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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 19, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
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System ID: UF00048575:00048

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*U L1 HBD, \VEfKVr thus learnedly moralizes an the intrinsic and REARING POULTRY. ,: ; '"

.. AVERY '8 A T U R D A Y, Incorporated, bfilioXcsUIaturc; of relative value of the Koh-i-Noor, or. Mountain [ We extract the following from the "Cot, stood,"'replied not the'witness whatyou: rim 'halre er-- A
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BY SYI VE8TElll\IA.NUCY Pcuusylvnula.- of Light, which seems be one ot the principal tage Gardener," a most valuable publicalion. .. s -rve me properly.lcettainl, did my eves: .(
FOR TilE PROMOTION objects of curiosity at this olla podidaof .] wjtnrss mae -
AT TWO &1.'J.1.f.S FE* Aflrell" JLDTAXCX.D" off TilE :UVN t lar'W auld w.irrtfinhatxaficriptionow : i ." }
the arts:; In submitting the following brief hints on ,.t
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APTWTIIExr.sT' will be iuwrted' at SEVENTH .fllTS OF JlBSIQl\9: iN .l'nn you saw him strike then ; will you I
Ev ry pne who goes to the exhibition I tries hatching and rearing poultry, the writer has plrase inform the court how b>1td.ar blow i
Five ( Kirra per square of 131ine or under for the jjMTITf! D STATES. endeavored and w4s., ?
10 get ai! :gold look at the irrcat diain-md. 1 by adapting plain simple inflicted 2" -*

- I titst f4tor\lon., and FirrvCr.jrri for each subsequent t There it is in its gilt irutr cnge,und r a glass t terms, divested of all ,icchnicaltics, to render The witness looked at the counsel an5 seem- =

fu.trtioa. A dcdttction will W uuule.for DOII'"eflln- OFFICERS. case, on iu- lock-up pillar,, blazing back the himself perfectly intelligible to the merest hesilnlmg.. The complacent pettifogger:' 1.

-it tt'h.a fur aix monlh. IIENRT C. CARET,'Puirltmt. WILLIAM D. hELLE\.i' right. People have heard so much about novice in jvuUry culture. Having had many insisted upon a statement. ;

:10a :s-n2EtaantJo ,Treatsuer I i the diainoid l lhal they must a e*it, and bearing years experience in the above the 'information "As nearly as I can 'remember" replied' 4':1

E. II. Birtitt,.Seconding Sfirctary, .' I in mind iu Eastern n3me/Mountain of may be' relied upon; and in the fin>\t the witness, 'the blow was: sufficient to" nk I 4-}

Will be... executed oD"oDableFrma.. GEORGE W. DEWEY, CortctpvnjinfSee., Light,. and, seeing I from n l Ion g'vlY| ltff its I place, would rccommened all parties desirous the'plaintiff down!" "'t- j

--- MANAGEJRS (olden domcr andb crowd round it as if they of procuring superior breed of birds, "' 'hat: is not on explicit answer,1' said tlie- ; .....
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Tax Collectors Sale. : wero basking in its beaten, up they coma, at the leasl'pnssible expense to obtain two or counsel, somewhat nonplussed by the ach'I, .
Y virtue*of the |power vested In me by law I John Sartain. Charles 'I. ppan;, James' S. 'Wallace' elbowing and pushing to tho prison burs. three barn-door hens about to sit, then buy era coolness. "I'i b to pr I'j

,4..0(';: B .haUcftp-uefo isle before the Court..House Charles Macalesler. E. II. BuUer, Henry S.PatterJon : Some .think that the Mountain of Light; cad, fromsome, neighbor, havigg the desired breed the court, how hard a. blow you was inflicted explain by to : 1 '
door in the city af'St. Augustine on the tfira Mon. M. D., Charles G. Lrla.vl L. William D Lew- at all events be no I less limn the whole glass fresh-laid eggs, allo\vingTrom eleven to thir-' the defendan, the of
upon the
'1} May of Dteewoernextthe following described tract Joseph D. Stewart,M. D., E'JwiQ.R. Cope, shade that covers i<; and it is quite arousing: tten to each ben, according to size; should as set forth in the indictment.person ? plaintiff'i 1 i. !
pf had or n much thereof aa will pay the taxes Fdward I'. Mitchell John S. Hart-A. M.:, 'I'" than thirteen be under a hen "
to bear 'their 'l hnts Ut Ob, t& itf-w more eggs placed "Shall answer the genlleraan's question' .
thereon daiS &' State and County for 1849 James L. Claghorn.
years : 14 and thu the chances i
the weather are
That's mountain Koh iNoor"anJto procold, said: Gilruth
50 anJ '51, and all neeenAry incident >__' _C turning to the magistrate.
expenses
thereto, to wit : sea their looks, as if they considered 'the that onethird of the clutch at l least are spoiled. "As you please," replied the justice. \, ... '
II Wacrea of second rate land on live! MaunzaaJUttr Every Member for 'Clio Year 1851, whole thing a downright imposture, and felr If an out-house or celler can be used tor the "You wish me to give a satisfactory demonstration 1

about twelve miles South from Sll Augustine, WUl receive,for each Subscription of 'FIVE.DOLLARS, themselves completely bumbu g d when they nest ht usP, so much :the better, providcJ'thcfloor of the velocity of: the blow, which- t I

a ad i trio at the mouth of .Moses creek, known aa a print of ,- find that the big cage and the glass shade ii >lgh\lr moist. In tho darkest corner brought the plaintiff to the ground. f' .t.!;- r ': 1 t:
-Act lc Eirataplace, sold in April 1829, by Waters JJU TJNGTON' 'ClIRItTTIANA AND.. HERCHILDREN" are all to cover u bit of a, thing nut bigger place a good handful of broken oat: si row; and "I doa,said Ellis. ; i1

Smith, Altorory ,iu fact for Achille Mint lo Richard than half a fair sized walnut. lo1 better form a nest, and prevent the eggs "IVell, then," comtoncd Gilruth, advancing -' J' 4

Terns, owner'no vr unknown, asaestMd to Richard Engraved ty JOSEPH ANDREWS, .Button Trfto enough; but thw it is, or supposed rolling out when the hen moves, 'place a row a few steps toward the counsel, R8eG.'> ." i .

.Town. AND THR COMPANION to bo, the"largest' diamond in the worldand of bricks all round. In such a place the chick ly as my judgment: serves me, the blow was. 1
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UoUf Taxes and air paid before d*jr olJt. ens will shell out strong and healthy. Many about "
expenses
A print of HuniitgiotSj "."MERCY'S the lapidaries, having\ weighed it and tested equal to THAT -at the same instant 1
,, .lIIt1t. DREAM. its! purity, set down ''its price at more millions persons may wonder' at my recommending a planting h's' enormous handful; of bones directly .
B. CAj(WA, Sheriff and ex-off. EugraeeJlyJ. // RlTCIUEi, Xtw York. moist place; 'but let it be remembered,if you bcrtvecn: '" -
all the other things in the exhibition rlawyer's hi '
Juan! : eyes mashing !r ,
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Tux Assessor und Collector, s. J. c.Tfay Or the choice of any two or the following are worth, taken 'together.' That bit of leave a hen to herself she will choose for the spectacles and prostrating the "unlucky limb. .. ,
'31U. 18A1. Four brooling: place! a spot under a bed of nettles a' of.ihe law" the floor. ti I
Splendid Eugmvl"I. crystnlino carbon, that -any one could with upon A simultanbu. +
Tax Collector's Sale.BY 411t LY,r .- Utegreatest case hide in hU mouth, it M said I. gap in a hedge, inside slack' of faggots or roar of applause burst from the delighted au. :d'4

virtue efthe: power nested in me by law I.hill 1.-Jyttr K'oz" IxiXRVTCW \ 4 to bo of sullicient valve to buy every item similar damp, place; all being; places nature dience, as the crest-ftllen' attorney commenc i

expn** for eale before the Cuwt House SCOTS,Painted by Leutze\VITll, f-tigrated f4nY ly QrrE.S&rtain.I OF I I tho world has sent to show of its industry, has pointed put as the most suitable, pnd,, ap- ed pothering himself up from his felltn digni ,_1 t

dour,in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday S.-Ruril AND BOAT, Painted by Rothtrmtl,Engraved Queen Spain's:: ( jewel, Crystal l'.tlacl'and: parantly for this reason; the germ of the egg ty, while Brother G., as coolly as if nothing 1
'I of December next the following described tract by Sartaia3.Mtxcv's all floats.uppermost within and against the shell, had occurred,regained his former position on
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of land or a' iucb thereof aa will pay the taxes DRZIMPainted by Ifuiitiagton in order that it may meet the genial warmthof the stand and remained waiting for farther in.. I
thereon, due the d late,and .County fur years 841), '5051 red by ,Ritchie.4.C6RISTIASA"AND ElIgr".1 There it Is: in its cage playing with the day-"if the breast of the fowl. We must, therefore' terrogatories. It is.not necessary to add that
ligb' brilliantly and doubtless
enough,
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to wit in warmth to only
: hatching, apply most part ; the witness dismissed
DEC ClIILDREX Painted !'Y Hit* was without farther examination
1OO acres of second role land in section 38 -ofprirateranreys tittflani Engraved by Andrew. I I well disposed( it might be seen the wholo the eg* being supplied with only a limited and that his conclusive -

township 12, *-ange 28 south and And a copy of the, : length of the building off flushing forth itsays t qUa ity of moisture, is thus arranged to prevent convicted the defendant. testimony. .' .' ,
t ect, ., D&ld"Lakt', said < us if it w+rrcitelmo. condensation of light. evuporationjfronrv i lto..Jiudocc.ns the. _.-Pvor Ui. a
lhU blia +rte Jal.o! n t:porte'tIlIOn the icher? It J > avowed ampip.Itwug
Ir" n Uujmthal, whavareTjjwe 'teljithetaTory"lsriir6 : inc.cntacl.
:ogtf is. only waTrni oiaue 'part +wtier
ia
very ,
.I' nlett taxrtond paid before the day: b 1 pump'h1c-l.coutainlag 4'repots rt1i 1ii '"IaTTofmo( 1 dfaTrr 'Csm'; not ll\JJtfC.lhml.1tti.was:bv t tuceja.
' i expenteaare + with the fowl, until the-blood-vessets, search. ful in obtaining ._, '
fule. .- AClionsof Institution, and information on'the the Six Lion Kings, brave as ever Liousvw:.t, ing nourishment for the embryo,have surrounded .

. R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and'ex-nft 'lI U#ject of the Fine ArtsTHROUGHOUT /: ot wars waged fen thousand miU un;of lund the inner surface of the shell, when the From the Lynchburr Republican July 3.
Tax A-sessor uud Collector s. J. c. und cities ruined lind maimed i .
,' THE WHOLE'WOULD.' waste men whole egg becomes;graduallarrn,and eventiully ANOTHER DREADFUL TRAGEDY.
May 3141t t 1851. and slam and flung in mingled heap Hu! :
We
= of aii-equal temperature. are called this rord'another.
L ,. .tlar alitsi'is ..ule.BY ,_ oo-- 1 1I what naive the richer What wealth is: there upon morning,,Jo
. and The Art Union of Philadelphia! nwnril.s. prizes in' diulIlul.1lVhu tlv I most painful tragedy, occurring between :-
VIRTUE of an Kxectition issuing out ol' I fur the nation in that : : ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER.
,-r thewal of the District Uourtof this United ; its own Carliacatee with which original: American I'ool'erVc re the world if it lay yet encrusted > A gentlemen who may almost be considered .
works of Art purchased in : of the l'. Few in Southern Ohio have not : citizens ot this place The circumstances I.
Florida persons *
States fur the Nw.tlie n District of at may OilY pan over omon<:st the quartz in some mour.tain I ... '
Jte instance .of the flunk of the State ot Uroroiaacainst States, at the option and selection uf thepeipou who rave? What the worse off were the people of I heard{ ot'"Brothcr Gilruth," and eccentric'divine which caused it, however, being of the .

Benjamin Kopkin IkfenJnnt, I .hallM-Ilat may obtairi'a prize at the ; England if it were bruught between the wires I of the Methodist persuasion, whose good most delicate' nature, we shall allude to them, I

(inbliQ auction in front of il:<* Court House in the y, ...... AuuualDItrIbmioii I' of a galvanic battery and burnt like a piece i humored phiz, and gentle suavity of manners only in so far, as?will be necessary lo make .. I .. .

Citjrof 51.'A"gtint on o.Ilay! the seventh day of Which lakes place on the Evening of the last veck of coal have made him a* welcome a guest, and popu-. intelligible the sad termination of the affair.. 4
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July next, hfiwceu tue unial hour. of vale the fut t in Year I l-.r: a preacher, as his formidable and com- On Sunday evening last, about dart, l'yr.Lo- .";,
lowiog described property levied upon by virtue of Jag ererg I There is no actun) \ct.th'in} that diamond, I minding person, backed up by an uncom renzo \Villianis.lOn of Jno. M. Williams, _{ 'j

Mid execution to wit: THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OP THE millions though it bo worth; it i H n mere : promising sense of propriety, have renderedhim residing just across the river, on the Amnerst : V
half of certain ART" UNION, : wealth of figures: it adds nothing to the land side with the eldest .
All that unJirrd moiety or a tract 1. I Ij : notorious as a terror to evil doers. eloped daughter, aged a-
j>f land Ifinir and beiii: in the Couuty o f At.Johns j When so rt"qttt1ltdlIelt'ct ,,'orbol: rt. i\boutc1\u.- or clothes, or food, or inventivo powers of :Something: of a revivalist was bro. G., and bout nineteen, of Copt Richard G. Merifo .

slate of "Florida known as die'! Twelve. mile. I or compensation, from theirFREEGALLERY,210CHESNUT I tho people. It finds no fruit, no emutancc, his success in wielding "the sword of the who also lives immediately over thei river,_ : ..

Swamp tract7 containing: Three thouraiid five1hoodrtdacre ; STREET, : no wages; fells no forests' brings up no crop I I'I spirit" hasbrought many a stubborn heart to with the purpose of marrying her. The coup. ''
more or lc*<;-Said tract of land er' in any wilderness. It has no imaginary! bow in humble contrition before the God of accompanied by one of W's brothers and, ,
the lire
For those !in who
beingboumltd on one vide by land belonging to persons country may remote 'I the richer for it.Vu I t'
exhibitions worth, but we arc none At meeting he wds peculiarlyat a Mr. Edmund Hill took the Cbarlottesville .
front Galleries,or public .of the mercy. a camp
/teneral 1>. L. Clinch,on the South by the Public
have the whole of the Crystal
might transept route Washington city. The of the
unknown. It Fine Arts? home;and whether on the stand, or actingin family '1
road, and on other sides by lands Palace set with such and diamonds, lady getting wind of the p
G. I. F. Clarke cages the capacity of a self constituted "body ot young elopement ac-
Jwiu.[131.{the Augustine tract formerly(deceased belonging) and purchased to from him Subscriptions membership, 5, should be made. and be a poor starving people. However I police' buweight and standing) in the community cidentally, in a short time after it occurred;. .
bright shinc .we do not live on diamond Morris and his Richard G. '
they Capt. son,
Real Brunett."a .as early as practicable, so aa to entitle member to was universally recognized. prepared.
-by one
JOHN JUYRRICK, U. S. Marshal, early numbers'of the Reporter," which will be for I They are brilliant, rare, and dear, but the It is said that in every man's life there are immediately for a pursuit. They overhauled P .

