The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00044
 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: January 4, 1851
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00048575:00044

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. ''Ii#I ,' t THE'"A 'c.IENr citySATURDAY" I TIlE BRITISH PERIODICAL.' I A PRAIRIE SIGHT-BY :MESOELL.Oh' Sage BfiLDiso.i* PKECOS I THE BITZRS BIT.-The biter- does sometimwi i .

,JSt .. s.r.unIISihz&A, WUkLxis -I .UD THE boundless sea of living; ,green From n private, Better, received at this get bitten. Abolitionsmsometfmcs) get% bum. .. 4. :!

\ .. ,;, FAHTf: Ett'S VIDE.. .. how many souls have wondered o'er oftice" ,ur.der.d. .d!pC tl Jlilwrpkee. Oregon": t.Octt bugged! ,''but ns'trt' niiiititarhictlt. .. .::rr. _
/ .. ay Thes! tace. t-flrr tnd 1\V'p-; lt >btI! ':.+-td-.t' ., l't .---y htt'inWtdr ,;-ta4drt botn) h '
, ; \ ii.'WF.8; :'F I '' 4 :cr. : t 'j .3 LEOA'DSCOTT t & Co., ,.(h.. .w 4' "f. 1 JtJ'P"i'1Vn. nth fP"u"6'htr. fti o-M'f ens, IrviJlinm l.1 the great excitement a ,few days-r incl j',growinl' 3

'.. '. t..uC'l.. .It. : ... :Sao .b 1,c, t'D..' ..iOtEtitfi0i--t 4rlir Wnerelii to sleep tor'( (evermore ,' :'Ua.liscom. who within tt few years past, hay out of thu caution of the fugitive slave law at

o ... ae"hoto txrvwe rc .f nt'mue to publish the fnur haling Ilrtish f I built several fine fitcamboats nnd ship's in the 'East, a loafing vagabond a negro,,. who

r vrteo r 13 Ultra or under, for the Quarterly Reviews and Rlackwonil'tf Magazine .1 oku(1on( the painted flower. : Newburypi'rt, this Slate and Portsmouth N. H. has btvn a wtlt: -kntyr'"'n dock loot r about our

1i ,,' 1"4.1! }Inn CUTS for trach uW'
nacjUoa tor'notion', In.ner'ud'forwxinoathii. ihepuhlicnijun of a valuable Agricultural mirk.tire spot where dropped attar 'I,24 feet wi.le.nnd 6i feet deep in Oregon, tar Uniuu Village: in iiiij &;ate, on some business
;dJr 1tA deduction will be Made 'work called tlie.GUIDE. While some lost angel: hovered near, L'.tt Whitc.omb &. Co. to run on the Columbia connected with the .Ii nothing society of which

;.: 'FAR1JEll' TQ SCIENTIFIC AND A inoniMit on her shining wing. Itivt'r. The shiF-yard is established on the &ihibn i.i a most industrious: member. The ,

::N'b 1tlnt2'2iJ'IJ PRACTICAL Willamctt River, ut Milwaukee; u small, but ub+,Iitiuni t theru ked him If he was d fugi i.

Will be xccuU'd 4 tn rraaouable. terms ACRICULTURE, listen to the larkV wild song, enterprising and rapidly growing ton nt th' tivesinye2 Cu1P+'c to curry on a joke, (for the
-" By HEKBY STEPHENS, F.: R. S.,of Edinburgh And! turn to where sonw gustiinz! rill. head of ship navigation on that river and fellow is u [traciie.il joker) replied in the affirmative

1'axToilectortS ,& tle.y author ollhe .nllilk oJ flit fan/." ti- ;., &c.. as' Meanders! from a woodland brit eight miles trom Oregon City. when: upon"they treated him very
law 1 siICtl"d hy ionic 1) NUCTOS. M. A", New llavetioftmantic And (laugh as it it rw'er' had felt The facilities for ship-building nt Milwaukee.i J kiidly!I raised money'for him, gave him good
virtue of the verted in me by
B Iiili expoec fur power pale .before the Court louse Agriculture; ill Yale Cullybt: &.c'. Necesiiy for being still. \ are considered equal if not superior, to those:i dinners, some very excellent clothing,and with .

door to the city of $t. AU'Mine. on the first Monday &c., A thousand swelling lays I catch of any port in the Unit' d State letters from brother this lu somebody that sent
*+fFlf"ar"! Wih following kserileiI proprf" i This highly valuable work will comprise' 1 note a thousand blending hues The keel of the-steairer 'now building there I him on his way from'town to town, everywherelucciving '

.- 0.1110 mucli Uirrvof( a* will pay tLe State and two litriru royal octavo volumes, containingover A thousand perfumes floating by,; is all in one piece. The tree from which it { the:same attention & at Union ViI.

muty tax Jilt thereon fur the year 1850, and the 1400 pages, ;with 18 or :0: splendid steel I Enters senses as I try was taken;: was cut within a fe.w rods'of the ;; lage.At '

nrcraMiy tJl(>>>f'UI'C'IJ iiiciJeut thereto viz: en*ravings, Aid more than COO engraving on To win my soft measures: from muse. yard, and -asurrd; 124 feet to ih.3, first limb, I last having reached' Whitehall. Samba
200, acres unud being an uudiviJcd half' of one wood, in the highest hllcofthlH'ft illustrating : my and nl 155 feet 8 inches it wa ':cut oflT nnlihcw4.ullt thought! he would come back to New York,

hundred acre tract situated between Durhin'a wanip almost every implement of husbandry: now in But nil in"vain My mood is sad 9 by 14 inches. There are two sawmills and! r.' cuntehisdo k-loatiagagninhavingmade

i and the twelve wile .going to St. Joluw Blulttiuia UM the best fanners the l last methods oYploughini I strive but cannot smile; and! now, adjoining the shipyard, constanly .cm- money and comfortables enough in the fugitive

St. Augn tine, which raid tract bat. U-en n i ;, planting, hnyiinrharvesting, &.c.,the A trembling steals through every limb ,loved in getting out tinbcr for the ship. slave "'fruFsincs: ," to make !him tolerably inde

f'eoll'IUfVt''rd by the U. late*. vnriUu.domestic atjinals in their hi her't perfection Wjld) l fancie on'my vision swim, builders. The land nt Milwaukee, nnd in t:e nieat,! d.iring the winter. He tells the story

AU 500 acres at "'t'l"t'1iIe: Ot-o.awauip J. F..being Clark pot ; in short tnexvxirl< feature ut the lutok Cold drops of sweat roll from my brow. its vicinity, is excellent, as nriy be seen by I{ of his adventures, with great gusto, and parti

?X. ,4:groat*f JWO atreunl.lt' to ani h Government u?, is uniqu and will render it of incuIeulalK the heavy growth of pine, fir, ark, cedar, I cularly the ilistingui.-hod attention paid him

nV lOih July 1814 by the UuileJ J"i >Statef.AloSW' : ; value to the student ot agriculture. To chase such dreaming from my brain and hemlock timber, standing thereon. The by the -'b-g folks." He spent several days at
anti ffcently tcn-I surveyed Deep creek ou the Ealll The work is bring published in Scmi-mnnth leave thccamp-truil far behind ; climate is' deligtful being, for the most of the house .of ex-Governor Sinde, of Verment.
at or our

nleuf St. Johns River being part of a grant fur t I ly Numbers, of 61 pars each exclusive of the And humming as I ride alone, the, time like our Indian Summer. Burn now advises his'fellow. loafers, and the

HJOO rc*.made ty& the BpanWi Government to uco.j Steel cnlttnviugs, and', is sold nt 25 Cents eachor ootU4 love-lay in an under tone, .I Oregon is fast becoming populated: with n free blacks generally to go into "de Id'incs, .

f Clarke on' the 15th:; February, 181 t. 1 $5 for the entire work iu numbers of which Though. seated! pea-bedes slowly wind hardy active and entorprising |eople, who aid make "cnd rtune." The cream of the joke

AW bOO acre jit or near .|>ep creek on die east there will bo at least twentv-two. will ere long supply C.alifiJruio.llnd mot or'C in this'case, is to be found in- the fact, that the l

idepf dt.: .J hna river bringtart of n grant fur 200U The British Periodicals hvpublished are asfallows. And bring my jaded horse at last the inhabitants of the Pacific ocean' with follow wag n yer South of Mason's and Dixon's

acreiiuade toG J F Clurke ") the Spnni,,h Govern- Viz.: : To where u tuft uf bull-grass grows ; ships and vegetable produce.! Her ,tim'ier line iu his life He was born at .Saratoga, in

went un the 13th February, Ifclll, which two Mid The Lmnlun Quarterly Review (('onset vativc.) lie mndly leaps aside ; a boiioI'iespardnn I .nd. fertile soil, tint tho character of hur this State in 1820, lived a while in Pennsylvania -
each bar" bern recently' eurveyrdby The Rttiiio : :;: in tin sun' chance thrown, cnvi.il. |le nnd in this
trance al I OV inert Edinburgh Whijr.) citizens: bespeak for her an reputation latterly city but never in a
_ jhc 1oit..dtotra The biirlh British Recieto (Fre.>Church.) Upon u blutJining prairie ruse. among the civilized nations of the M" orU) slave S:8tt'. -The "documents' given him by

- Also" iiHOO acres on 1IO"h s Luke side with of:\\Uunacrevk. John river The, Westminster Retieic(l Jihcrnl.: ) Deep stained by mold! with here and there DusiuTI Clllono'!lre. some ot the abolition gentry he fell in with,
rt ANDfiLACKWOOD'S aro exceedingly rich.-JV. Y. Cor. Feiinsylta '
{Small pieves"ground: uhd fine .
half of n 4000( acre tract ur- crumbling ; .
the Northern further Ainerictm Cillztns and
being tm nla.
t't',).rI there: for John U ro ward.Win(!r part ufii a {irnnt Enl DUlGU, 3 .\GAZINE AH if u stroiiif and :oillvacjaw'.J; I .Vessels the Outrages English.-We have received the -- -, .- _. ,
( nce3 und.. to sold Byoword ou the 24thM (Tc.ry.) \ II..J! f'-ast'.-d 0:1: tin: frame, beforeDecay !!
10,000 Ridiculous Trade
cl the
l following intelligence by, brig George, from Legislation: In .;
Although thesu works tiUtln; uiahcd! could its bluei li line.I ,
uru truce
I ulurll.l'ilj+: .u .;- bv Central America. When the American steam Prussia.Hrrr ---
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;, \* >:i,1j yuespituattI I oil the west of""i'leot .Matnnxni'mrr the political, shades above indicated! vet but u turn' to fly It seems to move cr. "Director" arrived at San Juan, having onboard von der Hwydt, the Minister of Commerce .

1 br'uiy!; 1111 undivided parr a bOO am i small' portion of their content* is devoted to A trnmUinghalf-starved: prairi mouso the agent of the littt'r, -nceanic Canal I is one of the loudest advocates of the ,,... -. ,. -.z
old Urittwh
...:. \ (rat t, '"ml-d! till the old North Fit4J.Alsu byau. sonic- political subjects II is their literary character )1 I.s' tirade her ue. within the ring, Company a rcpectgble. gentleman of New old absurd guild laws, which are enacted with t
\\\allt'IIIt ctAlrJ? llubtsr'a which gives them theircliiefv.tlueand in ""* York was boarded of greater severity in Prussia than in other s r,
When | ; IheJ'vesscI by a party any
\ o1' tft. Atawtine en the rsrt ( ui arrow oiictt iiyiestorliig"i; ) l
the city !
I lot ill ,. j ttheysaudCoufiscdly .fur, above all 'olii11 of I the continent. These I laws I
\\ Ft om the feathers,: of tlie mountain marines from the British war frigate "Persian, part however
.Qoo( | \ .t IHat
r Mari..e.f i ltet%J'4Jo.I1 i n" '-'>l'\\\U; t }t\ MJr'\ the I ; Journals their cla!s s. J11f14rflfl.touU/; tinder now lying at Nan Juan. Tne first lieutenant are becoming: too absurd to be tolerated

K "h' ', and A rw-i-MasJfinW esteiidinu, from Aid utrcH to low watrr the masterly iruidanoii W JArw/o/iArr .Y+,/A/,, A liutinn: skull is bleichiogtu-ar; ; of ihi'iJrr.ish: frijinte! addressed! the captain of I much longer m u serious state like Prussit.: : :
/m-')-k of tll'ullxa..It., bounded on th! .rlhhy l maintains i it* u'ncient celebrity, and i is, utthittiinouiHisuum'aUractive Six:: grinning: 'teeh the suck.:t3 show ; the Diieetor and informed him that he should) I The confectioners of Dreslau recently com-

|lilt !-oiitiinu| Margaret: : CoV, late thee pn.prrty of I from the set ial! works A huh is criHlwd betwew'ti thu e es ; remove his vessel hunt the position which it plaited that tho common bakers bake sweet

" lti.4.and \\' iitl'lIIn"l-tt'ct'I"iI"1. All the al ive des- |I of Oulxvcr anJ other )aa.rtrIlotatJcol"! written A !. athered arrow by jt lies occupied.! The captain remonstrated; urged cakes, -inJ that they trespass; upon the privileges

:t ('rili.-ti prt'jff'rl1111| returned Ly Jt>hn M. Fontane, (lor that: magazine and first appearing; in its And not far oil, a broken lI Jw. that his'cssl'l otfeicd no obstruction to nav- oft thin pasry-cook: and confectioner U i no'iloin "

\tf.-nt. and the land: rssrrst'd Uti 3d rate s&tat,' luxei culunis both in Great Uritain rind in tlu- UnitedMates. ietiun.C.: but all to no purpose A body of ::. The grave and learned magistrate:

trot hyCuuutytax estate et <(<. J F. Clnike. for 1850, $I:; VU Such works as "Thy l'u i I'oIlS" anti Was it a deed of violence: 1 Knglirh; sailors, under! the direction of the first of thu city, appealed to decide the question,

'. at a.::i>er cent, 04 00 "My New Novel" (luili bv lltihver.) My Peninsular Or did gaunt t'linin: strike: him dj\vu, ? lieutenant, put the American captain aside, naturally required the bakers to produce .unv

I'uleM tdxe* utid t-xi+.eubei| are paid before the day Medal," "The, Given Ilanil: 'and other To assured\ I stooped apace, seized his vessel! and dragged her to'a position pies of 'heir ,ware. The court was retailed

i" 4f bale.' serials cf which numerous rival edition are And L'urdin'cry closely, trace indicated by the English consul ut San with a variety of pips and patties, all of which '
." lit D. CAjjOVA ShnfiflTnml cx-olf. i issued by the leading publishers in iliis.century scalp-knife's circle on the crown. Juan IThe 'Were nibblfnl M by the bench, who then seriously .

