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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1851
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
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System ID: UF00048575:00045

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I THE '//INCIENT CITY ;.S3' ft W ti.' I II 'I may be done.. The average number for athandtocuMnn narrow the hacker can be made to cut it- foliage is the best food non for*'tiiOiiUr' h .

: $ \ -- -- r i day is 80 or 90-a few leas us it is well ascertained that a small scar or worm. And if it should be extensiv&J"'calii-'

__ 0 ,;: "I O.'A CHILD"" '; .' I in,flue ihorteK and' a' few more in the longer: narrow cut, if deep enough, docs as well or vatedusa! hedge, it' ma1t.tbe meant cf few '.

.k 'M) t& Ji[ ' .'. : da 1 or that zLsoa. Her l .,'remark thAt better,.than'atar.tit. : bjroadcrooe., andttwKTOeooroy lmtttcittR" a. \ort- ..
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K .'fJIIDT ", : 'iI- I ; -. not' tree to longer culture while the
dollar the acre though'It may cost' quite! many years In connection with this subject wejiegto'mention ,
: U'4DTeituttsicsra: will be.iaserted itt StVCxTT BY xtss 'AltDoE.." so much but neatly so. The;most- useful l wide cut would carry, the face, out of rcack to our patrons that {r. tf. Yeua&ef*

tin CKrip r' quareof 13 lines or under for the Wearied with pleasure lOb, how deep numberof boxes ice a hand. as a crop is a prematurely. Jerseyville, Illinois has'tn extensive ncrs&rjr

lkst ItU..OIl, tad 'Tirrr CEKTS for each subsequent Such slumber seems to be, ; thousand-though they can do well with either This succession of" chipping anJ dipping oft he Osage Orange, which he has cultivated

1rtlos! .tk4.etiOD will bto made for DoU"ea inaerted Thou fairy creature 1 I coulJ weep more or less. An acre averages about onu continues from April to (October or fur sale and can supply a largs demand't&o- '

As thus I hunnred boxes-the larger trees" affordingroom until frost, when the turpentine is done running present season. .
l atxmeatha.Wgl on thee :
ii gaze tears for three boxes,the middle 'size tor only from a want of sufficient heat. New I ,

... U'WU! mr-U Ay.Wrung, weep from and,tho'with spirits most bitter core, two,and the smaller (being about 9 or 10 inches !boxes are commonly ,dipped live or six times [From the Morgan (lll.) JounsaL-

e exeeated on reasonthle terms To think that in n lew short Tears' in diamcteO'only,one box. in that period-older boxes only three and "It was once thought that the difficulties t

Thou'lt that no'more. When the hundred acres are thl boxed, the four times. The quantity made by a handis procuring material for fc icing the vast and: ;
sleep : sleep
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rd&ance In addition to mi band has his crop or. field in preparation: for quite various, but may be rated "as averaging almost boundless prairiers of this and acme' t. ,1

A8 !o relatiuff to the Po- Wearied with pleasure !, What: a,. sound the following ten or sixteenrears. The box one hundred and fifty barrels. Many other,ot the Western Slates would retard their '

U ''oft&c City 01 Mt. .'- To greet a world worn oar es' being cut the next.work iscnrnering.which make two hundred, and soino even as high as growth and settlement for n great many 1

Beturdalnrd. by the Mav.ir and Aldermen Can we, who trend life* giddy round ': U often performed by two two strokes of the three hundred barrels iu the year. When ye rs ; and there are many personsy even i


lion or,perauns shall commit <>r cnue to be ;, a light chip ;a perpendicular line ot about in the month of November collectingthe" : of busy agriculturalists who hesitate UK t

corwtiiucd.or aid or be concerned In corn- All fever an they fly, : four tosix inches'' is thus started upward scrape is the next duty. In all years locate upon our "ready cleared farms,".oft sty.,

tnittingany treapaU !upon any lot, garden, And leave n blight,-as' sun-struck ftower.Of from each corner. This operation executed after the first,the trickling of the turpentine count of the difficulty of fencing them. 'Wot- 1 1

'grove or plantation within the city of St. Au- too much'glory die. with great despatch, as a hand will corner down the face'of the box, froti the chipping withstanding this difficulty however the prairies ;

t Ju1ncorupon any fruit tree, shrubbery from six to eight hundred in a day. With of the hacker, and which face is lengthenedupward arc rapidly filling up ; and their owners- ,
ntentc votes or 'v :etablel growinu in nnv Wearied with pleasure I Docs the. wing this last work the boxes will usually fill with bout one foot every year, there adhere have generally succeeded in paving by:: ffeeir', I

suck lot, garden, grove or plantation, or shall Of angels fan thy brow : turpentine, .issuing as well from' the corner- to the face or smooth surface over the products for expensive fences.long before the.',

_ concerned in destroy in*or carrying away I Sweet child, do birds;bout thee sing( iajc i as from the face made in cutting (the box a considerable portion of the i issuing tur settler in a timber country,could have ,made i4. ,

nnj* (fruit vejfetables; or thing of value growrnrlhereirt 1 And blossom around the blow ; box. 'The next thing to Iw' done U to layoff pentine-it is often nearly an inch thick on respectable clearing. Even where it has been i

,.u6h person or persons, (it freo) is thy calm sleep with''.gladness .rife, ? the ground in what is called "patience ;" this a considerableportion>> of the face, and,is well necessary: purchase rails and} bring,febm I

ball oh conviction, f)r each offence, be subject Do star ftbovu thoe shine is done by staking it off in straight parallel worth being collected, which, i U done by them a uistance, it has still been profitable, ;

to n4in of not exceeding ten dollaw and I Oh, I would give whole years of life, lines of forty yards in width, with visible'and scraping it.off with several different instrument compared with the laborious: and.te4I ious.eatei-

shd cost of prosecution ; and if a slave be Todrc'immjch dreams! as thine pretty permanent stakes ; this is necessary to as may: be must fancied by the op 'prise "clearing" n farm in the,forest. sIts

nr i he shard be liable to whipping' not ex '.(!Cd. ft enable the hand to follow his "through," or I erator-often with a, small spade, that de a matter of course, all sorts of devices 1

ft"n, stripe and the like co.ts. And in ev TilE BA tELOR., row, reguiariyanainu9- -J no_ tree iu t nil his *i.''..-1 taches ;it from the wocd, to fall into a coarse have been tried to reduce the cost ofpnurta I

erY''ciiie o(conviction the offender shall I :and A bachelor snl ty his blazing grate lure attention to them. All this being done, } two legged stool box, open, at one end which fences. At one time, ditching and banking-:

ciJmmlttrd\lnut the line or penalty and nil And hu tell into snooze, : and the boxes being full, or nearly so-but it open end is set against thex tl'e7' ,below the were in vogue; and expensive machinery'was- )

.cost* yhallfaave been satisfied and raid. And he dreamed that o'er his wrinkled pat is proper to remark that the boxes are all never face to catch the ** scrape 'Nw it falls from cons'.ructedjbr: cutting ditcher and budding. .i

Bt it further ordained, Thnt it shall not be Had been thrown'the nuptial noose full alike, some frees issuing much more and the face of the tree sand the instrument. mud banks \Vbich.certa1rtly did their =ci'j

'lawful fur any merchant or shup-keeper or faster than others -tbe full ones indicate the When the box is thus filled it Is carried to admirably. But the ditches and basics did.oot.r f.
other periton<< to keep open stun, or disillIlor And a rosy boy came to his side necessity of "dipping," which is done with an an open headed barrel near to hand and The earth of which they were made Wjp'

,any good*,chattel, ware .>r m 'rc:!lnndI7.u nu And bounded on his knee iron trowel-like instrument called a dipper, emptied, and so continued until the ,bar.rellS scarcely more tenacious than sand;and''the'
thu Sabbath day or barter or sell tho sanv, And back front\ his beaming face,', he.shook hating a socket to: receive a wooden handle full. The scrape is packed into the bar rain soon washed tbe banks bock MtOtfie i "

hatloitcunvictiun be tintxl in thu sum ut ten Fair carts'in childish glee of three or four feet The bladu is ten or rel either by trampling or pounding, until i iis it ditches from whence they cams. Various;

.dollars for every such offs nee, lu ether with Tlvn clear rnnu! out his! merry voice. twelve; inches long, about six inches wide in made to hold all it can. i kinds hedges were tried, which did\ but little:
costa of prosecuting the same: onu half > to oval and article has been sold the better and have concluded
the lie shouted, loud "Papa< the middle, tapering an point This usually by ; many persons now ,
of which aid fine chill be plaid to the person I tlon't love anybody else :. '. flat on both sides, with the substance of about barrel.at about half: the price of'the' dip that the only way to renew their feacesecondvmieally

informing and prosecution tlm samo. lint you and dear IIJUnmn, one-fourth of an inch in thickness in the mid or liquid but of late, the mare correct rule of is to raise them upon the.soil,Whldt, .'
":' .Lie HJwlker ordained., Tint it sl all not ho! declining to a dull edge at the point and I selling by weight is becoming general.y es they can do from the black Locust fa' about /
_,'"...,IT*, .-...d"-1IIM' ''Mn bv hiin<;H. ryjint orH. ,O the father's heart o'crran with joy. .ieJ". This invtrurneat ;in hand, and two rude |I Iltbe' tablished. I's yield oCspirits is nearly as fifteen-years. It is now ce howe
O. CANOVA8he'rii j-r,'10 tny"etnilrnary r rT.J & ', *': nit.*.' ;.iztnd lir lianaft tana j nnirror- iris" '
..... p lung ylove'ull1it ) buckets wt bkl r half ofthe"dip"perhrref; maltjnj postlble"'CQ"tnit't .,. '
',p ...w. : Akicatifg liquors w.th- from its unseen depths poured but surds, with one head our, fixed at stated die: 'i thecommon or interior rosin, it U greatly with a'fenceexactY) adapted to theth--aalcap, .

out an express licence in xvriiiiiir! frum 11.. \vrin Affect ion Unite. t i : tancos in the"pat tern" or "through," the man I j I preferred by the distillers. The scrape I certain, of quick growth and of endless endur

..< having the control of said slave or 8Iu\'(>sunder t begins his dipping by thrusting his dipper in at I lis thus collected with much despatch and is ance. \Ve eUude to the Qtage Oraagt Mgt 'Oil
the penalty of twenty dollar for each Outstretched; arms! of Mrcngtn unshorn' on corner of the box, ranging it down to the finished generally m the month of December this: subject, ewe have been mud* disposed to-

und every utfcncu, with thu costs, and tin I iiIbrmer : He hugged the old Bernie; cat bottom,and pressing it upward toward the op- ,or January, After the boxes are five or doubt. But having recently examiof 'itel

shall be entitled to the one half of Which as twos wont whei; master :slept positecorner, all with a quick motion. When six:ycaas old they yield about as many barrels this kind, in all stages of .;', t.thu.

hard" penalty and if tho person or persons su ,Had'leaped upon'. hislop. nearly the whole cements of the box are collected of" I\ rape as of" dip and as they with the mode cultivating! them reparina\

offending rtull be u licensed shop-keep'r hit W H Bi B> MW MM* MB B H M '. ** on the flat surface of the dipper-which is get still older, the scrape increases. But. the seed planting, re-planting ',

or'their and licunsto shall: be ru fokcj. From the Soil of the South. immediately carried to the bucket, thai being it 19 more than probable that at half the priceof I we are satisfied that no,snore.perfect protection

Passed in Cuuncil May 26th 1851. TURPENTINE BUSINESS.. set quite up to the tree-the dipper is drawn the dip the scrape is the most i against all tort of animals can be found thanthe&hedges.

E. U. GOULD, Mayor. over the near edge of the bucket to cleanse it profitable: the maker. .; We deem the subject of sufficient
of the Soil of the
[Atteest] CHAS. HAACEB, c. c.AvtOrdiaauco In the January; number made the from the adhering turpentine, and to accomplish This description embraces the whole operation importance to'justify u* in giving full 'ac

South, some inquiries" tvcrq over Not signature this the mote effectually, a strip of hoop- of the culture or making: ot Turpentine count of what we saw and learnedod a recent'

relaliitR to waitc I of "A. M. about waited turpentine.to hear from iron is fixed in the edge ot the bucket to draw' save the preparation of the barrels. visits to the grounds of Prof.; Turner,' Bear"

|froiiud.,&cWKXBLisby I knowing ourselves wo In the the dipper on. The first box being thus emptied The timber of which they are made is usually town. t .. .
the laws ot the Indies. whorc-H. some of our correspondents. that absence ,with quick step the next is reached andso I got out by the same hands who make the Prof. Turner has several acres of"5 the;

the Hpaniih jurisdiction extended waste of any communications Journal of on Agriculture subject, we continued until the bucket is nearly full- Turpentine, and commonly taken from the young plants, which have' been raised from.

ever kids were set apart for grazing purposes extract from the the nn arm of it holding about eight gallons when lull' ; the I same land as the wood or the boxes. The the seed this year. They present their polished '

for,the use of the inhabitants: of towns, vill. ticltt which we hope may meet i in, wants the man carries it to. the. .barrel. and turns. it in staeJ.are: cut thirtv-two: inches in -1 length, green leaves in loaj rows,some ton tec&ea
correspondent by furnishing detail
our -
and cities to be used us common property the ot labor and the 'and there leaves it to drain while ne is fillingthe and tnree-tounns 01 an men in inicicnessine epart, and about fifteen inches! high A lars
aces und \\'bercaby virtue of said laws, whole operation, amount We have forests'of |II 1 other bucket, which is'.soon to' take its heads about seventeen inches in diameter, so portion of the plan's are as even, and as equal

and ;by Immemorial u ages: and customs the profitso'the busme&s. and Alabama vast which) place. Thus a hand will fill from four to that the barrel may contain thirty-two gallons. in growth as if they had been trimmed; wbila ;
waste>t lands around and about the City of pmulnnds in Georgia to its, 11 11VO J seven barrels day ; some active quick hands From the time the getting off the" scrape in another part pf the field they arc urat'gdarr' ,
adapted -
finely
&.Augultioe have been used: by she inhabitants \ would suppose production have filled as many as ten barrels in a day. is finished until the season of" chipping"comes and uneven throughout. This dureresc9>&
enured and which ate now lying a worthless' 1 of The round which is from the pended wholly on the peculiar preparaUco oT
tor grazing purposes: and have look uPon 11 This is the whole process dipping. I generally
to and of right are vested in the said inhabitant waste. The estimates doubt finely would workout paper, :first dipping newly cut.boxes is the purely :, first to the ,tenth April the hand i.s engaged the seed to which apart of'them were subm&v

M common property, and cannot be and we can scarcely favorable localities. I"virgin dip though the whole product of the in getting the barrel timber, which oughtto ted. And'rof. T. assured us that his method, -

