The ancient city
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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 24, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00030

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TN 4HcIENl Its1s. I rIOlCI ," up to the people with to the formation the'.uonstitution 1 ,and continued -I} ,From the Charleston News: I'and pure faith. Th sacrifice: will propitateft '

J'Vlt..J'I, ...EiTE persevering energy] The Whig "clap trap"cautht' up to the present ,time. He referred'idJAT'S THE bOUTH. i the gooddes of Lfcrfir; and perpetuate the

I. Y SATaRDAY ,., its ,'victims and in :1M7 for the first treaty, tb'edo the exclusive right' of :; We desire to know\ it,'in the present s.rionsjuncture ,blessings of the Union1ami the4 'Con 1it tioQ.I t

VB8'fER JlAlJUCY, time the Whig* had.(wth' Houses of the 'navigating .dississiPPi{ .to Spain for a pe., ; the South\ .is' cot to' be united ? Nothing I Tneru u no patriot,who docs nut hope for the +

., coins ajur ncu, IKHE YoYA cL ture. ', ,% LearI' '- riod ,,of' thirty years which was intended to .we.- areassdredut: the hhschueofunitv. I perpetual existence o( t these, f"red u"s rid&s .
\ fimfrv ,triple npd arrest. prosperity of the Southern. }.\ most momeiifpus\ of allsnbjetts, 'dele,i of the Reolutlon..nli one> Who does not know
k" i* plt'rte4at er Let tit see now how the Whigs' kept iheirpromises. :and isquth western, States; Tbis, was supported the acknpwledmerir and security other righU.Hqwever 'f, that the only way to perpetuate 'them, is 'a

.r"'Fof 1Sliaw aDdr, f th. ;: "The da v! aDnaJcited' the.Meet'J'i : ,by the Ndrtbern members, and opposed by.SID .' wu may 1 1iBerati'to, the"mostavaila. -' firm, undeviating adberepcato tbeirtirst'P t ia-r ,'
-an c4't c. ', : iS''L.. i.' < \. Ie 'wblch. totrittai d'.j itiortictf.p ciplej.The; icuriivaf iii f Sa naaS mUm "' t tnpi
"' ,. \, :" ,.. ..... '. ..' ,. n. em Fo"'ih ''p sff I ':vairi r '; 9u- .power,and spccessfullystavekl: ent off,the. l questiondr t t''"South'dou.b.'j t. th'ettdpger by which' we tt eau-Joot* chief of'these.wit '',ner nstlt l ions;' :ainong"TO c .

d pe f. mat /" is the response U-the Whiga were la ::|, ,three years, wheo.lhe adoption of the Constitution 'rounded, or.the. .necessity of averting it. Themost .
:J.a1IIn... CAUCUSS :yielding must see.. that it' i is' TUB PUBLIC.S
n Speaker and President, were to : changed the relative...tnngth.of par* moderate acid
..' e \f e }dais... be Aculltd for. It'will be ties, and defeated the obnoxious proposition.' 'now time, to stop cavailtng about minor difference In tha"Ford.i; ; Rq iublican"! the 15th .- .,
rn > well 'remembered He referred to the]M issouri Compromise, which 'find the ways ,escape; nhd concentrate I am eharKe1 with the declaration that 1 would

f'. ''I' ,;COl1i\TI Jlr. '.. ,how many Mrppariups", tbevereinatten* was forced upon the South by the' almost all energies nt one pOint.Vo.nnf' in'a I porter a dissolution of the Union to the' 'passage'of. t ,

*0fe,,I mra !' will l'lbrinJ ,thee, I, dance upon ,th.. J t'gislajpre' J laying d imr' ,to unanimous vote of Northern.members of.Congress wrecking ship It will not do to inquire whether -!I t .the,late Bill now no more-which 'wyaa' nut-:

+ 4iodaID.t: situation on.thtcoriofthe\ teal with. ichich with: ,a portion ,of,the {Southern,,arid ,the chances of escape lie by this plank, I named "the Compromise bill." ,
p..IeoIIiiOC i "ingtbCe : had been served H (party showed from the debates that it was' consider, er that We must take.to that'nearest our I acknowledge the declaration, and, shall
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In .IA.I. expense" .n* reach and cling.manfully to it. What has plead justification. '
) ; 'I. ed/by leading members on. both Rides of the .
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,. ".Ott I =; '.r"tlh.t .'1'J \ and jgfaar" was provided;,:rand. ) every, situation( by the linQ of 36 30to the Pacific'ocean. Mr. triumph,so long,:but our.divisipns 7 They.have'1 have .been to exclude the people of the South J

t e' 'l tUL."fh r rv i'l ': filled with "party h6cks" That "c ucw n', \fi; hareyielded.toaplotiontoadjourn, which : said,the South has strong allies of our cause,' from sill the territory acqired from,Mexico but
!e1etldibetvpr'tb A aI r.'i' .. whiehvthe Whigs told us .bet was rejected by'a vote,of 19 to, 25. He thenproceeded in her midst. The central influences the this is not nil. it proposed also to give Texas
....a k. &lo,eduponeirUj!. ,. elecUocr' to before some.time, longer, when he again twp great politcal parties operate powerfully. 1111'1 million for npnrt: : of her territory large

tpj !.I btU\li Ipok"ftJajfni'..tr the jwis, nmwltiutanding' pledget re. yielded to,a request Irom) .'DA vsox, who exclaimed The,people nre ruled by a few.political leaders. for two Sates, and-thus to give the a..bolitionlstsA *
ttaets, t. ,. >* sorted to:8..+ pmlri.ftCI by which, Joseph B. (lip. ;Course pursued by the majority The heads of the party North and South rulo chance to increase heir power by
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t Lancaster towards Mr, Y these last. Their sentimenrs'are colored by taking from thu South region setureii
For I'm not partial {Iii sin iiig. 4',. gutelected,, Judge of the Southern ,. % and after highly complimenting already
very what rather than what is to her by,the annexation of Texas
Ai they're whose soul treasurebr. District or'Flori a. and: according lof the his speech,again moved ao.adjournment.Ilf is expedient by right. large enough
.. poof ; ; PICUKSOK. Jew York, also bore testimony Did you not see the whole South united in for two future slate-States.: '
!:*lo.r s < Whig reasoning, before election, this! .promotion fo,the iigh ability and, great reserch displayed Free'Trade doctrines in 1832 ? Did' she ,.not,become I look upon such a measure, therefore as !

f i"i1L : eoanded in story.' ;. of indicidual e." jwas done A.atk I fa I public! exJ" ,by Mr. Y. and the vast mass of valuable Tariff to a great extent, as soon asn insult to tae South ;'a flagrant violation of that

,I thee,dearest, my name ; .1;' ****" j ,i'. ) it 11 .' I facts whicIi.he Had thrown before the Senate tariff president was nominated 7VAS she not "i Constitution which is ''the bond of.the Union ; )
tJlh u11d.lD, proudneld of glory,! : That "political t; proscription"! which: consistency ,f y ,and the country upon thlaVimportantantsubject Clay, with Tariff Bank and Internal Improvement and, had, it plls: n-d,!! nsa consummation' of a
and 1844 ? Did she not become Taylor. in wrong that several of the Southern
ura, come ahare in my fame. I' expressed the hope that ample in States-r
$) J '" i "t I Whigs so much' loath before'elections, time would be allowed him to finish hU re. 1848 with .8n. ;utter abandonment :of these Florida among them had pronounced' fre
:! a"t at dora 'thee. '\ : aoon rode over the pledge of, the party, and to marks,and be seconded the motion for adjourn' ,] things?, Do not be alarmed:she "will let in ble. ', "

m. owherfiTerthuuartkw; : the astouishment oK qll trulh; loving citizens menThe question was again taken on the Caljforma-submit. to the dismemberment of'I| In reference* to that bill which is now' dead

*? Is& a* ia tribute it rlna"Jhe".4I': !. beheaded the faithful "watch dog of the,Treasury" adjournment,and negatved, M r., BOTLEK then Texas, when the wedge enters the gnarled oak [ I might have been silent; but as the "snake is
frab froaibeheart., ; i "< ,'. i tore I and made an appeal to the majority tfpon. it'iieasilysplit. These things are said.. I only scotched, not killed" I consider it my"du
'i t'\ ,, Benjamin .Byrd and N. Bemis the Comp J,the impropiety, their course. He rned How much longer will Southern men submit ly, in the position that I now occupy to express

.,.Iit' ,_ ltiit alA "Cea1e11o Importucb' ,; ;*! troller. .j: them that |if persl*ted in it would ,beg Ik .to arrangement I like these? We:tell them, i if'I my opinions openly I j so that ulf concerned

OlifCapM:tu. ofiis wines, ; ? : ft.11 'true. emlg tloD 'e ntlnued, but al&slvanishing it,of resistance on the part of the min_' 'Southern rights. are dear tothemit'their preservation might understand my views regarding other
-Tit.Atne's'butii, 'pittful fortuneLnd --. f would defeat all under the constitution, is worth con- measures that be
Whig laP' trap, our attempts to pass the,bi e may attempted by Congress
beans tarn such valoeless things. t > Increased find Instead [that expenses also complimented Mr. tiLEI''pee. 11- sideratidri, they must quit opposing ranks, and diffr rnt In /orm'from the the .ompromise" but .

;\ *(H :Lwn'iorri'e if Tve' spoken .. "..*;' !: of "lightening' the ,Jag no superior during the present jse gdL rally under our banners.. Let the old standard tending,to the same end. \ .
turn not away- burthen ofprotun, !with hicli our State was the Interest of its details 'and the v| "*' bb, n- late floating over differing parties, be torn in I I If I stood alone I should not hesitate to avow
Eor'nJo.botdl'-na'heart with affliction is broken-; {,'' to be blessed inv inerj,TWISTY rga'csir formation it imparted. Mr Ate" owed fragments l/il Democrat arid Whig be (or-''. what have done. But I have the gratification

i-W/'my uncle only to days F.- was added our burthens_ li]t! 'Mr. BUTLER,and said if the, friends of the bill gotton. Let the whole South and West cometogether to believe that a large majority of the freemen
..n.i < AttheUU election Federal' t were determined to force its passage this even as a great Southern party, resolved to of Florida concur with me, as I know that
'Mruneie the nabob-who .tended t. : Whig pledges roil it would result in a mere contest of physical own but one,principle"' and struggle alone for 1 nearly all of the public functionaries of the

: Vy' youth with affi-etumand care ;,; were added to Statd Whig.. jyomises J and ,a strength( which might result disastrously the supremacy of that. Lot that principle be, K State have committed themselves to resist to

.My-manhood "Jto.knd( .frlended-. _. current running with the presidential.election to.their anticipations. He'then moved for the .the.Rights in the South under the Constitution the J last pxtremity measures designed to deprive
If,-h:o. cme: "-- .bl'w.'I.tt.Q "d"' contributed to'the ten'a d .lohce'more.vi braFresh postponement of the bill until to"morrowwhlcb arid the Union Nothing more; nothing less : u c of vital rithti.j .

. : 1;. ; 'l t W f tawa" ff.tm'iii YJtr1ncl'i ieill! tn'- >was rejected--nycs. 25?!oer-':-' rift:'t btfiz Mensetinlifep tfiot-ibut KOflbV-rr little j V At 81r'rly dar I shall'give RTnore 'etrei1ct0
tYaldcti' P mot, siaccrestt 1 then moved adjournment, which was re way before they. become.par titansT They first cd view of tlifs< matter, and show that aa far'as- '
,< Wy heart has Utn'yoyrsVll{ along;.. .". in:the.memory,of jvery' citizen is-the Jectfdye. 31, 'noes,24. Mr, ATCHISOW then see with their own eyes;they',end'' by. seeing 1 public sentiment in scer Ained.the people of

Oh hearts'ot treasures are deareatI utter re'ktesshess, pf the) last Legislature. moved to postpone .llie. bill,.until' to-morrow, ; with the eye of their leaders. There nre men I Florida 1 will not submit to degradation and _
:; E4warct.J o qp'1p"itbjruur': qK':i 'oveVwht'lmtngly' "h1g i ib both branches, when some of the majority seeing the.fixed in the South who have bccom? sd infatuated,I wrongs that' may be fatal ,to' her peace and

t ," t : purpose of the minority, to nter'pose'tbe form, with the:great beads,'to.which they have been rsafety. *
t" made
( ," Wg, rroq.i eA 1.A, : fcaucussiog ld.11'SCI1Ft,4 i> its clean of legislation for their,protection gave lri and nccustomcd-look for direction,that'whatever I .By reserve and 'timidity we, ,jeopard every '

tIindthat i tt tS two tart I t work and'Swept evpry Democrat from officeincluding 'the motion was carried; ayes 25., nbes 23,; and they do. i*."illl'these followers truth and vir ftFung by"n.prompt ,and r solute'expreuion of
It will be borne in : 'MariannojD.J' Pafly,' the ,clerk of the the. Senate then adjourned.. tue. These ixyiy be honest; but there are a set our determination, wo'may save that Union

Lt1C slatjurcf ,of horidX,have .been" >Vhij? .iii i Supreme Court, save ode, whose personal t la the House the day was consumed in def. who are not honest. They uro the men, wholook which wo habitually cherish, and yet preserve .

cbbbkitstlog4, ih. both Houses. JrcYious? to that t true the ucuksed-cvc.r August 9', 1850. their opinions as to any; particular measure;., I '. "r :. :
partisans" ca }' .thin. g and they will not express it, till they havu Ilithertn 'usti.e has been denied
'P octal wertf in' ,.all sorts ol im frc* i In the:Senate to-day consideration, of the us, on ly.because
xe.tpresenttsridne powtr sprung:''from ''e llCU6.] Pary( Judges uercni\ in-! i.Texas boundary bill was resumed and after heard from the central power. The sentiment jt was fctiin our apathy that' wo -would {

.p were 'mida' 1 V oUr bpponents inaled in cavcvss, and 'nothing,.but uncontrohble a long dtbate.during which a variety ofdmendruenia.were must t express, until .its policy is apparent. submit .to.. njlul a. Let us remove,rhis- mi.pprehension '

