was, restrie "fI1 fin minutes, whaa wit:
;j ffml nominated for the HouseUemrn. in sayinc that i if the tame system of >rWe[ have arrived at a singular crisis when Indep ndance.. V caning to'1. coadutioo, the Cosrn\ .dMoI::

Richard A. Shine, Win. M. Maxwell, cal 'pmtcription it continual, with whir|the the Democrats. cannot. bold ,a Barbecue or Atstts;SmiVinf fields. waving vitji; a good ..:........-... : .

B: F. Allen, Esq. and Bembry. There i is State has commenced her existence, the government :. '. wilhmingliag harfest fT'.j.LitJ6ilili From: calculation made this rnoraiar iL
will be found most unprofitable cx-.meeting ,without being charged by Whigs Indebted to God aloha who sends is understood that there &t'r-t.
.. ho elcctipn} for Senator in Leon this year:, (De- with 'dorlne. .... '; would be !
I to the of the : the sunshine 'and'theiain. in
ten
mocrati'd pen.iveand unacceptable mass:: majority1 favor of the Compress*If
1. I Maxwell; -baY nl ;e elected to, fill 1 people. With:them,however, is the remedy; 'I Whigs hold their Barbecnes, and wet' presume JKndbid Health, wealth .;and,hbnest 'patriotic whereas it was well known that .WM ''*

1! tlirt vacancy last year). Messrs Shine and W. Let them.steadily discountenance; ] attempts have their egroes. for' servants no Democrat hearts. death of Gen. Tay Iqr there was a clear t8j J*;.

1 >1 J. Maxwell woro in the last Legislature. air. to dragoon public, opinion by party ..j oftwentreeight aniuw it. It is'reafilaw',
j. Alien. is i the individual who edited the Sentinel ary-and the, political clap-traps 'b maCb1D-1 would stoop to charge them with mingling The.farmer's creed.-We' believe in small derftol ,boys circumstances will! socoew ek

i a; .last yiar' in the absence of Afr. Clisby. the few seek to control the many. with "lt tiu'" on that account. These intuit farms and thorough cultivation. feiamaa's'oP'ini But there were. ,

\ I exercise their OWl judgment in'the selection of are no new thing-David Levy was once We believe I in large 'crops, which'.leave the! members 'w O1ad'notlilng: } to hope fad.

I .' \r :T .8JJ. public officers.and. we doubt.not) the State will charged with being a" ,igpr." land better than:they found it. .General! Taylor; who' now have lhIr
l Aar
prosper. Emigration is daily 'increasing our We believe in going to the bottom of things eyes suddenlyopened to the ezped .A
I:Mr..P.earce.** bill settle theboundary of Texas numbers, and if our expenses-, be net iacreu- This writer,by'the by, has.1 more poetry and therefore deep plobghing. retracing their. top*., :'

V has' passed 'the &ritrbi. Ayes 30, Nays,20. ed, (as certainly they need not be at present,) attach ed to ccmmuinations, but he made an We believe that the best fertiliser of the soil l I Wismxos'ctr ; s- '

i I This difficulty Ii in a fair way of being settled! nay yearvUl lighten.> flit, ,burthen of taztlt tm.". unfortunate blunder in departing from his text is the spirit industry, enterprise and late 1- The' Com- tom!. bUt b iDf Auf now "

The charm of the "&nfinel" had its effect{ In order that onr'readera may see its aptnen igence, without which toll! lime mart, ;plaster, .soon Mtb9.tfenate _,Mr., Douglas .
: without -Ihe intervention. 'of the and
V' : V f I, i. '1, \avy.' I '. : f.1 Army. and'altho. not as'thorough. as the Whigs would to his production- we, here. publish, it. I-iV.bones,Y.aad: green manures will be of little.use. ,take.up into the bill for the admmion bf<,

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i4.JQt..; latefeourtfa J ;'* bniValpJald. ode'until" tomor- rod but the bcur. being. .late a''molten. .adjournIwns K7 New.J'ark Mw discharging, we offrr in addi aMAAtrasaO Tzarau.ixoz (
..d ,.. 'b ;,but 'row. '" i C rrird.'' '- |u.a to recent arrivals a choice sad well Mleetrd lot films or G...W. rurux, Dzcn. )
..15 ,lbCl, I .. a. A.taba..IutJ:: The' craas ul&led Compromise bill was takenpptmidttrriuct In.the House the first business. w.a-J s?motion ofuroceiiesProviaions, and Shelf.goods usually kept Probate Office St. John County,

-std .other atbJct I II. it I .It i ;:.Jaughter, aod.tho title. being b1l1r. RobersofHo to suspend the rulefto raft.,',inoy aub Wbmentco" Dcia'pan choke j Butter, Saturday 18th. Hay 185U.
t I.. p UJfPM We dne.the bids b1 paYee I altered so ts.to.lead"A, providing! a,terriOfm We him to introduce a uuw bill' providing fur& Leaf Lard Crockery;Hams Bacon; Mess fork;Fu!. SARAH P. ANDERSON, having this day, as ,
.. tsaatakentlpranddfet'tbe e, I. gorernrccnt for Utah,"' war read a third the admission of California. Ajfcr a guod deal too Market Beef dried beef.Mackerel Codfialt. Her Guardian.RositrsL. Putf ALL,
r ofaiaetioa by Hn Attklion. toetdK 'n\.1t.ib I time aH4 passed.\' ,nxrtiori to adjoara was then of noisy'talk about,the precise meaning of certain ria,. Flour'l4 barrels for Family e, Exti*, 'canal and Ainxn PxarALL, presented h-r 'accounts,for ; [}
, fJI/r for..moeday.if was decided, that I carri ed. : rules, the motion to suspend' was lost-' Floor corn.Hay,Oats band Rio cofiee. 'Teas Syr- settlement and allowance and it appearing, that she },
a ,.. t bill tboeld be Reid"forth:with HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. Yeas 111.Nays OT. apt : t.crush&iftr, N 0 ditto,Loaf and Lump hath not; (aa is by law required) given notice,of her p
r iheo oraeod,tho bill Mr. Sugar. Raisins Almons Dates assorted Preserves intention to prevent the aame-It Ordered, that all ,j
raored w lo.the '
.,Kr. Bottftatt House a bill was :reported, by The Post Office Appr priatlon.bill.was then
in wise rested 'in the Estate bf the
Pfteed/jed.Apple*,'Vennacilier Macaroni, cigar persona any intt '
-i
to it an addition&i action puorid Bennett, from the Agricultural Committee, proidinjrforthsextablkhmentofkn taken in Committee the Whole.
at
up
said Rosalie
'If Myers's Tobacco. L. JVrpall. Alfred O. i
I' .11 i 1 Kentucky Leaf eerrou Cuba Tobaccb and Perpall; having ,
-. "' ::.t tertI.tb Agricultural' .Mr,Campbell, of Ohio, took the floor, and ,aiticlei' "iow"beiDa opened and warranted.B. objrcuons to mai'e to the allowance of the sajd guardians 5 JI
.: with pri" i i tots r il'otc. Bureau, m connection. with'the:Department of without verting,in the least to the merits of 1 !5 :. E CARR- account; have notice to appear and State the .

f T x .1M1ed ametitl". y p.ruing Cot the. Interior the bill, replied a speech,of Mr.Old*,'("col.! _' uin O-bdare this Court;on or before the SSj.lh. day,of t'f
I .-.Woa +ot C troml& by jitHino f U 10, Mf White made an Ineffectual motion' to large,involving the U..S. Bank and the Wilmut CARD. July next, at IU o'clock in the forenoon. It is fUrI.
torraation'of a new Territory ,ta be ntroduce resolution for.the, Mr. Gxox3i I* Paritrw. having resigned his the ordered the afforded
: tile a providing appointment proviso. This led to a spirited usage-aferms to end,that such notice be ;
e4 boy Tail Is hb amendment offer- of a Committee Twentjr-ooe, tote between the two centlemen, who mnnj j'. to Cowmiseioa' as a miceofihe Peace for St. Johns ,tha a certified copy of this order be published in the ,
.I ed toiW COM ptom se bilk Alter a speech purpose reporting measures for Allayingthe keep the Committee in a constant roar of laughter. County will his for the future attend to the duties app r- Aneitnt Ciif" News Paper fur eight weeks eonecutively !
from fcto la support of lib motion,Ur. D&wson preantelCitmen of the country. I ins taming out to of all office of Notary Public and to the draw and that cu ire of die aanw be p4Mted "P.OD. I

f toll ffed loot .84 plated that although ha had .I Mr. Stanton, from the Naval Committee, towhich A discussion then arose between 'Messrs. ofhim.writ iDes. and papers that may be required the outer door of the Court House sod at some other 1 '

I'', r." wittof rote for the fcdmi&sloa of Call'fcreia bad been referred the memorial of the Phelps Crowell and Green, as IP whether the tit Augustine.July 13th. 1850. 4t. public place,in the County,for the same period vf time. ; 'tJ 1
M a part of the general .steal'oCom- Memphis Cuarention on that subject, reported Post Office Department'ha. ever paid its expenses G. HUMPHREY, Judge of Probate. 1 t

. 'W_Se;yi.Jbat having been rejected1 he must a bill providing for surreys ot the several pro- for buildings etc. This led to a debate Q.IX months.t" after Notice.date IlhaU' Probate A true Office copy of of St.the Johns original County.order on- .leeorJ.. la lie 1 JJ
Mntetiottand her )osed.:routes.for rail road from the ralley of relative which present my ae- i
0 ! I .. the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean. rose. Esate of William Gibbons deceased to the HOD. St. Augustine,JUay 25 few ; ,
1 .I.' ''ifr.'Clay followed,and with much bitterness Mr. Stanton, from'the same Committee,alsoreported Jade of Probate of Alaehna County, for .a final -
r. ,"ttkttaeW to the ..amendment .offered by Mr. :a bill for the establishment of a linoofwar etc DOCTOR.-A Doctor in.Ohio writes to sett r.nent.f aid Estate, and shall at the same time. Orange County Tax Collec. P.

