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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: August 31, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00031

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Denmark
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+ + tete thoUnIonand.t would become, ,
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l 'fiIIt |6Ta'n Violation ever descrjptioa.lnihy/terrrtory, acquired ny waswhen pwn whit Holstein has [long bud political connection
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1d' the ,jj*,.of(hansTrumect:and bf'I the arms of the United.States 'or yieldeg by he at least drew such his sword, a vA agaInst,.aa Washington kli'mather country," -wiih the German Empire and tho German*

.the law ot l'l K#, on-the part jf those treaty, with nnyforelgn'ower. sheathed it:again till he became the : Confederation, though legitimate .rule '.iz
pttkiog sucn Rttemits* I RUol e4. That the abolition of slavery in'thoDlstrict'of and never which fanatics' the king of Denmark. The pith ofthe :trailed
are
Uf tAet" of that country
beauti&lo 8. J& A/firtkf ttJZreJ; Tbat. tho Wilmol Columbia, involving, as it does, an I ruhu, *. I in dispute there is that the people these two '
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plowing
;* fhrlneosprwad Proviso (so called,) whiclfseeks. ,prevent exercise of power'not granted bf the Constitution now Fellow citizens we' have among us.a bandof duchies desire to sever the ties that connect ,

? i tbsier1kei1i *. the iocreftte of one class,of States by impos- ,and.designed as it i ii,as a means nf affecting ruthless, that haY several them with Denmark, and tolmite more closely -

keas$ 3 &c s Ion ')PK problbitJoca.I Unauthorized by the Constlutioa !- tho-lnstilution slavery to tho.,,States against times lawless filled, State savages with, mourning, 'which with G rmany. In this object the'people"of!
our
,&* ve p and subversive/ tho conservative which it is i aimed as a blow, o\1ld'be retards the settlement of the and renders the duchies are said to be united almost onlf' .

their treasures of,'I principles without whlcbl a portion' of the orlgtnal insisted tin,the part of the South, by whatever property and life unsafe country. man and it is, for this that'they' are,now .2

4 "' States would not have assented td the rr\eaps.'aro best adapted lo the 'protection of The United.States'government is under obligations war. .
jidino Constitution evingss 'on ;part of Jhe advocate the Constitution' ihejdetencc .herself and the this'foe to "domestic The king of Denmark, on_the other hand
-waters wafts to remove our
WhEre1Wf bright ,. ,* *an4.supporters ot **Pf orUo,"aspirit 'preservation,or the U !o.. '' Their outrage last year caused claims these duchies as his property, and, Wsubstantiate .
1_$ bostildto thecompromiipojT the iompa t-reck., RrwfpcJ. That, knowing napftrty names-or tranquility. thu claim he unrols the old pedi-?* .
order volunteers
in and Gov. ) out militia
4iltJM! asiarcrng, beauty CM' of the repose; hwnwind; permanence pofitical .divislpns on. question involviag in your for(Moseley defence tp ;for this he wax insolently grecs that tell how the right of governing"has .

vJflr ,mountain.I.l the Union;', particularly l dkngcrou*, and.. u\their settleuient and consequences ibe character rebuked your bybe ffc&ril Government descended to him accor.fllfl'Mo the most an-V ,
smiles ever o'er JoQensiveand Southern -and lives of those-whom we represent '
insulting ; property who has lincg proved priinnples oTlegitimacy itthough. Is l 41tl,
., td $alfl. 2den unshadowed': ftli (.p of the Republic 'anc1.tendfOl; unless l we ,are ready, heart and soul, with a through notorious ajuiblic'ofaccr for his success in d matter of private grown ,' provoking, to read how,these ducIeshave ;

'M ib&bei4 gifts of suppressed by those\ who alone can controlIt uaited front tojqin'Virginiathe Carolinas, and interest. At lencttTa portion ..of the United passed like shuttlecocks to and from the-

to the incYitabledwolMUdhof! the conf er- the other Southern States in taking such measfor'the : Danish crown as certain deaths happened-asa
ff 11th &nitt. ACT and Edoerati of the Stat& 'Ores defence of our''rights.and the- 'preservation States army app car d alJong you.to defend I Countess Hedwig inherited one (Holstein) -

;* JStq: : : .' /YAerRe.ftlre4Tbtlhoughoneo1 I of ourselves' and those whom we 'you and to rc ',ve'yo r. nemy_. Have they because her brother died childless, ami'thui .
done this No t The Indians are still( here,
1 J :. \ IOk. gp youngest member, Florida is not.the Jeast I bold dear as the highest wisdom.of'al"may| and doubtless conviaped now that.they are inVIncible t annexed j: .to Denmark,or as other dukes Pc> +
f'( : Sweet,iioauaiul one attached th Union But in whether thfought southern Convention
buildth" to ? participating :I ( and the forever of the ter orPauI changed its political condition,accordiNg -
country -
and HI owner
.. 1Q e South,' tho glgry and its..I.m *-partaking c.the i .otherwise I. ) sugjjest.and devise. ,inhabit. But what nas become or the to their ancestry. All this stuff Americans
they
". *LeIne. blessings which it secures and anxious .to propetuate -' IwVc/cetf:That cf of these resolutions be would count nonsence, and yet it constitutes -
it is to Texas, to
Whew wfeHers1all!t never l Intrusively come ; them she will not bcttow her'con* transmlted"to the Governor each of the ulave army tVby, wanted teMp absolutely the whole title of Ihe Denmark

Tk cueea-Jlkfc *rtr'a,the ''myrtl and pine, *den on men who rid vocatei either' directly States with a request that they be .laid before' compel Texas another to tribe give up a portion of her 1o Territory the king to tho duchies. And to sus1. t hi* title J

Tfee gdkI.fruitec1 range, and. ruby- mmed"iDe or indirectly,a course of ppUcy;or a measure the Legislatures'of such as an now La session.Passed Semmolcs to in ciyilf ation, hardly'superior Inferior to them incourage. France, Great Britain and Russit have-just'

which Hkebe ,Proviso threatens to the Mouse of Representatives', Ja'ntary ; ** .
shaclotheet \Vilnjot [ Yes Ui" citizens Texas claims j signed a treaty gua'rnntrrnghe .integrity as +
und
. Stall$ W' round thy dwelling* sunder those tifl vS.ktk *!).9\\iA bj!tl P6? States th 1849. Passed The Scnata January 5 that territory which the United States admitted I they rrn'it of the'DanUh momrcby, and the .

non, v i uiduwZublg 1849. Approved"by the Governor 1849.] continuance of the presence balance of power
,
it with
washers
occupying our army
. While birds of all rounie keep omordos tune : .In the foregoing rcslutions there are several During the last winter and spring the agitation before the Mexican by and several oth-T in Europe;and the chief object as stated in the
war, by
; ')y the gush of gbad fountains wc'lI"l'CISt us at positions invoking tha rights of the States 'of the slavery and Territorial question in acts. But President Fillmore thinks that thecountry"beIongs'o first article of this'treaty,'js to maintain the

ere which lew wjll deny and none can contro- Congress became so threatening to the South Mexicans still, and to'Monerels possessions which are at.present 'united under +

,I ::..VA,. iroubles.--- to vex us, IUo' .sorrows to that the entire delegation, in Congress from the Pverglades to Sam Jones. the Danish crown. Prussia was asked ta s en.
vert.Will as belong
" ".'' grieve t'/ any one, for instonce, assert that the I FJerida considered it their duty to warn tQelr .* icu in as __. this agreement, but instead of her signature; J
luerciore earn Jones is pcaceaDie
: l Oh, come to the Soutb''l"be'Sbrine ,- old Southern States would have assented to cqnstUueits.of.tho coming danger, nd'tb're- of the Everglades and our army possession is Chevalier. Bunsen gave a strong and. manly '

;. oHbe sun;- the Union, with the Constitution as it exists, commend to them the ..expediency sending' sent to establish Mexicans and. Mongrels inpossession protest.:. .. ..
L. And dwell in its powers, could they have.foreseen,'or hatl they suspected delegates of the Southern Convention in pursuance of NewMxuy: >I. Comment-oa ,. The situation e&R4ttia relative to this conflict ".

.'. Sweet'.beautiful onel. + 4he podbiitytnatMtheirmeatwOf defence" of the resoluttoris of the'AssemblyThat is It is not is peculiar.! : :She has. now'hcr'armiea'mthe
liomc of( tub such conduct mypurposo
the
Ob come to the "Southr "* would be attacked by Wilmot Proviso's" and i Convention met in Nashville last June; eight unnecessary.blood to mutiny :" 1 duchies on their side;but has just concluded,
I to
. beartJ ,- "Exccutivu Pro viso'V "Missouri Compromise," Southern States, Florida being of the number, Vslir your a treaty with Denmark by virtue of which she'
Ko: sky like itl own, can*ep passion impart : "California Compromise," all tending to were represented in the Convention; there know that man'ofyQU.are alrcaJy Ciaiperated agrees to withdraw her troops and thus in
the soul exasperated --by \iJons, I
l its summer is Itrll in defeat the of the rule of hundred members selected justly aggravated the
The or impair operation were nearly two of hostilities reality leaving two contending parties:
Evekcfpetb ever hi*. lerVW W}"* '' apportionment oFpolitical power?"r U expressly from the whig and democratic parties without by insulting accusations inciting for the Denmark on tno one hand and ihe duchies Ion
'I' firesides
against own sordid -
Cohere would' thy beauty most brilliantly designed to prevent the increaso of State discrimination. After maturc deliberation the 'speculation your and "peculation." tho other to fi.ht. it out. But the protest

having property of a kind identical with their Convention passed a set of resolutions,and adopted purpose I have not the of Chevalier Bunsen is decided against allow-
delicate : sought position
I ,- And tbjTufepass away like some own, und therefocij jnierBated in'the; maintan. an audress, proclaiming the rights of My I countrymen now : politics never had any ing the legitimatists to come in and settle this
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occupy
drcamt cnce of those conservative principles which. $ou:h,repudiating the Compromise bill' which to question. He asserts that. ,
should realized bo charm for me, certainly none strong enough .
EtJcb wish of thy heart arc vital to the South and to the Union proposed tiQlaie those rights, and utteringthe for the sake of to "The states which acknowledge the king of
success, profess
- Eden'to thee cause me,
; Ard hbtortiia land seem an These resolutions were adopted unanimously determination to submit to no compromiseshort that I did not chcrisk"in ''hearts Denmark for their sovereign have never form-

. Then come to the 8outb- by the Scatr. on the journals cf the House I of the Missouri compromise, with the recognition principles" IOnCtczl such I deemed my ual.I ed a collective monarch and have never been
or to as
11 The shrine oMhe Bunt ,- tinduo trace of them; they were probably mislaid of the right ofthe Southern people to con have the North. On recognized as such by any treaty. Germany
no projudices against
I And dwell jn its bowers, for there i ij every reason tor believe that take their properly any where South ofthe line the contrary with New England are ajsocia- has always ;protested against this assumption

,: Sweet,beautiful one had they come before the Uou.se they would of 36- 30 which was established- -first in 1820when ted many of the most hallowed recollectionsof and any attempt by the great powers to unite .

OP FLORIDA. havo passed there ton with unanimity' They Misouri was admitted which was again early life. I would do much to perpetuate them into one kingdom would "produce this +
TO THE. rBEBMEli were adopted in the Senate on the 23 Dec. 1 847. recognized in 1845 when Texas was .annexed, my a good feeling between all sections of greatest dangers for Europe' *

On the 28 Mr. Sanderson,Senator from Col- and which was a third time recognized in 1849 the union but that good feeling cannot be This affair shows the value of Cobden'a

I- FEUDW aSdltS to represent you in the um'b .County, introduced the following resolutions when the the Territory Oregon was establish prescrved;by hosannahs to the union while ideas of non-interference, and shows, also':
: Allam which also passed the Sennit vnanioioriJy ed. What love Palmerston bears to the liberajistsof
all of' who control the of that union
f fU
ace you they government
cannot
, next Cunl and fiWBPtetfo via you. but in tho House the 2nd and 3rd were I have brought before you fellow citizens, perverted iu power'to oppression. If you wish iiure i is interference in the old

take this met p.l ) subjects that struck out.Rtsolvedby. this condensed -view of the matter to show youat this Union must defend c fashioned way, the same sort of interference

There are Just now two florid great ians, one of sAc &nale and House oj RtprtWllao.I once how much the South has already givenup lo ri'fhs prolong, you ni lst require you not only,a cessation your that the holy alliance exercised in nflairs. Thu

engross the attcoUrur chiefly,the other concerns)I Ii"oj the State of Florida in General Assembly to secure harmony, &nd that you may see of wrongs, but 'a'n'abstinence "rum abuse and I London Times as thoroughly legitimatistasany

wbkh coz2erfll It' il tbe condition of convened lat, That any Territory'which the what apparent unanimity: fcas hitherto marked calumny ; these, persisted In, will inevitably press in Kurope is loud in praise of Pal

tb"ol .rc1aUC The one the other is the siaverjqIt&1ioi United Slates may hereafter acquire by purchase the course of Public men in defence 'of your destroy the union, for they i ihllicl an incurable -, merston for his last move on the political chess

our IJldiaft with the latter1bcdesIgU or otherwise, becomes the common honor, your rights,and your afety.I'j.twithstaE4ing wound upon our honor. and our.sensibility board. Meantime Russia is swift to redeem
I $ILL1I betn all these co-.csssions on the her Her fleets about
of the United property of the several States composing the and promise. are hovering
oUbo Cons itutioo was "in confederacy whilst it so continues, it is part of the South; notwitbstandtng she is wit- ; "Never can true reconcilement grow the coasts Denmaik, and her armies are
the preamble
tatC" ILl aaerteclln establish the right vof each citizen of each no 'every' ling to make'Riill greater sacrifices for peace, i Where wounds of deadly hate have sunk ready to enter thu kingdom. Victoria and +

.i border to form a more perfection .c- Slate to reside with'his property oi.every des. her unnatural enemies(I sa. unnatural ause so'deep." Louis ought to be represented also. AH this

luttIce' CMure,domestic tctwnq.the conduct i ciiption within such territory. I circumstances should make them our firm Respectfully &c. ia done to put down the liberal- causo jun tim

Are these oqct2 promoted justice by done to thehhvcnwradnTner R
Slaves to runaway, known as the "Missouri Compromise," greater wrongs and insults or be proscribed Aug. 21st, 1850. minister, now the'ally of'thaIussIar"despoIwhom '
$ pioSlnthVrn instead of delivering having been entered into by the National Congress as trcjfgrf.; For tho sake of peace the South is it heretofore has factiously condom-. .

and by h to exclude under mutual concessions,,should be willing to continue the old Missouri comprolTIisc THE ErrEcrs or SHOT ov THK FIKLD PF BAT ncd-

tMm up! Of toll Terrftories which they sacredl*observed and declared binding forever i line; and by'-that she\yould give up three TLE.-You can form no idea oftbe storm of "On this question at least, Lord Palmerston

outhorn J1W' from and blooal ftranquUi:1 upon the Union. .fourths of the territory acquired trom Mexico balls and shells which crossed each other in has resumed that position from which it is never -

+ 'Ir4 tu acqUIre by thur potnoted insure .1 atacJitLocion Jzqotvi; 3d, That in tho event the "Missouri I including! that part California which is the their drqad course. Before and around the .safe or prudent fur this country to depart.

