The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00037
 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00037

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11 a .i : jj1 ,?_ ; There ere'nor: ,United Bcason /or thane to too derp.a'prop. :):0 ration -: --.) Theft German laborer vith' miois. t -maltD ftit 'I
Ant: TWO ftOtUU tXSl&XltVJt, IJt IIYU L States troops' there prepared to'defend the in the ether House. I do not know but ;f dutry and ich atfQietr :HU. .reta .ee. Ih boat\ Jbe J. .
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e 17 4I"Sfmuun: will be iaserteif"t t1ltTtilrl.. 'Country, / : :" governor cnjljlett) out a very the consequence would' be the,entire 'failtlrreof t Cculltrl.w9rk ,zealoysly.t $ ; characterize,After. theii, I MAA, ba.4 attained die luhlimJtl oCbi power,

t. It Jke Bmper square of 13 line or Alder, for&be few coinjnrs -J.f(f volunteers, and (.sent them this bill, which would be a much: greater ,\ noun inbeotiful order placing tho the: and d'sroa8risd tflatt-rcrurn orb cb orclUHUUCS-
to the: iron' to it until ho United calamity to the whole; than the they planted crops li abed for by which he could
.. Alt latercan and Fifty Cum f<>r rack suturquf& 1' protect country pot Unfortunately, hot day* and 'mosquiloet came;, f It become move the ,, rld.
Stairs ll'UtJp could arrive were com- Pi pediment this= trifling ameadmentwould be to > us to treat no
They nnd the Qermans I proposition, bow xvHd'S
.... A 4eJBetIn will W mid for notirc.ln. went away, leaving the New
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{minded l.y United Slates office r., who took wr.onsiA Florida. 1 hope thai we shall, York gentleman} to his vUf' t: may appear, with acept.c sm. We ,
t .ltfIei for sit as.ntlie. cfjjrjifc of fhem** until a sufficient number, of come at once to a vote upon the bill. negroes in the Tt\pn! being nu thought tfaattora. had exhausted our tails t t

1'1 .a :ta.a.ntrWill I !United Statue troo a arriYt.d.rrbe department Mr. Yulee. Iprcsentei! this: wiK-ndment, as not avail, and ho neighborhood lost; hi* ,; his and abandoned wits could! ? pcv ?,-eadla* wonder*<., when tho l ;le'r

\ tie asenl.. set"Itoaable "m. hax corresponded with the governar.ofj I have staled, in con-sequence uf the fact that the estate The truth is,crop Suutbera soil npb came/ to work new-min rtes. Six v r i

I.. .- -.--- j d'h.riduand has nddretseij the fyuse'ComWt. a 'similar amendment had just t b'.x-n offered was, and never will be, ext n.ivelv'cultiv never ltcd .van yearego. ,the idea of propelling vessels I
.- From the Dublin Uictnity tyf:asine.. : Wpitfertrg tl ie; 'pD) wpDt of the: here, and ad"picd in reference to another I by free tuber,whether h.nk or white. What JyTh Iteum Mlhe Atlantic was laughed at.
td S \ LAY OF TIlE FAMINE., {IlIun.. I do not know what more regular, Stale. I felt bound-in duty, therefore, not to then ? Shall the most fruitful portion of the old continent was a long distance of>; and
''1 j course could have been pursued, or what bet. neglect the Interests'of my'own State; and I firth-that one .third (whc'.i A voyage to it was a long and tediou.-"a6Air.
. tau: raids OTSBAXD TO sis.. y p. tcr evidence offered this I jar ...under tin the is
could have been adduced of the anjendmeqt, hoping the:lt wonid operation! ofslave labor,hA yielded more ojv voyaw performed in ten day*, and
nature ofthe'e.TUjrEency.Lie be permitted without producravely Liverpool i. broujtht New York
debate to take the same than the other I\vo-Udrd.-Habsn- as near to as :
, *, Bright vas your blue eye Kathleen, : I I regret,A' .I ea ta fh l re.1JJp. a plQra- course. doned.? 'Louisville was twenty 'ago' And yef t
"j Smooth! was your sunny brow, senator from 'Mittjssippl') Vho\Ad have felt Afr., HuJJier This shows! the impropriety of wonderful as this progress | we are not of
,1[ On that fair morn, my KutMecn.When called upon Jo make it matter of discussion. taking-such amendments tho bill as the r-cn- Has the country been quieted those who believe that the Ultima Thnle ofhu't;
you broeth'd your bridal row. He knows as all of us do, that to discuss nny; nier from Maryland and the.senatcr from New The Southern people* for month past have T man discovery! and invention is yet Breeched;. '. I
fcy wove h.Vt choicest treasures round us t umcndment at this time (n to kill it. .T shall York have forcibly shown. It was because been alternately bullied and.coaxed, menaced: o e re ill avnstoccan beyond to bo explored 1

Peacecasae with all her .m1l1nll'I1in ; not, therefore, continue the discussion by ma-' the prcvivous amendment had! bpn, adopted nnd"nirenteii.by certain: politicians and presses And navigated. Look, for: instance,at the telegraph J'
Mirth In his magic circle bound ,us; kinganymore remarks upon. the subject that the senator from Florida felt properly th'nt to induce them to accede t g. the "adjustment" ; ) Two years ago, people went a-great
'" Wheat* fled the phantoms, Grtefand PAin.t Mr. Davis,' of Mitistssip f. I made no more,r tip Mast du what h.e couhr get a similar measure of the slavery quostien. They were distance Washington to observe the operai
r.' -w remarks than felt;inveulf bound Jo'make.= earned for hi* constituents. If we arc tosetide assured time after time, that the passage of i lions of the lino from that city to Baltimore, f'
Few Mrs have paused t Kntbleen. lam song;; bjjjt the Senator' has' made it nocanary all tho precedents in relation to confining the con :lemerated bills: of 'Mr. Clay would and returned home full of the. great 'marvel: .
: Sinyou breatb'd yn ffiiduJ"OW' ,' : 10 anything more than I saidnt Ibe appropriation bills strictly'to current restore the reign of peace; and good feeling. .NO w,\we have great lines, connecting the>roost ,
ilopa standing o'er us, Kfttb1eeQ.J ,-: first ; but he imposes ,it upon me by bis expenditures, it will be quite impossible! to,eel We regret '(hat m any persons Have been mis 'remote portions of the country, by, which. we i
. ...... O God toxo you now marks. The committee reported,lhe bill, it through with this bill'at all. ''1 hope thatt led.l1.r. 'lying"pnpmihes,, aij'd induced to can sit in our office and communicate in a few

To see your blue eye waning, waning, true bunt rs not for me to say what was donein I amendment wilt:not be adopted,.and that, no join the 9flnt-be-l rcKedHiv.t: -.the Union, .. fuc\' minutes 'with Boston, New York, 3t. Louis: I
To see your brow so seam d \vith pain. the committee. 01 may, however, say thata moro. such .will be offered. tion. it- t 1, Cbicn Q. Halifax. But will this great invention -'
I Tn ace gaunt.Hunger'c red tootlf drawing mcmbejjof committee is not always bound I Mr. Davis of Mississippi. T e remarks of While the lerrilorialt. ills have passed, but I| now ire its infancy its career here? No. H i '
The life-blood from each throbbing vein to support a bill because it has.been reconv the senator from Virginia, [Mr. Hunter,] fol! we have seen no glimmering; (that harmony | bas already connected England with the con :
*" men$? by his committee. I have said,tlht I lowing up the. remarks of the senator from and kindly! feeling; \i5) i h' Wf re tdfollowr. He tinent of Kuropt-: and, iq >* few months, the
Fair was our first born Kathleen do.Bpl regard this: ns n parallel case to tlfij. Florida [Mr. Vulcc..] s ill teem to insist that who,,jays fjaltenrig unction .to'his i .soul, thatthese. wires will, no doubt be extended across that '
As it htfqft-tipnn your breast j Texas case which wo have provided for. 4 there is a par tl'-l between the two cases, z peace mnasurcs" will;protect the southern continent into Asia, to Calcutta, to Canton;: so '
Oh I weep not, weep not, Kathleen, willed, sincowbat has been aid,that 1haverecesyca : which ,is not thecnse at all. In one case troopsin people from future instill and oppression that the merchants. of London can learn .ini.
''ei:: ,' ,Why mourn its speedy rest ? A letter .incer the report mad".by .the:regular service, and when about todisbanded be or will l extinguish the torch of incendiarism fey hours the state of the,tea crop in ;China i ,
And tell''me n t its smiteswhulil' listen the committee (rm the commanding ,cJtF'fof ,were rt-lainetl m service, were sub- and innatism, grossly ,deceives bimelf. Unmanly and the East India Company be informed of .
t:, The pangs that revel through .this heart ; lhAt ,d1iisioriO-c..ytloDinJ; ; tho committee sj (ed ;by the United states,Aind could no; bjs concession to the power of numbersyet the condition of their Frapire.: But H must not ';'
Hay, how could smies! its }out$$heek I ,agkinct those very claims. I have also mad paid! on account of the fact'that these was an I secured R nation from insult stop here. The prinelplel3tasraetord.pfaved : .

r Iit brighten, 'some further inquiries upon the sub',-'c:, and order for their disbanding. They were i in the The slovetrado has ben suppressed in the !by the ravine telegraph across theSnrliifi: ''
While: Famine struck with vencm'd. dart, tOur I du think that wo have made more noise Abqyt service of the United States: and, but for Ihe l District, and the next step, will be to abolish Uiannel, must be applied to the great object',

the Florida war in propbflipn to the fact of an order such: '11. I have referred to,!J slavery itself: Like Senator Mx on, 'we BIt to deeply interesting to our COUDtry.orCOnD. -' ,
but. our \'ounpt.Kuthleen,-=- uimbcr of Indians, than was. ever'made. Would' have been paid regularly like other i I notable to percieve thbdifference belweeifthe ting ; with Great Britain, by wires, sustained'
j JITI.t.j I .tru"hu tear= lure in this country or in a ny country.Mr. troops. They )jfprcr"'subsisted regularly; It I supQreyionofthe( slave tr.adoanl the abolition by buoys, across the Atlantic. WherilblsuJ '
: Us. slat lu fII1.:' 'mf..KI&tbtccn, Vuleo. \ Am now itil l% more satisfied was not the case,therefore: ,of the government I I slavery; or in other words. why the South .. don -Md its practicability is doubjed bt,
...... % eiiPon my car. that thecbnirman ij ,tbo'IliUtary Cemmillcebe of a State or Territory culling out troops under should clap her hands with ..:% ccaJinr joy" none-we shall know,in a few hour, all, the

i.tl :ttl 1dll."frailcitbur ,'9'!: -p ,. >a n*know: be particular_.. : _case._ to_ which.. Icommitn its own discretionary atlhoriiyr. -r-' >_.T nver the former, and oppose a stern fesistenceTJV II movements which occur throughout the ciriliz.od .' '
T U see y uVhcn -*** m -jtJ" _. DaI: mi M- i -i ijr world. New York merchants:mb'comiauin ;
fciuhtxin (raili in ItI;il rfttAi ..... tliaTo KyPHTj l "_ frpW fr- .
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\ drank but 111f1 have no doubt I shalll be able to show that tract of Columbia. Havo not the soot *- ,. e
It- lip it relates to on entirely different erase and a The following interesting and conclusive! experiments pIe contended for years, thai the exercise of'1 "'But' ran the t 11.me bm"ebed Isl pr'dtmc thtrt o zt'saran ,: -4

-- Knit on this bosom Kathleen different period. It rpj tcs, I Ijave: IIQ, doubt of Free Labor in the South we extract the wry power now assumed'!' by Congress, : wonder for sober remark and rerteciion. The
AU. save your love, is flrd 14| to a class of companies not 'prpvidcd for the from a Speech ot the lion. J. E. Holmes of would be a palpable violation' of the guaranties imagination becomcaalmostcrazedatthcbatoallusion
wife Kathleen bil not called out by thy governor of the Constitution which would demand
lla what-my my .-pgr pns tasuch mira :Ics or human ingenuity:
Fiend. m.VIM.._|..'.n.''-I the -lit-: lOT dyad _--...rwHtnn'_.__ n_* not authorized--- nor recommended by :'outh'Ctrohna, Del m rod in the House:: of Reprerei resistance? But what would have been justly} and j
S'are not *?lth those cyct to blindly, the governor of Florida, and not recommended n'nrtivis 3d.'ePember 1850.-* *. regarded as a proper cause for a disruptionof progress. __ I
Fan me with thy gentle breath b)" the executive department.: It i.i his \ "The experiment free lobor has even been J: thd'Union five'years: ago, is now a cause of The Ot'oman Commissioner. AMU BIT, visited .
14 k! even cofdly ur unkii- ;- reference to that letter which satisfies ;me the I tried I in our own Southern country-in Sou'h rejoicing? Hive; ihesuuihcrn! : people degencrl' the Fair of the American Insti ute at New'York "
'. Kathleen, KHtbleen.is this death t more conclusively that the chairman of the I Carolina: in Florida. The Rev. Mr. Ca cfln ated so much as thi3 would indicate !Wednesday, and appeared highly delighted
committee is entirely mistaken in the character \ distinguished minister of thu Methodist Church I I The free soil party instead oi being appeased with all he saw. Several gentle'
, DEBATE IN CONGRESS ON THE,' INDIAN of the service which he refers to; up a plantation to his slaves. lie first by the concessions extor '&from; he South, melt connected with the Institute accompainenT{

APPROPRIATION Bll L.ln Now, sir, in respect to the number of thn 'instructed gave in m in eithic and rvligion; lie growling because Congress omitted to kick him on his visit, and afterwards the,porty partook

-.,, SfM/r, 27 '- ,. tk: e would Ii e to know why it is that two full full, of atok: cattle and sheep, and n horstHo': 1 dust and arc rallying and collecting its forces, After various compliments had been paid to
CLAIMS or r. OEIDA.Mr United States sent there '1 nnrfilevising renewal ot hoslilitcs. defender of Kossuth and his
regiments of troops tlu delivered over the estat", with plans for a the magnanimous
Yulee. I have an amrndmei.t' whirh 1 have \\K'enAble tu do no more' 'than the three suitable monitions nud appropriate Messing! It is our firm belief; that in ten years, the South t unfortunate companions, AMU BIT proposed#;.
to the attention tit this ftirate..Tnetr.Ato1 for in this bill undertookto either hai-i t. ainmion, health of Ihe first w the Unit i
I tobrin companies provided and ,wenl into a fur eon try, leaving the ne:1 I' will b* y trciJ /a reourte I the gentlemen:
as just adapted an pnjrmdmcnlnruvidiuie ., do-why two fill| regiments of United : to their own volitions. Time :t : or to succumb to the arrogant domination of the ted Sutps:-Ihu.. graceful President, !)I r. Fillmore l
for the payment! of vo uuicers cm.loyed States troops have not been able to remove and gross after the lapse of several harvests Im visited Nor,,,. Let the South receive these aggrcs which was drunk standing. Before the
during the sit year,upon the /Irouncm I these Indians, and have Retired from the undertaking the field( 01'hi. philanthropy. To his sorrow Ions; with spiritless submission nom, and" when party left the table, the Commissioner made a
r '"1 t rt>sa.f in the Indian seP+'ice. Thorn were ,I ,and one regiment has withdrawn- h, found nil his benevolent intentions the final struggle comes, gsil'ivilr, be unable to speech, in which he returned thanks, in the
t J .. ['winelmslar unteen employe!, under'e precisely why it is that one full regiment is found necessary frustrated-the fH&j uncultivated, the cattle I stem the tide, or arrest the progress of Aboli name of the Sultan, for the very hosoitable
.. in an M, ergencv'in there imply to hold them.in check were eaten ip, the barns empty. The horse tion. Don't be guilty! of thu bupreme folly of manlier in which he had been received in the
Florida, for whose relief ,bill was introduce?, and protect (he frontier. A wnole regiment I however, lenpined\ but nut to plough or cart, I imagining that the danger hus pawed away United KtHte ?On returning to the Fair at
the Military Committee ut thisSkMM of United States troops is required tp be kept but to cOII\'ey.the negroes to the neighboring ami flirt there" is no longer any necessity for Castle Garden, he was presented to the ladies
i paned b) the Senate. but which there now to do what thee three companies plantations, to depredate. Yet in spite of all your standing to your arms. The present prc.sunt and frequently expressed his regreafat
Ksuch condition' upon the docket of the of volunteers were, required upon :ilu' emer this ihdyanj sensible that if all the negroo : temporary calm-is" but the stillness, which his inability to'converse with themand tell :
Houses to render it impossible that it can g.ncto do. transported to Africa, our' cotton fields always ushers in a storm. Abolitionism re- them huw much he admired them and their 1 1couiliry
he reached at this scss lon. The payment of, > put whatever may: be the fict. the senator' would were be cultivated by free while labor. Unhappily I {gads it in the light of n truce, which affords Tu one who asked him whether he '
the services has been recommendeTinby the mny beenurely mistaken ax tothc numberolIndians. for their views, the experiment .has 'I'then time to perfect their nefarious! 'schemes. spoke German, he replied that be had not beta
department in n letter addressed. to the ehnirr It is probafile that the nuiubrr of been tried, frequently' tried in several States. and boat up for recruits. on speaking term* with that language since thVm
.h rR Gu mmitt .-.-- ---- other liouae.ro .-- vrtirriurs is between 300 aiil 500.' It is nltogcihcr Before I recite the cases ot free white labor, I *n.i SIU .llllo.::.....>>,..irrpnrW..u....... nf_southern,------- rights protect 'issacre of the brave countrymen ef Kossulh...
innlmuc oithc for the Texan volimeers but that i in, I believe, the and extinguish the
provision conjectural ; 1 will mention more ot the effort to supply free I us from future aggression,
hnsbtW put upon this,, bill, I wish etlinwteot General Twigs. But, be that ns black labor.-In the year 1840, the estates in torch of incendiarism, unjust\ as it is-degrading BARE Lice 01! OsAaotTatts. friend call-
to the bill also, as it is of for these men lo determine it is, w. could ed shojt time since, wilh,the
'IM to be nprnd. it may it was not 'Trinidad, which had flourished under slave I-- : at it is-qnd insulting as upon us a agreeable
uhetherlhcir. l rYicei were necessary qrnot ber. became, in consequence of British \Vcsl find it in ourTieart to approve it. But not the intelligence that we had saved the orange' '
ttwSTftill, rarely state that theuihlect The Governor of the Btato deemed. it neces India rmau'cipalion deserted by the l I..hlm:r.. smallest of the many objections to it, is hat trees of the South. Not really comprehending
was before the Commiitec of Military1! F:1r: )'. Murders had' been commuted ; largedepredations A planteV'eamc to this country and from ihef, it neither gives us'"indemnity for the prcsant the occasion of our hitherto unheard of suc-:

