The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00052
 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: August 16, 1851
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00052

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Bonll of Cubnlre patf!M band r oc4u pled by Louis. Killeier sdKar. ;store, lag, rI ,
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A1' do-J.. ,A J.1YfAlfc. Hurl \ oppressors from our ind : broke onp of the panes of glass ro the sosb. latter afo -" :
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dp: ,AdcdAuoa' will be made for notices in- Show we'll' ,be f'. '. by,this that) them jj in.hfs cve&we.} ify: nn conjrjjiced organized ,: ". .
fo'us A'tL.'br' :JJnenaccntura I
rU'd fiYe' *' hand suttrn 'to destr ffit .
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V! ha$3 mrG h.thegla"e_ ; ". ncctedtwiththiS fire has certaijiLy.psown if. r tDomin I oj .

Will be c ', on rea on.blc( nl.; Death .or vict' ry. '!!t. ''.' : By this rc many 'people nrp really .burnedout An 'annex I '. :w r

,To arms to t rise" : i"I I and left .".ilhoull lay,their eadrt. Haytien. I @
''ARrtINION' PHILADELPHIA"! arms peal fort err'Till Many who hnd, cmOY Plni9. goods, to the of cavalry, .
; throtich the land it loudly) 'rings! : Plcza the 'bill '
Rush to he '. nndpn-t tend -of Keur- Dominican
( .field to 'die t./' '
[ incorporated by ho LegUlnturc of Or reap the joys that nobly freedom, t brings: : '., J11 un J Dupo\ streets fornninoj with them ,the 'Sputhern ,

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I" city continued;blazing till o Ihie s hour ing'the. fire
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FOR THE PROMOTION OP'THEOFFICERS. t The glorious'Ilele that !
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TilE Combat for and be free. -
r.Tft OF DBSII1JIN s j.if"Ooon ;< It is understood thanhe '
,.Cpmmitte 'pf Visriilance bpul3.p'clock "
1 UNITLD li7 A.'EH. ycrbrave, -t" ; e t I' have made a large number of arrests,n being there \ : :lia
--- Unshcath the-lave, j F charge of IncenJiarisni and :theft committed the morning t .

4 L '. Death'* or victory : ..In ring;,the,(ire. Thtte wcr'rf tried and b"lpf+ Jibn rough the "t,_., ( 1.1
In\ C. CAW, Prerident. tViu.ui D.'Kttwv, (t' ably qcquittpd. Others ", _
Behold Spain's sertiPd menials near, '. oro/tjll I ;jronett,snd 'cfcared they : I. : r

ietrrttidtnt lair, E. H. BCTLKB EDWAKD, Recording MCTCDCLL tecrttary, TVra-+ i 1, loudly the Tyrants* blQ-hounds bay, held in custody bur, future -tam nation. ,R" U clock,by ( .. ',

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1 --00- Wilt make us shun the> fcltle itoy.".";|" i'* '.E EXCITF.MEKT '>T' GlLWAT, iRetJ .Tltr bv our' f 3

MAKAGERSf- Vengeance, ,our martyr'd brothers call/ I II N, ,Y. S'un, has been favored Will ,, 'j n4 'which left bl ; t .';

.- John Sirtain, Charka Toppan, Jamrji S. Wnllaer! Unfurl, our flag, tobrllleJdl., 3. '.' .' .i : f sal of a private Inter .from I .Gajwa y, Jklarid;-, Enemy; ',;
Cuba and from which it makes The bravo
Cbarld'Macalttlttr. E. H. Dgtl ". Henry 8.Paltt'r.' Iil> [ : '. the following C1 YlCt, tip i
son M. D., Chorea O.:LHcnd, Willioni D. Lew. Forward yc brave "' ,r. riving description of the excitomeqi, familial, t'I dismny the' ,
Ito Joseph D. tttewnn,M. p., Edwin R. Cope, Unsheath the lave, f city in expectation'of tl ',arriYnl of the stear on the same !1 | ," s ..f

Edward IV Mitchell,Jobn a Hart,A. M.,* Onward to victory '! -;; "', I cr North America front' New York,'slid t' t Culeta, : ,

JuarL. Claghom. ; r j. ;: : dislf, >pcintrncnt when its was beard she had the enemy o. .!
I Almighty God oil'rcpt power, ;: )been bouglij' and her destination changed. These events \ ..l

Every Membior. for 851, I Father uf all,to thee we kneel' ";' It will be remembered 3hat the announce-. three :' t"A ,.' !

Will ino' t-aeh 8ubecrip U&1U, Protect us in this rolemn hour; 'A L menl of her purchase and lunge of destinv; rail : ''u.,.' +

frt tllttH' I Cast o'er our cause thy holy shield,. lion ,tjtnot! ma-Jo until thq hour propcisml, Adds, in a Y. : l

IIUhTiKGTONa' ', 'HER :,* ThH And if wetfallO soothe most bigl, for tier departure, conscquimly when the my vas so ; -, '., ,

CHILDREN *i widow's' grief -the orphan's. F, Fr-'- news riucht!CalwayftftlMl t',p eat P lit 'were' neighborhood, : ,,( .j I .
Free them from tYf momentarily lookIng her '
unY.Onnn for arrival. The mediately' ;,
Snird\ly\ JOSEPH A1VllRBJVSfBo''f! I I brave 'I" ,
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1 Jul/, says: tranquility ) .
AND THE COMPANION, Your otlry save -' : 6 T-iineiuJii: ( .isthirexciterpmit in Galway nlso,promised !f.'f; ,4

A print oflluatisgtou'.M4RCFS DREAM'' : nd slav'a',, :, it this day. Oi { of .
tidChli r eui r,3u you, huajfU tact steamer after VI"IID| ;, ; ; :
(1"0111 by A. II.RITO/Tle"' Nf1lfIffa"ot1. G 1 named Nbrtti Atncficju which was hinr- I UomLnicansi .,'T ::j t
I U11t.11 SAlf FRA : rive here from Now V.ir"Ve 'were assu- cnc4, will '
Or ibr chciee AfaDj two of the fa .lowing 0. :
!I .t 'i / tied by letters from Dudly [ers arly the victorious ip r |
Four ,
fy Jlfeadld Eurra"luII
last mouth that the t66 ; "
Vlticcn entire Blocks Consumed. company would surely 'pg '- I
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:for Dot describe, to ,' 'HJ"no." .ttie t people,otoccasioni I manifest :
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!rj.-Rvrn AM>BOA Mlt4t7ikr!! l; are< 0' '" tbl MpeUaw wnft tde I II fir; 1I"fla)1I"n'ttr'h t"
:T .* Surtahi< '." 'u Several. Live, >ost. i I bflnrdWl're iQslnn: euu>ly Jml.l-u public' per ndtt u+ ,

.-Mutcf'a Du1Jlr'P ti4Ii' 11u"in .acratat I ; dinner ugn.'ed to in order topiviiU i .xjdtjmlidreccpiion tinue faithfully t : ;, 1,; .
wlby Ritchie > hilt New ipdpnns papers, rocavcd last i to tins'-ImcrxMsi p.Hsin er3, nnl the cifttoni( ft '

,..-CIII.JIt'IUYfP HER CHII.PIK,Painted 6y 7/nn nlihtContalnT.fftU tieccnints of the dew rnciive I the theatre was beautifullyUUdl up for the Given n the ,t' .-

[ tixgtanRngraordbp4rdrrws. ,, +flre, by which a large portion of the city : (occasion. I saw ii li<;hi<4)), nn-l.l It surely Sud. June, j'
And a copy of theNhIlade1Phjtt : of San Frnncusco has been consumed ; ,the I II was most bcau'.ifuU: ()ier I'm c'.i-i+r wits' the ** : ,

Art ITuIon Reporter, I news'w.ts brought steamer'Alabama, I'' harp illuminatcvl with g as; nil vtio! Biters; The I : a i

Alnonthty pamphtrtcoUlluninlt a n-j>or of the trans- nrrixcd nl that v p b'hO Alta, California. were decorated with evergreens r.nd splen- : ;

Tctioiuot the IttMitutioo. and iofoinatiou tm tIlt sal#- TJ1' did lights for the reception uf ladies. : .

subject uf the Fine Artfl There is nojloubt' that terrible fire eras At :the end of the house-was t'm! spread AsOTHEa ', a 'J

THROUGHOUT TilE WHOLEVORLD.. the work of The time trelo;, caglc| accompanied with tire crown, 1111J the I 'W 1,
'- 00--- I ted was a good one,just as people were goingito"church (ettcr4Vand Abcauj fully lit in : The"; t 11'. _
gas. .
The Art 'Union of rWa!eiphsa award, prize in on Sunday morning! ; and the ceiling was all festooned, wirti various4 colored .I Dominicans \ }1

4u own C rii..catcs: with i lij |13l Aiucrietin place wall ti on'a hll.! from which the firi' draperies. All this 'was going on in ,I dependence : ".

f works of Nrt may 'beuirchitpFitHKM oldie U. must' inevitably have spread to thg whole' city. one quarter, whilst Mr. Darjrnn, on the otherside frontiers, and ; '

inter. at'lhe' option) and tit !ctiori'crtlpi8on who Heaven protect the demon who is proved to pushed the poor dpyils on the railroad -,I. ,wished to ,
may obtain prize at the1tltnnal have-been'concerned' in this' diabolical. act. It ,and made them work'tiight and day' emissaries i'I.. d'

DlUrltmUon, is impossible at present to give,any thing {Iiltean I never could imagine such work could peldoac the other : ." '
: last tceekdbyintwy accurate account of the amount of property dune the last month1.ttuld severe blow ? '
lie here
Which tafes'p'i2CC"on tie Kviutig.of; by man,as was ':
Year. destroyed or of the losers. Probably about \ you believe it, the rail is all laid Mayba. '!. I" .
five hundred houses and three rnillions'of dol ,Our. brave
down,and the engine coQ run to-morrow ibr
THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF, TUB lars', worlh, of property h4o been, destroyed.The Dublin. -'" 8 Colonel l JOtlq ':vl'' .

!f AllT UNION, scene upon the Plaza was terrific and Such was the 'desire in every quarter to eryon the, ..

Wbra w requ ift, lect"or Artwlthootdiart
f or comfae tioc, 4rca their parts of the city and after the buildings on the that wooden: stairs were made at the ling them to
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FRET GALLERY,S10CHESNUT STREET, north side,and the adobe buildings had. caught dock and at Loughatala for goods",dhd pass, their liner, :

Tor tbofe persona in the coontry, who may live rj- and were burning,''many ot the goods on the angers, uniforms for dock-gate ,men, bun- New 'laurels .

mote(rum G,Ucri-,afbublie ezliibidona. of theE Washington side of *the" Plaza were coon in ling cut up for colors sailors dressed in nn>' people, and o
civilized '
1r F'anl'p I flamo.e form in the yachts new clothes for the watch the '
, I IiO patients In the City Hospital iufnber- men, nnd the stands ,or sheds of the 'old part ofouf'ra : t y
should be made In bout ninety were removed in lot.in the .
Subrerip'tioM''of merobetthip, $5 a Change, all torn down. In- fact such waS Soldiers ? I :
' 'u early as practicable w n to entitle members, rear of tho Hospital. the preparation that it was all bustle,bustle 'since 'con .
I early aniuben ohhe "Reporter,", wbkh will be.OI't'I 'd prisoners in the city prison, were re Again,' there was !-hard contest between rcras, driving ;

: wtrde4.aoa the reeept ftf the money to any part mend d 'to the county"Jail. The principal Michael Carr and Thomas Connell,' the auc nnd ,:
I A f the : houses destroyed the Plaza are; the Alta
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tioneer who would the
,will 1 receipt for to, try get contractfor and terror .
Secretsrief give
I I The,Jlooonrjr California office, Lafayette, Jteslaurari, Jack- the dinner, nod Thomas Connell succee the Int
be made toComtponding '
mnittaDC6 ana, 4,
I aubecriPtloM.or sort louse the old Adobe.Louisiana,Maguire'aHoUse "
.r OEORGV.. DEWEY ded. lie boiled as many hams and killed of humanity ; :
the Jenny Lind Theatre the Presbyterian would i /
Secretary, as many fowl as you imagine should you des R ,
: of the Rev. Albert Williams
do He ice from Dublin '
i I Chesnut Slri t.lJhnndelphla. burned. ,- a regiment. pot aherz.thl .: :
': in Stockton' street, was with a, good lot of veasion. Poor fellow he made in de ,
UKtf Ole PtcOSEVI' Six streets from east to west and five, from '
may tit himself nowr In fact the, preparations had broken '
mG VL&IM &TTDSVI1Ji north to south, Including tOn entire, squads' ,. on Connell's part were #rnost sumptu-- make pre ,!," .
QTON. 0" andtthe major part of six o er.. ,
< .01>. 8P W.&tf.I oas, but I suppose the committee will l remunerate new triumphs i ; "
I ber '.D4trt&knbe collection 1 A man was shot dead by an officer In Bush. him.' ''l'bO..tJhVltdtlor.64W&1'e t..DD- moat. I
f tat mtsoer <>f' plundering the) placed there t
.f tad tdjostetat t> property menus the-partfejnnvited were the to the world. .
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-.cS JSeXts CT.drmsndl'againt dal Covert,- .bv-. thesugeremin. tbe.fire..i -. ; ti., :. Movor and Gouncil. of Belfast '. Reynolds,the ri

wemof a oUed.Scau. or.air fordgn&tte ,Dior Charles 8.: Lyons was ; (found bused ;, t ]i I member 'for Dublin,,and Keough-,the member Dominicans i't' ,

,coim%i;oforolar;of,the: pnuD' tpazuDeaUl "pl death on Jacksonstreet, between Dupont and for Athlone. You will ask who was to nnd their i. f.

W ton Kearny'.streets. No'particulars' could be obtained i for these invitations?, }t was 'arranged our tvrants ; \
TbHNocmtCC of Patents, A ny and N'arjrPen..UectioAi concerning manner of his death. that pay :two 'hundred ,would bo j invited' inclu defiarice" >of' ,
lioN, of accounts against the Got eintnnt Mri Bach, of the firm,of Bach, ,Burnett; poet to ;ibe! I
I ;;tit toad claims,and every demand other aft Cowas, burned to death in endeavoring to ding! 4he eighty I.rtrican.'pAssengersr'andtwi3 6pohtaneo& : j '. :
gentlemen at l ;
hundred of the Galway
Caterer kind ibe
''Kern requiring prom save bis storeroom.Geo. n re7 devoured '. '
,efficieat ecrrkei of agent pet ticket-no_ticket less. Wo had rc : ,0
an ft ttorney of Scotland about of'castes.
1 LIubbard,a native ;; tilt "
A reiiM e of fourteen years at the seat of the'Federal bad been his ers here 'from 'DUblin, Watcrford, Cork / i
who confined
4C years of age, The' of the London Times
Gkmrameat.; with thorough and familiar ac- eri:t&e. editor f1t; .
Jackson nation*
In for
house street eight ful ,
bed In a '
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.qUlWitb'. the carious ystems and routine while was hourly expected; .and; to conclude the 1 with the' '1)1' "
public ttimets at the diStarnt offices u well u in days> put expired being' removed to the description was, p paacd'.by the 251.1* of 1: ( ;, ,'
do not honor %
Ccnjrt addeho thisfne arras to the ablest!** Plar. I : : June, the day the America was expected to : 1
'' !, if needed,Jastifies tM -cndenigaed inpl Dr.'Delyah a French ,physician, residing arrive; when tbe 'un elcome ncvs'ach in this Uadl ; : '

dtiajth,falle tttU9actJoa and the utmost dis-. ,on Pacific street pearly opposite the Polka, UH that she 'would'not.BI1i1 before the 24th. come and :

patch to than i who may eatroat their bttiinM" to his discovered bit premises on Are thereat, But why/ ttempt a description,of the anxie.ty -< tinue careless : "
caw.' .twellijMwn to the raft**'part of theofttena lone before the fire-bad. reached. from the prcvapngln Galway .during the remaining us to ; I .

of U idlKri ,audio many'%Dt1tmea mite adjolaiiJC buildings! ;.'when -he was shot' inthepistol' .. 'eIght days,to the 1st of July. Oh, borI distant -" : 4r

have beef meoahen- of both Mower of Congreca' in ball, probably1 by ,the in* I ribs.to relate the'N. Y., Sun- arrayed with I neighbors* ,
tK .last t elw U i extend ration by "
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MSI J ther news that the America-was'sold, and '
oodc0 ; '. ,
.b11p1ek\ tmtcllt of !
ft' di veted.'carrylng'otrba1c'oC. a Inns
Mexican !
,A. with 'it .the brospectS'Of: Ireland Surely
U6a.'be ; flJ
# .goods from Washington itr el, when species. : : f
:ours is unfortunate '
countrythe English
CbuIfI rfecc wfflbc fe tedby the nktnn and wasseiKd; :by\hey owner 'an c Atl tblaiit-.A1. 1 tJ 4mte to all sir'e'td4ras '. he lac down the goods. Ths''hosedto; do, gold, ktmyed.us..: --I '"" '. ,fit 1June, f'.

I 11.C.SrALD1NGLAu'r, number of 'personscRlund threw 'ubllCe ; r '
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AugdU.-.--, "W, fIL' hi4itODD" ,,, limtdowmmd literalljr itamp Uiim to death.' "" '&CLISH' DECSXAEDS:From .an estimate of ; .,

t otce'F: : The -u eTldently, an arranged'' plan. 'Itt i the number of drunkards In, England and ; .' :ft -
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I aamaa8.O B. CAKRt wharf. lie was arrested, ,and it. is understood I and one to every.74 of the females.. Unless i it r

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THE'I'1 ,IUt' ANCIENT CITY.'I I I The Demooalie Party of the North.If tion to demand recognition of the Independcnceot ; and Right' ReV: Edmund Knox, Bishop of allowed on short.acqunln tftnc ,. bla '. .

