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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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\I From the Luraln Argta. 'FIRE! I: The wounded officers were Immediately i]! A Blind Girl and her Biblt.-Wouid you fI
THE ANCIENT CITY ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. About a quarter past eixhl: o'clock las: ..even'in :. rescued from.the hands of theam-sins/ by torn .I know the value of the Bible let me intrO-
ti r'uBLisncz), WEEKLY I No. t? I ?;a fire bruke out in a'dwelling on Ba -Iane of theyatcbmen' and several citizens. Upon : duce you to a scene of deep'and'thrilling interests T,.

EVERY SATURDAY .I Mr. EDITOR:-As I urn frequently interrogated between East-Broad and Houstoun-sireotx, examination it was discovered that Slaven had ; ,,as related, by a minister, an eyewitness. -
' situation and owned Mr Mather. The alarm was given a penetrating wound under the left .
SYLVESTER MANUCY in regard to the climnte, : by i. nipple. ,
BY IK ADVANCX.P health of::Jr. Augustine' permit me, through and our Firu Companies werepromptly the I. The ball haa passed wilrds about the seventhrib 'I Young woman completely'' blind and deaf "
AT. TWO POtLAU ru will AKJitrX be inserted at SZVUTf tile medium of YPJ-Ir'paper to make the follow- spot, but the fire was conquered till alter and traversing ttm region a few inches 'was.brought before number of,eminent surIteons -; ,.: .... :
AvvitTiti&cxTS iup observations. ten o'clock, and not before jt bad destroyed npparertljywmd, a lodgement somewhere hf tosve if anytJUne could be done'for : ;
4 "IT" ciKL'ulire ****** for *heW 1 1it St.' Aueutffte is deligbtfullr eiUited:on thecWefncoasf tome..twontv to. tw iy4tve' f eaiirte ts. ThoMb : Ihe caviljfof.t "abdomeJ1.Tbcre.w nU t r. -. : ; : :.. -5; .
, ll iiio it"r eacb *nbc*juc t.D f.PIoi1diitllmi6! 6uthv of the ( blocks, boundeiTbyBny-Ianeoh the NUrthSt. a !superficial wound on the right side of thelower S Her sad condition had' been\ produced by a )

.3I3o Adcduetiou v.illXe made (for 'not '-:. In.I thiriifth degree of north latitude. The settlement Julinn-streets on the South, Houstounstreet part of the' abdomen. Tho ball pro violent pain in the head.. The only method for

I trrud (or I X montb/l./ I I Iu.o was made on the 8tt 'dny of September, on the West and on the East-Broad-street, with duced this had glanced off. communicating with her was by tapping j '
1ftm.l B.101n: i 1565; and is about forty years older than any the exception of two o'three buildings on liousV Captain! 'McShea, it was found, mid been her hand', which signified no-and by squeez-, '
!! other tuwn within the limits of tho Unht'dStates. toun and one on the corner of Bay-lane and shot an the renter and upppr part of.the.rtlht ing it, wnich signified, yes. The surgeons con- I'
. Will be exwutfd on yetobk! t?.rinE... .-'1 he Spanish, under the command: of Eist-uroid street, were entirely destroyed.But thigh.: Roth balls were deeply lodged in the cluded that hr>r case was incurable; and in reply 1
-=---- -.-- -- -:- -,-- i, Pedro Melendcz, lauded on the day above few ot the buildings burned were of much limb. A bull had likewise pased thrlu'ghthe to her earnest inquiri s, she received.the \

Tax Collector's Stile.By nalhtkl, atitl took, Thso'C'tsion.of!! the Country, value, although the loss fills heavy on the owners upper part of the back of hi j coat and waistcoat .i unwelcome tap. She immediately burst Into
virtue of the power vested in me 1 I'y law l'' p aimiiii! Philip II,Kitig of North America, of the property, us it was principally their The!latter ball must have struck him when he : tears, and went aloud in all the bitterness of.

that! expose (or sole before the Cwun llotjsc unll commenced. laying.Iho foundations of the all; nd some twenty or thirty families arc thus was! in n stooping posture. ;, anguish what," said she, '-:sba 11 I never see '
I q door iojUie city of bt Ai'guuiur on t'uc first Mon- city. Ht. .\u:: tihn-J M built in the otyleofau rendered homeless, with considerable loss ofproperty. Slaveu was a little better this forenoon, yet : the light of day. or hear a human voice? Must
day! oCf'ebruarYllrxt. the following drKNlu-J property nnctt'tit military town with its forts, walls, The great scarcity of houses and : scarcely a reasonable hope of his recovery :, I remain hut up in darkness and silence' 01.
! ,xu eo mjwU llwrt-of a.Ayia pay the State: nud thoneccnsaty diichcs!, atts. &c. the high rents will put them to much inconvenience could be entertained. The wound in his i I long* I livel" .

i county tax due tfierton incident f.If tln-ieio the year, VII 1 t1:1C( and | Is 11ea1'st length is north nnd south, along during the wu lcr. breast .t i believed to be mortal. The wounds .I And had she again been able to sec, she' 1i:. i

ript'oscs cHanJ on fonditiJcd half ..foac : the Mutunzas river; the streets cro&siu.; nt The property bclonged.to Urn estate otMrs.Wotthiiigton of CoptaiuA McShea, though painful are not might Imvu( been pointed to the promise of !
being .
JOO acre* tract situaltd betwreu Durbiu'd! Swamp right imnletf though; nono uf them .Would be Mrs. Mather,and Mrs. Schneider deemed' dangerous the Bible; if to hear, they might have been t
hundred acre '
I and the twelve mile house,gOing to lit. Johua. Blull regarded tu remark.tbly: ; strait, except in that ,a widow lad v. TheoccupmtilofLb: < dwellings Mr. Slaven and Captain McShea, were two cited for comfort At Icruth a friend.who.
from 5u Augustine which raid tract baa been nccntljr I suul'e of the word, which means a narrow passage saved most. of their furniture, in a danaged of the best officers in the district. They both was present, took up the Bible nnd placed itt t
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aurvpyeu by the" -U. --WIM.AlioSOUacH'i' The btreets, arc from six to eighteen ( state.. have families. To show dastardly char- her. It was a toucning nnd beautiful act. ;
, at Twelve Mile wauip being pa i :feel wide, and zt there uru>no cowls or yards I The fire s3idtohav: been .the result ot acter of' tho villiuns who shot them, they actually "Is thig tie Bible Her hand was squeezed
.' Cr a grant of 200 acre made to Go. J. F. Clark u? in front of ihc buildings! th.y present the uj>- accident, byu'lighted candlo coining io con- fired a volley! into the crowd about the in reply. She immediately clas.ped the Biblein
the 10th July J314, by the Spanish Government; I eainncc of naimw incJf! :!ures between: two tract with the bed curtains, which ccmrnunTca- drug store into which the; wounded policemenwere her hands: und held it up to her bosom, and
' and recntlr attrveyeJ by the United tDtro. I IAl i walls. Some (cw: of the modern bui'JingJ! .ted with buildln.-"'-Savannah Gwrgin 234. irut.DESTRUCTIVI carried. No arrests were made, and the] exclaimed-"This is the only confurt I have

,1 o WO acres It or near Deep creek on the Eart :, have d !ightlul 'ardr"Jn front well filled- with murderers are still at large.-Phila. Dulltlin left; I shall never more be able.to look upon ,
. .ille ofSL Johns Uiwr. being part of a grant for tropical plants and hruL rv. The old Spanish : Ftas M C J..1tLESTOK.-About I -- --- ----- its pugtif, but I can think of the blessed promise .
:WOO acre made by the Spanish Government to Ceo. houses ore ull built of shdlrIcIccatiet'' one; 0\'lock this'mornfng the extensive Foundry 1: New tiue steamer between New I have, learned from it'*-and\ then began to .

J F Clarke on the J6th'Febrnluy. leU. the east I II I JI IAlo "1 ()(]uiniJ." The city beau strong marks of its and Sielm: Engine ,Manufuctory of Messrs. Orleans awl New York.We I, repent some of its promises: -Cost thy burden ,
I fiWacrw at or near Deep creek on Cameron MeDwrmid & Mustard on liasell-sl are pleased to learn hut tbe of '
prospects S
) makes
and a the Lord and he thee. :
its singular.apptrarauce will sustain
atiquily, I ,
upon .
.I, aideof St. Jphw riYt'r.l being part the of a grant* ., for(-overn-2000 ;,, strong impressicn upon the mind ,of a Yankee i' near the ,wjiarf, was discovered lo be on fire: ,I sucrcsa n.. .very favorable for getting up thu Call upon me in the nay of trouble. and I j
made toG J F Ctarke. by Span : and in few minutes the largo building was line
awe whieh''o said who never before saw any th'uiu quite to a proposed ot steamers to run at regular days will deliver t thee."- ,
tne1t on the 1S\h.FC' rIlAr,.1811.. wrapped in n'thoct of flame. The contiguous: J throughout the entire directly between I'
year "
rwh bat been recently Burveyed queer. I shall defer, until another number, amore ".My J grace sufficient for thee, &c. Sh" .
ol 300 acre; and the wharf next
tracts warehouse grocery store on this city and the great commercial emporium
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of the
minute description cily-ofthe dried her tears, because submissive to the will ,
by the United .statNAt.o buo', '. la Constitution" the edifices look fire, and flames proceeded Southwardly (jf the North.It "
20UO on fOudt) side of creek Plaza ( e public# : of God, nnd was happy.-Olive Branch. !
acres Liun's Lake with & Johns ii,- -Fort St. harks, &c. along thuwharfdestroyzng in rapid succession is intended: in the first instance: to run only .
I which communicated Northern half of E 4000 acre tractcr.beinethe aur- ', AY a place of resort for invalids during the thA Foundry Messrs. Lockwood & Johnson two steamers,starting on the same day from I Mist Singular Accident.-One of the most
T/yrd 'for John. rowaM.beingpartofa grant. winter season, St. Augustine will not suffer : anil the Blacksmith's shop of Mr.. Jeflbrd & each city.-These vessels are to be constructed singular accidents ot wnich we have ever ( .
I 3lJBOO .ere' m.d to aid Brow.rd on the U4th ,I. by comparison with any other place in.the U- Mr. Cor)'. Here, it was happily arrested in expressly& for the purpose with all thk modern hearJ, took place yesterday afternoon on Lib- ,
AugutI816. rnon. The distance between the clty'and.the this direction, but the large war house of improvements and new arrangement fur th, :I erty street.: An empty barrel, which had been -' S

I Also, 15(U acres rii-trf on the west ride oCMatln- main ocean is ubout one mile : the intervening Messrs. Cameron, McDermid, & Mustard, on comfort,convenience: and safety of passengers.Thaviare brought from New Castle, Lawrence county, :
Inl river, beinff an undividrd part of a bOO acre: space, being, occupied by t the north end of Prichard streetcontaining some hundred bales to be eighteen hundred tons each I stood on the pavement in front of Mr. Wil-
tract,bounded! on the iUbMu old Brhtih m.emrnt -(1. Ana.ttaciu: Island arid Mutnnzas river! The of hay and quantity of molasses was tntirely and it is estimated t that they.can be completely Ham Dyer's grocery and produce store. It S

called Holme' olJ t eld.AlHolJotinthecl.y'ofSt. ground on which the city stands, is quite level consumed frith its contents. Thu two-:>tory finished and put in operation for ,about 3180- had contained mixture turpentine and alcohol -
\ Augustine} on the rut dry mind s.mJay, with a gentle elevaIitr\!above, framed buildings west of thu warehouse belonging OOC each. nnd the head which bad bcuo.pie...*l ,." .

id.,of Marine street,leading the(Jom.utb the Uintk end of the to the ..(!n. It j is nearly surrounded, by salt water to Mr. Smvser, were also destroyed. It is decidedly one of Ihe most advantageous for the pi!!nt stood ,uppermost.A .
; his old po..wt Maga.zinnur aa1J uf.to low-water: ,. -St. Sebastian rivet pn' the west an4 south J JMnlmztll These were insured in the Hartford Insurance routes'for line ot such* steamurs and there; can small colored boy akout twelve years .
''rtf '. .d CttCIUUX'V fco" At this point by the most strenuous be .doubt that the returns particularly on
) b..nded on the North bf n I i! nndthe, ocean on pie cast: The Company. no I old, named Williams, came sauntering alone 1
zwiikofMat.nzal Ilinr. Cole late the property winds from the north and west nru broken and unwearied, exertions of the firemen, the the above cost will by ye'ry large. Tne intercourse with it segar in his mouth, and us it was unlit ;
Jot ,.loninS Veighunnn.dec.-awd.1(1 Margaret: Al 1 the above de- by the forests: of pine, palmetto and 1 livt. (ouk- lire was finally arrested. For a long time the between the North and tne South is an. drew a match; across the head of the barrel to -\

Kirhard, returned by John M. 'online, I I! those from thu east by Anastacia Uluiid! and danger of the fire crossing Pritchard-atreet. I nualy increasing at a very rapid ratio and witha light it, w en nn explosion as loud as that of : i
-lHJu.a.wHf.'i: 01 311! irate Taxes those from te sunny south.arcalwat:: :grate was imminent but the gillant firemen inter \\Cll conducted und regular lino of such cannon \Vhenrd;and the little fellow ws '
estate ef G J F Clarke, for T ), 81 J 99Couutytax ful in the winter season. j posed their bodies as a living wall between the steamers, not only would they convey the passengers prostrated on tho pavement one portion of the
c1LiC by at 25 per cent 04 00 During the few months I remained at St. flames and the buildings and there by saved a connected with the two cities, but head ot the barrel having struck him on the:

VukM taxes and exprn-r are paid before the day Augustine, theresidents of the city wl-ro remarkably '- vast amount of property. would attract at New York all! those wishingto cheek, which l laid it open to the bone, while
of healthy, and northern visitors felt The loss of Cameron, McDormul and Mustard come South; from the neighboring cities and the oth.rpirt was thrown over the warehouse
aIe.a.. P. CASOVA, Sheriff )d cxoff. and acknowledged the sanative influence of we regret, io sty:: is vi-ry heavy not less: they would likwise ttlFord the most convenientand Messrs. Mitchclrec. The poor fellow was
'J n.x A&sossmr and Collector, s. J. c. the clirnatr. There is anolher.tribute should than forty thousand. dollars:: of which nut more economical mode fer the! citizens uf Mississippi likewise severely burned.