. .\fiesrs.and that th y made n ix-ppri in favor of were made ; the whole countrywas District of Columbia, and the Stale of Mar) nor security for the fulure. ,eels, n closer<<.* investigation.led led unto believe we
the demand. It pes! e'd thl Comm| .; wuhoul t t thrown into commotion ; several countieswere land> colored persons were !induced( to For our purl, ire can never exult over the may have been instrumental l in cff-iciiag.some
and IlIopo. it will pass ,the SenateS"fifcr : ubaiidpned, the harvests being left in Trinidad many to cultivate the lands upon the : discomfiture oflHeSouth. II is no gratification -I benefit 8 few of the plantations in Louisiana.The .

wirf, That the S cretnry of the field 110(1man fanners were obliged to goto most advantageous terms. I saw ij\ the \harbor to'us1, to see the South (prostrated and :dis orange loose has, for manY yean produced
.' and hereby is, directed to audi and leave the ro'Wiry IIhu her. Jj!, myself sawherruipf of Baltimore: a car o 'of !these people. I honored. Is a southern man to rejoice and 'runI great havoc on the trees in most of our'
SSstSeclainw d the State of FloridnrunSersach -. ( a distingnishVd gentleman from felt interested in the experiment, and resolved into all manner: of exla 'test, bec use the South i iI j jI Southern States and one who was particularly
laws iaO-trgulatTons as have hereto- ScxiUi Carolina amputated: from: the fact that .. : to trace)its operation: I have since; a. 'II' a Vcrticd IhD &dhi lment, of similar claim* it had been shattered\ by the shots of the In-1 I l.arle4.that' resulted in a complete fodu e. 'I, livered and false hearted submissionists exjuli i Orleans some' then or fourje-. since: for a
, .I '*S& mwa en the United States for mon:>s dunsI have only to sty in cond t ;ion, I The free negroes found the sun too hot, and over the South."'fo" our part, ire will continue remedy
-* *4vs* 4Bad p'34,and for expenses incurred that this claim has been recommended by the either resorted to the towns,or returned to this fearlessly and oldlYtd warn them of tho dan- Not having any personal experience in the
i 4oVliettk l ceBractcd by said 8tD|.-, for 8ecretttry of War after full o a ination. countrv. Thus the effect of free colored labor. I 1 ger impending over them, and exhort in season mutier, we suggested that these parasites, like .
oil i8leoce'eoppUet: and services of' local Mr. Dawson. I with merelyrlo make antrv Now of white labor. The late, distinguished ; and out of season to vindicate theiraintuin Honor l lite on starving or diseased cattle,were the re*
called into service during the yenr of If! 1 understand the senator from their rights without regard to (,uncongenial foodtail/
troops l .:i n William Wirt, resolving to become a planter ': and mconsequepcea suit of scarci'y ,or
16", by and under the authorities of said :: rii'i .i.: it is, the claim to pay Captain McU-". purchased land in Florida. Having some.com- : *' exhausteJ perhaps of some of the properties
ftue to meet the emergency trili&ont of uii's company. ,*.> Functions, he resolved againsttbe employment j essential 10 giving vigorous and bealthfuP
t\elUClcen insurrection of tho Seminolu Indians Mr. Yului. No sir.Mr < of litre lador, and carried down to his plantation i We do not see that lir. Clay in his Northern growth to the trees. ,
within4ier limits ; and that the sum ao PcurC& The bill' now before tho Senate H lar number of white men. The work ': tour, iskusing, ns herelorore,tho cr&wd of Upon this hint Be acted;an4 by digging about

... ,found due or required for said payment, be i is a bill making appropriations for the cofeme'ricad in thenulumn* These men worked I women that flock to sec him.V suppose he the cots, and manuring plentifully with comport
out of any money in the treasury twit :current exp nse of the Ia department. ,and diligently.llait\ ifuily, during the winter and i 14 sick of jomnibussing Southern Press. barnyard manure; ashes and line, he
tberoise appropriated." trie-liable it kocomply with the treaty slipula- 'prangsei.\sQns, and nil went on as falicitiously: Pcrhap h& it \\llle\ sulky!-Boston Post. speedily secure.! a vigor that,sent the whole of _

.Mr. Davis, ot ) luissip i. I dq npt consider tion.. For :those p u'o+c e itJws.undergone. 4 as the rich fancy of Mr. 1 V'art. But ala t summer IIu may bo a little buggy, perhaps. | the marauders beyond the reach of'further

the character of this claim at all similar to thorough invesupiTuon .in-ihe! CoromutoeouFinance. came, and'with it came hot daysand moist 1 Pr2sia>nlofih,. United Stiles hs< offici; p harm. :
that to which the senator from Florida hasreferred. But such asneadmeots'as'this have ni bts,and:increased demauds for labor'in the 'fhA Faiui JACQUES FCAXZ,d i nylon
asset: E I
similar, "* ally r c 't: Curiout'"Prafer. The Dover '-Nl: H. Tele-,
The emergency was nqt undergone on suds: investigation. How many cotton fields. Consul 0:\'Ie Swiss Con tcde a- ;
Uerns .
and the two cases were not parallel |411 any !: ri of thc VimU have beard the explanations The men began to fail, their sinews were ': de for Michigan, as Wisconsin, Iowa, and .Mia grnph is answerable for the following. ''\
thai have Ux'n made t ::1 venture to siy relaxed, and finding that they cc-ild lU:'endure tion, reside, at Detroit; and J, B. Tar, du We had the benefit of country preaching
Iiir Yu1ee. I 'regret that tho honorablechairman not ten. If we vote upon' them we shall notOtl the clime,: threw down their ncuttural, implements '1 assets to de St. Gall as Consul of tho same country last Sabbath. As usual in i the forenoon services'
of the Military Committee has und-rtandingly)', and submit to the Sen : and in a body left inV station. Canton LouUana, M& liuippi, Alabama' Tennessee our worthy diyine devoted a portion of his, I
> Hof discussion. The mutter was previous- rule legislation laid'down 'by the hon. the fortunate circum tanci-J.t ,t.. 'c..1.4 of negroes upon our national council", And duly remera*, ,
balers the Senate, when noohjeciton wns sound pi- ..nator'r\Jm New tfrfrk [Mr., DickinL were in the nuighborho lo, tale.. Thess leans. berimr:the spirit of the departed President and'I1 '':
)1 ft .... by.him.. Toe bill came frumnlin Com- ; lU It is impossible' thM this matter can be negroes wero purchased, the crops sj ved, and selrcontrolTo J keep one' skin I our prudent worthy incumbent, he commenced.
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ltt OD KU1tar1 Affairs an/| wail props: -rlv mveingated noW by the Senate. If,il is a me- thus the experiment ended Another expsri-, Height soaked in liquor without ,ever get.. upon the cabinet,exclaiming with great fervor)
,J there, lam satisfied that the bun I let it be brougttin: upon its met was tried by a gentleman from New. zork,,',, constantly drunk. I '(,Ilol.ttrtl try ft bleu Daniel Webtter." I

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",. .,: :: Saturday, Oct.. 20, IS30 I j! ; .. ._a. .._ __ ..'h, __, : :."., :.l t. 11j ._.. : ....From.to, n Oclsimzl CtJrrtspr.nd':1. the l h:1rI1':(? Parker Cook, pave Ihiinr'particularinfiimition \* }

r= -. .,. =-- -In \Vdgxy3TtIc, Wi. 12, 1S3J.CuI. to C pr. G untiet! t -
.iJ"J Mailers ..:. : 1850. I d 1848. ": : / Haynes speech mnde: an e:ccll.nt impressio'n iniih, of schoonerlion, rclativa the

Hope ;1- .:.' :- '. ;to, ; I "t'1"J._I -'I oj "-- .. ,, '' hen, nnd 1 haw no clmi'.H$ wUl do, 'whale: hieh atUcke.I hi.s Vi" 'I. It watontbo spern

I VVeare reminded by the arrival of many: .. ."-.. good in the North nn.l: Wo.st. It i H a spcri- 2iml of July, latitude! 33$, l longitude 36 59.e '
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i I nurcitizens who have spent the.uuinrnvr ot theI' CPU1Ultl., ;I ..f j.,' ." I" I, ;"i .: 1.t' .- c/ .! men or tho argument of hominsm whicfiMr. ''Fl \\'haJva a.vory I-irge l one, yielding bit
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North ". 'I"' t. cs I i i. .. .'. _. ., (Clay may read, and-friends of tin* Qnior., rniy h ttti'Ircd and lane! barrels: of oil. When
that the winter .. flr4 ,
i is lin approaching, I U I Q 0 .
f l'_ I die: >fnt their leisure. The Souhern! Rights; l la-ibej tiiij.whale stovaan.l capsizes:1! tnt;: batt
{ I although stilf foci .the( mildnoas: n su'm; 1 I -- P----I-r' rSr. '.. s, partf, Iir .thfir fditlcation, do not require 'j'.J 4z wjih his be.iJ, and ihrj Ijn-? catr 'it the Ij o; tho

tnernir and the fol jape remains green upon the JolWR, 132 1----:. I5 02 33 Increasevote. : 1 ; _,. '. ,AYhen thc'T:VolutiuanryCol. Hiyii'j f lt>n !hi';. 'bost-stecrer; John.; (H'itT, nya.-fy !\t\.erin'f!

t:; ; treet. 4 few'strangcrs' have nlreqdy arrived l'ulj1un, I' :38 :: 371 33 28 .; 5 .. .. ::6 2" ., )life, seventh years ago "or m ns :i m irtyr ti.libcityt'no .I foot.-While ill :.1'? w.i-or, !lI-i:* tu A hr?. knfar

and we Bra assured that on jncreased, number DU":1I, 240 97 : : cd 23: 279 f 4,1 ,t' "'2 3nnu '. rights mid till il:. of) the p'copleweii from hi' pock: .ind fill the 'i'l- 1'Jl'V.II.t

: bo 4 NI 83 79 I 4, i 77 89'' 12! ..DCrczsC! 4 .'' ., : imperfectly understood!; but at this! diythe : !boat picked" up rh.! "r'w..l i in :iiiii th'i vaL!
1 may expected. H trion. .. I : l j 2t) 215 : (, ,lncrei1i 51 : ". me/jsengcrs of nrit h tyranny dare: not was very %t\!:''. C. : '. C;>t)!; I):.'Ytfl'1 his

The :accommodations!, for invalids in this Alachua. : I: 21 f' 1C3 1.19 19onrot '" venture. to hang a man tor a politc.il 1 oilitnce; : botnMantv!; an I g r*. .,1m 1 tnu m !.m thujas:

I. City tre now extensive and suited to the means: 1 M I ', ',/ ._' 1-18 Lt'' 9-1 1:12 LG; 76 Inrcasz vote. H even in down-trodden Ireland.! The American whale 3t ac\: .1 t:. t I. ; .;'' :-iti.I ilruh! r on .

; fif classt (,I lunthii, 3t8 ,.75 ti3 I! .!90 295 I Revolution established and vindicated'! for nil I : t the Ntt.-m, whf.-'r, : p-'trtntr: in'* \ ""'- ) U _.
f-vUitere The
every' > Magnolia,,Jo- t'C I S- 341 386 t 39; :O =Ol SG 1ncr'ase 'jJIO 3S -' I future tiiir, the prmoiplrr, t that overniiicnts:: I L depth of th'j' >tMI: Tiissn! t ick'V.i : s :rllt

I tel hus undergone considerable jmprovcmcw t Iskjhp \\k'ltlt"! )5 loSS I G5 J7 95 :;:, Incrc.&se Volt! 7.J.or are instituted by the pnoj/le; to pronritu) ihcir! ;; that: if threweverv o t.. i.binnl Upon tit'1'! -tc? ,

U i past,season a"d under ,th<3 supervi.soPitr in! ", ; .1113) : ag i 169; J90 .405 215: D.Cn 40scnnbia own comfort und convenience; a-i.l: that when I niulstartftl ih'j 'I'tiseMtcrii.: The while, th'iti'!

.J.. 0" .. a'' le L $hJ".wlli \ t .I .J'f h' of Jti J;: 'i 18t I .lC 36. 03, :&71. c ase 84 they bucoins destructive of ihos'! : <;n.I.', it'fstha' : went i>about half's'-rot- nnj faiv upon lha y

it well .. 'Frnlcmr: '., / & 3' .t :8 _. k .-: 33", duty: nf tin people! to nitl>r.nr.,1 if ne;qssary ': v>el l a secorul tiui" but wHh le.sr for c. tr.ip;. -
:tni'itijn: reputation'foriieatness !
't i I \ G ad4ez C \ / .P i 1OIct1rwi f.- .; -tit1.Llith I pi cjrely III re1crcllcc tq a vix Co !, ck..1
; JO-l 3:26 435. 1 J".c t '. ) S :>". *!W.Jt1J. *. i:vi-ftilbTo-TiLj.: boat with
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,; attention; and .conr. )rt. FLO'RJDAHousx J : 120 236 21D 17 1'. ', t-rdrow.ti"Ir..Crak. Pf t wV = 'J Jtli Ca ttinjj wiiSii

r :: carried on by Mrs- Copk, Ym'h .the I Itiiiiton: 164 155 I t{ 141 l.n 7! nHc'vote,31 nm oblolctt' and cn latch' hc'dl'CIJCn fi'\.lIh 8J br.lh, dArjirnf 1i'i1'nthirn. I C "?mi> '

1 present season nearly Myice the,ncc mmodi. H
i lions ofthe last season, its enterprising I.. I lIi11stloruugh. :, I f 150 J03 I 47 15 77 751 1nre&s "ot" 2' St:1to'mm1kc with Iho. e in whum thyyjwv.delegated : th-j nv>>! dl.s -.\! In mflnr. Th,*' thi" bnco.

proprietors O range 32 26' 7 J .19 20 Uccrca i power. For the prusuut it K ptr- cuu-.c.J 'him io' spout blood anti he ilk'il soon

: having) I leased the spacious and comfortable t. / % t I I 'I haps only! necessary for tint people of (ivorpin .' after. When" tho wljalu .wn. cut in Capil C.
Plabter' Hotel adjoining it, nnd invalids SmtrItosn'l I '_: I ., !. :, Alabami .nn.1 Mississippi to coerce thesirj: ;i I b-jrcaway t furFayaljto t.}111Jc .Ua.tie.

L -J '. 1 I \ I fundamental I principles upon ovvry 111:111: who. ; "*" 0
will evy. I J 1 1S --
find themselves{ usual J
II as wv1IprUvidt.d, for. t.Lucie }' tEl I .1, t I ;it home, claims their confidence. They' have; ;t; MTGiIN: (; ST&A3fXljATL11TIC.-Thp. New

I In addition to these large Hotels\ ,: the City HoH ). Dadc, I : c'' \ f.I I nothing to fear from a 'ureili s'mrcc. j: York correspondent ofihw Pliiladelphia! Inquir-. -j.

Mr. Papy's Prlvatq Boarding House I There! is great unanimity here on nn tn t \V'uhon! I t .g' i I. I. I : : j I crsays that ibcrcnvas a hold attempt miiieto .

iho large and pleasant residence! of Airs..An- Mrldi. .n. J I I I. f ._ JRJ, which I will mention: after relating nnI, smuJjilcsorne $3.003 xvorjh'of ; ,free 'or du'-
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'I' -, -- nr.C'ccf'lc.bout! tWCIi""I'lr* ago or innru l\ into New I'.irk
I d'.Tfon; .to bo occupied! ,by Mies(. Fajio as n I :;, on Iho List trip o'tiu 4C81fl- _
hail Convention
we ,
a meeting f Ih-j
: HI on : Ii i3oirdflgiOue will afford i" The ll"e rturns not official and may not turn out entirely cbrrect-thcy knowlctftJ
t nmplu accommodation arc Qm uppcrdistriclsnnd solemnly resolvcJth.it: I I j i of 31 r. K.: K. CoIIin.the'aennr! : ) promptly

I' 1 I of thc best class for nil who seek our compiled I troff'; sueh evidence, os wc have, I would WOlr no Northern goo !I.>. cotioii or woolen ;1 inlonti'jd' Inc iovoriiincht of ire and the result 0

: liealth restoring clime. .\Ve also lehrn that ., _. and would buv Kentucky horse or ho; !I, Was that fit :o --- ---- ---
; the accommodations, through the country arc I't; : for ,the future-wouM! rai.n i IInr OWl) pigs. si'nd i'l I._ _- .'t :
OHIO( ELECTION PROGREES nnikcotir ownJ-M.IH rn I hcplti nnt: inns 'Titerit K'LLD'mc.
Tnlinh'ns OF. UOKBIN-O H.\r.DE'f.-3Ir
: extended: and l Improved. The invalid of ihu.ScntincI, ( 'c,) in A Ed-
cannot 1 I FREE-SOILIdM. wore soMio! h'V'-'i forsnlo, by a Kerrtuckian,I, 'wareVhica.lc:1I wn; r h iHe ,1 in Pii'rswuficid

J 'I: I fail! to/jnd\ peasnnt] uarie, : wherever he may' his paper of.the ISih.in reference toth rec.fl'I I Tho Albin-, Slate Register, the secedingVhis l about Iwo iriil' *s from time villn:\vheru the I Mamc.on; th(- 1 tt:! nt''. i n.JI.p. ( uia'circlllUt., .'