', Oubn.our gov rnmcnt.Jlet the 'con- Limerick-Limerick, 'the city.of her birth.'fbcre to the poor grinning and blushj t'.iln'p'lefo .
it be true ns Mr. Toombs, the Whig i it a legend that, while boating with though she hatnotminJ 1.
sequences be what ,they may, will be forced enO lIE! ;o& e1owQ '!
Representative In Congress of G'orgiJ,5\YS: I some of his family on the Shannon, their make any'complaint. The 6Cnst bl?iielfroDi' ; .

I'.1. haftlfe Democratic party i i') ,New Jersey, by public opinion to -rcco nize thorn. The attention was Attracted"by the ,young.and delicious lidcd.m the semi-darkness cf iHfe: arV *n4 1IW ". tf1

Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa, following 'LJ }the &6rgi ._ counts. f houses hose gardens have the .ood) fortune nee, of being wrapped JaUe. ratal .

... .N aESlSTAJCE 'I'W ALL WHO. OPPOsE TJir.'ia\; ': .!.rnay(| look forz1: with, ,.'. 101":1 only that biro of n child," said ono preached wul\his lantern.toonceal: 1 hismaaipulations. ".
><:I t.- :. hope to the nfo:. PrekJcntial" election,-the Grfeat Excitement la Havana. of the batmen "whose aunt, or some one j JGL ,It r

,8T. AUGUSTINE AUGUST. 16th, ,J8 I".yr above medT&.tes ceding! New Hampshire aI43I1'ORTAfjTNE .*. belonging to her, lives iittlhe Earl's rand lit- WhiIeir. Boston, I saw no presenter, t

--- Iv8'1'R 0.11 INTERIOR tie Kitty, the' darling g IY'ouL of the noiseof sight. Uwrt that of three brolherj,ftm'' after". _!
4 :with thjlDemocratic Slates of the South are Patrick street and from her ., a .
GOBe back to UToU FriradsiZ away companions long separation, and occpuyinjLfth*fcan>o-. f
; fnoughWelect. Mr. Toombs has*:certainly ,4 SUPPRESSED. : down you among the tress and I pulfltt being all clergymen. ? '

It | .& from iJie recent *malg mati
opttum-of union, u it it ryleJ-- the New with great frankness,
York whtgs, that Mr. Fillmore it onre more vj mth 4 Florida KcysJ i shy as a young hare, and the voice leaves ministry, men of learning, and biJjft. zeal.
readers :. t
wjflbo *
old Jil4t/""",*y the tide afijjcward and Gmley.Iu interesting to pur few Whig j her when asked to '!inVbist! listen to bus in rood works. '. .,

result it h no meant surprising to us. All to peruse his exact language, as it will be COURIER OITICK i., bowsho_ quivers in 'the Lass: OfGOWri/;' mill There i u nothing new* in town thh morning. .; .

.Atftf/JSnfcfef/ all hit attociationt, hart heretofore gratifying to our Democratic one's,to know CHARLESTON,'August 7-1 1, 1C P. II. ( sure, my lord, if you ajcnd her to' do 't, she We are in hourly expectation of bo steamer :

been with tie. free-toilert Aid abdilionit't,and.U it Ills views of the party north. In his letter accepting NeuJ York, Aug. 7.-Coton firm.. 2,000 could'n.t ...it isn't you understand, thaA she ,Emjiire.City. from Cbagrcs witli. : Califcui.J!

but neural that he tlavld return to hit finl love. nomination for baL.sol ldtoddy., Middling..Orleans 8 ; U I'. wouldn't-only shyness tacestbe) ; strength out news-arid: uoM dust. i
No davit the term of the union are acceptable to Congress speaking' lands .8.ifteamship. of her voice; the only pleasure the delicntu Money is still in ac'ivtf demand in 'Yil'j!

Jfr, Ffltewrt, and the pUtform presented t udk a., ot f the olli* '-alncrrsentimen: he says: Georgia has at rived with #00 little craythur seems to have jn life i is with street. %; ** .I' 1

f ,one at 'he it prepared to occupg. Let the Smut ? ""Itl>* acknowledged exponent is the Free-soil passengers. She'brings Ildvana dates to the her book and songs, and its just like being Sleamer f-corgia'trom Now-- Orleans \jtyh ..

look to it that no Mf-hearted, pseudo.friend ffthe party, but it is also virulent and dangerous id!" inst Great excitement prevailed at Havana in heaven te hear how she jiogs in the moon- Adams Co'" .Express.' Freigntfii. expected: "

lJlfiqn, .iA,W.compromises and guarantees, beemjhrough both in the Whig and Democratic,parties at on trie reception of ihfs news from New light." to arrive to-morrow. .

!"Z"n.eduWI the tuning if design. the North. The Whig party has ,succombed Orleans on the meqting'of the Cuban sympa r.'A triumphant shake,with which the young 1

4 tng4.Baltknore Argus. to' it, nnd it, controls the organization that thizers.' 'The Government suppreseajthe Catharine concluded, 'and now she's Lndy, TIlE DESTINY OF iF1AN SJYtRr.! .. .> ; t
-:- party, Jn every non.aln holding State in the, 'publication of -gazette: which contains important tiowrie,'still more astonished and delighted the : The extinction of.ll\ver l "' nul'ter' Be- \

'JR"JS r paper qttho2Gth oi ln,t.month; Union.. Il thoroughly *' .tfeMttotialixed sedioriZifeafc intelligence from the interior, until boating party proved that poor Paddy aji1ogy view, No. 109. Julr l8a '1" 4
DrcMimaeotoour neJ&bour ttie JatlclPb '" .the Georgia hd: sailed.It. is reported that D'. deservejdAnd'-bflUertl&aa alL.determined .The. ..., -. ? Ie
we Jc of "by itfemd ciU, ,nem'.w e another National. v-i. 'tIi. .........'.. *, bA 's ,*+:>-- I ...f. -. -. ** f -.in ,. ,
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', 'never'rneetfnie SewardSrlndW.intbrops, Several I, captured patriots were snot 'Th e the :ihnnnon. 'fhe third article of" the V&cfnhiuer' R1t'l '.

, .W .&n nttin thO" t n \Y tf1 und Vintons and Iuhnsns,and Baldwins of the Government has jooere4| pardon .to 'all who She will leave ''England .a cdmpnnied'by view, fur ,July last, commences with the "loFf ''

',whIc1i. \ responded to, Jnt&rngn.s North,m' another National Convention. We are will lay down their arms!except the leaders. ker m ther. aboutihe second week in August, lowing paragraph : '.

from h'inr.he, 'has, not lovoultd. us with reojies Indebted to the defeat of,the policy of these The new SpaiUsh troops are dying fronfthe under the conduct of Dr. Joy, who has been shivery i ii extinct in. the Unitedmlngdom'

; whereforefhls Silence; does our fr end' men for the existence, of the.government this effects of the climate. The loyalty of many selected by Mr. Beale to manage the Americantour. and in all its dependencies. This eh J having.
'do"< We'shall, trust them no more. '* of the Spanish regiments is doubted. The company consists of Luventi, as been achievedtno means of bringing ';'about, :
... find the' 'iubJec bard of digestion and on ...The- Democratic party ot ,he North, though Large bodies.of armedmen, are reported to conductor; Herr Uengi, baritone; Augustus its extinction, everywhere have been edrneslly "",* I

' recount"oestre to shy it ? we'waitjiL, irdstruicd, i is nut yet utterly destroyed by have collected on, tbo Florida. Keys., Braham: tenor, (ana a delicious tenor he ishis canvassed! There is but one feeling,, in !

.explanation.., 0i hip same cause. This Free-soil element L_ '. voice so like his father's-its> very echo;) this country/as regards the wlllingness1 co. '

LJuniu&ntb in Massachusetts Richardson,flute. ; perhaps Regondi." operite for the purpose with other nations '
I sways the party triumphantly The Southern Pressof the 6th says :"';AYe .
( :i Tea. I and to 'a very great extent throughout authority that the Cap- For further item, see our New lork' Cor similarly disposed although there1.are numer _
are informedton good ; :
:* New England. It has annihilated it in New.I ous and conflicting opinion, as to which, ot' :

,Esq .|rho is engaged .in culitivotinji fork, and controls it in Oh.o. But the majority tain-General of Cuba, COSCHA, recently told respondent. 4Correspondence all) the means sujueste-J: for our adoption can '

1 |fas in &uth' ,Carolina, writrs that I of that party in New Jersey, Pennsylvania onj9 of bur naval officers that if it was necessary o/thekucicnt cJity. be most successfully employed 'i

.he*is drinking some of birown raising( : .wblchIB1Jes. Indiana, Illinois and low lit a re as yet to secure the Spanish authority in Cuba, NEW 'YORK, August'5th, 1851. The New York Tribune says : .
S "But toll to leave slavery alone it
t unsubdued and still capable of a mighty effort we are ;
: ..superior to Chiang ten he thefslaves would Deliberated and armed *
ever vis
nny theConstit ution and the Union." : I have just liven Massachusetts a flying is the special curse of the South an for
j < \ .drank. Had Uocj. Perrino lived, it could ... agtinsl the, patriots, and the guns of; Moro it, but not in the "flying machine" that pro- have nothing do with i i. This i is a great *

1" .:Lave been, announced, from. 'Florida. ero this, Cuba. castl wo'uld be turned on Havana.If posed vehicle of aerial I locomotion not beingin mistake ,in even' way. As journalists: it U # .'

,thatFloridinns were drinking coffee and tea that intention of the Spainish au- iovun our rijjhtnnd duty to discuss whatever interests -
? bethe order i ?
;; ) (: The Declaration of Independence put forth good working iuenlerprjsing Ih public, or \Vb tever.- we think oughtto

:' ,of.theirown., 'rql lpl.' 1 by the Cubans, is certainly an able and patriotic thoritlosr would not only justify but require tor" always'being short (some how or other) interest whether in New York, England,

t document hardly not only the'Southern States, but the American of the "about 8200 requisite fa iU comple Carolina, oi, India.JBut [in slavery we have .r
-one can
) i :- ; !immediately. For a boa a nearer interest than this; for it is an, Amer.
? , Mciifoi individuals capable of uttering such sentiments { government to interpose tion. The Flying Machine is .said 'to under ican and exerts itr baleful influence
V Institution
; 1 4 Since the: United: States handled this na.tion (circumstanced as the oppressed are massacre of the whites. as at Rt. Domingo, a shed at Hoboken, awaiting donation. Over the whole Republic. 'all of whicft (

: / so roughlyfoihcr( nations, consider her under that oye rnment), wlH. easily be put could 4iot be)tolerated oft principles either of ,|rom public spirited gentlemen to give "the is weakened and endangered byweakness and 'J. '1

:A fair game, thus, the: British Minister in Mexico down. If there is any reliance be placed humanity or policy by the federal government. i finishing touch.\.." Its destination when off the danger I in any of its 'part*.-not tu say any f

of or the Southern States stocks is not advertised, and consequently J thing ot ,the disgrace this institution cast upon

. i:' in'consequence failure tthe Mexi.cans -I I upon :the telegra phic accounts and correspon gj yet. the
: ,: ." .in.roeeting ,some of their pecqnary. engagements den ''from both tides,it appears that at least It is said that French vessels of war are' at the.rush for. berth.s is not so great as it was last Besides spf are l Ihble! to be called .

; has notified'' the Mexican President Cuba and the officers, manil est unfriendly evening oir board the Connecticut, a noble > <<'
one half of the "cter faithful Island has struck on U> sendtback>ifl| iyes and net which cert .
4 that if. his \Qov rnmelt. does not re. for liberty3. It : rs' natural for Americans toted feelings towards American officers Perhaps boat on -"Norwich line," by ;iwhjcb, I returned tainly 'te'ridHnu participants !in their, en"'Livink. "fi

.' .ceive'ppsjtive' : ,; assurances by the. ner. steamer a p"nterc8tin; this struggle,-the elements .' this is because there1: agfe cTlered officer*among from Boston,'this morning; Moreover,. it is tcqlate<
''': lhathe claims'pt tho English .creditors would' not be There are, sometimes, amusing passages think stopping thu discussion, of ,this.sub-, r J
'. of a true Republican. ,.-.love.of. lib the "Trench.e. ... surprised very ject. It will be discussed, .tnd the.best thing; '
will botI 1i6e4. J it will take active and I' erty,and conseque nt ;H.!ed' of'aLL.oppression" that French and E JdJ.h intervention were attempted of real life in the railroad' ._ cafi especial-*,_ WiW.commojr .i is to look at it peaceably aruL sincerely} and

prompt measures against Mexico to enforce and sympathy wUb ft istoriune---1): ), thesesentamentsfhe jnd that it would lead to a more comprehensive I, in Q10ute trnvened" .cb .his' say 'the whjjje trutta'aton! ItY t

.those claims. The. Frce-Soilers having get is; governed 7* .throughout: .,*-be struggfe than)' hc mere liberation people who, seeking p 1r have tbrQwo \Westminster Jfeview is publshed, we

\ .Uce"from her John Bull I is smacking exis suppose Westminster, which ir suburb: of
.such 'a feels that "hftthodejends oppression ,shares the of Cuba. ,*. off the restraints of w rk.day -
iexpose1 London, and thes Tribune in the city. of Now
:': his lips forabjte.. crime,:' Under these noble irripulsescateless : ten ce. l' York. The two citiesot4ondort'end New

:' of misrepresentation, and despising till dangers E Mme ti 4 ,:.Muuy families i,including gentlemcns. wives; York contaia,together a population. ot. tJjrca
; ;! *'"' *:fin ""- .'
03: Election C8) i4 .
Aapst ; < I fll -
1. .4 .it i is to be cxpectedfAincricans. wll&join '" sie theslv e8 uut1itra : : :::; *'. '
fTnecrfr wal Tri et.
the Kortfif. u
__ was. yi '
The elect olia.Jor..! t. C.ar- L": ";" ,1. ua -L1J--. ibme of theCqbjian' operators In those. waht i '
tC-1 rice i
I them trs' it wrf ld .be lo ttyiVthe 'course f the. respect pike narsefy on wholesale princi chpsHtbe| _suffering:
: t and alledjfing they will themselves rniserydLserdeath, crinw ntt.'
Kentucky-tfnianaV.Missouri Jowa, are soon expose auperisn\
I gulr-strenm. ..From all that ye gather, tv ples. I had my bwn little crowd'i, buL nnmenlely than
} ; are greater
-All Rome'is interested in the among saves
just now
now ,having taken .place i in, some of the incline to the opinion that the Creole population ) we were "not circumstance" toWn famify. of the South: The nctiul'labor performed .

States on the first mondat of-this, ,month and of Cuba are.*.serious and, 'd termincd.ucb .- struggle between General Gemeau and the. OCcup'ing,1X seats opposite. It consisted of fs, perhaps, greater( ; the actual comfort real

(fnptbers on the first*burldo1 thereof. The being the case let us contemplate the PaP authorities, with :legnrd to. thcoccupatuJrllif a young New York lawyerand his lady, and, ized is certainly less. Inthoecitk'thec 5
the localities demanded by the former of refinement and civilization in lha
: ,returns os they come in ore interesting to children two hm>-, ;
> conseqUfncf'S'IIi- h may result tIi {C 'rom.In their four and q.tIant. A tine
and rctusedtby the latter. The French Jspheres, men and wonn urn not bought forte
the politician.i Some of these States o-wit,
; .t our npinionit is a' momentous period for healthy little squad of n'ae4hev were) \| but they are bought and void the day '
is to b<: raised in Home to 14,900 men, by
ot Nortb erolinn.nnd Kentucky have been visited United tJtutes.but more particularly the South.It army and hqwridd awake. e of.lhenu mighty or night, week, mouth or year. rhAY are

by,their favoured Statesman in the Cabinet is',wefi kSown that Sjfoin is largely indebted -The Mexican GoVe/nment invite theccristructionofa proposals .- spirited infant of four summers, begar? to cry not( bought for life, fur they are not sufficiently -
until t her 20th of' September, for valuable to the eeises
\ of
Graham Gen
and pay their
Secretary Attorney to Great Britain, .ilf payment of which is with forty-child power, before we left the sup.
in childhood shd
railroad from ,Cruz. to the They
port nge. are
Crittepden, who Ixiloy pieces, on ,the politi- secured upon the, Jsland of Cuba.; As a nation Pacific Boston depot, because a bag containing her ketableunly in h/ and their prime.
and hence the
of Mexico to
cal Chef board, it remains to be seen wheth ihcn, Britain will allow of no revolutionthat City ; t, gingerbread was no>> whereto be found; and The labor of _. NHnrfviay in New York,

: er they are sustained by the .pawns., From I will'prIveker her money. The An- Fifteen years.:nre to b allowed fur the completion though an almost inexh'tustable! stock of playthings can be boughijjny ns that of a slave of equal .'
of the work.-Ith i said that Yellow strength oWskill in the
the results of.these elect ious and the remain drawn South. The la-
ti m Britain will all their was by-well-provided
t ; Slavery poI use upon
fever isnviking fearful ravages among the bor of a white: woman Jor eighteen koutt
ing fallelections) we may draw some conclusions energies to Cuba from in'.o nothings could divert her attention. per
prevent passing troopsWecently arrived in tuba from Spain. nurse day in making shirts,in washing in millinery
ai to.the Presidential,move on_the Whig i hands (here slavery woul4 be perpetuated. has 205 half of Presently a younger: baby,of the same brood, can be bought for much less than the labor

