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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1851
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
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THE ANCIENT Cllf. NOTICE. LINES I k(. 5..Tho abolishment or prohibition*'and the I WORE OCTSAGES.Another fUJtlye s1'val.' "

.. HEREBY GIVEN, that application will be reduction of import duties on foreign been arrested, ill the North, another moTisen \' ,
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IS madeio the Judge of the Caitera Circuit AFTER THE MANNER. OF THE OLDEN dISC li.required. and'the duties.b to re'cue him, and ba*succeeded* d ]
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i vEJLY; S ( orida by the Petition of Jlmet'Ed'tJ'di'Admin' "UIE.II not.DO over 40 per cen$ gy: EtMA ;of AM & te of E. M. Wanton. deceased, .' ,S '6lb. The heavy eOnhepp 1 \'aflaj at Syracuse lai similar to. the e' t

-- eor' ',PJajW: btdll. "Cb.rlea.. ti i gl'icirn kqita4rImiaat. : i .Boston,only:tQQre so. In Dunkirk no-
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Jlro Angastine, at 10 A..M. for authority to enough, and fr&mjbeproduct, of this a case and in four others tHo hegroc* cscarP
,first lotertJoni and Ftrrr: Cons for each real esUte of aaid Edward M. Wanton, deed. Thou god of plcasuc nnd ,of pain 1-.' fqml shall be created fror Ac exclusive and I d "' S
wit : 379 1-3 the West aide of Rifer St. None can ,there's oneAll < '
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c IDS irtion. A deduction sacred toC' making war on The compromise is as great a b1uner.irro.
; ,,, adjoining John Sanders' Plantation,470 1-3 others find the effort v q.- purpose .
aerlcd for six mouths.p. savages. licy, as it is false in principle.. if the, jVer.h
East iide of St. Johns River It |place.called Thou cause of all my smiles and tears ahalPbe
ma aiJr h3m, and 300 acres at a place called CoU Thou blighj-and bloom of,all$' I 7ih. The Introduction/of groceries determined extort,' and the South to surren-
'Wflbeueeuted! on I'f'lIeonBble ttrm. on Branch Eaol of St.:'John Rirer. my y/ara \ p rmited, on tholrontier of the, l io Bravo der a right it would baTe'been better for the

: GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, *'Lore bathes i.m'i in the'morn ing dews, free of duty; for five years i8th. peace of the country that the runaway'ncgroes -. S

ART-UNiON'OP Attorney for. ttitIoneis.AtM9 : Reclines him in'ihe lily bells h J t lor! the forefgn commerce a frontier should be,ceded to the Nth, than tha' ,

1851._ N32 t pos s1r\tbB rdiribow tues J Cdsfotnhoase shall be established at toe town territory which Wasgiven up- )t.would hdva

..Iaeo orated by the 1 3 I Exccutow Notice: 4 And sparkles\ Inthocrysipi wells, '; Reynosa. -' been better even for the border States of i />

Pcunftflvcmia* Weeks after date intend to apply to S Or hies him to the coral caves, '. .'r u '9tb. The towns,seconding this plan, subject South. Rut oily Is very apt to be a companion ,

FOR THE, PROMOTION OF Four Judge of Probate of Putnam county for aDrdtT Where, seanrmp61JIpoi&benenth the waves. themserVes to the authorities of the respective of fraud,and the compromise is so compounded'
\- decree for the sale of the following described Jf *"v 9 plates that may-sccondth.same. SS as to be precisely the most'odious to both sections .
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of land or so math thereof shall be necessary Love vibrates inm windhafplSne- ,10th. This !movement is eminently national that it was possipl to make it, out of

tJl'IlTI.D STATES.OFFICERS. supply the deficiency! of personal assets for the "With fays and..breads.lingers, hti-. .. and liberal-.-consequent!* the state and towns I the elements of strife which the architects had.

of the just and lawful debts of,Joshua Hick- GJe in the ring cube watery..'mooDj. mat may.adopt th$ some, shall, bu sustained at hand". S i

I : deceased, to wit: One tract of Two Hundred: ,Or treads,thp pebbles of the sea.:>;, $ /.; by the liberatin&forces. '. We Rre told that forcible resistance to law, i

fi p IIrnr-C. CARET,Tretidint Wopix' { Dd Fifty acres purchased by said Joshua Hkkman.:1 LOverulea"thocourt, tn i amp, the 'grove,-. j' ilti.! A portion of.said forces shall 'be permanently treason.' : If so, there mutt be some forty 5 5
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I VUJFresWent., EDWAKD BttortliJt P. '& : John M. Bowden, and called Spring GroTe. Ob,every where we ''meet thee,Love! destined to carry on hostlllities against traitors at,Boston, two,hundred at Christiana,. i
; rer,11flbT1 ThP of Wi1lia Gardioer S
othcf tract purchased '
p :, itez4IW.. : DEWtt,Corrt'.Pndin containing' one hundred and fifty .acres, and called And everywhere iso,welcome'finds,' '. the barbarians until the complete paci- and perhaps w mariy at Syracuse;in all about .
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ricution of the frontier States five hundred. The punishment ot treason
Untera, situate on Lake GeorgeiQ said County,ofwiiich '
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I I MANAGERS: all persons interested 'willtalenoti: e. cottage door' to palace porch-" 12. These to'ns will hot, lay I down, their<, death. Docs anybody expect .to see tbcnv I
Love enters free as spicy winds, the eleven preceding If what becomes 'oftbe law 'of the
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James WILLIAM HICKRIAN/Efreutorof arms contejits! hung ;
4 Jo1\ftSrartaiu.; Chtrlei E.Toppan H. Barter, JOSHUA HiccMiir, deceased. With purple4 wings ond lighted torch. articles'be. granted and, realized. If the compromise( -.of the :.Fniont-Bou&ern Press-
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't.'barlr'8 With tripping silvery tongue General Goverment should be obstinate inre I MMHH MMWiBHMMHOTMWMVW. > ,
12th 1851.
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adD,M.'D.'S' Charles C.Ldend. July __5 And bow Dad darts,.behind him slung. :>: .
frontier FazE NEOKO .
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Edwin J the armed petition of this THK DlFTEBEKCS A
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.3oeIb D. "j ki OTICll brrcby; given to all concerned; that
I lord P.1iitch n. John'. Hart, ; ; I jjg 'J,h&ll,six months after date hereof; pretent to He tinkles in :shepberd'a bell. ".t I containing the Waritsof whole natipn! 4JD A FUGITIvE SLAVE.-A darkey in the S

James L. C13J\rD. the .Yiulge probate oft:Joins County for settlement The village.maiden leans' 40 hear- the States adopting this,.plan will organize a' South part of the State stole a fine horse and J .

