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Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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f.CJn, .. f Th Pin and the tfmfc.-lfem SmfOt the cute: the oflkcfj themselves dot to .be the judges asNavy [From thytvgutta Republic, 24zA,iProclamatioa net. I. Capitol of said State on Tuesday the tenth day

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; l' as good as aiiy iMii; we have j ; "i i, else a.. 1UbIn G$0 W. TOIVNS, GOV'R. OF' this 23d nay'6fot September, in the'year of .w.
BY SYLVESt MANUCY, |''A phi and a net<]ic: says! this American Fon-: rviZ.of bat fi O fag in the, = our Lord eighteen hundred and fifty.

A: TWO DOLLARS flK AXJCCM, IN ADV1XCE.CT .. | tttiaoit tring; 'iei h 'l1l'1! :,.ia workbasket, and : .()(\h' .Unit -d States, shall' be abolished TO"TRE'IWCTURf TnWWl: T, ca; >ETllG: I ,GEO. W. TOWNS.. it

AbrtETUtXtKTs will be inverted at SETXMTF r .''both+ !wing itfi.; '.,1U t'.nn:, to.qurirrelas idle alter the passage of this act." Tn substitute Haying,been officially informed, that tLc I By the Governor : .

reCttrTS,{ ppr,'ausrtt.pf 13 lines or ,under.... !:e6rstlnae 1I I tusks arc tfjw! Li.dv.'isLlaidtdjtnt. ,,was. agreed toyCas 89. nays 31. .his ., Congress the United State has admittedCalifornia I f r J. !I.lJ.TTu. Sec'ry. ei. Dept. JMR.
offered
'11r rfantoaoP'frnnesoeethan
!i w"said the ,
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flfe>, and Firrr CUT'for etch sub.e ppcat .fc. into the Union'of the States, of the '
.. amendment uuthorrzing tbe'SscrctarY'of the CABELL AND HIS TEXAS VOTE
you ftrcjo.d. for, mud how you eipecAogcttbr
M.: dcdoctlon will be made for aotkufia. (,Jsinnu* world without a head?'' 'Nnyv.;to (contract for the building of three Confederacy Stales upon devolves equal terms with the in original the i. Tfie vote which Mr.: ;Cabell cast.for the die
ctrtd for six months. '- "Whm the \to 'ply between the U. S. and theca a duty upon me,
H the uiw of your head replied tam&hips performance: of which, I shall memberment of Texas ia- eztainly: one of the
,., 3.3 :.taa a'3Wr needi.er! ifyou: have no"eve?.". t (JtAfri: n. the public but briefly. trespass. upon most astonishing ever by' a-Southern. Repre '
Win be executed on reasoiubtt.terms. :y- W/it1> the usuof.aneye: ," mid tbe! pinMif Objection' being made, tho Chair ruled that < sentative. By this Bill the Sooth yields up to
lh bit ?*' thu amendment was in order but the decision An unfeigned deference for public opinion, the
: r ... : FOR MUSIC. al .'In: nu/rer.c'ivo, andean go tbrough'more yeas reversed b: the,Committee.Mr. and! the profound regard I entertain fur the enough for two large States. TOs ttrrU

l'4...,.. DWORDS. work uwii )'ou con," hftid th .n edle,: .Evans, of Mnr'lund'then' renewed his wisJom, firmi eis- and patrl lism of my fellow tory while a part of Texas was slave territory.Its .

'. It tip SEV. ZK. STTifIItx.b "Yef but you will not lire long" amendment. to abolish the liquor ration in the low citizens Georgia, will not justify; me, in population went to make up the populationof i '
a of this character, in repeating '
'> Why mil""Because Navy. paper my a Slave state. of it
;?JlVc fo.hia when am glad Remaining as a portion
1'- --iol'g'1a' the echo of my .jtladnccs ; you have always a sticb in your Mr.: Hjbtard moved to amend further by known and unchanged opinions as to the dutyof Texas it would for all time have been a portion
i, : side," prohibiting the officers from tasting spirits or the South m repelling Free-soil encroachment of
r "" ,< .tJovctQllnK when ainsad said the pin. I a State. The South needs all her territory.
t'T -sobg,;mnkct sweet my very ,sadness], "You are a poor crooked creature. ," said the wine, unless as medicine. f and arresting, by all proper means, usurpation Especially js she need it ".benshe is told that I'

r.\ .. Tis pleasant time,,. needle. Mr. Jones desired to ask how many officers by Congress. she will be confined within her present limits
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t., '. When voices chime, i "rt td you are so proud that you can't bend would ever be well in case the amendment Whatever is compatible with the honor and -that slavery be tbore confined, will become .

Tuta7iae sweet rhymo, in concert only : with ont bn'aldn tour badtf." should be adoptedMr. obligations of the Pcoplo of this State tu the profiles through the number of the slaver,
;{ r. And sung 10 me "I'I( pull your head olf: if j ou Insult mo a< Kuutrhan moved to add that not more country its laws, and its institutions, I doubt make emancipation insitablt'Yith such a

In company- guiu. .. than one dose a day should be administeucd to not wifl receive their warm support. prospect'!;before them, Mr.Cabell yet votes/0:

.: t Qd[ company Whl'O I a'* ) ..r.'tvjpsJwu'M I ":11' put your ;,' : your !life hangs baa sengle thread," Objection was then made that the word are in jeopardy-your feeling wantonly outraged asJargeus Now York, to the North! We say to
1-Rrecttho inn-; 'fl.. said th i pin. "dosu"has great latitude,and thai while some ,your social organisationderided; your the North, because our oppressors having full
iJljF'' y son, goes forth I" llwi.i.HM' i uii i --s WfcMc;:I ihoy were thus conversing, a little men consider a gill a dose,others of more libe honor deeply wounded and the Federal! Constitution numerical power, hn decreed that another
Q&kd.mid the shadows of lrt, utfclH., .1 giil cllttn:&.i, nJ undertaking to sew, she very rat views would consider a quart as u respectable violated by a series of aggressive slave State shall never' be added! to the confederacy

w :,' log to m9 cny wulcQme su.'ijbi! ; I. eon brooke oti'thu needle at the eye. She then doso. measures all tending to the consumption of and because New Uoxico.to\ which the
:. 61yi bean ls>,stirred, 'lied the tlirend around the neck of the pin, and The original propostion, with all. the amendments one object, the abolition of slavery_when north of Texas is thus annexed, has formed a

. <' ;;. v ,-/cb glad bird !'I'attainting tu ew with it, she soon pulled its was then rejected. your equal ,right to occupy and enjoy the common Constitution: ucluqing.lhnery. .
,. f&f inotw. 'arc l>f"JII'J i is sutnrn.r's uowars ; I ht-n.1 '
,. :. 'And liOn;? gives birth of ti." broken needle the bill with the various amendments to the solemn form oJ'l law, "under pretcncog the constituent whose rights he has. betrayed, we )
'. -J- To f fHcndly mirth, "Well here wo are," said the nedle."We the House. most shallow, it well becom? you to assemble, know not. Others wbQ voted for the Bill,may; l
...:; Around. .tle\. inearth, in wintry fours. .have nothing; to flight about now," said The amendment abolishing flogging in the to deliberate and counsel together for your assign era reason doubts as to whether Texas 1 1

':. Aj+n'frst learned:: son in paradise the pin. "It seems misfortune has brought us Navy, from and after the passage of this act, I mutual preservation and safety. really owned this territory, Mr. Cabell can !
',r, From the bright s nhcts o'er him singing; I to our sense." was concurred in by n vote of, yeas 131, nays Whatever course ,the extraordinary! events plead no snch excuse In hi;* letter he admits

I,, And in ( home above tho skies "A pity wo had not come to them sooner," 19. The other amendments ,,were also con- by which we. are encompassed, will demand that the United Sates bar no claim to this a
j glad nntliwis art forever ringing; said the needle. "How much we resemble human curred in, after which the bill was rvad.a third justifk ,' must be left, as it should be, to the country. If then; the United States bad no
GodUtnds his car, being, wl.quarrel) about their blessings time und passed, a of yeas 111. nays 48. patriotism, firmness,and prudence 01 the people claim to it, ,the right of Texas, according to 1
a. f ',wull pleased to hear till they lost them, and never fiind out they Another unsuccessful attempt to get up'the themselves. Upon them devolves the duty Cabell, was perfect. Yet he voles away tho
I .,r: '.:,' The noVrs thut!cheer his*people's sorrow; are brothers till they lay down in the ..
Till the dny shall break, together we du.'* to have its repose disturbed during thepresent I other safeguards,for future security. Neither South, that it may furnish soil for additionalfree

*f. And we shall wake I session. The subject has however the one nor the other of which, however, will States! '
I Lei Charlatan Neict.WASIH&CXU'H been thoroughly investigated and there is It not enoazh fur )( Cabell that his .
fVhcre love will make unfading morrow. Carr'tfonltnct of : jio ever be off ctualiy accomplished,until,by patriotic was r constituents
Kepi. 24, 1850. doubt that it will receive attention at the commencement and concord of with the whole South should be rob*
efforts harmony
Then. -let me sing, while yet I may, In the Senate on motion of Mr. Cass a resolution of next session., restored perfect;and confidence and concert bed of all the territory derived for ,Mexico, at
I L. 'LiVeVim. Cod toyM the sweet 10n 'd Palmisttrwad.in.h was adopted! calling on the President for Mr Edmunds, the partner of Abbott Lawrence cfqcJiuQ feeling produced tho people Qf theSouth the expense of their blood and treasure- -that
r F*OHf >llp..Und-!* W.JU. z_ -cr7iw of all corrcspon4enco between theDe was in the House this morning, busy as among every foot of it should be given to the North; i
i f" j For sndly hero ins nt relative to the Hungarian exiles. effort relative t he Tarltl-. to ismurto 'act't; aqd AL _s, noTmeruy'fv 'Wrrifl oTtne Tj It --'non--i UI III"--- ... rrfexas: And: Ae islilalrainr the

I need tho cheer, Tho consideration of the Civil and Diploma worth neatly three millions! of dollars, all of States policy, but of'the Government votes of men of ell parties for his devotion to

8 i While sinful fear with promise-blendcth ; Appropriation bjll; was then resumed. which| he has realized.within the last ten years. slavtho4ing of the imminent peril to which the institution Southern int rvstSo far from being'entitled
; O fcnw I long ilr. Benton submitted 'his amendment appropriating Mr,:Childi, tbe proprietor of one of the Lowell slavery is reduced by the act of Congress to them be.merlta, for this vote sentence ofcondemnation

Tu join the throng;, about 8100,000 for Prof. pug. to mammoth factories was also in attendance, admitting the State of California into the from all tl ue Southern men.

. Whb sisg the sonic that never end id! tBEAUTIFUL enable him to adapt his electro-magnetic ma with Mr.the Phoenix same object from in the view.Committee on Commerce Union, with 9 const;jtut ion containing the priicjple )- There is a sense of:fiasco ,which the most
-- chino to vessels of war, so .as to perform the Proviso in iju'liance ot w' feel then
made in favor ot Branch of the \Vilmot : our Obdurate ,Ill| ; is an extremity ofwronfr
1 fccaU. The'amendmentwas has a report a
exueritncnt on a grand warning and earnest remonstrance: ; in view of ; at which the most acefui will become
lho Mint at New-York.. Among ether matters, the
oft
-- Oh! there's<< in the wide world a pleasure so however'rejected'theappropriation: states that the total amount of all description the deplorable fact that some diversity of indignant.' Lvery moderate! and orderlovine
present sear being too large l to admlofbuchmagnilicepts report of 67 from opinion exists in som? of the Southern States, man of tho South whose set- bilitics-ace not
linear the window and tilt up your feet; coinage during years as to the proper mode ol redressing the wrun;;sand deadened by interest, or whose 'ntelligeucc )
A to
motion of Mr, GwJnn, 8 OOOO was inserted :! 1793 to )849, inclusire-r-amountedto8J28.8'3; I must w
'P&41 At tbe "Cuba, whose flavor just On averting the dangers which all see not become the insanity! of paiizanshjij is -
way MIl\&. in the bill to make provision for'aick seamen -,' WS, makjqg on average of 82-259,897: peran- and feel, let: me, fellow-citjzjns, earnestly: en roused at the continued attempts ".jcn grebe.*
Ana at 'tbo world 'twist the toes ?f your on the Pacific coast There is a great nura. It also states that 213,730 passengers ending treat you. to cultivate! for each other a deep ing> .made, to overthrow Southern u"itution' r 9
cfte arrived at New-York during the
" ftaGILYtnkrt, oladc. contrast between him and bit colleague from ith 1849 and it year is estimated and abiding sentiment of fraternal: regard and Ever Y,day: old associations are being! ",fro ed.
.. California, Col. Fremont. The latter bus jot the 3 September ; each confidence, and, approach the task, from which Everydayold; party tics are being .o ken
-'- from CinetnMi, black hair, and is ot slender frames while Mr.' that the money brought by pascrjef bore j is no escape, of deciding upon your stuJy I Men.who for twenty years have been aepte' .
?., _-_-L-A pcnlleman wroto Gwinn is stout, tall and broad shouldered.with' averaged 850, making total of 810,680,800. to Gergia,and the country with a firm step, are now coming! together. The old part), ; ,
ed to the brim with plowing thought check bones and large forehead.-He is Mr. Corwin has given notice of sundry re I DtD.'
deliberate arid Federal and
and sent them tobeBurtinKton high but not without calm patientinvestigation : 1 mar, worn in Republican,
Tfrw wn+ea the Adtfertiner other des for publication. We about fifty years ot one, though his locks moval Democratic clerks from the TreasuryDopartment also I ,consulting nether fears or don? I cratic and Whi, Nullification and the Unio'i.I .,

The whole sprinkled with flakes of grey, and tho deep'wrinkies on the 1st of October,-Ifo gets on the one band nor permitting yours 1. wars, is no longer valuable, The South, with i
poem succeed in
-htllonWVe should t
, II pec"ncn. which 'rime has planted, gives him declares thai any persons of I of deluded and a ti
< destructive to selves, from exasperated feelings wrong on the exceptiun a few persons i
&&I ['/ .at \pace WGuld. certainly! !prove the appearance of an older man. But Jhen he procuring an appointment as a professed Whig the other, to be rashly uftfed.to extreme measures few secret eqemise,is raising a common standard -

.our'nader. '.fHUs in Inve is like a sturdy oak, with +gnarled root and and it shall appear that such prof"uionsVcre which have not received the full sanction under which ALL WILL cans. They, whodeceived
., *When feller branches bearing witness to its age, while its false, he shall)( be removed. QfYO\lT judgment, cannot see the danger have,as friends ;
,","1 HetJus ware a white kid f luir.close leaves are still fresh and green, and show that It is said that Mr. Ashmun' is to go as Min Then I shall despair of seeing tho whole our charitable sympathies. Those whose who

and puts on lots boots of splended his toe,, there is a strong and hearty life in it. inter to Brazil. State, as one man proposing nothing beyond arc the natural allies of tho Free Spileis, may

.. ,i' .,..and wears tight upon rose On motion of Mr. Foote the bill was amend what the emergency may demand, or failing expect to be exposed!;and, as enemies, to meet t
like sprowting ,
And sroets jus 1TtinthumoristUotib*n June 1" ed by inserting $3030 for tor a special: agent to I Some good meaning persons in the South to perform whatever patriotism, honor) ages| thp fate of arias As there is no point at which