St., Augustine, Oct l6tb,1850.! the "AKCIEXT CITY," or rather:to its' inhabitants -I than three thousand are insured. A numberof Alabama and Florida to visit the North. It is! supposed that the heat of the sun had
I pay of all classes' amd that is, kindness and steam engines nearly conpetedand! a large We hope tho merchants and others interestedin filled the barrel with gas, and as the lad drew
: Collector's Sate.Br hospitality. amount machinery of various kinds,destroyed I thu: irade and prosperity of New Orleans: the match ccross its hand, it passed over the

Tax virtue of the power. vetted in me'by h w, I I ..ome ustimatc of tho salubrity of the climate: with their buildings. We have not heard of will extend a literal support to this new enterprise spigot hole thus communicating with the inflammable
shall fur MC! before the Court ll >oae nt Si. Augustine may bo formed,from the tact the estimated loss of the other suttr rM. kbr it is full time we were"up and doing," gas within.-PiUsburg G utle. .
door in the city expose of Mt Augustine, on the first Monday that there is but ono physician ;in :regular For along time it was feared that the flames when we see lh" activity and enterprise exhibited o
< of May next, the following dencribed. property practice in a population of more than 2000. would extend across Marsh-street, to the extensive by other cites in promoting their trade A fEW WAT TO LAU BREAD.-The' following
or *o much thereof as will pay the Slate and county }The! heat of summer H not so oppressive as shipyard of Messrs. Marsh and Son, in and progress! and unfortunately so much ut our i is a new nnd vuluble receipt for making
tax due thereon for the year 1650, and the nrcetssryeipenwB : might, bo anticipated is essentially modified which there wa.a fine steamDuat on the stocks, expense and unless we make suitable exer- ,1 I broad: Tako three tpourds of flour mix
incident thereto, vis: by the sea breezes-the :mercury in the nearly ready, for launching. but the wind tions we shall soon be reloading as a city, I it with three tcaponnsfull: of soda, passing:: the
One lot of land in tb e city of St. AuguJltlne'W'st thermometer rarely, rises about ninett-six. de- which at first'was blowing steadily from the l instead of progressing i in company with the I whole through ''a sieve in order that the scda

of Jitaria Ranches creek bounded north SOld by of lot Peter oThoana. grocs, I ni I duiing the lost winter did not northwest, suddenly changed to southwest and i other seaports of the Union.-N. 0. Bulletin, I I' may be well mixed with the flour to one
.Crosby, Jl o'nib by lot lately during the flames were prevented from extending in : of water add a tablespoonful muriatic .
sink below thirty-two degrees.-Gardcns, quart
,SkentJmiih! ( IhiIip'Weednian.tb and.. Oneida others street, east by the whole winter exhibited the freshnessof that direction. I THE SUPPLY or SUGAR-It is' estimated'that acid in the liquid form; pour the mixture into S
Maria Sanchez creek and we cup- We to that a gentleman: who was the quantity sugarsof hand on the 1st of Au- whole
Andrew and other! individuals ours in this region, in the month of August. regret say the flour, and mix the just enough to-
posed to belong to Col. his exertions at the fire bad his shoulderbladc the principal market of the world
active in in
undivided measuring Nurth and south Green peas, beancabbagl'lettuco: beets,celery I gust, get the ingredients wholly incorporated( together. -
J" ; 500 ill now feet east and we.4 150 (vet. The above &.c"., aro cultivated during the entire broken by a post falling on him and was onlyone.halfofthat on band at the same Wet .tht.! hand in cold water, and
about
< Thomas Crosby. I \\iiiter. To invalids peeking 'a southern .I'csi- n colored man was lying dead inPmcknuy date in 1849. The deficit ij i accounted r'>ir by mould into a shape; slap it at once into the
lot *returned by
Unleiw M-a Taxes and expenses are paid before day dence. durng$ ; till winter, rJt. Augustine will street as we passed whether (from acciden or the progress of population and not from arty oven, and during the cooking of any meal
ofeal*. present Mcifasa healthy and agreeable location. exhaustion, wo could not learn.-Charleston great falling: of production. In 1840, England with five minutes labor you can have excel-

K. B. CANOVA. Sheriff nnt? cxoff. Tho best route for visitors: from the Mercury, 19th inst.MURDEROUS i, consumed: two hundred thousand tons nnd in lent bread. The soda and acids, constitutethe

Tnx Assessor nnil Colh-cior, R. J. c.. States of Ohio Indiana, and Illinois, is:: byway 1849 eight hundred and seventeen thousand, elements of common salt, and they not
PHILADELPHIA
St.AuguincOct. S6t: I0.'rat ufthe Ohio riyct to Pad ucah-up the Tennessee AFFKAY IN caused by low prices and by the addition'annually / only rise the bread by combination,but salt it
A mo t cowardly and murderous affair took of four hundred.thousand to the
riv r to Chattanooga-and thence to popqla- in the bargain. Try the experiment,ladie.1V ..-
Knlc.Y place in Moyamensinz. A small shed in the tion requiring ten thousand hogshea&-oone .
CoU.'c lcn"'I!' Savannah by rail road. Two. boats leave I ttrn 4ldrocats.RavaN .
rirtuof t'lf p iwrr v...'tei it iie bv-. law, I I Savannah week f for Florida, landing : neighborhood of Thirteenth and Christian thousand pounds each every' year mo're than
B khail! eipcw fur wile l II ',,re the Court ilou..c at nt every Picolata I ,eighteen miles( :: by *tago i I streets, was fired by some lawless characters the preceding one to supply her wants. OF A LOXG ABUST Lovxs.-One of / .
-'lr1JpuviUe in the county ,'f Oi.tai .on the 6rst Monday from passengers'St. Au ul'iliue. belonging tothe western part of the District, The increase of population in the United the most curious instances of the romantic* /
or February nexl.llie followmij flrscrihed property Wore anon. E. W. hUBBARD.I with the evident design ot drawing into an State is estimated at one million per ,annum, accomplishment of an early love adventure/
,or so much /hereof as will pay the, hatc and county I alUhuscnalo.nnd fight /an antagonist party in and consumption thirty-five pounds each! per-- which it has been our lot to chronicle, has re .
,taxdse thereon for the year )850,and the necessary PRICE or LABUR is ti RUL'&IA.-A letter from the eastern section. The ruse failed son. This would inquire 35,000 hogshead, of cently occurred in the neighborhood of Card
: thereto to wit : Sardinia thr N'waricdn'rHser, McShea, of the watch, after callingthe the demand in
expenses ncident Turin, to Captain of similar size, to meet forming gan. Twenty-three years ago, a young man
1000 acres.Berrcsford St. JohnsRivcr.belongingor Duuhatn. snyx" the average price cf land there i is about roll and sending the men to their beats, the aggregate 45,000 casks of sugar more in named David Evans! having paid.I his ad4resies! t 1
: supposed Ito' belong to bIMP-OX.iJavid It. fhcrifTaud: $266: acre. lind th.it; it isuenenilly owned'by proceeded in tho direction of the fire to acer- 1850, than in It49. The present! scarcity is to a maiden""fair and free," in the vicinity of i

JOHN Tax co lector, o. c. n-iblts. The 'letter'ndd :. tain whether there was any disturbance. As caused by increased consumption and Dot by his native town, nt the mouth of the Tivn,wa.i j.
"A firla-Iuborer.' who understands his business he was passing Along, in Catherine street, between decreased production. dispatched to attend to his duty as'a navigator
Nov.a._ thoroughly, receives he sum ofJ 00 francs I I0th and llth he suddenly found himself It can turdly; be expectedsays tne U. S. on the 'raging main." He started for Cardiff

Tux Collector's Sal $19) (:''-1' year, and, if he behaves himself, beset: by some half dozen villains who Journal, that Cuba should produce more sugar accordingly, in a vessel ,named the Berk t
Mae of the power vested in me by law, I u.present ot two ahirtsund a pair pantaloons were concealed behind a fence. These fellows l- in future than she nod The circum- Icy, which in ubout a week on board plunged '
BY I ahtli expose fur sale before the Court House from his master. A farm 'woman eels for one presented muskets at his breast, and staces remaining the same she must bra few into a watery grave. For no_less than!_twentybrec f
at Mcllonville, in the county of Orange on the first year'* slavery,' 30 trades (86) and at coarse threatened him with instant death if he did years feel the. want of laborers as it i is said years it was supposed that David Evans It

Monday of February next the fol owing described and t Jreu or two.. A man: who boards.. himself, not go back. that the cholera hos carried 01125,000 slaves, had perished with "comrades, but he last
I property.or so inuchtherrofas will pay the etat takes. service for a year at e7U.-- A woman I], Some of them cried out to shoot the d-d -, and it is fair to conclude that with the friendly week landed at Sberncss, .from Austraha,
county! tax due thereon arid the necessary. expensesinciden I, for 840 You I1sk.how they live-J"rotente," ; while one of them called upon the rvstnot lo | feeling which now.existi between Spain and where he had been quietly but rapidly accu-
'thereto,to wit: is the answer-Indlan; baked between kill him, Their manner was menacing in the England tho British ministry have eagerly mulating cash in the long interval that had
300 acres, on HilUborough: ; River, belonging oropposed hot tones. and cabbages tor extra feast Up- extreme. and they swore that if any of the i iCaptain's seized the opportunity to press the extinction elapsed since his exodus from the country ;
R. M. I
Or Byrne.
to belong JOHN to SI.\rPSONherirTand on the railway and public roads smar;, first- .d-d officers dared to come any of the'slave trade upon the Cabinet of Modrid. and it, was then ascertained that in consequence -
I t '\ Tax collector* c. rate man can earn 30 cents per day in summer : further west they would kill them. which could be so easily effected with an expected of quarrel with the captain of the
NOT a.. and 5 in winter, boarding himself-the average Captain McShea getting clear of them.save naval force of upwards ot twenty'ves. Barkley, he bad left that vessel a few days
_Collector's Sale. is below this. A woman "navvy,1 Dod the alarm, and obtaining assistance ofotliers sclsofwat.-N. 0. Bulletin. previous to tho fatal disaster which had consigned
Tax
K Y virtue of the power rested in me by I....I la-re are thousands of them: who pick, dig.spadewheeland Slaven and Gillan, whom he met :n Tenth her and her gallant crew to the deeep.On .
received 14 cents,and street the three started up Catherine street, Evan's arrival at he first inquired
JEJ9 shall expose for sale before the Court Houseat dump, ; lkaih of DwAon? t\t Mathematician" Cardigun,
:Mellonvffle itj the eoontyof Oranle. on the first an active boy 12. A horse, cart and man,can towards the spot where the rioters were supposed We have been informed by a gentleman just for his early love, and he learned that
Monday February next the following described bo had for 85 cents per day where large to be aucmblied. As they were groping from Toronto, Cauda, that P. M. Deshong fully believing in bis demise,she had becomethe
property er M taw*i thereof will pay the state and forces tare required. The; excavtion on the theirwayin the.dark, close in tojme fenceon the mathematician of considerable celebrity, died wife uf a vavored suitor, who had tacitly
and county tax dae ttrjreou for th? year 18 JO,tni the railway are, in part ma,in by lusty women, north side of the trying to discover the oh: board tr.e steamer City of Toronto," between departed this life and left her free to accept
aeceraary expenses incident tlu-rcto.to wit; whodarry away the dirt i in babketsupon their rioters, they were all at once fired upon. Kingston and Toronto. on .he evening the offer,of which her former faithful aneanoraia -
ftSft ft-9 acres north of Indian River, renr its heads." There were about n dozen discharges o 10th ult. His untimely death was caus now promptly made her, and which "'o
bead,belonging or supposed to belong to heirs of Fernando musketry, some of the shots being simultanef i othe Mr. D. was a nl\ti1'eof Lancaster need scarcely pay was at once accepted, ami '
Lowe. JOHN nlP O ,ioht'r.ft'and. The manage of a Buncomb' ball was in the ous and'othars coming in quick succcssi n. ed appoplexy. mathematical the .marital rites in two short days were ck
and a high
Tax collector, cC: c. habit addressing the male portion of the assembly : Officer Slaven, who was in advance, received Pa. enjoyed brat .-Ex. Papet. .. .
other )
His qualification were exI -
....-,... No1' !!. thus: -All you shoe and boot men are two balls, and fell at the corner of Erie street. reputation. and he has written
_ OI[ White Lead. Vaf: all moccasin are ,' a few yards behind, 'I I ceedinily good as a poet !
Turpentine. dances men McShea who was
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.t.--L. October 29ih. 1850.MY S' Thy r"J and staff they comfort met the nrnvnl. at :hifs [tort yesterday of the l sympathies var, : :tn.1Ifwr of the will oe npt to |1'avl'hjl1to|, h

DEAR Sir. : The bleak winds from the ,I P" alm23dr.rse21th., mail,6leamcr! Si Matihexv.; we have advices I hold to spit on his,pour hinds.fellow wi)0 |let V"fco -fau-

I rth, us they come sweeping': over Lake Sleep, :;thou"art banishbd-from my pillow frontiTumpa to hu 3Cth ult. It appears that I ,

ie. Huron, Michigan, Superior and the ,:ifiisUight, .. H 1iJ fc2oo-c&eeone of the last Indian delegation FIDELITY OF A NEGRO.

!, nn of I lesser L I keg, reaching nhnl).'t tu the For very miny;, and heavy ,I Insisting!t&m.Arkansas.brought in the removal here of,the with Indians the hope, ami of! Our friend 3!r. Banner,

< -- 1 I rtic region,1: remind me of the delightful cli- Are,my trials-Lord, support*tno with thy who was musing when his colleagues: returned of& Smith, related to Ui esterdayTjfc:

t 3EQttUTY OF ; I! tlnofSt. Augustine.' And yet, it is not the at\ might,. home has come into Tampa. It has always forma a negro' who has lately returned from Cal.