in durtag \,can,ar>snnd)Jbe rnost,enttcln#hopes, circumstances prevented party machinery I proposed, it wus ordered to a third How will it affect the. state election f How the ,by assert ing.our rights and our determination :
.held oulio jhe ; UCO. r next Presidency ? These ate the ideas of such .to defend 'them at all hazards and 1
"and promises people tnD reading by a vote, of 73 to 24, and finally ,
from pdrtizans and
*.: As specimen'thereof jro gh'c'he| rewardipg P carrying out j i i passed, nearly intheshape in.which' it was J introduced men.. .If these things are the result of the force we shall bring the real tl lU"01Ii'/I-t the abolitionists '
S thorough work. Fellow citizens we 'of political f. it is time ,to their in time I
are i by Mr Pearce. It previous arrangement senses it may [be hoped,
-,fp'lJow1Qjft i 'talicn from the tftbttr of 5th May, n called upon to (!elect another'Lei islnture' I I by the :Senators from'was[ ,our steadily Stale; by resisted (those arrangements should be torn asunder.If to save the Union: Built we'falter Ww, we t
iflJ8tfthQ! Wading Whig job.fnain'thc'/ St te.' men are thus situated from fear or ignorance I. are doomed to fgnominy and. to the
will you act ,for yoUrselvei, or will you further Jeff. Davtej Turney Soule, Mason ,and Hunter : ultimately
t| :". 'After'.reviewing the .prjranizution (of the ? I of Va., Yulee and other uncompromising they'should ibo instructed und supported j It most fearful consequences. For one,' I:shall
trust Whiggerjf I
Vlatetovcrnm Btnn the acts 01 the several ,I .---- ---- friends of thetouiti, while )te, Badger,arid men entertain these sentiments, from design, speak and act fearlesilynrid: IVankly .whatsoever
the'oShercompromiserswere they are enemies to the.South,. and suould,bjxeposed. may be be consequences to mvself/ .
Democratic Leplslature?, in view of the then I Correspondence cc off Itforcnrr. zealous and active ,
WA MINUTO} August, 7. 18M. in'its behalf. It has still ,to pass the ordeal JOHN' BEARD..
elpction, in an ajfeciinnote appeal we know there are men of abilty among U9t, Jacksonville Aug. 185 '
approaching Jn thC, f'nntp. to-i ay, )In bill for thr Rcn e- of the House,and perhaps the still more .J.5ih .i.iSomeideamay"beformed'of
to the people the Sentinel says : mcnt of the Texan hound ry, 'intrndtic.>q 'hy riiid ordeal of the people ot,, Texasbeforo'f It so moderate]that, they'of are this ever. hoping for+I : '
r' MLit them send men of intelligence and patribtism Mr. Pr.Aci.s tAken u ), whc-n Mr. U.VDER- j I l becomes a law, fa'.or adjustment controversy.. They the vast extentof
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let us .wait i ,and,see what Congress will du. emigiatidff'' to .Clilifo'uin,. from'the'fact of
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the 1I 1| ili I the House the civil and
lo LcgiJaburr. *
pot ''mark
inert ttiiule'soinc r in ; diplomatic '
.1 party o'pposi ioli
WOOD to it app ''
; There b. but orio way; to, make CongreSs. do the number of vessels now i in, The Ala .
Ivet f them beware ofcavcuss'mq, convintiomnjr I but before condo) Ian of Ga. Delivered .
which ,
and all the contrivances by iI n"c to n mdtioa tr prtceed with th n very strong and.able
i way ? : of the 508
? have what is just. :u out question to- now lyine'irf the port' .SiinvFroncisc"
interested H k.to the hill i speech against the doctrines of tho President'srecent
selfish and purttzans pro special'oider, foo admission of Califiirnia. ': 'We declare to 'our' friends that Besides the hhove number.the
mote their individual ends at the public cc.pense. Mr Yutrr proceeded continuation i letter on the affairs of Texas nnd New. .hap longer. samefpsiper say
wo' have evidences i in our possession. clear there arc n bout one hundred at Ben ca, Sacra
administration of the \'crn. Mexico It was listened to with marked .
the attention
The 1 wilh rpniHiks -
cmnmpiii :o yesterday in "' ""'
support him of the obtuse mento And Stockton. i
convince intellect
enough to roust
inert for n part, will rost more than one fur t of his proptoij, on to i ub't-tiiute n"'Territorial and a most decided impression. If i its that it i It the settled ipurpase.of the '" ;
the PL')1i. It i is woful expense to provide Govi-inim'iit frar the I ill. he adduced avariety brave words are followed up by corresponding Northern politicans to force.the South to 'th) The lowering nf u l lighted:: lanTp ::or candle
'iq y and place, for c'crrunk panizin who ot farts Oil nrau ems liS to the num I nctiun on the part of the Gl'OrginatiSouth'Carolina concessions: with the avowed into n well or cistern will at mice,decide
ass cleinn to them on Iho Cure of the zenl 1 i ber and character ejf the population represented will soon Jose her distinctive appel- most humiliating contracting the, lino i o.'a ufcty ,whether it il i s-i h tor mat lo'rrnkeho decent {
.1\'i1h'wbich he has nerved his parly-and not Convention which ..lntionof the "Hotspur of the South,*' and purpose by ,
1 in the framed its Constitution our which she is now, uurrounded.. Moral and If.the.lighlexpirr: the m1.n will di .-Ib" linjl,
only l this, it is a $loVmg business to the people, I ,.and the influences under which they sister State will be the leader in the great contest agencies, are nil at: work. A seed fo air which cxtinguishoi use furicerwill..instantIv -
S it incompetent officers are employed, and fit : acted. Tho leading candidate in one of the for equality or independence.,jhowCVLT another there; and which in a fa- I chok ',tho lung*of the Intten, Thamorr-nt
,persons rejected, .imply because they du or l most populous distrfcts f of the Territory which can afford to take any "place in the picture" planted the roots tire striking deep into that he breathes .it hefnint.s and unless immediately
: do hot belong to the jarty. We hoznrd nothing I sent six delegates to the Convention, received that may be assigned to u', assured that tat security will \the 'd.lie expires. '. p

in saying that if the same system of prJit- I but 95.votes, and several from, other districts, when the hour of conflict arrives we" will be the with soil their,and noxious eventually shoots. overrun Now u the tune ground for -- -- '.

'; cat proscription u continued with \\hlctl: tile received no voles ''but huc .own. To show near' "the ftashing.o'h f guns." < -. decided action. Now the time"for'every mutt,' 'Wkyy don't you fix \' travel: .

. State has commenced her existence, the ,uv t the haste with who it -Was hurried through The rots somo excitement in the city today, .true to the. South, to corns' out, and cry aloud.: Ier in the West to a.eF r 1s.< r (v]idu\ ,( rtertain % '.
J. .j ernmentwill be found most unprofitable txe hu quoted from the debai in the Convention consequent upon the arrest, of an Abolitionist that In town and i State, .whom bebfld.'to 1nK':,him- -I J'I'

, Pent+ ,and'unacceptable to the mass -of the :I that t\\'ent-one 01 the, moat imP-Ortant'prois-' last nsgbt;while Attempting to carry off ;):0. 'Wu propose.the, whole South every and, VYett country,the'erlAmc.day.an seJC: into, tue cnruer,4n a 'vain effort lo ttsc<*pe
I 'jfeOplVth' them however, is the remedy inns of the t/on.dutlon were driven throUtb tr jrtegroes one :;belonging in. 'Mr. Toombs :arid'the place in soon there shall be'I' the rain wflich was< pluri in upon hirau )M I

r Let them steadily discountenance: all attempts that body in the coiirso of(wo hours. lie n I so other to Mr. Stephens of Georgia.: "Tne' a rally.of!the, very people Let it be calleda .Its raining;',stranger. ,and I"can fl;'was; the
,,great k
to dragoon public opinion by party machinery stated hint one of the gent!mennov, claiming white man is the assistant editor, of(the National meeting of the, people of'I.the $lave'8tates.Let reply. '. ""I,. I.
-and the political clep-traps by which a seat on that floor as Senator frm California, ) Era,theAbolitionorgan, in this city,and;had few wo'dslbe'spoken-ti single Resolution t"j 'Why1 don't ynrjioit' when it ain't raining?'

the few seek to control the many. Let them addressed a political meeting! at San Francisco the, lft ves in a covered'wagon; whirl was stopped .. bo passedLet'it assert that /he.rig hi.:to hold I. was the next inquiry. .:, -.,.1 .< "?
exercise their own jvdgmnit in the selection of on the evening of his arrival from the United by the police about live .miles from.the ; slaves is sacred: under the C wtitntiun. That 'Why, s'rangur, if.. don't'need fixingJjicn,'
public ofijcers and we doubt not the State will Slates. In six weeks thereafter he was a mem city. They were immediately fired on by the the question ,was settled on .iT e Missouri line. I wan; the' -eply,at the owner of the domicil ;

prosper. Emigration is daily I increasing our her of the,Convention$ andivc!; shortly IIft r. scoundrel and his black proteges, both of I' That jt must remain settled there. "That we nestled cldser'iuio. the corner. ,, s i
numbers and if oar expenses be not IncreD.aI wardselected a Senator, and thusln the course whom were heavily armed.arid the fire,was will nuke further compromise That we I i f', i
I '.'al certainly they need not be at present,)', of six months from the H1 'of'hl"nrrivol"he' returned by the police, and after .the interchange demand: n'no again.2t.agiatlon.s. This UKHAITT Hc-Bifms AID,Wrvxs.. Such is the I
r is the only way to save
"' /The charm nf iberifp/yAtr had its effect United States senat t. Here, Mr. FOOTS rose rendered. During thu,conflict tjtndattfco* botaath'ocqujb.aa the Whigs would and interrupted Mr> Ytn.cs, but the latter declining boy managed.to escape into the,woods, but in havu rights written con.tiution.want experience in- dprnn'e cases, and ,.recommends -
lo yield the,floor, the former with that his flight he threw aside his coat, the sleeve of tlo.ns.V make compromise if bis services to those who, want to get
'edeTrvditlll'therewas" ft Whig, gain Inv recklessness and audacitt\ jjy which he has so .which,was saturated with blood, evidently no tr to ibft broken y, with such easel Suppose -,I rid of an old lore and put on a neyr.qne.

; :the J :&iature of that yea:. :On .Uie next ofteq disgusted and disgraced. tho senate asserted from a. wound: in his arm.: Thu other two they are one staid 1 ridw. litiwjlong will it la>tf :
of theprecediftgeiectifca that "the statement was false." Mr. were brought to the,city, and have, been t The p-'IJer. sfate that themes. distressedmm
'. y af ( &) encouragtxLb the sxiccew committed a longer thn suits the ambition ot soma who, snffer' d.by'theslsle'fi
th.es appeals'(Wnlg anu- YCLIC with n 'prpper sense' of what was due tojuil.Mr. demagogue, who shall. tread,on the heels at'at San.
tohitbwn chnracterasa gentleman, as well Conrad of Louisiana, ,a member of the of Seward and a Hale. We arc in arrest Francisco was n Dutchman who lost his fiddle.
n sic:get r o wedthe country was held up 'ns to.the dignity of the body of which i he was House of Representatives, has been appoin in our suggestion a* to this great meeting and H9 was ptfrfectly l inron-wlable, and through
ittiu t Utedemocrals, but elect Whigs the ted Secretary War and 'Mr. the street crying anti screaming' aUhe of
,, bl a number referred, disorderly colducbf McKennan. trust that tb. Press will.respQiid: Let Uemo- r top
.A tttssttre4;:tmong other things "treI' FOOTE to the presiding officer, who after some' Pennsylvania,Secretary of the Interior., The cratsnnd Whigs Uaionmen, and Nullifierx I t'hit.YQ,: oh f ftddal; rutetWdah, '.. I.. r

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ry M ,above :was over 1 Yctis then proccded whh'hisfcmafks, good' officer.., ,. : that banner which is hurkWiiocTin th mbriu' Datrick. Ytc jaol I, what makes you rftals artet
,"I1 fivea nrla'shbW that'.the controversy between the together the weapons and trophies pt" tbat'rabbit when your gun has DO lock on?'
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\" 1 ST.AUqUSTNEi'Saturday The Sentinel labored from week to week in Uamlln, j, Houston, Hitter$ ; Nome Phelp<, .::8o-: t jlhoao whoso rIghts hnvo bern committed to our S pthcr Sinn'1\y\nt\ -w-w-w aesr.' Add- this California- ,I'j

; k A.'U'C1J4.160. advocacf of the compromise, holrfinc forth ward, ShfeldC Smith,:.Hpruancc, C8turgcon I rQru-fiatll tu 'hu pencu nnJ equality of ihniSlufci ,.llthfPneil... cent,|Bd the fchtmv 19.bricing
Un der wood, Upham, WutoTvWulker, Wh&t. f which we re rt'dor&t-nnJ riant' lend i ifperiftted elfin* :;t
: : -- that the people of Florida were in favor of ii, comb, Winthrup ; ttr.g tip. ,!'jtr ry will? be complete.The 5 ,
: FOR kEPRSENDA2'V.E TO CONGRESS. I in to tbe diiolutlon of .that ConfoUirncyJn ..
r. JOHN iRON so persevering wa our Whig contemporary N f8OIIr.. AEShIsonBarnweIlUutleT, !' :' which the slave holding State have Itt1Y. m.mty to pay for this Territory tom, frost '

t .' __ BEAESD_ ,__, OF CO in its position and ad decided Wa it in its -c1 emens'it.orMts( ,. Duwson, Fuote,punter er: sought more than futility, and in which, the common Treasury, or which tfoutfctra lUlu .

f The friend* of Mr. $T. D.-- -i p assertions that even some calling themselves ,.,Kihg, Mawn. Morton, Pratt,Rusk,. &..*, I they will not be content to remain with lesi. pay the greater por ol1. Shame on that SOIU ..tJor''
pAPY bastion
: announce Soule. Turnev and Yufee-16. .5 J. 311. Maon
t Democrats claimed it man that wpuljyottmony to
I the effect the
4 him as the.expounder: of rain Pi.
as a candidate for the office Messrs. : cfhiicountry. ) .
of Register Pearce Mangum. Dayton'Clay R. ). Hunter Virginia.
t of Public Lands. '.: .. I Ii I will of the,people Florida.: Fnthcrjlitchie, Clerk, Bowland,and Badger, were absent. S .' A-J; .ifBurlcr, Our Senators Mews. Ynlce! anJ Jlortoa ,

: 'i ', ,--- -- was addressed on the iicrnsion and the Sen Tho minority asked leave 'to prsent their R."D.: /Barn\\'eU. South .CarQlmn;* -r deirrve the thanks of their cc'titu-nt9 aaj the Jit:

t .;.Alte, tioapeinocrals!! tinel demurely received the plaudit.- But .lo protest which after sorna considerable discussion .",. II. L. Turney, Tennesset*- j|",01',o whole South for their reaataace to uu4 5 Bill. _

;I ', ', and behold! what have we heret at the re warranted .t'jnour. Soutlihave :. Pierre Soule, Louisiana. ajJefferson t i\ v THE TEX H .
Notice. as a Well the Davis. Mi.- ;. Thc first draft of Mr-PxAaot'-i ''
:: sissippi! / .g r bill for t,
[ :' & UleetlOff ofh; Democrats. of Si. JoHns cent Leon county Whig ${feeing: for tbe norm obtained q" / vr al14 here is the pr1oJtest. -: ;.David R.. Atchison, Missouri. S the Texas boundary, his alrbiidy beta settling _
;i l 10.* Cottniy.Jaulie purpose appojauug Dtltt&itt: tion nf candidates (be Legislature, we'bavc \ "' -. f j Jackson Morton published. The bill!! passed the Senate with, 1. '
[. t I toUM lobs helJon Tuemlsytbe 27th. 1 the tollowmjc lutions' introduced by Joseph PjWEsT; pRB.3ENED J?J'TIf S.ENATE. D. L. Vulre, HorUa ... ._,.,-;..:. _. out material modn'cation. The following w tia .:

: I Boralnale a thfchojwr'C,DJwat.'James(lor Riz, Esq. Piculata the Geni4 to CLisby and vnanityoutfy adopted) by the, Meet. We, the undersigned Senators,' deeply i in- .f Senate.Cliamber. 13th Aug., 1950. 's c. i&r 'definin\'lhe' b'ith&irT'' '*>-* *3 {