: choose tqsojoqrn. election, after (aying to console himself and t \ : organ: says : I j Convcntinn'iva.s i 'helll, n nel Sunday tveiling; I I stances. IK was ;n "Mjinpany, Will anotln.rVoiiti I i

A reader by n laboured display ofihe mca rc "The result of Ohio Election i is full of il\ rrllc-; nftrr lh (,oiv'nhini hail ailjouriie: ;, say: ; on :. : inatm fma!;"-i 11| in1.thf't| f !'; 7r; frill trornV "
Q The evidence ofhis party's: success, concludes by ion for the \Whig ot NewJ York.-Thrro .ih'I.: Fridabeforeshe! t>.-(:-crttarv; riNle-up! i l.Ptn' V j'I u--i4hlioi-s -arij; n.. '.-Pi'| .,II 'h.i ., -.iii-1-'shot. at, "ud .I 'I

Weather. : Femarking 'l'ec.scil? hobby has been ridden by the \ 'lig*j dojrloshcwr ina |lori: hI' Inr; pine, ,as 4 I. h.w. :.. tiltii ,%. "'.!'-ui''f;| fl'1! 'I.,. ;r..sa '

& During the prost few dayshas been xvar'm. r in uh.tancc, that from present appearances -I t So the lull extent, with the hip of aimin t: I II and, to siscertat i : irn o:>iiiMi!.! tit i.'ji- .!h i_ .,.t \' ." .5:11"1"li'I.... .. I.., ''1! > '.)"." .. .I

i find pleasant. Cloudless ekie and the l uUSatura is as likely to be L Inck tho>cvho havr irotu: after A hot it oim: .' i hi; Jjait-thr l'--r.'v; : 44 Iti-t* ct t -. .-u. : ;,t.9 t, ..--1.--k.4--.L-. ,.. ..il 1
fj one wnv. UJS the: other. That admission from.I The Nut Yotk l Barest, another organ of .IIIaino *\ \; m )df'nI.il\.: th** >.'" p ; .If ;i.i.n. 1 :1 fl :. ri'f.oJl.d. -., i ." .. --or''I'
I' ter at 80 bring October to a plcasarjt t him. "CotoH'-J.! I -, ,. ". ,
oncsojittlunpi Iq;concede to. thcqppasifppariy I s sfctsays: I i jlo ;it ; \U' n-itl -, !'jpi'cil; :n :|. .1 :, .'u "' "L' l al.: l". fl1I1'Ulch. 1
f1oJr, the rclli\ of lriI !: Tho Whiz party in Ohio; ; h.:. ten ruinc.l; j reso.ution! 'Ull i to Luy h' i ""-- *-.Ii i al lujjK'lucky. '-.:'I- .'t. .." ,H ". L' \\ ,..; ,j' ... I l' ,,I
p man'* dinner or a "* : I.; 't. f 1hl nr.J. ,
--- poor (
-.- : by being nbolitio'nized. A powrrfulVhirf" I ), saul.h"f f "1 ; :!>!r i '. ; ':f; 'J avj \ s.I. rfr. H .:'-< ( "ilf' *
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a I umph.i s c, long as' a loop remains upon wliit 1 i ito j i ; >;alo in the r.nia hL'cll eotivcrtvd, niul:i j pI.,1; i tic! ? re'IuM'o'is! tt> kzse '.I"1li.I'r.Z-d.. ; )p ;j/: ..t'1; .. 'll'I. : r-fir ad...;" ,j'd i.r"mtv. it. .
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: Quick Passage. hang Ji <|aub', wa, to our mind, abundanlI. -' I$j I \turned over tQ cofocoisni: beeaiHi! I iln \\'hi'4 i. th!i u:1tuiunlJ. ",1IrII)3 t i' .114 .' ....*; q.{' ., : ,'j' .4"._ -3Iv.-r'': '.x." )...rh.1ss -

I A large number of ou- citizens who left ,New l ly significant of lilt \\r\\Q\\ state of thin?* unit i j j Illwrc i i eh'Kf'' io 'fall-: in tht!. w.II,'.! of" GidJiIlJ; ', .Iall.ri' 'n'-"r. n:1.1 ';t'0 1r1ruhh, : ,iu.l.'it.. .';1: -1., !tft-. I c.utJi. tit G wf.ii". .h.; ,: .

I York of : I ltootan the Charkstfiri ,
on Saturday lad at 4 P. M. arrived.;r& fully prcpa'rcd.usljtf! ir news victory t I I I [ It". '
'If t: f! Governor To' \Ciiitl-mV ... 'I
holibv. uhcro ttv :'Hin.h lh'ni-ainl. ofti j vn: m.' \ I-' 1.
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.in Wednesday evening, Tnnking the paisiige brought by Thur Jay'g mail.% .There is not tin1' upon ; irr.it m .' wili :\ ::li vnlon i {it Jh f :,t. Thcrt. ? an-j'lstjU i
i uc tVhij s wnulil never j go. 'I'llI \V'/iig/ catitli/ ,: hla. In'I : !pet'io& i.i : ,,.. ;...- ''! .t,.", "ccotul'tiiii'U'.s: the

.t 1 from Near York City to 'Ih.Vplace in about shadow uf.question tjifit the 1 legislaturu; i* democratic ii ilato fur srnvrriior. !in this .rccent clucti.m m. nn- -p:''p.V' I1 ,kell: wit:1: an "tiiLtnr ... t..: '.. i. W..ty..j'I':"<'n ni';ii ,W'I:I. .lrltrn at South. .-I..*.o, ;. 4, /''.

f four days. by H nvijority of from Ihnc to six an.I Iprobably ted plaiIfl1111u-! rctlsImm4; would lay downI'nriH :' r 'l'i'*" iJttlUlf Ih IT :I:1lly: rl .tI.lIa .;* t. b\j1..i.t' *" "'n :l.J.JIIIlJr! Ni>..tort.n :) i'l'lIH'tt im'4i'riy:, t-,
: in this State, but much he do nllutll'd bprmsja with1 n vivfo J.1t. ti1t:1. arit.r ,. : *' ,
; as
I more thus i U our stain re li-OTi<:tl from: I : '. ''i ":' \ ; *t.l\ IH: It' I ihmk t it will '
1 1.bcrtoo the new Steamship Florida to Savrjnnah under'j' the rnoro '\vooly-hftailf*.r Aboliti >nists l wouldd'imigniii I U nppcr.-ila I mr? ''h.,t I tlio (j .5S\)uili I e iu !vIlr-: : :.. 'r.' '' d'. ...". *'\>M dtin'Ci'i! t'e OIllhu L lie puzzlo

: arriving out in. COl hour, and thence from the JempoiVirynuuiifltiggcry) \ \\ ; ; | ) inofo, ni'd the 'un-cl'qwllf'C wa Is, nvn who flatter theinseivj-j linl tliu: l,Jjt
h y the Wm. Gnston. The, speak in the jiigh t vlii :h i'Jmd lecn brought) hy the false light I ,that: whili; IhiVki.-r lip aitl: \'ullh'r lu-ad.s ran Nor' Izirn JIrreosfJn. i i'to h'.* stuyt-o;, .i i y 1 ihrj ;. : c.4.:. I r. ,' f 1 _-. .

f .jt terms of the Floridn' bo h. for sea qualities' and empty pn,fc.ions uf our opponent?. .)1.., !loll nnpUirr Abolitfon candidate; scores lu.I.lseorrs l mi pnwifje of the' adjustment? bills, hil\'., j >',';! k-, ; id Ii'' 1 :-r.scor A ixunJr:.,-It i'n relut.il! 1.' .tlJ7 .'
\Vhiis .lh cry (HUIp. Iioneli' from fhuwsi 1/.1"1'; l : 5 '
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;!uid comfort. She brought out 202 cabin and pubcll i i perhaps rH. 'clr'tl but if so, i it i is..by i j prcforrud lemporary the Craun'rJr"' \ 1V ,. 5< (.' 1.r':f" 4* i IIJ|., .iiiiiiti<:;.", 4VMIilm If 1
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number .
|iimph of thi; IKMivjcracy lo any niuniph ofj \v 11 T 1)1 ,"::! l .., I.- ;,
DO sterago paa enJers.,. We notice in the list;' a greatly rcducfd innj'irity; nofwiilivtanding, : j nsjrttJom. The Whij; pnrly revolt 'from Abolisonisin :j. the present friends! ,..i ."-.'ut b11U lights I ; WCI''C.f n .' r: "'I' :- r.! ?: : cM'Kifry'.vovi :
:Ifll, ( 'i i iV.
J tlp2ssogers: thc;fp.Ifowini! for this place} ; ". thl'nds: conMuernhty: increased v'toi\t ithuj( j unit .Atiuli'itn eiindidtttrs." : f.'d 'MlisN. f 11m I supp.i-w' I in'; h Ii cllrrC' tt-d.! ,, 'I/-T.i. .*.,',' ,.s pi'. hut "\"d*.*.1'"."knuir"" "i .ofs lu' .

.2 'B.-P. AnJerfton. '' Jt L AtZt' n'turu honM jt ccur; a TII'XI'York Kvi-ninir I** 'I "J.1\'S'; I j, their pre'Hccrion! for n 'con.so'i.Jatccl (J-f'r 1.flLflt. Ie" I ..
I ftev. Miy.lVrighi a his tq tpng: (y\I. ; : --M. ; ; .I tml. veil ) iiidfrr
: -:::I""'*--"I1-*' ..-.|r---* ..MlVl1t(, IIKjjoliican \I. ...T Mtr-if J t .!iontyn as the l:icp.. !s i ntfs f op?. .- _I" renvmnrrth''n Mr. 1jirlit Pjttiz'. tt \: !. .!. ; .. | jp
Miss Lee.nd Mr. ---? .-,- .. .....,. ". ,,_,' ; ,::1 4 -: corajntir: lfSi'rtntvSiin
t ?air nks rind family.. "- 'I''-S- "J'I7Jl'l I1.-I.IIIII f' ) t In ft!' liy=.lLn : ,
; than the patriot nnd, too much of a |j CitnJiii.itsii- | I t' ollllw I ----her- bansl! iq'Jf{ : 'iI I tlu-ir' .I'I\-r't"-nl'u| n report front 7 '. .... ;.s..fefa-q h., u". wlJW ni ..t .
a -
--- tiimmrr, to be :r safe depository of ,jhu impor-:|! p.ipua--v.! itsn.avjj i hy (lie i'I:'. I.ICt nt 1:1: uhu'in miff: f' "I' "s'hi'et'Illlj SliJ.HI1n':::7 1.4'I; )'..-.,- .' '. P b 1," : \'I..c.nl: ,' \.ll TJ '." '11'"h,1. r"-. --1t
: Torch Procession. thu l-ist i- ... l o II4-'ilt J:|[ ji;. t' :.' \.,. t.. sia .tr!l.IdLt. ,. .'"I
; : Light tant interests, which nust necessarily' to sortv ;: i.: -A .'r': tli-iing! >ii<:u-for| In; _r 'i-i'! '-:'*11 'id .npnasin;! t the cI. ni-u-.; "4 .;' f if. :. !'.I' 'ipc'il'' .. SI''Jf.I! tlf .... ,
\110.1lrl'PI' "-> 'i nlnn''i ".,"; '....,' .. .1. '
The Democrats of this bo i o.: : IM ': ai t41lil I I.I.I ti-rir. Tm r .I '
city met rMfiit confUded ) n 'l. .
on Thursday"vcninj to our j p"rtH' M.ulIlli :''t.I..t ". ,"
representative- ,
tilt i I 1'111.111.; : [ : :" '. ". t: f .. .. / '
'u :al' 1I11'Jlfll .rw. ,
; last and Jorrned a torch-light the councils of the n:1ton.'n : 'r'lurm'll 11II1I't'llhmc"'j1f !:l't"lIfp'rita"-! ? Jrrn'.;-e,: .-. '. .. -. t': ,' : -' ij.. 4'-,.,.t,'1 ... ....t4f. /' .. .
willing !! \\ : ,
proces- not -iiinn. .
nro L'lvVrti i il|) :C11 jnii.-fiire; veax"*n.r*. I'i-; > .1! 'ui; ./' -i ; .. \\ LI': : I '-1, I '0 "-.rtfs., ,... I .
inn. 411 honor of the, redemption of the 6&nlc& lo believe M. C. absolutely! ui; ;i--r -. iff .1 i' a", ,! 1-: 'fnr.:: IIIItrI.I: :\ >* r.'sii.i-l.itil' ,. ., f. ,:'.\.". .. .. J -.,. '."..'.0.-.- r4.r..tt f..-.r'',i..: > iKf i '

jr.m. Whlggery in its .U istatur The pro henrtimponlhe crcat qucs'bn at i-ssU* t btl wren: HI II.I: ;;;.<. t-' oon-.i.h-rblo* .station.t. i ios'atJ n;'II'I' (Irf (i"'i. '..,:. v. i ..:,- iJmt the S..yfri}, .:'I .....t. r t.\..: ',.. ';'. ,t ''. ., ;, t 1 : ;'

"esMon preceded by music with torches and 1 the South! and the) North, but we feel that\ \VR i;' to -Cou ui: : s-J'. :) l'..itviiis 'Irorn the third District, n'ci''f i m fl.-I !;:111 .J'- n M- L Fill'fi,. ro .A!I1.r. l .f I t {1.( .oJ''..)t., ,1 :-:1" .-it '; .::.g.'t... ._ ',.:,. '. .."-" I I,
;; '! .s >inply: bee.iust he is urn' .'fail: in tIm if J 'It.'fII:, ..
more t'halft,1til ; r'
< 'U.tmtor on which i'nscrihed 'The have mnw'lh.in) sufllcicnt I..I !i's iiintieh S/t ; :\ 't .t i. .
was Con. reason to fear from !i Frcl iii. r tiuiii hf.s D.'inber.iiic .I 1 h'i\ it'f. ; \ \ .j,' :
t "omplilllr.'e nr' .tlnfltt.w.mi.i ,, \ rn.! \; .. ,. 1': : .. .
pr": '(" ..4Ut.I J JVU t-t: .i e .\ .1'fJ'lrl.oa. 'z'.. .
past ; considerations it over tlc NortUer States ;: : pfic-fy( : us tint the.'.'G''a'.c,: h'j I : \ .,; ';:t. 5t .;1 M,. Ut.i ,.. "t"'I'V"t ,' :

;'avyrd through )Iho various Mreet.; cheering r i"rC' party; will' be permitted, (too far to'.' unit l particularly in this State, tin effect '.n.Hla \isft. ,. _'f J v: I. ", ;f1' ?;. !, "t. ., vmj:. '. .Jlitt .'.. .. t n'.ar1..: .:,.; ,.'."J'.,'. ". 'I,

t ,1 I ; nil who were known Democrats including; } the I ou'.wi'igh with? him, the higher ones country of be the the same lart'c For tim masses of t the/ people! ,\\1111 In the pffnjr :HI.l fursiniif t (f r iJG4 when; I --s/. .:};;.i;;, J.I.'. 'it.m; ;:, t..:I!.f'.( 't ftf: :if ;.lj'KJ) 't.r.Il..1r .'
I !Jadics. Hous.es were illuminated and! an.l hinccv.c .shoulJ hate it arc 'lhorniig\ly' opposed :h Cfrr.Ilin! : hmrd4! "I'$ rr:. Ur1j C;-1" IH I. t 1.1 "1 .r( ,4. ,Of f..r f.lt trH. !hcl'U t tf . .
rntbuMa \| prcfcrrrtf 1nj. Bearcf1 Iny't! 1' slavery, nnd, no organizationsof I rivagint: Ivis: ? I\.t/"tnl.l.! Wl'r. '., .1 ., ., ,. .. .'... ill .tI"d \ "" ..
Oil rll": 'w' :L I ,
ic wero the cheers and us our lvicJit% at a-d: Cu ) a ti ''h.. f., ,. "t'r H.lI, '/1" ..
the responses Washington for in piny >
I particularly ; ndlition n-im-inoDuvros of th ." federal I administr Gh"e:1wnITl'hr": ( -, 'in I 1t:.4! ofh iff-T.v I : ? H'r r U..' I U I ,1: ri.,' pi'" t:'

by th lad lea. No ncridcntoccurred; ., the faet It his being n dem.wr.-r: ;< .1 citiz:; "i\ '.lion, will b;! able! to eel that: no i i->:i J.mt! li'calr',1: t t.1 osmi I :,1.11111. 'H"lt.II'. i:1 .t 1nll,111| <, .5.: I limit .I.-eat d 1 1. r' wim- Ctfl.4t: i z-ai-t rurcu tjh1U,! .: I .
ofhen l. : : iitiitC.c
Hid nothing trapupircd to girD offience. of stcrliri.:; fidelity: to southern! ijj. lits am m hc.tdx.. { --. -.. I in Ri<.seI| County. '.1''fl' jrocxl marksmen b. ., :;. P :. .
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wholly .ineapa hl'',. of ei/mjitomi; "i', $jinder any ?fcrlinji in Tfobitc. i l IfiR! stillcr.icollcc'cl nrnvd. .\f company; ; lit fifiy ne.i nf lufrer \\'CjiI: ;f"1111 -'J'lIt'sd.t\:; :;: !;:. nnel In ,1!

j I ,'\ Ai'rivals at the Hotels and Boardlas circumstances, with; the ('Il<'rnh'H ofour chcriMiv Two largo public meeting* have bocn held her of the rnr was hnstily :4:111 as time iimt ; : .T: ,!\" ia' :, : n
i in Mobile! 'in my uncert.iin; t ( : fet
I I ) to Southern : : 1 ,
f \; Houses.It l. birth right Jn.tittiiois.! -Thq carrying I(Over CHIt of the o mcctiiigf the lion.wrongs.F. I H i iiro%cni lo the prop} >tv ofch:%ruin) :: the luninrjck. : $ ,: a oIilllgCh'w I

