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The ancient city
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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: December 28, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00043

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/ I : : : TEEANCIE1CI1Y 1. l St. ,''ttclc Couulf* Tax Cfollcctoiii From e N. O. Delta. ,,: ,I wear, nor merely*a void dter-ta&ing thernf 1

i Sale PLA5TATI ON WORK FOR DEctM\nF-n they should! endeavor to inspire tbeta 3 '

.1" ',ii, I TTPT *irtue of the power'vested Srt inc by .law As |l lie cr'p ofthe present yenr WiI(_ ,')):5 nnd'gn/.itude,, by attending more $tri '' ,-

'VEft'k tjAPU DAY,, I 1 JDrU'te,levied upoii nod will ,l.- for a1e ;t PJt".ket.befoa l ,the first of Decem .,4 / ,!PUHhose little want and comr.ut "*the ubs' a IV.... 14l t .. .
Mt MrcYr the Jtoq(t Major. WlthfusuallioiS F, ,ftDNIflJ. .i'Fort. t r.rrOQtbf.'JA hu.ve a )long season bcfurp the nj '.I.JI -:;,of,which even:the humbj&jt vf stllYCS\\'iI\- -1 1r r and U VWlrjp ** nwtion .
well providpdwth pisi1t'
"'. c. ., n' ( 1I'1"Q.I '. '. II'..! 0 pl.nimjon ,,.l'Ii 'e..1 h raea' l3;>bft: pwajim : 4\viHnjvO&vp i isr I I JJ ) milt'1 : -Ii1 ts..WIIIUhfi

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t '.' ', e ?**T pcrMJpitt vt lCnc iir uJ ? .j,. jlfTc Howing. -described, It' 'I;.rlen i1iffftliJrd for ftcbimc low! : lodge'in, it excites iuMhaiikfulacss J. Trees are migratory 'ih.-their habits, for ,, -'- '
nr4d nV in his heart for he reflects within himself
We4'groutds such rarely oc I
I f, ) first J in f now,jand Tin CUTS fur. cocA of4rtndor so nrfcattK-rrJ3f.flg will pay tht J?L3tt i I; usnajyj that these t wherever Ih'y may winter; they arc suro to, .
and ten-on! l'orJ649iniJ curs. JLisiiflpoM1b1etogro.v good crops, on : things arc bestuwpd upon him merely leave in.
county taxes asssid ,lor ti., > tho spring; most of them are polite ;
midc In.aerUJ
will be lor
1&&ro.i. :uotie "
', It :' .* AfdtifUon j I| 1850.J \ i wet land. 9f'.thoropgIr drainage, as undqrfct because they are necessary to keep: him and full of boughs. .

(orL thnI. I I v:00, acres situ ate,on the} North ride ofihe m\'l"! I I >od anil rtcticul m Great Britain \ve as alive, that he may work on for the benefit ot o The external coating of many trees is the.

; ,:1ai :. ttratl-n ]I St. Sebastian,which, rivcrjcmpties! into InJir.n Kiverjn. \ ct know itlrhost nothing. Open ditches ure his master But if the master-will show sonic most valuable,part ; cork trees and boot-tiees.

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I iQU !jacres arc part ol .the ]Flcininu grant of 20,000 I nnd Otc c culiivalion uC vet lands proved still then a feeling gratitude urises in his-breast Grains and seeds arc not considered danger }. t

: '7 i".ntt&, !i Sale.p -1 areb,and ne bounded 6n the..Js'flrth: .by vacantlaaJs 1 I more so. Hence tho use of covered ''drains.Tlusw : and he is inclined to serve his* master from of- ous except when about to shoot.Some.trees -
.' ": : on the East by Indian, River on ihe ouih by ore well l liiid.aiid made ot enduring I ectiun,nn'l;\'not from compulsion. '&nv it cannot
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Ju i1ieOwtr. t<5ftcd 1Dc'by law 1 :, :U: 8cb3I iTcrnnd ba the Wett, the grinds ( are like watch:do:s, principally .:
p muteriul; for be denied that th J
: require no further outlay genera-; 're are manyplanters \
valuabl of
- brfoni''the Coin Hoo 0 un account bark.
tihaU' pdtt $Ae e ,nfthe FJ ifyeir -
: niiug gnipt, ased against .Vnjorjohn j tions, whilst ditches ,neverendingexpense 'm the SoQh'! who care little whether the '
Cf.t" tbekirt i f Bt. Auatin 00be' firm Mon4tyWftliraVry.Vt. -': Beard nffd Cot. John M. *onrano 0 ; open are a very A small; quantity'of bark will make rope. i : I

,.' the foflofciag deictibcd prop. I i 1 Unless the T. thereon_ and the co"tl'are paid and altogether$ insufficient for i.o frtling that exists in thu bosoms pt'4ll} elr neo but it requires a large. pile of wood to make t
an.Iz '' I thl'lJ JEh:Jrni nge.Ve find in our own practice groe:< is otxe- fe.Qrlr affection, provided thrtt ,
riff, w M> mucli thrrrof .. rill y&r tl.e Sias4 before the day of sale. I' ; j ucord. '
: :, cut tAiw iWrton for the year'ISS'l' and the,' C. U PRAYTbN', heriffand ex-olt I wh/ch/ though limited'' has been entirely nrc obedient,and, do their duty wit\ lacriiy. h there are no vegetable dandies, t l'Alihcl '

: 4 ': tLeIar7 expvnsra inculf21t\ItC'ttto., : Tax Collector, Comity of St. Lucie.Ko satisfactory, th'e res ltg so 1 our 'wdrin.ltitUtletfully But would not such planters evince morn prudence yet there are a great,many spruce trees. ,; :

20U Hcrci f Itnd being an undivided half fone ? '16 ,j '_ agree with those in i Ihe m isrehrnntef o and. more h'imnnitv, if they ould-- seekto M cut r trees a re ruspectuble number however -, ;
: 1 12.. fct ndre4 ete mcttitna ted between SWllnl,1| __ Englatul. The thCttY !, and by the way, in establishn; mutual good-tcill bctvcn themselves oftocusscs nre found th'm.It '
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: Tax Crolle 'or' Sale. among
Bird the ttrdye. mile "0.11. gIJlug to tit.. John Dliillhvw \fl what does experience consists but in theorizing and ;ther slaves? '
is be trees before
i-q. considered to to axe ,
virtue o'f I|be vested in br Inv proper
iSu'AujpurtMJCr which wild tract lias bwn urcfitlf I BY power rrm to success? that the tater that falls from Having' of our I
AI1t spent _
many younger years 'Ul\fclllhr'm.
d.i Uie U. late*. ( shoJi expose 'lor| n\lc bfcfore the CourtHouse clouds }
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I othr
1. f r* 7 being charged wit ammonia and .: had .7
upon a large plantation, we cv -ryropporttinity .'J1 lrit trees have military propcnsilics.-
MiIeatUP being i I at Mellonville ia the cdwntyi of grange, tilt
welve
pat on
) ttj.,1J\a.Q.UJ: fertilizing
; J gives off those to the ,
4 gasse.s easses of
observing the effects Vf din 'r nl When well I Mrained
they
. first they arc ;
I .."ja42OOacresniitJ': to Ceo. J. F Clark "? Monday February ext'ihefollov/ing: depcrivrd covere'il drains yiiiing produce i
;
laid of'thfetfctt '
j4 'Olb July' j'814, by the Spanish Government, property, or 1'0 much thereof as will pay the state and ( at a'depth management upon the Mme set jjf,slavers; inqny\ kernels and their shoots are verystraight. j !
the from the
surface, and! at distances regulatedby nod it is sincere belief that it is in the : .
due thereon our .. '
- .4 aurycJed Jythe Uuited guile*. couujy, tax: ,for the yeaj1 1 .50. and the nececsary 0 ,
' ,. ,- ". A1 IfCV'- O 'ctr 6&otJuat Peep creek" oo !the East 1 I cxpenreo in idrnt thereto\ ,to wit : the nature, &c., of the soil,) at the same power of every master to mnke his negroes' Gram .is treated like infants; when the head

: .1l'ilett.$ t.Jcuii9 liver.-being 'pariofm' grant for i I -, 48O acres IlilUlor-xij. ) Uiver,'bclonjnng or supposed I' time warning the soil in winter and cooling it not only fear; but respect and loce him. Andlnd bccomi;* heavy it is cradled and {generally I

i 'Ildl 21)00 .q wade by the SpanMi tJo'erOftlf'Dt to Gvo. to belong to Jnni 'lurrny, about' 8 miles, from:'I' in summer rand leaving open spaces through is i it not all-important that every II ve-I w"-ll threshed to render it.fil.for.usq.. j I '

"." .' ": *", 1 i'J F Cl"V On the! I5h? February 181 1. i Mew : uyna. j which'it made its way, upheaving and loosening owner should begin to pursu: this course? Tares arc found among the sinaI.grdins only! f
,: } \la1O bOO lcrs at or\1l"ar Deep creek on tie east I II I JOHX 4lMPSQ ,sheriff and the ground, admitting of dir reaching theroots have incendiaries in our midst who are friv-I which is the reason that they alone require ,

11 VidVof St;Johns'iirer.being p.rt of o grant for 2000 Nov. 1C. ,{ Tax collector; c. : of the plant*'. Thi uir. tilling those ine'by every mCltDi to aliunute our slaves l sewing.-Knickerbocker.LIFE. > 1

; ; ;: .' acres maile'M J J Clarke, by the tiPanih'Governittfrii -SI. JLticiu .Vouutf Tax Collectors I 'cavities or iniersticfat night, when cool and cither by enticing them from their homes, or r
0I
- OB' die T5tH Frbruary. 1811 Vjhich} two aid 0 KUlc.* loaded with moisture is rariticd duting the by rousing rebellious feelings in their busllm..1; .-:Men n-jo-qe! when the, sun' is risen;. i I

p "'.. trtcU eft 50tl aerwach hs. b
fcytheU-aeasute* have levied upon and wll ecuofe fur xal'e tthe I it. This occurring rvery day nnd night: can be mad; so happy, Ji"d sn contenti'd i nnunconcious of the decoy of their own lives. .
,h AII'O SOOO acres on nouth wde cfc Duncreek house of Major W: .FVRu&elf! near Fort Pierce 0 k(tps under-drained land in a cool and moist with their condition, that it will be/nut of the i| Men rejqce at sct.-i r g tho lace oft new season.

-1 wliicU wpmnnieatf Dun Lake with St. Johns riv- un the Indian RUer,(there-being bo pourr House, slain during tho driest time3,. when that im- power of abolition ngcnts to draw them offm- f us at! tin nrrivtl of one greatly desired* Nevertheless {
rr, bring the Horthere half of a 4000) acre tract sur- in the ) in the eoui:! of Si. LiieU,' Florida pcrli-cily drained, by ditches ruvoluiton
county y open or upland i to the free :Iat's. ure.xritu! them to deeds of : the of seasons is the decay
, ::1 .'-, yryed there for Joho rowDrd,bring ,I&rt of the a grant on Monday the 9tji tiny j$ f'May/! I MO. botwn-n the not drained! at all I I, becomes haril, baked and cruelty ami revenge against their maSters. : human life. Fragments of drift-wood mee-. t
lAid Broward 4th
\ tf 16.000 acres rajd"" to on ,'u>unl iiouw of snItt{ LILt .lowing( described tracts or iruPl"HIUi; lu moisture, unless 1'rmn n situ; ra-t't'I ling inthe wide ocean, continue"together a

., ,-. \ 'p' A.uft.1Bl'. nituntcu.'. on the west iI1 leotMotanxaa parcels and.f land or'.ro H'axi-sj much tln-rfof n* will pny the I ting tain. Alter lung continued rains tindur :)_IOI'UCIlIf, '. 1 C01'r ))OwScncc. t little spaethu? parents, wives, children, rel-. .
Alo 15U acre tusewd
State tlirnon for the
: an undividrd pan of n 500 acre' county mined land quickly dries to a certain I'"illt-I A con citpurulC'lIt from Jl/oTiticello1 M is.. says: I utives friends and rlCh,! remain with us but
river. bt-ing 18-17. UH8,.1q.! ni.d I85P.
: ei ua
J called ll)!luic'* old Firldlso acres made by thej :pani4i (Joverunient: to Et uebio moisture i in sUipenjjmi; whilst theviiiidraiiicd years, for fruit trues for nir llrd'n. Some I rat ion i is ir 'l r-I i* j. No' mortal can escape .. 1

1: :\ '. \ 1 lot i i* the city ol Augastw: on Ihe east Maria Gomez oii ,the l.'ulj July "l&lf$td Hinted continues tbroivi :,turatt-d until St dries by ('nSUIlS I would lose ne.arlv'ialLA" | : abairHC8.nnd. Ihu eOrfltpOlr4 mgurn'-1or.Ueparte.. __ .L.'i

fid'-of -t.leading from lie ,b fjatk to in raid county of Bt. Lucie on ihe-: "c uf JupiterMuhael surface evu pi i( *"-. by which the surlacoimltf i ik' f. at others u fo; 5v -r .; .V J ,r t6etrctur ,
near thc,. !iJ of the .. ; jr"ltJ 3.1.r(; ;in nvo If )t. .i4 oa, ,. .
il il'f L.N Ia,4Lunw4c! ; M.nZ1D6: oJ Q 'J' _\a-u'u" t. E4 ,
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Ir' m tk"J' t i 1.", pufli l "fnr" 1tjnit : J .n. r Itllets .n..llJjn'cOI1YlIIC.UIA .f'IIH., ,(
} ,ill 'N'oiihb Dr Ii "'rt; 0., ';1\1 iw(: : O'\a. .art i1C!. \ an4' It.,. .. tdti.t:" vt.ir. Such plant*, \\:" wish 'tl"'gro\v good Tr'tiit in Missi. sppi wo : HI1, 'Sfiour.1rle'if 1
.<4ftf" 'Mi 1t lr+, a of "I } r.-nrtl, ) to we all litlw.nre, alone attacked b '.'the nplnsnr must ;:rt native trees, that nrn trained low- j : .L J"J .!nJC the sumo roz4, t
Cost late the h resident cstntiof ) "
properly Lazarus, lion ip :
PlrliO t his frt.
\brgurl.t -. trodden '
hao: by
cultivate 1I redly -
lot f.-et thu and \ peen
1t'1011gins from ground-; "
louse in the first iixtiiiic, though say'IJ
Love desirihed
WC'i"otll\\On.dec'usc.d. All tb L'hn: mnn Levy, in part tb Dioncxia Sc-gue. wife of plant fjfe resembles a cataract Bushing down "ithirreststtble I
JUcltlud wa returned iiy Juhn FOIDnl": Berr.ardo't'etiui;* an,l to William ,\. Forward.! i iAfso I they theatre spread to the healthy and vigor- tat'mas well as we would any choice shrub-to Knowing that the .
impetuosity.
property 3d Nate 'i'axes J "lIutcliin landsitnaled in t'nidcounty ; have them in perfection. i
It ous.
tale >
asilL'H't'J IIIi oIl5
-, ,"c1.u.'b Agt'It;ud c'Wte the tf buJ G J t' Clnrkl', fur 155', 81 1399 of :t. Lhicie, honn''J on lilt North by Intlinn '' This i isn subject, however, that will require "1 havu succerded in raising some fine strawberries ,;nd ot life i is death' every which right is minded connected.man. j, ;

Dt tS Iwr (e111. 110t Hirer Inl.t, on the South by St. Luck Inlet! r' n series of articles: instead it being iKerely thU! season. I (fathered; some !thU summer ;>tight to ptirsui ,that I Ir

.i ; 'I CIUUry'nniJJ! IUl'aI tn and Jlll'nl't'14 nre Paid Ufore the day ( ilhcri'fcbar, on the Eat b)' the Atlantic 'Oci''nand touched ui,n in EI tiflg. \\V will I I merely that'measured 3 to 3| inches in circumferLnce. 1; wirh ultimate bliss ; f

; ., the \Vestby Indian Hiv.r, assessed against TD. \ | add Ihat'we are this day breaking up a piece Theyvere of the' 'Lizzie! Randolph'j i1
"+ elf &f. TJ. CANOVA, Shriflini1 ex-off. Vantorn.a. non rCfiJt"III. I for turnips and nursery stock, which f four years variety." This, we understand i is a Southern I j "Sir;' said a member from the Assumption .,

r: Tax Asseswir! nml' Cnllwtor s. 1. c. 'AIIJo950lllLcrt'\ ( of land bitunted on1 thE! banks I ago was a piece of famous snipe ground' but seedling; the plants our friend was kind j Jisiritrt, in the I"mhi'inlegisl tturc,"! am here ,

f Mt. tllu"llnr'! Oct_ 61.! 1iO. of the Kir+r St. ffbaftinnvvhich river ciiipttsnito I.I being thorough drained in n manner we will enough :o s nd us have all the appeu'ansc of i, iho proud representative of my constituents; II
anti '
'11- t the Indian Kivi-r in the ,paid 'UUllty of ct. ,Lucc.aJIandh' : drsrrlbe in an early rommuiiicniinn.ls, now inr.k beinu fine aort. It i* a "Pi ill Hate" \'atll'ty-I lam here from the?; ;parish of "ull1pl.iln,
,
. .T<,.c tor'sate.. i ff tract of a 20.000 aero' while I Jiiud: this floor I and Assumption
; : pan a granted it : that; is. the pistils oc-upv almost upon fare
vested in me hyhw I fine tilth as could be desired, although : I.
: virtue of the po\vr > by the Spanifrh.floveriimnt to, George Fkuiin:, blossom to the -:1 utwn ofilie stamens; rtnd of u piwceuVessaid a memberopposite,.
I BY sale before the Court 1 U t >use III is had hut one light shower upon it since the I 'X
Ull expose for and i A bounded as fgllows : roiutnencing, At n CaHKige -; it is that a sort in which the stamens "and you are the d-?Jpsl piece of Assnmp-, .
the tiret Iuni i middle! of- fuLl that so long as the necessary : t4
i doorialbrcil of fit Ao-unlne, on Palmsouth of the mouth of the .St. Sebtatian I Iftiver. July, ago as''Statninnte"should tlUU that was ever ,heard.of." '
the knowing dewribed properly i! first *k.of How i is it with uodrnined I are unmeroa -hence known -
we
day: t\ May --xt. And running thence $J outh -45- degrees west ;j September.
"; nnldllhert'uf a. will pay use State aJJluntY thnimtoepinethrnceborth 45.deref west swamp lund at this date bq planted witn it, say que row miner I

If: C4dut'I'll ao, dal'l'f"On for the ye. r lt'50, and the f.crsary 417 480 chain, to a make : thence. Rort.> 45 degrees Pn)cecd to clear up and prepare for ncsjt I Ip'ur's or six; fur the purpose of impregnation; other- O: A poor cornct'hnving got his scull fractured :
4 incident thereto, Tit: the bank t Every day's breaking wise the berries would! be few anil small. That was; I told bvthcdyctorilitthebrain I was
: *Me lot of land in the dty of 8:. AupMtiae erff of Indian Ki/er,above the mouth of the} ?t. S, bas. | land, nnd esoecially 'of that which was in by thus affording them abundant means of impregnation -j visible; on which he rtlOqrkcll01) write to

:;/ Matia :s&ichezcftek.boflded non). of II tin, to the place bt'ginnil1g-beini all of the said com last year, and i is intended for cotton the 1 I the ptstillate sorts produce the II tell my father\ ,. for J he always sworo I 'had.: j
.f'LoinaCrosby. >uth by lot late)y n.ld| of Peter j l gfant, (excepting >thcrcfrom 500 acres now owned i Ir next is worth two ploughing in Ihe spring. i finest and largest fruit. This i is the fact so none."