, Tux AMCtMir lend Collector, M. ;. C.SL.AIguatmt have to be reprinted by those' pitblishers IVoiii i passengers nnJ' of the Director decided that the cakes were cakes and ,

.. ,.Oct-. --61h.- 'tO...\ the pages of Ulack wood efiertt hits be n issued God save me from a fate like this I I were then obliged to appear.src\V before the '-Captain not bread!.and! thai the bakers of Breslau ware I
Nature's law th
. "Tax: coll ctor'- Sale.J1Y by Messrs. SaM t\- Co., sir, hat Subscribers to I 'Tis it m\n must dm of the Port" of Sun Juan a Jamaica AVgk'w, in future to coniinc themselves to the produce

. virtue i.f he power vested in tueby law I.fliiil HIM Uenrintol'that( Magazine may: always rely Pat when 1 hear bat; trumpet" call and required to give up their arms! lion of cake tirade with yeast. Sugar H: pro.
IXpuse far Bale N-fore the Court llou- on having the earluii leading of these fu&cinu- I wish to s.,)', ugooJ bye, to all, When! ihe Director was about to proceed hibited in the Breslau bake houses and the
alt MelUiviliw\ in the county of Ornn .'. on the first ting tales. And namejhevsp'jt: where I :shall lie. up' little 0-'
i the river thb English consul informed the can- children must henceforth wander to the

.; Monday tFvbrVBT) much,iheicof. next, a the* will followiiig pay the d&wribcd tate and I J TOU1S., I flow IT Voltl.S.Ir.. John---- ilyrick, n rt's.J. fain and the agent of the canal cumpinythut: privileged but dearer shops lor their cakes

property. eoo'ftu'ur t' due thereon for the year 1850and theuerei I! per inn pectablc citizen of lIl'rdfurd County, North the vessel: could. nut be stirn-d!. without u'letterif und tarts.
For of the four Reviews : :
one .
any 4,00 permission from him! The said he
n ,. -iiryeprii( o.. incident -irioto\vit I : Carolina, u short time since, was prapisring; to captain
For two do! I I
::1 555 5-l acres north nr Indian River..near iu For tiny three do! 5,00 emigrate with his family and iirgroes to u I required no such permission. and was about \ GOLD MISE is LoW: DEs COCXTTT, GEORGIA.-
orHUpptnedtoVlona: 10 heirs of Fernando any 7,00 more Southern State fur the moving his vessel, when th English consultold'him
; l'nd.ltulolling: 'i purpose of cstab- A letter to the Ylaiila lltpublita says : "! had i
For all four of the Reviews
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8oo I
that if he .
i Lowe. JOHN SlAlPrJONVheriffand: Iii,hing a cntion plantation., A leunays previous attempted to proceed his the pleasure a few days since. of seeing a
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For Ulackwood's upecirmm
Magazine I
'd' Tax collector, o. c. 3,001 I to the time \\hichhe had fixed lor his vessel would be sunk, pointing, at the.same time, of gold taken f..OI.the bcd of the
For Blackwood and three Rr'i'icws.
IJ ... 9,00 the from the
Nova 2. to cannon frowning portholes of
he his slaves uf his :
For Ulackwood;: and the four Reviews i departure, apprised I River\ near Carter's Ferry Lowndes! | County, 3
the British in the
war-frigate '
*q Tux Collector' l and wime half dozen! of theta being averse bay. I I' a" The gold was discovered some
I' St. Little ,Count For Farmer's Guide (complete in 22 Nos) $5,00 There being some women on board the Director by persons
Snlc.. to accompany their master, ran n"''')". who were hunting in that vicinity. Some
IP Y' virtue of the power vested in uic by law, I Payments to be made in all cases in Advance.. ) They were apprehended after beiirh out a fexv the captain was obliged: to snbmii; and considerable doubt was expressed us to the

. 11 hare levied uptni| anti will ts| for ale at CLUBUIXG. days: and lodged!, in the jail ot Isle of Wight accordingly, the agent of the canal companysat genuineness of the article when first discovered. :: -. -

-ga', the lloweoi ftlajor.} W. F.' Kutorll near Fort 1'ieice A discount of tirrnty-jue! cent, from the County in this State. On :being searched down and penned u letter to the English It has since been ascertained to be pure. ,
the Indian River (there bnng no Court House! it'T jeer free were found their consul asking permission lo proceed up the The
f "*u above prices will be a turned, to Clubs orderin papers upon personspurporting same person informed me that there were
: river San Juan The letter having been directed
the County) in tit.Luricounty; Florida on Mona four of I to coin; from the Clerk of that some two hundred persons engaged! in extract.
or more copies any one or more of thu "San Juan de
Jaytite1,2hlydayof( '-Frhrhary.A.I.is.i.betweenre above works. Thus 4 of I County, which serves 'lo prove that we hate Nicaragua was returned ing it from the rock. California is near home
otale the following, d"'scril cJ iracn : copies Black uot d or Kivitha command tfydirect it, "Gre 'towu"I!
the umalhuiur* I I insidious men in our mist! who are acting! the } Any person wishing to' visit the mines can
fit Review will be
one sent one address for
thereof will the &ule the permission obtained!, and the
.flaut''.or IIU 'much a* pay Finally, ; was
thee dose
j I itb'Iitionistsand'iiitling I misguided without! first for
part : procuring some 8300
$9 : .a copies of the four Reviews and Black- ; ,
and muiy iota, a**IaeJ! thereon for the year, iu their the orginal letter of the consul may be seen in your the '
ctfccling to
creatures their hence.
.l lt .{'Jau'iJ 1850. wood for 830; and so on. city We have read the letter Eds. Sun. purpose expenses
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t t tJ the North ride C\flhl' River .y Orders from Clubs must be sent direct to North. It is: thought that there are large: quantities of
500 OB New \; ork. It Ellcry of American
amtiijuate seems Capt. ,
: But this $js all in connection with
of not this dust in thosa regions. The miners fearful
; Indinn Riv the discount
into publishers no from these
.: f I. Srlmf t\, river empties pricescan GYUS arrested ,
\ ship was by negro policemen -
matter :Mr. Myrick arrived with his abscond that the river will rise and wiil be
::.:.:. grin the vtiuty tf St. Lucie, Florida whieh 1aidOU be allowed to Agents.: \ in the name of the of England t they j
of th.000rrr in;:' property-which for the purpose ut'secut queen compelled to nbtndun the treasure, as it lava I
acre see prl d .the Fleming' grant ;Money, current. ni the States ,whcrq issued! Juan
The at Sail is the Jamaica
nit he hna hand-cuhW.! postmaster in'the bed of the far \
-. and are bounded on the North by vacant will be received at jmr. )' ; Thursday eveningj river so as
nigger above of who also hulds theoffice
spoken ,
land, on the: East b)' Indian River on the S..utb t>ySt. I ltrtnittijces and communications should i in the cuts rat l..uuth-\Vhen a party of Letters from
of the the
&-bntt llnf It i"",a11d OH the \\'.>..1,)' thelHiulxof I l he always address postpaid! or Irankcd,,to the I negroes discovering what was going on assembled Uniten captain port. Americans V'uGru.JIJELS.: : .-The Richmonder ENp r.. ,
arise.. eJ JoluilVimUudCol.Juba ,around the anti in States address to prominent ,
the Fleminggrant. agaiu A/ajor Publishers. cars indulged themust has se;n a very rich! and beautiful t
in America whenever specimen
Central are destroyed \
M. Fontano. j and odious
impudent language epithets '
LEONARD SCOTT CO. ofplurhhaio.turnedupbya plow on the land
" they fall into the hands! of this worthy \\
l'nk..tb..uHdt'l't'On and the coxta are paid :, in reference to the being
j owner. Indignant at of J R. ,.
: I I ;G FCTTOX STREET, New York, British This has been in hn Edmonds E q.,Halifax County. !
:: In-fore the rfsy U( "..*. < assailed in such manner, Mr. Myrick functionary proved j
There is mine of
the substanca
Kntraitcc: a
r 51 Gold st. t running \ '
P. U-tUAYTn. l h-eritTand ex-off several, instance.
-- --- struck one of the fellows with his list in the halfa mile hill
-- through a and which
'rove TaMJollector. Cwuuty of :rft. Lude.Xov An Ordinance Mtpplhmmlarj-, nti face, who, in return threw brick at Mr. :M. The above facts we believe.' 'need no com- be inexhaustible. It lips' lamine appearsto

1C, ,. .- OI'dhaUI"C+ t nlitlttln Ort;sunuce inflictiiif'a heavy blow in the Hide. The vil- ment. Occurring nt a port the undisputed similar coal very }
IOjf to : deposits. The bed lies about |
lo the property of England, they would I loudly call:
relating Police of lian.wuuld have been shot bn the spot by Mr.i half a mile from B tnni.ter river navigable !
11 Tax Collector'x .tale. the of St. .\ittttiue." for investigation. Occurring at a port where
w a City Myrick had there not been danger that
i, for batteaux as far as Weldon! whence the .
rtat *f the power vested in far by law'I : lie il cmLzillrJ, Tliat no person or persons unotll-nding in the ero\vd mihllinve England is a usurper-a port rmtc" f.ee to us
.BY'irtM person I be Norfolk
to and
d be |w* iunlll...-fcforf hf Court .v ioussaiMellonvillein whatever,, vending, goods, wares or otherwise, been wounded or killed from the darkness by the state ot Nicaragua-they constitute a plumbago may transported !l'
markets. The
, ar\ \ \l h .eowray ofXr>nt>r.onahe:fir't Mou- tetadmitspirituonslignore in a public or open shop anti confusion of the hour.i"fhe' offender! series of outrages such as no nation having the other' specimen referred to is .
was in into
. day lay of February,i U/Uiu/ fellowhiR deacj>J proi>ertjr. within, the.city, shall on any pretence employ! !or permit identified and arrested and carried slightest respect for its character, could for a used to advantage converting steel and
t rw> tour;);"tt'\'or a> will pay 1M Wale and county any negro,or other slave to.sell anyeuchpooita, yesterday, moment tolerate.-Eds. Sun. .in the, finest and m delicate castings of iron. t
!titer ustlue thl't'onfor the,ycnpg:;o, and the nrcejMjryt wan;* or other article' or article unless the owner: before Justice Nash of Portsmouth, who or- A piece: of the matal, with specimens of other .

,,)- 'JJM ue incident lherru, to wit: tht-rrof,9r Mine white pers>n of, lawful age in theemploy : tiered him to receive thirty lashes on his bareback GOV. FLOYD OF VIRGINIA Virginia: minerals, is to b
5000 afcrr*. bend uf Indian River beloncmc or of such owner hipresent, and every;, person ;' well laid on, and that his owner be required (; has lately sent a to the Exhibition. The B troodale plumb tgo mines

..han su t,t cased to long to Duncan L. Clinch herein offending shall forfeit and pay the sum,of Five to give bond in a heavy penalty for legislature"OY. Fioyd Virginia which message he recommends England is the only OH in that country,

,;' ..fl ur tl'eos shetiWand dollars for each and every ofiVncr.wl-h' : costs "r tint. his future good behaviour. In default of resolution all is exceed ndr! valuable: and as scrupulously I

-- ", Tax collector, 0.c., .' fasted in Council Iecetnber,1P50. i which ho was committed'to jail. He is the :: that body to adopt inviting guarded as if ,it were gold. 'I i,
Union unite in
It the States of the to sending &
Nnv.2.'i I ; of .Mrs. 'V ebbVe have .tcl.1 .
COULD : property n
E. B. iiaypr.Attest. ., great the whole in -
i 3 T tt (; '-'-l C'' r'. .'''"'e. I _CHS. IlAAacR., t/'ietkof, Council. I reverence: for the laws, but our opinion is egates era) Convention to represent which oughtto people assemble a at ANJT.I"t: Io\s; : FaAr.Ve karn fro-n it!

.,d + >Y virtue of (lie power vented in me by law, I Old Virginia hitter, Hums r.nrd. that'the miscreant should be hung without an early period not later than May, at Baltimore the Western x in th it tive wagons belonging) !. '
SL9 sunlit expose for ale before tae Court Honne the benefit of trial, as an example and terror to the train ot L',uis & Coaner when .
Wbt. at Virginia. Hams do do do Shoulder! ,, tor the purpose of bringing to an end allsectional near
Mellouvillein the county of.Orangepn the first Mon. Choice to all others in like cases oniondinXorfolk Devil'i river being about four miles
marked Ham?;do do Dried Beef, controversies relative slavery. The :: ahead of.
day ol Febrlaiy nur,tt.e Toltowau: dt. ribed property do do Mes Beef do do Butter,do de Leaf Lard Ap 'I 1 A'lu1. Governor' goes on to remark, that to this_Convention the others of thu train were attackel by In.

!dM fat or 90 much therrofaa will pay the sate and county tax pie, Cabbages, Onions amorted, Craekrs, FloridaOtaPI" all-should be invited who are in favor dians supposed to boJ Cam tnch ?s. Keechhs... .

Nf tenon thereon incident lor thereto iHe year: 1850,and the neceaurr ex* ", Dried Fruits. PerSchri, Gipecy. 'I I A BOCSCISG Bor.-The Marshal engaged in of:he perpetuation of the Union and who to I Seminoles! and Lipans. Nichohs Andreas "

gR' COO at'ft't. belonging to eria wppoted to B. E. CARR, taking cencus for the third district of St. attain this result are in favor of the Fugitive a German, Charhs Pavouskv P 'le, and ,,' :

f Aatoaia Le oard,,-. ,- belong to Groceries Provision* &r. Louis, has noted among his interesting statistic Slave Law honestly enforced-who are opposed Wjllium Brown and Per Loran, Am!ricnn-*, ;i

AI.l\Jr-19acrN at Sniyrwa'cld wharf. I choice lot ,of Duller Sugar,, choice Ham, I *, opposite the name of Chas. Ware, the to its repeal. or essential modificationand were killed and three' ohers were wound :J. ... 1
: JOHN A very following: mem : -Aged eight months: is twenI adverse further The Indians! were mostly armed with rifle- I
.... tiJlIt'aON."henft'. and Il Baken, Pork. Crackers Fnh Teas Coffee, Bpi, who arc to any agitation
... ,.'"'' i I.,:. t .Tai eo1iettort, o, c, I tea &c. by chr, Crrru'Jus discharged fortaleby ., ty-right" inches high ; weighs 30 pounds and nt the slavery question either in Congress or in They plundered the wagons and drove.offsoro t
.-, "'. .' .aI titt. ni i i 1'i 'I t.t at.4a ia; Stara I D, Il. C.\RR. talks, ThatchapwilJdo.+ the States thirty oxen.
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t I >< tJJt''ANCIENT (;l'l't.I I r We copy the t following from (the Savannah not l believe it-and look upon it as another 'y' 'Onr relghburufth- Jicksottville Uentiblif -'IIh- -- "' -. <:IJ :.,;;;:
::( : min "h.'Oftel .-
r '\ >Q Georgian of the 261h ,Dec. and commend it to I I Mind to put oil'Southern: { action, until the wily 'I' I' K-o l f in : him, heuJej by I
is sally in \
veteran Wiicher
ficai error supposing us ever to.av I&Il: Ihe I
i tflc1 ndilry schemes of the abolition fanatics1will ,1
the careful pcrusaPaud: consideration of nil I '. ,. i the exhibited /
s I draw around+ us another ami another cord I .evjucU'd AIM, to endorse: Mr. Yulees{ pa- I' part uncxtimpU! ? of superiority
who still clillJ/ o thu delusive hope ; that. tri I tit patriotism: tu party, which w
wlll'n'H beyond
1 shall\ lind ourselves so completely t course: IIp-.HI th:, question of the day ; t all!