All Newly sprung; be snt to.Ecuador: ,Gu..temnla.._. who hold with much veneration to the memory right, may require at your bands."The : their wilful l efforts to deceive the public, and
After a long ana tedious debate L an. additional of the Revolutionary contest, are greatly al- General Assembly of this State, by an so there is no limit to which the public conderm
t;Hom.- speakaJn( the section was added to the bill, .which I armedby cries, that the object of Southernersin act approved 8th February, 18:0, having re nation should not go.-Ctiarleston Ncvs.
following disrespectful manner cf ghosts: provides, that upon full proof the satisfaction resisting' the wrongs of the Abolitionists is quired me, upon the happening; of certain j I
Goats be hanged! No such thing in nature; of the Secretary oft the Treasury, the con-': disunion. Such persons ntad not alarmed, events, one of which is the admission of Cal- "From the Housoof Representatives we have

vtUIkidioagafBO: before thn wood pavement. tractor of tho pulic printing shall be allowed These are but clap; traps of the enemies, not ifornia as a State into the Union, to issue a every reason to expect as equally decided a
SVfe&l should they come for t colliers may and paid,,such sum; as he may have lost under of the SQ\ltbonly, but o the Union. The worst proclamation ordering an election to beheld vote. Undoubtedly there will be clamor and i
wipe for higher wages, and .the Chartists may his contract; and receive ten per cent to the < rise for reform, and Joseph\, Bturee car rite, work dune, are the Free Suiters, who have sworn that they Convention of the People of this State, to take members-rit is to be expected-but- the final
ond'the nixing generation may rise-but that On mo'.ioo of Mr.: Cass the sum of A. ,nnK will dissolve Union, violate Constitutions, set in consideration such, measures as' comport result will ,by written down'witli certainty,
the dead stveiitd rise, only to make one's hair was inserted to defray the expenses of Gen.Tll.ylor'tt laws at defiance; mid steal slaves, rather than: with the extraordinary posture of our rela- Taxis DECISIOX MILT BE THE DOOM or SLATES litHE

cite, if more than I credit Suppose( yourself a funeral., An addition 04000 was then not exterminate the institution. These men tions to our co-States and to decide qpon what ? ,UIITED STATES. ITS LULL svrrsxssiov, is
ghost Welt if you come out of your $t ate to insert :defray the expense of transporting have allies in the South, who under the cry of steps are necessary and proper, In be taken EAR AT HA3D AID MAJT BE LOOKED U70X,AS Ort
f and
erve a friend, bow ire you to helphim tho remains to Louisiana.On 'party.n, "dear Union,""noble General Government compatible with our honor nqd constitutionalOD'.igations or THE HOST TiirarHAXT BATTLES EVES' JOCGHTA.tD
: U it's Ml.enemr. what's the use appearing to motion of Mr. Dodger the bill was amended ," ore aiding, to their utmost ability, thistreacherousToce : as well qs rnuru effectually to gcu.ni JI WOX, TST; BECORDED15 THE woaL .BISTORT.
. dim if you .canH:pitch into him r' I. .l bv striking out ,ihe 'proviso of the House, of men If this question is I qyr fight qf [property in slaves, and, to It will have been .a victory withi-ut bloodshed i
\ 1- i it prohibiting the pay rent to Senators of mileage not settled who 'will bo .Llam .}?-None but arrest aggressions; by oae section of the -a victory of principle, over habit find and> a

.. SOlttlt>rt ml Arkantat Mining C mpa"1'- lor anY session of ihc Sen J. which shall be these same allies,,*-bu have kept the South Union,upon the free enjoyment of the Constitutionalnghts Qsiociatioo, RIGHT over WRONG.
"The U tie Rock Gazette st>ys that tho mines called within thirty days; after' toe adjournment I divided. Wo| have encouraged the North of the ,other, and lastly to pre- r! The above art the sentiment*;cfctho: New, .
-6f this,Company near that city, continue to cl both,Houses. in their onslaught on the constitutional rightsof aeree'inttrolite'ttha quality pf the Slates of York Sun; and In connection witlrtira;'we
prove extremely' rich m the argentiferous lead After the rejection of numerous proposed the Sooth, and to a continuance of aggressions. the Ugiaq,as gyq qq&e,& ,. lJIe Cvnatitttri desire to call attenlioo to the portion9B occupied
ore. Since Hay last upwards of 160,000pounds amendments to various sections of the bin, it Let them bo driven with scorn front "i by tile presses en.4:! pgliticans, who Gait g ,.
mineral has been raised, most of was read a thin! lime passed:and returned ,to heir positions. '1herefure,bo it knqw.n, that ,| George \V, weir, SQ'violently dtaouoosd,wfcatt ey caD,
which has beta prepared and tent forwardto t'-_ House for its concurrence in the ,,amendIUVI .,.., Towns,Qoyerqqrqf tQQ St4te qf ,georgia, by the rvfistance men. Every attempt, on \b r.k.j ... !

mtrkl't. The mining operations will, for ment.: I NEW VOLE POST OFFICE:The sum total qf 1 the authority ,o4 mute cf llje law,du issue put bl tbe'put or the true friends the&
the resent, to continued more ImmediatelyO'Wftttnjc In the House the Naval Appropriation Jill received at and sent from the this, mjr pigclamatio4ortlermg kad'directingthat 10 relict the conJcqutnca of the\ California
the cn&ln shaft at tM diftfncs, ngsin taking up in Commjttpeof the foreign'letter. reuchw the enormous to qalifleU Motets for tho must numnr- Bill, 012 ,b& question ofH laveryt<. and"to excitethe
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which is now ninety feet,) through the black was\Vbo\e.\ post office in New hundred and thousand A ous brunt of the General Assembly, do meet peoplo of the Iaye>olding Elates lo Union
( twenty
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elate which Is found at this depth. It litho On Saturday,Mr. Jones had moved amendby amount making ,an at the several laces' of holding elections,as has been declll.re4 rebejlignst.treasonable, .;
4etcrmasUori of the company to increaaa the abollsbini: flogging in the Navy, Thjii *M for the month ot August anJ,letters daily, in averageof.uverelavtn addi.i fixed by law In the 'several counties of this i tending U? and of Mr. by thou+ the boors fixed' for voting> on dared at Interesting to break:
force now engaged.at the mines vigorously further amended on motion I business of the office. Of State, within has ;juQclurc
:.' to prosecute the work. During the crevi4UA ddinexct in c ail'! $where courts mqrtiall tioa to the regular huudrcd and cighty'tbouandwere Monday .the twf'DJy-Mh.. day of November: i himself loostifrotn the tift gfmoref partizan-- ,
of min. a it.not this amount one &nd then and there, by ballot,elect two himself side of tiff
week another very exttnsivo vein held Md the cntancc tntoof I and one hundred and next ; ship; andyange : 09 the
Ptl had been discovered at the lead mines, are ntiltwentt-fourboursafterjudgment." sent to Europe, received. F Dcltfgatesla each tit. the counties now entitled I eotuiry- and'against deliberatoviolations. pf

I *which promises to rmufier&io the proprietors I 68 ea N motion of Mr..Evansthis furtl!Wndcil eighteen thousand were Callforni4 and rty-five forty to oae,Bepresentatlvtf In' the General' Assanbjy CoqstitQtio.ql.every small Cjjr of the pxrtjr,

', liberally for all'outlays by adding hat 'the tpirit ration_ .be abolished, thousand were sent te Tbe bq 21j9CS$ jf the foreign ,aq.4 four Delegates Jqt| such eoqatfes ej oro 1 with wbjrh b. as teen coosacted, opens opt'
received.
LII thousand 1.e 5nteUye bark and cries out t r
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and that five cents,,per is rapidly inereosiny, .
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mtsPp'r disunionuiIJaoa
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u.da.-fto.'rnort universal use ; '
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: commutation. less than twwlv.'regular'mastUJnel'S '
)Lr.Venable : there being no aMfbnrard Uxi* Deportment the .which he invent adcoftedvn o
Cta&tJean1 Lind's concerts in morning a proviso& offered by the month. to certify can aaendbla
This coming .
1fppert bu been frequently: remarked. Itt "that'1W ber wjncs. nor spirits shall be us- to depart during returns of aid electioai i'n he' manner pt7icribed Noiif there era plain! roen .g.
Mew York the fact that the dealers inutcful on ship board while in actuirvTce. brl&totte0'teetio!* of EeprescataWd of an/party, Who have been, from Hrvjudaieeso /
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t j eat ached and>F ornamental articles in that ed us medicine," was agreed Well, wife, I don't see, for my part how dtee .QeetI'M' IW,,; !ilbfer-. # want of information, led off by taeia innaT
those I al except they send letters on them ere wires without tt Ilr off day: ,bee < ted and who bare honestly bet
fOr a night: at A time. By .. 4s. titer o 4P 1 dcr: CiDt, ..
,eit'y. )atre them\Jwe"'OO'OOO tout can:!lord to make to-Yeas motion. Nays or btri Evans this *.. further b-, teafin yn all to bits." !?.Lamethe1 dart end 1> f-; > ,li. .ot..e.raoi f- 'eYed that no danger was lying eatb thgsfnjeasurcs >
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can ,be 10 blirn.1 as not to sec the .tcndenc}' ofthese The 1 State1akes I from both cand4datcs. If the speech of Mr. I,j us they are indeed sufficiently shown to be;, "ngo, was hailed as/tho harbinger of cohctvsiou'
% t things 14 there ) ant General election of this '
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. ; I index of his desires their t vijlato the latter i in ; wronus.
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still liis Walker is to be taken as the by willingness 1'1 order I'
'II I: iriinjFiiJent us to continue warfare on In from
v place on Monday next. two days I Tuesday, I0th for Spain, thus provinrliow
the .best interests of the it evident that the office of Register to the former. The People Of the
vmth whrie preserve
". 4 '. ; 'jiving tins) dute, the citizens |of Florida will be required was too falacloui! is tbobopo ot those who confide |111
undo.-: her protection anSI enjoying her fuvoril Congress I .did not so much interest him. Securing South however, will not bo much longer mys- '' the justice'of the mother co.mfrrlIis distinguished
i.'t \ Is trrre one so blinded l.y part)" zcul.nnd to vote for a Representative to i in' titled this be 'I' service: the t
campaign
; the election of Mi. Cabell, a Whigm3joriy: on subjector imposed upon by Cardenas, ,
,j, ,mi.sltai! by .(Jart)' prejudice, us ,not to foel senjibly -. Members of the! State Legislature nndRrgister' I the election of a the daily repealed trick and/san timonious and his cookblooded! assassination of the four
the and
that the f.ito ot th'- country ,in which he 4 of Public Lands. On the TCult Legislature, thereby unfortunate**men who 'were led behind
i will
. ,. lives I I U. S. & too visible to whine of these doublevoiced'nnd oracular deceivers ,
is the fatcofliimtcli'niid ofhi4! household of this election much depend Circumstances Senator! Judges,, -, were no doubt, entitle him tOne. honors, and greater

4 ? Is there ono not patriotic enough( to render the mod important election for, ,I i I be mistaken-to use a common S1t jug,they whocry Unioniii'.hih, : note, and con- renown. ';. ?'

know that, nt th'u momon', the :huh: is driven I "stuck out a.lcet.IJMember.. stitution in a low,one-:or in scarcely heard The excitement against Cert. Campbell Mill ..

10 the extremity of deciding, uiiher to }'i( ld, Florida ever ordered, or that i is likely again under-tone, and hope thus to Ibcmselves continue, and I doubt much if W ever will be .
I : ,or to unite in a solemn! determined resolution to. t.u held. In the election of of the Lcgislatnro. pass permitted again to exercise the functions or '

: .of forcing the sister States! of this Union to observe Representative to Congress, Of equal importance with the Representatives : off as the only true patriots 'and statesmen in American .con ul. It is to be sincerely hoped'an .

the mutual,oMuUi>>nioftlwt Union, null Being the first election, after the adjournment to ,Congress, and perhaps we should say the countryy thai the government will not leteE ttftbe ob

.,to obey the Constitution of the UriitnJ States? ,, ,I more. is the election and choice of Members to The people of the South can never be drilled jections of the Spanish minister or' _

The motto, E pluribus unitm, is a false declui of Congress,and the result bchigosup-. I the Legislature. Our interests,our right, and acquiesce in a compromise by which they The newly organized battalions o( ,'noblerestaents
ulion We of be the mice of the from: the I .
of what we now arc are not posed to people / of nvanaw 'are shll1fnferannl.(
a .. .. their enact- wouid bu made under the and'I
to
2. our ,
'" property are depending! upon pass spear
.- many: -we are ono of'n fjw fur Iht: many haH first ::;southern state, whicn shall speciron me have arrived to perfection in the use of their
.Violated! theIr pledges of union, sacrificed: justice subject of Congressional adjustment of the .ments. They have not only to enact laws for ,subj'-ctcd to a humiliation lower than that of deadly u-eapons!" They arc for'th6 nwstpart .

Ij to the spirit of fanaticism, tnide.a sitciiicc I cur government nnd protection, but mder the the Ci: dine Forks-a humiliation: by which Catalans! or natives of other Spanish provin;

./ oftho S.(; \' fur thu nwny, ind substitu'cd slavery! qu stionJ a responsibility ;is attachei"'" .(, constitution of our State, they at this- 'i- they would half their W'orth"--ns those I ces. dare say that nut on -tenth oflbem are'

wron for right. For ourse'ites, we l have long to our votes( and we may place ourselves in rr pre Creoles. These braggarts, in:truly
HCXJOQ
ion to elect TOUR Judges to enforce tho e lawl.I' always do, who become slaves. The true u- ,
warned live South that: 'he danger was upon position, such' us we may hereafter be rcquir- style, assert their cafxibilifr of m&ttn&ifa\ .: fwbole.A.in
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only ommis'o c( ta lue then before the is not Union or -, : '" '
ner. Wo have predicted the very outrages ed to abide, by. : They are not People, ricn na fi1f j J turIt!* .
,which, begun insidiously, now have attacked ; ? I' I .\ nf f'bat con.it tThl n"r rial'constitution;;t Habana into another 8arugosil! 'time DO ,r

,openly, thu vitalsHbf: the tuition. :Js there to, .'' '' t l'iC91.9J., .I.t- "are"Ul'Sicqul: t r c is between those who would! preserve'the grcdt doubt that with the "' lian-hearlei Armerf n

1-L: .b J'oucuopt. .'A rTtorth ', *o (:u ., In You are nJ1'r5d-upon to declare by your and to supermtend the finances of. charter of our Liberties inviolate- and those I their head, thecoulJ like SautsAnna and his
Comptroiler ,
'""view of the aggression, in reference to which I votes, whether Congress in legislating to the braves) conquer the whole .Anglo-Saxon race I.
the State? WiththcrnaHo i is the perogative who are for submitting to its.violatioivin order i
{tho "SunM congratulates: the world to'stand the North till the soil, wealth ani power uf.I : 'i You bad better prepared In New-York iota

with folded ttrmi., and bi'hold, without a word California prohibiting the South from participation -1 electing 'a United States Senator in the as, they say', to preserve tho Union. ThelatterjappeaI I descent upon the Empire city :

tor act, tha sacred guards of the Cpnstiiutiou I f.pl:1ceofUr.[ : Yulee, whose, term expires next ; to the coiisequeuas which would I '%A: Spanish slaver was capturcdHBtSuadar. ,
broken dsxvn/nmidst thcbotsting1.oL1ie< modcr..n. therein mid adding ,two Senators 8th ,irtst., near Cuhinba a little! town"about I
Union-Sis 3
,. March. West Florida, has already rv Representative fl w.frorn..di suluion.of the .affording '
.Goths who beset.usj Furtursclves: tain, and two RepresentatIves to the free soil miles east ofthe Moro. She was taking in..ber
in the Senate: nnd whether Mnjor :sufficient reasons for submitting to a violation -
al have the evil warned = .and
we seen Iparly at* strength, has. enacted a law constitutional in crow cargo previous to sailing. Ifcr officers
of it, so-we'.arc UO\V'prepared to abide the re and to and one 'gainst 1 Beard: or the, lIon. E. C. Cabell arc elcctcd.thu of the constitution.: The former, bok are' now undergoing an examination.
spirit satisfactory -
,. :HiheMutflL: de) "wal} we really believe you Middle will have :Representative in Congress not to the consequences that: :would result When thy consent to "grease" tb&JcadsofRoncali

$ho.wilj! iubmit to this \ihmning wrong; ,, which youjlmve[ "uu cause of eomplaiut.Bent I wc'apprehend ihr.: it will depend very from the overthrow of the constiuion, but are a id Artnero, the vessel wniffiaHoubi i

t and iakcpaU' flttv the lash! so be it. We can in mind that it wns Congress that m'tde be'allowed to proceed on her tmhalfowrafcr,
\ much ifnot entirely a Democratic Legis- defending it the attacks of its enemies .
-{ 'live, wd! presume' where others live, but thank I California State and not. the:people as some upon against tl1nd.' : : i.