, appropriated otherwise than to common pur well in practice of, in would be devel Another first.year at the pine Is commonly called "vir be well seasoned when made up for dip of treating! the seed' insured DOt only ngvlsrtiy
their express consent resource our country gin dip." barrels; and it will save time and a loss of among tplants, 'but mAde'their. vegeutkaj:
wilbout
and its labor diversified.i We are Jlad I
p ami oped, to the heart and dmostabsolutely cei tain. TIle difference,feertween
ordained by the mayor turpentine, separate sap
B* it therefore be able tb refore, 'to meet the inquiries little remarkable that the first
to It is not a :
cut, so that the for the plants from the prepared aod ti
the City of St Augustine, That it staves as they are being : I } ;
aldermen tf made and should be pleased to know that our dipping is very different, in being thin, oily, be made into" dip "and the latter unprepared seed o/was so manifest ts to.tUrtettheuttcnntion
lawful for or person mer may .
shall not be. any person forests were being made: to contribute or more so, than 4oy that
and "
abstract the free be pine transparent into scrape barrels e heart staves retaining of the most casual t9ba rv.- .
ineny wise to and marsh or passage waste lands their full quota to the resources of the South.\ the tree will ever again afford; and parbaps and holding the liquid while it will er. .' M4t .
tweed the farming notion of having our corres- that the of each succeeding '
We have
no not less strange product
r within and around the said City witbin the soak through the sap staves. The cost of / We saw fine hedge of three t ftoW'tfi
off from his the is
frightened inquiries by long as tree ,
as
pondent year, cultivated'i
estimated
Jurisdicilonai limits thereof; and any which Reviewersaw these barrels is always at from which was absolutely impa. toanyamidfrom .
roper of skinned pines from their '
f the is different
who shall in any wise ghost twenty to'tt.irt1.cents each. Thus It 'maybe : small bird to the largest and ,
eraba
or seemed thick
; persons in North Carolina, that to speakto the turpentine becomes
"' obrtraction in the passes and ways succeeding year seen that like the engagement a farmhand est ox! This hedge was about four feet YJfi
"Lie light
ruin. low
rptooe and colored from
tay "devastation a
,
him and deeply
of er more finding something needful/ ha""prt; l
ofarecftid shall be deemed to be guilty a said Reviewer. This not differing in always but its great strength and density
: dark was toward and vet
and keen an ;
i1iJeMeaoor, and shall be liable to a fine of who has cream orange of It U be done in every day of the year, and something that one but twa-feet raids wou14-be ew; .ltit
t of ours in its yield spirits.
acquaintance .
the mono an perceptibly ,
soWith
dollars, with costs and that should not be neglected, sufficient. There were no side shoot* c
i not exceeding thirty tortune out of an Okefenokee the .only l that the white,
dip"
been expecting a from "virgin band the whole' has its
three the year but tho outline JfJ..iiJofn
days
not exceeding turpentino hedge, was fts;
&}io to Imprisonment speculation ntitil he has much rosin so much used in the arts,
Swamp transparent
,
in .
him their
ordsined That if any obstruciecu various demands upon proper } forest tree. Another .however/
8. Ke il further of his head than he had the floe white
in
the making soaps
less hair on top and especially
no from
is time
been erected by season so that there to spare up
any person ;
t' shall have when he began, and still his land lies :low can be ,nude.. When .the dipping is thus /
obstruct the its outline.. And this '[ .
., rttoassto. as to bump or and keeps distressingly dark. Nevertheless, over, the next work-lorto "alts or. scarify turpentine. crop. own f _=
of labor like that
be the that it made from
aDd aforesaid, it shall The profits. turpentine by the fact was.
way should have felt no inclination to hare interfered the tree, immediately over the, box,' and extending
we other
am>tor the mayor of the City, after due notice, with the advice ot Reviewer,for he is across the faCe between perpendicularlines bestowed on the products, depend on as they possess no' tap-root y'oa raHjr tferjfflv ".
for whosebeaeit price--and price is regulated by supply and surface roots to gain the nec 1 ett'a
,.to"uIre the person or persons of giving good advice, but we feared arising from the corners or outer: edge ..
shall have been erected to capable demand. Compared: to other labor, this has, nutriment from the soil. : ) : .1. 1 U
the same instrument
might have been living of the 'box. This is done by an
the same and on neglecting or refu.sfeflH that our correspondent "shave." for the last ten years been deemed the most The ,depth to ,which the:0:1 J
he
Demote until sometimes
was called "hacker
'shall be the further duty of the said upon differed hopes' :, already usually a like "round shave! profitable of all. It, is indeed difficult to puta shoots its roots is truly sarpfi&f. Ttirr
would his somewhat ,
and we thought we gratify Its form is a
$ kiror w cause the same to be removed weary, the the diameter proper value on Turpentine land properlyand ncr, in his earlier1{ manageroeat( cCj
take the to
curiosity by letting him a,, peep at narrowing at cutting place
with at the expense cf the party or pare then he be be fixed securly conveniently located. Applied to the had a peculiar plow made. for cuUIag
and to
other side of the picture, ,might clan, inch, with a shank .
here described
of
Turpentine,as ,
effea4ing and the said partr or parties 'Would of about two feet production underground for transplan'unff! ,aMftl
; niisfcn4 .. his own Judge as to whether he CO to into a strong heavy handle annual, value of the acre U from four to :
of the
t tunisarttsore be deemed guilty a keeping sheep,save his land for posterity, or in length, while the laceS of the trees,,are low, :; dcrtook'to use theinstrtimeatwithdbi.
in its' dollars "
three
...... I" t thin be subject to a fine not gather up hit axes and shaves and go to,;KiD- but the handle is made longer as years advance six dollars barrel gross which is product an interest: at on sixty oxen. But ho found that, to cut .tltfh
Thirty dollars and costs, and imilieat the faces higher With the.hacker the per roots of a hedge ,only' two years bimbeeed
.tort exceeding three days. ninJt An pines.able-bodied man will require for his man stands nearly > in front of the box and I to a hundred dollars and when the trees are ,it required sic ''Yca if" ..,r fie..mHQ .
Ia 1851.a i exhausted of their/Turpentine, the acre is from slips occulting aui.t.......
? Couudl May2Gth, field about one hundred acres or pinG forest as makes a stroke from the perpendicular line to value in after ;
equal its
', E. B. GOULD, Mayor. line from the very nearly of pro usel.-IIIQ their .want L .
After the middle of November.box- the corner, toward the center or
his
m' itttest CHJLS. HJUGER, c. c. crop. with cutting a, furrow I ducts of Tartoo.culture. rf turpentine,befng pets them to throw cots: '
the trees commences. Thus a long, middle of the box, upward, '
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.. IT 'l 'tWoCtbe power vested in me bj house law I just above the swells of the roots.. The widthif This is mostly done withdtietrolAwben the from the "Western Journal.ART. fa.. J I' ,,, '**uexainiaaUotr" '
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idootta fhsdtyof 8u the firtt Mon. the
Acfoatioe on VI.-OSAGE ORANGE.We alL
at Professor TurnerV-,
, < of Deeewbet next, tat bUomojr described tract but usually from eiht to sixteen inches. It is I and makes a like stroke,oatlw, opposite side, .
4cy
i '.lit** er 'a* .tseh thereof u will pay the ,taxes not cut far Inward but aims downward and,! 'toward the centre, In this ray he, passes are pleased to learn that a plant has -we are satisfied rn that mt
: .ttaeoa in QM Ut&" sad'County for yean 1849, '50 to the line separating the sap and heart of the through hi*. Mpauerm" until he gets over bit been discovered :that promises! to become a makes the besiItno+ 1? ..
/ &tfebrit<* .' ,:. tree. The rim of the box is kept level, and.I whole crop which he may readily do in six to strong,and durable live :fence. If indeed,the ot 'rocJlids"lalifatJ. >&

tt4.. of iecondTtU land In section: 38 of it i is designed to hold from lone to two quart; eight days; and as soon as over,be retuns to Osage Orange should'be found to 'possess all ,; *cver'deviled. JJs ::cbeap.kt .... .
prime nmrt, township 13, stage 28 south and small trees they do not hold so raueh. This where ho began,and goes, over them again the qualities ''attributed: to ir, the. 'advantages long-Urnl' enda, '.ay japigjzi ls ttand

' n.eat. .ii4MBKM ale CUt lWe of Don's Lake, said in- continues until the middle or end of and again until his boxes are full., The filling which' it:will'afford to tbe'great prairie region .roilfu,.,.. N-.. r
'>. .100 acre used to Ihtoah Cingtler.i boxing when the begins to rise freely Js generally done withfour, or six "drippings"or of the West,'will remove*one-of ;the principal rrwgltt IL = ..
Ifekss sue sad expestes are paid..be"re.the day March will or embrace obout sap four months, as the four to six weeks: when dipping. comes objections to its_ lement, .But the utility bf I .> Proi T. h"! ilrs \ .,
1 and each '' is not confined to the the plants,. through this psrt:: ( '"
Orange
Trade* suitable boxing season of the year i and round again. In chipping! exceedingcut I the Osage purpose yuuog
L Be CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off. only hand who can in this period cut is nude immediately In the upper edgy'(' of fencin -we are authorised to state Staff; as*}am bt-lit re b prepared: c.l r .*

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.j 1 f'f''I 'H' .J.I';. ANT:; CrTY. J';!-llcnn to rtislead! its readers os the true position Wilt they not insist that Scuth Carolina shall ; WRO G-NOT RIGHT. I that place had elided dovra 20 feet fttme: tb

.t i I II of Northern Statesmen of itc political ei least be put on a footing with Liberia nr.d Almost ei'ery.hi paper we open has nn the spot where he was (ound. Je:. Jin .
i in Un.ti'1Vill they failto perceive that, as theextraordinary l'extra supplement tilled with government nd-j, eo.ofpiIIaror wail, and gzirIg. UPWIW-
party as a gro-o attempt nt rnpoiLtiozl.and effort to encourage intercourse verti'ment. 'I'he only exception: to this rule Howne escaped iustant destruction. ; u 'bqoii .

: t I .:'". a i>ar&fhra of us own remarks would say with the free negro S'ntei: are u device of Abolitionists t semi to ,be the Wilmington paper Now I Ithi nU' account. ". .

i I ''"f'I 0t .' _ that ,Aerily these cabinet defenders arc ns : to undermine 'sla'erY.50 their exclusion I we think is not exactly: right. We certainly -'

J I" ,\ trustful anti nerxitivc of efforts ut lofty b stil.! from trade with u slaveholding State, I have: no pretension1 to any ,of tbe'-pap" Spiritual Iinpplni.; % I It

'n, Q1AUTT : : that State luid been one of themselves! should be on the lower side of the wheel just KOT sv "g5y5P4!!
: I Til ALt WHO orE! THEM. t-nre accustomed in be, and like certain and: had assumed of separationto nnd submit, since then? j h no use in
f __ ___ only position now, ,we '
,. I : --r--- infidfl-i- iiK-ntionetl elsewhere than in save this institution from a meditated over grumbling ; but reallY we think that (he powers O.irp.upon a midnight stormy.a lone 'bneh

I ST. AUGUiTNEJUNE...... I iiti II, 18.51. scripture'', there :I&t'luIlC' so blind m those' throw. If the Southern, States arc prepared to that be hate treated our town cotemporaries lor attorney! ponderrd many. n curilvutuof ; << &
1 ,
: -=:;:- .-.--- his heart's forgotten InlC; whole he-OtM'd
\ IT Fla. .Cb pt. No. 3 of R. A. Masons andSt. who J I will not s<'l\ lend themselves to the Fchemeftot'lheAbolitiunit.s miner shtlbbi'y.ie' believe our former nearly napping, smfd'-nly thcnr cantfn ,
1 ...... 'for their destruction, then then> will neighbor of the Chronicle was the very first paper tap.
'a
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of 'ontnth.
; Johns todfcf No. ISof Ancient Frc* and ping, ome rappfnjrapping;
tolerate- such I -legislation this. But. we ure in the State to hoist the name otGeiz.Tay-
'' his chamber door u'f is the
Accepted M son* of',St. gu"tiuc111': cl.I.- SouihernSLltnuer: Resorts- *atirn"d that they 'arc prepared to submit to i lor, and yet we do not recollect that-there has: ]I: at he started spirits! An.l

f I fZ : bratb the approaching, Anniversary uf St.I.I The Savannah ( e risi&i in a forcible artUolr no such outrageous tyranny! If proposed inConcress'it ncen-the slightest recognition of its services I for help "rapping I'm frightened nt rn chamber sort !" door. Oh,

I ![' John the BaptiM, by a Pick-Nick ntthp Light I presi-nts \eryjudicioui. Mrictarei up 1 wiU 'only hasten. m. on..thatconsum-. not ban the ,government designed in mnk: Then into his chamber Hitting: (not even
matron WhiCh t'verJouth:: Carolinian desires, known iH wants in any case through the; papers !
House kept by Mr. John Careron: AI1I.t.liu J tfn the practice of ihc ;Southern people in ma. -a Southern Confederacy t Embargoes, and of the commercial capital ofihc State, once permitting to fly nto tin closet, orb,

\\'J 1 .' Island. The members of the fraternity .;cUt' i I\in x: tin annual or biennial( migration to the. ,,the abolition of pons of entry, failed inr774 to although every petty local paper M filled with get hearts; behind broken the door with came the ghosts of(fond
( :
manva riug.amtoutoken
I If isolate Boston and tho of New Eng thouxh nut even iu cxiitence
zaIIy.rcordiafly invited 10 uMcud 1 and Northern cities and- watering places to expend provinces government matter ) and they sal tnem down beside him
land from tho and of their the election. his. said that mi
f ill tho festivities 'lItLl. t of to the sympathy support previous to
participate (! ? cU-imun.' i surplus profits thdtcrup* the dusty book. trrwn floor-sal them jioctif
\ ,. I sister Colonies, and they will fail not less signally there is: honor among thieves, but it would seem
amid! the volumes venerable
H i enrichment of the North and the'.impoverishin ot"most I lore.
: Thedariontar.! if attempted in 1852; to, separate South that there is no gratitude among Whigs. We Ihe
Quoth "What bore I"
.. t : of the Smith.-Newport, Saratoga, Nhig.irj. Carolina from the sympathy and suppon of the cannot regard this as respectful or right.Wilmington lawyer a
'II. "It must be something serious I his }Is .
'We' in Iho ofihetirM nniut.fiofthji ; certainly
Rf1I receipt : (,.'Ir' May and elsewhere nre crowdeditiits1alIy Southern States; Journal.
; ; ev published ut Ocala, Marion. obtuin Charleston Mercury Gila in.l. rnyseriotH-quiIe nn advent of tho
paper with Southern peoplelxi MUCDCROUS WOMEX.' -The Augusta Rep npirii-resurrection Cfmll77 ort. Bit undent 104
j jI
k I CcJiflutiJa, Thv.fU'.erpriHln and nsie1Iigii tls: : ruw ventilated lodging roonn, u chanceto THE CUBAN' EXPEDITES.-REPOBTED E.ICACE-: ublic slvs--The women arc telling to he. them mostly." Here there came 1rap III.
citizens of that thriving; <: nre will .: the follow formidable) it nnd Jane ghostly that he could no more dissent ,,
'
I .t ouniy! rush at an immense table and be elbowed ME1'tT.-'bc New York .Exjress.haS antagonists, seem! Dt:
.j Itll\\ J1uJ IS4fon-bere1 bicl r,
_. i4r Y 1hC t. tt ?r.t: 1yr 'by a'crowd; nt au enormous. expenscrwith, ? r. I"I.rp, \\C-. :. iounavf'Tua1oo' lverr.jSoutUCaroltmt' j nnd*'paler' R..'he stirta! fur'Tneldfior- t"
JatedTlavana 8 1851 j who entered the Bunne1"ufficc on n sang'uinnry a Ji
C thcjr unless,ihjcy are lke, Iou with .source, ifoy. '
pwn, ii.uy free
nccaxioiinl
fracas tmpu.lent! negro .fell floor
tilt !
"I do not know whether: nil the piratical expedition mission not long since, k i not the only upon 4
1 erswho[ >ljow'thVjr. devotion to the Houth and t \vaiiernjhrown in, when within the limits of .has yet suffered tho fate of that portion one who Knows bow to handle a pistol and Then there came h' clatter b:<* teeth bezna

: horno'jotcresiH by taking only N'nrihcrn cheap : their own States:) they might &points far of !which I,have ,now to give you an 'account bOWIO knife. to chatter, as the spirits: gathered round hiin.