; our prppapersnd Coinpro shall bo violated by our Northern richest country that the sun ever shone upon. spot of which Field-Marshals Radetiki waS 110 will,therefore probably succeed'in tbo de-. '
+ : aa4. brethren it will be the duty.of the Southern But;db. say the free-soilers. "&DC can never standing, the heavy sixteen-pound shots fence of a lawful cause isrith tho support of

.to."t pam representation to -backtfip con* consent to give you another chance 'have a i' ploughed up the ground tracing in'one place the leading itovcrnmenls of Europe, and in di. .
and and We don't care olou'Uhef'Wnmo( and down like reel opposition to those elements of disturbance
: .- .,; sfitutional ground equality justice lave State. a deep furrow cutting a tree .
referred'i to, havetot should the Constitutional barrier prove in sufficient Proviso any longer because the laws of Mexico stubble in another. It is remarkable howe and aggression which at one time seem=.

" ;, 1)0 tt1ov. *Uctoi mad meD but f.),'carI to secure to us an equal inheritance, as are a sufficient proviso against slavery; these lch kind of mmlehis its own characteristic. cd to find favor in his eyes; and whenever hi.' -

I WeD conft ed to.1. of several' Northern well to the public domain as to tho rights and laws are stjll jn force |in. California, and New There is the tremulous howl of r9und large pursues in defence of established righli .$

It has been the custOfl to the biepen1fttqQ.oqual$9YcreIgntiez privileges of freemen, then to withdraw from Mexico and-we will not not repeal them; but if shot, the whistle of tkq musket'b&LI, the hiss contest with other powers and in opposition td

lute authi'ttte. to transmit oft ,South'.iDllul- tho National Congress, and return to their constituents you choose to enter into such an arrangement of Ihe shell, like that of the Catherine wheelfirework the revolutionary party, we shall .tender him;

| and rcraonUBS we will do this-we will take California and ,and then its detonation as it bursts. with greatsincerity, ojr humble but impartial.

Mac esoMiflS. espoltulationa ofs1aerV.. At tho next succeeding session Go,..Moseley New Mexico; we will buy enough of Texas to Of these list' many which fell 'us assent." '

; IItraDccs on the subject Auen.br! In 147,GOY.I IK again, In his message adverted to slavery agita make two more lree- $ States Of you, of the I missed fire;and many exploded harmless in The most gratifying news from that dark district

In hit ffeuae to the itentionoftheI body to tion. South will help us* iQptyfor iIi) and wewill i the air: but where one fell and did its oUce, 'Austria, is the complete disgrace of its
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I sey 1LreCtMth siaven and a. This part of the message was responded to' pass a taw requiring, runaway' negroes into the effect was fearful. One such struck an butchergeneral Haynau, and surely, if it be'

the 'ct'aUoD rapoctiog for the cnsuin&preai-par- by1 the passage of the following resolutions, br the free States to be given up, if their masters I officer in, the breast,cxplcdd at that iastan', ever proper to rejoice in the downfall of man,

were then prepuio, wft..evidnt'? both Houses nfthe assembly without opposition will convince a jury abolitionists that slaveryis ..struck down' a man at the right and left and it is the present case. Haynau will go down-

. cl !?ss& foresaw whet that : consistent with the laws of God an J that the cut off the upper p llt of the officer's bjjy in to posterity in'company with Nero and the ?

to read pubilcjournali tho Resolutions relative to the question in controversy negroes are slaves, and that, the claimants ore the such a fashion that his frightened horse galloped l- whole race of blood-thirsty raocals who have. "
the slavery question would be prominenteao between the North and South. real ovners. off some distance wiiu tie feet cf thec disgraced humanity by their crimes. The di

,, : is,the appn chioj contest. hire Rjtsolttd ty 'A* Senate'and House of Representative. This fellow citizens, is the substance of the ,rpse in tie stirrups. Such is the spectacle grace of Haynau came over the public cf

. 1 j fR lbe two great parties I drew .qftke aiife ef Honda In Ckneral Assembly famous "Compromise" to which we must con- which a field! of battle occasionally present. Vienna lik>the /ill cIa ihundsr-bolr. He wu
+ saited 00. quettn Tltalto both alike traitors. Pidmontese artillerist who regarded as the benefactor of the emperor, as
convened,That"as friends uTlhe Union, we view nUor. ; be called Not far: off lay a
I act 01 lutlopa designed,&s a common with most serious alarm the course cf .our For one 1 will never agree to any such terms had been struck on the forehead by a spent mp'tu as the savior 'of the m inarcbr, to whom ill

r: pIttorw.whJela tnocratl and whip could Northern brethern in relation Jo the question they may call mo traitor,disunionists,or what id shot, which remainoi in tbu wuund. A supporters were bound'aUke'Dy the ties of .

: witIidLlecC CCPTbCIDlatDd rights equaltt of slavery-.a course which marked by unkind- they please ; I :would resist to the "last ex tiUisar had been killed ut the 'same instant ftratitude and interest and The aonouncemenof \

; J3rMrtoeMk the South. As I was insiilt and injury has already to a tremity. with bis horse, ly'a .bot which had passed the fact' in the newspapers seemed inexplit .
wrong
, J1Ot. member r tie AMrabl,1 handed those new unfortunate extent, weekened the bonds The Southern States have tai Von, at length through the neck of the la Her: they had sunk cable. This article, simple and direct was
most
mokto. a IiI who introducd them which unlt them and 'us-..which, if persisted their proper stand ; from this they cannot recede together, the ridei still in the saddle,and sabre that the emperor,at the instance of his cabinet

_' latbeeM&elbe7 were as fellows, viz iu in the some spirit can only terminate in"u""er without immediate disgrace,ami ultimate still in his hind. The sudden collapse of a hnd been pleased to remove Fefazeugmeister

1 Jl tl 1.daiHte JZeprum- alienation and'the 'pevitable! dusolurrrvi.i ruin. The cause, is a common causs; on*; mm: in full vigor is what most fearful to be. Baron Ilayuau from the command of the lhird

n.rid..Q Aisemblj ft_denig" I>. Southern State cannot if she,wished, separateher ho'.d.! Oue sinks without a groan, al 0'her .army corps and to recall the plenipotentiarypowers I

!:: CoastIh t1oD ofthe : lion RcsnZi 4 Tbit thbnh1y acqiired I territory I destiny from that of her neighbors ; they jumps high frorji tho ground with. a shriek, entrusted to him during the state pf + .

+ raoa. how the powers delegated having beoputcbae1 by blood sod trea- are bound together by ties, which no power fills ovcV, liessiiff and is dead. I saw Gran-. liege in Hungary. The public. after some sua] i
shall be Uahat wit a ball in his forehead, ptnso were officially informed of tha .1
: totfee appor- of which her full proportion was contri- short Omnipotence can Kun cro I. zer from the .
tl.ed. distributed and etcrcised, to promote sure the South she and her sons are entitled Fellow.citizens we all cherish a habitual falter a few paces, leaning on his musket like I cause of the dismissal. It.was in the main :1 If

,+ 1M *Ujinibf the Union,and to protect theliar buted by with other portion of the Un- and herditary love for the Union : but it is the drunken mm and then after n filiut whisper I because the fellow tried to play the emperor.*

$ InWrtttsof the respective membenf1t equally, any ofthe same-thii Gene. Union that our sires bled for-an Union, of about hu home expired. Over the town the in, Hungary. Tho immediate occasion of U .

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140 t. tiers should not be molested"but brought to :* DEMOCRATIC' CO VENTION. .'Vh 'her thl.'SeVere adopted by the mcclfng In l 1821, directly advocated that measurcTiJnd L the Brazos'deSantiagb!* TisflarJyhad.redijiqant };moiiy when at

4 ,, trial issued-condi'inned as Ihougtrit.had not, been The.,Delegates: .from tho* respective counties or not does not appear in the official account finally to cap the climax of 'political absurdity f de St.Joffns WWP.
2. Tho anolhct
:" ; --,,- od a general, amnesty/O'rerorMftrcb:1850.About :three ,)months grant of'S&.'Johns and Putnam, pursuantwith previous We cannot believe that these resolutions speak: he threw out the broad "imputatioTi that the I bD;n;% While in St. he on the Af..

; r : after the sentiment of all the Whigs of St. Johns Democratic Atonic cut ii*
he Jtpt his orders.Huynau. concluded call, met in convention at Pjcolata on party was composed of tho etej .oif'lhe
aJhrgnf
b to Mayor, aiidcfued.
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i\ :. d, '** .%= ..,:>. do this- aim self, nnd dig do it: as though it Tuesday the $7th' instant, for the jiyrpose of. County.-Several, Whigs,united with: th .Dcm- ments of he old Federal party. I state these :while in Galveafon irf. udi.. (
I'manner
,
: V .icaxpe frorn in., 3. lie received oc rats in the appointment of Delegates to the facts from as that bowis roe;.
; .,: positive or. :selecting, a candidate, to; represent the said memory not .having..cither pf his-'. q-nl ti *
I .. |era to take the .to.give secSrhy'In$ the.suiHIrf .
examinations Isoooj
opitbel\deputies and of; the Hungari. counties in the, House of Representatives., of L Nashville convention, and, even one of. their circulars before me, and' }:et' l'r? Clay 4hef foclm at the. .
nCbstnit'riecitizcnsiictermfncil
: : 0 *IIon.rlatItI to, toward.th revolutionary m at ohce :o commis-Vennia the next General Assembly! of thfs,! Sent number was Appointed' Delegate who stated I "e mbodyment'deLiatd' f in his pu'blhhpil j appearance a? thehcff41is C&rl J:

.V for theconslacraUon;of minister Instead of On motion of MauricojSanchez.JGeorge Co- in a letter read in one of our primary meetings! speech delivered in UaIoighN.O. in 1811, ntthe \prl hia.-
i
co) guilJ! and the
bei
: 't .'" ..obeyingbetred: .'sentenced, 'and then pardon 'lee t: q. was called to l the chair and the proceedings that a conviction then rested upon his mind, Federal party had.become satisfied of hid P 'crnbloVOOdcn J\1I.! _

t..l( .' -' ed th crminIl1., IqVfact ho hid become of the several primary mcetingsheldIhrpughout ; i' "i ht the South will f natty-! hate to adopt, measures It j i error nnd "Ihe best,parUof them had joined building* : tQcut shOrt Iuste.. .

.
r- .himself j de
rous
; 'adiIscabiqettcgiitiIItKjk) ; ajUr the thing I cdljed emperor these coiin'ics being retlit up|>card ..- for its cum safety" ajeXhave yet to learn the the \Vhig,. These arc some of the fine stroke career-a mcctiijr! waJHseldi 1ltf4] it .

j ..thai/ own authority* "hc, mini about terg Jhem neal for in that the following person*_were duly sclec" change in that. gentleman's i views thus exipressed. 'of Statesmanship displayed by Ir.. Cabell,' u unanimously the vo pi-tbat the culprithung drouIJ'
by
I neck
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speedily as
,
i i r i. "ai'\j'"arned Iprn tOI obey, but the sarn on- ted Delgat P, !nnd \\\ re either in attendance or t VUf nH going to show a vast'amount: of insincerity- About possible. .
"A. II.
\ S mange tttioo-'for bre.aplr: that marked t hi i, rJ'ie' t tJi) *. Tiprcspnte'J by-proxy,-"jz., -. r the,Whigs' of St.:Johns county had implicit on his part. and belief in thpgullibility of the bled arojSpd 9jcock, door the citiznra *.m.

if' Ctesar-i-characteized uo rascal"lii is'coiuluct us. oraye ailiilias .lFrom farlb! lRir. ereck Putnam County.-.: reliance on the wisdom t rfuness and patriotism people-or! : u want of that knowledge 'ofthepojitjcal keys 0(the jail theg1I'and the* and demanded t tk
as a pleQi- culprit fronts
the
potentia.ry. !The"brave lluiuarinnv I bJmJIit" i .. Ii jorfNatTiin Norton, biJoori i'elvingsto'n. cf a jtldrge majority 'of contirett.. 4'C;4- history of The country, and of parties U t Tho Sheriff _

\ '1t .>'Treer upon this dl IUls\a1. .H'"n'II..I''fcfoo.n'|' ,i.ab, -Ii.4war4: *'IIqoJ. \Vhyiu.! tho name of co monj senVp did they! v wouidlqualify him to discharge faithfully crowd that deputy he held the Remarked to-J

set at liberty and restored td'iluir honici. l9m f1..ou! Patnv4'univ. tpartfapjatc !in tho Nashville convention: 1 the:;;duties 'of jiItatidfl.} These, positions keys and that 1..Wu
.t. J'fcrrfl his
duty to
safely the
v- / keep
France cotinuc tt, look as durkas: ever Zicforiah; Alotts, O.Futch; R. DarUis( S. \certainly 'understooJ4flutiho; 'wfcnY of afford problemsyjiich l will.be of diffident he prisoner, and that

even under dluk.r the "Trie- prnceedji i iis'tl.-o/4% carried cfinki.m i: :*, # -.*.. .> . confidence in the majority of, cjjngressbn,theSlavery solution by any of, the 'ordinary rule!\. did not feel disposed to resist the demnati.
op;_ ._ revered mmo, a rwpulilir. arc di madeby the majority of, the citizens.
r r.i kLi'-- } ion:Twa t6at laid 1Ietb"
quest
downfbr their
jJE muen Iis1z St'S<&na? C uy/y. ; na very 'thing, Ulucidation.\ II
ot ? S3i"
hilt ho
't : would
!> .': ., ra he ., give up tho'keysi14
ipted' .utblothtcall oq.hat onyenqQ. -, Lr.CabelIeucceededbMtiieusece sutmtlc"pan1"a _
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fiurnjllaiifig ; .. pr
I andtftV( whole Kovcrfim rnt isinanifestin h.cZ.; *t"*ji w.ar wJ n* nM? "SB& *' < ..
t i. a ** A ; iri-fy' ** s5/J'Ti'*
rather( lh' marks of a Turkish! i grcss, whatneed was there for the Nashville i' 0 : fmm'tul. .. aJjfIJ' ,. .
province 'those : From St. Johns County St. Augustine,4Col. ; ttie J.AC .
than _
of free country. Tlic new convention? We have ,always supposed themainVubject own, or from the strength of bis own party, if .. '
.- ,'le ;Qrillla\V. cutting off the riJhtf voting, O. Humphreys, Mathew Solana, John .. the placu of execution! unbound ao| o ____ .
-
of that convention was to uniteI after all he has said he can be considered oj.
does not ..
disappoint Ihe
designs of iis friends Dick, Bartolo: Paccttyjr. Jacob Micklcr, JamesA. : val remarked that he wished !O ie,
nqd.4oejj the South, in the action of b lcnging to I.heVhig These-dlvi-
Congress,
; the resisting party.
notdestr9y
'rphecics of its I
: en ilickler, BiUijumiu Dupont.Chas. D re ward, I woufd.writerio his brother 'I I for Sin Mtonio.
cmics. The prognostications of the latter that itVas to prevent if possible congressi lions I in the Democratic lines have-been hapily
r Paul{ Arnau.Moxander: Solaria, Albert D. Rogc :I I Bixa and others. The Rev. 31 .
Cram
throughly
wus the detestable
: measure, con I.i from invading the rights ofthe South. If ourVhigs' healed and under the lead of the gallant and eo..
I I I cocted, aretnow |han fulfilled-the number ro, F. C. Humphrrys. Geo. Center, l ,
; of \ have in-truth "implicit reliance on the indomitable Beard, the State of Florida ,must &
voles being cut down some seven): millions., R0.. Canova, Win. Hanham, James Hardy if ho desired any preparjitipn
I .. It this bo.not nu extensive there wisdom firmness patriotism of a large meyorityrf again assume her lost, position amongst the or sly'
sweep never' statement
to b1a"cu ho
)t. Gould.
Wiisonej Mean tinju he I sisterhood of Southern Democratic States.- : was about tok
( plaything;; via congress: ? they are certainly I a confiding ;
... idcnt; i is making his pre Yfom 1'{:uZilla St..Johns Counly. I Launched :into: Eternity ; he aid he
.
tours W
: hither and thither. i I people, and we will, be bound for it that inn a The South now present on unbroken front of
\4 bowing and scraping, ns full :of allusions to J. D. Durrcncc, John Lee Williams, Philip nothing more to state. Rev. Alt. C. Oumm f
the other City, town, or village in the Southern, Democratic States, Florida only excepted.N. .--
t groat name of which his own M but ns the \Vecdinan.] i if he.would like him to for him
had of c country such resolution be at Carolina has stood'almost nlon for pray bait|
; confidently From Moccasin Branch St Johns County. during whrclttimeijot.
;
; titlinufd .as.sharp! as ever for the title; pf cmp.erorg any meeting Whig or Democrat. shackled with the chains of VVhiggery ; but amcle .-

t _.,,:,- ; 'llm'' i is nothing i in our age:more sick'ilingtuan ) Albert Romero( 2nd D. Solans. Out saysthe Second resolution While we : she has at last yielded, and this old Citadel of of his face or body moved ; but rcmaiflelas

