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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: July 12, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00047

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l. .' .. 'j' THE 'AN' TENT CITY ART UNlON.OF.PHlLAlJELPfllA IIacorPorate I THE P1 Ji'.i'Eif': 1 J If fact ,be of nn y.value: on 'this subject, we!: go-id rich Baas too. I could! aff>.rd to have ,*

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IS fUBLISHtD, WEEKLY I' >- I' [ ,was.unfortunato In .
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r'r'.rt', r t' sATUR1)Ay.Ireof.l3liuei.cr d bf tho JLealVlaUire of 'Among; the ranks 'of human kind I portant than nny-ofthoie: which have be RSfea Iness:91:-I*biudlti ,statprlaonffororpgelf ,

Ppun'Jlv ta.O ..... 1'omo go before and.some behind, constantly uttered about' freedom!) ..I "
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:t p. : ffiTA, .T. ,abolition l car tailors. ilc1en i bOJ.lt.4 s an pe PJ y J u'c1p ;

kit iwerowi, and Fun Cticrs: for each subsequent .' .And is o untlemuu:, indrrd, Out gnu little farther. There has never ,er it without. If so, you must' 'p.uton 'at j. .
0 C'.c R .FHr whpm the world ban uluujst need, been oldie white races placed the same
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A deduction wiirbe made lor nou!>csinerttdforautmonth any gar accordingly. always majw! a pint to 4
ilJlrd : ltl'l'U' (:. This;: ;very wlf.mne.PriiKejr..' a! relative positions those above described of have ,
*, 'ABET, Prtril n'. 1VaLIAti D. KELUt', : + as em sweet enough when, they're to beaten ,
;-' ,, ice Pres t.trJJJ,,fcpWUD P. :hcrcizz.t., Traaiuti'urer "' The lessons which learn at schoo'i; the negro without producing effects the very without snas. ; J
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,; E.t.U crLtn. Recording Buret ry, 'rhlt'UU opposite. white under oppression, "And don't you use egcsj- %
Wlfii. ; tIiE.cn1.fd OB r-.H3oru.Mi1, tcrma. ** '? ,, OEOlta"E \,', DEWi: CflrrUJifn4 g. es. Had.till in may scientific nut grow rule up n ;:toot, oula nationality, and controlled bv the task I "Certainly egg is 6neofTthe P principal Ingredients I 'I

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-,.-" "1' .- -' "*-09NAGER3- : 1 Bmi the Printer. master, sinks into hopeless, nerveless despon I 8 .', t

'' '" TrY: t: 1r ::Gct."91'8 "t"e ': ?. 1 \ : I t-: .,. 1- : published t by dency, and gradually disappears. Ireland will : "How many docs Its..:require "" : 1 .

'wm't' .. v 'r h J its 4II '!-y'!''w,.I Johnrtain.:; C n lea l'oPrat..J IIn* lIVaUa.cl'! ," : How do ,your PreVidelns and,.Kings presently be depopulated, although she has a I "Wai, when eggs 'is" plenty i alway use: I i

'a 'W .e fa-i '" .In (.'"*.;"' I It[ u s t.atre lacacs.' i'. J",,' Ulll1.." ,.Hc ry S. Patter-: Govern *many thousand-things ? soil as teaming as the best, and which, with a i plenty; and when they're scarce, why F can r f

..'.- .. d. ,, .\.t .h' .'s > :, .. sea, M tj i. hu.. s ? L' Zti .y irt'm D. L<.w- TH by she TVTEstand scrrws, and springs.oil. negro population in'tbo condition of her people Jo I with less, though I ruther have enough; ,i

,' '".e! '. ? ue ..'""! UW -t.....,. r '. .' /s, J-:. pu U, 'H'\ \n\ "i. D", ilJw I It. tp"',' Belonging tll the ;"Printer. would be a source of the greatest abun I and be sure to beat 'em well. It does disc -J.

,lit'..... oJ. ., ..i.l.. : klr.;' "j ....'t..f :t1. thxesh. + .h..wClI'.j t'. :\hd! h. iutl,!! g 1fa, I'"T M.,. I dance. Even the name of her people would tress me, the way some folks does beat. r .. t!

.. .ye state "Id..aat: )' S.r praa ,I t:49; ....;. L. C1.u;:horn, '/1 _.; The'furmerand mechanic, too, bo lost,.if the United States did not open a field ,,1 always want. to have the" thoroughly eggs.Beat .

I'. .jJ,anll al. ,sand; all aeccyary: ,t"Xpt'1 i xt, .diirIO. .n'' _Z.v4 -.-- u___ .__ 'I' 1It' r Would sometimes rce know what to do.. for the energy and independent. spirit which for. every thing I use'cm in.\ It tries !i

_... ,to wit: '! ... rr :tlc'.;uJ'r. for' he r4ar 18$1, Could they not gel a certain view characterise them. So also of Poland. Men i most awfully to havo anybody my round pittence F I t iI

llOSaeresof second rate -knJHirct 01 ,hetntanMI': ;i ill."receive' fur rich u'jrciiptlon o( Fm'DOLLARS, ,: Of-work done by'th#. Printer.. of the.character of the negro placed within her I me ,that won't beat eggs enough. A spell n, .; i
about twelve Wire Soutli from Auuttin f." ; V I
; bordors would thrive beneath the
Q of I II i. master eye ago: 'e had a darkey to in the kitchen.
plllt help 1
8fMo: known n't The ,l
Indljlnjtt the inowfh es creek, Doctor cannot meet the crooks ;
Water HUNTINGTONVS "('IIRNTIM A AND' HEEL ,* f ;6f Russia but, with such a race as inhabits One day I was& making sponj cake and t
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,chine 'Urals place, April by Of nil hh! cnsei till he looks t.
her and death and
j n iih, Attorney in'Oct fur AchilleMurat 10 Richard ?CHILDREN ** Upon the. p"atCS of lib: books still'will,'decay be, depopulation the are having occasion'to go up stairs after something, c'r

: Town owner now unknown, assessRd'to Richard XnrartJ'y JOSEPH AXDKEWS, Button. Supplied him bv the Printer result. I'set her to beating the ejrgs. Wal, what dq i i
I i.. If?hero be any value in such facts as you think the critter done'IVby, she whisk, I
'tun COMPANION
I Uuk!s Taxes and expenses art paid befoie day ofisle AND THE ? The lawyer for n wit has'(1asseel these it is because they show that ill the races ed 'em about Jew times,-und turned them' r '

A print. of Jlu.illagto"MERCY'S DREAM:i But nigh its he hu head may caSt, of men are not alike-that the condition light in tho other ineredienets: (hat I'd got I

fl./B./ CANOVA, Sheriff d ex-offT % E-ifra'otdly' A. 11. RITCHIE, Vew York He would be but n dunce, nt last which is essential to one i if prejudicial to weighed out. When I carne back and ala W ,. .j

Tux Assessor and Collector, s. ,. c. Or tIle choice; of any two of the following r j ,Were it nu for the Printer. another-that that philosophy which declares .*!hat she'd done, my gracious I I camo as H l' ,
I ,that, because a thing is conducive fo the highest nigh to losing '
May 31fct, 18M., : Tour Splendid Eiisravugsi 1< ... Ii I my temper. I ever -
_Tax G otlc .tar's Sale. *- Who is it 1 hat so neatly tells good of the white, it is best adapted to the allow d myself to conv 'Twos awful provoking '

ofthe vested in me by law I viz : I The various goods the merchant fcelfc, nature ot the blacks i is false-and that the always want the kitchen help to do "J l

:BY virtue for power sale before the Court House 1.-JOHN K.NOX'S IXTSBVIEXV trim MART QCEE: OF Inviting the benx nnd belles 1" philanthropy of these who obstrortly'leck to things.as I want to have 'em done. But neversaw : -

expose SCOT, Painted by Leutxe, i ngrared by Sartain. Who is it eradicate slaver)'; either by colonization:. : or u that don "
but the Printer ?
Monday ever '
deeds the city of tit. Augustine on the first 2.RCTU ASD UOAI. Painted by Rotkermel,Ek&rated : darkey yet o:anything. d ,
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of December next, the following described tract by Sartain:, .t' I :: savage social convulsion, an Untrue philosophy ,right. They re n lazy slaughtering: Tu ti #
of land or at mucU-tbereof as will pny the taxes 3blcY.s DztixPainted. tfuntington Engra- Two classes of tho human race, ; is founded in an imperfect observation think o'her spilling thai cake so, when I'd >
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theteon due the State and County for years 184V30 ted by RltcKie\ : i I, Of different size, fit difTuntlhci, of the laws of nature, and is the'result of a told her over nnd over again that I always
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'51, to wit : CHRISTIANA. AXI> lIEn CHILDREN,Painted\ by Hunting Apnc-nrs in I this nnd every place- blind zeal arguing from false premises. make it a pint to Have my eggs thoroughly I '
section 38f How obvious to the Printer be. ." t
100 acres of second rate land In ton, Engratedby Andrews. t. _

private purveys, township 12, ronze: 23!: south and And a copy of thelbUndelltllln IT ANOTHER CUBA EXPEDITION.-The New "Vcr, it was too bad. Do you use fruit iu i i.
east and being on the east aide' of Dun Lake, said Ond sings the bass! on sharps and flats, Orleans correspondent of the Natchez Courier the pudding ?" '. '

100 acre i Uaasmted to Hannah King-*|.-y. Art Union Reporter, Bedecked with pantaloons and huts, write<: & .

Unless taxes and cxj>cntesorc paid before, the day A monthly pamphlet,containing a report of"the trans ; And Ifing-tnilcd cents and smooth cravats ; I told ynuthe other day that the Cubi: "\\:'al, that's ju 3t as you please. You'd t

r.It. actions of the Institution and information on the Oi this clans isthc i Printer. movement had not been abandoned. I cat' better be governed by your own judgment ,

R. D. CANOVA, Sheriff pll cx-nll: kubject oflhc Fine r1 rte, The other sings .the ucblu now inform you that in less than two months, -" tlJ that. Sum like$ arrunU and some .

,,T 111 AisQsaor and Collector, s. J. c. THUOU.GHOUT .WHOLE WOHLIX sweet, utirfss tho Government shou.ld succeed in- like raisins r; and then Again some don't like -
Adorned withfrocks and bonr.cts
5. ,. .' .;1 : .. n.at, ] deufeaflj the ,, will ihedr.ofrthe'saiTing' )
w .... ti t tvlNKittcu4aa rd Tr' ncuin plans you -rataLit'
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The' Art Union of 7nnls in And lovely to the Printer. body's teeth come grinding ,into a raisin stun '**i
VIRTUE of an Execution issuing oat of and Philadelphia .n prizes raised, '''the oilicers appointed, and the steamers '
uronJtrthereal of the District Court of the United i is: own C rti..eate> /with which orihlalua.ican; 'Tis Ilymcn'a will,< nf course, know, engaged fur tmn,l'rtuliun. They are 1 Td rather have my jars box't any lime.*" :

States for the Northern District of Florida nt works oft may purchased in any part of the U, '1'hc'classes should in couples you I to start*from three different points, and will "How: many raisins must I take 'InVal t

the Instance of the Dank *f the &*& ot' If10"'" States' at the option nnd btlcctiou of ithe prison who And, since the world 'will have it g"o so, I rendezvous without the jurisdiction of the; '-\ not toe many-It's apt to make ibo
D.-feuJaut, I @Iwlltcllat may obtain a prize at thrAnnual ridden heavy you.know, and when il'd heavy
nlnst Benjamin Hopkins ... I So be it, says the Printer. United States* The number of men to start
VubUcauijion 11\ front of the Cmirt Hou c in the Distribution, in the first place, .will not exceed 1,00 ,and it nint"so light and good. I'm u, great -n

City cf St: Augtlne on Monday the seventh the day lol of. Which lakes !' ace on tlielErmfng! f the last ricer : There's nut n man: below the skies: thou will be divided into, four. regiments of hand- .

July next, between tue usual hour of tale virtue of day in every Year. j Who,Letter understands to priz! 25'J each. "Yes. '\Vhtfdo: you'use for flavoring ?" -
lowing described property levied upon by The charms that 4There< exercise i
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 01'filE grace a lady's eyes again you'll have to your

aid All execuiioqjf that undived wit moiety: or half of a certain tract ; ART UNION, I Than does this very Printer. HEROISM OF A CUBAN YOUTH. own judgment Some likes ono thing and 1

of load lying and being in the Cnuuty of h.Johns I. When so requcstct,select worksoC.-\rt'\\'ihoutcbuge' Young maiden's, (then, without debate Persons who know nothing of the senti some another, you know. If you go the hull 1 ,

Mute of Florida, known( as the Twelve mile or compensation, from their .' ', ments and feelings of the native pdpulation oil figger on temperance: why, some other flavor* w l
"containing Three thousand 'five S 1 Tis hoped you'll iduly estimate, Cuba, and those who are hired to misrepresent ing will do as' well as wine or brandy,
tract CilESNUT STREET
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Swamp FREE GALLERV,210 Before intact it bo too Into. .
hundii'd acres morVor leM;-:-aiJ tract of land I the state of affairs in that island, are constantly I sposc. But whatever you malt up your mind .-
to For those persons in the country, who may live re The value os the PRINTER... to use bo particu'ar to in !
belonging ,
i belntVunl-'t: un one tilt 4>y land t '.. _, nvcring and proclaiming that the get a sufficiency,'or

I Gen.-' -). L i Imcli.on tin- South by the Public naote'froln talkriee.Fine or public Arts. exhibitions' cf the THE- NEGRO POPULATION. Creoles are. quite .i indifferent! to the movementto else your pudden'il" be flat. I always make'it fin
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road. anJ on oth-r .1 iies by laud unknown. independence,-that they a pint- :

1 1 bt/'incthr trao f>nneilyo longing) nn i purJused to G.: I F.f'o.n Clarke. lu.ti; Nubtcripbona of met, btnhip, $:i>>, should be aiade The last census st).ws- that the slaw pop are elitBbUS.ir necessary qualities ot. "How long must il bake 7"I' fe"There's : j ..' '
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f tat. (JeceaJBcJ ation and
Augustine
\ as early as picclirablc.lso as to entitle members to ulnlioff increased 28 1.2 per cent within the patriotism, to the great, thing titter all: Tho ; <<

by ODe JOHN Renl runl'tl"T. A/YHRICK.! U. S Marshal, early! numbers of the "Reporter.." which will be! forwarded ten years from 1840Uo:& 1850 ; whilst the in- conduct a successful re\"o ulion. ,Although balcin.s the main pint. A potater pudden' ,

Dy (;m. ZtHKEAca, Deputy. : upon the receipt of the money" to any, part ;:,rrouse of the free negro population was only the struggle has not ret taken place, not a of all puddens, has got to bo bakedTest, 'right j \1

EU AugurtlneMay 17tlr,.IS5l. of the COUlltl y. '" : 8 i-2 per cent. few occasions have arisen to test'tho j istice For if it bakes Illuetle too much, its apt to' J f k. :

"" Tats Hoioiary Secretaries will giv receipts! for Tim nctfro of the free states has before him of this disparaging view of Cuban: character,' dry up-and then,again,if itdoa't bake quite : r : r :