4 'i' and allowance, p'y'ecounts as rJtecntor of" By lattice high he,weaves}:/spell, Provisional Goverment f faying aside alt idea soon after a saddle and bridle. Riding him.! ;
Evcr, Jlcmbcr* for Ibo the Estate of Francis Triay late of raid County For lady-fair and cavalier : i.-'. S of st cession annexation and that in order Into Alton, he sold him with his equipment {.

I wit receivf. ,f)r each 8qb'erip ou of } deceased.and' that I shall at the earn time, ask for. 'L4kesun-bursts on' the'mountain snow,: that this plan may have the nec SSlfv'pub- a sort of smart trading mulatto for line hun '-

a "rlIUNTINGTO of my final discharge as mch Executor. Love's'geniaL wa rratb melts, high ,and I licity,this meeting.hap resolved to address the :dred dollars down' :and then' "broke (or an
'8 "CHRISTIANA. S JOSEPH'AIANUQyjFxecr/' : ", %amti to.lhe illustrious Ayuniamieato being,tho abolition settlement" pa&amc himself off for n ,

'. '. rLctF"S January_ 251851. t.' : l1'heD. .giet\rnoll Areadl lI..wbr8fQ body of thiscitv. leavinz. to their consideralion fugitive! .. wa. -- furnished with.food- money,anil S
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: floliep.ot .k-- and deliberotion, the manner in melruJly tho"h lther lav" folks

'Bn crHd ,10SBPIl M Ice is hereby,' jveo, UiatAfci Yionths from Why does, he not ,to' Leila fly,, : they Will( promulgate it. roue. unfortunate',free'muluttoafter, ).thn, .
R! <: ; "AND TUB the first publication hereof,' will apply to the ,And soften ,that.obdurate .i' lrj. ,- I"t '* Jf.CA5ALEZ: J. M. GoftZAtXS,&C.&C., horse saddle and'bridle, bad been taken by "

A print orifc.fi, W' "Wf yon. the Coon pCPfobate of &t. Johns County/for S Scorn nerves Ker.proud disdaiftful heart Camp m .t heLobab'eptembcg: 3, 1853. the real Owners of them started pursuit'

jswrrffc A..11. J11TCIlIB my discharge as Guardian of'Mich&el), Phildmana, Bbe scoffs at Love and all his art U THS WAR BEGUR Ho, has had to pay his own! way ,along, and
Edward Aid Fmricis,P'p-y, Mi nor.Heir., of Michael S and catch S
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Or Lhe ihoice of\ny l oof_ WI ,.MaryB. Papy, Deceased.'* '' Oh., v-good, Love !-An toucher thou !. Intelligence, 'on which we rely has jns't. been' maets the' with no assistapce horse\bief to-overtake who swindled t bfrr.
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received front Cam that skirroUh tn0negrp
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GMl'EL P.CPGuardian.
p skill I fain would
II. Four t Thy utmost test ; dark : traiett'eshoufd
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rairtdauj'andTpasi
W ; takcLthe underground
M .' Crn and.the of the .
< S ,* '" ---U.. t bo her :1>reast I I vaJnJl regulars UoYerinel\ra Co
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lIJmr.LY ; t T c i',.! eart.1i1"Ui>TcaiJti>oHrite Ahare deariut1iieh"f'Jin whieb.A''II teci Q .tt "df.Jur.JL.1bd4ftr'; .. ., .5 5 5 S -
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I DBoiit 0 J$5iBSStiiX&.!_ ,:_,,-. ),.,- 'OrgiTeirn'bwc.k__ \ .
L.yarta.' ':' 1 1f goods and estate which were' ofR4ertIhutchinaon, Pat rofj wc'i'eu( fl fort ed Uia. .' .. -\f>.'': -:) \," '

BCY', Da .u&.l'iJi.fttlJyt II" senior deceased at die time of his deatjh; shall apply REVOlifUTJUIiV IV ME)1COl'ItONUNCIAMENTOi There Ii 0b' doiib.however thajCotnargo is m ,S Phe Pkiloupher and the faryman-A.Phil-
.3. ''M ",4" RilcAit. 110 the lIonornb1.Judge. .r.l Probatein and kit St. 'I I the hanJcrt thu victorj, .nnd that they are in cnbphcr stepped on a ferry boat to cross a.

f e &I.-nn 1 urn ITt Cnru Rtxt.Pai< ;Johns County the:State of"Florida' -final settlement -.i' IN .fHE.RIO march fur JieynosaunJ A/atumoroa. The.Goy- stream.. On.the passage he inquired ot'the
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tfagtov, of my aecouuw and for'a final discharge from GRANDE.BATTLEAT ernmeutlhas\ .weakened, itself, sending reinforcements ferryman it he understood 'arithtn tie: The

And atopy of thr the Administration nforeeaid. S CA.UAQGO. Cumurgo, 1th.t' these places man looked astonished. .
Art Union I THOMAS ..DOUGLAS.Administrator. will fal easily Into the hands of the revolutionists. "Arithmetic No air." ..
Philadelphia OF THE'PATfllbTS '
: a report : S VICTORY 'We learn that General 1 Avalos commanding S '"I am very sorry,. for one quaiter of your, tl
A.mDntht1'Impb1rteontaining. 'St. AugnBtinejApffl. 12th. 1851., The town In their Posscwioir, at Mat moras received the reports of life gODa.." ; f; n

tins of tlielntftiiotlon subject of the Pine Art* f. Oticc))ierii'ft'iyen.t at;'I will six-weeks af. .The brief telegraphic dispatch from the. three, eouriersyesterdey, but whnl news they A few minutes after he. asked- ; ,.'. j

4 5 : WHOLE i ''? ter date Dppl! to tRftJJ :idpe of.Probate' of SttJohns'conoty South west Pass, announcing the arrivul of 'brought,has not yet transpired. As there were "Do you understand mathematics" A
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'. 4 THROUGHOUT_ AJ> : for letters Administration, de bo- : the Steamship Yacht Copt, Thompson from no demonstrations of "uccess,no boasting.and The boatman smiled and.1.Cplied-- :.
nis non.on the Estate ofSebastiao Eaprnopo late of St. and slating that, a revolution the laxt he '
!elpUia Bazos Jagu, as company ofcavalry'at disposal ] "No. S
", ...The_AixtlDton-of naril. emtre wirti PhHa which< --- said' county, drccand. MAP'UCI9 .SANCHEZ.8t. i' had broken out in New Mexico: published i the of the General was dupatched toward the scatof.war I '"Well, then,'* said Ike philosopher, "anofh- ,

own-- ---- be purcbued fa any- ,_.,Auguytine, Sept. 5.1861., No36 D.lta of last evening created much excitementin .. we infer that the Patriots are sweenini? er quarter of your life is gone." 'J. "t .

works oft the may option aachelection of S \ S N tIce4L. the city\ and a general desire Jo learn :all bef r'tb m. Thus has 'commence'd a .J ttinkingwben then the boat ,ran on a'snagatdwas.:

S mayobutoaprtteatihe tltatf" at 1'c'I : .pcr| on.hating; any claims1 .or"
"<8Inw : Alt ] Estate tiC Francis Pass deceased, now; procucdrjo ratily'sby copying! (he ; :. for her pea pie justice and prosperity. Dulled off his coat,,and.asked the philosopher"o ,

Eremng ( oa creditors,heirs,distribatees,legatees otherwise* :lowing from the Bro\Y.nfv'Jlo| Rio, Bravo,.of The people of the United Stales will not stand ,with grea&carncslnessof'manncr'Sir : .