I is i a matter pf kwJU to the Keepers of IIo- of I the'General Assembly; secures Jo.us; thc nil i J Jifnporlant I Hopkins presided, who addressed I he 'meet A.ing I i The Cnpfnin propcwd i that if twenty t : t| or.u..i: a :.i.2IlIr. I1J.au: \\4 e* 4
I i int ni'.Mi
would :(
/ 1$ und Boarding Houses, that the arrivals advantage of U. S. Senator: fo r tho : length! in favor of .thr CIIIJ1proni"o Jt"t of 1 l he 'would! volunteer 'ho. would! (vita-:,-; ifnlJt. : I Wllle.> r ')mrl.-m4'" us r.\r 'tnl f.r. "'
trail .for \'rJljtJy 1
.tii! respective" establishment! ho reported ue.M six years ant! to! filling of the ;m-w ''*. j jwiial the last Oongross. II was; Jollowed l II y G. N. 1 He sc'rntchcd nn expected! reilt'rIca4'r, ; : 1 "tJfz I:: I n.! from th t II"w"ibu -. ":.1 '
Stewart in II line wihhi:f f j sword the _.. 1"iurlliirlcily. -
; weekly, while on tht other hand, it gives in* : Stale oiiccr.4.Vt.,rily |:!ho Pipe* laying ;j Esq., fivor of resolutions' ''lIIitJ|rr:...* and im'clIll'cl'nll who) would on f ** -- ,
t tl ltI by him which were :d'kpiil.: 1'hl* Chair-, 1 enter Ih- UnuLrThl. lifor! ffrNe;; Lonuon 11
terest to our paper., It ivijl' fiord us pleasure yarrr "pinning nn.lolher miserable :''c.hicanery I|I men of tho lither ml'I.n'C'W;. Cols. Deas and 11lnlJIIle fo walk up tin scr:it
to inset 1 1 hern but we shall not beg for the luts, i pracjicfd! by tho whig, at ona of] tho pro-i I Phdips., Thuforin"rnddre"s"dlhe' tiv.'uti'ig in until i\'all'I'I'"P ihiMMiemv' mill( the hamm "*'.-!- r.ot.ch'arl'lt;I |t WM tftefii to him.Ve ilon't like to s.-iys how it -f-- "

nor can we sp'ire our hands to_ send for them, 'cincts. in our immediate assembly l tlislrict! will eloquent lerm, fuljownl t hy f*.d. Chosnur; 1J. t he ten "nIIJfJt'crVem Ind Idt ire loln'rvtrd: hit j I I we !ot, Mr5-Taunlwt Caelf. say : ,\

t. j, if they are sent to us each, Friday'rrornlng: we 1 however it. prevailed at the the moment II IIl J l hv kimi. J. A. Camnhell' mid D.m. Cliantller.; aqrs. :,tul i1'oIorne sisl)31u' mice. nil The I men of .fiimslicx; I Perhaps the s'crifwouhl like to have you' : J:
I1 koic
E Resolution.1*, of a deej.,leu .Suutherii nii. 'rll'I.lint.,1.1., ,.._ _unmarried. .tnt' :say } ou Jot youri. / Li
i !
; *ill! publish' them, but without this, they will I of linlo! : avail !o far as thn' ulterior' o'bjfCt aimed character were unanimously; ndol'r rJ.rrho'. -V.--... .. >.w."r..1. ii i- CII:1fJIII"J n 11,0.: -- ,

.net appear. at. i is concerned. nnd those engaged in it, will Mobile Dilly Register : 'Tli.c moc is the mO'I'cJan"rnu-, n.Mot uct.-d! :i rFAST s"AVixa -
says ,
puuce mC1
J with a Flortd.T I Tc : !
1 .1 -.-:--;.- -:--- :' t Jnvc: but their, labour fur tlinir! pains nu'must url?s of 'Cq n;r.ss '\'C'ro.eviscerated' and examined found!! Ijsu. carniriitfn- ., ; and nu ::ui: ean be I t. ReVlcll lel1": 1to JuIlo\\"mg good

r. ,;'The Census. f hear the odium of the misiloing without any any inrpariial 1'1aJ{: irately, reil'.ctiuV and .collectively.!mind could And listen I how ; were v.dy clJa-l"1 en |[Ollnfff| vitiipffrate the; dw"er.WII the ivn who J tllrr 4 Thrr: tlff'hcr. 1.lcilrmgt rcrnuklhl. : sI hJ

\Ve)Icarn that the Deputy'Marshal( ), (Mr.ebnbaur .. commensurate' profit-we envy .them not thecIfconmp1ncency suc-h: un (expose. and not comeo the crmclu 10. irmlo ho le-Mhniro: the ofa sjn;:c Cotton State ii as-: !'llIliflIlce ru 'HI" tIIfI/.r$ t nr,. in the ,% \I

) has completed the (Ct ziti, nf his > that may be produced by slOTh that tha |Svulh: hat just cause fur lutne.iitation ; ; "nhnve: people nrJ\'f! it repixwnts us the ten 1.01.IImtcer i&i I at a It.lrl-e, : a---' A 1)
f rre,1!
I .tho operation and, arc entirely disposed to and niouXning rathcr titan fo, were to Hit country, .illCt) : (: ItI
nnd is in, ct> rvjoicingi nil I I i 1m!- ditflenl : ho.
d\r now \ o country actively, t ics rornr-cted with i SI'Jp (' -rI!) I Ifa,
i i" J.
leave .thorn, in the undisturbed enjoyment oftht impossible for its to conceive, f 'from n separation i t ttIf.fliflg. nrM'ni duly ,
"Jed! In taking the same'there.! His boat weI'.clicro \ .our present glorions Union will "nni h. shaved I'v Ge"m&I1 who lnl been I ,
nil! nt work -'
% : .comprises Putnam Orange, Si'. Lucia accruing glory.JMI'OaTAT The ".southern-rigfii.H": m-'n ot Burke county, i! T.wnphi"-- Iu.t. i I the etnib1jiiiriettt for one'r Iwo fr! iv. AboUt .

nnd! St. Johns, counties. \Ycnrc n!Is? informfdha.tlhp -i r in Gtir.h, unit a rnq .t.ill: 00 thc )ht in>'f.,'at FOR THE UlAttlSSTON M(tlleU'ltY.!;nr.e. ; .12 co.k! allnlra.r. r'YlJ'Ir: Ct'-III' in IInf' ul1Jcrrcnt .
; 'vtiil2 111I\.' lIc1ulltc.1 rC's.IIti'UIi;: strnllh' dent ; I % / illlll lr "p. ;'al un at th" .
FROM .. : ;lnf.s
DETROl'r.I ')nn'lb..
inhabitants rifL Augu" j j.t .New 01,0'1.16. :
| qumbor I ziicienry If time IRlc; ) I, er ["'MIn.-In 'U" t .
AdJl! IUlcllt. .J %
They tJis- I'e 0simg$ : t2: Hi,1; .
(tiDe ti* ascertained by this census is i now 1931tlm }, j jI Mare negro excitement in Michigan The yitttiary! I It claim alt hI/uno ibmiiott tti tho'n ICIS," you soun: furthw.pniculurs bv the ni-i1c hj'QlppI.r.III.f. wtt I' ttl.r.. ,
its Aneriea.Jo
t I. Havre ,
.t { under at .DrJrott. lllundtheili tiLe "Cotton market, .f"trnn ( -
arms 4c. ; p' ;''
lu th .was IIdroppc.' lHi ., '
.. dt'rmn'orv
h n decrease since 1840, ,when the ref DHTROIT, O,.t. 14.-Tlit-, utmost r.xcitoinfiitprtaiU ) th'-rnsc-Ivi's 4'hnrll'CI\ Ueoriausd I pmot.? Thirty persons had been imprisoned, cluirllcJ, rJZ. sntihn.nr! .. ,' tmncj i ;-; ,

,.' ftjriis ftfiowllitrc were 2459. This dccr.me I here to-dny owiM; ;to the nltrmpts\ to redress pledge which "to' ustaitT\any; mea.-urci of i in I-rnnco fir nn attempt to nsfore Iha Bour-1" "Yd!;' : t .. ,. f
: thn wisdom of the e.t! dt
1f coU\'cuiolJ ; rnl19 thr
Fl f:,I u ni f.in n great wcnvtro. 'from the, fact that I South.Thchpu recapture. one or two fugitive; : slaves from the may dcris-! They return their'"thanks to'! Ir j; i to hnn have?. Ihc no chance Prince for de .the Joinvilh* i is considered"! beard I Cter mev, I tiP-. : .tjnEHm;..bi.jTh.In :'sen ; ,
PrcsidencPres -
V i ? S40uwing IhqIndian dilHculics man of JJcrrit-n Jr the ullie and patriolic, manner in .j j ident ,Lows N'Aroito.t tlnordcqr.tn. '. ;., !.u dlmOrolDJ, I
:will '
r' nfnn lri hmu:, whovas thc.nrfl. which hoi\ has snid favor the rc- IJu ('OIfl'I blck .nnl.
'? in the defiindcd southfrn Uu .
the i rkhls
i'dividual, who are not i and !, t p inform of th; ,ll'lro's' \\1 rcbolll'C. has iieon southern institution in hi.I'df 3lR.ssaep. ilt-rr was." long as it I'.
?, arid they tender? him in ''' _
nd ilio51MrL'to .
4'titry In Town nn Franco
ihrft lived nnd inactive.i
(: .jnitackeil.I Finvipm worn freely: used, on both: the n.vic of thc citizens! of Burke Several -_ oj "l "I .
t ', th.cruvcr th<"n Volunteers In ." ,'dvho J,: Miles,, JinH '1)100(1-, Ins been *Iit"il--lo what ex- honor of 'public dinner. The Auj-.usta.CpnJ'cpmiiy, 'he!i I battalion* of Huniwrhnsifi Iho .luMrhn; nr- IIIr.sN. 1UA.t.O1n.\V'u---- I. ,

1 nro- now clsewhpre. There has: btvn l lent, !in 'h hurry of.Ihe mament, I have not stinuionnlist n approves of their invitation, nnd I i my liavn shown signs ..fv.It., A l'nl'i r.l- in : '\'c"rJI! Omh1 p"lp' thrat $bIsnhl4riou4 f it hiiic& l.
has been
been !nl'li!" to uc'r'iIIl1., MsJnc .% cy dis.-overt-d. at M'ilati., Angry notes will| i Jdl'id":11 .
I, the rely trust f it will be flt\'f
that but accepteif-Jiml iaal
::.a.iy changes since 'itw'., on : ; I' |hnve 1 lecn exchanged 1 ctU''l'n Atistrii I4JLlIiil (4flJ4 to'trhl. fluVa" "
Mr. rr 0
time honored iins heldiUo/vn !: Ahnnt three hundred negroes nre encamped Berri'Mi's eloquent voice may.before mam'y ]Prus h about < o.\'f'r n111'.cailnt.C. reI
i 7iiule our city, ilavs. be heard i Jerm.in nJK-irs.: ., The-Archbivl. LJttik'tt! SItI: eU'ut, by .ibu .;
Auidivtch 110-
) hnre Wnynesboro'
lit Of ; opposite in byhalf of CClilllmCoIIUOt'r '
) '* nn.i. .!! (opi ntjTunn, N.irdjniii, have lir-en buni.shed i at J'evclanJ' in _
in pOI'UioD'muc'1\ bttter than* < iplt( t he causa oft South ,lorortrsreppmir 'Ib su" urS.J5.0JO. "
Qiiflwc. Mo t of ihpso arc runaways from the nnd of the course, tbltfl J thefrpqwer. It ii i I'nililhal; hu if'
1 Slidhasfurnt,he4 wives for : : United Statw. They do not hesitatejo threaten honor, tiers'?, rind safoty call oa the ons T.to military. nn.I, Cum, urllJthcn! rllIlizu CU rtc.ilthi" ,
; gefflkmcflfrtflUm nursue in (Kia'nr.-tn... ,.. .-.....,... tI_ If-."__ ofj j I i naval rcintorcenvmts fur Cuba were jo >l nvu .nllt'fir hi'f'mail rob! I' hadsn1t pru1i. t! .
.Union and : ihti whites that ntlnppt mol st them. er ,.
'nil I sections of the ; may \n. S -- --- ---- w A
I !! | 1' D -------- I Sp\ia; OQ tlic( 15th.! The .stiinprs: Caledonia; tiull il Hw\vn strange 4nlims- j ,
I' left ns be '" in All runaway nejjroes arc invited to come in Ja.u Hihernin nnd Cambria omit, that hii trial nnJ .
f if; and fine girls, rca produ.c( :' ht ir t" EDWAHO C. Ji'Dso.todiiur proprietor"' arc to run between CV :mihl I"lel to ullpleasant convicrtioa ,
i ; 'Co whcrp yotiwill.throughout'Florida encampment.The of "N'wl Bumjinc: 0 diz and Ih"41na. Iiscfo-surcf. '4'h.tt '
nycountry. i ;* v-nMha.s been released! i I II CIIII Ibis mean ? Itjisajj
nod will find fair daughters of "fricnusof freedom, including nf course from Pti .;I, after sorvin?: out his full npprcn- I j Accounts from In-ILi state that Cotton ha* I cd our'. IHllt then that Jae will be b.if- .
you n great many furjous aboliiionists, are now Ilkc !hip to ihfegcn'lecnm advanced( a 40 per: cfnt.i I G probably fortiIt1zj' b.an.h
in .
I that en. Li
:BtV } Even in Savannah Gco. ncrfrd'itnble h mas' hii honor the reircat. -I 1 Tin: latent I1lI1tun ":!l1on1 we
AVgustlne holding a : meeting mayor :. niM cll\t ManJ. A large ntimher of i: accounts from thc American ex. I hpediiori e was! kn'\v-'ety wcJI "h.tI .

'representation of her4anghlrrs uill presiding.. Speeches were .madnby him S. his fri udC nssejublvd I to receive 'him} and .lo : in search of yu: Jon FJIASCLW stain ,"Ii qu.te rcgqrJc a ns n rc.tpeCIRble gentleman: .
e {nund., To thp ; to that IilJ: rn' of which hq p'n- G-lIphinizin on 1h'
most 1 serious uppreh'nsions of further! was unjuslv deprived. It etrated at 'far North ns any former iminiir i mmiIij a'dansrerous butimss
i. '. .y us n >'! ;ii. ond if you arc not C'np1 was a"complete tri- ; JIlUtO shrtfd ,
hue .
pay tfttio 1 t Iroulilc are cnh,,rtlint'd., The prisons where! uniph. Ned wields a vigorous pen, anti ?his The Advance n been .n roind! I, but got 0f( Tunhlijuftil. eqLiw.t. taken Iessons..6f j
:;ivU'di' then nrp ynV soulless. Officers ;t Ihc fugitives. incarcerated howcvrr arc well r.nf'micth" aider., abettors and Anoter ";:squ1mtnx' Jithrir has n g&l more Crn\"fh.rd & Ciwhizau..
4 Army and Navy, (heroes of many battles) have ; J guarded and f'scue'cn'. improbable.-..YiU"r'If' pf ALe "n.ecessaryerils--miy prepare for the i; heel sarrf'll to the nT-ct lint Sir JOH.I s.e.xpet 10 Gull'hilliz ttcJroitlrt'Iih coulc have taugbt bill &uw

ptciudre4 t' .; \.._iiuit'C n. f >1i IC': !:xfrm. lash.-Amtrhan .U hanc. f i f ilition vas wrecked a>id all un board: murder.. he money. 'nnf'.t( : pcrtecl-tiJet, Ji. 'iu.pockrt 44 '1
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\. I tc i HcpHvcd by death Mr. J. Wise, the rouuuthai'.rccclII: )' pubn -' "/TlONFORMABLY to Law. special session of By virtue of the power vested in me by law I V

.J : : jra ca a visit* to evpf Ocle3nl. It"heiI work entitled History and Practice L/ ,the Biard of County CoutmutloRert of St. ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. fchall expose for sale before the Court '

S 1p1acs curioiity un-l i ity inter.01i. (I-Ur"nnut.c. -.," from uhich! tho Inquirer th't Jd".!ortnty, will be held nt lhif room ia thn City House, door in the city of St. Au nMine on the first .

ucetI feelings or the t'u1er- 1'1tIll! following! intcreftin facth: j on the fiat Jay of November current, for ths! fsamnsiiou j THIS rS'1'4i ( LISJ1.11E.Y'hnv. Monday ii November nextthe following described ;
: of the ht of insolvencies and !hUd property, or so n, ich thereof as will the State .
innt liio ,i I In Jv.r- far J pay 'J _
olook on" he wilh .
r plnco
( i makes ni acquainted I| ing undern&Thorough this
destitute ito j' the' prc--nt )''nr. returned by the TJX Collector. Agxjral ? flrpair and County tax due thereon for the year 184!), and .
tin 1' .
of Ihnso sttll ,
reception ; quiet rfihe hcaiem thus a bee was In j is
nU' fcrrl..pjlou
e nttenJanee of the member) H reiiu.n-d. as j present reason, now n : the nwewary expends incident thereto, viz: light .
their rui sof th oil'at
ithind n > j H.OOO .feet) which flew 'awaymaking. ot CmptlnlFA1J1LI S'\\ V -
other balnea! 'iniponanre will be brought before i iJJy hunIIredaeroftantIsup3setI to belong to Ut.YL. ,
i4e Orpbii nylum. Itntrvdiau-lv a liu.nmincnoisf*. At the ultitide.! 11,000 feet, : thy' n t'lin r. i TRANSIENT BOARDERS can Iu\v p ciou. Towjand: n nonreitrentsituated in the county of St. V

'_ ik' room, ii I.ttlu girl olV.ntt n. ;ff'tt: litaift; wa.*; libcratfil which flew auiiy I ordvr.cf the I'rmJent of the Doard.i I Apartinuits.' I John. State of Florida, being the-.samn piece ol'and ,_ ,

1 tfll.'TUWIl fU.i I iniu iran: itt. tit -cllg, but oon fcclinffi, i i'1f: nbapdoneil in '. C. ZYLS'f JlAk CM ttuoa', Airy. J Clean, antI Vcl1- that \\Itul'.l.to. Mary M. Dunham us her .

|iie.I i l ILit mother, and bcnii! 'ic !muM ofan unknown( : n* It returned"a'zi St. ""iugustie,21st. Oet. 1650. 1 r2t44 Ihell, IIrnl"hd bal1tlioznch'-. $1are4)fheriather4: E Ift tc at New Switzerland I 'I
oped her joy ni being n *tt>r !, 'tfJdtrihAc /aysk/ hallow; then mu>ti-i iinrJroli : -TX 'Votiiiti? Waiititisr.Thy boud! on tlie West by the! River.St. Johns.raeasu- Ii .