Exccutrlx'f Sale. subscriptlonsor remittances may be made to t{ n fluid tor ambition which has no example in and,in all such cases,the victims have shown enough, its sure,to, taste pota.tory.nd thatjg : r i ,

permission ot tup llon.llte' Court of Probate: GEORGE W. DEXVKY. \I thu world. The white people of thoSe stales themselves to possess in an admirable degree, spites. it, you know. x :'\ f

BY St. Jrhns County, will.bl" sold, at the CourtHouse Glrrrshnna'i'!+ Secretary, | seem to have no object o cherished as tbatVhichcuntempln'escxulrin the bravery, fortitude and firmness essential How long should yon thins? 1" i l l ,r
in the city of St. Augustine on Monday the 210 Chisnut Str!it t, P1tladeljhitt; 5 to the revolutionary character. We noticed I ."
o'clock Al. the' follow \ him into the "full VVal.that depends a good deal on the heat. l
7th day of July, 1B51, at 12: sometimes ago, the manly demeanor of '
leg RtatEsane, belonging to the Estate of the late stature ufa man" The language is ransack those 'of Cuban liberty, Collins, Ram- of your oven If you have a very hot oven. .; )

Dr. Andrew Andersontiecens, to wit: itTTUE: IM5OSECU- ed to find words' .to express daily sympathy Oca martyrs and ethers. We have now to record 'twont do to leave it in too long, and if your ;

A lot or parrel 1 of about twenty acres of Land wtuated TI V G CI"J'ItJS: AT TILL CXTY:jTffllHC fur him, yet ho (lies u hopeless,degraded, lies another, example of manly bravery of a Cuban oven aint so very hot, why you'll be necess J.t

on the West aide of Tolomata street, on which OF.A< nl GTON. wretched, forbidden;outcast among them. In youth, which we find detailed in the fol: itated to leave it i in longer. -a 1 "J'

it Is bounded on the East, and being directly Wect of no country in the world could the white race lowing article from the Savannah Republican "Well.how .cm I tell an 'thing about lit". I
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of St. Auguetim, on the subscribe undertakes ,the collection be in a similar condition without "
placed rig
the Court House in the city ? N. O. Delta. I always let 'em bake till'I think I.
South by the road which crosses! the Sebastian Bridge; JL settlement aid adjustment of all manner oft sing to the highest;;' social and poliicat.de.. the safest thay'fedoneth3t' "' <<, ''
Youth.- I make a'pint 1
Creek and demands against!!' the Govern- From Havana-Imprisonment of a way. it
West by the marshes of the Sebastian claims, accounts or velop aent. Yet the, negro has not power"sufficicnt '
North by Itfra. Hannah Smith and the heirs of John rqentof the United State, or ,any foreign State or; attain even to un- -qualiy: with the On or about.the first of this month,during a to have o m baked just exactly*rigfeu ft ; i

Geiger,deceased, being the Majkland Cottage Ee- country ; before any of the public Departments at: lowest of "his brother" Caucasians. He has public declamation at the University of Ha- It's very important in all kinds oVbaktot- i t \ \.

tat,. Washington. Pen-' not even been nble ((0 help himself to the vana, a youth, 'sixteen years' of age, son of cake, pie', bread puddens, and. everything ; '

ALSO.A lot of ground in .raid city bounded on The procuring of Patents, Army and Navy ejn- level of all up the aids Sr. djui Genie Poncea wealthy citizen of -to have; em' baked precisely long enough 'f '
contempt, withstanding
the North by Artillery Lane : South by Greenstreet sons, the collections of accounts against the Gov ba-', which his "brother": holds to him. He isd'jng Cubsf: was arrested ,and imprisoned for the and jest right. Some folks don't seem la

; West by St. George street ; and Hast: by E. B, ment, all land claims,and every demand or other and' off and while all around out him is following offence: Back of the staging, erec have no system at all about thrlr" bakiti .

Goold aDd .Mrs. 8. P. Anderson, sinew,of.whatever kind requiring'" be prompt :j prog- ted' for the declarers, was a black board, One time they'll burn, their bread to' a crisp,

Or to much of aaid Lots aa will be efficient to efficient services of an attorney or agent ;j reps: ot the most astonishing kind, he is only on which was written,.while the curtain was and then again it'ill be so slack 'taint fit to A

ly the debts of Mid Eala te. On each of said Lota. A residence fourteen years at the,seat of the Fed-1 stationary-merely;breathing.A yet down with chalk, Viva Narcisso Lopez, eat. Nothing hurts my feeling so much, **

tftjioalttbIe-&Bd commodious buildingjg ....:: era Gpvernmrnt, with a thorough,and familiar aojqnaintacce correspondent of tho New York Tribune, T Mueran loa Realigns "-u Life Narcisso to see things overdone or slack baked "Here

C-onwtlO'Oa-C.lh. with the variour systems and routine Of' writing from Lonj Jsland,.says : only tother day, Lorry the girl ;that MUs
C. C. ANDERSON, Exocutrix.St..Augultlne public buaineasat'lhe diflerrnt o .iCei aa well as in], "In this town (Jamaica, L. I.,), there are Lopez, and death to the :Royalists"Xheaudience Phi pot dismissed yesterday
assembled and the Captain General coma wlthili\ x
Congress; added to this,free acau. to the ablest Ie-| three hundred and forty free negroes-.(this being
May 31st, 1651.: ,and suite having arrived,the curtain tvas ace o' lettin my bread burn up. My back
gal advisee if needed, justifies the undersigned in' number. has decreased: since 1840)-morn
satisfaction and lvie dispatch raised for the declaimers to begin, their speech was turned a minit, and what should j.he do .
I pledging the fullest utmost -. the"three hundred tof them arc paupers and ...
but to wood into _
NOTICE. to those who may entrust their business to hisf drunkards, not one; in ten I live Ibcently or es. On noticing the writing on the board, go stuffing the sifere at the -
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HALE of Uoraosarea, Bunion County Gencrul 1 awfulest rate. Iflhad'nt a found [t out jestwhen
JOSEPH care. Being well known to the greater pf of the j of themselves the Captain immediatclporderedthe
comfortably or motile care or
Florida.il "y authorised.Agent' do- citizens of this district, and t6 many'' gentlemen who; children respectably nine out of ttff are so entrances to the building bu ,guarded, II, did, my bread would a bin spilt assure .a
' tint n?absence front the State. lave been members of both House of Congress in and summoned all tho s'udent to appear be as I'm a live woman JupitEfio.&mminI 1
debauched and
that their offspring
. ,; NANCY P. UARSILf", ,.Adlnini.tratriz of.theEstate the last twelve years, it }a deemed useless to extend I intemperate fore him, in order to 'find out who was the was about as much decomposed tat rfevei* ; ;
o' UAIKXIS T. IIARZ J
the
County, deceased. be in all energy.of the wljite race. wouldn't stand it longer of 1 i -
Communications must prepaid cases. and answered with firmness. I nm the any -one us must
Bx Joscra HALE,.\leM.' Charges or fees will be regulated by the nature and,; Most of them are; children of slaves-old who wrote it. The General quit-Lorry or me must walk. It' -*,' .' >f
F rUe L 22J 1631.Bean 'business': but moderate in all fashioned Long Island Dutch slaves-and one Captain ,
extent of the ; calel.Addre51 -! asked him he did it.a answered, "So you've no rules about baking thf. i
H. C. SPALDING! Att-y, 'there is every reason to believe that had these why i pudding? '
f Bean I than I wish to come to .
II Bears their wrote no more :
children
or defendants remained slaves I
Washington D. C.
will Au 21- ; ordered to and the : uNo rule! said MuJhw, with a'l look .
0T purchase all the Bean Oil and Grease ( they would now be 'well provided for, as their pass. He was prison, of
thin the citizens of Florida will Mp to me in Sa- I wore public are at n loss to know what will be : intense surprise. f
by good musters and instead
vannsb,the Oil 't One DJlai per gallon, the Grease i.! I Jereby given, to all PFl'-Onlq of parents idle, drunken, puqpers, infesting; our I I done with one so voting for his indiscretion." .& rt said )J(I. !Darling you jceemtct .. 5
J village
most he pump in good Stone Jars, for which I will NOTICE aims against the Estate of Stephen'lArDin anti putting us to It.Koo-lce.d! of troubln and ho'no rule for anything about it. w..* 'F. \f

pay Lift ants per.pound. The articles must beJM1re deceased; either as credUore legatees; or:, would be robust i 1IRS. MUDLAW'S RECIPE FOR POTATO i No; rule! screamed the indignant cook ,
expense, they
hearty
orI -'will that the be ;, ,;steady
most *
podilvrly reject them." I use of said Estate; same must (t while
dlstributeea starting her red ,
lanre quiet people enjoying, all ihu, comforts and PUDDING.BT up face grew teat'lnes.
of the
quantities both articles, and contsidermy within two yeara from this date.or .they
presented /redd and her little back!
r,
' self food judge of it. Send any quantity from \ will be by law forever afterwards btrr"d.r I I borne ofthe Iuxurierof litv. THE AtJTttR. OF "THS BEDOTT PAPERS." with rage."No rules! eyes&napped '
: Poising the frontiers of Hie free states southward t"How- and 'Ibe planted -
jallon to ten gallon at a timber more if possible. PAULARNAU, 'Administrator. "
.
much do: take ? .
in front
herself
of Mrs
W. Tt\f t>Ut>I\7O we find n pc1Ure of this same of sugar you Darling;erecting her I
**W4 li UlVu JL 0, May 1851. : 1 I rice
Sr.AngusUne.31at whether "b
I' "Wai that depends altogether on fleshy figure to its full
Wbeleaal Druggist,Savannah, Ga. ;1, quite an opposite sort. We find the negro in height of matesUc
Nr 16 you calculate to have snail for it-some, liko dumpiness, and c.x'onding t the
1y c.euslIIgVuh a riipiditr greater- even than forefinger of
that ]j} Mill, as an heir I don't.Sowhen .
then
jaorOTICBi t hereby given, thai of his white brathers" i sans you know, and some'agin her right hand till it reachvd nnnlarming ''
uiopinquiiy
Cabby 'Cs, Potatoes, Applet Onion \ \ and diztrP utee,"IX weeks after,data. app:t |o has where contentmentwhich I calculate for saas, I don't take so to. that I a dY'* nosu. No rules! do-
choiceanlclt"- of Probateof Jonn County, ft>r.J et- no counierpart any and n. I don't calculate for ,
Glp&t7, Iud JJsre when ,
row the > fecundity, which of the first much' augacand you tell me I've no rules? Me that's cocWtn 14
lebOOln assorted fAlmiabrAtlonde bonis noa ; np.m the EJ- trills! one requjsiles to cat without
sweet
make enough ,
Peas Apples I
Potatoes MOS the first families
yr (for fifteen and
'late of said that the economist down as Indicative I years gin
andbuach lit of Dinlel Hulbert, sear ; County lays Mudlawi I was" hand
Ont ons Hay Oats Corn Poor Mr. great +
sntisfccti "
I .tons. jn, to bf tad' such fhaI
% of the cube by ns
c-jndilian you
!lnea, Rice,for sale at Wholrrale or nta'lOct deeea d. t JAMtS HULBERT homogeniety of an | for pubden-saas. I always made it for him- httint uo rules! .
6wk.II 8 animal vita its nature. -[ .Satnrday.Gazeuc.
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THE ANCIENT CITY.
,. Iorida Republican. ------ pen.tho spirits of the patriots on the Isl&od. f''

: \ I. We are at a loss to express: our extreme I" 'lwporaisttrout Cuba. What business haVe. our national vessels upon
', t amusement at the notice which we have re NlCs of Col. HarJee's Expedition-Novel Occurrence r Ihe const of Cuba, unless to give colortoth
: SanAntnnia Arrival Prisoners l lies circulated through the
at tf! industriously Island
cciv d.at ,tho hands of our very'respectable TIlE SPIRIT 01; REVOLUTION
\ TIle Beginning of ths End;' by the Spanish authorities, that France.En&. _
It I I \ but exceedingly mal adroit! contemporary of SPREA DINU.' land. and the United States would a!,ist the
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'i :_ _ _ tho Republican. A few weeks since: we Fashion.By the,arrival Baker1which-Left of the U. S.transport Indianola steamer on ___ j" *- Spanish Government in quelling nny rorolu-
iQvALrrr -TEDEILAL BIGHTS AKDSESJSTAXCfi DE'IUK1IE Cupt. (O.V OF THE CU. lion which might bcatctuptcd by th\Creoles
I pleasantly but soberly used the following expression the 20th inil.,we have later news from Western DETEftliN.tT I .
e TO: I.J.L"HQ OPPOSE TEEM. Was intended fur such
BAXS TO REVOLT. I our navy purpose
4 i that somewhat con Texas. The mmiIteamer Louisiana, Capt. .
in reference to t tI And how is it that such: things, nr, toteratal
-' :I f \ : AUGUSTINE,'JULY 12th, 185L certed sheet, and from thence out neighbor Lawless,left Indianola with the Fdshion,bound! by public opinion in the Slate*? DolheAiuties: '
for Galveston and this city. Among the GOVERNMENT PRESCRIPTIONS.
passen- THE .I
"\ i has expanded grandijoqu'-ntly and quite j>rosily Wilson and Dr. Gal-I i of neutrality{ require us t.. assist in rivettia*
by the F. Lieut.
j W claka. gets were .. the chains "f thu Cubans? Do existing: ; treaties
J Steamer his -
: 'q 1 in defence. of himsell and. paper.hut Ian, U. S. A. ARREST AND: BANISHMENT OF BarS ; requin; us to cxtfiid ",.it.l nut comfort: to thiS
I : & This fine boat arrived here' yesterday, lengthy as is i the rcjuiu cr,the Repubtiatiliasfuiled. Through tho poli'cness of Capt. Baker, we FOR 7 REA SOS. most atrocious of all iltr>poliiiH ? .