Wkich1ae4p42t oi1Ie ia Ycar. are hereby notified to present'them'to the subscriber the 24th ult. brought. s by Yacht, which ur- .with! folden l .arms. indifferent spectators of this can you swim It ;
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_.1' J.' I day ecerjf ;within t ''years from the date hereofor'they rived,tip in the course ot the afternoon i 'animating scene. .-' S j 5S .No." ;

' 1'11& !EXFZtUTIYB ( ) will be forever ,barred. S PronancIaQicutos on the'Rio .1 'Last momenl..-Wejust here,tint the commandant "Well, then,** said .,bo ferryman. "your'

& .; < ,",S Atlr UNION. :' KANCI3 P. FERREI> ,Administrator. 'S = Gr Dde. 5; oY all Artillery on the side of the Government ,whole life is gone for the. boat's' going. to"thp

:: '\\Vhe 10 qnestet,seleciworki ofArt, August 16.IEsSl, No'83rBlainmnrlndt S Wo occupy says the Rid'Bravo, from the :was killed, and some other persons, mili1 1 bottom." : -, . :

or COQ1ptl\l&tloa,.from Barley, Flax Seed, Arrow Bien Publico, of Matamorosthe, following plan tary.and civilCamargo taken. The'fight '

WEE .GALLERY.aio JL S Root,Tapioca, Cocoa, Chockolate, Liquorice, and pronunctamento, signed,by Don Igna io is up.Vve.- f IIEIIADIIIETIN.S

- in the OU1itr, Jognbe Paste, Race Ginger Spiers, (ground), fresh Cannlez, and other citizens Guerrero and have just received, by express says the We S think we have seen the following story .

'Ot.OM_ Croui pl'r Ga11eriet.lZi or public Mujtardf Cayenne Pepper,Carrie". ,/resh' >Salmon. forwarded by them to the commanding General Rii'Brnv /scveral letters which we gift below but it.is good e'npugbrlo repeat :

mote w Fine Art/ at retail by ot the Mexico, forces at ,)tamoro.. The giving the details of.(be battle of'amargr.By a Uncle Eb, 'as we used ,to 'call him,! among
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: : B, E. CARR. movement .seems to. extend tbrpughnut the poslcript in a private letter,' we learn that Micr lots of good qualities; had'a failing. He did .

i Subetrlptionl of mesnbei'a\85. August 16,,-1831. ', State Tamaulipas and,it i,'said will ,be gen-i and several other towns are in_the hands of love good liqnor but.such was the state >of

uti! at prcdcabIe 1O'.a$ to v : NOTICE. eral in all the nothcrnStatcs of Mexico- the liberators. S, his credit. that no one could trust hirn. ReIbereore
,V.artY'Dumbera9r Y "Rf ,",.\ i MONTHS after date I shall applyto the The Patriot forces are commanded by Col. 'RIO GESEinoCmr. Sepl.20-i.il'Fa"U. one day resorted toe trick,' to an- '
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wL e4l1po. the, ecept or.the I SIX Judge ,of Probates in and for Don Jose Maria J. Curavajjtl, and already Dear L. :The battle has been desperately iwer the great desire of'bb appetite. .

,0 1M eootry. the 'county of St. Johns for Ltttert of Dnckarge as number nearly a thousand men. His plan and fought and Cravajal has, been victorious- He'took two case bottles, put a' quart uf 'I

: Tbe UODoral' 4. retaIies will Executor of'the last will' and testament ELLEN 'pronnnciamento are extensively circulated commenced yasterday at 2 o'clock' and ended water into one of them,then put .a, bottle in

criptlonlot Rsni\.tal1CC't may,V.be' LYNESS,late. of said county,deceased. All persons 'throughout .Republic, od pin .the twelve tbis norning a:9. The Mexicans fought bravely each pocket, and started,for the store.

. GEORGE C interested thviein are JOHN hereby JACKSON notified accordingly Executor. I articles the Guerrero Patriots aa found 'be .,but were at.last forced to surrender, with ".'IJ take a quart of your r int said Uncle
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odd killed and. wounded four officers bottle oh the
I ) low. 0 sixty Eb,as he placed the empty counter. -
210 Chesnut Strect, April 26, t7m.NOTICEis I The movement looks truly formidable, and .killed among whom was Morales.! On,Crava- .... *

81JPI] :, hereby given, that I will, six 'tre believe is so regarded by the authorities of J.i'lido none killed and only seven wounded C The rum was put up,and the.' byttle replaced i
4 J; SER r this date ; prevent to thet Judge I he General Govesrment over,the way,? f'Plai&Tbo.u The military 'surrendered) at discretion.. Carvajaiis in his pockot, .ben Uncle-E"pulled! rr 4

; a, fJ.OJ" 6..fJC 1 1i of Probate of St. Johns County; my'accounts asExecutorpf ,all citizens of the now occupied In forming new laws'andsgu"o'1eaLnuafli1ery.with bb purse ,what at a. .distance might seem a

ltA la: riltl .,, : the 'Estate of John ,iLenngstpn.iJap/cf.allowance1 ,4 jity-of-Gucrjcxo,jh Kft'fitnlftjrTaroauirpas.Xnvibced .- / the quarter of a. dollar. J. :" ;::- : ''-.
od'p .I' Bald .nty deceased.\ fof,''ttXeied. : national has had b aaidVhe
, .' 'V"Yolt'b. co aaid'Judge C that the representation surgent while theOovernruentlroops one "Thisisflolhing but tin, Uocla .
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: "lIior Groceries lsioD..S1 : and I thall at the came time. Exeeatorsnip'ofsaid 1 paid >o 'attentiobf-lo the repeated' petitions or two moire pieces. But the canoneers were trad t. a >'I" *

.'. ;9fHr 10 It\milies aDd 9tbU i; Letter of dismissal from my 1 which they 'had sent to ihal t'sovereignty picked off by the rides until they could nolonger "Eb, now U'f a quarter," said'Udcle Eb

portUDlty opurchasinl .bJ tho Estate JOSETU A. STRISCHKA: Executor, 1 through the corresponding sources, for the ,, stand H. "It'. tin" said the trader,"I shan't: take ii.It's ."