\ r kindness or. even, 1 justice' will, (if it can bcavoidcd 'ensnared, that rei i>:anco wi'.l: be ih.possible. ; or !upon an}' other: sublet, however laudable pr.use. i tfi' "'. ..x .
br meted l the Northern tin pruul "fthi". we refer the law
) out to us by fa- to following and his
-- -hu.oo'fnrtrof the Draltleborn letter 'of I he State Vermont, passed and ,approved praiseworthy acts may have been ; Ohio on, the slave' question.It .

jEQu..urrr OF FEDERAL incurs AID DEUn3JlnrI in the year 1S43: and which: still remains on \ve by no means looked 'for such liberality, is 'Komi "
n Iyt jcrsille
written the late acCnt' the VermontL''gUlmure A tit h
RESISTANCE TO ALL WHO Ol'FOsE THEM. : c.\pairi the itat'uje books : .or rather justice from that quartcr -- ur friend, I acl eJhat.}
I _.. ._ the Fu ; even '0. strawtv itl show :wbi".h
'- -'- --- nullify ing I Congressional: is way wind
t I Vermont JLa-.v,of IS,13.: apparently one of those ,ui.happily constituted "
I' i i'I ST. AUGUS" Slave Law i is than futile and blows. AVe think the r.1 c'ion of the
EJASU"RY 4,1851. "itive worse It is hereby entcteJ by the fifjirrjAssembly beings:; who can discover 1I0Illcitin boIi

f I ___ the explanation: of that act, however well rf the Stale if Vermont, afulutc* : acts that do not emanate from his own immediate I tioh Gov., Ford, to the U. S- Senate in these '

t't 4 Plank Roads. nnd honestly designed, arc entitled to but little SEC. Ii| Xo court of record in this State, nor. political: party-wo think it would have troublous tiny; would as shadowing the
I-J}! I any judge thereof no justice of the ; 'feelings of his stair the
Scarce weighthen placed in juxtaposition will peace upon agitating qUell
an exchange' from the Southern I oilier j, been more consistent with delicacy! for him to rar
nor magistrate under! the authority
acting of thr afford
section: of the Union reaches us that dues not u laxv of very similar import passed by the of this State, shall hereafter lake cogni '| have left the Sentinel lo j-jn-ak for itself ; but i day n decidedly' unprupitjou. '

,. i ; ,I Itreat of this cheap and easy: '-nethud ofkintcr'Communication i same body seven years ago. It will perhapsbe ztnce'ufurgrult!! an) 1-ertilieato, warrant or !f, perhaps( he doubted its competence,and. therefore auury for Southern Rigts-Ihe indication

-\ ': and even i r-our own State, urged that this also: was the hasty act, of other proeoS. in .an)'-+.aSe arising under ec-' volunteered as "an older and! a better soldier on the subject from that quarter; have long
a !' lion three of :an net of Congress passed Feb been the opposite of
) and! our own immediate neigliburhoud'lhc subJect -, a reckless: and mischievous fewJ.AvhflfJbaught: ," to sep: fl/rrh\i: its Champion-mairsyno encouraging and the one '
ruary twelfth, sevente/i bundled and ninety- r : under immediate
'' : consideration;
1! I I has awakened public[ attention-why; i U it the eobei.minded! and correctly feeiipg part three. entitled ".in act respecting fugitives less than consistency i i is a jetcsl. \\'c con : by ao '

,,I that St. .August which" is: in its: ne: so nincliin lion of their 'fellow Law-g \'cr'sj n 'PPA!-r; and from justice, unL!' persons escaping from the I fess we: are unable! to understand the s'oundnej means calculated: improve the prospccU ..

j 1 :.. ad vance of her sister! towns} should t be'so I I took advantage of the slumbers to 40 the service of their masters ," to any person>> : claiming r admire the qaulity of reasoning, exhibited be TnE elected SEVTS United from Ohio." is thut Gov, Ford will!

i far behind tfirty work ; but to expect such n plea! t to any other (person as u (fugitive: stave, in :nt1tor to succeed Ur
dilatory: in reference tu a [ this Stale. by the Jacksonville: Editor : where he. i ii "Solitude" Ewine. FeNd, it will! be T&olkxtl lPSI l

.matter so pre-eminently; calculated to promote: gain any thing like credence, would! be calculating SEC. 1. No shcift'; deputy sheriff high advances thc.sugeSliol1lhat: 3Ir Vulees endowments was: elected! .Governor 1848 by the Abo. I
a: ; }JUT prosperity,-cut off,*, psshevis! by circvnvnances quite toojlarguly: ,upon our gullability: ; 1f cunstablc.Jaile ,or ohcrotTiccr or : ,I!I i for continued service in the U. S.Senateform lition vote. receiving; the active ..support-

that amount in- or tl,it-tvo too;-were\ sleeking.V of this Sate shall e"reJner"cizc, arress. or objettion'to his re-election Giddings, Root, and nil their followers; 'I ii
essentially to a non- II an
k detain orbit in .. Southern. allies, whnjhen rejoicpd-ut\116'ue.,
> OVTa 1D 'f IE SLAVE thc scizurc'nrrcit o detcntion
"' tercoungj scfl k.wfcb.pnrts, hrorid! SjieiQtwpwK&iuTib E ?E t i....infp1'itOnr hnin 'tiny r'c\hf"ftuildini' ) I and ttnt Someone of h-umblernt tributes might cds of Ford over an anti nbllhlllllJ..t111 Da "

{ muctt oT her commercial bu- belonging! to this; State, or 'any count, town, i: be more acceptable! &0." It iSthe, fiat timewe doubt hail, with rgllnl.(1eli'ht his election to
It is well known to readers that the Legislature "
atni; s by the Picolala; rout which in our city, or therein of turtba have it that the Senate at the present time.: A Virgin
\ the pre.t of tho State of Vermont, at. its late perso any person I seen urged pre-eminent! qualifications .
t r ..sent and almost > reason; that he is or may i be t-'aimi'd as ft fugitive paper now bofor us, announces the
bad condition / formed I
constantly individuals
of the session{ passed: a l lair cfTcctiually nullifvimthe ; laSiic. \' '. just argument against an protect of his election with evidentntisfac..

road renders the travel not only difficult t, but recent. net Congrees, -termed the "Fvgl- : 3.( Xo'shcrifl( deputy hcril1: hi.jjlL bailill" : incumbency station, and we tion I Columbia S. C. Telegraph.O .
.. .
.makes transportation it lice tSkce: ,Dill" The pas.age of such a lawItn to : that Jacksonville -- .
venture opine ( friend -
1 upon greatly expensive ; constableor other: olHceror eitiz l : <:n of this "

:, ., an cxpenco1 which the lit :rc1tlll! : will in *the very Eolith naturally, with caused the, friends much: of excitement Southern I Stale, shall transport; or removeor aid or assist trill find few supporters of this unique and week.We regret We will J.make L. B. cannot appearthis : -

: .of course indcmnil'v himself fur, by tin in- I flight*. and !trcncrally nrnnng all parties. To in the transportation or rciKoval of any lame doctrine ; even among hisoxvn party as- amends, hereafter_

i .... creased charge upon ,his commodities, so thatthe iilluy this excitement, and to sh-nv that this i is from fugitive slave or any person' elaiihed as surh sociates. Whatever may. be tl.eir! objectionsto CnM1UtiCATED.: .'
place in this Stale to other : ,
, weight of-the b'urthcn thus imposed b)' not the true fueling of the people of Vermont, (place within or without the same., Mr. .Yuee! (which! can ouly be of a mere LITTLE. MAY.
and ot the North generally, !
1.' 1 I this unpropltions condition of things: falls re- bring madn. The last and many most insidious attemptsare SEC.: 4. !If any such judge, justice of the party character) no man who is true to the I love<< to recall[ the, picture of sweet lili (f May

i f f adlY,-uPnu the community who are the consumers j is a letter from an anonymous) Vermont correspondent peace, magistrate i otlicer or citizen shall offend South, can honestly deny the value! of his past Cunningly' standing in,-and grasping tight' ,

r of the merchandize brought through; of th" New York Journal of Commerce t, against; the two preceding sections such distinguished services in her cause ; or his ly the chair,
jude,justice of the officer
magistrate, ;
I ; this inconvenient, channel-: -there exists no suf.Jicient and published in that paper. This fatter i is or citizen, shall ho sublet pears 10 the penalties capacity to do further c !:cicnt battle! in .I that Her face, cloudless and smiling as n clear lo'ns'\
copied into tho Washington: Union, ant JVaiWal > it
\i. r reason for a continuance (if an evil I so I_ with editorial remarks calculated pnividcd in section 5 of this act. greatly threatened cause und however, .our '.I3" day, ,
:: 1'J\ -If then can be found in Intelligencer SEC. 5. Any judge of any c ourt of record in labor those ices
the neighbor to decry sen
i world a to mislead! the people of the South and 1 t may Beautifully betokening a child's freedonfroisiicare. ,
J #I tractor this State, liarjuslrte: of the peace or other mad:
1 : ; country more -peculiarly '|fitted: by lull them into u fatal security. This'nme istrate: any shcriif. dCIuty sheriff high Lnihff and abilities: ; we take occasion to say to him, .

i 'i\ nature than tiny other, for thcnpt or feaMiile.construct I letter we .find copied into the >ubm! The
of lh South, :evidence! of the iro'id feel Good Shepherd :
guard innocence
[ion of the description of work which i who shall offend against the pr0visiousofthi s I as competent as himself; to form( impartial' thy sW,ee.
1\ < of the North towards our Southern Institutions little .
m lamb
I ; forms:; tho riding of our zit icle ; thut tract r Wn publish the IettPr with the remarks act, by, acting directly or indirectly under the and, correct judgement, have warded to them rl| Hear ,
i lies between our provision of section rel: of the act of Congressaforesaid ;: thy taping words when thy tiny fornv
, city the River, St. Jc.hns of the S"lIII:11Indencer.; : their unqualified approval and odll iritioJ-but;! J
shall fJirfe.il n sum not exceeding one bends
t J. to pay
i aft Picolata.lt, i ian ,almost perfect lcvelat 'least The Vcrnr+nt Nullification let. I thousand; dollars, to Ihe use of the State, to !berecovered enough? of this-we commenced our article, Teach thcii His ,

,a'route ,may be selected giving but small in-, The National Intel Iigencer fj:1J's-\Vc havesincere upon' inf'jnnaiion' indictment or with: no intention of panegyiizing :Mr. Yulcc blood is Beth csda pool I oC i,

) { ..creasq of distance ; in which The undulations.! plt'asure. in hf inc: able to lay before I be imprisoned in the Stateprison! nut' exceedinglivp L he'needs none at our hands: -but to dissect healing balm, :
: fr renders the following explanation of the Guide thee therein 'freel ;
of surface our years.: ;; to love thyself/
I so inconsiderable what
'I from we injustice and
as to be to reply '
in which the Act of the Statc ofVer-
I manner < day by
Provided day.
that this act shall be construed '
hardlv not
,+vuriby,of thought,,and there is 1.: topihur: points of'our ..
,scarce j mont parsed the Legislature: of that State atI neighbors: ..
extend State
;I' .ti rood,of the distance, without !its ub ant'anon I its lain !session: confirming fully, as it does, n to judge of to the till circuit) citizens or: of district this court acting of the as ,t lie says that Air. Mison', : -' Cditbritl--I Then. if length of d.iy.s I'be given--d":1tb: stilt;;

.1' of nil, .the. raw''! .material, save Iron, required, I the opinion expressed by us on //irst hearing United Status,or as marshal deputy marshalof i j fugitive slave bill, was considered iq itself: ai | stingless will be, [ .

and it. )is the Unqualified! opinion of intelligent: ; i i surprise it, that it, WUS by which not an the act L"uisature ot delibcralion!, cut but ra P'a the district Vermont or to: any person acting moral.reason why !ho shotild! not bn" defeated". Anti thy (Jilrl'lIt.i' toifsome.Hoving! thou!
under'the ol'said
\ command -
ivilh or authority .
practical men hum we have Constitution -we entirely assent to :Mr. Masor/.s wilt ,
". conveiscd ped into nil act, repugnant: to the ; n courts or marshal. merit i in repay .

. upon this interesting subject, that with aorta 1! of the United! States, and which is, of course, SE'C. I ti. An act entitled "an act to extend the the matter ot that bill, if he ba Juod'it.s author -' And blcs:, the !poor and;l i all who know' will

I 'ble nnd economical i a /rutllJnflllf1"I, and will never be heard ht trial b .'.' -but \ve no in the fief rise and call the .
t ; management; a gnu d rr;: of } jury, approved October :! th, by means hce of, : v !
; :.double l track can bu built for i in ;a court I ol law duti to be pronounced such : 1840, [is repealed.Sec. ; such Tke good ..hepherd
;f ,- fifteen to eight; UKATTLFBOKO', t1 T.) December 15, 1850. authorship: eyidenco of his i approval of thy in: accnce, swat !atth
f ::. gen :: I hundred ;.dollars per' mire : gunnnsr> it I 7'u ihtKJiturs of the Journal i>f Commerce. 1This act shall take er.c: from its p.issage. all the other conditions: : of the compromise.; 'tl'e May. ; .
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t\, \ ,should cost (which we do not belief it Sir :nlu.bt'l' lf of many"of our citizens, I Approved Nov. 1, 1819. I t have on thecontr.iry good reason to 'beticvethat t -, -" !I

I could, 830,000 what' i is take liberty, through>> }yourjournal of explain I he ,. J. 51. '
1 such If sum in comparlstm We now ask'' our readers to reflect fra moment w ts -cid3tly opposrd; to in >r, if not the ,.j
withjhe infinitude ing the Initiative plot by which, on the but whole ot :them tnIa AnothC'l r y 'yifnflf!../ ;tr.;.. ear _I' \
I of benefit which upon these publications.! The writer say s : .to his "aequiesonce" Iii! U. .. -.I"J'4 __ '
s', : t f its outlay,would produce ? Let Jim improvetmcnt day of law oflhc was srssinna foisted most upon cHllou.itnJ the people unheard-of this thc rec'ullaw tc'U:6 passed: in lia! ,tt', at the very thai measure ills real!} be what we entirely J-:! :. ,........._.....-Itlif'lfi r: year: 'Z" I, .

ua completed and the vast advantage of State: regarding: + the surrender+ of fugitiveslaves. club: ur the M'.vion, when the IW'lIIlwrl hl&llllut dntllr! mi a-iiiiiesKiit in it, It. i is \t\\\\\ \ the fixedixpectalitn Shall thoiijild man of hoary head ; : '
..direct? facile It the like thunder theopportuiiity "I f investigating; ; ir i?* provisions- Of l eye>i jK.it| Jim and /
intercourse with those marts, : came upon( people it tlialmII.hc'IIJl'ml.Jl'rs, : had lell lug lhir i ihurnthat that the fugitive.slave; hw 1 will bef.iiihfally fivLIu laud ? I?:

i\: I, from wliichmanv- : of our supplies( arc drawn l clap, told wore many entirely of our Senators ignorant and of Representatives i'sexistence '' : ii was an alxilitini trap; ( S.c. And ; carried out both! ,|u the letter an.lfpirt 1 Expect it not !-Timef pain ant! grief;

t .at long; intervals, or by indirect and e.xpen- until th-y saw it in r the iiiws i prints ; yd in the some lt 1 tt
'1 .|,live routes ; would be. at onto opened; and I nnd all declare l that it never could! 'have: passed nor and his counsellors hHllhc bill nllpft'parJ'I -; tarn! i.smueh rcaoa: to appn-hend; it may, Ready b)' Mast,or self d! !cny, .

'The cost (those supplies be had it been brought before a full house some timo previous to its being; offered i in Mr. A/asun will be found :u be, anything buta From Ps! .xlight; hold, to drop away ; ',
thereby ,. reat- the Legislature. It I is further stated, that I!heleopleareiitecrivdrit I
; {* ;
Ufore theadjournmentall
On Arid
reduced The I facts nre these : Tuesday s s'jm sad morn
: Jy :-ih(u many 'vessel* now regularly! the! most. important bills to [ the pasttgeofihduw: : and! 5u&mi.uiwii.f.what, would, be our ncigltt'orscourse ( may show thy bier, I I
t'". employed in llie lumbar; business: ((1 bu sincss the Senate on Wednesday; morning, and! i 1 that they next legislature: will repeal it. And in such an event', Mould he meekly Lou::, l'fI iif !It'jfnra toother y gar. f'f: '

whose cud it ii is riot easy to calculate) which l then pars to adjourn .ill' Ji. Tuesday eveninga ''I yet, he continues. the press throughout the lint {patiently say amen.-nndafTibly yield his ::0- -! --::---_ I
State, with the exception of one or IWu Democratic JrIrHPGK respectfully inform tho
I' r .mostly come out ballast large number! of the members (including assent, to a repeal of that law the voters -
to. will ( only real I cuun'thrat
r !afford u cheap influential and! conservative) paper*, "Jure not altar!; this l:ire, af it teas he is n candinfr.vn -
.und ready means of shipment lo Pfcolata and tank their of the departure most I'in the cars. On Wednesday made by a n.M.L';islature," Thi.s is presuming : JCtJJJ granted the South, in the: so called dabs for the office of Receiver and Collector i

J\ from ;hence by Q Plank Road, the cost: of conveyance morning, :in the Senate, Mr. Currier, from little too much upon the credulity! ot theSouthern compromise or would he eschew all furthertemporising in Jnmrar" lir n.IM\\'in. [ count yonthc fiN: Jlon-, .