;pacrs which they can ob'.uiu: for .1'few bhil.It moio ugreeablc in rc pcct. Virginia of in afew words, and with much. A widow, named Masonvalkod into Lawyer and accused him very sure; how, with hand:
I I. every caution .- .,'' Wilson's office at Cincinnati' a few soir.e face nil smiling, and with willing won-
I I less t their : ,
Isng near HHneyilIIfl, own bepublb'ied
I can
: Point and her
Old Sulphur
has her nUmcrou
beguiling: he had charmed away the sctiMj f
with
"I-, 6f tho schooner-- came onboard 'days since,nnd shot him twico a pistol,
I for. '. I: Springs.; North Carolina has her sea coast our'vessel, nt sea, day before yesterday, but without killing him. The cause of the fair laudens by the score1, _nnd each !as. hail.
: I. Tho i!tar- announces itself: 'independent fondly fanciea 'twas:< her ho.did adore Qtwh
: the
toVIJSSouth Cuolinlhs: neighboring with several other men from bis own vcs>cl, attack! is :not given. i ,
( J f : (/t' d f rty'immps; und* comk'nations, and I i springs of Georgia and Sullivan Island.j .- told me thaton the preceding afternoon at n the lawyer, "Nevermore! '
\ I \indfcate gua.rter'past seven, thu schooner attacked two Wo find another case reported in the Started at the silliness: broken: by reply;
of the
i : P.f$ rt', }tt'a ,_ .. tho-rigjits: South. j Our own :State i is in all respects ,so healthy .boats full of merii in a cove of the island. ; Natchez Free Trader aptly! spoken, (fur the nnswer, strange enou<&

\ \ "' 'V cllst r. "' that there is little need on the score of hcalth) "They had' b( en followed on suspicion; and A DISGRACEFUL Sees--The other day a quite relevancy I bore,) they began A noisy i
Mr, to travel! far. The people of Middle Florida they soon were observed to be making preparations womnn who keeps a notorious house ot ill rapping-sort spiritual. clapping-whicli |{ia'lawyer .

.(( Mr Wcb er'. speech! nt Buffalo, when nocompiny'inx have their Newport Springs and the Suwannee to land, \yhcn the schooner:opened upon fRme, publidv cowhided a .until in the lrcils thought could! be but 1\'tQ hifJQlbru! co-
I r J 1 the .President, is quoted nnd ''the ofEast. Florida have them un active 'fire of crape shot, which, of this ui y.Ve do not know the cause of core; and again, as'if his,soul in that word bo t.
end
= commented dn by a: certain class of presses. Springs, people although was answered with musketry soon the quarrel, but understand the man ( who would, outpour, diJ he groan ,out "Never

I. as-ft distinct ovowal l against the South. No: numerous Sulphur Springs aiid reports, nnd cleared the decks. i lives a short distance down the river ) had more \
I satisfied with' his noMe declaration on the for Sea Bathing the Ancient City affords amore 'P. was not inclined. the,particulars, given some offence in the house of the wuin.ui Presently his soul grew stronger. Hasitnting *-

f I same' oc.cadonJ will maintain for.the. I!I pleasant resort than any Northern sum- ami turned to leave me, saying, 'in short, there i who inflicted the castigation upon him. Tne ] then no longer "Oh 1" said he. "tweet'
1
,| .i South and North,to the utmost of my power: ',. I Situated: within a mile and a were.more left alive to curry' the news.' lacked same female has proved herself In be equally spirit your forgiveness>> I implore. On -if' ,
And Inthe face of all danger their rights un-j, mering place. him what bccamqoftbe.bo !; and pointing : expert'with pistols as with whip, for within knees to every !hostess who to love has played,
j. I Jet; 'the Constitution; nnd God forsake me! half of the opi-n Atlantic we .have-the. sum with his finger to the bottom 'of the sea, as he the past few years she! shot n man. in New the lioMrs! I Twill, promise to recant thu many

I ", and my children if I ever- be found to falter! ,;,I mer temperature rendered cool nnd agreeable was getting into. the boat. I understood the Orleans, and more recently *lw shot another faithlcv' than I "Wa.n.ViII" you promise I
; .-Ia the face of this pledge, and its oft nnticlpated by the constant sea breeze 'from the. South'Eutzi fate they nave suffered." in Nntcht'zYct_ in the tace of all these 'hen to liuvime ? hIre h", pointed to/ tbo .f
fulfilment. in Mr. .Webster' tearless '! beautiful promenade extends along; 0 The following from the Kingston (Ja.) out rages,she has managed sufficiently well! door. Ri ppc-d the spirits, "Nevermore 1"i i
course hitherto, this effort i i' being made to Journal of the, 7th. would seem to render, this to escape' punishment by the law. "B- thut; word our, construe a declaration in opposition !o the the bay built granite, and with 'soda water possible: haplf.s* wi;:ht, upstarting. 'lIie'o hence "urtu ft.

: I enlargement of tbo slave territory i>f ,the ice Crt Rms and iced coblers it would seem "The sloop //ero, which arrived yesterday O Some of the different tribes of the far the datkm***-seek je out wme'distanubnrc.,

j J Union; made- .among a northern people, ns thut all tastes might, be ,suited here, from I from St. Jugu de Cuba, with dispatches to the \Vestc-n Indians have united in contributing In the nuisy camp 'or forum, in tho lonely, "

..1 evidence rif 'rank hostility ;0, our interests. .. Commodore on this station,brings the informs-. a memorial to the government. in the sane] sanctorum !such ghostly grim ungainly 't
I distrustful grave togay. shape of a block of stone for tho.W 'Jlhill lon gue's WIre rn'vcr'tn bet oro. Leave,
: I \ Vtfrtly, 1htfC dissenters* arc ns don that, the vessels conveying Lopez's: band ray
,. \ ) We would be glad to see our, fine climate Monument. The following is the inscription: loneliness unbroken." Here he opened wido :
:: and insensible>> to'ldfty''efforts: -to) do risnt, had more tnau once been seen.hovering$ about, .
:\ : MCitatq. infidels referred Jo' : Scripture, more .generally appreciated by those resident apparently seeking an opportunity of landingand which. it wilt bear when .finishrd: the door Rapped the apirits'Never.naoret" i

'\ ihoishedthe4ed to :[ ese. 'nt back to con within our Stale, ns we are satisfied that as would be supposed, there was great excitement THIS STEP. 2>these vixen gunts of evil-spirit, still,

Ylncethem.. or.1hu.'tr.. h.-Florida Republican. they would after expricnce prefer its enjoyment ; in conseuenc TIIE\RED MAxGIVEST0 THE FAtE FACE, I though most" uncivil-they will never fea (?
the
,lawyer, though in tears 'he implunv
may f
: \1-\\ ,bur tajbor ,of the Jacbonvillc RepublicanceemsHp during the summer to their, expensive E ISCOJAL CONVENTION. to.\build him a path to a better I I At hit.ilsc heart ta>:y are tipping, they ore.rapinu ',

_consider_ by \'utueof those brond and comfortless 'Northern tours., This Ecclesiastical bodv met in St. John's HUNTING GROUNDEXTRAORDINARYESC.1PE. I raping rapine, and he wishes-oh, 1
with the columns of that l .-.... I lunv viiinlv ih.it hi haunted
life
;: phylacteries: which Church in this,town, Wednesday morning ; were, o'eij
I pt4flre, furnished to wit: Government! 'lvrr-. I THE PRICE OF. A SLAVE"''iN MASSACHUSETTS.j la st. TheBiihopof: the Diocese and 28 Clergymen and,he nth-n sis'is' "()h, could I but recall tho.; ,

tisetnenUthal.it; is the *'orga&' of the cabinet. I Tbo-National/ Atti-SIaver7 Standard tu)*:- with,45 ,Lay Deputes. reprehenlinc 2-1 We find in ,tli-Mast Abingd'W, Virginian,'the days of yon*. wmld. flirt-ah'nevermore t'"- lr
ho\ cost nllowiii! : nC' (Juni\Clr 0:1t": of the most reimrkabl Arkansas 'i'rcrdkr.hhi'l'S .
''Thesurrender i to, iri.shes This attendance !(
4'imsi ssaid were presttht. was:
Ip hjijosi be is, shocked to find that i I _
'
paper on record. It was almost
much thorn full than hi before believe escape probably
: ever we
Southern presses .do, not admire 51 lr. VVcb., the General.Government ten :thousand' dollars. been lyjowji) III the Di cerc.TbiVwHicmised : ', miraculous: : FOR. YOUNfJIf J.,4IF ,: ... .

t' t'-JWDj! &.. gordinl't.q the $ ap,.ithecityT! ; uf 'Bu tOTi.Xbfcul'.the-: { amount, Jiy tbo (fuubles! which! havo TUB children: \lr\Gcjyrgc( Iliclcan, a citizen any youn wu-iv r' :1 .
_Jr3 onInj"or'o'Urjiacqufescent; ; friend,, tile JAkcajritian.n .uJbk" "and )tr. Potter, the claimant, obout :iwdnty..four .. occurred .'ithintlio:, Inst ,tjireu: years ui regard of Scott county, were playing top"jiher in merits the p".1in'' M-' ;:.H. _'t. .
| to'the .. hundred. ,!i1akll.g nil. tugtther'smneih lug loan alleged Komish tendency in thu teaching at field, and near the mouth of a fathomless/ : wh Jh i* between tljn asol 16 and twe'nfvi'lh
id
/ ; : \ ) c lerence only- 'tnnn the sUyr. of (\vl'nitwq. thdii'sartd and practice: of the Bishop and some of lhet sink hole. In them gimbals; one ofth-m, a '.y regret Imtcrlyr! the {,** wht-n they comb..
1. ,i \ FQgitiT* Sl.ar-i J Law, that be"would defend the' more 'pretty Clergy,-chl fJv' or altogether thosu brought' boy ot'. about 8 or 10 years of iig', pushed lofetl them uI!VIM inferinr in knowledge to a\

rights tof thB SoUjh/nnd,Worth. un.dier.t. : ., ?'.c Ciristitvtfop '' dollars o, 'trjt: price ot a slave" in usI here jrcin other:States. This Bi hop hn; made his .little brother .''uur ,years old, headlong must every om: ;ihuy converse with; and above.
: Isbe''; Considered.an. ':'ample clonk to 'ton.1't jo this Convention a full nnd moit; emphatic over the edge and down in. ihu dcap dark pit nil, it they. Mh Mild ever be mntlnr when they
retraction.of: nil thou olfe-isive doctrines nnd b low. It was sonia limi alter Ihu child wasmissed fee I their .iiibiliny tu .I," 'CI rand assist: the pyrsu
Aether evidences which TlilToBJECTION
hostility .
; j vern ANSWERED.We practices; which hy c.ttributi-s mainly to violent -' before any certain infonmtion c.)uld ts ot ihfir children, tney find i itnwncdaseverenr.gIiiIcIu.Ev ,
I .1 J. : he may exhibit.. have shown the opvra'ion of, lieo trade dijeose: : ,.which prus!rated his mental and be dr.iwn from the others as: to wit; had become 1&114.111 rml evil. L.I this

4 t f Let\,us tee' what the' noble'.declaration re- in South I'nrolinu upon her own commerce physical, vsteniWhile of 'him; and! u was only by threats of amintte their industry, and let a modest i..
i nnd the i jntercfcl* of Aujtusm mid places: severe punishment finnllv'overcoin", their pinion of ih"ir capacities be nn encouragement
/ "f fed to by Republican as. mn Websier amoutJU him it is similarly 8i\u\ rcd', It has \\b fen said, on the is pending tu appoint an Assistant fear and extorted from tho toy who did thu to thvm i in Ih'-ir endeavors alter kniiwirdge.
to ; u a.quoted by other Hand, by u'distin uished_oppoount-of se. Bishop. : deed, n con Tension of what hud happened. An A motierate understanding& w th diligent and /
thiI will m.ainliri.lur. tbo South arid theJ parutu Stale action, that the Federal liovernrnent The discussions in the Convention have effort was rnid.i immediately to ascertain: the ,: well directed applientlnn, will go much for

North'to the utmootmy power and. in thu j / will regard Suolh Caro inn as an enemy been earnest, interesting' and some ime cxci. sitiM'ion: cf thu !little fellow, and afford him ther than a more lively genius,: if 'attended

: .. face of all danger! their righ s under the Con- and will not nllow'plncrs: on her borders, like teOT The principal speakers have been, of the relief if he was not beyond their power. Ropes with that: pallenc, and m.utentitin which5 toU.

stliutton aJmi God forctako mo nnd children Augusta in Georgia and Charlotte in North Clergy, ,Hcv.-ilessrs. Watson, Huskc, Srnede; *, were tied together with a stone attached bone'end often accompany quick parts It ft not W '
1 ; my Carolina become ports ot entry and in short, Geer, Johnson and Mcltae. Of the Laity, Hon. and an attempt ,was made to fathom the''1 want capacity that: sn miny: women are
i \ ; )jti, ever be 'found to falter. will put an cmburg on our. whole corrimercc. Geo. E. Badger Hon. Robert Strange J. H. depth beneath: but more than sixty' feet of such trifling, insipid tompanions: so ill-quslf-

Wall this I is til.very fine, and the' sentence Haughton.Jbliuh Collins,Or. F.J. Hill. G. \\. rope ,were employed in vain mt.. bottom fled for the friendship and cbnver*.iti-m of a
\ haste Very prtitty turn f.h3 wjll make a choice, Those who suppose Congrrss will pursue Mgrdecai, Hon.'R. fines, tic. could bo reichcd. A lighted candle was sensible man, or for:the task of govern in< and"
J i to'be Inserted timing beautiful ex* this course, are doubtless, fresh f'rom1he study. It is not our habit,jn this political new paper then let' down, but its light gave no hopeful I f i instructing a fimily ; it is often from the neglect -
speeiroetj uf our ruvolutiohn'ry history. .It is precisely in'enter minutely into the detail of Ecclesiastical indication, except that the pit was free from ,I I exercising/ the talents which they re-
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'. !t11 traeUfrotn.lhe prow poet, of the cabinet ; but the? course the British Parliament, adopted, affairs. And we see no reason in this choke damp or impure nir as far ,down as the ': ally have, and, from omittiuj to cultivate a

.. : what does i it really amount to. Simply this, when they passed laws. abrogating he commercial instance for departing' from our well settled candle descended. Night came 0:) and nil |[ taste for intellectual improvement ; by -thisneg'lect .
I I ; 'c f that h* 'wilt roaiotain the rights -of the South privileges of Boston and '"resriclingthe practice. -, further efforts had to be for the time abandoned. {i i they low 'thtJ sinwrest pfonsunis,

!j the.'Constitution 89 far .as he chooses trade of the New England ProvincesCongres ." P. 8. The resolutions in regard to an Assistant On the next day further trials were mtdu of w'Iichvo.ud. rem sin 'when almost every other
.' ijnder: ,-, it i is supposed, will imitate the British Bishop kayo been withdrawn and 'a the depth of the pit, but with no better success. : forsakes thorn, of which nuithor. fortune nor
thehave
( think &rnocga'Northern people' Parliament ; but is there any ground to suppose satisfactory arrangement of all difficulties -In despair the I frantic parents were nJ can deprive them, and 'which would bcvic t

.ny fights, under the Constitution.: What that the.Southern poeple will not also imitate has been unanimously agreed to. under circumstances about to give up nil .hopes of recovery or re- comfort and resource in almost every possible

I I\ j \ rights I is Mr, Webster willing: to Admit they the conduct of their ancestors in that great of impressive, solemnity.The Irovin* their little innocent and prep&ratiuni situation in lif .-M". Chapone.GOSrflPAND .