'_ ,Atrlot parent. On cnquiUfa courage, it took, second flight and il ilh Collector'sc.. I Ilmtse is well known as bcinjj rcintly! ring thereon in front 18 chains and 30 links, on the V J

were excited rclativa.Io td downwards to the earth, describing n tortuous Br virtue: of the power vet-ted in me by law 1 Built, Expressly with a view to tho arcomoJ.ttion'uf North by land ofLauia Fatio on the East by vacant

_ yet perpcndielar( track. A pisjeon' let till ll expose for eale before the Coutt Hoiue ]1 Iiica'HJs and others, being eniirely lands, nnd on the South by lands formerly 0* V 'V

"4. ,. the dreadful lnnvuloNu under .similar cireumsltncus floarded a moro door i'i lh' city of St. Auju. tine. on ihe first 5Ion- liuiit nf NV'iind!, with Rooms connecting, Foldin ed by Eloonora Colt. V V

< t Nnichcz, when a M.VMUH cui'iiitis spectacle*. Piacci on th,) <:d ro of the day February" next, the following t'scibl'd.pr"p' ; Dours, &e., which rcinlurs it Free from Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before the day Q.of .
DJ BO ihrrrof will ihe Slate ansi ute.
erFV/ as :
...tU'girl on boar.l, statin?: ihrjt car, ft rchted awhile mvasiiroi as it wun.1, the pay Dainpiif'ss. Fircplncns) Bliml-j to windows ;
due thereon
for the
county tax year 1850, and the ]I R. n. CXOhtlil iTand rx-off. .
out with thfl tUH J just befrietJfnrncuccdftnd lireadth of that uncxplort-d se.i, which it dffiiitied datetoviz j j120J I through, opinii i on Piazza l'wlUcllaclu'U
neceat-ary C1jCnC5jUC1JCflt : Tax Assessor and Collector St. Johns :3
cApril .
thitnn.hr return, i to travorce, IIcliwnchll1j into the I I ceres oJ'l.TiJ! being an undivided.hilf of'one 1 Hiuiiln-ii) Protfctloti from Rain, Cold! 2", 1850.Tax V, '"';'.'\I .

- _|ljo| Louse entirely demuiistuul-site nbyss, it .fluttered jrregul.nlynnd! fw.l at. hundred acre trac.t situated between Duibin's Swamp VViiicU-&c., forming n (IcsirablonEinnAT! from ..<

oktng fur hor nmlrtfe* in every (I.Jiril to try its U'ng.on Iho thin, elrment, till uf- and the twelve mile hou'e, gin to o1tf Johns Bluff confinement at all soa ons of the }'car.- Collectors Sale. \ : .,

4, [ bid *olmort jurritpd nt 4l c paln- tt'r n ti!\ strokes it gamed more coiii'uicnce! 'from S. Augustine, which sail tract has, been re- The,HOUSJ is situated aciiv South central virtue of ihe power vested in me by law, I ., ) .V.

I ; the was buried bcncatlufhumpanniiu nnd whining in largo cirele or spirals 1/ko/ ceutly surveyed by7ihe U. tote,*, position, and retired i from other D\Vellin I ts. By cxpoe for sale before the Court House V f 1 '.

. .u .pb .proy. it prcfipitat* ] Itself into the AUo 501) acres nt Twelve JlUe swatup being' part The House contains 45 Rooms with additional door in the city o(St. Augustine oa the first Monday ,

(. i the' boarftirorcd (oofUttfchild fin?: G of4tbhtkM 1'fotfhrnirij".1hrwRIl f'Jn,&. r. grape e fWftwa' 4JittiU,wi.ig described property, -: ,

if I $ whlta the girl return- j from sightr In one uf his nscoents; he held) a the lUih July 1SJ4 by the Spanish Government, rcnlehfcrt 1 ,i in->renaral( .*-',76t '.. !ll&c, '.or jo mucbjthereof! as will pay the State and County I

} farther *JttrchiKS during licrnb- I dhliint: convrrsrcioir in tho cloud with Mr. and recently surve>ed by the Uuited Inlt'l. lot he SUTiluiwd.. V tax due"ih ehff P he )atM, W-iMr-6 .ce. ."1'it.. \
ilarl d frojn New Orleans-thotiniiuf IJil1llin'hl uoc'IIc1cdYith another ballon Also 500 acres at or near Deep creek on the Fast Tin wdl aimed Ropu'a'ion this House !.expenses incIJvntthereto OIH>,.fanndrrd acres -

T boat board.relurnin : about i lie sumu time. side of St. Johns River being part 01' a grant for fins from Year to reM hcqtiirud.it will h.-th* | hr.J more or Irs,skua ted on the South Julington

; on -- 2JI0( acrs made by the Spanish Government to Ceo, Proprietress, n ..n.\YI i aim to s3H'!:ai. 'and I Creek in j.c! County of Sr. JQ belonging to .
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: j trip every: inquiry -- J F CUrke on the 15th I-Vbrnary 1311.I for the liberal hjrett, shate-! Henry Ilnll.! 'i a nonreMdent, purchased by the sitft : "
Patronage: fori'f
but JVolirc.S j V
for the family or } V
Nn'cbez cryiin' f I JnnusJrmw.tliilc .
I AlbO Q LtJO acres at or near Deep creek on the east Ili-iny HJlyora
4 i could' bo heard) of them. The child PURSUANT to .trnroviions of the City Char 1 side of rit. Johns river being part of a grant for WOO turns lirr thanks. .s tbd Taxes and expentcs ore paid .before the
, .. boa! wider the charge of the ter Not oc ij hfn-by giv.en. Thtt nn election t Tin Table will! be supplied with choicctGime d. I '' '
'oil the I acres msJe to c J F Clarke, by the :ptnith Government py -e., -V.
llo her ; will Its JicIJ at the Court House in tilt' City of.St Au- O" tcrs,'Turtle. Fish, Ducks. Vc'nion,J I B. V
aid! until the captnin ubjic.cil > on the! |15th Februaiy 1811, which two said I U. e\ OVA. ShriiiTanJ ex-off. ,,
I IJbHrd, Then she wns placed atin CUstine, on Monday the I llth day Novoinhcr next I 'tracts ol l 50.. acres cash had Len recently 'surveyed Turkeys and; Shell FMi, which nt thfc time I! Tn\Assessor nnd Collector, St. Johns Co. .
for Miyor nnJ four Aldernjfn for the.ensuing yrer.t. our Rivers anJ Fon-.sts abtiuiiJ.! Two or V
001 New Orleans, the ciutibr.jjLernrnI by the l'uit..J:13lt'1 1 I April27JO._ .__ ; |J V .
t :-/r: -U. D, CAJOTA, PAVL AR.NMU, nnJ ANT Hunters __ ___ _:. ,
; 'fi\r thiIlousn. !
imru :
lief t sporin.f.xelusivcly < -*
defraying exwue- ; Ajo! 2JOO acres on couth: side of Dun' creek
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J. Nt.vlS. Ciiucfry Sale.UEJ.l .
the boat until the yclluw which communicates Dun's Lake with St. Johns river i, V V f
1 irtd lof MriIIsOLN.A. Mayor V !. :1nl ty vritueof a decree of the Court of V _
& J deprived1116 little wit cast of h';r last Oiotr21,83)' J :;. I being ill's Northern half of a 4000 acre'Irnetur.- I Hllrsc Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fiing! .' ry holden in nut for the County of St. : j
veyedlhcre for John UrownrJ.being of a Tackles, Uoits for Ijxcur.ioti, &c. .
I I iMrood chambenrnid.: I Ij -- -- --' flart grant Johns Florida ina'Jcon the 22 day of Ji'yln! I c,in the I

"Of\U who kept iha infant schoul} then Traxir. Cole tor s .Sale. A; 10,000; acres rmJ to said row lrI on the 24th ) Very. ijU i-l .-tfull r; ) i':, case wherein Josephs Gu,,Administratrix ct the ::'- V V I

--j th hfldtiiito the street, from whence ) ). virtue of the Io'cr'I.'SIt'J in inel l"y law, JjI.Rs1'31J i I August, leiC. I1HOl'RIETItESS.I tate of FrancU G.i', deed. M complaint :nh I B. K. ,

t )kca.to tbo room where she had ,the expose for sate before-the' Court House .Also' 150 acres pituatcd on the west side of Matan208 I ,Carr, ant! others Creditors of said ilstcte arc tN: f n-. V \
L1". finding a second/ mother. 'he' ilo'>r in the city of J3t. Aa u'iiar on .the first Monday riT,, Iwing an undivided part of a 600 acre N. II.-31 is J'jvi'!i o? he Pso.V 'dau'i?. inJ to me directed, I slid a? ppccinl Mrn?erexpj. ;I

sfco-Jjclicvcd tc be her uriihrr: iIt--- cf M-y next the following i'' criLel pr"p*riy. tra bounded onthe! North by an old DrittiiIHOdC.1 I prj! 1"11 th'U!1i **.;r vault attached c to.fcale i in the mode UI:1l1nt'rmJ extent IUI J.rn. !

:, md h {{. th:.:, ,;1,. JI "r ej .uiiiili lhrcofn will iny the Slne! nnJ iwrntyit inn. nl called Holritf' old: Firld.AUo 1 lo Hie iIt' should ba civil, aUen- vMoJnrfnid d 'cree. bt1rethe Co-irt Houeu in the : V ."

hvd4o&d4Pi- t.t ,.' f"T1So due th ,t'OI1 fur th? year. I IWS and tW! ni'cc<, ary 1 lot in the city of St. Aug-minc on the COM f i vc-t_and. _obliging._ City of Sv Au;ujtinc, on .Monday the 7th day of October i
treated in aft r .>-.u> tt-cnM I. .-\.;. lJ..t I..it'l1ul'ortt.! ,: r. .- id* of Maiiut? fireii, leading from lluhanotk in V.-- nc.\t between the houw of 10 and 2 of that day .
. &efu! H f tr< b' K;. ', ti. "!' tr, ; "j- : ,. ,.1, oid Magazine near the south end of the E'nblic Auction I
J. ;; : ; 'aHI 'C't"' C"I Ir\.itu : I .1 ::1' powder the foloiII't: real E tate assets of the Karate of Fran..J V I
0:1 the
; rite ,1".:( IH"l1t in I.I' th Ij..I. ..,} and extending from said strei to low wattr 30th div ofO -I. 185, will be sold ;
.' 4i' j..u ; .I tit e''I1'I.I.fl1i ". L.< cny ci'J GJC, Utvil.. Mtuate lying and being in.ihv City of
iv ffl'IU'tt'; :.. ': I : ,.....,.. 'k.hc. J.". .:JI\. \1 !' ..',11 1 f i on; e i'lint" I,' 1tlchllff'd' \' I.ullk Matanzas River, bounded on the Northlj* at St. Francis Barracks the following Qt. M.op %1. S:. Auttiu" in lI.C uuty of St. John. ;to.wit V .

I, ,'.11... ,t.n, :' 't- .\". II :'j'ith.. t' l.'lhl.q: .- 1: II" ',...."Jlland./R:1J I'I'Illn'"I. :r.i }' .lIgaI1g: Margaret Cole, late the properly ol [ .-rty: viz: V i i i. A IIou>e and lot corner of ChnrtQnl'lI tital cud V { V

, I I :"I ", ,.'" ". 'M to flJir anotouu- hI Ly \ j'j'.1''u, tit j Slnl ,to'.l'" chit, ,. h Il ilui.yr vVci hiiiian.ileceaasd. All ihe nbov. !!cj- Two cart Ilor.sc1, Bridge Str/'I<. \ i iA i
III It't' ,:: 1.hf"inte"I 4.i4.4Wt .L'1ity 11.1 ," 1 l"Y.l ', ;00 4:' .: 1iJs! ;,,,!wrly: was, returned by John M Foutjnekvci ; Two I::ir;vi Mules, Lot of ground .corner of George and Partner I\, \

f .1') ." slil 'wd..althc111n'Il"r t 4;" l'lt) iu n? 2."i pjr c(nt o& SI.TIi\ ] i \ : the t had 1 assc-ised as 3J rate State Tax?* 'One )t1.i r' flild c
I U'' UI1'JI''" ,I. bout two yea r" oh'! a .I4.; .. 'taxt3 an,i ( I) t'tllir j..ni JtiToir iL Jay ..a--U. t tbiaicil' UJ F Clarke, fur If5"'. $l 15 1)9CVJ'itytax ) 030 lb>. Mo.s, T,Kh 1
h.4 t tft%j' :111': U''Hic j n1'rhilJ \\lh 11. t4 J,. n' '. .- ': at :5 per cent, 00 stores. The sale will ctminionec at 10 o'ciork": RAPHAEL CANOVASh r V V

'.nf'ltfr ctm:4e'IOfl: lwhf.r., b4telit' I Jl* K A NONA, Sheriff: .1 1 r ioff.x I'n'.es taxes apd expenses arc haU !I< fare t'.vday"a \. )r. I'.iyment un delivery, in j.oU! and 'r.7 of St.,Johns County and Special .

.'.1 1ril h'N'k' t'rd."I (- Hh:., 11.1 t ., : \ ".r: !' or an J rull' ciur, s j
; : :.. ,\.4upou* tct.\"J4'aIISO.! j ____ R. B. rAN'OY.\Sinrifrnrid| ev-,,(fr. JAMES P. 23rd.A.iM 1P50.. V # .
b Otunc: rand 1 tilt -<)1 J h**" ,' j: ,. __ -jh ) TIANIIAM(, !
fr ..LnnI '." ,: Tax As. L'f >or itinl Colll-rtor, s. J. c. V for 31. ; I) !I I The sale of tlu nlove properly. u postponed to
',micr kp *wm:' the natns Y.ilitfft "4t ,.1.4..? Ii Se I A-t. Qt. '
er. u.i\rtic1 ""'' H U''Y, IJ\Juh I II+, 11I'- : .I'! ': .',p pWeT vetcd ii me bytw..l.! ct.:.AUUM.II.ct. iG.si.:: ::'. :.M' lBIil1', O.r. inth, 185J. .ilouday,4th November, 1850. V.

from yil I Iifore the Court IJoucdozar 2&x Cnllrcfo! rik. .
her : t'rrieihd her cntiro !n :'t.'ltl41, < E. B. CiOlIJLDTTORXEY .
rh'M vulgarism in manner orb il. .-*- \uis.in.; <; nii the first Jl/i>ni vrtuccf: the power vested in nie by hw I I I i I Notice. ,
"j' J4nf hlu: 1\01'su.m..1l1.t her family wererCtK ,diy jt a" 4tir.J:1.l i 'tr .fallowing! describe! propHjfc !- By hhail!&expose for ale tffi: ;'rc itt: Cent Housi i \ tit ('011.. J:14; or .,' 'LAW, A II pcrsoai 'Livin any claims or demand V

Isaisv pi. reliance cnuJ! boplaei i I ;".' t." Ut. L".; :. .( '-. will i,ar ihe Stale and iloorin life city of St Austin? rn ihi- frt !,Ic."- SOLICITOR PROCTOR, c.'I V eg; iinit the i-state of JlE .-I\1." sElatc of St. \ V I

;, 1 I | vcrsatlOn of 4 rh, ;.I. u "4)I'I.. ts .Ii i .. A'J, i .ytar 1850, and the: atcesssrj'fxa d lu yi>f ?l.1Y next, th' r ::win jr t".crjw.l! : projuity; orso 'I| .WT. tcrvrzxc. :, J uht decca.si'd.as cridr.! heir.lt'gateesoroth r.. II
IIf' 1iC'OUliJ .'* a ,/ viz.: mu h thereof os .viI piy the State anjcounty* wise, nrc Jiero'jy notiiicd tu pre:tnt them to the tubscrilicr
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U supposed that "p'ireni* "\ "d ( i i-ii' < M O: Arrcxrn.v will b? pai 1 to all bj.bfji conncc- \\iihin two year. from the Jate hereof,or they
. :: jTt i. -.4 .*- *t *" 'n the siuth rf Julingten -n s du? thereon tinyear 18jO( and the necessary
C i icVtVfeuppowd '. te I with th profe ioTi
rt-jcrUHj t Scotch, perhaps .t.III' ? will be forever barreJ. And indebted
1.f.r C ill t..uy; of Si. John, utuinrd in If-ll expenses incident thereto viz : pr-on to tie
I 1 h',cst own part'ntt1.0..'''by Jt'ws Jtlrl'n'mc'tl', 'for l.r(? 0.Vnla 458 acres 3d tate lanJ in Twelve .V.le swamp, \ MLlT.1n: LVXD ,J.3:1J Ciainsfjr: ( Ini,an estate are required to'Iitnk .illum' i:1tt' payment. V

but tro.n fieU lately dieted na<:h -is r I t?K.;<**''t f' ;; Tt's r.ie pille hrinre the W of lie city of 8t, Augustine being in T.wn>hip: and otlur Li-.se: ?, r 1; F. RIDER A'tnimi-trntor. VI / V

-1 '. Jrty no: the cn.v; and 'ft i h f.iMljo! purIjainiUsfiiirorrrnUonlhut "n\-f i, 1-4' "L 6, Jtatg.J, --oulh-and tail The above Wcrbed; *+. DJp'i.tte Muster RuIU: of tIll 1'cteian Com Sept. 13.1653. : V /
V >'If : urn) Into .Jli&tj;I S ,,. ''. .:..... I)',A, SherlffanJcx cit tract i Ubiipposed to be a portion of 1 100 acres returned P.l1iy are ii my po*;fSi.ion. t I notic i V V

Hgto Affler fiNiftrjfi* mndd'pnMi %' Am1knWrltte I r r. 1i' 5 ./.. ?Vt>r and Collector, s J c. by Geo. Centi-r gnf of D. L.. Clinch: Oct. 12!, 18:0. I V V 41-tf. Six' Months aficr date I shill prpnt my V ielOltIlt.i i

nwythmlikv'y' tu ItwMu alaI 1 I" ..JIn. ; j. :J f -ah;t 18.70.i 1 t Slate tux' due by D. .[..Clinch for I 1850 (?c6 fiOT : ant vouchers Administratrix of the.. eftafeof( .It
_. r' _:_.. 11 w : 25 I FA LLSUI'PLI l&S.CIIOICC Clnrles;;W. M.,Main,deceased to the of Probate
& "I'r .f tbe Ul'p.e: rcfatitin: u roirtf.eMcd j Cuun') tax; ct per cent on ataie. I C5 Judgi / '

.. .14C1,114110k' :3Uf Inline, Al::. ]i I Tf'.iac: <-f lf't'r't.'l. ..VciV.i i Dnlrti: ttrrt cuJ txptnsra are ';iiJ Lefyre Jay',vfIt I -. GROCtiUIE5 PIIOYI ;IO.\S. I of ,Al.ichii.i County fora ftntl settlement! of '