" : side. If,the "(/ um" hobby and .th% /Disunion Franco has'also an understanding on.this subject Massachusetts newspapers cMght the infection, and raised a sympathetic of a Southern female slave. Worse than
c'ir does ,not succeed, then it may be- which a re published In tJ) stonVhiUovp.revoiling' is drown that, the chastity of a white woman,
: with Spain. Let the Creoles then but DistricTof cry, which an elder one sought to young
in the Columbia, and beautiful, U notoriously '
: 'come,ncpetsary: (President Fillmore to castle persevere,-Great;-Bu tain at least, is' bound apparently with'the clamors of 'a watchman's rattle, that commodity: and can be bought a marketable '
as an'epidemic,-Dr. ymond, 11'' every day and
:i and the politi&l moves will) be. altogether' and will interferejjroviding: : Spain ,ceases Physician of New Orleans, has prepared tables made our ears snap. again. at all hour-the chastity, or the person or women \
. .chang. d.l.' NORTH. CAROUNA. the COh iCt, or becomes overpowered., Will : which show that New Orleans.is. far The starting of the carsr produced an agree- manners.of every variety of attainment,family anX.. r. ',

the United States as a nation, Great Britain able lull of which the mo'hor and the
permit in the Union 60ff( kegs of nurse tntwe cities
sickliest In the conditica
The ret rns from this State, are not sufficient the City ,- human lifeia
to foreclose and take possession of the took advantage to prime the children all round miserable, thMi diflfdren .
to give, the final result. os. far as heard gun-powder were among the shipments recently so youn : are expos
kh from the Democrats havo gained and. it is Island Will Southern States, permit the_ from New York to Hayti with gingeYakc, and a bottle of milk, obtained tgdtp want, to disease',a ndtteath, in so many
: Ibrtm that
scarcely a iblrd
Abolitionists of England to colonize.fin their. from an immense reticule just then of them escan '

.. 'cof\fidentlji.P\ rte4, that Stanley the Whig vicinity, t or another Black Empire to :be established TrtLjglobe may now be circumnavigated by' serving a grave.judge-like looking boy an .untimely grave. In those.cities, the "oX
!k candidat- Congress,: has, been beaten by Btearrr i in 140.days,-Henry 11. Hooper &.c. Iffemes of wealth and poverty! are seen
T ; for a scat. With the exception,of a.,few I little! bloated
voluptuous, and selflsjr
; Ruffiril "a Democrat* l have .contracted to cast, an alarm, bell for wealth-and
---- To prevent either, we must become involved skirmishes i in"respect to the dutribution, of pinning*haggard, despoodant, and desperate:
: "ALABfA '
t. New York City weighing 20,000 pound, be.iog'aboudouble ,
; Theelection in Alabama'" for Governor In a war, or, the patriots must succeed without these edibles, matter were quite 'easy and povert* Crime' abounds. Thousands of po.
the : other ll I
: t 'I weight.of any lice officers are appointed and
b : 7 Members of Congress and State,Legislature. complaint ogainst us as a ,nation. Pecu now in usein the State.. On the.firsf; page of amicable for a few: minutes. Just behind vettandpunIshcrimeandyct' there paid to tore-

Mobile District Judge Bra ; Southern niarily, the. freedom of Cuba would, art be them xat a lady and gentleman, who being women, and children In ago .
In the ,, ( the last ,:Jacksonville News, there will be men ; their prisons. ....
t k Rights candidate) for Congress has been elected much to the United. States, and more' particularly f und a long article, written under :the Cap- childless, had adopted a little boy wbich sat jail, and Penitentiaries, and mare crinjej- 5.

Southern lights'Governor to the'sugar growing 'portion 6f.it,-in I up, between them, and was 'n occasionally, muted than nmonjf all the slaves ol tho SoutJi .
alarg ntycityA Honor will '
by lion" The Codeot make Men Ret r:1'
I&tO'.c citi
; Collier has-been elected. The that point cif view, Cuba has more to gain! treated by bis proprietors with a drink from, toxtth i, is ltinA Ie,. ,. J.
k .( ) 'other ir onmbs -
i'ecil to. .. ( Whig 1tnoanong.&thern'tliTel-I .. .'
I / 'contest In'the 4th 4 d' 6th. Congressional Dls5c than any nation.' Here is the 'only fault jredence. -- cri, .* .threSoflhsin" ; .a.tumbler.. AltogetherMhe' day thade-.4aith i i Andy :{here ate' .w;: #bbh1ng ii4rTlO7
,t. !
FY .wtt'" ", ---I "' -!! I_.. *''', humane apperance.&,more's v jndeed, than plate, who ; .
.f appears fclos :hances in. favor ,ofwsw ..':5; UI4..Wr.. < is ret. a. deroz ad formidable i >iuytiJuuiHua1ojreueyQ fuI a .,
j r rd SoutfaernllUgnt*} .in the 5ihr The .-wo thinlt those patriot,V while they appeal in America po&ictnlhniath r welWressed, thickset", heavy4, English look- sJ ge the miseries of their 6wg pee la i& th8jr "
element Whig
:I ( r .to Americans for sympatbyfond assis*- Ing\man (with a large head, red face, a. nose own neighborhood but must specI.sa:1y incea-
Smbmissloaists' ( claim pie igIstature.which partj hat tuccoatbed to, it, 'and it controls the oo schemes to abUbh the : JZ*
taD o should have offered to' pay' Great Britain .. of gleaming copper, and eyes muddled by the slavery of 10
Senator .Clemens.
to : that
will elect successor Organization of partyin. every m- tlate- fLf\ G9ThedesUnyofsUyery+
KENTUCKY. h da"fu.aC. D4 upon,tbejsiand, whjch idling .State 'in the Union. A wrketzn ,the fumes of: brandy) who at Framing bam, .-thedoonibfsfavery. ';

J ,; It is claimed that the Democrats have elected would have left England without, a monied .Florida Sentinel says, jKiudckery Ja ai I common after having tumbled off the car at the"peril of deserves consideration of Southernparticularly POPil .

1 Powell l&eirjGfovernor in,this Btate, bich Is interest for interference,or pretence for' waging in medicine" his life came in and dropped into a seat partly because some of thrrn .ave liJien: ,.
political economy .liS ed so much to the dogmatic '. .
.:. ; ,Democratic gain. 'J'beWhip difficulty with heVnite4tites. I monopolized by 'a tall, white-haired. old and pmgmatte '
an unexpected A Gold Mine has been Discovered in Africa t cturesoC phartseesVthat;
'.In. extenuation, however:, it- may' be said, : whose laborious slumbers fce, materiilly they hlne'tODtracted
but reduced man: ;
haw elected IJ.Governor by majorities. which is claimed by the"French end the Bey'orT the' notion that Afrton 'slavery ?. *!
: The Democrats have done nobly in and with a great deal of propriety,. thai the ;serious disturbance disturbed to his manifest :.dissatisfaction, and somehow or other. an institution that hi reS ,..
inia ,
a probably
1 may
Inhabitant Dot legally morally bound Drunken cehrrd i its Kenience.from these '
in are disgust. men are usually
1 he.extileIe&ation Congress expounder t
L4 :ibis Stateand Boston Post, Since very
: trill stand,5 Democrats Whips and one In- !I for money loaned and used to tyrannize over resul.'f'fbe! says:- philoprogenitive.: This one turned his most civilizationand! must saon ,pass.awavVhCt. 's'
l lam has beep w are the Indications 1 .
I : deed ntWig. Mr. Criltenden was elected them and thatEngland'sbouid: look to Spain money .ig'Al" on amiable regards upon the children apd nurses '
with of 1. State Street both with banks and brokers African slavery is now afvanciaF. ,, ,
.f ,
..lrat.e, majority ,
Governor J ; by it '
for payment. -. and ogled them'u long, as he could natural increase and mx
'852K. I Iq any event the situation l of the United -What a differencef Gehttemengel "zs"hero keep his little eyes,open,.which,.however,was a! rapid aevClt! xrt of the sIayi ,
INDIANA. in : OTcpreai & the 1
nod gets tight Bosto AIr4
money for few moments only. Subsequently he "
a ,
in. this, States is a critical xine,-that the property estanil iist prolilTe climes '
,1s Congressmen 1
b The election for lOils'orNOrtb "
President Fillmore, accompanied>by' the occupied half an hour in snoozing, and eei ,
, State,and as,lor as heard frornrresult lathe holden in Cuba should payEaglonds' debt; if and running bead, or *shoulder fail \and South Amerzcand J. more imoo4n : .'
I p Free Boiler Filch and Secretaries,of War and of the Interior,is or/ anon now to th com.rce.. .e '
Election of Julian:( ) it'has to be pajd' at xJl, we .think it, right at the highly indignant old gentleman'at his lh. aQd J W4JljlVo or '.r

a Robinson C,})ems. ), Parker ( Whil) ao4' 'DeFrulerClndependstlt any rate wh'ejir bound to dpt t' or.. not they '.a tour.to the Valley of Virginia.u left which finally led to a, scne* of cross i the ishi civilized and 'the world: must than ever Defore_ Ahol. :
I ,Whig.) V Miss HATXS COXPAIY-MFL -radical "n4. ,
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In'New York the 'pantzans, of 8i.!ird : sb old I'p t1fiit'Iha i'l baffle-cause. of. Hall has written letter to the.Lit "'O'World growls ontbepther: s1Y. 'utiQn'wouLL occar in thth Juply1vi1zcd -"",

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: that'Gen..Scott will receive the endorsement' would it n t.be the cheaper policy a lad$ Of her early'days,'she says: ner seal at,.the 'en4 ,of ,the car toI innocent would become adesokiico; i PI4n ioaa,woujgj I' .!
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cr the convtntion to:be held m September { r *It 'wns fortunate for her that her 'wood good4ookicB young'.Insh, ;'roman >with populatioa, areuld t 8tBb and ,

I; : viextr-ttr.:' .flllmore maynot;." ;* 'castle' until the United Stales .in. afjjne way* iov purchase; notes wild' attracted the attention of that kindhearted whom, It was very eYi.dent.toa-d so. aratcien commerce wId would' .disappearc 'jsts '
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THE i ,-. ANCIENT CITY.. 'The Demotptic! Party of the North. lion to demand recognition of the Indepen- andRight' EdmuKno.tflisbop0fL1merickLjmerick1 1 i allowed on short acqualn: tftl1Ce, r i bI&-,

dcnceot Cubn our government, let the consequences the city ot he>' birth- to the poor Krlni ng and bIUl1.W .i 1efo '. ,'
; : t I IF it be true ns Mr. "oombs, the Whig be what ,Ihey will fa forced There is n legend that, while boating with though she had*not mind enoughoEeow: .; .! ..
Representative ''in Congress of Georgia says, may : some of his family on the Shannon, their 'make anv'=ompJaant. Tbe *1J1i telrfOa-! '. '
I thaftt9, Democratic party i i'?' ,New Jersey, by public opinion lo..rcco nize thorn. The attention was nU ra(' ed" by the vuune.an l deliCIOUS tided.in tho semi-darkness cf }rr e' andtW ... ,
following:Ly ,the (Georgia, is the I latest accounts. voico ofji girl singing n= one of the sleepiness of.the Inmates, and the '
and lo.a.ure ap.
Indiana Illinois
Pennsylvania '
._ '*'# > ., houses hosc gardens have the good) fortune pearance. of being wrapped Ml he;ro. st pro. ,

1.& UAUTY9F.flDtRAL; RIGHTS JUID DETERMWF.r1CS8TA 'unsubd\iedby! free-soilism ;bDemo.. jp1 LATEST I NEWS FRO.H .C1JB:1: tti,stretch, along the magnificent rlver, found slumber, whenever the eohductor: W

k .. CE TO ALL WHO OFTOSKJTT. TBF.1I' cratr4t44tb.: may look forwajp with '' I'V only that birft of n child," said ono preached wuhhislantern-toip6ncealh: sinaa. ;
( ----- : hope to;the Mxt-tPreidentialelection[ ,-the Great Excitement In Havana. I of the batmen "whose aunt, or some one ipulations. i?t' Ii:

I : AtJGUSTINE, AUGUST. J6th. ;',18&L. above named Slates adding New Hampshire -" S-- belonging to her lives i injihe Earl's and: lit., Whiles ir Boston" I saw iwi ple nter, .J'!
l.u *O/lTANTNEJYS''RO.lII ANTERIOR tie Kitty the' darling get! oul of the noiseof sight, than\ that of three bretlier 'tiartea aftef: .i
'Jone back io.liiTold I ErfenclsT"It :with tli>>Democratic'States of the :South are Patrick street, and away from her companions a long .s paratinn, and occpOyin hl-.T" :f

cuiougbt4ec. Mr. Toombs has.ccrtainIyexpre4hisopinion :t SITPPRE@SED. down you arnpntr the. tree?, and I pupitbeing! nil clergymen. .. ," 1.:
vmMfppear !rtmllh, recent amalgamatiim of Hie two parties North,' sings her songs, God breis her, U> the waters. : Iheru name isT cker and a. ear* orj o ,

'ccaZhon-rcr nio*, <" '< u rykJof the New with great frankness, and we doftjt' nottt Armed Wen Collecting; on toe She sung bolero she could spent, but she isiS ago there w ru five 01'.same fimilriabilijy :Qaet .'

York whigs, thai Mr. Fillmore ti once more vpm S Florida .UeyLr & shy as a young hare, and, the voice l leaves ministry! men of learnraf, and za1. .
faWplatforiy the side ofjfeward and Grteley. 'liU be interesting' to Qur few Whig readers ". 'i .4. her when asked to 'sing. Whist! listen to Otis in rood works. } .. l' ,

flu result it by no means surprising to us. A IIiu to peruse his (pxncr language ns, it will be COURIER OFFICE, lARLEsros. -., how she quivers in 'the Lass ofGowric ;' and I There U nothing new' in town this.mornlnfc, _! .

$ aJMtie, all his attestations, hare heretrfore gratifying to cur Democratic one's,to know ,August 7-1 I, 15 P. if. f sure, my lord, it.you' axed her to do it, she We are in hourly expectation of lt4 e seme'

been with lie free-suiters Snl cbotilionii'i,and.tt is : ins views of the north. In his letter accepting .NtJIJ York, Awg. 7.-Cotton firm. .2,000 c uld'nlt..lt isn't you understand, that she ,Empire::, City from Cbagres with CalUurujnewsand ,
but natural Ant lie should return to his first lore. Jparty bajftrsold: todarv Middling .Orleans 8; Up wouldn't-only shyness takes be strength out gall dU 4f. '. ,

No dovlfl the terms of the unwn are acceptable to nomination for Congress speaking. lands: ; 58. :$l of'her voice; the only pleasure the delicato Money is still in nC'lv6 demand in \YAU!. :j

-Mr, Fillmore and the pUtform presented tuch a:L>f the......,. anti-slavery l sentiment he says!.. Steamship xGeorjia; has 'arrived with ((400passengers. little craythur seems to have jn life is with street. \... l. J!:

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to it that no half-heartedtpseutlojriendnfthe, but'it' is also virulent and dangerous Sdinst. Great excitement" prevailed at Havana in heaven te hear how she '*ings in the moon- Adams .E.xpics.s.' Freigfiliu expected ..

Urnqn? pith.its cnmpromws *nd gua
SmtgIe4up9n Oiemjltrwgh the cuningoyes. II JU rn. the North. The Whig party has succombed Orleans the meqiinir'of the Cuban sympathizers. 'A triumphant shake, with which_ the young :'_I .

.. tn8 .-_Baltimore Argus. 1 1't to' it, nnd it controls the organization of that .. The Government suppressed the Catharine concluded, 'and now she's Lady, THE DESTINY OF AF* OAN SU4)fER!lY't
.. 1 party In every non-slaiebolding 'Slate in. the publication of gazette; which contains important Cowrie,*still, more astonished and delighted the /1'he extinction ofjlavef V UZIIUler'Rer, h

..pJ(9P.f paper of the 26th of last month: Union. ll'ti: thoroughly* denatioitalized section? intelligence' from the 'interior,' until boating party proved that poor Paddy .,eitogyadesevet : VIt'W. No. .109, Julr185l I

: .woP Pfl4o. to' t boo ttJe 11 k 1 ''iiedbsitfandmU: nem ; I' e t i < Jiftnr/toillii- &Ma r h';nrt i id mt HHfle! ,!O'JtjT I '. __ .
1 'nerdf! mee tJewards. SeVeral captured patriots were shot. The the :oJhl nnon.Y The third article of the Ve4tnirster _
; : ; Winlhrbps, -:
-.W I Jiti1ing tbe fi. n wi tr': and l'Vintons and John! nsj and Baldwins of the Government: haa\offerejL pardon .to all who Shot will leave England. ..i1CCdmplOied'by view for July last, commences with the .fof,.;_

..whicfi, 111ft; responded to, inie5rogatiW North m another National Convention. We are will lay down their arms!expect the leaders. her m Iher. aboutthe second week in August, lowing paragraph : .v .

i from h'im;,fee .has, nr.l'-lnvoul1d us with re- indebted to the i defeat ofthe, ,policy,of these The new Span>h Yroops' are dying( tronfthe under the conduct of Dr. Joy, who baa .been &iuvery if extinct in the United"Kln doai _

pjie, ; wherefore'pits Silence; does our friend men for the existence of the.government,thisdart. effect. of the climate. The loyalty of many selected by Mr. Beale to manage the Americantour. ana mall its dependencies. This eh J having ., .
'Ve'sball Artist them no more. of the Spanish regiments is .doubted. The company consists ot .Lavenu, a* been achievedtne; means of bringing abgui .
J fInd the'subject bard of digestion nnd'pn Large bodies of armed Anen are reported to conductor Herr baritone its have been
iTht; I>Democratic party ot \the North, though ; Uengi*, ; Augustus extinction everywhere earnestly
that recount,Teiire' to shy it ? ue'wcitjm.explanation. prostrated, is! not yet utterly destroyed by' have collected on the Florida I '' Keys. Brahnm, tenor, (and a delicious tenor he is- canvassed. There is but one feelim is. '.1

.. this same cn : / This Free-soil element # his voice so like his father's-its very, echo;) tab c untry.as regards the willingness r9cp<< -' .