.5 ,qaal1tttJ. of John Levingston.deceased 'j ibolishment' prohibitions and the reduc. This I acnd'you by express "and have no all I've got." j *

S 4 bbls Lr4 AO kegs do 2 b .12ih, 1651.; I Lion, of the tariff; the protection: due to'stop time to say more, ,Tours in haste, J. H.r. Very well!, you can't have the ram." .
45 ehoiildei S do Bacon, ;2 bbla -April- > I the depredations' o( the, Indians already !insupportable Uncle Eb, without much demurring, pulled

ackereI,S& Herr1n 5, ueursIcar.u'h .11 : as well as the :oppression they NEGRO SHREWDHESS.-A gentleman sent his from his pocke| the quart of waler. The tradflr "

: Oboos Soap 5OdoCandlcs, will purchase all the Beats C.and .Grease luffer'' owing. to the restriction. etber with I[black servant to purchaser ai fresh. fish.1 Ht. took It. poured it Into hi. mm barrd/art s :
q Aotietcesaico,30 bbls Pilot .1 tba th.citizen ot Florida will ship me in Sa- hostility of the.barbarians, are the. cornplete [ went to a stall, and taking up a fish began to off walked Uncle Eb chuckling'S,

S .Oraeso. 1imon*. 5.bWa TUuabJ the Oil at One iXUar per g&lloii he Grease' 'destruction riot,only,of. those'who speak, .' sniell it. The fish monger observing him -
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bblo 'lou,6O W a tiny, 800 most be put op in good Stone Jar,.articles for icb 1'willlifty beor41 bat of the whole frontier' have decided and and eating ,the bystanders, might catch 5 thescentexclaimed SMilahlo .'
The must -
: 300 da Data. fiObgf Bran, 1.0 paT cents per pound. IUM' resolved to hustalp with'their arms the contents A Wile Lo3tor&--Vae night a judge a

., ; 'iOba$keu fcoe,5ihdSugar, pure will moat positively the articles reject'them., and consider my of the folio wing articles I -: > you black" rascal, 'what do you. ., military officer, and priest all applied Cori.

10Q.ckl8at.V bbts Crackers lsrxe qcantitieiothth of it. Send any quantity roD.i Js .. The,..permanent .troops shall ba expelled smell my fish' for? lodging at an' inn where'there' was but one
, t. I lsdo Broomt 10 cheats T &t'tr good judge at a. time ;'or more if possible 1 t jemlory i of ihe'8tateasbeaug.per. The n g'ro'replied-;*' i. spare: bed and the landlord was called uponio'decid

: bocco & cerooas Tobacco, 10 pflonto. ten gallon 5, AVi HUMPHREYS, nicious,oppresaiye and: useless. ": S "Me no' smell your-fish,' 111Q3SS.recVb3t which of the three bad tha* hoist

I nad.other ,artidalnliko I ''Wholesale Druggist,Sa nnli,.G.'! ::1 4,2;V1G citizen, ,is 1 iriviblable in dIhe. enjoy ore you' dui ihg. .then, sir" I" claim. .
, .' t sale and retaiL i: NOT 1ft ttfBlacking. : .' m t'or.btsj;righl3'and property',and "In the "Why, rnfe talk t him, rna"sa. > ,. "I hare 'lain fifteen yoaru in the garrison atE'saiithcofflcer.
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S : S DiUlarJ S' be sustained in, bafrce wcrcise of its functions "\ me. ask'wbat news at. sea. that's all "I have sat as Judge twenty ;fyeari ia .R.,'*
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; .eld' YLrgtt* aCew dozen ReDdtrt ; : T%, '
I ,, 1boice lot y.i l, Haau, do $, JtJseiYed he lDI *n'E1pigh i I aadjiothin shair/fc 5
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t S J dodpFiltontatrtedIUm llOr,IUplle.'e i ,' aVing force>,%ibt>utp3fcynient for ihq same. say With jour leave, tsntlemen have stood
without de.trOJi of the' eights and sever ."He ,sayi, he don't.know ; be no been dro in the.fnmistry twenty.fie ; ,",.saidthePrcst
; 4odoMewB &do do& raod. '. J' i S,' Aa'ia guarantee: ** .; ,- yenri -
.1 t 'O&ioas aaaoiud tie 45cjnmend.dfrIhrnesesC & ,reformaiioc btthefedeurell' dese tree scedki 3 S
." pIu Ckbbage$r .< eighty of jhystateaa '_ .. ,
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Oranl" Dried Fntftt. **&&r. ; Att&i1.. & 49kl ralcobGtutton ) mrtfiigt'to: I : ".nat settles the dispute' said the laad"aYoo -
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% "' .tcttsWlt1e' t3t4 ; -gr .kiJ tIJn *4D"'If: jou keep' lord. ; .
( Potatoes,'&ppies'OuiouP .. .> f'WJ.. preacher 10./one of his hearers, when Vou :fifteen yea -
.j S !r l&a...ctck* aCes dcb.snlcIe 1 ur.ufwro* woperjujicwn v '> w1. *- ,Mr.Captain3havoZdu .
crbcb Der Gtpet1, .ow The h&tioaal representation,or at leaS1ha t feel drowsy, why d p you take h,pintchoi'snuff you Mr. Judge, have tat'twenty y ar* bitS

IfIt :.ScOTCuALEcider.PoniI1n; !: vegetables, aaolted :jeW, ppId, ctjatoel the SeDak"ab Q J.' or by states an OaCsrnBean'
1 t.. '' HoB4d"Gia.'MofiWfbheli ', lui.r.II1 .bunch'Qpj isJIlay. bollsb th"- o:r Wthink1 was the shrewd reply, "Uw I bf1 he.beif rijhto bs&.
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', ANCIENTCITY. '1 the last. He bas York: Corr ou4ence. r kri; &utha-nPtle----- ; MORE-U} LP. -=- '
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, I .-4" I \ Most of the NEW OFK* Oct. 6th, 1851. TO THE'PLANTERS OF THE SOUTHI Yesterday, we learn, Nearly: one 'hundred

city,and' is th *."1)oyof Atonement" with the. I I be, or not to.be that's the question." recruits arrived in our.barbor, to nil up the .
The .Rio Bravo I' CompanksVhlch now garrison
i the
when hostilities their stores are closed. U There is perhaps no.subject that requires We may consider Charleston as Foru. '
,
now
/ I heard in discussion more (or least attention than the tolera!
( Sunday, a very bly safe,nnd theujccessicn of '
troops just \
____ ________._____ address by Rev. John Griffeths' a doctrine nov universally prevalent that the the election, M signal proof before
________________________ .VVe publish of the South in their watctj-
QU.1LtTt' ; ; ; planters are so mercenary fut and paternal care of :ha
r'f
O' EFI.rAL.HIGIf S AND DE1 )U our : Jew-an Israelite converted from natures that no tlTurt-for their agricultural or Federal' (JOT1
ernment. Mr. FiUmo 's
-BESLST &ci' TO ALU WHO OFFOsi TRCU.P .- A &tiat to Christianity. is a missionary commercial redemption and* from that their Administration .
= n 'L 9 vieififof: ( seem )really 'attached to South Carolina
: '. '.. STAUqiaflNI-- t : i i I suitably. .regards ntly a very zealous one. lIe spoke political) will meet with success so long as we should not wonder if thC President,an i
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the North either for her own account or for
'of the fact that Jesus Christ a lied hit partiality so tar as
was to order
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have the
the account of English speculators,
The toUwingPress remorfcs ff oTh':ifee-HSoutherfl' whicnhe treats it was twelve Jews (commissioned money to bribe and buy up the planters under cs men, and t o'-troops guard the to watch purity over of the the ballot box ..