; E t b Smith hiliP Weedinan and others tat by by 1\It'lSSts.llcard and-,Fontane, which said 500 acres '' drub nut undo brush from woodland pastures. 'I long, ably and determinately urged by Sir. I

) aiia Sanchez creek aad we.t bOnrida reet up. r are .boated at the mouth riht' said River t. Seba I Plant pieces of Bermuda grass sod in pernv\-'I Long worthtof Cincinnati, ana for' which not a AVBTRO.VYfANICAIJ" JOKE. :

.i:,< pOd u. belong to Col. Andrews and North other and ind.vid-south "iiaD, on the ndnh side, thereof)-which said 18- !. nent pasture ground, naked points, road sides, 0 little silly ridicule has, been attempted, to be i A nIO gn :pasiri; the Daily' Pilot yesterday, II
t ; |taB W UDdiyid*d. l1\t'afurinl sud() acreare assessed by the name of the "Fleming i, thrown upon him. at
felt
tugging
&c. with ( of lamb, something "
ab
't The \ u Il'g
i II' 5bo t ,800 feet. rot and west 1501l'd. ?, (;rant" owners unknown, but are supposed to belong I I, Prepare fur hedging' trim and weed hedges -, Our correspondent in a more n cent letter: I the meat, when turning around, Im discover '. ;
Crosby
1 lot Unless"ss rtwrned Taxes ad by Thomas expends are j*idj\ bt-ro.f day to either to: the,the Life estate Insurance of the late and lIon Trust Charles Comp3ny.AtflO1GOOn Downing. I get out limber, lay in n stock of lu.l in th' adds- "fo you succeed raising any fine raspberries I I ed a dog; making ruth.-.r too free, with his din-. Ii
or I ? I have supplies of plants '
and ir use i iriJhe children'91)UrsCfl purchased he raised his foot and administered -
Samuel{ HP quarter, especially tier ; thereupon II
of. acres granted to ,on ,
:: u. n. CANOVA. Shci iff an<' rxoff.TUJ tb 19tb day of Jbly. 1813, situate at the month of ; collect material ,for compost heaps, for three years. paST, Irom New York and ti dose'ot shoc-fjlclic when the dog '

Assessor nruf \:Collector., J. c. ,I the Kiver Santa Lucia in the county of St. Lucif,\littering 'slockynr.is nnd stabler; repair; I'hiladelpbin, but cannot get them tver'ciir to live and { instantly retreated u Jew ynrd4, yelling "If-

. St. AUJtugtin"OcI. 28th. 1850. ; Florida bounded on the North Cast by Indian Hi'-, j gears, tools, implements! &.c.' Look over your nm now withoui" a single plant. i I you kick me osjam. I'll bite your d-d"leg ,
rr. on'the East south and west by public lands aased -i plantation record and nccountbook4 and strike could gel a few to start in the spring, but they that I will." k

: Tax Collector'vested* Sale me by law, I by the name of the "Miles: Grant" eupposcjl | the balances| )\. the profit ur loss in your II would die through the summer I have n cum \\011.0 de'Lord of Hebbins," exclaimed the r.

B V Tirtuc .f the power Ale before the in Ccurt House'lU to belong part to Rev. R. K. Sewnll, in part John { } cur/i' ope'ratiorjs. .which' I I topped, and made a ht.tl-suy from Afncji, with his.eyes look- .

I. all expose fur ofOranse.onthe first Mon- (_;. t".Uasanl, and in part 'to the estate of the late twenly by thirty 'eet-under the tree, on the 1 illHke two star surrounded by hlnck clouds, !J .

MploiIUe iD the county tbt following de-cribed pra per- Joseph S. Smith, and in pail to Dionesia tfegui vile. Front "the Eutaw Drnwcra1.v north side and manured the ground with at the wuny time falling; on his knee, "eben

1sy tCI Yehuary iereofaswillpay Del.t. themte and county Bernardo Segui. TBEA1., ENT OF NiGr.OEVe hope our swamp mould!, so that the ground was quite tin dogs owp a spite to us poor dnrkics. 1'1t" tt I

t,91' Iduch for the I P'O. and the nc'ssnryexpense. Unless the Taxes thereon and the costs are paid' reader! will l not think, i: out of plnct','ur presumptuous loose and light. I have come to the conclusion -. n'jbt-r kick. do* agin, fit 'sist me God. '

I 1u die thereon dll'rl"lo year, 10 wit : before the day of sale. o inuctt we venture offer them a that the raspberries were too long out oft r 'You had better not'," exclaimed the dog, 4When
.inddt'tft LBIl\YTON. Sheriffand ex-off I .. : *
C, tots MII.JVUI.JH -.c..0 NY York and
Rivt'fbrlooging reflections
Johns few upon the nnd the meat
,Bcrhsford S1. pntt that ultl 6 __. casting a glance at negro ,
aCres / I\erc. "rr
,1000 Tax Collector, couc>j/.bf St. Lucie.XOT nt the South Philadelphia "
to Duid It. UUlIllOm. I cr management of our negroes 1 1 1I i and
0 auppo5ed to belong died before I.r eive'l them, consequen'JrI it" eii .
or Ig. 1 of private in- for -
fberifhnd matter grcat
Ulr-ON, I been a < i
always *-
JOHN has unuTrterci *
Tu collector, 0 c. Tax: Collector's-Sale. .4.ot 10 iu, ;.. lividuul owners; but it is I could not or should not
I tirrue of the power rested in me by law, I:r. first becoming one of the deepest public mo i you would. give m3 you opinion in regard ',> to the dog. "(nlt forgive dfs child." \
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1" Sale BY expose for sale before the Court House at ment. When we 'look at the deadly hosti Itt to, the cultivation ofthe'ntspberry, and of the !I Away ran the; dog with the poor discoaso '

H Tax vf vouec the ur vested in inc by law,I Mcionville; in the county Orange, cn.the lust Mo. j ) that exists against the institution of slavery varieties adapted to this climate., Do you think !late negro's Dinner who looked aftcr.himtrembling % .

By virtue fyrwle power before the Court house day of February next.the following described propertyor I ut the North, and the efforts that nre being shading from the inid-day sun any advantage in every limb'with tears in his eyes '

j MelSl/iVu> county of Or.ngeon the firtt so much thereof will pay the state and county taxdue ; made to undermine it in our very midst, it to them? When i ia thii- bests tuns to transplant when he said,: -
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at Maad of February Iiezt .the foUowinff disc bed I thereon for the year 1853.and the. r-ecessary expenses i is of the greatest importance that our slovpbhould rThe "If de dog don't talk, I' ncber.becrpdj: do
T itte IIaLeaud iucilt'lI&bt're'to: raspberry docs not bear transportation! ,
thereof as will W be united to us (.much ns possibleby like.
p'opityorsoiuuch 1U.and thet.ceary acres belo agiog to or supposed to belong to \ 'distance unless exceeding well j pack. Wyman the
and uxdue ibereoa for the year 603 kind and considerate treatment. It wOuld to a great The crowd laughed. heartily, ,

county upc'IUIt" .1JIciJ..nt.ah\'rt"lo wit: 1 Jane Leonardy wharf.. be exceedingly impolite and dangerous at ed; and even, then is loug in recoverinsi the ill Ventriloquist,. gave the,negro a dollar for the
old
Uivtrnl"nr its Au-10 acres at Smyrna loss fir ,ti roots. We have
"',-8 Dcrt' north nr Indian JOHN ,:IMrSO.sheuiT. and this time, flIt slave-holders to use unnecessary elfccts-of the ( Drous. loss he experienced and-' for( the joke practised,
1 Jaract,bo\onr\n or II&ppC.et'J to belong to ht'in of t.rr- Tax collector o. cI 0I harshness or severity in the government.of imported preat,numbers of all the tine varietiesand ansi all hands,highly delighted, iamoutef.

i ;ndoLow?. JOHN b1lP0N,5hmn1mmdTaz f \ their slaves, as this must inevitably tend to have never saved! over six to ten per cent. I P. S. The little magician performs tonight

eoUe-ctor' 0. C.NM I -Nov.- 2.1a _i_ make them less contented with their condition -lIt i is a plantJ.too, 'that seems to require at least!1 Mechanics' H'll,Norfolk.

..5. Collector's Kale.Y I Listen.. to those, whoare years: to bring about u thorough, acclima, ,
to -- --
l .2 Tested iu'me law, II|I and more inclined I -
Sale. virtue of the power ; by tiun. It loves u coolxaiid rather stttEs.ut, andone | is house house
Tax Collectors I not only secretly endeavoring to en'icej j a not a D'ye give
Houssat
fore Court
Kale bt the.
B for
virtue of the power ivcktcd in me .b)' iall expose the county of Orange, on the fii>t Mon II them from their homes, but are instilling: d 'ngeroussentiments that is quite rid hThe: sanw plantation! ] :it up? When it is tirfirc

By tnw. I shull expot'o fur wile U-lore iheifjo MnviUe in next tho following described into their minds. must not be relied uimhjbr' moro than three A school boo being asked 'to rapeat- t'ren.iv _
of February \ The best pUu is to make a
I rt House door in Afellonville. on the lath day of day t mucli thereof as will pay the Male and pr'per-I We know that us n general rule, slaves aro years. the extent intended to be new onetj, |; six worde ''beginning successively( with.
defctibed proprrty, or N t'pu the 1 1S50, at.' the treated at the South, for the more of one-third grown the letters of the alphabet
-February next, the fcU..wing 1 tax due thereon for year necmary I II kindly all of the sorts we have ;i in.. .one sentence,
I Although
mucktberrof at will ray ll'f-totc nn<1 county tax nws incident tl,
dur thereoa for the>nr 1850. add the necessary ex I I tip SOOO acres Lead of Indian River belonging or 1 1t I and refinement, the 'more the feeling,,, of hu- tried have done tenonablyxwellf the mid yellow the tl UA boy cannot dig easily for gold;, hence,
tUerftoix 1 Duncnn I,. Cllnl'h.I blacks the to Magnum Bor.um (a new Englisl sort)
penwa incident : belong to inanity towards the disposition if just keeping lead melted needs put
oxygen"
eupuoK-dto i ,
: third land the east fiJt CfI I| :ON.phenfrand continued Fa.stollf have succeeded best. 'The new red
SiMP
'CSS !7 acrrs rate mi JOHN 1 treat them as tellow beings-has to quicksilver, rapidly'saturated, timidly under
lake, nod on all collector, o. c. and the Franeonia are grovvins! well, !
Georee.bounded "'U 1tail Tax in a Monthly *
Lake not one master when
Perhaps vitro! xebecs .zealotex.!
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strengthen.
yean
other ritai by ctlons 20,1 27. :s. 'rown hi,! 13, I Iov. 2. ; ventures now to treat hU slaves but have not yet borne fruit. From \the Fastollf,I
I I thousand
1f''lIbnl" L LI t-ver fine Way is a theological! ,student like a merchant -
Ranta 2< south andean,and township 14 ; oU'e." : and the few who do so wehave'fcatliered berries as umMa.rxe as :I .
c.f the i :i with brutal severity ; o / Because both the
; land ftlDth like soil. The they study profits,
third ratt on Antwerp
acres eveaproduced .
AUO.S80 the ofProbstea
e, after date I hall apply to Judge : nnd scorn of their neigh '
wreki incur the contempt
said lake on Township 14RannS7belonfinM Q Ix thrivesvell here. The Prophets.) : ,
,tme. bounded west bjr .Orange for Lettna of insist bears and' .strongercans
R ) to belong to Lydia for the Coantjr bors. But what wp would now chiefly Why is a palm tree like a chron logerf Be- .
pposed have .
'" of1'homuAddiaon ot'.th'is sort awe ever seep were cuho I .
Admiration c6 th, c tate slaveholders should not merelygi -
C. Gould, Archibald Raid. Aff nt. \ '\ PEDRO BENET: OJJL is that iuffichhcyto cat and to ; Mi:: !'rli sta coast. -. i I I ctl'Je. it furuishes." datt3.I .

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l. ;i t i 1 1"1 I! N'l' CI'L'f. f Cold Weather.: I I'e l\\oe! of uhich uoumls IK died-' $or:1'-n after..Soon -'. (,point: sMpnxninvnt 1 1"1' and so likely to btistte U> \rh: ;::I\.t' !n..:.! tllllllihat.: 'day, n rt-u| --:}

I'} I -, \\ find in 'jlllo\\'in ::: '' after iho oenll.-of Cram1, Ihe murderer at Cape( Hllt;}'w 1 ana) :iit| that underririii'iisiiiues :;II.-li I i II tan n1 foully at :iitrl.nu'tl at theprt's: c'f Ita r!.;.,.. I
i foUr *exchanges Ihn I was faken by the deputy .-.11t rift', but ilu: crowd : it i ierv_ highly iinprobabK: 1' Tims it that Uw + 1It y

i notices of I Ihe \isil i >of Jack Frost to ;the residences ; became too great lo' admit uf.project! ion' of the that) provisions; so hcav*' noel I bulky n* salt, I with their almamvs appears! mnrdrmliiKinars. nUt.'It:11 i with 00;;t III

1 J' '1 I''I ,1 'ol gouge. off our Northern Hrieifdsspendjnging I prisoner. He was'tajcwi; from the sheriff and. beefand pork would liaxt formed :t' part ,.r! ruliivated with their aliaiiu .

I,. ; 1 I ; the: winter with usThere' seems pulicly, hug.-[Pla&T 'u'rfi&Si i their supply< 'nI mouton would! oWrcur V 'e have cd .whh. heir almanacs, and :

n' I : ; I ,I V! % A lorriftle: uifray Sic ;Jed in n house in been wholly out of,the qucstiun. their almanacs. In fact the wanted w'Ir,1.
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to ten of in the human almanac '
I' sort universal l -
I'' i! '' "J 1 1i i. ..-. propen.siiy! I Stoekton street,'where CarmalitaBcrtriucd was i The fact, then seems to .Im l t tnal Ihes'i arc I. iheir guide of I life nnd boodoffate. w- ;y
I ( 'i .Hm l' T1:1IJ1\: &);: mini! to feel miserable: or I happy cold orwarm killed a few months since. A Chilian woman J i
I 1' i' : traces of Sir Johs Franklin, but'that they only; S\
; '. !i i I : : lOlTOSE ,111,,,EM., L)' comparison.' It i iswith this view known on I thin police records ns Uig Mary,nnd indicate his pusition in 1845, the first year uf COLUMBIA RULES THE.SEA 1-
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:j 'I, l. ,I.' j., trHJ 'oJ" -;- :|ltd supposing that those who have suffered IJouis"fay: lor, a Sydney woman quarrelledabout his voyage.A JOSIAH D. CACTISGa "fnrmer poet," nx 1ae .
r, I j I' to. )(1 ; I } a'Ocr : :
? ,\I'' <.L.o'. ,.l.- DUtbort
Ji i t wilh above
"so mUCh the ihermoinetcr zero
I ," 1 i I : l' \I ':' : 40 the Chilian woman drew out u kinfo which she, SIBERIAN: ,WINTER.=The traveller in Siberia i.. of the following lines,:which; i if nut tn.t
equal
: 1 j'i 11 1 j 1'r ,. hero would grow warm under tj l Hnp consoling; had concealed about her, person arid stabbed during the winter, is so enveloped in I CAMPBELT.: yet, possess: very cwsuferalt{ { :

'.1., 1'fi l lc ,t"j ; : I 4 I' :"' I reflection that their friends were cnji j'ing Miis'l'uvlorin; the groin.Shortly afterwards ftfrs that he can scarcely move ; anti! under merit.- llrslun Post .

c I I -J 1.1:1'a I..t j" '"' 1 1I 'I lit nt some 50 or CO degrees I lower'down that thc'mffnVho had provoked the quarrel. Rich- the thick fur hood!, which i is:: fastened to the "The pc.tem,flutters in the breeze, .