_t-- ... swnys the (party triumphantly in Massachusetts I' The S'nheri'\ pessor the 6iKSIS.We. Richardson!,flute ; perhaps Regondi." operite for the purpose with other :nations'1similarly

\ 'rea.TunidSath 'f' mid (u a very great extent throughout informed authority 'that the Cap-' For further items, see our New lork Cor. disposed although there are numer- _
are tbn good ,
and conflicting as In which, ? > ,
\ -fl New England. \\ has annihilated it in New ous opinions, o
\ ,, :Esq.*'eho is engaged, in cul- York, and controls it in Oh.o. But the majority tain-General of Cuba, COSCHA recently told respondent. nl| the means SU Ite3tt.J for pur adoption 'alf '

4 ,tivDtinRVeas I in $outh !.girolina, writrs that of that party in New Jersey Pennsylvania I onjt of our naval officers that if it was necessary 'Correspondence oftlie Ancient City. be successfully embloycd" 4 I

: ,ho is drinking some of bWown raising: which Indiana, |Illinois and lowa arc as yet to secure the Spanish authority in Cuba, I NEW YORK, Augdst 6th. 1861. The New York Tribune says : ;
I lol.l leave alone
"But to slavery it
we are
;. ". \ la&Jesuperior to nny .Chi na ten he ever unsubdued, and\art still capable Union.of a 'effortfortktConititutionandthe thelNaves would be liberated" and armed I have just given Massachusetts a flying visit is Jlie special curse of the South and ;we

; .drank. Had Doct. Perrina lived, it could I 1 -- aga'insi the patriots and the guns, 0(. Moro I!, but not in the "flying machine" that proposed have nothing to do with i ir. This is a ,great '0'

} have been announced from Florida eo this, I' 'Cuba. castle would be turned on Havana. vehicle of aerial' locomotion not being mistake in everY ',way. :As journaliits it. U
t; ,thaLFIordinns) xvere .drinking coffee end tea The Declaration: of Independence put forth If that be ,the intention of the 'Sp ..authorities in good working order, itsJ'enlerpr.isinK} ioven* our ests the right public nnd.duty or whatever to di.cuss we whatever think .ought.inter : .'

;::1 ,of,their, qwn'rqising.: by the Cubans is certainly an able and patriotic ,*it would not only justify but require tor" always being short(omo how or other) to interest it, whether in New York, Znglamf, ,

I document hardly not only Southern States, but this American of the "about, $200 requisite to i its comple Carolina, or, India 'But iu slavery wo have .
one can suppose
\, ': ''Yeti.o: I ; government' to interpose !Immediately For a tion." The.Flying'Machino i is said to b.* under a nearer interest than this; for it is an Arner \
sentiments -
M' 'I.. individuals capable of uttering such lean institution and exerts iu baleful influence ,...
I n., I Q Since the, United States bandied this na. (circumstanced as the oppressed are massacre of the whites, as at St. Domingo a shed at, Hoboken, awaiting donation 'over the whole Republic. all of which .

I ; .ticn 'so roughlyfothcr! nations, consider her under; that government), wHJ; easily be put could Allot b$tnleratrd! ool J principles either of, jrom.( public spirited gentlemen to give it "the is weakened mid endangered weakness and ; .

.fair game, thus,: the British Minister i in Mexico down. If there ps any reliance to be placed humanity or policy by the federal governmentor : finishing touch." Its destination when off the danger in any of its "part*-not to say any ,
the Southern Slates. "t stocks is advertised and consequently thing ot the disgrace this institution casts.u. .
*& not ,
; in'consequence lOr .:of.' a failure ofyhe-Mexi-: -I upon/the: telegraphic accounts and correspondence yet on the 'democracy in' the eyes of civilized: '

: .cans.in..rDeeting some of their, pecunary engagements 'from both! sides,U Appears that nl least It is said that French vessels, war are at. the rush for"berths is not so great as it was last mankind. Beside&jwfrare Ihblelo becallfil 1 Ion

L has, ratified' the Mexican President ; one half of the "jrrer faithful Island has struck Cuba and the officers ,manif est unfriendly: evening oir board the Connecticut, a noble U' sendiIek1iveind i net which ceW '

I that, if his GovernmeBt does not re. for libertyl It |is natural for Americans to feelings 'towards Amerit'n officers JI. Perhaps' boat on the "Norwich line," by '.which. re tainly'rehd* ri us participants in their eajinvinic. '' '

.,ceive'posjtive) assurances, by the. next steamer feelade pmterMin this struggle; ,-the elements this is because'there al'e cohered officers amorfg turned from Boston, this morning Moreover, it is too late in the day to :

4',. thih' claims' ot tho English creditors We would be There are, sometimes, very" amusing passages think stopping the discussion of this sub .
of a true Jle publican are,-love of liberty the .French. surprised JeetIt ''WIll. be disc ss d, and the best thing .
: will bo"tati ficd, it will take active and I ,and consequent' uedof.all oppression, that French and EngUsh intervention n were attempted of.real life in )he railroad carj|'especial- is to look ;at it peaceably an L 'fncere1y} and

I .prompt measures against Mexico, to enforce I and sympathy with istortune.- these gnd that it would lead to a more comprehensive ly in aroute* trn ve.Uect.'s&rnuch ajkhis! i: b, say 'the'whpje truth'about itr

i thos claims. The' Froe-Soilers having got I sentlmentsfhe is' governed throughoutr-he. struggle than* *mere I liberation people who, seeking p1casjbhave'| thrown \he Westminster Kuview la punished, we

.such a: ,slice* front her, John Bull is smack-: .shares the of Cuba. off the restraints of comrnojr work.day Exis- suppose in Westminster, whichrirasuburbfof' '
I \ha\j"kftchodefends oppression ,,a London and thp.Tribune, in the city>pf New
ting his tips ror a bjte., ,4.? I crime,;' :Under these noble irrippIses.-careless i tence. f Yok. The two cities of Condon1 and New

1 $ nnd despising nil dangers @ ., Many fl1mili.including, J genllemens! wives; York contain.together a populatlooot t ree
misrepresentation .
:r' .EpitneUjws; : it 0-.. t .... 2 4 '
k fl3::: August :Bleetion"1! it is i to'be xp eLe4tnerkan31lUJ9iflo 1 d' ... !
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& Ca ; jtioespw' lai .ther North. .Crfr. wd Tn*was (n some e1othose4iocitesth UUu&\r es.
The'elections'lor,.t fesp & tome of the Cubjan'! oper'tors.
"" tbern DI.P't:1cJ! be iVthe course ett.h respecJ nursery on wholesale principle ,.
Kentucky, n ana:.ilisjouri"and* Iowa, are : alirduing, they will soon expose themselves !misery dI.death, crimn ntU'pauperism
F/6m *
all that Ihad / little
gulf'ltrei ve gainer. "I -AH Rome is interested in the mj/bwn| cru.wd'J.opi! but; are nnmenWy greater tharr ahrieintr the slaves;
of the just now
; now over,having taken place in some incline to the opinion that the Creole population we were "not u& ii"ufffamify, of the South: The actual labor performed?

1 0 States on'the first mondar of'this, .month, nnd of Cuba arc"* serious and .d 'terri1ined.Such .- struggle" between General Gemeau and the occup'ingtx seats opposite. It consisted** of is, perhaps( greater ; the actual comfort realized t

inothers ,on the firstIbursdav 'thereof.. The Pood,authorities with Regard to the occupa. is certainly less. In thoj citicl the
\ | %M being the case let us contemplate the a young New York his lady and, teats;
t'nW6C"' the localities demanded by the former of refinement aud civilization in the -
two hpnJspheres
.returns, ,as they come ,(ln are Interesting to >
I consequences whi; h may tesult th Jcfrom.In their four IlIwyer'id dant. A tine '
and rcfuaefby/ the latter. The French men and wonlen: are not bought for
the politl lan. Some of these Slates, t -wit, : ,
our opinion is a momentous period for healthy' little squad & heY were) pe, but they are bought and void the '
is b raised Rom by; day
to <; 'in to 14,900 men,
I North arounft.l\nd have been visited army
Kentucky United tutesbut) more particularly. the South.It and howridd awake. Se thenvg. mighty or night week, mouth or year. they are

t. 4 by,their favoured Statesman in the Cabinet is'weft r kibwn. that S, "in is largely indebi, -The Mexican Government invit proposals spirited infant ,of four summers, beuf to cry not bought for life, fur they are not sufficient .
'41 until tlie20th of September for the construction valuable to the .
4 Graham and GenCrittenden ly etpebsos of their
pay )
Secretary Attorney
ed to Great Britain ,the payment of which is with a' forty-child power ,before we left the sup
I of a railroad from vara.Cruz, to the port in childhood Aid nge.; They are mar
who the
being pieces polili-
irf on secured upon 'the Island or'ubn: As a na- Boston depot because a bag containing her ketable only .in.theifflKouth" their .
City of Mexico, and -thence to the Pacific; primp
: :cal. Chess board it remains to be seen wheth. tionlhcn, Britain' )\ will allow of no revolution gingerbread was no>> where to be found ; and The labor ot flfeBor" uy m New. Yolk,

: er they are sustained by the pawns. From that will'eprivehcr of her money. Thu An. Fifteen years: .are to allowed fur the, ..com.pleuen though an almost inexh'mstable stock of playthings can be bou.jh jy5tns that of a .slave of equal -
results'of.'b' electiousand the of the work- Ith said that Yellow strength awskill in the South. The .
r the labor
remain ti Slavery mn of Britain will use all their was! drawn upon by the well-provided
fevqr is mukinft: fearful ravages among the ofa white "woman Jar eighteen hours
ing fallelections\ we may draw some conclusions 'ptt'tlay
to Cuba from ih'.o nurse nothing could divert her attention.Psently
energies. prevent passing recently arrived ,in tuba from.Spain. la making shirts, in wash mg,or In milline-
t. ai to the Presidential" move on the Wfig) : hands where slavery would be perpetuated. troops halfof younger; baby,of the same brood, ry can be bought for much less than the labor

,side. ,Jf;:\\he "U iOft", hobby and S tDi1u., France has'also an understanding on this sub, Massachusetts has 205 J3'cfcston newspapers CTOght'the i infection, and raised a sympathetIc ot a Southern female slaye. Worse than
nion" does succeed: then it be-, which a/e published 'in. ,-VVhitlow i ip.revailing' is that, the chastity of a white woman, '
cry may ject with Spain. Let the Creoles then but cry which an elder bqe sought to drown youag
: in the District of Columbia, apparently and beautiful, U notoriously a
". : come necessary for.... President, Fillmore.. be to case' : persevere. ... ,-Great. -' "'Biitain. .. at least, is bound as an'WemicDr.. LymondsaPhysician with the clamors of a watchman's rattle, that commodity and can be bought everyday marketable and '

Ii tie, and the political. moves will' altogetherchanged. and will interfere,*'providing Spain ceases'the I of New Orleans, has prepared tables made our ears snap again. at all hours-the chastity or the person or women .

i .' *NORTH. CAROLINA. conflict, or becomes overpowered. Will I which show that New Orleans js. by far The starting of the cars, produced on agreeable 'of every. variety of attainment,family cnJmanners. ,., t. I

; The;returns trom this State are not suing the United States a nation,permit Great Britain I the sickliest City in the Union-.500 kegs of lull of which, 'the mo' or. and the nurse In tfibae cities,the condition of human life, .'..
t to 'foreclose and take possession of the took advantage to prime the children all round I
miserable, thai children
& cient to give, thi final result as far as heard I I gun-powder were among the shipments recently young are expos. ",
Island ? Will Southern States, the with >rake and bottle of d !o to disease.andleath. .
I from the Democrats: have gained and, it j is ;. : permit I from New York to HaytiT&s ginge a milk ob want in so many
r Abolitionists of'England to colonize their I tainedfrom ,an immense reticule just then ,raw, that 'scarcely a third of them ea ,
: confidenUy\pssrted; that Stanley the Whig : I lobc may now be circumnavigated. untimely' In those ..
tfca }
vicinity t or another Black Empire be established -: grave.judge-like looking u.
to .boy
I : : candidate for.Congress;: ,: has been beaten byRuffini'aDemoferat. I Stearrr i in. 140 days-Henry N. Hooper &c. !erving a very Denies of wealth 'and poverty, are .--0
T for a scat. With the exception of a few; little bloated, voluptuous, and selnsir
a ; I have contracted to cast an alarm. bell for I wealthandpinning
To prevent either, wo must become ,involved skirmishes in respect to the distribution? of 'haggard, despondant, and desberatepotertv.
,JALABAMA I New York City weighing 20,000 pound, being !
Thoi l ctjo.1J1 AUbftrnarwa* for Governor in a war or, the patriots must succeed without these edibles matters were quite eay'andamicable Crime abound' Thousands of uo-
weightof other,bell I '
I any officers
!'I abo4doublethe are
State complaint,against U$ as a nation. Pecu for a few m nut :s., Just behind paid to t rt-
:. 1 Member of.Congrtss.anfl Legislature. I now in use in the State. On the first, page of. Tent andpunlslf crime,and-yet there are
; In the Mobile District Judge Brag, (Southern niarily the freedom, of Cuba would noj be I the last Jacksonville News, there will .be them nat a, lady and gentleman: who being men, women, and children, In their ,prisons.more

; Rights candidate) for Congress has been elected much: ': } to the United. States; and more particularly I n und a long article, written under the Cap childless, had adopted a little boy"..wbich sal, jail, and penitentiaries"and gam crroe'"
to .hsugar growing portion of,it-in between them, and was occasionally, mined than aradnjT att theslizv,s of tMHocnll.;
it A Southern lights'Governor up
by. a large rpajor yg* I tion" Tie Code of: Honor fctll make Men Resto ,4 ,
tnthe is
that point of view, Cuba has more to gainthan treated by his proprietors with a drink from a"a ,.;. .
haT been el cted. Theoteifn ; : i I'
(Collier Iqia each 'c &r Mr. :Toombs, ( Whig' agernsIiy.! .> .. _
4th 6th Dts'Uicty'appears1' 'any! nation. Here is the :ony.fa) ltwedence.we'thintbOsepatrk4141dIo a.! b1et "A1op'1! tthe' day mads! jjdiufi f bel'5'1td '
the aid Congressional LBth : ) f-r j kr' thk'rtt --Amty.e IWO b. I1 "' b _
closfc rfhaiicea ,in,'faroi1'.ofiJufeJja'rd 1m1bjJi!> tcOl "t pI'"," :' 1I --Sonifn isyet, Janperow,, and (OrmitZabZJle' humane; apperaace. more:so,. jn4ed' th.tJ t putts, who cannot find time to zejeyj a, .
;: they appeal n well-dressed, thickset, heavy, English look-. sukge the miseries .their owtf POPIIA t -
SoudaernTKights) .in the JBth The in America politics that *tk. Whig .z-
? !' to"Americans. for' sympatbyland atsis- I Jag in'(with a large; :head, red face a, nose,, own neighborhoOd, but must speculate" fnees- :
claim the Legislature whichwill suceoabed tf 'end .
8ibmUsion$ party Ku : to ft controls the unJ10n schemes to abolbh the ala, *
: tanfe should have offered to pay' Great Britain -, gleaming copper, and eyes muddled by the ."cfnc* :.
to Senator :Clemens. that in reeL
elect a successor Organization of party every non- tlaieJbifinj 1
,: h ila"ful.4ell n4 ,the Island fumes of brandy) who at Framing ham .
t KENTUCKY.- ,upon wjikh ,State in 1M.V. ioJL A writer ,in the ., Thedestinyofslavery odoon cr.t4ye
4 It is claimed that the Democrats have elected would have left ,England without, a monicd 1 .Florida? Sentinel 3ay, Quackery:Js a common after having tumbled off the car at the"peril ofhis deserves consideration Southern 71 t .

Powell their vernor.lo this 8tatewhich is interest for interference,or pretence lot waging life came in and dropped into a seat partly pirticularly because some of them have S ,'""
in.political economy' as in medicine"-, ed so much to the dogmatic 1 "1
difSculty! with the United States.In monopolized by a tall, white-haired and pragmatic :
gain. The old .
pemocratic f
; an unexpected A Gold Mine. has been ikeoyered in Africa; 1 ctures of these pharisee* that they have !ii
but reduced. \ extenuation, however:, It may be said, man whose 'laborious slumbers'he. mate coli- !
have elected li( Governor by majorities. which is.claimed by the"French and the.Beyof \Uy tracted the notion that African 'Bfa.retl is,l
The Democrats have done nobly in and with a great deal of propriety, that the Tunis serious disturbance\ disturbed to bit manifest :dissatisfaction( and somehow( or other. an fcstitdtloo that hosre-i '"T..,..
,a probably
may "
,' Inhabitants areoot, legally morally bound Drunken men 'are usually ceivrd its Rcntcnce.frorn these !
tion in disgust. 'epoundeta
11 :ibis 8tateand ihncxtde1: Congress result Tne Boston ,Post, Since .. very or .
will stand, 6 Dctapcrats Whigs and-one In.I for money loaD d end'used to tyrannize over says:- pbiloprog 1tive.. This i one turned bis most i'iliZ:1tjonan: must Q PasaJtWAY.Vbat ..p".
I ourI.sib has ,beep4* s7a are the Indications t .
' dependent'Whig. Mr. CrfttCDden was electedGovernor them and that,En.ll nd''should look to Spain money on amiable regards upon the children and 'nurses .-.11
iaaJ. year'"Ith a ,majority of State Street, both with, banks and brokers, African slavery ,bjKnravtnerar.br .,. .-.t
; f for payment ". ,r and ogled them as long, as he could ,.
", ntl increase a the Jaw
NVhat differencef G "iwit efforts .
men of
a .8,521., In any event the situation! of the, United a jtel "I keep his little eyes open, w wbicbhowever was as rapidly DS'eTearr the SIcstamr.roost ? 1.
INDIANA. here: ,and money; gets" tight in Boston, i t for a few moments only. Subsequently he overspread* the, '
: : for' in. this States I is a critical' oner-thai the :property ,, : prolific climes and '
The'e1 on ig Coagrejnen toils ofNortir ;J
President Fillrnore pi1nied I half an hour _lo :snoozing and 'e'llt& :;
by ,the occupied
and Soufli :Americaand
aLfa u beard, fronf'result Int the bolden in Cuba should paytEnglands' debt, ,if Is more fmpoiSnE ..
State.j'9d 'I'f
: and nlnghishend, or shoulder, intf ,
Secretaries of War and of the / anon .
$ : :election af u.lan ,(Free ,8oiterFitch and it'has to be palpal; nil, wo..think it, right at Interior is ota 1l' the highly indignant ,old gentleman, 'at, his now'to.tbe &3JK&JF1**, and cooSo& .r 'It',
the ciyilized '
flems.Parker (Whig), and-De tour to the Valley of VlfJl la. 1 thin ever before-.. ,
( AboI
a .Robinson rate whejer .bound to do to or nottheytMthcaus left which finally led. to a, tcriea. of cross ,. i
; ish the
', 1frule '(ulernepe.,;) any' !| i i7o' u Mis HATZS ATO HIB CowArr-Mrs. B. C.1 looks,and .petulant espfetiwes: ; cn ono side and )Mnd must tadical a6d, comprehe : :
In \ New York the 'parttzans.* of 0 rardandFUlrnore Bhould' ot'perniVthaf of Hall I has;written a letter to the Literary WorldIuj'whb : vis oolhe:pther. sire revplutjcn' ouLlor.euf .in au.the 'ugtt* ..