: havot Why stmply! the right to retain their struggle! ? Did such measures give peaceful convention adjourned yesterday at 5. were being made to close up the mouth of
i : tn the Governh1cnt that adopted themor ; the pit to prevent a like occurrence in the '
within the old S"tates und hejquaJlfics'tbo triumph P. M.,'after a most affecting address from SCANDAL
sUve ,--
i ; ;j operty did they rather'exulpernJe nnd unite all Bishop Ives, and the cordial greetings' of the future, when it was suggested and agreed upon A recent number ()t the Boston Post contains -
) '. ftdtnissipo ot even this right by the Colonies and prtcipita-eihe. : decisive strug- memherc. '. that another and final effort should be the folio' ing common-Be lie remarks
\ cootetnporaneous. declaration that he re- gl 1-. "-The-next Convention to meet here, on made by letting some individual down by gossip and scandal, Whatever may te thoughtof
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I tit AU regulations of commerce are-in'I -O6i to examine the nature of the abyss and such an exhibition uf the
grs tsuxtrt&sly gAng slavery(:tx'sts in South- the Wednesday in May. 185a.-Fay ropes weakness of.even:
I .ofConafess. the laws now r.re, ascertain if there was any encourage the wisest best of
ana.
( cndtiat has not the pow tn i server.; 34 insf.A our species, but few
I JI dtetet Congret .
., of i United, Slates have a right to trade with ; ment for further efforts to be found below.A will deny its truthfulness : *.

: i w. every naf io'u of the earth. They presume that LUDICROUS'(:OJU T.-They had funny brother of the lost child undertook the What aa old.poot says of nonsence (translating "

; I \ It this the noble declaration, the Republican all people with whom they' are not at war,are ways"Jofarenlin'g- love suits in old limns. fearful task. Cord were fastened arounl !lO C8'. duke, deripcrt) undoubtedly ,
adrairest.Upon friend To make South Carolina an exceptionin Here is an instance. which we cut from an his waist and limbs and one to true, in about the same degree,. of gossip ao4: '
any way, must be done by a new act of Con exchanger' his wrist by which he might indicate to those scandal ;- ,
; ftlllht f issues made by the South as gress., Can such an act be passed t .Two :gentlemen 'of high birth, the one a above his wishes either to descend or to be "A little scandal now aDd then, .
r t ,- ,to her riihttfiEfidef; Constitution, Mr.Webster The people of the United States have unrestricted 'Spaniard and the other a 'German,having rendered .; drawn up. He was swung off'and slowly h relished by the best of inen." '
I "fiiacgfca'i wTi jwpk'tt..is diametrically commercial relations with Hayti HaximilmoIkmany services they lowered,until baring< gone to aba depth of a- his not unpleasant U>,talk. or to bear "' ,
; TKe'' ''(i iI iz) and: Liberia land have commercial agents. to each for 'recompense,' demanded bit natural bout 60 feet, be looked below him and there the faults_ and follies of our neighbors '
subjoined
and violently: opposed; nr
: surprintend u/xl promote their interest in I I daughter, Helena' Scbasequm, in 'mart isge. shone through the thick darkness two glistening most every body likes personalities providedsomebody -
I fttM/declaratlon1 Ihew'that Mr. Webster doesnot those region Tbt* Alolitionisls of the North, The prince, who entertained equal respect eyes intently looking upward. In another else is the subject them, and provided
idxnh *any single\ right of tho South not content with such relations, insist that we for them 'both, could not give either the! moment he was standing on a shelf or angla also, that they are given with piquancy

: which Ihe South claim* and "maintains" that shall acknowledge them as equals, and have preference, and after. much delay he told in Ihe shaft with the child clasped to bis bos and spirit-for dull scandal' has so much the

j nncohstttutional In all the States except the negro ambassadors Washington to represent. them that from the claims they both bad to om. He fastened the little fellow securely to look slander and malice that none cal endure -
\ .. 'in their iiigni7.i A very few years it mattersare his. attention and regard he could not give his own body, and bidding him take the rope it but the wicked and vindictive.-Das-

'. 1 Did' thrieen'nnd. .!, ; consequently hero Floricfalhauhe l left to-*their.course- .iII'see> .this._ .. policy. ..1realized. his___ assent__. _,_. for.. either_____.. of__ them.nn_ to__ _marry___. hi*I firmly. in his_. hands. ,. ., Lu the_ signal_ ____was I_!___L given_ .L.to eerousand imoroDer, -. -. as.-- the--- ,nrBtlifIA.---'.- P n'.A.1...
\ people of Florida have; no right Now, in tnts state 01 inings. ooum daughter, and they must decide it by 'their draw up. rue cnuanunx convulsively winerope talking must be considered m friendly cirdi
i '"fi ii! the Union as a slave State, and tbat Carolina, a slave holding State, in the heart of own prowess and address; but as he did not and in a few minutes they arose within (where it most prevails) iu roagnitudi and

; henvCrW0U14" have.consented.to it.-"ntM' the South, secedes from the Union, and it i.ropott'dbv is wish to risk the loss of either, or both by view of the hundred anxious spectators, who heinousness u.ofien much ggerated, bytiso.
J : .' an act Congress to force the suffering them to fight with offensive weapon., had assembled to witness the result; and when homily-writers. We think U may bo set dowaas
I; 1 1'itvo'. b'rurcthe.coun.TI 'Southern States to give up all commercial in. he had ordered a large bag to be brought, tbe first glimpse of the little fellow alive a matter of course, that every man ban cer-
t' "J .Uf. n t now hereafter numbered tercourt with her. Through the General : and he who was successful enough to put caught their eager gaze, screams and shouts lain number of faults, foibles, or deformities
1 try or 11ft1. wbrld consent to be Government'thvy not-only'rave unrestricted ;, his rival into it, should obrain his daughter. of joy from the excited multitude filled the that are well known tu his acquaintances, and -I
l ...-n.thn ,'wijo introduced new slave power trade with tbe free<< black Slates of Hayti and This strange combat between two gentlemenwas air, and big tears of sympathy started from that are freely spoken of not lot by olsfHead*
: ru. it6ib* Uaion i ; I did'all in my power to pre- Liberln.! but to encourage intercourse with the in the presence of the whole Imperial the eyes of every beholder. After the first par- than hu enemies.. Now Ibis, &qpf Uiints
iPeAtt.H.: : : to build a line of oxisim delight had subsided, tho child was
lai'fjr it has !bren proposed courtandlastcd half an hour. does no great harm-in, many cases oooejtt
: f 4'1 never would consent that there should huge steamships, at a co$ ot ,not less .than At length the Spaniard yielded to ,the German '. examined' to see if it had sustained any injury, I all-unless some officious turns Ula-fcea-.

I ; be pWtoot of slavery territory beyond whAt .fifteen million ot dollars, and the project has Andre Elhard7-: Baron of Tethred, who, and extraordinary to tell with the exception : rer. Every sensible man Lam it for n&r.iia&
; J. tk&'old: thirteen Slates had at the time of*.tho I received tbe'sanction of tbe Administration. when he had got him Intel the bag, took him ; of a little bruise on the back of its bead it that he is, more or less,"talked about'rbut jjo-

1 I I 'ffltkrnU1tbUUtthOn..., Jfcvcr never on his back and placed him at the Emperor'sfeet was perfectly sound and unhurt. Tbe only sensible man care a d( br' the matter, unless
,I : 1 :!l htt.t.. 'twarU end Hale have made declaralious Docs; any mnn in his senses believe the Southern and on the following day married the complaint it made was that it was, hungry, bo- he has occasion to resent the obvious ill manners
qu.1I1.lalood Mr. Webster ; but they State's will submit to be cut off by law !beautiful Helena. lag nearly 27 hours under the ground. To or malice which brings him acquainted
\ all commercial, intercourse with a slavehouldiui inquiries made oft, it replied that it saw the with what: has been said.: :. '
: from
I' : understood. to ,be open enemies, while ; State in their midst while the Government If you make love to a widow ,wbo has a light and heard it thunder. From tbe nature ",
: : -Kr.i'W.t.f8.hal been claimed to be all for is bunting the world over for African daughter twenty' three years yoUnger than ol the pit appeared that the little ..fdllowI Avoid the man who says the world bas .

i Jus wflh 'wlat jottice 'we have shown. We and Asiatic barbarians with whom to conclude herself; begin by declaring that you really I had alien: a perpendicular distance of 40 feet him a living. The:world owes no man a liviag
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;If em! itoMtf uP..the'rGN drarthsof I4Ing borne todQirftV'tefopttift rnercfaf. Cre&tinr"no political little excitement' tbe com-rs ir. i S'5 a4r dte1' E i t 5 -:'the- S .l IGilOE S' : '-S S S S--r&--W I- 'fVR'. .',1 REV" -

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military world", we lion A. Brash Probate ,I.
in dcurtrt trvaetirfe, woman than la Judge I have for DRAPER AND T. IJOR-
cud con Jive the definition ef 't for the sale two Families of"first nIt House'Tfants. .5 :
a gcnunine male Yan- county of Putnam;for Letters of AdI co '
Illntel I In tba Wowing' :extract. frojn the kee tharrrilf not be, considered amiss. I ministration on t' e .Estate of the late Joseph B. A. H., COLt CHAJUOTT2 ST/JWD. TRSISUBT i.tz..5 ,
\ : Inquirer jt has not been June 7th, 1851. '_ m WOULD RESPECTFULLY'iU. S ,
,p 1n 'our good A nail gontinine Yankee is of animation I \W., dcetistd. "
b ,Jri"e' 11.what checked by moderation guided determina : BENJAMIN CIIA 'lIAN. I. -5-- AkorHI5Chi2esa of. St ".AuguUnr sI

'II' (1 ,_. is tlnir cornerstoneof lion, nnd supported by education, by f: May 84th Kt, EseeulrJx'l aIe. IIld w adjoMung CQGD n. 1114' hr
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.i$ .e virue l aywnenT AnJtm .what dues I HH ba* : __ B permbsioa of the HOG. the (.em of Proba h se o$ a.Uy.eo :...a,:dlek-(-
venerationcorrected
i4 JwtlIl.tICJJlJi".rc.t but on our tlfmet.1e with n Imc by toleration :f S 1YaTICE- : .of SI.Johns County, will b-HollTat tUe C ri.. WI 1 ,trd. ockof.lbe, Wat Flfa"h..i'.glil 5
self-approbation nnd emulation : week tnr JIop' House iA the '
; af&erdatelshalLappty to City
Dot .tr ce .oil. oilier and ',S Six iS Bt Augustine -n Monday the mf1&aL Geaflt9I4C1th1Caasi. .
) blcu'ings of riv. when I ;
t,r reduced ton state of argravatiuu, ,: *se A. ,Brush Judge( the Probate Court (or 7th day o(July, tat la o'dock, n. '7 fAY) ueres and Ve ting; whIch he. jwiii
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life the
jlizrd t.t ul uur pn vale .1"ell- <, can iisfliinip the most profound dissimulation the :county of Putnam'lOT Letters; of Admlnistra. lag belonging? to Ue Estate of eooweflEiate. the late- : Itu make to order ia the mo. iF.asluon. __ 5 I.

int'4 Arc nut Air heart! utoneit. punnlwl by !for j Urn purpose of relation nlwa)'$combined, tion; on the E.taof the ,late George Yban*.:de Dr. Andrew Anders deceased. to wit : '' manner, and ,vpon accoramo S

lh bf>U Turnn' (.r conjugal tilla), tin! parental it possible, with speculation. I ceased. ." K. a.. DUKE. A lot or parcel of about twenty acre of land situ dutlnif trinn: Al*..;:that. having 'opened ra direct 5 .

.4< o,the corner lIonl"S! Church and State A real live Yankee., just caught, will bo I. May 34th, .1831. ". and oa the West llide of 1'010llllua ,tift'. tin which romrannication with tV Fim Hoo ctt in the ..me S S

_More sacred than cither, -more necessary found not deficient in the following qualities: I I ; it i. bounded oa the East and being. directly c tof S l line in New York h*will have the' earliest irp rta'of

than both?. Let our temples crumble and our HM H 'elfdunyinwlfrelying, always NOTICE i the Court House in the city of 8t. Angu.tin', the : Fuh.unsfrom that ClrylDd from Etruprus-V> tMo
try- on
.cden decay--let tvtry public H'dirtco injr. and into, rveryihinjr QlIX MONTHS niter date 1 shall apply to the South by the road which eroesca the Sebastian Bridge I N. B. Cutting anJ.repairing lone on the ahoru
f1Ur hnfl fjtirlicfvnnii'Uur.ca|>itots flf Sate: Ht is n lover,of pien ,pryinir.propriety, notoriety the Ip Honorable Judge of Probates j'n tint! for Vest by the marshes of the? Sebastian Creek, and; fl otiet'. h; a.'g::. .
county of St. Johuafor Lttttn, North by Alra. Hannah N Of'. 9.1R'.o.
1t.veIwiIb the Diieierge S
be dui -but : n4l l iho as ib..and the hnrs "
oufeomow'&Utndid of John
spare temperance lIoci h'.
Executor of the last, will and. testament;of' ELLEN iciger deceased being the S .5' S. I.,, j'
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not invent and( he cannot : fie is a drii.'tfin braeein strivini Markhnd 'Cottage E.tIlt. I
pagjinpf ,, : L"NEbS,late of said ,deceased. All S (
Imp*?* or abrogate them. A private thd.*. thrivin county persons I S ,jot ,
swoppItajtst1ing. hustling wrestlinj' interested theiein
ire hereby notified AL.A; lot of ,
accordiogly.S ground t
ter t6 oaver in two henrta dearer fo each musical q-jizzici I, Dflronomi'ul.pbllosophlcal JpHN JAUKSONExecutorv the North I. &? ritr bounded Oil \ ,1 '

eibrr than nil the xrnrld; high wulls to no. '1el pix-tical, nnd comicnl sort of II character, .rii,26., 17-Grn.Gnardlan'iNoUce. S "- ; West by Ht.Artillery Gorge ; SOl1th. tey ,Green'''f r ". "'1

tbewuoo!ano ejfea of every human pc. \ whose maifest &;?thy i4 'o spread civilixationto i Gould and Mrs. S.. P. Anderson itee. ; and East by E.: B. TIlE NEW AND'SPLENDID STER.tAn :$
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In enough lot children to (eel!, ; ,the remotest corner t.tho earth an eye always Or **fc" much'oC '.aid Iaoti ,
l et J. pec illiar nanw-tbis It home on the lookout, fir the main chanc.e Notlr.o.f hereby given, that six months frwno iy the debts or said Eataf'. 811 On wUJ be sufficient toLots NOLIkt. : : ..
.ab" 4' the paWieaiioB hereof; I will apply to the each .r Mid I M"j .:.,-. -:
birjlh of p
place every vituous 4 5- 5- ------ --, the Coon of Probate o| St. Johns are suitable and commodious.'bl1U"l'n _: .,. i-., _. n.E'7.-t.' I-t" .t UL. '
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Kacred (ond ttl .
ita Vf&r rhlujf:1t. JlJl'Hlhu Arrivals at tho Florida House !nyliscb5IrE *e nu.1. .i ;tc.-C'- .u Fridayetening and ontetTst{ulpsrill: Liasa I&lal-
as Gosnfyvw ptti
C .p.arvour.r' ;- I S.... .. ,--.-.,-I S.r1 -.fl:' ".-.. nfr-1ii:13: Papy. Deceased.rfr '. *f W "m: ugustlne, 3/ay 3lst,1853. ; ka every Saturday )IornioiJ. oiihicg.at.F1cul anBlack S