:. would be but trifling, ifhe funds for Windsor count rya Free-soil Whig! inlrodured (people' ,-and we an astonished hat and come over manfully: to theside1 davD :c. 1 7, 1 S3}. .. 0 : ..
: ,this ,' of resolutions, together I ho (pass at NV'.ts-lijimtnii: could fur oiiir lilt Ctilm MilL'JjetilU Rwrder.,
object I a string patriotic land: of hi kO'IV.-we
arc'no derivable from the public which immediately tiuMit: f.iil lo di eo\er the real !object of tin sincwrely If Mr. LV/e, should happen la be
I with this law was passed hope "sharp
j .coffers ; we venture to affirm writer,-and \\e-arcuot less iis'oiiished to seeIhe he would do the latter, but at the s-Imof C set," there
that House which like all chance
r.; ,. privateer.lurprisr nn,1 sent ,down :o the may to be cutting work in. I
I I I letter paraded in tho submission; presses time a.s \v : do not wish to sass!: : {him to ) t
t: ifduly encouraged 1 will in short ,or- House*: at the closing hour of the jjjvjion, with severely Baldwin, on the day of election. ,

} i i '' J ler supply ihem. Our object in this article, members in n great hurry to taku the cars f rIh.ir I the South, there, without pntcncin one word of sorneihing disapprobation.Ucally : which. ir/cd/vo/ pray that, the test may nt bo presented I-1 I II

t has been homes, is! more liken bpHf 'garden than a ijpu to him-but from the tone of a large I
'-" to {Invite notice 'to the public deliberative bod '. Lo the bill was passedand obscures their 1Jtntul'isUJIJ, or such an attempt AnOhio P pur stoics that n M iiIJorter, in

work'' under consideration ; in the hope, that the Houte adjourpeo. to delude the South uotild:! be ,'i..itctlwith portion of the press at the north; we honestly that Siate has married a man: by iho 110..me:of ''

romp one more competent than ourselves This is he I first t i instance in Vermont legislation such n rebuku as it matt Thus much fear it will be. The; B', ton Atlas ('for many i Bottle-Thu editor s.'}'* it i is nut only.a good

i 'would 'for the letter itself. [ if it is Mr.[ Webster's J in I match, but it proves, thai there'arc '
not nmc) more
f : treat (JIlt at lariro, ant Wo cordially where bi] (>this impptlaneu was passed years nn ways
vito those who ma' 'incline tchhis wiihouOnfaluro discussion, and goes to But let us contrast the assertions amt, nprijogies Massachusetts sinks in deprc--ition of that than one to bottle porter. ,

: Y I i labor of l pa.triotism ah n trap set by :t few di.sorgan- of thc writer with the law of 1843, as published The, value ofthi whole'orM is but a cfcflarf :
: t ; : law enforceinjist in : be
language to
; 1:0
r -(for such 'wo shall deem it) to the iiA't .: nl the last Jour of the sessions above. Where tan be tounla I more : misunderstood Them am n (fact Cause vy f h only cuo-

''free use orour columns. \ w- The people have been, 'caught, but you determined opposition[ to the South, than i in aid: so pi.tin, that "he who, runs InliiAfuur quarters!

t r Tim-: depend upon it that it will remain but this law ? A severe penalty ii is to be indicted may read" ,

f 1-'' We notice by ono of our' exchange t ( ono" year n blot upon our statutes. More than upon any State otliccr who shall, in any way I PLEASURE OF BEWd A CANDIDATE We find In

: !. th: JEdiloroffomo( ? ," paper (we have.-. its thrco-fourths of the people of Vermont, when assist i !in" the capture or return urn fugitive We,comrnt-nd the following\ i from the Flo ri. the Albany Dutchman; on account of the pleai-*
t .! this slave. This law( has been in existence since uri of being, dale
full informal of the facts: will repudiate : n clln which be use
4 Erne to, give,, published at Albany 11f. \ law:v IInd nil\ must 1 detest the juggling trick by 18"3, nn,1 vet the new bill nullifying, the Fugitive i than & Journal on the subject of }Sr. :Mason : ful to future aspirants for public glories.may The''\

,rnthrc( flutes up at the proposition made in Hvhic.li it was consummated.: But now comesmu Slave Law, was sornutt' thin:: apron:* uponthe I re-eltcliou: ; to the serious and candid consideration j Dutchman navs : _

I 'i I tho South Carolina.Legislature, to eriiigmte'tho question, how Cum! GuV.'illinmc to t LegM.iture, /and inalrertently passed. Who) : of our I friend of the Florida Republican\it "'!'hot since: lust Saturday, Z7 different men.
area negroes-norm two or three'hundred sigVit.I Inc able jurist, our former chief jus- believes' it? No one, ue. presume who will' by nu moans tallies with the a-sumptionsin called upon 'a candidate to KO their security
F investigation) it tums out I give the milter n moiTVHit'it reflection. Wijlisuch gar their rent Mill remarks another that
tlcelWjiy .
from that State" and protests, not a t that itSyns his upon whole embodiment! --his one n law on the Vermont statute book, no t his lust number, in regard to that able Senator within: the last live days 319 patriot in disc

:' I little vchementlyagriinstjthcir) being allowed idea. I was Informed by u Senator that Judgn: one can wonder! that UK (nullifying nt passed/ sentiments touching the Compromise bill and lres. cd circumstances, have called on him to

I.{ .\ ; ,totnko/ residence in that I ntlf, LroaJcstr Williams WHS consulted about all the detailsof !: both Houses ot the Legislature without opposi i : more than jolly sustains our views of his effect n mall loan, 'just to take upon a note
philanthropy and largest frecd-nn-lf this the billnml you will observe that it is well l lion. feelings un teal tuljcct, us niiiMcd lath Is with.: llm) Dutchman: i is of opinion that ,the*
nnd' ciutlonslyNJrawn. It was not the work Surel with such fact before Ihom, the Poopic. column 'I man who nceepts a nomination i ill the district
of our prpt'r-Lcll' the Journal
from a puro and genuino dilltaite.of. of n moment, but\mature and deliberate (plan.This !! of ihn South cannot be too jealous of their -: ( hued. immediately open an alms-house! '
r i. tho"'univorwl' nation" of, wooly headed bipeds ncrountH filr\he large vote Governor :! rights.! Is it hint cnUl\c for alarm, when such Editor quite n.s likely to lo well informed in I I! for n largo p irtiori of his constituents will ex,

} ; as,equal associates ; we 'freely say' toit Williams received. Xon' will remember tin: laws are passed', in violation of the Constitutionj I| the matter and certainly not Jess! likely I to pect to live out of his bounty for this remainder -

1 r} gwJ.I but we very much fear this avr.won Vermont has not elected a Governor by the j the United Sates which these :f'gi,I.uor8r i deal candidly uboutitand morcover. isMiis opinion i tit their lives. It adds this recommend-i--.
, f nhd when Judge Wij. f have sworn to ? Can they Ihui Gutvcs i lion to candidates to tuko its advice
I t people fur SO-MC years; support ar with and firth*
to thai Interesting race: "th+' hollow of I corresponds( our lion, we shall not
' I charter
bv Ihe Whies w ? And is
Hams was nominated a themselves with impunity l realty true I nit the
't whose foot .makes a hole in the ground" informed that he. would carry the 1'ree-soil I that they find! apologists among Southern SubWe hesitate to consider him the most reliable, .au :utterthcpoNschsoet !

: : \xvould hardly) prevail :if a )like ouiuber of Fugithe Whiss: generally! which provedHrue, although i mi'sinnists 7 ask the people of the South thority.ELECTION. -

$!lte, should,' present themselves 'the industriously! deniedby tne press du to pouts and reflect and look well to those who : OF SENATOR IN VIRGINIA.. A bale of cotton+ recently sent from Literpool -.

i Northern' ro'u: can now ace\ hc fix" \in lore tho exponents! of public opinion. "The .'One of ihn noblest triumphs achieved ro the Aberdeeji' railway, was found on
for ever
/ sympathy n cit
its applicants
j 9izinship. whih theWhii press is i placed throughout tnc price of liberty is eternal vigilance," and never by a public servant.fis that 'of'.11x.. Mason, being opened to concjin a JKo ciii, which from

:t y ., State. They dar not attack this lawVas i it has< its exercise been more important than it in the election: Senator which has just come I her emaciated.oppenranco, was judged to hat.
made the
made a Whig Letts; lnturc. Though is \in the great anti momentous question at o- passage, across the Atlantic iu that
by "
The Boston Atlas with and all applied sliow was pr off in Jhc Virginia Legislature.i l Mr.i Mason, She
they all wish to, yet none dare throw the first t sent agitating the Union-the question: 'of Soul h. it is well known, was one of the most 'manner. must have lived like a .bear, by*' i
'" ,/>f gravity.\ remarks that the fugitive slave law stone. So you can hear nothing from Ver- crn Rights against Northern Encroachments froieising of all the opponents of the Compromise ,, sucking, her paws ,
."cI ';tar neverbe enforced in the free Mates:- moot papers at present against this law; excepting \ passed at the lust Congress. From the !!
"_ tho Burlington Sentinel find one or CALIFORNIA.Freanrr Losiso A SISTER AT MOSTK.; -A
f I without exasperating the people the pur- very inception of the disgraceful: scheme to robbery occurred
the California: ; n blurt time ,
of the Old Line Democrats. correspondent ofthe ago, at Sacramento
writers ide. i if at all com- two other organs its final! c"consummation all timf-sj) and in all City,
i portof- e ; .we con New Orleans Pica' une : nnd nmong4he articles
But I can tell you the exasperation of the peoplerof says all! of stolen were n numberof
(irchi'tid! it;, that the obligations of the const Itu- the conservative Whigs and Democrats i I 1 "Duri "the coming session of oudc i81 a'and forms.! assailed--encountering by all sorts of ports.denunciation opposition(, I he, miniature A. few evening! lnerw ud a

dw I tion and the enactments of Congress are t tr to ,the true friends of tho Union, -knows ROboundsnnd Cure 'lhere\ia strong probability that a I law t j resisted IheVron ful bill. 'fhc\ sentence of young man was observed br a policeman ta
break forth before another t I I will be passed calling n new Coivention to enter the LI 1 Dorado, and after
bo set at naught; and the owners of slaves atI will I Virginia is: "well done good(and faithful losing nil hk
election in a ,manner not to be misun lcritolill. i I adopt n nc\\' Con i" ltion.: The Western and 1 of sere mon.} hI! bet a gold: rin1: and the) mirji &tur>
be nllowciPto Though n man littlo-pcrsona.l
not to
he I South are make reclamation vonj. -
popI cnn card
hang the
( ,
Southern together
As it is, we must suffer for ol e'eor the odium men, appear ; and I ularlilbu has been reelected by policemen thin kine the min
of their property;; lest by their so which we richly deserve for our carelessness I>I if they continue do so California in l less i I whelming, majority-having secured in Mil over- latqrc: might lead to the detection of tho thief

;i doing "the people' of the. North, should be- A. C. ;: thnn two years will be a slave S:lIte. So you tlvJ unanimous vote of his: own and caucus oblainitu arrested the young gentleman nnd took charge

I t ; ,Come 1 ftltclVonde! r l1r cogent ,and reasonable \\'e would rejoice, could wo believp that will see, if'I' am not more mfernki! than e1'- ; ub.mt twenty votes from party tho ,ranks of- .of the miniature lady, which b y. the way was
I sentiments generally prevailed at the er I was in mv life, that while our adm. I ;. beautiful. Sevrral gentlemen who for-
: tbs] to bo sure and like the inch : Whigs-the latter given solely incolJ.i jidura came
1 'round very into the Union brings us nnd ward the next '
sion joy
f' 1, North, and even that the explanation or the :!: fair iron of his devotion to the cause of the South' incirninie to,an-i-t the yonnr'man
lion of n pickpockets getting angry becausen promises' o.ne.hl1d) it send us! nn internal out of his difficulty,
( I 3io passage: of the nullifying act ot the Legislatureof -and f&"Om'lhu belief that his aItfcatVouM i tesiified Ihnt'the mlnintun*
( indi\'lJun1.\\'iU not quietly 1 submit. to I have was the mistake of lmtv kgi&Iu I I;J feud on tho oilier that will "be corrtc lpd* with'. t' aid and cmnfort to the North. The W t give hig WfIbit, t of nn only .wtr.alo\'ely| gjfj Oj sixteen

t''I.! .-11"ii' f oc t'l' rifled.M' :, lion. ,, as s'scrtcd by. the wrir' .r.. But we can I i I j l fiei cenws arid energy by both parties. j j \\ hatwilJ the young lady say when she u.

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table rumbled, ftway.oftcrwnrd: arrested and following: picture the present condition of AMBLER intends.making a professional vis Six wreka after date shall apply to the Judge" S _of

- put)In the .tomb*, next morning bronchi be- ] the British, Elupirc.-k'l'hl'ro: i* scarcely n U.to St. Augustine about the first of January and will for the County of Orange for; 'LUers of

Ir foretbe Recorder admired by the membersof; Colony belonging to Great Britain which has pa.-'s fiom there Alligator Fuwinne spring tNew- Administration on the estate Thomas Addi on. ::1PED1

tdetnr.aod alter .many compliments finally ; not been nil but ruined within the short spate natwilic O:nhIa and other places hi the vicinity ,na 0 BI'SET. I

tcstoredIoIeunwIrInybmhrr.pKLLDrVL of seven yearand some Wthem almost driv- rupjdly; ashuitincsd' : will permit. Person wishing 'liU : -NoyflJ J@O.:; SI

--- en to'revolt through the distress brought upon services. will please. give him nolicr at Jtmrurlh...above : Police.) & -T, -_. .

Exrwsiox AID Loss or LIFE ox I them by the, Monxi Government. Ireland i i. pace.: *. I RS wt't'klllflt-r date I shall apply' to th* Jud e of |> |lE SUBSCRIBER giveg notice -
the Public
20IJD A FBKHCII ,Sairor TIIE'LrU.-A prittukiter literally in a state of insolvency; gentlemen ol St. Augustine December 2Sih. 150, :i I robates for the Couuty of St. Johns for .Letters A that he has supplied! himiclflh to comfortable

. from Brrst nnnouct the following melancholy estated"property) in that country, are almost JIntter Sale. HAdm.mstratiSonon' ; ; the estate.ofSet-pstinn. I IcfcsIK CARRIAGES:. hORSES and cart'fu! Drivrn,

} disn aer 'A ternbJe: misloriunu Iiu without the necessaries of life-land has become ,. virtue of a decretal order of tin* Circuit" : Court I Ml: MAURICE :s.elU and if running a Jiue in connection lh the Savan )
B I Uy. I(j J 850.
occurred to the ship-of-the-liii Valm)'. white value1es-pnd every one who ran seupetogeilicrasinuch'money of the 'Ealttern Circuit of Florida in (.Miancrry 1 p _u. nah''Steamer between St. "nju line "and Picolata Sat

ulsaa, and on her panwno from Torbny to honestly or ii listwn.I settling<< in the County of St. Jhon I shall uilvr fur : Notice reduced{ price. "Livinnd let live" is his cwtto* Sunder .