,} '11I1\Ai. ypeterday f to Ute Compromiso. Bill, and teamacf to Africa, for the suppressionof his father as follows: "Dear daddy, I eonclew-, app v (or. Letters of Dismission as such Admlnistratio. tor's Sale.BJ fl;
1JII"+ lie ,eootended was tho'immedlatt cause the slave trade and the promotion of commerce ded Ide cum down and git grinded into a or which all persons interested, in Mid E ute virtue of the power vested in me by b w,.
I a V ( of Alt. msasurc.: He'then said be ; and clrilization. It ..was read twice, Doctur. I hardly don't think I was in inore w take notice.* shall'expose for sale before tier' Court H M** 't

lltla\'OC'or"&cm"lort'orCatirCro1a( and referred'' to a Committed"of the Whole. than 3 ours. afore out I cum as slick a wiin as. ANN JOHNS, Administratrix, at MeUonvillr in the county of- Orahotr the first

.rae_. :He nest kllnded to The bill proridea for three steam-ships to 'be ever was seen. Per T.L Pszvitr. Agent. Monday of .September next,the4blk irto'described i
:,.1'. auoeft 'WSMV |a4aa tljat'tbc 1 Stales run between the United States and .U>4 coast Hale coluraby l :happiJaad,. -- Newaansville_,Fla.June 3d.1850.Paofc&trOrrics. property,or*> much thereof aawiU.rtM.irate and
'aIII1tll laO pfA*i CQCkftiip+ ipbapoSleaa than, 4000 IflalntaDofcur.riVbeha ( ;>: .0 : \. ?,."S fix! Covn .: 1 covaty tax due thereon for the year 1849 and tl r necessary

: .'ii;=t .be'stteaYdezlanQRi t "m.,U cott Rot to exceed $900,000 1 pukes purges,'aiv is wets eat, .._ <* ". : .* : '. 13th .IBM. S .expenses tnelden'tbtietotawit, : 3000 seresT
o. 40 be !geld, be must"de Th pontractor are, nmcnf other :tmngsr, Then if tha.di. wMh(Jn,I leti m.rt foU e" of 1818.hnd granted tHe jto Paul Dupon on the, 14th of May

-: ..dJA.\M't1t. that Nrcak and feeble required' to stipulate to carry;on each and I gets pleata of cujtoffi, because ,they says' E'secatotl who have Administrators,Guardians lid'otbers. Hirer .by Johns, Spanish at a place government known as, situated Spring on Garden the
failed
. ,lie .P rfF ulc.oppQIIJ all resistance o! the every royagetbfy ,may make, a certain number they doze eezy. When you rite, don't'forgit acco the to file in this office the annual ,bounded northwardly by lands of the ,instate o

/' ...Wlt.! r, utbontles, of the Govemraeat! of free negroes not exceeding 86000 ne* to put Doctur, afore my name" that unless required the same by, are'presented Statute; are without hereby notified further William..Williams. Eaatwardly by vacant pine lands r
front ft Btato or by pottloQoCpc. groes for each voyage, aa the American Cololization -
any lands
the southwardly by of.John B. Guidry,and westwardly -
unnecessary delay, provisions of the law;
,
.a.&Mat= Society may send., The said Society 2SABBIBD, defaulters. in such matters, will be rigidly enforced against ,by the river St.Johns, which said lands were ;
, tppUuse here followed from the 'gal : ta pay inadrance.$10 for each'ems ran over On the 1.Sfh.IQ.t. 'by the Her. Mr. Obriel O. HUMPHREYS. of Probate. confirmed to said .Paul, Dupon by .the Superior Court
t, r..1eneI. .i'rVp tU Chair said.if such a vii twelve years of age,and 05 for' each one under March'!S. of East Florida or the IStL May, 1832.
Mr JOBS to Miss,, TRTODOSU LxoXAIDT
.t. the -AIDMUjr. I VIRGIL R DUPOMT Tax Collector and
; ii oiatiea of eeorotik were repeated, galleries thatage. ,
**':**. _*_L ft'T both of this 1\\Totlce hereby' &1eD-Lhat au tnoutn* 111.- Feb 23, 1e50.
1IIouItI.. na; .' The report alludes to the fact that on the city.- Areestlor o.r.
1. date
. '. .(,Wf.bsr said ho,desired to .say nothing Jilt March, 1846 the total effective steam of St.Johns we Qranty'will present, for seulement to the Judge and of Probate Tax.Collector's, Sale.By --
allowance
the ,Chair but at; the of Great.Britalowu: i 160-vessels of,all ,MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. I
.p,,>ka 4flstthfl decision, of ; nary our accounts A Executor's the Last Will and I virtue of the power vested in; tne by law I
I vi '.''he'fett proud that the sentimentstrait classes that of France 64; that 61' Russia, Due Mendayi and Thursdays by 12 M. Testament of Mary Keyes. deceased, arid as Testa hall expose (or. sale before the Court liousaat -
I
.! etp. .bjr;.r, Clay had been. .,"thus ap-' .ithOutie Cupid fleet 12; while the steam Clone do do at 1 Po' M. mentary. Guardian of her children and further notice Mellonville in the county of Orange, on the first
I"Ie. nary of the United States could boast of but I is hereby given that we will at 'thec same,time apply Monday of September next, the following described

.a t Ixt; Clar then resumed his remarks land six small vessels I and one In process ct build, OFFICE CO. COMMISSIONERS, / .to the said Judge for our final discharge,as such Ex property or so much thereof aa will pay the state and
"
'
f cda dfBied Upright bflbji people of Wny lag,and one,of these was for harbor defence, Sr. Joan t'ooKtr, > ecutor's and GuardiansFousrfero / county tax ,thereon fur the year '1349. and the necessary

}"p i tJKale Co let 91,defiance the authority the : and another steam tug. 4Since t .that time, 16th,August, 1850. ) THAT Exec. and Test'ry Guardian. expenses incident thereto to, wit : 300U
: \ .f,
,'Ibae be alluded to the Insurrections which Ing.of four war steamers, and for,the estab.ish- above reward will be branch informa By G. N. Parr Agent. John Gaudry.on the 8th October 18l'',situated

) :," lad taken place in thetlmo of Washington in ment of several lines. of steamships engagedin THE aa may lead to" the discovery paid and tonne- St. Augustine April 6 1850.. on the St.Johns River at a place called Spring Gsr-

Pennsylvania, and'remarked'that on the ape carrying the mails consisting of seventeen tion of the individual individuals who recently broke i ,r Notice.Six den in the county of Orange and bounded by I the original
of ihe forces of the United States the in. large vessels suitable tor war and of from survey thereof, u' follows : Bounded on the
the Sebastian
. proch purposes and removed portions railing the St. Months after'date: I shall present my account north by lands of Paul Dnpon on the east by vacant
. .1'(18"tied, e* traitors and dUupIonbts 8,1'1- at all,times liable to be taken for .I the public Bridge. A destruction of public property and vouchers as Administratrix of the estate of .pine lands, on the south ,by lands. of the late, Barto-

, ways would do. service. so entirely wanton as that in question, is believed Charles w. McMala;deceased to the Judge of Pro.* iome Castio y Form and on' the west by river St.
.1 Mr. Beam explained that in moYlol.'b\a. After the reception of numerous reports oi have been merits the severest reprehension,and. it Is bate of, Alaehna County for a final settlement of said Johns, surveyed by Robe McHuJrOA the Uth Dec.
'= 'fsKB&aeat,yesterday, be bad dune U with a private and local bills from Committees, the therefore hoped that all good citizens will as far as maybe estate and shall at the same time apply for letters.of 1817. '
view or getting rU bf the obnoxious amend. Fortification bill was again taken up in. Cum afford their aid to bring the offenders to justice. dismission; aa such Administratrix of which all persons VIRGIL R.' DUPONT, Tax-Collectorand

; meat of Mr. D' .if by to d .log the bill had mittee of the Whole. debate several hours By.order of the Board of Co. Commissioners.P. interested in said estate will take notice.. Feb 23. IBM: 'Atsoor,* c.