I ; all ims. One woniJ thai From Matanzas St. Johns Co nly. has staunch as nothing were about to h
support wheeled and
i have regarded the Compromise Bill, as siriclly Whig hopes generously
the galUnt 1.I-Clvle who havt Francis him. He in the 1>
i -. : and so .w'd1.' (fora heifer fuughl so often Pcljic'icr '" in accordance with every principle of the constitution ranged herself for the first time side by'side pen mean time reoue
jtcwprnmc t t'descrvc d credential satisfactory the to-i)$& ;' but as
The being : convention no p. rson would '
bettor thf'U:8' Uul the is' involved in the questions now agitating with her sister Stales of Ihe South. Why is under 7

t ,jio be wounded, popular in. the caiic hotise of ouen its. was then organized by the appointment country as eminently calculated to settle.1 those this: The same candidates have offered I to this, and the crowd cried out, hang'him;, ,

/ : :-- irieniln. and ni\\ here of Col. G. Humphreys"President andCol. present knowing how to make
hasal been a ban
dut the
I so MC LUS ,questions, in a manner JUST TO EVEST SECTION,! people for Gov. that offered the last time,
Jy betrayed it )has been in Franco. !. John Lee NVilliams, Vice President and I knot, he picked the "rope froo the'
nnd
be satisfacI | the before is ground
r OF THE Union, and such as should yet one they rejected now .
!, DUtOflSUtt$1flQ1I.ST.AUQUSTNF Nathan remarked, 1'II.bo,,
NortonSecretary.Whereupon I tory to the patriotic, moderate und right minded .,!, the chosen Gov. by many thousand votes. you hoi for re
: ?
Nathan Norton.second L many a one. Those
:' Major of all parties yet. &c. 'Here is c rtatnly' !! The Legislature before largely Whig, is nowoverxvhelmingly maDajtln the
j .. ed by G. Yclvingston, E q. moved that Mathew I fearing that it was not well done .
undone1
not a Very gentle rebuke of JWessrs.: C.tbellj Democratic., The nnswcr. isplain.
Saturday, Angu choice
convcn'.ion : over
again. A
-- i
: and Morton the Whig representatives in Con- ) The Whig L1.utY has-refused! to standup cart
: I;: 'F RTRBP./ESENTATUE; ---- r : for said candidate, which said motion.j, : brought up,he remarked ho knew he
,TO CpNGR : gress from Florida, who have in common wish j, 10 the rights of the South,-they have pro'nosed ,had*
: die
I HEARD, OF LEO CO. .being put by the chair was unanimously a- { others not only opposed the compromise, on to !trail i in the dust the; Banner of a g:LI- and would die like a man. Ho mou'l

J ----i; -- ___.__ _-_*=-- el after which the President declared the cart as if nothing: : was about to take
fOR REPft ESE constitutional. grounds but on its, injustice."The I; !ant people who never yet UiriieJ the luck upon pta

I 'J1'ATIVE" Tf) r.IE. LEG-' dOE/ ,. SCllana duly nominated] candidate. I I Spartan band of national Whims'* hive an enemy, and sternly hasthe \Vhig plrtyrcLukcII board being plarlpd on the wheels! hu raa

ISLAroRE ,, mOlion James liz Col.! G. I ted this, and the- "'was
j r Humphreys, lenders. Democrat rope piacwj
never cont'nded'thot it was strictly constitutional : their They grasped the actQJS'bcam'usld :
.
MWJEV $OLALt. G. Center, Col. John Lee Williams, Major Nathan I for
: .I Norton; and James M. Gould, were a p. or just, but as a "COMI-KOMISE"! they in ic banner with 36 :30 inscribed on its I L hoisting beeves and the

The friends of Mr M. D. PAPV announce pointed u committee to draft resolutions expressive in common with the "national Democrats, f flowing canvass and Lore it victory.. What adjustoTarounJ his neck, the aoolm.il'

him as a candidate for'tho 'ott} od-| Register: ) .ufthe,views of the Convention on the (Father Ritchie and Foote) recommended it i will the Whigs of I':. Floriua doVm they: asked to .IIn 1li3llanJ-i tied, after which

...'.... of Public. {.1nJs. .: ',, i: sillijoci l of i he.removal of the Indians. and advocated it, as /fie"BEST THE FOUTH COUID : crouch themselves. on the iimcrublc platform said "Friends I bid you oil tiuqayeU"nJ Sxf f.
4. After u short recess, the said committee re I J
II The Address ,I ported, the following resolutions! cia" after G cr."'It,woqld be a work of supererogation for I[i l laidatjGravillyHill in Duval_ County, by the not dieIIuivconernorerequesr.to think mafc of ,

I tif Major neJrJ0\: the frerrnm : being read and discussed were unanimously; us here to point out the unconstitutional( and j,. Whigs there, and pass through! the Canvass or speak of m,-, n' r aUomy

of It Florida will) lie fpunl) upon our first paj e. : ,adopted. unjust features of the now defunct "C'ay! cotpproimsf ,with colors drawing and amidst! the hissings: rents to learn cf my. sad fltr[ ibr they Art ,

is a patriotic document and! takes; n high I I Rfsalic.l, That the permitting the S.minolo bill," that work has been performedby and reproaches of the gallant frecineu of pccluble.ivc: man was,so burdva tel'(

>tand for Southern rights. It uiiljbe'seen that Indians to I cilia in in Florida! is contrary to the more able individuals I than Oltrt"h'csa1ld:; I t,y Florida! who with the! entire South? to> fop freemon's that death seemed sweeter to-him fhan ,to:
pur RpprrhCiitatjvcs' pledges of 'lie Administration, and is a grievance m this ,
\
w
in rd.rJ'h
t.; far carried Congress, have thus' ; : which the inhabitants. ofihe State deprecate the majority of that body of which some? 9fthe rights or fivemeifs: graves 1 orwill stood ] 'p..ur doomed w

r out by their votes the will of the and which ought to be remedied without St. Johns county IVhigs have / >licir! they scum the nume of submi.s:ionsls: and I high-above the ciuwd-tis: hU1J "

people of this State ns expressed; by resolution.! ; d !lay.Rrsolced.. reliance. strike for thp rights of tho :South: 1 tho 1100,0 clased around bis ,lic1..k.; Ul'A ...

of our Legislatu.ro' On,these resolutions Tliat the to throw the oJi.lam ture changul, cool, calm
Ma )rI attempt We have heard a great: dent "Prociso??, Mr. Ciibcll's; position on the Clay submission colitctvrf.moved /; 1h j

Beafd plants himself ::nnd unwavering, in his I I of the continued the Democratic presence pi this annoyance but we.. think the most fortunate one that possibly I bill, is unknown to the people.of Flori&!3. i from under him and such' a s

f. position daunted fur the >'outhiboJdly;; proclainv nl bf. upon of the commanding party General through, is avotidemnation could! have been added to these resolutions ] He has done nothing towards: placing :the II never' be-fore:, b bdJ. it w :; evikntIy .,

ing "by such epithets ns 'tro lor"'antl a fabrication whose purpose is i toulcccive.Itesulud is there embodied, and we move to strikeout people of Florida right on that subject! perhaps ntcntioutojuiAirwm: tha c..ri himselfj;

: I 'disunion! that'he will resist Injuries to iiis That the Governor of Florida combining excepting the Proviso which wilj leave he may have been waiting to see whicf&j: was prevented by thc carJs moving '

4 I country to the, last.cxln'iniiy.*' ; And urges with the Federal Government and virtually them to read as follows "lIoZdin: oursehesplegded would be the popular side in Florida and; I time. He died after a short stn.>gl -taa atay: '
I to retain these in
; consenting people
our
I ; 1 i dffence(Jniun.fright I ? as the true preservative ,uf t this country is recreant in his duty to the State only to the scrroRT OF THE SOUTH 'conSTITCTIO : will give a short opinion here without char1'e. !l1 ated the earthly C4ueer uth.i uaiujii :

ResoheJ, That wc prates! against this allowing AMD THE Union," on this proviso we It is this that shortly before the.election in "D.U Hardy"-may his fatci' be an example!

:\ I c' LEON COUNTY. the Indian to remain in Florida, as contrary think those whoso hearts nre in the right place October, Mr. Cabell will flood the State of others'oft.he same character. d rf|

.J> The Democrats have nominated; D. to the promises of the Government-opposed | the "right minded of all parties" in the south Florida with circular.*, defending his position, : Capt. Brcnnan: was consigned to tI' $

I' Mo Jey. hugh: Archer, Dr. ]<'. i%. Byrd nnd to the successful occupation? and setic'e will stand united. rep ret ing that the active and fafigueing 'resting place by the I. I. O. }o.aad.
: ;. 1). 'V. Gwynn, as Candidates for ment of thc country, contrary to the
: ; I the State of hi. office have prevented his concourse of citizens.On ,
I '' Legislature.,, and safety of inhabitants and disregard visiting you :'
For ths Ancient
; i.. j.- .DUYAL COUNTY. o that protection which isjustly due from I the L City.We personally and discussing before you the the 16th insr. the cryf bira ,
,j / "have some times a curious problem to stop ift.
f The following )persons have been nomina' Government to the governed and contrary to great question at issue, and pledging! himself him was heard and a
L !:1' ted solemn solve: in philosophy and Mr Cabell person was secajf .
by Democrats treaty stipulation' political ,
,for the Lcgis1 to the ,
: turcyiz: generally South ; but to no particularlino ning to the river
I' .. Col. .ohn B/oward for On I has furnished several and is hkly to furnish I' endeavoring;togaio toe|
-4 '- the Senate and Thornps matuin of 2))1. Solana, it was ResolteJl of This is ican.Ba'nk'
t; ps.Ledwith and Hading. C. Prescott for the. That the thanks of this Meeting be presented us another, soon. When,ho first, &et out policy. my opinion and my i when a boatpursucj him andli

: &ouse.. to James Riz, Esq., tor his kind and polite I in persuit of the White House, he issued a circular opinion further is, that it is unfair, for Mr. the culprit back. It was then ascertain '

,I' ; ORANGE COUNTY< attention 10'the Convention in the furnishing Cabell having the whole season before him I to he had been gambling
a
t I We learn thatDoct. CJeorge E. an and convenient for its, ,,in which he declared his political af- his dispute arc ,
Hawes, (1 Democrat appropriate room delay issuing circular until the eleventh ween, himself) and '
.I i ) is a' candidate!'for re-election in .this accommodation am for his, urbanity during unities by several negative propositions showi i hour, and then it adversary for l&eifa,
throwing 12ic. Ho
<;4.Cotirty. No, opposition. its session. I ing thereby that be was either igi o- on the people of drew pistol; and shot ttowi
j
11 I ':,. ..; On motion of James, Micklcr, it was Resolved rant himself of the history of parties or I be-, the State affording no time to discuss its positions -, through. his shoulder ano her maeicss'"

I ,That the proceclings of this Convention or analyse its conte tl. As a voter I and. received '
a ball
in his
IRe i8tcr j lievcd the people ignorant and easily imposed ---- neCk>J
of .
Public
Lands. be %published'in all tho Democratic should like to read meditate caused hi ,
papers .. on it, weigh it, death__ .in_n_Ki .iri.. ..- ,"'L- *--f-
.. n
-
1 TheY of the State. oIk. "---h P. ,
friends of Mariano D. Papy hiving an- 'w and compare it with factsand if Mr.,Cabell has "Flares" was
jounced. him ns candidate for Register of The'onvention then adjourned sine'die. lie dt-clarcd he belonged not to that parly c confidence his position, he immediately taken .otat
would slaughter
doubtless
Pubjic Landsat G., HUMPHREYS, Prcsid .n'. which office ? pen-and executc in the liie .1
I 'c. the election in October next, appointed. Congressmen why desire that the"
I ;! in '-$lace of Major*Johrr Beard' whoso term XATJUB NOBTOX, Secretary.St. ,bcaii eit bAdji' jendenqy to"corruption by people} should .have ample time- a.!' theform- t one. TIIia, man. i1pre..

then 'expires, wo chirn to' ,be of those of hi Jt t thread and a/gest/ !its cojjtenbLjnd, become e dio JJa.L1mo oa
;
which means members of Congress would! surrender 'aei. 10 '
Johns)
rends; who County converts doctrine To tK if
woutJVish him ,elected, ;?and tothe :* I the W? 'sctb-.