: i I 4 rooming from Savannah i via the river St. to meet the point and front of'our 1. have Western been Texan put in-possession-ofthoSan of the'' 12th inst., which Antonio contains 1 I The (fac-t is this! thtrz! '::il tor our Govr-nrnent" .:r r

,i I Johns. We hear her highly spoken of for article. He has not shown except by his assertion tho first account wo have yet seen of DESPERATE STATE OF THE FINANCES. : has led it beyond nil the limiu .fjj&ivor'

J 0. .her convenience and"comfort as well as sea ;that 1 wo.vere. at uJI| rnfclakenjn our Col.. IJI rde 'tI expedition into the Indian coun --.--- / IGENERI.L' decency, and whilst it has excited the Indiana*
tion of America and turs.iiaer here, has
worthy' utilltie.. We hope to sec her visit statements. lIe has failed tofpoint ou any try. It would een that so fur the most com- NE fl's. even dieted the gfptitndtr of the Spaniards.not., .

harbor least, evidence' whatever'\ his sympathy with or p'tcto, success has attended tho efforts of Cot. American
monthly. -
;; our at Outrages:: daily pcrpctrutea upon
: ( lIe his fa'ile.l 11.. and of Judge Rollins, the indefatigableIndian '" which liia
advocacy'of Southern Rights. The f fbllowin g correspondence onlainslho citizens. I sec that >casu of Lecture has .
A the to "
.. 4 Steamer, .. Monmouth to pqint out tho propriety off the Cabinet directing deliver up clat'm ltieir prisoners JC rapelling in arcordance savages with important and uraiifying J intelligence been Deco noticed in your colunu. Another, and .
have
not few
Cuban people more fatal occurred only a days after.
: 1.. "Thi vessql came in Thursday bound the publication of an advertisement of n treaty made 'with &bem in December last. .thnnthe
; cast down by .disappointments, or by the An Am'.'fican was: found, ab ut two weeks ago
i I from New Orleans 'to New York. We learn I nearly tWo pages: of his: paper proposals We !give the tolldwinglfull'-:W account from thuTexanj i strong hand with which our Government sleeping ut thu Punt.-i. uttiKr a shed. He was r s I

,: .aha bas on board Ne4flu'-'iiige alias E. CiZ. ibtAurni3hing j Dr tJoodi, Hardware, &c. to of> upholds the tyranny in Spain; reached us on arrested, lodged in jail, mid! sent the next day"
Some six'weeks since, Messrs. Rollins and! of.Charl liton. -We attach in the to work at ,the public
States. chain-gang
f 1' .. Judson$ New Y Yards in the northern -pubflMdsjJcaWjLrkftJisas Saturday by way ;
Stem Indian the Executive
1 agents, applied to bnkJrtaoci'p as we know that works.
.
&c. i the more ;
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,.: SJSajMrtf. OfN.UU f : of the ,StatQfor 0., 'military force to be sent. our correspondent& alffaysjicen Inclined Whilst"60 l ttu Pa..'J. at work, he attempted .

or s cifyiorso !' in theimgntest dejt d repjelledahft rriur"lh 'f'dli tf WI tteiruTO t&o revo1uuoiq4et1ing w UMJLvvA ,.lq lWZ > ,
.l.n4.Ui !c'' but mA mrrwno oThznostJ I _??_ 1.o inference .IhnrinelS&blicatfon: of who killed two G *rtnuns t'Crnig's: trading ,* A, June, I5tb: 18515, I posed t.-fbetfike bfiliSlT. OStifiMti in

I 1 .. famous.mc"n- J.1"'.Ihe Union. 1 such advertisements i In Jhnt paper was inten- hpuso lust full, and, slyt 'tt c small girl from 1\IESS&"' EDtTORS- Tho spirit of revolttlon ,Uiatbili situation mfxht be rcportAi U) the'suH '- -?
I Aransas Bay' about tho same time. Thu In. .far from dying away, is daily on tblJ ThcreuHiii| s il c leidcr of the chaiu-gang fell :;
i ', ded ns patronnge to support and aid that paper dians in their treaty with Agent Rollins, in1 increase.. The patriots, though disapoinlea upon him \vih: a heavy stiik,amid b 'at hint so .

\ Post Office or other Misrule. -and not for any advantages to. thu pub December last, bad agreed to deliver up in their fond expectations L'opri's lauding, severely, that, when they uttemptft to rauo

t. Verily *'our.suffcrings (in this regard) is intolerable lic. his too obvious need corrlment-and offenders, or 'in the event that they' could not : still maintain themselves in .readiness to : him. and carryhtrn off, hu wa*'dead The

I : and crte* nloud, for relief." WoJcnow however awkwardly" Republican may attempt do so, then to, point them out to such military join any movement for freedom.. In !bo country '"scene was'\vitncsseJ by many persons, none(
force* as might bo sent to arrest them' central.department i interfere the victim oftlirrpetty "
throughout the. '*horn dared to to :save
i t: not whether lha repeated! >failures ot tq( turn the issue,.it amounts io'pap and It was with the view of carrying out the latter particularly the people nro very much excited, tyrant ..
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J .I .s me of our most valued exchanges' ore to be nothing else.! ,\ clause of the said article Jn the treaty arid only need a tit occasion to prove their Can such things be much longer tolerated!,/

Ascribed to accident, or design. ; but if they nro If weund: rstjindthe-views of the" Republican that upplicationYns made ,to the Execu; bat red. to tho ty wnts that rule them. Eight It seems as if Spain, iu her folly, had doter |

I i j j # to be set down to the nccount of tho former ; aright it denies to the State of South tive. ,, -, of the ten Puerto Principu prisoners have. mined not only to I let us:: set, but also. led hoif :
I Union. Gov.v' Bell immediately made the necessary been sent to'' Spam. Two remain cruel and dcsnetie she could bu. VALS.
from the .
: t we must say, there is presented an amoun of.accident Carolina, a right to withdraw I already
requsition! upon Gen. Harney who sent Col. confined in the Moro castle, unable to m.ll..u"ahe .
f 'L !,. truly remarkable: ; making ..1/r. Fil-! Upon th'is i issue we have' never held but one i Hurdee with two hundred dragoons, in corn- voYage, on account of serious illness. 5'T&rHANDNOILTII.Tim : .-

; I jnoro's Administrati9n, tnking it, all in all ; opinion!and that was the absoluteindeniable : pan' with the 'pgen's, into'the Indian coun. Two other Creoles, both natives of Puerto I returns of the census' arc vindication"

the mosVaccidcntal one, that we wot of; but right of State sovereignty. We hold explicitly I try." After arriving nt the German settlements Principe and only fourteen years of age, i I the institutions of the South in the most trM _

I J '. ,there is a tact, attending tho failures of Which that the Union 'Is a compact formed to on the Llano, the agentssent runners out for have been banished the island ten years umphant nunncr. l\e following; are A f;: /4
4 the Indians supposed to be inthat vicinity, each, for drawing a Cuban flag on the walls item concerning Georgia.. .:
and that sovereignty *
: we particularly complain ; seeming in no subserve certain purposes state who, in about six days, succeeded in brineing 'of tho University! The poor_ !little fellows ._ .to.

slight degree, to warrant the conjecture, that remains In each and every member l into damp thu Lipans and the Camanchn were marched to prison between a file i f 1'Ul"tfLA.TlOX.., ,

c /chance.has not wholly o"trotk.r-in the and party to tho compact. and as a consc cheif Cutumste. The Camanche chcif Little soldier?,with their hands iied/as guilty, of I White I 6.U'l <<

i I :f ter-mmclr; that tho papers lost to us,by mat-I qucncc each and every member has a right to Wolf was also notified, but he was on the a h inour crime. Every one .remarked their 1 Blacks "I, 382,2l: >
east side of the Colorado river, and was and many envied i
pre cheerful countenances
irregularity of mail: -transmission ; arc entirely withdraw from the compact when as a State ; 903,711
I vented from is for their
attending as supposed, on ac- them the honor of suffering; country.
fj of tho:: Democratic nnti-su h1iSion8chool\ it desires to do so. And the lurther consequence coupt ota sudden and very greut risc in that Count Villa lucva left here, with his family, i/ ;-, '.

f I I .. .nnd among'them, that able and faithful Champion is irrcsistablc that unless: one State has river. Thu party under BuflTilo Hump being in the Pizarro: on lh 14th, boun-1 fur Now Value 5f i real and...,. personal estate. SP.J.6GII:1Il'1':. -
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holll; 4ho on the Brazos was not notified, and there was ills is universally regre:> ----- --
'; i of the South ; tho "Southern Press I the rijjht; no number) of States right York. depaiUru -
no ma Jo'to do so, as it was understood particularly so at the Ammint of tftatetnx '3B,2.J1J8do
;t' Not a number of tins Journal was suffered whole Southern States together are attempt : ted by both parties ''
; r and.thc that their cheif had just dit-d, nnd tho band was moment when we are threatened with new clJunt do ? ;.. 17 O33.,.,
'I J to reach us for some fuur w eks, immediately powertcss for any defence short of revolution.This in contusion. Calumsie and the Lipans were taxes and extraordinary contributions. Th>* "-

: I i-1.1 : > preceding the arrival of the last mail but.one \yas the principle embodied in the resolution the only Indians present who'singed the treaty. treasury is empty, and tho government experiences $ ,

\1 And scveralvof our friends, who arc subscribers s of 1 03-and the principles which have The agents madu them a talk,explaining the the greatest ditlieulty in miking Number of d--nths fur the year;; prc...

::1 toit: i inform us, that they have been \ bien advocated and maintained byt2o object of the expedition. The Indians: repliedut all ends meet. On IU, that ho 1Iil not n roovcn' cucding 11 Juuu isSO 9,099 5'1
always; once, that thy had! kept' the treaty, and well with Concha; but I brlieve that The in.inaliU" nft-ie whuuvpojuiluRicluntnJ- f ftilJulU
i J.: wronged in the same way, to alike, or greater, Southerns Right& party, and which unless were still willing to do so, that they were such rumors arc entirly unfimn.led. The isw':'O, wiji.ii1_.ie in ui ...

I fI" .extent. Our ndmlnlstratlon''blg exchanges the Republican is willing to 'support it belies I ready to go along and point out the offenders Diane de 1.\ M.iriua.in shaking( : IIf his departure 'r!A**.

I ,',: .are quite regular in their coming. What its na np.. Tho paragraph quoted by I ho Savannah if they could bu 'found!, and l:ivc all thu nssis- us'cs tho most fluttering! terms ofpaic The white population or Guorgi.i j is about""*:]

wo ask, ise meaning of this? Has the Republican from us was that if one tence in their power. For this purpose I guess it i is all gas. one-sixth .>f .that of the Sialu of New Yark.r '
Carawali thc second in command to Catumsie )Ir. Andrews, of the schooner R() inc, is. Yet -orgia nearl; hilt th; property. J JlWIQI
: : forth placing the issues, from withdrew it virtual disruption! of
edic1t was a
gone State{ .
selected Co!. Il.inlcc
was to accompany in llab.um! trCiXtmg: : with the General ot .Mar n whit** person in GtMir. :. ia M (ILl flu avr.raltf!
i : all presses whose conductors nro sufficiently thu Union. Wu are ut a loss to conceive who started in, company with .1 ent-Semon: : ine about the salvage; due on this Colon. nearly threu liuio us ri.h an on j in New York:...

: I : .fearless nnd. .indepcndcnt tit "speak wbaUho/Zcpublicansbigand little) found so the :29h: of May, for the Upper Brazos, intending The result of their conference H not ,'.'1 Kv n ifsiavrs aru e.vluileil from the prnpcrtf j

: : the'truth and shame IhtTdavll," under the sur- mon ? rQtJ,; or expressive in that opinion. In t tt)make examinationsninoni; ; the md Jan known, Armero will leave fur Spam' n;txt ut'icu" i:., she i is vrvxltliuir i i prop >rii
c vic3IaQC9 "' ".1 ut-'vnnuQ thu n of tbo N. Y. Jojjiil I ui Commerce upon the ClearFork.I of that stream, laud down mouth. white |l'Olul"tlull; litaa Now Yuck.-\uJ t '
"""'I'N'' '" ,P: a recent numbnr .. "
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ta Fort Graham.' 'J I. i Jy ri.r...:
.tF'-44UI ul.Guraia sup
afro
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'JootID fd. ; i.tltJsUpprh. Tlio Ame;can
tf the
II' wo obacfC'c s uno QptmbodEcd(
'Rollins' oi'90o,7ilMho
1 Agent left tho command on the VTxeii 'sailed si1W'tnI ponuiaiiMii dZ1T
D icntur and ,
I : -, .,,alan 7' if so we baVO'flk: d.I fallen on evil in almost tho snmo words. But wo suppose Llund iiiul visited: the Lipau encampment' : Snranac from here Albany on th,, 5ih. "'hEnhihi, steamer a single year .tore 9,"' !). ,I lit the similoeity.

: rtimes rUt.' Filmoro ond his Cabinet may tho little"Republican took the point of i ii's iMcrcotmicer 1 further up (hut stream: where he obtained Inflexible also sailed. There are still two New Yorkvih: about half lint popu ofiJ

F well, desire silence or smother the warning as it d tliost; Indians. On the third day leaving the tii! itvenig: uri.Ujtiiy ot lh cirvNuw uti
voice of the sentinels upon tho Wat -h Ita tcgt rik tho A'opubficans kin.1 1 .allusion I war in port. -
German si-tllrnu-nts! and while! on tho North York i4 four u.n y is g.eut a> hal of tha*
4 Towers Southern Rights ; but it is neither driving, us to a new tout of type, ''perhapshad Fork of Brady's Creek, tlio command! of Col.HaiJep The yellow \'e-lli\s: commenced The its weather ravages .8Ite of Cieorgia, 4t .

\ .manly ,or honest, to attempt it by means such [ivc a Government hardware Advertiseincut was again visiud by Catumsic who and proves fatal hot.in many.cases.We hnha bur little The taxation; of G 'orain, State rand co intr|

". as tho latter of those, we have limited at, and or twqwc could.as readily afford it ; but cuinc in to say that he had, s n'o visiting the is rain excessively jJl o far, and the crops in somu'paru of the is about half a million-;that. of. New York

.he. ml.llllt bo a very bold' man: who j in this present vre stick to old principles and well camp on. Ihn Llano, succeeded in getting the Island will be much injured.. The new Police exceeds seven millions. Ilouee the taxations
at
p.... white boy Hart, stolen from Refugio. Col. II. of Georgia compared to that ofNow Yort--
.country and age, will essay the expedient of tric4 type., sent Cupt." Steel back to the Cntmnchu Camp, system is far from filling The the e. pcctalioniofits invested on tho basis: ut population, i is less than. one f
abettors.
and men
.an open muzzling of the Press, that hero i i'J is who obtained the boy and brought him to San friends Calculated fourth, on the while basis; i i'* lus thaa one faalftfon
not perform
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to
I .owever, in thisjhlng, "a scrw loose somewhere International Magazine. Antonio, he started for his. home yesterday! their with such duties powers in that are style iqucneestabtish- the property basis<< is less than une.sixib||.p
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is undeniable. truth, and, we ask, Wc have received the: July number of this morning. ed bytho, Captain-General. Tho Spanish soldier Yet wi'h this overwhelming evidence! oftMjt:
On a subsequent dIY Agent &,lins saw of brute to treat people superior, social, political and financial coo*|i"dtlon.ur
j that-it, bo put rlCht.9 most excellent Periodical) published by Strin is too much a
I\ ,-_ .. ". may $3Jper contains the chief Catumsie, and obtained four Mexican otherwise than he himself has been accustomedto Georgia she excluded by New York
IRREGULARITY- OF THE MAILS. gernnd'ro.vnscnd at yeaJt boys, making mall seventeen recovered bo treated. They search nearly every one from a"common territory, as unmeral and uu-

., "Several I weeks ago we alluded to the frequent a volume of interesting rcI'e matter from tho Lipans and Canrmchct These found after night outside ihn walls. Several thrifty aud-sumitted !-&utA rn Press. ,4

failures of the mail between!. Augustine and nt 25c. per No. prisoners together with eight Camaflchcs have already been dismised the service for
i I Jacksonville.: The state of things has now arrived : I I under! Catumise, six Lipans under Chipote, drunkenness, 4c. Many improvements are AS I.UIEC3E FUACO UPO -Goysas.uJ

.1 at such a pitch that it is no longer toleri Taylors} Picture ff f Washington. were brought into' San Antonio by tho' agent going on hero,in the way of mending and! pa The New York papers of Monday ihrow out

i : ; able. The St. Augustine mail, for Jtcksmtille. on. Tuesday. ving'the street Several cnrlot .es of Boston Rome mysterious! hint4 in relation to nil inJ.m .
is put into the :'Savannah bag almost every trip. I Ij We advise all our reajlers to possess themselves Tho ngent states that the Indians ho saw Hrnnjta have teen received and moro expected.! n,M? fraud upga the Government.Iloraldsays niI

4 : j I I. ?Jt goes,.of course, t:) Savannah; sometimes it i of this large and! fine picture which'tho are certainly anxious to remain fricndlyiand The Plaza de Armus is being repaired and re- ..
I
: : returns to Jacksonville by the next boat, but Publish offer'at the lo\ price of 81 free of will not engage in a difficulty with the whitesifthey painted. DlXUS.J It is:: stated<< that, onoof. the heaviest. fci;'

; more frequently" not for one or two weeks. postage. 'Address Joh.n' L.. Taylor New York. can avoid it i He believes from all J can claims, amouptin to*several hunJrwl f,,
: Tho"Ancient City"is sometimes so very and ; the information: that"could be obtained, that LETTER FROM HAVANA. thousand dollars, has been discovered to boi- .