-.. By (h>>. ZCBKBAVK, Deputy warded, upon the receipt of the mohf, lo any' part : wealth of a people is in commaisr things. 'incidents sufficient. properly) connected, to I the runaways in Charlottsville, they having, -

fit. Augustine, May I7th.IS51.Esocatrls' of the country. '+ r Our riches in the palace! of industry are .'make an interesting book. That Bro. G.'s is been disappointed !meeting a ready conveyance ..

The Honorary Secretaries will give receipts for shown in our coal,and iron, and machinery. not without incident, the following anecdote I I from that place. The daughter was; con ,

Sale. subscriptions,or remittances may be made to in the invent ve genius and workmanship, I which I dono: remember to have seen iu print, cealed in the Hotel, but the father and broth.* t

prrmitHion. of the lion. the Coon Probate GEORGE W. DEWEY that toiling through a long course of years, will testify. er got possession of her, and then had VVil-* t

B. or St. J"bo..counl', will be sold, at the CourtHouse Corresponding Secretary, hits set up those bare materials as the arms, : It appears that at a camp-meeting, not far Hams: 'and his party bound'over itl'thestmi of 'I !

in the city of tit Augustine .on Monday the 210 Cnesnut Street t. Philadelphia. and hands and bones, and muscles, and untiring from the capitol, Bro. G. had incurred the a thous and dollars each.. Both parties left <

:tit day of 1'1,. 1R51, at 13 o'clock, M. the fellow- thews of steam to how, und mould, deadly hatred of a young "sprig of the law" for home, and on Tuesday evening, they put **

tag Reel Estate, twlonging to the Estate of the latettt. &TTORLYEY'FOil PROSECUTING and weave, and spin, and father up for man from C-, whose avowed opposition to religion up accidently at the same Hotel, in Loving.. .. !

; Andrew Attdenondeceasedto' wit : CL AIMS AT THE CITY a. thousandfold the abundance that: his own had rendered him obnoxious to the chris ston, Nelson'county.! When Williams' party f I

Atot or parcel 1 of about twenty acres of Land which situated OF, \VA!!Jnl GTOlY.TUg mere strength could,not gain- tiara community. He went to the meeting with and youg Richard Morris, were seated at tho.suppt'r i '
the We. ride of Tolomata street.
on t on Your diamond-finders add to theworld's table each other
nothing opposite
of "A time takingWith some indignity
1Vest or subscriber undertakes the collection, I the express design having ,
It iI bounded on,the Eat, and being directly
wealth the of and cotton' was offered to Morris the
corn other
; growers four boon young by 4
House the of St. Augustine, on the aad adjaatment 4J all manner of him three or companions =
the Court ia city )
; the feeders of cattle and weavers of wool, when he threw his into the face of Wil
the lawyer
plate
South by the road which crones the Sebastian Bridge; claims, account or demands against the Govern- Bra G. was preaching, when young
Weatby the marshes of the Sebastian Creek and meat of the United State, or any foreign State or the carriers of commerce, awakeing industrythroughout and his friends entered the area. Knowingso liarm. Morris, Williams and Hill tbenTeommenccda --

North by Mra. Hannah Smith and the heirs of John country ; before any of the public Departments at the world, are the wealth- well their character, he justly 'concluded general shooting which resulted,.

Geiger, deceased, being the Matkland Cottage Ei- Washington. producers. We are none the richer for the that they had come for no good. lie pauSed. after some eight or ten rounds, In the immedl-

, <**... .. The procuring,of Patents, Army and Navy Pensions diamond,but wo are of all the world the rich- in his discussions, and fixed his eyes steadfastly ate death of young Morris,, and the RwrtaJJy.* 1

ALSO,.-A lot of ground in said city, bounded oq the collections of accounts against the Govetnmeat est?people in the genius( than has made that upon the intruders- wounding of Hill, and it is said of William-

the North 'by Artillery" Lane : Sooth by Green all land claims,and every demand or other business Ironwork, anJ gathered from every corner rethern," said he, "we read that upon one also. Young M. was shot in the head and/to1 t .

r street f West by St. George: ; and East by E. B. of whatever kind requiring the prompt and of tho world harvests for an ever growing occas on, as the sons of God came to present a'vltal, part of the body by Williams it Is.

Goad and Mr*. S.. P. Anderson efficient service of an attorney or agent.A multitude; and richer we might be a hun .themselves before the Lord, Stan came also supposed,-Hill was shot by Morris in the i

Or 10 mach or late Lots aa will be sufficient to residence of fourteen yean at the seat of the Federal dredfold the value of that wurld-wooder of Q. i them I earnestly: request the centre of the breast, and Williams was shot .. A

tray thedebtaof laid Eatale. Oa each of said Lou Government, with a thorough and familiar acquaintance diamond if instead of the sword, we had carried I of amongst this congregation, in behalf of Mr.prayers Ellis by him in the side or back. When lbtfcoc1currence .

ire. suitable aadconimodiou* building with the rations systems and routine of to India, honor, justice, and industry. ; and his friends who arc present! Let us took place the father and daughter? "
business the different offices well in *
Condition*-Cwh.C. public at as as were in their rooms' : up stairs; A message t
added to this, free access to the ablest le- l>ray.
C. ANDERSON Executrix.St. Congress;
forthwith the families
dispatched la
: gal advisers if needed justifies the undersigned in VALUE GIVES TO COTTO.I is ITS TRAHSFOBMiTioxs. The effect was paralytic-and ere .that was of;
AugusllM, Jlfay SIst,1851.NOTICE. pledging the fullest satisfaction and tVe utmost dispatch .-The enormous value given to cot 'j "leafy temple" had echoed ,the loud 'Mmen 1" the parties, and arrrvod1 beret an early hour -

to those who may entrust their business to' his ton in its various transformations, is shown which rose simultaneously) from the kneeling )eSlerday niorniqg. The newt of so dreadfura ,
well known to the of the is the Ellis and his friends were among tragedy of course created the grettest: excitement
care Being greater part in the article of lace, of- which there at multitude,Mr. '
JOSEPH HALE, of Humosana, Benton County citizens of this district and to many gentlemen who] richer display and regret in this communat
exhibition doubtless
,.London a the missing. fnyolv.
Florida authorised Agent during of the families
u 10' of both Houses of Congress in to the feelings unhappy
been members this case
,ab. hare i than the world ever saw together be Some months after occurrence, a 1
from
wy NANCY f ace P. the State.s'Adminiatratrix thi last twelve yean,U la deemed useless to extend fore. India, France, Belgium and England "assault rand battery" came op before the ed, whose cup of grief has been perhaps for: .
HARRtLL. this notice by special, references. the defendant's ever embittered, we shah not !attempt! a. de -;.
I vicing for in this manufac magistrate of C. Ellis was coun
fheLatateio. T. of Ben- ore supremacy .
UU.IIIYX: IIAaXELL Late
be prepaid in all cases. i Language would ho iAftAequate i .
must
Communications cripiion. to j
have it Elder G.
ion CoUDt).. eceaved. ", (ure. raanufactu-er of Manchester turnbhed i sellor, and as.fate would was
, Br Jolts HALE, Agent. Charges pr fees will be but regulated moderate by in the aif nature and samples of one pound <.f cotton spun the plaintiff's most important witness havingby ;' the task. t a

ruAtd 1851. w extent of tbs business If., C. SPALDING, Att'caees.-,, iuto 900 hanks of 840 yards each, making: a chance been passing, when the fay occur As we have {gathered these facts altogether., t

Address Washington., D. C. distance in all of 430 miles should the single red. Ellis had fostered a spirit of revenge from rumor, there may be-aod doubtless are, ..
Bean lean I 1 eanlll AafTai. the inaccuracies in them. But there '
campHncetin many
thread be extended to its utmost. Another toward the pH'achercver : iss no
W+ will pttrchasa &U the Itears Oil and Grease I!I doubt about the sad j
this occasion toeratifv termination
that tU cUixenaot Florida .MAYOR'S' OFFICE l firm exhibited 1200 hanks ot the same.number ;;, and was determined upon affair.
ana ahths Oil at One DOlar will gallon ship to, the me Grewe in Sa- CitY or Sm AUOCSTWK.' i of yards each, from a single pound of, that spirit by showing up the worthy When we receive the authentic and.detailed'particulars
be per the Council cotton. The first then exhibited one poundof ( divine id tho most fanciful color The court ,we shall give them. -
.must pat op in good Stone Jars, for which I will At a meeting of City .
pay fiifty cent per poaad1. The artklei must berure of this City,held th'a day by a resolution of the cotton spun into a thread 2000 miles long' was crowded, and the revengeful pettifogger tp'itTb5Prt.lws since Cached here' ?
I i inward over the fine that Hill had died of his woiuui "'
or I w most positively reject them.I we Board the Mayor was authorized to offer a reward which shows the perfection to which .cotton was gloating in rapture '
larfe qtunuueaof both the articles, and consider myaelf of Five Hundred Dollars for the apprehension and machinery has arrived. Brussels lace, all'I opportunity which was about to present sclf MORE ACTHEHTIC.-Mr. Morris. was shotr. j

; a good judge of it. Send alf quantity from i conviction of the person who made an*attempt ott'L made from cotton, is exhibited, worth 200 for repaying the preecher in his own currency.. but onceand that tluough the body. He Mae {

gallon to ten gallon at a time' or more 'if possible. fire to the dwelling house of Col. J. II. JZcfct- sterling (81000) per yard. A lace shawl Elder G. was a man of athletic proportions!, not killed in thoguoTfral 1 melee', but was.shot

W. HUMPHREYS/ .ipt.or the 18th instant. made in France for the duchess of Sutherland with tho sin,*\VII uf a yeoman, and the stateli-!. br Williams' brother Robert, after he (''orri i

Wholesale DrnjgUt,Savannah Ga. rose In compliance with said resolution, I hereby offer exhibited, the cost of which is 1000 lieu and dimity ofa field officer and.as he took ,) had shot down both of his antagonists *

01" Nor 16 IrlQLbI rewardof FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS for the. sterling.* A bridal dress is shown, for which his place upou the witness stand, all eyes were I Hill and Dr. 1V.'and was rebremg'from the it

aoprehenaion and conviction of said incendiary. the owner wants 5000. The girt who turned upon him. In his simple, unostentatious dining: room. Dr. W's firs=t cap exploded,

ace, otatoe, Apple Oaloaa A suitable reward will also be given>for .any iirormatloa wrought at it the first three, years became manner, he related the circumstances when he was shot by JI. Hill and W. both

..nerlChooner Gipsy; now land choice articles that may lead to a disoorery.of the fadmdualor blind from the heavy task it put upon her I of the affair as occurred. Now came the coun shoT, nfier they were wounded, but without

.JT Vegetables assorted PeanftAppUt, POtAJOeICaLbal".IU'iDI Indhiduals who may hare been concerned therein. Just think simple handiwork en- I scl's of privilege of cross-questing. cfTuct. Morris lived but fire minutes, dyin p

and bunch Onions'Hay, Oats Corn Given under my hand at the City of St. Anjrus- chancing eyes.! the value of a shilling's worth ot "Did I understand you lo state Mr, G'truth, n. his Knthor's aims, who met him at the,

_eau.Oct. Ries 12,1850.for sale at Wholesale or B.mail E. CARB. '. tine,the 19th; day 01 June' E.1851.B. GOULDMayor. cotton to e:15'WJPhilaJlp1aia ltdgar. I that you MW the defendant strike the j I tic ai steps.obcrt William:!. has been n:4.. '


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THE ANCIEX. C 'fY. KF Great want of Sagacity.i n be admitted; into the Union shall be refused New York Correspondence. NOMINATION OFGE.V. SCOTT 1

I I Admission unless she discards from her borders New.YOKE, July 8th, 1851. I The nomination General siSl; ja
In the Jacksonville.,Republican" of the iTth a portion of.lbo property of fifteen sister The weatheryesterday was very warm, rylvania, has put the political world 11,1.
instant tbe Editor lays a charge'at our door in States. I have no fear* of the increase of the ersal commotion. AlIoibtcrws 2uui.
1 and, though it is n"shado today, the or
tho:following'language.. : slave States over the free States-no matter ggolcr| clwrnclcr Bra swnlloit up in it. TbT"tlatt-
I what their latitude or multiplication may rush to the watering places continues. Rock- portunce- of the f ct
The Editor the Ancient City cannot beIrvught cannot beoverruieJ
I '. I of ,: two I have heretofore indicated what, ,I believe away WOQS us with the refreshing rumbling why it has wen received with IJ 't

,- :'L, ; QALrYoT, fED nAL, R10HT LID J)1'l 8 it tO'Iay u-heihc lea in favour of practicalHecrssym to be the de.tiny'JJf the African race. of its yesty surf ; od New Roch- cit ment is wnrcely cxplkab mile.No -bt

i '" RM1STAKC1 TO. ALL WHO OXTONlT THEM.I0th ,in tit wt\t of Kvuih Carolina although Whether I am right an these.views or not, or ellf, staten and Coney Islands 'and who) was acquainted witfr the 'cMtfi0lT?,
1 r intuited vf:' That the Ancient city has been whether the evilsofaIavcry-, .are such as the, nics of ,this countryoujfh'i to Imfc exanylUing

: ', -I AT. AUGt1 T'HE' .U y 1831.I falihfulyjjferuscd. by the 'Republican Is a fact abolitionists represent them to be, no con even the. too cc.rr.mon and',, contiguous. ,,else. 'ivbe last,three iear Ii"i
___ sidertuions, connected with those evils, nor Hoboken, are crying "come. come'! and Muebetb''itclul., "
'------- ___, l __I evident dr-votcd' each week in any point Ihtir skinnerger J
I New from-thc space growing out of the balance of power Will I Newport, Saratoga Trenton'and'Niagnrn'witb at the new -Tlianci&F Cnwdur. n"ba
lJampIi'r' I notice pte*, ( an attention J-.r, which' we give 'warrrnt a' viotatian! of .the compacts" of the heir cool nnd refreshing neccssirrs beckonus a r lTed at the crown before O\V,\11 be
." The following Preamble, and'Resolution*'of our cqnTrmiorciy hun.Llu thanks,) yet It constitution, The 'constitution is ueutrul 01 ; hitherto failed because hi:' tuna was .31

., .the Naw Ilaraptbiro Legislature were passed would, appear if heed ii given to his valuable the.suljcct! of slavery. To roakeit'aggn'ssiveor away from the dust and turmoil of tbe come. But come it is at last If a fj lilt.