Bre.t. About five unlock on the morning; of I,I CIiII)' ns will carry him 'away, flic! fr' m its sale<< i>Monday: the 2d day of February next in I Lt we.k nntr date I ha11! apply to the Jud:,!..'of this he n.pctfully solicits patronage

the Stli Novcmhi-r, a tremendous explosion shores, nnd emigrates\ 'o the 'United .\taltmfAnurican. front utiLe Court Houae in the City of St. An-ruatim* V N; .'r"hatf'lf for diP County rf St- Johns for Letters S :NATHANIEL HENRY:: it gent.
beard like n clap thunder, on board. Throughout Great Britain .the ni'ist' the following Real Estate !belonging tu the Eututeof ot Adiuini-iration de bonM non on the estate of Nov. 9, 18:'.,.

) wns minutes afterwards hout, and cries! extensive JNlnrss prevails among the laboring; George' Bnrtlm dereawd to wit : rcniaiido M. Arrtdondo jur. Tax Collector's

tome I Sate.
, raised of. "We tm all lokt; the liar has classes, with the single exception of woinu 01! All those three certain loll in raid City bounded PEDRO JJENET. HBY virtue of the S
were f,1I0"'II'orth! Nov. ( ponr't"slrd.n law
as by street l leading lo To lumalu It)1650.t me by I
'fO"iDto the powder mngazinps! At the same the manufacturing t.li.itricIn Birmin luun street EAst West : I -_ JLV !shall expose for sale before the Court noup
by Dragoon street. by
atretiite UI:1"-
niCment the ppal; 1 was beaten minute elms trade has somewhat: revived from f he st.igim-!. !I the Roman Catholic Burying grouud. with| : t j. Sofic.' in :MeUonviUe! vii the 10th day ,tIFrbruarynezt, the

were firrd, and orders given to net out the lion it was suffering under a few months: buck; :' dwelling'HOUR-S thereon aituate and being the tie i fl\Vp Months from thy'date I ehall present iny ollowms; described property or so much thereof aa

boats. Tbo shock was so great that the whole 'and in the cotton districts the mills have betuttolerably I sea known as the Bartlett Lots on Dra (tr. Street.]>rru>- i T-11 !nnnnlli! oc.cou" nil Receiver of the estate of will pay the stab" and county tax due thereon forthe
. darkm Ihe I busy fur about six mouths. J01K'ph lIunttrd'c\IIO the Hon. Judge of year: 1850 and the
" of th lights were extinguished, \ ianchci-I Q/iOKGE R. fAIRBANKs?, I I St. Johns Probate of necessary expenses incident
most complete prevailed und the crew run a ter, notwithstanding, i U beginning to exhibit Master in Chancery.Dee ... County for aenlenient.CEO. .,, thereto >iz : S S

tisk'ot being suffocate by tho smoke of the signs; of mcasmos.s. ; the demand there is becoming 28di 1850. Ri ,FA1RJANK3, 50O acres third rate land situated on the St. .

I powder. Th men began soon to. iet com.wand lIck-rhreiln! markets are for the mugPUl't \ -. Nov.- -16,1850. Reeeiver.sjate Ju:'. Hunter Sebastian river near its mouth being part of the

1J' But 'wbnt n frightful'diaos 1 glutted with LmneaMhiregoods-while :hoprospects -- Fleming gfllD't, belonging or supposed to belong to
of Ibe flru. .
Jung .,vs heard but thecrlen and nioanings. of the home trade cannot bo very U DtL'.A.n RI\\ ItJJ. John Beard and John Fontane.JOHN .

'hWouude4bcKreuteT part of whom were cheering, with wheat nt '40a: the quarter cattle AW AY from th? Plantation! SLWSON Sheriffand J
buried under the timbers. Twenty scam almost unsaleable. The situation of the t 'rilxrr the Boy EDWARD Tax Collector o. c. !
rt If had lost nil human iippcaruncc artisans and laboring classes! in this metnipolis I' .tlLRAN.fee 4 inches high. aged about Tax Collector'* Sale. I
whose forms :! :
men, werelound amongst the ruin. Ten 01 so faithfully.nnd so- 'fearfully described in the : Thenbbve reward will be B virtue' vf I the power vested lame b.1Ia1r, I S

,died inhalf-an-h.iurnflernnd it U feared Columns of1 the Morning. Chronicle, is truly hor SCHOONER Wreath, now 'discharging.' offer to )' person returning him to the l at .Mellonville shall expose for: sale, before the Court House \
in the
them : of
that very few can be saved. Tne terrible '("a\. rifying. pri, te families D'hoierIInd, well Plantation S securing him where' cancel him. Modny of Februarr'next; conny, the following Orllngt'.on the first _

is it i. said owing to the imprudence elected Block of Groceries Proviaiona. Crockery A. H. COLE described ".,
property! or so much thereo will
strophe is the
STRANGE RESULT ELECTIONS w Oau.ronsA. Sl.eif &c. Putnam pay state and
"'ion boxes OF Good?, now in store.; ayvrood Plantation County. '
who bad in his tux due thereon fo
county the
if n gunner, The .-. Mr. Frcaner in his last t\Vu letters I 30 but Lard 25 kegs do, 3o bbls assorted Sur N uv. 3 : year 1&50 and the
0| fire works one of which from California in the Picayune communicates I 35 bags CofiV-, iO boxes ? 3 casks Shoulder.1" necessary expenses incident .lercto to wit : S
completely in her inside, is: ionp SCIflOOIj I'OltMISS. G.tL: 25O acres. Hulls! tract, 'longing
'&11111. damaged intelligence which i is certainly strange, dollanis, 30 bbls Pork. 40 ,firkins Butter, 75 l,!:* S. E. LEE. will open her School ou.Mon to-belong to (Center and to or supposed

put into Bre:. 4o be repaired. if true. We take the following: extracts Shot 50kf2s( nals.40' bbU nsK>rted Crackers 175 next the Ifrh inf t. in 'the house foriiierJvoccupied JOHN: SI.-.lISOX.lyont. I '
: bhta Canal Flour 3 barrels Bean, 40 boxes Candles ) sheriffand 1)
ltitr.v Southwick
Steamboat Explo' iotlM. from hie: by Captain on } iru1"lta.Itr!" li. Tax
nroadfttl 4 bbls' Sperm OI!, 40( boxed Raisins, 10 cheats collector, o-c.
Low of JLIfe-nnny '. 1'11 H winter we will have to elect a opposite the dwelling of lrA..Dllctor Anderson, Nov.!.!.
Great Tea, 12 dozen Broom,t! "teta Tubs, 50 kegs White The uumherof will be limited. .
ded d. ll.rAC.; Senator mUie i.f Col.F.cmout I.I I. PupiU. none received S
." 'ou United Slates place Lend 65 sacks Salt, 80 bales tiny, 10 baskets : iS laicie
Uce .3 :M, .'The for less than: one quarter. Tuition, G and County,' Tax Collector
w"t II. new nndUekutiral I who has drawn the short tertn Cul.I Champagne, 15 boxes assorted Candles. 5 cask! $t per quartr. S fcale. *

aearocr An lo-Nurmon went out on I Fremont, In my opinion stands no chance Ale, 5 d l(J Porter 24 boxes Search 5 bbls Tar.5 No charge for contingent but J virtue of the vested in
. experimental trip to-day with n I large plwt*, of n re-election. I do not ui prisent know ham-Is Oakum, 3 barrels Mackerel. 1 case Codfish requested to' furnish their desks expenses and rhairs.O" pupils. arc B bn\.II'\'i d upon and will nir for by sale law.

tire party, consisting of 'two hundrrd and ten]I of inore than Iwo votes that he can positivelyrely i. 27 boxes Herrings. 2. hhJs leaf Tobacco. 5 ceroons Reference mny be made. to Vrs Doctor An.ICTSOfl. the house ..f Major "!.. F. Russell expose, near Fort Pierce a '

, 1 wuU on board. Alter fch ,had lu'ocerd'dlomt upun."he question in the next ejectionfor Cuba do.:5 t-akea Cheese: 22 boxes do. 3 "nrrrl10.: (. Doctor Perk nnd W. A. Forward. on the Indian Ulver,(there being m Court Hous 1

_.11.I' distanceandus 1 I learn, was re-turning to the I United Slate Senator from' Culiforni.i i lam1 ,rihd S> nip, 1 barrel dried Beef, 6 half bar I St. Au2utine. Nov. IGth, I3O. in the county) in the county of St. Lueif, FJerida

I city,'towards evening, her boilers* expl"lc! I S will be the broad: one North and South, midI '!: rrls Fulton :Market Beef. on Monday the Jihh day of':May, If 50. between the .

I craftily shattering the boat nnd killing nntlwa.&tnHflW I nlUiouuh there is u strong orobability that.1 Dec.21 B. E.. CARR.Frcth VI m Vfflt.: .1 usual hours of sale, the following described tracta or

n lame number. Prorn sevenlyHvilo I ho Whiirs} have n majority on joint ballot parcels cf land, or so much thereof as m'pay the .

I unehundrcd' persons rvre numbered, as 'far I I if there i*"'any Northern iKon;* eleeled.il will' Garden Seed FACTOR.CHARItESTOX( State nnd county Taiea assessed thereon fur the

prescnoscerluiot.d., ajuong the killed. be Col. John D. Welter. He has u great nER SCHR. WREATJI.-An assortment I S. C. years I*-I;. Ib-ld, 1841 and 1850. .
JH lit friends in both .11.- kitchen Garden Seeds. Also, 50 barrels: Potatoes ;.().to nl'rel. being so muc1 .f the of 12
missing. worm personal parties, grant 000
,'ounth.d. many 1- WicLWTiitENGLISH! JJJi JJfPMr1 0
30 do Cranburicf : ; 'Y i acres mad by the
grntlernefl, attached to the of. I and iiponthis important und exciting question Apples Onion, dried Spanish ornament to Em'ebio
: Mr ofthe Perry New, a Orleans Bulletin was mlc of thelarty he is libera! unit conservative in hU views. I' Fruits, now landing AND AMERICAN Mam Gomez on the 15th J 11y| 18J8, an-l s'uateJ
free in raid of r
D.-C 21 SuLuci.r-.i.
and lost'bi, life by the fatal (disaster.lie As on evidence of the strength of the Southern _'_B. E. CARR. IDjl'U l \tY..t1J1It'J1J'IlOLES11.E .Wand aud county Santa Lucia R rr.-0l Jupiter S

. well known nnd much eslecmed. and! Western men they have duafVatcd Ettin t Circnll Marion ertwiiIgsomuvlt oi f d,.. .5.
was a ccmleman County.pGtOKQU \\ AXD RETAIL PCALER IX' \ North ptrttfsnitl: grant and asmard J
against Wil-
Mr. Xidd. n! the Daily Cre'scntond every man in the country who has, avowed A.NX RtVF.KS, ) ENGLISH FRENCH, AMtlRlCAX:: A.DGERMAN linlll A Forward 'UppOJ' d to belong: in
f I In part to J
1-lr Ilignfl i oftho Delta, were wounded but hirwlf an Abolitionist. vs, Chancery.Bi :Michael Lazarus, iknon r-sident in lo
part estate of
slot seriuu$1V. During the coming se Hon of our Legislature i CHARLES Riu.It \ } I furl Onotet. Chapman Levy in part to Dioncsia Segue, wife of t

Nr. NIthun Jarvi, Mr. Siilhnm nnd Mr. there is a strong probability: that u appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that DRUGS XEDCMES. CHEMICALS Bernardo segue and to William A. Forward J

. Storm of the New York Novelty works were law will bu passed calling u new coxentiontotidopt 'the Defendant Charles Riven is a mm resident S PEKFUMElll'.ttc. Also "lIutchin ons Island" situated in sail .(0

nboard.JxndaU of thc.u bclivcd to be mortally u new titulion.-'rhli Western of the State of Florida and that his place of residence SAVANNAH. G.\. county of SuLucie bounded on the North by Indian S I

and Southern' men appear to hang together, U unknown to the complainant.: It i it' .ordered Particular! attention Kiver Inlet on the South by :;r. Lucie Inlet
wOlmded. piiil to orAlbert..bar.on
replenishing |In'It..d: ) '
Amnibol. and Captain Thompson: nndif they continue to do h so California in thjjt the Nlid Defendant do pltsd. answer or American Ships Jl/-dicitu, Chests, nccorJiiig and' ( the Ea>t by the| Atlantic Ocel'A
Captain will I bo slave State.So demur to this Bill on or before the fin Monday: in to and all.'e*lllr| Indian! Riu-r, assessed
less than a 'r
U-xtngien and otherwere badlyTheilon. two years, ) :the Law of [:'upland.AGENT against T.
the ship nt'lt J
fpf will see, if' I urn not moro mistaken April! and thnl this cause be heard at Marion I \anhorn.a non ft..iJt'nt
you Curt House upon it* n>eriu that day filr Me.ist. Lmi.len & Co..l'\iin.h'IJIlill; : AI.t>-1 ..51111: acrw of land situated
member of the than I in life that while on tht"buu ,
Beebe ever Will our
.' Junius n my And it ii further ordered that certified llr. Jacob 'l'uwlI .t'III. Nt-w York of the Kiver bt. &'bl
n ropy ol ; Mt-: rs.Rwlev Hf1\'ilnnJ I tl3n. which mer into .
the Union and empties
State ScnuU' was on board and is tclictudlo! admission into brings us joy this order \he published! in borne uew tapfrpublwln-d if Co., Au
:have been killed. fair promises on one hand, it scuds us an in the -tale of Florida fur the rpace of three ,month Nov16 JyBoarn Said land i j:4: a pan. i tract of 20.1)00) ) acres

lli jot iip.w.il.ltfycl joitaecrtaloth* precise interim! feud on iho other that will be contrs- ,anterior to the saidfirt. Monday in April next. --- --- ted I by the apanish n..". ":',,t.nt to George granI .
of killed: woun.led and ,nising-Or! ted with fierceness and energy by both THOMAS I>DOUGLAS J.jJ-je.! f Boars I Rears and bounded! as follows FleminK .1
.'1t1r'pktv.t io \ .at thc*? parties. Dec. 3J!, 1850. Enttrrn<< Circuit of I Will purchase the Hears! Oil and (:rene Pahn.south of the unmriicinff nt a Cahbnije -
IIs.4 ftllmlhul..dJe Florida.! ,, mouk "tbe
.. .. St
j r mucl: troth OOd'1\ flare,", 1 it j- .L.. _.._ that,citizens.ol FJdaJo will !;WtLJii; jiu'JuJS.iiun.t : $jt..r.*nlllJ"r lnllIJ hnce Sebastian ,;".'1
cannot vary -- .- Elections:: : that have just terminated in T.\Tt or Fj.nr.tDA > IK- put up iii good Stone Jaw t for which I wiltpay 480 to a stake thence Sduil A: JrVIWPeI
-- i-hajtH. ; north
-::------ 'he the as fur as: 1' can; learn give nhir :Marion 'cmnty. \ till cents 'IV 45 degrees '
s..dcIVOIl1&! country I ) per pound. articles must be 517 cliiinn, to
Iir th. Spikc I ROHF.RT DCU.oCE Cl<>rk ofilie Circuit Court in 'lJt: a cabbage palm on the west bank
A q'J'ioh ,
but the
in both Houses nt I will
If t- 1 antenotf..r \\ ; majority: ; pure or most positively reject then .1 uelarue of Indian Ki/er.abovv the
- bad one mouth of the
bu for the St.
wile ) oud County and do Sebastian
his State
dovil% beat of iilorrsuiJ hereby
decided of both the
same thus there u a majority quantities articles and "oisj.ler myself to the place ofhegiiiniugLt.jng(.
that the all of tin "
- certify foregoing is taken from taut
1114J". aencrally beat the ultra Southern; men And thev are determined 1 the minutes of said Court a truerOi'Y a i'u.ljuJg. of it. Sfnd any inutfty from J- grant (excepting then-from 500 acres now owned '(,i,
lhlcSII women \ hat I gallon! to ten gallon at a time or more if '
to elect one of their own creed, or at hand possible.W. : hvIt': "rs. IS.-ard and Fonlant.'bich said
Witness If raid SOOacrea
niul the teal
Journal. my ( court.
dl.--\Vilmin;:tun who is t-ouud upon that subject, to the! u. s. ROBERT BULLOCK HUMPHREYS. are .situated at the mouth of the said River- t. 8e-