*& '*5?*>iy. waUllk'11'1.ce.Rrpresentauve' at i PH7 to O'dcfcV8 l- ing.-viz; pressed With, the J importance of the 'occasion The only hope how JS ira the Jlouspijf Representatives. .J.be Stab uf Texas will agree thit her ; 1
boundary the
'.S ening l j at the ujutl place, a gem-Mi' attendance is Rtftihed, That as a tori;, of pctilemcnt, we I and with a soernn' sense oflbe reaponioility .If tha Members there >Hand up point at which on the north meridian shall commence nlifo
rtqt1tllt4, under which we arC submit of one hundred
I a jing, respectfully
prjfcrlhe cleiir, f jmplccnstilijtinnn} doctrine to the Resolutions of the Soutn&rn Committee decrees west from '
1 is
; 'JQII* .M..rONl'\rESrrrT' the following, P1Qci, & jinst the bill admitting I Greenwich inzersecterty. ',
I : g 10mocrauc.{ Extuuuvr (.urnwuei... tfnon-intrrrrntion h by Cungres tlie holding that Cpn Califbrnia' asn ,State into'the Union' which will be found under.the head ot "$a&Acm -< the parallel of thirty.*ir4cgrees1lbirty; mifiute#
I rt'ss .
L 24th: A' 1850. jo power over s'uttjpct ijayepy, and |' Carta in of north !latitude and shall;rutT-from said ._.
that it
in jibe Sqjs or Territories Ahcr request may be entered upon the Magna our paper to day we point
\ e tq restrict due west ttJ the toieridian
u:. Latest and circumscribe it by Wilmot Proviso or toe ; Journal of the. Senate. We feel that ft is nolencurh.o 'bc live they wilt) ,suceed in averting the awful I three cforje, bnndredand
: ftom tvv. degrees? west] ftom Grsenwjcb
.. : have
resisted thenca
$ in debate alone n bill ;
xt y'nd:it .by guarantees nnSJ rec nilio Js.n'mg pe* which will jncyjtably follow r her ,
consequences shall
:i: .t: p bjli. i to wthbtith Territorial Govern. the one, we cannot admit the other and so fraught with mischief to the Union and the boudary run due south. to &th.9 thirty!
from the a'dmission of her second lallhid
California with decree
north -
States wo" <.t "
with present cncQ
nil the tbe'sdfa
; &" t w c .un willing that should beavsunird which pp#sent, re- .
,1flfltq1brj' o inclu4iriic' purchnteremark lira a principle' plu.Ucl
/ ) ofthirtY-Jwo, at'itt"the
\ limits. fail erces
I rourees Rt.an-umeiit) hichwe-poseued, but .Iljtyey Georgia Mnndasplemo- >| norlhJ !
: U.
or a cufnblished ibis
j H b" ; 4 1 r I ts pr l rr* Nf.." niAMf4t liwa.JwwiH mtMia* wt channel of said river to.b Gulf
f Winthrop *utiqjiiw4n.' t few Jo *tt%> QJ eii-! '..
) future attempts..ef' Congressional I inlerferonce. rtjce4& ffi ccrgini),,>re pot tbe boys tJ4'-*co, .
*, ii4 ibrcourM) 'ufwliich': he intimaudr The South asks "let "'I carp.and.toMsle-ity, whfch:even :I injlsmosf "* '
; 'sinfpjy' bc alone -
; out) She will fmt} South Carolina vIWlie This lin&Rives Tcx&s
t1l1 i his intention lu \ for the Wiling, Proviso that .fclaycry' should .bo l left where tHo) consti- distant generat/pns'/ feel; its consequences, < ,; 40,000 squara
I'J' if ) hI ion hus to l ave.ln_ wtiDl8ver forrn may be st1ro1.e.m assistance and we believe the Southern States I mileap.t tejrritory taken from her by Wr. Clajr'I : *-. "
i. Jpft t distinguished
presn1eI I .And"welt jays
'bill ft;
tJ t tAil bill. aid
: ; .tpressing t ( cjnidergd. 11,.&
and J-rpuJ. h
9 enduring, a nerr)6rinlof) : opposition generally .including our f Iprida wil;) by
r. .b 1 ( l stnieumflp, that 4 eingje step beyond the CDn- qur OVQ much IhAt
rU" : betttrthan
.. ; r OlJld At f dir;nl.do. )SI, IIt|Minion plqscsqpngrezsintn unlimited field wjfyich we ijave made to this rneasuri, and stand by them.Trqqble. prpottIu- n(mba
; of bill
tkqtip,ray give ttl'a tto the (:oniitirulion ofpowpr of tgei reII'.qfls bYwhj!b'we? hare beep govern? progfeU the repeated attempts were
of New1. Mexico.' ,:rr recently wnt.. here? by her .ilexohrd. Thai,nltb u&h.Pfc/Jsr//ng/- // ,the principle .ed. ,upon thp'pages) 'fo',
p.acple. ,< | n n.-inl.eyunion, ; osn basi'sor SIte- sq ; coming down upon the Unite ; this nxxlifkauioawaau
a After adJition-il : S rm-nt,'wo,arc yet willing for t tr/d/ sake of union I Senate niay jjavo} an 'exUtense, we desire' Ip Statc due to the Merchants propos4 fblow! .; ,
.It-kitr: tli:1 1feIJir.rQls'. and place the rrasons,>upon which'we are willing for reparation I a1.-lloup/ BlAdw! radbttqr, Cteae
hnnr.nny r.n & ubJectt.acquihce in
q 5' IMr- Intoa! ,vz I to judged and and or eau, in e Clarke, CooperDa is cMauacbuseusDcd ,
.I c I \ 1IJccJ\'JI; y any plan of a'djmtment'which the South generations living yet to or11!Jay re consequence uf l tfcd
J ; .i' may of Wucon
3ft: : I idetrrmine.upcn; ,and:that we, earnestly invite come, for pur opposition. to a. bill whose consequences seizure pf fifteen of their vessels, by fheerniraent l KOV- ; of.kwa, E._, Htl<*n,' '
bOYFLAS'" uIl4iIcz4 ,_ liD Greene,IIdml in NorrU Phelps,toward SbieUb
'n n.1p" be durable and ,
; ) .
jq may portcntiousas
Ittf...:. ", Y I' u "Union of the South. for the sake of the Union"Itb.e pf .the Unhed States, at San "Francisco. Smith,Sprupnce. U0u0nrood :
i I '. /d make it 'aD.object of deep interest to all > ypb&'\V'
| institution .
and .
those common'riJhts .
.1! : .'U, ,1)TE; no.ved.tk iWt who I ;m.ny) come after us.'yVe .. l' S. -. . 5 Walker and WJDUu' ". 5 ,
:i "' l N w prQsq ;hnt 2 and interests ,which link us together .ns fellowoitizcns. Najrf.- Measn Atchooo. '
I : JSamtreQ
:, ) AleJieo liaye dissented from this bill because it Btrfgtr, &.
": !UI"OII' I :I4a fTCIIItS hcf'C'J" ;Ij" nd. "Lct there be no. strife bptjveen us, the CpSoqthern Magna teuton rrenv, Bright, feutr,'CCM,Cteoieta,Dati .
1t ; r a1e. she kflalj t bo n, iPitttd: for .we arc brcthr t.ith.z: -:. ; .r without ,xlavery W. / 19 the unauthorized action of A,por- notice '
her We last week J
con' published a
I Here renarknbIo telegraphic H oojt n,JJoater. g',Haaoc,JIfortoa,P t
Utiiliuii, mny declare. I IK a dc.losprc-the; corn of inhabitants of lch ; ,
California, brY'
'. f. tiop
I : A.IQp defeated. ; of a caucus which had been held by f he NPutJa- 8.butii nJooJe,Starfeon,Taraiey,Wteb.ia4.
Wbou-ouldhave aiscriniination
utfKJjfx*: rqeycd the insertion of tho Jet promise thought aa.. quious. js made against the Yulep:28. S '
f *
fencm pru.vtoo inhibiting slavery, wh) d ,was that:a/?/ this i time these, wjiigs! were'deceiving, property pf the ljfteen) slaveljpjding! } Slates I ern Mpmbers in the. flouse of Representativesin i. Tljefiil proposed S to fire Tea miUioBa of doDIIafor

l "i., &fJiT< **, ST 25-ns Io1Iow-. 1 the veil is 1 ,removed und our Whig neighbor* of the Union, wrp) are thus deprived, of that t i! Congress, at. WhIch/ a comniittee. jyas.appoin eorueotiog to the above boundary, the oof bait .T- ;

': : : ?!Ai"7-T' *** Baldw n. : 'ABE THAT position eqijaljty wjiich'the Coit1tutinn} sq fed to d/lerminppna plan of action inpasethe.rnajority which is la.ttorart*riaUy ,PP'Pr4 to the Htit&C ,
i. < fe.: .t9pt.'r"' IIV snfI4sg. DodJJurBwtpJSX JMTfTLLIIJO -f pISClP:E SHOULD'BE manifestly designs, and which constitutes lljeonlyjureoud the should tofoVce lion of thce debt for whIch the "..,-, ..'tacsottttw
,; of rjouse attempt '
OteflC.I1uJ' ; "aralln., Wili.r ,N.rri ASSUMED OB, A fBECEDEKT ESTABLISHED. TillVITAL viable foundations which. this of Texas was origiBallr pledgttf. .." .
t Snri5*ieldx. "P"u.n, *' SUBJECT, WHICH M 1,001, ft IKVOXEp XO SAJTjCTJOJI Umqn can repose. S i the admission of Culifomia, wjth'i J fl.!" present The foUowiag are me ycsa add aaysoa the ajtssxt ._

'r ; \ gMlb'; walker,1Wbit-1.:; : I I FUTURE ATTEMPTS AT COSURESSlOKLrHTEBFEBEKCE. I Because the right of the slavcbolding State I bo undaric*. of the bill ., .. ,L\7; :?

rRl NAvLfesvs.: ;Atchisono Dldger .eIl Jon p.qmmonn equal l enjoyment of e'ter-. The 'deliberations of the pommillep were Yeaa.-Means. Badgrr ell.Scrrien, MialiRfJ.
Benton .
? *D, Casi. I, What Vas the Clay jbpmpro/nise but bright,Ca_ Clark .
CliasCocsDieet. '
D&vii tbe Union
of' Mia*. ,__'.., ritpry L of ess been defeated by a sys- Mr -
"f'} tlo'cDo4cbI. Footr Houston, Huntrr Jonrs*ryugc, vn'I congressional interference It ,was :fl/i. ,tbiqg tcm of measures which, with'out' the authority unanimous and through their jGhajrman sachn-tt>"Daft.'Dieb DadIt.oI I.s, Poui'

,i ['S Manjera, Maaon, Morton, I'ratt, Kiwk Sebastian King', else but non-interveniion.' fear tim day of precedent of law or of the Constitution' Tuombs? reported -tb41 follov. ;j.pLioi J hut Pester, Teleh. Fool. !(7r* Brr Uowtoo. Kfflff., i.ai '
UIeStur,0n1 I I which S ,Phelps! J.S2ieds.!
Underwood were adopted. prnet "
and Wales. contrived that and I "
t Mr. is past, for non-intertention. The ife.tly for purpose, .
; Dickinson,said he hail.ptirrd off Demoprdls (.we-'I1" njtist$ and should I ReIOlud That no citizen'shall be 4eprivflis I roD, Wale Whiuomb. and Wlaaarsp-u. "
with) Mr. 1 J.
ngl'Cl sanction
Seward,who in the mperlime, forth. in II Nij .-Mftirt.Atcbi-co,AWwb.t11a wtdBeI.
stepped ) stan Q bf
was necessarily absent "f//s// : hejudemc
froBi law: In Iff
he wotrtd'-vote in the ,. lyor ) becorrje) a sanctioning this 'of fi', lib rt) .or pmperty, excpRt ton, Bat.t.. CfcaMr Dam oiadpL -
Mr. Hale moved negative.' .- non-intervention! by .Conjtre s.nnd ;nj t Q.I11) Hwo Rf"surp.cthisOoyernrncrit will admit.althV t fJnis peepWf Jh.fa ysift t1e 1.and VVtacoaaia, Ewing Haled llaattr. s Dodjef "

i 'Wfrttinsdeto the tha fame amendments' which ti more convention,, lojd} down ,their platform )n J3 In habitants of i it* territories, whether and ;hat the cqmnTop'laWj ?? J1 existed'in theAm'pcsn I S ward. Soolc,Tvraey,Uaderwood* Uphajo.MW-rf=.= 5 : .,
Compromise1 S *' W4'l. t
.t ,lbCfrfiat.: of'hka, C, on,his motion, exitrndiag the following r 'eJ "vr Wslent!; whet..er lawfully or I ( Colonies' oh the f tjj Jury; I'nR, and ker, and Tnlee-20.fline .

1 &",ud providing for the rpu to the.alleged "That all langungt'r i nIap7 ftcAupy/.n/ ? the ?ffle may form the Copstiiul'oijl'and; laws of the Unitc states thembove waa writtta'W, !lean 1t1.TdiCraphic .
/ -jpf slavery to the 8oprme Court carrying,which ol the Question made r'I a Biaie. wltbam the previous,authority of law, | a applicable atjr territories, shall be the fundamental I&ew.of the M mirj'.laat this bill hat pa.4 .
to ixoucc j
: Their remains was adopted. co.E51o; jnSeferejoilh questions !ilbq ut, even the'part)?ir! security pf n territorial law of territories. the BOGie
I i I 1 iiltive siar now before. the'Senate. bu't. the ruI I. of! slavery, or .to take incipient steps -in relation I r qrganlzatipi) rorrnerlr ,by Con Jre". 'itb-, fl. ,K o/M ,Tiiot IM the event that the non- by a majority.of .50: Tbe rote art toe
I J Bill. A telegraphic Df-patch to th ? New th rein, ire.calculated to lead to the m out. any 'legalcensus orptfjerefficient) evidence ali vebqNi g it 'tes.bject..thus'to put the'4ite given,,ttf'ore .canaottay h w ta/h Yori1Ier1d :
.' nyst1j f al| the bills ijayy been laid up and dansemus and that all 14rming'l\ -their v.q -gthe number. of citizens. nee- liberty and property American citizens under Member. adored tolb dr-Ma&CR I...Ttaipon* .

&eT4ifr in th Hooae, and nothing. will.;bf done ronseqifncts; e r1Iq niuthorje.1he representation" fhJch American law, fce; will insist upon a division The f bill Iffl't bat rrqal-ct th* aJgaatacf SwPrf

: 'fi1 : 'I; there ..|tit;;ftrr the iYiI and Diplomatic fort kate\ n intritallf ,tendency to diminish tAt ,'Ib ?;lcl4l W' nd ll6oQt any thNeJ fafe.1 of tbe country on tbe. Jjnc,wf JR-30, with identrand the uictifthpe4t&ofTraIp

t, ,; '" tion Jiildisp
!: ;" I_. ------5 .S and"permanency "the Union, and ought not to'beitoltftteriaiietil I bti.provided by I hw and ybich) 'nre. al1 jy in _IQres. Navy, will be,.rtlietrd' 7l riS 'tGen. .
'j J .; MARION COUNTY ossertain the true sense of peope| ; It I will I 1 I 3. Rfiotred That we'will npt ,ole for the BU- rtstrthe -
byffjiy frjfnd if .
\ ? ourpoliticalinita that refused of un Ihp Sontbernboundary Seott will' bare thm w pat down the Scsati.
: Tho Whigs have h'O. Congress haying to prp-{ mifsion Cal/fornia/ ;en? "
nominated John Bjq-tf. foV twion.pp n thw.Plot. for stood Gon. CBM i ".
1 : ni: vide u government, except ,upon the condition J Jof be're rictmJ tp tbp parallel of 36 '
f 1 ,_ '; reelection to ,the Lower. IJousu, .*%? jpeinocrats L and thepemocrticpirzy tluringrthe last Prerdentiul excluding slavery by law, the Executive. 30 nolh *titude. S (CF'fhe Prcs4efll3! Mcg e Q)

i'i have. not t yet rna.de their noin/pmlon.; / : congrcfs>- thi! non- nprVrnt'on' wasthtqfTpcscdty branch of this Government may, at its qwn I j 4. 'Ht.gluJ,1hat 'we will not sercc to any 8y nopsu of the 8r ica of 4/r."8ttf&et. of
4 :| ; NASSAU d iscressioflInvite such inhabitants to meet in boundary between 1eFipd New Mexiai I
i the 'iM'
t. CPPN K. ig'J.they succeeded i in Georgia. ,,(4 'Yaw) ia fihti*cf Rtprnsnl
convention under such rules it its Jo jo. ewMexico
as or S any
agents top
Coorije Stewart | proposes '
: i Vhg has been nnminn .i bya tKeir opposition and.llhp danger consequence* may prescribe, and to form a constitution affecjng :. portion of territory couth! of lje| parallel of 30deg. !ittj.on the Pritident* rreAt MUlti rtla&n ta

: h : I .Origer Pelingt-andidare for the House.> for the. No leSi0ns portiycd in the Dtmop/olic plat/brm;/ has cpme ;; not only'} their own. righ'i but those .. 30 min..north latitnd and west of the, Texas,fcaJctn frost plartocton News.) :'.

I i/.tiia"I nl ,yet been made, by the > upon us p tho endnnpe/ng/ tin 'stA ility; and, also of fifteen elites of' the Confederacy, by I] 1ioGrandenortu'iR1ttf! the territo Mr. Stephens, qf Gfrorgb, haTiogtbo, floor, j
: J i 1r. .Vkigh o against Mr. .- perniiiiiency oflflp Union. i including territory with the purpose of excludjngthpjB l r*question. 'nrjtu-d [lhaV in der the pojftltutioo and laws,. t
., ,c- 'mq? Stewart for! Had tlje n/j -in'tenentian; position fanen spp. States from'jtsehjdymenlj,and without 6.' &1Olutl That the eprnentaUrea or the tho'.; 'anP-UL ty .
l f rienda "ie-t?'Ve9r can do and it beat him, and his ported in due .znon nn4 the South rith un; regard to tljp') natural lithcss of boundaryor 8111Yeabqlding' Jatea .wUI resj4 by aU)! usual IegislatiYo authority iw, Jfllpy? ref'dd.bUDO".t

again nnirnity'tu t od it, hare the which should and pN1.titutl.or.a1 mean" the I\dm tQ54kln jno
; upon we would hadnorijiern allY'of Consideration country, ) ,
COLUMBIA __ ._._ .,_
pg'iU'.t.,1 ihm
COUNTY.. nll,es* nh/Jl the) pos/tinn/ would have p ropcrjy" d / !rn.DfJ the' limits pf a Slatn.-It "lull: Ifl r.L IOC f ini 5 Ul V"HJWlliM* wi'f* IMW uuu,11.I trnc'nt except when th#if es'-cution is obstructed *

Tho U diet have prewntt-d flenry C. JVil-I secured us in l ih'e enjoyp e/its/ pf pur prpperJy will also admit that the convention, thus called of the Texas boundary tout/.- $ **UlemcuLf t he judicial l' 'procecdfnftTS. After an Z.irat0a -

S 'n ''orjhe. nate, and David frown aba fixe- and in our right. into exwtance by thp Es.pytlYC inay be : I ;the territorial qutlt_ tion! 'of tho erounda dun by the President ,

i t )del \Ye k*, for the House. But alas! we thjnjk it J[s f.no''latey-Southern paid by him out of tbe fj ds of tue United 6. Be it/urlher rewired That the) powers and j at/Ye' to tJ;fl law of JfSS, fyt cont aded that' ,

i We gave |Ji&j .theDemocrp\ candylates Whigs come to u', whep things have gone too States without the sanction of Congress in duties of;Ihe Commiitcc; offiiteen be continued J[he law did not warrant the conclusion irrjVed

I. in tnn county lost week. ,ar.afler; jCpngress t/jrou/ ?'iheir conduct has I violation not only of the plain provisions of until the funricr'act'o-i of the mecingand that P t by the Message. Nojuilicial tribunal'i lad

j. been induced interfere, and when we are theConstitutiun, but of those prin iples of obvious tho Chairman; Oflh'Commitlcl', by the concurrence been tabfished itt w-Medro'and he asked
$T.iOHNSJ .AND ?PUTNAM which would forbid act of tiirw rncmlwrs thereof atany whether! it .
COUNTIES. /n tbifJ PP/ti/ #; fynfterintervention becomes propriety any j any may was legally riglt that a m.n should
'f The conm/rncy VVbigs, wo learn, in their necftaarjr/ rii9fEcnoii and when nonintervention 'calculated to make that convention dependent time call a inr-ctiRg of the: representatives be: sho for'doinj: that for which he-couIJ cot '

: ',onvenion at Picolalo on Tuesday last nom '' j II"1- constitutional l stand. Noni n- ppon it; 'and I last, but pot least in the scries : uf f the slavfh6lding! States. be tried-for doing that which wa not defined

I i inated Gen. Benjamin Hopkins nf Pilatka ter'.tlftlqn t jli>no compromise at all no adjust of measures which thin Government must I These resolution like ihe Lca leI English by law as,rt' Crime! Inhere be no Taw, force .

their candidate fur the Legislature In their mtnt.-nnd we ask if this in not a singular adopt and sanction in passing this bill! is release Magna Carla, speak with firmness and determination run;; Te.xa, should go into New-Mexico it could "

i ".. .n, selection) $ of Standard Bearer of JVAvnrm/ pbs// ? for individuals to take who have beensupporting ; t oft he authority of the United States by the j and enunciate land marks if adhered be no crime.-There is,sai l be, no court then
i hey certainly have been cona _tcnt. Judir- the, "Ojay compromise."? Executive alone to a govcrrmient thus formed, :0 trY 11 man, and can he be rightfully shot
.: 1 ing from 1 part ct..tbey. nve not been quite Has i the arrived and not presenting even sufficient tvidence of t J to of Southern action! which will hereafter be down g fur dump that for which he cannot fcar ,

.,wif9rtunateinTi; llfltY. The/ (n is fresh time/ which tbe Sentinel its having the the Assent of a mnjnrity of the j ,cherished as 'sacredly as i is the Magna Carla cf raigned b'fore a Uibunal of his countryr How .