{r God! lfv. whei'u ivc will, and die where xve 1 have told you. You are called upon by your | lature, whether a Senator is elected from East ; who are even now at the gate,and who The 8h: was celebrated with hgjetcst

may, neither the sin <>!r cunccn led traitorism, I of the Suwannee. We believe w'% speak the, have already broken into the citadeL The pomp at Hcpla, it being the feast otht1ia. .

:nor the open shair.e: cf bu'ingsoJel our counlry vqtes to declare. whether. Congress! purchasing determination of such Democrats of the East one party holds up the evils! that would flow 'l'b"Virgin there, you must'knowj. d(A ad
'for party! will ever follow us with cur.-C! Texas soil which was slave: Territory,nnd I I has: been sclectcnl fat th 3 patmc &oftbe bar
be elected that will insist from dissolution of the and thus
confederacy
\Vc have bu one word more' .o ay, now. legislating in a position to be, converted into as may they upon a bor. After mass the devout mumtudef, tisembl -

:., -Nothing but usuw: : can now save the SOUTH, the free soil, tans enacted a law satisfactory to I an EasternSenator, '(by Eastern Senator, .seek to pa ralizc and arrest the action ot the Peo -d in the CJckl i I nnd drinktritT houses and

.Ustos And the CO STJTU''Jq". That UMOX: must : we mean a man resident in cither East or ple. The otherdirects their 'ntti'ntion to the enemy ; heard the vespers in I thu bull-ring wh.vrc G3vinoa.

; .be on ,bo. lisiUl'i Jin,. IT is AN issue of LIFE yoj and whether in this pcnting up, you South Florida,) and that should the Legislature -exhorts them to defend the citadel to fcicar1, and toe .Calnnncht Indian JyP',R.

f AMD, DEATH. fOR OXE, WEAUE' riCEFAREO TO have "no cause of complaintRemember inud aheCfOwt! wa II their astoithhrngsklljnsIL'patchir :
be Whig thai,Ihey will join the Whigs if breakdown with Rom in devotion, the bride
MABCH UP TO 36, 30 WITH OVU COtTlS OX CCK that while, the South were, seeking territory I lain --ull. The nigijps uiualV .. _
; in the election of such selection as that Ie ds tn it-rcga7dcss! of the uelC *
iJ.1.CIC.V.no. GOES WlTn VS? El. into which shot might disperse' her surplus necessary conscq s ''::4 !'ptmt: in the ILia rOJm. Gratw.o. .. ,, .(
1 maybe: made by them. from East of the Su- which[may follow, should! they f.ii!, or what ct Titling the S.ii.;; ; s! ,
: slaves! and!:ja void the fate of St. Domingo.; "
I I wannee, provided, the individual selected the foe may do, in the ST. AUGU5TNE : Congress: jjave bt/cn/ selling that which was >) -js' have f.akcti at Pino deltiUI
1 : (jijace} .
Iii Southern and who has and The Union the! n.ii-sionisM
11 man ot feeling, one I access. >u \ ,
for that and I 's : ,. hrija body of
already open purpose, requiring AtM'.v .u c U
: Saturday Oct. 5, IS:>O. heretofore actedasthough he considered Je* tell us "must be preserved asked how it i ito .! .' f"\m.h' 'nnd Insnot: retr1t' ,
you to contribute the payment of the purchase j \ capital
I FOR RErSZSEyATWE, TO COXGRESS. money. Has the South in this "no mocrats had feeling, were human: beings, sandhave be preserved, the answcr is-hi adhering tl jill II :'vx-rjssiibarqi.: ; Sta Cecilia'ftn &

A circular on th' ,-h; ; bn. ,ituUtGeiEfhl. )
rights. truly logical, syhlngiii'and .
CO.REPRESENTATIVE I
JOHN OF
BEARD LEON .
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of ?
I cause complaint. .. rmovetaEj1 .
mode of thi! h\- wit t'1"I -istotjr. Castro, ,
., ---- ----t---- ---- ---'- Of the election: of Judges we can only speakour twistical reasoning : : '
: You are called upon to declare, whether of. ';fl't, H.i: tfl nppofnr 03r-,
. 'OR TO>TI1E LBG- tcr the repeated remonstrances of the South! I own sentiments,-we are opposed, decidedly I the People.of the South c.'-'not but be COi.-" ot! Mat--;- 1. oo }'sIgUI1rCTflQV1tiVfb r... O jia

.:' JSI.ATURE.HIAT11E1V 1t -: Congressional interference in domestic -] opposed lu tarty Judges. There is sorre- I ced.and: brought to sect, folly pfattrmp'ii .ticfi f. .' att.iuu:: : >.': L .pa. SRcjtSaA broup: '

.& : SOlArfA.. against thing in our opinion so repugnant and inconsistent :- either quietly wit hijmw} from," or forcibly ,. ) o-)l !lit-fa', si part of ihe new l. vitU.about. tall
.._ ..... ... ., __ ___ slavery, the abolishing of the .Slave trade, "-
t '1. : i.-- I: with the position and dignity of a Judge maintain their e.4ual 1'Rliik.l: in tie Union. >c: sent ton Spin U> rutnfurco flw ;arrny1oICubi.
;
t The trierjpN, ot Mr. 3f. D. VAPY annouhrehim in the District uf Columbia by act if Congress ---. ,- I. 4I ";,

as_a: caudidatd for the office of Register Is a measure, 'satisfactory to you,. and one in an election upon party considcrationsthatwe Gov. Towns Proclamation. I Con. Choncha the new CHptiin General .ii /'
1
I jot Public Lands. :. against which have "no cause of com cannot reconcile ourselves with such nom I Th Proclamation ot the Governor of Georgia daily expected. Rumor>saysthat-Rniicali wtjft
; you: but little I the cornmnnd, Gen Con ht before hitsnecrssor ..
, 1 In our opinion it makers ,'appointing ft day !for election of Delegates resign : :
plaint. If admit that Congress has the ',
t -- "--- -- you nrrivH. F this I iuch.
how or in what manner, Judges are selected :1 to the State D3IOCRATJV11EET1NG.Dout
:
right to abolish the slave trade in the District t be found in another c Pumn. Business is very dull; PNimt-thtte' bul
: mav
whether the the the
!forget the Plectlngto iiiglit. of Columbia, and legislate at all on that subject by people or Legislature, This duty as i* wilt known already, has devolved 12 Armncan vaisclf in port T; A. W.MR. .
Democrat, evil to be apprehended: as wu think {i*, m party -
Every come-Hcetliig at .
Executive: in the
admit what will the pursuance: of
. then as certainly upon
you ';\ ELL AND DISUNION{
of at 1-2 nominations, and in tho making-party which "
thsAnslsntCiCf the
of
lieoJClco act Legislature we publuhtd
follow as that water runs, (ie,) that Congress has Mr. Cabell having voted ,away a portion OfTfXis :
7 o'clock.-Fr&emOflremember vice, the merjl or qualification instead of judicial a shor lime since, providfngjor; the calling of 11'
I past the right to absY&'Za&cry in, the District of I' to which hft ainits.the Uiulcti, :k.fcw"hNjnoclalrti.'tlie >.. ,..
you are to vote on 4tlOUIA-qa Monday knowledge and uprightness of character.thePolU a convention, to adopt s6rnc mode ai.JAiianuenin title of Tuxaa being 'ponf-ct
Columbia. What becomes of jour protests I jf .1.tn th e.yqnUhn. ltoIni", bill,
ivc viIi kuoiv who ore Drni.crnlTztHIwhouot. 3- : Frecaaf.ii nt_Stto : "ob. ; tntior re unconstitutional rrfusur-'s were adopted ami, which wi.l I probably bo odmlttc-d by the
so olten made against Congressional & me **oii..U next Co-erws as a Free .Soil Stats !
.' -having
-_. ._. s an I f by Congress.Tne
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--. ongre izr
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-- ---- Let no mi n lead you influence you,-vole Proclamation is ?i grave and di, ni1.: ':J thus aided the ro'jbtuy the, Sout>$>. Ht.C .
Congrcssiona/, I nnd for the District of Columbia ? .
seeks
&bell now to avoid and
rwporuibilily
as a frrrman should-n-ote acccrding tollbp1 document, and places ho. true .Nsue before the
ThenmntI.md: Bill has }passed the Ken. Th areIho: ; measures cr&braced in the dictates of comdcnce-'ote as one accountable -I people of the Slate, plainly and lipsiouatc- cnnieznnionby! [ raining the cry ir disunion.

following' nmemlments ortcn-d by bills called the Compromise." Your votes your h'. The cli-ction will bo kId C'I tho 25h November ,. f I* says lint 11ajiar BrJ: U for "a dafciolutiou\: ,
.ole, .ritLI for vote-vote for the man to the Union/1 Ta fact however
of
i that
your j Mr. ""*
on 'Monday will answer whether you arc satisfied 1 j and the conv 'itii.it i t tos, :inlM! iaMilledgcvitlr
Mr."ul to wit; enact laws fur whom know and in C.ibr-Il luukily, Jors not mi\e it M/
you you !! m the l' .a r.r j r> .i'er.: Fri nJ; siyssif -
amendment securf g to the settlers un- or1 hot. Mujor John Bbard is the Demo: M..j. r Board's; nliiinnts ia relation tu the
An for It .
whom you am willing to confide. Vote of Southern Itigtes up a': 't;:; tie tchul
t un law in Florida the cratic'candidate, nominated: by the unanimous .. T'nion: tmv ba tband expressed his own
;11-r *r< our
of constituted and assembled cournl'-
:
I vote n r-'gularjy to subterf4 "-, ing tr: efcrt'Mtlgzc
of the act. every p
i benefit ,
.
Examine your ticket, be sure the name I I"n action. While a Bill was pending Congress: tu exclude
.tncndmcnt which convention. The Convention him
nominating your
will
': And another pro- in there for whom you:wish to vote. MATHEW The of disunion i iaruiu :intc : of:| lh3 South from all: the Territory acquire.' :!
u ears
cry
entitled! lo benefit thc considering the Slavery question n matter I r .
lecltho the SOLAS who born and fron Mexicolu I : said, in the intoasity ol hit|
\ person your neighbor; one was the timid wavering. Ta.; cry .1 traitors
I nct from the r(tctof: ill{ a '*'HeJ nconsidi: dI above party, and that the Democratic party and brought up with you, on'3 whose interests rind ,rebels was rung into thetrs: -I" fFie convolition I! opposition to suci: (in, insult and such an infu- )

mJo with tho e..who may: have de. had in connexion with the Stat, Mr. Cabcll, identified ,who *igne I that! ..:Jo"! Ith' .'Lii: .,rights, : ry, that he preferred a dissolUtion! to Its pas-
contracti with
nrs insoptrably:
ef.ro the Passage! of the act. and the Whigs: 'confide! that suject to the yoi.rsonewhowill th! declaration, of.inilcpendencc! of the British sag':. Suppose cvery-S.utherrt man had' taken -
I .ccivo.l lh'0) live with you all his life, and one colonies North America." A sr.'lrc-cru"w the same ground, who believes lhar Bill
of .
lIiU! tho lands Nashville Convention, presented no platform ep: -
; *te ranting Swamp: '
would have
F ; passed 'lVh() doubt blJtth'l
1 Thu who expects to die on his native soil is a Can ithet ii therosort of tyranny and In upholders
States in which they lie nnd fur their ClndiJateo' i South would have obtained tile
lheAjve''al' rights to which i
to didate. Do you want to vote for bi"l7 If so, : everywtcreart why should we t *;x" :npt.- I ,
''wbi" was sent buck from the House: 'to the Tho Stale of Florida by the solemn act of &ut!,rn ll rald. i he Constitution entitles her T N't one Jmi&ts

11 st.lte 1 with nn amendment has become a law its Legislature, consisting of both Writes and I let no one. influence you agt'inil your:.,wijl. \ it. What: then prevented it ? The'(.ICt thu t

th Senators encurrinij in the :amendment INTERESTING IVIJWS FROIHAVANA. m' litudol pirty lenders took very didr.t -
J; ) Democrats pledged itself, "to join the other The True Issue '
Jacksonville und and
/he Republican .says."A ent g: by denouncing those wbo

high estimate is placed on the grant to Flor- Southern States" in this Convention and passed Among the various false issues presented to {S Correspondence of the Neio-Yurk Sun.] were 'heartilr contending; for our rights con

ida. Our Swamp lanJt finbracei; perhaps fourth I unanimously resolution from which. the thc d of the and PER mA IIE& OHIO vinced, the North. that. the. ..South would. submit
People, by the cmagogues day, -
,Qf the State, including the Eterglades.and the cession following i is 'an extracts HAVANASEP'F. 17ih, 1850. to wnaiever sne mi is valued: by Mr.Vescoltat 5Ot'OCO to tlr 1 the insidious class of Politicans who arc seek' I Messrs Editor?: The fate of the two American I by the timidityor something worse, h.ive thus "

people. The cession, of :the JHtergtades, which is "That under no circumstances< will the bindingnn people ing to distract a nd divide the South-there \i I Captains i is shrouded in the most profound brought upon the South theevils which Major

nuid obtained, vas proposed and urged: by Mr. of this State be willing recognize as \ are none more pernicious and deceptive than '1 I mystery.-Trwy were condemned to death by Beard deprecated. For this these Inen