'. been defeated be vats willing to bear the respossibility. took place, each member being restricted to C.ZYLSTRA.Clerlc, MARY McMAIN. _

'' He bad been in favor of the bill,l five minutes,hfter( .which, the,bill was reported Board of County Commissioners. ,. .AdmiDIs, .. Tax Collector's Sale.
but ought to be recollected that the measurer I withoutumennment. ." NOTICE. June 1st. 1850.e B'Tirtue of the:power' vested in ,me'by:law, I

yesterday wasnot the same at It had been a Mr. Kaufman then mayed to I lay the bill on Tllh monthly Democratic meeting, which was to prohibit the tiring of Guns shall expose for sale before the Court House1 at
\ fewdoys before. After further remark in de. the table but pending this mo1 cn. & tna.cn- JL postponed account of the barbecue ; will be A.-.Or.IDa.ce dquiba. .Crackers and other MrllooviUe in the eoonty of Orange; on the first Mon.

r+ fence ot his amendment he said that the ger was received from the Senate bearing the held this evening at the usual hour place. A general combustible and Infiamable Instruments and Ataterials day of September next the following dercnbd property

'. Senators from Texas when they found they defunct Co.nproiniv bill ned announcingthat and punctual attendance) I.desired as business within the limits of the city of St. Augustine.' ,or so much thereof aa will pay the state and

( could not get exactly what they wanted had the Scuato !>.i.l: passed it with: iiiu title of of importance will be submitted for consideration. &e. 1. B.ii ordtintd ty tAt MSJOT sad.Aldtrsten county tax doe thereon for the year'1849,and the necessary

i; turned round and opposed the bill. As for a bill to establish a Terntorinl tov:>rnincjut CHARLES HAACER Secretary. a/ ill tfff"of St-AtigKitiAi fo CoutcH Atttmhltd. expenses incident thereto to wit i 100 acre
Ft. Augustine 10th, August, 1850. That from and after the of this of land assessed to M. S. Williams near New Smyr K
Ordih- !
the .
the loss of the bill, he contended that for Utah. It was received nmtds an earth "" passage the side of
Cheese, Butter, dec sauce, U shall not be lawful for ,any person or na,on west Gaburdy'a Canal. ,',
amendment of Mr. Dawson was the remote quake shout of J laughter, amidst which a mo persons .
turn to adjourn was carried.3Ey:1TF Q moked Tongues Goshen Cheese,Butler Crackers to.discharge or fire"ff any gun or guns, or other Also 100 acres assessed to the same on the Eastside :
CUU8C.Mr. Dnwson'samendment &'. Dried Beef Fulton! market Beef, Mackerel,, fire arms within the Chartered Limits of said city;' of the Hillaborongh river near New Smyrna.
Ruck spoke in defence of Mr. Aug. 3. Choice Butter, Leaf Lard, Hams' Bacon, Scotch and any person or person violating tho provisions of VIRGIL R. DUi'OXT.Ta Collector sad .

aud declared be would resist:the A number. of miwllaricousWtterhaving: 'la, and,Porter.in qta and ptaCongress IVate;.|*iek ttaaotc ;::sate subjected; ".W ,* Ue .fFiTedollartt Mareh2,1850.. -x 4 _,Aaseaaur.. 0, c. '
'r. 6 terntortef gsverttrtrient been ot the bill tor the admission of .
elabUstim ( nny disposed lea, Preserves, Confectionary' Choice tJjeen and ,to be iteomedbefore the Mayor. .
over a portion ofT %uo' The responsibility of Califuanm ins a ,State. was taken up. ThequestionNvaVon'the Black Tea Java and Rio Coffee. Raisins, Citron; Ste,3. Bt''itfurOtr'frdaixtd ky tU\autftriti eforesail Tax Collector' .'
tint act he was willing to meet,'either id the motion of Mr. Doujrlass Almonds, Choice Principee Cigars, Salt, Shot and if any;person or persons shall within ,B'Tinae of the power vested in m* by law. I

I ;i cute Chamber or in the battle field.I! insert nn additional section providing that.Cali.f j. Powder.. the aaJ4caajrttrd limit firi, dischaqrej.or ,lat,off any expose: for sale before the >\ Court .
t ,A discussion then arose between Messrs; ,rnia shall never luturferu with tha primary / B'' E. CAT?R. ,: sqnlb Cio ,combustible ,or InflyrriiMT .House door in the city of 8r.'Aapattar 'on' 'die first '

.t J CL,y,,Butler and Foote, on the right. of States. disppsition pf live: soil &-c. This Mr. Foote had 1 O.'JC.t- matters,'scwh perm or perrons shall besubjtst; to .a :Monday, in 'October,next, th.'foUowfaff described

, to secede fro'n tho Uiiiou.i moved to amend by dividing thu Stttte by the To Claimant of Bounty, Land;;: llge of RTe.ttettlrit to N"OTtridbtotl\h' Mayor .property,or so modi thereof aa will payithe' Sute
9 'M 4t1r. Battler said be was. n* solemnly a- lineot., 36 3Q the new Territory to Lc called RE UNDERSIGNED proposes to btal"Varlantsfor Sxs. 3. Bi ir/KrtJUi-anf.iJMd bf,(JU wrJUrity and County tax dae thereon for the year !. and
the
! this Urns a Colorxdo. lands-for fJ rNfl.trbC'i;iy MiiSr I 'vtolstt.the prori- : necessary expenses Inddint thereto vix: Eight
Ward tllat we are at Heading upon. \ all claimants' "'howill I hundred toad
of .
I .. inost'ienrful bi lory afieud of U"; we were infactmaking Mr. Bcrrien spoke with much earnestness be entitled thereto under th? Act blow: ; be, alone cf this Ordia4oeethe Fiats herelh,fajpos-*shall acts, a*DODreGd'lueituted supposed tobelong"in the county to RoUrtTowland oSt.
'1 for the abe rnostcventYul ncain:t admission of California and stated when the be' ftConM or the parent or guardian ofUJId minor.
country samoshallhave -
tore a'
up Congress : pased 8n. 4. M* itfxrtl/ftrdtintd.' ff start Ions,State of Florida.:bring the tame Piece of
r l materiuls of her history; but the SenateS what he course of Georgia would be in. *'case and become a law, for the Moderate'sun.6f: halljTioUu/th 'prorisions ctthls 'Ordiasnee any, tBir lead thatwus1EOlied fa Mary M. Daahim as Liz

would bear him witness .that.iti Any remarks.: the ndrniwiori thould take place. FIVE DOLLARS for c cb\V3.; rantolJ. fines herein imposed shall ber corered'of the 'maitU ihattfof bests is Fataa.at,New SwJufrlaa.ln4

e.ltwhi tt he Ud made, ho .had never introduced After remark'e by others and several amend tained.f f .; ., .or..misutss or persons baring eharg i'bC"racfl Slavs boQndf4onhe| .W'l&bJ.' ihe.River 8t,Jonas',measuring
into Hebatq a Ein l\\'el.eiU. which could iuflnme ments and rejection proposed'amendments, on: .The object 'of this'notice Is la'give to claimants Ste. S. St itfisrtJur wiaLud;'Thtt Jtr atoll bet thmea In front 18 wi./and 38''IinYi,on the

1 t'thb 'ublic mind. ..With regard to the motion of Jfr. Hunter,the further consideration an opportunity of procuring 'w'ar.fdnis.. a lawful fat say rsoa to'''malw;compUints of any rio* 'North 11 by lands of Louis, -Fatto on..the. gattby .'Va- ,

. peotUnp! .amendment of.Ir..Foote, ho was wlt l l"jhik of the bill-Was' by' a vote of 23 to 21.postponed ihd least possible expense. ;: ; : ., 1. ; UtioaofihisOrdinanottsnd tha tit shall be the;sqe: :Ciar JUl Ii,'siid'on the,8optltbyltad4. formerly owned .

.' 'to,votiv for it, wf in understanding that till Momlay'next, on which day .Mr. Pearce+ Those wishing to secure the'aervfcda'u rt6e tdai.daryof the City Marshal wdo. >so, wha shal I fAI \ \E kbnorii C lt."i ; ,1' : I r: .