; S tWtnei, people, laden wiii) honor .and" nticyeiircingclectionccrtT predicted on tlje fitb March last, in these words. people fur whom it was ..dc'igned.Vith n I old. Unless Southern Reprtuitritativcs deviate could,the President say thatthertj. i is no pttof

I '. 4 ., he is the strongest ,BTTBE, TIME. IS TO ALL HUMAK AITEABASCE FAST view of all these considerations the undersigned and exas In New-Mexico, if ne docs not un. ettafcr*
here made
the cannot
r nuui of their.Darty, was badly bchicn in the .,COMIKO winEs f: HET WHOSE MrtUESCE HAS HEBETOF01E are constrained to believe thru: this I they' 'o decide the line? .

1 'I'i' coumiw for, eimtor in 1846, and) the Demo BEES TO COOL,TO KUTIAtlf.TD UozD BAa, Government could never be brought 10 admit will not veto for the California sent tu ihetn After adverting to the silvery question ,

:' cnftslong! expecting him are ready for nnothcrcomctt. wi1. TAE THE FRONT RANK 15 THIS BATTLE a State presenting itself und:r such circum-1 t from the Senate, nor can they vote for Mr. Aid ha would declare in the face of day and of

I.; ., ; ;{$Dp are working well in this WILL BEfflE MEN TO | BE FBABEDy UfLISHT1MELT srances,if it were not .for the purpose ot ex-1 Pcarce's Texas bcundarytill; but on J fb<; contrary 'he sun, that he would never ncknowled e a I- .i iegwnee ,
the iWflg PEACE MADE! the peoplo of tho 'slav buldin Statea [ to
county ? finding themselves J3 eluding a Government
cone }
r. arrayed ugaic'the
; they will have t to resort to every cxpedi.ent .
-- el: their leaders havo nil opnor'utiity of settling! with their i ii&pertv : nnd
from serial
resorted to personal prnptrty order of the South tineYoqfcl
jour citizens think that ;
whg has
tjrne I
; arrived
known to Parliamentary I l\v to' defeat
< "buIe'hrind bills and placards : Ufokipvthat in that Territory. repeat, that ,no people the
.: with I more decent of their party,' tni.course : .wo n'Joice, that they hp awajcenedfn Becau.se to vote for a bill passed under such loth bills. We hope and trust they will remain nnmt of frt.Tincn, wooU submit deserving lo be kicked; _

111 is much duapprov d, and;,as .is usual.1 ): )m ijjj! ,tj letl.argy; 'nnd ifUiey pro "tajce the circumstances would be to agree to.a principle firm, und if they do, we bclle've they will ant frainplej! upon -Seven million of peop ,

j .I'. : ., '!when such ibinssr&rpsqo4' .##&& tocoll j-BO ''tAK&tnAiflattie". we ask some assurance whicH'maypxchide forever t herc-attcr' us it does succeed. !fr. CaLelt,wo?'ono of the < oinmittec in the South were nnt sU easily conquered.waj J '
4 upon tim aolors. If i U It flnytfralincation to1 f that the Democrats will! not in ,time ofnrecI noWrChehtatw represent from all enjoy for a jrentlonwn of the Nortkia eJ'Lna
>: *.- $ menl'of the territory of the Union a that reported ,these .resolutioas, and from I he. value
l rr oia/spleen,we sayvjolfce ,cliquo go a head'Wf cemmon, of the Union lIe Jl Jonei so atiatS1 '.
be left os'lbey were in the Nashville equal rigliis of' theronsiiutjonihe ha Jc from him't 1t he U br .
ri '-and 1rust, our brotHcDcmocnla will keep principle' which destroys : 113 repprt opposed himself! nnd it xvaa for otb T?tu count* !
t at tnrlr work and let ttp3P lolfw "Clay CftmfTomise bill," 1 for that bill L, the result will herenfter. Ueaid ihc.

' i' 7. pick turnup themselves, .vtlinco writing thol "UIIO.of. the' South for tbe lake or the Confederacy the equal dignity, of those yrbgm *; .did not mlrict the Southern bqundary of California mentality of the Nort .ontbet'tl.jfct orslav 'f
above a Hand bill signed '"Juan" has been South" what aided they represent as men and as citizen in the eye 'rvaC nothing
pcpocrats '
J is Jim by buiquarrclling-rWith 't.lm haJ '
fi title to the parallel of 35J 30, nor did it ad*,
and tbeir lo the
the law equal God
i. placed In fjor.hahdsjfcr .bich a labored but in tbe of cc'j for W'\V 2* an attempt Jw.a. Dai
i' i I most impotent effortjs made to do away with i whigs invited({ Nashville convention, and) ion of tho Government and the Coa*titlJli just the territorial t question in such territory as beinj;different from what hut uuiker; hajjc '

k4 S. > )the insult of "l tse pcmocraticus' of Mullet I, we hail wilh hearty good cheer the .mottp adopted Because' all thp propositioti*, have been re- { i it proposed to. cede from Texas to New Mexi ed i im .He then commbnteil.ir much: Yefl'

j rCeve'f'U? our respectab/e/ nafive population} by.our Leon county Whigs, and. wo will! jccled j whch have been madu to oltajnit er | c o. o. tyupoii declaration byiM;.U.,J1tP"se that '

p by an' unmeasured bcjpajjerjjig ,with pral,l. 'file.off to'the: right and left whilo they march a recogptlon| of the right of the sjfuveholdin \ wiis, pcti1cnccand amltWfl peferiIet l I

Pmdinga miticp had beep made in) that 1 attack through the procession to take \bQu front Rank"in States tq apbmmon enjoyment of nil the torri Texas Qne tiol he extension i slavery! iutQil.iex.cvrlcs. / '1trrit '
Thp Boundary .
fair division .
jthfy Wow strive: w'nusle'ad} by 'ov ;- tony of tbe "United matcher Lisa : .
< ,
I Brought display of afeetnn> the Insulted.. j anytan of adjusSjncnt which the South may of that) territory .Between the sluveholding ,From the following proceeding! in Con grcM it>il L '-( S

It will' ,however bo no go-they'will rfnd 'hat; ., ,determine upon and ifthca rurtram* intervention' and non-sjareholding States.of>he Union;every b s Mea that I bill reeciviig the taoctioq of the Tex Condensed ,Speerk tf.Mr .Ife-rini,, (.WW S
those!'who* feelings they tbu > should fail will unite with effort having (ailed .Y biph bas been madeto .'
those who the
I rhntonlyoutirat wp the II Senaton hat paued the Senate. Cpp-rrtw his California ,deUrered.in &a Senate JM
fair of
iiu'iioibeso obtain division territory prpos-
!" Immagine.-1 Hi'! -$' cosily.>, tchecdled',* 't ,* as. Pt-f they f ifijf fcthepisn to ,be f tared" ed to be brought a as the State of California. ought and Tezst ha. sold to it. the Uitputcd tir,- August, ItSQ'gteke*from ti*..CA-irluftjJ

4 ; I., .: .' '?' : But, I.lasflj ffe dissent} from from this bill, ritoror the ram of 1 en million-of dollar There' The qeit1of14hegtben'ro enresajaglA!
k 4 LalifopIa Bill. and'solemnly prptest against iss possvgc, because is .0 provision or guarantee that this Territory.ia not; bill lor third.rcadftjg, &t. TrieQcokt -

: I r. ,MM I up driver more, running fro The fie na eBiJl 1! foVthe admission of Cal j )r. ,' in' sanctioning measure so contrary to to be erected into Free toil Territory or' State-'' fbxar and made n: powei/ul speech fctt I

; !I'l ;'; : u.- '[ : /.. ,(tipOmiibfls. -, .1. nja) as.a Statp' wit!} boundaries fixed, wjt 'oqtautbnrity spirit former arid precedent intent of, the to Cqnslitution obvious policy of the to United the Teias aa a Foreign State baa a right to lien her territory r.. He argued present..bat'tn clrcuaatances mtssiontcawc,1under ,
: would bt
;" '", '.. Since the wreck. of, the Omnibus it is quite d ,cover;>'< njl .Pacific.coast passed States for the purpose of excluding the .. but when h. eapiralatea at i1t e expen-e oft IC ton deptirtuN tn'UIJSlatiYil *

t amu, I.inj;'to\behold the actio. of jhe-pa'ssengers' that body on the Utlp jnstantbya voto-3| yea) slavehslding States from the territory thtw to otdafo. a mere mercenary considerajion! wt think of the last'sixty y ah.&Q4 iigp4fu ajcd
from : 18 nays.-Mix Senators from Slave holding! erected into a State, this government ef the renders but poor return for all'.he'nffpI ted tr.10 pat*, jn J eJ;..coqJW.and to deli: -
: thefiiti the
p.4 crii.
Wbowould, ha ye. foctd&arestht the exclusion slavery from she hafrheretoforr receive*. lion 'uoulthq
'.' States ijill.: The protection people pf CfcHfornM.8JuJlla7
; vptins91
M: P :jf f. !hdujhtthh !(norlda enfincl! and that tlje : following, the territory of the United State is arjobjept S ..8hoed! .Fne. State. be..eatablithed. ... on thcRi I revucd her boundarfes thefebr/obtiatfa,; li
j > >urtion of the Whigs ,of ) ic the.vote, so high and important as to justify a dlregard'notonl appreheMlonordantf. .
(\'( j papcr'is, Grande.roantng-aa far Soiith as. te 32 parallel oils t. He aestriterfecl
A. !the 'ortan, while! to all appearance, snugly 1 I'. YEAS-Messrs. Baldwin, Bell Bcnton Bradbury of all the principles orlOUDd' Ihy S .,we w..w look npoj; it, aa the the course which *." ,II.
:!; | seated and riding tbe "Clay Bright, Cas:*. Chase, Cooper. Davis I of but also ,of the Constitution itself. Aganst this eomrneocemeni t sue In'cue tha billIIlA'l., .: M )
: compromise were Mass. Dickinson Dodge of\Viscousin. Dodge, cbnclution must now und forever protest. of a line of fltatea op wjr iVeatern frontier whielistoKnreas t that tha&fJiOD cf.CQ ,r.bu41'W I1_

:4't '; : as usual, but playing. possum? I of .Iowa. Douglas, Ewing. Fetch, Greene al as it is destructive of the safety and liberties of a refogt for runaway staves! frcra ii haS a would obviate the nwritity tt tbiar coafcmj

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: 1" Yitl \ We' .had 'the grafiika'timi recently of visit.if Claimants ol Bounty Land. ether firearms, quibi. Urtekeieombostible u
.i hobo I l' LM \t" the north, tensof tbousandi. of dollar might ... thk Fi.:ctory4ituatfdui? $"lutla.Rivt"r. THE. UNDERSIGNPD proposes to i>'tuin and Infiamable 1nstrsmentirlalswhhinthelirnjsofthecjty !' i
,, ,9UI be realized and ; for claimants of St.Aut .
ld.resolra ;; by making this agreeable utJr.Culurnhiwt and of in4JWC1ill 1i!; opfrw- fur lands all who
iff sscrfuv apd profitable will be entitled tbel'\1.o'UDderthe Act now before Sr*. 1. Btit rdtintHi tIe Mayer.*. ; d I
Industry Miiti-Tre-n il
employment spleie ot. tion.*. Tl i$ on the lave labor or
Umnto1baL act, then tht. Union was j .
,gone shall have m / #.city of Si Attguttou, in CtuncU :
when the
orere ,. lla argued that u Unnm. $ raainninc; : of your citizens. The rrn&Jl pwns on tho j Hvntem; rui operators in the,establishment but and Congress become law for same the moderate njru psfeod c/ bled. That from aid after the paua e'of this iCaancc

by force was never contetnplated' by the fra- !. lower Chesapeake and the suburb of all the :j b'lack The Superintendent and, Overhwr* FIVE DOLLARS a for,each Warrant When otntamed. it shall not be lawful' for any person.r t :
Constituiiyn. and, .aJk-r relertin/( are white, andofreatVxpriaueem manu! soas, ,
mete of tl\o systninrd djecktrge.or niT any gun of guns or o.
large towns thus built! and .
with high encoinium.i to Gen. Hcott, he said arc up facturing. Tlieynre principillv train the er fire arms within the Chartered tinuts of aid cii) *. '
that although cruwneil wn'th!liurel!* in many n without one tithe cf our advantages. Thwj i rnnnuftieloring districts ut the North, niul although The objtxt of this notice is to give to claim? fid aoy person or persons violating tko proviaioo .

battle field,there would beona cor.Ieal inwhich) subject is well v/nrth the consideration of wir | Htron dv' prejudiced on' their first ar- ants an opportunity procuring warrants at )OfdiiaDce shall be subjected to a tin* of. k'AVI.e '
rival nt tbe establishment1agniftst African labor the least possible,expense. dollar*,to be m-ovrrrd before .
tWt General cttuld gto Ho trophy, and that citizen cnthc20th; July'via' the Mayor.Sec. i ;
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Lei contest between thu North and 'I'beVQtcr from observation and mere "ex|>eria>ici Those wishing to secqre the services of the .2. Be itfurlktr ordeintd h tkt "tuthrity ; :
would a
Charleston a' barrel ,cjf water mellons to a j they nil testify to their equal tffici iicy, and undersigned, will call at his office, orndIreu, RloJiJ.'t it'any 'rsua or person haU. within t :
hcSiutb.Mr j .
: Ytotcwhonppeara: to be destined to friend in Brooklyn! which arriveii on the 29th ; C rent superiority in many,.respects.' So us not him by I letter, and prompt attention will beKtven the said chartered limit fire,discharge,or let off any 1sqoibJ. i

in order and J order till the to''.ctfr.rccipUately.theex :rrp-rnt tf Slat labor to their claims. '. cracker.er her combustible or infiamable
good kept >
treft4jpon every boa, .toes,here came, in and \n pf -
FRASER. matters
or shall be subject to
I Pliiyp Rdtf9n persons af&n.ofiiae
had been Informed' that) during his 7th of .' able bring was fir,t tested In.ti'piuiiing: depart I
sajttfee July. Every spccies V g $; ment. Siit'c6v.\b eb, tbe7Wcp.spinners have Attorney L.1w.cklOnville. U.lLu* iy b* rr orer a twf"rc the Mayor
ab&nWMr. B6rrierf1infl Rpokeij 0fsom one 3'remunerating pricu art IIl-! Northern markets, ;: been e o the tju"'fopm.J 'l'heycommvqcMjthe E. Fla.. July 15th. 1850. Sen. 3. Be it Juttktr urdaintd by /4.flaa0htyaforetaid.
twit censor flJuru Now IIht"'r trnnsj .
\rbob4d.itcted > u That if
vjolniethe provUsiotw
an enterprising; Carolinian near C Charleston has Iepartnent'kn) tho: first of J2asteru Judicial Circuit ot the aIl111iaounr..U ,
: Senator
1 oflhw
td tndw w ?. whet her the OrJinanc4be Fines fjereiu imposed oUall
'i", ftfed thiffrririrk lor lul> : : ; succeeded in establishing an expensive strawberry July, andhf now turning out as many yardsto State 01 :Florda, Circuit ,Court of be recovered of die parent or guardian of did minor. L