I i 't' .i 'ThOT4th DdR | iird Tirrel and William Noland, had an altcrj bearskin collar! and cover the whole face, -The nnchorVomcsa peak,
: I "t't'+i ,,.!I 'J'i | wo collect those: item was j cation on The snbjeci: of tho aforementioned one cair only draw in as it were by stealth, ulittle Jet fall sheet home thu briny foam ,.' .
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J, r ',1 1:1 ,i i'I not \'UI""t.vcry cold day hero tho Thcr- uifray, in the course of which 1'irrell'shot l his of the external air w'hich. is su keen that: And ocean's waste we seek. ;'.

:'1' 11 1 il I I "''.'s. : ,,I ,'inomc-ler:i stamling about 54J, in the morning. nntajio'nistin the head, the ball .netrating it causes a very peculiar "feeling: to the/throat Tho booming gun speaks our adieu, '.

:\ ,",I 1 I t 1- I'1I t' -t through the skull. Both the wounded persons and lungs- The distance from one halting Fast fades; ; our native shore- ,

\ I.'' 'I, I' "' I.. '' }4 f AL1JANV, DKC. 14, were alive last evening, hough: their wounds place to another takes about ten hours during Columbia free hall rule the sea, ;

I / ht. The14Manhalianarrived wore of such a nature that it is thought they \\;htclt time the traveler must always continue Britannia ruled of yore, JI
cold last
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: : ) 'I, The Weather was very uh '
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I I \ I cannot recover Tirrell wns arrested und lodged ; on horse back, as the cumbrous dross makesit LWe
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: t i : this morninu'> : in ill station house. The go the tempest's wrath to dare, i J
has
;, j ( I Ii. : wonvin; nut insupportable to wade through: the snow
I : \ : : 1 York but the I Isaac :Newton was eoinpo-lled to*
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; Alta California.JQ1IN tiilu.i's'nradricned'plny, JI
i. yc'beertcrrested. [ The poor (lOrse's st.ffcr at least us: much
\ j! : -' i'' I F. / f' t| lain! her passengers catnip ant this} mails at. Hudson rail road., fiom t I .as their ridcrs-for besides the general effect of Now c'lunbinj;: high against the sky, ._
? whence they to city by -- GUt Now rolling low ',
I FRANKLLVS EXPEDITION. the cold tormented ice a"ay.
they are by, forming:;
I I .( I't i >_ in their nostrils and their U'hilo Vnnkti oak bearers Yankee hearts
1 I stopping: breathing, it
DEq'
I Palalka 'CIl'jr."I\ ;I MONTREAL. I r- Wcttakc the ferlinwtuinR.rcstig statement Iv lien they intimate (his by n distressed snort (.ourageotts to the core, ,"
'L I -.1"J I The Thermonctor to-day stands at 7 (' rr.s I frotn the Boston Traveller : J ;: aol convulsive! shake of the head the driversreJisvu'lh'cm Columbia free sJiall rule the sea. 1
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,I t ) _f ir;'.,. ,\V A$tl Icarn that( very superior;i : 1 flat has: been C LI J ttiirl>elow.eii zero.: At,bctow Uuet>y.rro.cc, this' The moruinjj(Bl.tJtiTnrXJn'river : EllsIII.cos J" .WQ ha"oeCI) 'm detailed nrttice, on this:1.. by: faking, outline "pUCCL0lU'! Britannia ruled ot'j-ore. .VV ,
PahUka and at thatFerry } side ofthdnfiutico1 ilie: .4.d\... -
i built at placed I utlieitnepnrt '
"" rcccnflyi, is full.1| ice. Weather clear.ugustine UJ1rthe te-t'nftfn.J ed..r.v. i *, -- ft1J. around the .world,,
j ; r.l.: 1 by Capt. Glenski sd thnt! person: taking relies bruught hur11l: lrum Cape Itiky by the icy ground: tots -.<*' bv snow, t their 1 (thunderan11 in flame; '
\ I 1 the Prince Albert: schooner, and have therefore hu.,fs often burst from the effect of the cylcj,- %
detention : isles wreath smiles
,: ; r' hat route may be assured meeting no : Dccembcr23i.185St.:1 \ The sea, girl: a .
drawn up one f lVontho documents tiem- The caravan is always surrounded by a.thick Shall 'form around her name;

I, 2 I j'I at the River. EDITOR .\ CIET CITYSir ,: Mjlves. Tlioao relics consist of three beef cloud ui vapor : it is nut living! bodies which Ti.o winds] shall pipe her pie.msloud, .,

'. -: ,. boi.es, a pi:* bone, and a slave bone, as well produce I his: effect, but even the snow smokes. The billows chorus roar- .

i t The ChristmasHolydays have c'rno again Having completed the us a piece one and 1 a hulf inch rope, now "i evaporations are instantly! changed into Cotuu,biaBritannia free shall l rule the sea '

1 .1 rich ,: in:ho blessing* "of health, contentment I census of tho 18th. Division ."In. Camprismg: measuring forty-four inches in length, and millions of needles of ice, which till the air ruled of yore. ,' /

t 1 : ; : nnd enjoyment. The peals ol joy usheringinthenulal having an eye spliced at one end, a piece of Mid cause constant slight ripisc, resembling *
and
the Counties of St. John Putnam,Orange old while the mark and thick silk. Even Is there foe earth
f j I! ,: hourof tho'iour of .mankind, I canvas Queen's a he sound of tom satin or a haughty on :
;, I : St. Lucie, I herein, enclose a statement inclu- chip of drift 'timber. These relics were referred th reindeer seeks the forest to protect himself Would treat her with disdain:: ? ,

tt Ii I! I which...for nearly three centuries have resounded f f'i. idin!,' the population in each County respectively. to Capt Parry and Sir John Richardson from the in.cnsiiy of the cold. In the tundras. 'Tweru belter far that nation were :',

'i. ,t, \ ;;through the Ancient City have again re-J t find have been subjected to a careful where there is no shelter Jo be found, the, \Vholm<>tl. in the mUhty main ,:"

;, i", : t. .!. :: minted us. of man's sinful: ness and a worlds Yours &r. mlcroscopial investigation.J whole herd crowd together HS close ItS possible I- Should war her demon,dogs unchain.
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'I" lon-thousundll the same Very Rcsp. '. Capt: Parry S.1)5.that the only possibleway to gain u little warmth from each. other Or peace her plenty pour, {
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: i' : : upon (;EO. J. ZE1J5B.um. in which tho tope could have reached nnd may be seen standing in this way quite Columbia free. shall: rule the the sea ,
i spots we tread have heard!! these peals heJ bird of winter thu Britannia ruled ,
I I the potant where it VUS found are these : It motionless. .Only the dark ot, yore.
J V r passed on lo the bourne from which -ho travcveller No. of Free Inhabitants in City must have been left ,there oq the first dlticu\ raven, still cleaves: tho icy air with slow and i

,1 '. rcturu8 \\\lule the tame great truths!'f of Augustine, 1,304 cry of the coast, in August 1819; have belonged heavy wing, leaving behind him along line of USITED STATES BOSD STOLES-ROBBUT or.,'

; ::1 1 ''i ; VI pronounced to and believed by them' still re- 1)u.of Slaves in do. I 631-1,935 to the Fu4( "wrecked in Prince ..Regent'sInlet thin vapor making the track of tins:: solitary THE HELENA .SLOMAS'S MAluThe New Yurpllirald t
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d 'i i \ r \ I I.. I in 1825;; have been conveyed thereby ilisrht. TUe influence of the cold extends even yesterday announced the arrest tf s. '
; houruiinourears. \I
; i inanimate suitor board the lc'ontJhire.who.1C crew ,
Number of free inhabitants one of Sir James Ross's travel parties in to natures. on

G'i:'i\h j VV To the denizen of the cold North this fl s" the 229 1849; or else they must have ben felt by Sir Tn* thickest trunks of trees are rent asunder took of the passengers of the Helena Slixnun: of 4

live day comes amid it*, mantle: of snow and residing in connty, .Q John Fraklin. That neither of the two former with a loud sound, which; in these deserts, Hamburgh, while in a sinking condition& u '.

1 Do ot slaves: do. do. ; 362511! suppositions is true is shown by the ,fact falls on the ear like a signal shot at Sea ; I sea : '
; : the,storm of n wintry sky-the cheerful' fire is '
} f "lIe had been selling United States bonds la ?
that the rope i is not of a kind manufactured largo masses of rocks nre torn from thick ancient
,t ',. piled high,.nnd the assembling( around tho Total in St. Johns County, 2,536 till 182': und that it i is made of Hungarian bites ; the ground in the tundras arid in brokers, which had 1 burn takers from the' (fate

: ; : hearth. Hone is made gathering dtyof kith .Amnber of free inhabitants in hemp, none of whiah was used in the ntivy the rocky valleys cracks, forming wide );uwn- rs in the in-ill bags of the lost vessel, by Max Vnnd

J and kin to rejoice, over common bles.sinngs. Putnan County, 483 I till 18 U. Moreover the rope evidently could lis.ures from which the waters, which were homo others. Ho had sold' three biindsfir: r*'.

i I TOWS |tt comes clothed. with the sunshine of Number ot hluvcsin do. do- 201 not have been so long: exposed as those suppositions 1 beneath: the surface rise, {living off a cloud of $3') e-teh lo u broker in South street, for 9U "' '
each. Tai orticer -traced him tu a suilur'boarding
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I ; require. The third supposition is vapor and become immediately changed: into
) summer und amidst green leaves and .fingrant Total o'S7No. I i disaproved bv tho fact that none of Sir! James ice. The effect of this degrco! of .cold, extends R oust: in W:+ter strex-tand our tS [

.' flowers, wo recall tho scene on the plains of free Orange I Ross's parlies approached within thirty miles even beyond-the earlh. 'rhebeauty of them pretended ho was a broker, and wuoU
of inhabitants in
: Palestine the of lUlc '. says: the often and ., give It higher% (price tor the tJUlhtl.I'lun' Mai W-
1 when ; Angelic host appeared :o Cape ) Tnereforc Capt Parry deep polar star, so so jtistly .
i the Shepherds watching "their flocks bynight" I { County, 2fO.Do \I 'Thc'ahu\'c facts appear to me to lend to the' praised, disappears in the dense; atmosphere had btamed f r./m the other brukcrfB'thlf. >
ft t V slaves in do do 20Total. left way In grit into the whole secret, light OSCCNtained
I of '' I inevitable: conclu.-ion that the rope was which the intensity (of cold produce The

,and proclaimed"Fear -.. I at Cape Riley by Sir John Franklin's expedi. stars still glisten, in the lirmanet but their the namo 6fihep.irty, to hour this three ,
I not for behold I brine you plad tidings bonds had! been sold. JI t:< was titf'takeniiv ;
i 4GG lion, and, it all probability( the.canva3 like brilliancy is dimmed. Travels in the North.
'
: : of great joy, which slrill bo 10 JIll poo- L tuis.-." to custody, and ,si've-n boyds I f?r 3i) esie-li were '
: oi' '
in St.
!i' : : pie, for unto you is bori this day in the City No.Luck',free inhabitants. 112 Sir John Richardson: from his examination! I The Origin of .liaaaic:4. 1,1\11111011'1 his, person sold, which maf, with the utX1.p win i,
threv t tint: had broil' a sum
: 4 cif'David a Saviour which is Christ the Lord"' Do. of .'..1 a"Ci in duo. -7 of thc bones, concludes: thai more than four BV J. JU n\ .CD. Tins arrest t is iuipuriuitas 1G', brokers tQt1 .
: I .. I live hate since the It i is at the !' time to speak .
: or years canm.t elapsed : my purpose present
f ; 'We have Heard of u" worthy divine ntlleI' I \' course bo warned to- Mop these Dona Wtlrsfl ,
( '1 Total 39j I flsh.Va jcniovid' from them, and that they of the origin' matter aid multiplication!i otalman.ics. I. e
i snohnd j oli't-red/ I tir Ij'nud ,. ,
north whom dc tin} pity: of the are not much older tea" that lirno. Nor cat Firs, lit us inquire into tin tler \a. sa r"'rSUIIil'UrchaiIl1.nbt'It
i the lk1raSlatnan's
knowinithcnrto bo rllhtlt l tioni !
I' \ ice pn ncontr.o"l'.d.' .,.;iimcnt why the lay j 1 Gnuj-, to tal. ; \ S,81 18 t IIetaputhavubeen I : 1'i __ ___ mails w : air
I', """' L. !L ,he tr I' "_. 6 -.'..... "'\.6 .. ..,..... !JhoJimies wcr 'jiero for lhy ,would ular.. ., 'trnare somewhat di'ilfl'd.Ouule; I''l'Itl-l..ari..ttU.t asre-ceiversi
t? : the Ltd or
I I ,i,is covldnot: .be tl'_ ,' _....,.a., .ru ttbt 1)'\1"'Jf. r 'E SKiA' RESOLOTiaXSBe :- .1J7- :' 1.fi i ';'ilr-m7: ''( j riti.t.; ; : -,,:,. ......;t.icf. .} j'iAT._"& ...J,, p. o.... -=. .ri .- / .... .. .. Is'u'! '"

I f .-!----- gnorant hat m tile climate i of TaleMino Ikf -, l it Kesulndby! the I'euple the uf Cie;:iu t:l' ttire ol'lhu dull w. : ..,(I.'rs e-sst-ntiallv; frorh : t rabn.n{ l-JJIgcrs: -T"\,"ercym i\f j the ,t ,, (: ..... 11 Ie PE r11 ;,
iT that of tree 1"f ha6it Irom the ill I tatcd vessel I the mail
a coniferous tree, Urllrall\ i.iher ot their ? bag
f ce-mbcr is by no means a cold{ month. It i is Contention ueem i ilfilt I. That wo hol.l! lie{ distributing; as pres'eurs
t .Imerican Union Iha1rOWi (P). the bane ot the American rivers s at the bcgumm" 11'euch year ; I cut open and the eouttnls' taken. The1 ;
not difficult ;econd.iry: in importance only
r to realise in this '
climate the Shen.I flow' iiitu the Arctic but i it : others from alum aclu-te of the robbery i is believed to be
to the rights and principl s it was designed to ing >ei, closely resembles : signifying observations very grCALIFORNIA
t 'I I' 'dant circumstances: of the Saviours Birtlr.x perp tuate. That pa-tn..ociations.inir I that of ash, and ,\vasiniK-t! probably on all the months: ; and still others trum

Another, contrast which presents itself forcibly t and future: proxpecis! will bind prlsciltIruitiun us tot drifted front. tnt.1siItttc coast, a tact which :. the two Arabic words, at. and man-tick, or ma- I I 'tald Ato! 'ITS i.ssu HE'iUcKcE'rhc devotes u) fa
to inl throw OUKJ light upon the current and pns.sajes cach, signifying di or calender which being Quaraerly, } ; anarlicle:
1 us connection with Ihe Christmas i .MI 'long: as it continues to be tho the safeguard try California and the
} of the Arctic sea. Sir John Richardson joined in lneir primitive state and its resources, at clu.rW
I
,
\ Holyda of those rights and sup
; s is the universal season of rejoicingnmong : principles. : I which it .-a's: .:.
\ :!. Thatlnllimtccn the sums up the evidence derived from till inspec1 pressing the Lust letter: which is superfluous,
original parties to
,,,
the ,Io\'e$. This is their of 1 lion of the bones whole In lesivo nf.CaliforniilV *
season is- follows words taking
; \ contiact, bordering the Atlantic in a narrow as : J'The evidence forms the as modernly! used. The lat mnynf.
't J t t \ iting and rtJ'ofripg-of i : .presents and sports.' belt, while their' separate interests i\ ere iiiu'nbrvntheir to be derived from their condition ter is the most simple and palpable etymology that it", as wo suspect: she i is::>> de.stineil 1 to follow, I,

) No happier race of beings could bo imagined1, I peculiar tendencies scarcely developed.their points to > their deposit subsequent to 'apt of the wold. sooner or later in the wake .,f furhcrclJulllt

f i I i than the:i blacks at Christmas tide far diflen; revolutionary trials and triumphs, IfcTchey's vNir: and prior tu 'Sir James Ross'sI It is a well known fact in the history of the I once auriferous, her future Gutuueftr fry
; nt wintering at Capo leopard and therefore indicates being depressed, wilt, we trusty bo eve'ntuaflfpla.cd
H .f still in Arabs that much
i from the green memory'; found Union impossible I I I they are interested and emploved -
: I ; poor laborer of the north to horn ithuut that they were left by parties from Sir in the of on a much surer basis' 11m!! the orate
i Compromise.lhlthirt.ouc of this day ,, study astronomy tend As-
;I r1, '. tho winter season !!is one of cold and suffering, may well yield somewhat in the cant!let of John Fr.mklin'.sships in the tirst year of h.s truJn )',tc) both of which a rural litu not only ular nnd !fitful! supplies of the in*..rprtrcarwuimetal.

to whom interruptions of labor are a calamity ;, opinion und; policy, to preserve that Union> vo) age, where the ships probably were 11ciuutcd inclines them, but affords( them leisure for ,I, Instead crowding together ifrtt--'

I t' instead of blessing, who hits no sympathies')' which has extended the sway of republican : waiting: ; f'r on opening; in the ice, and the 'close: investigations and applications. The few gorges watered I.)" the iiflluent i of Ito
and'no pleasures' in ulliccrs had landed from them make observations. Sacnnmnto and San JE. tIN tbcr
con&l1'OU'with those above I government to Arab .lyuin, or on
t over u'usl wilderness to another never sO\Vllor: reaps, buys or sell, marries
"
,
.
f him. ,
.
limn has
j I'lall'aUx.lJeJO'.v where Iho gold
and in
ocean proportionally advanced their or gives marriage or undertakes
civilization: and national 'greatness. I Col. Sabine shows that the number, of tents expedition without consulting the stars, or any in bounded) the vigorous immigrants from tin!