. by a vote of defensive ii to violate II: The.Dnion can now, it will not be the season's fault.
10 to a ill the, Senate and, 162 to correspondent in the same number over city.For
I in only be preserved. by a trict adherence, to my single self (ingle J because a bachelor In th? first Whig Convention 1h1atmcti.
.92 tbe "
House.fjnamble tho signature of" X Union Man, that the.. the the bond
constitution.. If that be violated ttm I hove returned from a where in the Union, this nomination" [
t and Ktsuluthns oftht .Wv HampshireLegislature. Editor is greatly wntiting Sngncity! ; for"Un -! of the Union are, broken and the ,aggrieved pro ) just have been looked fur tu a CNt:inty, Rcoa&tau

ft t 1 :ivn Man."say*; I parlies will seek redress and compensation. weeks absence in that scene of ancient revolutionary the only rcan tha WhIg party can tp

, I : Whereas fn tbo :message of hH exrellency \i I Thiscv&etvilh' tic irrzterxhcse without regard to itt obligations"For spirit 'arid good modern milk. the vailed upon to tourb in the enduing capafgn. ,,
I : ,tbo governor,-our attention has b':vii invited to j j beautiful grace from ___ __ *. little town of Lexington, Moss. One would Neither Fillmore, nor W L ler.'c -

.the L'tteects of-Congress intended for tho nJ- j: pen for the last foe or six i weeks has [ the Ancient City.] vM suppose-that with such-spirit, and such,milk, Clay have the simllcst cliancu for tiujinomnina1in. t
Jytm2nt ofun an ry and dangerous' contro been employed in that, in advocating Sectsggfl *- The
:.: paper Borroii lclaim tl e Whiz party is nOw co.un
:: l'l '. : lgbeone, of .Lexington might afford-a crt otwaZji'n4 .
+ OT. g.taL aj a' 1f; tMt, ; "
s:: 0 r-nLk beliatnld" fncn
spm4 P "?7? y T S"f M B- **** j** **"***** flO1JflIOfl31 1 dUtr t' dintist the rmbh.1 "- Here Ju s lilro
( wad whcrrasj e regardthosoacts as indfspen- j enough to red&vWwut. prejudice an. opposition paper peop'16 to Induce them to project the erection most .atiluiionnl; ,l-wuci involving scciiooa]
,table! to disarm sectional apiaiiontiQcalra thy :* u wide difference and It is to be presumedof .1' and intercuts neither of them
i and both .It the comes
; .ual? rayi ready tar til* of n monument more than_ 30 feet high'on up toji
national excitement,a/idMrestore ih'at unity <;f course that" A Union Man has more is the : mark, laid down by tiieir ,nriifer Ttu
to fur as observation extends, it of Ibo first revolutionary blood shed. t
:.seritlnwnt ,SQe fseniial to the harmony, ot the'republlariherefore. ';| penetration and read deeper than the Editor, mVj Fceno have till fitleiinto thu error of in,iSrinj sdrmconcessionsto1
members of the Democratic ALONE, that has her character '
!, > party Lexington not changed, the South. All in
wontait
hts
At the !
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rate Itpubli'ctna& correapondcnt
: Resulted by.the senate and house j 'representst : any : practice this.Jibe iity. On rending the cdi- as a purely ril'lIlturlll) town, for in her twist promise maintain the Fugitive Stan

?** *'l/Tenro' courtcvntcncj, That the Stale of | do not seem to agree, owing to the Lanai of the Jacksonville -Newuf! the 12th case,the production of milkJs njS&Ois in this Law, and that hu? aeuktt thcfatcofibcmftli

. New Hampshiro approves oPtlie odoplton c.rib&je I i I fact, as has been' suggested tis, that the 'ins* tho following remarks of tho Editor vicinity) a manufacturingbusiness.; Sotir! tin nvmof tho North an l the &jft!> .

I" measures, as co3viiki.il nnd necessary luithe Editor does not read through gas ti>, while hoMithi! ? baluuci of power. Scott his proll i ,
peace. nreacrvaticn, nnd progress of our I I hi, correspondent dtlII.-1f we can reconcile struck me as "important if true, viz: She abounds in large apple orchard and i iscd nothing 1(, the Suuth. Ifcii idunii&}||>'

slonoLU Union, and we plrdgo her to sustain Vehavanot seen the first symptom of disapproval pastures and her stock farms not surpassed with tjuward'nrii1 his clique-ha-* been jfr
,tho Executive. nf the nnti said I these, writers by being nnj more explicit hUna n" and froin-thj
n in, carrying) l in erie of our Southern journals nhvll's ginninic. Tbfthin
measures into full effect, and In the furl her .thane have ,leen,-We will say that we of the nomination for Governor of Pennsylvania by any in New England, furnish a great por- which killedFjlImore.WeiHtur, nndjClnyb".

I : 'execution of all! cnnstilutionul means to enforce I entirely agree vilh and arc in favour "p'rac- of the notorious abolitionists, John- tion of the excellent milk which I is ased'in flus- fore live Pennsylvania Convwiition, wen

odedienco to the laws ttcal Secession' '' as laid down Uy Mr. Webster son Not a \vNd of reproach, from Southern ton,.whither it is taken every morning in numerous sufliciently apparent. The motion off-re

4 II Resolffd That his excellency the governor submissionists. the "Union", Whigs of Penn. one horse earls and dealt out at five for the sanction of thu Fu itiv(?-Slave"J.\' V
requested to transmit; copies, ',"of the. foregoing in his second speech at Capon' Spring,' sylvania." cents a'quut to regular customers their own was voted down by a m.ij>)ny itpproucfcinr I
piynmblc! and.resotutictl to the President I f Iho Virginia, ri-poitedas follows: i jak'e ,tile Jacksonville "Republican" urmninitV. There lha tale wr.s tolJ. I
.As
: I gmtcj: StaJei' arid*the governors of the ever.il A. Mr. Bruce, who was present., gave Usa doors. 'I'he nulk.-men usually have Airman! There was another reason which tctrleJV! )
and that Southern submission excellence
:. .otates. and Territories. toast' '' paper par i their own but every- evening they collect thcnorniim'ion, from the IIrM. Gen.. SC
I ; \" Tl.c Fugitive-slave law-Upon' its faithful it so happened that the number of I much more of other farmers in their neighborhood those etemvuts, of clap trap by which onlr-

: .'. TH.' Ohio- execution' depends the perpetuity of the the 10th lust, came nrxtin order for perusal. whom thcv allow for it frdhiIS a 20c ho XVhiR 'part bus ever -ce% Jed in "
,''; Union. Ou opening it and' reading"I'LcoYLANIA.BOth I eel i tig a candidate with their unpopular
The Whig Convention of Ohio 'nominated a con containing seven quarts. :
Mr. Webster thd have
\. again addressed company princ il'll'Vhcllcver thcy rW
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i OeD; 8cti\ for i'rcsident' rand assumed. the declaring that that lawiva* constitution.nl the old parties in his 'fl umilk ro t's" aro not owned by cum Slar(-sin.-tn Iher havn fnled! b cansrithapav

I I abolition n position on the Fugitive Slave ., and that it should be enforced as well as State have land their convention for the nominatiOn I panirs but by many different individualsund pie ctn. sec in st.itestnen only tlioAcinb ii;'

\,. I Jaw. anv other law. He declared that lithe North of State officers-the Democrats' at I the "good will" of a first rate set of customers -: menls i of prin< ipl M, ai: I buy h ve never: trt
willfully set aside that part of the Constitution Reading, tl1e Whigs at Lancaster. On our botn ready to 'n,lor:'a ihii .principles "oflJTr
saleable and
is
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O: Tbo- Communication- signed Broth. the South would not bo bound any long.er firat page will be *ran the namcti 6f the regarded as a property' \Vhi party. But .wlipn blinded by tiiegUrt
"p by the compact. .Tho whole Constitution nominees of he Whig convention. Fur marketable at from Si,000 to Si,000. A routeon hf milillt nchi vi-iucnt, tiicy have, on iw"
't er Kossuth cannot be inserted, as it savours was binding on nil. Ii'o party breaks it, Governor the D<'mocrats named Col. Biglrr which thirty seven quart cans of milk arc IOcmora bit.i oocrtsions hc'-n p'e, .iiJ! i'4uIi ,

I ::4 : 'too much of;: personAlity. I the other party i is 'discharged from the com But the two bodies took different grounds on I retailed daily,,usually produces a clean annual tIer the louU ol" b. nk, t,.nif, an,i ".';UJala;

I .Tho Scep'licism! l ns expressed by 'our new I pact. A bargain broken on one side was broken !the slavery question-the tirst nnmed"dl'clnr-j I 'profit of $1,000. lion., K\jtrtcne( hai t.1U'&L ur* \V'ILeg\ nry
t J' cofrespbdduni for the fate of South Carulinn, on all 8 lcs. Ho continued his speech lug fur an open and cordial support of the FujItitive to rely on no other h'JJfr suc-,M, they
> for some ti.cin the further maintenance Unit slave law;And (maintaHiitiK the rights ,I In New York, the milk .bu 'n'eni:1 conduc.ted *, nc'cr,11, airiuu w-hcu han CUll heljv, it. lie
J reminds-urof a recorded' saying of Ilus>tann the Constitution in all Its part was equally of the South ; while in sad contrast the Whig '., by companies who keep thjous-inJs of no man ever h. pngufi tit bu ti! !! e .niij.uji!

l \ to 'young nobleman! of Persia-"That be never binding on all, and toot nj> ono .ec i'.1l of II convention was less explicit and evinced hI i. cows 'in a single buildingnnd (feed: thcnvwith of that or nnj/.a'i'iri: unleni I he cuii g t u/

I : departed from the ''SUIt! U'1i presence, with cotild be let anidr, or violated, without,dentroying disposition to swerve in this particular. One.I'I sumo grand humbug of' tn.it* '<'rt. Jt'
, of their resolutions declared thut tho of ) on dNtill-house shop, which -
Whigs pasturage produce
.' satisfying himself Whether bis head was the whole. rather to) rauch selljslj wu't.-it* Liitiiit.! ,:
Pennsylvania will sustain the Compromise-[: large quantities o! milk, entirely innocent of life are Io tivforuut.i In it In
Irwe cnn understand the great pernnr UU '
still IJers"'OUr
his .sh expounder
.ion correspondent but I Iii
an ,attempt 1.0'c. it greater force, byI
of cream- and very dclewriou-- quaii its fortunes with any oili: r m.in.As .
seems tathink that' when' S\J Carolina p.:r- he hnsjn the above language, admitted resolution of Mr. Scott, to give the Fugi. there is n'. ono in t'ic' eo.iuJrymihtury wi'.

r1 $ tedwliithe brush of tho J1uist nt DruPfcmantbe4tb that our Constitution in u compact and if tive law n "faithful 1 manly, and unquivocal -yIn eclat Lx'giiH tit nipnie wj:b hut I(
I I one stipulation! 'thCUO.k i \io!!tcd neof support" was cut ,off by a call for the pre- the tfcn miles of rail road between Boston i in whoso
rl." of July Barbecue, tho mut hate by nny Scott thffu HI ,onu : faltCCII.rot!! 1-
mi/'sfimi Ihn rt\j\nn\ r.snluli"n 1
hua
\'gtI! nfl. of feetandthLcmusUuidtxntbt
and JXtington there is. rise 159
I .Jibt, 11 t 'o( 'M. '.\V think ha' parties ibto-.tlMi-rcbt are -abliol''00 it v. iitp :wii shown."tberabclyesmBnfUJrjr ;P"i ; !. a Whig nomination, cix. _can_ l bt.i uurmth hwu

i h : ot" lftl tft ,T u- 'cqbted.- fro4rtitcTogfig<'ment, anB iiiva n right-to. wcede. > la itm "tTfe lisuc. Oovnlsu 3iJtrntnt1' > ,, JiFt. '
I It 'up-hill work the 19U'iifAprill775.! be as great i. quite ahmae: r jest ion. 1
.. This underitand,. be tha in his response to the nomination on q
> for the reaEOii$ |iat pnrbas jf no more we to position spoke can have but u dim aniicitjiti'jji uttliNdj ,
, : ?
,J. publicity I is given it, South Carolina rmy of South Carolina an(.tbo.t position of the favcrnbly law. These of the modification lo ik of like(he Fugitive 11( jwcvcr, the "down grade" facilitated their of f tile apfiroujptiinj cuntuai s result. Bit IIr I, j|
baiting
I .; 1 cot hoar ofir, or sea .it,-nnd th'us uhatn friend of Stnte rights in other Stale, and the n.olitioni! proceeding intcad of bnfffting< them, and return on that famous occasion, whvn '(you though we bIievu Gener.il Scott lo b* vcrfmuch
: this i Our .sitiiii .. may rtmember) they were somewhat in n tho stI-cn'ft't :MJdldtle.or of theparty Whit
saving of, mortification there 'ufl Le. Thrro"can : ; \ us n reward for such conduct we hope lo

4 :. ". be no doubt. but that, South Carolina As for a" Union Fart (f'there is a prosprc see "iho lint knocked oil," uf. P 'JmlJ'lvallla1III11gf'rJ..n hurry. tho, we other tluuk side Ihu-il chancvn w; da but fit least avoid e<\tto'*lon

I k .would feel( badly should she learn what the ahead if ivc can judge, from the -action t>f (the ( //1 he steamship! ,Union. in charge of Adams old, brdken
L t St, Augustine office 'holders think' of herI .- Whigs in 'Pennsylvania Ohio, and the f, It, "I'pea red to"UlC that such language as- & Cu's New Oilcans Express,' nrriveJ last >Mes of in- [niocjutid party. Though)

ij ... r p- tor humanity,sake then ve eay to "Brother Demo.fats of New Hampshire, New Jersey 'If."ji."t 1o,11lll declaring an open and core: evening only: 6 3-4 ,I..)'-* I rum New Orleans.In the North hsm.now tin o:epomlcnincoofpow*.

I I I., JTosruA1 excuse us from publishing THE and Pennsylvania, when the true friends dial support of the Fug lire lllce law, and jur i addition, to the 9".434 in gold! dust or in, the the. Union!uuIh liulds and! can the claim balance thiS of nomination .wef

T\\ the Union can uuite-nnll in lockin forwardto : maintaining the rights cf 'he South ;" 'icli'ile in shipped to Adams & C.o.pH Chrrokie, $I9-. between ihagruiKl of the NorthIod.eltn p
i p.iriic
f
.. ,:: that period Yo'e'Vutih1 appeal to our readers sad contrast the Whig (Contention vas lets explicit -(' 094 in dust'WIIS aLonrd the wine voetl fur decide the ..Idiun.'tfbp 0 :m'.cr cl'''

t I )I H \ ea Baihing. in tbe language of Washington'Southern and.ecinced a disposition to sieerte in this, their New Orleans office, ,making altogether us certainly id'-iulfiexl with lie South an tM

I5urcitirens 8313, -tbe largest snif'mer.t ever mode to Federalists amid; protect loan's are domintint U
( and Btrangcts have: the present Press of the 9th instint. par/tcuZcr. Thus hare the Witios shown them-

; I t tt.eaSOI great facilities for Sea Bathing at the Let our Southern friends be firm-becalm seltes untiilliris manfully to meet flit iuue.- Ibal great express firm and four limes great certain the North.:o go Tu with, aojtli the Democratic th n-fo-p, awdiJa&a'is nearly,:

: ..11 t D p th House recently erected. -he moderate separoiioi: .must soon take These proceedings look lik? baiting the ABOUTio.ii er than has ever been made to any other and against Jen. iVott.BJsulen .