-; t herefore, join most heartily in his support. o WHIG RESOLUTIONS. themselves policy! of,the administration -( ral influence. of truth on the mind,, The longer urdcr, rnan.fa Brownsfm- .
with the of *.
.
to
hope being appointed .
: Mr. Papyh a.n'tlivc of St. Augustine-- Wo find in the Jacksonville Republican of we,ponder on truth, the fairer the impression early a'the: raornlng tilts .qi.
"ben quite fad he distinguished lucrative of honor., ; in pLteo.1jO
a left
his homo and posts
vent which it
makes
>
,
the 22J instanfLthc following! resolutions forming on the mind. friend I hero
to Tallahassee, to read law, with great credit I Yet Mr. Cabell was at that time a member of come tu day to mura1er _
r to j part of the proceedings of Whig Meeting "PINEY \TOODS." get killed '
\ i'witb nimsclfho has by life own 'energies and / t the Whig party, Dntll had advocated the eoc-! myself;, and. this you jceMru' !
his own resourccspersverctanl elbowed i held in St. Augustine on the 16th instant. I lot'oftbis'ruffiun he
t lion of General Harrison, who on assuming BROWNSVILLE Texas dd nor a cra
his ,
29th
until ho July
way hlurh"CtI to a respectable The committee oppointed to draft and'report 1850. he .
I stand at the bar. His integrity! *nd apt business resolutions expressive of the schso of the meet- t the dutif's'o'r the Executive! chair, appointed .)Jlr. ,Editor: With'your kind indulgence I i Inooceqt wounded one and killed

talents" arc well and, (;favorably knowp to four members Congress to Cabinet offices will relate to you what took man.; .
i &c. others the follow I Ing. I pLace in this city .3
) iug reported The
811lith) among .I
Whom he i isj acquainted: and particulerly | olon Where then, did Mr. Cabell stand according -, on the llth and 16th inst. communist; large will pro
to !rery g nt1nrnn$ who has served in i I, a bad impression "
to his own showing ? Again he declared Brownsville bat
{, our Legislature for ,the Inst ten years.The Resulted, That the Whigs of St. John's CounIV -I Judge Lynch ruled our city for a few days, and respectable .

i /', dutiesnf thlsoffice; nre very importanl have implicit reliance on the wisdom, firmness that he belonged nut to that parly I! murder had b :ome so frequent and committed thus -portion of the 10i
'" lathe ond ism of the Administration and which proscribed faithful public officers for !i f i W: compelled Jo this'
) Butte nnd arduous, and we believe: Mr. Pt1t.ro : so openly that the better portion of the : resort to r
.1) ; of' a large niajority of Congresr and have qn opinion sake, we find that primitive juitice. '
apy eminemlyqualified to assume them: yet same party under community had to resort to ,:
abiding Faith in the love of country, moderation some summary .; Three daya anoiher 1
: tl !- the lead of his chosen President proscribing : ego '
; nan
was
i
to
1 i- and conservative feeling of the great mass measure prevent them. On the evening of by .
t ElecTioti', qf f Judges by tile People-() of our countrymen throughout the length and for opinion sake more faithful public officers the 1 1th inst the night before at a !'Fandango" !I I struck an engineer his; named Howard SIaugb.

ANQTHEaSUMMEISETl! breadth. of the Lund. than ever, before known under] any or rather after having left it, J I: victim STtf the beau4 with .
Capt. John
Bren- Iron
k ',I r I .' T te Sentinel' of the 20th instant falls in 'Resohed, That while wehavc regarded |the'President. How is this ? nlOVas followed,. stabbed, and killed ,which caused ihe fracture ot. .
the
) Compromise Bill' ns 'slrictlV' in accordancewith by a consequence
i I wjth lhef resolution of the Democratic, "facet.ing every principal of the' Constitution involvrd I 1 Again he declared that he belonged not to notorious ruffian. ,named.Bill Hardy. The mur.1 murderer wa immediate des

!. i in Tallahassee: on the subject of election in the questions now agitating the country any party: which held to the doctrines! of President derer then walked back to the house with' his his trial has,been commuted to jail' !'

; .of Judges by the people and says. ns eminently calculated to; 'settle those I Jackson's', Proclamation, etc., yet we t knife 'In hand rc king with the blood of attf1hext'Djst1j; Court. f -
its
WjC.SHAU 'q'u( <>nsm a manner just''to etery section of the know that Gen. Harrison whom he sustained L "FaD
: CUT A SUMMERSET' AND GO:WITH victim, exclaiming Tm a Tart, and that'a. ,
UnilJn and such should:>be the h' <
TEEM. No man has had more, honest as satisfactory/16' for the Presidency, and to whose parfy he then I I 'l'*
or serve
stronger' thu patriotic moderate and rijtht minded or all way my men. Some of ,the bystan Engiiz7 111. Amnpfrjrgo '

I, ,prepossessions i against dropping the judicjary I, parties, yet t-t.1DlIIJC upon national gtvund and belonged had pronounced that Proclamation' I ders supposing him to wive.hod difficulty with girl speri4s more thai ()DtJ bait bet

jnto; popular canvasses and jplections butT uloflrom any faction and disposed to submit 'I the most masterly exposition of the true principles a Mexican, advised him to leave. which he t hour"i in phyaic-I: amsere nt whJch
I did. ,
: maturer observation and reflection! havesatis-; to or insist upon no "ultimatum,' we are !! of the constitution that had ever emina- Soon after it was ascertained that he 1 develop and inlgora aD.d Ipn t t.
to meet nil parties in a spirit of Compromise had kilt.! powe'l
Sborjdeewalke
ready -
I fled that almost is preferable t ted from any of the departments of our dniyei'
process
uf eel
any gov Copt. B., he was.then W.
I the. ,
I and will hail with pursued-men water
!' approbation any |1 I I were runs, dances .
election ,
ton legislative ; ernment.*. How is this ? pays, i
measure that will adjust our present I sent to the different Ferries, and the rope,. ,throw
tho
observation about day-i ball
,riend-"maturtr an1refaction I bach'
Keep: : on difficUI-1 I I he saidhe
Again belonged not to that draws be
those offered
ties eaual terms as in the
: T ," mny make you a good) uL fuco J." | on as partywhich light morning he was taken and con-. all bows keeps up the shuqi
bill proposed by the Committee of thirteen, advocated direct taxation, etc t et Mr. ducted the this Without having it
'J ytjt.. These are good times fur Loco focos and I a to county jnil. The tOfC1et P-
4 ho'din ourselves pledged only fa the! support cf who the I only reason ;,t'rmind ihat she is
: Clay was "embodyment" of
1 4 _; better;; nf"i coming. : I j \ !t i :I Whig given for this brutal outrage Is; that CnptaJn 4 W.habit does this every therebY''lUting day until it

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Mr. Mulleson then movuil to suspend, the i- iai< I. "N t -.'
her mefcutnr tyslem l ctter developed, herHcrWHH rulhs.'>r the of resolution I.'IVt' III.J twenty,' rricil'.;!jh ninhissndortj[; Tax Collector's Notice.I oUee. -
:
purpoco offering a J
*** *. jn better subordination I I undersigned Tax AMetPtor and Collector weeks after date I shall apply to the Judg of
$ her
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y SIX
making the Postage reform bill the special' order I nnd,where ho learnt ,Hits wind I e. n't .tell, THE
in
and for
,engtfrmoreendurrng. and tho whole tono of the County St. Johns will attend every '! the County of St. Lurie for :
) her mind healthier Mie mn not. know for the fourth.Monday of the present !tsuppusu*' inidirnfurpurIwu gl.. "double: or dny (Sundays excepted) at his office in the Court letters of Administration npon the estate of I.. M. K. ,
I tbo' of > as month; but, without deciding i it a motion to ad[quits? |i lljuaetihlthe 1st. day of October next for the purpose M, UISor, deed laic of sail.Cowiiy.W1LLIAJF.
, r nt age fercntcen the American
much ns
Jour was carried.TASTINGS. Bit blood J/Jboil/ but contrived, to say noihng of receiving; the State and County Faxes for theye'ir RUSSELL.
girl utautyi at A general thing the does -only to .hugh.Kcallrniadntnc8aid. 1 I I'-50. June 22d. 1650, ., ..

nut; bUl.11 grtiwlh of tier.ntellect has been OP PUNCH. thcbrutr, bcgining to '11 persons subject to the. payment of Taxes, are -;- ,

. ttimuhieU by no hot-house culture, and ; be gruff Imusl have yofor 1VeU. ">*. ,., II i r-p'cifully requested to settle within the time pre- after qllf'e.date I shall present my ac-.
I' ihnitcrh! maturity; comes later It will- orooor- Punch Is pretty good this time. The sweet '\ ,then,' said I, throwing my veil' quite I f4liftcd hylaw. SIXmonttH; J voiiclurrs a* Admimt i ratnx pV the

: iion1Iyi.d lo ger. Eight hour of mental ll and acid'well rniniled.Mrs. back, as if daring him to do hill \v.irat, as (lur R. D. CANOVA, Eme of William iil.hoiw, deceased to the Hon.
ic*$aj ti tclr cia,. tur girls between ten M'tuer on 1'raveUinj-CI I pride my age there's my face; and take' what you Tax Assessor and Collector. Judge of IW I. of Al.ifhun County for a final

p j4Ieteen year,or len hour each Jny.os myself upon anything, if is, th. t J never :ravel like out of that.* __S-. .\u I'Htine Fla._August 23rd. 18. .0. 'I Hell ..iirntfsai.l Estate, nit'l shall at the tItlC time,
. ,: isanwtlroea require at school I, with two with more than six trunks, twp bonnet boxes The wretch laujjhed-rwrote something-and -Chancery Sale.. --" app'V for L. uT4of Uioini-.ioniis such A,lni'n! iltra.-

> hours for meals, ono (or roligious! duties,the and ono moderate basket, even,if 1 leave home gave me my passport, which I did notJook nt, and by vritueof a decree of the Court *-f tiv of which all ptrsyo ii&iereed iu said .Estatew

remainder forpj *ical exercises, are enough for. a month.*' I.i was in such a passion till I'd locked myself IL) Chancery holden in and for the County oi St. lake. notice. .
I to'brcai 4ora tiro strongest constitution. Mrs. Mosuer is about leaving.for France and fairly in my own room ,nt home. Jehus Florida made on the' 2-1'dlJ) of July last.in the ANN JOHNS A-lmintftratru

; ., npplics to the ambassador for a pajupurt.While Would, YOU bclive itVhru I unfoldtuhhc! I! case wherein Josepha Cue,Administratrix of tlie! K-: \' '1'. J. PKtVATT, Ag 'l1t.

BOlliG I liT COXGBES5.CorrttpmtUnc I the ambauador is writing a description passport saw within ay my description tate of FrancisUne, d deed is complaint and B. E. -. Newnan3viye.- Fla.June 3d, Ie50. _

ofiht Charktton ffeio of her person tho good lady thus soliloquies, 'Ae$'which is Frcnchfor aged- Carr, and and othecs Creditors directed cf bl Estate are .Kf.udanta PioaArEOrrcETSTTJonN.-Cui"sTV, )
to I
me thall Master
WJLSIITKGTCS, Aug. 20, 1850. while watching tho: the movement. ot his But no, Mr. Punch, not even to you will I c.rpohc to sale in the mode,manner and is special extent as h3thMaich,1830. )
pro- Ifotice.Executors .
In the Senate Mr. Clemens! presented tho'proeeedtngs pen:- reveal tho insult tbat' been put upon me. viledin said decree, L forr th' Cort llou r in ihe I/

:.;, and, resolutions of several'public ''There go my eyes upon the paper said Ito No; 1 leave it for my fellow sisters to guess; City of St. AU stinC'. o1J Mnndvtl..ih il.iv nl (V.tobcr ,.A'diumiatrators.tiuanluinaand ilell'o lile others
meetings hell In' Alabama', sustaining the myself ns he looked at me; and whether or and with it this warning: ,not to have n- passport next between the hour of 10 ami 3 of thai, ,liy. : account required' the 4tatute in tLmiftice ilie nnnunl
NfttbviTle Convention.Mr. no. I dic11 tel 'em twinkle. 'And that's my Uiamsclvcj, but-for then they'say nothing followfhg real Estate assets of tIieEtateo1 Francis that] unless the cntetl; art hereby notififJ
eame nre ; without further
'.: ., !Sfoule, from tho Commlitco on Com nose, I'm sure of it, for it suddenly burned so; about'years-but when.they d: abroad, (qe, decd. situate lying and being in ih* CiiyW unnt ce wary delay the provisions jiru of the law,
: ,. metre retorted a bill creating several Collection arid that's my mouth: and I couldn't help smiling to goon the same bhcct with their hu'J bJ.Dds. St. Augustine in said Conuty St.John, to wit: | in such maiLer wilt be igidly enforced 19ainl',1'flutiCOl \

\ '. Ditr tI and pori of Entry in 'Califor I at the tbought..and that's'my complexionfor Yours, insulted.ThcJIoneysudcle. A House and lot corner-of" CharlolteUo"I' suit l C IIU\IPIIRfYSJulee of Probate.
I felt a flush-'.tnd that's my hair;and : AMEUX SIousER." ridge Streets. March VL;

4 _l XQW .1 'am.fti1f 'h.d..'" And having} given my Exhibition of Industry..-.The exnibition of in'noj A Lot of ground corner ol f George and Partner _____ __
:t4BfcJ 1c wliI- CUuUt JuwaVal.! ov r: al It be. _the Streets nnd four lots of groan. INos. !MM3 15 at N Otlce is hereby given, that six months altar
%*$* 'ryi Ir. l as s..4bo' 10110. .Se. Poitt. ': '. '. ,. date we will.present tp theJudge- o( ProbatepJit
'. ', #.hn COUttE.r.O ..110
JtAa jAPJETEBCKNDV tlJ1em
S bii d .euttIt t S? f ufb fqt uii'fC t\w **** i r l **fwp**' **|U IhQ'st ''', industry, complamg, and iho Industry Sheriff'of St. Johns County and .odi ''teo r E' CUor"iTe Ui. 1 ab :._

: 1 >. of English thatcvca 4 poodle might be ashamed of finding fault, and the industry of making S Master in Chaocer Spec Testament of Mary Key e*. -deC'ultd. and,.ai'Testamentary

.JIt. C&u14 he was perfectly willing to of- mistakes, but with very little industry to 23rd. August 1850. ) Guardian Iier.children, and farther notices
ijv thing to aid ..Inuhexarryin ot the What is your ago J' repair1 them. l' _ i hereby givun that we wdlnt the same time npply
Blacking.
lh *Q principles contuinui in The act of 1793.TJswa What?' crioJ 1 and th-iy might have heard There has also been a 'woudorful industry lIST received Military a few dozen Renders Leather impervious I, to the said Lidge. Ibrourrlnnl. di-. harjas such Cxcttor'a -

i wcro.!-lt, the right of the master to arroftand mo in the street in collecting money, but a shameful lack, of J to water and gives the surface an,EleRant -- .e aid Guardian*:
I assert his claim to the fugitive; Sd the 'What is your age? said tho ambrwdor.: industry ,on the part of those who haye theme : polish without destroying its soft ennplvand cbs. FOJSTI.VO TRUV Exec: and Tcsfry Guardian.
once'more twisting his l lerrot' mustachio in BATn>r.oO..f.ir REx, .:x c.'nnd T Guardian
: !t'r1
rijfet to bring him before the magistrate and n to paand ought to pay but some will lie qualities: .
,. rod the such an aggravating way that I could have turn : not Rccromincuded for Harneses By (t N I'APV, Ag.-nr.
bin t Sdthat &
..** bare ) it ; rmgitrafrtlpon it oft pay. __________ I Carriages, c. S'. Allgustnlra; ; C 1S50.
sufficient proof shall render the slave to his At Retail. B. E. CAUR.
.
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master, to be, by him carried back to his 'Well,, said I, 'what next?' And that's all MARRIED. OFFICE CO. COMMISSIONERS, ; THUJA6 L'A.