: ? I bkve PxTfleda. coalition. The Britains interfere h ce. ;abe speaks' the highest terms of savage Late gro in' theQnrening, I'observed the. red Ir ehUized Sta;ea'-of: the worJIf tIit hIstorl ._

I Koowl *' ones however speak confidently However supposelp>. 'patriot not willingto praise Catharine; Hayes, both is singer.anda faced .*,.ofti>>'iag\ hospitality of a, corner > recordst become.Oaeba1rort 8ta or thiaUDJcm .
.: that Gen. Seot( will receive endorsement would it not:be the'cheaper policy,fig lady. "Of her early'days,'she says: seal at the end j of itbe...car.'to an moo daol4uoo! ; PI4n lons would '._. J
conttntfontobe held in September pay,, ; be waste population lK5:. ,5K .
4r p of th "It 'was fortunate for that her 'wood cent good-looking young',Ins.hj:'.womanwith; ud. .;
, : 1Dextr-lIr. :fillmore may, i 'caWe blJtil the United Slates ,in :jpie way.*,to purchaio notes wild' attracted the attention of that kind whom, it was; very evident to a;close tratcler commerce iroulo .di---rpear. Tiecstawou1d'come *' "wild. *J '-t.l, ,

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4 bt Wtll AI., 6h.oehe'lot''would if Hfiy plain! simple< truthful earnest Couutf. .' L4.WRElWCEtfjDREl1;: f-, .. d.' 1flbtrt35MIce.'- ': ". "'
..lIibIC1 less of of DRA'PER'AND TAILOR. Is I j
jIIv1i. the trimmings your ntba .
would IK czIAIEILT : S arts the
reign dale .
their CORNEa
o er despud or hereof I Tuo_'
oress. more'of the beads CJUJU'qTI.' JIT. lID TREASURT LoilVOQL1)RESPECTFULL ,
garniture of the aqd JJOt'8t.u. .
famine R. rt
George Fairbanks.rial aministrator of ail and : _
rage arourd their 1 g\larahe' .
____ nearts, and t \ gooda and
I more of your)'nrdAnd gardens. I M.iKtrr :*nd Rt'ceirer Y inr estate, which were of Rc U i & w :1

lu Independence of ibeso colon For the sake of those ,you J love best,do this. I of tlm -:"tatu' uf' Robert I : fbrm'the'Citixens of St. Aujpiaiinend seulor dfceawd.at the Ii of hiD deathsluaLjIjly..t-. b"
How caq yflbr brothers I _______ $ th adjoining Counties, lUat lie 10 the 1I0n..bleo Judge, .
gons of
there were I orjour growp IcIhriy chc'&i.'S. : Probate in and tor"b-tt. ; '
sfLdred1 about balfa ;
coarse if you throw'nround 'them pn has constantly on haa4. well selected .hD.CouDt.ia thsttsof EIorida"ra )
: i > there was then a' mom norarna. ( teuut/ and harmony Fill your F IA bert C. [ Bill. for Discovery. I stock.of the best tneh.English,. menl of my.Iceounti.andor a 6ria1 discharge frota 1. .,T- IJ
puggnnce to JUQPS& and '
slavery than now. gardenslnd yards with. fruits and ahrubbeiy7toII Mary account : and Crnis Broad Clot Casaimeres the Ad. WOJ.tnlon .fonsaJd. ..
been l.
E. Jones *
practicable or .acnaJ I" 'the his wile, -. ud which he '
1 ungs. will THOMAS DOUGLAS.
f' the byds to your bowers,and leltbemstng % fU
t the nnd IJ.
, Jec..Uiota tt : I make to order in the Faihioaroaanec .
,. : .most, -
I imUVlHrj1 their ; S A&lmbaiatralorir .1' Ia 'J 'F
.oul d K>.e be. n extended totie. merry harmonies at the threshold. ,I. ey, his wife, s8' Gl'Or"'J : : I' -______'able .n l upon coommo St.Atgnstine. April, 12tb.I851. }
4s'ndtho1nyjej to unie in acblevaijc: by offd br you aj have a home cf ..:dea .ijmd Caroline .. : dating terms; Also, that.hanag opentd a direct ii'iotlUo .

'Mriy; al the wbilfe and their, "WD. it your own each one *of,you,that will fill ,the .. wile. .:. communication with the First H *iea'ia 4he same 'N iatere R v heart of the sojourner'within thy,gules with line in New York he will est.that I shall as ncdWy '
qrKL&LhIrn. JT v* .foetus euria. to'the satisfaction of the Court haVe the earliest reports o. Admiabtrato .( the .** .
\ hopeful happiness. Fashions from iat.CilJ and from _estate of Francis P SsAchez,deed,
I tr.ftO' Veari 'h Yo' since elapsed i d nit aide in ihia'nue. that the said Europe. nia&trator .haTinr"Aeh'adi.j.
'I\t nuwbcr.f slivcs has! Defendants Lambert r. ,N. B. Cutting and repairing looe. on the. shortest the control$ o/zaanagement of real
I Increased six fold.: "S icr TO Hiss, Jiuy, "-Two brothers C.Jones and Mary E. Jones J notice. in Florida the property of infant estate .

'If *ftp of slates has extended orer reJure from |Ibe Etheratd Isle,a few years,since, purchased his wife wife and, George Samnel Richey and Malvt&a Richey. hi* 9.1a.O. i 1 1Noy. ; make application to the Judge of heirs the Circuit uf said, esuii.-:* '1:
, J for bcticr adapted'toil,than a piece of land not far from ,tbe Ken hit wife, reside bto'oDd'IlIlimitl'of Jl/juUea sad Caroline the Maulden.State; said ,
jntiment hostility to slavery nebec and 'clear it After Court to beholden the '
went to work to up. at City of St.
viu in the r Angaairtnr,
Trorn the &wih State of South Carolina .w : In and for the 1
mid is County
extinctSix: rapidly cutting down the large growth and ,burning It is therefore on motion XSeojge R. Fairbanks : sell said Real o/A. John ibxauthosiiy lu' .
or Seven millions '. "
? of over tho underbrush, proceeded ,to con "
,ordered, that the Aid defirolafita; Lambert TUB ABOVE well known Hotel in '
w3 44rPw arof connected thenr with slavery, ins&tqflnillioa (nyc a plan to let the fallen trunks'together 'C" Jont'\ and Mary ., 'Jones. hi8 wile. George .; ?; the City of St 'Augustine, bdng n'per-' 'Jr'.It I PETER, BENET. tf "t '
4rul the whole jn a pile for the of burning also; Ancillary AJtninistart
prac- -purpose Richt' IO MaIda. r.
arpument JtacbeJ' us wife, and SaA1uel feet order, is for rent for one or more Sti Augustine,April 5th. 1551.' .* I
: 1..4' of the ajqilnit slavery lr failed. The land lay upon side hill.'and they con Muldell and CaroUll Majilden his wife ppear and i years withot without the''furniture. :.
poverty tUsordcr.and w.nlch rJuded that ifiheycouldroll& large log which the Bill of Complaint Filed in this cause, '
answer .';*! 'A. :H. COLE; .1'lq.Uce. t i-: 4Z
were atrumed |o e its companions acdquences lay the summit and it about half within Four months .
near place trom the date of the poilication Juno 'Itb, 185L _. 4 ,. *. A'i persons having say c!iras or .
fifltep 15Ktcg have risen with it WRY dow they might tile the rest ogni.nit.it'and of this order, or the aId BiD will be taken for confessed I Ii t. ( IhXum.tak1l'&j. .
Mghent degreeliBlrealth.'order .0 8'm I.JIW 4S'rE.. ...\ .. i.rntateo :"
) against jhrm. .
morality ihus-meure, the obbct. .But. bow were. y. t. '! .-,- tfohn* -
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p0onit Cfedltl D' --
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I I 1 :0. d tn. eitpJan e -.0 newspaper,furnished in this.j gned.ostnisstertPIecntGye'Allegliaof : r thrl'lwo tbid tr. :
.bf year ia crime, poverty and J is.vir To accomplish this they obtained atitpe Circuit once aek: for die 'paee of kFuor Months.c JL Co. Marylajad,was the fint xers't* m"foin.r b. / l't1a ',t'
iJi T the U, 8fwhocow lvedsndBndertOokPX( d'IJJC..L! ::: w
; and tho OM\S UOLAS. Jadge&c. ., .
making end
e. one fast to log, ono __ ianiIsh the idsLIU'J ,< aqJDER, JrDj'tor 71 Y'
e 4.g+: .
Jwcb cft-curq.rllnccs. what aro tbe Of thcn was to hold cm-to..thor"other 10 prevent P. B. DUMA o. BT. jron.g so.CARBfCUAEL chWrxnwsAw-11amps made by bun w wl i Sept.13,1850.
jluftuiu of scribblers in Ntill York Rnddiun its going too 1arti1lo the other was to Au lIIt9, 1851 Jil 4 '. nted equal or superior to any other ib treaD be. -.- 31JOT1CE ._

i worth tVe caru verv littlo abuut start it. Fearing that he might not be ableto l ,t.- procured at the same price, and whenever any are h 1 ere' ghea. to*s0 pei'Jo' : 1.0"

Butdis. important ror every man in !, prevent tht' iop i.from slipping through its AND OSGOOD'S' sent out in any way defective or unsatisfactory' !duplicatea .. 1'1 having'CIinagzinstJe Este .of Brephin ,:

South to know that Souther!slavery ,will fingers. Jimmy, who was the.steersman tied DREDGING MACIIWE. sh ll be 'forwarded, 'on notice, without Arnau dtceatK"ditat a5'cred1tori !tglltftt; '.of .1.

ad as lung as modern civilization will stand it. to his body. *Start him aisy Phelim," nndensigned hare been appointed agents charge. ,All who order set of stamps, WITH CBISOB distnbatees of asid Etttlte; that the lame m\1.lt be '' .. .

k s thusvvho are connected with it, "UnJ* sftMi fa ie,after convincing himself that all was THE ownin of kls invention,and would recommend TOR DATES, at Two Dollar only-(for thirty pieceeZ presented within two years from this dlltor 'they .. ;
til to the nr\t to fall by, iu overthrow, arcfjftk J\I'tt.a..Rd t *ht. Phelim did start Mm, aid as it to Contractor, Companies or Individuals, shall be kept ia stamps'adlibitum.Addrera wilt be. by law former afterwards barred. : ;; I

l nuurft 10 diwrt themselves and their th. : Jog" commenced its progress the .rope who are about doing work of the foilowingjdtcription.vlx "Post Master, Pleasnt Grove,Allegbaay AUp I" .
Md. 1St.
tiuit, and iu mako their families tho first, caught in n projeciiagknotand begin rapid : '*w Co. :,.w
and mobocratic' uf Extensive drainage of Swamp, Man. ,and r u. E AST RNK JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFfrIJE 'INVENTORS'i *
nctmito) the lunatic spirit lyrtu wind up. It soon drew poor ,Jimmy Plantations.Puilding $* '
4h ap, which menaces the foundations chock .by. First ho went over the log< and gar LentS around Plantation r or Towns, STATE OP FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT '' t. k. .

iciety and government all over tho civilized ', then the log went over him and so they con I, Opening Channel way and removing Ian at the ..' OP. ST.. JOHNS COUNTV.:. \

rvurlU.! 3i t nurd their* circumgyrations and, somersets' mouth of Rivers and H&rbors.: CHANCERY. AID \ ,;, 1 -, t.. ,

Southern PrCV. Phelim watched UieFrtprog'rcss for a moment Making Canals through dwarnps/marshy or tandy David L. Palmer* surviving ptrcer 19l1irttlFAV'rIJRERS.. A fftleclmnlcal&aper

and then snug out, "Stick to him, Jimmy- ground. *' of the firm of Palmer& Ferris. .' I I .t'

F.?..W Abl '. OJUCIS-A corresponbt faith, you're a match for himany way; you'e Deepening water around Wharves and Piers. vs. I I Tile Best *' .

the New-York independent relates the stop haIfthet6V'u '. Keeping open channel wsyihroBgh Lakes d"U,. Hannah Loring, Admra. ;.of Reuben J NTH E. WORLD ; {

f ltowiDl'; interesting and curious facLconernj I yell; removing Rafts or ewjttn fx>ss, tearing up Loring deceased Charles Loring.Foreclozure.. R1XTH VOLUME OP Til R e .,..

g tt...mil J' of the Castor of the Frat con-I' A strict Temperance man whose wife Roots of Trees, etc. t William W. Luring, F/ederick Lo SCIENTIFIC A.TI (;Aiv. 51 f ,

_I'I'ItU ftOftII I Church in A''Jillfclon1. It \ )had, fainted after .having1; a btoken arm set To pe'sons desirous improving waste Lands bv ring,Elizabeth Nunesand-" Albert Jt'unes The Pubb'shera, ,of the.fiCIBNTIFIC '...It "

seen 6v the article that the family is pre-emi-I'' went In thu doctor, and. in n slow measured drainage this mach n .|lbe; recommended as the ,her' husband. $ CAN resDectfully give nollce.that the SIXTH AMERH Voibcilofthis J.

&ruUy endowed with tbe gift of n I tone, asked him lion his conscience as a Christian only one adapted to'all thepurDose necessary ) T APPEARING to'tbe Satisfaction of the ) valuable journal l, commenced on the9stof .

3omn eWE, since I vteted the family of a i physician it would bo in any manner culpable l. To those whoafre building or repairing Canals or Court, bymffidavit,made in thU Cause that the September last. The, character of the &nno' I

Mtto& und the Massachusetts Le-I I when n lady fainted to hold camphor drains it, wiIbe found of immense value I as it will Defendants/Charles Loring William W Loriag AknucAM is too well known throughout the coUntry.; i

ri.lttut! Re tfl4o1 of Ablngtoo. IPthisJ buttle to her nose. *The.devil take your doubts deepen the CaMI. and at the same time form an embankment Frederick Lorinfc, Elizabeth Nunes md Albert A. .u> require a detailed'account of the various subject.H

HWly Utere tire fivo childern, who baVomotherlets sir," said the doctor, in ft rage,"in a case like or liyee. g JH 1fl1nt'lt her husband 'reUdet beyond the Jurisdiction 'di. _d through its colsraaa..It \ .
be seven.Wf ..' The four oldest is worth This michine is used_whh1thereor steam of this Court, out of the SWe>>f Florida,'but in the enjoys a more extensive and influential circulation .
this, one crupie of twenty
camphor which
the power can bftlncreased to any ezte-t. United States: $& Iv than anv other journal of its class in ;
tbtceons flpcf', wecm ag.If cuna ience. 9f| "m#
scruples ere in in all of t.
They now tucceceful operation parts
the of It is therefore OrderedTmt Ue5aid Defendants, 5*. r ;
( nine and : : e prodigies I die county and may be seen at Charleston.; buth.Carolinin J.i ,
timeAt fv worship the fulh, r Charles Loriag, William ,\1\.vEo"riagr Frederick It i i. 'published weekly as Heretofore,in Qart '
he '
Vrench'Bible from the I* *, OBITUARY, ; Nay Yarflnuiocoia; andgn: he Canar between Loring ElhabethJIunes and Albert A'Nnnes.hcr Form, on fine paper afiordingrat the end oftbr year*. !. :
: rends from ibe one sotj Gav '
!ton and San Louis. huj'band.do the Bill of Com Illustrated
mctanchctof appetrvittd/answer an Encyclopedia,of Four
We to over Hundred
perform Jbe
arc requested,
Hebrew, ihexl&ojbter twelve tqara from thg appl eaion 'to J SECOR.. Esq.. .
our Agent. plaint Filed in tgts'ft &el within Four Months or the. Pagesith an Inder and from Jive to Six'Hundred \
Latin,another' iR n from the Greek, and the service ofAnuouncin/ .death, of at Mobile for the Suites of Alabama and Florida, a .! said Bill will be'taE rp as confessed*pinst them. Original Engravings,described by letters.reference' _.

youngest, nine years Ofigf, from the Hebrew. Mr/Gretcorio 9ffo, a native of tjil i. .City; drawing of;he raachlnl can be seen,.with information, AnA it b further ordered that pabti doa of this beiides a vl.amount of practical informatJo'd concerning -;'IfI"\

They "11 ICivet rrailily, free and rectlratelti. but for $cVejnl *' 'ara' past, a resident at Tarnpa as to the cost, order. be niadelg some_.Newsier njiblished within I the progress of Scientific and Mechanical Improvements -'., ''

tfen-of the most flfflculti awages l .tbTh.Their I wniK&ivnc'il' the July 12th lBsiGILBEaT&'SECORNewYork. the Eastern Circuit;once a week.consecutively for Chemistry, Civil Engineering Manual .
We- I latter place, on Four,M9nth'TnOS,_1XUGLX8, Judge.,4"'I turing in ttamrioss branches,Architeeture,1\fa onry. I

varied lcnpwfedjro is Gjrey I n Lthe morningof tho 26th of July- CIRCUI1ip.'TiJE A true copy from Minutt., pf Court. Botanylaihort, it embraces the eniiri ranae oCthfl ..