IV. in 1848, in a but offered by him in ihe Senate I enactment of the Federal Government I the BInrinc Court, but I belhe the verdict has should bo held to a strict responsibility. Es
which has for its object the prohibition of Slavery : those involved in the terms 17/tum.and Disunion; I
iphich teas not inZlyaced on. .-The Everglna'e.scannot I i been, reversed by Roncali. It is the general: pecial: should those who 'like Mr. Cabellt
to ''Frc e feoil" as Ipnj: as they are in In nnv Territory Suttlh of the linf of theMissouri as they have: the effe ct of reversing in the pub. ,,i belief here that they will be imprisoned for aided in these: aggression, be made to.suJ&r

,, possession of the Indians, but vrr suppnsp with Compromise"TheState lic mind, the position of thc Parties, of which I life in ona of the Spanish'fortresses inAfrica.I for it. k': '

he grant we have the Indians asappurtc.anccs and the two great parties therein these terms are considered as the rail miseries, I The American S.ilurVilcox, who was found These Bills bnving passed does not follow
thereunto belonging. I : on one of the reef*near Cardenas,the next day that Major Beard, who preferred disJoliiSca
this Beard :
were in position, when Major accepted as dividing into Ihe friends and opponents ot I '
"'--r *- I tor I I after the taking of that town has been condemned to their pa&iage.ndfo that :hepAac. paused, U, its
; the nomination. He has followed and" the constitution.Thc d'xtrous substitution the I II
by
! WASHlSGTOK.Sept! 28, I 1 to ten years'imprisonment in Africa. favor of dissolution. Because ho preferredone
The joint Committee of both House have agreed not led the, people, and has declared[ stand submissionists. of the clectro-rmgnetical: term I I Sentence of death ha* been pronounced against ns the less of two evils, it does, not follow

on on extension: of the Capitol. Thu President for Southern rights in conformity ,with the oft :I Union,for that of the coutitulumnov getting the following Cuban gentlemen,for supposed that he desires both. He wished to prevent I

p i is to select the pianand.appoint a superintendent expressed views of the people-his state has I lobe rather unpopular and obsolete-has been I I 'connection with tho late Cantena inva both : and now lhat ooe has been inflicted,,ha f f:
: for the work. I! I' sion. Gonzales Sanchez, Hucias, Villaverds, woud! gladly avoid tbe.otbrr. Such h his nosition ,
not yet said they would SUBMIT to the nets of I J the source of this fatal confusion of ideas, by i Betancouit JIr. Cabell the '
There'was' a pcrspnal! rencounter the: Senate I P. de ARueroGapar (:. Madan.. to contrary nolwiih:
; I between Senators Fool anti Fremont on Conlrcss-thnt declaration will or will not be ,|i wh ch those who are for ticking to the contract I I I Aguero receives his sentence fer having written standing.But: '

L Friday; ni;:.ht. The disputant! had clenched declared on Monday next. One word as to :themselves, nnd requiring the other parties 1 a pamphlet! at New-Orleans! bearing rather how stands this I latter jrentlenrm ? fa

, au.l were separated, The affair has: been am- the prospect of hw success. Our correspondents ': to it, to do the same;'are impudentiv, represented I I hard on Spanish deposits.V. the creed which he h.is given as, he fully en-
' val.ty ad lusted.Mr. Arriete has bwn condemned to hard labor dorses Mr.Tuomtn' speech made last wiuicr -
: I from nearly! every county in the State ; to be, amLeven. insultingly ''pointed at, ,os
t, Rltchw's losses on the public printing ia chains, far lifc, and sentcnced ,also to expressing the scntimonts of h t
)have been indemnified and the contract. annul j' write us that Major Beard will receive full i, its enemies, nnd would-be>dcstrcyers while pay the entire cost ot the prosecution against ist>fMr. E. C. Cabell. Now it. UJajhat, ','

(, led. f ,f. D mocratic'ottt.. Al| agree that it will be a j those who are for acquiescing in its uWa/ion,.for the Contoy prisoner,'and also -damages speech, we think, that Mr. Toomb UMS t&ft '

The Whigs. of\ New York ha\o nominatedWashington rrry close election, and that the majority, of the sakes they say, ofprescnt peace and! sustained at Cardenas. following language : _.

k Hunt,for Governor.. either c"nllidl\t.-will\ be nmill. The submis. { harmony have succeeded in passing Ihem All the above indiYidul1l*,'however,are safe "Depnive,UI of tJ\ : rigli', and apfropriate Ait
f' WAAHIKGTOS, Sept. 2Sfh.Yastcrday I ; i within the borders of the United, Stales and common property to younelte, it u thijurgoc.
f in the Senate, (the Fortification ionist have a decided advantage in the Can selves offor are at last seeking to do so-as its unless their abductions effected, a la Rev, "UM;, Ta al am its f1IeJJW. ad I "

.,;,. Bill was reported without amendment: 'In the \'nSi.Mr.\, Cnbcll instead of losingby hi*absence friends, and ttie great "Conservative party of they 'need have no fear of being harmed. will thcnrflcaTibring my children adjij coa-- -.

House. the Civil and Diplomatic Bill tvasundcr I has friends canvassing for him far superior the Union" Availing themselves-of the at- Now that General Lopez has timo to reflecton ttihtent :to the. altar ef libertyt and like l1a ilctIr.J

\.., 1 b of1 hleratioa.: I to him in every respect, and those that: i tachment of the People to the Union. they have his conduct toward Ceruti, whose atrociou. vouldxioear tkem to eternal kastiTUy to 4j
WASTHSCTOX, Sept., !D. ingratitude already brought four individuals domination. Girl us our jut ri6Al6.W.JI4
Yl'sterJItlad Senate insUtcd upon ,IK> n.menJincni ,. can, and hive exerted more Influence in the
',; to :ho Diponatic; Bill. .\ Committee i election than ?Ir. Cabell could possibly have ; which still shines "the cynosure of all eyes," to imprudence of a moment, let him learn on another it, and,it* every interest. Refute it,nfIJ.paTlof aiJ

!;, of Conference! of H.o t twof Houses nppol.nt .J up. i done. While on the other hand Major Benrd dazzle :and mislead and paralize their minds-as occasion to treat a Spanish Governor as /or one% I wiur jro*..ISD UTDXCJW .

0:1 the subject. The Indian Appropriation andBounty I alone. The wo fear: his treacherous he deserves to be treated. The old man was Pretty atron
has canvassed people, are the Fire Hunter employs torch language, is it non The Soatlr
L-unl Bills were amanded'io: tho Senate. too easily deceived by tho pledge ef.honor! .
J ,The N:tvy BillatplishinK flogging in thNav,' beguiled by fa I so issue, and it will not. at all at night to attract the gaze.and draw within his He should\ have shot Ceruli., North having having then bern by the deprived Bills of her ri hu....'

,: and the Comnwrtfial: Marine Bill, were pa. eil,f' astonish us, ir the Mondays: vote should, be reach.hij trightcnd and bewildered game. When Cardenas for the p.lsteck has been but a property;" having app reCWIC.-d.he-opriaie4'ggeornmo .

::1.. as they passed: Iho Uou e. The Senate Bill, proclaimed: for SUBMISSJO! submission: not- the Southern Stnfes appeal to the constitution repetition of bloody scenes.' Four unfortunate "her just rights," of course Mr. Cab Jl oUa.

r't xteding the United Sates Laws over California withstanding; tho.Southern talk. I and fail!! back upon it for protection-the cryis Creoles, who. in the first flush victorv, imagined Mr. Toombs are tbenimje. of the, >7era-and
t' also passed. that the happy day deliverance "
t: was ; of Public Lands. I Union iJ in had merit, and are ready,
. The Register raised that the dangers: if thei one ould suppo. to
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amendments Ihe Lnd dawned for
, I The Senate l.o Bounty: L a single imprudence, have sufferFed ;
... duties responsibilities and importance Union distinct Ti01:2 ustrUeefor independence? Who> then is the dil-1 -
r' Bill rxcepling: 1 marluors, wcrq concuircd in by The was something and of a the most ignrniniousdeaththe; rile earrote. unionist, Mr. Cabell or
Major Beard
. I rl the. HUuie. : of this office. have been thoroughly explained i I higher character than that sacred instrumentI I Others are held in durance, igorant of their (ate Ttforifor.

L''. Ia thtf Senate, the House amendment so the to the people by the can idttes. It is not a and great charter of Liberty. If those who and subjected to all those refined cruelties for servant girl was requested by .
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Indian. ppropritiuQ"Uill; was .disagreed' ". political office, nor arc either of the candidates: I are for; vphufJing the constitution, arc to be regarded I which the sons ()Castile are so eminently dry,goods store and obtain bedeomforterr a1ndytogo.too .:

'.. All bills before( Cpmmitter*, not reported, are running on their distinguished. How long must this military for her. ..About an hour afivtwiirdsT '/
nominees of they Union follows t .
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'. Public attention is being attracted to the dai- I (lCHOACH. .1-I Q IX weeks after date Notice.shall apply to the Judge of I a.t'ru Judicial] Circuit' of the C1ice l!, Butter, &.-. ".

,Increasing Importance' of the untamed Indian I Ir It was said 4 unto' Mosc when he was allow Probates (or the Count, of St.. Jihns for letters State of St.Flordn Jolm, (Count ircull '.Court of S&c mok. U Dried'ougueil..Goshen Chte Bumr !:Crackers
tribes which infest 0- } : U: :f Fulton inarkct'/eef. Mackerel,
our boundaries I IIltip of
Pri- ed Administration the Estate cf JuHI
to behold the land of from the on : UDf"'s .
the annexation of the hew Territories of promise deed.Spt.. I .. IN CHANCERY.Ptter Choice flutter Lc,f Lard, Hams Bacon, Scotch
mount thus far,shall thoujro, and no farther. Ale, and Porter
Mexico and Oregon, the whole number of (Indians 1 How far the Union t 23.: 18 O. K. IJ. GIBBS. Benet, Administrator of)) lei, in qts anJ pu.Congresa Water Pick- ,
would men, as they style Preserve
within the Federal Ijtffts I the'Estate of F. P. Sanchez, Confectionary, Choice Green and
and dcpen- themselves and tlu-ir Journals ullow the North Notice. rIS deed. for the of Aahron Bill for Black 'rr:!. Java and Rio Coffee, Rabins. Citron. ft"t
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pent Upon the .bounty of the General Government encroach' upon us before they made any rerutahee HEREBY GIVEN that six: we.'k* afur date( I i .'rteluidt'r. Account Alinouda: Choice Principle Cigars Salt, Shot and t
C'omplainDot.lar.rh A
ling :**"ts,
,vras, says;Philadelphia Knning IMLrfjw 7 Mu person will pretend ;to deny :! apply to the Judge of Probite i>f St Johns Against and Distribution! of Powd-r, < ,

about fo,obo. Now, proceeds the ame tho l Intention of he great political hotlY tho :County for Letters Administration: on flie Estate: of G-orjre V;. McAllister, claiming the Estate of I'rter D, CARR. :
J I mahwibaye. many times that number, the North. The extinction of the institution of Mary R. Solana: late of said Couuiy dt-cJ. II i to le Executor of J osepbIitcbd Jdecd. I < Chooiier Jeremialr Leonard

in.loritytrlbes; of which are predatory in iheir slavery! is the inevitable object which has elf-I Augustine, Sept.: RAJ/OX 28th. 1850.HERNANDEZ. ; Lon-jwurthdeed..and others Z? New York now discharging, we, offer 9 days in addition front. 1

kG1ts&nd totally unqualified inhabit with gagcd their energies for years, and Ihfcir well- -_ --..- I Defendants': I' to recent arrival: a choice and well selected lot _

i iribcs, whoso progress in civiliza- directed planv have' not tailed to effect the ir 1, Tax Collector'* IVoticc.r j TIT appearing by AflUnrit in this Court that De- ofGroceriu, Provisions and Shelf goods usually: krpc
nantty has been so stead and flut- desires thus far. Noschemo has bcch in IlIIE Tax Assessor in our establishment
cLIat put undersigned and Collector .JL fendant, George W. McAllister, living at rll!l.I l. ,consiitingin part choice Butter
[weliarc border l lite, The Cam- motion without first being gardcd by a .shrou : JL fur the County of St. Johns will attend every j I f'resides beyond the limits of the State of Fldfida, vix., Leaf Lard: Crockery, Hams, Bacon, Mess Pork, Fulton !- ;
:lo.lI.the most blood-thirsty end ded policy which was cither calculated :o dc-day (Sundays excepted) at I h ofiire in the Court in the*State of Georgia. aI Market Beef dried beef Mackerel, Codfish!: ,: Herring -

. |ll the savage bands whicli; roamt croy public suspicions'.or carry' :out its object' Ifousetillihe 1st. day of October next for the pu-po!'c I It is therefore,on motion of Wm. A. Forward' So- ,Flour, 1-2 barrels for Family! u=e, Extra -cana.,

t. t, to be feared and put down, by *om6 false np arallce. \Vith':i slealthy of receiving the State and County Taxes for. the licitor Ordered that: publication he made in Flour, corn, Hay Oats,brand, Rio cotk', Tea Syr-

cgejIi1e; they number about 80,000 peace, but one which has shown its effect, the year ASSO. some Newfpaper printed in the Eastern Circuit I ups ;Molasses, crush Sugar N 0 ditto, Loaf and Lum.' ''I
1iiL including the tribes under the juri&dis- double dealing politicuus! of the North have All!! Per onl subject to the payment of Taxes are of 1>Florida for fou months successively, from this I Sugar, Rai&jns, Ahuoni, Dates, assorted Preserver.

ai ci Mexico, their acts hre generally tbe continued their course until th y'lu1'c at respectfully requested to settle withinthe time prescribed date/requiring sai4.George W. McAllister to pe! t!' cheese,dried Apples, V ermacili :Macaroni clboliycra's ?. '
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.>y law. answer,or-denwi t. said Bill the' will be : Tobacco, Kentucky Leaf, cerrons Cuba To-
,I1etMd .open to nunhhment. From returns length gained their desired position. The aspiring ,or same takcapro t
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<4.- the Deportment, tbe ques- boltionutsal has jain'e'd a .position } ,. ,J .. July: 15 : Bw' E. ; -
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... a4feftre7niae&t 'wiU. rear. from yrhbnee b'C'I.r,,- ufill. tnoliveswithbaldness. 1 ,4*d!iA -
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' 'brr.d .. to be a true Copy. .
; 'te with our barbarous brethren to Ldfely he has chosen thb, more ...' Porter, Ale. &c. "

- '','. aia tiw: little dreamed of at the moment for wise policy and acted under crfvcr, yet i in.concerted : Collectors Sale. [L..S.] Witness Court my th: Hand.'15th and the 1&0.Seal cf said PICES Chocolate, Rio Coffee.. Teas, Java. Cof- '. If'
their moral condition I. Mich that a change with the : July. l- fr*. AJein and .
; action great Whig partyV by pts qtaPorterin ptsami qts the
y virtue of the power vested in me by law I P. .B. DU IAS. ,
. for the better almost beyond'the pale of pos- wnfch he Hods hi$ objects more easily secured I thall expose for sale before -the Court Ileus : Clerk C. C. st: Johnt County. HeiJieick best English article,Congress Water iapta anJ qts. .

tibi1k. while their increasing depredations The most stricj Union man, when".?skedl' door in the city of St. Augusjne on tbe"first Monday __July20_ IEl50. \. Chattipasneqtaandpts.choicv: Principe Cit.gal's .,.
faojr necessary it Is fur early action. he thinks the South is in''danger iuconse'quence,I November r next the following describe property John vlnderson'i fine cut Tobacco A/yer's ) ,.
tf *- to avoid a second Scminole wnr of the the North has gained"over much thereof will the State otice. Hony Dcwr, CavenJish Champagne Cider in qts
: ,, ',. : ,pd vantages: or PO pay and County h.! IX months after date I shall and retail '
; accounts at ."
, ic 880,000,000, and the sacrifice her, tvfll, answer yes! then if theN is dan \ ax due thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary and vouchers as. Aduiinitsrfttrix present nlY of the pta. ,. by .... .a. ,ECARR.