,It ) s effect should be to m:1ke'a future State, ore saysheyill, introduce a, bill providing territorial undersigned, will call'at;'hi'. mee.ot jiddresi I -anea etf t k*aseffipsts at1ri ", #, : Unless. Taxes. and oi".tl trieDiei';srE'. IIIIlcI-Jwr. \.day
oUa.
b'' give authority-to mako-a future. ,.State. in 1.Cali-, t t government for., New, Mexico, and ;for'an.S him! by ,letter''ttnd proihpf 'nUentioa' .WU| I be i Szc.. Ee'it.Jsrt&r rfUxti, That' .:nothing I R.'BlANOY :d iV.O.iJ, .
.luraiu.. JJuUf it was intended that her limits adjustment otthe'Texan boundary. The Senate given to tneirciaimsi' +' fcerciaeoatnaed stall t*so contained aa;to Drtrent Tu\ .
Arses
I I'' were to bccurtailed, with the understanding then adjourned to Monday, in order to PHIUP PBASEB;, dui;g yt same along'the margins bf tas'at' ,'Hebssdan ; J1, 18S0. :o ,-cI t.o..tor's: eo'Ayril

a that tile ,Senator And-.Representative ol C'dlitbrnia afford nn opportunity for private-consultation Attornby at I4til. Rim,and th*United' States troopi or Milt. I _a. ., t",) .

t; were' ,to take their seats-with these curtailed on the measures proposed. Jacksonville E. Fla.. Juty 16th, ,USO. tiaof ths Tsnitorr from firifig their'arms wtiUia:the : 'Tax 'lJ ike I 7&'t:
i limits ho.could not go tor it. He then .; S>rc SE ATEr AUg. 6. Eastern Jadlclal CtrcaH 9! tteo in lit of thai tie f Y virtue'of the power vesttdja !f
l .' his of differed Mr. Pearce then introduced his bill proposing ofttaioa Mayer Criejoff; or di hargiagaajg B ; !.ai bl" law I
duty
that
proceeded tosay opinions oi1i''' od oyfiff aims lay shall expose for sle taeore
uoc
State otlt r by parson,.shall bee;_- Cout.
I and to Texas the establishment of.her nonherd iITf .
much from thpeotMr. Clay, ea0 is the city 01 81':
very tjarred .the foregoingpenalty tk\ Dot be door Ahgsif to.0Ij.ph )MoacIa1
said he, if that Senators is anxious for theoc-, boundaries and the relinquishment of al terri f .\ of October sat the (tbDotFH aCICI

csavion tots the strength oi the General' Uoverofoeni tory claimed by her, 'exterior to said boundaries CIIA 1OE1x, ,: .rr 1 rH S.,7., JS.OrtA
J perhaps he may bring about the occasion and of all her claims upon, the Upped ,Petttr, et, I 'I ,".tt feerstofen pasted, proA .i"tbt firing* of die a at'tb'yeavib49:.i d"tM" I
of and States the. Eitata'cf F. P. .5ecd Goat Platols Craeksts J .iheideattbereto-tt o' .
)0 by measure injustice oppres ,Sqafts,' and votas ecmbtwiie e> atop of
.I sion. Heft was sure it would uover'be brought The bill contains fivo proposition* which _,fe* tlwrtees of As4ro' tfiiTi 'Akoeinf b1 and fnfhfmnirfo> instiamtnts and mstrtabislth; I.iAOn"I",stated oft tM ; J .J

..abOutiDtot otber'way. when agreed to by the Genoral Assembly of FruUnder;,Cctapklsaat l 1Walia .Arsatr,' ia eotiifl,'liaJu cf the City'of Su A.,lots sod Creek.JI t1NiC'oaatf pf k. T)'otu to

" U.,alien added, that if the occasion shouldever Texas are to be obligatory oft Teas and the AgainstWtWjE&istff sad D arehtrtiy.rt s ,, Henry'Ha14 a nonmiden I "twP..t-: ,rf arise for trying the strength ofthe.Genbfal the United'Slates, provided the Qencnt Assembly t1 trit: Psut Tsjssd ihAaffJUggstiat, embAsyofA Dd'I"j Hen Hits frond iah J ahi. .
.
. .Government ngalntt single state,'or a number shall agree to them before,lha first bf Dot t4 + 's AWIfAK'tJpN"rrNaror/' I' UDIIis.thi Tazetr.ad 'JPfQita ins,pVW'lb.

! a' of States! who might disregard Its authorityhe cembar '' 'I; 'r' $ ...Attest,8.\Dmi\ ;t ,t leel'fesU! :' ; of sale ." xr r..J."t
r
,
.that lMMt; !' (,i'Ca .. ''AaB t '" s R. D' 'OANOY .j gberi fai4' "
! and Mr. Clay would found in very 4i if- Texas U |Io agree tier corlhep boon a, f'P <, .
J Tax Assessor
: and to/kctor/
? eGiarti EsaibrM6as :1' .f etltredlMCot.' .," JtIaU.Ca
! lowest attitude. It vat not however, the,first ry shill commeaeo thapoiiHwh u tJ Isfr t ,' .ff.s. I April J7.J830.sssessfdta ;
; 23 ) :
meridian of 100 fiat' ; IBgOSiJtaJsiTr" ",' '' {E r1 1; j
he follow tho degrees west wtttis ; ; "
! time U a Mr Cay| Iwd mild would ,. I' .. ,
r OeaenU Goy blood intersected by &a p lei htilatittide :a iOLrA. .'
sa3rd of th* rameotto '. 4SS ," 'T ''f e-
'
t who would not submit to the tdto' seat ( t S I' tw 6
! la 4ewa Stales i ace. I IOt..nw'I" .
OfWt
arbitrary power of a otjoritir. Evwy ope tea e 103.Eedfl 1o i t / .2 pow k.l..i.. .w. r
,
I I .i tad tfcfel feitSl,CtteWtia tnt tha,Stale aimed ; 1.rL..la g e alsstisasoa IT. .,'_.,tM'1_.ooI. oI urs. ;.twat. ..

M la HifMt .rbe, but bo 'Qrould remand the i t'f .V : r. 0'ifili... ,

Wt*# .feat Kort&'CotoKda -iSoutb Ccf6l3uAkbafij { I ter : ... .., .,"I, .dfsia =nsf.l .pji.,1DcI 1IatJ ,
.had aa4 .N .. dtbawldl t
\ ,&ndMiateippU c ti fQ
_, _
h4nt .lk1a.-
rasoi1 .thl tiedieg ,! '. f.v..iafL.1. se ..die.-ti tIe: 'b'
_
alive ,
$ .I.
rIW. Ieg t p'r1V1 iI I IqWi 'Of 'f ft01 tfI'I& ,'"
'iMrPtoril of. +t..cI h, 'oI sera or Jna..Sed iif rbi' 1'a giver
,
.
ted by CcOffrt tt% wll resist. Lad.he you d pfd -otIfrc ea' t mfD 1 w P.W1 t
to weal Ti tas,is t I .t-ttoa 'iI'. .u.1W11t ..I VIRGIL It DopmriPrn _
tell hoaora bk Senator. that ; fad +
.It
wilph .t'
to draw fro tho ale( tastbiik"te .\ 'n ..7Urcita.J830.. >, fQWf .JL
'H tilt easier applause | p\tIAII_'lam D'' 10 I *' "' ,". !
rid halt tQ ,crimes late the j4ea ot;, QoverJb ; I'J'' !'! ,"i'T""

.' 1M8f th hi o With Iu aD limy I r rk wfdqIi' I With{ 'a4_ .! .V.K' f'RClft *;ua' .'l"r

would bt fijra1l bt three tatse,, ,fps.C:04 .> tfakiibSpfej j rS A ,
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.f o to 1f7.q j For the Counties Luck at"Mef-: .: 6 op eat rile :tdspectirepiopnttonoffett ItusittaL"n 4. n"., pPtiutsltia 1'T' ,. .t ,. ( rf
1St 111 SUUt. Portb.of of.OrangtfArfd'St: ? : ., !o salepaegaedmgh tec>!otttetetms'thf ItU 0..t" n. l_."Dees. 1B7 = .r1'.te t'
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aadcardooroottb of, the Methaabt' ,qn the third I day1tf'Apra.'X"1 0.Jl a foUo'wiDg IJDON"hich are some Probate Officer St. Johns'C uaty; More tit," tAr Z

hthtch. .. 0'y t Pi I ./dr the.couaty of pattthatdt"ibtka'teeond, TuessrxnrcmrsxM. of the most valuable Cotton, 'Sagar and TobaccoIndafiOie .' ,: '! "S 'ith.lNiy1850 1 .aJ l4eI.romJre iJS daf ',ft .{!',0rI. COtllt Hot

.. r "" J &&*- ** list* 'OA Treasury Lane North. vi(, ay i4Aptil., .11'' 'ru't J ,',' \ u .State.l / -.\ ., !I p,, ANDERiyON'balni'i uuu;f >>is'dar,:'y". ".Jik 11 or !'m"jugs y4 i the. Ira I

, t1e bq I ie. fqrtb .county of Marion;at OcalaV fourth Monday ; .SARAH tlaprroiaanA; rie3 uwiD r a#
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u IC Irr n.OJ'y.On; Charlotte I and. sty Street, a if w fAp.:k :< -, ;; .;',, ;. I .. .: ,s?Auxn O. Pxx}itt 'presetted BccoOTtJ.fcr.Kttlemeai :COgIY"'a, > .etblt'ttiafatc.f I stela tad..
c1 South East rea.Ie.
of the oatrT
cw Publie av
," Square; f ". For the Counties of jllachtiia Levy, at New..Jnanni11e. : < t : and allowance aid that sh cttJU7. !li (J''Ii' -
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Monday in May.,{ ( ''" J hath not; (as is by law required) given aotk4of bir '' J.LLa p, I
aii ;'nrJ'Ltlie, nortliof the Public Squarer.-ootopen,); .For.the County'Columbia at 2,3,8,10.11.12,13,14.22., 1Ma; Nf. rnsa; .. tnavfx
-t; .. Alligator, on the ; fategtitlgtq present;lWi"; ItUOra etad, tint all ; "
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,,Ii second Monday of May. .' "./, ] ", qw a=At.of 4iT..at Ct
It 'BOARDING 6. 9. .: "!i' persons\L any wise interested itfthe Estates +C>tW lketaa utd
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11 u ,*. -fr HOUSES For the county of Nassau,' at Nassau C.. H.,on thee In 9 ''' 20 If Mid RoaaBe L.Perpall,aad Alfi d Q.PerpmU;h Ting ,, 830; ,' .