: !' -, Our excellent Hotels, fine bracing s9 place in tbe North of the ,(true friends of the Ts instead of buffeting them and as a concern. This decs,not look as if thtfdigxins this sinking item in ihe account ,

t'! breezes and the exemptions from all forms of listVhcn Union from the that mass is done anti-slavery' there Federa be reward for much conduct we hope to see, "tho had done yielding. we attach very mueh less 'irnpurtanw to thtmiIit.iry .
may enough. feature
< epidemic disease render St. Augustine as agreeable Republicans found In; that region toforeii I lint knocked oft" Pennsylvania Whiggrny," In Broadwaythis morning, bright and ever did bef of S the present casa tbaa wr .
sD\VU- ne oil nt<*d<>')'
oschool in gr.al1h1nrfrpnd
J ))1.t \. and pleasant h' resort for Southern; a cordial and honest Union with the true and in fact the spirit of'the whole article, calry.I procession girls bus ten limes Ute military genius fI'

Jovalids.during the summer as it is for, a wrn. men of the South to rcMorejhe Republican sounds in unmistakable tone, like a most decided couples, to the number of about, 100. followed either Harrison or ,.." lor. But witli thi '.

t relreajL for Nortbern invalids. None of the party, nod to save the Un on. But we shall "reprotch. > by as many boys, bearing small baskets mory of their fit rvices.; Those old men 'ros-
j l have Indemnity for the put and security for not a picnic, but a pick.b rr1; party goingto sessed a rmnle straightforward
Northern sea coasts resorts are as pleasantly the future." My object,. Mr. Editor, In bringing thescr plalolJe
1 .. "Yonkeis 10 have good time. We are not to say honesty of cbarncer:. which never
,j' \ situated or'can add w>'much to the pleasantr two Editorials Again before the public; is not q fails to be appreciated by the- people and

r\ ., Den of a summer eojo'urn- fino moonlight Extract from the Fourth ofJuIv' oration for the purpose or with the intention of censuring I now in the enjoyment of an abundance of which attracted their .aympatliv *pue of, lit!

a nights, a pure air, entire safety in the night delivered at tizbethtown by Commodore the News," (for I suppose the Editor berries oCvarious' kinds.It arguments! !lathe contr.uy.Y o can find a

!i' afr.; pleatant promenades and the enlivening Stockton, Democratic United Slates Senatorfor nft'hatpaper had not seen the Republican I is said that P. S. Barnum, Esq., is one grain ot this sort of, things in' iho comae-

( the State of New Jersey. Head it, and of_the 'owners,of thti Nicaragua !line of steamships lion ot Gen Hcot 1 It is notorioui that Til
; ; : eusurespf.the Spanish dance give as much when penned bh assertion, ), but, ns there charac,eristics are the
anHpodes'.f theirHe
i ,; fife: and variety as the': crowded ball 'room*, from it learn gtxd States right doctrine. may be many Whig conventions during thn I to which the "North1 America" hat i* tha m j
1 not nights and, many ,discomforts of Cape The South has only to to :true to herself and next succeeding fifteen months., I wish your recently been added. Why then was Mr. m"n ; vnlnor than all tho peabock of;c'

have friends the Democratsof I Barnum EQ indignant. when it was nnncuncetl lions elfish to the hut dOl'rctt .. _.t...W'___ _In
: May and Newport. she will among readers to be i in pouesson: of the "repdach, -- ---- ---- "- -r- -- ._

,. S We learned from the only resident pbyei- the North. now administered by your neighbor tho Re. : iit--t-i; ship was Sold under; her passengers, but His whr military> can achievcmenti remember them-as htve been 'great';

'I I Clan of the,place some two or three weeks "The position which would practically limit 'puUicant in drder.that it may be contrasted I and would not proceed ta Gahvgy.1 things than the truiH of his ambition any tVbo uiher f

I the republic at tbe Housh-assumed by a great editorials hrd for this Thi I rub authorities in various towns be- connects them' with the
I einco that be hod not a single patient under with its future purpoio I M"a of aitria-ism t
for whom I have the most I
northern statesman and Dublin had male
I hlschargf-T0. I lomcntable state of affairs for : profound regard,and whoso virtues and patriotism let us. ,STICK A PIN THERE. I tween Galway her arrangements (RmuZ Eu.wtw- !
to give a .
t "Doctors, ut bespeaking excellent sanitary arc better known to no one than myselfI passengers very As
But That position is assumed P. s.111 Rep'-JicaD cordial r reception EARi.YRwUcnws..Ows fih') 3mniaghi'm
,condition of the city.! a more striking cannot approve. givo us.hls "re' contrit >
ion
t idea 5TKp K'- ,:_ The ,oatrnacou't.aad cysicmatcJnipottiotis : >ii : jt:1C': niiJr.\1.J t'Q;
!? brlbe'' under the ptausjble oiverjfc assumption w-or1tli <
iec.shn.
Linn-.th0.
: pr c siderabIeuniit of
.' : ;
arn&JiPJfIIJnr ,
ant
would not permit the admission this which have
Ibat at (10.
> .emigrants, port ,
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,:!!: -i "tlii Tlsh trf, the Weiaka-upon a pleasure Union without restrictionon upon a food dealof nuontionjs ihoatarm! eJ.tc
the a ,
into
ixc'uralon from Savannah. As she passed up of a sbvery FtHte is"an nggreskion on the South which FLORIDA SUG. .-The' New Orleans ,True i before alluded) l Cfia: to excite"public atten invented by Sav"UQOf St. J.ue unrt *

the baf1 the Sea Well whsfhrocg bye legion finds no warrant in the constitution. We have Delta of the 6th -inst.say,:-We TV. re shown t'tion., Foreigners in the United Stares o ve nnd manufactuml bv Poicn atiJ Hirlow.

6'fjjjtito responsibilities entirely beyond enumeration as much right to say that the population of a last evening a sample ,of' brown sugar made it to their country men at home In wnrn them_ To real innny persons Urn will bo an invention at '

all State shall be nil Prote tnnts or all Catholicsas on the plantation of 0r. Brnden on Mon tC"J t against lt,e keepers of emigrant boardinghouses utility r and to any oni who ent-rtiHut .
presenting a perfect too keen
and picture of
kind labor be appreciation the chirm
the cf to employed of& -
( P t: of healthful ness. Verily those who think the by.Its to prescribe people. Wee have as much right .to river, near Tampa Pay, Florida. It will:, and emigrant forwarders in this city, pbcu: .rhis MIT be safely recomm nd d ASA

11" ,Ancient City declining in population ,should force slavery upon a State as to interdict it. compare favorably with the bext,made in this These,scoundrels plunder the poor emigrant !' most efluct TO remedy lor any such tendency

'ba'e seen that man of lords to4 the manor If the South shall obtain a majority In Congress State. ,We understand1 Braden made io'a manner, compared to which highway to neglect the papular and wholesom
:
t
; "bOrn. The most ancient aha has still despite they would have as much right to Introduce 285 hbds.last year and expects t 'make350 robbery is commendable. II touching mon alarunvclcick ai early bi".l.By nvaniofaccE- .
slavery into tbe free States as the North bang at the hsnd of lbs
tbo 'large hhds. next season. A oortion of tho crcp "John Allen ex-.Vayor of Rochester has bed,,ana adjusted ,
II .. fctjsernIgratlon population have to force the Wilrnot proviso upon new in the usual way to df4l
i t .:" of any in the State,aod Jioldc'her own by that States. There ia no such' power in the consti- has been brought to' this.market by the schooner come out in the "Herald" with a long and at the desired hour, tho front legs thbcd-* -

j i 'furcstof populations. .the -natural increaaa. tution. That incomparable production of Madona, Ca.t HcNiel; and has, we understand woady advertisement, over the above signature ft*".'. Immediately the alarum ceases rinsing .

;' UeaUh and contentment ait avilhin ber human: wisdom nowhere gives authority to ,been sold at tbe highest ruling prices. denouncing the N. Y Commissioners of are mido to fold underneath and A
'1 peace Congress pfescribe'to an emigrant going to sleeper, without any Jarlr or the .h>bft!
; borders, and U would be difficult to find a the public In odd what kind of property he I HOTOAXIAS EkioFUTicw.-The New York Emigration. personal danger, i I. placed on ,his (lln tie

fill JOQTV, holiest, worJby tad happy population shall td.cCilb him or what kind 'Of properly Tribune say :-We'notice !in our foreign flit As ODD Fisir.-Cap?. Burr, late of the brig middle of the room whe"re, at the option of .
the
: ra'n thBt,wo possess. h<* shall not lake with him. Tne attemns that many Hungarian fugitives have united Lung Island; ,. ates that, when in lat. 8 north pos Mor, a cold bath can to Paee3? jf-6i
is all
'. such nut bony can only be HI dnpowd lo ensure ,
I.: \'( MM MM to exercise any with a. number of Scblcswig-HoUteinces to Ion,, 2( or 21 west riD hisJjuissage from the being wademi '
: : ': he Aloe. made in virtue Intitudinarian construction emigrate to thk country aDd found a'.colony Isleol! SaCapedoVerds, to Rio Grande, there rtpid'v wide awake. Tho expenm( the
bendstcad
of the construction which would inreat the,!I in Iowa where soil and climate offer every'in dead calm ho saw a shoal of singular Is very. little, ifany.. more tban thor
being, a
1Vet lave been slfown a beautiful specimen with unlimited powe'r.Tbe .. o'dinnryonps and from thoJr
general government ducement for the change. A extreme tfo>
cocnpanyomoro fi-th one about 120. feet In length
1 of a fishing made,from tbe'flbres of the paramount duty of the small States con.tjste ." than 40 prosperous fern Hies from llscke burg I looking bis; vessel and was in sight ,about approached plMjy. arq likely! in como into general W(.

$ io called Century Plant which abounds here. in restraining the general ,govermnrnt Prussia and Hamburg is about to leave twenty jrloutes. Captain Burr, with ,n fire They aro exhibited in action aPtba building

i ( "in boa tire smoojbnessj> lustre of the silk within its delegated limits' ; because, as soon. i the latter port for ar pont in neighborhood of pronged grain, struck one of the smaller ones many gentlemen and even somo ladies a -
fu .to recognise king a trial though the. tuoal
thu national governmentrefuses the where for than raathod U test
Uifsissippi more ars to
as two
neck but in
yi in the attempting to haul it
j ,, ana greatstrength'.and is wtll adapted for .the obligations of the constitution, the a bfcbtly successful:colony hss been settled. board tbo body parted and lost. The on their efficacy on a policeman...a raJhcrsinjstk

: '.,cordage of every description. The Plant i.i' is small Stales will only bold their sovereignties' On every side in Hamburg are houses fur emigrants head was preserved and brought was to New York tat portion ol tho many duties of that maca-

pfOAvn ujoa the tcorest soils and.attains an Unrrtenso -. br the sufferance to their neighbor and arrangements for emigration., It itresembles the snake, and the skin is said to; defamed body of ine&timaifle funcrlooarief.Poliy.to .

;, ; size. Tbe subject of introducing itscuUivatitm For iheso reasons nnd others deny that seems says a letter from that place, as if a be bullet proof. This is pronounced to be a
'j t the government, or Congress, or tbe North Dew emigration of tbe races was not only' Imminent think that you caa make pork
.: is well worthy ofaticution : portion of the young of the far famed ,ca
ser
,4 Cordage that State asking lo out of iron, that *
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..FINANCIAL OPERATION -T. --.-. _' __-_-_-.-.-. :__ 'I -.-- --- .:-- r
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I,bound did Recftfa iplendid! dogheY1 ded the J !. \ ) JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT OP THE r. LA" '
"HE VE -
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We lately heard stqry llhijslrntiyo of Ihe bloo4 and making n d&hattho first object,,j rnent in the .1 I ,
i'h-' early dwyj ot York county-tbow irood lId$ ; seized the,doe b/ the ear who was- "standing / ccntly b l '' OF FLORIDAi'CIRCUIT! : J' DRAPER ,'J&SD. TA1J..OU.C08.NEB -- j

times when everybody was "jioncst us Ihe days I nca.nd 'throwing her,.over, held her. j'trfbcuf, a II OF ST.JOHNS COUNTY.. Or CIUALOTTr. ST. .AM t'KEAStJt.'LUI.. \

'', were long."-Th.o puriies were two of ihe unr- I The younger boy.jumped from his'poor, and I I j fiirceWjA ""*" ", WOCLI1RESPECTfULLY1Q'i\ 'i
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ttil :. 4r settlers In Ibe western part ol York (now assisted his brother in helping their fatherto j I! the ndmr) LYCHANCBRY. -- farm the Citizens of StAuguzint. J I !
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,. % ( couoty-Mwrth| werool Ihe honest (old' ii bank in tho park, where he .ot.. until i prvceruls1: F.a1ra.r. si1rri'ing"al1ne'. .:l..a '. "Vn<{ the gdjoiniag. Co aU f. hat ItM I' .

_.Germ 6t'xk- and as ono ot dlf'mis mill enabled to mount his horse, breathless nnd8fmoud.bruisetL tube,, whi \ ; n -Palmer v3 .dt FrrrU.. .y' : ".- .3 '.- I stock conitaallr of the on beat hau-i Frtftefa., a' weilWle.Icd Eagltlv! I .J- \ I 1 "

p1o4 Jivin/, wo jsupprcssIbc name. Petcr.itnp. J The deer was subsequently. which, play Lorinf Admn. cRLqi I ,. and, German Broad Cloths. CaFl11, f
hail IncreQMit'lfcOjjz oI bill IL i dtsUlOc Fore brute.
Uq. pear, farm-tor kWedi I deceased, Charlra Loring.. : :jnereoaod Ve,tings ,which he w lit '
. ItIta T' annexing thereto n sniall tract udjjilning and i His lorl.hlp01 coined to lib ted for i lfltoAhcr' W. Loring Frederick Lo. I make to order in the most Faattiot 1 .