: : \. :ait when wo get'it,:that U has I Iostmuch. of its The August Elections. The following table those who made the' treaty .have observed it, fn.ud.Ve learn that the party owning .
and freshness; and we can calculate on if not positively more full thnn could have
; flavor sets forth the dates of the elections which arc of the Delta.] claim sold it to several rich capitalisttjirrfc :
(Correspondence
letters with more certainty and despatch anticipated from a wild and halfstarvedpeople. .
receiving been
before it
and Washington
1 to be held diring the month of August next : flAvtxs'June 18th 1851. wa- aIloe4y
', from pfew York or Boston,than from our '
/ 4. Kentucky, Monday August 4th. the Commissioners rtcmvetl a little |ft8..
I ,- N 4. Neighbor city The fault of all this certainy Indiana, It U M Tho Indians who came in ere behavingwith Editors of the Delia:-lIcrF we are, quietly than one hundred thousand dollars of hi

: -- lies either at the St. Augustine! or Picolata Post Alabama, M &I" great propriety, and are deluhted with sweltering under a vertical sun while not even amount awarded, with which ho bas loaG t -
II .O ice and we have'strong reason to believe it to Arkansas, tho changes in San Antonio since thet last amist, seems any longer to obscure our Northern parts unknown. -*
.
'I 9 be at the latter; nnd it is:really surprizing withwhat.jecklSS Missouri4 saw it. 0!fI.Y horizon Sluggishly, ,and in conscious The Tribune has the following .* I

l' effrontery the same outrage is Illinois M cc :,. Rollins, saw many other Mexicans security, wo perform'the dull montonous: duties *. We rc in possession of the name l

I '. repcatcd ver, week aflcr ,week notwithstanding Iowa, ** among the Indians, men and women, but ,civil and military of thu season. Busiucsi party who is charged with having comcM :

I ad b.." so many"rcmonstrances have. .been madu to N. Carolina, Thursday7th.. those who were grovsc invairably refused to is not yet over, and the crop of last year not cit a fraud ou the general Government, u itt t,
f the offending parties. We hope the citizens Temii.'ssee, ** leave the Indians, st-ting that thoycould go nil shipped.: The cuslotn-houso leccipts are which ho haJj obtui.icd nearly half raiHws

t' I. of Si. Augustine will take the matter in hand! home at any time if.they desired it, but that just now: adequate to meet current expenses, I dollars without n shadow "of right .nt-

""t and apply the proper ;remedy. Wo tie no A STRIKISO ILLU TKATIOS.-Tho Southern they preferred horses, to ride, and idleness n. enabling the 4'heclsof Government to move whole evidence by which ho obtained,wi
g disposition to be constructively removed a thousand : Standard-not thu one about to be raised in. mong the Indians. to work and servitude at smoothly. And yet new taxas and new bur immense sum, he is stated .to have coafese# ,

r' miles from our good neighbors' when in' Charleston-illustrates too benefits and'resultsofthaj'ndiu..ttlJfmt home.. Many of the children refused to dens, imposed upon a people nlrculytnxeJ 'was false and the Government are now. '

a l' L' Act wo reuhecoutIguous. a-uouws; .' come.and the agenUwaacompellcd to-hiruji buvond endurance, appear every week in some pdsse! jon of the infomatiorr' hicrisiprobably
: I f ":'W find'tuo above .paragraph in the Jacksonville "STaAT MULE LAWTwo. neighbors purchased -' guard for several nights 'jo prevent them from cofocr of the official gazette, as if the Government lead to the arrest of the Kullt,

I J News.. Ve have complained SO" of- a piece of I.md jointly at ten thousand! dollars absconding.Thonarnes.agcs. were afraid** the consequences of'heir tv, who i itl about to leave thu ,countnT .Nt.
Mr. North and Mr. South-Mr. South:: acts! Even'"the loyalty oi'the'ol Spaniards .. For prudeuti ,I ''
of this) irregularity that :we had resigned and residences of the .. own Europe rc-aoin wepress '!?
tea two-thirds! of the money. Mr. South 1 ; : capfive's isbeginningto waver,-:not that they love for tan thinanr: of the '
paing present
pat1!
the '
patience, os only rcmc y.1 are as follows &
purselvcs given up CUt; "
.
owns mulcs'nd he says cannot; cultivate his'land Spain the I less, because they prefer their unulicuied.
tho in which this James [tart.hged-14 Refugio,Texas I ...
Wo undmtandtthat manner without them-Mr. North gives Jlfr. Southto years ; ounce of gold. It is said that even Villanueva '

'i failure is accomplished is as ,easy as Dicks understand that ho and his children have Regina Estrada Fernando 9, ( now Jesus sick in Gusman San An- considers! tue financial situation of inn ;bland !I I II iw TO t'utt* A Cot.D.-Ofz&Jl-other JfI 1

f' is this been raised with prejudices against that ; tonio)4an, ; 10, hopeless, and that bo ,resigned in order to i i
t .. Ilat flnJTl1e process amply: t eMail sort j! Snbinas Ideld, Mexico: Jose MariavAncha 9 as of curing colds nriiiug is the most etft1r
Bag from Augustine containing all the ofanimal,and a proviso is formed against them Remares 15, San Fernando; Vidal avoid the responsibtl ty ot'eveilts which can- Let,whoever has H cold cat noihtng wbtett" :i
c by him, and be sends! some of his children who FeIippo not be controlled.The for and his cold
two days will
Ui P'
from that office is in j Gonzalez 14. S nta Rosa: ; Benito Sanlillano gone,
maif put a
matter up take (possession! of the whole tract and excludesMr. tranquility which we enjoy, is tbero. rt1 vided. he U i nut confined to bis beJ-bo"

I, : \ .f'i. 'sinfle Bap, but one being furnished by the South entirely. Mr. South a gallant! i Munos J I, TuscahH 13 Santa lIernJcJo Fe;Dias Juan 10 Armano, Sallillo;10 Andres, Chihuahua only temporary. The Spanish authorii. a will by !taking no carbon into the system by :IP4

: -' : Department for that purpose and is carried to and chivalric man, ,raised'In Virginia and this has been awake one tine morning andMiscover that their, but consumming that surplus which CU
: Dublige, [ boy so long v
dnmciled in Georgia has solemnly declared ; has departed, even without the aid of
Picolata, tnere Mr., Watson the Post Blaster with Jtbe( Indians that he has I forgotten hi* glory |I his disease by breath he soon, carries oft b
.i that ho would resist at every oC hazard and to : (!en. Lopez. It may be, as the Mexicans say,
.. resides in Philadelphia) by his Deputy-ef-'- Cleon Cruz 14, Sabinas, Idelo disease by removing; the cause. ThisJj1P l
residence ;
;
ho
:. (* the last extremity. Mr. North is alarmed- Guerreto "dtspues! da:? la Cosecba or after receipts fall found more effectual if ho adds! i" \
copiou
I Talazarl5, :Miguel Her-
:, ; ter taking out the Picolata letters and papersputs he tells Mr. Bou'h that ho will compromisewith Aburistar Anschcto 16 short! to meet current expenses; but it MUST BEbefi.e drinking to protracted tasting Uy *i e l'! !
Guerrero AJtUlero San.Ia
16 ;
board the stcam boat where it is securely him and that If one of Mr.Soulh's rcro l long. bOVL'
ilpn proposes has fasted
n
; one and
.
i -I f Fe Vienta Florea 9, Narcise Herrera X4Hiliaro the I person day nigh :
; barracks
mules should eyer'strny off and be 1 was strolling near the other
: f carried to Savannah without ever beIng Herrera EI Paso. experience a freedom froio pain, and !
) the old premises Mr. North ant.1 the idle :
found saw troopers
on dbat smoking
day
|The is officers of nes ornind, in delightful eontrast-th iMJ
opened. remedy to remove subordinate the t"olJlmandwere "
I : again Mr. South might send and take him back if The '&c. One ft.Iuw, sitting, lis'lewly on tho sill I mental and
i : : tatPicolata ail mail matter not going through he could catch him. Some of his children Major[ flrrrijl<< ;Stewart Captain Newton Capt. of a window, perceiving ine, and recognizing colds.: btupor And how infinitely physical pain C3_'tI'?I..1 .

: .. !to Savannah':from the Savannah bag and plac- might interfere and prevent it three times Steele, Lieutcuani Delunno, and me for a Yankee, gave mo a strain or two I thod of breaking up' colds, than supcrio mediclntl," ,
the which out of four and put him to as much Walker. of music, with the words "Ob! no, no quicro I "
ii 4J it ''in 'Vay Bag comes down expenseas rcciaUy. han vib'eat, poisons. .,
I ing Nottvithstandiug Iho.nigeardly conduct of I
,. : The fault rests with the mule might be worth, but Mr. South: but s'-rsoldaio 1" I could not help thinking bow I <
entirely cannot notice and
..froroPUaUca. must risk that. Mr .South gives up his land Congress, we laud the i willing he might be to metamorphose himself An old proverb writer sa'fs that "i
i
: I .tho"Department: (furuuhing an insufficiency his resolves his equal rights and other plans of thq lamented Gen. Brooke, the Fillibustero.Oiir I
nnd the into a I i who oaints, puUup a bill that she is to t4Jj .
of ,iBaM'and with the P. Mnt Picolata for trifles for tho glorious privilege' which ho energy of Gen.lIarnev. activity 'of Col. Government seems detcrm ned, not onlyto i In nine cases but often tfie arijfiw 8U .

i I ,..( a ':" 'changing(; the way matter from the Sa- had before of catching a stray muh if he Hardt-oc,nnd'the. sagacity of our Indian Commissioners. 'l put down all expeditions, but to..co-operate and she is letalonc, .. ... .,.",.. ..
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,' ; f 4 Bultlal& 1Varnlng to aU *PcrlieTho SjKGCLAR.MIsTJlKE ABOUPA ClULD.--A Liver- 'ADutclwicjower. out west, whose 'better -iii-ou '01 :: _-g ----f---- 1 1
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.. .iv&tO paper describes mistake inconnectionwith half departed oa a long journey to the spirit I
- i inmates. The proprietors of Temperance. lx: weeks after date: I shall apply In .the
'. wjng'with 'a land determined thb S
I child which occurred in Liverpool some twelve months ago, ,
__to:., ibe O melancholy t'ltaablirllmcnts-wbich,] some time since. :An Irish woman with u Mother day, to consult the "rappers," and en- I I I At a regular meeting of this. Division held <<: Hont for the Jesse county A.ot Bruth Putnam Judge, for pf!.etwr.-of thr Prosaic Administration I I Ioun

'Skeoriental tombs, ure lair without but foul child aged about, 16 months who *as aboutto 'nvored to obtain a spiritual communica- r on the 30th June,tho following ,Brothers were on* tic testate of the late Ju.tq>h U.

;..i'thio--ikro RettiiiK rich,nnd uniplifyinR heir emigrate tp America, ttopped at a lodging tion.fcvling luixiou-i respecting the futuro state duly! elcci&Lofficcrs I for the ensuing tel m : Uiles. deceased. '
comgg .JlUn.Vo have undoubted audtoritifolWhut house |n lc'gentsret mined of'his wilbr These ". l ho jt known <
1 kept by a person "rappers. Drotter R. BENJAMIN CHAPMAN. I
;. wo state. ryne.. This purl understood that the vessel were not the'genuine ""mediums" but of bogus -B. Canova W.P. May_2-lih. 1851. "

4 < 4rh' *mental phenomena or t bo present dnyare in 'ivhichi ho had taken her passag, and Onboard kin/ adventurers endeavoring" to reap'a If e 'John UsitiaV.A.. IJ t i IVOTICC. "'... It 4 : .

curious, cculinr un4 l-tuggest'ive.. The which she had placed her 'previsions, harvest out of the' late mysterious develop* -a. A. P. 'Gould.! ti. S. t ''Q iX XVeckn after date 1 shall
J Blfld of tho "uperuiivo and working classesjf would not sail bofbre the following day*. lit m nts. After the usual C ceremonies, this spirit Alexander Solana, A. R. S.. .-"i S jesse A.- Brush Judge of the Pjrobate Coon fur 1 '
healthy in the extreme-that of a large The cour e uf the att6rnoon; word ;was brought of Mrs Hauntz manifested by rapsilsjwillihgnett M t. '! the county of Putnam for Letters of Administration .
.
A. A. Bravo P. S
porlioo ufijb6 middle clan bas. been, and i is, to the lodgin house thot the vessel was about : to) converse. with her disconsolate ou the Estate: of the hie George Younv.de- )

: foafctaleof fearful excitement.. The Aristocracy leaving the dock to (frocecd to sea. This announcement : spcnlse. & s"l' ul Arnau.T? ceased.' K. R. DUKE .

h'1 '. having but little sympathy with threw tho woman into a stato of "Isb dat Mrs. Hauntz J" inquired the Dutch- "lit :Matthias R. Andrcu, C. May 2.lib, 1851.' '-

':.1 either, 1 is partially unaffected The cxhib extraordinary excitement lest she' should lose,' man. ., ,.' '** -Johfl Manucyr A.. C. ;I ., lVO'rliC''' .. ,

-"'Won keeps :alive the fruuzf of the no-popery her passage.: She accordingly! gathered her "Yes, deareflJa your own wit( % who- ** James Poncei I. S. MONTI after date I shall apply tu the --I J

ggitaiion aua hundreds lose their balance clothes .win all conceivable speed, and,having -- "You lies., you 1am levil ghosts," inturruptcd SIX Judge of Probates in and'for 1 t

.. I io the hatred of Wiseman. nude the don so, rushed into tho kitchen udd I Hauntz, starting from his seat, "mine frau Andr\V'LopczO. S. %; :the county of St. Johns for Letters of Diiciarge as .1

"" 'Admiration the"" Crystal Palace. Lunacy, seized what she conceived to be her child nnd speak nutting but dutch, and never said"tcurc ..,Thos. T. Russell P.V.. P. Executor: of the last: will anJ ie>>ianifiiiuf'I.JLC'.Y 4 -

. Ji fci consequence, abounds fo "in extent ,vithI hurried away and got ,on board tho vesselas II =st." in her life. It was always "I! auolz. you Union Division meetsregulaily: every Monday L YXE&S,late,of said county,deceased. All persons .i

r'fj out a' p.irailed. I! he press of London, in 'is 1 she was passing through ihedock gates. tief!for "Hauntz. you tirly shkamp !" und Aight al the Hall of 1119 Suns of Temperance ,interAted theiein are hereby notified ae ordiDgJy. I ..!