KESISTAKCE ( alone that reminds me of the South. I \Vith"thy roil and staflcomfukme."* been supposed that he had turned traitor, butnow ,- examples, which forms one of the most imcet"ing
; fidelty and
== fou'months absence he has devo'ion of .
after it
J : '. ST. i kindness I received man strangers ,due Jt js not formy, physical suffering,.!. *- bringing with him the whole family appeared of Sam- vnnt to hw masttr, that has ever Come under ser.
notice.
.' j i ng; my !last winter's residence among you, My tears: do flow so bitterly I I Jones, comprising his two wives and alibis our from About two years ago It lp.ntlcm,11

I'' j'e are ( ill ncr \forgottcn.\ : I have but one' Wounded b! those lovdTmy; heart f.! bleed. 'childfea/! The old man is now left without a with him Mississippi his thvorito vent slave.n Cnhlflrslia. takio: ..

Revcrened Du< : j iFlori- -r--feone oftfis family. These Indians,eleven stout! man; b;
visit
ing to ren't III reg.rd to the
: ; my i jll& f9' name( Walter.. O.i
; f iv I" 1 "tt. will be off Arkansas arriving in Callturni.
: r, sent to in a few .
\
\
Np\v Jersey,
/ and that is, that I did not remain one' With r it j the Mississippi gentleman
; "fhy rod and! stnft'co.mf m%: vt':< .contcmplaics onth longer, when I returned again to the .4 j 4#> ,1 I who Is the brother of Ham's two f mines, xx here he was soon attacked by.it severe -
our city, wll| I 'Be, .m'. Physucign' -with thy, love .healfny: and lingeriniHscase! which
wi and
: of Lake Erityl found little or no ap _. hence, by the Indian law, are i hw prevented
Presbyterian C1 heart, obliged, to follow him rather than: their hus pursuiMg his,labor. In the m h.i.ne. the
and had frosts v.
of spring, we heavy i I
I I negro, Walter, attended his
&. '
To ule aid band. Sav. mastsr'ssick
i -.. keepftbe golden r me, Rep. bed,
4\ The Great r more than n month. .>,. administered 'faithtully toall hiJVtm I
*,
And e'en nnll
when wronged
Cpee forgiveness Curiosities; the Earth.= .Al the devoted fraction* of time, II workiii", ;
" : I left St. Augustine\ on the 14th Marcbthe W of city of Mod- j in thc
, to impart- 9 cna, in Italy, and about four miles around it, mines, thus acquirin- means of procurin*
\v9- received in the Thermometer: standing at 82 .' With"tay! rod and staff comfort me." whenever it is dug when the workmen arriveat the iH'cessitu-s and comforts of Ifa, for hilmaster.

holiday j lc, weather was delightful until* we arrived' the distance of sixty-thjee feet, they come Finally, the. master died in n stran-a

sity in the Jacksonville the next morning, when we Exiled -misrepresented so dark seems to a b$ ofchalk, which they* bore with anau- and dreary country' amon:,: carelcs,, reckless,

size of the ,, the atmosphere, very damp, and the riv life, gut five feet deep. They then withdrew from aside anJ indiJfcrent'li1en, who would not turn

E'en returning health sad would.be, the pit before. the augur, is removed: and up.i without a very lary* rcmuneration, '
.drawn: pictures : covered with a dense fog. The fog, how. Bull love thy will welcome warfare and i on its extractions, the water bursts up through aid the ne- to commit Aa n_ -Nmln.-........ .. ...,..- t-U'II._
,- ,
tonish-every L was soon dispersed, and we had a'pleas-I tie apnrture with great violence, and quickly master to inother! earth. B/ appropriating

original passage to Savannah., ::1 remained 9JJq.: strife, fills this newmade well, which continues full I however, all his accumulations to that object,

1l-., .Christmas JJre; I a few days, and then went -to Augusta If"thy rod and staff comfort me." :and is! affected neither by rains nor droughts. ho succeeded in giving his m.isier: a decent
I Be Thou guide and jUt that which is fnW "tial,and colfectinrrall his, and
remarkable: in
paper*
ned,"nnd the ': y steamboat. From thence by Rail Road tohattcnoOgi my protector, my my thfroperation pron-
friend, is the I layer's of earth as we descend. arty tujreth, depiu.d them 'iil soms satb
York To townthc. Tennessee river to Dc- At P nce. Ilf? then pr..led with
say the depth fourteen feet are found the rUe his >lib.ir! of[ -.
.other good thit1 across by Ruil-road toTuscumbia', and Teach ate to cast all care on Thee, ins of an ancient, city, paved streets, houses, diir! :.:ms- nl Wlihi ..: 1 iVtf.il.1.:and after.1 long
'
pictures must : I ca nin down the' river to Paducnh on the Ohio Give mc strength, from my hoar, cv'ry sin floors, and different pieces ot mosaic. Under period o: : <:. ,J.-,..: .. '1,1! ,alnir, succeeJi-J in
to rend, this is found, a soft oozy earth made up of accumuLri-: ::1\ ?, a hou.ziflJ dlnlrof"coM : .
.The su ( ; Cincinnati, thence to Sandusky city du-,1. Ih-i.-M.I ; : )
"With "thy rod and staff comfort vegetables; and alftwcnty-six feet deep, large : r e.teJ'lutll me.
single copy- y: Rail-rood, to Cleveland by steamboat, nnd trees entire, such as .walnut trees, with the < uk the 8tciui.rf; .. J't i.ci iii ihe city a lew

i, ,Co., New\ York, ome by land. Including 4 days spent at Sa And until I am laid beneath some green walnuts still sticking on the stem and the leaves I da\saiouii: | p:. ,,'!-tiimwlftoMr! : Banner

); 2 at Augusta, 1 at Union Point, 1 nt sod, ; and branches in perfect state of preservation" i I at hii count::.; U. .ta, '' jtli a letter from his \
At twenty-eight feet deep a soft chalk is found deceased. Bn--rr: ,r-A\! : ':.of:! >!d dug:. Thi
n" Tuscumbia and 1 day in a Grant me thy love to be mv staff, mixed! with a vast quantity of shells and this I I.-r: 'in,'.,. .;,;:-Mi. ,';. .J.;:;'. .- of tht? fidelity and ...

: Every few" ck' on Lake Erie, 1 made the trip ill twenty: .Thin tho' words} ond'deeds be misconstrued bed is:: eleven feet thick. Under this, vecra.1: cl-v.' i >', ... .'k-.' 'atr;.' t.) :'si-, i .. :r en isrcr, beg-" e.1 -

..- forma days. I mention the, route as a very good ,-each ,rod I bles are found njjain with leaves; and [LiIt:. ,.t't; r-r"f. "-i jiit iir,'rcsr: and see that
\ ; es of trees bcfurc. J lit- w.jj-: : ; iit,:';;;':.."II. Ir. B.iner
North Savannah I'll kiss but ns
to
-dreading Eave
from ,
many c ne for visiters the. nought thy wrath. -., thi..: ..u,:.' ':, ftt'; !,.) t.1' Mann of tilt'him. -

.starllin news nd St. Augustine.: The only alteration I Cease to mourn, these sxveat words do MASSACJI..sETTVIlIiGE;' .Mr SCCDDEH, an.I! to.J! iui i Itt :he \vmtU carry grasp; out hi mntcrs -,

brought a suggest: is to po directly from Atlanta whisper to me, \ a Whig candidate for Congress in the New request r. with the! deepest interest antSOIlCIIUdc

How Macon to Savannah by Railroad., Bedford district. thus defines MassachusettsWhijrjrery for the welfir.j ant
!
few For this-the rod is stretched o'er,thee. prospontv. of
faithful l
: so
; sCI'vant.-.Yc.1D: Orkam. l'.ti'f
how few seem i I; After mv return I suffered for a Tow weeks That'hereaftcr' the Lamb's glory thou may- "Jl l have not the time for extending my remarks .

I \ not \\'l'nlthQ severe cough which subsided with the est see, but will briefly say tfynt ihe doctrines and COOiCLVG: FO'jmMl: rANniALS.: '

h'cof Value, of warm weather. During the Lean! thou on him-thy staff He'll! be- viewsupoathe>> subject ot slavr-ry which the It nil l't-i where i it b':'rohs! i.np..r!ant tr,

world might be \ I have: had tolerably good health, but Thou art to radienl Massachusetts! Whigs; have so long battled fun'c th? prtnluct-iiotlMritj i nntiticsuf(I ,.sh
a home
: I I gone prepare for cannot be given up by me. I hall be readyat and f tt m the anim II t'r.ny oti.l: : in the shurf-)

would not ; : i' still unable to do much business. I shall Lord, grant that this blest truth may be, all times to make a legitimate practical up. e>t p-'riod and with tJuj, : Uuisitp";--m.the c iok-

the least and : spend the approaching winter at Balm to my heart-till that home thro'hee plication'ot"them throughout the Union/ which, I i'1,: ilr trrnntiti: ;! os i'i ;illt.1 onn, iiiii: U i iaflic : -.

.it i is, paper ( : South, (tut have not as yet determined at i is won, effected, would undoubtedly rep..aLtheenact.I : rie ;i'i-.l sta-ri'! {.o*..ti'ie t-ir !1.11'' .;-!...i'iiil r:tflu. ;
Calves ment called the Fugitive Slave.Ltw l aboli.-r! I I!! of! ti.! ,nutritious i,:\r ic..:\ ,s t. i
:
commecce has St. igustine o' Till nj-i.ry o :s.we
; : nt place-perhi p ; there-"Thy rod and stat! guide me.. in the District Columbia anduxti'wtthe .
I ,
;
slavery : "flrlll
'i! inIporz&s: i-et': i tT ;r, *
\ equally and ; trje) Island of Jamaica. If at either' of the principles ot the Wilmot Proviso f.vcr nj!: .1, T:,. rxpnsiunt: 'li ./i. :>j-en :e.4ted" \vlth.Ib

of vn I uc.'r ter places, I do not expect to find :a more. Five lays Later from Havana-Arrival the Territorial possessions of the United St no-. : <:.:' "f'' -> f.N-iftl"; ':. ?'V faIt.. o:' lip, t,>.sj bnicd1 -

%, Why then do {. climate or warmer friends than at of the Isabel. ,!1. "- '.\ 7 1 jr r.lzir> /l' in.4 aji.l ti! .; ..id cuun'ry, ,
:
mere metal : Augustine, but I have n desire to visit dif- CHARLESTON, Nov. 11th, 1850. The' Savannah Republican sayil B yMOSD an i it iat, tl o.<.>, U'uJ'-rt.s"! stirmltis. ofl.ir: pr '-
I Isabel Rollins LAFAYETTE arrived in thi CitY ".1 'he miumwllIa: eis.tW'jiJ; :.W t'X'tcriiunfir
) Thestcnmsbip from Havana : tn
1 .life the mere ] hcalitks,nnrl examine their concholigi- has just arrived with dates to the 7th instant,. 't\iahtbefore last, anil leaves: in H m'-rrifn .NythXj i?i; perform '.\'th 'jat; c.,:,,;' usuf I.H> .-_PiK>

i the real value productions.! ;; five days later. railroad for Talhn: *- ('. :\f. L itivet: ts- result ill all ;:sss .h..v.. I Ift: ::,.Ii.u tT ; ,)rI.a.sIur -

I .r )t.iaIB. It : While on a\,visit to. Pennsylvania, in August We learn by this arrival, that the Cuban I the son George Wa. li'itgton L"t' t I (. cfll.kl'll. .:. s : ::l.:1; IIn' ,i'i: I (;,.:)"
Prnnce,anti grandson "I'the illu TCUS; Liihi- I I di of i..4.. ,
government intend to increase the rate of duties or can ra v Viu h'I:,;s a )..lhurneil

..t lion of the I saw Mr. Rankin. lIe gave mea little about the commencement next year, on yettuofour Revojutionary] armv. ils; ..!juct in !I I :uiimi aJ.| ;, ;th- c.'rt p/ntlift itIcrca..; '

every year of matters at St. Augustine since I suR.ir coffee, and tobacco. The inciease on visiting Florida is to I look after: the township in weight is not, however great a.s in thu

\ lo marketfrom import duties, generally, will be about 1J: of laud presented by Congress:: to his hu:!. '"

"' jfone' Ml.My friends. cent., and on sugar exported, about rias: per father.' During: his, short sojourn in thi grUUJ.1'I In fitlcnin-r hojts; for market or rcr u.cdt.i..c
nnd other perbox.
to family
I respects your h'iitccJ, in xvith: fri..nJ. ih,
'l company a imjieri'ius: tluit it sn)ult! bo ilone in tfiesliorttst -

} requires in Very respectfully, There was no political new nt interest ern part of tho citv whew the French south.j tinr?, and at the least expense*. Tm-y: cannot .

million which,\ E. 'W. HUBBARD.: when the Isabel sailed. The island continued was Hindu under Count I)' Estainjat the he put up and! sdhjwtctl to the- tinted in *

! MI much E.I P. C. ZTLSTRAESq. quiet. of Savannah. Some-twenty-six years have process': till th r miildln or last.ur; Septfynber,

I : Dorado-orer ; Trio stock of Sugar on hand was limited I elapsed% : since his father 1Tnd !!rarrt1fath' r inpected ,- zI r is the czars: food duvntel! to their IH t.:is not

J ( : N. B. I am' now publishing q few arti.-les sales browns were making at7.i7j rial, yellows 'the sama; ground, the most of whi'} :>' '. : :..' ,.1 l till about that tim.; and it i is im-
b '
cprcsented .'. ,
) built M. L.1.fi"ew'ill ,
I 'the location climate and the health 'of St. 7 l-iti8 1-4, and white 91-2all, 1, lard I now over. t-v.-i _.-r :lu.Mii (Kit.. ()fth(.: way before tharxtn. ,
paid fur welcome the soil L- .
entirely firm, Lumber $18 for PortJmd"salcs of Rice upon 6t"Georgia. >i. ::1' v .;.! i-V.l: WLMthrr sutsizi nird 1 I to jju'4heni
innual ot one : ustme, copies of which ; I will forward toiU. at 10 1-2 rials. it be before the recollection of the vi-- ., ,tf{ iitis; ni.ii-i-t by nrbcioreChirstmrs.Tiif I : .