. i l thousand lives. Our oW .Indians, ger fpm the advancing evil at the present expenses incident thereto viz:. One hundred acres of bate of William Gibbons, deceased to the Hon: I Choice Groceries '. ;

,. r1 few exceptions, had become tamed1d'jubmis1ve position of thu country's uflairs, what must I Iqnd more or less,situated on the South of JulingtonCre nJ' e bf Probate of Alaehua County for a final I RESII: ,Groceries, ProvbionaTPnow, Provision, &c \\ \

and we applied the unction! tour we expect in the course of n few years.: We k in the County of St Jons! belonging to.I sett'-.nonl ..f said Estate, and shall at the same time [ F from bri; Benjamin Carsur 15days discharging.from New

iearts that massacres and conthgrationsw5in cannot: be blind to tho ''nefarioti designs of Henry Hull!, a nonresident, purchased by the said app vTor Letters of Dismi' ion ps such Administration : York. We solicit the attention, of the Trade, ,. > /,

end; but after.foll&witig us, cosines Northern politicans. It.is difficult to distinguish llenryHull from James James of which all persons ioteres;td in Did Estatew vate families and others to the large and extensive pi

in" through tho subjoined cnuznera1jefiec1in i onein: their rank who wil| candidly I admit Unles the Taxes: and expenses are paid before the U take notice. Stock now being received and .fK-n-d to the Trade norishnl
of sale.
that but the original 1O,- that his feelings arc''pot against the insti. ay. \R. B. CANOVA, SherifTand, ex-off. ANN JOHNS, AJmintstratrix. .a packages, customary. terms at" Charleston
Iii.cIyized. and the acquired re3i.'d1Tetbd II tution of slavery; therefore what can we expect TaxsAssessor and Collectur ? Per T.J. PBIVATT: Ag'nt. prices.
with their habits their native i from the action when the feelings tare St. Johns Co. __ e nansy5llena.June 3J, 1850.Notice 200-bbls
April 27,1850. Flour assorted brands 25 do Pilot Bread
'tid, hostility to the whites, the reader r thus inspired-tho popular voice will impel'the \ _. 20 do assorted Crackers, 1500 bushel Corn. 75 bales

thut upon the very first occasion, partizan, let the tenor of tho movement: be Tare Collector's Sale. 5 h.reby given,that I shall six months after Jute Hay,75 bags Oats,:50;( ,do Era tl. 15 bbs! Mess-Pork

l\! I' Hive a reci' |itulaUou of those evils! only to For political peace the thing: is absurd. The J1ffi shall expose for PIle before the CourtHouse County, my accounts (for settlement and allowance) dried Beef, 15 bbls Lard 35 kegs do, 25 do Caner

be dreaded, trcm un untamed and savage en- enemy has gained his ground, -he has cast off door int. e'fity of St. Aujjustine on the first ,of.said Administrator of the Estate of Robert lick!h,bte I GcasTis Cheese, 30 boxes do, 3 half bbl pftrkled! !

: the mantle of disguise and openly shown: U3 Monday in November next.the following described county, deceased ;and further notice is given Tongues 12 bbl Stewart's Sugar, 10 do kild,dried ''do
.1IIY4WB1X 1XD troll TUE BORDEUS O? TEXAS. that his is tim overthro'yr (of our institutions. property, or so much thereof as will pay the State from that I shall at the same time ask frr a final fojcharge: 5 do pulverized do., 2 boxes Loaf do, 3 bhda N O

;i'Kaiaeof Tribe. No.of souls. Tot. Yet there are ,those among us who seem to discredit and County tax due thereoa for the year 18"!3. and my AJjiinistratoMhip of sail Estate do, 10 boxfs B II do, 10 barrels Molassesci, IS

4gi Ckti 20,000' the mpst p'ositiye'i ence which threatens the necessary expenses incident thrp-to, viz: ; Eight JAMES A. MICKLER. sacks Rio Coff' e, 5 hlf chests Black Te:', 20 boxt-.H ; ,

.Jost I OO : our decline in. the scale uf political equal hundred acrsx of land supposed, to belong to Uti.rt St. Augustine,June la, 1850. Cm. .Starch, 40 kegs NaiLs, 3 bjs Pepper 40 bags !shot. ..

500 I il'l' TowlanJ, a !' situated in the county ofSt., 5 kegs Powder. 200 bars: Lead 25 bbls Putty..15 ...1.
Johns, State of FloriJa, being the same, piece of Notice. boxes assorted Glass, 2 bbls Louisiana Oil, 2 do:'l'ur-
'With of the and the
the
: evidence 'past present and A PPLICATION will be made to ihe ,
Suesocistei that was allotted to Mary M. Dcnhani ns her nest session .30 kegs white Lt"ad,2 bbls whiting, 15'can
t .. .' 1,400 und n natural presumption' the future, !' share of her father's Estate at New Switzerlandand {m ol the Legislature! for an act of incorporation Verdigris, 5 bbls Coal Tar 10 baskets Chsmpagne

al' let us ask the friends of Rcconcliatiun and U- bounded on the West<< by, the River St. Johns si'asu- for the East Florida Fire, Lift and Marine Mutual Wine:10 cast .Cordials, 10 baskets Champagne: ; Cider -

J.; .,', '.: 300 : nion, (tcflt/W) how f..r the truckling, bargiin- ring thereon in front 18 chains and 30 links, on the Insurance Compvjy. to be located' at St. Augnstinc: 5 bbls Mackerel. 2 bqxr Codfish, 20 do

.... .. big ar.d compromising away ihS honest rights North by lands of Louisa Fatio on the East by vacant without,banking privileges. Herring, 25 sacks ::Salt 30 do table Salt, 2()

: 'j associates. 1,000. : of the South Jl1ut;oxten.l, before they deeirj it.. lands, and on the South by lands formerly owned Sept. 3. 1850.. tsTi\1I0W'Candlc, : '10 do Sperm do, 5 dcy

uot d necessary to make ,any show of' rcsistcncc ? by Eleonora Colt. } Notice. Adamantine: 30 do extra Soap, 25 do f miIv -

"rTmb1i1ns- ....r C50( There u n scale conditions which most certainly -, Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before,the dayefenle. A 11 persons having any claims or demand do, 2 tierces Oil, 40$ boxes Itahens, 3 bbls.!

DW an } associates 650 we should attach lo this sliding scale of ain$ tEc estate of IIE'tltKLO I:, late of St. Almons, 1 bag Ginger bdl Hops 5 baskets!

'8hawnee.. Sci'c4 concessions whidllhe 'rt'or'h is conditioning R. B. C-\NOVA. StseritTRn4ex.ft Julius, dcceasfd,as creditors,heirs,legatees,or otherwise Sweet Oil, 12 do Mustard, bbl Hose Cordial

:ks .11 60 frum the tfoulh. The ulnmale, object is un- April Tax 27 1850.:Assessor and Collector St. JohriJ I are hereby notified to present them, to die sub 2} pipes L'randy, 1 do Gin, 5 quart casks Wine
ChcrokeesEnquutop 25 unmislakeable and must calmljr .ubn.i. to l'criberwithin two from the date hercofor
,; ; we | years they 21 dp Brooms, 6 nests :Tub, 40 reams wrapping
.. 2,000 the measures uf those factions who will be forever barred. And indebted .
urc{ eagerly PEOBATE '' persons to the paper, 10 BChockolatc, 5 boxes assorted -
yj bands it? Where is:the OffiCE St. Johs County, \ state are required to make weuiate
l"Slirncbo 't seeking to coniumate : approach payment Preserve. hlids LcafTobacco, 15 boxes assorted -
17th September, 1850. (
;,, .: ". 5kelcros:; 4 ,1,500 or the gracta on the, stulu.whc. Vi'o S F. W. SAXS., T .nSL.us GLI SJlt: and K. R. 13, lE50. F. BRIDIER Administrator.Sept. Brands: do. 10 do Pipes, 3 do vials Snuff .\,

'j :'i ** ,- '- -, must arouse and nPl'ly the remedy to the evil DOCK: Palatka, having been named and recommended 15 coils assorted Rope, cask pint Po fer, 5 t''
( .
-b4 ':'.,.29,,,,75-29 575 WilMhc friends oU reconciliation point it out to me, by the Clerk of Putnam county, as tJo1fce is hereby given that six. months after do\Scotch Ale, 5 do Monongahola Whiskey
L'I date
,1: '; to us ? suitable persons to be appointed Inspectors at Palatka we will present: to the Judge of Probateof 5 cases Pickles,2 do Olives,'i do assorted Catsups ', tI'
St. Johns
4/Nkw MEXICO.:... We have diligently endeavored, ascertain .-ffrecinct of the election appointed 1 to be held County, for settlement and allowance ,2 do Sardines, 3 bbls White Beans, 2 J>bls
Executor's of the
our accounts Last
E Na"I jous. 5,0001'ucWt. the medium of their concessions and the extent there on the first Monday in October next, and as Testament of as ( Will and assorted Corks, 3 hlf bbjs Pickles, Bricks,
.'i-** *. **..* 8,000 of latitude which their generous impulses individuals whose appointment will be acceptable Guardian Mary Reyes deceasedand as Testamentary Laths, White Pine Lumber'cllov do. Lime,

k I t"ra ..'t"1"r.' :M.1; ,.," 3.oo .. would>- ubraU to Northern encroachments before to the !voters' of that PJ'ec3ct : 4thceiLa ai4, J-W! ; i i .1_. i.._f_ n.._ -.i +oilier'--J.--children, _and further.... .. ,notice.ppir I._.1... .11...e'0- ..
. .: .... ." ..., ',. o'''!;. ;, .." 5g ,- it became"cxpe'dichr to rcsist"Wlthouibcin. Ommfmar it. 'Jt;'vtntt, are Hereby appointed (mconnexion to the said Judge, for our final discharge; as such Ex The above are noV in storg nnd
\: with Stanislaus" Glinski heretofore purchased
'- .. conclusion. Can it beth ap ecutor's and Guardians.FOUSTISO .
.1330013300 nb'.o! to come to :any
pointed) Inspector's of said Election, and it at low rates and with much care
*< Union is in having: Tau Exec and 'rest.r Guardian. as per ship
the inherent
:... !> *. t. t their! love for so i ) ment warrants. Tie
beenigxiified to me that the convenience of the cit.izfni several Invoices
arc
SALT WEE REGION ihrir ffflinjf that they would sacrifice: their BIKTOLO OuartEES Exec: nnd ry Guardian now
,p in! the vicinty of Lalce George will be greatly being opened at retaj.June22 .
I U : *: sir it like the faithful dog that By G. N. Pirv, Agent.St. .
cxistance ,
Shn.be-koca I promoted by the oflnypectors fur ; : ,
appointment said
,. flsO :iutcl 6,000 : Augustine:;: April 6 1850. I E.E C.\RR.
master's ,: until he
'tt4tU..sbo-l1ll" watched over his grave : Election! to be held at the house WILLIAM WILKIE

.T Utohs"H V-- 12.000 'starved himself, death ? We: ask tjivii, with at1 Lake George Precinct.It > Notice.Sis I Ordinauceto prohibit; the firing of Gun

Other 'band S '- 500aS tho spirit of complacency, If the Smith has 'a ordered that an election hhe'd on lh? first i Month! ? after date I bhall present my account Ail other hrcanns, *
'. "' .... _ lost her political equality lfhu '|ha4 been Monday ia October next, at the, house of ;\\'ILuurWLI and vouchers as Administratrix of the estate of combustible :and InfiainaMe Inst.jnient9 and lVate-
... U.',' -. ,"-- J8,500-18 500 Yorccd to yield even foot of her' nejur territory :,& at Lake Georg Precinct for one member Charles W. :\Ic\ain: ,,Iect"ftsed to th:: Judge of Pro- rial witlr.n the limits of the city of St. Augtist':
. to the pour o'f' Northcni i influence? Is of the House Representatives the General Assembly -I bate of Alaehua! County for a final: settlement of said Sec. 1. He it ordained Iy the MiorandA- '

: lIUUOTA TEKBITOYV.jiTeyennte she in danger? If she is, th n.lt is the duty of of the State of Florida,and WILLIAH WILKIE, estate and shall at the same time apply for letters of I men of the city of St Augustine in CO'ncil..fllt"' -

S :: a 40,000 every Southerner to calmly deliberate upon FREDERICK WILKIE and JA3CES C. Gun are hereby<< dismi.-sion as such Administratrix of which all persons bled. That from and after the passage of hia i Ordia-
ou1
-6,3 0 the remedy. Weigh well the circumstancespro appointed Inspectors of said Elec'aonn at sail Pre interested in said estate will take notice. aance, it shall not be lawful for any pers or pel
nnd let the substantial cinct. MARY :McMAIN.tdminibtratrix.: SOBS, to discharge! or fire.ff,any pun or gum,,,. gj,-
: ,500- :
and us
eon, apply
,Winm -
bagocs \ into the it Given under my hand at the city of St. Augustine ./ cr fire arms! witiin\ .the Chartered Limits of 555 >)(_.
Oiibcwasor Chippewas .-'- .000 remedy, without going, extremes the 17th day of September 1850. June\ in. 1850.PKOCLA.II.VTIO.V! and! any'person or persons! violating tho proving pY

ttqhalfbrued( ) IO.OOJ they can avoided. G. HUMPHREYS Judge Probate, s.j.c.' Ordidance shall be subjected to a tins of FJ,,
lttnttmCnil"1 '; 2, J() We now, in concli.r: n. ask again: -Will the dollarsTO be rcco\mdbefore the Mayor. *-.