, wl *. *. J J.li4. On Charlotte Street, near th Wednesday before the fourth Monday in May. 1 /: ; 19,22,26.27,28,29,30,32 3334. f objections 1o pi e.to the allowance pf-tha sid gttar.dian .-, : ; .o..c.lf _

,ii f.. Barracks. For the county 'of Duval,' Jacksonville, : *account have .. l .&
on the : ,aoticekto
::44 : ; grind mtethecame'
In 9 If 21 15,19,202i22.; 8,29; Q appear t
.. Vas/ tie,. ,Oo St. George Street, a few doors fourth Monday, of May. ; Wfore' ofjh.
this Court be
she of
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M !I: 33,33,34. ." ; ; on or ; 29tk,dj: B. ,r""edtu a b
.'South. of the Court Home and Public For the County of St. John's at 'JiI tori y lair t
Squire St.
.1 ; Augustine, Ia f4 to'"' 18 ;. "-S 2310,11',15z223-Z6,27; July next at 10 o'clock, in.tbe.ib'reBpon;.; It it rurthebrdered'tothe -. ,: !.bctero.the CourUft..u
tj r"h! i J.:-Mf #WOn Bay street corner of Bay and on the second Monday, ia June. 5- ? "1 J5. 34,35,36. ; end,that such notice "be afforded ; MeUeaiiUtbidowlty g .
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Garden Lane : )
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'day
,i : \ flu Txztr.FonheconntiesofOtangBand. : ; '! 19 ; ', ,", 7,8,17,1920 I SO.' ; I .c t6iseRiBed' copy r.th1i offer, ,pnbIishe? D: i! epkmbv'. D it,the fpUowiagtiescribtd

I I I" '. St. Lncie, Tuesday 'ln,'{10""20 .., .'M. ,13,14.16,28,29. I .'e Jfndnl' Cit," News Paper for egbt{, :;wQeksware- nJ..oriO' .maehthereof .a; wfls pl t state PtOp'

;,i\..1'"D '."f. Wee4on..DOCTORS., Office his< Dweltin: 'Blouse before the fini Monday of November: In".' .10"" 21 j Ii. 1,2,3.4,5,67tHS1071; ; ; entirely and ihat'eopiti' f tfia.taimet b u: 'pettld tip;011 ftsarj noun 7 tUdlle't 'QJ fob thS yrtr Idt9, art }he sad
at lie
g For the county of Putnam, at' Pilatka, 'the second : 12.13.14,15, 18,22,26.31.In"10".22 the outer door of the Coon House and. at some 'other 'ttzpettierttfbidebi'tltettto. to wit: OO
IIv ., .oa.Bridge i Street. public plac.,in the County, for theme period of time w.rromOc .e heFkna w' clubs ietu's
Tuesday before tbe1fuat Monday of November. ., ; If'G! 18..19., YJRGIL', brtaia,pleatatioq
1 ;., ...JDoet. f ale E.iPtck. Office on St.George Street For the ; G.JJUMPHREYS, Judgt bfPr bat.. ; R" UPONTTaz'
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of St. John's In' 11" 18 -. > tToaecto
first
county on the Monday ; (12 d
?> -, a few dorm North of the Court Howe inNovembcr Ia"11"19 ,1.2.9.JI.13.)4.IGHl1.,18 A turf copy) of the original order Ort leconf in the ; }IQarch. 2. &. ..
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: ; ,. ', ; '. ;. ",' ".' Probate Office,of ..Johns or- I i80fAD. e.
St.
? For the county of Nassau Thursday before die J 21'..23. SOIn"li"20rV" .' County. > '
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DRUGGIST.! third Monday of November' : ;. 1,18.2023.24.EI.2oC25; G. HUMPHREYS- 'ketor'S lli.' -

t. C Zylttro. Chemist and I>rugije t, North Ealfc fortbe county' 'Duval, on the third Monday of ,I. ': ,.t: ; '27,28,33i; N1-2'of'36'! '- St..Augn8tine36 1. 25 V 8w, B' 1'in1ie. of the power Mated m .

1 / ... a r 6eforcth4Coartlfetpe
!I .. ; For the:county.of Marion, on the first'Monday in 19.20.21,27,23,29,30,33. .oi-anile. County. Tax Collector's lltellonnlie iD the.coartf1 or Oranp,olJ the I'
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December. 'I .01-: 35 3G. cia;oftitptetabei MOl-
t'tiilkt+ 1\ i ; Sale.' len: the following
B. B:C irld. dtac
Oonnsellor it
TV). 1 illery Lane.v.i > Law--offica'un Ar- For the counties of Alachua and Levy, on the secondMonday Ia"ll"22 ; 61,19,30,3r i : By virtue .of the power Tested 'in' me by' I 'W! enlor. .mUC,lhertOr k trill ply the We4 suite. '
". in December. f 4! .exppse.for sale .before the Court 'If xstfMeiionvillelatheconatv count y to dqe fort the sad
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GRA'NT.
t lFi/i amXt JbricarJ. Attorney at Ijlw"nd Solinitor : f- ARREDONDO 1 ear 1849'and this
) ",. in'Chancery-office on the grou id"floor- uJ For,the county of Columbia, on the third Monday "' 'MAKIOJC COCNTV. ,. '. of; Orange.. oar the first ieaur a ,,bacidtDt+ thetetti m 'wit : 2 k. .
in suxuted4 .
December. '
.- In'ID":18:: 'I. ., Monday of September next. the following described acresaa &IenrrR.3JdJ"
J .the South Wing of toe Court House.OtorgtR. r"iJ" ; 3,10,11.12.14.15: : tattd i1
Fairlankt. Attorney and Counsellor nl The U.S. District Court', at St. Augustine on the In"12" 19< h 2. G, 11, 13.75. 16,18 19,. property or to.much'thereof i as will pay tfa .itatc aad iW. .. iov'iberI,.rNt'tlm1bL fi
first Monday in_April ,' '. 22,23,2t couattTtai -ae thereon for the real I849 read the.- 1BGIT11 f.Q {r.
Law-office in the Court House. f.! -.1 20,21.22,23; [ ,. i i M h TtrCoOectort
." Iu'.12 "" cegsary expenses 'incident thereto,to wfc 3000 I '
,t i '? 20} > :3-401.\35.6,7.9.; 1 0, :! .td.c.aq .

.. ',.'. PUBLIC OFFICES. Valuable Plautatlons, Wild L ndl&c.11I i i 11141617182224. %. 6f Taredtin"ntritto'Panl Dapoa on .the 14th of May, "
East Florida' i iTllO \ In'.' 12 If ,26 1818. by the Spanish government' ,ituaLttl. on the .T lleelDr',8
I PHi Offiet." P. Zytetra Post Master;on the corner ; 1.2, 3, 4, 6, 12, 13, 1 5, er
unde'r.igried'a'.Ageut for the River Jt: Johnsit k place1 known ss Spring. Car
respective 21,22,23,24.. I. of the
of .1 pro .
: Street
Bay and Public"
...". ket buildings Squaw. North of,.M er- tors,offers for sale the following ..lands,to n ,67,18,19.\ den,bounded northwardly by lands of the J tate, 6William B'1 than Qpoee for Pqwer aaJe.beore elted 111 JDe .61 law I

I ., wit. That well known and extremely valuable Plantation GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. Williams Ekstwardly,vacant pine lands, at'He'Uonril1en ,the the rouJ1.n.
t j j' Surveyor Generafo of
Office. BT, Putnairi i Surveyor county :
A. called the Bulow Plantation at', the head of southwardly by lands of John B. Gandry,and lest- Monday Orange, o1f be
' }i., .\I'" Generil, on Hospital Street,earner vf Ahillerj, I "St. Augustine, l b.IJL..1850.t.... SeptftDber neat the fbl5ox
Halifax River, formerly and "'the .wardly by the river 8k Johns,, which saW lands'werecODfirmed beg did
J .* 'L ins anJ Hospital Strect.u ; occupied planted by pro lx n 1 orlO,teach tlssteof u !
.... fc Load Offieti Doct. William : late John J. Bulow with a force of 300 hands suitable 'Ch'aucery> Sale.- to said Paul Dupon by the Superior Court eormtytajt due ) , U. Simmon,Regis r for both Sugar and and ,of,East Florida on the IStk May 1832. aecesa year J849, and .
> Cotton advantageously l located virtue of and directed flat
j of Public Lands-office in the Court Hpu *., as by. decree of ry'IDd4e C, tberebJ
' on navigable waters. It,lies the coast'abou B VIRGIL R. DUPOUT, Tax Collector and aern beingg te 'sits 2133 '
\ Thou, T. R. lfll. Receiver. office, in .Co art upon _t. the Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit two.&birU of the plan
forty miles south of.5 and Feb 23. 1850. Assessor c. ; OJa ia
about
House 4000acre.. ; Augustine .contains" of Florida for the county of $t. Johns in a .. o. count1. known u the Orange. Greve :karat'medp aaW