Mr.: Borri n t Hid the remark was a,gen relonef nurmry near Charleston out of which tho loom as was perfdnneo uodfcr the, old St.. Jdhm Comity. Sic. 4. Be ilfsrder.rdiustd. That if any slav .

butlh6'oenalor. had ttioru than once re- ho is enabled to supply that market at a low System.' A,\veaver.from Lowell has .arg 'bf IN CHANCERY.Peter saatll!violate ttw proviiiona of this Ordinance the
this depnrtmttit; and sh ph) dto 1c1w latt\d >a/lcin i! .tone Bn4tnRnner Administrator '
hlmD liKe t\IO\ mak ,price with 'largo rimumerutfnp profiti. there is full as much. done by tfce blocksthey) Benet )) or rn'istresi. or persons having charge of fuch'Slave.'
noi l't' was intend? the Estate of F. Pi Sanchez
Charleston exhibits unrnistokcablo eviden- much nttuntivu lo tho conditlbn'of ; &c. 5. Be further ods d. That it shall b.
lire mere
,c<3 to *.WlIft'' ''lt"ff) within it*applicationrlutls / cvs.ofeotcrpriso and improvement i Sho ha j their lopm*. :They all a 'pc3r4. pl : ,.with'the 1Ierder VComplainant. Marshaling et.vArtinat l:1wt"ll\r auy pcrM to make complaints of any ,ioI
'" .' I rrmnipulaiioni on which they ore employed IsIionofthisUrdiaancind that it shall ,be the. special -
'or 'It in Land. Distribution of
,I now her coiton. factories rivalling any thing duty bf the Marshal do so, wha bal in
thus the South the best City to *
'" and are affording Jo George 'VI'.McAllister. claimthe F.,'tate of IVting '
'tI JJaiite Planters.t New Knglnnd.. Her public buildicgs nufilthus evidence ihati, wluin the channel* yf ngrj uJ- to be'Execu Jorph j. MitcheJ.tifcJ.Longworth such cae. be a competent witnerrC.

a. L\.e\ ;lt9- '*'a jncud* for the r 10\-''I <*' line peculiarly) clcgnot, aiifjtias recent lure urn ehoaked the manufacturing ot our ,'( d.and others I r Ia"rern$ C. tit it further ittdained. That nothing "
W' containe trued
liall be M> lon as to, prsvent -
channels of J
will .
Defendants. .
ly established a beautiful't tcrintf pap ontullivaR own productions; ,open.new v
furl i lhei1wotnK ot'gani margiasof toe ft. Sebastian
.Jt,1 important inventloii oxulcefn .Iov The J *fii Y '" JtTT ulung tur
for our t
cand. I We 'Island, njfB :.her citizens are now prot1.II1ec'l1PI1)8Ult} appealing.bj'AfiLLtViUa iu CourtUuttI).-: River,aud the UnitedLStates troops or. Militia '
t 'ijumQt talking..$ anlenmshlp line to Eurp; The esotce qtJp' IhWgeat 't\J4 it should .,L fendaat* George VV. Me i &tt peasure.u J1hhfU.the 11.1 ion' north will loon feel the result uf tblf be gratifying 1 :"hl'Wbn view the e.tlctllwith: ,ides beyond the' mitl'(the State Florida viz.. .-<- pf.tht'ir military diities4 that whraeveV .

4 : QfI)1athertWr . awakening and self! dependence which'the the eye Af. stacwnan ana phiianihropifU that ia the State ofOeoJ'J ... in the -pinion; elf the Jlayor the firinf off or disebarpng -
t Jhe sour of profitable employment and support It is tereforeocit4onofWt1L A.Forward JJolicitar any or lire by 'thaU be codsidrred -
"."1'10. '4VhCCflt..) South bIAs been urged .by i the fanaticism and \; gun arms any pcrttm.
bucti.il41&/f(" ug4.internl-- of the North. to our rapidly Increasing; African labyr Ordered that 'publication b? made insQtae ntce:!ary, the 'iorcguing penally'khs II not be '

t, ,. M .p .. .. .'__1__. II 1-'A Ulib\nllity are iliimitnble, and must remove nil motivesfor Newspaper printed in the E.v'n Circuit incurred.dtr.'T..
II .J "IM&U III nw. \TOYAG2UER.AKTISLAVERY other rounrrie on egi fit furtter ardeined. That all Ordinance.
oI"btN, Y.. emigration to By cl. Florida for four months successively. trom thl i -
ExpreRH. i ot internal 1 improvements date heretofore passed prohibiting the firing "o(
: : lightened; system requiring raid George W.. McAilUer to pead'inawcrbr
AT THC i-ble Crackers add other combusti .
making nil parts of our Site ncces and demur to said Bill,or.the num- will b: taken I :
....Cet r6. Elksebeih.from Litndon; EXAMPLE' or rt.] -Tho organ qf abolttiunism by judicious distribution of our labor, South i prodOtlJtttO. ble and inflammable inltlumeatu.ncJ materials with- '

lIeN oa tbo I0th inst., brings pl'ten- I UII r Kouricrisin-inthw city,]coctainedton jdarojtina! rrjay 'ore than double her produetiveslave i THOS. DOUGLASVJu-JffN 4f.( (c. ii certain limits: of the City of St. Augustine be. and.

_"Jne 110 tractlnie or iqueezr "hurtctlt', In its reading eofumnsj following iabo and not suflnr from tooidvnsoa, Certified. be a true Copy. \ are hereby repealed. .
Miiqar can*. The ma.chine is .a ixtraordinaty docujnenf, whIch we beg : ., tyarlptton Mtrtury.Qutcs V/itnesa my Hand and 'th Seal pf pid Pwd. the Tenth day of April 1843-
bog1 coBt8luin/ rollers, which are our reader*10 IF utfe,and ponder upon:- p : [L. S.) Court, the 15tb July. J85:. ABRAHAM DUPONT. .Vayor.

bf steam. Here tore..h. tt wtt&chtoes LIBCKTT-Eoy}iT FitAnt T1FugJ! Tnjpa-The shin Thomas VYntspn or.ivod'ef&q P. B DUMAS Attest P. B. DITJU Clerk .f the Council.

tave not produced, more. tirea from tho. prison'ljoue of South ru. deypo* the 25th of June in Clerk C. C. St.Johut'iuPlntv. A true copy. CH'\8.IfA.\GER.

.h\lltl per cunt cl JUKX-,. whereas tho. cane Usm with.theirfriends. and protectors. in council 113 drfya betting Frnivcincoon the trip oflbe, Grey Eagle,by, .2.lIly q.J8 O. \ Clerk pf the" .Council. .
evKlentl leaving the srcatestrooro St.AugutiaeJidy, 23, 1650 i
COIt1\I : ) I 1 oU"e.SIX .
4 days; the ca Witch made the.i'ynee from \ --- -- I
(Improvement. 8ueJ! persona as. h.aro etcnped from slavery,, New York Valparaiso ra' 39 days lackingone weefcs after date I shall apply to the Judg? of DriedMpplet &c.
"On the I3th4Lbt. Jn pretence of the Lieut.Cpfunwr find thoH? y\iQ\ are resolved! to stand by them, hour, the shortest ever made bv a, nailing ;'*feand for the County of St. Lucie. for D ATB5. Lemons.oried Apple Almon. assorted j

a ad ,trong snuct w'ptante andjcWi&c arc invited) to meet for mutual,counsel and en- Vessel; nnd'tho :'schooner Lydia arrived at St.Catharine's letters of Administration upon e estate of F. :M. K.jlouUso.t. Preserves, i tn.Cjnfcctiotury, Cheese l'
t.ut, mm. the necessary prepara- cq n JCeqj n.t' at Cazenovln, Madison county, from deed.late of said County.NVILLIA.VF.. '&:; fo.r.. sale by U. E. CARU. ':
ApriL! ***
[In days
made the eturine wa act ta \ 1850. ; ?,4 NewY RUSSELL. .
t0M.laying,bevti K w Yqrlc/or\ \ day,21 Iit August.!. or being the shortest passage ever made. June 23d. 1850.CQOOner Porter, Ale. ... .the dnt .exj"msent resulted in Tho afe'nbHng wpf take"place at JO o'clock', I,3 PICES. Chocolate Rio Coffee, Teas, Java ColSo .

p1s4ey ettractiac the JFMCC from 100 |bs A. il., in the ludependeni Church and this A'pipas African at LqulbyiHe scumbled! while h Jeremiah Leonard 9 dsys tVu.u jCee, Ale p QU amf ql .Porter in pta and q's the i

*tn to 61ac Dds i which was not ffieeUnx wijl continue through two d.Y$. The walking, one very'dark night,and was pitched New YVk.npw discharging. we offer in additica .beat English Irticl.C1'DgrelU Water in pta and qts. .
all' 'T"hitJlti,"toftb*. uuetmolt powcfbf the, object uirned at o 'the occasion wU| 90} be hwid' foremost down a reJIar, which afforded to recent arrirals a choice and ".selected lot Heidi ick champagne qja and pts,choice Principe CiKir -

,.,4 a ttaet as ib.Tcitthiu4be being out s'jtnply an exchange of jCQneratulations ,od an him arHppen entrance." iSprinying to his feev eturoceiie.. *.provisions and Shelf goods usually kept John jlndersoa'a fine cut Tobacco, JUyer *

ct *r> 'ooBatqueatlonltr threu fcuttbs of expression of aKinpathjf buJL un e neal pbnsidr he esolainej' ,, Bress de Lord dat') lit on my inour. wtab.lishment,eonawtingiu ga fl choice Butter. Honey Uc. ('avendish. }, Champagne Cider in qts

-tfefl t al> we was & &. 4 oodE' eration of juuh subjects as are pertinent to the bead! If dts nVger had scraped nfs sh.ns| so LeafLard.prockenr Hams, Bacon Mesa Pork, Ful indpts.atretaitby B. E. CARR. .

lat I made,on cut for 4 present condition abd: 'prospects ,of th<& slave hard, I spec boA ,e bit leg ton.Afarket. fleet dried beef.Jl/acierel, Codfish. Herring Day Batter. ,

much oflbeii luicn hnd evaptS &Rd'ftee colored population of the country and ,Flour? 1-2 barrels for Family use, Extra canalFlWiorn.HAyPajslhrajjd ( Butter UafLard. F At Han., Beef Cod- i

e\eu a Itwof jqpo{ wu to'tJje; } relations which Rood and true_ men BUS Texas'paper (jives the following cation: Molasses,crush Sugar, N',0 Riacofle. Loaf, Teas and Syrup MAY! Sausages, kit Pork,. Bacon. Shoulders I I

itrasd (erJOO LjI'.. qfcano'in .41 ueconds.ipo taiij to causo of Impartial N and justice! .n? 't be surprised if after you have sailed, au, &_ N Ra.ise$?, Alrnqn", Date*.ditto snorted Preserves Lump, &c. fur .aJe by' B. E. CARR. 1
1)0 tW.., JperimeDt was made DO Ibs Prien4 sbajl} not tbis'b* doa"lrand event? smoothlr eight or ten months on {Ibo voyage of cheese dned Apples. Vermacili Macaroni '

ace cut only' ooe month, and in 33 sreoodi BhJaU* not lae, channel 'of former ajmpathirabo of matrimony,you arj> sndfjenly pyenakea, .yZWZUS. Myers' Tobvco Jfcntucky Leaf, tenons Cuba cigars Tobacco Orange Cfrgfifu Tux Collec- J .

78 14tbrorj5wuotJaIned, 'which b nb peum flin \VlUuol'they of the;"oldKUJjrd" .* J I ,articles oow being opened and warronted. tor's $".le. :

imfrrovemeet uwanjnpjed in vwpnitule, ImJtauco d.rtiJ\a\ !took etich other in fuce once -- wl5. B. E. CARRCARD. By \\ilIi of the puwe vested in me by'I w,
.;, a&d utility. BesJdea tWs it wo_ | dis- more. nnd renew their vows upott a common MAIl AKR.4N.QEH&fT. expose fur sale before the Court II.)lIle ;
I shown thai wbito IMa MW oodo a i utur? Let then every Quartpr free'meti, free nOf.Mondays and Thursdays by 12 M. : at MelloaviUe! in the connty of Orange, ou uV rim i
Ckye do do'at, JP.M, Ifr. GOMX L: PIIZ.UM. hivluj resigned his Monday of ptrmber next tile following desciilcd
Vw :
so comedy ,tho Juipn r/ women and fugitvesl.} 7neX are n most cordial .
WEre'txtracted....l f TH)r nJ wei>j welcome) by the good people p'CaizeuovJa. p-I w- 1-- i -r--ui--.A-'L 'r- Commiiaioh wail as/ a tb Justice future of.ih Pace fur St. Johna property or M much thereof as will pay the state and .
Noce1UB County or. attend to me duties tax due therronfor the 1849 and II
r'f ;
which: i if ItJl inapoi- 'There are friends, hospitalities rneeting houses, Tax (ollecl to bit office of NotoryPublic appertaining county year r ne-
the draw
to incident thereto, wit 3000
k. there that lha irrccndon and beautiful 1 xruvea there! If/I aJi) cuoe who c d/rsigned; Afsess rand Cl.leecor ; cewary expenses to : acres ;
I Ji.It'adYl.1ffiU Iinnbl. It bnveahethcanl? 1 1'Itt ,I_ for : ponnfycf,St.,Johns w ll attend every 'injcntofallwritingiand of him. papers' that may be required of land granted to Paul Dapon on the 14ih of May, :
(8* dP. cxeeotyd)' bis ojgwe I.ftr'OU1 I 1818, by the Spanish. government, situated on th. J I
'hr jit
,Uie bhie behalf ot. the New York&'0' VigUftnct atAuguatias.July Mth.lBSQ. 4t. River ol.Johns 'at a place known .. Spring Cardenbouaded '.
iiifortuaIety' preise.-. 4iljtHltv ,insured Committee. GEftKT( 8MITJ.| I'rciidcCnnLei .: House till}he fat. day gtafe RC a4 October C next Taxes(orb purposeof for the Wbtlcc. I northwardly by lands of the instate o

.We: iba ruDer.,-pl elfcct3JIyv D lUr, Secretary. r 1850.iiDl"tha} jut g IX months after date I shall present my cKJi William Williams, Eanwardly by vacant pine landsf

., bf th. iww proceasTblft By this curious and barefaced prommciarnento ypr All subject tq jhe.payment of Taxes, are I counts and vouchers as Adminitsratrix of the southwardly by landu of John B. Gaudry,and lest.wardly -
ttactiK* U the f rrntesl ever discovered it apparent that !\re is }In thp Btntw respectfully persona requetted to settle witaia tbe time 'prescribed II Lute of William Gibbons (deceased, to the Hon. by the river St.Johns which said lands were

I tttHl trill tecrraw if applied,tfee sugar ("pf .,n organizea'' pisljtution! or socjety,,whose object by law.. Judge of Probate of Alaehua County, for a Coal confirmed to said Paul Dupon by the 8upt'rior'Ir.. ,
IbH_orld fully ono thl l. 1)i k19 ";9i'a'eI frgnj heIrovn ''in R. B. CANOVA, set .D Dt .f said Estate, aid shall at the same time of EsM Florida the I!tl. May, 832.