State.Air.. he pot out of me. On tho 26th instant. by the Rev. E. Aubf, ST. Joiiss rousrr, > TillS eMabhtf'ament! the most desirably

Dayton moved to, amend by mbatitu- 'Whet is madanje's age?' said the ambassador RAMON HERNANDEZ Esq to Miss ANGELINA 6th' Ali lIst; 1850. ) it:situated of any in the City, havm< a prunuoflj -

: ting 4he bill proposed by Mr. Webster when bdgining to lau b. .. 'SOLt\NA. 10- DOLLARS HEW ABU. nade feet facing South, oni' a streetrunningpawallfl

the Compromise bill was under consideration.( What a question for a polite' Frenchman! On the 27th instant, by the Rev. E. Aubril, above reward will b? paid for such informa \\ahilie River and Ocean. tonseqaently -
? This allows the right of triul; by jury to decide said laughing too. 'Ask a lady's QgeVell.! THOMAS LUTE, Esq to Miss MARY FRANCES THE 'as may lead to the Jfocoveiy and c,nvte- not exposed to the North K a:t w.ndf. lu*

upon the identity of the fugitive.&ln I'm sure!' BOURGUARDEZ, all of this City. tion of the Individual or individuals who recently broke Iliis !14atseueonudergonr. tlioru'igh;ut., 'aiid now
Mason spoke against the extension of 'must know maduma's age' said tho ambas and removed portions of the railing from ,the St. Sebastian Tics with any similar EaUkbL-hmvut ni jlte State, being -

the right of trial' by Jury.in cases of this k.n 1Ur. I sador. .. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.: Bridge. A destruction of public property; i built.of 'of itself wcoJ mil and rccoinmenii perfectly' ex:mpt froai dampness -
Uerrien nUo opposed the amendment of Due Mondays and Thursday by 12 M. so entirely wanton as that in question, U believed it ta Invalids an.1 l
'U'slika your Impudence, said I, 'and you Close do do at 1 P. M. have been,merits the severest reprehension it i U others. The high rrpstation this Hou.,e 8ulltain>
Mr. and
Dayton hoped tho question wouldbe 11 know of Ihe sort. I from its will ..
nothing therefore that all oJ numerous guest, it b- the present priprietrfssnim.Mr.s.
hoped citizen will far
:
g as as
taken at iu order I may
once, to ascertain the '
'Then madamo can't Frauce and the DAYI t.. husiani. The tal
go-to May Butter.MA be afford their aid to bring the oflVnders to justice. l i*
sense of the Senate on this proposition to extend ambassador, throwing down his pen. \1' i .l Y Butter, Leaf Lard F M Hams, Reef, Cod By order of thj Board of Co. Commissioners. supplied with the choicest Game, Oysters and iMt I

the right of trial by jury tu fugitives. 'What is if to France how old I am? France' filJ,.Sausages, Mess Pork, Bacon Shoulders, P. C. ZYLSTRA, Clerk, which our Forests andVatcr 2: Mr. Wimbrop spoke some length' support is very curious. PerhapsJ'm five-and -twcn-, &:. for sale by B. E. CARR. Board of County CommH.sionrrs. will be spared to ninke. the \i-itors oftb Oll'e
of the amendment, and said Itwas his belief I pleased and sati1ed.
; that fugitives would be rendered ; Cheese, Butter, &c. Very
more Rcsp-'ctfully.
by Dr. The '
City of Augustine Florida, fnxfccoant current with Chas
: (gJmoked Tongues Goshen Ch eM"lutll'r Crackers,
jurie* than by uny other mode. flaager, Treasurer, lu the quarter commencing; Hud JHonclny of THE PROPRIETRESS.
Itlny K &'. Dried Beef, Fidton market.Beef Mackerel,
St. Au'ntiwJan.
i. After further debate,the amendment ot Mr. 1850, and ending.. second_Monday. of August, 18 O. Cr. Choice Butter, Leltf Lard Hams, Bacon, Scotch 1.1850.
1' Dayton wm reJected-Yeas II, Nays 27. -.---- Ale, and Porter in qts and pta.Congress Water, 1'ick- (2oCrles, Provisions, &c.A .

i. Ur. Wlnthrop moved,to amend, by provid 1850. 1850. Ics, Preserves, Confectionary Choice Given and vi ry choice lot (If Butter, Sujmr,choice Hams
lag that the uward of tbe Commissioners tfhall .May 2:. To amount paid Joseph An- May 13. By balance on hand last Black Tea. Java and Rio Coffee, Raisins Citron lJl Daken, Pork Crackers F h. Tu Coffer. Apices -

I not stay or hinder n writ of habeas corpus. dreu for repairing Fish market quarter, $43 581] Almonds, Choice Principcc Cigar, Salt,. Shot and &c. by chr. Cypnujus. diavhargtrd, foraIel'yMarvhl
t': This was debated and finally rejected-Yeas and furnishing material,Va. no. I ,$3 35 August 12. .* amount received from Powder. I B K:. CARR.

t II,'No,'. :O. The further consideration of the June 13.. paid P. C. Zylstra City Marshal, 'foxcs enslaves B. E. CARR.. Choice Groceries

; "bill w.11 then, postponed till to.morrow., for mcdirincs for the sick and carriages for 1850, 27 25 Notice. FINE lot of Dutter Lard, Cbfcs, apsoiteJ

The- supplemental Census Act, which .had poor. (2.L ) 9-51 amount received Beef I, IX week after date I shall apply to the JuJge of A Cracker, Hams Bacon r -h. fmokt-d:! Dvr
ju\t bout relurnedTrom the House with sovetal July 8. "' |>nid Bnrtolo Soptii i stalls (Vo 9.) 81 00 Probates in nnd for the Count) of St. Luck for and Fulton Market Beef I

amendments, was taken up and the nm\'nt to di ig ditches iVom Mrs. smith to K u ., amount received Licenccs ,I letters of Administration upon the estate, of JOHN at retail. B. E.: CARIC.! .- oA

menu disagreed to. One of the umendm'lIt the Court IIouscnnd the one from issued to merchants (10.) 45 00 BJIIIKEC, uVcJ. late of wiH County. I
of the-% House provides that in the enumeration the furt to ,iheCubo, (':) 825'August : \ ," amount received Li- I WILLIAM F. RUSSELL. 11 Ordinance to prohib.t,! ,the firing of dm
w' I: June 22.1. 1850. LU. or other fii'panna Sqmls. Crackers and other. _
of people California: New Mexico Utahnnd 124 paid Ctfiig. Hanuor ccs issued to retailers jof .spirit- .
O.vguti, tho -xnvr.il Alarahals shall include for services as Clerk of Council, /' : uous Liquors, (HO/ 18 00 : .%J otlce i is litrvby given, that application will'be cnr.4nntible and InfiamaLlc lustrumeuta and AateriaU -
limits of the of
witlnntLe Si. ,
tine
city '
iliu '\vholurt,. jlioir, residences the' UnitcJ.Sultfi 3J l'J'r.1.) 12 ,50 I \ L I 1 -made furawenduwnts. to the act incorporatingthe Augu I I_ _
Sec. Df il orJuintd ly the and
1. Mayor Aldermen _
tu lift ot June ,. 4' *< Presbyterian Congregation of the city of St. Au- -
prior IS3U, and settled! piji j pCljro TJUUCI for ;( : if t\e city of St Auguttine. in (;I//nrl Att-m-
ibMfcjUx-nily to that date with the i.iteutioa (oIM rervlccr as Scan.n cr, (j.) 1. 15 00.' 1I ofFloridi.Sf pustne.atthc. ur.tt meeting of the General Assembly lied. Thit from and after th** iiI-iige ot t thi-t OrJ:uaance _
I 'cunu: permanent cuJMjiij.; >. Iii u h K jiaij p. Kcncira fur S ," ; : it hali not Le !a.\ful lo
:
,
any pTaon or
A cu!tine, Min-h 30, 180.NOTICE. [{eron -
In tho House as soon liS tho Journal: had been scnicc. as: City Marshal: and I : :. i- : I ? !, to discharge or lire off any gun or guns, or other _
ic-td there! ivu* the greulpst uproar imaginable. Cloik of the ,\/.ti ket,3J p.. ((0..). 30 50 '. ,, :I,:'. : \ a I fire arms wit!.m Chartered Limits .fnaidcii 1 >;
It appeared as though eluu had conw agHin, ". ** k* pniJ Ancient City l"r // :, ,:., To Claimant of Hoiiuty Land. and any person or pcron*violating! tho pro\L-ion <'*"
pr Umt the thunJiTi) Jupiter Tonniu bad )rinhing, (7.j| 7 50 I' \ ;: .' TilE UNDERSIGNED proposes to obtain thin OnliJance shall be snbjccu-il to a line of ]'iv' ______

LruttC: Jnoje for a hu1lit1 J) .- -Scores of memo U t.. *. ;'jmul) B, C. Carr on ncV\ j < ... .I .'. for lands for till claimants who "Illtni.lo be rerovereil before the MayorS .

Ixtr were oinheir foul shouting with! all thp.ir CJUfltOf1Ir Engine, (:.) 100 00 : .tV.' '1' ... :: J will bo entitled' thereto under the Act now be. h. Df further ordninnt ly the !
ni:ght to the 1eiktr atU vndjavurttu to :1 tt Treasurer .CJ..7 miniMMi.OS I j. ;,.:. l':. .' S '. Sure Congress wit m the sum shall have pass. That if any person orp-roris >hH within
r aliU ti03r. Tlrj !latter dignitary smoil lil\u.n S.111,25 reciiuj at Si.cr/ .. ed and become a law, fur tho moderate sun. of tliluaidcharier. d imii. fire, discharge, or let off:, any -
: ... FIVE DOLLARS squibs cracker-,0: other conibustiMe: ? mtlainnhV
t for each Warrant when ob- or :
III.MIU tviit in the tmdst of the t 'lIlp' st, nnJ] I cent I '28 <- ,,
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such shall be
f" ., matters or persons
tuincd. person nibjrct to :
c
a
calmly tit dared that he would! !i-tcn to nuth. .
Jisblirsed ,
On $)rJ2Cl iit 2.jlCrt .J
1 fine of Five Dollars to be o/ereJ before
re< the
Thu object of'this notice is to claimants MayorSEO.
ing titilil order should ha 1'tti torclr. So utter i give to -
9 09
1 cent, 4 81- I 3. Be it further ordained by tftrauttnriiuaforesaid.
while the noise ubsiJi'd, nnd membcro one I 1 t I I 'j.; : '".. an opportunity of procuring warrants at I. That if any Minor shall violate the .
/ the least provisions
nflettlio other Jriijij o 1 into their neat*. Balance oh hand. 13,131 \ possible expense. of this Onlinance.the Fine herein import fhnll
Mr. Brown, of ln.lin: ak'iJ leave lo oUTP : ". I Tboso wishing to secure the services of the be recovered of the p'iri'nt or gnardmn of said minor.

a resulution,nU1dug al1l iho bills from the &:tinte .j 6l1 t 831 8214' 83} I 4. undersigned, will call at his office, or address SEC.)4. De it further otJained. That if any slav!
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viz: the California, Utah, Tuxri* nnd other --- ..- .- him by letter, und prompt attention will be diall violate the provi-iions of this Ordinance, tinfincj -
3aIUI't.'I the opccial order for the Jrd instant V2 12 given to their claim herein impo.ed shall bv recovered of the
: :. Augustine F. August 1850. CHAS. IIAitGEIt. City Treasurer, .1 I iini!: r
and every day thereafter, until Jiipoacil ot. Examined and .Passed in Council, and ordered to be published, PHILIP FRASER. or riutress, or person having cl>are of furh IuY" .
Objections being nude from manv quirlcr, August 19th, 1850. PEDRO BENET, .1/ayor Protcm.8CIIOUL Attorney nt Law. SEC. 2. Be further ordained, '1 lit it Kinll! !Ih'
Mr. Ilrowno move J n suspension ofth rules -_ .- Jacksonville. E. Fin.. July 15th. 1850. lawful for any person to make cotnpiainu: of nny vio-
to enable him to offer the re.olutiol1.Vhero* FUND. Eastern Judicial Circuit ol the'I lation of this Ordinance,an I tint it hall ht the special -
; duty of the City Marshal too M>, who -IJa1. in
upon th3uprotr was renewed, nnJ the Hall State Florcla
o Court of r
ClmS. Circuit such,ca"cs It a witnessSET. -
Dr. The city of St. Augustine. Florida III account current wills competent
tho Bedlam
: scale.presented appearance pt on a largo Hauler, Treasurer, in the quarter commencing 3d Monday of Irlny, !St. JOHUR" Count)'. 6. De it further ordainftl.. That ziotha n ;

1S5O, stud UUurccond Monday of Angiut, 15O. Cr. IN CHANCERY.I herein contained shatibe so.con tru"d as t o j.rfvtitt
Tho Speaker flourished hismicoand ca'leJ Peter Bcnet, Administrator the shooting: of game alon? the margins of the St. Sebastian -
) for order,but bo nvght aa well huvj spoke u tu ) States
1850. 1850. the Estate of F. P. River and the Ui'itwl troops orIi!,-
whirlwind, for members appeared determined Augt 12. To balance: pn hand, $39 49 May 13. By balance on hand last I I deed., for the use of Bill for Account, tin of the Torritcry from firing their arms whilc'm th.-

to try which could .sfnut the loudest, and quarter, 839 49 Fnelander, saocbez'l Marshaling Asset, discharge of hdr mituary dutir! 'i'. nail that \\ 'Ien"\('r _
some hard things were uttered, which, under Against nnd Ditribuion of in the opinion of the Mayor ihe:tiring otf or rli. h:ir- _

other circumstances, might have led to tho uw St. Auffustinc,.Aug. 12, 1850. CIIAS. IIAAGER, City Treasurer, George ,V.\ $ claimi i the Estate of Peter I ging any gun or fire arm by any personnll! Lt "U
of gun powur. Finally tho motion to suspend Esnmmcd and passed in Council and oidcrcd to be published. lug to be Executor of JosephLonjworth.deed.and l\titchtl,dci1. tiderej ncccsusry, the foregoing j(inlty shall! nut w

the rules'was lost. Yean 87, Nays; 78. August 19lh: 1850 PEDRO BENET., Mayor Protcm. others, incurred. .
Mr. Ah ,.
heretofore j-Bi-rd prohibiting! the firing of
bills tho Senate rciaJng to Texas, California 4u.a' I. i
.' Utah New Mexico lu the order PROCLAMATION *. OF IT appearing by Affidavit in'thin Court, biat Defendant I Guns Pistols, Squib, Crackers no.1 I other combustible -
r and they tkt the Stale George W. McAllister, living and
*"'.'body.tho'.pecli\t nrder for By of vf Florida. DR. FITCH'S CEI.EBU TED at rjl, inflammable! hztru1lent'atd material" within -
U,k repaired bj Uw that an clre- resides beyond the limits of the State ol.Florida viz., :, certain limits of |L B City of St. Augustine. b* an I
;.:+t..t" { Jtytu. :WHEREAS la this Suit on th* tint Monday Balsam DEDICINEJ-. in the State of Georgia are Hereby repealed. J' -_ _
:t 'dtotMttin. was I lotl In October next,for a Regtsteiot Public L&wU.to hold Pulmonary Depuratif Syrnp, It is therefore,motion( of Win. Forward"Se Passed the Tenth day ofApril" J813- "
Mr. Harris Tennessee, asked leave to offer four yeah, and until his.successor shall be elected and Pectoral Expectorant, Heart Corrector licitor Ordered, that publication be made in ACCAIIAM DUPO NT* Jayor.Afest .
a resolution providing for the adjou rnment qualified. Pulmonary Litiment, Humor Corrrctor, some Newspaper printed in the Eastern Circuitof L P. B. DUMAS, Clerk .f the Council.