CaL &ndCfllf.J,. .f S S \ PE.PAI'Y On din Creek. *. .. .i ... _
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1 &aw4Lfleflce there give UK our UjthjnCBtfiBaj : S$5' : St. ABTITNION' OF7PBILAJDELPfliA I 1(351.T1 ( .
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JoddDeat; the purity atil disinter- 'Mr. AugMine.Aprtl4ih, IfeSlJ. Gatos.ilYotleel. __ t4nvannahJauuayQth., i"' i
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drn4'ss ot home i i. our foretaste nndotfrfwruttrtoralieUtT Mrs. Hemming and family, :'i. all whom it lacorpomtcd.by the .5---5- -5 ---5-5 _-.'- ,S' :'! l l 'S'I
coal t hereby given to may interest Leftlslainrc ofPenusylvaum. S : I I"'. ,,J :
world in the relations Dr. Holland, i S t S S ii that rshall as ancillary Administrator the jt v -' wa S '

tber .established. ard fOl'. red do we find Lt.fi. gmBh, I v.? S. A. >/ .* estate of o'noe"p.BlIDCh .died.hating as such administrator FOR THE PROMOTION OP A' ;
1br life the) chief rolacn and joy of ex- i ijdetiet the control or management of.real estate TJ1E t ;

What friends deserve the name Col. J. W. Bryant, in Florida the property of infant heirs of said estate. JlB7'S OFDRSfGj'jj' THE f' ,..'\ 5 ,
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Dr. Paine, Marion, Florida. make application the of th3 Circuit ;
ro iPf/rd wilh those whom birthright gave I It1'Optfthother to Judge Coon of VNITEDS STATES. 1

is,worth s i tboutnnd friend*- Mi. Prire, Florida. the Eastrrn,Circuit of Florida, at the next Term of I 1'1J110.__ I I ,

than ...._ said. Court la b*holiUn. >t tin._ f*!i,at. Si,... Auo-ulIin.._.__ OFFICERS. S
MO" frdeareraiid truer twenty mil- "'' : -- -- -- -- --- -- w -" '# -- IfE SUBSCRIBER give notice' to XbePuHie- .

iiida1paron" $. \Vu who have P1'aptl on [ COMMCSICATED.] 1 tell in and said for the County of Si.. John?. for authority' 1 1E151T C. C at\, Pruidtnt. WILUAX D. nLtt', that ho ha' supplied himaclf'with comfortable. -

tbOfrne hearth under llio light uf uulc:*, OBITUARY.. I Real Estate. 1 1S Vice Prtsidtnt. EDWAM P. MCTCHIU. Treat- CARRIAGES good HORSES and careful Drivers.nnd S

wgfHiittl. back to the .name. nwwon of innocent PETER BE.VET. tim, Ei 'IL Bcvie.Recording Secretary, .ia running a line in connection with the1 Savrri---- i
S DIED in Ihu City oti Tuesday the lOin Administanor. :
'fld ht)pef In whone vein runs the S Ancillary :> Gtosot W.Dtwtr,CotTetpVitdinSec.oo nah Steamer:*, between St. Angustifleand Picolaia.at .

itmc1.biuud.4u| we not find thnt year only I instant. after n bhort illness, Mr. JosPil P. 81..; AUJUt, nf'.April ,5th. 1851., S i a reduced price. Live and let live" is his motta1litider J

male more sacred and important tho lie that ; A.toaEvJii iho forty second year of his ugu. : JTotlce. MANAGERS : this he respectfully solicits patronage.' )w .

binds us! Cotdncx may spring: updi 'tnnee ; Tho, dc.itli of this individual, furnishes another All persons having any claims or demands John Sartain Charles Toppan, James !. Wallace, NATHANIEL S HENRY. 1dZI : a. S
different vi.licn* may divid.; ; the estate of Htxar Ku 5XX. late of St ChaTles Macalester.E. 11. Butler Henry S,Patterson Nov, <), 1850. 5.4 :.a:1') ,, S .

may ImUhust separate who ran love nnjrthlnp, who con- aml) painfully striking demonstration ,Johns, deceased as creditors heirs,legatees,or otherwise M. D., Charles G.Leland. William D. Lew. ---, .5 I .a',1

love tit ali must find hut thu friends nf the unccrtainiry of human life-A I few ; are hereby notified to present them te the'subscriber is,Joseph D. Stewart,.". D.,Edwin R.Cope,. 5") 4IS11; S
41 tiny to S. 111ECHAN 't '
# whOC'll, God lilmsclf gave nr*. wholly unlike ; short days $mcr.; vvu saw thii our respected within two yean from the date hereof or they S Fdwtrd P. Mitchell. John R. Hart. A. \.: '. 5 '. ., \ '.. ..1 l}tJ
will be forever barred. And indebted to the James L. 5
uny '' CItfl i ch (>se fur ourfolvcn, anti thnt fclluw townsman;in nil the vigor uf health. make persons Claghorn. INVENTORS S .. ei. t ,'ui'} -
I estate
are required S
to Inunetitate.7ment. .
tl t (.hfing "for these i is"the strongest spark t in I p.r'UJIIla model! of physical strength and F. 'BRIDIER 5 Adnunistrator.Spt. "} I Every Member, for, the Year 151, I ABD '. *" ..} I, S

jkhIirckpLriOgIttICti0n. ,I manliness' -but these attributes j S| commandingand 13,1850. .f 5 Will receive,for each Subscription of Fjvt DOLLAM. MAMJFAVtWI1ES ;tlt' I

: j j1i9'Drh''on efficient* they were, lathe ordinary Estate of Or. Andrew.Audersou, de a print of IhUNTINGTON'S 'f S ._ .' 'i nJ' it.
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.5 APATR1OTICWOMM.S "CHRISTIANA ; t .R ,
AND HERCHILDREN
i fairs and duties, appertaining to his career on ceased. S ... The,Best DecuauJr.a} p ...' 1
w hereby given, that in thirty days from
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earth ; were feeble and insufficient, as the Notice IN TUB WORLUSoSIXTH ( ,
[j communication, thu nib- I ; hereof, I will.apply to 'the Court ol Engraved J>y JOSEPH ANDREWS, Bnton. # .
itLg9 w ybicb wat.CifMclualocc rieuce, and ktrupules of thu lufnn',tn rCist'tbe assaults of Probate* of >u Johns County: for leave 'to sell to AND THE COMPANION, VOLUME OFTJSi:" ) '4" .. j

liioIc44icJc) OruuJ'cllurg. "I lie\ great destnyer"( The inevitable summons I much of the Real Estate of Da.. AKDCUW AKDI A priAt ofIhnthgton'. "MERCY'S% SCIENTIFIC A1IERJIAlY., :

$>!J"JoUIt .'to**, kile tiw I de- liabilities thereof and in fix mafeiJU from this Jagravdby A. II. RITCHI .
date
Tax Collector poll! in this parish, WII" ; T that '
likn-d to 'hear expulsion lull hum the lip lu has none,-to another; i j and ns we I will' apply the said Court for by final dicharge U Or the choice of any two of the following of CAN this respectfully valuable juurnal give notice, eemmeacedoa tbr 8orft the2j4of'S Vote' ** f

cl A lady who linppenod lei to present at :|iu t trust; a lettervoridMr.. AXDBEU, was nniujdiiitriou Executrix of said estate. ,Fonr Splendid. ':EDlra.lupo' September last. The character oCr tw az'rItlc"'I 1-"
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1101''UIII' I Think It KbnuM la pwnd btiureI( and enterprising+ citizen! and CL \\RIdS\. ANDERSON, Executrix. vizi AMEKICAH n too well known throughout hatl1J : \\,

jour iradrra. It was us (follow*.: the !I; an htmeft man-nnd' has left :an inll'csliugIHmily -April, 266m. 1. JOKX _NOX'S LXTERVIEW WITH Max .J to require a detailed account .f the various subject .'
Tex Collector hunrtcod tier, the amount of her I[ Qtr".ct- discussed through its.columns., -: .I .' 5 i
Scow
1 bnd a large circle ol: (rends' Iu mon 'ni Adiuliiiftlrnton Notice.SIX ,Painted by Leutze, t-vgrartd by Sartain.
tuxes (.het-xtlaimcd with lulonit.l.nH'iit ; Sir ,.-RtTH A.VO Boiz Paint It enjoys a more extensive apd.jhflaeflUal elreblv J
Months .firr the date hereof I THOMAS by Rothermel Es.grawd
- what rrvnrtiiill ihwt Tbi m-cpuitt Double i i the void occasioned by his decease. While LAS, administrator of all and singular the by Sartain ion than any other journal of im.. lajj' in"AmW.. ,;
The Tax ciullcsior'hfii j \vefi'el 1 thnt offer of the j condolence ?. MtRcfs S S j' '. 1' 'f.t 0 s :.
tbatM liutyeorf j i an goods and estate, which were of Robert Ilutchlnson.petiior -. DKEAX Painttd by Hunti",' *,ElIIrtl ca.
Mtfnt$ (,n lo tell her of the r f w law,nnd finished |I mire words must be little available tor comfort deceased, at site time of,his death; shall apply red by llite],. It is published weekly as herrto(0r.i 1q.u.,0 ; t
t idliii lu-f tlat the jirinviple eIJjt'cluf the I i ".ClUUiTUVA AKD; Cou&ux. Form on fine p3p -r. nflurding,.J the end oftc .r.
: lorn Illustrated (
; EncycWpedkiv :
taxes 'J&s to raise a sum of IIIUUe'}' to (prrpifij i Johns County ia the, tate.of Flouda ttf a jcttls,, tnt..EMr bn4 -_ : / j'aa
L'_ : l rtiest juts ind ihbfsoqtbuigjiope. .\ a' OPforLh :. 'J" ;Yi11i.-au nofY.J! aafloaV t .tjLdle4. ... \
Ii 'J.lhe On I. of o44or CM '
)I T" : :, p"'QI) nrel meal my account;* a. dUchary; from I" ; O.'''.1 Engra '';:d by kuess' : .' .
J "ANuw .,8 ..t'h 'It'fl 11 It"lit' 1:1- : t .at their lois his :ain. I I O.PROSPECTUS lhe Administration S ,f rtMld. )', Philadelphia Art Union Reporter, besides. a vast amount. of practical,hdbr lrJbo et4 n e.'l if'tt)

I'_??. 'il.r9. .lIIR 4111Jtc1, I tare nut -- 1 THOMAS DOUGLAS; A monthly pamphlet,containing a report of the transactions ceming the progress of Scientific Meeatalteal fur; :t

\\-\vi\ ilnutied nynin.' WUId! ihnl Jh CJ d J I OF THE S Administrator.Ft of the Institution and information Movements Chemistry, Civil Eoejneerfa]:jftainnac-.. 1
Ausnsline, April, 12Ih.1851. the
,4 Unttlfs wotdd in1u"t' in till nur souls cnchliablepujriotumI I .iLin1oxsrA: :' ,> subject of the Fine Arts op luring in its various"branches,Architcctarf' ;Masonry,. .1

I Tften weottld be pn-pnrcd i I i -t. OT1CK U hereby given to all concerned;;that TimouuHou-r THE WHOLE.# WORLD. Botany' ,-$in short, it etnbtacra the ,'. ire' raace' 'on. _

f rCM-rve.puieM.d. intnu'culnle% the wikullii 4I' 11 I shall,six month after dale hereof; present to the Arts Sciences... C.-.V.- S

lit) >nor, of the PJILVETTU 'T14Tt." :I'I The Aftt"N RTAP. will bo !voted to $the the Judge probate of:t. Johns County for fettle-! The An Union of Philadelphia-00 It also possesses an original feaurt not found 'in- S

". I' rights) of the 'umh the Coi/sti/ ution' and tho meat and allowance my account as JJxccutor of its owa CartWate* with which awards prizes in any other weekly journal in i ,the COQ try ,vii,, .an S

4 NOISY DOG.VV I Union. 1 the Cstatt of Francis Triay late of said County SS work of Art br original' American Official Lilt Patent CZ prepared-expressly'for' '.
A I may purchased in
Thofundamcntel principles' of equality and clrrrflFfd.and that I shall at the same time, ak formy the and any parrofifieU.Matrs Its columns at the Patent c,-- us constituting it
have i in the of n dog at option selection of
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shape
a neighbor thepetson who
- 1!justice upon which this Union: is based, must final. : discharge as' such Kxccutor. obtain a at the the American Repertory'of Irivtniion** S,,0 .;
nil Innir. Such howling as nay prize "
howls
ho. night .
be upheld) -iho Constiiuiiunulj].rights and interest JOSEPH MANUCY.Fxecr.JnnunrySS TtaXS-$2a.yeur-S'! roruM'oDr '
It iKtito, weare sure'never' was hoard before. S AuuU Distribution, All Letters Inuit be Post Pall and directed ,
!! of (he & Our neighbor i is a caution to all the dogs in best Government un earth will fall beneath Which takes place on the Eveningthe last week 7'MtJN&CO.
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the city. If any of our renders have one that blows of Northern Demagogues, S NOTICE. day in etery- Year. Publishers' of ihe'..clentlGc'4rtneisn r .'. .
the '
deadly S '
is not an adept in thenrt of howling, l let him and lunatics.. j S JOSEPH HALE of tI"rnosaua., Bnton County THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OP THE S 128 Fulton!. T ettf Y.ffrk..S ':'vp .' \ .>

end dim here. If hv docs not learn, then tho The lime has arrived when] parv politics .1 Florida,it, my authorised. Agent during AKT UNION S S 4t",1si&S .
S
that thi'V tell muchbuUi absence from the
force oS'exnmplo us so by StateS -
should be hushed or the South, will fail to present When ,select works INDUCEMENTS FQU ,UBa1.G.r
% a more humbug. Talk about a pack : NANCY P. IfABRILL. Administratrix of so reqoesttt orAn,wfchout: charge} .> S
at, why tnoy III'C notn r.irrum* that united front to her cn mica which i I.so the Estate 0, !L\iDuu.x-T.JLvMiaiLate of Ben. or compensation, from their Any person who wilhfrW .tilV'-n A( # IV
ufpmiriewolv
.tar.ce! compari-d to him. W would bet five scmml to the mainiainance| ofner lII utU'- ton County df'ct'ased.j S FREE GALLERY, 210 CHESNUT STREET, six months at our regular ratw, shall ,be eatiifott,u.! 'f

h is the breathed dog in ) Br Jostrn HALS,Agent. For those. the one ce.py for the same length of Uspe.:.rVeV'wiJlfurnWi 2'
to on that longest tiun.Wherever persons in country; who may lire remote 5
a foe or a traitor to Constitutional Fe1i.22d 1851. S S S .alt'"O ,t* :'t
i-xisvncc. Thru it i is wti'-h a nHnmholv from Galleries or public exhibition of the 10 Cor.6 i 5
Freedom and .Southern liberty present I S copies m .881,15c| ) .a ..-
howl You would think In* had just buried I Is I.ereby given to all Fine Arts. 10" 12 ,-. .144 t98)
himself \vhethcr he bo, Whig or Democrat, we NOTICE persons! .1 S \ S
not only his own family bu the whole online ** aliud not. I against the Estate of Stephen Southern a&d Wes tera Blooey'Jake n.&, r
rtrit8 and Jh,. hy left wjlitnry andaIlone'Ihe will cry anisparf 8ab criptioD9 of membership, Q5 should be made ,
*| win of shall be devoted Arnan deceased; either as creditors legatees; or subscription; or Post Office. .tajytajU.thei. .
our paptil \
laM of thA dog** Pour 'fullewl A large portion distributees of said Estate; that, the same most be as early as practicable so as to entitle members to full value. -N a',4", :
do wonder bal the of Mich to Literature Science Agrieljlliire, the Ana within from this early numbers of the "Reporter," which will be forwarded .- "
*e is stourro an. presented two years date,or they: S ".- \ "'
of the dayj And .
I Wo nnd gcn&raI'ntrw* no pains law forever upon the receipt of the money to
ctirnWenrief. very much fynr .he| will win. be by afterwards barred. any panot' '
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will bo spared to make the 'Marion Star, in S the country. PREUU t. :. 5 ;.
tilk siimd of thinnkhi"I H* has come rijthtnfar PAUL ARNAU, ,Administrator S .
every respect worthy ot the pulronugeof the 31st[ The Honorary Secretaries will give receipts for I sending as three nabscri&efi willfte
it'JI.vcr"a l tiinc* It is true we never fit;Augaitme, May 1851. Any person ea-
h rd of lour footed bend spcakinjr. except p.tbhC. I. SS p subscriptions remittances may be made to tilled ,&t' a copy of the, "History; oftnpUerOd, S \
$, Balaam's any ftsr though theru are two le eJdonkeys o. \lcCRUnION Ed!. ""VTOTICEU hereby given that I will, as en heir 5 GEORGE W. DEWEY, Steam Navigation" republWtc4 ia book*oria>rfciCTin'jc .. .