A t11tJoil\t 7,000 fricuds of Union and Reconciliation define is hereby given that an Election will Jjy the Gmernor fifths State If Florida.WHEREAS" Ser 2. Ht farther ordained iy the authority a-
-. .., their head-land? 1)111) they gin us the //jus NOTICE oft the first Alonday ia October' next,at it is required by law thlt:1n elec l forvsaid. That if any: person or persona' shall within

..f..-} "- 70,300-76 3000. far ami iso /urr'Mino Uf their political reis- the several Precincts in the County of St. Johns for in this; tftatr; on the fiutIonJiy the said chartered limit, fire, discharge or let off any

".s t, 'tcnce,-Salonnah Qtorglan. one Representative to Congress, a Register of Public in October next for a Register of Public Lands.to hold squibs, cracker,or other combustible: or inflamab p '
and until his shall be elected
"oiii1ii tribe,in t5lc lJStatcs: 150,000-150 000 Lands and for one Member of the House of Representatives Tour years successor and matters, such person or persons shall! he subject to a
-I ,1 V BAUNUM TAKEN IN. of the General Assembly of the"\State of r I qualified. tine of Five Dollars to be recovered before the Mayor

,1 V ; > OfticOX TCSKITOKY.Uaicawa The Bridgeport (Connecticut) Farmer, ,of the -".!orid8._n__._ It it therefore orere. ,.That ,the, said_eltclOn.be! SEB- 3. Be.it, further ordained by the authority
? .,". 1,000 37th nil. (the place residence of Barnum, the ,Auguttine Precinct'-At the Court House. held for throughout tbe btateon: law the said first Monday aforetaid Tl.at if any Minor shall violate the provisions -
according
"*- a '. curiousity man,) rdlates the following. Inspectors, Jacob Mickler James M. Gould,Roque in October next, tc of this Or.llnance.ihe; Fines herein irnposc'l rhall
Noostlaluins -p : 1,485 great Given under my hand and the Great Seal
5 519Homaaishs MAn ingenious Swede,In'Now York; being in Leonardy. S oldie State of,Florida the Capitolseal be recovered of the parent or guardian of raid minor.
at
Soquamishs Ficolata Precinct-at the House of James Riz. Sec. 4. De it further ordained. That if shave
any
want of funds; resolved to try an experimenton [ ] in Tallahassee, this of
15th July
WO day
and.associates Inspectors, James Riz Samuel An-y,George Coolee. shall violate the provisions of this Ordinance, the
Barnum. 'JJe accordingly exiled upon him, A. D. 1850, THOMAS ROWN.
200tqusHyamhhs
Tuanobs S S Matanza PTtcintl.1 the House of Abraham fines herein imposed shall be recovered of'the masteror
.. 650 nt his ofllce, one morning last week, and ex- Governor of Florida. .
.
.: ;' Dupont. Inspectors Abraham Dupont Francis Pel- xisircf or persons having charge (f such Slave.
.
81ncnemiah" ...; .4.. 'OII333. hibitcdan apparently fine and well finished licer James Pellicer. By the Gv.{ernor-Attest: 6tc. 5. De further ordained That it shall be
ji |
I 'WnoqualimishsKkailcts' S8kyscharnhhs ; t8. littl painting, on board of the renowned' Jen- i Duena Vista rrecinet-at the house Francis L. C.'VrDOWNIKG. lawful for any person to make complaints of any violation -

: '. z5o n)' land, slating at the same time .in badly I I Dancy. Inspectors F. .L. Dancy, John B- Ferreira \ Secretary of State. of this Ordinance,and that it shall be the fpcial -

,:t-: '. :,oa ;! spoken English that he was just fron Stockholm Matthew Solana, 2d. Tallahassee July 1C, 1850. duty of the City Marshal to do so, whoshalli

? "".- .. -' .- ..,.04 where he obtained the picture, which ho Given uuder my hand: at the city of St. Augustine' UTAH: papers in the State publish until dl1Y'of elec- such caes Le a competent witnessSrc. -

t>toutlumm2e t.litom1r.hs$ :24 brought with him, as a* sort of keepsake, in the Cih, ,day September, 185<). ion'I _ C. De it further ordained, That nothing! -
-' > i honor of his distinguished countrywoman! ; but G. IIUMi'I1REYJudgc: Probate IWcRobert Baker, ". herein Contained shall be so construed as to prevent .

: '6,3 17-6317 i being in want of means,\he had concluded to St. Johns County. ATTORNEY
part with the p.cciou* article, and presuming, AT LAW.JACSONYILLI I River, and the United tae troops .r Militia -
:, -. I Mr. Burnum would feel desirous of obtaining mOTICE is: hereby given' that an election will be E. FLA.WitL I of the Territory froni firing their arms while in the!
i 293! 992 ,
"Grand'C"rcgatu ire he had determined to make him the first of: 1' be held on the first Monday in October next at practice in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit, discharge of their military duties,and that wheneverin

I *. The 'kub-
- in the above with the principal: tribes, asia ing 7 and being answered in the affirmative nam county. formerly belonging to the county of St. and Hillsborough counties of the Southern Circuit,in apy gun or fire arms by any person shall be considered '
JOhUI, for one member of the House of Representatives necessarythe foregoing penalty shall not bo
of thoSioux which !hive he eagerly asked the price tow, 'iclithc'niod ,, the Supreme Court at Tallahassee and the United .
separate
the case ( of the General:Assembly.of the State of Flor State Distrrct Court for the Northern District of incurred. "
l ledges, and,arc called hy dilfrrrent! names. est Swede replied, 'Only twentfive dollars. ida. *. Florida and will claims again the United Sir. 7. Be further ord, nrd. That all Ordinances
The was counted out, and the ndvcntur-I I ; prosecute heretofore the
prohibiting firing.1
money Palatka Precinct.-At the Court House.-Inspectors passed
Deducting original 150< ,000 from 293,993, er, quickly pocketing{ it, went his Stanislaus Glinski, Louis II. Rossignoll, I. States before Conrcsuod; the Departments at Wash Cuns: Pistols, Squibs, Crackers nod other ccmbasti-

and we hav., 141,)92 who arc quite as barba Barnum congratulated himself upon his good I I Robert Dardis. ington. located'at Jnekscnville" for life, he will give; ble and inflammable! instruments and materials with

rous.Afjbejrj,era 'three humlrrd 'ear.Ago, luck in obtaining a Cue original' picture of the I I At the house of George Carter,West sie of River j his Being entire and unremitting attention to his profession:,. certain limits ef the City of St. AugnttifeC, be, and .

,5- and prone to-C the same.cruelties. Add to the t fiunous Jenny inoil, and forthwith went to an :I St. JobDt-this precinct, substituted for Magnolia I I and all business entrusted to his care shall meet with are. hereby repealed. orprll Jg43 4". -..
frame. Passed the (Tenth day
establishment near by, to put it Into a j i precinct. t attention.St. .
142,999 oo.4hird of our own Indian*, and we Finding one that suited his fancy, (the price of1 Inspectors, Nathan Norton .GiJeon Yelrengstine: : prompt. Augustine, Angast 31. 1850. ABRAHAM DUPONT: .J/ajor.
I
'i ; Attest, P. B. Dems, Clerk .f the Council. ,
.have 200,000 5flEl'stQCOflteflJ with upon our which wo fifteen dollers he proceeded to give and Joshua Sykes. ------- iTo
_. frontiers nol 'including ihostt or the Californi- directions concerning it. r.'Uut saidt\ o man, 1! Given under m)hand at the Citv of St. Augustine, NOTICE 1 A tr. copy CH AS. HAAClER: ,, ", .
',asv,which way soon give rise to the utmost don't want so expensive a frame/or, that the 21u day of August' 1850. i iI Claimant of Bounty Lands.THE Clerk of the Coun iL
wachfulnese upon tho part ofth" Government you Barnum withI I I HUMPHREYS ,Judge of Probate. UNDERSIGNED proposes to obtain i I : ..
. ,
Why not, responded I II
thin
claimants who
\%. St. Johns County. fur lands for all : Chaucery Sale.
% to keepja.chcck.Thfl look of surprise. 'It is the only oil painting of j i I will be entitled thereto, tindxr the _Act; now before JTTnder and by vritue of a decree of the Court of

abcvVtrturn' are 'interesting in a statts. Jenny in tho country. I Just purchased it of FEOBATK OFFICE ST. Jon!(s COCSTT, ) Congress wlnn the same shall have pass- ILJ Chancery holdea and for the County of Se.

tical point oryicw: fin nothing else. But we n Swede, direct from Stockholm for twenty-j t 13th March, 1U50. $SJ cd :and become a law, for tho moderate sun. of. John FloriJa made on the 22 day of July lastia the

would, wiiVflue deference to the powers that five dollars, and design to have it hung inn .J Notice. FIVE DOLLARS fur each Warrant when ob case wherein Jojepha Cue,Admin :Stt:1trix of the Estate 1

be,simply ask, why the solicitude of the Gov. con
erBiatnt, and Ifce) organs favorable to its ad- dollars J' exclaimed the salesman. :'Why its I E who have failed to file in this office the annual The object of this notice is to give to claimants Carr. and others Creditors of raid Estate are drfea- ,

mll1l.i.tratloDlhouM be, so suddenly bestowed nothing: more nor I less,Jhau an old lithograph, accounts required by the Statute ; are herrby notified :: opportunity procuring warrant at t tants! and tome directed, shall special Master
t The in water colors. the presented without further I II an expo<:c to sale in the mode mainer and extent as
on this subject accounts recently recerered pasted a. board, painted that unless same are I least : rxnensc. pro.
the frontiers of them fur delay,the proiaioDsof the law, a'giinrt the possible I vi-Jrd! in said decree, before the Court House in the '
from regarding the Indian You cnn buy any quantity twenty unnecessary wishing t t." *ecure the services of the ,
Those
The defaulters in sucii matters, will be rigidly enforced. I I I ICily of.:St.:: Augustine; ,on Monday the 7th day of Oc
than nnd
, tribes, are not worse usual. But fh'c cents ? shouted Barnum, sloped. undersigned, will call at hit office, or ndtlrcss between
G. IPJIR&YS.Judie of Probate. t r next the hours of 10 and 2 of that day.
I .
the Federal. added 10 the t
Government fear has been
not perhaps painting as purchased and attention will tic
may him letter, prompt rear
by following Estate of the
I Francis
I' March,16, I Ii t assets Estate( -
.. tribes be) Inducedto Museum. 1 J
1 >, lhatsom4fthcs might other curiousities of the / given to their claims. Cue.deed situate lyiaz and being fa ibeCItj- of 1
side with Texas, should any attempt be made I i .J're.b Supplies. i 1'HILIP FRASER. St. Augustine In raid County o! St. Johns.'to wiu '
brat to deprive her of her legitimate rights. I ; Ifotlcc. /; 4 BRIG Cossoutb, bow discharging at Picolata a I Attorney ut Law. 'A House and lot corner of C harlot te.Roepitalaai,] '
.. r and other "havin* lot of supplies which are offered to the .
Heiri. Legatee person Jacksonville.. E. Fla., July 15th. 1850. BriJ'e Streets. ,, : /
Singulvr Suicifc--The NaioauN.) Gazette>> ALL aga.ast the Estate of.Andre* C: pI Trade in original Packages or at retail. I r A Lot of ground corner of George and Parser -

_,,"tba, a man from Lifchfield came to that I ella, ,decen $d. late of ,St.Johns COU.p(/. are hejeby>> 30 firkins Goshen Butter, 10 barrels LarJ, 1 crate -Irish and Scotch Whit key. Street an J four lots of ground Noa. 9-11-13 15 tt"suis ; "4
,tovn;,purchased a'66fSn took it back to Ltichfi notified to. present the MOW within the.time eprMcn- Onioas.5,bbls Applef5 boxes Chc fe"IS do Candy, G:;SCOTCH ALE,Cider,Porter in Piuu and Quart S": : P tlInI.. I'

; "_.i .'ll, put his"C'Offto.'tnth If got. into _himself I(,] U. y lawfr tie 1 will btba.rr. d. ,j Crackers, dried Beef hams: FrMf, I ruits,Raisins Madeira; Sherry: and Port Wines, Champagne RAPHAEL B. CANOVA
,. I
L' IJETEll CAPELLA, Almonds, citrons, CUmin, with other articles Brandy,Holland Gin. Mouongohda Whiskey'ascortel .. Sheriff '
Joot laudanum waked up the next morning and < b of St. Johns County a ndSpeI .'
I I I stock in ftor', Win Li'ltlor3Cutliab.! &c., for sale bv .
. himself 'I. AJminilratorSt completins: our now 3. cia Matter ia Cbaacerr
found hlmsclfnlivegOt! up nnoyiung ; .
\, That man was14born to be Austin: i-VptomVr 2ht, 1850 8t: I ?ept.2la! t.flc. I I.Fb9. n. E. CA I 53rd. Atignst. 1850. f i.t:,>





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" ': r Iltisineis Directory. ./ : OP COURT: EASTERN CIRCUIT Florida Land Agency.SI THE MAGNOLIA. Butter, Ac. .

I[ HOTELS. I FLORIDA. 'i HE undersigned a* Agent forthe respective eiutlishinent the. roost desirably Smoked Tuagmdoiltea"Che's !BunfrTrs7ter,..

!' snrJClo TZVI. proprietor offers for sale on exceedingly reason- .Tn of any in the Citr,,having A promi- Beef;FuUon market Beef.Mackerel,
r.. I Mz"lI" Jhtel. Ou St. (;eQl f-tr-rt.nouh; of. -' r the Counties of Orange and St. Lucie at Melon ,the following lands among whicaare, some .: of 175 feet facing.utb, an< |a street Choice Gutter, Let Lard. Hams, Zncois. Scotdi
1' ,4 IK J PuVUe Square! and one dour north of j;the Methwuit lml: the third Tuesday in April. of.th. mOlt valuable Cotton Sugar and Tobacco running parrallel 1 with the RjVcr and Ocean const Ale, and Porter in qts and pts. onjres* Water,Pkkles. -

. ; I ,' Church.'I. For the county Putnam, at Pilatka second Tuesday landin' the State. qiently not.exposed to the North Least winds, has Preserves. Confectionary, Choice Qreea and
'J 4 Florida Blouse. On Treasury Lane, Norlh of 1 in April. IN TilE ARREDONDO GRANT. tma last season undergone thuroulbrepain. and now 'Black Tea. Java "and Rio Co&,, Raisins Citron.

r \ .: Jbe Public !Square. Forth< City Hotel. Qn Charlotte! and. Street a few ALICHUA
Bay
I built .of wood and perfectly exempt from damp Powder. 4. n
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4 /Joors e'outh East PybJi April. T 9. R 18 Sections 11.14.15.22,23,24,20.27. -<; 1..
; .. 0(1W Square. ; neaa-of itself will rece-mmtnd it to Invalid and B.Eo CAKLa
. PlaAtert Hotel. On Charlotte Street: and Treasury For the Counties of Alachaa and Levy, at N *- In 9." 19 j." 2,3.8,10.11,12,13,14.22. other The sustains
.t; F Lane, north ef the Public Square,-(not open) nan.ville, fir .5
-.'I For the County of Columbia, at Alligator on the .. 69. from its numerous guest, it will be the present proprietress New Yerknow discharging F* offer in sddti >.