I Icaring a : You are at liberty to publish any part Other descriptions produce were without his noble grandfather shall fade 1i-.n thememory .. !Inc.: unlike" rumifiatinjj, animals- has a
; much of our people. [i small stunricli incapable of mud I i fisII1'ion.
change.
,
jar southern,. 't the whole of the abovn letter, in the An- I
l i. I and it ihvrefoii; ? becoaiimportant) nut ti' lilt

j ; crop. City if.you think proper. I AGRICULTURAL GEOLOGY.---- CESSCS OF GEORGIA.-Col.. Wai.-M.: DDWN, I i: with coarse :and raw food, calling: on the ariirn -

f And yet: i U ,S. Marshal! : for this State infi.nu> us that I il I ('connn1to perform those duties! that heat '

paid 'on Its N. Y. Correfpondence.' LIME ASD ITS PEOPERTIES. complete returnsvj: [ boeu r--i'vr/.jl troni I am! lormentatioii; )ll can Ja! in :i muolrmorc' c)(ncontrateii ..
I I about onethird 1 ofih counties unj that the and
I ''Lmeisan tcurornical.llanIHrj: m'ircox'ur
NEW YORK, .Nov. 13, 1850. : alkaline earth. As an elementof
ordinary
whole will I b in tlv i!}UI! I), thcan' with the
probably by ;cinbcr. not provided ;ability, ruminate _
soils i it is 'far: less abundant than
i it excites no fcnthmen: The news from Europe yester As a chemical i it, has quartz or Thesu returns slio.vrfut: ;' {. .;,11' jitton,: or uxMi nvtstica'tt as finely and! f,erfectlynsoiltfr
feldspar.
wHu!: the }. by steamer Atlantic has had no effect agent more in those! counties in t.ije; C1lL" ice;: section) : anima il:* Therefore the! importance?
than cither. Neutralizing acids i is one
of gold dust( is ) our ma k' ts. The -Cambria has been of power the most important agencies; of all! alkalies. which have been 'heard from. mvl in a 'few I CI r;'!:j i ltl:: with (j''tl.if.l which b t in.- opcr.iti.; i :i of

along the Chftiuhouchue; rtvc-r.. liau doubled d"' ,:!rwd-'iliovv-
the country to \'(' days out from Liverpool l and is now Lime performs that ugelicy both in agriculture '
i Take sInce 1815, when the last .att; ewsu4: xvas ts- 'iag; Ih';; anita) it niadmie lo p'rfcirn'twuwtho '
largest capitals.If nt Hajifax, As cur merchants preferred and domestic economy. a, case in the ken. There has been also a III ,t 'flal increav* I[ action ;isMrniti o txviVeihe materials forming
former. Every farmer is familiar. with two I .
of their foreign in ,the Stat' in the nuK-cIe ntiii I"in
in
we export specie- payment kinds of sorrel growing on plained groiftiJ. every county -;-emi : a givers trnr.

r mines of ; rather than pay 'the price asked 'for The most abundant is: 'called;sheep sorrel, and olds!, such! as Bulloch and Tatinll. i There is no .danger. of oveit 1jIti.I i.r uV-rm-::
fallen Col. BJU/.VX gives it i as his opinion, from the j i lug the .stOllIIC!' of lire ho;! hj,,}; rjt"ellll" .ur
exist in Cotton i bill London bills have to 10 frcquntly sourdock. Botanists call it rumex "
] partial returns) received, that th-j popul.uiuhof ; !; with riih( a ott! f.oJc: u'taftIIily.I. tJahi. kegreat their!
; ascutocelto. It fields
unlike the so :: : r cent premium. However, I should not frequently covers plained tin: Xtate will exceed: one million of :;soul..'I prototve.snirii1 x ho emrna arm.nl ', n c-
with thick of
: a coat containing large amount
I : drawal of the surprised. Vrise as there is a great drain acid. By quick-lime this acid i is neutralizedand ; lie thinks there will ,baboul'/ six hundred ,I oftlie vivrwral tti !y rem-irk,tbiruieni hie

: the pccuni ry ; this market for bullion demanded in I changed into n'salt probably favorable tovcgctatior1'while thousand whites and four hundred Ihousmd th y never I huve the 'Jijsp 'xln goiSndelirium
: blacks. [Sucannah ,
Republican. IT
won't], the I sections. Large? amounts of specie are acid i is unfavorable. A case / !The 1Ill'n'i.next (best
preparation to i is
1 kvitiidraivn and 1) their way to NewiMeans to serve proba. domestic economy-common ashes are the THE PHILOSOPHT OF ADWEaTISNG.-.TKe Sta., term:.>ntation. Thi. : cooking; ,
i only applies tl) im-al and
l ; poor tho )' as the basis of the, Tchuantcpccfail: Road L carbonate them. In of potash, as i is the ley obtained the from ten Islander has some excellent remarks on irinaecous substancvs or a mixture of thm
making soap purer potashthe this subject, which we hope all our readers
Ii'of which with cooke.l!
: laborers nnd } or the new steamers I better, especially as it avoids the necessityof rtots. Barley ni3.\lor, (bnr.'cynnd
will "mark and digest. We
inwardly give i>at meal, boiled and! soured in
motion' : to be built to run between New Orleans I putting red hot horse shoes into the soap to them below the tub, if the
: the drive out witches.or even waiting till a full : hogs are propl'rJr.an,1 comfortably housed and
or .
I up-tn tho ;: New York! once week.Last. Friday i We sometimes hear a man discontinuing his rnred-for. will pnMiucc mars; 1i"lScrnnd fat
mines member of the great firnYof Corcoran & new moon for making soap. By mixing lime I advertisements,'after having perfectly satisfi'dhimselfofthc in a given tim-j. than any other of
ever proj-rvss:
1 : I with the ashes it removes the carbonate acid
advertising! Reader did
\ : :! s applied lo Slimson &\ Company I use which xve are ad..ist.d.-Jlural Sew Yurker.
tuy! be said from the potash, forming the carbonate of lime ever hear of the honest Hibernian who

i ; ( Let"the! Orleans and New York -Express to con Icating the potash a purer and stronger alkali: clambered you to the brink ot a well and then let FLESH FOR HEN'S.

I f J control of her 1 )' one million dollars in specie From: this and mon. powerful in assimilating the water go his hold to spit on his hands? He xvtjust If you keep hl;ns and tlesirl.to render thema
and the oil-by uniting with both, which is hechemisrry
to the former place. There is cvfcry in about as wise, the man who stops hisadvcrr- source of profit as well as luxurv
\\(:11yorked see Ihnttht'V
1 of making.
'j I of a rapid growth for New OrWns, soap isements.- A 'man might as well takedown are liocrally supplied wih: flesh. Tho
I than tho.Yuba Lime is also used as:, an alkaline agent in his signs as discontinue his advcrtiscirehts. fish
: I regard:" real estate property in that qJ! r. mallY'ot'th arts and with great effect in iron taken in ordinary streaim, afford 'an excellent -
tho ii Co weeks
lo cano, : A few ago we were travelling on arailrond. and most
worth at least 35 more than furmtccs and gJass"makintbe coarsest kind graceful substitute for the
i r as percent Cot the rate of about sixty miles an I
fi '
11ucnc of tho flesh ofnnimnls and
i glass tor most kinds potash or soda is used. can ge/ierally be obtain
pf ;
: as last summer.The1 hour, with a steam horse ahead snorting and ed in nlmo desirable
J Whether in reducing ore; to metals,or quartz he flew But when had any qmntity ur.d at
whistling as along. we
TilE whips of this city are greatly astonish trXglassIimcasa comparatively small expense. When
1 flux, causing a more ready to the outskists of New York the loco at large ,
I nt the Free soil and I>Democratic triumph fusl n. While lime, as a flux, aids the fusion of got motive run under a shed, and we took to the hen is ctarniverou and procures much of
was
t her daily food from the
PublUhed \ Massachusetts.; In New York State nothing iron ore, charcoal takes: from it the oxygen to "the good old fashioned way ". of travelling I resources of iho insect
\vorlddevouring almost!
t. The 1.'iJULY ,<< aid theNcombuiiion. As most iron ores are the ; indifferentlyand with
el decided! wfth horses. At first it seemed as if we .were
: little discrimination
all!
,,r its da s'in i y oxydes of iron, cast-iron still retains a portionof at all I but looking at the objectsby such insects, bugs, flies
not going by
City sailed for Chan res, which is removed and worms, as fall in her way.
i voted to The steamer Empire its oxygen, by a further the way-side we finally argued 'ourselves

:\la nufcWrieS\ ; I P. M..; taking a large. number ot" passen.I exposure to\charcoal as,a beating agent. It is into the conclusion that we were indeed going: RCLEFOR :MEASI-RI.IC

intl! Domestic I and an immense amount of freight. Ad- thus, reduced\to wro'Ight1tofl, By exposingwroughiron ( some-but only some It is just so with a man I hear a&k COUX.HOCSES.-We frequently '
tics and Ncwr : toNintence heat, while bedded in advertisements has persons how ;0 measure a.
who discontinues his
.1: ,Places>> ; Con i 1 I & Co's. Express have four tons of station powdered charcoal 1 in a closed over, thus en his locomotive, and taken to horses,I corncrib.VI: copy the tolloxvin" on this i

r Vort8, and ; )' in Chagrcs, by this steamer, for the Gov. tirely excluding air; from it, the charcoal or put up If subject from the Southern Cultivator:
he come but some. a man I
is absorbed small may go only ; Obtain the length, width nut! d"pth of the
Miscrilany l and : officers in California. Freight to I carbon quantities by the merely advertises when no wants a new house
in feet then
Critical : Francisco by safe and fast express: cost : iron, by which w rough t-irou is changed into customer, it may do well enough. but then he t ; multiply the the I length and width! and
cinlcs.I A high steel, which is carburetXof iron, or carbon and advertising until he then.multiply 'sultby the depth,anti divide -
should -wants
I pound. Letters are 37,cents Daguer never stop I the result
cents a by 2 which
antI His j iron. Carbonate iron\is an ore of that metal Because the will :!ive .yOU th: .
:Beautiful and I I )' 3,00 a package thei size of your !, which is said to be changed) ; from the car- no will more-new bu sure to customers.act toward him as if upon public his number bushels the houso holds in shucked ,
should bonate the carburet from the corn in the car. And dividing bv 3, it wiW2iv'eyuu
tains : 2000. All freights! be packed tl) or ore to steel presumption. The new customers: -the greenhorns I the :
number
from the I I by a direct proce s" \ will somewhere else., bushels: the house holds of
-
tight.Jenny ifyotfpleaso go
the .
corn in shuck. ;
l hi
cia)'. .'or Experiment some pearlabhsubcarbcnatcof call in where upposu you hare a uso
will they are '
probably
at J. nd will give an aftcrnoon concert pota'th) be put into one tumbler and They 20 fret square;; and 12 fet !eepj;20x20-403x12-
COPY
what
someI invited and if cannot they wantamong I
they get
StitM to the country folks at Triplu Hall. of iron into ; 4,800 divided by i'_',!,400 bushels of the
) where : day copperas (sulphate ) another and I those who they havp it, they may corn rn
a re received. i week she will go to Philadelphia: She both exposed to theuir, one sub' r"' Cc will be 1 I, possibly ask for it say from those who look grave ears shucked out. Divide the 4,800 bv 3-ItSlJ( ) .
I I I covered with white and&the\ther bushels ofc TII in the ears not shucked.
8 uvo copies., $3, be Washington at' the opening of Con. powder )> attract J'I:i i and say nothing. But m ninety cases out of a -- \ -_-
r.J 10-; sixteen moistureso us to become a parlia iquid. hundred WIt! find what they want with ., -
'' they An EnglK.j: :JMI :''
cI.\IIma.. I c op'" : ________________ I The one is aid to effloresce, the other t \tJeli. out calling upjn the gentleman who has taken to have ;:bri-ughi ry.In -he criminal cast-, is said

eddfl'cd tu. The New York Sun, on its own hook, quiesce. liytrying the experiment any \>ne ;\i. down his sign. Even his .old. customers will I I Hiuilty with :swiar m lit; 'doubts following; vimlict '
Houston candidate for the nomi-I cH'n readily ascertain by which operation each 'J: that he has fallen! back into 'the old as, to whether
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It la"ncaf Ifltro machine tJ' Cog utfJ, now dw'hirorins Picolata"' '
tbeUP- jcrs. cfthe tuUcriber the EtfYVAttD MOUSE. at 11!
Boy ,
Pdfwoodoriroaor copper cylinders. JL.bout 5 feit4 inch ..high. aged about It. 0. IV. PAPV hns reoptnedtOARUING SOLICITOR, I origiu31 lot of supplieswhlch are offered. to time. tj
Paekages
at
rollsmf or retail -
with kngbUtt'fttrOV paper or 16 years. The above rtwnrd will be tk.;; bill UOC$E. f,r the mcumLJlMatifodatioii ST., Goshen B 10 barrela I \
on which their idol and symbol flCiued paid to at the of t ar A TTE.ur ttt'r. Lard er.ate'-: ;
be any person returning Lr Invalids nnd Trim-Urn ;< iicr- ? will be I Ibis
and below cither printed orPfciefliatheThibelian I I ted """f the Applcs.73 boxes Cheese 13 do Candr" : ,
prayer Plantation securing him where I can EeL him. nny.He returns hi* thanks fur the liberal pauuiins profession, t dried Beef hams. F.1I. Beef I mils,Rais- .
character-about two A.'H. COLi;. ;. which he has hitherto received, and h.>pe* that Mu.irAy LAD f !, citrons with other .
curran articles ,
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ia ,Hametcr nnd three Inches (long It I Invalids.ncJ others for I rind other ,. T
flayvrooj Plantation, Putnam Coun y. who may visit our climate Losses, ; our stock; now in store, -
IICon points like a horizotr.al: wheel, nnd Nov. 30. hrnlih or pleasure, will'give him a call os no tiforu I I V 'Duplicatefuster I. B.RCARR. ; 1