OPISIOX.-CI :r.llcshunt. Senate in the plure' of'Col. Fremont,, w ith- Clerk Circuit Court :Marion County.Dec. .. Nov 16 Wholesale Druggist; Savannah Ga. bl'tilln, on ,!a.* nnrdiside thereof)-which i-aid 18.- ,

SlCEXU! AI.iT1'E OF out rouard to the question of Whig or Demo 21. 18jO. |y 500 DC'rt'Snrt. ass.sed by uV name1 of the Fleming
the Q.uakcL'l'od -
in writing to Barton, Grant" owners unknown but I
crat. -Vloridian if- Journal. L.VEtCE: are opposed to belong
I ".>..",., iruttiiiillv. ....-.- *t,cr til a ten:-] .I I Mi1ltcr'-Sale of Valuable neal J.s- ADREU, toeithertheestateofthHate' Hon. Charles Downrnr.

i; :Y;.;are t.ib; much; apprehensive about! your 07 Aint 'it wicked to rob ,dts chicken statc. DRAPER A.\D TAILOR. or to the Lile: Incurance and Trust Company. .

i comp"intI; know many that are always flit.I roost Jim BY vir'upof n lecrt-til: order ol the district CORNER or CHARLOTTE ST. AND TREASURY LAXE: Also,Ifi.OOtl) acres granted to Samuel: I!,. on I ..

ina iil it, and live un to a good old nee. I know of the United plates for the NufiliL-rn WOULD the 19th day of July. 181:.. 's-tuate at the month of _
_ I\ f 'ou no\V him,) who, 'a D.il's n creat miral question, Gumbo District Florida made on thi 14th dt"rJune. f form' RESPECTFULLY in. the Kiver Santa; lucia in the county of St. Lucie. ,I t
the Citizens of
I t ISSTili. medSil' 0W'; luld him be had' we haint no time to argue it now-hand.down I 1849 the undersigned n Muster in Chan- Dud the odjoiiiin? Counties St Aujjuitine, That! Florida bounded IIn the North Kast: by Indian Hi.. I !,
he the
drunk nwav oil that part conginjuliiicd him. anoddcr pullet. : cery of said Court, will offer for sale at publi- has conntantly on han I, a well selected er, on by the name south of and thf west":''Ifill'by public lands assessed .:;
liver w.i CMIMthat ho tbnuldT the Court House in Grant" supposedtobelungin .
--- auction before ( the Towcof stock of the best Fn'm'h.lnLlitoh. :
't ifflonKi-rt ot the two. The M way '''hlCcnnt-ti c Florida Hou and part lo Rev. R, (\.. Sewall. japan John
liver Jacksonville in the county ot Dtiyal, on'Iztsday German Broad Cloths, Cawi- G. }'ahtagant. and in to the S
part of the
. t I to itoe case i* h)Kt.'l1) your fiC1: (os ignorant E. Miller. Charleston. the 2ht day vf January next, the follow merl'S and \'' 'linp. which he will Joseph S. Smith, and in part to Dioacsin estate late I

J n. you can-a ignorant us the world' wa!I be. Ora Carpenter, Cape Canaveral. hug real estate' ticorge, Kingsle ', deceased make to order in the most, Fashioniiiiiiiimiii Bernardo Segui. Segui, wit ,

-' ..Si'r; GuU-n-oftbe entire iniur constructions J. I U. Sheldon. Nc\\'*Sm'rna., to wit: ",. .?. 'able manner,' and upon! occunnno Un'.ess! the Taxes thereon and the costs are paid S

: of the animal man; not to be conscious of a Mr. Hews culn. DRA\roN:| ISLAND. dating terms; Also, that ,having opened a direct before the day of sale.:: !

; -tu hold kidney (savuof, .ht..p and C.: W. Jenkins. Bani-or, Mane. Situated on Like George containing seventeen communication with the First Houses in the mine C. L. RA YTOS. Sheriffand S ex-off I

iwine) be an agreeable fiction; not to knowthereabout I I I.circulation IIlnrv"ell P.itihtield Mass. i hundred (170 ) acres more or less-valuable line in New from York that, he City will and have from the earliest reports. ol Tax.Collector county of St.Lucie. S S

the gall gnm; to nrcount the )1 r. AlM>p, Jacksonville. ; for situation, the quality of its, soil and for Fashions and Europe. Kuv '
idle ,,'him flIur"ii N. B. Cutting repairing done on the shortest! .- ---- 16Tltx.C S .5 .
1* of the blood u mere ,- "" -- its orange, lemon, nnd citron proves. notice. S TlecSaie.
acknowledge (It) mi-chanism not -vi1.Ttiito; la aolia Hoine.Ceo. : FORRESTERS POINT. f 'j
to ; .
. ; Nor. virtue of the
91850. S
: ''visible. For once fix the seatt' }'ourdisnrdcr.und M.Ilawn nh,& servt, BowlingGreen: Kf.U. Situated on the St.Johns Rivrr.a bout sixteen I By. expote for'power sale before vested the in Court me by Ilnusa law. I

lour fancies flux into it like 6" many bad M. Clinch,. Geo. I mules'J below 1'alutka, containing about six hundred Hester Strong complainant lAgainst. I I door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Mou- 'i

IIU nour Those medical ,gentry choo.su uacli -.- -:= Uj-. (600) acresm or I less.. ,[ Bill 'f fr. Divorce I day of May next the following described
-- -- -- property
part- ..ne tak a he 1ul.K8. ,pnutlicr; SH1PNEWSPort BUENA VISTA. Samuel 1|A. Strong Defendant. ) I or so much thereof will pay the Slate and county J
The afoZtid nnd relerstllt \\" ever Situated near Forrester's Point containing tux due tnerr-on J for the ?
liver T apVaring on the reading and year 1850 and the i
'r filing the Bill of necessary
k he animal: eco o ny i.. a uil" A i..w. nil$ n = :o.Port, '___ "-':-- Angnitlne..-,. __ one thousand (1000) acres more or less, with ) said Complainant, that th Mid Samuel \. Strong I expenii II incident thoreto, viz : .j< ,

exercise, tnke: little more. t-pIriiuisU1 liquorI'S.aarn ARRIVED. mi oranae trove upon it. nnlt. Defendant, if living. resiJes beyond the limits of the 1UO acnsland lucre or l-sssituated on the south S

.-.- to smoke, continue to kel (' KOOtl 'cun Shooncr AH IIADA 17 from'ew MAN JOE PLANTATION. State Florida, viz ; Mobile,', in the state of Ala of Julmgton wiL in th county of .$i Johns belonjrm _.
unit! tivoid tuttllwriugi with laurel terns.iifnrtpYisC0ltY tdayn Situated in Duvul County, on the River: St. bamaor New Orleans in the state Louisiana. I I ?_to Henry Hull a nonrewdrnt purchased ir

:science, tiCirrhusil, und thusc bug.besr York. To B. E. Carr S. )Wakeman, G., Johns, six miles from Jacsonville containing It iSlh'rtfclre. on motion of Elias B. Gould EM]., I the said henry Hull from James James and returned .

lic.-MI.'d ill- Burl nnd order. i. Solicitor for the said Complainant by William A. Forward. State ,due
b, which silull" paticnls.llro three hundred (300) acres more or less of ordered that 11U1. I laxea by J
Henry<< Hull for 1P50
\ Believe thc general scne uf ; -- which about one hundred and seventyfiveacres HeatkHibeuude in some newspapers prinie.r j in. the ; eco 42 .
40 theIr gra"world, which bold .thut cJctik" ---nzule of the Thermometer.: are opon cultivation. On the plnce is a Eastern Circuit of Florida for three months"successively County tax nt 25 percent<< OR State tax U L
mercantile Unless
'10 the denilt Ii is the mind. e nod a, and dwelling house, with necessary oat buildings, (rem this date, requiring! the snid Samuel A. of sale. taxes and expense are S paid before the'. day J I

lire riot limb-. thai taints to y lung Mtuug. FROM: 15TH DEC. 1850.Kt'I &.C., &.c. The above places offer great iuduce- Strong to plead answer, or demur to- the said Bill,or f
not :he tailors-think; how [ >t atthe, Magnolia house St. Augustine.] heinz and that the same will be taken pro kutfetto. SheiifLandex-off.
Think ot the tMitiencouf>> . -. -. .---- ments to purchaser, healthy, pleasnntly Signed.] THOS. DOUGLAS Tax Assessor and Polli 'S S
[ Judge &c. clot I jti
sit think of the situated the River St.
Jong the Lord CbauceUor !i DATE. I' 7 A. X'l:! r. Jt 17 P. M. I I W1KDS.Freth immediately on Certified to be a true copy. St. Aug-istine, Oct. 2Gth 1850. '
Johns wifh fertile lands bearing of the
I many
.brooding hen. Witness my hand and the seal of the said '
_-- tropical fruits, some of them already in a Tax f 'Jllettor'aIt.ale..
4th S
the ofNoVt'J11Ler.185U.
51 60 ctoud' N. E day
15 .
LORD MOtrtTH, in ono of of his addresses to 16 '! 5' 80, clear. S. W. growing stale. .. P. B. DUM \S, By virtue of ,the power vested' \jne.by\ law,.Ishall S
for 5
1l talibefore
the electors of the Went Riding tit.nrbhirc., 1,1 60 J' 60'' TERMS. Clerk> C. C. ./ St. JonAs County. in expot-rt _the Court Jlo.... S
: door ibecityoft. Ausrustine
;- uttered the following. beautiful pas. One third cash-balance in one, two and c-n first Mondayof
England 18 66 10 clear E. February next the
nvidcto three with interest to be secured by Tax Collector' Stile. following$ described property
ban bmi frequently years: ,
Reference '
ace:- 19 : 68 10, 62. ckar E.o or so much thereof as will pay the State and .
female *ovr-reijn \ bond of the purchaser and mortgage on the virtue of the power vested in me by law 1 county I
l of former ,
'thn reign our 1 6:! 80 66 clear w. B' tax for the year l lt>5U/ and the necessary expense incident '
shall for sale
1 before
indeed Englishman must fondly look 64 do premises. expose the Court House thereto, vtz :
48 .
I and every :!1 60 I. A door in the Si.
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS city Augustine the Cm '
the wisdon ol Elizabeth und the vietoricsof .Mon One lot of land in the city of St.
'; back to 22 59 1-1 68 do i. w. : day of the following:' described Augnstine late
i- But in the desired Master in chancery. May next : propertyor belonging to John Guiger. deceaced
: Anne. shaping 23 -l I ti8 60 do w. aomuchthereofawihl the bounded north
1- .successor, we St.' Augustine, Nov. 30.1850 9t pay state and county by lot of Mrs. Josiah! Smith West
,Career of their lair and young ;!4 38 6:1: 61 a .do .. tax due thereon for the year 1850 and the by lot of Mra.
,,'is1tbut her name should rise above necessary C. C. .tndersonandeast by tho old Tan Yard, not
: 4 Cio not 2S' J 54 I 1:1: 6Q do If. Tax Collector' Sale. expanses incident thereto viz:

I the wrecks' t>f the Armada; wu ill) wt seek Mttnblazon 26 58 '70' 68 do K. Bj virtue of the power Tested in me by law.; I 9S36 acres more or lea being part of a grant o : returned. R. B. CANOVAienjfiand) ) S.

ber throne with the trophies of mclitields 2'7 56 66 60 cloudy, S ElS ahall expose for sale before the Court House 10,000 acres granted the'Ppanish Government Tax: Assessor and ex-off. tf

us Blenheim or the yet% mure transcendent : 62 11 84 '70, clear. .s w door in the city of St. Auguslint on the first Mon Antonio Huertassituated in *t Johns county near St. Augustine, Oct 26th. 1850.Collector, sic. (

Waterloo. Let her have glories. Lu! 29 5. i 68. ; 60 do Itr' day of February next, the following described MX Mile Creek and located in Township 6, S. Range -5- \

_ euch as arc not drained from the treasury ur 30 60 66' 60 nUn It property to much thereof as will pay the Mate! 2M E. returned by John M. Fontane, agt. and assessed Tax Collectors Kale.-*/

dimmed with the blood ot her i eopU. Let 31 5J( 6:1: G.4 do II and county Tax due thereon (or the year ItM, and as 3d rate.ritate B' ,virtue of the power vested in me by law'I S

hers be the Itlori of peace of industry, of the necessary expenses incident thereto vix : tax due by Antonio Hoertaa (or iso eio. shalll expose for sale before the Court llouw .
851. J.AIICAKT.! 300 acres of land returned by F. P. Ferreira for 58 5leilonville in the of ae .
nnd ol'genius justice i made more county Orange the S
rf commerce accessible education ;made more universal p I 40. 66 50 I rain' iI It Mariana Lorenzo,situate south of St. Augustine on County tax .at 25 per cent on State tax, 810 !S. day of February' next.the following de.cjb,,d first)'00. S

!.j. ;more honored; of( religion more be. !44G 60' 58 dO 'do Matantaa river,west of the oH Fort in Township! 9 Unless taxes and expenses: are paid before the day or so much th.reo u will pay the state aDd proPerty

; of virtue t = :- Range 30 south and east, bounded north by land of of aale. due thereon ror the year 185UaDd county
forth the earliest gospel light thenecessajy
)loved; holding: '; R Mestre,sooth by lands of F 4 Avice F Betts R. B. CAXOV, Sheriffand M-off. penses incilf'nt thereto: ex- '

,. to the unawakencd nations; the .glories that Cowcuth now dim'barging at Pieolata i i I 1M J F Waite,east by the river and west by land Tax Assessor' arid Col'ector.s.j.c. coo acres. bela 19ing to or suppo3ed to
" arise from gratitude rorb\"C'II.'t1tl conferred; BRIG lot of !u'pp1kswhiCh arc offered to the. I or F Betta and J F Waite ; aid tract of land waa St. Augu
i'' the blessings of e loyal" chivalrous bec ause TraM in oripnal: pnrkageiorltlrtftlI. I granted by the Spanish Government to B Mr sire.Jr. AUJ.-IO acre-s'at Smyrna old wharf.

a contented people. 30 firkin Goihen flutter, 10 barrelf Lard 1 erati t ; returned u 3d rate. bbal6t Potatoes, Apples, , < bhIN l Apple.75 boxea Cheese, 15 do Candy, f Unlrtfl taxes and expensea are paid Lefore the schooner Gipsey. now land choice articles Tax S
*. p Per collector, ..
did Julius t'ccsar Onion of sale.j ('!, assorted Pean, Apples Potatoes'CabbasM. Nov. 2.
13 What answer give : ftII. dried Beef; hams, F. M Beef.1 ruiu.Raisins I day .
when Brutus .!kcd him how many pancakes Almond, citroas, carrana with) .\her zrticleieomplttifl j R. B. CANOVA herin"and u-f ,, ..trinS and bunch Onions Hay, Oats Com' S
Rice for sale at Wholesale or relliOet. 'LJ-'iJ5i5oii4, ,\ bite Lead./
Jf be had eaten f'r bn'"ktuliahut inorningl : 'our stock now in ator. ; 11 Assessor and ColJeettr s c. Bean nr"b. Tar. i urpenna., Vu
I A. AnfQitiae.Oet. 36ta, 1O. It.1I50.. B.E.CAR.7. Rosin Oakum Spk, 1.1 .
, .. Etju Bruto. 21., 'E.C..'. Wick Lathe lid *
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'1 ; JlfotfnaZia Hold, On St. George Street) north of of...\I)ri I. I I I, [ IIU unJ..r-ilIl'd: as Asent ur'Ih,- .npicivcU iN--J.. oJoo: _C:::;: z4T'GVST2N -