seem *p lie cqoall r at hume j: r< Thu following brielhrernri0c! ,'in reference i, _- EASTERN JUDICIAL ..' .P. B.-DUBUS. .i Arts sn8 &RDCeI. ".. r .t..
tJJ lqmi II' STATE OP FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT t ". _, CIt,1C;CI SitI bns O unt -'It also .
It 'P', 3ticr [ajb J.I vent *araTO t ned Jff it -'- letter .- 't.u -j--- 1_ '-i 4 SIts _
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I nco lIS. 0 WWi1 :"! .wCftlSw I' ''* '* ; o" tl & ; 4jftct v&Mt ff vwtnu.preparea ,1'Q1t.f'.
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I Ue IeA.iA this co't : 1.. 4hc .4Aiin, at 'mpailujy. pa y ,we doubt ..00.1; David_ I'L. 11''EsecQ onr Wfiefttfafte* dat finUndta spp r" ,to the 'lAmericaa Repertory orI mati D&" '
: Sayic, l lVs.
p>n p the Judge of Probate of Putnam countyfor an ,
ha. been Ube J\u liutructoand bns a well: merited tribute, ULJlie memory of the \ 1 I described TKSJU%2a-year; 81 fQl Months. I.
order decree of the following
iramed. lliem to be "r, culu'zv uselul |n >heEnrUeo4nd decvascil, and wo therefore gladly Insert Joseph M. Hernandez tract of land or.forthesale so mueti thereof shah be', necessaryto AU Letters must be Post Paid and directed toMUNN&CO.. .

kitchen, independent; of nen-nnt, A. Putnam astets'for the ,
.JJenjamiii |
them 'supply thtdeficiency of personal
:- Publishers of,the Scientific American
and ehocrful and soCiuHn an unusual drgrty: 4 \V. Walker. J of the and lawful debts of Joshua Ukk- ,
Augustus 4 payment jus& "- ,
fond father 4 :
husband 193 Fulton
1 I HQwasa kind ,-a street.New Y ort.
in the fiurilly circle. appearing to the satisfaction: of die Court, man deceased,toV: One tract of Two Hundredand
It there is a family exhibiting such propriety and good jafighbour 'andfhis deullips pro% It said Joshua Hickman 1
who knew him. yaffiJavit made in this C'nusr, that tho dnid Fifty acres purchased by INDUCEl\IlNTJ CLUBBING.
intelligence end genius, or a Intncr tnuro t fbundlv ripened, by'aiy, Defendant Augustus W.Walker resides out of the of John M.'Bowden'i,; and called Spring Grove. Any person ,who ''will send us four nbscrioera .for" ""'..
devoted iht welfare ot hu chtUlren.igif in. of this The other tract purchased of WiUJam Gardiner
10 lotIc.N. Htate of Florida beyond the : six months at t lour regular rates,shall b* entitle4 to
t tview would c jmp'jnsnte fur a IonIC journey. I \ Court butin the United Stat.- containing one hundred and fifty ncres, and called one eepy for the same 1t'D&th.ortim.- will

Governor Evert-, years since, in his meKsaf e, Aft persons Jiving; tny claims or. tnandi It is therefore Ordered,that the Said Defendant Lintern situate on Lake George in raid County,of furnish'- JK e/ ,"''.*' _

mentioned the.'Lt-nrned BluckKmith" Ourritl, I I
fti an example to the youth of the State;and I u creditor,heirs, dittributco, legatees or blherWae, of Complaint filed ia thisCauue within Four Months I WILLIAM HICKMAN, Executor JO "' 12$15: 20 13 ",' $98 \

am wire thtt boys and girls in this fcftntl, who 1 I ue hereby .no>iGeJ to present them to the tubtcri- from the date of the Publication of tnls Order, or the i JOSHUA 'HicJuuuf. deceased. Southern and Western Money taken at par for 1

when under ten yl"ill <& age had conqueredUree ber within two year from the date hereof or they' Said Bill will be taken for Confessed against him. July 12th 1861. subscription; or ,Post Office Stamps. taken at' their. S i
and i will forever barred. And it ia farther Ordered, that Publication of full value. .
languages and II Adilion arc exact is hereby given, that I will, six .', I :"
. of FRANCIS P. Administrator. this Order be made in some Newspaper published NOTICE' .'
generally Inteligent, arc more worthy men Wo'' 33rniamraarludff this date ; present to the Judge I 5 1' l,
AcgustlG, 1851 Circuit onte'I werk/or the of four PRE311UM.S '
t- this '
in apace ,. II
and imna'ton. Probates of Su Johns accounts
:' lion. of County ; my ,
Barley., Flax Seed, ArrowRoot Months.' 9THOMAS. DOUGLAS,Judge.JL Executor of the Estate of John Lerfngston. late of Any person sending us.jhree aubecriben,will oe entitled -',?' t I'. .' :

&meikig;; 1Vo-.Uahanic Prinli.g Prell.Mr. .- JL ,Tapioca Cocoa,.Cbockolate, Liquorice true Copy. P. B. Dtnus, said olydt'ceued. for settlement and allowance its copy of ,tbe."History of;Propellers!'anil'-'".n

F. Foremap }xscd up on the Fulton on Jogube Putt, Race(inr r. Spices, JtrouutWrth A Clerk C. C. St. Johns County. and I hall at the same time ask from said Judge Steam Navigation* re-publiahed ia book formhar">,v:l' .r
HundaVj on his way to Washington, to, pro i 1 Mustard Cayenne Pepper Ccarril",;fresh Salmon, 8u AugustineJdy 19th 18J5I. Letters i of dismissal from my KxecutorsbJp,of said lug first appeared in a seriw of articles 'published ia*% \
TAt, retail by the fifth %'Volume the Scientific .American.
and Estate,
tot a roost ingenious practical 1 &CO'S Jtis.r.:1
. cure a patent S CARR. ADAM8NEW :
B, B. of the most'complete works .the .
invention. He bad with him a perfect JOSEPH. Executor one : upon evenw ,'
model of mored and regulated August 16, 1851. i' ..' _. 'John Leviogstoo i deceased Ueued, ,and"contains about ninety .engraviag--pric*. V,. ,,
a printing press ' '. ,
by means galvanic magnets. We shall April 12th, 1851., + ,75eenttl.. Jun 7. -.,:\.":. S ."\-y. F I 2
DOt attempt complete description of Mr. Y's1covc1y : NOTICE "S S'4 ;

luffioj It to say that boo ba4 tbu HOUSE an4 Land adjoining HEREBY given.that six weeks from date. S Military Blacking.TUST S : : of :

in full operation, with a form upon it,, ..w.to a good occupanW-UftWill be] rented '. IS I shall apply to tha Judge pf Probate for received a few dozen Renders Leathering::-., .' '

from which be threw off impressions with. low. Possession about lit September.B. .. I the county of Si. Johns, Florida, for Letters tf pervious ta water and gives the sorface an Ele-Jl"/. .
lbs rapidity of lightning Ills paper works. E.' CARR, A ent. YORK of Administration upon t estate. of the lateWilliam gant polish without destroying its soft,supple and elas j aL

tpona reel, and is continuous Ilkft the telt.., August 16th, 1851 ; ., ,| No 331'fOTIC& HID .Harvey, deceased. tie qualities. SI "1 SRcccommendeor
the : JAiES Harasses Carriages,&c. ,
ptphic coiL The paper passes over EDWARDS.
j "Jt NEW ORCEAffS 41 At Retail. B. E. CARR -
type on a cjlinpar, and whoa one side .It June.28th .2S-6wtoSIX -- t j
Worked the paper It reversed, and the otber ATLANTIC&GULF RAILROAD COMPANY. EX pairs B. SUittllBR ,SUPPLIES.. ,. 1
ado wtth a most perfect register, and. WEEKS from date I shall apply 'I;. S .J
printed NEXT annual election for Directors the CHOICE ,,:1 '
of Probate of St. ,E& .
sheets as they come I THE Road rrncEg : Honorable Judge
apart will be
t, are clipped & Golf Rail Company .
. i b '
' press, by an Inpcnious contrivance S fcsld at the city of St. Augustinemt the-Court Room 16, I'& 19 Wall st., New-York. Sbhn! County for letters of Administration on tIARa, reeeivingper acbr. BJoominJ' t 1

ie ii fio limit hardly to the speed at wbicb I ia the Court ifooM in said city, it twelve o'clock,on 139 Main St., Hartford Ct. toe. Estate Pedro Cocifacio. deceased. 5'-, Youth, 10 days' from Baltimore, qU4qtJ-I. ,.

i press will work; iu exactness Is beyond l Honda, ,be 13th day of October next 1851. 66 Stale st.NewHarenCt.. T JOHN. .M.:FONTANE. UC9WI Groceries, iw *oivm,fcjuail Good,OuU
l BaUirnoi lune 28lh 1851 86-6wks offer ,to families and others in want, an op.. ,
tUi known in this line oi michinerj.and I A. G. BENSON. ) 162 Baltimore,
1* bettor than aU. Mr F. says he can putt L '. B. ,A. PUTNAM JCommhsdooers' Pennsylvania Av., Washington.. iio'tICF4: II hereby gir4I to a11 onccmed; that portunsty* purchasing S ,thequantfty' packaglr-ofcjb* '* S
( sited a.-CocVpf-oo L!i' G20. B4FA1RUANXS. ) .- 7 FourteenUi : Ric2fpoZ4V; l"a" _a.tWf1MftI )4 : ,j rf .
Urwut prow At ] at.t. : Abb1I i1a:4: kg4o,d "b SIJ ; & : i '
*b O. ,Mr. ForwwftiijapracticaJrl l ',A1II'Jt"ttII Ii5:1. ; 1i ... Washingldi A' at, Bostcnc, theiedje orpfobat.o(8ttlO anI7.tof"tRttle.- ...
2 da Bacon 25 ;
of few Boston k New Orleans.Ntnd meat tod iUowaiuy accounts as Executor! of Shoulders, ,: bbls, Pork,. 3'do-,,t :
Hl afilteen 731
at ,
present Camp
la he had of the Herald,in ? NOTICET b. : !'. the Elute of Francis Triay, late I of ,taid''County Mackerel 3 dQ Herrings 5 hlf bbla F, U.Beef/'h. *1

place 1648 few, weektsffWo wr :bay no doubt I IS )S HEREBY GITEN,' that cube app Etatern c*tloft willl Cirenit* NOTICE TO&8SEWGEIZSO deceased,and that I ahall at the same time,:ast for. 60 boxes .Soap, CO do Candles, 25 bi Coffee S

be made to Jtbe' ledge final discharge as such Executor 40UeicesRic8,3d. bbls Pilot Brfead, 5 boxes '
ubw "fortune1 and
it now made, we anal. offlorId by the Petition oT James Edwardj,Admin p 1f1. JQSEPH MANUCY'FZeCT.Xanuary Oranfces,5do Lemons, S.bblsLarnp Oil 300 .
lyrfjetclrdAtit.Mtueatin. I I fatrator of the Eatate of R M Wanton, deceased. -
lit' 25. 185J. bbls Flour,60 bales Hajk 800 bushels
; Corn ,i
( (j9toa) Entptarcr.DD1UI&BBD I rand George Wanton, Philip Wanton and irks1 '. ,
4 I Wsntonhelrssi law_ of said E.M. Wanton ., Goardlau's notice. .,, 200 do Oats M t>gs Bran, 10 casks :Porter, ', 4

: TO THE LADIES. I Ip thirty days from this date It Us chambers in the City after the 1 Oth,day of June,the day of de'parture 1l\T Gtlce hereby given, that' ''six monthf from 10 baskets Wine, 6 hhd Sugar, 60 kejjj Nails ,

: I of Aajwtine at 10 A. M. for atthuity to ,sell .of the steam packet. ;_' the first publication hereof, 'I will spp&to) the :tOO sacks Halt, 10 bbla Craeken 50 blip Shot,
'. Gsewbc has lately partaken of the I of Mid Edward M. Waatoa, deed."to ..I! : Hon. the Court Probate of St. Johns County,for 12 dozen Brooms, 10:chests Tea,'dhbd*' To- 4
the estate i.
aiHues of Governor Wood in a letter I wit : 379 1.S acres oo the West side.of RlnrSLJohns MAGNOIIIAir. I rny discharge u Guardian Michael, Philomana, baceo, fl' ceroone Tobacco, 10 boxes'Cider:*;' .. -

rilten to the Cultivator, thus writes 'of..tb'ernor's adjoining Joha Saaderf lantaiJoB,470 1-3 .: f P. MeNELTY; Edward! sad Francis Pap,MLaor peill. of Michael and other articles. ia like quantities at.,whold. .
wife and daughters -fit models ofitillon ;I acre ElM side oC St. Johns Ritetat a pbea called Savannah to PataskawILIbeTUESDAYarriving ; sod Mary B. ,Papy,.'Deceased. sale and retail. B. B..CAHR.V f.'.'
I From N PA.PY Guardian..St .
for al( American Ladies. I i Caun II bam, lad 300 acres at place called Col-. S ATURD AY,connecting with the GASPER June,28th; 1851 ". :' :
1 These todies wodCia the I Augustine,April 4th, ie31. .: .6moe..
garden, train upi j Branch Eut of St. John '- Steam Ship 5- 5' '- It ,
M tines, weed the beds, tend the borders GEO. R.\'AmDMKS, 4i FLORIDA AND ALABAMA, .btate 01 DJV Anarch AndcrtOBj. da* ChOice Groceries 'tot" .
od make aroted for Petitioners.August9,1851. ; FINE lot of Batter, Lard, q..ortecI .
S a ftlry land of beauty and Attorney vceased.. _. :
Ii tyif. IWf may Bstjmi &fa tarn I o ._ ForNew: York; She-will continue to leave on jotIce hereby given,that in thirty days from A Crackers.Rains Bacon, Fish Smoked Beef;:: S
Now dear girls t ,, Tuesdays throughout the tear, sat Fnltoa Market BeeC ; "
,QQ. whow homes .resited i 1 the date hereof 'will apply to the Coart of J
I$ *W5 from the bastle and confusion of NOTICE. a CarrflQB ttie Halted $tUte1I ll, Probates of 8c .John County, for leare sell'so' at retsiL. 5- B. B CARR. :

cfcy- y trtbltoR bcooks or upoil fee*IX MONTHS after date I, ahallapply to the For F.reightEngagements or Passage,having'superi.' much of the Real Estate of, DK.W Anxxxw xx1. Cbge31Poatca, APP lw, ',Oi /' ;.

.bOtdeNOtb6etQr even who 'live In1*!!> Honorable Judge of,Probates i in and forM accommodations State Rooms, &cl;apply to the SOT,Kb.! aa:will be, sufficient to pay the debts and TTrschoo1ef Gipsey. ,now laid,'choice C .

4 I&1'OM''p*, srojdiitho comforts.of county rffit. hua for Lttttrt ",I iJf:1'uEuntOr. : Captaia onboard,,or.to .- '. liabilities thereof;and ill' fix .iU from this date : VeruW './-ortedPean.. Appfes, f wwwrC -i

kit and wacjlftja:_ 1iOtnC11me' .on e hut win and N ERNAND ZBlSBE&Co..t ,", I will apply the said Conrtfe my final dlbargeu kfcage .atnng andbirach Oniona flay.Oitt Cite; '.

t tek about irtfe of our you''Oovcrnou< Lr.NBSStlate.ohaid coenty.deceaseL AU penoai I AgentaatJsconyflIeorto Executrix of said estaw,* :- -' '. Beaa ,|licefcr sale at Wholesal* or R\I)1.\\; :.W.