:,aU Itrmi i.,n kind of iron or brass frame Tax C711ictor'siu1c.B will \\t! fpued to contribute to their CUll fort. I: l' the \VhteellU make "Hii HUU"E \had the undergone airo vclulins lo the Po- I
;jcbe5to swir.giieIy. during present srutuii. -, Ibi. U:. itto. '
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oaJy tbo BuddUh clergy but aUo flU)' of I Y virtue of ihc power vested in tnff by law,! ( thorough repairs-.-has been furred throughout of thrJ C'ityo* St. Ausnstiiie. J

iItC"laity''hnfcellnclincJ to do co, use this.j I shall expose for Fole before the Court Hou. and therefore ,entirely free from dampncNi. The St. S-ujlo :; / orj'iim-d fry the Mayor and Aldermtn .>

,pbeel. Those who arc too poor buy at least in Mcllonville on the 10th day of February next the rooms arc large and airy,well furnished and comfortable. I the city '/ St. Augustine That nnv i

without the wheel and carry the,I following described property of fo murh thneof as Thd Ketablihment is pleasantly: hituated on I,I |jy virtue of the 'mIlato. bond or !ho.! tvhohait be. ;"}
elM prayers writcn !I[ will pay the etatu and county. tax due jlhcrcvn (r>rthel a 'brand f treet, anti no better accommodation than it -i-F have levied upon largo within the lirntN :t ._ iJ 1.
which of
,au they ore or I said: city
1L 1 of,tmJ'C'f the house of ,
i l inciJeut rdstan'be Major W.
year 1820, and the nccc!snry expenses iifil> : found in the city. A plentiful table j irom hi
xvoM block their chest > or her
riftted irum a on thereto viz r will be ''on the Indian lUver,( properaesidence '
: provided, and civil and attentive tervant I iitI .
"' in a rag. A part of tho Lamas procure 509 acres third rote land liiuatrd on tht* St. I ID": 'f he charges will i be moderate, and every effort inthecounty) in the hniit-vii5 -riio| 11) lr.ufnillo, o'cloclc _
t hubsistenco from writing or printing Rebattian river, near its mouth being part ofthlFlrm.nlt will be made to give satisfaction, both to Transient I on Monday the JOth day ':IH' \\\tt-l\ i!!: y of September to.*lhc q 1

I .f" tItt'fC pruycrs or sacred sentences. In Upper grant, btlonging (tOT fuproscJ to belong to Y'&tt'N and Permanent Boarders.St. usual hours of sale, the ( % .awl aik-r the hour ot'ten. ,(

.....rathey have very big Mania in their John Beard and John Fontane. Augustine, Nov, 23. 4r'JLLOLWC parcels cf land, or so 1'1.: from Ihe first dar ot May to th'o \0, .0

. w,$;pc! *, which one man turns round by 11 hnn- JOHN SLWSON ShoriffondNOY I I State and ,county Tax-, .September, without a proffer per- :1.1 j ,

jjkvTbc people! have such Mains or prayer _. 30 Tax Collector o. c. iXilY F.Fh1IijWNGLISH years I47, IS-1 18-19 from sumo. white person author- !
wheels built .even in small streams close to 7.G40 acres, Ll'iugso \'c the same, shall be liable to be ta- ." !

jfckrLouse*, so that the wnerby turning tho Tax COlleCOr8Sftfr. :AND.AMERJCAN acres made by the : $ detained in custody, nnd shall bo liu- J.

wheel, perform* the ncces ary pruj ers for I BY virtue of tho powcr| vested in me by :DtWtL} ] n rJ'B:1I. Maria Gomez on the 'mprisonmsnl or whipping, as the
bhatl for sale before the '
expose in said county ot St. be. '
\\ \VJIOLESAI.E: AND EETAIL PZALCR IX
hem.) Court HOUM door in Mellonrillr on the 10th Jay of Island and Santa Lucia
February next, the following described oren ENGLISH, FRENCH AMERICAN AND of { shall not be lawful for any free per- -
North said
: property
= part grant, .
GOING TO UED $on much thereof as wijl' pay tile State and county I : GERMAN lianl A Forward, ( of color to harbor du hs! her / i
sUPl'u
.! Tile last number of thu KiixUibockcr has a tax due thereon for the year 1850auJ the nececcary DRUGS, MEDICIXES; CHEMICALS, )tichnrII.1znru8. n non : premises, "r sullen! remain thereon /. .

I: '- ;Utd "ne otc of a m.in; uhurar ;l ly failed totu I'''I expenses incident theretw', viz: PERFUMERY, be. Uhapman Levy, in part or, slaves unless with lawful pet / _'

.: i. to bed intoxicntcJaud. d -.iurbihI wife: JOOO acres of 3d rate land in Graham's Fwainp, Bernardo 'segue and to nor tu permit nuy negroes or mu- )I ,
;, Curing the whole nlu'li, Upon ,lU being belonging 'supposed to belong Thomas Napier, : AYAXNAII, GA. I AUo "Hutchinsons ) or free in assemble! and remain "

;.q. iibarged by a friend that he never went to bed E. B. Gould! Astrn't.JOHN Particular attention paid to replenishing English and : county of St. Lucie, l premises for tho purpose of dancing \ '.

14mi.he indignantly denied! the impeachment!, S5IMPSON, Sheriff and American Ship .Vodiclm*. Chests, according to : River huet on the other purpose, without hayrHgCr-'i

aD,1 guvo thu iccidenta of onu pat ticular Nov. 30 Tax Collector, o. c. I : the Law England. : Gilbertbar, on the : a licence from the Mayor, under 5 1;

j.iilit m proof. Tax Collector's Sale AGENT for Mentis. Louden &Co., Philadelphia: ; !I! and the West by Indian of line or imprisonment.; I I I'i: .

'. -i'retly soon after I got into my bed, my wife viriucofihe vested in law II I Dr.: Jacob Townscnd! New York ; MeI'H8lInllInJ l. Vanhorn.n non rei, ( I } any negroes or mulatto*, bond or !
I'fP '
taiJ 'Why, husband!, what in the matter with .1UJ y hall for ppwer sale brfore the me Court by House j I Ri.-ey! Jf 'Co., Augusta ; Tilbitt, Providence, AUo-lOJU!) acres of a'ssetulilu themsc'lvw together, in t f !
I expoae iI of the River St. :
You strangely!! 'There' nothing the ovl6 ly : : : : or other place! with or without the
: you in Mellonvilleon the 10th of February qext1 ;
dofr day \ )
__ the Indian River, in the
' with me,1 said: I, 'l1ull1illJat nil.' I'm I of 'the Mayor, and shall: conduct .
matter the described thereof t
following property or to much j I Dears !' Bcnr :ai.i l land is a part of a ) 111
>< : Boars ,
there W said she doo & act natural i in an itnprop'jr: or riotous
jure 'you as will pay the state and County Tax due thereon ted the ; manner, .
Spanish
j XV 5!purchase all ti! <> Hears Oil nhd Grease by '
jiUll. tihan't I get Up and get something fur for the I play at cards dice or other:
the year 1850 and necessarye xpencee incident, that lh! citizens ol'( Floriaa will ship tti lilt' m Savannah and ii i-indfd as follows any: ,
your And up sue got, lighted a candle-, a'"I i thereto viz: (I ,the Oil at One Dollar gallon! tlic Crease tinge Pali.isouth, of the :.' fur money cr otherwise' ; or "

cnuw to the It-bide to look ut me, shading, :.;o Acres of3rd. rete Lon in Grahams Swamp must be put! up in good Stone per Jars, for .wlrh! : I will River'and running th.' I at rhc svnu forinou y or other ,.

UHJ light with her hand. *1 knew there was I k,4giu: ;to or supposed to belong tu Jfmes F. Lym- pay flit) Cents per 'pound. The articles mu-t he 4 17 chains, to a pine ; assunllu thwiwelves together in I i:

tHiiucthing sliango abuUt you,' said she,; '\Vhv. i.igtou. ELl.XS U. GOULD, renr.., j pare or I will most positively reject them. I ue 430 chains, to u stake ; I : >!reels or public squares, andcorir l'

yau are tuberNuwthiais! !' .I JOHN SIMPSON Sheriff and large quantities of both uV articles iI. an-l eunider myself tHI 517 chSin, to a ; \ s in a noisy, riotous or tumul ..t1

i a fact.and my wife will swear 1 Tax Collector o. c. I a Rood judge of it. Send, any quantity from j I I luiim Hil'rabo\'I', : er, play at shinny, .ball or other : \

% it; i o don't'you blander! mo any more by November 30th, 1353 gallouto ten gallon at a time or more if possible.W. I I han, to the place ofbe suit I II parade through ,hu streets.or, ; "
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,saying that I haven't bovn to bed-sober in bIN1lI4j1ktt1'CflUEJ ; t HUMPHREYS grant, (excepting \ ; rli I'f: : the CI1II 'I.
llmvo 1"DWFICUI.'l' Tax ColiccforS Sale. Wholesale Druggist, Savannah, Gn. I Ly ;Messrs. Beard and F" ( such negro or mulatto so offending, \, h, ,

By i virtue of, the power vested in me by law, I I Nov 1G: 11 are situated at the mouth liable on conviction to line a'ndjm- :: ,
.
I ( sale before the Court House door .: bwtian ihi-nonh I
A HURJlttT. expose or on side I IIr whipping. .
J
.. Mrl'onville! on the 10th day bf February next, thet,1.w.tli.ecrjbrd : 5.10) acrMawas>'sed j.i ;
waul; by I {
i totyivccrea1 shall '
-. The following question is ) { not ,bu lawful for any person 4
: 4.j; :'neincnduors( .: in .1"' p aieand tax due therf on for the year loeither the Mate of the .
," 11.1.1,1.' 1)'It'I' : ;; i 1 '.Int.--, : 'Wh.il; is (ho, county ,. ; }' ACT 0 fl.b unit, or nh! < r intoxicating ;
I J lt>j':a.> ud the necessary expenses incident thereto to or to the Life Insurance
, \.il!.' I H.T.CU I" I t\, "- it I i' ,1.llfwI;; consciuncoiiioughin wit CHARLESTON S. : () sold under! the penalty of fine or f.
C.
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An ,
r71i0-lT! ? : \
.". nil MrTji' .itd women tuougli in nil I f 00 icrc.3ri rate land, nertIir head of Indian r i 1 9th day of July! 1 ,
cUueieflCt 7" 1.11r.1 th"'I'C k'tHli' ClistlInlhu; Rivrrand'Flounder Creek, belonging or fuppoed 6CIBOOL FOIL GJJtLS.ISSJ..S the Uiver Santa Lucia in nnr negro or person of color shall 'J

,. jtrt--uk'..! decided .them wat a diileu-nue, but I I to belong to Geo. I. F. Clark. '. i o;.- LEW:I will opei. ter: School on :(on1' Flond-i.' !S.ojmded on the { his her or their .prornis in the day I
I ,:.en1 i it consisted: h.' was quite uncertain.. I Ii' I II Af P'9. :160 acres 3rd rate land: at ("Jruhnnis8w tiny! next th1 ltili in..t. in the House Ioraierlyoccuj.jed <-r. oa the! n.i"t fouth! full! tim, nny public'inc-Pting, or any t ,

".MM ,.twl'l'h the heads of Matanzasi ami Halifax by Cnpiain Souihwirk on Picolata tti cot, uv'ed l h y ihnanif of th \ / of any description, without I" .f .
I i HUllotit hiutry! is always; ro\\nrJi d. Noyiiiing I U: opprtit. the dwelling of Mrs. Dm-tor AinWson, to belong in pnrt to R-v. ,','.rbtarlled u licence therefor from ; .f

1 man *need to cotifylain of bcin. ]Kfi! t 1 lifcr* ::oO acres third rnt\ Inn.I' on IW Vad of Tlie nuinber I'upiln will be limited nnd none re- G. tallnL'ant.nnJin part ', IW she or they so oflendinp, nnd j i

I.oor| If lie rolls up hi soli UVCH and gv'.'/ che 1- :( '.Jot! iH TJicr un the "..cstf fJpitnii*! >"vvomp rcivrd lot less 1 than one quarter. Tuition b, Cand Joieph 'o. Smith. and in I ; on. ;attending! such meeting, shall ., .: \

: tally to uric When you seu a munsnuiktngtiruu : ..t"! .:: l.nfo!. TiiourandactfTr&ctJthn.M! Foutnnc, 8 I per quart tr. Cerntnlo() Sc-ini. bo fiablc to line, imprisonment '
hi fur ft-ar ofiiiMtngKotnc L1'CI.1I o! lie C#tn rc of Oeorcf I F. CIIII k. unless Ih,' Taxes I :
;h ihu alleys for moan*, L No charge for contingent exp<*n!c?, hut pupils are. !. 'i
oi' fits I liil: \' ucvjjatn,anccs in hu I JOHN SIMPSON, HheriirnnJ rt'q'i'i't tlto furni'h their desk and rhnirs.Jj before tliJL' day (If sah'. any person or persons, who shnll r.