'. lacked nbmi: a dred.&JoUora! of the ruitiBcce three weeks, and \"ouldIDcvitably have $ tl.| flame abeili Nutws and Albert Xu.' I aft manner, and upon accctuia :

ba.,. arv to pay tor tho DrY Acquisition.i Inn n victim bis infuriated ppponenrir. tho doubles its husband. I I dating' Lenll* ., Also that ttavmg opcccd. a direct"commUikaooo 1' i

f ". :Jle called upon his neighbor, Georxu to barrow I Ifi fearful conflict bad it not been Tor the tary illuminating : \ to the Saihfac-iion of the with the I'int Houses la, the ".1: .

flRLnT.hOt. 't tlio amount. Ueorgu brouzht out an old I froid and bravery of his son. Tho )younger double: ,the bjr affidavit, made in rtiu Cau'* thai the line in NeW'York horwUJ! MT..ttt" treport* gfrashiortj 'j. .1

: baikeUani1 counted down the dcsirrd numtnrptnhnlerst boy,. well known as an excellent sportman hence burns Chrle LoJing. William 1%'. Loring. from tliat City and from Eurcpr. '

and 'bene vf course, the twu Aut to ,.IJ stng-huntrcs* was the Honorable More. loss, nearly 1: .luring. Kluaboth: Xuaea and Altwa A. N. B. Cutting nnd K nirir-t
; Jot...- jJowit two-large eartlu-n mugsql cider ami' tun Berkeley; while the youth who thm. I is not % I hcr hiutand retiJe U-yonJ the Jurisiliction notice.* v ..- .{
.f1t us gpnny prpcs of tobacco ."* distinguished him, if was the prrsen1 Liberal serves tu I Coqrt, out of the Stale of HoriJa! Ut iu.IJ, .- Nov. 9'IOl'ft. N ..
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.'It.- I /Ttcrnnukinf; over tho nutter for ivliile, member fortltu city: ot Bristol, tho Honorable becomes i I Slates: lyoTcicu.gdlx -.f'-. '
occurred to Ptftvrtthat in similar transactions Henry Berkeley.Lxivcs. such as to ( 6rdcreJ, i'u t tU Paid Dvfendahtp, \VC.!kB.: after date I shall appy! to II\\ ; "ho bD.4acen or heard of something 'ike d nolo n. and much I Loring, W.want'9... I.oriny,. TrcJ.:rick Hon. Jesse A; Croih JuJpe of the Piolatc .
t c:weeD the borruwer and lender and \V AtKtr1' ia rat TBEATMEMT OP Dis- tbo (( t Elizabeth Nuncu AnI Albert /eNn'.her Coart for the county .t,Ntnrm. for-tk:cfd.l
. P''rfI HAS*. Dr. Negncs, nt Anglers ,do Bill Com <
,\ Tho lender physician appear and answer tho of ministration tVe EstaWiOf.theiIate.vJowfrh.a
1'- much w'tluor o. .me )00. :. ,
>1/1-, .Rtitcd..al. IltOctI ha.,1pub ttittntcmcnt, of his tuc' .&lJ h = j3IdiA! FOlltf.f 9or.." -
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nb'I.n p' then .tpO ur b '. .. hA Jr'IU'be atnua GOnre.tt'd.II 4h"m. .: \ 1i .
n'iI 1w6': .: : : .; ; EN.tAtnrt1 A :1 .
different felting," oy"" preparations' of walnut it further ordered that "publication cfthls 1\ay 2.1111..I .
cdhcocted .tatin $th George .
it
..'4Geu : < In vr I made '
loaves. Ho has tried the walnut leaves fur In some'Newypsper published within 1 t
Pctec hontired dullnr. which QT1cE
.fcjj lojncd ono ten and of 66 in differoni Rvd. : rn Circuit,once a week coniecntivrly for
patients, afflicted ,
HOP
years; [ Week After date iaha" apply to the f
Piter vould to Ceorgo in wdrce m'onl. :
repay foirm 31 cured nnd Esq. a Dlh! TH03. DOUGLAS Judg/. SIE .
were completely %ee A. Drtuli Judge of-the Probate Cowl far ;
P tbu \
"l'hi. kr5i nedJ1nd
Uro lna/tth./ ) VERSOS. ffonj
Jllnutcn of Court. .
( them fclur."hu' hnvc copy
only the :
were appeared to i41 county of, 1"I nam fur trteraof..dmiakZta'I;
thin nil
financiers had made the
.
lar our two obtained no advantage. The infusion of I'm P. B. nU3L13.Clt'rk lioni on the Estite of the S late George Yottna rfe.cosd. .- j
regul<.and in slinpo B>u u; thit point-u diulculiy : C.C. St. Johns Countyi :
I vebI '' \V.IIII ltrco'leavt s are mart by cutting them y T .K. (t. UUKE ,
itself. tl4l1h know tllat 5, *Do27 :
They SSI. 4mos
presented % .
; and'fhfusTfcjf about aVood pincji between the I BIay24tb)851.
made in tho of borrow ,
.
liolcs were operation
thumb nn :
which \viinessfdbut S.t\ SI1.-I-i"IES.
lending thtfyjiad
an' OTICE.
inc I. .
water, and then sweeten it 'witb lugar.oro a
neither of them had observed what di.ipEthtui grown SI Ncgr.'es: prescribed from I c ;; GROtiEIS/ES: SIX MON'FliSafter date I shal;I apply to the I
made of the document neither could lull pcrsont of Probates( and for'
was two to hrec tea, full of this daily. This { i is receiving schr. IJloomin : Judge in : .
.1' whether il WI"In regie fiat the borrower or the cups mmCJ -per the of St. Johns for Ltttert Diicharge afceomor
county ;
,..,r. medicine is slightly aromatic bitter, its efficiency ,. days from B-iltimorc, quanti '. .
ot the of the last wilt and testmenutIELLRN f
lenduitnke charge
f p.p2r. .
Jwf Here was a- Otleiamu! AI Jetittii a bii(ht is nearly uniform in scrofulous disorder},. I Groceries, iVnvisions.Slielt Good, nnd LYNE.\S.hte of said county,deceased. AU penon'.1 .
'I IJea struck- George. "You huf ilu money t,,' and it is staled never to hnvo Gauged- any un- The families and others in want, (.n' op- interested theirin; are heichy nutjfi daecord Dgl,. I \
pIeasint.ej1' U augments iho activity of purchasing ,by the package or JOHN "J/\CKSONE.x
Daylight -
'puy-e.er. at bo, sure must,, take dis 1apr, I i
\ circultitioii and-digestion.and to tho functions From low ) -pri 2G, 17-em. '
so us you cnn see w you huflQ pay it! .1'ui. much is buds limns 2 do _ 1
tI I impart cnerg'It supposed to net big will -. ,Lnrd. 40 kegs do 2 -- -----
of
1 .concluiive-tho common souso the ,NOTICE i I
.11I' upon the lymphatic system n* under itslhtluenro female 2 do Bacon, 25 bbls Pearl'., '3 do j
J. thing was unanswerable, and Peter' pocketed ihc muscles become firm, and the skin a tho 2 do Herring 5 hlf bbls I'. M. Beef I ,IS IIEREBY.givcn. that six xvceks from dntu
tbo m moy ami his own not ** as he could lurlng shall apply to the Judge of Piobnte fur
4c't acquires it.ruddier hue. 50 do Candle 25 bgs Coffer,
he *iaf to- it!" pas- I a flagvill ( Soap, ?, tffe of St. Johns Florida Letters I
sec as Tluvevtnonths for
r par county ; ,
Dry Icnv<-..iy be used throughout thC \vinl No Rice, 30bbls Pilot Bread, 5 boxes '
Bed a ml pUUCLUaUj.'u I\ ho iiZlflp..arcJ of ministration tncftute
ver the of
o ; estate
!. Gut made of leaves i is bbls Oil 300 upon
do
1 r. a syrup given inure Biuuimless; ,5 Lemons.iS Lamp ,
r. friend Peter, and paid the promised William deceased. '
'f t our pvcr ttronvitic.; A salvo inadoof strong extract of them in ,60 bales flay, 800 bushels Corn, Harvey, > l
'a' turn to George. This being dune, he rnugH! th" leaves mixed.n lone, with clean Iiirelaud 1 afew The Oats 60 Jigs Bran,. 10 casks Porter- JAMES EDWARDS. .t 1

and piiicovercjigiiiti pufiidd. Alter pulfting handed drop*ol'the oil qt'bergamont is mi>>t excelhj observed ,Wine, 6'hhdSuir, 60 kegs Nuilt, June 28th ?, 2.6wksix
whll Peter produced the w.le, and '
tJj1t |a'to to tiVorjCi1 with the rerriirk : Nu'ou it for orrs.. A strong decoction of the leavesHexcfllenf the' Baths. Salt, 10- bbls Crackers, 50 bags Shot, WEEKS from data thall npplfe,

mutt take do no'e: MO as you can sot, a&ii for washing tbum. Thesalutnrveffects T3 the honorable Judge of Probate of St. !
.0\ of HIM medicine do not on n sudden : 6. ccrooiw Tobacco 10 boxes .
'nonty bnf beer paid: IV appear duntfby I John! County for letters of Administration on
-no visible ctfcct miy be notic d fljrtweutd.iyut Other articles in like q11i\lIt aies"nt whole the Estate of Pedro Cocifncio d'C rif.
: Wo Yui X(-M may be urustcd'! York ILrall. : I f
.. but p'nseverance in II will effect[ TiYKetv retail. B. E. CAR II.. I \ JOHN M. FONTAXE.. _

INTREPIDITY OP TUB LATE EARL .1 cure. y4*.vvaluui tree leaves Life,plenty! Ch. i'P' at ;i&,. per 28th, 1851 1_ June 28th 1851' -,26wks
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f-.oijili'in' Am'ricn.'iaid; IH .he I oxiruct of .
: No "
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tv1 OF BERKELEY; ; \ :\h OTICK is hereby givea to all concerned thai -
them if i no ways d'lnWouj not tmpltVisnnt to ladies TO TRAVELER ; HN i.
T ., In the year 1803, the late Ear I of Berkeley: use, an as !crotul.i eze'ies.ure. m>t uucomtnoii, j'q I ahaI!!.iLx montha after date hereof; preernt to .

or. h'idiwu deer-a buck ntvl a doe-piewiiiiH n rrlll nt this Siifl1)1(3 inf cicinoshould bemad*. the Judge probate ofgt Jobns.Ccwl&yfor se&tc.! J

H. Mm from Borne p r*(t n hi America. Tnev directing attention to it, good I l..e uH nr y,he I mentand th: Estate* allowance of Francis myaccounu Triay, late of ut .L'xccuior County ct' 'l i

p4. were nbo.it ihe size: of tho tnllow-dccr but thu expfctutl.! It is our opinion : every country P O I e"L'ed.nnd that I ehallsttht tame tine. ssk for :.1

4iorn ot the male pn..nkd. ono peculiarity, IrMU'ithiu: its own borders llv)*e modicities my final discharge as lucK Executor. > .t '\
and diflbre-l: from their pecies, (In th ;lr firo- best lcd to the wants of its inh1bil; .nts-a todi. TIlE' t JOSEPHANUCY, Fxecl.

;' I }'oUug forward bout tho loiiuih ot and being .< "H>viT where and what thaw mudicincs are, the U. S : January 25..1 Sol.Guardian''.' i"

as shrfrp an, n bayonet Themj aoiuvtU, went Mhould engage' .tbe attention of our physi! to publish! the to live and Igt live the price ftotloe. .'

,4r kept in a piuklock a t Bnrkdl'Y: Castle: o cians. cheap sium Stag? Fare tun nd from Picolataion and otlcc. iahtrchy gltcn* that \1 .onO frn. .
Visited Debra every-uhday by Tii i. lordhip, ranted equal cii July 1851, will be 'Tig Dollars i, the tint publication,hf'r :
tDrt. _
Ms' "PfiiUtftvBRAsciki Tliare
itTirxfii A.to _
whOa InibiL it was to descend .fron IJI procured *t : ..Tiwk-._--- '-. c.. .1 \. -4 r.Liff_ _
t ill i l"hl, cttr gentleman who 'CdIf' if'cdoutut* . .,*. A .., -.11. v i&T-4Gb r1b. oTBfktal
( "At my 1'h.Uomau '
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I$ A& rhbtdr r P'it11tt t-;i.urn.lhfoycr a1 J : hJtt 28th. 2U-4ts. ..
.p1i< ,, I Edward oJd FrancU Papf..Nn.or Heirs. of.1kbsei I ,
D t..1Pf es nde( utter Kfren Jotd. InIhcrr : themthD'p rbaP'1O cifnjjny 'olh/jr hare.: AU 1851"A Iud biy B: Pspy DeopnM, ,. --.1 .
vielwtyg i wa SOl-:tuayy nttei.lc l b) .tJolbo face oE.lic' 6arth.. Xfnwyo\ com. ro& DATE, at ( ADA'i?! ,& 4jDs liASPERN RAPT, Ooariliaa. :1
hereafter miny a mIII) strug-jltt cl&eivhero, shall be kept SAuguslfneApriI4th .
two nf his sous, bays whb acRompanicd him ItS! Cmoa.Ustatc j J
and !
niter minr varying successes an dmppointmcnU Address .
thai his
It lordsliip,
iJ,1 en theIr ponies. wpponr have occasionally found themselves Co. iid." of Dr. Andrew Auderson, d<:- f
"' and -
kne.JV the habits 1
well propensitiesof
who abovu their bad luck and: 1 i .
apparently, i.- cenied.WotiCO _,
tcer, being been a inorough.." that sportsman thesehnmalstiiffered ii: nitpuhl't.had on the high roil of wealth Ii: an hour they 'EASTERN : b hereby given that in thirty d. from .
'I, .IO'J 7ii not lr" time have ,foun 1 tlwmtclvcs prostrate bunu'd ou', STATE IM the date hereof,I will apply to th(Court of ': '!;
'in the
tho *iMcies
": from coni-mm llit. :The iidxt dnysiw: them strut nunin in Probates of St. Johns County, for leave to sell so 1
.\ of the particular season, culled the rutting. the race, nothing: dnunted, determined to e nQJrr NEW YOItK much of the Real Estate of D*. ASOTSSW A Dl.-
,
:l ; 'eason,when all deci are savage; and althoughthe in the strife. And such will sox, Dtc as will be suffi&ent to pay the debts and. f'
: conquer. David : { ASD
.'" duo Iliad fhown symptonH of ill temper, Disaster itself' cannot keep them down. Ono liabilities thero&and ia tix wnUfrom this date,, t "i
' und had on the Sundav previous knocked.down of our veil known auctioneers who can 5.:11 I 1 \ EOltLE I will apply the said Cour for my-final dicharee., SJL. .:j {
ibe younger of thu 1\HI' sun ,.a hardy Soul J'" p'i ; E.X.PRESH.rmcEsr Eiecutrix of said estate. -. ," !
al as good price as any other, cilh.:r goo Is or \ I :
Ij when feeding her; yet on the Kuccceding Sunday CL.\nl t ANDERSON.. Eiecntfir. .f. \
his frends; informed us that aLa recent tire,. ; Aprfl26-Cm. "
Aug
t.wji ih carl his vUt as usual ondvcnteredtho '
paid _
which swept Ms- placd ct business as clean los '" i :;
;-'JJ pad'dock-gatc, attrndod only by the elder wincPan4 flams could do it, was one of Jus It & 19. Wall st. .;,New.York. AdinlnLsirutow' Notice.
to climb the : 3Iontha alter the
boy the younger prrferritig upon ". date hereof I THOXAH : ; .
- : oldest an J mst; frequent cuitomirs-ril had at., 'HurtforJ C SIX
Defendant : admin or alt :
distance
..10,1.it;1 1'Ti park wall and view the niiiiu.tls at a U3. mator and fingular! the :
, taken his wholes stock twelve times that New Haven Ct/
jtl State of fct., which
' not edmirinn the rou h treatment ho had rfcviousty goods and "tate. were Robert Ilutchioscn, j i i
met with. From this position I lio informed being the" number of.tim3i ho had been burned Court. but in st., Baltimore. senior deceased at the time of bis death;'shall! crply

hi. attica that the buck was cloie to out. Yet tho next day his sign was hungout It is Av., Washington. I to the Honorable Judge of Probate, in'and for St. :

tbo door in a rlate ot fury, pawing the ground, on the adobe, when his jsts were as frequent -. AugdatOB W. st., Richmond, Va. Johns County in the State of Florida for a final.settle.. ,
.
and light spirited as if npitfter smokenor Bust of and for final ,
.and W Ib that particulac of Complaint Ir. n. ment my accouuti; a discharge"from r
grlnding'his jaw, ;
of the remarkable in ull duar when flame bad passed near him. Such a superiority from the date st.,. New Orleans. the Administration aforesaid. ,
f>aspect eye to sfortune 1 Is better and more valuable Said Dill THOMAS DOUGLAS. .
'In nter. Lord Berkeley not hueding lib son'swaroiflg it b 'ricE ,
than the richest mines in California. A And TOP..SSBSQBRS Administrator. k i
p.orccdcd to unlock the door end hnppy spirit cannot bo purchased. This is this Order be. Si. Augustine, April. I2ta. 1851. 1 I.t'
enter and was at once met by the rush of the -- I'
hi this Circ '
tho spirit "hk"VB not only I deserve suc- oUceiaherebYJPTeD to all whom it ra y interest -
fuilpus beft$ His lordship was a very pow. Ct'l., but command ft.-San Franciscn paper. Months. ii that I shall! u ancillary Administrator ef th.: i ,
erful ma although then in his sixty-third year A'true Co estate of Francis P.Sanchez,deed,haT M'such ad- ,

and luckily seized the animal by the horns FBOM Sr. DoMwao.4-VVo have received the and after,the 10th,day of June, the day of departure tninistntor the control or management of real estate J I '<
alihouch be bad been l y the rush forced I first number of IA Gtseta, published at St. & of the steam'packet.MAGNOLIA. ia Florida the property of infant'heirs of Mid estate. : i.