/* ch intended Savior) who went .forth to all nations "trad and "com elective fnin.-
were > copied into no distant day ; the high sounding name ot chise. It is rumored that tin

J our lasjj; number? werej by some mista, ,' nl I will bow'\ : the religion which now mercial: relation; "natural results," &c., &c., United! States has_ already been treasury opened of' ton

.... ,omlted. Wipgive.lheni.nnw, for tl&uJnfermlti laws. under of 250OOO,00'" of souls. He believ- &c: The position assumed is, that the plan that respectable purpose, and the bayonets tor
will remain under this influence i.
i, tion of lfehlr our, :.readers?.,ns may not se ".'- [ prophecy of Malacbi, was near its ters socially 'commercially always while the more, dignity of the army of the would goMcn add considerably to the ,,

.them Wore \weeksJj :'jeacJ 11 ejtJhcni::: Thei The Jews,he thought,' were soon spemlid lures on the part of the federal government It is, then, nder the fergumunt..IJIJ: of the '.. .'('
the'iu aw. verted the of Jesus and will secure' the allegiance of her Federal ;1:1
I I ctis ono deepest: intercst.to u con- to religion Fortresses, thai the freemen of Charleston C
/Tjje ",oral'8C fontlly and the statesmen. That notwithstanding: all her uru to march to the
J! \sidernblojortion: of this omalU.nity,;ond sin- rapturously upon posts/ : on Monday tod
harmonious wrongs and grievances, to ay nothing; of the Tuesday next, and determine
which would attend the mis whether
II .cerflydo wcaingra'tulateoiirffcllow' citizens success UUs 5
actual benefits llowinir from her commercial State is \:
, \ up8n 4hc liriihtcning! prospect of their obtain instant ; greatly that time should come, nnd the unl manufacturing Independence, she will! 'the mean any dependencies longer State the, or" only one of 1

; .ing. fiSal thnugbar4v justice. consternation by themselves.should set to work ,t,. never make on effort for it. Because" (as a despotism ana l&e"' vulgar irresponsible

4 3 j JUDGE B 'DECISION. outrageous,and. I the heathen. Then, ho said, shall the, non-believer in Southern patriotism: and Southern Washington On the one side we Iymnny have"ar .i
tie
'Ve.'.3'U 'rqccive'd *(says tho Spothcrn i have heard iof i be dried up, and its banks shall: l re "Because intelligence the love, said the.to luxuries me the and oitjer conveniences day,) which Palmetto flag, our country and the cause

Press,) a 6opy of the' dedson{ of Judge'Br.onson'ot .. age, that whllej}1 .with. 'th% praises of' the King of;the they' enjoy under the present system, havo enobled patriotism i in all anti g ncr us lf.tIeYQtiot '

I irafUmted) Slates Districts: Court for drunkcness: 'h 1 1.. w opeli toflimissioni ould and unless. something. is" proposed. extending freedom; Zh ..0 her.past, tl1 .ages 1110 a catuj
-t e <: "laJI! '4tiw5 lJItL! er FJp
t* >' > = & TVFfET."* -----w jf-r--v>-w- -- --v ,very materially. you can never move, them bmissibnf i to
lion ofsnterest ontlie cwmwof indemnity"cm. sheathslr, in. th and Prussia- already" contained jrdrmtted 'wrongIrftho 'pusi- .. '
into action Mwhat I wdo
,dcr the Florida treat;'. ,' ** dearest friend & er,of Jews ";converted to the:truth believe that,the1arecapableohighcrmo"ve; remarked, you not* endless future of agsifesjinn and iqsult, and ..
; 'f'
revolutionary incendiarism
and .
the .
The'.Judge gHcsJnto an_ elaborate; historical I thisitioving: of in Jesu, ojid he was' happy to hear, do you, not think they can be actuated by the ianship of United States soldiers sent here guard. "".;'.,

and 1 legal'dfcquisitiOR' on the origin ot these I than sufficiently they were persecuted by the Em interest involved? irr the futuro of the present remind us thar we are a conquered and degraded to

claims, 'on the terms' of the treaty, ond on the se ms"fa..hav \ : I Austria', .the; wcrd 'not Dismayed, slate I of, things,?' "They may be. but I doubtit people. Men of Charleston, which, :"_4
Southerner in heart and but
; am a feeling do
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choose?
party Charleston
principles of law they inv01te.J. ] as- boastfully | .-_\. r I am convinced that there is wanfin' thu pro you ][murr. .' '_

<. We don't s, ',how- anybody can improve upon connected, rstated.<< with the so: per feeling among the planters on these grave -. 'or the-fllercarr. ,0'

from hip conclusion. lie decides even the lame : : this city "Fpr Amelioration of the< subjects. tit is to them that the South must MILUTARY BULLYING. ,

claimants are entitled to i tt'ttst.. The'J influence, and \ of the Jew's,'*. which, had now been lOok for success in any commercial movementfor Mrssss. EDrr'RVe" have not been at all '
they control and produce the'grcat staple surprised at the intelligence 1
which has
which moves the : thirty t sth4 the fruit of its l la start
'I ,nl principle is'that all persons to \ yt ,WhiCh is the basi? of .Southern trade, am! led so many, of the arrival of three additional

:. I ey is dub are entitlcd to inicrest .until ,i it is of bfooil ; brings that. there were' 500"families'of Israel i. though I hope everyihing will turn out well companies! ot Federal troops at this crwbin

; \ paid. But it has been thQuS&; e of this government (which. fast "Ur"Slates i in Christian felfpvship yet 1 apprehend that when you ctvme to touch our harbor. On the very, eve of the great .

1 not to pny '|ft in ordinary cases on boyhood, a s churches, and- 'Jewish'mission: ..' I their personal and immediate interest,"that you contest abodt" to be waged for our rights,. *..'
this
; will fine that love their chains. of
they petty army observation
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sent,
:the assumption tat .the..government.is always of hisdress) and were,-alsoa number of -young This lathe current talk of those who'nre dog t. tp-givu !=confidence opponents'no'

I' ready to pay,.and he delay is the faultpf the ::dread, to bury it igtnJud1ing in American' interested on tho Northern side, or disgustedwith and if possible'to put'a damper on the move-, !