: ,BOARDING HOUSES. .second Monday of Hay. In 9," 30 ; It 19'. 22,26, 27, 28,29,30, 32, aim Mu. DAvis to sustain. The til *is 'n to recent arrivals a choke and well selected' lot
\ ,j I : For the county Nawau, at Nassau C. H., on the 33,34.In supplied with' the choicest Game, Oyster and Pith ofGroceries.Provision and Shelf good usually kept
Mrs. M. Keid. 00, Charlotte Street near the Vednesdaybefose the fourth Monday in May. >'9" 2l.I; ? 15.19.20,21.22,23,29J30: which our Forests and Water* abound,and no Pun* in pur establishment: ,conaistingia part choke Butter
{Jarracks.Mies .
L For the county of Duval at Jacksonville! en the 32.33.34 will be spared t. make the visitors of this, House Leaf Lard.Crockery, Hams Bacon, Mess Pork,Fulton
I Fiitio. On St. George Street, a few,doora fourth of 23'lOll'l5,22,23 26 pleased ndsatified. Market Beef dried beef.JUackereVCodnsa. JJ .
Monday May. ,In 10" 18 ; 27, <,
of ,
-i t \ South the Court Howe and Public Square. For the .County St.John's, at St. Augustine ,, 34.35,36. 'I Very Respectfully. ring flour I.2 barrel% for Family ,s.tztra csaai

t'Ll i G. N. Pap .- On Bay street, corner of' Bay and on the second !onday in,\June.: In" 10.". 19 ; '7817192030.. I. THE PROPRIETRESS.St. Flour corn,Hay Oats,brand. Rio eo&rTtas. HTT-
Garden L&ne. ; Angnati, Jan. 1,1850. I. Molasses crush N Oditto nfaad
I FALL TEllf 10"101620 ; 13, 14, 16,29,29. ups Sugar, !*a*

; : the and St LucW'tues4ay In"10"21 ; +. ,1,2.3,4,5,6,7.8.9.10.11, L CitY of tVAugsstle.\ Sugar Raisin Almons, Dates sSbbtti*Trasenee.
i DOCTORS. For counties Orange
L 12.13. 14,15, Id,22,26, 31. is hereby given that the City Council of cheese,dn.&, Apples; Vermaeilfc. Maearoai. eJprs.
Diet. F. Weedon. OlEc his Dwsllia House before the'firsi Monday of November. NOTICE
at g In" 10-" 22 ; 6. IS, J9. of St. Augustine,will apply for amendment Myers's Tobacco. Kentucky Leaf eerrons.CUb To-
r pn Bridge St ,rt. For the county Putnam, at Pilatka, the second In" 11" 18 ; 24. & *to the act incorporating City, at lbs next bacco nicls. BOW bZ: opened and warronted.JilylS .

) '"2? cr. John E. Peck. Office on St. George Street, Tuesday before the first Monday, of November. 1*" 11" 19 ; 1.2.9.11.13. 14,16 17, 18 meeting of the General Assembly of Florida. : B.. E. CAi&.
r For the ef St. John's, on the first Monday .
t r : n f.w door North .of the Court House.I county I 212330. By order of the Council. -
j _____ 'inNovember. .Porter, Ale. Ae. .
1-2 of25 .
7,18.20.23.24.E
Ia"llf'20 ; MATHEW SOLANA, Ma1er.Jan. "
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For the county of Nassau Tharsdsy before th* -- -- FICES. Chjeblate.Bio Coffi* Teas
r DRUGGISTS ,Jw'lee 'o.t-
27,23,33; ; MJ-2ff ;j b. 28ti 1350. __ : ,
1
;' S C.Zylstra. Chemist i and l>rngges<,- North East third Monday November. ". ID"ll-21., 4' 1, 2 :10, ?Jtn3.14.15. .' Aic ptsand ts.Poruria pttaa ,'II..* .,
; .. th* Public Square, opposite the middle basin. For the county of Duval, oa the. third' Monday of ) 19.2O21,2fl283U,33, 'T Collectors Sale. best Cn:liah. artkle.Congrtw Water fa pta and qts
I z .
: : November. t 35 36 >nx.v ', virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Heidseick'Cbampsgaeqtssndpts.choke PriacfpcCU

r j j i tAWYKRS.E. ; For the county of Marion on the first Monday in iii 11 ';.22 ; % /7- 19,30,31 B shall expoce for sale before the Court House gars, John :Anderson's fine cut Tobacco, Mjtft

B. Gould. Counsellor at Law-office on Ar. l>ee D1ber. door in the city of St. Augnsdne on the first Monday Honey Dew Cavendish Champagne Cider ht qts

,, i; .' jllery Lane. For the counties of Alachua and Levy, on the second '& ARREDONDO GRANT. I November next the following described property, and pu,at retail,by B. E. CARR.Choice .
William Forward. Attorney at Law and So- Monday in December. MAEIOX. COVHIT. or 90 much thereof will pay'..the State and Coutiy ---
I Jiritor in Ctancerr-roffice on the ground .floor ot 'For the county of Columbia, en the third Mondayin In" 12"18. ; If .3-l0,11.J2.1415 ;r taX due thereon for the year 1849 and the nrce3an'expenses < Groceries, Protlslpas, dkoI7lRE3H

i It.! the South \YjacoJtlte: Court. House. December. ,-/ In"12" 19 ; II 2. C. 11. 12. 15, J6. 18.,... 19,I ( incident thereto vix: On. 'hundred acres of. Groceries, Proviatons, now;diachajjipf%
t' George K. Fairbanks Attorney and Counsellor tf The U.S.. District Court, at St Augustine on ths 2021222324. land more.or less,situated on the South of Julingtorv. xi. from brig Benjamin Carsnr. f5days& aa New

Law: -office! In. the Ceurt House. fir.it Monday in April. .. In 12'. 20 ; E 34'of 1. 3. 5.6. 7.9, 10, Creek In the County of St. Jon belonging to York.We solicit the attention of the Trade, pt"
tT- -i fimilies and others, to the large and
,' j''t. 11141617182224. the said vate extensive
Henry Hull a nonresident, purchased by :
I-l ) ;.;PUBtlP OFFICES. Valuable Plantations, Wild Lands In" 12 26 ; M 1.' 2, 3, 4. (6', 12,. 13,, 15, Henry Hull from Jarae*James. Sto k now being received and ffered to the Trad.a
\ Ac. in East Florida. 21.22.23.24. ori jl.l package: customary term* at Charleston
Post Office; V* C,Zylstra Post Master on the corner undersigned Agent for the respective Unless the Taxes and expenses are paid before the N *
as pro n 12 22 ; hi! C 7, 1819. prices. C t' ,.. -
; of Street and PubUa North of Marks The ( ay of sale. .
Bay Square, offers for sal the following lands to
'EO.
R. FAIRBANKS. ,
I R. B. CANOVA. Sheriff and ex-o.T. SOObbla Floor snorted brands 25 do P3at Bread
I
f \ t buildipg; That well known and extremely valuable Plantation '
: Surveyor Generate Office. B. A. Putnam Sureyor wit : celled the Bulow l'lanutioD'at the head of St. Augustine F.b. 1C. 1850. Tax ASSCSSST and Collector, St. Johns Co. 20 do assorted Cmcke 1500 boshehi Cora, 75 balsa)

'' General on Hospital Streetcorner of Artillery Halifax River formerly occupied and planted by the WHOLESALE AF4DR1TAIL' _.:April;, 1850. Hsy.75bagsOau.50doBraad.' 15 bbla flaPork.

Lane and HO'litaI8trect. late John J. Bnlow with a force of 300 hand, suitablefor \ E. cinii.BY : 2-bhds. -Shoulders.- -- .do. Bacon. ..- 1 do. llama-_ .. lucre-
LUtlIOl-e,. Doet. William H. Simmons,Registerof both Sugar and Cotton and advantageously RECENT1 n\ Tax Collector Sale.By dried beet id oots iiira 33: kegs GO. z d* Bantr.6cssks .
\ ARRIVALS! subscriber has virtue of the Tested in me by h w. I Cheese 30" boxes do 3 half bbls kit
; Public Landl-Oftice in the Court House. ted navigable water It lies upon ,the eosst'about power r> \ TA.,. T. vs4ell. .Receiver office "in Court forty on miles south ef$i.Augustine and contains about4000acres. customary supply of Groceries bhelf; Goods shall expose for.salt before the Court Tongues 12 bbU Stewart's SJ *r.IO, da :kiU/dried!
t Bouse. &c. usually kept at his well known establishment.The .- House door in the tit, of St. Augustine: on the first '5 do pulverized do.. 2 boxes J.aqAI<< f d$. 3 bad N 0-
attention Prhate families and the Trade is solicited in November nextthe described B H do. 10 'barrels: Melasam
in Monday following boxes
1 Alierei. Keeoer Soanlsh Archives office iho115&ndaeres jhe last described do, 10 IS-
Jlat: Court Roue Also*! two. ,. w* It. '*.adjoining__* S_ nLL _____. i to our extensive assortment. Articles enumerated property, or so much thereof as will pay the State sacks Rio Coffee. 5 hIt chests Black Te, 20 bastsStarca '
; me reiucier urani in
unanam.WIlInp.
t.: j hi,. of Prelate. (O. HU lpbrtJ'.Judge) office lands,Also Deing, the Spruce Creek Plantation, containg S99 below .below can be had in original package and County tax due thereon for the year IB. S. and 40 keg Nails 3 bv Pepper 40 'bap tho:.
retail.'S.Young
and at the incident thereto vii: Eight: Powder. 200 bars Lead, 25 bM
s Putty.IS
necessary expeus kegs
in the Court Ho.\M. acre tuitabl* for Sugar. culture and near to navigation -
t. i PtsrB. Dumas. Clerk Circuit Court office in about 70 mile couth of St. Augustine, near Hyson' Old Hyson, Gunpowder. hundred acres of land supported to !belong to KcC.rt ,boxes assorted Glass, 2 bbls Louisiana Oil*, 2 to 'fur-
h* Court House. \ Imperial,Twankay fouchong. Souchong.COFFEE. Towland a nonl'efldent..itu.ted in the county of St. pentic 30 kep white Lead.2.bbt whiiin. $. 15 esasVenlijrU.

.' Rafael B. Canota. Sheriff and Tax Collector of-, 'New&wyrna.Alsoi the Mount: Oswald PUa'tation\ on Halifax .-Chocolate Java Green Ground do. Mocha do. Johns State of Florida being the same' pit'ce_ Of 5 bbls Coal Tar 10,baskets C;hrnrpapi
do. Cocoa and Cocoa Paste.
,
nin the Court House River about 50 miles south ofSt. Augustine near the ,Cub3 White tented Brown and Ver- land that was allotted to Mary :M. Dunnm as her Wine.. 10_ .case. Cordials. ., 10_ baskets** Chsmpfirae. .! Ci.-
? SOAP.-Shaving and %*r L ** a** *
Cellector of Customs James R. Sanchez office coast formerly planted in Sugar by the late Geo..Anderson share of her Cither's Estate at New Switzerland der a bDZs wacKerei. a poxc, i;nu4n-udo

.. .In his Dwelling Ube on Bay Street. and now the property of Joseph Lauton containing iegatcd do.SPICES. bojimled on the West by the River St. Joinsin! "pu- Herrings 25: sacks Salt, 30 do table! 8il Jii
Inspector'of Customs. Ora Howard office in 1900( acres. Ginger Race ; do Ground ; black pepper -. ring thereon in front 18 clitics and 30 links on the; boxes Tallow Candles, '10, tlo SperrrtdoT: 5tfo
I Pimento Nutmegs. (Cloves Mace Cinnamon North by lands of Louisa Fatio on the East by vacant -
oward Duildiolarket rquare. Also, 1000 aen-.lOuth' New Smyrna in Turn- AJamantine,do 30 do extra Soap SS jdo ftgiiIT i-
I. H. Drll II 1'0 II. Judge: U. S. Court Northern lull's swamp being the north half of the ,Rosette Arrow Soot Verraecelli Macdaroni, Curry Powder lands, and on the South by hinds formerly owned do :2 tierces Oil, 40| boxes &i eis. $ bb2.

District of Florida, office in the Court House. Grant well timbered and near navigation. Mustard in jars and bottles. by Elf onora: Colt. Almons, 1 bag Ginger I WI Hops, aV'baskets

G. S. Fairbanks": Clerk U. 8. Court office' injh "Also,forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River FRUIT. Bloom Muscatel,'and Sultana Raisins, Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before the day Swett Oil, U do Mustard Lbt Rose Cordial,
Court House. ; 'i-* Lake Monroe consisting Zante currants soft shell Almonds ; Smyrna Figs, fsale. >
between Lake George and 3} pipes Brandy do Gin,5 quart casks Wias
V. Marshal I. Zehnbaur office in Filberts Madeira Walnuts,Brazil Nuts Genoa R. B. CANOVA. S"trilrand ex-off-
the Deputy Court House. George valuable pine hammock' and timbered lands in various Sicily Citron. ; Tax Assessor and Collector St.. Johns. ; 24 do Brooms, 6 nests Tub, 40 reams wifyp
'
> tracts.Also 27 1850. ping paper, 10 BChockulart, 5. boxes assorted
Common and Tallow and April
3000 acre in Alaehua ccnnty suitable for CANDLES.. Sperm ,
Wick.v Preserves, 2 hhJs Leu! 1 obacco, t5 bozst as-
: ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.Cmpt Cotton or Sugar. +
sorted Brands do. IOdoPipes/3 do v'uls! Snuff
i James R. Hanham. Ordnance Store keeper. i Also 600 acre in Columbia, County good pine PICKLES SAUCES, &c.-Pickles, assorted ia 'Tax Collector's otlcc.
I office on St. George street sr few d.ora South of the ands on the Santa Fe.River. half gall .glass Jar*,'Do Do. bottle Capers Olives undersigned Tax Assessor and Collector 15 coils assorted lthpc, :Put. pints Pu tat,5

I Pry' Good store of 8. M. Wskeinan. Persons desirous Apply for term, particular, ce. t*> 'r Mushroom Catsup Tomato do, Fish sauce, assorted ,THE the County of St. Johns will attend everyday do Scotch Ale, 5 do MonongaheU Wbitisjr

'M visiting the Fort will make application to GEO. R.FAIRBANKS, kinds, Pepper do. Staughton Bitters, Lemon Syrup, (Sundays excepted)' at his office in the Court? 5 cases Pickles,3 'do Olives do assorted Cat

I Capt. HaM8Q Agent for the purchase and sale of Lands. Sugar of Lemons, West India: preserve, Salid Oil, l/buaetilltb' 1st. day of October next teethe purposeof sups,3 do Sardines,3 bbls White Beans 2,bUs

Payment of YOD Resident Taxes,tc.St Anchovies. receiving the State and County Taxes for the assorted Corks, 3 hlf bbl Pickles Bricks

;: JUSTICES or THE PEACE. Augu tine. Feb 22, iE5O. TOBACCO. Cavandish,, Ladies twist Paper To year 1850. Laths White Pint Lumber' Yellow do. Lime,

Cfeorge: 1. Phillips. Justice of the Peace and Notice bacco Macaboy nuff;& tch do, Rrgalia.Cigars, AU persona subject to the payment of Taxes are hair, P1iter&c.TbebovereDoRin.