,who will talk the hour. J. A' ANDREWS, & Co., pub 1-1, sad distributee weeks after date apply 0 1' Corresponding Secretary, first appeared la Ai sen** of anklesteblisbstf'm!
S ea ugh by : the Judge of 'robtfpt8%. Joans .-, 210 Cbesnut Street, Philadelphia., the fifth VohuMof the Scientific A eifcaa.Jtb J

But. tlia* feel a no knowing what might happen.We It -FLOU1D.4L; HOUSE: FOB teri Administration d'1OaIs, non ;osryjorLeii., i. j Marshal's Sale t 'I one of the most complete works upon theMbject ettrtsa4
a rr-ut interest In this dog. was late '
Hulbert of said about-
tate lof-Diaiel sear County and ceaUtins ninrty. .enjTaviaji price
VIRTUE of Execution
S an of aad
brlore could mako him out toning out
a lung-tame we S S SS
JAMES HULBERT. BY"
75 nurii
KENT. deceased cents. %
:
"the seal of the District Court of the United
Howasashartl to fine an a whip-poor-will ; 7th June I p1rt S
jjt Augustine 1851. 6wks Juno 7.'
but wt did find him at laoc', and hi* l,>cnlirywas TIlE ABOVE well known Hotel In' I States for the Northern District of Florida at S .S.J."jl.( ,

most ppn priai"*. Hwn* tied to 'hc .;; the City of St Augustine, lining in pe'- S- Tax- Coltettors' Sate. I the instance of the Bank -of the State ot Growl* 5 S 5' "5

wheel of hear*' 1 H- is a bob-taiM do f.-ct order,.h for rent f9r one or more of the' tested in me ty law I I.I against Benjamin in front Hopkins of the Defendant, I ahaU tell! a IL ATTORNEY FOflPflOJbdi.TLGcLLIUs .. < I
power public auction Court House in'the
S hts'a which land couniennnn- says a p'ainly venr for sale, before the Court House City of St. Augtine on Monday the seventh day of '

tslbe'dkymesufa you bard smitten with the I A. H. COLE. door in the city of St. Augustine 'oa the tfirs II on- July next,between tat sinai hours of tale the following .5 'VA8111fGTO j

Byromcff, bope and I are parted forever.. Juno 14th. 1821. : day 'of' 'December next,the following'd*scribe]tract described property ,levied upon by:virtue or! THE subscriber, Batferrakes 'tht .9 iiOl : .

AlAI poor dog ; we did no* train his nam S NOTICED! of land or 'much. thereof aa, will.pay, tht taxea 1.aWxICUdOfltOWft I : S sad saMat/c\tl r ? Ij
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bui 'it..ought to be Jeremiah. lie is n dllg ul' thereon due me 8"ri swt9JJW..JC&Ia.. 11&9,,, -AUlhaf paoUty or half' of a errtaia tract claims, l accounts ot, ,ah' afiiast'1 the:1Ia",1,1

.fVlAcquainted. with trief and if be couBirrr&D TO THE JAIL.1.LI : 'M a-a. '81. and aU Beeesnnr exnensesi:,iaade&t of.laad lylaKtad._bdn In the Cotraty_of St.John* meat of the United States, orny,fcrei '

eer eowtio bis apereh, will make the first I of St. Johns County, Florida, on theIr1hot :: ., : I State or :*!TiaI. Known as inc :iweire mile I II cotmtryj before soy of the public Drpanmeau' ft.:; .,. S ;

use oltt th ur1. *0h 1 that my head were waters W7' :hc lilh day"of June, 183)), n negro 1103 acres of: tatetlaad oa: ihe !I Swamp tract containing Three thousand' five .I Washiu ak ton. 'J. "'- S S

1 and mine eyes a fountain! of tenrst"RichmnS ,JI boy calling himself Andrew, Rlvaabout talks South from' ) St. Acpusdne, .I hundred acres more or lest;-..8aU tract of laiu ci Th proeuringof Patina, Arms : i'aqPeti # ,f
[ Dispatch. ippreheniled a* a runaway ,slave and lying at 'the mcm of Moses creek,,.known as being bounded 'on one side by Iud belonging 'to' S. the collection% *of aceoand agalssf Woorein* '. J
: Achille 'ural'ptaeeiMLllo April 1839, Waters Genera) D:'L. Clinch *'the Sooth by the; Public ment,all land chun and very demand or,other ba- '.1
Wft would almost vwear thnt the brother of on the llthdiivofof June, 185)), 'at the City Smithy.Attorney in (act for AcjiiUe>Mural to RkbardI road, and oa other sides by lands unknown. I It jiness of whatever kind requiring. .the prompt and .

that.00 bu .bis local habitation within n of St. 1I1C'-4*tine. The said B<)y 1 is about fiveftCt |I Town,'owner noV; uakaown, sssesaed, to JU htrdi briar the met formerly belo pc'to G. I. F. Clarke efficient service of aa>ttorney 6r agent: '.' 1

short distance of our dormitory.. We bali: high rather slim, black cofnplexion' -with I;i I Towa, S of St. Aatvstiae (deceased) and, purchase from him A fesidenee of fourteen Team the seat of*W PiJ.! S'

not been to lucky U the Disputcn man,for we ragged afT r.>II, without u coal-*av !'he be. ,. Unlt1T&5SiDd *Xp oses are paid before off of b1 one Real Branett' S eral Government with .thorough sad ,famWa r'ic- '

htv not yet found him; out how hednsi longs to )Ir.. Baxter of Duval Co. Florida, but ;S sale. JOHN T. WYRRICK.U.&XfmhaI. quaintance with the variouii""steins and rouriajftof

howl wpectslly when our hand ache We escaped from i> Mr. John Taylor residing a- i S R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and.) coff.. By Gso. ZcnriAtrB,. Deputy. public buauiess,t the diflrmit ,mca as well as -in "i'f

can fancy bin to be an ulr. erOU-IU'Dtned bout five'miles below Jacksonville the *tt.fT.I. I II Tax Assessor and Collector, B. a. c. St. Auguatiae. May' 17th,IS51. Congress' ; added to this free ae ota'To the tbJeat u- -

ball dor with a enaU infusion! .0"- terrier I lUll','ft._ a"Di.IS.II.. v........ ...il.. ..t.VA... .hftll.,. M'.. ', May lltt, 1851. S I gal adviwrs if needed' justifies; the and*!*pel to* .
the / Bean II Bears MUsftetkm' and\\ S
claimed and the paid within Qne year Bear*. 111 pleigiagthefsllrrt i TO&eaTiljjiv .
a dog of sorrow and acquainted with boef.W6Arecerttlaw I from this dnt he expenses will bo liable! to be sold under 'ATLANTICAND GULF BAIL ROADS .v Will pcrchase all the: Beats Oil ,and Orals patch to those'who my entrwt their bosinesr/6T/ tia.t. : ', .

have heard him swear a- the in such case made and provi COMPANY.' S. _that the citizens of,Florida will ship u> me in Savannah tcare. t.i ing well known lo ,the greiler'parfr1' "
tout tweLve o'clock at night., We are quite statute R. [ CANOVA KOTICR ,the Oil at Onr DJlar per gallon' the Grease 'tit1un.or tjis dutrlet. and W mwjbffi aw1s(' :
certain there vat although% it ded. B.t S be in good Stone Jan; for which I will membeu of both ffcate k1 i
wearing, may I' NEXT ANNUAL ELECTION for Diree-' mtut put up have been cf'Cbnjnthslut : .
have proceeded! from tome unrobed biped, by1 j' Sheriff St. Johns County. TUB: ;; of the Atlantic uel.OalC.Raii Koad pay fiifty cents per pound. The articles muat be iwelveycar', itfi dffmed) tuel.tita IJU'Dd. ; j
way of objurgation tad expostulation against )'I' Augustine, Juno 14, 185J. will be beldbs offtu Augustine Company at the pure or I will roost positively .reject them. lose J*, thb notice by *peeUl rtjfrrnw, f S'"" "." ,
I City
; of both the 'ankles and mnl(t.
consider
ofn This Uree Commnnirations
son disturber of slum- quantities P'4inltin5aLlears. :
our 1 Room !
aid
1 I Conn a the Coon House in City,at 12 .
ber mutt hare a bad cocicience, and try to 1nJOTICE Is hereby |iTfai thst I will, six o'clock on Monday the 19th.day of J/ay next 1851. self good judge of it., Send any quantity from i .I Chl\rgr. t'rfee t will I t.e l*!>itUt il l I.y tho natura ansi J i .! .'I

talk 10 his"ap, for be commences very much Jl;| months after this date ; 1I1't tnt to the Jadge ., AG, BENSON. hi s' gallon to ten gallon at a time or more it poiiie.S extent of th* ..IIi.'j. but niod.*riit<* l in *11' easet.- > S
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like a taof which it presently a roar, inter. Of probates of St. Johns County k mr accounts asEsecatorofthe S B. A. Pt.1TNAL1P...t*v.* P< }, CoTOcuuioBera HUMPHREYS.Wholesale \'Idress S 11. C St'ALDINOitt' S ';
ruptedbf an odd kind of nolsa S Estate of John tlngston.. late of ; GEO.R. S 0 Druggut,Savannah, Ga. !l An j. 31 o. WpMn ) like bo were : ._ : : FAmBANESi ) \. vfj ',rfl j.. OT1C IT S :
Iw lowing )hU,hind '.. Wonder if the fleas aId eoont dtctased. for settlement and allowancei 5tAaguttineAprai31851v n k S '
trouble him 1 Wilmington Jormud. i; and I that! at the same ,time :as k! from said Judge v 5 W1 I* Old Virshihi Bull or,it 'rJard/ -' ;' j

"! Letter" of dismissal, ,from my Etecutorship of said RAIL.ROAD NOTICg'S cabbage, Potatoe'ppIeOnIou; I..5 hour lot Viryinh. Horn, do| do .tll.luiufdf'fJI, ". 'j

Never trira'tee hair from the ear"of* your Estalc, I Said Meeting stands adjourned to the 2d day Per schooner I Gipsey now'iand/choice article K'. Hi/ dodo .'nhon.-m.fk'tod ni'l..rf -DiieflB*<>C .
ItI&placedtherebj JOSEPH A. STRISCHKA. ExecuqrS June-Per order.'J' : ', assorted Pears;: Apples. Potatoes Jo Un .Me i Uo f,do d'*Batter Jrt'ife* tsaffatA, 4p. 55:
nature of
tp pro-\\ ,' of Joha L .iuiton, deeeaeedI Cabbages.strinj and bunch Onions Hay, Oats'Corn .,. ( ittrre. !
the -orifice and dram of the r1 'I'I rd ;
S tce .
? car from Said Mcethsj 1, further adjourned to itb.ortUD : .
IDle at Wholesale t OlliUltt"tf. S
retai
I Bean!, Rice.ft or 1 m.1 : -
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{ : i '.. .ottdeiirr .JlJrecL.irr.O". 1" : :,.' For-the county 'or Dunl-ill Jaik I 6nvjlle..on the : Valuable Plantation, Wild Land*., liE.Florida uadersignrd Lsua4L a" Agf'n'Uf f4.leot'J.the respective. ,'I J TTOR J. MeHolMTt 1E?1;.' f.OihtiELLDk.ArLAW._Bailor, ,. ;. ., ;;
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'j? .N4.W"t l. On !t. In-orge.Street.,onh of fourth Mondayof May. ( &c.IB East Florida. A rietorsoflrrofur sale.on ekeetlUngly reason.. -
d: J" 'the Labile Square. and one door corda of the Metbodist -I For the County of St Jonn'n, at St. Augustine,. Tbe ooderagned Agent for the respective pro. ; prop tte following lands among which are some J, ns:i\"JLLE. E. FtA.Witt .
1 lands,to able tenns, '
in Juno. tonoffert for sale the following j
1I' second
the Monday
on valuable Cotton Sugar and Tobacto practice in the Conns of the Eastern
*< Chsrch. Circuit
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Plantation oldie most ,
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valuable
wit That well known and extremely I *'
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I. r F rids Il... Oil Treasury Lane/Kortli: o f FALL TUX. : the head of ,land in the State. in Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit {In Jkalcn
called Billow Plantation at
r y he Public 8 a sari. *&"' For the counties Orange and St.. Lucie, Tuesday the the TilE ARREDONDO GRANT. and liiilshorough counties of the Southern CirouXia '
and'planted by IN
; Oa Charlotte and Bay Street ft few I before the Monday of November. Halifax River,formerly occupied iL j the Supu L- Court at Tallahassee, and the
< CitftMtl.. .. ._ .. _00 n _1XI..CD., ...___ _... ,DtU.lr.... ..V..._ ...ft".t... late John J. Bestow with a force of 300 hands,suitable i j \ AtACBUA COUNTY. State Dftiict Court for the Northern United
:; door* *ttin fttll' ot use ramie square. ,. I ur un: r.UIUi'7 v & UUiAIII. a .. __. _..1-, .,.1V .Inw..l. 14,13,22,23,24,20.2;. putrfct er'
1 I t PUltr,'JbUi On Charlotte Street Treasury ;Tuesday ltl lure the first Monday IIr November.For f0 rDaim.7ugaiauv uoiioa, ana '.U"'I the coalt'aboutCony ( .Ty0'R 18 ; Sections 11, 101112,13,14,22. Florida ; and will prosecute tlaimlapiasc the Uaitti

Lan. north of the Public Square, annexed to the the county of i L John's, on the first Monday ted on navigable waters.. It lies upon and contains about In 19t' 0,3,8 34,35,30,18.21.17,27,5. States before oqrrtNI and the Departments at WHK
miles soVth of Si.Augustine, ,
I
Florida Hume..f inNovember. ington- .
-
,! \ BOARDING 1I0U ES. t* For the county of Nassau, Thursday before 4 the 4000.seres.Aso the,last describedlands I C.9. 6eimg located at Jau'Oo\'m ./"r lif.h wutghti