A.Alvarez., Keeper Spanish Archives, office it I cause where Mathew Solatia 'Is Complainant, bwn 'bT''B.H', tm' situated ton fort
the Court House.. Aso! two thousand acres adjoining the last described and E. Tex, Collector's'Sale Wnr--pratift owner unknown 0'1 "Halitaz
Mary Hernandez and others Defen- ,
> ) i lands being the Pellicier Granftin ,, W _.. teeette. cI to 8.
II
' .Jag a"af'Pabate. (G. Jlwnphrt.Jl1d ,) office Also,:the Spruce Creek Plantation Graham'uwamp. dents,;I will ,expose for sale in front of the B y virtue of the power.& 'ia me bj law I
in'the'Court House coursing S99 shill ezQae & sale before ;the Court VmGILIt.PUPONT.Taz
; Court House in the H..
of St. r Coikctarred
suitable for city Augustine[t
i Peter B. Dumas:. Clerk ,Circuit Court office it a, acres Sugar culture and near to .naviga Monday the- second at Mellonville, in.the county C Orange, ann the;; first Minh 2. 18aJ. A> .
don, about 70 miles day of-September'
; ; he Court IIouc. south of St. Augustine near I Monday of September next the acesorde.
following described '
I. Rafael B.Caiusva.' Sheriff and Tax Collector: of. ,I New Smy'rcB.Mfa the .Mount I the between the hours often and.twotaf that day, property or so much thereof will paythe: ,state and C.CoJ3dor'.i lt; : ,. -

rice in the Court Houre. OjwalJ Plantation on Halifax following mortgaged property to wit :- .county tathreon .for.theyear tad, -and theta \ .: of1the'
River about 50 miles south of Si. Augustine, near the All.that certain House ana lot of and D'Tirt1I. power rested In me 1
i. ground bw
Collector Incident thereto 1. r
oil .
f of Customs James R.j Sanchez, ice cessary expenset ,, to wit r 3000acre. :l "r asia
his coast formerly planted in Sugar by the late Geo. An- every!;other building Ihereon, orthereunto' of land granted the before the OOf1lo-
s
I Dwelling House 9u Bay Street.Intpottor I ap by Spanish, fovernaif to .t btcUont \ I deraon,and now the property of Joseph Lauton, containing pertairiing'sitiiate tying and in the said John B. Orange. OD the
the
of Cuttomi. .On. Howard office it a being i Gaudry, n 8th of October 1817,situated MODdar'p'f' Pteaobeitun, tM first
l > oward Buildings, Market square., : 19X( ) acn',. city ot' St. Augustine on Block No. '21, bounded 1, on the St. Johns'River at a place called Spring Gar- PrO P
f.H..,Brown., Judge U. S.=Court North em Also WOO acres'puth of New Smyrna in Tut ''I a$.follows. One line oh the East, fronting i; den in the county oi Orange,'and bounded by. 'the aDd gaat" tu.l r":7.tJr..1849.u will PaT the'turfs
:
bull's half
District of Florida office in the Court House. ; swamp being the north of the' RosetteGrant.well Marine Street, measuring eighty two feet eight! iginal survey thereof as follows: Bounded' on ore up uses. inctdeat tlZircto.to,wit and the sate assn

< '. G. R. 'Fairbanks Clerk U, ;S.,, 'Court, office it a timbered and near navigation. inches N. 30' \V.; the line on the South/ront- north by land. of Paul Dnpott, 00 the east by vacant bein; trrofa natof J6000 : 1000 t tits of land

:, the Court House. Also,forty thousand.scree on the St. Johns ,River lug Bridge streetmet+ uriRK sixty four feet S. pine lands on th !.uth by land of the late Bang- J. SibbaM by.t aptnish acres medrtoCh4,1.

_, .' Deputy Nardld. George,!., Zchnbaur, t office it a of between valuable Lake pine George, hammock and Lake and timbered Monroe lands consisting in 67J VV. making the South East corner of the loin Curio y iVrrsr, and on the west by'riYtr'St. A-lust. 11i17anJ! 'lalchaaJ4, jovernmenLci 1000 aem- 11. '' i

the Court,House. tract. various station of both lines ; the other two! lines running Johns surveyed by RobtMqHardy on. the,Ijfth Peci{ : Rrnior.cooo 'aJrcii>r 'gra ntiri Taro:11'd"llt ',1.
1817. Ih'a.
._ '1 I Also 3000 acres in Alachun county suitable f o parallel with the two mentioned ; the 1 VIRGIL ft. DUPONT; : Tax betwre1tNertna ndlfdia1 ,iv"'r. ial'l1 ,.'j: .
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT Cotton tnorth or third line adjoining lot of 'John Colltctorand: sans belong tu3dt, :, .
or Sugar. Drysdale fe'.luPpo s : .
Feb 23 .
Copt James 1850. ; .\e8. Thoma. 8tat .. 't 1 's p r 'Jr.. :.U
R. Hankam. Ordnance Storekeeper. Abo. COO acres in Columbia County, good pinelands measuring%ty three feet; and the : "or..c.... : : .
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"office ,-- -. VIRGIL
on St. George street a few doors South of the on the Santa Fe River. YVertor fourth I.tae adjoining John '''J. Hedrick !! Tax Collector' -- R. DUPONT" ;*! c' r..I.' ,: a. I, .
DryvGood store at:.S. M. Wakernant Persons d Pri.. Sale. F'tb.: 3.J ; '
- Apply for terms, particulars, &c. toll measuring eighty three f et, as will more fully l- virtue-of the. power vested, jn, I 5t't':. .. .

, ; rous Capt.of Hanham visiting the. Fort will make application C l i< tc GEO. R.FAIRBANKS. | appear by the Plan and Survey, recorded ]Bj shall expose for sale.before the Court e''by Houia law.l at :! Chj ul< ;;jA -;ttxtktli'I -- :

Agent for the purchase n dale of Lands, in the office of the St. Johns County aforesaid Mdlonville in the county of Orange, on the firstIou-' T0 r CI: 1J.h'e 'f Ji tlvrgdtat.tj lain '4 4UiC
% I Payment of Non Resident Taxes,.&oc.. in Deed Book J 206niiiie\ctl' 1 of the 111 rill Chrutt ri:i art
JUSTICES page; to' day! September next following deer cribd. 'cf.l", ;
V THE PEACE. ; properly 'Pl" Nti1{
St. IFcb t
Augustine 22.1P50. !PP T mr'mrr1.i-'
! the conveyance of the said limas land lot of ,; orso much thereof 93 will menu t.'b c4' iic oia 1
:
George 'L PAiI';'. Justice of th. Peace,!! an : Notice., ground nndc Joseph! llt-n ,ndez. I Ii !I county tax due thereon for the year 18t'J antI Inl'f'rm 01 the ;\ Ik.n -
: Notary. Public. office on Bay, r trert. North of the. I ; yntcJnia the ntI 'ClJ"fa\ "T" ir'Jw f.l: !hr.".. ; ,;
I Aliddle.basm. Q IX months afitt date we shall presenthie our i t. Modecis, the witlww ;ud Atlnjiijistruirix of t|I c'5-ary expenses iociJentthereto.to wit r 100 'lerts. L'yorder. of the. CjjncilrWUOJLESA7.1i- = ,
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'..''', F. J,'Quincy.. Juptice. ,of the Peace office attore Accounts and Vouchers as Executors of the Estate the Estate of Francis Mcdices Jccc.tJ. {near i ny:.t-' '!12.1715}\if"" t.cO'ua 4'1.f. ,r JlaYo'. .l'

,!' $ I Richard Weighuiuin dec'd, to tbdlon.Judgeof Also one moiety or halt's)f"alt. alt u. certain ]Lna, on west I ae.ofGabordy + Canal. 1an..Sth,19A.. 1 ;

Probnii flf St. .John's County, ,for, a final settle. lot of ground situated 0-2 Marine street within [ \l o 100 acres as.<*>s
:it '> 1 'J ;' CITY OFFICERS. meat and fliall at the same time apply .for Letters, of { said city of, St. Augustine, bounded.-r the, ,ids of the Hillbborotigh river near ; .k1iD: ltLii'.111.. ;

: ., 1Jatbca, Solana". Mayor. !I Dismission as such Executors, of which all persons East by said street, and- 1.n.a,uJjug thereon (1 VIRGIL R. DU PONT, Tax CollectS. : I" 11. E. C.-l'll_ .
r. Bravo \ interested !hi sail F:ute*will take notice. four and MarchS. 1850. Assessor, o. c. RECENT ARRIVALS the
forty a, half S auLli jams on tho B p"f.ribfor. has
.. ; t _
JOHN
\ 1 M.FONTANE.U. north by a lot the ha customary supply Of Crocn'riea, SUlf i: ,
r'SST' Fxecnto formerly of
)
Ald" n. Franj
..M r .ten D.I FOXTANK.Jan .\ property j,I Tax Collector's Sale.,, &c usually kaput hi. well-know. _
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-S Cisco M/tllbfi"I.H.
3 :. : ; 1.185n.oTce Rosey, measuring thereon Jiity"'one a till j u I 1)y virtue of the Tested in The attention Private
Xdcisi J : I I .. .: half power me by law IfthaJl f.miljn and the "r.tc' j it _
J a Spanish the South ; ,
varas : lot Jl- 0-
r- on
) City Council. Charles Hanger.1. by a ,, expose for sale before the Court fretted to our extensive
all8OrtmeDI.
r. Cttrkofjthe 7'ABILlT1'SFCURITYPERPETUITUOUUUU: \. formerly of John Tnteanu measuring thereon 'i. House Jcorin the city of St. Augustine the rated below below Articles rruuuir.
on first, ,can be lad
i .'. tithe.Council.room. -? ,' : I I' $ .-. forty nine and a halt Spanish vuia*; and on }! Monday i io October next, the following described and at retail. in original packs s
City. )arthal and Clerk tie 2 F. ,
of 1It1.1 '; P' the '
West
P rrreira.i 1. i 1 THE MUTUAL LIFE 1IV8IIRAIVCEOF by a lot formerly beiougui:,' to'J. property, or so much thereof as will pay |*he State 'J'EAS.-youDC' Upon Old Hyson, Gunpowder