; "' Increase of he Judiciary.. 3. That in this spirit, the Slate of five of which tracts were found is (exactly the other words their almanacs. From these old States will unquestionably derive in IIIu
V Georgiahas peo-
i i : A ( I! number that would bo required by Sir John Iheir end from n virgin: soil|, !sir rich in orals placa, .
Bill,creating u separate 'Supreme Court maturely considered the action of Congress{ !! Rio, by proximity to Europe, the art no I
a much more steady and durable atlb? JU
i I| Franklin for the accoiiKxlation of n party useful in one sense than
series of stupid and ridiculous
: with three additional embracing a measures, for the ad- -
has
I Judges passed the ission of California into the Union the i. making observations tor their instruments, in another, has passed ovrr thitherward, large as )Italy, nnd ore'iipying; nearly tlw w* !
I.
V House and will it is believed organization latitude the .
oilier nwritioe
:
the I
Senate which Ilt'nJlsl.hcrthe
1 : t pass ; of Territorial Governments for Utah were quite numerous. Capt. Perry'sletter und from Europe hilherward. And those astronomical
i this will give the State nn ermined corps of and New Mexico, the establishment of theboundary j'I closes as follows ; ) compositions still retain the old region Upper California i is blessed rid \4,
F. I "I would, therefore, submit to their and with climutceqn.it& Ifno't superior that of the line!
"f' seven. Some of our Whig friends modestly between the latter and the State lordshipswhat Arabic name n few exceptions, are
I't [t I i appears to me the most probable conclusion at the day interspersed with : iterrancan. Moreuty\ than the Appe-J r
ask! "will the Democratic claim of 'cxas suppression of the Slave Trade in pri'snct u mulfplicity : -
party a mo- I I namely that Sir John Franklin's ships of maxim rules : nines, (:geologically nwire veneratlc, ana i
I I : t the District of Columbia extradition of Columbia ( *, lor planting, sowing, .

I.' h o polyand select all these Judges from its the extradition of Fugitive Ii&\'ennd: I I,, having reached this neighborhood on their courting, marrying, and all the duties of pastoral therefore, as we have shown, nuritcrous,) [IIct i

own ranks ?" we say in reply ; if the, example (connected: with them) the rejection of the way out in 1845, and being stopped there fur and domestic life. Sierra Nevada is fringed with forests! of uiap-1'
f V 'a time the state of tho ice I and I no ('ice! ;; her plateaux now dug into br goiTl!
I sot, by our political proposition to exclude by (a* was Almanac
it! j' opponents'not only slavery! in the District 1 know the among antiquarian, i is a name ; hunters sustain iho most ouH f
I 1i in the State but at Washington of ColumbiaamvhiUtshe. does not whollyapprove as we present searching expeditions given to designate an instrument, magnilicent
were to usuallyof i
: of
govern have bc. many whiii mar fast dtsrppetriute'mths
!!) ) a couple of boats have been
of this action of may wood inscribed
"i will abide with various
Congress
i t in the thing they would have but small detached! I Iron) each ship to land at Cape Riley figures i the axe of the miner; whi-e her tine rockfi : -
it
I by as a permanent adjustment of this sectional ', and runic characters, representing the i
t j; 1 chance of participation It wiil be borne in to make" the usual observations, collect specie order of the fcass, dominical letters slopes and alluvial plains between the 8ismt

t : 1 mindthat the Whfcs when lost in in controversy. i j 1 I nuns, and examine the coast-a common occurrence number and other ; golden Nevada! coati the Coast Rango', (both oWImu11
'
power IteFolred'I'hat.ihe matter, Used .
4t State of Georgia in the necessary bv
'i in such expeditions. If detained for to be metalilerou.s: : ) ore destined) to furnish -
1 ;, this commonwealth, did not scruple to select judgment of this Convention, will and ancient northern nations in their computation
ought
each boat's of wheat, nail ulivrrsd
have ,
II f ( a niiihf : crew may pitchedits crops :grapes: :
by Caucus .futt Whig Bench and the Federal ,lo resist even (ai a last resort,) too disruption i own tent, and one of the officers making; of time.-They have been traced among :he as never WI'wlo,, b+: dreajnt of"whenIhe lofa:
government,I similar uf. every tie which binds.hiT to.jh' ILuon nqv, .re in an. early weeds, Danes and Norwegians, at.thnaigh !- lent Indians dawleil life! under I.-
pursued a r of .. through
I system exclusive .w .t"'LJuUJrcss noonsiiing) slavery in in various forms From ,
the
l [; I r -'. parlyism; in the ,appoint'.-: "' UU6CS thu District of Columbia; without this consent I The only circumstances! which Lcannot explain they were introduced into England.: Dr.Danes Plotan. I mild WiUft tiie mi i(>nnritc. L'

A .. j -.T.- -fa.lifnrni.n. and! petition of tho slave thereof (supposing the; have ,
owners or any I encampment to Englishman, has given a description of ,.' t
I r t But entertain, and we believe the Demo- net abolishing slavery places within slavcholding lie-en luriiK'd by sir' JoTin Trtlrthtirs: |1'iviiiiu) I, or incur calenders, found In Strullbrtlshiie one I DEATH FRcrt "t'CFFiIr'.ATrUf.I1htre5slp: 'S'

; .;,ales, purchased by the United the largo MV.o of the tents, which Mr. Snow called the Perpetual Staffordshire j occurrence"tool* place-at I the lintel kt pt-brr! .
!
t. i t i' ':, 1 CMtic.partf liberal in this Stale have nhv,l's evinced Slates, for the erection efforts magazines has just described to us as twelve feet nod up ,Although; the; ancients did not equal us lmalHu in the'. I.Mr.s. Ah .rs'in ,,I'incs Plains Oil WcJucsihr'j
t .: I V more ideas respecting the Judiciary I wards in diameter and! which is certainly i night of List!; week. It 'that I''""*' :
appears Jhc
senals"';, dock yards, navy: yards, and other like quantity: almanacs:: Mill in point of variety I 1
I I"' -, I r : land have ocfcd I on the principle that: .all other purpose; or in any act suppressing:: the lave very largo /lor tents gon.-rally used on such ( they undoubtedjy excelled. The (i. tronom- Lilly Iighu-d;: si ch'ircn.il tire in her room Juri# f

,! things being equal they ,have deemed iqrop. trade between slau-holding States; or in any occasions- This may: in part, perhaps,be explained f peal and nth :r figures were sometimes cut un tIll oxening.; in a stove which connextcd spar
'I' 1 by the stone being thrown from .t the a ,dru'rin an upper{ room a Wj! t.
V ('r to prefer! of similar refusal: to admit a Sialit any Territory hereafter I oncur more wooden Ic'csRlhl bound together occupied :
persons political! sentimenu anil the circle { ing room, niul .
itpplaying, because of the existence of centre ; thus t considerably! enlarged in u book form; sometimes on the scabbards ;: tenanted that nightly Mfc I

t\.j E I but when superioi merit could be had slaveiy, therein; or in any act prohibiring ; when striking;: the tents. t of swords, hilts of daggers, ami implements Williain! Nkwho< had stopped there for 1M,

in the rnpks of our opponents to b)" nomeans introduction of slaves into the Territories of At the cnrnnr-nccrnc'nt of their enterprise, uf husbandry ; sometimes they were made of night, intcn ling to start for the West, in company
[ i variance Utah lain! New (ttlt'ehuukiug! to former 'discoveries, the en- ': brass :: with n sister i the following day. OnThursday
consider n of political: rent Mcxico/or in any act repealingor I or horn and frequently tf.the skins of
f timent trance to Wellington inlet nuy .fairly bo cuu'Sidered )which bein I truruint.hc Wit:') found dead m his
i : drawn
t I I'n; reason for 'excluJIII '. In materially moilifyini the laws now in force ceI :: over sticks of wood
g, accordance !,) a from the Krubtn and Ittdaiiiher; lodger
; Terror in
t for the recovery of fugitive slave party properly inscribed retained the impre >iou. the hurtle, occu- t
: wijh this view, Judge CirmacklS Fifthly, That it Is the deliberate opinion of might! not think it of anv importance to leavea nut the most common method was pv HI:': a-i ailj-jini'ig; room was found in a State -.l

I. i r( elected l to the Bench although a full toned whig this Convention, that upon the faithful execution notice of their visit, though it is much to be ,walking sticks. Each of theso 'states: that wore off J t of inscnsibiltijv; from Which it required Ih! > .

i : .: i to Leslie Thompson was appointed bv' G'ov. of the fugitive slave bill by the proper 111thorilies wished that they had, and I should hops: that divided into regions: whereof the first indicate j him.most (persovi-rhig; and skilful efforts tunnmtre '-

:I Mosely the .Reviserof; our statutes for similar depends the preservation of our much at some more advanced position Capt. Oni- tdtho sins"lhc; &{ci>nd the days ufUII.: week bated riiocausoofthis ud; aniictum Jutl; i ,'
II1lII11CunlI the other to the
officers
from
will have gas wb&
t ;' '. loved Union. suc and year, and the thiid the golden numbers.I 'hecharcuaLtV,
: reason. Wo do not deem the unworthy cxI :- il'ed"fin: discovering; some such notice, affording I I The characters inscribed: were of the aecie-nt escaped' from the' drum, an11."whtch It is sup

;I ample of our political opponents alone a suf.. .CALIFJitii IIEMS.; -A g ntlcnrin: down from positive inJoromtion: of ihe mining j I Runic and Gothic. The! Saints, days' were posed the heavy; lowery state of the atmosphere .
ficient ships' and of Inc route they arc likely to have (prevented from passing off throutf i&ecnimney .'
reason > for 'changing the course we Ifongtun, informs' us that 21 dradful tragedy occurred i i exprested in hieroglyphics; significative of :
.i, I have hitherto pursued ,and if learned und in that place on Thursday last. It appears pursued. r 1 Ulll(1 endowment ot the saint or the manner the -uVstroyinjc' the drift and Torciujt:

; i! competent that a man named Richard Crane had On the other h:1n.I,1 feel confident that if! ot his martyrdom. Thus! against the notch I The foul air into the sleeping looms. '
men be
can round in the ranks of been playing thimble-rig! in the streetand that expedition, or any portion of I the people \I fir Ihe first of March, or )}t. David's day, was the occurrence has cast n deep. gloom' over

r : b our opponents we at least shall not censure the crowd, from some cause had taken (excep had landed at Cape Riley! at a more advanced represented a harp; against the twenty-fifth N. community in which it took place a* M ',

f J a democratic Legislature for selecting> the .bt6t tions to something done, nnd he fled to the 211 1 period when sucre.ss began to be doubtful, ,, of October, or Crispin's day, a {pair of shoes loved wns a young man much rt.1Ipl.-
J ''I .mil"t The judicial office is of a no Dorado Hou e. As he stepped into the door and especially if in distrc: or with a view r to against the tenth of August; or 6't.Lawreuce's' by a large circle: pfronfoWhy ,
I party
.0. he met another effect their escape from the ice, some distinct I 1 day a ridironand against New Year's
; ', character. was by gambler and stabbed day:: u is a clergymah' kiV ;
1' j' i notice ot the.facts would have been left a'' horn the mark of q horse Iik> a
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I K1ijlI :cIJi! i was once invited ton banquet uo the sun for its height, but lor its USQ.Thodifiercnco ,I relating to the Police' of .t.'q T" .toC I \ ,l J
%"IIUi ,4& and tattered 1Ie.eli) or St. Augustine/* I FAn DEB'S GUIDE. .
.. 'Ut dii.y garment between a goodly wife,ixnd a ,. A :.:. :, "
lie
.ndot course found \nkno one paid him the worldly one, is this:.t&e former is a real gem, II ordainnl, That no JHTMIII orwluiv'e'r. 'p"r* >ns I LEONA JtD SCOTTCtx. > v ; t' ,

lUcbwrt attHion. Quktly be slipped away, ', unining in the dark !'evening of adversity; but r.iaihiI1r vniiling: ,KIAM)*, wares, ur'.,lIlIu'i'I .-.. NO 64 tiOLDST XC\V YOir. Q."' .It1
t&fc-l hiswseli to a splendid pclisvj nnd new the hatter is a mere pasteghittcringonlyin the IJI UuuullliflQorl II 11. Llic or l'D'4 bl,1', the : J ';
( nnd re'uroea tothu scenc festivity. j' morning of prosperity.Nnver within! lhit cllr. t'hnll fob OD1t1' a tflljl II! 4r 1&ll.IIIIt J ;I nIIiSUnSCUIBKR 1 : glw* notice to ihPublicft. Continue to publish ,I four.tfndJhjBrtis; ? .9 'I .
<,rv61 MreceiveJ* with honor at the dour sal'ti- ,l1n)' Oegr'IoroIljp ttlYe to sill ll' I'u"I& :1I..f. that he has supplied himcf! with cni.ifortnble. Quarterly Reviews ondB ciwoodV J l g02'11'' "I I I. j
all the
.'IH fchowcr compliments mid co..l bodies repineat your lot ; heavenly Wares "other nrticle or artit-lffl uiiVtb"' oun.'r': <\\1tUJ\G ES'.rdod HOn -r.S and careful! IMn-i*, in addition lo which' they;lutve tocer.tljr; ,cotnmencrd .! '
with a tic. ,
.4 lid are not suns and moons.No thereof sump white ji-rson uf IiwfuU l' .i ii Rile :'ixl i ruoninjj; n lint-ift'connpction: ifir S\tn- the p'uhulicatiuJn| valuablelAgricti- ,
$to.tbo highest seat* At Ihu dllhcHr bpr!rf i is sure-footed but be stumble !"y"r'chowu )
jill > may rmp! -r Leprvit.. and every "' )" ,nlierem nah tteiinejy.between St. AnjrtKtine and I'iroinifl; tunil work culled tho. \'
$" ,. .. IlteQ .0 luau 1) dippct1 itt cull( the lceve ufEflcndi I ; neither is any woman so pious but she may oucndin-jfrhajl forfdt and pay th* tum ufl'nv.iJollar" I tit -jfn'dii< ,..1| price. **Live and let live" i if lIii nu tto, .'} .\lnIEU'$ GUIDB TO ( \ND' J

4,, \, W. pU.-e. 'a II. for ench aiu| vrry ottnewitt co&ts f-f.-Uit. / uuuc-r thitflu! : pectfoUy t-olicita pitronag*. SCIEXTIFIJC -ln i ; 4

; 't.iah itt exclaimed tho nstouithcdf'Il'.I handsome hostess i is bad for the purse.VlsKer 1'ticJ in tounci) 9 leceml', irSO. 7 NATUANiKL: HKM.Y, Anll. .PRACTICAL AqRICULTURE7J ; '. d !

-. ,what are you doing ?" / .. -- 4' K.: U. JOULU Mayor. ::I j'\"v. i\, 18W. By Hsiear STEVIIESS F. R,' S., of Edinurgh, '. .1'i
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,:,,,' : JlelrepUed: 'Sincc: all .tho respect shown mu nt ho Florhla Itolft.C!. AtI-' t. Cms. UAABER., Clerk l of the Culiu&ll. --TlIX: O'ef.lor" I author the *.lJtJ \ofl/oA tIXTJ ,". fc.bis 4. ; : :. 1 I.

: it owing to mj garments, u i is but fair that they John Livingbton, Savannah Ga: l'oticc. "Tnj.ply 1I1c. l by Joint P. Noatoa* ar.X K eWIIa' .
y
participate in the ''l'u t.tt wetk! after date I uf JJ'P \irtu oflhe power veste-J in me by law. I Scietitttifc Agriculture l I ;
,Jxnild N. M. \Vatlt n..Newansvjhle.111u. Six ; hall to illJiuhe, shill ,. lo.'Yala CuUt f' "
once came Khoj.ih, sayn'ELflhdi I ruolt.s for lln* lA-iler eXpOse for tafPbersr time Court llou ein &c': \ ". d
A man James Hicks Ludy&Child Ciocinati.Ohio Couuty of.ft. Johns for aiHfenvWe ; .j' .\, I
I I Late need uf on tux to-du} ; have the kindness Ju.hultH. Daily, Philadelphia, oJ'Admiuwtratiiou In tlir cfini of?<'bn'i'Yl.i"' -! oik.wi.ig!! described on tieKhii! .lay of February next the I' This hi .t1v' vr ruabtowQrk will '
.
; projH-rty; or f>o flinch thereof ns comprise .*. <
I ioi iud me your*. Murjiu 'hugh h cr, Oeula, Ma: 11011. A :. 21/AUUUK rsANCIJ1Noy ::. "::it pay the stab and county tax due ihereoif'forihe two Inr e! royul octavo .vnlujnes,, 4 Iluinc \.4
1C 18.r.gr
"1 have DO nss here, said the Khjnb; nt theme Cu Pt. Thoriui j edwith, Jacksonville! Fla: / y.-nr 18.)0, ami the iiVtessiry cxixnses iiui.Ientthereto over.'1400 pages, with 18,.-rsOsj-'Icndid' sfcel .

; moment the animal bc an to bray in the K.: Taylur, Jncksonvillc, Fla: ". 1'otice' / viz : ,A( en K ravings, and mom I bail,Gbo engraving-'y,* I

su\tle. I';noch I'aitecsnn, Bo tun.'l | ix w't-ks after tlaui: I sTint! apply,lo-tn'! Judjre! ofK5 GOO acres third rt. Lind, fitunted on |t he St. wood/iu the highest rtylaolihunrt J Illustrating ''

*-1101"fiRM tho man, "do nut I here you asbray Mr.' Carter, MartoaCo: Fin: i l'rohall'ldilr the County of t. Johm for Ijetteraof Soba.Mian; river near IN mouth king part of the : ulmobt erery,impJi-mcnt ol husbandrvoowi .

i in ib<* stable ?" James M. (;ort ., miIideIp1tia.tVkUc ;' Ailiniui-trntion, ale 'bonis non /n ih. estate of Homing grant belonging or *upr-oed to belong to use the best iarnMrs the' 'la'*l methods'ot*\fiud! .