:, ,trJ.tf"\II; .publiciiy; 'lo thii .I'kIC.. ,fly j jr i'I V y vr'i.! ;! ., <: 'i--- \:- o.I' ;i"h'j"[ L: ,3rriJ8J3 ii .* S'c/.r. CHjry note dickarging Jjy ffum eemteaiI'iaUat! the,same tim apply for : 'S:1idV

.t. r.>iiriiiK child \t) n Jlen'.1 .'4 *:"l. 4 M't'.>: .,:l-. "
tt".nal"u1 : nf t-l .hi ', ". < 'f I. J'rVl>'. T., A ;; iiinl C'ollfctiir. : interested i"'u 41 estate will take notic- .
.Tt 'Vrttv ; '- "' ',I ; \ >:O IM' s. J. c.St. .
lIi''w'r. thc' uritsr hnp'mi 211Ihlur.: ._ ,. ,___J. :_.. _1 t'i OSHEX fiuttcr.-L'ird, Clioico Provisions V V MARY ldL N.
.' :, "' ti 1"IIfI" .' 'U i ri I Ans'iii" C'Ii.!! 1850.'ax !
1 : CVt.
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[,i I"i 'rii<)ji III* Union will ixoiti pluv (ia. dJV .,' i *I "Hi jiy.tii' u.c I _: _. .. .! xbf: "Hams llicon, Shoulders, F.: M.V B-(-f I 4tIminista.trjj'

".t. 'ulI.n"' ;, t1cprCIlItV in th" M""*hrrt ai.d. 'e\J j>::rvj..i.r,ca ';,'ir.II?: : -'4"1- ''i IoI" :jj"f'1 v : ,4 t I I0'I'4. yar .It I 50. and A .;twiffffl- f*tite.y I Mtickcrcl! ... Rio.. &L'. Java: *+ CclK-c._ .Oil! i .l Hyson. I June lat. IS1'n ,. V j i
', :!,&.plltMt11! 1M\- '-.-" V (?. l'ic.rI"' I:1f 1" : : R viitue of tit! p JW .. .. v"p7n ': :iei.4iit % -
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,,, hi;!. 1 i uiry l''UII.J 1111'1'1)1,' Jtj tlall l'XP'I'C' for sale! bclwic the Court I ll! >uedoorJn t Molasses! New Buckwheat! h Indi.ui Meal.! Pried ;:a,tcrii Judicial Circuit of I lie ,
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lint Circuit
4 Augu.-tJn
ifarian- L .r.'tt2.>,*ltuiU: sft-ilji \ $iair1 onMjitaniairiur.wiEt tu c'.iy on ilvndayof Beef; Ballogiri SaiMiprs, Ale, Porter, Con rl'Ss : V ,
.A 1m' rr/tdc 1' tii.u ntii.ui nd ltt'4'U oCf1t :!:- 't JfiLe 1 ,ol I '' f.("1., .1 1/:1 'j'own hI p' 9 :Mny nut, the foilowii-g dtn-ribid nrc-pert)' !. \\'atl'I'. Ch.n pncCidcrFamily Canal I Flour, SJ. JoliiiH CouRt) .
I 'C'd'1 .4# niunthchiir.i labor luri2< tile:1: :'10Ib ,: or .*o indtli! hcl"l.'of AS will > thc State' az.d count i IN CHANCERY. '
Il4nj 30 f'Lllt'b ntd tftt, buiiaJed iioth Ly lrml of j sy } in Barrclis &> half JK'.rrcIs, FrtiS: Hai'ven! *, t I .
,i. 't \ n friend wtiti u iinJivJ ."Uivci-' .1 M R \leHtre.sauthily, bnJj of F Ji AMM, F Fettt tax due Jhcroon fur the year ls5'J, and the mcttaryexpens v\liiunil. Coco nuts, Dates, Citron*, Currants, >Peter Bjnct Administrator of] .
l II ivf ilil -H"in {,f ( Ul' sex : I t11l'rt'to'iL .
- -J j [ siny what wo and t .1 \Vaur, m't l Ilf the ihvrnn4$ vet !l.y !.anf! incident : Sweet Oil, Hrirdiney 'Assorted 1ickIt'Smtilct1 the E--tate of F. P. : 'I

- i\'l'_ "' j.eiureI4rcntrappiflgpfpscc.. _' _. -,1' 1 1,1 i.f F JJctiaand J F Wait j'taid trapt cf Ian! \ra: One lot ofland in the city of St., Auuiite Y V!t Ttin-jues, Table S.ili, Assorlcd Conf.( eJimiary, I. deed., for the n.e of z'l" .f-T: Account
ofIirin Sanchez cretk
north 1 lot
nisli Go\crnin-.nt to. B Mcfctre.Jr.jflnrnvcl by d l Frielsndrr, Complainant. hn ArpetsAtain ,
iln> Sp Paste 'I1C'r'with filII ,
tO i
grnntcd L-y Jtij'iilo l aWe VnsrIzIeiIt.; i
uP< npfw] i ) oli ever lrfwk l l"N'oI Thomas Crosby Fouth by lot lauly >oU of PiterjJken < Distribution
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wis tntiixratcd \\ 1':1: ar.K'nt spirit*j : n* 3 J rale, paid I before the :rinuih Philip \\Wdmaa and Others, rat l-y j-liill; be glad to acconiud.-tto in. rli l)1J ill : : f the I>tate of Peter o ,
:10. '
Ui.lt-s. tnx(! i"'na
once find U.u's nuff for this daiKio.i 1> i ird ; Maria ijancUvfc cretk and we>tb" OneiJa ctroetpos"d "'IP- of PaclvMgM to the triule or at llt-ijul. ia [ Miichel.decd.: '
of anl '. ; to
Ken 'uu'Cu.c nr* my head felt n if it w.n nn I day xH. D. c.or.S1I'ril, nn (- to belong to Col. Annrcws and other i:>Jiidual.f Oct. 12 1850. V B. ]]. C.\IR. I L,) 'V.tClis.rr.clnill1'.J

'. nil the J- worM 4 ; its now u:1Jh'iJc.cJ. ineauring : nnJ eou'h 1 ,
nipji'-rR 'M V
out hQnlK', !p. Tax Aw?!lior and Jpll cter, s J c. t'ot.llocs A Ouioiin.PerschoonT / .
>pJc .
wood in i I about 200 feet east and west 150 I..ct. The above- ; I
I'Clretto be spliiun r' St. Augittir.e.O.2UiSii 1550. lot wo returned by Thomas Crosby. / Gipscy now land, choice nfLich'. appearing by Affidavit! I in this .Court, that Defendant V V V

Uart.d UurJtr 1y n r..untic.\tu.'u' hiffpvieyijik.vk1Simday i ---- Tax1; (.. Collector's Sale.B UiifessTaics and expenses are paid bffore day assortc-l IV-ar, A;,ples, Potatoes, I i fT George 'V. McAlh!ter, ifjivinjj rll, V

nI1it, n Inft. t horrid vrsted' of tul-. :gepstring and bunch Onions liny, Oats: Corn, resides I-'on.llhe limits of the State of Florida,viz, V
I r viruie .>f the power in in? I y law I"b'nsll Beins, Rice, for se at Wholesale! or rrtail I in the State Georgia, '
ViurJ.Ilioftcl, r was cOam i 'd ii' A2ihJU stl'Cct, in for ale before the Court House It. B. CAXOVA. Shel ItT H11.1 ex.off. '
l'oi1l' hinnlic expose Tax Assessor and t/ollcctor Oct. 12,1850. V B.. K. TARR' It a therefore, on motion ofXVm. A.-Forward' V
l'h'c Ly a
: hborhood if door in he city of St. Angintine on the first Mon- s. j. c. ----- --
1 CaowdI'cler Ho Ia ad. This lluwlnnd i isu 1.day of Fibraary next the following! described prop- St. Augustine,Oct. 26th, 1850. Notice.. licitor Ordered that publication be made if V

,: colored mm, and it appears that nhnut n v, e k city or so much thereof ns will pay the' State and I C; < IX weeks nf'er date I shall apply: to the Judge of foue Newspaper printed in the Eastern Circuit
'ho end the Tax Collector's Sate.ETy Probate; for the1\ Count} of St. J hns for hitters of Florida for fou months successively, from tlii -
fincehe was confined in the llusj-it.-il; n county lux for ihe )ear 1650 neet ry ex- |> ? <
vhieb ho made his (-t.capo Ho has bivn si |i- ; pn-s incident thereto, viz: ; virtue of the power vested in we by law, I.Ii. of Administration: on 'th'J' lldtats: of Jous ROSSMXdeed. : date, requiring FniJ George W. McAllister to plead

,. fdueu hUoHcapn nt n boarding! lionsj nItl. olG'( ( nnrsSd rate, ,Ian Jon the PuoJataj road, west t4ialleposefursale before the Court Uou/c 1/ nn'wcr.or demur to said Bill, or the same will be Uh .
1 do.r in the city of St. Augu.tineonthe first Stpt.59/1650. K. II.V GIBCS.IVoiicc. -n pro Con/Mto. IT1l0's.
rear .., 1 157 Leonard street t, kpt biHinm. ) John uf\l. Augustine a'xUt n'ne: in.'os: ilun-'frmn lying .Vonday DOUGLAS V
\\ At thi plaro ho \ns conllli ldornMo partly: in si-c 1 nth tare 2 i of' rp-Wp j Jr t=o'itii 'ofranpc ':f February nex. the followinj described property c-r -- -t- \' Certified: to be a true Copy. t.lJt. .
23 cast, grauird! Floia Letlie .jnd i.ct ielurnrd. so much lhc.reof as will pay the State and county
f'I provoked by the oardrrs nnd. on: Nidid-iy S tax duethereon for the year 1S50, and the necei. S IICREBY GIVBX: that: six weeks after dnte! Ishat t Witness my Hand nnd the Seal of said V V

a $ \'r.ninl hrocured a Knife, ned tiitctnjiti 'o Unless taxes c en Jexp-njcs are paU btfore the day incident thereto, viz: arycxpeiide apply; to ill? Jii t igj of'l'robite of St. JohnsCnintv [(1. S.] Court:th' 13th July. 1850. .
in the lower t pa: t 4 film for Letters \Jmini3tration ihe Estate: of T. B. DUMAS.
several on
. 111\\1 jcrsons of sale. I iIf .: 500 ncr s3J rate land more'or 1 le 1Ji bing nn undi- I IV
nouwj. K..ing frustrated in his -tt 'u,pt--, tiu D. AKOVA, Shrrifl and'ox-off-:' vided ialere of a tract granted to Jos. S. Sanchez at Mary R. Solana, hte of.ii he murdrcd, in .i hitrible St. Augustine,. Sect 23lh. 1850. > Julv :O. 18:0.
veal up stairwhere Tax Aseioranl CuKefcior. !; c.St. the head of North r.vcr. in Dif'gowamp in Frac I. I
manner, a .ctilurcd man, ,who M-a ill I Inb&Iuiinu.flfld 1.,1 Attgnuiae (>jt. JuJj, iSo. i tinaiTownhip4Rane 3, south and cast. The R ,\. HSRX: \NOCZ. V Jr:"li aid Ncuh \VIJisIU!)'. V _

nI "'p. St'u'r.1 nUc'mjll. wc.te .- --, --t it above described land was not returned.IJiilcrs V I I Q COTClJ ALI,4iJcrPrterjn Pints ani Quart

nld'tn.: secure him, but he tulc p ,-hi/sion oftin Tax CoUector'sfS
, ttalr-way, which was wida cuuu h S...- '..nijynintinn't virtue of the power vetted ia ,ne )by law, I ALL .. Legatees the an Estate oier of person Anl/e.l.u"ng Brandy Holland Gin, Monongohfla Whiskey assorted _
I he R B. CANOVA:: Sheriff nml es-uff. against Cip Win?$. Liqnor .Coi dials, .c., for sale bv _
d ,
, and with n b ]>u&t kept: ;ball! expose for- calc! Iwfore the Court house ella, deceased, late of St. Johns! county, ar* hereby F..h _
... the cf.' he-first Tax AvscsMir mad Collcciur s. /. c. IiiCA: _
, I hem nt I.m > .d i t4'1t chy t. Anu5tine en ( Monday notified to present the sun within ths lime p eicri. .
Infnrmilitiiv was *nj\\\ to ,the Sixth Ward P.I. of Tebraary next,'the Mlowing' described propertyor .St. AugiiMim. *;. Oct. SClli 1850. .. bre by law er they will be birre'l.PETEll. '. JcRobca't Baker, I, _

.IkitOfncr' and n c1.tichm..pt flf police MMIItp ti>. r.v.chih't'ofnswil pay the State' and county 1--.---.--- CAPELLA, V 'I'1'OR.VE )' 4.. COU.\"SELLOn V _
: secure hhn l)ut these hn kept at disn.icobv laxfWtheytar 1S5J!) snJ is necessary''expense? inj j Tax CoUtctor's ,"(dc.1r AdministratorSt. 'A'I' Lit n'.

'I, ( bficktu-lychhobiokelrom the wall, lor cidt-nt tltietc, vtz : i- : j! )' virtue of the,Power vested in we by J3W ] ,, Augustln*. & ttntJ"r 21st. 185' It.lYolice. J;.;;!:\ ..:. I:. FLA.Witt V V I
S ,. ot'fbntt.in the cf Su AU'futine.latc j jbrbnjinsEto shall for sale before the Court ;
aj'\J\\'f hours': ** *.. OI1 ] city J1JiJ expose Home door I: r"cJpt- ihL'onmof thr Eastern
,tJpwar ; John Gui:er, deceased, bounded north in ibe city of :St. Augustine.on: the first Mon.Jay Jof i in lLniiittne'uy of lh" Middle Circuit V V IV
Inn : Cicuirin
o" .nClctiftiU n ,
A'.P.8 prpSfircd:? :; frllfd|roc by* lot of Mra- Joia1i Rmi,1IV'l't 1>y lot cf .'lrl'. :i. ;May next the following described Property,or I' IX months after date! I t-hall present my nc- I .!h cu-Jnlles of the Southern /fcntoBAi.HIilUborou
ll him 'a Mow lint orutlcl1I' S 1 I
whic Circuit I.-
P !rpJ 'I in
\\'jtk } C. C. AndcMon.acdeastby tho old..Tin. Yard Dot t teturoed. thereof as will pay the :tate and County u Qe count and vouchers as Adniinitsratrix of the the SzpreneVCeirt at Tal.r..h:1let'e I
I him to the floor wlien he was immo.Uately! : T 'I thereon for the 1850 an-J the Bate of Wiihatn! Gthbone I nn< the United
: I f year necessary up n.1 dccenr, to the Hon.udrre Stnf Di"trrci Court for the Northern Dibfrict
JiandcufTed nnd l&ckedujHrr 1 thoTonil'. IL n. C A OY A. he ffand e.oft f es incident ihereto viz: J of I'r"batc of Aladmi County, for n final I I-'loii'la : :..1 l wi.l: po&aeut. claims agninrt the- of \ _

Anotber mnn in-nr-J- Frhnk Rpt waa '- Tax Assessor nnd Collector, SIC, i I 2000 acres of Land assereetl tl'John L-'EncIe' returned I lieU JK'nt "f :ti.1 K at Wash
in the room vjih the uurloic.l! mm 2Gih 1S50. 849 D. R. 1 1I I'npp\. for L t"'uof I ,
found St. Augustiue, Oct in by Cua'iam: agent for slid L'En- ? Dismission as such Admni! ::ralio ington.Jting.
cut,also t} colored! woman namibccA .- -- --.- -- -- I glC'! ,but net returned for US I Thf above named 2000 of which nil persons inten s.
iJ''lbo1dnr.ty Butler.) Botjj ,arc BO seriously in- Tax Collector's :'afr.irp .' : acres is a part of the New Switzerland tract onthe rast w take notics. I his entir nni unremitt'n al Micn to his profession gin. VI "J i

[ tbivl ihclr recovery dotaful. f virtue uf kite I power veMed in me by law, I side! of the River St. Johns and about Ir 23mile3, N. ANN, JOtI"1 1' .IOI1:1Ir:1tr I :and aiLu-i es: ci'iroRtecl to Ls care shall meet wi>h

Coroner y cult'r Jay 1 e4! anidqicst inIbt JljJ' shall expose for wile before the Court Home ,, \V. from St, Ajijustine.Uiiicss Per T. J: PRCVATT. Ar nt.ewn":1.r'i1't prompt atteton.I ; V .
jf V I
'II-- tn>dy of tho murdrcu rain, aod atttbe vorActt door in the! city ol 5t. 1\I ca-.tinaon: The fir'tJ on. i;'r S !. taxes-and expenses are pad before Jay o ( F1&June :U.l l3i.VAOt1ti -_:1 "\'iitr..AnI13T; 31. 1P50.Irc _V =.
came to his death by inJuries indicted day of May next lh? foMowIn; dc ribal property sale-: I "
o: fin nhlr1a) thereof as wit{ -ihc ftste and county j R. B. CANOVA Sheriff nnd e-x-off. Ssippjci.BRrc 'vI
in the bands of llowland .
hereby I.halh
knifb given dial .Jl1'lIth
peter pier bt. d
.ft.h-a (tI
I I .C( now ot;htnrlng
If at
ducihireon f.lr theyiar 1 50 an4 the hel&eftarylexpnJCji : TuxAssessornnd: Colletor picoata!
..rendpred.-N. y Sun ttx .% s. j. c. present to the Judge of Prolate of M. John lot of nipples which
.. infiJont therrio viz: .JII1\c' |i 'St. Augustine Oct. 26th 1S50. County, accounts (for settlement! end aiWaner ere offered to the
my j.lIS I Tradein: ori, nal Prkag.a or at n-ij|
-- of ,
MARBIEl U53G acres more or t lof-i, bring putflf a grant -- .-- Administrator of the C.- te of KobrriMul.'rr'hVcf : : 33txkiu! .henV7uttcr 10
the SCth ult. at Hawthorn' Grove, Dorch. J0,000 acres granttdby :p3nisll Government j Choice Groceries. aay county, dccea".tJ,. :;id farther notice i! given i, OnFon' bLN AppIt-6,75 boxes Cheese Lard, 1 crate
,i On P Antonio Hlltrtatt.,' tgatfd in' M Johns county near FINE lot of Butter, Lard. Cheese aseotted that Ifhall at the same time ak f-r a final discharge '," ?. dried Beef Beif 13 do Candy
Mns ABlOSEV AGr.a, q., of Rhino A i, hams. F. :\. :
heils In
rter } in Township C. S. Range Raia
MAMA I of six Mile Creek tin heated Crackers. Hams, Bacon, Fish,. Smoked Bee from my Adiniuiitratorsh.'p! of said Estate i I ..LMflOfld*. c.tro-.s, '
York to Ulu. daughter curron. with
l cck New 28 E. timed by John M. Fontane agt.andtsscKeda and Fulton Market Beef. JAMES. } A tfaer articlft V
Marshall P. Wild .of the former place.! 1 :j 1 I ccropktmir our stock, nov.in store
lf. 3l rate.stale *retail.: d. .. CARR ; AuzustineJune 15, IE50. Gm.fl ? 21.
tax ilue by Antonio Hufrtas for 1650, $40- -- --- -_ ----- .__ -_ I f rPt D. E.CARU. _
Lead -
OIL Whit* Turpentine. Vr i _

pEED r, Rorfn. Oakum, Spike, Limes Ti Ststetax.lO 1 13. i J i military nla kh.G'. PPLIC'\TIO will Notice.A b. mada. Old,I.Virsitiia Unit or, Hams, L rd. V I
few dozen Renders to The
County TSS n 1 2pr 'ent on l'ST received Leather impervious next aeniot.cU .
h- rot '
:h I
Wie !*""i anorted uip.. I i'. CARR.I Ui:"*' flit .ittl expense* are pii.i before the Jay J to water an J gives th'surface an Clej ol the Lfgss-lature for an act of incorporation C ddo Fulton irsiRa, marked? > llama, do do do Sbouldm.' __ __ __