., J i ,. ,tbc! lublic Square and one dour north of the M4;;h. For the Counties Alachua and : res-peciive pro- proprietor oIl crs for >ale I on x.'iediug1y.l reasonF % : ;, E.l., v
J', ilanaville\ followjiugjandto\ hIiernp.the folio-wins briil* ani.iiiijthich arc !--Oltlt I 5 '!) \ \
1 dial 1'Cburch.I first ;Monday iu May. I IFor I| : .
On North the of : valuable! Plan.. of the 1n'lSt'Itla :at.ll' Cotton; tiirar and Tobatcolandiin I .' I,
I Florida .Ifoute.\ Treasury Lnne Co.yiuty Columbia at !! : f ...
I arrauL/w/A/Cvr
..' .I I the Public Square., .tiecoud.; Mouday wf May., ; at the head of the Stale. MTIHS j ( t:), .
I -id, Tut.l. On,Cbarlotte: aud Bay Street, a few : For the comity of Naw u. at Nassau '1IIolla d by the IN THE ARREIKNDO GRANT. I season! ) Thorough 'Eepqjfs i""t

, \ 4 +. -'doors South East: of the Public, Square.Planlert \Vrdnepday b:.fure the fourth Monday ,|, () Imnd suitable; ( I S ALACHVA COC.NTV. t ;; present of ., is now rzulvt.ptioi ftl,

1, r I Hutel. On Charlotte Street and Treasury .'orthe county of Duval at ..ou ly loca- j; T 9. R 18 ; Sections 11,14,15,22,23,24,26.27. : TIIAX8IB.NTBOAUDBRS Company. FAMILIES: "A\U f

, Lane nyrth:vfthe, Public Square, annexed tu ,tlieFjuriJa (fyurlh Monday of ilay, : 1 the coast'about' Iu"y. IU! ; .i. 2,3.8 10. h., 13. 13..U. 32. can hanriWfa u

I ./ House. For the County of St John'*, at : and contains: about ,'I. 34,35: 30, 18,21. F.2i..., I Apartments.Koouis ; \ :
At :,t U.OAttWNtf HOUSES.jln. 1 o'u thevecoud Monday in June. |, I Airy. Clean, fnd Neat.,
.' 3$. lei Ou jCUarJoite Street: .. near the the last! tll"it'rihl 6,9.; 3 itself, f iiruiHli d ba UI"onleJt.
\ 4 In"DiO! ; 1D.22,2C,27,25,2,30.32! : Iothshit
Barracks. (:r-Ihnlll'p !Ownmp. ; U'aiitinir. /
t) : \ .' ".1'11 Fvtio. On Street. few loon ,, For the counties Orausii- and St. : contain! !UUU (I II I I 33,34. The House is well known as 1cjnr.
t. a
I i George before the tirni Monday of November. \ I In 9" :21 ;. 15. 19.! 20,21, 22,2 2930. Built, view eiu7y
.South of the Court IIoiuc and Public art'. I near to ,naviga: Expressly wih I to1 the
( : }<'urtht" of Putnam, Pilot 3.!,:1:1.34. 1\
{. I G. N. Fapy. Ou. Bay> street, corner of Bay and county .\ugUotiut'. near odation of / and tilhfrs, \w\nv \
% I enhitty
before tlie of u"l"I'i,22.23,26,27.u.
Tuelay first :Monday ,, ; ofVIMU!, with Rooms I
1 S $ .Gardvn Laill'1 '. FortIit' county of St. John's OH the ; t : 3;;;. 3G.In bUil connmit. F"tt
t : DUCTQBS. on Halifax l &e., which renders ..
t ; f ug nuus" j jt Fr -
. \\1 I I in oVl'lIlbl'r. 10 "< 19 ;. tf,17.19.20:1O.
; rrJl1
I Vfrt. F. IVeedon. OJiw lit haA Dwelling Huuyiu i Ullilll"! near the Umulc-J.I :! RI i n.k
-f I ,). I For _the county of Nassau Tb In 10" 20 ; 13.14.lC.Sd.SU.In" ( l-'Ir'ptales tn "ilhrc ",
4 : ". WMjje :-ll'; <'l.t. < ; lbirdloudu'of: November. the late Gco. t\g.1 I 10" 21 ; Ii, ?. 9, 10,11. through, opening on 1'iazzi I'romz'nzie! Ti'l

I IUCt.JQFgII p. TVfc. Officeon St. George Street F'ortlaecouuty of Duval on the ( 'ph Lautou,con f 12. 13.: 14, 15, ltf,2,2G,31. h Hundred Feet. lrufl'cliol front Rain*, 't1.Vinds ., _' .
i door, .,North of th* Court HOUM ,. \ &
.! .41 Tew NovenilM-r.' In" jO MOO.; G,1'I9. (, desirnbtcuEt.r rr
,. 'I .\ |IH ltt'GG.IriT.P.C :. : For the county of )Marion on the Smyrna of the in ROM-UC In" J I" 18 ; .. 24. conlinenient at all seasons of the ) .
4 : Zyt4rrs. ClwmilnvJIruo! Ml' Norlb\hutli\ DI eeciir.For I : .. Iu" 11 19 ; ," 1.2,, 17, 18 The lluusj. is sittiatrd facing' So.ith : :

\. c' Public Square opposite tlw middle \n.'fj the rcunties of Maehua and I. :M.! John River, 212330. position and retired fro other 'i cntrl

"4 o Monday in Dttcrmber. In 11 '20 ; ;. 18, 80.() 23, 24, E 1-2 of 25 The House contains 45 Room with I
i conitiijj
: : :
/ :.j I LAWYtn.S.'J : .Fortbe county of Columbia on the laiulsin: .! 27.3rt.33. N 1-2of 3G- al i Parlours Dining, S.ttin .' :d,1itioli. I*

11 4. 'J 1 p. /?. GW.f. Counsellor at: Law-office oo Ar- in Iet iqiilwr. In" 11" 21 ; 123.10, II. 12. 13. Hi:. \ in general ForAcumpvajjji.Um! cOfl.enietices .

"\ ; ". Cilery Lnnc.f. The U.S. District Court at St. suitable Vl-I'I 19.20,21 27, '2 .2J,3t1.33, not surpassed. S
. 1 i ; / .' A. Putnaiv. Attorney and Counsellor tiret :Monday in April "' 35, 36.to 5 Th 0 wclI earned .Repuation .

1 nt'J.nwollicc. Jicolala street. County good pine 11 22 ; ", G, 7. 19,30,31 from Year trl JloUI"has
THE TIIA.VELLEIV ac4uired.it will
William A. Forward. Attorney at Law and bofidtor I _
I ot ARREDONIK GRANT. lrupriclrS.1rs. D \VI aim to sustain. a rJ'
ia ou the ground flt or : i
Chaucery--ol.'ce !

r. *1 ;: '"* 'the outk Wins: ot tye Court llouw.and" CouncILor af ROUTES FROM-. :: ; to .\XK In" 12" 18; a'MARIOX 1.',COUNTY.,3, 10,11, 12. 14, 15 turns tht I thank,. h rctforC.she t$..

aei. George I:. Fairlank: *. Atuuney FromL'karetouo.Yew I'ori. of Land*. Iu"J2" 19 ; 2. 6. 11. 12. 13, 1C, 1$. 19, Thc Table will 8tippli with chouat
: aw-ofljjce in the Cyurt b i
r i 31-ti o'clock r. M, By Steamer) to \ : ,&.c. S 20,21,22.23.21. Game Oy tcrs.lurth Fish, Duckr. Venison
1 1 milc' .-By Railroad toWeldonlfij lit 12' 20 ; K 3-4 of 1. 3,5.6.7,9, 10,S Turkeys Fish which at iliu time, ,J I
; 'I'
r rUn1cOFFIcI'.s.
:1.-"J'u Uiehmoiid thi... To : )EU1)E'l'UFl'Y. 11.14,16.17,18,22,24. Rivers
If'hot rj; 1 i our arid Forests ab.1und.0 .
: ,i .tlt I font ()Jit ,P. Cl tfylstra I'fraf'te..on: the cor- 7tl.-|)y Sieamer to Washington 55. In 12 2f
',: f ., r 'ncr pf Bay Street and, Public SquJ-e, North "of Jfar- ., Baltimore 41)).-To Philadelphia 92.- INSlJn'CE: C .. 21222324. h loust. thk
. ". ,, :. et buildil1j: 87. Total dutaucc ;;1 mile. Tune ; n 12 22 ; 7.18.19.. h1orse .
t, CarrinirestPonfr
, \ \\ 1 B. A. Putnam :Surveyor GKO. R. FAIRBANKS. Guns., Jl!in
:1 Surveyor Generaft Office. I9-O. ,WALL, Tackles Duals for Excursion, &c. *
General on Hospital Sirccte.rner of Artillery 'I'he "Southerner" (Steamship) I 1st, Itf-W.gDOO- St. Augustine: Feb. 1C 1850. Very

4 '. l' Lane nnd Hospital trs'ct. etcry ,tenth day after the 27th of 3 Mortgages FALLUPPLIES.C1OICE Ucspclfulr.
, \ v lAnd Office.. Doct,William 11. Simuions,ReMt'r Thro }u CO hour Fare (&atr.Kouiu) uklyn. and stocks Eg.
t \ I f Public Land*-oflic. in the Co irt Hou .e.That. Prom Charleston In Philadelphia. York and United GROCERIES PROVISIONS.= ,
t i T. Euttelt. Receiver, office in Court leaves Charleston every other 1 Schr. Gipxff now dicltarging day from N. B -It It the VfMi of'tlie I'ro
\ in CO hours.'Fare il New York prJetr MM that nle Scrult.nttiichcd I Itt
i House. r. M.through J. i= ; a widely exten. '
t. Judge of Ffibate..G., Humphrey's Judge,) offiv I From Charlrton to ycW'Orleaiit. : OSIIEX Butter, Lard Choice Provisions the HOUM I".onhlln civil, uttcii.

- : -I't ., I in the Court House.Peter at IU o'clock A. 4. By S. C. Railroad' I ol profits of fif _G hunts, I!. con, Shouhlers, F. M. Bwf, tivet and- obliaiiig.IVoilee..

t B. Iiu,*,,. :Clerk Circuit :Co .rt,'office :.in lIIill'ny Georgia Railroad to ou the 31st Mackerel l, Rio &. Java CutTec, Old Hyson. 5 -- n

,i \' theCourt House. Macon and Wet-tern Railroad to chuicu Teas, Black & Green,.Crackers, Sugar, All person* hntinl any rl.iim! or iFmanJ:
.- I Rafael D. Ctfnf, Sheriff apd Tax CpLectorof-; Stage to OM| >>>laka 35. 'By Railroad : among Molasses New Buck wheat, Indiau Meal,Dried t th HEUKL( 1E.111f of Si '

f I rice in tke Court Uon \ 05 ':By Steamer to ){olilt 331.- ; Bt-ef; Ballipgim I 'I SUU:4I1Jt.S., 1'orter. Conjrress:! John-, deceased.as creditors, heirs,I" : ,or ahtt.
' I I ; Cmlleetor of Cnttomt! John M IIn'o""h officernipedor 1C6.; Tmnl dManee l.UOC 'miles. I !- annually sein- Water Canal Flour wie, are hereby uoiitie4 to pn'na tliiiti to tlw- rob. ,
.t \ ,/ of Caitiutf. Ora Howard office inH Fare $3l :)u. added ou the scribrr within two year. from the date hereof.cr
!; in IWrells &, halt Barrels Fruits Raisens
.ward JV.u-Or/ean. ,, I forever barred. And indebted
I D'liUings, Market Hjuare. From Charlatan to I wi b person
:J ___ I\ /. IL'Brwo*. Judge U. S.' Court Northern I Jaily at 9 A. M. By Steamer to his Almonds Coco nuts, Dates, .Citrons, Currants t estate are required to lak.e immeuiate pnyuieut. t ,

r 11 District; Florida.; officeiu:' the Court Hou v.G. -By Central Railroad to Macon and i fit the Company se- Sweet Oil, Sardines Assorted Pickles, Smoked I F. BRIDIER, AUmiuuiratur.. U
R. Fairlfnkt. .Cle/k U. S. Court office m L I road to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to ;' without Tun.'ues: Table Salt, Assorted CunfrctionaryJujude Sept. 13, 18O.' __ _. .__ : .
l' -' the Court House.Deputy By Railroad to Montgomery C.V-By : ck of Paste, together with n full assortment J.Mcflobert Uakir.
\1 I Manhal. 'prorge: I. Zehobaur, ftffice in I bile 3,1 L-To New-Orleans ICO ; accumu- We shall be glad to accomodate disposing Jt'"l'OR.\E r 4.. Il _

i. tke Court t'. I ,nit...,..., 'l'imei hours. Fare A3U. 50.JIISCELLASEOUS I lives ofi'acknges to the trade or at Rttnil.: AT CfU.\EL1. .
their own 'I'
: \" rr ; i Oct. 12 18. O.. B. ,E. CARL: JArKsii.irii.u-rK.. FIJI '
i woman can
ORDNANCE DKPARTMENT.Capt Distances. : of which arc Porlr, ..ilc-.-&(. --- Wiu. practice- in ihr C"unof the"Intern Circuir.lt,

!1 : Jamet & IIa"1 J,,,. Ordnance Store keeper. To Athens Ga.. 221 m. $ > : ... of herself or chil PICKS Chocolate Rio Cofl'ee, Teas Java Coffee : in !ta'nihoncunl)' ofihe MMlvCiruui, iu n ,
: office( St. _treet;a t-w doors Soutly of the "Chattanooua Tenn., 445 and I.Ih'WrUI1gh countiV LIar $ -
.t( I on Geprge L Ale in pin and ijtsi, Porter in pta arid qts the ot "llll'r Circuit |In "
I : Dry Good store of S. M. .Wa eman. Perny desirous -I'"(:olumbn. S. C., 130 | >ndent 'upon ants b--t English article,.Congress Water in | ts and q"I, ala. Sup. Court nt Talrl:*..t'l.llll the. rM/irJ:! ,.

({ I : ''ol visiting, the Fort vwill make lJlplicy.lioll to "Camden S. C.. 142: ",.. of a re- lleidreick Champagte qts and pu>,choice Principe ti- riiniiDistct. Court (r Ifl" 11rlht'r flitrit of

\Ij J": I, Copt.. Ihuhaiu.t .. "Hamburg S. C., 136 may be secured gars, John /fndereon'M fine cut Tobacco. .'Jyer'S Florida ;nnd will ;pro- fcuir ,' aa4.i-t lfi<- lrinird
I 'MeinphisTeun., 740 Honey Dew CavtndUh: Champagne Cider Static bi-furc'.Viure::nlllall1l11lrlltII"ft\V! *

'i I ., '. JUSTICES OF TH? rE. CE. Passenger: for either of Ih... of Mutual and pu at,retail, by B. E. CARR. in- aoll. S !, ,
James M, Gould. ; Chariefcloii, daily by S. C. ; advuntages. with &riiijj located at nonvilte/or ///,.ftr will give S .5 '.