I; disgraceful 1 disregard of its higher duty nd- A steam_ tug instantly look, the vdsscl in tow, the''Dutchman Cobbled from the room well in charlotte street.bJlDER JOHN JACCSONCxecutor. .,

: isifluiers ;o the folly and frenzy of the bout. nn-l, brought her out to sca.-Shortly after get. satisfied thai the "rappjngtjipirits" were all .I\rril2G:;, U-6m. .- \

d Liverpool Journal. ting on board, the woman discovercdUhat in humbug, and that he: was Kflo: from any further SUPFUES.CIIOECB ; I -i

I, t her hurry*hehadf left her flwn child t'' hind, communication with his shrewish frau on GROCERIES NOTICE -
1I' *: Oatc1ay0iwn the flag ship tit an AmcrjcnnCortMtpdoro and had taken a child aboullhc same size and Ihis-earlh. u *:** IS HEI1.E'en.. tbaLsir weeks from date,
wni-lying in the Bay of Naples belonging the man at whoso house she ." ;>", 4 1 IARR is rqceitinp: per schr. Blooming I shall PJIr.to the Jud c of Probate for -

81\0. was honored -by a visit from tho kingS I age had been stay-ing. The 'woman told thepirlies 1 "-. YduthJO days from DI Limore,-quantities the county ul St. Julius, Florida: for Letters

And royAl til.mity.vitirsoite, wh-i Ctme out in in chuffce of.tho poor'poll,: the mistake! CAR nC'II EL AND OSGOOlVs of Groceries, Provisions.. JIielf Goods, andoffer of. L1mini (mtion upon the citate of the law .

eilded barcejaiidtbe. full parade of.royjjiy.ftmj I:1aic1ib.bQ.com1uht1ed1 iutnijicsted lug; thendO'' DREDGll'G 1YIACUINE.r't1II to families and\others nk\m"taD"'O: Willkiniliarvey, deceased. '. ..

Ie B3fiubllTfowcver.tHut t : "C \4 nf : ? : ;;;. .' woii ted. age Qit of purchasihfiby the. pquanfityj : E8J: W4IWL1)8 t. _
.. .. i*0fiv< >> l .r. rria : unde1gfWILb.l!: "" ,. '''= -
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: B ww nants-vpj w .w > ? ] ', he .nptedo rd'ot' '.1-of the ownl"nbt.tllf' .U' I eoom ;:" t h ,.. .Q"...,-.uw._ kune S :... _, 'j
arrai woman ,. get l1.do _ _' _- '_- ._-._ _.-.1._ _.._... !
the 'uJ'4tho mariners presented | her-cmld, they ,relussod to tulcejf. and Banter' U eaUt lu Contracjori Companies, or J .'ltlll Sr 4Sbbls: LttiO Iccgs do, 3 buds 11flfl! do JX WEEKS:' '
: from dte-! shall
Ir ItLLlIdcIOdrorth a roj-al salute: and xKc Shoulders 2'do7accnt 25 bbls POrk '3' do S apply IG
guns \Jho1 Pyne e is now oh his' Way to New YorJcThc who.re about.doing. work of CuUowlaialmnp-. 'tub.lJ"notnbte
'
wulromcd his to the hlf Judo r Pro1nato..Qf 8t. ,
commodore guests { child L left behind is.female... OD.Tiz. v Mackerel 2 do Herring, 6 bbls F. M. Beef John
. the bcfiltiog an Marshes, and tu- 50 50 do Count 1or l letters of dmiijis'tI1ti9q9 -
ter-dtfckwilh politeness Extensive drainage of Swamps, boxes..Soap, Candles 23 bgs Cotter; i
<< rank. Z* THE Tuntisn COSTUME \VSI ($GTot-'A gar Plantations. 40 tierces Rice 30 bbls Pilot Bread, '5 boxes the Estate ofIcdro Cucif cio dec ased,-' '

One of the suite a sppdla.mnktnnd) g Ht; display thefTurkish costume (so called) wa Building Levees around Plantation or Towns, I Oranges,5 Lemons, 5 bbls Lamp Oil, 300 JOHN PONTANE. ,

dily atlired'Neapolitans, strayed away from made fur the first time publicly, in Wasnington Opening Channel. way nnd removing Bob at the I bbls Flour, 50 bales hay. 800 bushels Corn, __June_____:28lh___!_,_1851__! _____ _____ __ ____G-6wks._ _____ __ ___ I t ti t
S the p rty,'! nd cruising, abouupidships:espied city,on Saturday evening;on Pennsylvanin mouth of Rivera and Harbors. 200 do Oats 53 bgs Bran, 10 casks Porter Estate of Dr. Andrew Anderson de
.a lttndlJail;un object he had never seen boloro.'As nvcnue. The Republic says : Making Canals through awaipp* .marshy or sanJy ,10 baskets=:Wine,5 hhds Sugar, fit kegs Nails, I f.

ItIIAI it was full expanded by the air, ho took it "The wearer wa a young lady: ngedjippnrcntly grcunj. 100.sacks 8..11.10 bbls Crackers 50 bags Hhot, ceased.. 4 ,
. ; (ota pillar, and Aiding II'H armi learned ngainst about fourteen )'en(8. Tiio dre3s wad Deepening water around! \Wharvei: and Piers.-; and,Hit- dozeifBroom9, 10 chests Tea, 5 hhds Tobacco Notice is hereby given, that in thirty'days from

. ': it, when it yield to his weight, and, ho extremely fanciful and was something like Keeping open channel way through Lakes 5 ceroons Tobacco, 10 boxes Cider, hereof I will apply to the Court ot I

disappeared below heels, over head with a this: The trovystjrs were made of deep pink vers flouts; removing.of Trees,Rafts or snnk.'u Dogs* waring up and other articles in like quantities, nt wholesale much Probates: of the ofSt.Real Johns Estate County, for leave to self so : I f\
etc. of Da.
\ ; that was actually rnirvellous a* wash satin covered with white figured lace full and ANDEREWV AOTCXso.t. -
velocity. To persons desirous,pf improving waste Lands: br and retail. 13. E. CARR. DECO. as will be sufficient to DaY the debts and ,. .r1
';:: !. escape from any injury. Tho mishap drawn at tho ankles from which ,frills of white drainage this machinne can be recommended as tbe June, 28th, 1851 liabilities thereof and in mon'tit' from thin date ;

r"1. chaced to have only ono Witness Tliis was, n laco fell on "bite kid boots. Thu tunic fairly' bnly one adapted to all the purpose necessary" .._------ -- _--- -- _____ ._- I will apply the said; Court tjx for niy'final dicharge, a*, J' \ : ;;.:

*1 veteran tar, who.. approching the qu\: rter-d'ck. reached to the kncss. This=:likewise. of mete- To those who are building or repairing Canals or NOTICE TO TRAVELER Exec&trix of said estate.CLRISSC. ... '.t! ; .

I( and,toudlin) his bafsald respectfully, **I beg riils similar1 to those of the trowsrs, Around drains it, will be found of immense valu*, as It)will ANDERSON, Eir cutrix. .J ? j
i ;pardon, immodojje but rw of them are king the hem nf tho skirt was a quilling of Pink deepen the Canal and at the same time form an embankment "1 April d G 6D1. 1 '

i- : 1t feU duwn the Mm&'DlJy.-Oliw Branch. riband. The sleeves were full and ,tight at or levee. -

; j I/'THE' FAMILY OPPOSED TON'KWSPA- tho wrists. Frills partially covered the white This machine is used with either horse or steam Administrator* Notice. '. t

PEUS. *. kidded hands, in ihq right: which Was a largi power which can be Increased to any extent. # ,.. SIX Months after the date hereof I THOMAS ','
"1 uid! bcautyful fan. .111',' < front hair was braiiltd They are now in successful operation in all part. the .): ;:GLA.S, administrator of all and singular the .1>.,
The man that don't take his county paper und turnrd back. On her head, was a roll : county,and may be seen at Charleston,South Car- < goods and estate" which were Robert Hutchinson .. ,, '4
,1 was in town yesterday lie brought bis olinia Navy Yard, Pensocola and the Canal between i senior deceased at the time of
turban of pink silk white luce. A brilliant ; ; on N ORDER to livt and lot live tho his death; shall: apply ; ,
',: whole family in a two-horse wagon* lie 'front of it the barrels of Galveston and San Louis. J prico to the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for St. .t .oi.
ornament ,
in clashed of Fam nnd
;, thought: tho MNc\r Constitution" bud been white feathers with red, which By application to J, S. sjECOR Esq.. our Agent Rtttffe to from ,Picolata on andafterlatofuf Johns County in the State of Florida fi.r. final settlement ,
two tipped
,;:;: Adopted and was rejoicing because no rnore.aailrouds waved she tvalk'd, somewhat nt Mobile for the'States of Alabama and Florida July 1851, wil be Two Dollarsfor of my accouut3; and for a final' discharge from 1 1. :

r..: turnpikes or bridges could be embarrassed gracefully with a at male fi tend supposedtoliuhur drawing of the nnchinc cat be set a, with information Person. and., Trunk. I the Administration :aforesaid. ''7' 1. ,
built. lie still believed Gen. 1 aylor war and as to the cost,etc, F. BRIDIER. THOMAS'DOUGLAS. \ ,. .
President, anti wanted.. to )know if the.! father. .Two companions lady I July ltb'1851:! June. 23th 26-4ts. Administrator.: ..

'. "'Knm ebntkiant" had taken Cuba, nnd sold gentleman followed m the>rcur. The ludy.il GILBERT & SECOR, New York. Sl. Augndtine, April. 12th. 1851. >\ ,
S i ii sail, resides in this District ADAMS & CO'S -_ f S.. .
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: his corn for 25 cents( the pricu being 3l,)- .. .
but going to dc pusitu the money tho "There' were not',very many persons on the Irish Dud cotcli'.Wlilkey. Notice is hereby given to all whom it may"inter- l .
I .: toW upon him I it was mostly counterfoil the only avotfitcnl iho time' ot the display; but those SCOTCirALE,
bills b<'ing on .latu "Bank of Cir hjville. I wJLoVcro: availed th nieI vcsot the opporiun.-; : )', and Port Wines, Champagne estate of Francis P.Sanchez,deed having such administrator '" i -:
genuine-
C'; ".. Tho only hard ho hadVI ty to luke a good J look ul the lady _ami the lJrantly,Ilullaud (:Jin, Monongohrla \Vhibkt'Y,aStOr the control management of real estate 4.f ,
\ 1; money I costume, both nf ivlu'chjAvcro pruuouncrd duj ted Wines, Liquors.CoidiaU.&c., fur sale by in Florida the property of infant heirs of said estate' j ;
lliow
-ami sohi'u
some throe cent pieces, 'j cidcdjy pretty." Ft-b9( IV. 1';. CA make application lo the Judge of the Circuit Court of >
"harpt had "run on him" fur half dinvs : the Eastern Circuit of FI nida. at the next Term of 1

.; Ills old l lady smoked n "cob pipy" and 1 I ;;; -TiT Comity of SI. Joht- in Afconat Current with I.. C.'Zyl tra 1 Cr. NEW YOR"K said Court to beholden at the City of St. Augustine '

J wuuld Kit believe that uuyihiii' rba\ coufir I II .... .. ,- ., _. ,.._ I in and for the County of St. Johns for authority to- J .
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I r;; :; be usiitl. Ole of tho buys wunt to a black 1850. 1850. ASDnfmv ) sell said Real Estate.

: smith's bhop to bo iuoit ureii for n piir of (.Nov.' :t l's iamount p.iid; P. C. ZylMr7i Nov. 1. Ry amount on hand per last OUEXPRESS. BJ % PETERBENET.,
J anytbur nllxtouk: tho niirk t Imtisuchurchr \ Ancillary Admin
boots, an turnished tho Account Current, 29 22 8ULrtor.'
for btiiionary! .
3Vfter hanging his hat Si. Augustine,April Slh. 1851.
on a .
jr A -

'. 't '''bc/.ak. Jitf; '}MtIjt, <
u ct'f..'statlatM' Iet'd4titn: dleP"K.'Cr, IUnUrl!,S it"\" r *+ .*. :-_:.' ,4 It 57 '- "andI! C Kvlsfrn/113: Tru- tees (,f lff.18 &i9"VnJrst. 'I lq whom he took to I 1- preacher. Jilc left te* Florida / 00' (flzsur'Kuni
4 UI ountud( : R. ft. Cnnovn Uwval Arch ChipkrNo.2. 150 :39 Main 8t.; lklrtfordCg. o JJS,Jatd'ofSr
: fore "fhcetiti was .'lot" tiii'! hnd no ;giom; *' for atttdttnCt us Sheriffs days(2) 10 00 amniint from It. 6. Canova, on 56 Stole St., New Haven, C,. Johns, deceased,as creditors,heirs,legatees,or'otherr-..',

:: opinion ut the "sanninl"" One of took a Itll of Cefll .,won % to the post ullkc rcpairs.nf Sebastian Dndgc, (3) 143 00 I Pennsylvania Av., Washington. scriber within two years from the date hereof or they :
: Irado them for 1 llcr. S'.i" had a L ,lJ\ will be forever barred. And indebted to the
to fur 7 Fourteenth persona
\: amount paid S. ,Manucy, st., Richmond, Va.
which she carried in a '.iuur; trough, si p. 1 printing,. (\) 25 00 'H : : Washington St., Bust n.Nc.v -' ebtate: are required to make immediate payment. '.
it the si nlk. years 1 BRIDIER
1. ping at times to rock on COMMISSIONS.On : 72 Camp St.- :Orleans.JVOTMCE Administrator.
When it cried sho siuflud its mouth with Jin Sepi. 1J,18i0.: .j'
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211-2 i icent. \ '
received at
180 per .
.A '
t old sock: and sang -Barbura Allen. The I MJOTIGE' is ,
4 50 ''I., TOPdSSBSGBllS, Jereby given, ,to all persona ;
c oldest boy had toM! two "01011 skius" uitdwot 180 disbursed at 2 1.2 I' : m having claims against the Estate of Stephen. .
.. "bust." When I ut seen he had J Arnau deceased
on a 4G6' 9 1CBalantiTduc ; either as creditors legatees; or .' .
: called for a glass of noda water and :stood percent. the County' 13 49 ;, I "" distributees of said Estate; that ,the same must be ;

r soaking ginger brcnJ and making wry faces. 4 presented within iwo years from Ihs: dale,or ihey ..'.
... ,mistaking his bad 4 will be by law forever afterwards barred. .... i
- The shop keeper meaning 8209 22 .. Nand after the 10th,Jay of June, the day of departure >_ t
of xla,and .. \ I O PAUL ARNAU
: given him a mixture su-s< water .. .-' of the steam packet. Admialstralor.. 11' ..
and it tasted strongly of soap. But "he'dlic has this been examined and Sr.Augujiine.Slst May 1851. r
" I that.the foregbing account of the Treasurer day passed .
t rm tell of soda and water and was bound*' certify and tha; there is'Q' balance. duethe, Count thirteen dollars' and forty nine cents=- MAGNOLIA NOTICE is hereby given that I will, as an heir 4-