;4 .Wet 01 her u' I lie unto yourself peray -, ''bu 1heiria are henby,.Doifleiaeeorcl leJ,. M. A. COHEN, '.Ft CfitRSCs. .ANDERSON,.Executrix.Afril .. Otul2,1850... S B.E.'VTrginia CARR.. r kid.. \)
aU tire" & .c1ut JACKBONzecutor.t ;t6-6niv .4. Old' uer '11.a \oi .r
holiest 1. Vi1 y _
cheerfuU1i. Savannah .
: ; Agent at '
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tha\t6 akC'l ', Apr 2G. i7-sa. Irllll'DUd 8eOteIJYlalsker.. hoice lot Ham dodo' uk at ;Vf1 ,
thtt tuch t' oae )U-" : Sarannah June','3,1851. ; COTCH ALEJ:CiderPorterra Plats and Quarts,, 1\.1 d.@ F.ltoa;marked nfci.dod J &I1 4

Msteekupas fl ., ISGova-noS \ ..NiR 98.9 S. c tnr This Steafeet:wilt I ty.' Jaduonrille lorI Madeira, sherry and Port' WinesChampagne, to doJMeM Beef drfdo Bntterd! d-;Lesf Ltrd.'Ap4rjrs l

w FRIDAY MORNING at 1 o'clock Monongohela Whiskey, ; "Cabbage*, Oniooa. 'assorted +rlekn '
COw doa'l slander thlt' Wflc1 at &,nte flous I 5arinnah every Brandy,Holland Gin tsscr'. .. ,.' I 5Oraiges.
: tfe.1Utf' rc-o itaic her governor1!, lb.J A. H. COLE. until farther notice ted Wines, Liq orsCordiab,&c., for ale bv Dried.Fruitf. Per clor.Cipsey. -4 '
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f&rtoc-k fl\lthCul (0 IS, June 7. 11027 isS Feb 9 P. K. C.\ R. E'CAR& ,
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J'J't: ". f' DuIue.blreciory! ':For the county or Dunl.t JacksoaviUe\ 00 the Valuable Plantations, .Wild .' Florida "Laid.Aeucy. V 1-. ".rn R be"'l: ake 1t -

Mqutr.11.ti On' St.'GeorieJiitti11 nh of f cntnh'MondayorMat... S .. J I I I &e, In:astF1ur1da.. lII'IiE under gned u,, ge t, lot-the. repectivei. i ADTORNL'Y.COUNSSLIOR ":.., ., ;:.' Vf

'! the Iablie Squn.lAn'4ocA' ueiih'of,sb..' For.the'' Count ot,8t. 10hn., at'tn; AUlusti. e, mile undersigned liS Agent for the '! : proprietors otTers for sale OD exceedingly reason- i -' ." A T I A W. 4ft ,'' 1.i ',
lt.ChlllCb. : H ctho: atkeucondM adiyinJafle. '. < I '.L .prietors.offers for sole the following : terms,the following larids among which are tome S 'J.&cxsoxvuj.x4 E.V"'J 4 '. ,.4.V'4
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: Thr4rR9tLe On, Treal1l17 Lane North 'Vf I' S .L ''ZUE '+ vb : That well known:md extremely v Ihf' moSt vlluabl Cuflon.., Sugar' ana' T bi' :co Wu5 practice in he Courts otlM Ea&nr '

the pJdIk! Auzn. I Forth ccntotits rOruge .n4St. Lucie, Tuesday! t 1tialled the ulo\V! Plantation at the ,in the Stlt.. V infa'nilwaquuaty orthrlIidd1e CircuiiVj, &"it! '

., S -CJf" W1otte, &Del Bay DUtlt, s few b efore the firal Monday of Noyeinber: : I I I HaUfiaxRiver formerly occupied and planted i .N T111& ARREDONDO GRANT.AudlluA and i1Jjtaorough counties of the Southern ::. : '

oorItfo1Uh' Eai& .or.ttie PubIie:$qure.tt.ri For the,COGtJ PutDam.t at PU..,. the second late John J. Billow with a force of 300 Mndl', COt7l1TY. th S pr.".. Court lat TalbhaiRf', lit tLjypg:

HoteL -i.Oa Charlotu" tree v&Treu.Irf 'tuesdy' before the first Monday etNoTerober. I I' for both Sugar aDd Cotton, and ,. t T9.1t 18 i Sections iii,15,22,23,4,2C.27. States Dlst..ct Conn for'the NortMrn"J I
T4D thhFablic &jusretn 'd 10 the Forihecoflty rSL Johu'l, on the firs Monday t edonnavigablewiters. Iflies Upon the' t c. 9," 1Jr' IC' 2.3.8. 10,11,12.13. 14,2Z! Ftorida; and will prosecute claims.apinat the n VStites V

; ,LidUouze. ,, V InNOTfDtbf-r .f S I I fony miles south, of3t.AUg'lStine,ud: 3",3. ,30, 18,21, .7.31,5,' before r"QJtI'nI and the DeparfmentaatW '

r .L .*BOdDING 1I0.USES. For. the ocnty of N..u, ThUrsday 6erore 'The I 4000 acres.i1 j G, V.. 4 ington; a V I
S .. 'Mr,. 14. .llriL. ,00 Char1otteitzeet. Deaf the: third ManJIt NeYtmber. S ) A IO,two thonsicres adjoining the last d 9,4 20 C,' 19.22,2G,27,28.I., O, 32, Btfo'glo ontiJte for life.he will gj '
13&rftckI. S i iouH'c dJtty or Dunl, Oft the third MondayofNutember V f axdsbeing. the P iliier Grant io Graham's 4 ; 'Ir his entire and unremitting a'l'rntaoo tbi, pro( .
Miu ..Fllti. OD t. George Street, .''few iool'l 'V I the p'U Creek Pl4ntation, tont '. V 15 1920,2l,22,28,29,30.V : .ld allbo.sin entrtuted to his care that meet Ij
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ltth ofthegosrt, lltlllle and rablic' Qal't". For the county of Marion, .on the first Monday ill acre suitable for Saga' uhure and near to LV L: ; 32,33,8-1. IJIomptauentio IS .. V .
0. R. P.n. 4)a'BIY Itreti" c.naer of BAY ILDd Dtieember. .S lion, 'about 10 ,mile. 8OUlb' of St: Augua c. u' 3,1011,15,23,26,27 !. Augustine August 31. ].O. r1Jt..
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0 IQardeD.LaDe. For the eC:1Dtie.or AluhuA and LeT, 00 the see.ondfoady New .Suyr9. V S SRtr 3-1.35.36. Tax Coliect r'i Sale. ,
J the Mount Oswald Plantation OD "
5. 5 'nOCTOR8_ 1ft Dectm1ier. V : c. 19 c. 78 17 19, 20 30. Virtue oI'the
lQ ; vested io jc.
t.F. .Wt.. 'Offico hit DwelUo lIoglf the third about50miles south r St. Augustine ; 'By power rae V DW tI&
o .t g Far the uunty or Columb 00 Monday : 10" 20. 131416,2s,2; ,. shall elpottot bdre 1e Court '
q' ; formerly in the late G V e
: coas plad Sugjr by
It" BrU" StrH& 10' Dtmnbtr. 1. 12,3,4,5,6,1.8,9.10.11; door in .the or 1"
II ,WOd./4 S, rek. Office cha 'St. George Street, The U4; Dijict Court, at ,st Augustine. OD the der qe,.1900 and aowthe propertypfJ.sephtaling -. V 21 5'V; 12,13,14; 15, 18,22,26,31. day of DecembuDtSt'city Augustine fo1oWJnt! on die dectjbj I1-Mit"nall'or .>i.:

." tilt', doers Ndth of the Court h1oue. ftrst3foDday ia1lPril. aertl "' c V 6 land ,
,. much thereof '
10 22 ItJ. )9. oz 10 will
i' as Jh athereOD
'AIO py J
1000 .ereuobth or New Smyrna
., D1t.UGGIST" t .
jI T 1E TB&VBLLEB'SGUIDE. ; SV. .. due the SI and .p
', ii" 18 ; County for +
;, yearS 184
bull'. or the
Ea.t the north
.C. Zylsti.. Chemist and trugget. North V. : -" Ijramp, being bp.If 19: ),2,9,,17,18 and '51 te wit: '
i Id rllb cU5qu'ri,'opp te the mi.ne b..m. ROUTE Grant,well timbered aDd near DaYiga on. ; V' t iA' I
1 t.A 4 ..FROCIIARTJESTON'Pront Abofony thousand acres Od the St. .' 21.23.30. 5 500 acres ofsecomLrate Iud aboi4.ben { pl-. I

". LAWY'ItR8. between Lake George anil Late Monroe, u 11" 20 ;, 7,18,20,2324.E l..g.or25 Rier, lying io sections 19. u(20,township i.hI ) 't
CAarltiton to ZfewYorL Leaving daily-at 27,28,33. ,1gor 3f 29.said tract oUife hundred aere\jaasseasd t jj. ., ,
Ar. ohalaable IwDmock and timbered S Pe
u. S.B. Goi1l. oun.Uor, It 4'Law-omee on 31..2, o'clock '. x, B1' Steamer to 'VllmlQitoft ,180mllet.By rioustractL pine, S 21 ; ,3.IOn,12,13, 1-1,15, dro Codfacio. Y.'Unless 'i".:,t., ..S II
'T ttllery !. Railroad 10 Weldon 16Z ,miIeiTo Pe- ; 27,28.29,20.,33, and ,
19.20,21 taxes :
expenses e-p.aid before the
: Abo 3000'acres in AlachuL day
ounceUor county
., .. Aitom anti ,
., y tersbtzrg 63.-T IUchtnon4.ro AcqllJ&Creek I V V 35,3G. of aIIlJe. 5V : ..

.,.t.II "'omce,. PJc !lataltreet. ".._ 7ta-By teain"'rtG ub1DJt Dt55---B RIroad to S CotwnorSugar.Also, 600 acres in. ll1mbia' County, ", 11 22 : 4 6.7, 19.30.31 ., ,.- ANOVAti.'mR. "ntta J i-9:.<: pa. '

I S F &tua' &INt 0, h144OTD IIIdtPh3 92.-To NW.YO87'Tot1 j hann.t4nta1.J 'J'. '. ..V ,. 1S .. V .AWREDONDOi-GRANT, S ) ax '\JSeaaor srg Cuector\ J.,J.
'citlt.iri e".comoe b J gnftmd .ocr tot 4sttee m1 ea.tIm ,'0EiF "V -- r.M., '.'
tb t&ith Win orthe.CoQl1I1.WIt" 8 I Sui4'ern Apply for.trma S .parti't :c. 'i2 r1t; ..t\t.l flOI1,12. .:15 -

r ., 1Ii &'. i '.p1CuneUor if t (Bitaml ip) leaVes Charleston QEO. R.FAIRBAN NI 19 ; 2. G, 11. 12. 15, 16, 18. 19. "l'aX COhleCo'MaIe. V \
: ror.the the
Agent purchaseawl virtue 21' ?
:; I eteg tfn1h97.nn -. r '1 r" I" V 20,21, 22,23,24. By power vested in me by w4 V1
t S. 1D.60}oun..Fire C&lIe.fioom 89S. i UrSSCVW'.lS V 12420 EV31 of 1, 3.5,0,7,9-10.I exp5ie for sale before J1& Cuur lloaJ.
; JBL1CQFFTCEc. .Fiom Clulr'ltd,. III PliltlelpAlThe Osprey iiu uMine. Feb22a80. rr: 5' ; 1I,1.\IGI1,18.22 doo inThe city ofItit..Augu.tin on the first Moat
I Post O/tc G.E. t1ambisflost l\laM how-
leea Charlestod nertothet atnrday, .t 4 g'clock, '\ 25 1,2, 3. 4 6 12 13 day otDceY ber.f.xr. the UowiD; de8"nbed tract .t._
, ,ard'. bviW1ag s. Erbuildings Markesciqure. xr-tu6ulh 60 ho '. Fare 820.. I S1'ADlLlol'Y ECURI Y'-PE } ; 15,1 oflan4orso mu htieteo1aawiflpmy1hetnxs V
I s.ntor aeaeralt l1ee. B. Ai1elnz1d Sureyor Fnma Chs.trLesto. to Nt".Ork LeUiDt daily S 900000. 2I22,23,2. I on chic the Statet nd. Count fur years 1849. seP
I : General, od lIo.piul,Street,corner or AnUltry! 12" 22 ; c. G,1,18,19. VV I V .o, I
, at JOfielock: L x. BI S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 THE MUTUAL LIFE s 61. to wit :
June and Uoit t&J Strtct. .n1iIesUy Deorgia Railroad to Atlnnta 171.-By COD AlfY GEO. R. AIRDANKS. 19 acres ofrecrnJ rate Jani, near head ofMoM V ,

I lA.d Office.t iitie-- --tte.no .Reilltt'r Macon and \Vt.tl'rn Railroad to Griffin 42.-By OF NEW YORK-NO.aS WALL St. Augustine, Feb. 16, 1850. f.. creek south Of :r. Augustine., lying ln'iactiou I II
PGbUc Lande-Offiee Court
.or i
S Opolkka 3 .-By Railroad to Montgomery rid29, to"naMp Brange 30 )
Stkge to ltJET Acpinlatid' Fund, Nov..1st .
T. ofl court
, S ., Houz.: Receiyer, lIS -Br Steamer to Mobile 3.11To New.Odeln.lli6. 1 ,000. infested io Bonds aDd \ fsiiA.LY.j RE"'J.Aff Said tract was graned to F. 1. Fatio, nn1 commonlV .

; I fudge of Pt'bati (U. .ltump11tr J i' )office Total-tdJataaee. 1,006. !flhleL Time .123. hol1l'l. oarral estate iniacit7 and Brooklyn, and CERIES-BPltING SUPPLY called the Ifn. Fortune'a pbc. assessed 'to.- ::
: rare 839. 50. nrtlu SUIte '.City of New and F J Fatio, lad unless taxes. and .
an York hALL NeW erpene palJ
in.he1rt lioue.S :\ .' f.11 .. S CIIR. .8 day from York is dis- are
I ber"re of.Ie. I'
Peter th Dun', Clltk Circuit COu" 4)ffiae ioI' From C1drlllUIi to' NliD.Otlta.JtI bannab, States GovemmeDt. II 'Ve offer the' follow'ng' List 81 compri- te day A. :

the c.uh House;. )/ daily at 9 i.. x. By Stener'to. S'vnnah140inies.By "I'his fund is : Idly increasing by ,a widely I oUt' af80nment. We solicit a cal!. jArt1les .R B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex.off 4t

,f' 1cfddZ B. CctItnCl. serUrand tu Col ttGror. Central Railto Macon'and Western Itail- ,ded and prosperolis b\Jsineu.1 and liberal discount to the Trade, in or- V ,Tu Aseasur 311,1 Collector, s. I. c. I .'1

; ice lotbe Court ffoue. road to Bameuille 40.By Stage to OpeJaka 100.-, TheCompany decinrl a dividend 'o't.p ) inal pJckag 'S ray 31:, 185I V V -

I' Collector.'I CusIFp4 kn r.1, lIan80n,offlee-. I By Railroid to Montgomery 6&U7 Steamer to Mobile I ty.two percent on all existing'poIicies OD -Y OUOt Uysoo, old do."Twlnkt, Gunpow- V "

S Planters hotel. Sfl 331.-To New.OrJeaDlI66.Total distance 1,032 of January, 1848. dee, Imperial, Bohe5, Pouchong Bouc-bong. Tax CoUector'taZE' I'V.

, Irupttll .f 'ClUtoM. Ora H ward. office io milea. 'time 17 boll. Fare 839. 60. I All Ike Profits arcdlvlded; : ,&c.-KeJ Loaf,crushed dP; Muscovado By yirtur or the wer VVf5tedW tile b.YVV1SW 1.1 f .

( oWJld .iiuitdingi. Market equare. .. MISCELLANEOUS 'rABLE.Distancn i 'tbe .l d. (bright;) Liquorice Paste; ftcI Candy; for sale before the Court 1I9PJ'

:. I. Vfj Droiu*. Judge U.s.. Court" Nordi.rnDistrici'cfFlorida Fare Tim The premiums are payable n$ cash I Wst India Alolasse ; Havana I ,one,. door jn the city of& 'Augu e'00 Jh fitstMojay I,

I( office I the outl Houle. t To Athens S Ga., 221 'm. r 87,95 20 h. annually, or quarterly, interest being. added ,&c.-Java Green; do.ground Chocolate; of' December nUl,.the. following dllcnbed ratf .AI i

'; ,G. B. F4irkw. Cletk U. M. Court ofl1iaF j "Cbattpnooga, 'fent.1 445 -.:. &i3,12 31 deferred payment. I prepned Cocoa. V land or as much tbereoas will! paythe tueJ.tl1e '
the Codrt Holsr. 'r' I 1 "ColumbaS. C., 130 '400 .8"Camdett. The cash principle adopted '; >LE:-Commoo Sperm, anil T'lIow ; and on due the lhat aDd County fat years 18-19'.50'w. _,4
f .
D".t,Mudd. George Zetiabaur! 'office 10 S. C., 142 400Hambug '. cures to the parties t3r who& benefit theI 'Vick. '51, and aU eetsiary expenses incident thPkto" to i
tht CoUrt HouJ 'f- : 8. c. ,136._ 4,00. 8 are efJ"t"ct, the whole of the advantng V having ;white. scented ; nritga ted do;end wit : Jotn

.' _rRDNANCE -- i"Mem ,T1a.,Teun.;... 740 28,00 -, subjecting them tc the heavy drawback o Brown. S )82 acres or 2J ra'e! 'Zd beiur"a .halt of the V ; au

DEPARTltIENT.C. engen for J'tber of,tM, shove places leave latedpreiniurnPersois n '1 Flog, 165 and. 18; Covandish, Ladies Red Jui'e Branch tract about three miles NiIW '1 .'!. to1

, ., Jitnvi R.Echa.. Ordnance Stott kHper Charleston, daUy by S. Q4Ejiroad. ai' 10 o'clock. may 9eflbinsurc, on their o :Twist, paper'l'ob c.coMacaboy Sl1ul1, Scotch do; .from the'chy'of Augustine pdrchased br Det1.
; .mee 00 St. Geoigestreet fcw doors South .of A.4X. .i and the lives or oth n., A marri&I .oninn Regit1jPriucipe and'common Sgull. pin from John and. Anto lojflaertas. lyiaga.pard Insections34,3 -I :

t .Maj, B. .A. Putnam' ttll nce. Persons deli. I __ -. cure the life of her husbandthe i1d1t of Brandy, Olard, Dupuy & Co", do' Dor.deau'x And 36, 'onol,6.. rlDle 29," j jW
Tax CoU "''B Sale. seurcd by law for the exclusive usefh rselr Jamia old aqd sections 1, 2VSfld 3 wp.1..' t1
fOUl 01 1itipg the Fort W111 make ippilcation 'p-v ; Spirits ration Rum;. ,10? I d01 29.sisernow
.capt. It&ihi.m. Ip By Jeue of.b power Ytltt'd, io m by l law I dren. 1i, Proof holland and Skiedao Gin ; Whiikey bnknw. UIWllft'f' to/J.sep1pIn. 4 I
II efpose'for sale before, theourt JloUe Clergymen and air others depe-zi.feol \ the other half hn;_ eft Michiet I Iflu'!
I tc1 up Scotch do. (a tine artic\ei;) assorted Uqours.Vines. ,! conveyed to 'Lsw 'ItIUS ,
JUSTICESOrThE P ACE." door ill ,the city or 8t. AugustIneth4tst ,Ion- net are specially invited ro avail themslvCs Madeira, I ward" Marsh4c Co., ddr Mar.aeilles or parJelton, s. C. '. ,I Ir

: Jameal!, Go 1d. ,e day or Decexnbernezt. ". 1e (oMwJfrzf.d .vibed tract source whereby their.u"iYing famileWoy be and Molaga; pale aid broi. uff4ord; Ii Unless tiie and expenses Dpdd. before tI tb.' rlar I_

c G'to: ,. PAWi,, Notary Pubtic-office Bar, of land cc II muchcreof as wil11 the laid rom th"evils er penary. 4- Co, Sherry; Port ClAmpagne.'E tpa kling l ofale. V V ,

&reet a Uttl.'Nbrth or the Market md text door r thereon.due the dtate in'County f Jean. -1849,.150 Pamphlets explanatory of the principles II I vintage, 1832; Bordeaux VinegaitPo ? R"'i.P..CANOV, Sheriff nnd tX.-ffVWx V

o the tOlt oflite" SS '51, to wit.: k ai5 LiCe Insurance, and Hlutrating in pintll and quarL8tLond an4Leitk4Beer; AssessurandCulredir.a. l. c.