___ M- : : Gen. L-: Phillip. :Notary P,l>lic-office op Bay .A. )C. : at theotiiceor Tax Collector' Sale.S hi* entire antlnlr'miuiu!ntleiiimii, ; an |:w protitMTniiand 1

IIre..t.; lillie North of the Market and nejji door of nil InwiiieM l'uluted to hw care hU inert wall
: a E..leru Jndlrinl its agents. virtue of the power vested in me by law I shall .
I ; to thcr Post office. ; Flordu BY for sale before the Court Hou.se at Mel prompt attention. ,
pI ( .
State j .
( St Auzustine. .11. '
August 0.
r St. John* COIIIII C Colden, lonville in the county of Orange, on the tint Monday; .JI.> .
j. ; CITYflFFICERS. I LV CHANCERY.Peter j:1 EdwarJs, of February next the the following described property Tax (; ( tOt.'_ ;. y -. -.

.l I -'layor-B B. (;o zz.S Benet Administrator oq i or no much tlucreufas will pay the state and county By \irtut. of" the IluWrr Vt''h'.1 i iu iu*-by I.iw.: to
I -
Laurence \ the Estate of F. P. Sanchez. Ulnnt tax dw ihuereunfurtheycar 1Oto wit : uPI.Glr..u., l.yJ.-Lt..In.i ;
-1 i .. F. q, / AIIJr\ AJdermeo. ',/ decd.. for the use of AuhroiiFnelunder ] l'enroii, ;i.. ;O nere.4 .belon, !;ini' to or sumiuord t'OU11"/'l..n.i '1'r 1-i luIIviiIg u.xti : ol' rd.'runtyut'xrtht' :
Jamtt ;A. Mtcller ,. hJ'1I1& ca" .llI'ri"t.lllwlwray urro mueli
: '' -
: '. Complainant I a : ..- :<. | a: uJUi !. .1'14 11'I'rtlf U"m;
L I: -' /''. J; Quinrry. J :* : Auaiiift! oDd : JOHN pay tll'.Il and county i.-js due thin'on fur, iluyiur

I Cleric of tke City Cottncil. Charles Hanger, pflice: Gfn..qp .W.rAHrot J&'pli I I : rook SIMPNshieriirnnc1 lHoO.nudthencce9i.nry( cXilc'IetincJ"utaherJu; : to .'1
: t the Council room. : _cl, ;:'. r., ,Tax collector o c. wit:
J ., Longworihdeed..and others I Comstock Nov. 2, 183o. S ;j
I .__ -- --Frm'If4; ;- : 1 500 ner '!. 3rJ ratelnnd nenrllie l -
Def ndQntt. J I I ; ''a.lofln-
; Shuyler dian River
'" J ) Tax Coil ;ctor'" &(alc.I 1"I"UII.r frrrrfc.UIoor, .
.; \ i AUCTIONEER.. r appearing by Affidavit in this I I I|I : : :_ Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I belong t<) G.-o. I. 1,'. Clark. f 'bI11'tttllo ,.

D. n. arr. 'j : ; fendant. %ieorge W.' McAllister! !| Tuekennan, S l shall expose for sale before the Court House at ANo 3 50 acres 3rd nut land.l at .
J I resides bt'oncllbe limits of the State II Grinnell, Mellonville in the county of.Orange on the tirtt Mon Swamp btwc'u the "Iit-nh+uf Matanzalaml IlaliS.

{ ,: !MERCIJANTS.Burrougb in the State of Georgia/ Bunker day of February next, the following d lCfibe.llroper- Rivt'rl un S

,E.(: rr. -WJ olewile and Retail ,1t'lIltrI It is therefore motion of Wm. I S Dutilh. ty or so much thereof as will pay the state and county I- Alto 303 acres third rate land on the head of '

I J i i first, quality Family Oroceriett :o( 1I1! kindo, LiJiors&c. licitor Ordered that publication : I.nthron, tax due thereon for the year 1850, and the necessary M'stnnzas' River on th,- east of Hrllar'l

,. I.
I I \ -,: i jlthc Pubhienquare. v ot Florida for fou months : ,-President., 16,000 acres belonging or supported to belong Executor the. K!tn .of G.-.r.'e I F Clark'UDIJU\r; .

jo I tevrge Burt Dealer in Staple snd Faney Dry date, requiring said George W. to the Bsuile of Robert \1'HtrlJy. George R. Fair: Nov. JOhN' SI\P: O .tlht'rirnnd S .
t. answeror demur to said Bill,or the nkliagt'ut. JOHN SIMPSON aheritfauITax 30 itso. S Tax (CUlclor. ,
1 oods, West side of Cuarlofte street, a few doors : Augustine Fla. I. aTi'oI1ecIo '
k.'"pre Vonfetto.TllOS.. : collector, ,.'
-1 i I unit of Treasury Lane. o c. ik. S : '
\ DOUGLAS Nov. 2.
t r \ Xftk JlWaktiqan.. Wholerale and Retail dealer B' it.tile. power vested Ie by law "
Certified he shall
to true L
a Copy.
S expo before th-
1 I Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the 1ft Court :
H I Witness my hand and Sate. Tax Collectors Sale. door in .khlonvj1eou! ,, Iuu )
'. \ t [L. S.J] Court the 15ih in me bylaw I virtue of the vested in the il''eribet1 l
i u truer-of Pjcolata and St. (George street opjxvite : f BY power me bv 'law foUowinl property or as.n :
1 .i, C je Court House, P. B. : the Court House I shall expose for sale: before the Court. a wil pay thl State and COUllY'.U due"' 11leo. .,:
; '
\ ; Jr.e" S. Z(. If. Piulihtm. Dealers inc Faney Clerk C. C. St. on the first Mon House at Mellonville in the county ofOrangeon the for ltt year iso.. and the nect'aary ep.uCrs incl .. t
1 July 20, 1850. ; dent I .
described first Monday of : tttj
February next..the
East following derci
>x> >jfs, &.e. oppijsjte the Plantera Hotel on \:
I I I i feofCharoUestreet. I I pay the State bed property, or HO much thereof will pny the Mate 3111crt"1 j Third rlr L1n :. .1'' t.

t I I j Pedro Qenet. Dealer Groceries Provisions & FTax Collector's I j. year If50, and and county tax due thereon fir the year 1850, and ih.* ship, 13 Range 27 south and! ea.t. b.lonz liutpd'n n Tot .'

t \C)ml'r of Cuna aijd St. George street. B' virtue of the Power vested in ;|i 1 1 ,''yiz : nerescnry expeui'es incident UVreto,to wit t S posed tu belong 777 \. F (:OlLD; /gent.I ,, ,

,1 I Manutl Crt* o. Dealer in! Family stores, Provi- expose for Nit before the i', F. p.? Ferreira for 170 acres Iwloninij! or supposed to belong to the S JOhN :l5h1oN -, '. .
in the city of St. Augustine the St. Augustine on heirs of Antonia ('ons. sherltfand ,
jt i >h', &.e., comer of Charlotte and Bridge streets. on Tax I i
4 F. J.. Qdney. Watch maker and .Jeweler on :May next the follcwing described Pr i l in Township 9) JOHN SIMPSON; sheriffand N'ovruihrr 30, 1830. Collur o. ;c. ,!

:1 wrge street 'nearly opposite' office of Dr. Peck. thereof as will pay the State and i north by land of Nov. 2. Tux !Iectoro c. Tax--___ ___________- ------.---4'h11. :

t j Thou. NeUin. Retailor of Boots, Shoes) Cop J thereon for the year 1850 and the I J A vice, F Betu (-ol'clors. SSnl, U'{

;[H its fee., easjt ide of Charlottre street comer of sea incident Ihereto viz: j t I nd west by land I Tax CohIector'iia1e J31 "irtw'ofthl. vc.d_ iu..me Iby. .t,

it. i, j larlotte stle, t and Treasury Lane.Andreu. 2000 acres of Land ao."en>ed to t tract of land was virtue ofth- power vested in me by I law J shal'xpuse fur, ; .
turned in.1849 'D. R. I to B Mestre.Jr. B' Court Miat [ fuf Iht
I l tllCr.. : Tailor Charlotte street by Dunham j 1 shall expose fur ale before the Court Houie HoUt coor .ld onvit. tiny .
F ptiarthe },.. gk.but not returned for 1850 The II door in the city of St. .AugusUne on the first J/on- February nt'xl. tll' ,
: Thomat An neu., Tailor' harlotte Street near' acres inn part of the New Switzerland ,I paid before the day of February)next: the following described lHcb thereof f wrl pay the triLt'lruprrlJ oti tu .

the store of QeorpBurt.. side of the River St. Johns and I crlyor RO much thereof will pay the. State prop nod due <'re'ou fur Yt'r !I'5O, nfd 'u.JI...

- : 0 John llama, Boot maker harhnte street near W. front St. Augustine. and ex-ffj I county tax for the year 1850; and the p'n: thereto. tit : ts4ary. u'

. : : :lie City. Hotel.. :: .- Unless taxes and expenses: are CoIIecter s c. incident thereto viz : necessary expenses (I34(: a? acres tbir.l rote fnnd (; de); 'cast -z.it : .
I' t Joseph Ijmez. Manufacturer of Segars shop in Nte. I 790 acres more or less! on the south of Jnlinjfton l.ke l'urgt'.IJun.It'11, WMM by.sahzken, oi ; t
\, : Howard's nuilJln! lI. !j R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff: creek in the county of St. Johns returned in 1849: other lil.. by. .ctio; ,,, 26. 27, -8. TO\1 M!, )nIl, .'

; G. N. Pap Dealer in' Dry Groceries and Provisions 'I'ax Assessor and Col Sal I by James JaR '*. Not returned for 1850.. 1 Range .t south 1 and ca t.and IUWt fr) t" tnd2 r "

: Charlotte street, a, few doors South of the St. Augustine Oct. 26th 1850. in me by law I Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the annie Ako, bounded SSO acres third rare 50011* t.fl,,
, Ciiy Hotel. : the Court House day of w.t'lt by said luke un
; ''I nair.ft. _
Range 2. TfwnlMi
rr I t Mr,,;:, Miuuon tl XtUigam Cabinet 'makers, Tax Collector's on the first Mon: .i B. CANOVA. Sheriffand ex oft flonlns or suppos.'u[ tu Ydrl ", :.'
,1/ rornerofMarketqusreadjolniflgthe\! Council room. By virtue ofthe power Vested in ribtd property Tux Afsftvor and Collector, s J c* C.nvufl\rchitfI. GoulJ. Aprnt. r :.: '

r John .IJVnttfy. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near shall expose: for sale before j Slate and ourit:; L\ugmtfne, Oct SGth 1850. Nov. 3C JOlX:DI ( :1ztrjfr and ;: ,:' .: 'j
door in the city of St. Augustine on / I I and the 'nxolh'ctorolo -
the t iN'ortii Gat#.of the City, necessary -- --Cl c. \
day of May the following -
, a' next I Tax Collector's al e.By oif'c'Grocc..i.I ; I
somuchtherrofaswihl the VIVP: 1(
or lot
)' pay '
' AMUSEMENTS.iJiard j on south virtue of the power tested'in me by law I A *.' nuspey- : '
: tax due thereon for the 1650 and I Itxpenses Crackers. hluguu.i
Table, Bowling Allt,. Ora Howard incident thereto vis: i I of St Johns be- shall expose for sale before the Court llou< B.
: '. .I-.\vard Buildings Market fquare.Kuirlins .\ 9836 acres more or less, being i purchased by door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday at retail.' t'ft :' ,
part '
I Pt Alley, Liquor'. and JtefretlmeHti, by 10,000 acres granted by the Spanish ;; and return 5 of February next the following described property S S II. F:. CARR. .

S ? (?. llrnbpr. City Uopl. Antonio Huertassituated_ in St. taxes due by or so much thereof as will pay the State IIl1dcoonty'tu Ir 'li-ii. -Seo'ici.. 'Vihk1; '- ; "5
t 1 i- -: Philip Comer. Retailer Liquors, Refreshments r, : Mile Creek and located in j jNX $oO 4 2 for the year 1850 and the necessary expenses S SCOTCh! 'L ::.(:; )'. '
Bridier's Bowling tax ]1 incident thereto, tit: derP/r"tln PinIsJqj t.
Charlotte street. opposite .
: ilr.: 2ii E. returned by John M. Fontane, before the rry. P4n ; S /1
day landon the : Cluunp
: I Alley v us3drate. 461 arrt's3J rate Picolata "i1aJ.'t'llt BrnndyHnhland :\lo Wif'l g
of St. Augustine about nine miles therefrom lying, Wines (l. ,ohf'taVhitlky' 1.
r I State tax due by Antonio Hnertas { and : tl'd. ,. aSiJ ,.
I S STAGE OFFICE. 58 ex-off. i partly in sec I and i"c2 of township 7, southof _Frb9 Liquol.Co'dit .bw
: SLo : Bridier's City Pollf ctor, a j r. 1 28 east granted to Flora Leslie and I CA i .
\\0ffift pf Me Pifolata'Mail ;, County tax tt 25 per Ctot'OD',State range not re : .

r 'Hotel. ,tI ,' Unless taxes and expenses are paid turned. IU.kln ; ;
\ of sale. Sale. Unless taxes and expensea are paid before the day JlH'received .few ( ( ,;' im: 4

\ CHURCHES.Komin ., R B. CANOVA in of sale. praoCI tn Water soil sive. the sura. ; ,
t i Sheriff me by law, I In Ek-
t F \ :Catholic, Church t\erduide MouumenT.ptfop .Tux Assessor and the Court House U,D. CANOVA, Sherifl and ox-off- U"glint quIUI"8.p delwyiug huoft !uzpIean ;
Tax Assessor and
,qItirr. I. St. Augut'tin ,Oct. 26lh 1850. the first Monday Collector a le. l'W. ',1
St. Oct. 26th 1850. RCCtOJJll'oeled
\ "l Chvreh. South side Monument square.bijtrrian property for-larC'8 Carriagp :: .f.
,t' S }' ,, CLtrck. On St. George street TiiCoIecor's State and county -t --- '. At Url.il. D. f ". .,"

$Quth of thesquare.hoJint 1 BY virtue of the power vested expenses in Froth Supplies. Cnbbuc Pot.ntoc ARR.

.. Chq..Z. s,. George street near the shall expose: (oriole before the Cossouth, now discharging at Picolata' perchuoner 'Gipty. DO 4Pp1Cui, dou :

Magnolia U usr' Meljonville, in the County of Orange, Augustine, late BRIO lot of supplies which are offered. to the a .Vtgelablw. assuteJ 'lantcholce.alidt.. S r

.. day February next: the following bounded north .Trade in original Packages or at re ail. !. and bunch Ooion POIIUMI -' I

I TFRMS OF ,COURT. EASTERN CIRCUIT ty or M much; thereof as will pay the by lot of lrs.1 j 30 firkins Goshen .Putter, 10 barrel L. Lard, i crate Beawi, Ricefor sale at Wholesale Jat_ .rCOr' '

OF FLORIDA. ty tax due thereon for the year 1850, : Tan Yard, not Onions, bbl Apples,75 boxes Cheese, 15 du: Candy Oct.12,1859. reli .'

i rIt1GUtX.S ,: 1000 acre, belpnging or ipp t Crackers dried Beef, hams F. M. Beef Fruit, Rai,.' OIL. I pARR.' .. ',,

: I th. Counties A. Oranp'a.d St. Lucie, at Mel- J.mtS.9rmoaJ.., nd u-oft in*. Almonds citrons curransrwith other a1liclucompleting LINItl Whit. ii'urpentine. Vat
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our store jaike
third TnejidLay in pril. S. 1 : ..
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