:- to give it a fair trial, puko'or co puke. i c, HUMPHREYS Judge of Probate, and CAPT. P. McNELTY, ',six weeks after date apply to '
I Some *town feller" came in and celled for Ex-o icio. President Board C. C.st.Auguti'ie From Savannah to Palalka will be TUESDAY, the Judge of Probate,of St. Jonas County for Letters '

lemonade with a -fly in it.,, whereupon our June 6, 1851.'f arriving SATURDAY connecting with. the Administration de boat Don; upon the Estate 1:
: friend turned his back aud' quietly Steam of Diniel Hulbert late
1. "soaped" Ships senr. of said County !
.II fiies into his d Jllk. ---------_-.-- 4
wined several FLORIDA AND deceasedJAMES HULBERT.SsU '
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE ALABAMA
,.. Wu anprochod the old gentleman and tri;d Executor 1I Notice. EASTERN (; New Augustine, 7th June. 1851, 6wks JI< -
York.
to 'him to ""subscribed" but ho wouldDot date I intend to apply to STATEOF FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURTOF For She will continue to (leave on _ _ _ _ _ _ I I.
. get;: Tuesdays .
FourVecll8after of Putnam county for an Ihroughdut she ear, ,
,:: listen to it. JJe was opposed to "infernal LAWRE CC ANDREU, jIf
ST. JOHNS COUNTY.
$ improvement," and he thought Harnin order decree for the sale of the foU.wing described Carrying the United States mail, DRAPER AND TAILOR. :\
t tract ot land or so much ihereof-shall be necessary L\CHANCDRY. For Freight Engagements or Pasjag .
*
inwcntion and having
wicked culliwalcd,
was a werry of assets for the superior CURNEU! OF CHAIILOTTE ST.UD .TK ASU& UfS. -
,. e and wcxation." to supply ihe deficiency personal ) accommodations, State Rooms, &,c., apply to the 1,
' nothing but wanity of the just and lawful dt'bts of Joshua: Hick- David L. Palmer, surviving partnerof board WOULD RESPECTFULLY inform '' ,
toFERNANDEZ
Circlcntle IferaU.8LNGULLx payment the firm of Palmer &*ferris. Captain. on or -
: man deceased to wit : One tract of Two Hundred ,( the Citizens of St. Angvstine-
and Fifty acres purchased by said ;Joshua Hk kman vs. BI3BEE & CO., and the adjoining Covnties, hat he
: Acctpsrr-Noss. I.ofr AND RECOV- of John M. Bowden, and called Spring (Jrote.- [ Hannah Loring, Admrs. Reuben ,. OtClOZUt. Agents,at Jacksonville,or to has constantly on hand, a well selected

XBCD.-A servant girl )unusually pleasing The other tract purchased: of William Gardiner Loring deceased, Charles Loring, M. A.v COHEN, I stock of the best French Eng&hv '

! personal appearance, living in the fumih of containing: one hundred and fifty acres, and called William W. Lbring, Frederick Lo .'. J Agent at Savannah.- and German Broad Cloths Cassimeres : '
i 0 Clark, Dentist, on Sunday: evening,25lh Lintern, situate on Lake George In said County,of ring,Elizabeth Nnnes and Albert Nu-' and Vestings,
Savannah 3
ulC: accidentally thrust her bend through a which all persons interested 'mil take notice.. nf'.,her hosband. June 1851 make to order in the )

I j glass( door completely cutting off the larger WILLIAM: II 1C KM AN. Executor %T APPEARING to the Satisfaction of the CT: TmV. Steamer will have Jacksonvill for _,_ ,?_ .able manner,'and

. of her nos- After tno lapso of sumo JosiICA IIlCKVAN, deccnred. JB Court, by affidavit,made in this Cause, that the Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING, nt 7 o'clock dating icrms: Also, that haying -

mlnutos portion the piece was found adhering to thebrokcn' July 12th 1851. t Defendants, Charles Loring. William W. Loring, until further notice I < communication with the First Houses
Frederick Loring, Elizabeth Nnnea and Albert A. June7. no 37 York he will! have the
,1 It was immediately placed """" j I line in New .
glass. r> PROSPECTUS} THE Nun ", her husband-"side'beyond the Jurisdictionof Fashions from that City and from t
. in its proper portion by Dr C'. tand so held "MARION STAR." this Court, out of the Stat of Florida, but in the FLoI1DA HOUSE FOR N. B. Cutting and repairing done on
could be when
until adhesive plaster obtained,
United States: notice.
it was secured as circumstances would permit. Tho MAROt STAR will be devoted, to the It is therefore Ordered that the Said Defendants, RENT. Nov. 9.1850. ,

At 'tho expiration of about two weeks, rights of lutf South ,the Constitution and the Charles Loring, William W. Loring. Frederick TUB ABOVE well known Hotel in 4-
..
the ''plaster was remoaod the operation Union. Loring Elizabeth Nones and Albert A NUDes,her ...; the City of fit Augustine, being in perUMlifecU Executrix's Sale. f
'fi; .. .
found' triumphantly. successful; ana. Dow Tho/uruZoawntaJ. principles" of equality' .andjustice. husband do,appear .n4 answer the BtU.of.Complaint s er, is .fur rent for,one or more permission of the-Iloa. the.(; :
( Juno" 18) there can be observed mom: which tho Union is based must Filed in this caaseywtthin Four 3Ioaths7ot,diV ycarswith or without the furniture.' : BY St.Joho County, will, be sold,:
deformity than would be caused by .u slii-lu: Upon and said Bill will be taken as confessed against them. A. U. COLE. House in the city of St. Angusiio on
Constitutional interest
scratch Atter tile operation Dr. C. ',consulted bo upheld-tho maintained rights the, ,And it b further ordered that publication of this Juno 14th, 1851. 7th- ds'y'9rJuly, 185 J.'at 12 o'clock,
an eminent surgeon wkj remarked :! of the SouUi must bo or j order be made in some Newspaper published within ing Real Estate, belongingto the sufficient'i

'l that all had been don-J that was necessary best Government on earth will fall beneath: the Eastern .Circuitonee.. week consecutively for Dr. Andrew Andersondeceasedto: wit

Lut that he had no confidence that the parts.would the deadly blows of Northern Demagogues' Tour Months. -'TIIOSr-DOUGUS. Judge. NEGROES- A lot or parcel of about twenty .acres.
: ( .
: : ever unite. The tibovo is m-ido public and'fanatics.: I A true copy from :Minutes of Court. I have for sale two Families of jinl rate House ated on the West side of ( :
that all know the effect or promptness The time has arrived when .party politics P. B. DU JAS. Servanls. A. !!. COLE. it is'bounded on the East,and being<
) may should bo hushed nr the South will fail lo pres- Clerk C'.C. 8t. Johns County. 1851.NOTICE the Court House in'the"city of St. Aagus
Dr. C has tho June 7ih -
in similar cases. gratIfication 'her encmioswhicli,is 4mo.-no27 road which the S
has ent that untied front to so July 5, 1851. .- South l>y she crosses
face
of knowing that a human life. essential to Jjjp maiatainanco of. her institu is hereby given, that I will, six West by die marches of the Sebastian ;
saved from for
been disfigurement! Mrs. Hannah Smith and the'B
tion. M YOR'S OFFICE, > r this date ; P'present to the Judge'of North by
JVV. .Y Jour. nf Com. Wherever a foe< or a traitor to Constitutional .- Crrr or ST. Ave VSTINE. 5 Probates of St. Johns County ; my accounts as Geiger, deceased, being,the Markland
.. Freedom and Southern Liberty presents Executor of the Estate of John Le/ingdton. late ,of tate. "
Ii aid to his brother At Meeting of the CUT Council .. lot ofgrojin4-jn aid ,
I wish a Virginian himself whujher hobo 3Vhig or Democrat we a said county deceased for trtllement and allowanbeandi ALSo' ,--\ city
hundred of this City,held tirs day by a resolution of the Anilfery Lane South
resident in Ohio, to emancipate onn aloud and no/" hall at the same-time ask from said Judge the North by :
ttla'Ves, and I desire you totake them to Ohio." will "cry spare of our shall be devoted Board, the Mayor was authorize to otTet a rewardof Letters of dismissal from my Executonship! of said street ; West by St. George street ; and ,
.4 I cannot do it. replied the brother the A largo portion paper Fire Hundred Dollars for the apprehension and Gould and Mcs.S. P. Anderson, .
to Literature Science Acriculturcxhe Arts conviction of the perwft who made an ttempt to Estate roudfof said 'Lots &s will be ?
Or
citizens of Ohio will not allow me 'fo bring JOSEF A STRISCIIKA, Executor. so i \
hundred slaves them t. settle; and general news of tho day. And no pains set fire to the dwelling house of Cot J. H. AZcI- of John Levingslon; deceased |I'"'y the debt.of snKI Estate. On each of said Lou \
airong
one will be spared to make the "Marion SiodMn TOSS on the night o/ the 18th instant. suitable and commodious boildings.Cortditions .
art
. but do you tako them Wheeling:, and there respect worthy of the patronage orfnepublic. In c'znpliancewith said resolution, I hereby offer April 12Ui..'-ar 1851. .. -Cash. J& -1
i. 'tplaCO them on a tileamboat for Cincinnati, every a reward of FIVE HUN RED DOLLA ltd for the -G."rdlml1'.lIoUce. C. C. ANDERSON. i'

; and speak of laltm* them to New Orleans; '. D. McCRlMMON!. apprehension and coatkUon said incendiary. otic-a 1a Lt'rrby given that six montba ir'm Executrip
St. 3/ay j.
. and while you are looking out it or another J, A. ANDREWS'& Co. pub. A suitable reward will also be given for any Information .N the Grit publication hereof I will.ppl to the ., Augustine. :3Ist,1851._ f,' '_

. boat givo: the chance,and the abolitionists will '. that may lead to a discovery of the individual 'HOD. the Cuun.of Probate of iJt. Joltu County'for -iitbbnge4, Potatoes' Apple-Onion I
KAofc oOm been concerned therein. Guardian of M clQ*l. ITuloniana, ,
steal tit* and run them off nnd Choice Grocerlea.A or Individuals who may hare my discharge cr'hooner Cipsey, now land, choice article
r 'then celebrate perfect Uiumph over them.JJutifyOu FINE lot of Batter, 'Lard Cheese, assorted I Given under my.Band at the City of 'St. Augustine Edward iiI Francis. Papy,Minor Ilejrs, of Michael P V.g'-tablea: awoned'.Pean,
I : take them to the same men and ..L Crackers Hams'Bacon! ,Fish,, Smoked Bee I ; the 19th day'ot June, ISSI.I aud Maw-B. Papy. Deceawd. ,CaM>a7* tt>irrig: and tnnchObinns! Hay,Oat Cora ;\,
them to receive and tajco care of them Market I I I' i ; 5, E.D. GOU D, Mayor. -. GASPER N PAPY, Guardian.
ik and Fultoa Pecff f ;I Beans., Rke,fur eale at Whokial orreta4; ,.,1 ,
- tell you Urtakc care of them )'ourI ,. t etA1.\ ,4 0. BjCARRL 7 S1."Aa. :.. ne, Apr/1 4th, 1651. Goj"4 c ct. l2Iq. j iI. E.: AK..,
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iSiumett ,. For the county of Dural, at j j : Plantation*, Wild Laud .:PlorIdaLafllI4tgCICVt. JT.ATTORNEY. MeflobertUaker. (r
; ,Masoli <<.ul. On St. .George Street, north of fourth Monday: of May. ,I Vc. in Dnit Florida. I UE undersigned as Agent, tur the respective $. COUHSELLOR \ I !

,' I ( ; the Public! Square and one door north of the Mcih\ For the. County ot St. Jobn'a, undersigned as A gent f the respective pro..' T proprietors offers for .ale.on exceedingly rea
: : I : ,.list Cliurcb. ..- onrhesecondMondayin' June. I prietors, offers for sale the following lands: ,to able terms the following lands among which are sonic JACKSOSJILIE E, FLA* ,

: I i Florida Home. On Treasury. Lane, North., of i TALL ttSM. t That well known and extremely valuable plan of the most valuable Cotton, Sugar: and Tobacco Wat practice in"the Court of the Eastern! Cireuit ,

':" : i tHcPubKo tfquar For the counties of Orange: and ; called the Bulow Plantation at the -bead of 'land in the State. iu !f4'Dilton county of the Middle Circuit i in Benton; ,

k' City Hotel. On'Charlotte and Bay Street a few ciorethe fini Monday of River formerly occupied and planted'by tbef IN THE ARREDONDO.GRANT.AiacmjA /'ULjhorough counties of the Southern Cirfvlt,in

j )'jjoora outh.East of the Publi Square/ Forthe. county.of Putnam', at ( J.:,Bulow with force of 300 hands, suitable I j f 'Coo.vrv. the Supt% P Court nt Tallahassee'! and tReJ[nited -
: : ; .TUnifrt Hotel. 'On Charlotte' Street: and Treasury Tuesday before the first Monday Sugar and Cotton, and advantageously loca- j 11,14,15,22,23.24.20,27.! States Dii>t..ct Court for the Northern District. : of .
Sections
lb: I *' Liiif, north oflh. Public Sqaare, annexed to iLel* | For the county of St. John's navigable waters, It lies upon the coast'abont ,I I T9R". ;" 18 ; 238101112131422. "Florida ; and,will prosecute claims against the United .

',. ',1 .FloriJa. House. .. inNovember.- '. i,I miles south of Sr,Aunstine, and contains about In 9, 19 ;r. 34,35 30, 18,21, 17,27,5, States before tenures* and the o..plnWtDtsitV1Jb. *

; : I I BOARDING HOUSES. I For the county of Nassau acres. *+- \.x I : 'Vr,. 11. Reid. On Charlotte Street', neat the third Monday of November.: f : ,tw8 thousand acres adjoining the last: described G. O. located at Ja xsonville/or! life, he will give
*' 22 QO 27 28,29,:30, 32,
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19. ,
tuarracks.
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; Forthe county of Duval'on [ being the Pellicier Grant in Graham's swamp. ; bis entire and unremitting attention to his profirai ion< ,
Mitt Fetlo. On t. George Street, a few doors November. v i I the Sprocef Creek Plantation, containg 999 i' 33,34. f $ and all business entrusted to his care shall meet with

,. oath of the Court House and Public Square For the county of :Marion on suitable for Sugar.culture, and near to naviga In -4lbl ; 15.19.20,21,22,23,29 prompt attention.