of bothra a chts of Congress on Jha second It it therefore ordered. That the said election beheld Pore and Medicinal Cod Liver Cathartic Oil, Pill I Florida, for four m&nths successively, 'from thu'dnte :;: A true copy CIUS. IIAAGER.I ,
and !
Monday .in! September.Objection for throughout die State,on the said first Monday Anti-Dy'peptic Mixture Cough Pills. requiring said George W. McAlli.-tcr to plead !i I 'leik: flf ih.Council-,

*. beirjc made by ab ut half the I in October, next, according tc law Nenrine, Female i: answcrordemur to said Dill,or the same will be taken !'i St. .tg inline; July 2., 1650, _
Venn ( Female Spccifz.&c &c. .
,,
S House, Mr. Harris, amidst great noiso and Given under my hand and the Great Seal uge Aim pro Conftll" 1- --..- --- -
Used by and with unprecedented I I 1I
confusion, innvod a suspension of the rules in of the State of Florida at the Capitol conttantly THOS. DOUG LS"Judge, fa., fa. I Frin/ and Scotch 'YhsIaIty.1COTCH .
iaeij I] rusceit in the treatment of Certified I he ALf.11ter Porter in Pints 'fIlii.Q"'UI'. _
to :
order that the resolution might bo received. fn Tallahassee, this 15th' day of July a true Copy. .
Colds
IL'torrt the question wit Mr. Winthrop A. D, 1S50 THOMAS BROWN, Coughs Consumption, Asthma, Heart Witness my llan i and the S-al of suit I KJ Madeira Sherry. nu.l Port rWm-04. Champagne _
4 put t Diseases, Dyspepsia Scrofula, Skin Diseases L. S : Brandy,Holland (;in. Mi'iicn ohrla Whiskey,
; demanded whetbxir the ronolution Governor of Florida. [ .j J Court, thi. 13Hi' JuJ/ 16iO. as or- _ _
c intempla- }
: Rheumatism Female .
,By the Governor-Attest: Complaint?, i P. B DU "\S. I' tl"'I.Wn; s, l.iquors.Coidialj,Jcc., l fir sal: 6r __ __
ted without the of I
an adjournment Piles &c. &c. t
pnssago ,
1'eb9
B, E. CARR.
Clerk t'
C. %V. DOWNING, C. i/ Jtkns County. : _
.- tha California bill, but the Chair decided the I Dr. Fitcli'ft unequalled t'nt cut July 20, 1850. ------
question out of order. Secretary of State.I Silver Plated Abdominal _ _ -t I, L'urerlc.ttc.
The .yeas and nays being taken on the mo. Tallahassee July 16, 1650. Supporters.Dr. f l C'llOOIier Jen-imaii Leonard, 9 days Iron :I t b rljf-:: Chnco1at! '.*, Rio Coffc, Teas, Java Coff __ __
tion to suspend the rules the result was-yeas OAU::. <, paper in the State publwh until d"y. of election. FltclTa Improved Plated hun ion New cent York arrival now discharginjf.choice we ofK'r in ad.li- "*. AI!, in ptk and qtn. Porter in pts apd (q's thebc. _
a and well selected lot .
:
Steel Shoulder t EuiriiJi !! Water and .
81 102- 80 the resolution not re- Spring Brace. .n{re pts
was
: nnys _.. Dr. Fitch' Sliver Inhaling I. oWroc'l eJ. Provision* and Shelf gooJa usually krpt lle.d; .ick Cliampigiir qts anJ pU,choice Princif1cnr _
ccierca. &ais is a pruujr gooa mUlc mon J. JVfcRobcrt Baker, Tube. iu: our e tabliiohll1l"Dt,consiatinsin part choice latter', --, Jnlmimlcrwn' fine Tobacco
cut Myr'4
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that the m1'rity' have no idea of adjourning : Leaf Lard Crockery, Hams, L'acon.: Mj fork, Fulton !- .
47'TORN1V4COUNSELLOR DR. FITCH'S ELEBRATED SIX IIoiK-y l>'w, (ia; n 'lull. Champagne Cider m 'jt| -
." without final action on the great measures now AT LAW.JACKSO.XVILLE LECTURES Market Dei f,dl t'J lK.tf. J/ackervl. Cv,lfih, herring allah pt..ul.n.tniJ B. E. CARR.
,
hour, 1-3 barrels for .. Extra .
pending Family u rsnft
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i The Civil and C. FLA. o( TRCPREnTIOxADCUREOF flour corn. Hay Oat bran.l Rio cofile Teas f' ---Nofi e r
con ideralion of iho Daplo- WILL the Syr-
milic Appropriation bill was then rCIllmed.In in Hamilton practice in of the Courts of the Eastern Circuit Consumption, Avlhmii Diiv"", fhnt I.shill, ri\ months after' date.prrni .
Middle
county Circuit in Benton Heart, ,and on the method 5uar Rin; to tli.iu'Ic of
'I A'lmon
Committee of the the being fr. pr- ", Oate!. n""ort -.J rre 'rYc, Probate of 6t. John
Whole question and eounties of the
Hilifboronijh, Southern Circuit, in Jfealtk and Beauty tu chee-,dried F. County, account for
sercing V MtUement
q an Apple, 'rll1t.ili.MllcartJII... cupr? '. my ( and allowance)
on the clause appropriating money tor tho ., the Supreme Court at Tallahassee! and the United I '
..
.
old Myers's Tohacco! "Kentucky 'Leaf, Cnta : Administrator of the Estate of Robert Alickler
age. crtroiM Tobaeco .Iat.
purchase of the usual books for tha members :; Stat* Dittrrct Court for the Northern District of I' .1' -
This of < .it IICCt4
Dook $ho ld be ia every 1 o the Con-1: ,articles now being opened and \\ItI'JrIIPfI 5 county ( ;and further notice is given
.: of the preaent Congress After tho rejection Florida ; and will prosecute claims( against the United uniptive it points out the only reasonable h"p.: fort'"lit'f. July 15 R. E. JJA&RNotice. .: ilint chili, at the am 'time uk fi.r a final ditcharg
of additional the clause States before Congress and the Departments Wash
numerous amendments\ To mothen.thetltnCt give for the care 'I froiuiify AJiiiiaijtntj.-Jj.p of said E-'Hf
; vriv passed over. j;: ington. aid education ef Children are intnlnable. 78,000 JAI'IE.l\\tlCr\Lr.I:.
\. '. Mr. Morao! moved to insert an item of$10, 'I I Being located at Jacksonville for //r.he will give copies If this Cook have passed through lie pres,aDd 8ilIombi nfier" All date Administratrix I sh-iil prcthlmy of ihe es account tifofChirles .I J I I St. _%'iusiinJ'ine IS, t 1850. fim. __ _

t ltD 43 for tho widow nth late President Tay-. his entire nn 1 unremitting attention to his profession, the sale continues undlnted, W. )McMiin deceased to tin JdJge of> Probate I ,- '
> and all inen.entm3ted shall with I CARD.
4. Jorbelng Ibo balancq for iho the unexpired attention. to his.care meet S For Sale ly S. S. FITCH $ CO., 707 of Alachua County for a final settlementvof snid

.. term of she,'dncealDd. The Chair, however 1 prompt St. AuusI3l. 1850. Broadujy, New Xork ; anJ i estate .aJ shall nt the MIDe time apply' far Arc l Mr. CiEOXOE: I,. PiiiLLJri., having retignr his _
y. ruled the motion out of order. Augustine ITT DK. FITCH'S GuniE TO INVALIDS, or Directions f,j. d!mi ion as such AdrninL'tratrix of which all! personsintrreetcd I Commission as a Ju.iiic-of.the Peace for St. John.
iNumerouiemcninunH having been offer*! tu OIL. White Lead, Turpentine, Var I to persons using Dr. Fitch's Rome- in said caste will take notice. i, I County will for the future aifnd (bine dunes appertaining

: various clauses of tha bill, the Committee rejected LINSEED. Rosin, Oakum, Spikes L i im cs i dies to bc had, ;rails, of all his Agents. AU I t MARY McMAIN. '' to his office of Noiury Public a nd to dIe des wIng .

them, and then rose, having made .but I W.cks.Lailics: and assorted Lumber rot.ae i kept on hand by his Agents 'r .1 Jr.lin Jt ra t rix. red out of ofaLlwr.t him. ing and papers tat! may k. re. _

little progress. ( .';. n2C F L' CAHR Aug. 31 U. It. REID, & CO Pila'S: !! .111: 1. l jJ. ; _
: i '. v ,St\ullu:tineluly 13th, 1850. 4t. _

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., EUttRDfreCtory.HOTELS.: : "'1 FLORIDA. Florida Land Agency.fVl la, Till VATTCK OF THE OCAKEUXSHir? 1KOJAUE -- -

," t srxtsa 711.. r HE undersigned as Agent lor the respective I..AND ALFXEDO.PtariLL MIXOS vlluxj Tax- 1flejtor's5gJe. .r'

;: Magnolia Hotel. On 8t. George Street north of Teethe Counties ofOranfesnd St. Lucie, at Mel- JL proprietors oners for sale on exceedingly reason or GABL. W. lxxFAtt. DEC!). } By virtue of the power vested in ane byhw

4 h* Public Square and oar door north of'the McthInlist l lonvileon) the third Tuesday in ApriL able terms the following! among which are tome Probate'Office. St. John County, expose for sale before-the Cocrt Hsa

I' : J Church., For the county Putnam, at Pilatka second Tuesday of the moat,valuable& Cotton, Sugar and Tobacco Saturday 18th 1'Ja"1850. at Mellon villein the county of Ortage .a the first

i Florida House. On Treasury Lane, North of in April lands in the State. SARAH P. ANDEK ON, baring this day, as Monday September next the following deaeflbed

; theTubhc Square. Forthe county Marion,at Ocala, fourth Monday IN THE ARREDQNDO GRANT. Guardian of ROSAIJZ L. PUTAIX. property,or so much thereof will pay the state. aid

City I .td. On Charlotte and Bay Street. 4 few of April. C .. ALACHVA COWSTT. and Atrxxo O. I'XXPALL. presented h'r accounts for county tax dot thereoa for the year 1843 aad the ae

t -r doors Sooth East of the Public Square. For the Counties,of Alachna and Levy, at New- T9.R 18 ; Sections 11,14,15.2223242627. settlement and allowance and it appearing that ehe cessary expenses incident thereto to wit: 5222

Plantert Hotel. On Charlotte Street and Treat ,nansrille, first Monday in May. ,. In ..' 9." 19 ; .*' 2.3,8,10,11.12.13.14.22. hath not ; (aa is by law required) given notice,of her lcrtllSlf'Ued: to L. S. pi D. D. Lathrop, situnze4

urjr Lann, north of the Public : quare--not open.) For the County of Col...i.,ia, at Alligator, on the 34.35, 30, 18,21, 17,27,5. intention to present the same-It Ordered, that all I near New 'mrna.

second Monday of May. 6.9. persons in any wise interest in the Estates of the VIRGIL R.DUPONT, Tax CeEector and

.. BOARDING HOUSES. For the county of Nassau, at Nvaatu C. H., on the 10" 9," 20 ; S 19.22,26,27,28,29,30,32, said Rosalie L.Perpall and Alfred O.Perpall;having Slarch 2, 1850. A- _'. .'c.Tax .

Mrs. M. Reid. On Charlotte Street, near the Wednesday before the fourth Monday May. I' 33.34. objections to mate to the allowance of the said guar -

Barracks. For the.county of Duval at Jacksonville, on the. In 9' 21 ; 15,19.20,21.22,28,23. dians account; have notice to appear and state the Collector'* Sate.

., Mitt Fitio. On St. George Street a few door fourth Monday of Slay. .' :" '.' 323334. same,before this Court; on or before the 29th. day of Byvirtne of the power vested (ia me byUwI-

,\. i South of the Court House and Public Square. For the County of SL John's at St. Augustine, tQ ,' 10" 18 ; 23.10,11,15,22,23, 2G, 27, July next *t o'clock in the forenoon. It U lur- for sale before the Court Hoose at

G. N. Papy. On Bay street, corner of Bay and on.the second Monday in June. : 34,35. 3G.. the ordered to the end,that sach'notice be afforded, ; Mcllonville in the county of Orange en the fim Moo .

1\ Garden Lane. FALL I1IC. In" 10" 19 ; 'I 7,8,17,19,2030. tha a certikdcopy of this ;rd.r" be published in the day of September next the fblknrudeacribeJ

b In" 10" 20 ; 1314162829. "Ancient CUyf New Pater. 6r eight weeks consecutively erty.or so much thereof as will the prop
For the counties Orange and St. Lncie pay state sod
i.I: D CTOnS. before the firei :Mondtr of November. Tuesday In" 10" 21 ; 1,2,3,4, 5.6,1.8.9.10.11. ajad, tW copies of the same, be posted op on county tax due thereon for the year lSd and the n..
: .i.:' D,et. F. Weedon. Office at hkDNellis.. House 12.13,14,15,13,22,26,31. the outer door of the Court House and at some other cessary expenses incident thereto
g Forthe to wit:2000
of Putnam at Pilatka the second urea
: on Bridge Street. Tuesday before county the first Monday of November. In" 10 ,,22 ; fl. 18, 19. public place in'the County, for the same period of time. on Tomoca. creek known as the Onoonk plantation

-. D ct. John E. Peek. 'Office on St. George Street For the of St John's, on the first Monday In" 11" 18 ; 24. G. HUMPH KEYS, Judge of Probate. VIRGIL R. DUPONT. Tax Collector and

; S a,few doors. North of the Court House.DRUGGIST. inNoc.aabei county: In" 11 19 ; 1,2,9.11,13, 14,16.17,18 A true copy of the original order on record ,ia the March 2, 1850. Ajvessor o. e.