, j.I. k. .' .I '' I ."'6.n....&D"Ia.1WV, M. .IJ arte, and measuring thereon forty >; and County tax due thereon for the year .(.and ImpenalTwaaksrpottehong. Soachong. .
J' I' I fouranda half Spanish varas which said I It the necessary expenses incident thereto, vix: Eight COFFEE.-Jul ,
,,1 11.' NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL, ; 7 ren' Ground Mocha do.
-.AUCTIONBRKS. I of ground was Michael I hundred acres of land supposed to belong to Roc. Ro.CuUo. ohae.Coco
R p. Ferreita f'.T ET Accumulated Fund. Nor 1st, 1849 0900I ,- purchased by e1Ji-1 l l M n and Cocoa Paate.
f ; t ,and J. A. Stnschkn\! with Manias TowlanJ a nonresident,situated in the of g 8OAP.-shaving' White
000 securely invested in Bunds and Mortgages gan jointly Leonardy, from lltn'I 'i county seated.Brown aDd Ver-
real 'jam{in ,A. Putnam will I John*, State cf Florida being the same pied. of tegeted'do. -
I\ ton t estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks as fully appear by

Burrought. E. ,Carr MERCHANTS.: Wholerale and Retail dealer ',tube State and City of New York and United 'I Deed and Record in the office of the county ,; land sharcofher&ther'i&ute that was allotted to Mary M. Dnham as her dPICE8. Ginger Race ; do Ground black

. k Gut quality :: Family Groceries of Li-' .Slates Government. Clerk f. oSt. Johns County, in Book N. page I bounded at New Bwttudtnda ad Pimento Idnbuep. Cloves Mac,; ptpper
1 al! kinds the West the inDimoa
t on by River St. J.hnt ,
&. This fund L rapidly increasing by a 'widely e:tens 38, and the said moiety or bait ot said tot. ,metro- Ar row Boot. Yermecel0 ltfudaront
t ion No.9 East side Charlotte Street,.North I ring thereon ia front 18 chains and 30_ links,oa the Maltard Curry. Powder,
and and
business. iatfaM bottles
prosperous I sold the I II .
if .the was by parties Michael Neliigan and
: Publiuql1are. North
lands
ef
Ided I by
Louisa Fatio[
declared dividend ol I oa the East by vacant FRUIT. Bloom
i Company a profits of fiftytwo his wife .Marchora ', Muscatel J.
t fturlurt.. Dealer in Staple and to Joseph Hernandez, ..1 lands, and oa the South by lands formerly Zante ni nlJ
:, Fancy Dry per cent ou all existing policies on the 31st will owa. currants, soft shell Almonds"
nods Wevt side appear by Deed of sale recorded in the cdbyEIeonoraCcIt.Unless Bmma >;
} of Charlotte .street, a few doors i of January 1848. II Sicily F'aJbena.fa4cila p'
i ooh of Treasury Lane. All he Profit are divided office of the clerk of the County Courtof : Taxes aad expenses are paid before tie day Citron. Wabanu BruiJ Nata ; Cfaoa
among
t i Seth M. w. .lIl'I. Wholesale and Retail dealer the Imnred. St.Johns County, afotesaid- Book N. page .(sale. CANDLES. Conmoa
I 546, together with all andsinJular the I It. B. CANOVA. ltherilf std Sperm and Tallow'and
Dry Goods The tenements tx.ff
i. and Groceries' Grocery store on the premiums are payable in cash annually sem- Wick, .
ouud floor of the City Hotel-l>ry Goods Store, annually, or quarterly interest being added on the hereditaments and appurtenances thereuulO : Tu Assessor and c.1.cwr> St.. lohne. .0. PICKLES .

t liner of Picolaia and St. George street, opposite deferred payments. belonging or in any wise appertaining. I ArrU 97,1850. hall SAUCES; &e.--Pickled atao rued in
pU glass Jan
.e Court House The cash principle adopted' this Company secures R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff. Do Do., bottles Ctpen Olirn
\ 2' Mubroom
i Ni$,, S. \ N. Pinkhani.. Dealers in Fancy to the parties for whose benefit the insurances St. Augustine,July 20th, 1850.Ctiolce z Collectors BIlk. kinds Catsup do. Tomato do. Fia&aee.INorttd

\! oct.I&ce. opposite 'the Planters Hotel on East are effected the whole of the advantages, without BY'rinae of the.power Tested ia me by law,I Su Pepper of Lemon Stapton Bitten, Lemon IYru '

i 2 h.of Charlotte'street. subjecting them loathe heavy drawback of sec ama- .Groceries .Provisions, &c I door ia thi city of for St. sale Angusdne before the the Coan H'OD" AncbomL gar Weal India Preserve. 8aHd Oil,

t I'dr,'BtI. Dealer in Groceries. Provisions tc. lated premium notes. FRESH Groceries,. Provisions, now discharging : ot October next the following described on 6'nl Mont, TOBACCO.

'mer of Cuna and St. Grorge,street.Monutl Persona may effect insurance on their own lives brig Benjamin Car, 15day from New so much thereof as.wfll the property.or Uceo Cawndisi Ladies twist Paper To-
and the lives of others. A married woman can in. York. We solicit the pay .$ttte and County .Macaboy .Snaff.Scotch do.
Cretpo, Dealer in Family stores, Provi- attention of the Trade, I due thereon for the Regain Cigars
pn tar
1849 Pnneipe do
and ,
die.,, corner of Charlotte, and Bridge streets cure the life of hr husband,the benefits of which are ute families and others to the large and. assn are incident thereto year viz the necessary Common do. :
One LIQUORS.
*F. J. Qrinry. Watch maker and Jeweler on secured. by law fur the exclusive use,of herself or children. Stock now being received and offered to the Trade n expenres land more or less situated on;the South hundred'of acres of Boidean=; Brand 1, Otud Duup dw do.

..t: arreet, nearly opposite office of Dr. Feck. i original> packages customary terms at Charleston Creek ia the County of St. lODi Julinrtm 4 proof ( Sptnta.Jamiiqtun,0ldllationib., Hollaiid Do 1 to
,Fta. ffeUjn. Retailer of Boots Shoes Caps Clergymen and ,all. others dependent salaries prices. belonging Lo Sk nt. Whiskey Do.
upon I Henry Hal. a aoaresident; purchased Sc otch. a 'l article
Auorted
11' *0.:, east side of Charlotte, of are specially invited ro avail themselves of by the aid Liquors.
a
street corner .resource l 200bbl* Flour assorted brand, 25 do Pilot Bread Henry Hall from JimesJamerr WI ES./
,. arlotte .Ir"el.d Treasury Lane. whereby their surviving familes may be secured .Unless the Taxes and bfadeigist fl .l.rdt l\llh 4.Co.
20 do Mu.
assorted Crackers 1500 bushels Corn 75 ; expenses art paid tteilles
bqlKs before the .
I"lap h
s r ii'V a Lawn Andreu. Tailor Charlotte rom the evils ofpf'nury.. rrPilq.&Brown
street day of tale. DtdrGoi'doa
Hay,75 bags Oats.50 do Brand, 15 bbls Mro & 'Go
Pork Chtmpat
.
',
i the. ) of the Hoek.,
t 'Pamphlets explanatory principles of Mutual Serklin{
B.
. 2 hhds Shoulders do Bacon 1 do Hams. 1 tierce R. ,CANOVA. m.rld'itid-off.Collector's V inegar. Bordeaux Torte g: 'mlap 1832.
. Thomas \\An leu. Tailor Charlotte Street, near Life Insurance,and illustrating its advantages, with Tar Assessor ant LoJoa r. Ioadon. *.*, *
of i dried Beef 15 bbls Lud 35 kegs do, 25 do Batter Collector; 8t: Johns ee_ and LeJlU Ale' rods;9 u.
store f forms of be obtained
GrorpBurt. the office
application may or I tilJi,1RS0.
wake Cheese 30 boxes do. 3' half bbls AP ; : OIL'
.
. i Joht Utinn. Boot maker Charlotte street near the Company 35 Wall st.. or of any of, its agent: Tongues 12 bbb Stewart's Sugar 10 do kild plekldo J I '" '. FIt3H : } .

j City Hotel. I TRUSTEES" ,. '5 do pulverized do., 2 boxes ,Loaf ,do,: 3 hhds N O Fax Sole.jr.Tirtne .. Cod. ..' Rfrrlrirl. &hDoph;. 'duce,Ddu, D.