.' claimant-- an assumption. as groundless as the case' in the colleges for,'(he good work. the non-action of persons who say a trey menll vt. the indcpen4ent State Action pan,. .;

l tiny of' the fictions of'the whom it was his he made a ,very touching: and, deal.4'or from indifferent parties who ridicule BM, we much mistake the spirit of our peu..
poets.Judge'Bronspn : us with, our "flimsy ideas of independence, pie il such a demonstration excites .
defend-and this appeal behalf the 50,000 Jews any tiling '
; : shows, however lint in these and ,)11 that I.!' J do not believe it. I have hut indignation at tho consummate insolence :,
(1' Florida cases there; Is a: treaty'..,stipulation[ i 1 ai4 by. others, \ of News. York. "Go now, he?said, enough.faith., yetleft in the South,'to believe of 'movement l like this from the Genera v ;

i which ,roak.es them on exception .Jo the usage,' gainsay the 1 synagogues,and_you will find crowds that there are a few at least of those spirits Government. And we are filled with wonder

4 .nnd he shows we have ourselves always in- Shame upon such elites with uplifted eyes and !'left, who have ever, from the revolution down that: the Submission party a* submissive as ':
9
t aisted interest in'' On occasion! the God of Abraham, and sustained under all circumstances her rights. we expect it to be, do not feel their cheek
; on from foreign powers The contaminating influence of Northcrn and burn \wth:: mortification M sons of tho State _
: ,
such cases-and this,,'at least, we should suppose in addition to of Jacob to forgive' their sins.- British gold has found its way to the very at receiving help by such a method of aff j

decisive,!, publickly the night, of their "Atonement. firesides of some, but I know that there are ectiiIg the popular vote. f
t more were ;,'to-morrow until sunset, you those left who have resisted every bribe ansI But we do hot fear the result. Mr. Fitt 1

f '. Wax unintentionally them still fasting, nnd humilitdtingi every .attempt at corruption. Saratoga and MORE and bis myrmidons and,their aubrni *- *
for Bolll.es. end Congress and the Seaport, the ion allies within the
,, their Newport State will find, if we :
J: Mix, ,-4 lb. sealing.wax .::1-4. lb. rosin and,3 .of other i to :ynagogues.yvBit there Presidential, chair, &.c., &c.'with the raise nmj inistake'not, the sign, on Monday nextthai L
j conspicuous in no snA ffSigipftiit>>Js no ( tflle o' the buzzing travelling although threats '
uring : agents intimidateA .
,: lbs bees wax, melt the mixture In earthenvessel ; may poltroon '
; ; an possible, that a religion. of their falbursj eyvnfet .f re :io; :,a great many instance brought upperscnfhp in ill* breastota, bravo man it excites nothing |
when it froths stir it with'a talto .
cnn.t to Southern but indignation and
governed by p be brought to-ackriowledge thetLord ejd promote contempt. I* it pbssi- ,
: .die! -dip the mouths .;of the, corked! li bbilles in ] interests, thai they may reap heir own glory.; bib that submission has brought Old,South t
look aift
t r c igion, can he only true "Ato/iement. But that whole planting interest is under- tow
i. while, hot< '. / I the Carolina so in the estimate of her per-
Admiral Pocodt '.upon such a I'y converted Jew (Poland. laboring minded by their influence is a 1) lla slander. I secutors that they ben 'e she can bo bullied.
Receipt for Pickling Beef heart, but must ) said much more that was note- Ttfcy have confided in tfiose who have deceived : and by such an Abolitionist as Mr. .ltx.-. "(

pr'orf+yuej in the British. Navy 75 sears.T dreadful ,&ul I must pass frdm his rubjcct to.' them d&d after years' of patience onvj .0.E1 And is it pos lefcfhatthefh exists a >
:Ku>: yqurmeat first well with fine salt.-take their encroacrfment-afld fraud onh1Dart i ask : :
; about local matters. part nna* party nay we may t.a, man, in purotinaft'.
own youthful i .
fi gallons1' t. 9' Ibs of .cbarso 'salt, 3 lbs the of !hti( %enemies, 'tbey tlTW waking Ib born.. son. of bertoiI', mho does not 'feel'J'i I
.
he at Tabernacle in Broad- t -t- T -* '
that L. '
may .g << uing Ironubett"lum ; 'J"
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brown sugar,J quartjrioa! 'J PZisalt K rp, i-tJ1e$fUd.J :; y .KXHV G lick M.Dffa .naUve'X f**# A lasr.elfoMf.' fM r.ib gtfd": '" W ** lr*MW"; .-,*tlqce-1to' '"D1aI(8111st'0 .W4i
-. necz 1i eaxl ashf?\ Boil l theae/ naterits: wtll, on tM i allow 7 age
1jWZL. :being careful to slcir'i of the, ftcufn'a*It rises. wb father \ ordained' as a missionary to of this 'time, who will reanimate her carcass. beUer, fat better, fc.t him if he were under 't
.one ,
'Then !having! : put the ,meat in the .vessel !jn an early if an : Sea Islands. He is a physician ot Tne subtle scheming of"tho b_ opposed" has I the sod, pen:e blyat once, than to bear about j.
commenced. ftVonary plans by pretended him the trtfphiow (even should he
,
which it is to be. jeep;-pour the liquor whent triumph ) "
t. is I one son, and well as souls. friends, made like sky rocket to explode at the of the disgrace of his more than mother. \

/ pe.rfccl.ly.culd it. declare; (--such of steamer Prometheus yester proper time; doublings absolute opposition, brought about by U.o aid of her deadly do-, I. ;

like that which (J. 'S"'Alail. steamship toda'lIb procrastination,' und apologies fropi our late tractors and foes. Shmne, s&amo oa those I
I .,. .A box 24 inches by .16 J inches square and amount of Gold Dust ell tJlies ; *thcse, with counter pl.,"* active who would condescend to accept of uch de'i
a Citizen to (over $600-
28 inches deep will contain a ,barrel :(5 bushels as business agencies, exlraordjoaTjr< tender of grading assistance: to advance theirpltrtjirj.ftuence .;- ,:
\ igned to Adams & Co' Express '
most prefer to ) facilities from New York qtj3Enidish houses, ; and treble 'shame on the poltroon .
I ) or 10,763 cubic Inches. peaceful and ; things$ very lively'this morning in the are combinh: o crust!, }&'lt tggle"nnd what who feels anything but indignation ,at eve" ./J: ;

1 A box 24 in. by 16 in. square an-l 14 Inches secnjhima p r i: of Wall street. Gregory & Co's Ex then ?why to relapse1 into the old state of- the prospect of such a ender of aid. f 1