Weather fcvcriWe, tht Island bqt) y and the aoythcVn plates,and to protect and'conceal Tax Assessor sad Collector. t-ppf for Letters of Dismlasion as such Admni! 'tra.Uo VIRGIL R. DUPONT' Tax Collector and

crt'.. proM! Thg.Vro tultJJr.0 may run away from their mast & Augustine Fla. ugost iOrd. 1850. of nWch all persons interest rd in said Estate I Feb23. 18SO._A.euor.o.c. _

m Uontsurrat ndvkea to )2tk |nst., have (.el'l. \Yp'. do not!I'R! lfi|} t
.eI1 t.!. ban-). representing that Mand.ti' lit be pr ipepdacbus artijplo eref carne under our no and! by vritn of a decree of the Court of ANN JOHNS.Per Administratrix .I virtue of the power vested in me by law I

.1.. 1 1 Ihel owest ebb of RIser? and tice. Itinvjtes isUcb. persons as has escaped J 'Chancery holdea ia and for 'the County of 81.OM NewninjTille,Fla.Jans 'F.J. PalYATT, Agent. .LiP khall expose for sale before the Court lou.
wrctcdnes. ,f>roliw. pestifenco and death,, front | those who are rrsolvcd to is Florida made on the S3 day of Jury last,ia the 3d.1850. I atM.llon ville In th'coBoty of Orange, on the tint
.11c,ihrtKJgh the Lengt\i an* breadth ..of the stand by .l.pa to mctt Mnot simply for on cUe herein Josephs Gae,Administratrix of the Estate PKOSAIS Orrici. St. JQ M COCKTT I I Monday fleptembrr next the following' described

'1intl. the molt hideous ahape half Ihc In exchange cbngratulalionk" ai wo are given of Francis Joe, deed is complaint aDd B. E. 13t1a )Iercb.. 1I 50. S I property or so igoch thereof as will pay the state,and

feabttutt ftre stirring.and the other half hare to understand, but for the consideration of Mich Carr and others prediVrP of **i4 l tate are defendants Notice. i I I vouoty ux thereon fbf the year !.1a4 and the necessary

nie means of rebcyhlC' Ibem Insolvency subjects us j,ro perthenf to the| prnt p ,.c1 aad to me directed,I skill u Pcial Master Executors, Administrator' Guardian and others exrferjses incident thereto, to Wit.: 300H
sale ip the BtQae mapoer apd as failed to file in this office the annual oJClwi gelled bj tie spsnisb .
man in the fuo. credit aanihifa- and condition of the 'slave and tree coiured expose 'R extent pro- acres government t.
tresevcr7 vanished commorre lanjcuish. population of the country. In other words, the vided.ia. Mid decree, befp/e the Court House' in the accounts required by the Statute; are hereby notified, John B. Gaadry.oaihe 8th. October 18 1 7.situated:
*ted capital is City of St. .gustlpej otj Monday the"7th. day of October that unless the same are presented without further on the,St.Johns River at a place called Spring Garden
of the devise
and-4he lande interest object proposed meeting to additiqnal
t inc 3jcJricuUurent ; next betweea\e boars of 10 and 9 of that day unnecessary delay,the provisions of the law, against ia the county ot Orange, sad bounded by the original
upi'oh4-aDd the shipping interest destroy measures fur t b,purpo of encoura the following real Estate assets of,fhe Estate of Fran- defantters in such matter, will b* rieidlv enforced. surrey thereof, as follows : Bounded the
:.' : '* W* girig l0} slaves of fye South to fly from their I els'Cue,deed situa'ie lying aid being La the 'City of G. HUMPHREYS.Judge of Probate. north by lands of Paul Linpoc.oa the east by vacant

Ii Yours&.
__i -- rjrutectioii ol the abolition fanatic who in return A House ancf lot corner of Charlotte,.Hospital sad i> hereby given, that six months alur louis Castle I Ferrer.and .,o lbe west by river St.
:. :' Coast SICl.pl i's will allow.them tOibJapk' their boots;:or Bridge Streets. will present to the Judge of Probateof Johns surveyed by Robt McHsrdy on the 14th D"t
give them the-lLerty'of sin !inl' A Lot or ground corner of George and P.nDerEhretl.lad St. J.shns County, for settlement and allowance 1817. -
VIRGINIA,July |8'0.BtR Now, we woulf} ask all fninind candid men, foi',los of ground Not. 9-11-19 13 atSega's our, accounts as Executor's of the LUt Will and VIRGIL R. DUPONT Tax' Collector. ant!

My.Duz :There has been a project in what can tho Southern States think of the Point. iRAfHAELB.i Testament of Mary Beyes deceased and II Testamentary Febtt,, 1850 Assesor,* c.Ta. .

line of propclIcr North when they see pulllisbed, iq a wbiJr or- CANOVA Guardian of lier children and farther notice -
contcrnptation" ct J-uttinp on n r.:1n thi! ; unscrupulous anti ff'Ctious docureat.1ncy Sheri' pStl: Johns Cotmtr snd Special b hereby given that we will at the same time -apply *Collector's' sale. ; .
. I te' ic'is between Clwrkfton and the Eastern have e\'idl'nce before them of the cxist-! Mister itvChancfry.23rd. to the said Judge for our final diJch.rle..aueh Executor's ,D': Virtue'of,the power vested ia me .by tai,. I

if coast; ot Florida touching at S:. &ugti- nnce cf aa >eiition, orguuized: for |.ht express -. August 1850. _ .. and Guardians. shall, expose for saje J before U e Court
true end other along the coa f. Such n purpose ut \ atmg! the constitution q" iriiliUiry niqcklna.JUUT Focrrwo Tauv Exec and,Test'ry Guardian.' U onte docitin tie city of St.Aaxustine op the first ,
the Uni'wei! States, and uf. in addition, coir.m t- received a few dozen Render Leather im BitToto Oturcxts, Exec and TesCry Guardian P4'oodayo\ October next the following described
-. line would Lc worth thuuMinds uf dollars annually rubtcry under hjm Ia\\',. U it to water and gives the surface an'Elegant By G: N. PUT, Agtat.f. .. .R tpprtyr so.much thereof as will pay{the State
ting uu
nnd its any soft SI. Augustine, April 6 1850. .and County,tax due thereon forthe 1849 and
to :;t. Augustine vicinity. wonder that ihtow teeili polish without detlrOriDjt its supple and elastic year:
) tliey HI our ; the assertion
- ) scltlr- qualities.Rcecommended. the necessary expenses incident thereto,vfo: Eight
would' advance the -
It immediately
Nurth '
that the d.rcgurlh tt coustiution Ifqtice.
; I lupJr.l of land
g I for Harneses Carriages &c. scrsH supposed .belong to RC.n
meat oflho valuable supif lands, lying upon that',...__they_ __ __net_ __up_ _to. it.'only..so u Mrassails:" .their.. At Retail. B. E. CARR.a Six Months vouchers ICier,date Administratrix I shall present of my th aecoontaad ,( 1 owlaad; a nonresident.riruated, the tfaaaty of Si.
the coast koutherly of St. Augustine, and ovyn purK> i-3, ar.a mat, mzy are ever wining 'al.- Jburnate ot Florida, king the cam*. piece ot
tX). GOMMI&llOttrtt Charles IV. ILM.iadcc""d.tOibe of
and preparEd violate: It r. tor the gratification ; Judge Pro- land that Wit allotted 10 Mary 4. Dab D as her
which naturally form the bafck ccuntry of of their 'fanaticism, or the indulgjrnce of an nosirucltheory .St. Joass t'ooKxr, > bat of Alachua Coonty fora final settlement of said share of her father's Estate at 'NewSwkzrrlaad.and'
would be : 16th August, 1850. SOFF1CU estate and shall at the same lime apply for letters of
your cit/i an increasing commerce of humanity, which c nnot see bounded oa the West by ts. Birei<8t. JoaaVmrasoring.thereonJ .
_ the direct rouhand the salubrity of the An- any field for the exrrcis$ of Its beuevulcncunt 10 DOLLARS HEW AB& dilm IiI on .such Adnualstratrz p/which all janqps* front 15 chafes pad, 30 Bak ,oatlu
in Dotter
milE above reward will be paid branch iaformaJII interested said estate will lake :
would make it the summer residence home, but& must go brand to. discover objects '. t'taay ) iN. North by_ % landa'ofLoefsa'_ : Patio oa tkeEan&v-Ti va- : ______
:"cifeS city| I.lion as may lead to the discovery and convlcub cJ % taatr t ; j
fi and nssibtnncc We .1; c 1kda"i ffr wi
: *charity T would .
venture -
f i.of rjgc cumber planters wl.o would find Zcthe individual mdividuals wko receja jly broke .t I1\fq r1f'JItooaota C911 ". .- .. .ia f-- ,
ou.existence neainst n cocoanuttihnt ,
ba aDd.ftmoyed portions of the railing from the St. Seb&xtian June 1st. 1850. ;: ,
Northern _
.' ; it qtealy| plcnwint as any sea there is hot an Individual! chnnectf\vithl.'l.. Bridge. A destruction of public UukUuse'1 _
properlY r.Ie. .
I iblng/eedczvousof fashion. incendiary oci't.: who, if he bcame jjwiicrtomorrow 'i so entirely wanton u that ia question, is believed to I THIS estabUshmeat the E.B'C9VAdtaJ: .
s ost
t,r ;I:j .Tbc'lcfifcmentof the ountry in .vicinity: oft lot CJ(U'groc"foulJ give free; j have benmerita the severest reprehension,aad it is I II situated ohlY m eM City L,,ju desirably promi-, r: #
; "
* far articles drm to one of (hem, without beforehand his therefore hoped that all goo/1 citizens will, far as maybe ':47 ( :
V > >owd render it. .the point of supply ,usda of 175 (en facing S qrii, and a street .
tn.rkrt'nloo "in; cash or approved acceptances ; aflbrd their aid to bring the offenders to ju tke. - ": _' "' -_'_
*UeI w htlte_ Rnerand Ocua, ebns>- ,
of domestic.consumption us well! as mechantButn ," from the of down to By order of the Board of Co. ommissiouers. running ,, rtf2.f rM61
biggest them t4e quen&1n.exposed to the North E.ast winds,has lINI.Mf".
ctlzibor. snialcy! Aud nouvi'.hstandin that hive f' C.YUrr'UA Clerk, Yarn.e .1 b. W !
we this last season undergone thotwgh repairs, sad now B' U\ "I"" bs 1IIe "'law I
jrcalcr and more extensive ndvanae this evdcnc| cf f uch a vocictv existing our I Board of County Commissioners..Untter vies with any aimilar ablishmeBt id the State,being sLahIrzpLif&rssk bereds Conuo5i
I.*:)' midst we hear a great deal obout Suushfrufanaticisrr. '. bnSt of wood md MelnnYifl -ty.rlr..9C"1
< would be ihe.rtaidy commuriicatiun with r Cheese perfeet1y rzempt f.r.daojpnr Mo.4y .-
leathern ulavcry! and Southern h moLcd Tongues htD Cl.e vp.Butter Crackers. -of itself win recommend h to Tavtb and :oepteDbetn.t kUAwIIE, iet prop- j
he great markets. The eawn in St. Augusftine every thinj; else that is bad. We hopt,tho tin i:: &". Dried BetV Fulton market J-ef Mackerel others. The high rrputatioa .this Hdoie sustains "yaIo iaarb.4e.Sainli PGti&1t1ssad
*; ti as'earfy 'U.i in any portion of Florida,ex- will come when theMj destruct vcaI will have Choice fatter, Lest Lard. Hams. 5acon. Scotch from its anmeron guests it will be thf'jucctnt proprietretsiim.Mas. --' eatzz'41.thrr.t;$ Ih.yea.&waTT .

.' cepflroptcd Florida, and by six weeks or two justice meted oat to them.-N. Y* lie ruE. Ak. nod l' rfer id qts and pts.Congrrss W.ter.l'i barn to swuiaTttf table h eifrazt'sfl.Gdzst dies.g.j.. t. 'I.
I les. PreKrves. Confectionary., Choke Green and supplied with the choicest G.me..Oy>im"ao4 Fish 'blr., .sWL u. Ii. ".it Jr.
,fjO.Rtltt earlier than wy othor portion cfihor ROAD LAXE 'l"lIa llci lr- Ultck Tea. isis aDd Rio'Coffee. Raittan, Citron. which ear Forests sad Waters. aisrnl ao pates a I it.U.G auc ta .."
.... Uujtedetataai. This would .oblo tho most bill FROM Sqrearcn branch TO of Cohgrt and Almond. Choice Princwe Cigars Salt, Shot and will be spared t. snake'the*visitors of this fleas AIMJOO seres .'..e.q.i4s1s 'a '- dt.as.
n.-A passed one .
flbe U1UsaVZI rfv. iar.
. 4 Powder. and satificd. r'L
..t;( ) .t* species of agrtculturo be. carried will no doubt bccotnc a lawiRaking aanpprp*'I 1 B. E. CARR. pleased Very Uefeet&Hf- ;3 YIKQII4I JUHJl7iT.aCtl...
"p ., .by'iour cjzirn' that oC market Judcnin priutioo'of05,0001or building u ru54)) f rotq the _.Ifottoe.4 .THEPSOP2IETRE8S.VSt. ,'..II1d.aJt5'" ;' 4t' : '" J'b.t .G.e.
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would bonraire bead of Lake Superior to the Mississippi The','I Auwtiv.Jaa. .*'*; '
1..wc1i: wl1h sjucb a communication 'tIXweekaftadste1asfl apply to the Judged 1.1850. : -;- '
road starts) at tho first falls the ou I 6uts TXLGUCC9p'.
profitable than were' ever the orango on < I Probates ia and for the out of St. Lode foe Groceries,' ..W.iiI5/1i "
river at Fond dit Lee,and run southerly to the' letters of the 1aJoy IN
Administration estate of iou J
groves of old. '. j' fulls of SL Grot, dtillwater and Point Doug, upon A 7.tlICfZTtT.thakl E ptm ttcsxs ,
Baacsa. deci. late of said Cooatr- ,P & 1t
4 ';dph'
i'W;: ot Karch tnd Ap4 green Ices oa the river. It passes through the Poke-J' WILLIAM. F. RUSSCLL.' 'iOUee ; dar.(-"naja 4iIc1wp"!.. -. 1Y. .e&a Isa.,0tWwi5L ,.-".

,, i .pe&s.wjrtb/ eight doLlars.per bushel .in the coma country one cube finest agricultural Jane jgd. 1850. / ceaMaidit -- --.--. LCA1uL _1"a4I

".r-K f York Jfwrkct tusd: nttre! 10th ot July districts in the northwest. '%f is bercbr gnrea..this appUcatioa will &1.-:-- i. :" '-.cIi i Jtmt -1 _'O.-n.w 'm4J sad
This will bo the first toad from Lake Superior I v made far ameadmtats,to the act iaeotporatiasthe .. r.:4 .
: ," .::1' nio .tt\37 cents .per ; It will open a direct communication i 11' Preabyteriaa Congregation of tae dry.of St.Aa-. A.'m, _. J..I .64' .,-'--J II''_.L..J''d1... 1

"I. &ii W.ter tueliuna $M ta $40 pvT .hun: Dttwccntbb northern lake and tho far south I Im cacAI tJtt M. meeting of the Get .wit 'v. '.;. .. P.W.1AaL ..... 1 ,.:, 1m sa4

.J t&J'iOel, jWeo theo that With tod will be.tht'means sejting, an extensive t 01. Florida. : t- 'IL'r:7j .' 1u11' "YJJGtLLRrPwr.'fa.1r

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'," *' ** SOPPWlIDA Florida I xad It ATm or 'a .:.sm ,"" -S --M 'CWtefsnOTpower ;,
; : Ul ,DirectoryHOTEL'S. / it ,Agency. nz .
j' S u. : !i'MarasT''v I for the kos.th1LanA1mO 'PWw.moa"41- ,r ;" .
i ,I1 undersigned u_Agent I t ;tfai lJn ;
I of For the Counties of Orange and 8t Lade, at Met ...L offers for sale on exceedingly reason* Hails or GAMW.. PnrriT.T.,Dxo. ,:,B'tb.. ,fcrcale Ulbre..* Carl.t" -
: .Agieolig HottL Oa bU.George Sueet, ,
s able the lands which some Probe: o& St. Johns County
icth. 'I loaville.cn the thirdTnesdiym-April. term, following among are '.at M flonyifleln the counter of Orngr, D tte I
'door north of the
; ;1. he. Public tfouare and one : for the county of Putnam,at Pilaika,second Tuesday of,the most valuable Cotton, Sugar ;and Tobacco : Saturday 18th, May :1850. Monday September next tie-rbEoTrJuj described fat .
ditt Church. '
:- Florida' Houtt. ,On Treasury Lane. North I ef in ,Aprfb lands in the $tlte. '1 SARAn P. ANDERaOK. laving this day. is property,or so much thereof as will pty the state aad
For&he couaty of Marion.at Ocala, fourth Mondayof IN THE ARREDONDO GRANT. : GuardiuicfRcrs'tL Pxxzau. :I county tax due thereon for the year 18-i9.and the .
the neceisary
i Public ttqulre.CttjHtttl. April, ', and Aims 0.-I'ntu.r., presented hrr accounts,for incident
expenses thereto to
and few COCJTTT.
On Charlotte Bay Street a AtACCCA. wit9323
: doors eooth East of Uie Pid>h* Sqaara.Planttrf For the Counties of Alachua and Levy, at New- T 9. It 18 ; ,Sections 11,14,15,22,23.24.2C.27.In settlement hath anl is by allowance law and it appearing that she *acres ameesed to L.,3. and D. D. Lathrop Ktuat { ,
not as of
; ( retpired) givrn notice, her
) Htttl. On Charlotte Sueet and Treatary ntnsville, first Monday in May. ." 19 ; .," 2.3,8.10.11,12.13.14,22. > cur New Smyrna.VIRGIL .
intention the It
to sane- isOrdcrtd, that all ,
;. Lane, nortW, the Public ittarer-not open.) For the County of Columbia at Alligator, on the 34.35;,30.19,21.17.27,5. present DUPONT, Tax CeHector ana
;; I second. Monday of May. \, 6,9. I..persons in any wise interested in the Erjtes of the {il March I. 1820- .eSSOl'.o. e.