Joseph ,,Manufacturer' r of ."Secan, shop in Jo Win B J Collins, Alfred David C'Colden. do. 10 boxes B U do, 10 barrels ,Molasseses. !15sacks'Rio ,. of.the power Tested 'M 'me' b1 J.w I ; .I,1' : ': 'r .
.ariI. B ,
Ilyslop Edwards; MItICELL '
BuildingsG. /
foV
Coffee 5 hlf
.
chests Black Tea 20 boxes doll ale before ANto.p.8 Rt.
expose thetcwVonng Co -. Pot ,
H
N.,Pupy.I Dealer in i Dry Groceries and Proviojin. R H McCnrr'yi; Wm Beau,; -i ', Starch, 40 kegs Nails, 3 bgs Pepper, 40 bags shot MeUouY" 'Oil the first eat 7Vfu!; C o r Ct19J'r jrrf'T ,Oat

; I Charlotte .street a 'few doors,South of the Ered Winston 'Joseph Blunt 5 kegs'Powder,200 ban Lead. 25'bbU Ppu r.ISr, of aePber mitt the follatgi";: deseribe tJOD- ....&! :; .,btirkkIadiglrS,

; : Hotel.!; . < C W Faberi Isaac G Pearson; bon..son d Glass 2 bbls Louisiana Oil,,2.do,Tarpentire erty.orio; much: thereof as will !pry ;the ,igtite> lid LigaidBftckmgtc'p4 r CalkCkflWiek

I Mttrtfllunon tj Xelligan. Cabinet- make rs' John P Yelvertori,. Henry \ails ,30 kegs white Lead. bbls whiting, ,15.cans eon ty tar due tyreon'for/he yetr.i849. andthene S oe'bbfc. broom iaTasCdees'

of Market square adjoining the Council room. Theo Sedgwick : Wm" Moore, Verdigris 5 bbls'Coal Tar, 10 baskets Champagne iary ettpeaaed fDc e thereto,. 'It,, wit : a22.- ". .SSce; ttr>att .aoo feS3 !'.b'Patent. .JVaks,

I Jolts M -. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, I Wine, 10 cases Cordials,,10 basketsi. Champagne Ci-'j acdi of lead aft1zatecJ tt. tea. Reid ..o'lLadi.tt B Percuielob'Cape 'l!!* rl*r.tt'.
fret
p9 Pond
N'orth'rte of the City John H Uwift Jona Miller. der, f bbl Mackerel. 2 boxed, Codfish 2 0. do assereed to P.W. LOad.' \ 'p.wdel.+'lt, Liverpool do *d GunPROVISIONS. -

; John Wadsworth David A Comstock, Herrings, 25 sacks,Salt, .30 do table Salt, 20 t TIKGIL'R'DUPONT. Tu' Collector and 'Pbrk.BeW.nd : I I Iatns 'Flow '
'
S M
Robert .
Cornell Shnyler t Jtuuer.
larch 9 1850. Cteeaev i VI r I' i" .
,, AMUSEMENTS. GOUT M Wilkins James,Chambers boxes Tallow Candles' 10 do Sperm'do, 5 do r Assessor. o, : '. '

Billiordt..Talle, Bowling Alley.. On Howard' .I, John V L Pnryn Joseph Tuckerman : Adamantine do 30 do extra Soap, 25 do fami IN CIRCUIT -" | ..CROCKERY. .., AND! 'CL Ss\tr. ARI. :. .
Buildings Market .I : 'J' .
square. first ly do 2'tierces Oil!, 40 boxes Raisens COURT ,, L'.O' r ru d
Moses }
Whittlesey H 2 bbl ,
Grinnell ? ] .
,ALACHUA' .. .
AKD .
and :
Bowlif Liquor Refreshment b Er.YCOU.'VT ; .t. ,
iAIlfy r Charles I Almons 1 B8.: ; .r .',"r,
Bridftt. City Hotel. Ely, Win Bunker.. bag Ginger, 1 bdl Hops; 5 baskets .' I. ,CaijrcRT : titif. 'Gcodi"H I
? John C Crag Eugene Dutilh, Sweet Oil,12do Mustard, bbl Rose Cordial. ,7\r'W4r. '
PMlipGiinRetailer of Liquors, Refreshments ,O,M. Donnanv iV.ic.t'w'
I, : l'| I Boou f '
Walter Joy Francis S 2 do Gin 8Ticit
J pipes Brandy S Ctothuag fi
Lathrop :
quart casks VVlne Hail
Charlotte .
c> street, opposite Eridier's Bowling rethtow'bnito'James '.0 \' .. caps
Alfred Pell. J 0 'rbat btr, 24 do.Brooms; 6,'nests Tub' ;40 yearns. wrap .S. 'f I. ,
: e.den.
Alley.'N I' JOSEPH.B. COLLINS..Preaidtnt.hue ping.paper, 10 BChockolate, 5 boxes assorted :' R. .G.Liyiagstoade Adm'r..or- I'j "Amcisf Marshal | Theibot With many other articles too balDeto 1 a
'. ABBATT, Secretary. Preserves, 2 hbds Leaf Tobacco aMto'O n'e. matron.
15 boxeS of wys
STAGE OFFICE. -; pumaace a decmtal ordei of' laid elects Iq'
JOSEPH Burst, Counssllor., .. sorted Brands do do 't'IN : { 'Yorl4btatkek tlndan'bi Nf
ifi. gist of tee Picoltt Mil Sla t. ,Bridier'i.,City G. R< FAiksAirks Agent f. Augustine? Fla. < 10 Pipes,3 do vials Snuff" ;. directed, >all persons burin' .agalS deuce tKeoittmeadr tb coD-
}J HdiS 1e, '." 'T. 15 coils assorted Rope 7casks, pints Po ter 6' abo.t'estate: ire hereby ._. iLv21be.diurposedoftgalt.tht _
- ''. ; Feb 16th. ., > I wqdred to come cJ! .e etaebefo
f Pte' solicit Ib'
ti :
>
do Scotch Ale 5'do i the toWn of ,
, :, '1.1 f "- : W t 5 cases Pickles 2do0iires'sdoassoiLimes : m1office therein oh'the ) *- ,& .
: r' j CHURCHES. Turpentine, Var :'at.. eecoa4 (2) .cf4"or Sep- Jsa, 'x 850 : CARR
I J7oJ LiNrtElSU.OiL. ,'' Oakum, Spike ': sups,2 do Sardines,'3 bbls White Beans, :2'bbls, i tember; 1850 and.xlu"bit theIr dcmau.apinac'th .; ; 'H I' j t.

'i ': '* ,.&t\olic. CA rc*. North side Monumeh.. Wicks Lathes. and assorted Lumber j rer ale assorted .Corks, '3 hlf bbls Pickled I ,pricks'. same-i and.ell peneioiti trh4 shal'U linty thp;top e JOr,' ,.1Iottee 0 ,: : '. ,0,

S .sQtiitc' .t ;. : Jan 28 P. E: CARR... 4t.hs. White pine.Lumber,'Yellow do. 1 ward and beethbiaemaitdii Rn'nit- eau :.If ;. b;Iin,.tIait.J.aba.U t6t mbatit
tut
;
.iPlt.t.Chutes South Monument Lime be asckaded,fic+ tnth.1)e' dt me. i turf te-.
: side. sq rare. Hair, Plaster .. of ,&h Ideates., Arid =-?p -ir.jaVT -I rffoWcW 'tJ Brobie: ,
%TtrttrisfCk9TC\: St.: George street Irish and Scotch:Whiskey.SCOTCH I --,- anebpes one bot..rtJri t&ibi1 it irbognU co : 1',my MWM te.{ 12''bJnneDrjla Ofi'ttuh ha

,ou1b af.1M ALE Cider Porter in Pints and .Qa art .'Themovearerowm; store-and/purchased: bef ttsie pd pttsttctltietr'drmindr'ehanbefo; ,: t a BAdnunwtratotofthaJit. aUowufe)
I" tlt
I r rwMt,Jlttt*& l'Cktftl. ': St..George.. 'street, near the Sherry and Port Wines, Cham pe meatwarrants.-> "'tahip .;a tt e;uaadaptdirorW"eodtriba ttieJni; 4Y. ofaaid IS, "; fMt benm:1fe r

e.4Pvua i' -'1 ,t. : Brandy,Holland> Gin;Monongohela' Whiskey I Cs arenovr u0atearpeners tbeteofitobetettTTedtiyiieu Pa .J he erJ orS e.W,Yta

x .?.- .ids i Id 1 .'I 1 A ; .Le.d. ine.Li.uonCpJ&ls.i&c.. for sale bvjf I I being Opened at retail.''*"' : '-". %v '* ':U7 ''_lir''dG: ,. j SAII.Lt'aUSSEL't'M:.:'' fe* tf,Adml. fisag, r,gK" Tp

., '.. TfRMS) OP-: CoURT. ASTEJlN .tmcmT" .. .Feb. 9 > -' B: E. CAR'R.. June 2:1. P. &.rC.\Df. r .one. ; }. SpecIMuuriia r "'', 1 A6 UnC'XL: : )
.. u ancery.
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