.Notal'f Public, office on Bay r.trert, North. of the IX mo'llths after date we shall present oar Principe do, Common do. respectfully requested to settle within the time prescribed .storji nod purchased

,iddUbajin.[' his, S. Accounts and Voucher u Executors .f the Estate LIQUORS. Brandy. Otsrd. Duupy & Co. d.. by law. at low rates and with mueh.pr. .... pit ship
'
.F.J. Jestke of the Peace office at R. B. CANOVA.
OvJMCf. .
Richard Weightmaa dec'd. to the lion.Judge Bordeaux. Spirits JamaicaRum,Old Ration Do. 1 to ment.warrants. The several Inroices ire ao*
T* Assnsor Collector.
ir *
Store. &iJ-.i ,
..LDics's .vk'-r----f-- uun nun.l1nr m Widwy ; '
I( : OFF.ICERST"Mtthew - meat and shall at the mme time apply, for Letter of; Scotch a fine article Assorted Liquors. St. Augustine Fla. August 23rd.1850. being opened at retail.
: CITY June 82 ". B. E ,GARB.An .
Picmission as such Executor, of which all persons WINES. Madeira Howard. Marsh & .Co Marseilles ,

Brdtt Solatia 1 ; Mayor. inwrostrd. i in said Estate will take notice.JOHNM.FONTANE. Al'laga, Sherry. Pale & Brown DurTGordon PKOBATI Orrirx,. St. Jobs County, )
C. Ordinance the if
prohibit firing Cu
l 17th 1850.
& Co, ChampaigneHocSparkling Yintage l832i; September, (
A.Rogir., Ataernen. R. D. FONTANE.Lzecutors.S Vinegar Bordeaux Porter. London in pt*. and qts F.. W. SAils STISISLACS GLLISKI. and K. R. other firearm, fqaib Crackers ,ali ether"
1'. 11 saat, combustible and Intiamable .Instrument JUstsrial .
I Janl,18SO.ABtUTSCU1t1TYPERPETUITY. London and Leith Ale Beer. Den Palatka, having been named and recommended ssd' -
;
M. Mid"$", JXerfaf within the limit of the ef St. .
I tome, by the Clerk ot Putnam city Asgutiae.See.
I ttlleit, Charles office N--r OILS. Olive Sperm. Seal. Cod und Castor, county as
Huger
( ; the City <> 1. Beit ordained the Mayor and JtUet-
suitable to be ly
persons appointed Intpecfor Palat-
FIdH. Herring Salmon Sardines, Mackerel and at
: $900,000.
..tthe Council room. I. Cod. x ka Precinct, of the ,election appointed to be held men of the eity ef St AttguetiM, in Cnaeil A...*.
:i City Marshal rnd ,CLerk of thg3tarket, F. P. THE MUTUAL LIFE 8UBAHCE there on the first Monday in October next, and a* bledt That from and after the passage of this|Ordia-

irreira. ; \. COMPANY MISCELLANE6US.. Pot Barley OatMeal individuals whose appointment will be acceptableto sauce, it shall not be lawful for any person or ,.,-

,. LAUCTIONEERS. OF NEW YOR K-NO. 35 WALL St.. Copperas Pipe Clay.Bath Brick.Indigo, Span the Toter 0(.thai precinct: they,the said ... W. sons, to discharge"or fire off;any gun or guns,or *tk. '
,' : 1tJ ET Ace umulaied 'Fund, NOT. lit, 1849, $900- ish Float.'Fig Blue London Starch, Candle Wick Sam- and K. R. Duke, are hereby appointed (hiconnexion er fire srms within: the Chartered Limits of s3 Witty;

i ,, F. P. F
r I ,on- real, -estate in this. -.city and... ....Brooklyn.... and. .stocks. Shoe Brushes Scrubbing Corn bn.;.n.,do. %Yizks.T. ) Inspector* of aid Election, and it having this Ordidaace snail be subjected to a ae'iE7lWdollars
I the State and Uity 01 new lOlL. ana unite: D. Pipes. German do. Night Lights Door Matt, been signified to me that the convenience of the citizens ,to be reeovered before tie Mayor. !

Ri'ught E. C rr. Wholesale and Retail dealerS States Government. Patent 1\Ialee. Percussion!! Cap-Do Powder Can-, in the virinty of Lake; George will be greatly C2. Be it further or Jaintd Jry /k.'f-tUrilt.,
S 1 ,rst quality Family Groe.rie""of al! kinds LiI4r5 :' This fund is rapidly increasing by a, widely extended powder. Salt Liverpool do. promoted by the appointment of Inspector for said fgmaid. That ifsnypersoa Arsons shall within

&e.. No.2 East side Charlotte Street North I and prosperous business. PROVISIONS. Perk Beef, Hams, ,Hour Butter, Election to be held at the house of \VU.LUXVruIE the said chartered limit! fire, diechajge. or jet eff asf
.hh* Publio square. > -' I' The Company declared a dividend ol profits of fif- and Cheese. at Lake George Precinct. squibs crackers or other cpii: >bu
$ George Burt. Haler in Staple' and Fancy Dry ty-two per cent on all existing policies on the 31st AND GLASSWARE Assorted. It is ordered that: tin Election be held on the first matters such person or person shall be fabjitt! tel
CROCKERY
of January, 1848. fine of Five Dollars to be recovered before the MSTWSES.
ooda. West side of Charlotte street; a few doors Monday in October next, at the house of WILLIAM
All ,Iho Profits are divided among ALSO WILKIE at Lake George Precinct for one member 3., Be it further rdiaed bytl< *tbrinaforeitid.
pnh Lane,
Treasury
the Insured. 'A Variety ofthe House Representatives ci the General That if ai-y Minor shall violate lie froth
*th M. Wakeman. Wholesale and Retail dealer The premiums are payable in cash annually,sem- Shelf Goodt, HarJiearetTi* Ware, Wood Ware of the State of Floridaand WIUUM Assembly alone of this Ordinance Fines herein hn ose4leat]
I I WILKIC.
Dry Goods and Gr cerie Grocery store on the interest added the Boota Shoes Clothing Hats 4' Caps Drum
annually or quarterly, being on 4' FXCDERICK WILKJX and JAMES C. GXEKX are hereby be recovered of the parent or gvanOaa stld u vr.
,
.; und floor of the City Hotel-Pry Good Store deferred payments.The ,ttc. i I appointed In'peeton"oC.aid Election at said Pre Sec, 4. B< it farther erJitd; Thaf it i.1et t
<: ,jracr of Picolaia and St. George street opposite cash principle adopted by1 this Company se- With: many other articles too numerous to mention duct, shall violate the provuion* of this Ordinance., lie .

:'_.e Court House* -urcs to the parties for whose benefit the insurancesare The above stock of Groceries was selected in New ,Given under my hand at the city of St. Augustine fine herein imposed shall be recovered of the mum
Nistet S. 2( N. Pinkham. Dealers in Fancy effected the whole of the .advantages, without York Market and can be recommended with oonfi- the 17th day of September 1850. or Il aUtd. or persons having charge ef sods Slat

ftttda, &,c. opposite the Planters Hotel l on I talt subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated 'dence ; and will be deposed of to suit the time at reduced G. HUMPHREYS. Judge Prohata.s. c. SEc. '5. Bt further ordained. That it shaft",

i.i. le Charlotte street. premium note' price We solicit the attention of the trade, I lawful for any person_U mak; eounplaiata o( say vi

Pedro Btnet, Dealer Groceries Provisions, &.e. Persona may effect insurance on their own lives and private families. B. .E. CARR. is hereby given, that an Election will I lation of thii Ordinance,and 'iubaU.1te th* if
", Corner of Cuna and! St' George street. and the live of other*. A married woman can in- Jan. 1, 1850. NOTICE on the first Monday in October next at ciaJ duty of the City Marsha! todo so,/wha shsll J'

Manuel C espo. Pealer in Family tor. s, Provii. cure the life of her husband the benefit of which are the several Precinct in the County of St. Johns fur such e*.es be a competent witnest* "' *, ...

.ns, &e,, corner of Charlotte and Bridge street*. secured by law fur the exclusive use of herself or ehil AGENCYor one Representative to Congress, a Register of Public Sec. & Be it farther trfrinel. '75.t aetatft

F. f.\} Qtinty. Watch snaker and Jeweler l on dren. Lands and for one .Member of the House of Representatives herein contained shall be so construed as.i. prevail

Cl ?rge srfeet. nearly opposite office of Dr. Peek.Tho Clenrvnien: and all others dependent upon sala DU. FITCH'S CELEBRATED of the General Assembly of the State of the shooting of gam along the margins the flc 8-

.. Neltj Retailer of Boots Shoes Caps. ne; specially i invited ro avail themselves} of a resource MEDIC NES. Florida. haitian River, and thrUnited State troop of IB*

I Hit* & ., cast sid Charlotte, street corner of whereby their surviving familes may secured Pulmonary Ifatom Dtpurative Syrnp St. Agu. tie PrecinctAt the Court House. tia of the Territory from firing their arm while ia$*,

"*r1otte IItrut and Treasury Lane. rom the evils of penury. l Pectoral Expectorant Heart Corrector Inspector. Jacob Alickler, James M. Gould Roque discharge of their miJi'al'1.1oti8.aad that whenever
Lawre Andreu.. Tailor Charlotte) street Pamphlets explanatory! of the principles of Mutual Pulmonary Liniment Humor Corrector Leonardy. in the opinion of the Mayor the firing off or diekir.
,
pear the' h'iThmas Life Insurance and illustrating its advantages with Pure'and Medicinal Cod Liver Oil, PieeJtt Precinct-at the House of James Rix. ging any gun or.fire arm by any person, shall be ..-

Ala '/ .. Tailor' ,Charlotte Street, near forms applicationmay be ,obtained at the/office 01 Anti.l>y.ptptie Mixture Cough and Cathartic Pill, Inspectors James Riz Samuel A George Coolee.. skinned necessarythe foregoing penalty shall sett* "

i the store of George Burt. the Company, 35 Wall st.. or of any of its agent Nervine. Female Pills. Mitsnz Precinct.-at the House of Abraham ,incurred.
c John Ut\M. Boot maker, Charlotte street near TRUSTEES. Vermifuge Female Specific, Ate, &.c., Doponu Inspectors; Abraham Dupont'Francis Pel. Sic. 7. Be itfurther enbiW. That allances Qtfy>

t the City Hotel. J I Jos B Collins, David C Colden, Vied by Aim eonitantly and with unprecedentedtuectit Iic: r.James Pellicer. heretofore passed prohihitiaf; th* ftriaf f

: Joseph Lope Maanfsctorer of Segara, shop in ,Wm J Hyslon! Alfred Edwards' in the treatment of Ben Vttta rred.tl-et the house .f Franc L. Guns, Pistols. Squib. Crackers and other ewlllb8do

I Howard's Buildlns.I R H McCurf'y. Wm Betts, Cold. Coughs, Consumption. Asthma Heart I>ancy. Inspector F,L. Dancy, John B* Ferreira, ble and inflamniabU! instruments and materials! ib.i4 .
: G. N. Papy, Dei ler in Dry Groceries and Provietret Ered WinltoaJoseph Blunt. Diseases, Dyspepsia Scrofula Skin Diseases, Matthew Solana 2d. certain Units of th. City o(St. ABg*J 4ne, W',u4

'I\ .hit', Chnrlotie : a few doors South of$ the C W Faber. Isaac G Pearson, Rheumatism Female Complaint, "Given under my hand at the city of St. Augmtins .sr* hereby repealed .

City Hotel. John P Yelverton, Uepry Wells, Pile, &c. Ac. the 6th day September,1850.G FssMdthe' Tenth. day of April lf

''r, !tit,,,, JLTumon if( Ntlligan. ,Cabinet makers :'''h o Sedgwick Wm Moore Dr. Fitch". unequalled Patent : .HUMPHREYS ,.'of Probate 4 ABljMI Dui14-'.r.
P. B.
eorndr of Market ,.square adjoining die \1D9illOom.. Stacy B Collins Zebedee Cook, Sllrer Plated Abdominal St..Johns County. Attest. DnuClerk.f fee Coae&A :
John Manuey. Rfack Smith and Qua Smith, nearfhe John H Swift, JonaMWer, Supporters. true topy CB4$. HA1.G2I.
'
9 ,Korth Gate of the City. I John Wadsworth David A ComltOek.S Dr.' Fitcb's Improved Plated PXOIATZ Orrscz. 8?.Jons COCJTTT, t Cl.4 ot.tJteCot liJ.! _
I M Cornell. Robert Shnyler, Steel Spring Shoulder Bra e.. Uth March 1850. S -----QQ' ice -- {

I Ii GOUT M Wilkins James Chambers, Dr. Filch' Silver luhalJBff FToiire.Exectlors Tadbyr1a.a laJe7' .
,
i Billiard" T.U AMUSEMENTS., Bouliiig Alley. Ora Howard.I II John V I, Preyn Joseph Tuckerman, Tube. .Administrators.Guardian and others .v Chancery hOldca In d decre.for Mi" t .I..
;
I V Fred Whittlesey Moses H Grinnel], DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX :! !e failed to file in this ocs the annual eoZ
Jo1ma1'JDri4a maci.oQ ) "
Market t1O 22
: ta'
Buildings ,
j' Howard rqnare.Bowlitif da1'ot
Chart Ely Wm J Bunker, LECTURES accounts required by the Statute ;are hereby noii sd, wherein:
and Sefreehmenii. by ease Jowpha Qie.
A vp.
Alley, Liquor "
i Dutilh that unless'the same sr* presented fartherunnecessary
Eugene AID without
John C Crugee P* THE FXEYMTIOS CUIE OF late of Francis Gr
F. Bridier. City Hotel. deJ. isCarr. ealajj .iJMJ..: f;
I, of
Uw
Francis B delaythe provisions ihje
Walter Joy Lathrpp, Consumption Asthma Diuases oftht against and others
Retailer of Li Refreshment said'EdSt
Gemex. iors, Creditors
!
of,
Philif J 0 Thatcher. eiauttcrs In su h matters; will be rigidly enforced. sis
Alfred Pill the method "{
Heart and on of
Bridier. Bowling fc. preserving dents cud to
me
te.. Charlotte street, opposite JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. G. qyMFHRCYS.Jadge of Probate, directed, I.shjOl u r .u i4J 141115S
I Ii Health and Beauty to an to sale ha the
tWt"T' cxpeee mod* maUlr apel extetpp
.. 16.
Ksreh
ABSATT
1, Isiic Secretary. ,
;: -- otdage. .- Tided in said decree, before the Coerth1ouaYmth4
.r: STAGE dFFICE. losErs DLURT; Counsellor. This Book should be in every family. To-.the Cuniptive -" .. City of $t. Aerastke/ra Mondsr abeTtltuot.oc-:
St. FJ CARD.
R. FAISDAXKS Augusria *
H'the. P-italata" Mail taje. Bridi.,'., City G. ,. Agent it point out tIe, only reasonable hope for tober next between the hoars( 10acd9 flf!*sf fefi
\ Office Feb lId relief. To mothen, he directions it give for the ear Mr. Gtoxsx L. Pwrjus. having resigned his I the following real % assets e/ the Eettts ef Fritf

Hot.I.,! _ Groceries, Provisions, dkc. and education of Children are invaruabt.| 73,000 Commission ss a Justioe of the Peace fox St. Johns' cia Cue,deed..MI' lying and betef 1 ia ft. Citf itSLAUgusN4COfSLJOI
,. CHURCHES.Roman choiee lot Butter. Sugar choice Hams copies of this Book hare passed through the. press,and County will for ft*future attend to toe duties appertaining i
very
A Baken Pork. Crackers, Fsh, Tau Coffee Bpi. the sale continues unabated, to his office of Notory Public,and to the draw. A Hoiue and/: lot. corner of,6za4otwffast4'"
I Catholic Chunk. North side MOI1IJ 1.q 'ce* etc; by ehr. Cypmsjns discharged forsaleby For Salt by S. S. FITCH
< ,square. 4 March 1 II. E. CARR. 'Broadva.,. Ain Acrk ;and elhiEi. A Lot of grovad ejorner of t tanp sad Prt3!
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