. : BOARDING HOUSES | I For the county of Nassau. at Nassau C, H.,on the In 920\ ; ,. 19.22,25,27.23,29,30.32 end: Rosalie L. Perpall and Alfred 0.Perpall: tavjijobjeeuoas I "

;' M, Charlotte Street.'near theBarracks' Wednudaj.befure the fourth Monday May.. 33,,21,22,2S.2930. to mate to die allowance of the saui g'Jar-1 Tax. Collector'* Sale.
.Yr,. litid. On : dians account ; hive notice t? appear and _
For the county of Duval at Jacksonville. on tberour In 9 21 ; i virtue of the power vested in .
of came,before this Coun ; on or before th? 29th day of B'J [ me bylaw.r
J jtfo*. Ft tit. On St George Street a few doors Monday May 32,33,34. July next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. It a fur- !! expose for.sale before the Court HOUM
J For the Coamy( St. John', at St. -\u ltiue. In 10" 18 23.10,11,15,22.23.26,27, 1\eUonTill in the
. i I South ofths Court House and Public Squire the second Monday June. \i iTtl ; the ordered to the end that such notice be afforded ; county of Orange on the first Blool
- G. N Bay streec. curnu of Bay and on 343536. of day of September next the following
. : L PanOn. tha a certified copf this order, be published in theAncient decriedp ,
\ 1 GardentLane. I'ALL *. In" 10" 19 ; I" 7817192030. ,4 City" News Paper. for eight weeks consecutively eny or so much thereof M will pay the suit T&aIf
1 ) For the counties and In" 10" 20 ; 13. )4, 16,28.29. and county tax due thereon for the year 183 and
Orange St. Lucie., Tuesday, that copies of the came, be posted up.on I tM _
DOCTORS. before the'firii Mondav of In," 10" 21 ; 1.2,3,4. 5,6,7,8,9,10,11, eessary expenses incident thereto to wit
'j November."t"t the outer door the Court House and at some other ;2000-
,: Ii. i JDaef. F. WreJflii. Oicc aL his DwelLo g Hoasen Forthe county Putnam, at Pilatk'a, the second I 12. 13.!4. 15, 18222631. public,place,in the County for the same period of time. *0 Tomoca creek known II the Ormo ptaDatiol
In"10" 22 6. 18, 19.In" VIRGIL
Bridge Sue?; Tuesday before the first Monday of November. ; G. HUMPHREYS Judge of Probate. R. DUPONT Tu Col1eet ud

j : I 1 Dtct.; Jokn E. Peek Office on St. George Street, For the county of St. John's, on the first Monday In" 11"11 18 19 ; "", A true copy of the original order on record in the I March 2, 18S0. _...'
; : i 4 a few down Nwrtb of the Court. IIoue. I It in November ; Probate Office of,Su Johns County.
" ._ For the county of Nassau Thursday before the 212330. G. HUMPHREYS. Tax Collector's Sale '
," In" 11 20 7, 1-2 of 25 ;
, I third MondayofNonni r. ; St. 25 8w virtue of .
t DRUGGIST. 27.2d.33, N 1,2or 36- Augustine A&y B' he power vested in me by law '
S ;4 P.C Zybtra.. Chfinirtlnd lirugg'it North Eai'I For the county of Duval on the third Monday. of In" 11" 21 .. 1,2.3.10,11,12. 13. 14.15. Orange Tax abaU expose for sale before the Coon IfIt I .'
; Co&nty Colleelor'
' the Public Square, opposite. \ the middle basin. November.For,28,29,30.33, AfeHonviUeiB tk County ofOrngt..oo die fine '
: \ the county of,Marion on the first Monday in 35 36. Sale. day of deptember next the following ,
!it LAWYKRS.: December., In 11 22 II 6.7, 19,30.31 fpY virtue of the power vetted inraeby I,w.* nty.or.lCIa thert f Ie will pq di _
i, I' 1 E. S. Ginld Councilor at Law-office on Arillery <. For the''counties Alachua and Levy, on the sec- \ ; .LD shall expose for sale before the Coon II meat eounty tax due tliereoa for 0 e>e fl84% .iii"1M.

We. ondMonday in December. ARREDONDO GRANT. Mellonvillif in the county of Orange, oa the first ceanay expenses incident ihereta. to ',' ._Ie-_, '

S 'WttlUmA. Forward. ,:Attorney at, law,and So For the county of Columbia, on the third Monday ,' Mizios Cocarr. UyrofriSrptrraber next the following described acres UlftWcI to Henry R.&dlerit |a '-

: a: licitbr
. So&lh Wingof tbe Court House.Gtorgt The U.S. District Court,'vat St! Augustine, on the I In"12" 19 ; 2. 6. 11, 12. JI. 16, 18,;19, county.tax due thereon for the year 1849,sad sit necessary VIRGIL DUPONT" Tn CoDfetorU4' + -
I L S. Fairbanks. Attorney and Councilor a r first Monday in April 20,21, 22,2340 24. expenses incident thereto to wit: 3000 sere Manh 2,18S0. .

fw office in the Court Hoo e. In 12" 20 ,; E 3.4 of .,. of land_granted_ to Paul_ Ducon. on. the. _14th_ of__ _U.,_ c
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r' \\ Valuable Plantations, Wild Lands 11141617182224. 1818 by the Spanish government situated onth. Tax Collector's Sale .4

"', .4 PUBLIC OFFICE I dec. in East Florida. In 12 26 ;. I, 2, 3. 4, 6, 12. 13, 15. River Jt.Johns at a place known u Spring Gar of the ,

t I Pi.at Offite. P. C.Zylstra Post M.lter.on the coroer The undersigned as Agent for the respective pro. 21222324. deD,bouDded northwardly lands of the Estate o D'1'* for power vested in me 'y'la r ;
of Market offers lands n 12" .22 671819. William Williams, Eastwardly by vacant pine lands f Nie bekr the "oun,
t I of Bay Street and Public Square North for sale the following ,to ; at MeUon1'i11e iD die Ho
> I GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. southwardly by lands of John B. and eo.aat1 of Orange, Gillie
buildings.Srvtyr wit: That well known and extremely valuable Plantation Gavdry west "
.r t ;. Surveyor 8t.. Feb. 16 1850.Chancery wardly by the river St.Johns, which said lands Monday September next the Sil3awi,
S Gtntrafs Offiet. B. A. Putnam called the Bulow Plantation at the head of Augustine, wer ,
t' General on Hospital Streetcorner Artillery Halifax,River, formerly occupied and planted by the confirmed to said Paul Dupon by the Superior Coon property tax or due so mach thereon thereou will pa'Itate 4 .

I t 2 ,Lane and Hospital Street. late John J. Bulow with a force of 300 hands suitablefor ale. of East Florida on the lEtL May, 1832. county for aM ye*r la :aj. '

.. lAnd Offi e. Doct William: H. SimmOns, Rfguterof both Sugar and Cotton, and advantageously located BY virtue- of and as directed by decree of VIRGIL' R. DUPQ T, Tax Collector and acres nCCftIIUJ..zpel1lfa beug two .th-rdj incideal of thereto, t. q: J
t ; 1 Public Lands-office'in the Court Houte. on navigable waters. It lies upon the coast'about the Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit Feb 23.1850. Assessor o.e. county knownajthe pr. Jatioo .' ItiII

: l j Tho.. T. Rmutll. Receiver, office in Court forty miles south_ of Si.Augustine,and contains about of Florida for the county of St. Johns in a Tax Colleet r'. Sale.Bf 1Dft" owned !by 8. B.Orange Wiltiamteet 01'01'.' Plaautioli .

i i f ,. ) IIou.ae.I 4000 seres.Aso cause where Mathew Solana U Complainant virtue of the vested in law I RiTf1'-prntDl Owner oa JIa1iI
me by '
Alvartt. Keeper Spanish Archives, office In ,two thousand acres adjoining the last described and Mary E. Hernandez and others Defendants expose for power sale before the Coun House Williama. aiunown, hIesatcI s. a 4

;, the Court House. lands, being the Pellicier Grant in Graham's swamp. I will expose lor sale in front of the : at Mtllonville in the county of Orange, on the first VIRGILR. DUPONT TIX"
Judge' of PrAate. (G. Humphrey's Judge,) office Also, the Spruce Creek Plantation, containg 999 Court House: the city of St. Augustine, on : Monday cf eptembrr next, the following described Mareh2 l85. Collector aDd ,
j' in the Court HOUM. acres suitable for Sugar culture and near to navigation Assaup '.. C. ;
1 Monday the second day of September next, property or so much thereof as will pay 3the state and -
Ptttr B Dumas. Clerk Circuit Court, office in about 70 miles south of St. near
'I Augustine between the hours often and two of that day, county tax thereon fur the year 1849, and the necessary 2ter Cdflertor'a BIlk.

11 .. he Court Hoiue. office Smyrna." the following mortgaged property to wit ;- expenses incident thereto to wit : 3000 yvlrta. of the
Jfo/Ml B. Caora. Sheriff and Tax Collector, -Allo. the Mount OjwalJ Plantation on Halifax B power Tftttl in ID*' 'y1awt
All certain House lot and acre. of land granted by, the Spanish to
that and ground government .hall.zpow ( sale
or before
River about 50 milcslouth of St. Augustine the th,
in the Court.House.Cflleetor near Coan
; John B. the 8th .October
James Sanchez, office in the Geo. An- every other building thereon or thereunto appertaining Gaudry,on 1817,situated aL HelloDYiUe ia the county of .
late Orann
\ fit" ,R. coast, formerly planted Sugar by Johns Oi d.f .
the St. River called
said on it a place Spring Garden
; ', his Dwelling House on Bay Street.Intptcttr derson, and now the property Joseph Lanton containing situate, lying and being in' the in the ol and bounded the Monday September next, the kilo wiat 'clt'lltrlWtl
county Orange, by original
office ot St. Block No. 21 boun property. or so much thereof
of Ctttoms. Ora Howard inovrard 1900 seres. city Augustine on as wil pet'alae
: thereof follows i Bounded the
survey as on
: I B 1dings.Market square. I Also, )KM) acres south of New Smyrna in Turn- ded as follows. One line on the< East, fronting north by lands of( Paul Onpon oa the east by Vacant and county tax for the jear 1849, sad 1M aul

t :"'i t 1. H. Br nOII. Judge U. S.. Court Northern bull's swamp being the north half of the Rosette Marine Street,measuring eighty two feet eght! pine lands on the south by lands of the late Barto- expenses incident thereto,to wit; JOOOaeftlef lull

J I District of Florida1 office in the Court House. Grant,well timbered and near navigation. inches, N. 30" W ; the line on the 8outbfruut lome Castio y Ferrer, and on the west by river St. J. AiffifcF"1-1.00 ? .. *e.to Clllrtea

t 'I \ G. R. Fairbanks. Clerk U. S. Court office in ( Also forty thousand acres on the St.. Johns River, ing Bridge street,measuring sixty four"eet S. Johns, surveyed by Robt McHatJy on the 12th Dcc.I : 1817 and spaniah. government on 1M 24sf

the Court House between Lake George and Lke Monroe, consisting 67" W. making the South East corner of the 8 i August whkhnid 1000.&eftS.&Jepan... ,

t r I Deputy MdriKal. George I. Zehnbaur. office in valuable pine,hammock and timbered lands in various station of both lines ; the other two lines running I 17.VIRGIL R. DUPONT, Tax Collector, and !survey between of New 4000 .acre osa4grant in.'nr.ziha1ra siuap

\\ 1 i t the Court House. I trac !._ .. : parallel J 1.with .the two. mentioned the Feb 23, 1850Jwtor..e. c f 1000. aerta beto.&njma., '',ftPl and. __.lridiaA._..__rier 1 ._ "c..J. aW'
i : I cri Also, woo acres in Alachua suitable tor --'-' -
county '
north tbird'Iine adjoining lot of John Urys- Thomas Stau. h')' Ie DeIoOf te.
: t ORDNANCE DEPAItTMENT.a I Cotton or Sugar. dale, measuring sbty three feet ; and the Tax Collector's Sale. VIRGIL K. _

: .' Caft James R. Hankam. Ordnance Storekeeper, : Also 600 acres in Columbia County. good pine Weft or fourth line adjoining John J. ,Hedrick virtue of the power vested in me by law, I F eb_23. 18S0.DUPONT. Tn C Jtmoual !

4 > office on St. George street' a few doors, South of. the lands on the Santa Fe River. measuring eighty three f et, as will more fully By shall expose for,sale betorethe Coon HOOK at .. e. .-

4 I 1: Dry Good store of S. M' Wakeman. Persons desirous I Apply for terms particulars &c. to I appear by the Plan and Survey, recorded J Mrllonville in the county of Orange, on the first Monday Cily' a. An.utIBe. -if.

-- -, visiting the Fort will make application to Agent for ,the purchase GEO. R.FAIRBANKS and sale of Land, in the office of the St. Johns County'aforesaid { September next the following detcribd\property NOTICE is hereby given Uiai,the City ,COaaCiI r
Capt. HaJihain. or so much thereof as win pay the state and :of oS\
Augustine will
Payment of Non Resident 1'lus.&c. in Deed Book, J page 206 annexed to.: apply foramtJllrl.
1 I county tax due thereon for the year 1849.and the nr- menu to the act
incorporating said
me of the said House and lot of Cu7 at the DJn
conveyance ce
St. Augu-uine. Feb 22. iSSO. .
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. cessary expenses incident thereto,to wit : 100 acres mating of the General AssemLlj of Florida.
t George L. Pkillips. Justice of the Pence, and Notice. ground made Joseph Hernandez by AntuniuH. of land assessed to M. S. Williams near New Smyr- oldie CouDcilIATHEWSOLANA.3f.yor. -

II' Notary Public office on.Bay ftreel, North of the 1ix: month after date we shall, present our i Medecis, the widow and Administratrix o( na,on the west side of Gaburdy's Canal.
I t Middle ba&ia. I Accounts and Vouchers as Executors of the Estate the Estate of Francis ftledices deceased. Also 100 acres assessed to the same on the Eastside Jan.28th, 1850.7wuozi.

Ii' I I F J. Q.icy. Justice of the Peace office at his Richard Weightman dec'd. In the lion.Judgeof Also one moiety or halt of all that certain of the Hillsborongh rivr near New Smyr t.

t ..wre. .: \ Probate of St. John's County for a final settle lot of ground situated on Marine street with VIRGIL R. DUl'ONT. Tax Collector and AND KETAIL.

\\ '- ,' : infiit and shall at the some time apply for Letters of in'sutd city of St. Augustine, bounded on the March2, 1850. Assessor o. c. B. E. C f A17.