v through the .piddock door into the park, he Domingo on the 16th tilt. his intended to : make application to,the Judge-of the CScaP,Court of .
dragged the animal back luto the paddock, i bo ibeofftchl sheet of(he government. Two the Eastern Circuit"of.F>ridt. at the am Tcml"Vcr"

and ordered ihe elder,boy to close the .door dispatches from Provident Baez give accounts THE 'C.&Fr. P. McNELTY. said Court to beholden at the City 0('Su Atfgastine. 'If'1

-and then commented a Btruclo of a frightful of the collision wish the Haytlan forces, rumors mead it to Savannah to Palatka, will be TUESD.Y, irfand forth* County of St Johns authority to \

description. Lord Bcrkcley felt lh,'t if he let of which, have already reached us. ,Ac- who are .SATURDAY,connecting with the sell said Real Estate. .' {

I go his hold on the animal's horns he ran tin- cording UMhcse accounts column of Hay- lion,Yii: Steam Ship PETER BENET. .1

chance or being gored to'do lh, the deer mik thin [Infllntr accompanied with cavalry Extensive FLORIDA AND ALABAMA, Augustine. April 5th.Ancillary 1851.Admiaiatartor.St. t.

'" ing every attempt to thrust. SorT,, ten minutes crossed--tho line of the Advanced* posts of the gar J'llat. w York. She will continue to leave on .

- were occupied in this m nner; tho elder boy Dominican d'llctn or Jflfelouthern frontier Building Tuesdays throughout the efforts to drug tho infuriated deer Opening All persons having any claims cr demand
making vain on the 29th of Ma Rho following month or the United States nail the estate of Hxurnr Kuarax. of Su
his hindle tn which attempt he received fpinforccd
{ off ,
by day, tno Dominicans being return
C Engagements or Postage Johns, deceased,as creditor, heirs,leg oihrr.J'
Msvorul kicks ho then called to his Making hiving superi teetynr
back within
ed and drove the their
Ittyiians
o State wise, are hereby notified to ..
grcund. Koomr eke, t.fihc : prwnt .f
descend from the wall nnd ride toy line_ with_ much slaiipliter. without___ ___ iosinrn apply : ,
briribQMo __
on "n --- -- -. -----, -'- Deepening I board or 10 .'. -' ., scriberw4ikiawlltbe we years (om,t :;. .or'
.". the park Jodge, about half mile distant fur ingle nwn: BIStEE. .I
for the nfia if riot FERNANQ .& CO.,
puk.keeper,4fatbdm' violation iinuieuiate ,
.io. Baesldenouhcef ,thU aclas a flagrant vera; : estate. are reqniredtomakr paynenc.
erf or the powerful tlecr-dof chsinttiAip rat of the truce and: refers to Hotilbuquo's Roots of Agents at Jacksonville,or,to \ F. BRIUIER. Admmhtrator.

0, the Judge The pocr little boy gallo f'd off bn propitdtory manifests in terms of irony nnd To persons M. A. COHEN, Sept. \\ ISSfr '_. '. -

felt m.wion with a palpitating bear at the scorn Th? Qaceta publishes also an account drainage this Agent at Savannah. l|j OT1CC b I ereby given, tojjj person*. ; J' '

dread of the danger to which his father and of the opening of the Legislature on Ibo 1 16th only! one \l ] June 3, 1851 J/i baring claims pin.t the Crtate- .orStfpbecArnaa )

brother were cxpo. .In the mean time thu fear of April last, and the Message of Prc.sldentB.L.z.N. %To those w Steamer will leave deceased; either as creditors legatees; or -
fut struggle continued, the deer: a-temptinir to .' Y. Tribune. drains it, will FRIDAY MORNING Jacksonville far distributees of% said Estate; that the aame must ba -
"',lve point,1 the peer holding him off. T tv. deepen the every notice at 7 o'clock presented within two yer?from this dat.or l&ey -

timea was tbo animal ibiowo; but ho speedily A NEW VABICTT: or THE Swirr POTATO benkment or 7. .no 27 will br by law forever afterwards barred. I

recovered his position. At len bt Lord Berko- Tho following interesting account' of a new This PAUL AfLNAU, Admioistratcr.8f .

ley' breath began to fail; his foot slipped variety of the sweet potato is copied from a power which HOUSE FORKENT t.Augustne.3Ist May 1R51. .

and he fell on his back; but whh incredible letter addressed to L. Young,esq.ofthe vicinityofLolulville They are N'OTlCEie hereby given, toot 1 will, u ria Mr'

4. '. strenghlh or.rlft U1I held off Iho deadly hornsof by a gentleman residing in the :he county Nan, I ,sa weeks after c1a1e. tpplyro.
I tho beast, who aloud on him. Tho deer's.exertions I Southern part of the State of Alabama. oliaia tween; TUE ABOVE well known Hotel in : th Judge of?Probate,of St. Joan Cowtty. Let-

lo dab were continued, and ho ripped 8 oral gentlemen .in tho. neighborhood of By .the City'of St Augtutlnr, beiogin perfect ten of Administration de bonu hu BOO ; Bjpon .tbe E.-

: up his adversary' walstcoal from end lo Louisville have made experiments with tho red at Mobile for : .ordeals-for rent for .one'nr more tate of Daniel Uulbcrt scar JAMES 1)f said Coanfy

'- end,tearing with it bis body liccn.Atlcfictb. ram, which provo very conclusively) that any drawing of with or without the"furniture. deceased St. At g *tiae 7th June, 1851, BULBEa.r."'$w' .
finding that the affair was despertfes variety keeping through the winter will give M to the cost A. H. ,COLE. > "-

LbrdBerkeiey .potl' out to his tou this crop considerable! importance as an arti- July 12th Ulh. 1851. -Irhh and scotch Whisker. ,
ALE Cider Porter
in Plot ani( ;
i Jaatj*.,
"Frel waistcoat knife-cut tie of commerce: SCOTCH
in focmv
ray pocket _
and Port Wjae
received a most valuable sherry Ch apafu* ,3
starchinr have lately -
NEGROES-
-his throat r' The boy complied, but in u\Ve Bn d.lIoIIand Gin, Motiongobela W.b -
et-
of the sweet potaloe '
far his knife was roughly treated by tbo ,addition to variety 9QX ted Wines. Uiors.Cvrdkls7&efbr f .
nit
for sale br 4
F Families of House
different two first rate
Perd It altogether
jeer's) fore fees *t length he succeeded in ae supposed from II the A. COLE. : r..tb. u. } CA : -q
H.
to vaBioty & ,1.
superior any order
tuilaglhe weapon and made an attempt to and equally _
cut the.throat j but inexpert, cawrd for oim of this root bporto known. It Is productive 'tract'of land : .b. 1 185ir- ..g. :Groceries.A f .

* time in "'0. The carl, calm and collected and attains a prodigious size,,oven upon thepoorest to supply the is hereby given that I will, six FINE lot of Batter. Lar I. ,Cbs, aisuttad j
land and the roots' remain payment of ..tt. Crackers Haaaa Bacon, Fish ,suke4 Beef ,
that moment u ever,ordered the l&d to give aindy | ) : after this date ;''nreent to the Jadge .
T'c: the point:the gallant sos.worthy of so intrepidA without chance from' the timo ot taking them roan I of>t. J.hns County ; my account U &ad Fulton' Maikct Bfef j

sire did as he was directed and thrust the out of tho round until the followtaff Way.Tho and of John Fifty M. oft!%j. Csiate of John Lt.If ZStOD. late of .i at retail.- I fJ. -CARR ,

.knifa jnto the throal. The deer, when he felt plant is singul4rly easy of 'ctrttivaHon I The other at, deceased far settlement and allowance Olrt- Virgiulu Z1ctIIiuns- ij. _.
.inetUeJjEavoaconvsjliivc bound broke 'crown equally well from the slip or ,Iou. at the same' time ask from raid Judge Jo yCltoic -
: away1 containing I l.'t s"trginti.-.llarw'tJo ,-.t11 OO4e'5_
row Lord 8olb1e,'* failing hold and trotting the top or .inoof tho full pownplant being Lintern. & of. dismissal from ay Executorahip. S.Josr.rfr of said .10 Fulton. skcd 1I.1Q1".Jud Dried f>Py. -

-' ., ....1. Weeding' profuecly, laid down in a remarkably small; ,the insldo iss white as, which all do JTeBcef.loJ'Butftrodez.eaC: Lnjp A :
": 'n corner -4JUlhU I snow. It Is dry and mealy, and the wcclu- \ A.of John STRISCHKA Estcut !:", dbSi
moment the sound of n horso'a hoofs Tine principle conlalncd resembles in delicacyof :i l-'b 1851. Levinpston, decea .l I I':i-.t FtU' Pr?.l?; flipI ; **/. I'

4 .ero. beard galloping, and into tho puldoCk: flavpr fine virgin Mfoney.,I Joly 12th It J.: t: '.' I

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/- .BI ..laDfj.e iorr.:'* For the county of Dural. at''Jacksonville on the Valuable Plantations: Wild "' Florida Laud Aencr. tl **. .. JIcRqberS ake.--r.--/ !

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,the Publief3qoare and oajjndwor north of tbe \, For ,1e County of St. J J.l0'1. at St. Augustine, T lie undersigned Agent fur the respective proprietors .M.-. proprietors offers for saleypn exceedingly reasonable ,' L AT LAW.JACSSOXTILU r

.pd>t .Church. on the second Monday in June. ':. offers for sale the following lands to terms'the following,lands among which are sonic .1" E. Ft*. .. '

I ,Florida ffovte. -Treasury Lane, J'.ALL TUX. ,- l wit : That well ,known and extremely valwaMe Plantation of the most valuable Cotton.,,/Sugar H Tobacco WILL practice in the Courts of the Haste Ciri A'' ..'

,J ., I tho' Public 8401 .' For the counties Oraage and St. Lncie Tuesday : called the Bulow Plantation at the head of land in the State. in Hamilton county of the- Middle Circuit n ... (
I ea",qtfl. On Charlotte and Bay Street' a few before the fini Monday Norember. I Halifax River formerly occupied and planted by the' IN TIlE ARREDONDO GRANT. and Uilbborongh counties of the Southern CLrcuit Beato '

'I f ,4100rt j:5cHIth Ear of the Public Square.: .' i ifianffrt For the county Putnam, at Pjlatka. the second late John J. Bulow with a force of 300 hands, suitable {] ALACHUA CotJ.xrr. the Sup.,. '.f Court at Tallahassee, and U.itf l.Li. r ,
:i ,"lIJt,'. On .UI'J' north of the Public Square,annexed to the For the of St. John's on navigable.waters. the coatt'about | ; Florida and will :1.01' '
i : county on theGr l Monday. lilies upon In ?"9." 19.u 2.3.8. 10.11. 1l.13.1422. ; prosecute chums against toe Unift \ .
: Ftoril" House. : inNorember. forty miles south of S.Augustine,and contains about ., 34,35,30,18,21.17,27,5. states before Congress and the Dep3flmentsaWUh
I BOARDING HOUSES. For the county of Nassau Thursday before the' 400Oacres.: t ; : tngtoo. '
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Mr,. M. Reid., On Charlotte 'Street near ,the third.Mondaypf NeveinJxr. i Also! two thousand acres adjoining r will
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I | For the county of Duval nn the third M onday" of landsbeing Pellicier Grant in Graham's I In 9." 20 ; 19.22,26,27,28,29,30,32 I his entire and unremitting attention to his rirt .

l'l'b Mitt Fiiti.. On t. George Street;J1 few doors' November. S Also, the Spruce Creek Plantation. containg 9001 v 33,34.In and all business entrusted to his care shall pro&ssionu&k"prompt

of the Court:House and Public Sj art" I 'For the county of Clarion; on the firslolrJay' in acres suitable for Sugar culture and near to 9" 21 ; 15.19,20,21,23,28,2930. : attention.St. men *. ,: :.