) I G. N.Popy. Oil Bay street, ctrner of Bay and December. > about 70 miles south of St. Augustine, near .. 'I \ 23'lOHl'l5,22.23 323334. St. Augustine August 31. 1850. '
Gardea Lan ., > I> "', In "MO 18 i 2G, 27, "
i** For the cc-Miea: of Alachua &lyrn3 .J**' -J -d. -
DOCTORS. on-lMonday in December. the"Mount Oswald Plantation on Halifax .:: V 343536. Tax Collector's Hale. 'r'

) Ooet. F. Wtedan. Office at hUi Dwellio g Ilottte Forthe county of ,- about 50 miles south of St. Augustine near the In i9 "h9 ; \\".. 7, 8, 17, 19, 20 30. BYv virtue of the power vested in me by, law. r .

., : on Bridge Street. in December. fprmerly planted in Sugar by the late Geo. An i In",10..20 ; 13, 14, 16,28,2g. \ expose for sale before the Court House
,\ \ .Doct.John E. Peek. Office on St. George Street", I The U.S. District Court at ; and!now the property. Joseph Lauton,con, In 10 21 ; "\ 1. 2a3, 4, 5.6.7.8.9.10.1l. door in the city of SU-Augustine 011 .ihe.: first Moo-
V doors North of the Court House. first Monday in April.ROUTES ; 1900 acres. 'V 12.13.1.,15,1822.26,31.; day of December nexTthe follow-in;:* described

,.. :r DRUGGIST: TtiE TR& 1000 acres south 'of New 'Smyrna in Turn- In 10 22 ; \"6,113,19. land or so much ,thereof aj: will pay ihe laxrs tractof

T.C.Zybfra. Chemist and Uraggest North East swamp being the north half of the Rosette In" 11" 18 ; .24. I. thereon due the State and County for years 1849 'A/T
I tilo Public the middle bauu. In" 11" 19 1,2,9,11,13. 14,16, 17, 18 '
Square, opposite FROM timbered andl&amairigation. ; anti 51, to wit :
,forty:"thousand acres on the St. Johns River .-ag 212330. 5OO acres second rate land above! I head Nona *
1't,1,20,2324E12 of25
i LAWYERS., From Charleston to New Lake George aD.Likej\Ionroe. consisting In" 11 20T River ljife in sections 19 ;Inll 2J: .town.':.;p I,
: E. B. Gould. Counsellor at Law-office. on Ar- 31-3 oMock. si, B/ Steamer pine, hammocirand'timbered lands in va I 27,2d,33:: N f-2of 36rn"ll"2l 29, said tract of fire hun .ccd acres 'fj r- vrnto rIDge p>. -*$
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,illery Lane. z'iile.-By Railroad Weldon tract r: ., ? ; dro Cocifacio. ,

B. A. Putnam. Attorney and Councillor'William ., tcmburg G3.-To Richmond 22.- :3000 acres in Alachua, county suitablefor! '"19.20.21,27,23,29,30,33.\ Unless taxes arid expenses. arc. r ; ; > i. .. ,!l II., _
I ',tLaw;omcew4colita; Itm 1.. to Washington or Su ur. s 35,36. I of sale. .. ..
1 ) .. A. For.toSri: .Alj ir.*t Lw aDd So- 7J.-rBjiSuamer Balre!! 40.-To( : Philadelphia I COO acres in Colambfa! County good pine I In ",11" 22 ; ,.!' 6. 1, 19,30,31 R D. CANOPh, i1f'I.J !(
ctr4 'r 87:t.T tAl 41itia ute 771- mti"*. ; 'tL ',.. .. 1Ij'izi .. ..
CovTt4 .
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eSooth'Wing of be Court House. f 820."'" ; for terms, particular, &c. to ,, .'!-- ato" JU1\t: 3i18M'! -r : :; ; ;
i.. l Qetrge R, Fatyitnkt. Attornfy and C6un Uo{ al ,. .. > GEO. R.FAIRBANKS, In".12 ".,18: 1 ,3,10,11,12,14,15 s,. '
".. The "Southerner (Steun l ,; Co '. 2. C, 11, 12, 15 16, 18. 19. "I ax toilcctor: Sale. -
I iwf-oft1ee fo the;Courtlions-. .. the Agent for the purchase and sale of Lands, In"13LMigr! ; s
every tenth day after 1 20,21,22,23,24. .. .. Y virtue of fie powtfr vested in ,
of Resident Taxes -
.., It 3 Payment Non ,&c. ; me by law J
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: PUBLlS OFFICr.5 Thr in ptf hours. Fare (&ate> ; Augustine. Feb 22, 1S50. In 1220 ; E 3-4 of 1,..3,5.S: 7' 9. 10 shall expose( for sale!:before .ha Cuur House.
to,
From Charleston
It -'I' i 11,14,16,17,18,22,21. i door iq the city of :Augustine, the first
P9ttOff.ee. G. E. Llambia*. Post Master w- on Mont
leaves Charleston every other : "\ lIC! T-Y Cuj PERI'ETUITYT 1 2:1: 4 15, I dayf December: n..xr. the .
;I r ard' brildinlr8 K.: buildirig* Market square. in CO houri. Fare ID' J2" CG. 6'2k3'; 1. following described trait
1 Surveyor f. M.-through I 8900000. of land or.fO much thereof n, will th! <'
I Surveyor Gf titrate Office. B. A. .Putnam From Charleston to Nttf- 21.22,23,24.. \ pny taxes there
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General. nn Hoxpilit Street,comer' of Artillery at 10) o'clock A. :M. Dy _?.G.. Hl: MUTUAL fclFE INSURANCEOF : u 12" 22; ; 0,7,18,19.. \ on', due the- SiateinJ_- County for'yaw llf. '$n- -. .
., ?Lane and J[" *V.lt111 Strict.L Georgia Uailroad COJJI'ANY ., GEO. R. FAIRBANKS* )l. to wft : 4' ,

f L*.d Office. --.-- Register miles.-Dy Macon and Western Railroad: NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL, St.. AugnstineFeb.' 16, 18SO. \ 1 65acres of secon.I rate "hnJ. nerlifa 1 of :\h- \..
,of Public Land*-ofiW in the Court U use. 35. ETAccumulated: }Fund NOT.1st. 1849. 8900I. ,-' .: ce*'creek, sotitii! of St. AufuMiir*. .yi-ij ;a !h'C'; n4 '
Opolaka: -By :
Court Stage to ItErl.'I .. 2.1! find 2), tuwiiaiipd. ri'L-: 3fi) .
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: Tko. Ti Ruwll. Receiver, office i it 65 Steamer to 3Juhile 33 000securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages WJHLESAiE41)CHOICE 4 t
I -By
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: J K, .4Ibusi'.. J' 'f< Total distance estate In this? city and Brooklyn and storks SUPPLY.SCHR. \ S.Ii'! tract: -..vajirtnuJ < i'. J F&t.: 1'11.1 :: n- '
) officeS 166. 1,006 GROCERIES-SPRI i3'' 'nIV cali..1 th.lu, i.it'PJ:'" ,), ;.'. ". ,_ .
K Judge of rr &dtt. (G. Humphrey's Judge. State and City of New York and United .' : w .
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Fare 8.39.30.From, from New York is tU-! FLFutioar i '. ., : '.. .jbefe .':
ia the Court uo". 0 .. Government. .. HALL 8 days 1.1 r:;: .X 'n x" ". :: Peter B. Dumai. Clerk' Circuit Court" office in Charleston to X / fund is rapidly increasing by a widely- exten charging. We offer the following List aa cuinpri8bgour \ the d..}' ,'.t'r, : sa.c. .., ';
,* the Court lIouse."j\ daily at 9 .\. M. By Steamer to and business. 1 assortment.Ve solicit a col!. Ariiciea -. \ R U. CANO-.Y. ,lur;r ur "ex-oa:
prosperous
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: 5; '. fFfel B.Canoea. 'Sheriff and Tax Collector,ofv -Dy Central Railroar' to .'/ Company declared a dividend of profits of fif-- warranted. and liberal discount to''tke TraJein original \ Ta.x.V \jJlJr .i..1 Ctl13cr. s. j. L. ,_ 1
rice in the.Court House. road to Barnesville 40.-By < percent on all existing policies on' the 31st packages. May 3l6t. 1851. -' -
"f Collector of Cuitoms .1ohQ\I: Hanson,'office, By Railroad to :Montgomery C5. 1848. 1'EAS-YCung Hyson, old do., Twankly Gunpowder \ _- '

t 1 .* Planters Hotel. (F -1 bile 331.-To New-Orleans divided Imperial, Bohea Pouchong Souchong. Tax: Collecttt6ale.
,1 Inspector tof Cuttamt. Ora Howard, OffiCe in miles. Time 77 hours. Fare839. the' Profit arc among SUGARS & :,,-Refined Loaf crushed do ; Musco! B> Y virtu\of the power vested in me by Jaw v

f I eward Buildings, Market quarts MISCELLANEOUS tile Insured. vado (bright 0 Liquorice Paste; Rock Can.ly; shall expose foe .sale before the Court House
; ',1. I. H. Bronton. Judge U. 8.. Court Northern % Distances. nremiums are payable in cash annually sem- West India ilolasse ; Havana' Honey. door in the city\>f Srt'AlIglI rine on the firat Monday:

i'I ,:l i ,District of Florida office in the Court House. To .Athens 7a., 221 in. ) or quarterly, interest being added on the COFFEE&c.-Java:: **Green; do. ground Chocolate; of December. ne. (, the following described tract of .

i $ Oi Fairlanit.. Clerk U. S. Court, office m "Chattanooga Tenn., 443 payments. prepared Cocoa.c. land or as much: thereof;?* will pay the taxes thereon

j the Court House. j I| "ColumbaS. C.. 130 cash principle adopted by this Company se- C A fLECommon, "Sperm, and Tallow ; and due the! State nn.I,, County fi>r years I I19., O "oJ

S a t ,I Deputy Marthal. Ge brjje I. Zehnbaur. office in "CamdenS.C t ,. 142 to the parttra for whose benefit the insurances Wick. '51. and allwce.4sary-\ezptusea incident thereto, to :

I ;" '.th' Court Houpe. ;.', J j i l I 'IIamburjj, S.1C. 13fi effected the!:whole 'of the advantages without SOAP. Shaving ; white Denied ; variegated. do ; Dud wit : \ ....
"I' j i "MemphiiTeiiiu., 740 them jo the heavy drawback of accumu- Brown. 52 acres of 2d rnt\ land being: a half of the
1 1.1 i ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT I Pawenjjers for ri'.lier of th' premium notes. TOBACCO Plug-16s and 18*; Covandi.-h, LaJits Red J/nuae Branch tract about three miles N W

; '! .C l" Jame* R.Ilanham. Ordnance Store keeper. Charlwton!' daily, by S. C.' .\ may e.fleet insurance on their own lives Twist paper 1'bbacco.l\Iacaboy' SQUI!, Scotch do; from the city of Augustine ami purchased by Delea

I ; 1 flice on St. George street, a few doors South of A. N.Si.LtL1e. j J the lives others. A married woman can in- Regalia: Principe add common fcVgnrs. pia from John and Antonio ,Hu rta", lying partly in

I Maj. B. A. Putnam: residence. Persons defivroua : County, '. the liT? of her husband,the benefits of which are .LIQUORS. Brandy Otard. Dupuy;& Co., do Cordeaux sections 3-1. 35 and 3l% of township 6, range; 2?,
of visiting the Fort will: make application to Sale.I by law for the exclusive use ofherslfor chil ; Jamia Spiri's olj liMn Rum; ito 1 dol and sec!ion J.I 2 and 3 of township 7. range 29v J'..

: ,..'Capt. Hanham.. I Tfy virtue of the power, vc.'l !5* Proof; Holland and Skiedan\ Gin ; Whiskey ; owner '!jnkuown asesi-eil to'Joseph Delrtpio _
: < JL3 hnve.lC'vi..clupoll and will ] and all others dependent; sala Scotch do, ((11 fine article;) aborted Liqonrs.Vine the other half has been conveyed V Michael Idza.

i JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. I the house of Major W. F. Kns:? are:. specially invited ro' avail themselves upon of a re- \ *. Madeira Howard Marsh i Co..do Marseilles rus of Charleston S. C. \ -t*!

I James M, GoulJ. on the Indian Ulvtr (there Vhereby their surviving familes be secured ; and Malaga; palc,.nud brown Duff Gordon Unless taxes an J expenses are paiJ\before the day .
Geo. L: PhiLlips, Notary Public-office on Bay in the county) in the county : the evils of may <5* Co Sherry; Port; CLampagne Hock pa! kling of.sale. \ '

fltreet; a little North of the Market and next JoorI on Mon lay the J9ih day of % ; penury. cf principles! of Mutual vintage, 1832r Bordeaux Vinegar; London Porter R. :B. CANOVA, Shcriflr nf', x-o/r./ -
@ explanatory .
I 'to the Peat office. usual hoars of fnlf. the folio/ \'in Insurance illustrating, UP advantages, with in pints and quarts London and Lc-ith ole; Beer; '.' Tux Assfs' urunJ ColIeclnrAs.! : J. c. '.''