,;. J CITY OFFICERS. Dismission as such Executors of which all persons East by said street, and measujing thereon RECENT ARRIVALS th* wibwiber'in

ijr' .V.tAt' Sol... Mayor.} interested in said Estate will take notice. forty four and a half Spanish Yarns ;on the I Tax Collector*! Sale.B BY( customary supply of Grooeries.ahetf GwJi

C.Brato, I JOHN M.FONTANE. ') E north by a lot formerly the property of Fran y virtue of the power vested in me by law., &c. usually kept at bk wrU known establisiiineat.-

\ 'f I .i. ROIITO. }. Aldermen.t R. FONTANE. \ Xtcu t ou. cisco Kosey, measuring thereon fifty one and shall expose fur sale before the Court The attentMQ Pnvate fiunilira aDd the Trajfeis

\. ::: 1'. B".II. Jan 1.1850. a half Spani>h varas : on the South by a lot I House door in the city of St. Augustine on the first tidied to our extensive assortment. Ankle so
:! .1I"'rdeeu. j -- Monday io October next the following described rated below below scam
t formerly ot John Tale and measuring thereon can be had, in oripaaJ
I f Citrk./ the Ctty Ctttncil. Charles IJaagrr, office P4BILL'fl'-SFCURlT'-pERPETUlTy. /forty nine and a half Spanish varas ; and on t[i property, or so much thereof as will pay ,the State .and'at retail. packages
'I I I and due thereon for the J8.1!). and :
I .tthe Courwil room. 8900.000. the West by a l lot formerly belonging to ; County tax year ; 'I'E f-YT8 J"00' OUImperial. Upon, GlIDpow4ff'

r1 1 l' City Marthal." ".d. Curl.,' cf the. .3Iarlet.: F..P. TilE MUTUAL' LIFE INSURANCE J. M. Ugart: and measuring thereon turtyfouranda the necessary expenses incident thereto, vix ? Eight .Twankav. POachoD Soac&oag. .
land Ute..
*rreira. hundred sent of supposed belong to Tt COFFJ-E..Jan Creci,. Ciaund
t ; COjUPANYOF said 1. do. Mock u.
; / : half Spanish varas; which & I t Towland. a nonresident,situated iruhe county of St. Rio.Cnba' do.Chocolate
r y Cocoa
l NEW YORK NO. 35 %WALL.. Michael Nielli- andC ppz.:
} of
t ground was purchased by
1 t t : AUCTION EF.RS. ET Accumulated Fund Nov. 1st, 1849 $900- Johns, State of Florida being the sam. piece of SOAP.- hniD; White nkd.l1MWft_-," _
] with Mattias from Benjamin --' -"-
r : F. P. Ferrir sudJ. A. Striiehka. N t. 000securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages gan jointly Leonardy, I ,and that was allotted to Mary M. Dunham ts her legated do. -
A.: Putnam, as will fully appear by of father's Estate New Switzerland
I :" | ,unreal I estate,in this_.city and..Brooklyn. and. stocks. "of share. at' SPICES. Ginger Race ;do (Tronn J blwi!
Deed and Record in the office the county ;
-- bounded on the Wetby the KiverHt. Johns,measuring -
: i I r MERCHANTS! I It M the State and City, of New. York and United. per. Pimento Nutmeg*. Clove.. Mace CinoamoT
Clerk ( oSt. Johns in Book N. pnge thereon in front 18 chains and 30 the
County, links on
EurrtuglH E. Carr. Wholesale and RetaiL! r .States Government.This Arrow ioot. Vermeeeli. l\lac ronl
?8 nnd the said moiety or hair ot said lot I,North by lands of Louis Fatio on the East by ,vacant = Cnrry Pcwderl
I J i tint quality Family Groceries of al! kinds. Li- : fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended Mustard in jars and bottles. t*
q Juri &tc. No. 2 East side Charlotte Street, North and prosperous business. was sold by the parties Michael Nelligan and Undo and on the South by lands formerly- ,own FRUIT. Bloom Mnsc.tel.and Sultana Rairfntrcurrtnts.softsheUAlmoBdj.rSmyriia .
I j .the! Public quarr. The Company declared ft dividend of profits,of fif- his wife Marchora to Joseph Hernandez, as I ed by Eleonora Colt. -,-

\ I. ( Utvrgt flwt. Uealer in Staple and Fancy Dry ty-two per cent on all existing policies on the 31ft will appear by Deed of sale recorded in the of Unless sale. Taxes and expenses are paid before th/Cny* ;cily I.rtl.ll1deira VVlnuu.Braxil flit?.Cuoa.Fil'.

1 oods Wet tide:of Charlotte street a few doors of January, 1848. office of the clerk of the County Courtof :i R. B. C' Citrt S I
NOVA. SKeriffand
orth of Treasury Lane. All fbe Profits are divided among St..Johns County, nfoiesaid, Book N. page i Tax Assessor and Col.ector St Johns ex-off. CANINES.; : Common Sperm end Tallow..,, :

4 : *lV 3T ,Waktmai. Wholesale and Retail dealer the ImnreU. 546, together with all and singular the tenements Ayril 21, 1850. cc ,Wick n

5I Dry Goods and .Groceries. Grocery( store on the The premiums are payable in cash annually,sem- hereditaments and appurtenanees there- PICKLES \UCES.. & -l-ttki
I Goods Store annually, or quarterliut'fl 8i being added on the unto belonging or in wise appertaining. # half Jars I. assorted II ,
I I .ound floor of the City Hotel-Ury any Tax g glass *Do Do. cottlrV Capo-Is. Olive,,
deferred Collectors
J Sale. ,
payments. R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff.St. Mushroom '
St. opposite CatsupToinatb
I of Pjcolata and George street
rner : Jo. Fi/e .
ti ,
;I { Court House.i The caih principle adopted by this Company *e- Augustine,July 20th, 1850. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I kinds,,Pepper do. Stanchion Butt, ,. n: p. a.oed :
r Lezon
1'1..e Dealers in Fancy :ures to the panic for whose benefit the insurances expose for sale before the Court Hcusr I of Lemons zrtp.
t i Jfi. S. If X. Pittkkam. Sugar W.L Infia
** Hotel East are effected, the whole of the advantages, without door in the city of St. Augu ,!he on the ffm Monday pree. Saul 01Anchoyie :'
O wds, &e. the 1'lanters on $
A t opposite subjectine them to the heavy drawback of accumulated Choice Groceries, Provisions, &c October next the following d-ijcrlbci preperry.or .

.. !I. of Charlotte street. premium notes. : Groceries Provisions now'di-K.harg.ns.: so muc'a :hetcfas will! pay!, the State and County TOBACCO. CawndaA. LJi I 'w 3t. r.1pnTo-.

t ;! Pedro.Bn". Dealer in Groceries Provisions tc.t Pesonsrrun effect insuranc on their own lives FRESH bng!Benjamin Carsur. 15 day* (rom N. w tax di' e.Oil.rtJ): the year lb3 anJ the necessarye.Tp ; I icc n. iaCb"7rn.tr. s'cotch do. Regalia. ,C&arJ,,

t t \ tr *ner of Cuna and St. G orgc street. and the lives of otherc. A married woman can in- York. We solicit the attention of the Trade. ci- !.:' lrc:Jet thc!-t;,viz : One hur.dred acres of f[I I Pnr.c.pe; do. Common do. 1

I I I : .Ulsmiel Crttpo, Denier in Family stores. Provilins -- cure the life of hr husbaud.the benefits of which are vale families arid others, to the large end e.ri.ve! lani: wore c' lel.'.8iruet! Co: the South of JuliigtsnCre LIQUOUd. Brandy. Ocard. Deapy i Co. dx.

I ;1 &(.. comer of Charlotte and Bridge streets. secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or chil Stock now btiri.; received and 'fTcrrd to th- fg.originni .,:' a i : <\ in the Coti-.ty rf at. Jcn Wr-nzlng to BcrJ :u:, piri-.-'. Jtn c .Rum. Old Nation Do. I taV

..J \ f. J. Qrimey. Watch maker and Jeweler, on dren. packages customary terms !.tprices. \, r srrert nearly office of Dr. Peck. b=otch, a nni article Assorted '
4 rge opposite fro Jarn ..tJarne Liquors
Clergymen and all others dependent fal,- : .
r&M. "" .. Retailer of Boots, Shses Csp, upon .1 WINES.
..I. : invited avail themselves of TUct: Hrea LWesat axsa ard expemca.are paid before the 3faJe.r.! Howarl. Marsh MaJMISCELLANEOUS
of rica are specially ro a resource 200 bSls Floir assorted:brand. 25: do & r0
I il .e, side of Chiriotte street, corner .
its !"lEetl. :\ bf,.
-: arlotte Mreetand Treawry Lane. whereby their surviving ramiles may be secured 20 do a3Ut rted Trackers, 150,) bu"hfU l Cotn. TS bt'! dsy'ofiale 1I. Co. r.-y.Pal l: Brown:DiffGor1
\I .' Charlotte rom the evils of penury. \ 11m).75 baq Oatso'J') ti \1rad. !.*> b'!'ls MM Pork.': : D. CANOVA.&henfFsni tX- T. CrIIUP.lI !Ick. :psril.n: T1nta' j33
t .Wrm. Tailor Street 1: Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual 2hhd 5houlJefs,2.do n! ,n. 1 do H-itns.it.ercc T.7X. A.-. ;j.: an I t.,o.I-ftor: St. Jahaj Uo.. Vznegr. "Id.u I.ortt:. LCnd n. ui P!,. ad q'Lon.
iiesrthe Life Insurance, and illustrating advantages, with d. XJ Jo i> Aj .: 17. J iji, !1"fl tnt Leith Ae net-f.
T.-, rA* "". Tailor Charlotte! Street, near dried Beef 13 bbl4 Lud 3; keg* it: r. OILS.
forms application may be obtained at the office or Ccabks Cheese, 30( box-s Jo, 3 half Lb.. un'k.ca ---- --'-- ---" ---- ol4.Jpe::, :ul., CJu4 Catar
of Bun.
'the store George :L1I.
; /.in Uiina Boot maker Charlotte street near the, Company. 35 Wall !. 'or of any. of its agent Tongues 12 bbls SttvrarVs Sugar 10 do k.Id,tin. d tip Tax Collector's S, lc. I C-.'!. Htr.L":1ol.. :.unejt, Mckeres?

the City Hotel. TRUSTEES, 5 do pulverized! do., 2 boxes Loaf do, 3 )liV? iS O : 1'V vinus 'A the power rested m me by ta" 1'1I
i jog B Collins? David C Golden do, 10 to.1U R II do, 10 barrels MoVt$5' 15 D khall expose fur sale before the"Court iiciue zt .

I /sepi Loptx. Manufacturer. of Segtn. hop inHoward's Wm J Hyslop.I Alfred EdwardR -. sacks Rio Coffre. 5 hlf chests Black flTv3oj'XM., MeUonvil1e in the county *f Crtngr-.-on the first Wou- MeL COJPcru. Pipe Cby-Rce, Pet Barey. t

I : Building H McCurT. Wm Bests, Starch 40 kegs Nails 3 bgs Pf pper, J 1 tV '-J hay of September next the (?il wing described bh ."toe\. Fig Slttc' LonJ"n tJ'Brick.tDdigo,Sp
A (!. N. Papy. Deal" in Dry Groceries and PromI \ prop- :tarei*. ( adWi
I Ered Winton Joseph Blunt.J Powder 203 bars L-aJ. 25 bI: r'u'tl5
5 kegs ,much thereof ril! the and Liquid Blacking in
,, m pay state &
South of pts '.
doors .
the .
tons, Charlotte .street, a Glass 2 bbls Lo-iisiana: OH.: 2 Jj T Ut'penore D TiD Cess
C W Faber. Isaac G Pearson boxesassorted county tax due thereon fot'Jteyear 1849,and the necessary Shoe Brushes Sctv.biDC do.
I City. Hotel. John P Yalverton. Henry Velli. 30 kegs white! L-,1. 3 !F-b3! w ,'in.r. J 5 cans expenses incident thereto, to wit : 2222 T.D.Pipe,. GermIn do. )fight .
I Mtttrt Mnn N Iftllifcii.. Cabinet makers, Theo S dpick.'m Moore, Verdigris; 5 bbU 4 Toal Tar, 10 bb:s Cb n1- ,gn' acres of land situated at the head of Indian River, Patent l\tatcca Ptrea.ioD LigIi .. D-

.: corner of Market square,adjoining the Council room. Stacy B Collins. Zebedee Cook. Wine 10'cases CordiaU. 10 bssk! 's, '>:upJ:1" ( i- assessed tn P.W. Loud. powder. Salt Liverpool clo.Cape. Do F.w c.J

( Jtkn ***'. 6c.kmith and Gun Smith, near John H Swift, Jona Miller. der bbls Mackerel. 2 tn I xe* C. i::sh.! 2D.do VIRGIL R.DUPONT,Tax Collector and PROn IONS. Perk
I the North" Gate of the City., John \Vadswonh David A Comstock, Herrings, 25 sacks Salt, 30 do lile f ah. 2 i) Mirch 2. 18S0. Assessor o.e. 'and Cbn. ,' n.r f,1

S M Cornell. Robert Shuyler, boxes TaUow Candles,. 10 do Sperm do, ; dc ,- ;
AMUSEMENTS.'Billiard Gouv M Wilkins James Chambers CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
Adamantine, do, 30 do.extra Soap 25 do family Ajsortti.
\ TMt. Staling Allty.. Ora Howard John V L Pruyn Joseph Tnekennan. IN CIRCUIT COURT. A.80, .
tierces Oil, 40(} boxes }tajseijs. 2 bbls,, I
do 2
Howard Building, Market square.ZifKsrt Fred Whittletey Moses H: Grinnell. ; ALACHUA A<\D LEVY COILS TIES. Variety. .. _. j
1 bdl 5 ba ftip '
'!.. -< .41l ,. 'and Kefrttkmtxtt'; by Charles Ely Wm, Bunker Almons, 1 bag_Ginger, .Hopjs, :t I 'i &a Td''JU'L.AZ..___, enuy uoooj, IlantlelJ1't Ware, WOCIIt JV_

tJ. : 'FT,Bndwr, Uty Hotel. John C CrugecEu ne Datilh. t Sweet PI 1,1'Juo Mustard bbl Kose Cordial O.M.Derman, I Boots 4- Shoes Ckeg Hou' t 'Jr

:Pkilxp G.mtt, Retailer of Liquors, Refreshments Walter Joy, Francis S Lathrop 3J pipes Brandy, 1 do Gin, 5 quart asVine, .vs. I Creditors bill to ; .

.& .tr Chariot street; opposite Bridiers BowUngSTAGE Alfred Pell. J 0 Thatener. 24 do Brooms 6 nests Tub 40 reams wrap James A. Peden.Adm'r.olanhal.' Lot.1'.1I &lally other ariicI- tOO

; j'.4U"1'' JOSEPH B. COLLINS Presid t. ping paper, 10 Chockolate, 5 boxes assorted ,. R. C. Liriqaton.dtc' I Assets.WN .< The above stock.of Gro ,, BaaeWBfc to misrias frj B ;
I It : ..L- ASUTT Preserves hhds Leaf Tobacco. 15 boxes assorted of decreeul York.Market
". ISAAC Secretary. pursuance a order of said Coon to .and eaa be recommended
I OFFICE. Jostrs Bunn, ConnMllor. Brands do. 10 do Pipe*, 3 do vials Snuff i,. H me directed alt persons having demands against deuce ; and,will be dfep< edf to lllit t1w mft,It Itclailri

I S 4)ffiee *f tkt Pif.Ut. Mail SI."'. Drjd r', City G. R. FAIUAKCS. Agent St. Augustine Fla., 15 coils assorted Rope,7cnsk, pints Po icr,5 the above estate are hereby required to come before prices. W. solicit the .tU1idoa ota4r,

S. Feb 16th.jiL4EED. do Scotch Ale, 5 do lonoDg"hetl1hiskey t meat the town of NewnansriUe.In Alachna coy and private ttmifiea.. B. ECAlJ.. I

.1 Uot"L"t' 5 cases Pick Irs,2 do Olives, do nssorted CatSUPS at my office therein on the second (2) day of Sep Jan 1. 1850. _

.j CHURCHES. OIL. White Lead/l-orpenune. Var.>i ,2 do Sardines 3 bbls White Beans, 2 bbls umber 1850 and exhibit their demand against the -
S J 4 rush. Tar Rosin. .Oakum, Spikes Limes i'leUce
and all who shall '
hit bbls Pickles same ; persesons not then
i 'l I Roses C lWu Ckvrck. North ride Moneaeo Wicks Lathes and assorted Lumber ror sale assorted Cork, 3 ward and their demands come fbr- II hereby gives.taj 1.ahAU. mOlltba &fin
', 26 B. E. CARR. Laths, White Pine Lumber, Yellow do. Lime,i prove against estate shall 'present to the
i S aare.. Jan. excluded from the benefit of IDdci or Problf 01' .
...' ilair1PlasLer&C, ,be this deere And JefII
r ': '.'*" 'Efrtttptl Cturca. Sooth aide Monnment square. Irish and Scotch Whisker. such persons not parties to this suit who shall come,in a CoutT.my.$Adni'toxcth C8.(fir -tt1naeDC sad.

'i' >, rwefl- 'Clura. On St. George street, ALE Cider.Porter in Pint aod Quits, The above are now in store and: purchasedat before me and prove their dem&.b.haUMfore'are they 0 said r.0 koZ.nt UWJrr.1d1

'fA I .onth thesqaare. j ;,1 SCOTCH Sherry and Port Win,. Champagn low rates and with, much care as per shipment admitted ,aasncit credit on,contribute the,propor- that r.liwat county.the deceue i ud (imhe;. It give

., i I. MttktdUt Ckffel. St.. ,George street, neat the BrandyHolland Gin Monongohela WhiSkty4Ouaor. warrants. The leveralln'Yoices.are.now lion ate expensethereof be settled ).. from iani time uk k a fiiW 4iiclwl'
a. I: : :1RUSSELL. 1D1 Adutiabtrzt.nbi, of iaW'&care
Magnolia Hoase.OP ". I ted Wine Uiuors.Cordials, &c., for sale by being opened at retail. /- .
I V a E C.\RR. June 8.".2m Special, Master I. .IAJlEI.A.MICILEJ.
Feb 9 B. E. C4RR. June 2,' inChancery.. ,
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