"'..; t t IUL clothetoil :>:,l) i.cur: .iiulhc: will I Nov. 30 1650. Tax collector, o. c- Reference may be made to .1/rs Doctor An- C. L. Bin : I a licence for the alu of ,'inI "
. dernm. Doctor Peck and W. A. Forward. 1'J Ct>! : I
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/uuUlIllu tww! .*, malt or other intoxicating iiI
. .. --.-- -_..- _. I'! Tar Collector Slrlt. :t. Aujriistinej Nov ICth, 1850. Nov 1C. I/ I free of color"
: n 3' virtue of the power vetted }jn HIP by law r .-. "- permit any person !
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1b CcrC Ibe :t1JttUOUl Xfl ,'. -" .
: to remain: in or about hi or her
::.Jt> bliall f xpo<*r for nle before th; Court House : :Sou- of Telllp'eue'. Tax {: : I: > "
,f A<;\ .:'l :AlJ-s ln.'u.U.U I..Uo" Ti'i l.tutt. N. J. douj 'I. Mjonvilicon the roth day February next Tho Union Division, No. 25 .Sons ol Tom .iil) V virtue o.r ti-! p,\ I premises for the purpose of tippling

j i'j; .f'il. I H.irrise.v I \"'ik. the' fo'iowjiisj' dewribcd property or as much thereofas pcrenco hold! thou regular nitii);- ut their I! .JlB fhaltl expose fjroalf ) other purpose i-n'ois lawfully tjuv .. '
wil. the nn.1 I Tax due thcneon Aioloiiulif in the I or hall JMVCJ or M-ll to any slavu .
: .. ,28 Mr; ,ow01! :i1r!. trhc-tk-r, New rUI 1.S. k. pay tatc C'ouuiy Division'room oii' Charlotte Mru M, every Monday rounty for the nt
liquors Ixiinjr
. : ,
: for the year 1850 aod Ui: accessary exDencca incident halt day of FJiruary i1.xt. tint : I purposo
.' 11 JVJJMi Whelk Jfow York. .I 1 evening ut palot seven o'clock. [ his, her their shalL -
thereto viz: |fJJ174 I OF F1C} ns. or :o mui ii (thereof will p.L'y.| : : or picmises ; or .
.. *' Mr. Jnme :M. French, Aba ny N. Y. I Acres Third rateLanl! Fituated in TuwnI I : iu.! thereon hut tlu- year 1 I i;iy fret; pcrsoti of color or slave to '1

- .. Mr. nnd Mcz.'ztfl .Wnguncn, N. J. I khp? 13 llnnse"2i; soiith and i.iit. bflonjj'n: : or pup ,. FOR Nullif-nn TilE ,' URUE\T\V. P. 1'111'IIIJI.QUARTER.Michal .: VIP'. A.R. pies inrjfVnt; ll.ereto! : n'tid about t his hr or their premises 4. _,j
od bf'yn .\. F. GOULD iOn IKT'O!' ieriizi such emblu '
po! tu : ; Ajcnt. aere* tijlng to ; any person to as' "
.- 0- 0 B. Catitva, lb S. Alonzo ]HI'.n'. .. .\'. AMjitihia \ >. '
--- -< 1'.tliI n- I JOHN SIMPSON sheriff and I II Jane Leonardy, on his, her or ,their premises for t
it : I Tax Colltor R. Andrcu I"'. :. .!.jhiii U:llIa, .T. ALio.--lO arr M nt S:1% of dancing
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o. c. drinking, gambling,
On the i'.li. itiht., in Cln M Church, St., L'II:.
James C. John
I Hulbcrt ilttricy, .1. C. Andrew JOHN !
JJ 18'0. [ other without the f"
; :r purpose per
Rt. liuv. Dr. llawllIun.. ED\V.iKl) 7\II\.t'.m
"- liyihn ., Lopez, (I. S. Joseph L*>pcx, O. S. Thos.T. the M'lyor, each and cvr'ry '
--- --- person
CAURNiTONCAELLt! ; rFiiuid, to Av' llus l'I\, l\ W. P. Nov. 2. .;
: D-.I C.IRDI.r.ii, ing shall bu hit; hlt! -, on convicticn, to .
WILtm I
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of Mr Gc. ,
/i/AUIA \ -
daughter ;:< iu !I
:: I, F. :nr. \Vii.ns, :T1:. D. & i>. D. S.'OI'fJ'IU I IO1LCC \r Tetx ; her or their licence revoked ; and l''

.Uhluy.h __ I : $ )his j wrvlcra in SURGERY and i i.\ weeks after date Miall apply! to th.- Jm1}, c-f virtue of the | | I I \ :rr on" 'found so tippling, renviin 1

'1l.dur'" Sale of Valuable llc&lHtutc. -.E -." SURGERY to the POOR, FfetofLkuri I ''I'robJiU-sfor the County of St. John for Letter : B hail expusj for Nile ;, t mblm;;, or othorvvbn miscont \ \
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/ ". of -\dmi\\.-tr8lion de bonU non on the ('1IIul' of t I jlellonville! in the county } to the I true intent and mean. '

Y vir'ue' ofakcrt.tal order of thn tJin-ici :lj i Office at rf. \V. BHITT'S Residence.tit. I Fernando: Arrcdondo jur. i, ;day uf February next tho t* ; Ordinance shall bo liable to pun- ".
B I I'EDItOJENET.Nov.lGl85h. [ IIIIIchthereitas! i hr.filll', imprisonment or whi ppiug. \
tyorso
Court of tlte Uuittul iJtal s for Xorihern t. Augustine, Nov. 2, 850. .
District of Florida made! on tin 14>h tiaynf! _. ,. .-1 I! tax due thereon for the J ) 1 any p'-T.-ou shall: I I bu found lying in

Juni I84'J the undurklgni'd, M.i-tcrin in Clm.: I,.' \Vnl .\ E AiDREV, J Noj1e.S i, rx;|It' uses incident I Lend thereto of I I street--, squares or public places iu
5000 ,
eery of said Court, will: Mller Jin .a c at p'i' Ii.- DRAPER AND TAILOR. ix weeks after date I ball apply to the Judge I of Fupposed acres to belonsr to D St. Augustine, in a state of intoxi- \ .
shall be deemed
Probatej for the for person : a public
House County' Orange of
the Coin in the Town Letters
tK.r..it
auction : COJ:*:::r. OF qnABLorrE ST. AKD TREASURY LAtE.vi JOHN : and if white shall be lia "
01' JackMun l in the county' ut Duval onTM Inl Administration on the estate' Thomas .Aljjon.PEDILOIJINIIT.. a person
WOULD RESPECTFULLY if culor-
(; ami imprisonment, nnd u
."i.:.". /II" 2l-/ .:->?; "tJawiry oex?, tile 'JulJow- 741 form the Citizens of St. : : Nov. 2. 4
Augustine
Not 1C 1850. bond or free, to tine imprisonment
p
i ill;; 4iii: esiuicot (Jrjjo Kmg'lvy, dccoabcd, and the adjoining Counties, that he .\
Tax ( "
tuwit, : N has constantly on han a well)! selec.flted IVoticc.
DRAYTON ISLAND. atock of the best French, Unglisli, &ix w" r-kllDftl'r date 1 shall apply to th- Judge of BY virtue of the { any parson or pcrson, having :pb- -' '.

Situated on Lake George, coauiining: seventeen German Broad jCIoths. Cassi| Probates for the Couuty of St. Johns for Letters shall expose for : for the sale of vinous, spirit ,;

hundred (170 ) acres nvirc 0:' 1 Jt'8i-\'nluI-: and Wftinpo, which lie will,; AdmiliUtraliion on the estate ofSebnMinn Lt-pe-a House at Mellonville in the or other intoxicating liouors, or tu .

of ?" bk r.r its si'uutlo'i: the quality ot tt> so::i uid. fur ( to order in the. most Fashion nosa. MAURICE SANCIICd. j I i first Monday of February ruble, 'nine pin alley or other ,
nnd and arcommo Nov. 16 1850. l lied property,or so much shall I II
its orange, lemon, citron gtuvvs.FORRKSTERS manner upon 4 or, recreation, keep
.
POINT. dating terms: Also, that having opened a direct ', 1 I nnd county tax due thereon rlr house or >hall suffer any improp- /

Situated on tln-St I John- ltlwr,u bUUl
miles bcluu' I'aj.dku containing: about six hun- lint in New York, he will have the earliest reports' of r,Wp Months from this date I shall present my ISOOacresnear .m, to the disUirbance of the public -1
Fashions from dint City And from Cur pe. annual accounts as Receiver of the of I acres granted to Domingo
estate '
drcd (GOO) tlcrc ,more or less. James \' such person on convictions
IjL1ENt.IS.V..\. I I N. B. Cutting and repairing done on the ohortest Jobt-ph Hunter,dec'd to the Hon. Judge of Probate of{ sea to belong to 'JOHN liable to a fine of not less than five

Forrckter's Point notice. St. John's. County for settlement. I. dollars and
Situated near containing I Nov. 9, 1650. GEO R. .FAIRBANKS. Nov 2. |titan twenty-Cite ; any
one thousand (1000) acres, more or le s, with ,' Receiver Jos. found associating, with negroes'
estate Hunter, '
un orange grove .ipon it, nn .. Nov .16.1850. r Tax :,' bond or free in such house shall.
WAN JOSB PLANTATION : By virtut? of the ; to the like ptnishmerr>. I' ..

Situated in Duval County, un the River! St. St. Lucie County. Tax collector'sSale. i expose for sale 5 all convictions of grocs or per, 4 t

/ Johns, six milci from Jacs, nvillc! containing .' I at MelJonville, in the by virtus. of any ordinance of I' ,

L,three hundred (300) nrres nv,ru nr Ics s, of BY': virtue of the power vested in me by law, I I Msnday of February next I lit MastcrMisressor person having
and l levied upon and will for sale property or so much "
hundred at
which about one MJV. nty-live expose I *, or in whoso employ such negro or ;
the IIouW ot Major, W. F. Russell Fort tax due thereon
near Pierce county
cultivation.. Oi: the pt.ico isa
acres urc upon I % he liable for the hue find costs, I
i dwelling house wiih ncccssir/ oat bui.dings, .'1PIlE SUBSCRIBER give notice to d Public on the Indian River (there b'ing no Court Hou.e in necessary 500 acre.Hulls expenses indd !h ;": 1I\i..ful'tu I detain sued negro or
the
in tract 1.' .
abovo 0.1'wf luduce.inenU : H that he has ruppliej himself with comfortable County) St.Lllciecount: Florida, 'on Monday p
&c.&c. Thu places great color inxustody utiLUuisaina. _
tn G, Center and "
the! 20th day of February, A. D. 1851. betweenthe belong to .
lc:13uolh' :I CARRIAGES good HOUSES! and careful! I. ,
Drivers
to purclrncrs: Dem/ hU1lwr, nut ( : u"ual hours of sale, the following described 'tract I JOHN been p.tid.
situated: immediately 0:1 the River St. !i, and Steamers is running a between line In t nnt'cdolwilb the) Savannah : of land, or to much thereof as will pay the State, I 5 all c.ises: whore the punishment of t t

John*, with Icnilc: land b.Mrin many of tho I I Angustine$ and Picolnta.at and county taxes, assessed thereon for the Nov.2. or whipping shall bo prc-
n reduced price. "Live and let live" is IHJ year J .
1rul.knfrnils., sum of them already in a under this he mpertfullyi solicits : motto 1 49 and 1850. .s CUlt A LHUl't'1t ,the lr'nccs.lll.ainst! the Ordinan, t

growing state.- i NATHANIEL HfiXRY twronacc, 500 acres situate on the North side of the RiverSt. 42.5 Barrels, 139 ( Cir.1wh do nut conflict: with 8th r

TERMS. I Nov. 9, 18&O. Jtgent. Scbirtianwhich river empties into Indian River hay, SO Bags Oats, 4 I )V tin ..-'?"-. .uh tint shall: not ex t
Ono third cali-b.il; inco in one, two, nnd ._ in the eounty of St. Lucie, Florida, which said ages. ( t.[ :..li.iii.or u ihu imprisonment not j

three Y"ltrn\\I interest' 1. to bo secured by .Entltm'u Judicial ClrciiiF"oT r he SOU acfes are, part of the, Fleming grant of 20,000 49 Boxes, 10 Stoves, five days, nor the whipping not '. \ .
State of Flortla '
bond of the purchaser uud mortgage on thopremises. Circuit Court. of, acres, and are bounded on the North by vacant matting. I thirty nino stripe! Provided that .,
: '1 St. John* Coiiittv.. lands, on the East by Indian River on the South by Sundries to order. where punishmentofwhipping

GEORGE R FAIftDANKS hester Strongcomplainant IN! CHANCEIIY.) St.; Sebastian Kiver.and on the W l by the lands it shall bo in the discretion of the
ofthae Fleming grant, aiwmed against Major John
Mister; in FALL the of a
.
chancery.St. 'I Against. I Bill for Dhorce. Beard and Col. John M. Fontano. sam on pajmcnt.
Augitstine0V. 30 1B60 Ot) JMinuel A. Strong, Defendant. ) UnleM the Taxes thereon and the costs are paid CHOICE (:(!. : t tho dollars.

Tax Collectors Sale.BY i ] T appearing; on the reading and filing the Dill of before tiie! day of sale.C. ,Vcir.: Gij-sey now in Council the 10th Mnrch 1815. "

,virtue of tho powercMtd in I pnid, Complainant, that the said Samuel i A. Strong L. HRAYTON, Sheriffand ex-off New E. U. GOULD Mayor.-

Jaw 1 shall e.\po, for si Ih! ? telouJ;me thoCourt by Defendant if Ii\'mg..rt'lidrs beyond the limits; of the Tx Collector, County of St. Lucie. /pi OSHEN-Butter, I. ttEuvi, Clerk of the C uunciI..