I *$' MMMHHW .parcel
) CITY OFfJCERS.:' state nnd county Taxes' n" Company, 35; WaU !>t.. or of any, of it* ag('nt!!. OiK Olive Sperm, Csstjr, nnd Klepliant.: ___ .
.'. Mayor-B B Goulds: yearn 1 1t:1t: ;. 18-ttJ. 1849 and !! TRUSTEES: Fish. Herring., Sardines, .Salmon Mackerel, and JHECUANICS \

Laurence. A.ndreu\ ::, iou Jsn. "I utehil tons: Iaoln nIl L'w' ; I : B Collins l. David C Colden, a.I CoJ. .,?* ; INVENTOUd x \
\ ...i"1t' ,' .- -- .county of St. f..ut"le. hounded ? I J HysSop: Alfred'Edwards.! ProvUiond. Pork Beef. Hau.s, Flour, 'Duftl'r. and .. .... ,
-... "-- .... MidlA. 1<>., ...:.. Hirer [laUt" on the .) [ .", Cur"y.. vrWrrt BetiN Cheese v /::1, .. Al"D .
!f .-Qulne"y.4: j I 1-: : Gilbert's bnr, On ihf Euft:: by I .! \\"in"Il'II Joseph! I'lunt. Friut. Raisins,' in boles, half, or. rjr...bot.ZrltteCurrants .IV1VE'AV; 1VR-ERS. \
; Clerk of the City Council Chirles: Haager office the West Indian River ,
and by I-.nhf'r, Iaac; IVar-ou. S ; Genoa Citron ; Dates in frail, Prunes -
4 at the,Council room. D. Vanhorn.a non ret>iJent. 1 P Ychvrtoh. Henry Wells' in glass jars ; Tamarind The Best" JlecSuuilcal 7 .4
City MariAaand Clerk of the Market, F..P. Alf'O.-1 lfi.000 acres granted 1 : ) SCttWiCk1 Win Moore, Cordinls. In cWeti, aborted ; American Cordi 1 -Paper "'
Ferreira. the 19th day of July 1813, : I 'IN 1.11 WORLD
!; ;" li Colling l.t PORT WARDENS. the River SanYi Lucia in the :: I II Swift, -I\ Joria :Miller: Nut*. Bordeaux ::;.lft Shell AlmonJ.-j; Sicily rundilbers l SIXTH OLU)1E'OFTIJCSCIE
7*. C. Zyltrat Charlet Haager" Jot. E. Pomar. Florida, bounded ,on the North : '
ft i I Wadtfworth David A 'omstock, } ; lIrlad.irlt'Nlltl!. or English \Vnluuts, '\'I'I '
IC
: I the Last toutlj and l : **. 4\.UERItAS.
i er, on i : Cornell. Roln-rl! Shuyler.} Brazil Nuts; Pta Nuts; Pecan Nut*;; Cocoa
I AUCTIONEER.. sessed by the home .f the "" l ltbb i \' :M \Vikim! Jaine, Chamber, Nuts. i iSegars" I The I'uWkhers: of the yt'IENTIFlC.: A JERr.

i I ,Geo. Center, F. P..Ferreira and J. A. Strischa. I lonein part to Rev. R. K. I V L Pritvn Joseph Tuckerman : Very choice oil I, in half. boxes, qr. boxes'I CAN respectfully give notice that the sfnra Vdtoi'

U II i ; 'G. Fallaipint.and in pnrt to : l Whittlcsey Moses; II Grin'' t 1 li!.' ciglitand tenths choice qualities auj reecnt'' of hits valuable journal, mraenctrd on the 21.t of -
; ''I, MERCHANTS.Bitrrought I Jo'9pb S. Smith and in part Ely: Wm J Bunker importation. I Septembvr last. The ch.raci
: .'! E.; Carr. Wholesale and Retail. dealer Bernardo Segui. I C Cruger Eugene Dutith. Spices', Nutmeg, Mace, Cloves, Cassia Pepper, f'AMERICAS la too well l known throughout' thr country
.t first quality Groceries of al! kind., Liquors the Taxes therein a detailetl! '
Family require
f ( Unless Joy Francis S Lathrop Pimento. account of the various subjects ...
i Ate., No.2 East:: aide Charlotte Street, North before the d. v of ale.CL.BKAYTON'. I rdl.J! J O Thatcher each cu&itd through! its columns.[ i
of 12
Havana Preserves. In class jars
cases asor-
of the Public I IGeurge / It enjoys:: a j ore
I, square JOSEPH B. COLLINS' President. ted, Guava Jelly in half Ib. and lb. boxes, \ [ eX't"IJ"'IV ,and influential: circu'fl
Tax Collector, ABBATT. Secretary. lion than any other journaL ib claw ia Amen* .
:
I Bart. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry American Syrups. Lemon, Raspberry' Currant, Ginger .
t Goods, %We: ride of Charlotte street; a few doors Nov 16 BLUXT, Counsellor. ,co.umon lemon. | ca.It -
*' R. FAIRBANKS: Agent St. Augustine Fla. ij publi'hej weekly, as h"r..t fort".in' Qagrto
I North Lan .
Treasury
I Circuit II .Seth AT. Wnttma Wholesale and Retail dealer off 16th. quart pint' and bottles; Hast: In lia Curry anlllu3rated on pnp .11: : .! .u -. 'Ir tab en-J ol h rh! y trr .

t I jn.Dcy Goods and ecroe rit.. Grocery store on the IN CIIA ; Italian Macaroni Italian Vermicelli i> En-y-'tp" :a. of'ov Fogy Hundred 0 ',.
Powder
Goods Store :
ground floor ( the City Hottl-Or .
tJ Administrator
.f ; I Peter Bcnet London assorted sauces; Camp Sauce; John BUIL'a'BeefStake j Oiiginat Engravings,..i '&cnbcd byiett of\ ;
I i (!Charlotte street, opposite Misses ,Pinkhams.Mitttt &c. of Francis P. Sanchez "' ST.. AUGIJSTI.'V, E. F. Sauce; Harvey; Reading: Cavice; Essence I beanies a yasl aniuunt (;f pructal? inform tiou eierevce;
S. N. Pinkham. Dealers in Fancy a con
I I lJ( deed., for the use of of Anchovies!; Anchovy Paste. Pepper cernins the, prosress of:Scientific and Mc
East chankallm>
I t Goods, &c. opposite the Planters Hotel .on
Fnedlander, TIllS ESTABLISHMENT hay
I
Sauce. pro ('menls. Chemistry Civil Wanulac-
L'ujjineering
I I aid Pedro* Charlotte Benet street.Denier Groceries' proyisloDI,&c. vs.Benj of ;;it; ing undergone Thorough Repairs this Mustards. Superfine.in ha: (lb. and qr lb. tincanisters, luring in l tis< various brancht" .Architects?,Masonry, .
T1 A. Patnam. Executor
t % ] present senson, IS now ready for bottles; English ground. Botany,-In short, it embraces the entire of
; .corner of Cans and St. George street. Peter Mitchell deed. Nicolas Oil. Bordeaux. Marseiles, sir baskets of 12 the Art ". range -
stores; Provisions I 1 i (' (It Com tZnJ. FAMILIES AND Sweet I and 'fences. .
M gIi.i Cretpo. Dealer in Family
worth.Surviving Executor half chests of 30 bettiea.
T BOARDERS can have spacious bottles; Florence I I It also possesses an original featu're'not found in .
,
t' &c., corner of Charlotte and Bridge streets. Joseph Longworth decd. Olives Capres, Cornicbons I
French variety other
F. J. Qvincy. Watch maker and Jeweler, on eI Pickles. any weekly Journal in the country, viz., an ,
unknown Legal
and all others 12 bottles each.
j Anchovies in cases OjJii'll List of Patent
George .rrc l. nearly opposite office of Dr.: Peck. of : !' Airy. Clean, and Neat Claims prepared expressly: for
,
j '" J of Shoes Representatives and heirs J J( I Butter Crackers, Raisins! I.2 boxes, its columns at the Patent Office,-thus constitute?it.. .
4 no,. tftluH. Retailer Boot., Oapst I
I said Je.,e"!1 Longworth l. itself, ,furnished balld, oDlelf.- Soda do Citorous Figs, Cocoa Nuts the "American Repertory Inventions." _-
and aida of Charlottee street, I
Hats Goods
east
Dry ,
; been made to Lemons
having do. Oranges TERMS
Wanllnff. Water -$2 a-Yf'ar'; $1 for six Menths.
of Charlotte and Treasury Lane- IT
I corner street the Defendant. "Nicolas! |: cheese do -
Bread, English Sapsago All Letters
Pilot be
mut Post
Paid >
House is well known being and directed
Tailor Charlotte\ street, : as rc'ently to
Andreu. |
jLaitrenec -
.
I without the limits of Florida, ] Navy Bread, Prunes, in jars boxes,&c.
r pear the >i-' I Expressly' with a view to the accom- MUNN & CO., -
fendants. { Year's Cake, Currants, Canton Preserves Publishers
New '
I of'the -
t I John Utiiut. Boot maker harlo tte street near of Invalids and others Scientific American-,
On motion of. William A. ; being entirely: Picnic Crakers. Almonds', assorted Nuts 128 Fulton '
street, New York.
'4 the City Hotel. i of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Fold.
Counsel. It it ordered that Cheese, in casks boxes Hickory Nuts; Guava Jelly,
I : Michael Nellifan -Cabinet Maker; Charlotte I do appear nnd anv'r the ( Doors, &c., which fenders it Free from Cayenne Peyper French Mnstard, Pickles:!,assorted INDUCE -FOR -
: i street,below, Temperance Hall. : amendments thereto. .within Fireplaces; Blinds to windows Confectionary, Liqoorice Stick Chocolate assorted CLUBBING. :
J John Manucy.?: Black Smith and Gun .Smith, near .I date hereof,otherwise Ihe hopcning on Piazza. Promenade Two Jellies, Preserves, domestic and foreign, Ale, Porter, six Any person ,who will send us four 8Ubecribe"l; for .

I t ,e North Gate of the City. confesso. !I j Feet. Protection from Rain, Cold Heidsick Champagne Choice' Wines, Liquor, Cordials one': months c pi for at,the our same regular rates shalt be entitled to : .

And it is further ordered ) I I ,& ., forming n desirable RETREAT from Ciga Best Tobacco,Cider &c, fl1mh-b-- length of time; or we will "
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t: I" AMUSEMENTS.Dp der be publi hed once a week !I, at all seasons of the yenr.- Ground Sage, Marjoram, Thyme, Savory,Essence 10 copies for G .R 15
Howard mos
.I 'A jK/torJ Talle, Boieling Alley.' monthsin sonic .. House is situated facing South in central Lemon, Peppermint, assorted Essences Preserved 10 .. 12" 815120 f c ? {or$mOl.$21

rJ: Coward Buildings,Market tquare. cuit. It arid retired from other Dwellings. Limes Quince, Plums, Strawberries, Brundy fruits, 'Soutljern and Western 828
I : B.wlis ltLiguor{ ri and. ,XefretlmenttOra by ITHOS. Money taken a, par *|K .
CordiaU'Rasejfo. .Ii
t I ,- BridWi. House contains 45R.noms.witb addition .Curacoa ubscriptlon; or Post Office Stamp takettat # 1If
Ci(1Jfow.( tbe1f'
,
y.
,! ... Philip Gomtf. .RtMlci Liquors.. Rffredunents 1- Certified' be a true Copy. Parlours, pining, Setting Roomsand con- Astral Lamp 'Oil, Corn,Brin, full value. '. '
I WitncHS my Wick! hay, Beans,
f For
Accommodation
&c., Charlotte street, opposite Bridier. Bowling general can
J : Court, the 10th t be surpassed. LmpOil Oats, Hops, PRiiUaE.:
AUey. ? Prick',Lath .4
Lime Nails
I Sperm Candles ,
earned
well this House
Clerk-C. The Reputation do. Lumber, Any person sending us three subribers will
"Adamantine Shingles
Paints, DC entitled -
: r I STAGE OFFICE. F h1J1Ir115th. 1851. from Year to YeA>. acquiredt will be tlv Tallow do. Iron, Bar, &c., u- a copy of the "History of Propellers ,and -
ii Offiv ef tht PieoUta Mail'Slegt. Bridier'a City Mrs. DAVIS aim sustain and Steam "
,
Naval Stores Tar Navigation re-published in book form hav
Tapers, ,Rope, --
", t' Hotal. :I ICatlolit Ulabo-\m! iMH\JJ\ the liberal Patronage. heretofore, 6he re- Rosin, Oakum, Spikes Copper. Nail.,Tin Sheets ing first appeared in a serie of articles published In

4 ENGLISH AND her thanks. I Lead.bar and sheets,Verdegris,Varnish Paint Brushes I the fifth Volume of the Scientific American. It is
; ChURCHES..Romi Difc W. \ Table will be with : one of the most complete works
: side Monumen The supplied choice Chalk, Whiting, Putty Vermilion, Red Lead Yel- upon the subject ever
Clur. l. North WHOLtSALE AKD \ .\ Oysters Turtle. Fish, Ducks Venison ; low Ochre, Glue, &e., i issued, and contains 'about ninety engraving--pric.

I '.;. .Muare.Epic&tl. Churth. South aide Monument, square.Prtttyrrian ENGLISH, FRENCH.GERM and Shell Fish, which at this time FF Powder, do in Canisters Sporting.- Bar Lead, 75 June cents.7.
t Rivers and Forests abound. Two. or assorted Shot, Flints, Shot.Bags Powder Flasks
t .1 Church. On St., George street, DRUGS i ,
; r ; 3 : Sooth oi thesquare. \ P ) Hunters, sporting exclusively for this I Fishing Lines,Hooks. Net Twine Lamp Wick, Seine Choke .Orocerie*. .

I Meth+dittfipicopl CA'ireh. St. George street, S SAVANNAH 1 Twine, Turtle Twine.MISCELLANEOUS.Alicante. A FINE lot of Butter Lard Cheese, assorted...

near the Magnolia House.JTERMS Particnlor'attention! paid to Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing Mats: Table Crackers Hams, Bacon Fis,. Smoked Bet f

: American Ships s'tl dlcin@ ?,Boats for Excursion &e. Salt; Pipes; Velvet Corks; American Segars; Chocolate and Fulton Market Beef, .. ." ,

OF COURT, EASTERN CIRCUIT the Laws of Very Refpectfullr. 'rii. Sweet Spiced Caraccas Sweet Spiced at retail. '*. R; CARR .1

i FLORIDA. AGENT for Me*>i,. PROPRIETRESS, Plain; Prepared Cocoa; Castile Soap; Liquorice Paste ,'O d yirgliiln Butter, Hum* Laid ... .

I I arjUR* TXXX. Dr. Jacob Townsend, New ttne Juice; Pearl Barney; Fancy: Shaving and ToljeWoaps !- CLoiee lot Virginia, Hams, do do do boulders; t
p. For the Gourde's of Orange and St. Lacie-, at Mel RUley t( Co., Augusta ; f X. B.-It it the TVlsfi of the Pro- ; Stonghton Bitten; Wine. Bitters: Writing : Fulton marked Hams,do do Dried B* f .
I ''oDTille.OD the third Tuesday in April. oYJ6 that the Servants.attached I':. Ink. and Writing sand Hice, Pot Barley OatMeal do do Mess Beef, do do Butter,do dc Leaf Lard Apples. .

t For the county of Putnam, at Pilatka, second T e*- f the House honld be civil, attcii-1: Elum, Copperas; Pipe Clay, Bath Bricks, Cabbages Onions assorted rackrs, Florid

:. aynAprit mJ bTICCibereby given and obliging j I I Spanish float Indigo. Oranges, Dried Fruitt. Fe S hr. Gipff'Y.: f
t' Fortbe county .f Marion,at Ocala fourth Monday 1" I shall, six months after !I GfOC'-rilnd Glassware.aMOrted.I 1 I.E.CARR

'4\ of April. the Ju'dge of rebate of st. I military Blackin;. j i'| Together.with a large and eomplet assortment of r '

: the Cotmtlwof Land Levy, at New- meat and allowance, .my ace "liT received a few dozea Renders Leather impervious -',, Crockery,Fancy Shelf Goods,Uardwarr,Ir'>Q Ware, Irish and Scotch Whiskey. .. :
J_ for firat Monday ia May. the Estate o! Francis Triay [ to water and gives the surface an Ele I,I Store Ware, Wood Ware Hats, Boots and Shoes Q COTCHL3CiderPcrterjn: Pi ". and Quartp. .

__/ \ BafurtHlt.the County: of Colombia,'at Alligator on the deceased,and that I shall at polifh without destroying itstofi supple and' .elas i, Perfnmery Cntlery. Furnishing Article All or ,Madeira sherry, and Fort Wines Champagne I! f.;.

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