-_- 4' 'f" < ,LOOVacrrs of reeon1 rat 1and44eCtiqn. ,,38 orpn1'&tuuneYIJ forms ofapplicationD1ay be obtained at the Claret. : May i,. )61. i
; I town hip .IS," nse 28 iouth and the or of its t
CITY .OFFt ERS. Company, 35ValI st. or any .
Olive, Sperm, Cut.r, and EI pb.nt. '
and the of Lake nid '
Dqn' ,
) east being 00 eu si*
Mqor-E. B. Goutd, .t ( TRUSTEES, UJUAMCS0M'
'( ,
herring, Sar4 Sahnoa Mackerel, and "
.5 t ., 100 acre 1sasst, 'a to1snn J inilry. ColliD' David C CIden
Lumu.Al" S JosjJ ,
__. ____ .*. .5 ..jlklittzd 4rire.n&1a'before the cia Wm Ed Cod. > : I' .v: ; .1 NVTOht$, : .
aiLa1 S 4.
r V
Iff-, "c' .'e 1' 'flIred s,. ---- --- r. ::
: .
f F1.d* t. I / J., LtirANOyAtherifand exflMSeSSOE .E ; 1llQnt. : : Cbe se. .. V ; # RERS.r.

'f' Clerk of IA. 01I, OJ..dZ. Charte'lU crr"offieeI ''rax' and Couect Jf"I.! :. c.. C'WFabtr, JfiaaG 'pear.l r'r Raisin., In boxes V half,or qrl' hexes V: Zaste i 4 5VSrV._. __*_ V V : "I

I S at the Council room. )fy alllt 1851., John P Yelvertoq, Henry WeIlM Currants ; Genoa Citron ; Dates, in fraw, Prunes The UediteJjaufca1 Vj 1.

Cite l\fczr,1c1 Gill .'Clri oj tAe Market, F. P. 'rheo Std wick, Wm Moore, in glaW jars; Taxnarintb'4'V Paper
Tax Colleetors le. 'I V'S 4IXTJJ
8 *
S 'Fem-ira. '. SS Stacy B Collins, Zebetlee eook, In'ClUef, nf'ort'd; An.trcan: .Cordi 1.den' iN T1lVWOaVLVD f 4 .
\ ., PORTWMDENB.( By virtue of the powevested ift me by law, I John If t3wifi, JonaMiller, botlou! case # I I VOLUY1EOFT,1 .,I

P. Zflstru4 Clarlu Itcager' Jo,. B. Pomar.. ,t'Jpo for sale krore the Court Hou..e John Wadswonh David A Comstock '. Bordeidi Soft Sheil Almonds; Sicil rr.uad i i'IE: 'I''IC A.tJEItI1jN. 3.5-V
door Jo the city or St. Augustine on.t tfinatoo.dllY S M Filber8 l\taddra ;
S Robert Shultr, VV ; Nui4tpr EnglisbV 31nu .j The I'ubli.ht"nt of die SCflNT1'za
AUCTIO EF.R.i" or IRcember next,the followingTdiacribed tract Goa MWilkin9 James Chambers, Drain iuk.; Pea N ul:5W I1C3flV, L'\utll'I&Cucoa CAN Aiti I 4
of land or II mach thereof u will pay Ithe I. respectfully give notice thai the :;lrrB'OLlJI
Geo.CenterF.P "S
tJ Ferreira and J. A'oI Striecha. taxes John V L Pruyn Joseph TU"kennn Nuts. .. of this valuable
I thrrro due the Stats CIJanty lor'yurs'' I Itigbt. journal cltnuneoced 00, the 21st-of ;
''I' S ajd 1849, Fred Whlulc8f'Y, Moses JI Crinntll Very choice 01.ia hail b6 x qt. boxer September 4ist. 'l'he
4 W. t' character of
and &
50 and 51, aU ineldent te
MERCUANTS.t neces.ary expenses Charles Ely \Vm J Bu ker, ,and tenths, choice qualities and rteclllS AXEJUC II too welt knowo
1I.Jolld. C r. 'Vhote.alt and Retail dtlter thereto, to wit : John C Crogrr'' Dotilh importation. V 1 throughout thicoiiutry
Engine 4
l\ 'n first qutlity F miJl OrOC'triu of;al! kinde, U. I 15D. acresof second rate land Oft the 19laao&s, Walter Joy, V 'raneis S Nutme"3,V Mace, Cloves, Cassia Pepper. dicnzsed'require'a thruh its cr.amnlt.aecoc'nt! of .Iu. ,aJii' b'OJtCUJ'; I',. Am'Ctuo
&e No.g El8t aide North River about twelve miles South from St. Augustine Alfred Fimento V
S lUon Charlottf Btttet; pell!, J 0 1"uJtcher, II It enjoys den
tf the.uMiesquizc. : and lying It the mouth 0' Moses creek, known a; JOSEPh B. PrelK'rVt's. a IIJnle { lYe ai'J) ir flllt'ni.1t cirn1a. _
jOLLINS, In or12 1381jar8 each tion thnn
cases asor- any other jOlrnlI or jtela
Achille Mura.sptace,BOld ia April J829 : Waters V jqrnt'ri
(Jeote flirt Dealer In Staple and Fancy DrY smith, 4ttorney ift facaor Achille'Marat' Rfchard by IsAAc AIBATT, Secretary.Jostrit ted, GU1V/Jelly, in halflb. and lb. bOles. : ,les I I : 'VI

Goode, Wnt tilde or Charlotte .street, a few doori Tow wnernow, unknown, useued to Richard G. R. FAIRBANIt BLt7'fT. Counsellor. Syrups. Lemon' Rupberry, Currant,Gm.ger it i 3 pcblibd week'y' ,;t4 rorto, i in'Q1rnrtG"
'1 North I of TI'f'ilury Latie. To", ,. Ageot.St. Augustine ,C .nlflOO lemon. Form.on fine paper,affnr end jr1h leaFy' 1

. : Seth M. Wahmas,, Wbote and Retail dealer ,Unlffll Tut.a d before ofok. Feb 16th. 4ST. Tomato W.lnDt.l\ushrcom Casp!, inquart. an Inustfl1ttd incycJop--lla3. of or Four IIunIrjdV :
expenses are pail day .
In Dry Good.tDeI Or eries. Grocery store 'Oft the S V pial' and bottles; East India Curry Pages, wIth an Index, ADd f.orn Five 10 aix hundred ,8

S grountflboT or the'Cit: ''Hotrl-Drt Goods Store: R. D. CANOVA;Sheriff and ex.oft' fit m1f iiUm Powder;JlaUari Macaroni; Italian! Vermicelli; I. Original Engraving f11 ese-ribed by lrtt.er4 rl'fncnee; ,
Charlotte -tlftt, oppoelte Mlnel P1nkham V. London ail rttd sauces; Camp sauce; John 11u11wBeefStake besides a, trlat aulUWU if ptactkal infrnation 'fOIJ- .
Tax Assessor
X.". t If N. Pidhri Dealers in Fancy and Collector V I. I. c. AVGUT1NE. Sauce; harvey Reading C..ic; Es.sence cerng .pro {e51 or eientJfic an'Mtcbanic.llm. ,
Goods & ppolit' ihe elanten Hotel on East May 31st. 4 S S or Anchovies, ; Anchovy Pute" Ptpper prOYtU1p.ar., mis'1tivU Engi.neerin: tlauufae.taring .

de of Charlotte street.' Court TIllS ESTABLISHMENT Sauce V iii i.ta various branches, ,Architecture. Iuoqq,. ).
.EDltero CIrcuit :
l'it1ro Bd. DealerhOr ceneso PgoyjsiOflI&C. : to Florida.S.. .; ing undergone Thorough R tards. Superfine,in ba fib. and qr lb. oeanisim,, Botaoy-4a abort, u' embraces the exiire, range i. .

-.- -omer of CUDI aDd$t4 Ot'Orn street.S a IN CUANCERY. present season, is: now battles English roun c1., the Am ndScience.. :
1taUi Cr qo. Dealer in' FamIly atom, Provi.S Peter Bf-nef, Admioistratorl reception ot conit7 FAMILIES Oil Bordeaux,.'Matefles, m, lieskeJ& of 12 It also P Ueaes.D originAl' (eaturenot r zncf Ia

ion*, &e.eomtr of Chariotte.DeI Budge .tree,. &c. or Francis P., SaD.he, V TRANSIZ T carl have botlca; Fbornc ,in h lfchests 0(30 fietties. any other wekIy jouni l io' the country, vt.. art
t t. .I ;'.P. .9r.iaet.: Watch maker md Jeweler ODGHre deed., (or ,the use of Aaron V Apartments. V V French ,ariety O1jes,' Capers, C rn1eJmtis Ojirid Lin iJf PCk1l1 Claim,prepared expressly rr..col11D1nslt ]

ineet. neArly opposite ffie or Dr.tek. Fnedlander, I' Room! Airy, Cle u" ,and Anchovies in sa l2bottks eacb. 1 the Patent Of5c ,-thu COtUluttlti t

7'1"Ntlu.o Retailer or Suat"". Shoes, Cape1 ) vi..Henj. V fleas. Itself,furnished Crackers' r flaWne, 1.2 bentS, .Jii j \tneriean'Repertory of IDYeotio' V Fat

S.. hits sod Dry Goode", fut side f Cbarlottee stzeet A. Pltnam. Executor J Bil for' Accoant 'Nothing 1VauUn. V : do' Cit rOQll, Figs,Cocoa Nuts Txas.-eQa-yesr8t for I% !cnt1is.V V

cori'r or Charlotte .treet and Treaaury Laae. / Peter Mitchell df'cd. ot'J'andDistribution.LongworuiuiYlIng The_house is well known as bein2 do. a Oranges, La oas,' V AU Letters mlt5t.he POI'laid and diff'cted ;.fJUUNN
Lawrence '-AndreU. Charlotte Bread. En2liab cbene. do. .t.
Tailor4 street, Sannm &..
'. S pear 'he ),.(, ? ,: 4 LoDgWOrth E, 1ecntor dtcd. I IofToseph I r odatiori, Expreisly ot Inralids with and a otAm.view'to e *T1-Br c, .Fr'inesinjarEboies.c; -5 P hen, of the Scientific American

Jou ''U, ft4. Boot, miker hula UI atreet p being Year' Cake Currants 128 YaJtoo N.
1ae .City lldtelt '. I', nearS and.I',o e unknown Legal built of"WOod, With Rooms connecY1g. Canton' Pteryes Street 'ork.. 1S
: Cakers Almonds assorted Nuts -
I VS li eavi'I
MiceI44 NrlEij nCthlnet. ; Nakr,' CharlotteS aleS Repreieiittlves.loetp,1i LongortbetaLJ aDd heirs of ing Doors; &. which renders it 'Free ,in casks.boxes, Hickory,Nuta; ,Gaa Jelly; INDUCEMNTt FOR CLUBBING. S:

stretbeIoW Temr.eraoce HaIL Affidavit DM'lpncss. Fireplaces Blinds to Cayenne'pcJ'per,French Mustard Pickles assorted Any person wbo wilhienfsix tq l'Q t Abeerihe ,
; JeAt'Mcnwq.Bttck Smith&nd Gm Smith near 1:1': hl1'itig been 'adeto Ippear! by that lh'ugh, opening, on Piazza Promenade Iaiqoorcei8tick Chocolate;arted. mooths. it cur regnlar rates.ahan be.e.t .
: b N.i1h qari1tihp Cftr. the Pendant, Nicolas Loaponh residing i Hundi'ed Feet. Pr iection;from Rain iu!'etpr or the same "
db witliott the ,hixnftsof Fiends; r.Dd also the other de- Preserves,domestic aDd foreign, Ale. Port i. Dath o&imeof' will
-'t fendtnts.V I IVinds.&c., fo'rminia desi..ble UETE.&T Champagne,.Choice Winej, .LIqu r."C r- furnish.'V, I
AMbSEMEN'r 1 I confinement at all of Best Tobacco Cider &c V V 10 copIes for 6 m f 15 copies f
.., L 1M' O motion cC William A. F..rd, CoinptzinantaCa4L seasons the I Ciga V .4 : 888'' r 12W,2 .
'IU' .Ii :1. 1iAJ .Ora. .ito .Jt. .IIF'fltwf4 Mihi&Defrn1tPdo : The.Ho is. siluated facing Soat in, : Gund8ageMarjorarnThylDe. .Savvy, aDI 1o'.S V 12 : 12 '
H Wa i Weltffll HOJ1e3b.bLd, .
: j appetra&iDawer thDnpibEtt* Pill aDd siti orand retired & mu UID "" td : -

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A. F. Bridiar"OitJ .JRttail : die heri-or-otbtrwile,the suns than be :ken. pro- 'Ii' Parlouta' Dining.',Setting i ,B oom Cordial, Rue do fnI1v8luelIfr- 41 V4 j ., ; 4P V T
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V P1U couf venienceain F lL mp Oil, CoraBru, V ; -
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U1ty. H : week for four Off, Oits Hope, Any penoD'lendfag u threaubecjb
I : b pnbliahed ODCe & cona tit'ell The well earned ReputatroD .this tin
'. moathliD aome Newspaper published within this circuit. has from 'e8r to Year cqulred4it jjJl C..dl V 1MCkLth! LInlf'.NaiIs, titled III a copy or the JJiltory 'of PropeQ u4
y ; ., !. ne do. LuJDber,Shingles, Paints Steam Nl1'iga re-pUblished ir book ( ,V
: Proprietress DAVIS/aim orm.-lJay
Oc* 41. t4' 'koJat M il&tq'' Brhlies City to do. lroDBar & lfint appeared series-of
(I THOS. DoUGL S, ;.It,, fc., fie.CnWied'to'be" for the V a anlCu' publisbed
., "tel. '"'' I : 'i I. true.CoPl S SWitneaamy : Iiberal.tronag V heretofore, ,, : Naa1tStomTuRop the fifth Volame of the SdtDti5c' Amtrie II
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S .5 >; 'CauicUEs. i. Uandaud the Scalof said IUms J ainOakumSpikts. Copper,NaiLr,T 1' Sheet. I one ofibe most complee works upon the aabjf'C
Court,the 10th.1'ebruary. 18U. S It The Table will be supplied with ,bat and abeeu/V trdeiril.Varniab.PaiDt. issued and contains5 about ninety _,

I .z c14zc4tkw. NortbdeMonumenT P.1LDUMAS. Game, Oysters, Tdrtl&' r-.trt Ducks, Chalk, Whitlnt,P1tty Vermilion.Red Lead Yelm i75ecn *. eDvnili. > ".

T quare. >, I Clerk c. c &leAsE 'C'ott t,. ThVrkeys and Shell Fjb.which at tlJis Ochke.Glue, &c., I.. V V '.Jane". S S jrii
: .Eop i C4qrd: south sIde MonDlDtDtlqUa! February 15th, 18S1.V I 4m lWJILl our Rivers and Forest abound. '' FF PowdercJo ht r.anistm Sporting, Bar Lead, -5--

'WL.ri, c&c1. On 8t. George, greet, ; more fftmtcrs sporting exclusively fo :Sh t'FJiDtI, ShotS.p, 'Powder Flasks Bean I Bean f r Bean : ,', S

; \ pvt&th Of tbesoAuire. Ant .IHIQJlkfJlfDiHlRmY8 House. V Idnea,hooks, NetTwine, Lamp Wick,Seine S. will-purcbase..n .the Scsi Oil and Grme' '

S JJdt4dia1 Eji.icpa are. S'ItrMt, ,}; ENGLISH ANItAMERICAN: horses CarriasPonjs Gun$. '. IeTiine V V iLthat the eitiuu of Florida will abip to me i 0*.

:'r t, S seal, the MpoliA'' .Uuz'r.' 'r i S Tackles.'Boat for Excursion,&.c. '. MISCELLANEOUS.-Alksnte 3fats: Table ftDwtJae Oil at OnD.llarper gaUontwt
TERdr 1 I COURZ EASTERN rncr1 ; S pia&V 'Vert spectful1r-; I IS ; PVipe!; VtlYet'Cor ;Ameriean Seem; eo- must be pump iD goad Swat Jari, or whf id ."

i .' V waOUUUA.P'UT L nl..Itzi'isENGLISh. p op. 1 :1'R 1 Sweet pJcel Carsccu, Sweet SPICed pr fiifly cents perouud4 Th&anIcfetJ'pure'qr ""
.OF1PRIDA.. V Prepared Cocoa Cutile Liurjce J will mOlt' positinlT
S FRENCH .AM RICAN AD SV' ; Soap; Paste reject dae I.r
grin,. n&JC' V : .\ '0: I .OEMAN I N. 'B-It,I. the wish .01 'tlJ ; Pearl Barney#'aney SJJauiC aul Toj- lan otitiea oCboch.t! artieet.'uc, coa_ paha
2 rort1ae. ntiN M'Qrallpaaci St. Lade., ., .t'Mtl'ocri1W.o1i. $ SCOuahtoD 5Bitters Wine UTgp jQdae 9ru. Send
pricteesithat tJJ..8ervant. tt 8; : ,. Bitters: Wd- : anyV UUIfl7 Irons '
S S .third Ta 11D ApriL" ; S BU (M 1Ji JN. S zznriciis. ,' :. /10 the HOllie shouldbo: tJltf kaD rittnSand. like, Pot Barley. Oat 'ialJoo0. ko gallon at a time or more it P 't..r t '

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