'a1l.0- ; I ofealt j uit polish without destroying ia soft supple and elas- for thHi't Florida Tire, Lfr! an! Mann Mutuil ; Ham.do do Dried Beef V _
i. i o Mesa D ef. V
t nY er.l1r& : S \\Q\.ASIIt'rifnr.d\ c-o 'fArd, F \V!lam Beef, C0d.spH'Pc : 1 Cilbazcs. Onion., assorted. Craek., Florfda _
kt Boater. Harne. wjthoulbankingpliTirg5. :
l'i.itors./c. Recfornmendcd
: Tax A>s'c?Mf and C*, for Carriages &c. '
_ '. SauuS: rk. Baoon B. PtCAKR.fihonWen, () sat. AUiu :ine'JQ.t.'' r3lh, 1850. t j,, At Kemii. p. 1. CARR. I 5rrt. 3, 1 :O: V V I IV .I(..ragDried,. Frnitf. rn 'hr. Cipewy.V B. r... CARn., V ; -V

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county ilaaonat0oila-M.sday- --- .,
HOTELS of April. Ii' 1 r Valuable Plantations, Wild Land Florida LaD ._lfeDe'. -- eMher ..-.......-
r wto huh '. St. I dec.la East Florida. I 1 HE undersigned u Agent for the respectjrproprietor. e mokeJ 1' t .
i 9 George Street, north of For the Counties Alachua and New for 'J: oogtsnt.oshet 4lgees..atter
Levy at the
t as Agent respective pro- offers for sale on Cracbtl
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*r uwic Square and use door north Tile Dried Beef FlIlloa
I F od. Church. c of tbs Meth I:nansville, first Monday In May. I ,offers for sale the following lands,to able term,the following lands among Butter Leif Lard markriM'Chllft;
For the County of Columbia at'Alligator oa the wit :. That well known and valuable Plaatation of the Ihmsp..Baco
extremely mat and Sidi
Ida Htutt. Oh Treasury Lane Nona of second Monday of May. Sugar Porter in qts ,nd pt+.Coof;.* WaJr
the Billow Plantation at the head of. lands in the Tlluablltton. l 4-'
public: I : Confacts '
t. Square.City i! For the e.uuty.f Nassau, at Nassau C. H.,on the Halifax River formerly occupied and planted by the "e. otary. CLai& Greg suds,
H 'tf. On IN DO Tea. Java
Charlotte and Rio '
i 'i r:v doors and Bay itreet. a few I Wednesday before the fourth Monday in May. i i I late John J. Below with a force of 300 haqds, suitablefor CotT.t" _. tithe.
couth East Choice
l ,of the Public Square. For the county of Dun) at Jacksonville,on the '. bith fiwjar,ajid Cotton,'and advaatageoiajj Iota L.&CBVA COCSTT.T9.R '' Priucipce Citont{ Sbot 'ai'I '
Planter l..
-r Jfo el. On Charlotte Street and Trearary fourth wf .. '. : 18 ectionsl1.1.J.15.
Monday May. I Led da navigable i I
I waters. It lies the coast'about
,; f i Florida Lan House, north of th?Public Square, annexed. to the. : For the County of SL John's, at St. Augustine, 1' forty miles south ef Si.Augustine upon, and contains about In 9." 19/'; .". ? 2.3, \.C

:' on the second Monday in Juae. 4000 acres.Asotwo. 34, 35, 30, 18. Jeremiah Leonard -""
eta .
U, I FALL TIIK. I' thousand acres adjoining the last described 6.9. YerknGW' discharging ... t
BOARDING HOUSES.Mr In 920 eS7. ...., .
19,22.2G 21 ..
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,1 I For the lands being the Pcllieicr Grant in Grab m'llwamp. recent arrivals a choice and
M. counties of Orange and St vJ
1,'. It'f'4L Oa "buarJeqc 'street sea: the Lucie, Tuesday 33,34. MJreffilaa.
before the fins Also.the Spruce Creek Plantation conning 999I I rrir..Provisioned Shelf
Barrack*. :.. Monday of November. t''w In" ? BRA.
For the 'I "Stet suitable for Sugar c&tnre and near to navigation Jj". : ='iblishment.censistinfia
Mitt Fttio. On St. few Bounty of.Putnam, at PiUtka. the i pnrteest:
George Street doors tenon .57
I j:.: '; South of the Court House a Tuesday .before'tHe first 1ndayof N vembtr. ,about 70 miles lOuiii of St. Augustine near :I rd. Ckcry. Hams Baeoa. fifless, Lselr:, Ji' ,
I i: and Public, Square.O New S n" 18 ; 23,10,11,15,22. ...-. B (
I r' N. Pe" On For the county of St. John's, on the first ayraa. .." I ; t* i.cfri -r.Macker4C '"
'j i I ; a; Bay street corner' of Bay and I inNevember. Monday Also, the Moaot Oswald Plantation on Halifax7Riverabout 34,35,36.- t : t ( l4: iarrel.fot Family aw Ea "
) I arden Lan In" a
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.. ;j L,: 9 t, ," ''!f ,., For the county of Nassau Thursday before 50 miles sog of St.Augustine, near the In"10'.20 19 ; .' 7,8.17jU2a30.*; .Hay,Oats,brand RIO,.... T. .
j '- third Monday of November. > "'- die i coast, formerly planted ia Sugar by the late Gee/:A.- ; 13.1416.28..rJ.; I ; -..erath &gar. N Odiao.B f_ .
;1 (, DOCTORS. ; I I dtrson, and the 10.,10" 21 j" I. ;2, 4. 5, 6.'7. ? ; Raaens. ..
t new Joseph Lautotf,containing Ahnona. -
( Forth property Datn..rttcI
l1 .4'. ; Dct. F. Wielon. Office a: his D""m"l" Hetfseoa county of, Duval on the third Monday r 1900 12,13,14,15 18. t; driedApplet.
acres. Vermacilie
kNovembcr / i4itan.i
Bridge Street.Doct.JtknE.Ptck.. In"lO'22 "
j : Offsets oa St. George Street, For the county of'Marion!' on the first Monday t ia Also 1000 acres south of New Saiyraa" in Tam 18;; 6.18,19.Isfell" 24. \ + 'lobaecoiKenu-cky: Leaf sers.ar t.... T.,...
J.uU'.mp. the ,aortlr half Rosette : .
a fe* doors North of the Court lio\ee. December. being of/ihe In"l1.' 19 ." now being openedstaitwstrtlpteel. ,_ ,
;,13, ; Jj"
Grant well .
For the counties of Alaekaa and timbered and near ufyifLlip :jE, CAdtPor ,
Levy, on '
. seeeaili.iisJ Also. ,fsrtj tkeusaad. acres oa the St. Johns River 21.S3.34' .'.> :
: DIWG4IS't. in peccmbcr. between Lake.George: and Lake Monroe. ; In" 11" 20 ; 7, 18. 20.'29. 24. E er .Ale. cae- ;:
, \.. P. C Zilttr CtenLt wdroggesit Nona! East Forth ..al ef Cohtti( jtaa ea tM third Monday consisting -
.I .'. .fS.aloafclfpiaehaxeawck. ; ak. diittred'latt ia 97.2 33. N 1or $ CioeolaitRi.
.. the Public Square,.opposite the middle bash: iaDeembe J.. : riots traeti. / it va- '."11"(21(t ; I, ,.3.1011,19_ : : AJe ptaits ",,p ,.J.--- 4
1 ')! The U.S.; District Court,af'St. Aigostiae the ..
[I' ", first Also; 3eOO urea in Alachva couty, suitable for 13; ,21, 27, 28, : artiele'C.agtew Wsu1b pas _. ,
Monday "
AprilT3E "
{ q LAWYfCRS.E. : 35,3ft" 1 t.
Cotton or.su lr. / Champagntqsutd -,.chice rZgj
i, ;,1 B. Gould Counsellor'.." ..*.4."at.. .' La* f-office on Ar- TBAYELLEA' QUIP Abf, 'r% acres ia Columbia County, good piae' In"lP' 22 ; 6.7,19,30,31ARREDONDO Anderson' Eat -TeN.11 1'

F I' dleryLane. the'&nta Ferrer. GRANT. i):w. Cavendish. Champtga Cadet ,
sir t
//. A. tfutafloi1.: Attorney and Councdlorat at retail.by .
t v ROUTES FROM CHARLESTON' Apply for term,, rticalaTS&e.to. MAKIOX COCSTT. ... 13.. E.. CARt
i L aw, office, Picolata street. -' \GEO.R.FAIRBANKS I" 12" 18; *" I,t. 3, 10. 11. 1. 14 ,"-Groceries -... ,,
+es, Prasltl
', t. William A. Forunrd. Attorney at Law and Solicitor From Ckarletton'to New York. Leaving daily at Agent for the p'tt/cbase and sale of Lands; la"1219 ; .. 2. 6, 11, 12. 1$, : Groceries, Provision,, It.
\ in Chanccrv-office on the ground door'j ot 31-2 o'clock r. M, By Steamer to Wilmington 180 Payment of Non Resident T.n.ltc. 20.21. 20,23,29. .. brig Benjamin Canur. )oow c&cia,... '

,! the South Wing of the ,Court House: miles-By Railroad to Welder 16 ) miles.-To PC- : _St.Augustine; FebS3l850.: In" 12'' 20 ; E3-a.of\. 2,5.$ : '=solicit the attention -of;'SdaJe the from New-"
; j George ft. Fairlanlct. Attorney anA Counsellor af 63.-Te Richmond ... i TP4e."r
tersburg To Acqnia Crtt'k7tJ.Dy I 11,14,16.17,18 :'uc. and others th
t! Law-office in the Court. Jgpyff. "'fjPtfBL'lC Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railroad to /lfotlce.' In 12 0)6.. 1.; 2. 3, 4, 6, 12. '! ,.w b<-ing received,to and*,n7n tars to/i u-l,.atenairt"., .

I S Baltimore 40.-To Philadelphia 9J.-To N w.York Six months after date we shall present oar 21222324. I' : piejar ; T'ndf.
1 : ij : OFFICES.font $7. Total distance 771 miles. Time 60 .hours. Fare I .and Vouchers Execatojrs of the Estate I. I n 12 22 ; .. 6.7,18,19 I!'I eusiomary tents at tsurihtma

I ) .' e Office. P. C.Zy Istra.Post faster,oa th* corner $20. I'' Richard. Weightntan decVilrto: the H 'a.Jadge GCO. R. .

: : of Bay Street and Public Square North of' Mar* The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston ,of Probatr .f St. J jto'e County, for a final settle! St. Augustine, Feb. 16, 1830. Flour averted brand, 25 jo Pi i;.t Brql"

,r. fket buildings.Sarttyyr every tenth day after the 27th of April o'clock r N.Thro I. meat, and shall at the same tune apply for Letter Crackers. 1500 busies Corn 75 ttalq,

1 i \ Gntr4r. Office. B> A. Putnam Sur in 60 hour*. Fare (Skate-Room) 025. 1;:Dismission as such Executors of which all persons WHOLESALE. AND' :.. bags Oats.50 do Brand, Iffbbls lL.1'''''
{i v k or General on capital Street,corner of Artillery From Charleston to PkilJelphii.;The Osprey interested in said Estate will take notice.JOHNM.FONTANE. B E. C.1ttll. Shoolde..2 do Bacon. 1 ft t tkr.e.-,

i Hospital leaves Charleston every other Saturday at 4 o'clock By RECENT. ARRIVALS the 15 bbls Lird. 35 kegs ttl 2S do Ittttr..'
i H. Simmons,Register i r.x.-through in 60 h.urs. Fare $20. / R. D. FONTANE.Executors\ customary supply o(Groceries Cheese.30 boxes des 3? Balf pidWJ

; of Public Lands-ofEce m the Court House. I. From Charleston to Xeu>-Orlcant. Leaving daily Jan 1,1850. &c. usually kept at his well known l"flta'1l 12 bbls Stewart's Sugar.IM&ld' dried.,. sir

Thor T.. 11""tll. Receiver, office in Court at 10o'clock, A. x. By k f;. C. Railroad ) Augusta 130 I; I : The attention Private families And'the do., 2 boxes Loa i".. 2f \
j' Ieue. miles By Georgia Railroad t Atlanta 171.-By TY--SECURITY-PERPETUrrY.,; licited to our extensive assortment boxes R H do. 10 baml H.lasrcu.. IJ' ,!

: ;. Judge nTrtlati.. (G. Humphrey's Judge) office Macon: and Western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By 900000.. I rated below below can be bad in original Coffee S bit chests Btsek'TiaSOlati '

;?? in'th? Court House.' Stage to Opblska 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery THE KUTUAI, LIFE INSURANCE : and at retail. '"" 40 kegs Nails 3,bgs Pen*?.. 40 'ban ,

'ft. 1 Peter B. Durn ,., Clerk Circuit Court,.office in 65 -By Steamer to Mobile 331.-To New-Urleo n. COMPANY TEAS.-Young Hyafj, Old Hyson Powder. 200 bars Lead. 3S fc6s pfctti.]\5

z 1Jie Court House. 166. Total distance 1,006 miles. Time 123 hours. OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL St., Im perial.Twankay Pond Json Souchong. Glass, 2 bola LOOMS**Oil. 3 *. Tarr

)I* Rafael JS.Canota. 'Sheriff tnd Tax Collector,of. Fare $39. 50. ?bTETAeejmulated Fund Nor. lat, 1849. $900- COFFEE.-Java Green Ground do. \ 30 kegs white Lead bbbwM1{ O'g. 15 aia',

I Ter, in the Court House. From Charleston to 31tf-Or/ anyii Savannah LM 000 securely invested ia Bonds and Mortoges Rio,Cuba do.Chocolate,Cocoa and Cocoa .. 5 bbb Coal Tar. 10 Q.1''p. I.

fi t'] t Collector ef Customs' John M Hanson, office,-- daily at 9 A. .. By Sljamer to Savannah 140 mile .1 on real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks SU.\ .-Shaving' White aerated Brown, 10 cases Cordials. 6aakes; mpap ,

t '1I 'rani P eetor of Cattomt. Ora Howard,, office ia -By Central Railroad to Macon and Western Railroad I; of the State and City of New' York and United 1 i legated dV.SPICES.. bbl. Mackerel. 9 boX"-, miunt; so'&.

\;,, Howard Building Market square. to Barnesville 40.-By'Stage tp.Ofelaka 100.- States I ijdyernment. Ginger, Race ; do Gronnu; 35 sacks Salt, 30 db tbl* tSaS.

I 1. H. Bronson.. Judge U. S. Court NorthernDistrict 1 By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By.Steamer to Mo- This fund-is rapidly increasing by a widely nuit. per Pimento 'Nntmegr.Clores, Mace. Tallow Candles, 10. doSptna/iv. 5 des

of Florida, office in the Court House. t 1 bile 331.-To New-Orleans 166.Total distance 1,(032 ded and prosperous business Arrow Soot Vermecelli, Macdaroni Curry ,do, 30 do extra San !5 I.....

I" G. R. Fairlankt. Clerk U. S. Court office in miles. Tim 77 hours. Fare $39. 50.MISCELLANEOUS The Company declared a dividend: of profits of fif- Mustard in jars and bottles. I 3 tierceaOil, 40J boxes -.' ,,?; 2 bbk

the' Court House. TABLE. ty-two per cent oa all existing policies on the 31st FRUIT. Bloom Muscatel and ., 1 bat Ginger, 1 bdl Hop,, i bsuk s
j 'Deputy Marthal. George I. Zehnbaur. office in DiJrlnce. Fare Time of January, 1848., Zante currants, soft shell Almonds ; Oil, I1 do Mustard, l Soae Ca

'the Court House. 3Co Athenn; Cm., 221 01. 87,95 20 h.ChlttedbogS1'tan. All the .Profit are divided "p$ Sicily Filberts,Madeira Walnuts,Brazil N Brandy. 1 .