"VVlaiJfl-v.NcliiiniC(1 the: Khoj.ih, "would you = f' Fernando. Aredondojur.Nov. / John I Beard! and Jolin Font'ane. I in:, planting huyin/ ,&..: '
r-- -- --- -- ---t- *harvesting ,
'1a)fl tlie.word of mi zis UlIrdcn.'nccro J mine, ?" .\, '. :11 il: TI:LiiaIia2Itt: (. PKDROIENKT.. JOHN. SI.VPSONK Sheriffand various domestic ar.inafs I lr 4 eir hi1 h li ,
I
I thuitht Kh i7.ii of ua":0. ,/ Nov. 30 "ai ('oU t'lor, .
happened once judge) 23 E. \\Vbfttur: & J.aIJ), (!olln. -- _- -_ _n. ( fecUon; in abort tnejpcc/onahfcaiure of''

jiiry-llusiir (a village near Constantinople) h MasU'- XVcbsler, d(J NotI(;: .rtx Collector 'Jule..B i.s unique, an4\vil) render it of anthj tureu being.

j ot drunk ind (ell asleep in his vineyard; the K M. P mb r. u, KichmonJ -rF11vO Months from IMe date I shall prwntmy I of the power 'vested in mo by vulile! ID tho'Jirudtfit ot ngricuUUre. ',

Kb&tn), walking with tt fricaJ, paWd by Ihe .. *' .t:. \. \VclK lIurl"'lt j 1, _u. annual aecounta ni llereiver of the estate of ; law I_ blmU'i-xposw 'ojj suobffori| the The work i fating publiMheil in Bern 'tey notipproved

.iJata;
'. own and placed upon his boulder whfn itS Jr. Fisher, It. t- tU l' 1 "': 4 FtTJolini County1. for Veitlnnrnt.. February next, the Ml owing described property orHI Nteef kicri zf&i"t>rsd
the Knzi woke, not missed his gown, ho sum- llw.cr Bovd, Savnnah. / UEO R. FAIRPANK3,. much thereof as will pay the Slate aunt county or 85 lor the entire work in numbers which .
.
I ::1, ntuued his nltenduntts, and hccing them in iifjcreiu' _(. / Receiver estate Jos. Hunter, tat: due thereon for the year 1650and the neceearyCZjdfles there will bo at \\n\sl twenty-t\vo. *, .
7 '-' -- --- '
directions corurnhlltlt'd> them to urr .t Xov. Ifi. 18.W incident IhereU, M'Z: The lIritish Periodicals
of Uc Tlicmiuiuctvr.i ( jfc-publfchrd
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Italljc |
period with whom it should biscovered. Ono i ., 2t1 b"'LI.AIC Ita:" AltD.. IOOO acres of 3d rate 'land! in Grnham'rf swamp, follows, yiz.: arc as ,

of the cfticer recognized thu gown on the 15TII DEC. )850. // RAN WAY from the Plantation belonging I':. U. Gould or supposed Aent.JOHN :to belong. Thomas Napier 'J'Itl mJ01I Quarterly Jterieic ((.on cr mti\'c.) ,J :
,t. Khujuh back, und seizing; him, drpxged him I of the *ubrrH the fly llllWARD: The Edinburgh Renew I r
>cr \Vlii
\ [Kept at tIe Magiuillu Uimsc\\ St. ,,Augustine.] SIMPSON' Sheriff and ( :.) :
. ta the .Alelikemeh-the public tribunal. Wnen.the about 5 feet 4 inches high aged about Thf forth Itntish /ttrfrv J
-- -- ---- --- -- -- Nov. 30 Tax (Free-Church.) ,7
': ". Kozi*aw him, he demandedKhojah DATE. 17 A. M./2/ 1'. M.7| f. M.j i i'I i D 1C; years. The above reward will b I Collector, o. c._ The \Vsii,.luster.Reeiea' (Li bern I.) I ., r

.. .,", '' Kifcndi, where didst thou find this paid to any per oa turning him to the Tax UOUC.IOI"N .u .&D 1 .\

wll1' i. Piauiatioa him where'I cancel him. > V virtue of the power vested in me by law, I nl '
I securing B CKWOOn's
I 5-1 N. :
15 GO GO l. KDINnURGH
,
clouIy
'ii. j jt. .: Tho Khcjnh) answered a loud voico, so.that / A. II. COLE. shall expose for rale. In-fore the Court Hon eat MAGAXINB ;
f( f Iii 80 10 t clear", S. W. .MellonviUe, in the of (Tory.) !
all the spectator might hear- / TiafvtooJ Plantation Putnam County. county Orange, on the lirM t'
.' ; 11 I $0$ 150 68 < / Msnday of February next, the rbllowim JescnU-d Although these works arc distinguished by !j
: 'Ail was wulkiiiK this morning, with a frien : 'Kuy.i KI icuklctMUl the holy law he 18 1 5U( 70.GI. : clear, E.: ; property or so much thereof will pay the Mate and the political shades above indicated yet but a r >
"
wall to ndmiiiiter that ho lay in tin 19 J 58 70 \ 6:3 J : clear. S. } / :13p.f 1111.n county tax due thereon for the, year l 1850. and the small portion of their contents i is dcVoted lo

appointed field( dead drank and asleep. My cornINanionln 3O 62 so' G6 I clear: s. \. / F. ?I. WKC3IS, 91. D. & D. D. S. necessary expenses incident thereto to wit : political subjects. It is their literary charac j t.

:jt, open indignation, spit upon und kicked 21 fiO" 18 G-I i.. .lu,I'ti.. E I OFFEK8: his :1'rv cI'tJ in SUiKiEKY nnd 500 acre Hulls tract ,belonging to or supposed ter while gives them their chief TMlue, and in t J

: bit clunk and put It on me. If ii 22 59 74 GS do, s. }" I. SURJEIIY the loon Free of to belong to G. Center and Brynnt. that I hey mud confessedly fur above all oiherjonriKil.Nof .k
. 23 5 4 f; no ; dn: "'. Chargi.OT JOHN i Ulr (N. flbt'rilfaod Iheir class.
Hlackwood
1. thy property, I am willing to resign it w.Ithlv.H still un
t :U 38 c.) fJ' : du'! :' .I K.l Office at H. \V. BRITT'S Residence. Nov. Tax collector. o. c. der Ihe masterly guidance Christopher AW/A, !

5- .7.j 60 j dd / N. b'r.I Augu'tincNiiv. 2, 1850.SCII001. 2. maintains it* a'neient I
I
. "'I ; "No, no,Khojah, replied the Knzi, alarmed r celebrity, and is, at this t
!6 58 10 58 d' 21. FOIl G .JtL*. &. Imcio time wiustiullv attractive from the '
uf it Li serial
for til* reru\ation"iL is none mine! none / t tr County, ;a: Co MetlornKale works ,
': lar mine I' ,- .,- /- f' %IISi. S. E.: LEE; will open her School onIon I *. of Btilwcr and other literary notables, written
j' Schr. P.EARU Capt. Nye, 4 days from l' next hIP Itihu infO-I. in the Home formerly B y \'irtueodu; power vented ia me 1Inw, lor that majjazinr, and first appearing in it*

Charleston' 100 tfjcks ;&1t3O 1'cir'eslicc, "l''ul'il'd by CnJllitinoulhwil'k on Picolata! hired, have levied upon and will expose for sale a column both m Grral i'rilain, and in the United 1\
,r 1bnfttED AQAIK in* Will.- Sir Waltor SUariels' Onions 5 Uarrul$ UII. B. K. CA1UI. oW".itl'| the dwelling Mrs. Doctor Anderson, the house of Major W.'F. Russell. near Fort Pierce Iah'f: Such works ai uTh Uaxlons" and -i ; _

ic\" f Scott used tw rclato thu following curious an. 'undrey packages to ortt r. 'J'be'numbt'rof Pupil will be limited and none received on the Indian River,(there being no Court' hluituse "M Iy New Novel" (buth bv Bulwer.) My Peninsular :
: :! uc."tdl'. for legs than Tuition Gand iu the. in the "
one quarter. B. county) county of St. LUck. Florida Medal, "Tho Green Hand .
-. .My cousin Watty," said he, was a midshipman DCilTTLSTllV.DR. : 81 per (Junrl!rh on Monday the J9di day of May, 1850. bet wren the serials, cf uhich numerous rival, edition and other \ .

,> onw forty yean ago in a &bip nt A tnLlm. intmJ. *'makinj a profeuional vis No charge for comment: expense, but pupils are usual hours of bale, following described tracts or i?.>ucd by the leading in arc
publishers this
") Portsmouth; ho mid two other companions it to Auirust'uic about the first .f Jununry ami will requested to furnish their dei-ks and chairs.BT puifch: cf land, or so much thereof a* will pay the to be reprinted country'hllve

land gone mi "hftl'\! :.nlld over-staid their leave, pass from there to Alligator Su'winoe Hprings New. I : Reference mny t IH- made 10 .Vr, Uoclor11- State and county Taxes, assessed thereon 'for the the of Black by those publishers from .

-) xpent all *h 'ir moneiF.aiid run upnn immense nan \ilic Ocnllajind other places in;the vicinity asrnpUly den-on. Doctor Peck and W. A. Forward. year 1847 181, 1849 and 1850.) flY Meisn.pages wood, after: hat ben isrurd P
Scoll
bill nt n tavern the 1'ssit' The ship made: the n twines*"will (erlflit. IVrrom wisliiahU :1. Aujructine, Nov. 1 ITth, 1S50.FACTOR. 7,640 acres, bt-ingtfo much of the grant of 12,000 the 4* Cu, ittt that S'ib,criber* to : \

Mijfiiul: 'for *ail in;:; but the landlady: : ) said: 'rbic's w ill.pca! .e give; him notice aUginc< of lite above -- acres made by ihe SpanMi Covernnicnt to Mstiebio Reprint of that Mu iizine may always rely
; on having tilL
-we Yl 'I'fliCXj Maria (:UIIH'Z vn the 15lh July ltft. and Mtuated earheit reading ol these fuscina- .
shall without .
1.f. M %.. gentlemen, yon$ ; nut escape plate < tales.
ill wild county of St. Luri.-on ihe ting .
reckoning.ud situ, ttcc''iu- 2li. AUjtu.linn i'F" nilief! 2th. 1F50.T t-hores of Jupiter |
!
payiiir your l.-lnnd anti sauna Lut-In'n\'.' bring Kotnueh of the TERiTlS.
'' netinii '
wonU
. h nppropiiatu ,
. panying 'r iy Ia1eri lh C///t/f//.S7'OA'; : S. C., North part of lIaid grant, nnd n*.>('?*)'d agaiiutVil- nnn.
_ per
." nnd ;plncttl J them iiudiT the butler keeping of y virtue:>f n decri-ml onl -r of iji Circuit Court t'it" } liam A Forward Mippo'ed ti> belong in part In For any one of the four Reviews $t4OQ t.

,, u milfieient party fli! biilitls. Ji .1 flli(* Etmit-rn 'inniit 'iifflnrM in Climiccry* \ ,jILL.n :] ].r WbJ'J. .Michael I.a7.iru. n IKMI n--iilnit in I'MII. estate of Kor any two do f 5,00

l' \ They 'felt they were in scrape and petitioned &etihitin ill- County uf Si. Jhoim 'I shall oiler (of ENGLISH AND AMERICAN Chapman Levy, in pan to Dioni-na Segue? wife of For any three do 7,00
I ...\ hard lo U- rl'I'IIIit.cl. Mile oa Monday !tin2il ,!:)' of Feliruary in Bernardo and to William, Forward. .
next wgue A. .'urnhl tour of the Reviews
j F 'ivu; 'I :'O f.J.;:: ) .. .
rIIfI.; ,** taut )Irll. Quickly," I mu!t bej I front .f th" Court Ilou-fimhefiiv. of J3t. Augusiiii'. DIvLjp. : ; AI:. "llutehitiMnis Island." oiiunlt-d in tin i.. ..0r'lJIuekwoc.xJ'lI 8,00 .
Magazine
i I'ullwr'plu be ihe .Krai Kftatr to the ofGiorjje \VTIIOI.ESAI.E mT.\If.: liMI.XR IN of LiH-ie 3.0U :
-.., J Miimt way or must following iH-longing Kslate /II"IY &t. bounded on the North by Indian! For llhickuood and thru
!t fit', gentlemen that jou will be total!'v < Karilnt'iloifaK-d tu'wn : ENGLISH; FUENCH, AMERICAN AND I Uir Inlet on the South by tit. Lade Inlet or For Ulaekwood) and : Ucviows. 9.00- '
AH those three rrrlnin lotf in nj tilltt'rt'l'; lllir Ea the four Reviews 10,00 <
:.y u.jdunU iaijHUjj id in time. City bounded GEa.MANvnucs. ; un ihe i't ,by.ike AIIanlic.Oc."n 'u >
, Uit-I... \nhdoJ. ng fucr&md conlt-ssCdlhuI It as ftJIown; North by ftm-l It'ltidi to. To 'tomato : MEDiciyifc. CHEMICALS': ami. th---Wc byIndia* UiYt'tl'a1ll'C'flU"It"lag1lTl1lt .ur Jn't Mtr: Cri''IA. .. NW)

'' \I Mrt ti-.t l Iy Iraoon olrHrlVrct by street oppuMIC > U.. Vankorn.n non rcid..ut. (I'ltynu-nls lu be made in all eases in Athancc.)
rue., the Roman Catholic Jlnryin rouud with the rEiFLiiR!: i; c. Also-19.>0\ acres of land situated on iSe banks CJ Un lNG. _
** \Vcll" said HIO! I ll K'IVO you one chance: dwelling llotiiu-K thereon Mtunle! und htin: ike' pnni SAVANNAH/ GA. : of the River St. Jn-baflinii. uhicli,river empties inlolh

1 am so circumstanced' hen (hut I cannot iilt't known a*I lie I'.aril'Mi I,itson Dmgtori J'tin.t lurnliJ'n ; nnd I <> Indian River, in the said county of M. Lucir. A discount of tirenty-ftte jvr CUlt, from thtr
carry on luiKinejcs us n single woman and I CORE R. l'.\mU\ \K> Particular paid to replenishing I nh..h) :aid land !il U pnrt of a tract of 20.0UO acres granted above prices will bcallowtit lu Clubs ordering ,

must contme some howiu hatua husband, Matter in L'hnncery.Dee : American, fcJhips/ the jl/rdicin Law of'I'. Cli'-st.I ou.l.according. to by the pnninlll"1I1 tu CJeorgr Fleminif, four or more copies of any one or more of ibis

nr'ilull events, I must be able to produce; amaniago SK,h I :0.SCHOON'CK : and i 4 iuuuui.'eJ nsfulIoHs : ('ommencin<- at a Ca't- above works. Thus: 4 copies of Black wo d or

" certificate and then.fore iht, 'on Iv -- '-7--- -' ACENT, for Mp.--i*. l.nuJI'at.\ ...Philadilii.nDr. | : : bnge t'ulm.,,uth of the mouth of thr Slj Sebastian ot' one Review will be sent In; one address (for

terms on which yuiidiall all hiuu ieauMogomi ; Jacob Townx-nd. New York ; .Mc0,n>. llaulundRiJev m t'dDnd running thence South 45 degrees west $9 copies of the bur Reviews and!' ttlnck- jo' I

board tomorrow IS hat one ofyou consent Jf Co., Augusta ; TibbUt, Pn \idfiu-rt: 417 chains; ,to a pine ; thence north 45 decrees west wood for 830>and so ot,. .

to marry inc. I don't care a snap which it ov16. ; ly 4SO chaiiia, to a stake ; thence north 45 degreeseist %*Orders hum Clubs must be sent direct to
. I 'II 'FT -- 517 chain, to n cabbngepairnun the weft bank ihe, >uUi>Ji<>r* HX no discount (1
i-S but by all that is gut"l, upe ofyou ; Hears : Boar Meant j from these prices
.J,. wed.or else all three go to jail/and your ship / / \"IIIIIUf'hnllt" all the Bean Oil and Grease Indian Ki/erabore mouth of the Si. Sebas- can be allowed to Agent*.

ails without you !f' I that the,citizen-* of Florida wilt t-hip to me in Sa- lian.to thy place of beginning-being all of hue saul i Money, current in the States where issued,

IK .d 11m 'flnnahl th' Oil One Dollar ,).. the (? grant, (excepting therefrom 500 acres now owned will hue received at -
<
Tho v rnxu. was not toj pacified, n! \ at |>er gnll reajiiuM jtr.ttj
Beard and
Messrs.
I Ij Wit-nth now discharging! I oflJ-r to by Fontane. which said! [tOO acres
lel to thcmselv, rgreed, uill"tu be llut tip in Rood .Stone Jars, forhich I will Rernitiniieesund rommunicntiott should
youth, situated the _
poor ornate familie n choice 111111 welt, are at mouth of the raid River; M. Se.bastian .
draw lot and it happened t.i fill 1 on pay fiifty reim per pound. The articles mu 't I Impure bcul"vsoddress.IJost.IJtl tI or 'rzlliketl.lo, Ihu
mycousin.
the
\ -ilrctfil ftock of cr \"'''"'H Provisions, ,Crockary on north side thereof)-which mid 18500 ,-
I will JioMtively reject till'': 1111' Publishers. _
lil till or mot )
and
.! No lime was tujk- I iluyinarched I Mir.l I'd lu.I", &c. mm- iu *-tore. acres are assessed 'by he name of tame "Fleming .
of| the articles ind ider
lire coii
to rhurrh, und my .poor relativevfs! tUll.l.U La nl. 35 keg* do.So bbUa! *f rteil Sngnr* quantities M>II from myself (?rant" owners unknwwn, but aresuppoml lo belong LEONARDSCOTT& CO.,

lorthwiih f,pi iced. The brit'r, on tinning, :t.* bai;* Culit,... :.0 IHULCH Amp, 3 casks Sholll&lJrs.l eallon a jrood lo ten judge gallon of ala it time Send or any more quantity if possible.v J loeither the estate of the late Hon. Charles Downing, 76 FCTTO.I 'TBEF.T, New York, -

" javethemj *ood ubMantial dinner, tutu e\cr-: do Ham 'M 1.1,1 h'Ik -III( fukiiU\ Butter. ?5 blK W. HUMPHREYS 0lolhe Life Insurance and Trust Company. Entrance 54 Gold &l.