.. For the county of Na.'au, Thursday before the .- .4.. SI 1,2*.3D.IIn Probate Office of flu Johns County. ,
u ll" 20 7,18,20,23,24.E of25 G. BU.HPHRE":3. Tax -
third ) ; Collector's
Monday November. Sale.
> St. .
P.C. Zylttra. Chemist aud I> >i, North East: Forth 27.2d.33. N1-2 of'36-. Augustine,A/ay 25 6w virtue
rugget county of Duval on the third Monday of I of the
I 10" 11" 21 1 2.3. 10, 11. 12. 13. 14.15. By power vested ill me by law 1 r
the ,
Public bqosye, o{>po-$iie the middle basinLAWYKR3. November.For ;. Orange County TaxT'Collec ** expose for sale before the
I Court
Hoa.c
19. 20.21, 27,28,29,50.33, ] ar
.I the county of Maiion on the first Monday in .3/eUonnUeia tbecouiflyoOrage.oetheEzi
I for'
Sale. Moa-
35,36.
: ; December. day September
. E. B.: Gould. Coibife-Jkr at Law-office on Ar- For the counties of Ahch*a and Levy, on the see- In".11"!' 22! ; 6,7,19.30,31ARREDONDO By virtue of the power vested in me by I w, myor.muda lherro next(theotmty u f4HI0WiDC will Jeteribedprop the :

f'' iUeTILM. ". JMonday December. I GRANT. u expose for ale before the Coon llxuextMellonviUefaUieeoiuuy tax d_ pay sate aa.1
tt'-1 A. P ***. Law and SO.Cft 0(, Orajge :th* line 1S
op.
rl Attorney t For the county. of"Columbia, on.the third Monday ... ,: Ms.ioCovarr: ; > M pds or'4M" = I.:; ;:-:--. #,:.e -,__
L : it! 15c VJoir thegiufloot In December:;, '''I?*" "*"**""" MlflgPUF** I 1J .1a.iWi.1. ; IO'Um,4J4,; 15 ,t t fo fcif"d wfi) 1 flke5otbWingoftht! Court.House. : '.. The U.S. District "12' : .-.. < 2 property;or so-madi thereof 'jrJlii tlttjstade aid I t
Court, at St. Aujustine the In. 19, ; W/ll. 12. 15, I6is10; ; swamadieiis A..t -
" i -4 George B. Fairlankt. Attorney an Counsellor art first Monday April 20,21. 22,23,24. eooaty &azdae' thereon for the year\1849\ ,nd tl. necessary ,laGILLDuy'. W '

t r w ffice in the Court Iloiue. In" 12".20 E 3-4 of 1,3.5.6.1.9." 10. xpenses incident thereto,to wit r SOOO acres I Marth 2,1850. -,
;
; I, J of land granted to Paul Dupon on the 14th of May, c- r Jr. 'c.
.
.. YalaaMc Plantations, Wild Lands 11,14.16/17,18. 1818 the
by
PUBLIC OFFICES.. In" 12 ", 26 1, 2,3, 4 C I Spanith government, situated on the
\ &c ha East-Florida. ; 12 13, 15, River Jt.Johns at a place known as Spring Gar Tax 'Collector* Sale.
\ Post Office. P. C. Zylstra Post Master on the cornet undersigned as Agent fur the respective 21222324. den bounded Tirtue
of Street and Public of Market The: pro- 12" 22 6.7,18,19. northwardly by lands of the Instate o .B" oraM Pwrr Tftol ia 1M tr law -
; Bay Square, North'. ?,offers for sje! the following lands to n ; William Williams, Eastwardly! i eant pine landcf exnoa* for .w before the TT. .. r
r.
) building wit : That well known and'uh Zi.cly valuable! Plantation GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. southwardly by lands of Job B. .t JfdJonriDe in the n _.
and
Surveyor Gtlllr I'. Office. B. A, Putnam SurIf called the Bulow PtantatioV the head of r St. Augustine, Feb. 16, 1850.Chancery wardly by the S .Johns Gaudry, west- Monday euoas. .r Orange. 011 the fim '
nyc; { which said lands oSeptembe 1M
'. were neil (
r eyor General), on Hospital Streetcorner of Artillery ) Halifax River formerly occupied and planted by the I confirmed to said Paul Dupon by the Superior four propenl"or80 IDIIda dwrPolu cUowig decajtd ;

f Lane and) Hospital Street. 1r 1- late John J. Bulow with force of 300 bands, suitable Sale. of. Eaut Florida on the IStt May 1832. county tax dlle tMft'OD' for wWpsys2w.taj ., \
/: Land OSce." Doct. WUlism II. Simmons Register j for both Sugar and Cotton, and advantageously located Y virtue of and as directed by decree of r VIRGIL DUPOST, Tax Collector and nt1ftlSal7 upnaaeaJ_dftl the year J8 and 1M

r af Public Lands' office f ia the Court IIou, ..e. on navigable waters. It lies upon the coast'about B the Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit L Feb 23.1850. Anessor.o.c. acres beiug two third, dwmo. 10 wi!: Sl33
.r
'; That. f. Euiull. Receiver' office. in, Court forty miles south of S .Augustine, and contains about Florida for the county of St. Johns, in a L county known as the Druce tM Cry pb&latioa ;. .iII .

House. 4000 acres. cause where Matbew Solana Is Complainant, Tax Collector's Sale. runny owned by 8. H. W"dlWa plaltb, OD "...

) .4. Altarex. Keeper Spanish Archives office intbr AM! ,two thousand ads adjoining the last described and Mary E. Hernandez and others, Defendants y virtue of the power! vested io me'by law I I Riytr-prexnt oWlWI' unknown iitt on Hali ,
"
I Court House. l lands being the Pellicier Grant in Graham's swamp. I will expose for sale in front of the AP shall expose for sale before the Court House \ViUiams. a cwH to S. U '

J f Judge of Prtiate. ((G, Humphrey's Judge) office I Also the Spruce Creek Plantation containg 999 Court House in the city of 8t Augustine, on I at Mcllonville in the county of Orange on the first VIRGIL DUPOTa 'S

in the Court House. acres suitable for Sugar culture and near to navigation the second of next I Monday of September next the following described I .Mazeh2,185O. ,Ceketi,5j1j. .
Monday day September ,
: Piter B. Duaiat. Clerk Circuit Court, office in. about TO of property or so much thereof. will the AaftiIor.o. C. ,
he Court 'Iluuse. tn&3 south', St.* Augustine, *, near between the hours often and two of that day, i : tax thereon pay state and I -
i' New Smyrna. county fjjjrthe year 1843, and the -
necessary Tax -
i
; Rafael B. Canota*, Sheriff and Tax.Collector.of- Also the Mount 'Oswald Plantation on Halifax tile following mortgaged. property to wit :- expenses iaeidcnj thereto to wit : 3000 CoIkdor'efr.

i lice in the Court Hoj. ,-. River about 50 miles south of St. Augustine, near the All that certain House and lot of ground and-I '' acres' lan.4 granted by the Spanish government to BT Mae. of the power vested in JDe I., law .

j. : Collector of Custom James R. Sanchez, office ; coast formerly plmteJ in Sugar by the late Geo. An- every other building thereon or thereunto appertaining John B. Gaudryon the 8th October 1817 situated I rxpocr: for ab before th Tat c..n Hou.* J1 1

.1 I bis Dwelling House on Bay Street. I I derson, and now the,property Joseph Lauton,containing situate, lying and being in the said I J,, on the St.Johns River at a place called Spring Garden Jel1onYiUe i. 1je 'T or 011 diet

: Inspector of Cuttoau. Ora Howard office in 1900) acres. city of St. Augustine on Block No. 21, boun in the county of Orange and bounded by the or1 Monday .September oeit. the fol1oiivfg deseTllRd : j

;, ward buildings. Market square. I I Also 1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Turn- ded as, follows: One line on the East, fronting 1 iginalsurvey thereof as follows : Bounded on the property or: sonmach thernf .. wiU r-y the..w ;1'

., ; /. 11. Krontfa.; lodge U. ,S.. Court Northern bull's swamp, being the north half of the Rosette : Karine Street, measuring eighty two feet eight I north by lands of Paul npon. on the east By varan: .and county taiJor the year 1849, and aLe : .

lJ'iIofricloU1oric. *, office in the Court House. i iC Grant, well timbered and near navigation. inches, N. 30" W ; the; line on the South.front pine lands, on the south by lands of the late Barto- upenaes Dcid"D1( thereto0 wji: J 000 lefts nece1y of bad 4'

R. Fairoankt. Clerk U. S. Court, office in I Also forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River ing Bridge street,measuring sixty four feet S. 1 tome Cutio y Ferrer and on the west by river St. J.being SlbbaM parto by the granlof lfiOOO *czes made toCh.rte. 'l

.the) Court House.. between Lake George! and Lake Monroe, consisting 67W W. making the South East corner of the Johns, surveyed by Robt McHaiJy on the. Idth Dec. August l8l7andwaichssi PpaDi.h, CU" .at. on use 2J .C 1
Deputy Mrhal. George I. Zchnbanr. office in valuable hammock. and timbered lands in 1817.. d 1000 acres
: pine various station of both lines ; the other two lines run o14000 arepSzloa
:hc! Com House. VIRGIL R. DUPONT survey Scres of.id
.I' Tax
: ] Collector, and grnt ia Tsz& '
trcts. ning parallel with the two mentioned ; the between !'tw smJ1'D& s swamp. _
ft I Feb 23; 1850. and Iudia.
Also, 3000 acres in Alachua county, suitable for north or third line adjoining lot of John Drys- Atsecor, c. 1000 acris belong lo.or.'e rivrr 1Ir1 da nid1

ORDNANCE DKPAHTMENT.: I. Cotton or Sujar. dale, measuring. sixty three feet ; and the Thomas StaR aappo.ed to t.eJoaC. &e. .'
dipt Jams R. Hanham. Ordnance Store( keeper Also COO acres in Columbia Coumv good pinelands TaT Colle tor'* Sale.
West: or fourth line adjoining John J. lied rick VIRGIL R. Dt
I1iceon Mt. few d. South of,the the Santa Fe River. virtue of OST, Tu Cofleej
LIP
) George sfreet a ors on three Tel will fully I 7 the power vested in me by law I Feb. 23. 11.'iO.
.l>ry Guotl store of S. Wakeman.' Persons des>|-:; Arply for term, particulars, &c. to measuring cixhty as mojre t AP shall expose for sale before the Court AaIesor. e. '

rous ot"timing the Fort will make application to j I. GEO. R.FAIRBANKS, appear by the Plan and Survey, recordedin House door in the cjty pf St. Augustine on the first: City of til. .
aforesaid .a.n.IIStiae.
the office of the St. Johns ,
County -
Capt. Hanham. Agent for the purchase md sac of Lands, Monday in October Df'xt. the following described is hereby
: ', I I. Payment of Son Resident Taxes&c. in Deed Book, J page 206 annexed to property,or so much thereof as will pay the State NOTICE, of&. AugtiuwjJJ given that the City CoaciJ of

JUSTICE* OF THC Pf ACE. St. Augustine Fcb22.lP50. the conveyance of the said House and lot of) and County tax due thereon for the year..1 184'! and mentato the act appl7 ('ramend. ,

'eorgf L. Pkillift.. Justice of tie! Peace, amiNotary ground made Joseph Hernandez by AntoniaP. .| the necessary expenses incident thereto,viz r Kight meeting of be General inCOfpOaticgsajj Cit,. at the QUI "
t I' NolIce.mDI Assembly 01
-I'uhlir. ofljce!. on:Bay, ., Mee.t., North, cf I- tt'R after date thaU '. Medccu, the widow and Administratrix. of hundred acm ofland supposed to belong to UoUrt Dy order of the CouncilMATIILW- F1onda. : -
_
*
( we our
:Middlr'! bin' ; I I I I QliX prcvnt the Estate of Francis Mcdiccs, deceased. Towland, n nonresident,iitnated in the county- f St.

F. ff tjtiui y. Justice of the Pace, office \t his tate K3 Richard Aronnatsand Weightman Vouchers dec'J.Exl-cu'ors In the lion.of the Judge Efc-: "Also one moiety or halt of all that certain Johns, State of Florid, being the !name piece of Jan. 2Sth. 1650.WDOLESALE. SOL.-\s.\, \hoc.

:Iort'. ( I !I of Prulmtt of St. John's County, for a finI settle.: on Marine street 2lotoigroundsittiated |and that ".allotted to Mary M. Dunham as her .

: i in said city of St. Augustine, bounded on theE chare of her father's Estate at. New Switzerland,and AND .
I I! nirnt. and Fhall at the Mme time arriy fLetters of r REi
( 1TY OFFICERS.. 1: t said street and thereon I bounded on the West by the River St. Johns.mea, B. 1
DlfiuUMt-n; us rurh Executor*, of which all persons > by mcasujing :_ CdIlB.
Matt-fir' i*):uad, Mar or.' I interested tu aiJ Estate will! take notice.JOHNM.FONTANE. forly four and a half Spanish Varas ;on (tie i i ring thereon in front IS chains and 30 l"ks. on the RF.CEcT ARRl\-ALS the
( Vrat, '"I 1 : North by lands of Louisa B subscriber hs
,: of Francisco 'i Fatio oa the East by vacant his
...., I : ) P north by a lot formerly Jhn property customary wpply ofGroo.hejC' .
Rorro. lands, and the
(r '..1'nd.. ). 'AIJ ?nuen. I R. b. FO TANJ::. J r.xecutors.J3n Rosey measuring thereon: fifty one anda .: ed by Elronora Colt.on South by lands formerly own?, &c. : kept at hi. well lDOWlS Llisluu"'t-: a

: .M.kJai: f t. 1S,1.I' ). half Spanish:! varas : on the South by a lot Unless Taxes The atrennfPrivste' femilic. and the- Train is
J j andexpen are paid l fore the.day hefted to our exteiuire ro-
Clerk of'tie City C UlJcil. ,Charles Haager, offioe.yhe :;TADILl1'Y-SECURrrr-PERPETUITY. formerly of John Tate and measuring thereonforty of sale. rated below below orunent.be Arr.ch nlllnC'-
QJ1 bad
I' nine and a half Sp3ui b Tarns ; and on R. B. \NOVA. in ori pacbi"Saed
Counril; room I S1erif1'and ex-off. .t retaiL
9OOOOO.
'
$
the \Y'stlIy a lot formerly belonging I to: Tax Aswsor ,
'City Marthal and. Clerk o/ the Marlet,. F. P. and Collector St. Johns, TE\S.-Yo.ZI U'IIOD. OLJ
meira. 1 THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE: J. M. Ugartc\ and measuring thereon fort y Ayril 27, 1650. '( Im rial.Twatlb,. PGlldtC UP 1J. ClIDpgri

COMPANY' four and a, half Spanish varas ; which said 1 t COFFEE.-Java ) &.ehoar,
Greea.
I AUCTION EtRS.r : 1, OF NEW YORK NO.35 \VALLSt. of ground was purchased by Michael Nelli-i Tax Collector's N le. Rio.Cuba. do. Chocolate.SPICE3. '.Cocoa Grc1lD4 do.. Mocha do..
aJkI
F. P. rrirrtra.andJ.A. Stritehla. :jar ET Accumulated Fund NOT. 1st, 1849, 9OO,- gan jointly with Mattias Leonardy, from Benjamin : I virtue of the power Vested in meby law I SOAP.-having'! Whij e CGcoa PW
( l1fl i OOO.8Ccl1relr.inVtsted in Bonds ..n41fortflgeaon X> shall expose for sale before the Iftatnf.Ero1rDu4.Vrr;
i r A. Putnam, as will fully appear byDeed Court House at iesU'd do. ,
: real estate i ic LEVIS city. and Brooklyn, and stocks and Reordjke of the MeJjormlle in th&cou1ityoOzangGfl the first Mon ,
$ ojEipe county .
MERCK A NTS. and 'of New York. and United of Ginger. Kace do
r.f the State City day September next the ; Gr0ua4 ,
$1trroug?s E. Cur,. Wholesale and Retail dcakr Slates Government. Clerk oSi. Johns County, in Book N. page or so much following} deteribd prop per. Pimento );utug.. C1oyr f&C'f' ; black
thereof
t II brat quality Family' Groceries ofxal! kinds la I 38, and the said moiety or halt of said lot err, .s will pay the state and :soot Vermec'Clli. Miaa0 !, cl"IIIOII!
This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended : county tax due thereon for the! neJ j 1rrow Curry
Jiorsic., Nol East tide Charlotte ::Street Northj.'the and basinets. was sold by the parties Michael Nclligan and year lS49and the ill jars aDd bonJa. I'owder.
ceesary expenses incident .
prosperous
Public square, The Company declared a dividend of profits of flu. his wife Marchora to Joseph Hernandez, as of land assessed to 51. S. Williams reto,to Wit-ear: 100 aertS FRUIT. 2:0am.: Muscat: ,).and SaJaua ,

ti&ngi fitrt.: uealer. in Staple and Fancy Dry ty-two per cent on all existing policies on the 31st will appear by Deed of sale recorded in the na,on he west side of Gabordy's Canal; ) New Smfl- Zante currants soft shell Almonds. Smyrna .