I 0, N. Papy. On Bay street, c.rner of Bay and December. don, about 70 miles south of St. Augustine nenr .. 323334. I Au tQe'. August t3l, 1850. .> .
+ Garden Lane. New 'n6'JO"J8.; 23,10,11,15,22,23,26,27. : ..- _._ Jj *r -
Smyrna.
For the counties of Alachua and Levy, on the sec- -- ---------.-. ,
,( DOCTORS. on IMonday in December. Also the Mount Oswald Plantation on halifax 31,35. 36. i Tax Collector's Sale ---" '

1 .. ).ct. F. Weed HI. Officat hw Dwvllirt g :hIoue Forth county of Columbia, on the third Monday River about 50 miles south of St. Augustine, near the In" 10" 19 ; 7.,8, 17. 19.203U. ', 'j i VU.BL OIhCp.V'-r v .t<*Jin Me by +law 'oA ".
n Bridge,mtet. in December. -coast, formerly planted in Sugar by the late Geo. Anderson In" 10" 20 ; 13,14,16,28.23. BY 1 .;'aU, < ,:pwf COlc'' be.1.\c: th- Court HouUi f. F-

i Doct. JuA'ii B. Peek- Office on St. George Street .The U.S. District Court, at Sj. Augustine on the and now the property Jojejrtt Lauton con In"JO"21. ; 1.2.3.4.5.6.1..9.10,11'1, "nr ;,', !!e 'vyot 5i A:gV'.. yu if!,* first MOBJhycr 1- ".
i ; doors North.of the Court House. Cn t Monday April. taining I900acres. .. 12,13,14,15, l2.2v,31: D "mb"?: ,i-xt the f >'?v!:x d'1IrriJ'J tnee- l

4 DRUGGIST.V.C.Zylttra. T JLE. TRAVEIXER'S GUIDE.' .Also, 1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Turn 111"10'.22 ; 6,1it :| O' j.fid o.a... n nn t'-t-: '',>. a, nil tie .'
0 .. Chemist und'Uruggest North East bull's swamp being the north half of the Rosette. In" 11 18 ; 24. I i U.er-cn du' the Scale and.Cwiinrioi yeiifs pay hll"S
Pbllc Square tbe middle basi ROUTES In" 11" 19 J1ro. 1.2,9.11,33. I4lti, 17, 16 \ 1849.'SO. .
e opposite FHOxfcilARLESTON- Grant:, well timbered and near navigation an-51. to wit.- .*
.
ft. ?
i4'\ ** 1 -
-! : ,
I .s. i Also,!any hon1acrt 9".z1t jn&UYf! 2J. CcJnJ1.
: ',- ., 1tIItI. tl4tO' '' 1-&a.2 l25 : n. .
Ii 2f)1231
4 LAWYERS.J' '" From thurlttton to New YOt*. Leaving daily at betwecA Like George tlLake.\fol roei consisting "ij Nl20(36.' RiveYnyW29wiiJ : ..tano $
E. D. Gould. CounseltoraV'rLawr=. office on. IAr..allery 31-2 o'clock r. x. By Steamer Wilmington ISO valuable pioe hat k"and timbered" lara vanouUUCtL .' n:33: i trJ(: u: u/j u. ,.:."J.Ic. ,..:es-tcw..j: r Pr.
Lane.D. '. miles. Railroad Weldon JG2 miles. To etereburg ; fo"ll"2l; 1.2.3.10,11,12,13.14.15. dro tx'o-.f c,., 5- .
: -
-By
:' A. Putnam. Attorney-and. Councillor' G3.-To Richmond 22....To Acquia Creek Also 3000 acres in Alacliaa county ;s irteMc for '* 19.20,21;. 9T.28. 29,3,33 '': t.'.., .:,.... 3..1. :'-' -rP ii btforv" ibe dJ'f' .

Law, office P.colutn"strect.. ** 70. Steamer Railroad Cotton or Sugar. 35,36 L*. U .
Washington .
55.-By to
.
-Ry '
IVlllltim A.' Faruard. Attorney at Law and Sot Baltimore 40. To Philadelphia 92.-To New-York Also GOO acres in Columbia! Cou. good pinelands La 11 22. 6. t. 19,31' 1 ''I R. #. lh. \. >r cnffauJ :x.orn '. .,

;t t Hjiter in Chancery-office on the ground floor ot 87. Tutal distance 771 mile!.Time.60 hours. Fare .on the Santa Fe River '. A U tl EDON DO C"'l-nv.GII AN T. lax .s*. .ur and Collector, s. /. c. .I -,.'
,t lIb e&utb ViLUot11Ie Court-House. | Apply or term, particulars, dec.to -* MAElo -- May31st 1851 "
1 ": George K. FeKrbahlt. Attorney and Counsellor: 820.The GEO. FAIRBANKS In" 12 18 -f 1.-.i.3. 10, 11, 1214; IS .: !j''Ia
I, "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston sale In"12" 19 *" 2, 6. 11, 12. 1516IS. 19 Collectors iiif--- J.
\ .aw-office in the Court House. : the Agent for purchase and of Lands ; .'
after 27th o'clock
? every tenth day of April J. rai. .
20,21,22,23.24. of the '
of JVon Resident Taxes dec. virtue power vested in
-- Payment 4 me by law' f .
: FllBLlOOFKICES.ft Thro in 60 Charleston hours. Fare to Stat-Rooci) $:. St.Augustine. Feb 22,150. In II 12" 20 ; E 3-4 of I, 3.5.6,7,9. 10, BY expose for ale before he CW 1l0Q8 .
front PAiZaJelphia.-The O.prey
Office. G. E. Llambiai, Post Master,: How- 11141617182224. door in tbrciiy of s>l.:\ugtbtm.e. oo rh first Mont : .
.srd's bvildinrs S. E. buildings Market square. leaver Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 u'c1ock.r. STAWLITV SECUBITY-PERPETUITY. 1 12 26; 12, 3. 4, 6, 12, 13, 15,' day of Dwcembvr u.x1. the ioliowiat descnbed tract .
I"I in GO hours. Fare i
through $20.
tSarZ or Generaft Office. B. A. Putnam .Sur- yeu $900QOO.T..E.Bt1TUAL 21222324. t fltnJ or su much thereof a. wi!:! pay Iheta.at.sthre! .
daily
From .harlnton.to >-Orlean Leaving
i, f. veyor General on Hospital Street corner of Artillery ai 10 o'clock .. M. By S. C. Railwad: to Augusta 136 LIFE INSURANCE n 12 22 ; '0 6,7.18,19. on'' due ihe.SuttfinJ Ct.kay i.t year 1849, 'JO, ."
Lane and Hospital Street. Railroad COMPANY -CEO. R. FAIRBANKS. 'dl.4o.wlt : /> .
miles. By Georgia to Atlanta 1. -By
Land : r Register .Feb.'16. 1859.WHOLESALEAS. 16$ acres ofieconJ rate.sad, h'a.J !
\ Office. -- Macon and \V teal Railroad to Griffin 42.-By OF NEW YOB K -NO.35 WALLSt., St. Augustine, n 'l" of 31..
of Public Lands-office in the Court House. Railroad %] ET Accumulated Fund Nor. 1st, 1849 $DOO- --- sea creek south of St. Augustine, yimj.' in &t'clior '_

T o.. T. RmtteU. Receiver, office in Court Stage 65By to Steamer Opolaka to 35.-By Mobile 331.-To Montgomery New-Orleans L i 000.securely Invested in Bonds and Mortgageson O RETAIL, 20 and 29, towtwhip 8. range 3.V I ; ,_
1 Hou!-. n-al.s.tat in this city and Brooklyn and stocks Said tract was grnnteJ to F. J Fauo. aaJ /&;. 0,
p 1GG Total distance 1OOG miles. Time 123 hours. CHOICE GROCERIES-SPRING SUPI'LY.SCHR. .
t J.d"oPr&,'t. .(G. llumphrey'JJudge,) office nf the State and City of New York and United : moulv calkd the Mrs. Fortunej pl.ce( RiaewJ (0 )
in the Court House. '.,. f Fare $39.50.From States. Government. HALL 8 days from New Vpft. is 'JL- F J. Fa'ti".anl unleja taxes anj exp-naM. are JniJ' :",
Peter S. Puma Clerk Circuit' Court office in Charletlon to Nsw-Odeansviz Savannah This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended : charging. We offer the followio is't as compri- before he day_of.sale. 'ti
fthe. 'Csnrt House. ; daily at 9 &. x. ''By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles. i and business. sing our aSlOrtml'ut.Ve solicitor call. Articles R"B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-orT. .. .

I Rafael B. Caaota. Sheriff and Tax Collector,office .-By Central Railroad to* Macon and Weaiern Railroad The Company prosperous declared a dividend of profits of fif warranted and liberal discount to the Trade, in original Tax Aucjscr' add Collector, s. j. c. ,j .

., in the Court Hoase. to Baroesville 40.-..-By Stage ta.O>ebLa 100.- ty-two per cent on all existing policies on the 31st I park.... May 31st. 1851. T
1 Collector of Customs John M lIanson.oOieer- By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer Mobile' of January 1848. TEAS-Young, Hyson old a.., Twaay, Il ow. I -
Planters Hotel. ':331.-To New-Orleans.Total distance 1,033 tier Imperial Bohea. Pouchong Souehong Taxco1tecCor'iiaze.power .
miles. Time 77 hours. Fare $39. 50. All the Profits arc divided aiilong SUGARS &c. Refined Loaf crushed do Ioq. virtue of the /
I .. Iiitpeetor of Cuttomt. Ora Howard office in ,- ; By vested in me by law I
oward Buildings, Market square. MISCELLANEOUS TABLE. the Injured. vado (bright;) Liquorice Paste; Sock Candy; expo*? for role before the Court ff u., :

j r .. /. H. Bronian. Judge U. S. Court Northern Distances. Fare-,' ; Time.. The premiums are payable in cash annually;sein- West India llolasse ; Havana Honey. door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday ),:

1 I r -District. of Florida. office in the Court UO 8t'. .To Athens, Co., 221 ra. 07J95 SO h. annually or quarterly, interest being added on the COFFEE,&c.-Jara.Green' ; do. ground Chocolate* ; of December next, the following described tract rf ." .,
, f O. Fairbankt.:. Clerk U/- $. Court. office in 'Chattanooga 'l'tnn.45 13,12 ", 31 deferred payments. prepared Cocoa. land or as much $thereof wilt pay the taxes thereon *
., J '. ,the Court House : "C lumba. S. C., 130 4,00 8 The cash priociple adopted by this Company se- CANJLEd-Common* Sperm and Tallow ; and due the State and County for years 1849, '.50 aDJ
n ",....., ( t T..nIitir. nflrp... in . .. -.#r.M.'y--..... %IW4.ftP.'. .. ..0&._.. Wt -- .- < Lures to the parties for whose benefit the insurancesare necessary expense incident thereto 10 .
J ,ihs Court House. ..''JJaburg;8.-C.. 13C 4,00: 8 effected the whole of the advantages without SOAP. Shaving ;white scented ;variegated do ;and wit : S

"\Jrmphis.Tt'un., 740 ; 380 subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated Brown. 583 acres of 2d rate land being a half of.the'
.f ORDNANCE .DEPARTMENT. : Passengers for either of the above places leave premium notes. TOBACCO Plug. 163 and 18.*; CovanJi-h.. Ladies Red house Branch tract shout three miles N VT ','.-

I Cfft Idme. R. JfanAain. Ordnance Storekeeper, ,,Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad at 10 o'clock Persons may effect insurance on their own lives TwstpaperTobaccoMacaboy Saull, Scotch .do.; from the city of Augustine and purchased by- Deta- "

fficeon8t. George street, a few doors South of A.L and the lives of others. A married woman can in- Regalia, Principe and common Segar pin from John an J Antonio fluerts. lying partly ia i---; '.

(MajB.. A. Putnam's -residence: Persons itesitrous St; JUucio Couutff *Xaz Collector* cure the life of her husband the benefits of which are LIQUORS. Brandy. Otard. Dupuy&o.do Bordeaux sections 34,35 an J 3G. of town.hip 6. run<;i> :. .:."
1 of visiting the Fort will make application to I saleBy secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or chil ; Jamia Sptriis old tuba Rum; do 1 dol and section 1.2au13 of towiu-hjp 1. range 29-- ,:.,

.Cspt.. Hanhain. Tirtne of the power' vested in me by lavr Ihave dren. Proof; Holland and Skiedan Gin ; Whiskey ; ownernow unknown a t"\'J: to Joseph tkk-pin... :
: I. levied and will (fur.tale at salaries Seotch do, (a fine article;) assorted* Liqours. the other ha if ha* been conveyed to MichicI Lsza. .
upon expose Clergymen and all others dependent -.
JUSTICES OF PEACE. Fort upon Wines. Madeira Howard Marsh & Co.. do Marseille's rus uf Charleston.! S. C". "S -
: .THE the house of Major W,'F. RUB -II, near Pierce are specially invited ro avaiiahemelves of a reSource -
: Jamep-M,Gould. *. ; ea |Ihe Indian River(there being,jio Court House whereby their surviving fainiles be secured and Malaga; pale aad brown. DulF Gordon Unless taxes and c..tpt.ns8 nr' pnid Lcforeofsale. thrl.tr

G,.. L-rphillipt, Notary Public-office nn Bay in the cw nty L jn the county of St. Luise/ Florida; rom the cilia o' enury."Pamphlets may' .. I CoUberry; Port; CLamp gne. Hock Spa klingytage,4832 k
: nhi t1k-.f tri-Mai4.-i. diic >KBpd9ra *, .'rMajc.lS5I' between Ihe : ex'pLmatorjr of principles of Mutual:" ; Bordeaux Vinegar; London Porter R. B. CANOVAf8fi'.'rilTiiiid ej. _
r oitoWce. ,-t :, s.l hours of file folio described tractor. in pints JUll artSi.Londlon_ and Leith ale.BcerClaret ;.Taa.AMmot
'- .fj the wing life lnRlrance. anillHaatraiing Its advantages wtthrTcrrasof .. -- I1L""" ;
4. "OFFICER.S .' t : parcels cf land or'so much thereof ns will PAy the | a rplira! I ion.may be ,obtain"d ,arthe office"u : TV"'VOil May 31st. itA1.' : 4 i'J111ECIIANles' -
;f . r r Mayer-E.. B GoulJ. \ 1Jr. .years 1847 1848, 1 849.nod 18A0.Alo k i TRUSTEES, II'' Herring Sardines, SaIL'10n.Ia rd!, and ,
Laurence Andrea,)] j !' "Hutclun.cons It-land." situated in sa>
f ,. F. C. AW I county of t. Lucie, bounded on the North by Indian Win J IIy'-lop. Alfred ,Jward:4.R Provisions.: Pork. Beef. Haics .Flour Butter,'and' 1'vEN1ifti; "iANt'
I '' \' 7 .'.nlunp1re"'J'), rmen1 i River Inlet, on the South by tit. Lucie Inlet or I II "'Cur"y. Wm Betr?, Ch(-.- 7 -

1 <. f.- '1,. J. I Gilbert's. : .bar.. on, the. ,.East.. by the Atlantic. .Ocron. I Ered Win lou, Joseph Ulunt _. Friuts. Raisins in boxes half or qr. boxes: Za me I1FAcrlIRERS.: .
i. # t ; Clerk if the Cit, Council. Charles Hanger, office nnd the \\efcl- oy tooun ttiver, asseawra agami. iD.iVanhorn.a C W Jo lIbPr. Iac G ..or-on. Currant ; Genoa Citron ; Dates, in fraif Prune

L .at the Council room.' : i ; nonresidem.Alo. John P Yelverton, Henry \Vclls, ,. in glass jars; Tamarinds. The .1The ,
Citjf M r Afl/' and Cterl of the Market, F. P, .-16,000 acres granted to Samuel :\JItl. on TheoSedgwick,. Wm Moore, Cordials. In cased, asborted ; American Cordi' .I Bi %t .TTechauieai Paper .