, ullMllcfcol! WIIIHiipiece, inul hu\ing tumbled' :lu t. :j1.k rjjs n.i 1 Is, 411 bbU n.-.sorU'J Crnrkcrs I 175libls Wholesale, DruggUt Savannah, Ga. Also,-16.0CO ncrcs granted to Sannel \11111, on rUulJler'lI Sale of Valuable
them into-n winery, tie.Ullhl'U oil*. The ship ("iiiiul Flour 3 barreN Bean. 40 boxen Cin'dlen Nov 1C ly the lOthday of July, 1813, siuate at the month of Ml IlfC.BYviriuf Real J.*- .' .

.'. bailed, und lie young men leligiously adheied 4 bbU SjK-rin: Oil, 4 n ot the
10 theouthof Kectecy they had ittadc previous Ii luzl'li Ui-uom- .8 IWi-11I Tub, 5OkcR \\'iite t--J; ''V.ICE,' CE iJREV, Florida, bounded nn the North ntot by Indian Kiv : the United States the district .j
lots. Li-aiU c.; "t-aik" $nht. SO bales tiny, 10 "lto t'll t'r, on the East south and west by public lands as- : Northern ;
I drafting Chaanpu'III':) | 15 |>I>AM worril( CnnJIes 5 oafksAh' IJ1lU'Ell AN!) TAIIMH. .em'd by the name of the "Miles u'rant'J supposed, District (Florida$ made on rk': I4th day of 4

I The bride,! should have said, merely' wanted 5 .1"! Poru-rt 21 l IIOXt'll S.orrh 5 bbU Tar.fil COEXER OF CHARLOTTK ST. AND TREASURY LASE. to be long in part lo Rev. U. K. Sewall iujmrt John June, lft-1'J, the itndersigrmeuin Marker in Chaneery -:,"

to be married;und was the tirt to propose an l hum'llI (takun,. :3 barn-U Mnrken-1. 1 caw co Hi"lt. WOl'LD RESPECTFULLY in- C;. Fallagant, and in part lo the ctAale of tiie Inte ofa Courtiil I fler for sale ut publicauetinu ; _
r: .
eternal separation.ttomo 27 fHivijIIi'rrinij'i, 2 hhJ l leaf '' .h:1C"O. (..f<>ons L form the Citizens of St 'AygiKtine Joseph S. Smith and in part lo Dioueeia Segui wileoflternariloSegui. belort: the Court House, in I ho Town: -

month utter nt Jamnria: file of papers ( tii itt,. j vilIi"('I.,.- *. :: 'IXI'1i lo, 3 brm'l10- e't'l' and the adjoining,Counties, that he of Jack.MMiviile in tlm county ot Duval, on -

reached the lUi..J hipm- n'ij lierllu un.l WaitT | la-M>. I hh.l ?*' tnI'. Itrr'tlritd: : IJetf 5 half UtrIIIK has constantly on hand n well see(.*. Unless the Taxes thereon and the costs are paid Tuftdttij 'Jli/I Jay January jic.M the l Jollow-i _
obseiuil to U looking o\er tlx m I'nltini Mnrki-t Beef. ': 'fore the day of sale. real estate ol
who WRS ted stock of thrbest l French, Engli-h, tug George Kiiigbley, deceased.to 1
carelessly l rending an account of a robbery I-r2l r. E. c.\In. and German Rroad Cloths Cas.imeres C. I.. nttA YTO'i, ShcriTanmI rx.olT wit : _

nnd murder nt I'ourihHinouthsuddenly jumped 1 -- I and Vc ings, which he will Nov 16, Tax Collector, count}. of Si.Lnde. DUAYTON ISLAND.Silunteil _

in hi.ZtOClttIlCrurgut his obligation of seen cy, Froth fis-rifpii foccN.a : make to order in the most Fashionninnner on Iikrrforgr, containing sevenlecn -..! _ _
mid 'cried oU1-, ': UU SOUR. Wlir.ATIIi-An t I I n sorimen: abk and upon nccoinmo Tax 'Collector's ."'llp. hundred (r7o ) acres, tnmrcmrIps.vaht1l.
'
\ 'I'bnkheaven, my u'ifo: is hanged : ,I.i'C'u'!
tnt'H':10 .ta t .JppVs' Cranburie, Onion. lrk-J comiaunicnUon with the l'ir..t HOUM-H in tin* same ('cxxie| for sale before the Court llon. atMeiloiivilb its orange, lemon, and! eitron :io\ -s.FOiMlKSTKRtr .

Fruit". now landing : hue in New York, he will have the earlie.-t reju.rts of' in the county of Orall .', on the HrM MOIL WMNT.Situated _ _

PRO VEItUS.fly tJ'c21. "*. I:. CAUU } from tliat City hUll from Europe. I'I'Il'hM'S day of February next,the following d.eniIwut.! ">|"-riy' on I th'! St Job,," JUr'ra nut \I'n _

BCV. HE. DOXVNEV'ciNUiUnTI, 0. -- -.- -. ...- N. I n. Cutting and repairing. done. Oil the shortest I or so much thereof will pny thetan- nnd enumnty fix mile. fwhnv! ';i.itka! containing about six: hun- I i _ _
luct\' ;; :Marion c. notiee. I due thereon for the year IKt IJ, and the IH'Ct'-ar expfnses -
lIiI. lf.
.
AM largo trees me not hit most pl'U f; Efl.tci Ch'c incident thereto tired (GOO) acres,mo re or k\ s.BUKN'A .
men the nu&t, lilieia) I.U.B..UANX.livens.' Nov,9.1RSO.! : ..VISTA.8iluotcd 8 _
neither arc wealthy } (tL1 CInnrrvys' COO,acres. heloiging lo or suppled N) l-Iong 11'1 .
'Strong drinks are liku wars; making cripplc r.tlfor Ihorc.fftgtingl I"hrll: Judicial Circuit of the Jane l.euruudT, ., m-nr ..)r...lcr'JoI l'.ji/ i."ir"sgSarJsp";- l-

'of some men und soiling others to tholgruv 'I CIIACI.KS n.t nr.'f. ) State of riortla, Cirriiil CoUrt of "1.10_ I1c"' $' r5\'rfjH.4'"r.- .1 : ; .St.,, ;: & ,
t -
the Kitisfarlion of the that .
Court
Jul.N C. ill '
'. j It. Joliu Coiiuty. cflectorc' i\uatt'd .
1'ti
.
t
nflen noticei1 bull dogs Charles Rivers n a non TII4JCIIIg.t { IN CHANCERY. I %' foe
While traveling t SlX II
of llorida nil that liia place of Juhn, \J' COO) \crCI ImbOV' t
ihi reeidei.ro
while puppies wcio barking.JFor State ?;; ) '' ( te'vnIflVO
lying still, ov. 2. 'fJr'S'J'1't'X "'( % ret: asiti
complainant
utiLtumn ,to the fonipl: inniit. It is or- : Hester Strong l'Aniull. ,\ h.un' hunJrt
lesion is I',r
pupil a longer ( 0 1 I nUO iSZLacr
a tutor to give jo u 'llIlnnt.10 < Bill for Divorce : ill toe 10yt\ WhH.'h \ On the place
the id Ul't pkad, / \I."st..t cultiva\.un.
tl.-red hInt w answer or ,
than what capacity 'iU.rtcd\'c, i is much Defendant. of ib" ( I\\'r : I :. II t' ,,\1)0'ror' Imuulidifls( .
firt Samuel ) th' &uurt.III'II.- I He
dt mur to thil l nm on or tn fore the Monday in A. Strong virtn 'dC t.f.m'- (: \\i\h n'ets
a'heavier: load to uu ass, \ ,. ,tiumMelt1 c.', II'r,3 iuduceclw.n -
likoa farnvtr tIttS"l1r (10,1 1- j \
, giving Apiil lI<'M, and thai. this cause be heard at Marion appearing on the reading tad filing the Bill ofaitl 'I i'lftlt -0\1111, Of 4 rmmu4 : 'hO above places
. than what ho can lake to market. I (Ntirt llon-c npnn its ireriu thnt day. I IAnl IT 1 Complainant, that the paid Samuel A. Strong ;n\'Ulc "I', (( a"l1lii\l"wili" i.erlhid! ,L' I" v 1&C.&C. r ybcUh! Iwahthyand: pICUr -

Never be too prcipiiuic in your dccUions, but it is further ordered that a certifiedropy of I) fendant. it living, resides beynnj the hmUs of the c.I 3). 'jf I"L.bTrY flCt nit w"I ant. "; 1111'utS 1'1)rchao% 111tuI.IJR.I.tLtY ul itui ItivcrSt.. '

previous to your pionouucing them, maturely thiidi'r t be published in some n"'w*,"per published ; "ta(; vft'llKiJI.'iz ; ill Mohil'-, in the state of Ala t).' f Ir i10 flU1Ct\I tr.r..uf for Ihr'year J1-1JO. mmmiii! lh( Uf ('nro1l1 unity 1 !htUtIC1t' latul t. bl.'fUIII lal'mot 'I h.
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cou.idcrbouS, \ sides uf th,' (1letifl. jn th<' o1:1tl'lf I'Moridnforlhc t paev of three ni'.nths_ bamaor New Orleans in the Mate of Jou:1jlann. ia tlx UIII' tbrTmht. t th"fl'I"tu -i" % itiltto4. \\ itti lerllle uf t 1t.:1IIIw"ka1 already 1 1.t. f'

, If( most m:1rrlcJrumen PUhO--I'J as much I auli'iior 10 the said tir>t Monday in April 1I"Xt.t ', It i H thereCire, on motion of Elias B- Gould. Kx|',, ( tpt.ne5 IiJ t.\. IUliiof 1n.lln 'I".1:1' 1..10la"s \; 'or trull note _-_ _

i prudence a* they do vanitye should linJ t TlUttUS( : IXHUJLAS, Jndne, \ ,li('tor fur i.e l Complainant, ordered .that publication fr.0 GoC'f" to Iunt" I. I' 3.111 I ', 5taIe' \

many husbands far happier.An n;.'c.. 31 1, It50.. EnMi-rii Circuit of Florida. I.'. Wn-J-de in some, newspapers printed in the 11.111)4.J 111 .t"n jOhN l :iMLb1flN: : iu.rifl o. c,' I I"ru'c_ 'al'wce two' and i J
ununxtous husband makes a scoldttuvrifc I ,:I Eastern Circuit of Florida for tlIp' inoiitlisucco..-- c..1\n.tor. One h LlC ecurvd bv
tluf'h to
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and on over iond parent., a spoiled child.A : STAT' (IF FrA".1ttfl". II 'ivily; from ilii date, requiring the ,-aid Ninuifl A.Strong -, V tHce years interest "o-rl"'II"U on \he- .
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prudent woman slueied the comfort of her I Marion County. 10 plead, n.wer, or demur to the said Rill,or .1gC' 1\u\.2 --------jiitor"; :lle.1UI.'I \ tIt Ihe% "ure.ha- r

husband and household, whereas a bcold, and I HontRT BcM-orjcClrrk of the Circuit Cou in :., that ihe mme will l I. taken ;.r. cmfttso.rgiffued. % vesI'1 in I"' by IIc .a. 1"ln. CIi. FAIBAKS

,, ,'. ,' .ndlhrit,tbinkll of parties stud' 1ih ions. I anj fr the County ami State nlorefaid. do htrthyecdify .} THOS. DOUG 8, Judge., &.c. crcill cn, \ '\irluu'o f I pmr'1 1H1. bcflr) the ( url lH.f GEORG} R.111stcr in chouc' ().. __ ___ _
thai the forf guaig u a true euuy takea itwuitin Certified to l ea tru' copy, rxpos, oa'Oron f'on triel '
A wise man i i. he wuo keeps his own &tcrets al of the faid hoP I 511" t1c c j.1 ty 30IS'' Iand1
:* luinateaoi'aiil Court ,Witness my hand at>.d the.s Court 'I 11on .l\e,10 \\t" f\1o\\'in descrsi \ Nov. ___ --
and adhcnrs to cbDri ). tW M-nlof said .. CJUuU.ea.ofebrulTyn, t .' St. Augns n. -- Lard.
\Viluectuyhand aud eccct.RO4JEUT the 4th Jay of November. : wittm Pltht late lIauni, _
A gay body often accompanies & weeping BULLOCK P. B. DUMAS. 6.?er ( MondaY,10flUch thl'rt'.f tI 150.and the.. ne- 1 .-"%.t V'.r'.inliBnnc. 11"109.' do do elo Soi1Ikr! .. _

oul. j Cl \ The sword was never intended for murder, cd'Ytty taX duenddent th.t to.to ,;,\t\" orviU ctlp- Chol- f "\'f" .111. Leaf Lan'l.I Aji
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but defenceneitherwas the tongue intended i S Pro'i'IO1I&C.A fru..boouh m 8 'ikf' fro' J,. \0\ )i.' l f a.-octrd, c.r1lt: J. tori.t IIIro'i
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nnd I INrflU-'D White Leud, Turpentine. Var :u choice HaiiisBaken. Jane ( 'v' : ,
for slander but prayer praises. Olf" \ very choice lot of Butter ;r. b4-10uoT to niiSr"I C'.IIPO )
Never bo angry H'Uh your Jphbor$ because'hit : IA 1, ni"li, ." .!. loin, Oakum, Upikes Lime Lit Potk Crackers, 1..11. I f'115 Coffi-e.
for nil ,Vie1,1.1tIC5 ami aborted Luaub'r,ror rale I.JlnU .. .jut difcliarced.forwlci.yM.rcfcl u'r1' : '
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: 1" [. 'I .,', .b *.'- fluslaieii* -Directory. ".i"i '* brthercttnyofMariJn.atOcah. fourth ?Io )1[ Valuable.Plau'f.i1io -\\'lId''LDntls Florida.Laml. Aftwnry.rSlHEundersignfel M1 fi@

(."- ''fi; .' Mti&J1oht; } On Si/George Strert, north of c! pril. 'i U I. .&c. in Ua'vt'FIoritla. as At lor the respective [ { :

,." ,_. tVie Public Square and one door north of./ihe Mcthjvdut "For"the Ountie'sof Alachua and Levyat New- rri lie undersigned, as Agent for the rerpectivc pro JL proprietors olfent for sale'.on exceedingly reasonable s

}. l .I Church." ,, oanavillf, fij: Monday in May. ,I JL pjf tors, offers for .sale the following lands, to term,the following landsumong which are home f p. _

.;I ) ,. .. .J.' '". .' Florida Home. On, 'Treasury Lne' ; North of I For 'the County of Columbia, at Alligator, on the. wit : .C< well known and extremely valuablePlantation of the most valuable Cotton, Sugar and Tobacco i ,.-t TJIIS f 81'A ..
:' ;. called Un.Bulow Plantation at the head of lands in the State. I' L18H.lIStN'
'he Public second Monday May. tIN I ;; :ins undergone Tb
Ppjf
!'CitH tdJ. 'On Charlotte and Bay Street a few For the county of Nassau at Nasean f!. II., on the Halifax River formerly occupied and planted l/y the THE ARUEDOflDO GRANT. ; roc?h Re- .

. : i I I Jeore f onth East of the Pnnh'e :quarc. .,Wednesday before-the .fourth Monday May. late John J. Bulow with a force of 300' hands, suitable j AI.ACHCA COUNT. r reception present ot Oirnipnny.TRANSIENT season., h 'MW Pead '' .

, .. Fiartfert Hvttl. 'Oil Charlotte Street ar4 Treasury For the county of 'D "I, at Jacksouvillc, on the for both Sugar and Cotton, nnd advantageously located J i T 9."R 18 ; Sections 1114152223242627. BOARDERSpartment F.SllJEs; '

f- ;'I I Lin.'. north of the Public Square, annexed to the I fourth Monday of May. i iI ,, on navigable waters. I It lies upon the coast'aboutforty' I In S 9." 19 ; ," 2,3.8,10.11,12,13,14.22 \ l'lI) bare 3lt

" '. II' I FLwif&,H OI. '. I Fur the County of St ,John', at St. Augustine, .i' mile south of S.. Augustine, and contains about '34,35. 30, Ib,21. 11,21,5, S .