I deep-half a barrel, or 5376 cubic inches.I of the laws. orG is large $100,000 because things. :, OLD SOUTH CAROLINA. \

j4 box? 16 in. by 16.8 in. square and:8 !inches the actors in footing'of,two way-bills, one freight Has it notalways, been so ? I appeal 'to 1NTFRNEL MACUlNti IN HOME.. j
the honor and recollection of Southern A letter
4cep-one bushel or 2,160.4-cubic. inches.A every dated Sept }4th.says : The Vnicert $
been'left last time. "
I have no over not always been so ? letter
gentlemejh-ffitosU publishes a from Borne of the 14tb, "
box 12 in.;b1 11.2 in. square, and, 8 in. Winfield Scott 'agPnts: "our agents will take of which
a notoriety, so arrIved.. 'l'CIJ1.N. jKOor car gives the following particulars concerns -t\
,deep-hat a bushel, or 1,075.2 cubic inches. itor, ,the public Saturday night.* Tb 'lElmptrec7ty''* your. interest.* Our agents who are
A box, 8',1'0.' by 8.4 in. square,and'8 'inches less has to-day i agents?" Will any one pretend to deny that that city by means. of;a kind of Infernal i j
an : under1\the the cotton broken machine '
,
Peck'or cubic inches., preterit system jfJClorr :
,deep-one 637.6 -
1 ty, then," to I is about to be replaced, or buyer or seller are the agents of the consumer I "There is on the, Piazza Novena a large .
0 A box 8 in. by 8 inches square and 4.2 in,. of such outro ; Charleston line but the brag route to i and not of the producers-of the manufacture! chdspeculators shop of drugs nnd grocery which 'forms 4he j n

.deep.-one gallon or 2 68,8 cubic inches. support of the is by the way of the Sea I and not of the planter This is the corner between the church of St. Agnes and 4

I A box 7 in. by 4 in. square, and 418: inchea, I trust you will and Roanoke? Railroad, via, the Che I root of all our evils., The planter roust move. the fltrada de la Pace. 'It belong to M. &lea,1 j,1
The planters the planter must arouse themselves gacci, son of the who
deep-bait a gallon or 134.4 cudic inches. person under Pius 4
and Welden. This is line
We are bleucd Bay a new r aud combine and ,act. No sacrijlces VII, struck up the bull of excommunication t
A box 4 In. by 4. in. square and ".S fnche!I ltcrsapd Express freight, and. will L for have :
fur above some are necessary or required you a against Napoleon and who has preserve4 ;
4eep-..one;jquart or 67.2 cubic i inches.B I help.to Virginia and the carolinas,, tanle which it always valuable. and & .,aMt of. the traditions of attachment to the 'holy See.
kind ley t.not be ---r'J- -------- -- ----- '
I tearing yhangtt- You have ( will have ten! left him by his tber. .
OF THE INS respectable house here, J.v.. pr Every evening be
VA-
BATTLE nessjind folly
I r 4 ANOTHER : dered at the Hocon convention) the monied comes from his palace ,in.the Strad' Kjpetux J
!d.( : > GENTS. gifts thusgra, ; & Co., pape dealer?, having fallen facilities of one of.the richest cities in the to the shop, enjoy the conversation of a t

;':'The<' steamship Fanny arrivt'd'Dt New the suspicion' of the Collector: of Cu world, and it depends entirely upon yourselves certain number of friends devoted like him A

.Orleans'onthe: 6th with ad vices from the Rio DIVISION OF has been closed under Government whether you will ,succeed or not. But even. self to the defence of tb e church nod of.octet |

Grande; the inst. : were these facilities not in your power, if England ty. He U u'ually'aC'tompained by some,of
;to 1st I and New York possessed all the available lila son4.On theveping of the 9th, he went
f' The';"Rio Bravo"! newspaper gives an nc- The are cracking !times with '!banks: and' capital Of the world, you would owe it to according to hi, custom,, to his shop accom1*

count bf another battle in Mexico, 'in which by the<< citizens : but we look for, .an improvement yourselves to make sacrifice For are you pained by one of his children. He there ,

jhQ.xevoiutionista! were successful., Aneelos Santa i money market this week.COUNSELTO not engaged in a cause involving your dearest found, amongst others'Captain Galahti, soraa i
To the : :A rights: your honor a nil your very self-p reservation carbineers and two priests. M. Meflgacci* '
the battle l lasted
t. 'According to his, account, Staieof Coii//}>.' t Remember that the greatest enemy Dc>, seated himself tit, a desk; to exminj iho *
fbr some twenty hours and was very hotly, some years ago THE 'YOUNG: mosthenes badto contend with was not Philip books., '

.contested. Oft the side of the Mexican' .Government of this State; 'to form your JiVe uppn Round r- himself but Philip's gold. Remember it The .4 Ti e customers meanwhile continued to .

t foes,about sixty men., 'were killed. nat ll'le ; and regula, your p-fnciples Macon convention will be fully ni ten Jed.,not make their purchases, and 'theffjiopf was.jcrowded. *

Several of CarvajalV pen were wounded. thereof. rules. Man was'made to be govern-:, onlr'frorn the .qth&.bat''pkajfrpmjb8'jor$, ..,Alt..yJ oocentbout* a :fcr&irot-;4,
The Mexican regulars fought with rpqcb determination To the t'e'f1i,1ImMsm'fernforeaeenjenrtojcap-: and by Northern and English ngsnlaresidenl in indigntIoa were 'bcnr6. j on' the outside;
i and bravery/'nnd"' were"nly' necessary that li important therefore that you ''.be I the South, but whose sympathies ahdmeans Two men carryirt/ a .basket! : had stopped ie ;
.0vercop1e'.b'y the superior ,skill and vigor ot advocates- Of to consider an.l Inquire 'what M the are North of Mason and Dixon's line. B.> I fore the ,shop, which! opens on the *
their adversaries. The actual number of the cundid c ursind form some plan for your ware You.are' approaching a great crisis' and set it down. "Per a pause of square a few,

: supporters of Carvnjnl engaged the figfct is suffer, be set life. The, want of such consideration and take a friends advice, and '.'rtlJu'pon your- minutes, they' went aVay, leaving it. Their. ';
of
been evidently less than tha.t in the conduct of multitudes.
said to have North may see i *elret.n dress was not exactly the same as that of the :
1 the Government forces, but they were excel division and 'governed by the impure the mo who
a Your cotton bales proved a rood barrier peasant: display ii that spot baskets ot ]
efficient veg.
3 lent soldiers and generally a pore cessity to this reckless of the consequences.- against British lead at the battle ot New Orleans etnbles and fruitsand they accordingly