Howe coot! In JVfllonvHle.! on the lOut day iTFrbruirr .'J rate Florida, 'iz ; in Mobile. i in !the .tte of Ala- Nov ,16_ HJT lIam Bacon, \' Ordinance will be rigidly en .
the following dcgcrH tin 11I0,or Aew Orleans in the Mate or Louisiana. r Macktrtl. Rio & Jr\:1
thereof next at mil tip; st t:ai.J.1Fq rr y *>r sojnuch It is! therefore, on motion of Elias B. Goujdr Esq., :Tax Collector's Sale. choiceMolasses'feas, Black & ILvcLR.Cierk of the Council. 1

due thrreoii for the )':pay.r 1850, adj.thc le cinnty tax Solicitor for the said Complainant,'ordered' that publication Y virtue of thu putter vested in.m. by law New ( tinc Xov. 18th 1850. .'_ '. J
U B
incident therrtu.Aiz : cl'UUY expi'DPea l be made in Mime ,newtpapers printed in the II I shall expose for bate before the Court !,I Beef'Ballo na Sausages : Butter .
Hums
I Circuit of Florida for three months' Mellonville the of Lard.
Eastern in Orange
successively House at on the
( JS 27 acre third rate Inml on the cast side of county j Water, ChaUlpa: {; 'Virginia Hams do tlo do Shoulders "
i from this date, requiring; the said Samuel A. first Monday February next trie following devrivrd I! in Biira'lls & half .
Lake George.bounded wttH.jr widlaUe.and on all marked ILfois.do do Dried Beef '
; : v.
Strong to plead, answer or demur to the said piUor. or so much thereof as will pay the state end : > I
I other ides by wctions 26, 27, 3S, Township 13, property j;' Almonds, Coco nuts, : '' Ho do Butter,do de Leaf Lard Ap- :
be 1850
that the same will taken confttto.Sijrned. due thereon for the and the
tax necossirvexpenscs
'pro year -
I llangc 27 foutli aDJ tAl'Iand township 14 lilclion 2. county Sweet Oil Sardines ", Onions i
Or1eJ.
[ .] TIJOS. DOUGLAS, Judge, &c. incident tht"rrto'o wit.: I j, U- Cnickrs Florid! ., 3"ti
Abo, h iO acres third rate IcnJ cnh: of the be' HillsborouEhRiverbelonging Tongues, Table Salt ; Fruit. PerSehr. GiJ":" ". .
Certified to a true ,ISO acres or
copy J
sop.
( >an)e, bounded weM 1-y raid lake ca Townsliip 14 JujudcPaste, together n. i:. CARL .
1, Witness my hnnd and the seal of the said Court posed to belong to Jane Murray about 8 miles from I
Il. 2IJl'1onaingor"Ul'f'UI4l'd to btlong Lydia We shall be I
nge glad
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t the 4Ui day Novembexl &,. New Smyrna. 1&itir. ,
C. Gould*' .ArrliibaIJ D. Gould. Agent. II :1 1 P. B. DUMAS. I! JOHN SUJP ON, leriffand I of Packages to the. trade ( L'tr'J.arlr.- Hairs' r.; f,CpJ-' :,'
J.
JojINIlI'.SON bheri1Fand. J
'fNov. ft .Tn' Tax collector O .'12 1850. ; a "", Miss I')r Tncon oufi.U. ,
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J Wild Latl Florida Laud -- -
': Mqaou Hotel. On tit. George Street north of of April I 4gncy. J; @lf6' 11III'I' S .
: ;, !. I nil HE undersigned as Agent for the re p& tiy. ,; !I.@A 4
2ie Public tad one door north of th4! Methodist i
: 1 Squaw
; : For the the respective pro- .& proprietors offers fur MU on exceedingly rea.on- ST. .
: AUGUSTlkE
: Church. nansville, !' following laudsto able terms the following lands among which are tome E. ". ,
: I Florida Houte. 'On Tr acury Lane North of For the Plan- -' .
valuable --------
) of the most valuable: Cotton Sugar and Tobacco < S.
the Public Square, second on at the head of landa in the State. THIS
'_, CsrR tsZ. Oa Charlotte and Bay Street a few For the j and planted by : :. log undergone F.8TAl1LisH.VE.VT hy'I :
tl1ej I
j IN THE ARREDONDO GRANT. Thurgh
: :. : w loora couth East of ihe Public Square.PlaMert Wednesday 300 hands, suitable Kep irs this
Hotel. Oa Charlotte Street and Treasury I I t ALACHCA COC.VTT. present season, is U For the ously looa- I i: for .
Lane north,f tne Public (Square, annexed'to the fourth ; the coast'nbout: T9. R 18 ; Sections 1l,14,15,22,2324G27. !! n'ct'ltion.t Company.builtof F.\3I1LIES A D

Florida lloiue. For the I and contains about : In '"9," 19'; ? 2,3,8,10.11,12.13,14.22, TR\NSI.-.TBO.UtDERS, COli have Ipncio r

," .. I _- on tho II ,;34,35, 3I. 18.21.17.27.5. Ap3rti1ll'Ur$.

'\ BOARDING 1I0 SES. ; I the last described I '69. 1I I r .Uoom.. Airy Clcan, and l'feat- 4

_ '. ; ',Mn. \'.1L.. :Reid. On Charlotte 'Street near the Graham's swamp. I In'9.! 20 ; ", 19.20,26,27.23,29,30,32 '! nt hteIf urllhSled ha5LtLsOIUeIy,. .,
For the 1IOlllhlVaUl 'J
Btrraektft I' 999 33,34. u,;. ; .
.: .\ ;. ;JT&Oa: t. few doors before the containg r The IltJuse j well known '
George Street a : near to naviga In1, 9 :!1 ; M 15,19.20.21,22,23.29/30. I u bcfn2 reo cntrv
; ::1 .. Couth\ of the Court House and Public Square. : F the : j I'L St. Augustine near 32.33,34. Built, xvrqssl} with a view to thaceo r"

,< Q. 2V| Papy. On Bay street. corner of Day and Tuesday ; IB' -10" 13, ; '* 23.'lO.'l 1/15, 22. 23, 26, 2', i otlation of lnrulids arid t)thers: being
O.rJ1n1Lanc. For the !j on Halifax S 34.35,36. \VtfW!. with Rooms connecting entlrE'ly, Fold :;.,
in the In" 10" 19 7817192030. im: Doors &c.. which renders
: Augustine, near ; fc Free (
For' the "
DOCTORS. 1 r by the late Geo. An- In" 10" 20 ; 1314162829. 5 Datnpness. Rrcpfaces filfod o rom
: Doct., F. Wetdon. Olfire at tin Dwalliu[ g House third MOl1d i (' La u ton,con In 10 21 -; 1.2,3.4.5,6,7,8,9,10,11. I through, open b on Piazza Promenade windows .
: a Bridge Street. 0 Forth S 12.13.14.15 18.22,26,31. Hundred Fect. Protection from Tw()

": DortJo\; E. P, ". Office on St.' George! Street, November. Smyrna in Tum- In 10" 22 ; '" G. IS. 19.. i Winds&c., form n- a desirable RninCold

t a few do0r North of the CourtDRUGGIST.UOIoie. For the : half of the Rosette In" II" 18 ; 2.&. confinement at all seasons cf BEIRUT- fro m

; t De cember. I n" 11 19 ; 1.2.9.11.13. 14.16,17.18 The House is situated the yen r._
; For the I facing b'ojth i'rz centJ'31 ;
:
: St. Johns River 212330.
t position, and retired
'A, P..C :IZylttra. Cbeu it and Druggcst North East onUlonda : Monroe, consisting In" 11" 20 ; 7. 1 8.20. 23,24, E 1-2 of25 The Uim contains from other Dwellings. '
the publie Square, opposite the middl basin. For the lands in va- 27,2 33. N ).2 of 36- al Parlours. 45 Rooms. with adtJition
in Dining Setting
lq" 11" 21 0 123101112. is. hoomlf.and
; 13. 14. venicnces in con. .;
y : LA WY tR: The county suitable for 192021. 27.28.29.30., not be general ForAcomj,4 can- S i:
E. B, Gould. Counsellor at Law-office'on Ar. ml\fouda I / S 35,36. surpassed.
illery Lane. Till County goodpiae In"lI" 22 ; 6, 7. 19,30.31ARREDONDO The well earned Reputation this House "

B A. Putnam.: Attorns} and Councellor 'j GRANT. has from Vear to Year acqu/red/it will be Ib" .,,
-- at Law office Picoluta to Proprietre&>> .,SIrs. DAVW aim to
.treet.fr
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MARION COUSTV.In" .
I r.r the liberal short __
nnd Solicitor 1 \ .\NKS. Patronage heretofore '
William Por'I .J. Attorney at Law 12 18 1.2.3,10,11,12.14
in Ch111cuv-offiec on the ground 'door ot L Fro'n ; I sale of Lands, I 19 ;; 2. 6. II. 12. 15,16.18., iSn'12" 19. turn her tbnnks. ",

the South Wiffgot the Court Houne. 31-i I Taxes&c. 201,2 !3..H. The Table will be supplied with choice'

::1 George R. Fairlankt. Attorney and Counsellor milrr.-By In S" 12" 6')0.. K 3-4 of L. 3, 5,6, 7.9, 10, Game, Oysters, 1 urtJt'. Fish. Ducks. VenisonS

Law-office in the Court Houix \ ser)(burg : PET'Ul'J'Y. 11. H. I(;.11. 18*22,2-1. Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time .

.- {L I -- 711S .-By I n 12 26 ; Of. 1. 3, 3. 4, 6. 12, 13, 15, our ttiycM anti Forests abound. Two or

:- : .' PUBLIC. OFFICES. Baltimore : 1XSURAXCE 21..2 >.2t. !tH. t1J'Jrt! Hunters, spurting exclusively for this

1'..t'Offlet. P. f:.'Zf Istra Post Master,on the corner R7. Total n 12 22.t.. .. G. 718.19: Hou,< .

:4 of Bay Street and Public Square. North of Mar. 820. 'VALL St.. GEO.: R. FAIRBANKS. Hnrs" Carriages, Por.j.:>t Guns FhbingTlcklc -
Tin* 8*. Augustinr. Ftb. 16. l 50. ,'Boats for Excursion.&C _
1st
Let building 1849 $900- ,_,_, -!-
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_; ttirrryor Genertl't OfficIt- A. Putnam Surveyor every Thro in 60 and Mortgages NOTICE.To Very Respectfully) ,

General on Hospital: Sytreet,earner of Artillery From and stocks Claimant- of Bounty Land I PROPRIETRESSiV. S I
: York and United
', Lane and Hospital! Street.Land UNDERSIGNED ,
;, Office. Doct William U. immonp.Register : leaves Ch THE proposes to obtain; : B.-II is he iri"1i of the Pro-
ants for lands
for all
r. M.- I by a widely cxt claimants who i prietre< that Hu,
t of Publit Landl'ftice'i in the Court House.Tkot .. i n- Mcrvaiat flItftche4S
will be entitled thereto .
From under the .
Act t
the
now < Hon
bc'i c < liniilfl
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office in Court i lV -
T. civil
Kuttell. Receiver
: nUcu-
t at 10 ? : ol( profits of fif I fore Conjjrvs.s wlnn the same shall have passed I live, un(l O )JiiIIj- "
House. : ) and "_ _ _ _
lea.1 By become
law
for tho
w the 31st a moderate .
'. office policies on sut o .
} JudgE of .Frrtate. .(G.lIl1l11phrt'J" Judge.J Macon FIVE S .' Cttit'Is
DOLLARS
j in the Court. HoUl,. : for each Warrant 'when ot. hereby g.ven.tht Uhall.six months after date
I Stage! to tained. .
I't [, Peter B. lmma. Clerk Circuit Court, office in : : among present to the Judge of Probate of $t. John
I
63 By
; the Court Hoasc. Toul ; The object of this notice is toogi\"e to claimants County my accounts (for settlement and allowance
I : I Rafael B.Canota. Sheriffand Tax Collector ul r. IfiG. ( cash annually, sem- an opportunity procuring ,warrants at ns AdmiaMrator oi the Estate of Robert AUWer.U! I...) .,
I Fare 839. being added on the the least possible \ or IBM .deceased
lice in the Cuurt House. tim expense. county ;and further notice rs given
: Collector of Cuttomt John M Hanson./offiee.Intpeetor .- Fr 9 I, Those wishing to secure the services of the, that I fh&H at the Mme time ask fir II final disvharge

t, of Caitomt. Ora Howard office I in''. daily" at' this Company se- undersigned, will call at his office, or address (rQm Administratorship; of said Estau-

Howard Building" Market square. -road) t.1 the insurances: him by I letter, and prompt attention will be JAM Ei A. IICKtER. S
/. H. Brontoa. Judge U. S. Court Northern without ): ten to their claims. St. AuustineJune.j5.jS0. 6m.
r i Di'trictofFlorida, office in the Court House. :I By n& of accumu PHILIP FRASER. > --
S bill' 33 r"l e.
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:i ( G. R. Fairbanks Clerk U. S. Court office in \ at Law. I month after date I shall
iles. Attorney SIX
.j the C urt House. : m on their own lives S I ; and voucher prtll'nt my ac.
;, Jacksonville. E. Fla., July 15th, 1850. aa Ailinnitsristrjx ..-
the
11 Deputy..V ,"'d. George I. Zehnbaur. office inhe woman can in- : Eatt of \'iltiam (:iMwlIO. .1..r"'f'tl. | '

o \ Court House.'ORDNANCE. Athens of which are Pertr, Ale. &.-. ud-e, of I'robatr ,,f :Ma<.hlla ft> theUOD&
I, To -of herself or chil PICES. Chocolate, Rio Coffee Teas Java Coffee sell said Efat.ailI CIUifly. for a 6nAL-
oy-Mrf nappv
DEPARTMENT.apt "(; : Ale in pts and qts Porter in pts and qta the *th'r"of DHmi-rfon at theannie tIme

; I .D.. .> James Jt. Ifankam, Ordnance Store keepe, Camden"( olumba, upon sala best English article Congress Water in pt.j and qt*. tio. OIWIUCh: all p..r.ou. inrt'fr.d nf 9Urh III Admoiitra..aid !Estate; .

j mee 01) &t. George street a few door South:) of the "'HarnWg themselves of a re- lleidseick Champagne qts and pbl,choice Principe Cigars w i. take noticl"