;: I. ..1"I 4 'J E : BOARDING HOUSES. I 4 on the second Monday in June. ; 4000 acres. I i 1:00111/1, Airy, Clean, aile. "
L the I Asotwt! > thousand acres adjoining the last described C.9. IU.% iIcIf fl1rlli"b fI baucbo
I. 1r,. M. Reid. ,On Charlotte Street near FALL TEE*. 'in "
19.22,26,27,28,29,30,32
S.S lands being the ? Ilici..r Grant in Graham's swamp. 9. 0- tNo1hihIi v \Wautiu. .
'Bsp'ackii. "
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S Forthecounties Orange and St. Lucie Tuesday Also, the Spruce Crek Plantation contains 9U9 I 33,34. The house well kno\vn'a '
A.i"ZifiSt. :FDt.. On t. George Street, a few door bH D '
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: before the 1 Monday of Noronber. In 9" 21 "- 15,19,20,21,22,28.29/30. re-
JJj. ,' South of the :oUrt Houl 'l1nd Public Square. .' acres suitable! for Sugar culture and near to navigation I', ; I Built, Exprl'isly with a view |0odatiort the
,. aud! For the county Putnam, at Pilatka, the second about 70 miles south of St. Augustine, near 32,33,34.I Clf ItruliJs ansi other
O. of Bay
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I Pop. Oa D8)'..tnott, corner 1 lH'll"l5.22,23 being
26 '
., :Harden '. Tuesday, before the first Monday of November.For New 5myrna. In" 10 18 23, ; 27, built of XV'.Mwith! ttII
4s Lane. KufinnTonMtii
I the county of St. Jou's, on the first Monday I 34, 35. 36. ,
POCTORSt | Also, the Mo.int O-wald Plantation on Halifax flC Door, & ., which I renders .. f
., I inNovembcr. Iln"10" 19 7, 8. i7, 19, 20 30. I it f
S the ;
River about 5U lies south ofSt.
Dwelliu House it Augustine, near Di
Diet. F. hw \
IVeedon. OJbe mH1'Si.
: Fin-pl.ices
at g Blind
I g For the county of Na *au, Thursday before the In" 10" 20 13, 14, 162829. tn.'
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Su the Geo.tAn-
formerly in < late
coast planted ra fey .
t jt. c* Bridge Sfreet.: & i thru dJ, tlpeni.l : on ;
third Monday November. I i In" ] 21 I 23. 4, ,6,7,8.9,10,11, ttiIzzPrUIIWa.&dt.
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Peck. Office St. George Street, S d..rilClII"IIr.l, now the property ofTuepIi Lauton con7taining Htimlm .
jt DlIrt.1I E. on It'f. Pr rc'ctioIJ from R.it
a For the county of Duval, on the third Monday ll'OOacns.Also ( 12,13,14,15, ,2,26,3I..
5; It.frw'doou Nfrrth of the IJourt house.r November.For I I In 10 22 6, It,19. \ViImtk&! -., funning a dt-siniblc
: DIWG4flST.S I, ,,10i)0 ncn-s south of New Smyrna in Turnbull's ; S niixtcontincmcnt ,
: the county of Marion, on the first Monday in Iln" I 1" 18 .e 24. at nil >tasous of
North East : be.in the north half of the Rosette ; |Ihe ,
P. C i fctVjjirn '
and : '
Zylttrs. Chemist Druggest. Dt't' m" I JI" li ,9 ll,13 14,16 17 18 The ilousj is iruatl'd *
S tbe middle ha n.LAWYKRSi r. Grant well timbered nnd near navigation. S n" 19 ; > ,' ficjg;; Sojihposition i"
: S "tlle Public. Square, opposite For the counties Alachua and Levy on she sec- AIw.f.ITtv'thounllilllcfl'"on the St. ''Jclms River I 2l.23-,3l). and :'rvlircd from other Dit

", -- I on-IMonday'm December. between Lake Gi-orge and Lake Monroe consisting,.I In 11" 20 ; 7,18,20,23.24E1-2 of 25 The HO.USC Cotitajz5 RtMJH "illt

'1 j 'it1t. I-% : For the county of Colombia, on the. third Mondayin valuable pine, hammock and timbered lands in various 27. & s.1, Nl-2of36' al ParlourDmin'ir. S tinjvumcncf 1
; 1 r'1 .J1.' (outf"touneIIor at Law-office.on Ar- December i tracts. '. S in" 11" 21 ; K2.3. ,10, 11 12. 13.,1.,15. in general For .clc.'Om1ll IJOiTJIflIDi

S, : ..11rLanc.. ': %4 The V.S/i District Court, at Acgugtee, on the Alio! lOCO acres in Alachua j county, suitable for 19.20,21,27,28,29,30.33( not besurpus>cd. _-
\ B. 4., Putnam. nnd Councillorh'oflice :0' : .J
S Altornay1' I If first Monday in April iel', 3536.
S Cotton or .Sn;ar. The well earned Reputation. :
J \:1t Picoluta Irect.I .0. In 'Ml ". 22 6, 7 19,3J,31COONDO I IhIS
S TIE TBA.VELLER'S GUIDE. Also COO'acres in Columbia Couny good pinelands ; has from Year to Ve.ir
14w and acquired.jt
S .o- tr'
-41VW A.. .Fort o4rd. Attorney at '
m the Fe River. '
Santa
on S S I GRANT. ?I DAVIS aim
t1uor. ot Proprietress rs. to a(
I ___ '-i---- _, -Cumctt.uffitbe Court House. groutd. S ROUTES FR011 CHARLESTOS' Apply fer :rruisi, jiartk-ulars, &c. to i ; S I 'Mjaior Ctlt TY'. S for the Ii bern I Patronage S
S the South Wing of the
t' fr .;- ; Counsellor[ 'i I I f.S GKO.R.RVIUBNFCS.. In"12 l8 ; 1,2,3.10,11,12,14.15 turns her tluinks. hereto1
Atl"tnryan4 *
R. Fairbank
I S George office ia the Court Hoiu S From Charleston; to New York. Leaving daily at Agent;or the l.lrcbase'aDJ sale cf LamU In"12" 19 ; 2. 6. II. 12. 15, 16, IS, 19. The Table will be .supplied? \vjti
tiff w- Steamer. W7 ning on I E'O I Payment of Non Residen'Faxes,&c. 20.21,2'.2.23,24. ,
-: o'clock r. M, By Game, Oysters* i'UrthkI"ishh! Ducks., '
; __ I St.Auussue. jo\'b 22ltO.j'_ Iu'" 12" 20( Po 3.4 of'1, 5.6.7/9.. 10.
lo .
j S mil v By Railroad to Weldon 1G2 mBes. : l't.- .; Turkeys ,sn.!' Shell Fwh which nft .
: I : PUBLIC OFFICES.' tersburc LiP Richmond 22t....To 'Acquia Creek S'l'A III Q'l'.- jtcIJJU.t.Y-lBltpttUl-'l'Y. I 11141617182221. our Rivers amrForests al '

I I S rift Office.: -Z'tstral.b"ttDAtPr..on the corner 70.-By Steamer to Washington SS.-By Railroad! to I : e900.000.t. In" 12 26 ; I. 2, 3.I.. 6, 12 13, 15, I more Uunters ")uiui. Xt.

: of Bay Street and Public Square. North vf Market Hllllimon'IO.To Philadelphia 9J.-To New-York { THE MUTUAL LIlT INSURANCE 21.22.23,24. House. spurting. exclusively fitt':

: buildings. ". 7. Total! distance 771 miles. Time 60 hours. FareS n 12" 22 ; 6.7.18.19. 'S' I,
S S General1 Office. 13t.. Putnam Surveyor COJII-.t\NY (EO.: FAIRCANKS. Hors i< Carrinjics, Io"il'* GU I'lr",
Surrryor OFNtW YORK NO. 35 WALL St., .
Tackles Boats .
S S of Art'llery "Southerner" Charleston St. AU 'lin,1cb. ]Ei. 1850. lor Excursion,&c. 4"
(Steamship
GenerLoO Hospital Strt"tt.eornt'r The ) leaves Accumulated Fund, Nov. 1st, 1849. 90011 ,-
Lane and IIo!pitsl Ir..ct. every tenth day after the 27th of April o'clock r M. (000securely invested in Bonds and Mortgageson -----F liL'r jp-p-Ll -'- Very Kespectfullr .' ,
Wiftiam H o'innl1ons,Itc tt'f CO hours. Fare Stoic.Room 23. : l'nWRJETh
.1 LandOffice-i Doct < Thro in ) $ real'estate in this city and Brooklyn .nd stocks I .
S : 'of Public Lands-office in the C<*art liouse. From Chaiieiton to Philadelphia._ -The Osprey nfthe State and City of New York and United CHOICK GROCER PROVISION'S.Hclif. I .;

Si : Thf t T. Kuttell. Reemer otRce in Court I leave Charleston iery other Saturday, at 4 o'clock, States Government. Gipsey JQW; dicharging 'Jfry from N. B.-It N the "'JtiJa pi '1 ,p

.. \:: 'II ou'". : Sr r. !.-through in CO hour.Fare 20. This is 'np J'r increasing by a widely exten- S J."ew' York, pricre Haul th rvnl1h at

I. ,: ), r S, Jmfge of Pn&,'". (Humphrey'\ Judge.) office From CharlrtoH Xirff-Orlcant. Leaving daily I, deJjlnd fynd btit-ines .' 4I OSIIEX utter, Lu rd, Choice Provisions to the Sloittc Kliuiild be civil, a**
prosperous
.- in the Court linn. .. hlJo'clocki.M. By S.-'O. Railroad Aupu!ta .13Uniiles. tivc, and obliuluy.' S Shaving
i ? at I The Compary declared a dividend of profits of fif- S :n- Hams Uacon Shoulders F. M. Bi- -f, ----- _
S ,tffterJi. Du.rn.is. Clerk Circuit Court ofiiee inS .-Uy Georgia' Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By i the 31st (Uee., ,
ty-two per cent-on all exL'ti.ij: policies on Mackerel', Rio &., Java Coffee, OM Hyson
S the Court JlOtt1lJ.I Macon and westernftdilroad In Griffin 42.-By of January, 1S1.'S choice Trus Black Si Green, Cracker fe'iiirarj, All pet-soIl" any claim tt Z**
[ Ji. Eh\'rilTalul.rax Collector ,office t- toOpoIaka.35'r -By Railroad to .Montjj.' "] the of- ,
Centra.
I Rafael Sta e imry i All Ihe Profit arc divided amon? ,\Iolas:es Ni-w liuckwh iiMiuti.iii MraljDrifil : t estate HURT K..onr.li.to
: 1 : in the Court House., I Iii. -By Sicnnirr tOvMnbilc' 331.To Kew-Orlt-an: ; the 111"I tcd. JJi-cf John, ecea.-cd! ,as en ditore,h !. .. &_/
Ale Porter
I IV I ; Ballu-jiia Saus.i fS. CongressVatcr
: I S : ilf'Collector of Cwffowt John M llan on. office.:- I, I';ii.; T ial di,tanee TjOJG; mile Time 123 hour. I The premiums payable' cash annually, sem- \ CifJuro.mnillJnal, Flour- wise, are hereby.uotilled to present thtni p
i t InSpector of ,C 'fomt. Ora Howard, office. MI Fare $33. 5t). t. IF within from
\ added the scrtlvr two the dale .
S S interest being oft years "
I annually, or q'jarterly, $
; S i' Howard 'Building; *. Market sqnar.S '. !'l ,un&':'Charleston to }-Or/eanviz Savannah in llarrells &. halt JJ.trrt-Is, Fruits, Rai>cns, will be forever barred. And persofia f: ;
xS S Juil U. S. Court Northern Savannah 140 mil.'s. deferred payments. S Almonds, Coco uutu, Dates, Citron, Currants, &N
I ,1. (f. Ufonsvn. e daily at 9 .A.t. By Wan er .to II estate required 10 rank immeuiatr i
, i t S District ofFlorida. office in the Court House. ]I IS -B)' Central ailroa.t! Macon anjl l Western Itail- The cash principle adopted by this Company.t.ur..s Sweet Oil, Sardine; Ast-orH-d litklt'inoked! F. IHU DIE-Xchwll

: t S .: i;. R. Fairlanli. Clerk U. S. C mrl, ,office in i Ir [ road t',Barnrsvillc 4( .__.'By Stage to Opel ka 100.I .- : to the parties fur whose benefit the insurancesare '1'eitues, 'l'ublifS.tlt, Assorted "Conk:ctionnry Sept. 13 1850. Jf (".;
without
whole of the .
.4 5 I the Court Hou j : ad C5. By Steamer to Mobile effected the advantages, with lull assortment. ,I -'--- _
i. e. I By Ra !, Montcomery of JiijuJe Paste together n *. yicn ofxirTRakprTATlVItXEl
r "f 1 S Deputy Narthal. Gcorje I. Zehnbnur, office in i I i 33 t:: w.Orlt'nns 16G.'l'otnt distance i 'I,O32 I. subjecting hated them to the heavy drawback accumu- We shall be glad: to accomodatc in disposing I. :"

\ S i I ih. Court House. i" ', mik-e. Time 77 hours. Fare 839. 50. Persons premium niu) notes effect iLkuraneOTt 'their own livesI of Package"* to the .fado or u' lit lall.Oct. it ./if-' LAW.COll.\iELLO" S

: i \ Ii kMOODNANCBTDfiPAUTMBNT.' I j I I i i MISCELLANEOUS. DNtances. TABLE.Fart" Time, I and the lives of other*. A married woman'can in. 12 1850. B. f;. CAKR.Pbitr JAcxdS3lrj.E.: t:. FLL rVirt. 1,1t.

; \ \ } I !| cure tin* life of her hu'-banJ.thc: benefit of \\l-jch are l-&(: practice iii.tiuOnmof th* Castrml
( rdiianee Store keeper, R. Hanham m.
\ 'I' Jamet }
; I Capt secured by law iW the exclushsr use of herself c? children. Java Coffee f.i 'I'ui.ton ttf..rlt'hM: :. Cisrti
r'. PICE, Chocolate, Rio Collee, Teas, county .
, t nflkeonBt. George street a tfto doors South .ot the J I II i-Chatta'noopa.Tcnn.: 445 13rJ 31 .5
i. j' 1 L.. Ale in pts Iltl.I'Clrttr in and the ami i. 'f'lorotigli (olllli.III ifceS*"l1horll _
c' ana qta
Jiry Good store-iof S. \. WakVman. l'enonAcr&i-! "( olunba, S. C+ 130 4.CO 8 pt.s v
'I r .: r' l'' ,S raua ol riwtioij the Fort will make opplicita: to 1, Tamdrn, S. C.. 142 4.00) 9 Clergymen nnJ nil others J"pen1t.'ntlpon sja- best English articleCongress Water in pts and qts, thfSuprv- -'Court ai Tallahascee, and ihttt
Capt. Hanham. S 'II' "HamburL'.S. C., 136 4/H) H nos imperially invited r.) avsii ther.uelvra of a resource Heidieick Champagne and its,ciQlee! Piincipehipars i- Sat4 DI-t.rt Courj for the Norrhtrit Ii

S \ ".MeiiihiTeun., 740 28.00- when-by thdr surviving,familt may be secured John Anderson's fine cut 'tobacco, JliyerV: Florida ; nuii 'ill prooveutp rlaiiii ;aga,1y

S i I I\ I I'JUSTICES t OF THE PEACE. Pafgfhgers for ri'her of the above places Icav- rom the evils of pentirv.I'ampRkls Honey Dew, CavtnJi-h, Champ'agnt* lidr in Its States before toires ttttJinj she u.'PUiIQ DtAli J
; 1 :, of tV principles of Mutiu 311:1 U. E. CARlLI iflton1.
explanatory pt.atrtail.by .
C. Railroad 10 o'dnck
S.
,James M, Gould. Charleston daily by at .f
j .
S \5 Life Insurance, n1d! iIi.-tratirig ,'I' advantages. with I : I ic.iti-il nt JJu"nMIIt' for life It fij
!( S ',1 te,. L' Phillipt Nota ry Public-office fin .dClurV fzryS ( A. ] ; form: of application,may be obtaun-d at the office 01 Tax CohIcstor's SiJe.I liU entin aii'l uiir-iuitiisu attention to hit '

f S S I">.S r Street oths' a office.little North'of the. 'Market. and next. .1. i iI i Eastern Judicial Circuit off the the Company, 3!''\"all ft.. or l. any of its agents Y virtue of the power vested m me by law I thallexpose and nil liuinr.entrusted to his care :shaIIj

! ". S State-of Flordu, CtrcfflhlCourt of j TRUSTEES, ])> for sale bofonr the :ojrt Hou.e at MtlonviU pro-njit atteiuioii.Ht T :

I I J. .' CITY OFFICERS. St. John' CODllt}.. I Jos B Colin. David C Colden in the county of Orange, on the lirj*; Monday Aiiiiustine. .'n usl 31. 1?:O.

S5 S :laror-B., D.( Gu d. .: t IN CHANCERY. Win J Ilyflop Alfred Kilward: 'Febriiary; next the the fbilowinjr Jescnbeil: property .g ::i ( .oZft'cloao';-alr.-- = S S.
/
Peter Bonet.'Administrator ofj f R H MiCur'v. Wn Beiw, orsainurh thereof wilt pay the state and county \ virtue of the vested
'Lau'ttite .b / power inmc-|
} ." 4 I S ..i .. } S : the E..t aie of FP- Sanchez j IrealViIL.tIIfl: _, J JOMI! Blunt. lax'due lliereonfor lhr$>ar It50to wit : !!._II..\pngp fu .1 .for' .'C .

--f Jj1. .1. .1f A1dcrn.: i iit' deed., fjfr the use of Aahron J B./l: for Account C \V 1abrr I i )"anc G P<:nrM>n. JtSO ''acres belonfin to or ouppo"d lo b-Ion to .MellonjuixotS'i: ![ 'I? /iB ttajr ., r

r fS I .f1 J. dlJ J Fnclanderi; Cotnjplainant, J MarKahn<; A Vmt S J..lm P Yrlverto., ,' Henry \\'dII.! Chrj'HoUe T, Gobert south of Smyrna south canal. llnwlf
j t 1 i Clerk of"t 'City Council Charles Haager ofHce ;'t 1 Atrainst L and Di ( \ V. Mc.MlistT. claimthe r.tat<* of |',. 'HI'I" B t "ollin-, X-biili-f C'ook I. JOHN SIMPSON.frheriiranJ ; .
S -.1 j'I j lithe| Coandl room. 'i.t' George !er ) 1 J..O.ant! I tile ,,'e"'nry eipenss inchSisvir 1
j I *;& i S pCity' ,Martini' and Cirri of ,the Market, F. P. I ing to br Executor Joseph j Mciu-ldecd.; : ;"John! 11 OWlfl. Jona.Mill-.r, \ Tax collector o l'. : ,, : \!

jS .". '1 ; Ffireira.B SI ." L.ongworib; ,dt'cd..nnd others,)I 1 i Jolin: U'ad-worih. DaviJ A I'oni!tocL, Nov. 2. l5o. 1 'SOO nrreo.3rl rate-lnnd neirtbe .