'J oods, West sided Charlotte street,' a few doors of January, 1848. office "of the clerk' of the County Courtof Also 100 acn. assessed ,to the same the Ead ; ,Fiiberts,1Iadera_ U.aInu.Bii liatl ccuo F"1p.
OD Citron. ; -
1 orth Treasury Lane; All Ibe Profits. sire divided among St.Johns County, aforesaid, Book N. page .iJe oCthe lIillsborough river near New Snyrn. ,

j frth M. Waleman. Wholesale and Retail dealer into .D tlled.! 646, together with all and singular the ten VIRGIL R. DU I'OST. Tu Collector and CANDLES.' Coaaoa Sperm lad TaSow.PICKLES. u4 1

f Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the The premiums payable in cash annually, acme ments hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto lclarch2. 1850. Assessor,' .. c. Wiek .

i; '.; und floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, annually, or quarterly, interest being added belonging or in any wise ftp naining.R. -I, SAUCES. &e.-Pit11o. hBoIUd'

; truer of Picolata and :Stj George street, opposite deferred payments. B. CANOVA, Sheriff. Tax Collector' Sale. half gall glass Jar,.Do Do. bottlt'l .

'J. f Court House.> The cash principle adopted by this Company secures St. Augustine,July 20th, 1850.Choice virtue of the power vested in me Muhroom Catsup Tomato do. F"lSla1 CepP'n. ot ,.
Pi41icana. to the for whose benefit the insurances: By by law. I kinds do. ec UIIOt1N ..
Mittet S. Jj 2VL : Dealers in Fancy parties 1SU.ePfe for sale before the Court House Pepper SuHfaton Bitten.
ft >(\:h, &.c. opposite the Planters Hotel, on East are eff"ctelt.the whole of the advantages without Mellcnyille in the county oOrance. the first at Sugar o( Lemons West India Srrwr
the drawback of Groceries, Provisions &cFRESH on Mooday Pl'aem. SaM Oi;
jU'tCharlotte street. : subjecting them to heavy accumu September next the following AncJaoriea.
I Groceries, Provisions now discharging. oescribed. prop.
lated ,
J'tdro Benet. Dealerin JGroceries, Provisions, Jcc. premium note erty.orsomuch thereof as will the TOBACCO. Canlld h.
their lives brig Benjamin Carsar, 15days from New pay state and Lajj" .
.- Persons effect insurance on own &
: of Cuna and St. George street. ma) county tax due thereon (or the year 1849 and bacco. lIaeabof S01l1r. BKSSPriacip -
thenexpenses
F rur and the lives of others. A married woman can IU- York. We solicit the attention of the Trade pn Scotch 40.
Manuel Cretpo. DrnWin Family stores Provijn cessary incident thereto to wit do, doouBoa 44. ';
: the life of her husbandthe benefits of which are rate families and others, to the large and extendre : tfl
... ic.,corner:of Ci.titte and fridge streets. cure secured by law f the exclusive use of herself or chil! Stock now being received and offered to the Trade o acres of land situated: at the, head of' Indian-. If irer. LIQUORS. BraDd,. than! 4 C. .
: assessed to P.W.: Loud. Bordeau. Spirits SST -
and Jeweler
t P. J. QtiHcy. Wat,maker onrje packages customary terms at Charleston Jamaica.Ram.
I, t ,& street. nearly oppose office of Dr. Peck.,, dren. original VIRGI KDUPONT.. Tax Collector and ,proof. Gin.'Holland! .Du SkJJ Do W3cotch.s

i..J k Thos. fft&j*. Retailer of Boot, Shies, Caps Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries prices. March 2, 1950. Aesei *.*. n.artiL..*. A..i't _Whakey rwLeUh -
I H its &c., east' aide of Charlottee ,street, corner of are specially: invited ro avail themselves of a resource 200 bbU. Flour assorted brands 25 do Pilot Bread WINES. Jtad.u. lIowari

arlotte street and Treasury Laae. whereby their surviving familes may be securedrom 20 do assorted Crackers 1500 bushels Corn 75 bales Tax ,Collectors 8ak. seilles. U.bpShmy. .. '" )b,..

.3 Eiier*...'.* ..tII4".... Tailor, Charlotte street, the crib of penury. Hay.75 b*ci Oiti50"do Brand, 15 bbls Mess Pork Y.virtue of the power vested in .me'.b".la..1 & cQ.. !.1oek PaJe.4Jm.w..D, tGori .a ,J
.. .. of the principles' of,Mutual ShoaW ra,2 do Beon, 1 do Kama, 1 torce B :
fir it.'*!-' T1 I. 1'" -!- ,-'- Pamptletaexplanatory 2 hhds > ahalUxpoM for nJf\before. A. CdtfrY U'oatIt .. "

.- a. 1cs: ..41 I 'r I!. Tailor, Charlotte Street,' near I Life Insurance, and illustrating its advantages with dried Beef. 15 bbb'Lird, 35 kegs do, 25 do Butter 'door in \be city of St. AoguaJne 09: e:ffi ;Monday 011" ; AI*,; It"q'iit-" ..,.....
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the"vtorv. of Geotgr Bun. 1 1Jthn j jI i forms oCappw-.ation.DUY be obtained at the office 01 Coasts Cheese, 30 boxes do. 3 half bbls pickled October next the following described OILS. OImt'pmu. &aL 'j ,
the 35 Wall st.. or of of its bbla Stewart's Sugar,10 do kild.dried do I_ rroperryer 'Cod, Castor .
.
t Utina. Boot maker, Charlotte street near Company, any agents. Tongues ao much thereof as will pay the State, and County P181 'HtrriD"Sabnoa. .Satdj
'1 the City Hotel. j TRUSTEES. 5 do pulverized do., 2 boxes Loaf do, 3 hhiU N O tax due thereon for the! year 1849 and iVe Cod. JbqIftJ,u4.
los C Collins, David C Colden., do. 10 boxes B H do. 10 barrels alolasseses. 15 necessary
I ) of in exgei esUJcideijt. thereto,ria: Qae"hnB3re4
shop
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JoirpLoffs Sogars
of
acres
I'Howard's BmUllogs.lanufilr..t1Zrt'r; Win J HjvJop.R Alfred Edwa'roXWin tick* Rio Coffee. 5 hIt chests Black Tea 20 boxes land more"r less,situated_ on the South or Julinui )I1 MICELLANE0LYSR Pot Barfr
II McCun'y. Belts, Starch,40 kegs Nails 3 bp Pepper, 40 ban shot. I Meal Coppers...Pipe Oat
& .V. rap,. Dealer idIODS Groceries and rroTi- Creek in the County of :J Ions belonging to' Clay.Bath Urido:.IDdip. .
Ered Winston Joseph Blunt 5 Powder. 200 bars Lead 25 bbls Putty 15 ] : lab Float Fig Blue SpIJI
kegs Hull Wadora
.i Charlotte street<< doors South of the Henry a nonresident purchased by the said Itlaftb. CaDd
t .- .Ckt Hotel.Mtttre C W Faber Isaac G Pearson boxes assorted Glass 2 bbls Louisiana Oil. 2 do Tnrpentice. I Henry Hull from James James. Liquid Blaekia .in psi a.QuartJ.Pute Wick
I It
1 'lt'W Wells 30 kegs white Lead.2 bbls whiting. 15 caps Shoe Brushes, in Till c","
4 John P Yelverton, Henry I Unless the Taxis and Scrubbingdo
Corn
t S Mu.u* tf, *. Cabinet makers, Theo Sdgwick'm Moore, Verdijris. bbls Coal Tar, 10 baskets ChampagneWine day of sale. expenses' are paid before. the T.D.P1peI. (kmwa do. l\idac broo.n..d.Wjg,.
t eornerof Market equare adjoining the Council room. 10 Cordab 10 baskets Champagne Cider Patent Iatcn Lihts. j Matb'..
Zebedee eases
,
B Collins Cook, R. B. CAliOV rt'm.ioD
Stacy : A. Sherifand
John AffMHcy. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near I t .ott C.p.. Do
John H Swift, Jona Miller A bbls Mackerel. 2 boxe Codfish, 20 do I TAxAajasor and CoUnter St. Johns Co. powder. Salt Liverpool do. Powder G Ja-

: ,the -North Gate ofth.,Cjtfj John.ds1to't 1 David A Comstock, Herrings, 25 sacks Salt, 30 do table Salt, 20 t April 27, JI5O.IN PROVI IOiS. Pork.
Ihms.
I F10ar
AMUSCjlEKTS.Dry S M Cornell Robert Shuyler i boxes Tallow Candles, to'do Sperm do 5 do : anICbeese.caaci.gay'. &aut.

Billiard' Ttlle. Botel\\ *g Alley. Ora Howard, I GourMWUkins James Chambers I.Adamantine,do 30 do extra Soap, 25 do family CIRCUIT COURT. AND GLASSWARE. ;
John V L Joseph Tuckerman
Prnyn do 2 tierces Oil, 40 J boxes & 1i na..2 bbls. AIIo ud; '
Howard Bl tdinl'.Marieij "l li" Moses II GrixueU ALACHUA AND LEVY COU.\TIES ATISO. '
I Fred.'hittleaey, .
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LiT. 'aad Eefrcilmtxt, by Almons, 1 bag Ginger, I bdl Hops, 5 baskets I AVarietyot ,.
; : B'tclif Alley, ;" Charles Ely 'Ym J Bunker: ClAXCXXT
r Sweet Oil i do Mustard, 1 bbl Rose Cordial, 81ttlf GOOtU, 11a-
:
Bridier. City Hotel. I John C Crugef Eugene Datilh, O. M.Dorman, I 7i1l We""IY orl
I .: PAi!Jf G,,.,.. Retaiteji of Liquor: Refreshments, I Walter Joy Francis S Lathrop// 2 J pipes Brandy 1 do Gin 5 quart casks Wine, '.5. { Creditors bill to Boon ct &oes Clod W. Ijgj ct W." i

j *.. Charlone street. c\ppo Jfanhal.. 4-c Dn r..
". : :10 B CJjockolatc, 5 boxes .sotcd. IL G. Livuunton.dec A Wilh. manv, A>U..___T .. _
-Anfl! ) I I JOSEPJI B. COLLINS. President. ping paper. u>lJL --- --- --.a SI'W5 100 aamzr
.1 1 1j ISAAC AB ITT.. Secretary. Preserves hhds Leaf Tobacco, 15'boxes 1- :; IN pursuance of a deereetal ordeF of said Court to The above stock of Groc rieswu- leet 10 JDtatioG

; STAGE I OFFICE. JOSETH BLTXT Counsellor. sorted Brands do. 10 do Pipes 3 do 'vials Snuff directed, all peraonsiiaring demand against York Market and QU e ft'eolDDlf'Ddecl ill. Nf"W//

I Office of tie. Pieclaia XoitStige.. CriJier'a .City G.. R. FAIUATXS, Agent St. AuustiDe'Fb. 15 coils assorted Rope, 1cnsk pints Pu ter, 5 th>abojee ;a ;are hereby required to come before deuce ; and will be disp.j ofin &aic tM cimf'l with. COD&

-tfot 1. : l Feb 16th.LINoSEED. do Scotch Ale, 5,do Monongahela Whiskey meat the town o'Ne1fD3I1ST JJ ,in Alachua county, duced priet-s. We soje t' the atteDt oa of the at.
I u'Leadr 5 cases Pickles,2 do Olives, do assorted Cat- ('at my office therein on the second (2) day of Sep- and private (.rniliei. -- B. E. Inh..

: -!- i, CHUIC1IES.I 'OIL. W Turpentine: Var sups,2 do Sardines,3 bbls White Beans, 3 bbb umber. 1850. and exhibit their demands against the Jan. 1, 1850. CARL,
Rosin, Oakum, Spikes Limes 'i same and .n peneonj who shall -
North'aide assorted Corks, 3 hlf bbls Pickles, Bricks, ; DOt thee come for-
f Catkolic Clu/ta. Mocnatenqiire. 5
;:" Roman Witk.Lathes aDd assorted Lumber ror sale ward and prove their demands Yee. 1
1 Z/T / D Laths White Pine Lumber, Yellow do. Lime, agInMU estate*shall ,&in .tltat'l1l
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E. CARICIrtcSa
1 II I 4an. 26 be excluded from the benefit of this decree Aad Ib4-reb aJJ. Dloatha ,4A5.
Hair to the ,
I Plaster.&c. JgJe
ECksrck. Sofcth aide Mnumentrqnare ,j such persons not parties to this suit who of' Probeteor
I shall in l.. J ..baa;.
Scotch come County,
tr !_ I and Whiskey. i my aecoqta
On SL George in and before and (for ..tdemeol
j Prten cAarsL'I street The above are now store purchased me prove their demands shall.befbre aol aIlowUceJ.
ALE Cider,Porter in Pints and Quarts I they u Administrator of the
COTCH Eataa.
: of thesqoare.Xetkoditt j 1, low and with much care as are admitted as such ereditorseontribote oI'Robert
t and Port Wines. Champapn at rates per ship the of said ,dCCfakd Hicld! law
evenly
ClortL SjMafflolia L George street near the I01 Madeira. Sherry The several Invoices tionate expenses thereof to be settled Slaster ;IZkI fankr
HoI1aDd Gin Mononjohela \Vhiikey.a.or ment warrants. are now by me as that I aba111t the Dotiee .
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; Brand,. 1 N:2S time aa.. t
8A.H-L. f4"T
i Hooae.TFRMS _I i ted Wines, Liquo .,Cotdial ,Ac...for sale br being opened at retail. RUSSELL, frorumy Ai.ni3iatrator1h! or a a4 dis
June 6--2m Special 1 3Iaster aaiJ .
B. E ia Estate
: ; OF COURT: L EASTERN CIRCUITSjuih Ftb 9 .. B. E. CARR. June 23, CARR. Clustery. JA"MEa. A. MICKLE8.: _

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