,.Mr. Jtf. Jfrid. 'OaCnartotte Street;near the .third Monday of November. ,two thouand acres adjoining In 9." 20 ; 19.2-2,26.27.28,29,30.32,1 i his entire and unremitting attention to his profeMioa.
', : x For the county of Duval, on the third Monday of ,being the Pellicier Grant in Graham's swamp. t' |I and all business entrusted to hU rare shall meet with
1 BtrrtckLPilo. few doorsSooth Also the Spruce Creek Plantation, containg999 "= 15,19,20,21,2'1,28,29,0, I I attention.St. .
I i .:
:; d i 1 L: -f r of the Cotta Howe and Public Square.. For the county of,, Marion on the first Monday in acres suitable 70 for miles Sugar south culture of 'and St. near Augustine to navigation near _323334._ .. .. nn nn .rte nIn"10" i,I Augustine August 31. 1830. ,
, about .. .
1 ofBa1' and December.For 18 S3, U'. II. 13. "' I
I ,( a.N'P 7f.. (hi Bay street, e.rner ; MILITARY BOUNTY>> LAW '.
.
the New&uyrna. 34. 35. 36.
.
Garden Line. the aunties of Alachua and Levy on seeondMxmday '
1 ; Also, the' Mount Oswald Plantation 'IOU Pre-emption RlgbtsGiuaAL *
-. HalifaxI 7.8.17,19.2030.!
in December. 19
I foC" DOCTORS. 10
I River about 50 miles south of St. Augustine, n. ; LAJTB Or cx,.
I i DML P.,WW+i. Office at baA Dwelling House Forthe county of Columbia on the third Monday Geo. Anderson ''In"l(''.20 13.14.16/J8.29. March
the late 8118 .
Street. in December.The coast formerly planted in Sugar by In' 10" l' 1.2,3, 4r5. 6,7,8.9.10,11. J.
.' I on Bride the and now the property Joseph Laut on';containing I' -, 12.13.14,15 18.22,26.t 3t. order that the liberal views of cbngrec* in
:' I Ihci./fLi fii Peek. Office on St. George Street U.S. District Court, at St Augustine, on 1900 IN the Act of 2ih September 1S50 :
sing ,
ifnadBsr
of the Coon House.DRUGGIST first Monday in April acres. In" 10" 22 6,1l9.
tort Nortk
; : in Tura- Land certain officer nmt' Idi
J TRA.VELLER'. GUIDE. Also, 1000 acres south of New Smyrna 18 2-1. bounty r,.whobavr ,
1 TfcEE bull's the north half of the Rosette Iou 11" ; i been engaged iu the .uilitary service ot the
being United
East swamp 2,9.11,13,14,16,17,18
North '
P.0.Zflffr> *. Chemist wd Uroggwt.. I I n" '" 19i. ,
i Grant well timbered and Dear navigation.Also i States may be carried out, and every expens* tojhs
the middl basin CHARLESTON 21.23.30. '
.id* Poblic Sqtare,opposite ROUTES FRe31 ,forty thousand acres on the & Johns River, In.' 11 u 20. 7, 18.B0. 23.24E J.2 of25 Warrantee**, be avoided u far aa possible la obtiiaia-- '

-fcAWYBRS. .I daily between Lake George and Lake Monroe, consisting 21.d.33. N 1.2of 36._ _. the benefits granted by the gratitude of thcixefor ,
Iftfi at
York.
'"')''r't -' on At I From Clarlt" to New ? 180 of valuable pine,hammock,and timbered lands in various 1.2,3.10. ll, 12. 13. H.lS. faithful and patriotic services ;, and s; ribs erne
B i la" l.,21
if. zldallfkr ttftA :.-.---, rroiS l' Stenmer ro .1Vilwingtoa tracts. ;, 19.20.21. 2.28. 29. 30, 33. time to secure. to the hardy. and I
etLa"'b'kollltj. td lpiet. '\.- Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railroad 10'' -i,. .q 1--L -fiiintr minagl Je for' 'i
."4 r t willsistaA ..rmurL.Attorney at l.nw.and 80kater Baltimore:40-To Philadelphia 92. -To New-York Also, COO acres la Colombia I County, good pine : a"11"2" C. 7. 19.30.31ARREDONDO vations j the Secretary oft the In' rprIouollelf _

k, in Cuba eerr-t ce on, the ground fluor otnh ''.- Total distance. 771 miles.Time 60,hours. Fare lands OB the Santa Fe River. J-\ GRANT.. That public notice be given to all
r eSotuI mng of the Court HOUMT.rstrf I $30. Apply, for terms,particulars, &c.to MARION COUNTY. Lands subject lo 'private entry to eome'Torwanl..
e t t I n" 12 18 '>. .3.10,11.12,14 file their Declaratory statement, within
1.
( fi. and Councilor nf GEO.R.FAIRBANKS ,
Ftirlttki. AUrn nr). The "Southerner" (Steamship leaves Charleston \ ; ? thirty don
t ) In"12" 19 2. (i. 11. 12. Ij, 16.1 lY. 19! after making their wttlements and
I iw-offis* in the Court lfousr.i every -nth day after the 27th of April 'clockor x. Ageni.for the purchase and ale of Lands, improvements al
i __ of 20.21. 22.23.24. required by the Pre-emption act of 4th
Thru in UO hours. Fare (Sate! .Room Payment 2V n Resident Taxes,otc. September
E. 'v : -PDBLlCOFFICrS.futQ&et. i from Ckarltitan t* PAt7.a'e JliThe) $25. Qf.pre11 8u Augustine. Feb,22,1850.j, I n 12" 20.; E 3.4 of J. 3.5C.T.!>, 10, 1841, no as to secure their preemption rights. ucC

: oj G, E.LUmbia. Post Mn ver, Ilow I leaves Charleston other 4 o'clock, 11,14,16,17,18,22,24. prevent interference by die location of these wirrta/!
; t' art's bfOdiars/tl. E. buWing Market square.AtrseaW r. ).-through in CO every hours. Fare Saturday 020. at 1 STABILITYSECURITYPERPETUITY.IjOOQOOO. I In" 12 26 ; 1. 2, 3, 4, 6, 12> 13, 15, And that all warrants may be totaled' upon the land

Gtnurtf'Office B. :A. Putnam Sari />." Ciarlftton to New.&leaas. leaving daily' 21.2.2.23. 24.II applied fur if subject to private entry on the 3dv Marek ,
t Ueaenl.,on Hurpil!Street.corner of Artillery 12",22, II 7.18,19.. 1851. without an affidavit as to whether the Iud
xveyor at I lOuYlockA.M. By S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 IIIUTVAL ; ia
.. i ,Lane and Uoppit+tltrrgt.' ;; Railroad THE LIFE 1HVRAICE JEO. R. FAIRBANKS. improved or not ; and after having ben so I located '
miles. Georgia Atlanta 171.
Uy to
i -By
COMPANY said warrants shall remain in the hands
't LiOffict, -- -' ..Registercf St. Augustine, Feb. Ifi.: 1850. of the L
;' Macon and western Railroad Griffin 42. (
lo By
OF NEW YOBKNO.35VALLSt.., Officers least 'da .
at forty If
HubUe Houe.Th at the end of
t LwiJAr-ofiice( in the Court that
I : .' office in. Court Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery Accumulated Fund NOT. 1st. 849, $900- --.. there is no interference by those locations with time \
Receiver
t. 'f. /" MET ;
llfo'i.r. 65--By Steamer toIlobile 331.-To New-Orleans ,securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages WHOLES ALL: A* o RETAIL emption claims or otherwise, the warrants will be.'. '
166. Total dtaanee 1,0(16, ( able Time 123 hours.. on real estate in this city and Brooklyn. and stocks turned to this office for but .
Judas af Prthtt..,, G. Hiunplirey's Judge,) office patenting: if there j nA
i (
CHOICE
; Fare $39.50..Treat GROCERIES-SPRING SUPPLY.
I i 'ifttheCwtfiottte. ; ; of the State and City of New York and United i iS interference a new --arion.will' be made. >

r. I' I TttefO.Dtuat. Clerk Circuit Court office in; Chnrlttloato 2Virte>Orkcft.,vii Savannah, States Government. CIIR. HALL, 8 days from New York u dis- Warrantees cnn locate their warrants .on their
I I ithe Cetrt Qo..e.Rc1.e1 daily at 9 A. M. By Steamer to Savannah 140miles. This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely eaten charging. We offer the following List as comprising pre-rnptin rights where the land was' proclaimed owa

: B. c..i>.. Sheriff and Tax Collector,of- -By Central Railroad to Macon and Western Railroad ded and prosperous business. our usortmt'nt.V e solicit a cal!. Articles and offered at public sale prior to 3d March 1H31 aDd'
.. Barnesville 40. The declared dividend of profits of fif warranted and liberal discount the Trade in where the minimum
lice laths Court uo : ..f to -By Stage to Opelaka 100.- Company a to originai pr.ce of !the land is more i&iui
I Ottteettr '/ Cittern John M 'Ua n J.', ofllee"1 By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile tytwopercent oa all existing policies on the 3 1st' packages. one dollar and twenty five cents ptlraenc.a.. pet ia..
s Planter Hotel 331.-To New-Orkans 166.Total distance 1,032 of January, 1848. TEAS Hyson, old do., Twaakly Gunpow cash,thf ditfen-nce between the cost of the lasd and

JUIM-.I ClUt.., Ora Howard', office m. miles. Time 77 hours. Fare $39. 50.MISCELLANEOUS All the Profits are divided among der. Imperial lichen Pouchong Souchong. the anlUun1 covered i>y the warrant, eati'i.1ine tit .

: -t .ward B.JW ga, Market trq uarc.f TABLE.' the laiared. SUGARS,&..Refined Loaf crushed do ; Io.'co. warrant at $.S3 per acre. No prr-eiuP tWp ririm .
f ; / ff Bi.a. rj dce U.' 8. Court Northern Distances. FareTime.. vado, (bright ;) Liquorice Paste; Rock Candy; attach to the nltenint.tctioru t >reserved to the United i
f District of Florida, office in the Court House. To Athens,
I I i i R.Firtortt. Clerk U, *. Court office j in. "Chattanooga. 'l' nn.; 445 13,12 31"Cohimba.S.C. annually, 'or quarterly, interest being added on !the COt"'FEE.Jan preen; do. ground. ; Chocolate; UVrr application i i.* made to this office Ly thewAfrantee --
.
I the Court ffoos .. 130 .4.00 8 deferred payments. prepared Cocoa.CAI1DLEt3Common. io |.cnte ttu- warrant the applicant thuaUj

,I 'I Xfcpvff .Y arelm{. GrirteL Zehnbaar, office #in 'CamdenS.C., 142 4,00 9 The cash principle adopted by this Company secures Sperm, and Tallow ; and designate tier Land Di-rrict.section(country,or rticolar -
\ +the Court HOOK. "Hamburg S. C., 136( 4,00 8 to the parties for whose benefit the insurances Wick. tra. t on which he wishes the particular fees, :
1 'I ..' 1 ... ;: "Memphis,Teun., 740' 23JJOPafdrngers are effected, the whole of the advantages, without SOAP. Shaving ;white scented ;variegated do ;and ciao made ; and where the tract m specified,U wooU f

%r l \. : .ORDNANCE DEP.ttTMENT.. for cither ,of the above places leave subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated Brown. be well Itt designate several others in the order"in ,

I I' Cg k premium notes. TOBACCO Plug 1C* and 18; Covandijh, Ladies whicn they are desirrd; that in case the tract first se .

-& .St..George street a few doors South of A. M. I ISt. Persons may effect insurance on their own lives Twist, paper TobaccoMacaboy null. Scotch do; leered shall have been taken the warrsai can be U .
,
l Maj. Hi .Av .F tsam'i -residence. Persons WiotMsUing and the lives of others. A married woman canin- Regalia, Principe and common Segars.LIQUORS. rated upon the first of the others which may be vacant :

: ).tote the Fort will make application; io Lucle. Couatr,, Tax Collector* cure the life of her husband the benefits of which are Brandy Otard, Dupuy & Go., do Bordeaux without further delay. In these cases the affidavit 'of '
elite nI. Sale.By secured by law for exclusive use herself or chil ; Jami!ui Spirits old ruin Rum; do 1 dol the applicant,taken before an ofli cercompeteattaad

I r t ; virtue of the power vested in me by law, I dren. Proof; Holland and Skiedan Gin ; Whiskey ; minister oath,that he is the identical person n ntk> ,
::1 Z n
I JUSTICES OF. THE'PEACE. have levied upon and will expose for lISle at Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries Scotch do, (a tine article;) assorted Liqours. ed in the wainut.DlI1I1' accompany the application.

i oJ Jaaan M.OotW, the house of Major W. F. Russell, near Fort Pierce are specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource Wines. Madeira Howard Marsh & :0.,10tar- The sure; rules must be complied with where appU-

I I .0.: L' Wife. Notary PaUie-office on Bay on the Indian River(there being no Court House whereby their surviving familes may be secured seilles and .Malaga; pale and brown Duff Gordon cation: by letter i i4 made io the District Land Officer, '
: Street* UtrJe North of the Market and next door in the county) in the county of $t. Lufie Floridaon rom the evils of penury. if- Co. Sherry; Port; CLainpngne.! Hock,tfj>a'kling Where such application( i is made by'the Attorney, Jaar-T
I tc the Poet ojBce. ; ; Moisday the 19th day of May 1851. beiwrrn the Plm'pb explanatory of principles of Mntual vintage, 1832; Bordeaux Vinegar; London Porter dian. Executor: &.C., the evidence duly certified,of'

\ I I usual hours of sale, the following described tracts or Life Inrannee and illustrating its advantages, with in pints and quarts; London and Leith ale; Beer; their authority react,must also accompany the acoticatinn. '

: I CITY OFFICERS.CUrkif ; parcel tf land or so much thereof as will pay the forms ofapplintionmar be obtained at for office or Clan.t.Oil" '*
...,"-'-1t ", 8tated' thereon fur the I the Company.35 Wall.t.. otof any of its agent Olive Sperm CisUr and Elephant.Fish. By a clnu=e. in Ist.section of tie Act raakl.i ps, -
r 1. rcrA.drw, Sean ld47,18.18,1849 and 1850. I / TRUSTEES Herring. Sardine, Salmon. )Mackerel and I propnationtt for for support "' '*. K"t

:F. C.. ::1l4 r. Also ,'Hatchinrons Island" situated in said Jos B Collins David C Col Jen. Cod. fiscal I year ending 3Hh( C .

1. Ja'ae1sA. I.-. ) Al dsrtnen.. r !' .' county of St. Lucie, bounded on the North by Indian 1, Win J Hyrlop. Alfred Edward, Provisions. Pork Beef Hams, "Flour Butter and l 1631. i it w enacird that no HV rum feu -o'aniv lv*-:1o

: 1I.., r I I River Inlet, on the South by rite Lncie Inlet or R 11 MrCurt'y, Win Belt. 'Cheese. I issued under the Art of 2H..lh| September lb3ir o r by'

lit City C.* cU. Charles hanger office Git '.'Mr. nit the Fast by the Atlantic (Venn Ered Winston, Joseph Blunt.CWFaber. F'riurl. Raisins, in boxes half or qr. boxes: Xante virllilf"of any other Act of Cong' .shall be leer.