I:: .! I Defendants.! J 1 i S M Conu-II. HobcrJ iJhuyUr -S -- hail Rivet aiid Fltlunier .f
. : N 'I \ S : Tax Coli'ur' nl;' trt.t'k. helooziirped &
.\ 'j' iI- 1. \1",' ; _; ,AUCTIO Ef.R. appearing by Arndiiritinthis Cnrt that De S (.>mv \1 Wilkiiu: Jain-: (Jhnmber; *, ft 1) Y virtue of lh power vested in I11t.: by law I to helimT t,, (M o. I. F. Clark. I

I ,' 'B, ,, arr. <, IT fI."IIdanttGeorte.W. McAllister, if living at r'l!I. Jihn} V L Pruyn Jo Mtis-ta;Ii Tiiekeriiiar.-H ; shall expose for sale before the Cotrt house at'.I i Also rj .)O acres 3n rate land, Ill .' '

r j j: rei-idrs beyc.vd the limits of the State cf Floridalz.., "fl'.1Vhiull'lt'f Grinncll 31ellol.lvill" in the COUflJ4Y .afOringe: fill ihi. tir-t Mon- : Swamp Letwrru the ht'al'ltlf' Mat&uzasaaJji. r
aharle Win J Bunker
; j I : MERCHANTS.Burrtught .: Ely Rivera.AUo. 1_
j' in the State tf Georgia. S John.C Eugene Dutilh.WnlturJoy. diy February next/tfos: following! Jescr.bcil property SI
,
"S 1 S 't : E. Carr. Wholesale! and Retail dealer It is thereforefon motion of Win. A. orward'' Solicitor S Cmgrr Francis or fo much there ('a'i will pay ilic stair anti county 'I I 300 acreS thir.1 ratclanl' CD Oar W

\ S __ I'\, first Duality! Family Groceries ofial! kind. Li-- Ordered, that publication U made in Alfred Veil. J 0 Thatcher Lnlhrcp: tax due thereon for the year 1850, nl1d.thc.o necessa-. I ..J.JntanznRiv''r on the f.ft' of (?raWl! >
: ; ,, qiors&c., No..2 East uder Chariott't tret North faille Newt-paper primed in the E&9ie.rn Circuit .S JOSEPH B. COLLINS, Ift&Ient. j ry expenses incident thereto,viz : '_ ting half of a '1 ho. ,and acre Tract Jell M l.

j I I '' r !the Public bquare. % ," of Florida, for iou months successively! Irom this b.uc AnBAtr Secretary.JOSFPII .' SS I 10,000 acre belonging or euppo!ed to 1.1oPtto Uxecutor, of the Kstlte of George i T. Cfa'&, '

f ; : i! 'fleur,. f urt. tfealcr i irf Staple 'and Fancy Dry dale.Tt'quiring raid George W.' AlcAllisUr to plead, I BI.U.VT, Counsellor.: the Estate of Rnt..rt1'HlTllv. (l."or.E' I Il. Fairbanks.agcnt. JOHN snlrso W

S.I r / S I oods, Went ride ?f Charlotte .street. a few doors IIn w"ror demur to said Bill,or the. same will be ta- r;. R. FAIRBANKS, Agent S'. Augustine Fla. JOHN SIMPSfJ.V, olwri1 a II'! -:Noy.:: 30---1S5().- Tn coIItttor.t.'UT"

orth of Treasury Lane.Sth ki-npro. C'o
,. 'J S V, IV kemtzn. Wholesale and Retail dealer THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge;ife., e. I Nov. r Virtue of the power vested aSlalleXjOae. I
I Good's Groceries. store on. the Certified to Iw n true Copy. 2.Tax .
and Grocey for
S
:' Dry sale l hefiire thC&rtb I
S S t" f'ound floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods ,Uiore Witness toy Hand and the 3ral of said I I Tax Collector's Sate. Crllectorsa1e. i door In JMlonvilleon the lOth JilT of Fksis1w

:' 't 'VJ *rnrr of Picolata and St. George street, op iiMte [L. S.] Court, tho 15th July, 16H I lJ i.y vinue of the power vested in me bylaw, I BY virtue of the power vested in mo bv law, I f /ollowm-j described 51 anwl _"
or
property f
( ii
j\ f : i t S ., CourtHOUK. .f. ,:. S P. B. DUMAS I S .> shall expose for sale before the Court House I shall expose for sale before tho ( our: as wil. pay th, State bnd Cunuty Tax duftf

S j t ,:f j. jlfim' S. tn Nt Pinkhami Dealers i in F ncy; Clerk C. C. St. John S County d'-"f in the city of St. Augustine, on the first Monday House at Mellonville in the county ofOnngeon the lor the yrar l I'50 and' the ncceirr 't1pntd.

} S I O sod,, &eopposite the Planters Hotel oiS Eat July 20,1850. of February next, the following described first Monday of February next the I1olinr! desccri dent thereto. viz: :H .

i ti le of ChaVlotie street. : II.'1 : property so much thereof as will pay the State bed property or so much thereof will the fit Acres Thlrj
\ I' Y nt. JK rate Lend lIituatrd T.
> I I Grocer! Provisions, &c. Collector' Pile.B ;, and county Tax due thereon for the year 1E50, and and due f.
; Pedro Be""t. Dealer v. sq county tax thereon r the year I IC50 and the. ship 13 Kanze 27 onth and east. heloaaz4.
'I S "; S OrpeV of Cuna and tit. George street.: i. y virtuefcf Pcver vested in me :by law 1 : the necessary expenses incident thereto viz : 'nt'ts.l\ry expenses incident thereto,!o wit J po.ed'. tj belonj -__ v F GOULD Af*

j r- Manuel Cretpo. Dealer in Family stores Provi-: shall tityofe for fale-before the Court House doorin S 300 acres of land_ returned by F. P. Ferreirt for 1 2'6acrt'I', belonging or supposed:. .belong to the JOHN 11JPSOi. ahcrid'w

: I -f S l i ms, &c., corner of Charlotte and Bridge Ftreets. the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday of Mariana Lorenzosituate south (If St. Augustine tin heirs of Antonia Pon!. : S .
5(5 .
: to t S F. /_ Qrncy. Watch maker nnd Jeweler, on May next the following described Property or eomurh loran n8 river west of the old l Fort,,id Township 9 JOHN. SIMP30X.&heifranl Tax CoUtot..t.XcvI'mwr S ,

5 S a re'.rrel't. nearly opposite ofcce of Dr. Peck.T thereof as will pay the Ntate and County tax due ttangei 1 :30 south nnd east, bounded north by land ofM No-. 2. TaxcilJtctor.o 30,1850. .

,''1 : I"" >.. MUjn. Retailer of Boots, Shoe, Cap thwontfor tlin} year 1850 and the necessary expen- K 'M"!tre,south, by lands of ,F J Avice, F Belts '. c.. TaxTtoljgor'g fitolf.S S :

S : j S II itrt &.t., ast side of Charl lef' street, corner of M-S incident thereto viz: S and J F Waite,(;.nLt by the 'river"and west, by land I S virtue of the power rcMed in. me b17 b%'
I 1 Tax Collector' By
J of F nett and J'F Waite said of landwa.4| *; Sale
/ wHotte street and Treasury I."co.I 2000 acres of Land assrssed to John L'Engle! returned ; tract MI xpo for sole hero the Coed
f/I S S Later* Andreu: Tailor, Chirlotte street in I IF49by D. R. Dunham agent for said L'En granted 1-y the Spanish Government to B Mestre.Jr. I i B y ehall virtue of the lor power sale vested in nlf bylaw! I ilo.r j in'.Mellonviileim the 10th day of FtbWflP:,

returned for returned 1 a! 3d rate. |I I expose before the Uour.1 House the followins .
the l but
S I near gle, not 1850 The above named 2000 J doar in the of St. described property, no .u4**
S Tailor harlotte Street 1 Ilnl s taxes and ,expenses are paid Leforc the j I L city Augustine ?? the] first j/o1| will
OH
S Thomai At* teu. nearS acres 1. a part of the New Switzerland tract'pnthe ran day of pay the State an.! County Tax dee *!
February the
S f ? "' I the t store nfGeorg' ,Hurt.i fide of the River St. Johns and about id milts N. day of sale. St I II lertypr I much next following delcritJt'tll'r (- for the ,year 10 and the xpeacwii-i. *
R. B. CA .OV.\, Sherifland ex-off. so thereof will pay the state and necewarye
John Utina. Boot mak r. barb ite street near W. from St Augustine. t, ; tht'rt'to.--viz: [-
1 ', f1 I ceanty tax for the 18:4) and
lie Ci Hotel. : Tax Awe!sor and Collectt'r. s J c. year the necessary fOXfflft4 50O Acres
.1 taxes and pad before of Of3rd. .
unl..iIt expenses are day : St. Al1lu tineOct. 2Cth, 1850. i iI 1 I incident thereto viz ; rate Land in Cranana f-
Joseph Lvptt. \'nufacturer of Stars chop inHoward's I'a.C' '0 ;I 790 -iL' ito or suppose to belong toJaniei F.1
; acres more or let on the south of :
S Jtdinyroncrt'clt
t fl.; uildlngd'I! I, S R. B. CASOV.h'riff' nnd c -ofl. ---S----_ I in the county of St. Johns,, returned in$4'J Jn.t ]I.-r LL1.AS B.. GOULD. A ''n'1 '

-S S l G.. Ni,Panjf. Dealer in Dry,.Groceries and Provi- Tux .issessorniul Collator 3. J.' c. Tax Collector's Sale. I I I by James Jnrnt''. Not returned for 1850. JOHN SIMI\sa\ Sheriff !aS i'
S Mona, Charlotte street, a' frvi doors South of the Augustine Oct. 2Glh 1850. virtue of the I Unless .
Tax
'J j k t, By: power vested in me bylaw I tnXt'sn1t. expenses ore paid Wire the Collector
u ..1" i ityhlotel1 .5 I "' : expose for pale before the Court House Jay of ralf. '. A"vcmher 30th, 1350j, 'C.

r ,' S Z'XeaausMiuase" .YeZIian. Cabinet makers, .Tax_. Collet__ tor18 Sale. 1 door in the city of St. An _u!tine on the first Mon R. B. CANOVA. .
... o* : .-. om rC,Mtsk** Mtuare adjAtQlntiht. Cdunell room. BJ' :: :- i'.I -Ii".- vetted in me by law, I day of May next the following described: property, Tux Assessor nail Collector A :FINE let Cho1cejjj' .
s
I JoAn Black Smlik and Cud Snvith, near nall expose (or sale before the Court House .j c. rf Kutlrr. Lard 'C
I 1" Manucy or so much the.rco"faV will pay the Slate anil county St. Augustine, Oct 2Gth 1850. S .\ Cracker, e.t'
A. t the\ North Gate >f the City. '", door in the city ot :t. Augustine on fhe.' j'ret Monday tur due thereon for tfiR year 1850 and the necessary and Fbton 11"nll. fLicon Fish,. S .
Market
,
of Beef
the -
.May following
neat decribM -- --
I < incident -
: propertyor expensis thereto, viz :
'S i so much thereof as will) pay the rtatfflzui 100 land Tax Collector's at e. at 't.tnj!. Ir. F. A _
S j. AMUSEMENTS.IiiUiorJ county i acres more or 1t'l'i..itUDvd on the south I .
I i. S Tcble, BoUl.nc.AlIty.. Ora Howard tax due thereon for the year JSSO and t|" necessary I of Julington creek in th county of St Johns, belonging By virtue of the power vested in me by law IIi'haU f --- -- irj !l-; !' _

\ Howard Buildings,Market s;kare. expenses incident thereto, viz: ,' S t!| to Henry Hull a nonresident, purchased expose for sale before the Court HOHI cnnif \L CfJtch"vh.h .
\ by wi
by i 9836 acres more or ICKT, being part iff door in thecity of 2 t. Augustine on the first Monday S TCHir.PwtertoP uu Qi
4 Bowl ti Alley, Liqttori find Refreshment, a gnnt 0 I the said Henry Hull from James James, and rrsurn'. I l\hddrn. Shtrryltnd
t r F. Bridier, Cit):ottl. *L k 10,000 acres grouted by the Spanish Government ed by: William Forward.. State taxe's due by ot February: ne.xt the following described prop I Crnn.ly.lJollltnd Gin rortwsea C"15
\ Antonio lIucrtu.llill1lttd in fit Johns erty or so much thereof an, will iLt State MononsroMa b1, .
Philip G3mez.itRetailer of Liquors, Refreshments, Crtamy. near i Henry Hull for J50 pay and ted Vjp3
42 .
j S j Bridier's Bowlin fix Mile Creetand located in Township 6, S. Range 800 county tax for the year,If 50( and the t.iquonCuldial.&c., forBlackin Jt by .
&.c., Charlotte .treet opposite ; ; County iax at 2. per cent OR State tax 11 necessary expenses t. Jo..b 9 '
c 2W E. returned by John M. Fontane, agt. arid asseswiaa Unless : incident there to, viz: ; BF..C.tilih1try ',
and
before
Alley. .jptjV taxes expenses are paid the
I day.
: S r __ 3d rate. :, I 1 of sale. S : 46 1 acres 3d rate Ian Jon the Pkolata road west I

I t S STAGE OFFICE.- .etate. tax d. eby Antonio Huertat for 1350, 810- R. B. CANON Sheriff and tX-ofT. II of St. Augustine about nine miles therefrom lying I I J LIST' received a few dozen ;..

\ (Iffiejcf I the Picolata M&ilStage. D dier'a City 58':1; J I' Tax Asj>es ior Snd follector s i r. partly in sec i and see 2 of t6wnhip 7. soul h orange pervious tl water and RendmL atiffiBS

t I I '>1: County tax at 35 per cent on State tax, 6i i{! 15. St. Augustine, Oct. 26th 1850. I I 28 east, granted to Flora L-. lie and not re- : Cant polish without destroying gives itssotc the .riel' aaj
and ppWa
I : I Unless taxes expenses are paid before"the day turned. S i 1 ne qualities. .

..,::! -. 1 S CHURCHES. of sale. J Tax Collet r'S -iaie. I Unless taxes: and expenses are pajj before the day I# Uecco1Dlt'ndd !

t\ ; S .-r. 1Znnz5. C.tlaotie Church. North side. MonumenHotel. R. B. CANOVX,Sheriff and e;- y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I of sale. for HamE'tl"s Carria .,Ar. .

.I l'square., ':, S ;'. SS Tax Assessor and Collector'f.l. c. B shall expose for sale before the Court House I Il. D. HANOVA, Sheriff andS ox-off- ,I -- S At Retail. B. K. C AL

S pj't pd C1KJ'r.l. South side Monumtntfinare."jVr St. Augustine,Oct. 26th / j door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Mondayof i Tax A esor and Collector, s j e1t.5 t CabbnK Potatoes j'ppJ I l "-

,, f S .5y' etkn CAtfrrA. On St. pcorge street, Tax"ollcctor'. Sale.[ February' next the following described) propertyor Augustine, Oct. 26th. 1850. P schooner Gipsej. now !andcbocear1ie j1
S South tbftquare. ., : so much thereof will pay the 5>ate and county I' 5S I V *>geta{WteJ
of
; : virtue the power-vested in ma -- t'earn AppU ,1aUA
M"A 4l.: ChaftL St. George street, near the BY by law, I tax(or the year 1850 and the necessary expenses incident Frcjih r M;agt'It,8tring and bunch Cr.
l : : halloxpoae for sale before the Court house at ,, Supplier. Onions Har, Oau
.Japoba :ROUtt. c MelloOTille. the thereto vtz : Cosjouth now discharging Bean, Rice.for sale Wholesale '
County
OO-aDietln thf at reUi
S first Mon Picolata or
lot of land in silt city of BRIG a
S One St. late .
Augustine, Oct.
lot of 12. 185U.
f the fol!! applies which B.B.CAM-
S .j day February next >wirg described artf offered to the .
: property belonging to John Guiger decea! bounded north ;
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,
EASTERN CIRCUIT much thereof will the Trade original Packages out retail.
or aa
to srue
COURT.
OP pay .nd :
TFKMS county
e by lot of Mrs. Josiah Smith West by.lot If ilrs, Old
Joe thereon for the Jfi50 wit t 3Qrktns Goshen Eutll."r, 10 Lnrrt'ts Vlrlll1la'Untter Uzta i'd
S OFFIJORIDA.ntt tax yrar to : Lari 1 "
t I : C. C. "nJ'nonlIndf'D'-t ty tlto old Tan Yard
notttiurned.
hoiee
lOGO Or.io* bbl App1e.5 boxes Chtf'I I ifel \irinit.i llama do iTo do Shoal
: : Ttta.Ftif acre*. belonpaf or toppoard to bcltlDI let (,1S110'Cantly.. C ,
;I, ; S :rauts at Orange sn4Ft Lurie, at MelInApril. lames OrmoaJ. S R. B. C.t.ovA. ShenrTand .ofT. Cnckt"r. dried ntf. !:am!. F. .-I. D..( I rnjts. Kit IS-S i riodd'Fulton. mirkeail msdtf do Dried B I
:orrx I3t'ONiorifanJ : Ins. Almond, c trGp.!, with ilra dot ** er *l.1du Butter do de Leaf tarf. Af
.. $ the tbsrl TIt'S7 curran, other nrticlesmpktinzrur i ,
Tax Afi
I e. S I or and Coife! .
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