.' JFerreira.,. .JM', theiSthdsy of Jal,. 1813, Ktuate; at the mouth of Stacy B CoLlins, Zebedee Cook, doz bottoles! in case. I -. IN" TUB WORLD .'
i l': PORT WAR&ENS. i iP. the River Santi Lucia in the county' of St. Lucie, John H Swift, Jona :Miller Nuts. Bordeaux Soft Shell Almonds; Sicily rund SIXTH -

C. Zyltirf f Ckarlet Jioger'Jot.. E. Pomar Florida bounded nn I Ihe North East by Indian flyer John Wadworth. David A Comstock Filbers; Madeira Nuts, or ,English Walnuts, VOLV1IEOFTJJIi-

.-. on the East south and west by public lands 118I I S M Cornell, Robert Shuyler Brazil Nuts; Pea Nuts; Pecan Nuts. ; Cocoa stIETIrIc: L.I1EIU4tY "
,. AUCTION Ef.R. ; I sessed by the name .f the "Miles\,Grant" supposed Gouv M Wilkins Jame Chambers, Nuts. PubliVhers of il., SCIENTIFIC A.\I &'. .

e" .P: CfU1t"r,f. P* Ferreira and J, A. Strischa. I to belong in part to Rev. R. K. Sewnll in part John John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman Segars Very choice old. in half boxes qr. boxes CAN respectfully give iotke iliauhe S'IXTJ Vofc'cif :

; jG.-FalUgant.and ioj>a'rt to tbe'f' atB of the late, Fred WbUtlesey Moses II Grinnell eights, and tenths choice quaUties and recent of thts valuable journal tvuimenced on theSlstcl: .. !

," MERCHANTS. ; Jo'9ph S. Smith and U part to Dionesia Segui wile Charles Ely Wm J Bunker, & importation. v- ["September L1t The clMrseu-r, of the & .iTiru: .
1' : Burrougkt E. Crr. Wjwiesale and Retail dealer Bernardo Segui. ; John C Cruger [Eugene Dutijh. Spices Nutmegs, Mace Cloves Cassia Pepper, Axxaicia u too well kuowu ihn-i: .{|ront tb. country
; I' Tn"firet quality Family', Groceries.or al! kiods. Liquon Unless the Taxes thereon and the costs are paid Walter Joy. 'Francis Lathron. Pimento. to require a detailed account Ilf thir varioua wibjects

j &.. No.2 East aide Charlotte Street North before. the day of sale. Alfred Pell J 0 Tha tcher.' Havana Preserves. In cases of,glass jarseach- l! discussed through its columns. .

j "' :ofvthe Public square. C. L. BRA YTON. SherifTand ex-off JOSEPH B. COLLIN President. ted, Guava Jelly.in half Ib. and lb. boxes. It enjoys a more extensive and iniWntial eircM- f

; George Bitrt. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Tax Collector county of St. Lucie. ISAAC ABBATT Secretary. American Syrups. Lemon Raspberry Currant, Ginger lion than any olhv-r journal of its dlass iu Ameri'

,Goodt, West ride of Charlotte street, a few, doors Nov. 16 JOSETH BLC.TT, Counsellor.G. ,co.nmon lemon. ca. -I

1, North Treasury Lane. ': Circuit Court Eastern Circuit R. FAIKBASKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. Sauces. Tomato Walnut Mushroom Catsups in It i* published weekly, as heretofore in Qrsrt
Sett M. Waleman. Wholesale and'Retail dealer of frlorida.IN FeblCth. :Ii Ii1f quart pint and bottles East India Curry Form on fine pap-r, aifording the end of the year*,

I 'sA inDry Goods d ttroceries.. Grocery store: on the CllANUEKy. Powder; Italian Macaroni; Italian Vermicelli; an Illustrated Enoyelop-dia.of over Four Ilundrei

f : ;: ,' ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry. Goods Store, Peter Benet Administrator""! 1iU London assorted sauces; Camp Sauce; John Bull'. Pages,with an Index and from Jive to Six Hundred

I f ,Charlotte street opposite Misses Finkhams.jlftm &c. of Francis P. Sanchez ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. Jeef? Stake Sauce;Harvey Reading: Cavice; Essence besides Original EnpTinp"e-cribed_by letter oi ref UMC; ,
of
I S. N. Pinttatn. .Dealers in Fancy a vast amount practical information
i. i k, deed. for .the use of A ronF.ntdllUul.t'r of Anchovies; Anchovy Paste. Pepper eon-
the
i the Ptantets Hotel East cerning prozreys Scientific and Mechaukalfco*
: 'Cbar1ouestreet. THIS ESTABLISHMENT bay Saace., Chel i
: aide '. ha ll Lb. and ) tS.tificanisters provements. .ry. Civil Enjtineerin tlaLuGc- 1'
vs.Ienj. Mustards. Superfine qr ,
ing undergone Thorough this
Repairs luring in its various branch
: Dealer Groceries Provisions,&c. ', Masonry
I "fiidnDtntt.
i(: o A. Putnam. Executor of j Bill for Accou is bottles; English ground.
t presentseason, now ready for Botany -in short it embiaces
'
.comer of Cuna and St. George street. baskets the entire range of ,
1 i. Peter Mitchell deed. Nicolas } and Distribution. Sweet OiL Bordeaux, Marseiles. sn of 12 '
I ot FAMILIES
the '
reception Company. AND Arts Sciences. *
Mutl CT, Dealer in stores Proyi- ana .-
.Family Lonlwonh.f5univiIig Executor I f bottles Florence half chests of 30 betties. .
I : '.ions, &c.,corner of Charlotte and Bridge, streets.. of Joseph Longworth.: deed. ] TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious Pickles. ;French variety Olives Capres, Cornicbons It also possesses an original feature not foood f aany '

1? F. / Q,'ifttr. Watch maker and Jeweler on and all others unknown Legal j Apartments. Anchovies in cases 12 bottles eacb. other weekly journal in the country vir., u "..,
... I ,George' nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. Representatives and heirs of I Room*, Airy Clean, und Keat- Butter Crackers Raisins 1-2 boxes, Official List of Patent C.isS*.prepared expressly fer '

TAos. NeUjn.' Retailer' of Boots Shoes, Caps said Jot \ih ,Longwoith.et. al.J fleas itself, furnished haudsoraclf .Soda do Citorous, Figs Cocoa Nuts its the columns"American at the Patent Office,-thns constituting .
Hats and DrJrr(;oods, east aids of Charlottee street, bavilg been made to appear by Affidavit thai Water do. Oranges Lemons. Repertory of In' ntion." 1
Nothing Wanting TKMS
corner of Charlotte atn and Treasury Lane. IT -$ a.nar; $1 for six Months. '
J Nicolas is English cheese
the Defendant, Longworrh residing l Pilot Bread Sapssgo do.
Haute is well AU Letters mud be Post
known
4 f Lawrence Andrea. Tailor Charlotte street. without the limits of Florida end also tho other 'dee The as being re- ently Navy Bread Prunes in jars boxes&c. v Paid and directed to -. -
.
near(he ltiJori fendants. I Built, Expressly with a view ,to the accom- New Year's C Currants, Canton Preserves MUNN&CO1
: I Veins, Boot maker harlo tie street sear On motion of William .\. Forward. Complainants odation of Invalids and others, being entirely Picnic Crakers.. Almonds, assorted Nuts, Publwhera of the Scientific American' .
: *
: At; Cit, Hotel.MlcEael Couuset. It if ordered tint ibe said Defendants, built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Fold Cheese,in casks,boxes Hickory Nuts; Guava Jelly. 123 Fulton streetNew York. :

ti Nellif-Cabinet Maker Charlotte d*, appear and, answer the Complainants Pitf and I ing Doors &c., which renders it"Free from Cayenn FeyperFreuchMustard.Pickles,assorted INDUCEMiNTdTOR- 't

n .atreet.below. Temperance Hall.oln ani>ndmejts thereto wjthin four month from the Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows Confectionary, Uqoorice stick Chocolate assorted CLUBBING.
; Jlf..vrf. 'Black: Smith and Gun Smith, near shall be enyPima domestic4 and An'.pnGn who will D us lour sobsenLn totsjrmooTnsraf'oi
1\ C.teoE. -, date hereof,otherwise the same taken pro. lhrough.9pqAiug PromcoaiJe.Two. :'Jellies.PreaerTtf. foreign Ale.Porter. '. :
'Nwrtli i.Citf&F-JMU+ t 1..1' COnfeMO. Hundred Feet. Protection from Rainf, Cold Heidsick Champagne Choice Wine, Liquors, Cordials regriafnirw;rfblf KrSiSi to '

AIUSEl\IENTS.-- And it is further ordered, that & copy of thit order Winds.itc., forming a desirable RETREAT from Ciga. Best Tobacco.Cider&c, one crpy for the same*fc length of time;or we will

: be pubHAed once a week consecutively fSt urlIiontha onfinemcnt* at all seasons of the"year..- Croond t.ia Marjoram Thyme. Sarj,Essence furnish ,
Billiard Tdlle, Bowling Alley. Ora Howard puUU4ied within this cir assorted Essences 10 copies for 6 mos | copies for ISmo '
in some NuMlpft The House is situated facing Sojtb in central Lemon, Peppermint Preserved .18115 *
Howard Buildings Market ,* Iff 12' -
iaf .
square Limes Quinc,Plums Strawbejrries,Brandy fnuts, .." 'J, a
und from P
cuit. position retired other Dwellings.The .
SoKlitg Alley Lijuort and Refretkmentt, by Southern and Western Money
THOS. DOUGLAS Judge, fa., 1c. Curacoa Cordial Rue do. taken at
House contains 45 Rooms.
I F'Bridkr. City Hotel. 'true with additional subscription; or, Post Office Sumps aTtheir
Certified to be a Copy. Astral Lamp Oil. Corn Bran, taken
.
' Plilip Comet. Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, Parlours Dininz, Setting K corns,and conveniences value. -
Witness Hand and the Seal of said ,. uvkk. ittu -<'
i my Hay,. Beans 1.
&c,, Charlotte street, opposite Bridier's' .Bowling.Alley. \ Court, the lOih February. 1851. in general For Accommodation cannot Lamp Oil Cfets Hers, .A I

P. B. DUMAS surpassed.' Sperm Candles Brick,Lath Lime HajJ, PREMIUI.Anyperao.scnding .
.\ ; Clerk C CjSr. Joknt COlII&t,. The well earned Reputation this house Adamantine. Lumber Shingles,Paints, ns three snbscrioers .
I STAGE OFFICE February 15th. 1851. 4inos. has from Year to Year acquired will ,beth" Tallow do. Iron, Bar &c.. titled u' a copy of the .gfatory of PropellenT/ad!! ::.
: Office .the.Picolata Mailte, Bridier's City Proprietress,Mrs. DAVB aim to land Steam
sustain Natigaaon.
f I iHI.l\lJ PlMIJ'1 rf Tsp l1l. Naval Store Tar Rope re-poblislied in book rona-baringfirst I
f trI -WOlbLOAM. for the liberal .Patronage heretofore she Nail appeared in a sem- of
Tin
: rO re' Rosin,Oakum, Spikes Copper Sheets, articles _
) /r;* ', Ii ENGLISH AND AMERICAN turns her thanks. ,p Lead bar and sheets,Verdegris,Vsrnish.Paiat Brushes the fifth Volume of the Scientific AtneSanltS ,.

i I ,Y CHURChES.Noribside. Monumen -JDlRuce WAn mIour ETUOLEULE The Table will be supplied. with choice' Chalk Whi Jg, Putty Vermilion, Red Lead Yellow one of the most complete works upon the abject ever < :

.i ".:R.maiCsih.Zic,. Chairo Aim. RETAIL DCALEK I2f Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks, Venison,, Ochre Glue,&c., issued, and contains .about nonet? engraving"_pries .Sf"

j l "square.Efltcopal; Ckurcl. South side Monument square. ENGLISH. FRENCH GERMAN AMERICAN Turkeys and Shell Fish which'at this ,time FF Powder,do in Canisters Sporting Bar Lead 75cents. *>.'
June 7.
our Rivers and Forests abound. Two Flints Shot.Bags, Powder -
Prtttoteri Ckurck., On St. George street or assorted Shoe Flasks.
,MEDICINES. CHEMICALS I
j, p South of ihesquare.MetbdittEpiteoptlCituTck.. DRUGS, I'EBFU..UBRY.lfe.HA more ,Hunters sporting exclusively for this FishingLines..Hooks Net Twine.Lamp Wick Seine S J.- ,,

.;. ( St. George. street V ANNA CA. House. .' Twine Ifcrtle Twine.MISCELLANEOUS.Ahicante. v Old 'Virginia Batter, Ilnuix. Lard; fOnardlan'i

: neaT'the Magnoha House. replenishing Horses Carriages, Ponies Guns Fishing fa": Table Choice lot Virginia. Hams, do do do hoaldnt: :V
to
Particular a.nt1oztpa1d English end
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., 5T *, 'rEllus, OF COURT, EASTERN. CIRCUIT i the Laws of EogbutJ. Very.Respectfully, in. Sweet Spiced Caraecas Sweet. Spiced do do Mess Beef do do Batter do dr Leaf Lard, AP-

: l' FLORIDA. AGENT for Mesas. Louden &9o.;Philadelphia PROPRIETRESS.If. Plain;Prepared Cocoa; Castile Soap; Liquorice Paste pIes Oibbages, Onions, assorted, raekrs. Florida

'_ srntxo Taa.. Dr. Ja Townsend New York; IIf'lft'LHlYila.d; -l Lime Juice; Pearl Barney;Fatter Shaving and Tot- i Ont>Ces. Dried Fruitl. PerSchr GiJY. t

for the Coanties Oraegeand St.: Lucie. ,. at Mel-. lLisleyZ .Co.. Augusta ; Tibbitt, Proyidence, D.-It.a the wish' of the Proprietress !jet Soaps; Stonchton Bitten: Wine, Bitters: Writing I II. 2.P4ARRii. :
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.rUleo.the third Tuesday April. oy6 ly -' that tbe Servants attached Barley Oat
"*[for the county ef Putnam,.at Pilaika,second Toesfo'rthe 10 the House should be civil, attem-" Meal Elnra, Copperas, Pipe Clay, Bath Bricks. .
t ". WOTICE jsiirreby given to all concerned; 7na"tI live: and obliging i I Spanish flout Indigo. Wot' Ice* S I
t county .f 3l&non',11 Ocala fourth Monday t. shall,six months after &e iteceof; present to I Grocery and Glassware assorted. I N oUr.e the hereby gi en. that sU months frem -
i the Judge probate of gt. Johns County for settlement lUllltar Blacking, I I Together with a huge and complet assortment ol' firM VM0 hereof I win apjty to the 1

: !ofApril. Counties of AUehttt and Levy,at 'New- and allowance, ray accounts as Executor of JUST received a few doze Renders Leather im. Crockery Fancy,Shelf Goods.Hardware,Iron War., rioo. the Court Probate of ilL John Ceaaty.fcr !. .
;. I For the MIY..t the Estate of Francis Triay late of raid County to water and gires3 the surface an Elegant Store Ware, Wood Ware.Hats. Boots and Shoes. I my discharge as Guardian o( Michael Plu1oln aa.

J ,.Y D&DJril fintMondtjii1 at Alligator. the deceased and that I shall at the same time,.atk for polish without destroying its soft supple and elastic Perfumery.Cutlery, Famishing Articles. All of, Edward ud FrancM.papy. Mlaor Hrin, of Michael
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t I For the COI1itJ of CohUDbiat triy final discharge as such Executor. I qualities.RecafinxnendeJ. I which will be sold at a trifling advance on the orginal and Mary B. Papy. Deceased. f t .

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