-S Dry Good store of S. M. Wakeman. Person de>i irouu ,. : "M- may be secured John Anderson's fine cut Tobacco, iVyer's S ANN JOU:;;. .Vlminwratrix.
: r ot vUiting. the Fort will make application to I Honey Dew Cavendish, Champagne Cider in qt I S l"rr 1'.J.
I ra! and at retail by B. B. PKEVAn.gt'nl..
: : Capt. ubaU1. C ", of Mutual pts CARR. -Newnansville. Fla.June: 3J.JO.: S
> advantages with ----
JUSTICES OF THK PEACH. A. M. : ': nt the office or Tax Collector's Sale. ._ XoUc,e. --- -
of its virtue of the power vested in me by l\w. I S.q IX'I'd,, .ftt'r ilLt.- [..h:111
S Jam" U, Gould. .1 E" any n entJ. BY IIPJIY! toihe' Jlhl; t fir
.\ I t expose forsalf before the Court house ot L.. Probates t lr the "Ilnt St. .
State I oJ Jh1 for Il'Uf'ra t
CITY OFFICERS.: .i| I C Colden. Mellorivilli-! the county of Orange, on the first Mon: ileed.\.fUtjnklrati"n (111 dlf L&j9tofJuii RODU\; :
I day ot February: next the following described 5' ,
Edwards, property
Jlatltlt' $. .IMA, Mnyor. "
!
:' C.BrawT I; I ; Peter }) eftl, or so much thereof will pay the state nnd county I -Sept. 2 1K10. K. n. (;:B12:4.
1 I tax .. the l Cfunt. year :
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.. ., j : 'tjrii ----S .
f.fSZ: : .titlernien.M.1Uededs. 'd'r. 350O acres in turnbuU's
: : : deed, for swamp belonging
I t ( J I ; |"Yaron, or A U per OIlt having claim" '
>> Fr J !ur'p0rcil' to boiongto/ JI. R. Saddler. ; any or Jemaati
) : Well*. agoinst ihremieof I1Linr
S JOHN Kt.OOIate ,
,' Clerk of the City Couocit. Charles Heagrr l office .... SIMPSON.Tax John.s ,let-enM-l.a< ('TtfIitt'uln'irl! ((S,, ._
:;ntc-.orOthrr.
.rhe Council room. George I'oc.k Nov. Collector o. c. wwe. are hereby notified to prwni &M ,
2. 185o. fe
".. 1 1.. CitIardl and Clerk of the.Morltt. F. P. l ing to be : J I| ... Mnberwitn! : two years from the date he 'o of. .ub-

crrrira. S Long j,, A fTotn tock. Tax Collector: Suit'! will !b- former barred. And pewiM ferfrbird or they
,,' 1,: Shuyler.! BY virtue of tile power rested in me by (law: shall I estate! are n-quir.-d tr>make minruiatf; to tr: -
IS
L AUCTIONEER.B. : Chambers, > >e'for sale before the Court house at Mel }'. ItRIDIER Adniniirntor.pnvmrnl

t I E. art IT (' [ I Tnckerman, lonville in the county of Orange, on the first MondayS 8ept. 13. 180_ J.
.
of February-next the the ---5. ---- -- S
II Grinnell following described 5'5. -
SSI re.!defl -) I property S-- i.-
MERCHANTS. or so much thereof will the lYoUe
as
:1 Hunker pay state and
i in the county
< :
S Barrougkt 77., Carr. Wholesale and) Retail! dealerJ I It i* tl Dutilh, tax due thereon for the year 1850:; ,to wit : Six alll Moth\'utcfl'r1'tl!l! flftrT datt I: shall pr<--n my amount :

.- S i first quality Family Groceries of a1!| klinio. Liliorstc. l licitor I[ S Lathrop. 35O acres belonging to or supposed to belong to I W.,McMam.: Administratrix of the rnof lCh3rles j5-
Charlotte T. Gobert, south of Smyrna south canal. deceased to rhJudge of Pr I
North -
1 / ., No/2 East side Charlotte Street come .' Double taxed. bate of larhua! County fora final .--
settlement
S S President. of said(
j.the Publie (
square.tlevrge of f Florida estate and !'hnllltt the t
S same time
JOHN SIMPSON,sheriff and apply for l 1.-1It'1'5 of
Bart itetlft' in Staple' and Fancy Dry date l : { Tax disinissJoo as lOch Administratrix of which
aU
collector .
.nod, Wet ride '>( Charlotte street a few door. < n nwcror' Augustine FJa. Nov. 2,165o. o c. I Interi-sted in said estate will take notice persons SM.RY >
Lane. kf'n (
orth Treasury pro McMAIN.June : _,
Seth ''Jf. JV hmllJl. Wholesale and -Retail dealer Tax Collector' Sale. I 0 S 4driiinistatrjz.
I t Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the 1 Certified BY virtue of the power vested! in me by law, I: 1st. 1850.

I \ \ .; nund floor of the City; Hotrl-l ry Good Store, Sale. expose for sale before the Court House at I S 5
t Hi rner t>f Pjeolata and St. George street, opposite [L. S S.] In me bylaw, I Mellonville in the county of Orange on the tirst'AlondilY J. Mcflobept Bakc

.5 5 e Court Hnbae.Mit S | the Court House February next the following! described property ATTDA.VI: Y'c.fCOlNSELLOR S
I e* S. It A*. Finklam.' Dealers in Fancyi on the first Mon or so much thereof will pay the state and county .A'PLtw.;
G )Odlli &.e. opposite the Phntera Hotel on East July 20. / described tax due thereon for the year 1850 and the necessary JACKSOSVILLE, E. Fu. S S
S S. S 2 le Charlotte street. will pay the .State expense inci.lent thereio.viz : WILL practice- C'lIJrt.Mofrlat" Eastern rirrnr 4"

S. Pedro Benet. Dealer in Groceries Provisions. &;c. pa year IE50. and 16,000 acres belonging or supposed! to belong i in IlItmitc/Q! c..unry of the MM Circuit in- /Jt'oro .' "

S a; met of Cuna and St.: George rtreet. : y thereto, viz : to tne Estate of Robert M'Hinly: George k. Fair and Hillaboroncfh .; ; i
S : Manuel" Cr' '*po. Dealer in Family stores. Provj.l' D shall F. P. Ferreira for binksagent. JOHN: SIMPSON sheriff and the Supreme Court at T.n.iJ! .. -, ST.f T United

S :l:ns, & .. corner of Charlotte and Bridge streets. i in the city St. Augustine on Tax collector, o c. States Distrrct Court for the Northern District or .
F. J. Qctnty. Watch maker and Jeweler on :May next in Township 9 Nov. 2. Florida j and wU prosecute claims a inlt the united
:ti arje wrret nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck.Tftoe. thereof as north by land of States before (:onqresenn the DI.'P3rtillent Wal1hington. -
-1 ffeUjH, Rctajjer of Boots Shoes Caps. thereon for J Avlce. F Betts Tax Collectors S Sale. i .

5- Hit* tc., east side ofCharlottre street, corner of ses and west by land BY virtu'; of the power vested in mo by law, Being located at J.-uxsonville/or. !h- wiLgye!
,- S Arlotte atreet and Treasury Lane.Latert. = 2000 ; tract of land was I shall expos; fur ssle! before the Court t his entire and unremitdnff attention! tf> his proihsion, r _

t Andreu. Tailor fhirlotte street' turned in 1 to B Mestre.Jr. House at Mellonvilie in the county of Orange on the and all busmri-' entrusted to hi care InlI rnee'ilh; I

I nearthe >t*. S 'glo,but not I first Monday of February! next, the following desc '1. prompt attention.
Tailor harlotte Street. nrarth before ,the' bed much thereof St .\n!!o- IRiO.
: Thomat Aft/f'U acres i* a paid property or 80 will pay the ,it.it.- ,--.j\iigHtt3l.
S store Grorpt- Burt. side of the and county tax due thereon for the year IPS''), end the 55 ((hiol-t!' roriw%."----7'

! S John Ufina. Root maker, harlotte street near W. from and ex-off. necessary exprnses incident thereto to wit : a FINE lot r,( L'utter L.z.i.; CWI..... >itOdtJ

I K City Hotel. Unless CoIIecter SIC.. 176 acres belonging or supposed to Wong: to the l1l Crcu'A :,';i'i. n.ICJIJ, t1-'a. ''':Uf.lked a: tee
1 Jotepk; Lnpet, Manufartarer of Segarp. shop in tac' heirs of Anton Pens. j an.1 Fulton! 3Iarl1: I-cr.
JOHN SIMPSON. at rC'tlli1. S '
R. shcnfTand S ; J.:
'Howard' Building -
: j --' r.ARR.
L: G. r.... Fapy. Dealer in Pry Groceries end Provisions Sale. Nov. 2. Tax collector o c. Isi5ti il'ld ':"hh Whi !"ti.COTCH .- -
S Itrf'tt. few doors South) of the i iIS ,\Lg.';
5- Charlotte a : St. d' in me bill1w. I iler.' ro.ltr in Piut! and Quart,.
S Hotel. Tax Collector'* Sale \lucfeia. :'irry.; and Port
City : the, Court; 'House \VineI'. Cliampazne
l :
k S ; Cabinet makeri, I virtue of the power vested in Br.lnrlr.llthn! j ln.t'mt: : .
noo'u'r
,**. AfiMMii q MlHga* on the first Mon B' me bylaw! IS :, '\lajlkry.a5.\ln
1'I eorncrof Market qusTf adjoining the CUUI1CU rOlm. By described property expose for sale btforo the Court Hou e letViilC'.t, ,.q'r..c "tfi.,: &t'.. rot'. :' liby

t S John Moavcy. Rlaek, Smith and Gun Smith, nI e'sr door in the State and county doar in the city of St. Augustine on the first Mon -Feti9- ..- S H f': CA
-- the $'orth Gate of the City. S day of and the necessary day of February next, the following! described property G'scri'u, Pr.Vh'ollfr----
I so much thereof will 4c.
or
1-1 pay the State and .
S or so .l& v"7 .JlI' r k ( (If Rur,
S county tax for the year 1850 and the necesaa/y u n. cboi'e llama
:
AMU3KMENTS.Billiard ax due ted on the south expenses lJl nfl; Ptk. Crser3! FhTe5 .
: Gosling: Alley. Ora Howard. of incident thereto;viz ; I\ &. Coff.es .tp -
7 Talle, txpenscs St Johns! be C ee : Ly ':;ar. tYPtl':
t j Howard Buildings Ma>kej equare.Boulinf 93G l purchased by 790 acres more or less on the south of Julington Mltrc" JI1'i dchargeiIforsafey
creek in the county of St. Johns B..F.. CARR. .
Alley Lfyitori and Rtf "Am''t'. by and return returned in 184IJ .
10,000 .!
S I by James lame.. Not returned for 1850. 11IiryHhackfai .
Bridier City Hotel.| taxes due by S
F.
lIST
Antonio rtceiyed few
: Unless a dozen
" S Pkilip Gora,.. Retailer of Liquor. Rrfrenhraenti? six Mile $00 42 dayof sal taxes-.; and expenses are paid before the J to water and gins Render5 the Leather impervious -

S Ate., Charette street, opposite Bridieri Bowling Stt E. tax 11 R. B. CANOVA. ';:ant poliih without.etroying its surface an IIe.:
S ft S paid before the day Sheriffand ex oft soft supple and tLu.
i, Alley. c> 3d rate. Tux ,Assessor and Collector tie quaUdt's.
S s j c. .
. I S STAGE OFFICE. ,58 State: JCounty "and ex-cff. Augustine, Oct 26th 1850. .. R ccommended for HllfDt'lel Cariiag.". &.t'. .

:t Ofli of,At Picolata Mail Stage. Drid r'. City ( Collector s jr. At Rflafl. B. E. CARR.
; Tax Collector's at e. Cabbni ;;Potatoes
\ ;_ Hate ,: Unless Apples, Union..
:r of sale. S virtue of the power vested in me by law I Per schooner Girpsey. DOW Jaud. thoict"
.. "I., : cii iciIg ;. R. Sale. i' D': shall expose for sale before the Court House \': assorted Pear,. artkCn.
App1
;:' i' Roma Cotkolic Church. North side Mono,flea d in me by law, I door in the city of St. Au: tine on the first Monday Cabhgl"\I.string andbunt'h Onions .Potatoes,
: the Court House :I of. February nf'1t th-j following described property Beans R ict'.fir sale at Wholesale Hay. Oa Com.

: 'j'J' tqnare.5Ei.CQdc1UreL South ride Monument squ are. St. the first Monday !I or so much thereof aji will pay the estate and -Oet. 32.-1850. or B.retail,, -

\ Prwfiftmca Chwreh. On St. George atrS tot,I described property 1 county tax for the year 1650 apd the necessary expenses Old Viraillln -. -I .CARR..S------.,
r,", S South of thejqnare.Methoditt I BY State and county I incident thereto viz: lot Butter, HI'm, Lard.
S .! CktftL ft. George street, .near the expenses in 46laeres3d rate land on the Pk&Jata road, west Choice Fulton Virginia hams, do do du Shoulder!

S !Mtfocb H.ow.TFRitS M '( of St. Augustine about nine miles therefrom lying do do Mess Reef marked Haml.do do Dried eef.
I day of St. Augustine! late partly in sec 1 and sec 2 of township I >> 7. south of dodo Bulter,d'o d Lear Lard Ap-
bounded north granted, Flora Leslie pies. Cabbages Onions, assorted \
ty or so ranee 23 east end not i e- Florida
1 : OP COURT EASTERN CIRCUIT ty tax due : t by lot of !fr". tarriedUne Oranges Dried Fruits. PerSchr;GipSr. '

S : FLORIDA. 1000 old Tan Yaid, net .9 t-.xssaniespensts are paid before the day B, C. CARR.

; y SrRI5 TEEM. I James of .de. May tiUU.-r. .. -
; y'hs C.iMtiefl ftjz&ugeand St. Lucie, at HelteBviileipmthetWrdTaesdayin 1 i 'and ex-ofT. If. B. ,CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off- ltlW' \Yflutter. Leaf Lard. F AI Hams. ,

i ; : ; April. t ColJirfw, lit ;o I S Tu lissessorondt. Ctltett lu fiDe San.a.gee, Mr Fork neef.Cod-
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