I ,. : ./ .. 4-5& 13,12 31 the Insared. Citron. Brooms, 0 dOGin.6r.
I I ORDNANCE DEPAltT.ME;: T. "Columba.S. C., 130 4.00 8 The premiums are payable in cash annually, scm- CANDLES. Common Sperm and 10 B wrap

(i Copt Janus R. Hah yi\. 'Qrdnan.ce Store keeper, 'Camdf, S. C.. )t4 .OO 9 annually, or quarterly' ia,}crest being} added oa tho' W ick. / ., i hhds t.ttTobateo "
office onHtGeoroB.istfet/ a few doors South of the "Htmburjr, S. C., 13a 1 :OO' 8 deferred PICKLES, SAUCES. &c.-Pickles, iS boxes ale-
I Brands do.
itl I (,Dryi 1 I Tau, ,of visiting the Fort will make application toC Company Mushroom Catsup Tomato do, Fish Rope, 7cub .ate1'ttt+etl3t
Passengers for e th,;: o I ,ore paces leave cures to the parties for whose benefit the insurances sauce
t Ale &do
pt. Hanham. Charleston 5.1. Railroad; 10 o'el ock kinds Pepper do. Stanghton Bitters, p v..: *b bJ
.. daily by at. are effected the whole of the advantages, without
_____ Sugar of Lemons West India Pickle,9 do Olives, i do assoned Cal
JU x. 1 subjecting them to the heavy drawback of preserve, -
:' : ace am a
do Sardines
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. lated Ancltq s. ,I bbls W2&e Beam a ltlr .
premium notes. '
James. M, Gould.:. r r AGENCY Persons may effect: iosuxaitee on their own lives TOBACCO. Cavandish, Ladies twist. White Corks, S hir bbl Eickkjv.; .. ,

.; or and the lives of, 4 It .rs. A married woman can in- bacco. Macaboy Snuff Scotch do. Pine Lumber YeKov da.
Y'iCITY I ; OFFICERS. DU. FITCH'S' CELEBRATED. ears the life of hexk.i p4ltttd. the benefits of which aresecured Principe do, Common do. Plaster,etc.
s KfttAeie Solana. Mayor. :'ltIED.ClfE LI $. above are now in stun .arid
by law for the ud.w., use of herself or chil. Q-V.QR ndy. Otard Danpy TterdLi
r C Bravo,' Pulmonary Baliom. Depnrative Symp, dren. .r' Botdigk: Sptnts M rates and with much.ear j 'as' per skkl

,; Regan. } AI ermfn. Pectoral Expectorant., Heart Corrector, 'Clergyiuea and { others .a "t Gin Holland Do Skitdham The aoret hToicrs.aMi
: aty dependent eel
arnet, J Pulmonary Liniment. Humor Corrector po" Scotch; a fine article Assorted Liquor. CARJ&c.opened sit retail. '*.. *
Tics are speciallr illt te4 ro avail themselves of
1 M.Wedeeit,: Pure and Medicinal Cod Liver Oil, a resource WINES. Madeira. *i

t\ 'Clerk ef 'the City Council, Charles .Haager, office Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture r Cough and Cathartic Pills, wl1.uu th if surviving familes may be secured seilles, 51 laga. Sherry.Howard.Pale &Brown.Marsh & 2i_' E' CARR'' ....
o/ -
rom the penuq.
I _tthe Council room. Nervine, Female Pills etuia & Co, Champaigne.Hock. Sparkling Ordinance pr.r. .. Sic ;fp.. .
City Marshal. ant Clerk ef the Market, F. P.t Vermifuge, Female Spec fie, &c &c.; IaAiph explanatory of tbr principles of Mutual Vinegar Bordeaux, Porter London, in [ other firearms/1,;ui5t. C +rs fwd .tktrt
Used tiy Aim constantly with unprecedentedueee Jl Lffc Insurance and illustrating are advantages with P and InfuXiablo lastsss
and London
erreiral'I forms of application, be obtaiucd and Leith Ale ; Beer. +.., sad .Yste:--
the office
may at
of the HmWof
in the treatment o4 OILS. the city *f
Olive* .
Seal. A1ICUfi.
i Coughs ADyxpepsra th..Ieart the Company,35 Wall u.,-or of any OC..iIlIC'DtI. / perm' Cod and 1. 84 it .rd iced !
; A' .TJPEr.R, polds. Consumption \ FIBH. Herring Salmon. Sardines. y tk a sad.lldp,
B. E. Carr. Dpeases,. 'Scrpfula,Skin Dtreabes. TRUSTEES the city .f St *&IUf>aria t..n1A.. .
Jos B Collies, 'David C CoHen Cod.MISCELLANEOUS. (rom/IDtI.ratrthe
1 FemlreComplaints',
J : Wra J Alfred .- Pot paaage.f tbOtd1i-;
Hyslop, Edwards
\ MERCHANTS. Piles, &c. Sec. Meal. Copperas itshalU.t be lawful for aN
Pipe Clay/Bath Mer
R H Brick per-
Burr ought E. Carr. Wholesale and Retail dealer DI'.IFlteh' unequalled Pateitt End, McCWy Winston Wm Betts i8b Float Fig Blue London $tareh. discharge or fire ntr.any p..r' gaa..t.ly,

: 1 j i.fini/'0tlllty' Family Groceries of al!| kinds. Li- sliver Plated Abdominal Joseph Blunt ? Liquid Blacking.iA ]pas &. Quarts Paste in "'within the Chartered Limos .t said atr;

!. 1' f jorste., No.2 taat side Charlotte Street North Supporters. C W Faber, Isaac: G Pearson Shoe Brgs es.,'Scrubbing 00.* Corn brooms, Pe non or persoD' rio iattcg ti.-yrevi.iau5' .

1 .tithe Public square.Ueorgg Dr. Fltch' Improved Plated J.hiir'1elverton, Henry Wells! T:b.Pipes. German do. Night! Lights & shall be subjected! re a ... ., rve'

I : Burt. Dealer in Staple and Faney Dry Steel Spring Shoulder Brace.! Taeo Sedgwick Was Moore Patent Maues Percussion Cs ps.. Do to be recovered before tbM! .

+ J I 1 ode, West side of Charlotte street, a few doors Dr. Filch'n Silver Inhaling Stacy B Collins, Zebcdec Cook powder Salt Liverpool do. He it frrthcr.rdaustsyir j..ttAl, g..
I of Lane. John H Swift: Joaa Miller PROVISIONS. l. That if any person
lath Treasury Tnbe. Fork Beef. Ham. orrooons .un witless, '
1 1!: Mh M. Wakema Wholesale and Retail dealer DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIXLECTURES John Wadsworth David A Comstoek and Cheese. chartered limit fire,disc_".ot Ut iflu*

,I f I t, Dry Goods and Groceries., Grocery store on dil S M Cornell ,Robert Shuyler CROCKERY AND crackers,or other comb asst 'W DluaaW.

i"' .found floor of the City Hotel-Brjf Goods Store, Gwuv M Wilkins James Chambers ALSO GLASSWARE. such person or persons clJ be nbtet ts.a
Pt" John V L
I ; and II oppoait Pruyn Josenh TnckermaB, iie ULul: to be recovered Iwfcre "
irpf r of Picolata t. George street A Variety, the ,,:
Asthma Disease "
Consumption, o/ht Fred Whittlesey Moses H 3. lie it ,
Gria.eU.] ortl"i"J
.. e Court; House.. Goods '" dlt 1J. ,.
Shelf HardicareTin :
I the method ,, Ware '' r
Heart ,
I i'! '! (Lffitet S. $( N. Pinlhtm. Dealers in Faney tfc.,and on ofpresening Chafes EiTt: Wm J BunkerJoaa ,/ Boots f Shoo Clothing Hun < ? :J. That if any Minor .haUJi i.l te the ptitl'--
'* Hotel East Health and Beauty to an 0 roger Eugene Dutilh I erode, &c. opposite the Planters on lee u .....ebsiR
olat Walter Joy,. Francis S Lathrop, 4c.With of the prent : a
!It of Charlotte street- ; cnu.udiJ..w ___
I .Ptd,' 'Btnd. Dealer in Groceries, Provisions,ice.Vfter is'Book should be iaenryllUWJY. Tothe Con- Alfred Pen, J 0 Thatcher. ,other articles i I too numerous 4. Be it jrrtharordained That iTnJtioit'
> of Cuna and St. George street. umptive it points out the only reasonable hopeprom for 'JOSEPH 1<. COLL )Jt! Pjfsjdeat. The above stock of Groceries was selected: !.' th. pro axons; of flea Oraliaillft-:tltq i J

0 :Ja.uel. Crespo. Dealer in Family stores, relief.: To mothcw.the directions it gives for the care I Lire .AiBtTT, Secretary. York Market,and can be recommnJed r la '..,' '; s :>..il iN trccrerra o(1.:.

J ni, tc., corner ef Charlotte and Bridge streets and education of Children are invaluable. ?8,000 Jossri B vJn', Counsellor. deuce ; and will disposed of to sail the } : or 4..aa }'lrins; cEerys ct ncla Slut

j F. J.' Qrincy. Watch maker and Jeweler ontr copies of this Book have passed through the press and G. R. FAIXBAKXS. Agent St. Augustine Fla. and duced prices. We solicit' the attention of r 5eBc :aarcher.rdcinra.. 'f'at it .J.aD) .'

t ..c srreet. nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. the sale continues .unabated Feb Uti.. Jan.private families. B. E. for h' yper' to (:sake; cotr.pla. iytt.l rit-

V&Sj.NtUj; *. Retailer of Boots, Skoes, Caps, For Sale by S. $., FITCH $ CO.,707 >. 1. 1850.___ (.! { Ocdr; '. ; ". r.J t:' ti.U M 1M.OJ.!

r. c '"' &'c.7 I : east side of Chsrlottee street corper of Broadway, New Nark; Groceries, Provisions, &c. PaoBATi Orrtcz. Sr. J 08f' Ci) yof the f."J : ..nh31 tag..w, wJae""t-;
.; i-rlc'te streetand Treasury Lane. ,O" Da. FITCH'S TO IXTJOTDS, anDi. A very choice lot of Butter Sugar choice Hans 13th March. *es be .com .Hent itnesar '
I LnaT c Andre Tailor Charlotte street rections persons using fir Fitch's Remedies Bakta Pork Crackers, Fsh, Teas Coffee !pi- N oll e. 6. S, it father erdsiaed, tt iaf

r ..., \., t. eel &e. by dr. Cyprus jas discharged, for sale Administrators.Guardian contained shall U 10 COD ..
,.....'. t. r r' to be had, gratis, of a\\ ht is. Agents. All by Executors ? Ie P rnJir
Thomas An leu. Tailor Charlotte Street near kept on hand by his Agents '" March ,. E.CAIta' g. failed to file in this office of game along the ana,...ollb'. It-

\ I the store of. .George Bun. Au& 31 K. R. REID, & C(\., p 1 41f __ 'L. accounts required by the Statute ; are bertb, Rinr. and 'n! United Sra.e OJ JIi..
.. I.. ft___ __'-__ 1'-1.... _.__. ____ r Choice Groceries. that unless the same Temtoryy from firicgth.r .
jonn I utina. pooi 11I11..r, VMUOIIThe .UIt"'U' 1I'5".r' -r A are .trscptea, ; 1Ialu.tk
t 1 CUT Hotel Tax Collector's Sale. A FINE lot of Lard. Cheese assorted unnecessary deUylhe provuions of the o(their ai.uta ry duties. ..i..tlrs. v+bea.rttr

i Jcttph Manufacturer of Sepia, *shop in virtue of the power vested in me by law I.han Crackers. Hams, Ba spa. Fish Smoked Bee defaulters in such matters, will be rigidly opinion or the t4ieagoff.a
t Lopez By '
t and Fulton Market Beef. C. HUMPHREYS ,gnu or fire emu by ;.
H *arJ'1 Buildings. expose for sale before the CourtHouse I ,Judge of any 1A .. ...=
t'. ; O. _WH PI. ';Healer in Dry Gwc.eues "ASFM1ions door in the city of St. Augustine on the first I at retail. ..:C.: CARR.] March 16. nece..ry.the. foregoing IIW1t'

few doors South o> Ue Monday in November next.the following described
i CharlotM street NOTICE. 7. B 'f "
Hotel. 'properly, or so much thereof as will pay the State Fresh Supplies. To Ic iaa'its of i it farther n eed2 1 t.ai0 Otdp,
,. and County tax tfae therein for the year 164.9the and Cossouth flow discharging"" Picolata a DoUbt heretofore" passed, }Konifcifc: 'Ub> Siat- d
tfcim Mission if Xtlligtn. Cabinet makers, .BRIG lot of which THE : itSIGNED proposes Squiao. Crackers .
Council necessary expenses incident Hereto, vix: Eight supplies are offered to the fur lands mi ...' 3LZli3 '
Market square adjoining room. hundred acn of land supposed to bong| to Hc.C..n Trade in original Packages or at retail. ;. for all (: inflammable iwtramentsats taa kut...viai.r
i :Jcertaukrn;: / Black mi""h" and GunSnutht near Towland a nonresident,situated in.(fee county of St. 30 firkins Goshen Gutter, JO barrels Lard, 1 crate will be entitled thereto under |the Act i limits or the City or SL tiq.I.
fore .. .
be North; \ GaieoftfaeCiiy. bbl. Congress wlnn the same shall repealed.. #
Johns State of Florida being the same piece* of Onion.5 Apples,75 boxes Cheese, IS do Candy, hn ,
' 'land that was allotted to MaryM, Dunham u her Crackers'dried Beef hams,F. II. Beef. Traits,Raisins ed and become a law, for iho trod. ; tIe Tenth\ .tf APril 1", ....,' _
; I AMUSEMENTS.- ,- : rtire} of her father's Estate at New Switzerland Atrsona. citrons, currant with otherstele ankles FIVE DOLLARS for each Warrant AB A DQlO:( : :
Bi1 arc! Tall. Bowling Alley. C/g Heard bounded on the West by the River$t. John*, ani= i atplc+Raionzstoek; BOW' ia tatned. :. P. u. D1xu, Clerk" CtstttL =! "

Howard Buildings', Market! qoai e.Bowlinf ring thereon (n front 18 chains and 30 links on the Sept 91,- B. E.CARR. The object of this) notice is to give ,.. o ,
I' B jnsbtests,
--: Ji Alley, Ztenors tat *" bf North by lands of Louisa Fatio on the East by ---_--_ ants an opportunity of procuring Cttr 'of the
It -S I r 'r. Bridier' City Hotel. cant lands and bn the South by lands formerly owran Old Virginia Butter, Hams, Lard. the least possible expense CllAe -
I Phil ti,ip Gtmez. Retailer of Liquors i Rffreshraeats, Eleonora Virginia"Hams, do dodo I e :,
by Shoulders Those
1 wishing to seture the ud by sane rJJ
Choice \; (( of
&.e-,, ; rjir10'r. .. ,.. ttr.. q.t'.tsgU, Bridjerjs fowling Unless Taxes and expenses: are paid before the day ,marked Hams do do Dried Beef undersigned, will call at his office ; h'ACel.7' h Wen in a jJ '" CAn II

r I I Alley'! I ofsaTef, do do Mess Beef do do Butter do do Leaf Lard Ap- him by letter, and prompt attention, wads oa the and 2l fer if. .. h.

R. B.CANOVA.. Sheriff and ex-off pies Ctbbages Onions assorted, Crackrs, Florida given to their claims. m' Joseh Gut doer. p !'
i STAGE OFFICE. Tax Assessor and Collector St. Johns Oranges, Dried Fruits. Per Schr. Gbsey. Fnacia Gut .Ad sd..1'
t I Ofieiofthel.it.CI M.il Sle&,. rfdiers City I April 57. 1850. S.E.CARR.M. fiUP| other Creditor. decd or..u is CellI '. !
] Attorney ot
.' and ant!
: J Tax Collectors' Sale. ZVcBoberf Baker, Jacksonville. ? Fla, July 16th, to Ale tame ba tbe directed. I sh.lltr eaeelaf

:. : CIfJIJtCHES.i virtue of the {lOwer Tested in me by law, I ATTORNE COUNSELLOR .. j laid d modi mansaraad e al> '
.i I 1 I' 1o.n Catholic a.r,A. North sido MonameaSouth By expose for' sale before the Court House AT LAW.JlcxsoaviLuc '.( ,..:.pDOIL.&. Tar Rosin White'Oakum Lead; I 9t. Augttatine tee, .before th. ......a. it di

I xrquart.Neepal\ side Monument I II' door in the city of St. Augusdne on. the first Monday E. FLA.Wat Wkks,Lathes and&asctted Lumber;. rorMle Spik t betwren the bars 011 :l0Ddat or the 7t bel'lt,Ot j
: Cb"l square. November next the following described property practice in the Courts of the'Eastern : lassd3ottkatLyi,
Circuit Jill. 2d ) real! .
Preilyteria*: 1:' C&vrik. On St. George" street or so much thereof. win pay the State and Countytax in Hainitton county of(the Middle Clrtnit m Bfato, B.: I .d Bed 1 situate Eatateea.eta.. ..!4J'JQ ,

Scwthjof i tnesquare. due thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary and HitWborough counties of the SoJUjern Circuit in Military laeklaar. lying u4 "i e *zit it1.eli
tn said
lltthoditt Claftl. St. Geerce. street. ',.' ,"'aear the expenses incident thereto,rix: One hundred acres of the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; and the .United JC8T received few dozen Renders I I .... 'Dd Io..r County or Sr. oMIr,".h: I

., ;-Up olla f ou.e..,. ,. land more or less situated on the Sedth( of Julingtnn Btates Disrrrct Court for the Northern District of. to water and gives the atria : : steers. CMIot".Ho.i

I ) :.r,'\ Creek in the ppuaty of'8t{! Jons' belonging toHcary Florida ; sad will prosecute claims against the United gist polish without destroying its soft sopple & of grqpard 4
OF COURT. EASTHRM CIRCUIT Hull, a nonresident, pure ',aed by the said States before Congress aDd the Departments at Wash tie 9ta Utiea. and roarlMta I corur o1 it.... smi
rt J fFJtfS _:. or I'J.OIUP4, Henry Hull from James James! ington. I I Rcccommended (or Harnescs Carriages. POIDt. II"Ddlf ,lW. .

arete. TIE*. i Unless the Taxes and expenses. !are paid before the Being bested at jsonvilie for life,he will give _J At Retail. B. Eo ( : _,
f of sale. his entire and unremitting attention his t R.'P1LVJ..it. CA.'lOYAi
Counties .(9rn"11\4 Si Laeie at Mel : to profession. May Batted. Sheriff
i rorjhe tuetday i I. AprU.: *' R. B. CANOVA. Sheriff and -e:-09. and I all business entrusted to his care shall meet with TW "I ""' Hams OSL JohnsO rynd S,.. "
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., .l'-mlle the on the ofPutnam, at Pilatkt, second Tact-, Tax Assessor and Collector, St. Johns Co. prompt attention. I fi .'S' ". .. Pork Bacon J \ .A.UIt leo,cial bra sterj h"9-_ .".. '

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