I j at the Council f om. : i I and the Went by Indian River, assessed against T. hate 1: Prtrron. Currants ; I Genoa Citron ; Unt.!, in frills Prunesin which had nut tlt.-retofore l>een brought late market

City M. JUI a.l Cirri ./ the Market, FP.Frrrrka. D. Vanhom. a non resident. John P Yelvehon, Henry Wells, glass jaw; Tamarinds.CordiaU. and then Mibjcct io private entry; so that n.land esa'

I. .,. : Alsor lfi.000 ncrea granted to Samuel )111.,on, Theo sVdgwick, Wm Moore In cases, assorted; American Cordiale I be located under the Bounty Land Law of 28th Sn.'
4, : PORT WARDENS. the 19th day of July, 1813 situate at the mouth of Stacy B Collins Zebedee Cook doz bottoleain case. teluh r. k'CI. nr any-- otter hw 1 granting Bounr'lJalld. i,

'j} r. C. Zf? tit; Ci rZ, //..f er'JM..E. Ptmar. the Hirer Santa Lucia in the county of St. Lucie I John H Swift Jona Miller Nuts. Bordeaux Soft Shell Almonds; Sicily r.und exs-ept that whirl had been proclaimed and Oft.rrd for EMl
Florida bounded on the North East by Indian Rivet i John Wadnwortb David A Comstock, Filbert; Madeira Nuts or English: Walnuts, prior to the 3,1 .,f March. 1831. 'f

I I. AUCTIONEER. on the East south and west by public lands assessed .1. S M Cornell Robert SLuyler.I Brazil Nuts; Pea Nuts; Pecan guts; Cocoa n-jw. J. BUTTER. FIELD ..".,._
I i Gte.CNCfT..F.' ,:Ferreira* aed_ J. A: Stris ha. by the name .f the lines Gmo supposed I (;Uuy M Wilkins James Clambers Nuts. --?' --;---

f Ii" '(V
I MERCHANTS. I (*. Fsllagant, and in part to the estate of the late Fred Whittlesey Moses II Grinnell right and tenths, of choice qualities and reecntimportation. BY virtue of the pUWt', vested in me by Jaw I
.I j y B_"", .E.Ctrr. Whoienle and Retail, dealer Joseph S. Smith and in part to DiocesiajSegni wile Charles Ely Wm J Banker shall expose| tor sale before the Court Host.

in firat''qtaUey Family Grocerie of ill! kind. 'Li- of Bernardo Segui. John C Cruger Eugene DutiIh.i apices, Nutmegs Mace, Cloves Cassia Pepper door in the.city of St. Augustine on the firMn... ;
I'' .gnots &&,*No.*Ease aide Charlotte Street North Unless the Taxes thereon and the eo*ts are pal Walter Joy Franc l8 Lathrop. Pimento. 'I day of December next the following described
r. (f the PabUe agora.iewTt'jtttl before the day of sale. I Alfred Pea, J 0 Thatcher Havana Preserves. In cases of 12 glass jars each asor- of land or 'so much thereof as will the rtraaa, '!
: C. L.BRAYTON'Sheriffand ex-off V JOSEPH B. COLLINS President. ted, Guava Jelly in half lb. and lb. boxes. thereon due the State and County for pay .tUfl.
( :, Verier in Staple and Fancy Dry Tax Collector of Lucie ISAAC years 1849, 5p, i
county St. ABBITT Secretary. American Syrups. Lemon Raspberry Currant Gin- and 51. to 'u: '
; I Goods, Wfftfjd;Charlotte; street: a few doors: Nor 16Circuit / Josxnt B.LvnC011Aleltor. ger,co.nmcn lemon. SOO acres of second mfr land also,. fiend. '1 f r
North of Noitl
j ,j. j .Sftk M.Trteacrf Wttm.Lane... Wholesale and.Reta.t". dealer Court Eastern Circuit G.Feb R.16th.FAIXIAKXS' '' Agent St. Augustine Fla. Sauces. Tomato, Walnut, Mushrcom Catsups, i in 29.River said lying tract in of i'clif.ni I... }sunJrrJ 19 IInol20,tUWD.hip i. rlni c.. "

." I' j 4n Dry Goods and Broctries. Grocery; store on 'the of Florida.IN quart pint and bottles; East India Curry dro Cocifaeit. :1cni. i is a'Spdo Pt., .
i 'ground floor of the City Ifot+.ltry Goods Store CHANCERY. Powder; Italian Macaroni; Italian Vermicelli;
tN1f iiU t Unless rue and
Cbariotte street, opposite Misses Pirikhams.tfew Peter Beset, Admin London assorted sauces; Camp Sauce; John Bull's ohnlf'. expenses are paid beforc' the day
Ii & % Ji. PhJtteml! Dealers in Fancy '&c. of Francis P. T. AI1 I18TlliE> E. F. Beef Stake Sauce; Harvey; Reading: Cavice; Essence I I R. B. .

r, I I Gioods. Uppotlt the Planters Hotel' on East deed.. for the use of torl ;of Anchovies; Anchovy Paste. Pepper Tu CANOVA Sheriff aasf x-of! '
{ aide of Charlotte street. .' Fried laoder, THIS ESTABLISHMENT hay Sauce. 181 Aasieaswr and Collector 1.1. e. '

i :. rIm Btntt. Deajer' Gr frits. Proision..e. vt.Btnj. lag undergone Thorough Repairs this blbottles Superfine in ha fib. and qr lb. tincanisters, May31st. .

'I' ; corner of Cuna and St. George street. A. Patnam.Executor Bill for Account present season is now ready for ; English ground. Tax Colleclora '

J Manuel.(, .. Dealer in .F.mily.JrOfH.. Provisions Peter Mitchell deed. of'l and Distribution.Lungworth.Surviving reception ot 'Company. FAMILIES AND Sweet OiL Bordeaux Marseiles, sn baskets of 12 virtue of the power vested S'm de. .' J t t ;
in half cheats of 30 bettiea. By I
Florence
; & t ,&eM torner of Charlotte and Bridge streets. j TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious bottles; !! expose for sale: before the cWHoSs (
: / Watch maker and Jeweler decd.and Pickles. French variety Olives Caprea, Cornichons dour of .
t f.Fs QtAtff. OD.a..II of Joseph Longworth Apartments.Boom ,n the city St. Augustine,
on the
s ., nearly opposite office of'Dr. Peck. all others unknown Legal Anchovies in cases 12 bottles each. of December next, the first Monday -' t

''I. TUdnlTttita. Retailer of' Boots,. Shoes; Caps I ttrpresentatives and heirs of *,. Airy Clean, and Neal Butter Crackers, 'Raisins 1-2 boxes of land or so much thereof as following will dcaenbed I tra.e 1

I r I : Ilatt'aadJ v'Ga'i1i. cast side of Chariot tee'street, said Nicolas Longwoith.ft. ./.JIT jaeei itself, farabhexl handsomely.- Soda do Choreas Figs Cocoa Nuts. 00 due the States nd CollDry'ur paT thetues am:

p contf r aoC'Ciartom street and Treasory Lane. having been made to appear by Affidavit that XothlnS_ IYraAtla;'. W.terdo. Oranges Lemons, .51. to wit : yearn 1M. '-, f

f I' z..p: At rt*. Tailor, Charlotte street; the Defendant Nicolas McAllister, .is residing The House well known Pilot Bread English cheesy, Sapsago doNny ,103 acres second 4
pear >tit without the limits of Florida, end also the other ,defendants. as being recently Bread Prune, io jar,boxes,&c. BeS creek south o.f $ rateland.neathearJ'oIJ1.: ,
1 Js*. OWac. Boot maker harlo Built, Expresslyvith a, view to the accom- New Year's Cake Currants Canton Preserves \urutine.lior I IfCtJoM t
1 tte street near ,, 2O..ad 29. township 8, range 30. '
odaticn of fnroltdt ,
and offer
'I' abe being entirely Picnic Crakers. Almonds,assorted Nuts j' '
: ) City Hotel. .On motion of William A. Forward Complainants Said tract was granted
to F.
MIe-1 Ii4eh aa-.Cabi.tt1a1er, Charlotte Counsel. It if 9fJertd that the raid Defendants built of Wood, with, Booms connecting Folding Cheese, in casks boxes, Hickory Nut; Guava Jelly mealy called she "rf. FortDoe's J. Fatio. and coo', .1

I I I strs.b\ttDw 'Tempenince' Hall.' t. I do appear and answer the Complainants Bill and Doors, &:, which renders it Free from Cayenne Peyper French Mustard,Picklesassorted f' J Fatioaad unlew taxes and Dl gee. asserted ', t

'l1)i) ey.; alaek tJmltli> and Gna Smith' ,'near tmendmenu thereto within four months from the Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows Confectionary,, Liqoorice dock Chocolate, assorted before the day of Mle. ex Pen1es' '

1 \tb N.6ftW! alt. ; e' i'f' date hereofotherwise the same shall be taken pro through lag ,on Piazza Promenade Two Jellies Preserves,domestic and foreign, Ale Porter R B. CANOTA p.-,

r confesso.. Hundred Feet. Protection from ,Maim, Cold l lore Heidsick Champagne, Choice Wines, Liquors, Cordials Tu A + 380t a..d Sbrrift"l1Id-: '
: "I AKVSDENTS. ; And it is further ordered, that a ccpy,of this Winds/cC'i fortninp a desirable icttcAT from Ciga Best Tobacco Cider &c,, May31st,1851.! Collector S. 1. c.

Bill TmW, ,.Etsiiatt; ;". i Ora, Howard. der be pab]_h d once a week cooseeatively farr ftrrtsit a I l tPiimnt'of I '>tbeC yearU Ground Sage,Marjoram, Thyme SavoryEssence t.
,Howard BtUdkft,Marktt so are< <: months io some Newspaper puUfched within this ? The House'is.:situated facing South in central Lemon, PI'ppermint.rted Essences, Preserved Tax CoUutor' 8f1lc "- .,ti -
I &t9Utr> ,. Miff. Xsftior end RefrtilmnHi, by t'1 r. position, and retired from. other Dwellings.The Limes 4oine-..Plums Strawberries, Brandy Fruits, By nrttuof the power Yai la .me- 'in H ';.
F.Bridier'CSt,Hitel.P&ilij THOS. DOUGLAS, J-4re,*;*., *e. Rouse contains'45 Booms with additional Cnraeoa Cordial Rase do. baUfxpoae for Ale before the C

,faeai&&,, Retailer of Liqaors,Kefreshroeat, Certified to be a true Copy. Parlours, Dining, Setting' Booms,God conveniences Astral. Lamp" Oil, Corn,Bran. door in the city of St. Augustine 00 the Et un ffonoe!
1. A.C.. "Chatiottf, actett. offtosluBridkr's Bowleg Witness my Hand and the Seal d said in general For Accommodation ; Wick .Hay, Beans, of December next, the following deacribed Monday;
tract
of
;. .AIIe ', Court,the 10th February. 185J; be cannot Lamp Oil Oats, Hops, land or as much t thereof, will pay the i
surpassed. Sperm Candles, ;Brick Lath due the State taxes 1btz
Lime
Nails
P. B. DUMAS on and County for t
J The well earned yean 843' '
4 '' STAGE' Qepotatipo this Howe Adamantine do. Lumber, ; 60 K
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and aU
OFFICE. Clerk C. C. St. June ..". Shingles,Paints 5.1. neeetlarr expenses incident I
QP* i lie PifW..MrtSliet. Bridier's City February 15ih. 1851.' 4mos. has from Year to Year acquiredjit will be th! Tallow do. Iron, far &:.. wit : thereto; it' 1

.; I I, '{.. Prop-rietreaUn. DAYW aim sustain, and Tspers, Naval Stores. Tar,Rope 689 1 acres of-2d rate land 'I
q W ILILUAm HJlUiiJP 1BY8' for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns Rosin Oakum. Spikes Copper.Nail*,Tin Sheets Red house BraDda tract aboal being >, faalC. A.''
f CHURCHES.CalWk her thanks. Lead,bar and sheets Verdegris Varnish.Paint Brash from the city of Aoptice and there mJJa If W'
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN The Table will be supplied with a. Chalk Whiting,Putty Vermilion Red Lead purc br DelaM'
i 1'i J.t i' CAmi. North.side+ Slowmen choice! Yel pin from John aDd Antonio Iluerss
') .. ,. l 1.UV lUIO' Game, Oysters Turtle, Fish, Duck Venison low Ochre,Glue, Ate., sections 34. 35 and 36 or ; .Jrlac partly fa_
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township I .
; t "k"IUI'J'". .. tiT;.arv i. S.Mli sikCtwr )1"-1. .t tsgmre.t worIT ALa Aitn i flu.BCALCS rf Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time FF Powder do in Tanisters Sporting Bar Lead and sections 1;2 and 3 or tow whip Tie, nap 29 j
I ': *.. Oa St. ;l. orsr street ENGLISH FRENCH. AMERICAN. our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or assorted Shot Flints Shot Bags, Powder Flasks' owner now unknown, taseaeed 10 Jnaeph IU u'- ; ;1

r s.' t4e41are. : GERMAN more Hunters sporting exclusively for tbb Fishing Lines,Hooks Net Twine Lamp Wick the half has been conveyed 10 Michael Udgpmle
:'BsfiliiR'iM' Jy nsecPat ChrH. ***.; **TC* street, DRUGS .'1EDI CIIrrS. CHEMICALS. Hou. Twine, Turtle Twine. 'ensofother.Charle.toa S. C. Luaf
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i 0. pist'tbP Mme' fESFUMERT.tff. Horses Carriages, Ponies Guns YuMa ) Unless Sues and I
1 \ u.1 MIS.CELL.4NEOUS.-AUcan liars Table expenses .r'PaLI before thed.y.
SAVANNAH, GA. dn .
Tackles Boats for Excursion Velvet Corks
,&c. Salt; Pipes; ; American Began ; I
1 TERN! OP CO ItT. EMtWFWRIDA. CIRCUIT I Pstrtkafarattentioa paid to replenishinKagfeh and Very Respectfully late. viz.. Sweet Spiced Caraccas, Sweet.; Chow Spiced- R.. B. CANOVA, Sheriff nod ex-olr. t \

l i I .: : Americas S ripe M tciarCkJ..thr1En.to : Plain; Prepared Cocoa; Castile Soap; Liquorice Tax 'Aiscasorand -
paste Collector
r J.JtIsa mtto..ertke I: the Lawc.fEntbad. Lime Juice; Pearl Brney; Fancy Sha'ior.ud TnT May 318t, 1861. s. i.,. c." '.

:' t. ar+.OIa..SI". et ."Mel. : AG&NTfcaral e.na. LWe oft Co.,Pbt3delp,mil f. D the willi of I be Pro let Soaps; Stcaghton; Bitters: Wine,. Bitters: Wri. -Irlab and .F

., t.n1.. i Dr. Jacob TowusenJ. New Yo.k:1Jessrrs.Ha,laRWev prietren tbat Use 8enraata j ting Ink.and Writing Sand Rice Pot Barley Oal 8cOteil ''''kef.. ,C

Fertlk( aP.atISbaika.uesiTetse.h .-I I If Co., AagsBta ; TiLfcin,Frori VneevIS f t. tee Horn .oaldbc dYlJ attached, .. Meal: Eton Copperas, Pipe Clay, Bath Bricks SCOTCH ALEderPoeterin.sherry. and wand '.
A. Nov Jy tire and obHft.lfl I" Spanish float Indigo. BnDdJ'.HoUIDd Port WIDea. Chame-P+! ;
Gin
.. .t4.-!stotaka! f.iuatir fN y Grocery and Glassware assorted. :ted Wince MODongohela Wb>7.UIOr.r-.
t+ ,
Ii : TIrglnta BraUcr, MmGhwelM .. Lure. >& _aid. ; Together with a large and'complel Feb LignoraCordlab..rice.for sale br

atJAselltas '!.. New- Tnpaa,, Uams, Jb rf. 4. boo mt; JITS'1 received a few dotea Renders Leather I Crockery, Fancy 81te Goods.Hardware assortment jean of, 9 .1lE..CA.

,\ ict:)" m.- .,marked Hanss,. *> Dried Bftf .to water and era the surlier aa EJe. i i Store Ware Wood Ware, Hats, Boob'aDd shoes Wan: Choice el'J. .J
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; .c.-oaf 1""a' Atiiaas.. ent die . I.. Oibosgrv OBWM, assorted radkrs fTendapried'Fraits. o f .
which will be sold Crackers
I i1 .LJ. P br. G .I qualities.Recrommended at a trifling advance on the or"'nal Bans. Bacon, lI, StttokeJ. BNS
r8
w"17 "Chi III Kaasaa p. U,OB Oar II Opt1Wtf" pures .. for Harneses Cirnsgrs,&c. j cat B"E'CARR I I and Fuboo' Mullet Beet .
l S.. E.,. CARR.. At Retail. St. I Ir BtrttaiLIf 'f
B. CARR. Augustine
\\.\d.,* flU tutu J i ltd tII. April 19th 1851. 8. 8. CARL

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