.sort of mem, Carvnjal is. represented as hay.ing therefore, after have fixed no steady aim, and have let it shield and protect you now against Eng the attention of a peace officer en duty. It is
k behaved with the utmost, coolness? and gallantry sideration, and : principles action. Living thus lish: and Northern gold. Plant your slave behind probable, however, that be would not have A
seriously
l the cont st.. The .terms of cap- it would'be at miracle if' ,
during best mode of I they went your cotton. You will have the means occupied. himself with: them, if fortunately ('
itululionarc 'said to be liberal and, creditableto ject proposed, I _right! In order to your pursuing of defence placed your hands. But above he had not, seen a faint light in 'the #

both parties. The Rio Bravokunderstands that vention be hl path, you' must know what it ia, and all things decide whether, your cause is a just. basket. ,He advanced* see what It was,and
and
that the surrender was at,discretion, Oarvaial"were I Monday of : : this knowledge you must divest righteous and necessary one, and iso, pledge found himself presence' of an infernal machine :

the.terms subsequently granted by Iii.pnt. I gates may ,be.!; ;! of thoughtless giddiness; you must yourselves to it.by your "most sacred tumors," near which the l light was b rniftl" A
oluritary, .in. a great measure, on the South' by for refte fion. It will not always if necessary, make every sacrifice for its succeSs minute later the flame would hare reached

: opinion may the recommendation.of those who and evidence to the:world.that chivalry the dBpowder, and here would have been an
dny or! two after the fight, Carvajal tookn : about you for they may hava; a .in-'
I. A the present and,. detachment of sixty Mexican cavalry prisoners !ity ot the to yoa;' ,or.may themselves' Southern.chllro ter. .1" \ crowd. The machine had the form of a can- *

,1\. ,. about ,five miles below Camargo. They ifrni3. by error or prejudice.:, ,Persons, al' :- i.'. 9 ALABA rA.. non ab Jut two feet long; ,Its moulh was directed _
of were on their way to Matamoroa to join We would involved In invdl4sipatioa; enlaneled in *- "owardsb* in .
Avalos and were;taken br surprise. lt desfreu-jto'.,k* .themseive3f'in group .which wtrejf. fi
jGencral a.fair .. >ep
ing as Mengaccr, Capt. Calami l and other
u F ladies habitues ,
r their and the 25th ,: tte/Jioml our go-ahead young Miss Ella .
, i Tiicv. laid down arms, on Convention : ,by :- of followers. and. who, could be easily seed '
issKate: Miss
Seymour Grace throughthe
.Iryjn For
amid the
marched into Camargo they-can sediice inAtbeiX-patii.: In
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.4 4 ult. were ,Eaqh county : "' 'rester "r.fl4 'MissVEliia, JJarchmont advertiselIincsetes glass door. It was a very solid wooden
the people. As reasonable therfefore
. of creatures *
rejoicings South f that) ; cylender bound'round
Mi $ in the with iron and the
Troy interior
if y Ins staled that the revolution :Appears to pe tor/every for..yourselves what copse'fs' right and, :: husband. ;Whig as severally was two or three inches diameter
n
Ihtwaotlof as They wilH
force ': receive
stand. The revolutionary ..thitt7youhoul& pursue. cise .
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be at a approaching The charge consisted of three .
through the pounds of
t t wereatCamirgoandGen. Avalos, In anti. owneaoriindependently and iinpar- sealed prosppsals Post ,Office gunppwdertweatyfive
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t,, 'bIJsiJ shall exceed : PostPaid, and widowers,are especially noti- bullets, a greif quantity oS
Spatton thelf approaches engaged rgWOnot yourself! tef be garerrii "
of ;
; tate'shall be 8 up : bits of old 'iron and braked '
the laidies giais. There
net
Bed to apply as do deal .
31ie Rio a'ad fashion not in
.Matamoros. caprice
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* L.cERCISEOPTHEPARDONINGPOW... and ;nftiit-ih; first men'have'filled; an oCCupation NOTICE IS IICUBBY GIVES to all the same- Itrton-

ER $ i which' is,' to all who will be true to of tin Monition issued Ollt.of tune and place, together with, this.Monition, at,
aforesaid.
I themselves : the District Court of the, United States for the
L in its the honor
to "
pursuits path ,
l last RfpuUican wo notice. communifMicfoon Witness,the Hon. lisle H. Bronson Jad
In the rnd eminence. | Northern District Florida, and delivered to me, of
Lord Erskino
the subject of the disgraceful and was printer which the following Is a : %said Court at the Court House :
Franklin copy '
Steesi of carrying secret arms and w.is a printerBerangerthe great I lt..Jcity] of St Augustine, this 4th day of
practice historian, twas a printer; Printers have be. THE PRESIDENT Of TilE UNITED .. tober.inthyear
'SnWrtine severely on the cop.luct of street of our Lord 181,.
Sies whose bwwls.are doing essential iniiirr come our titate governors they take :sen is STATES OF AMERICA : it (Signed) G. R. FAIRBAKK5, j

; o'r*" repution orour tqwnrJfe fully I among, our senator; and as leading editor* To the Marshal of the \brQ&ein District rf '" 'Cltrk,' ,

I view of the wfitcr'anJ have wielded pens that control the destinies Florida Kit GEo.W.tjALt. U. S. District Attorney. '. j* ;
with the n w I or Deputy greeting: ; .
ut Y F ftftiflnn fi A true ;
, S of lha cditor/on ihis subjecti $ i o i 'Vhertu libel information hatl copy ; JOHN T. MYRICK --a. (
comments: I n or this day been ; 4' U. Mareblll.t. !. :
.rjejawsQJght to be put into rigid opefa-i CAIUlyjNG'A 1 THING TUIt GII. :-tiled in the District Court of the United States for the By GEO.J! ZEHNBAUER,

tan:arid every offender,hiph and low, made Curry it don't,iNorthern District Plordia,by Geo. W. Call, Eq., : Deputy jl/arhal.\ ;
' eel their influence. The prtcticb (If car- :thing through. Thaj's ;' Attorney of the United States for said District in the .
to secret weapons, and drawing; them on do anything else if you once begin a thing, name and on behalf cf the United States andof all NOTICE. _

Serf trivial occasion, M one that ought to let it be carried (through, thouxh.it cost you 'others' concerned against the. following described ATLANTIC& GULF RAILROAD COMPANY ;

tTfrowncd down by every memter your best comfort, time, energy, and all that'you !igoods and chattels to"wft30. fine pictures, tilt THE NEXT annual election for Directors of :
can command. Carry a thing through:ijratnes mirror "2 smalcr tic & Gulf Rail Road I \
community; and if will be, if the : .1 very large mirrors 11 Company will \
the
of oi thecommu' .on't. begin until you rir'o fully prepured for .. smaller mirrors 4 colored gla s Ibot er'.! O doors for* held anhe city of St. Augustine at the ColJr
t .nd the respectable The part punishment itsjaccomplishmcnt. 'j'hink.study, dig until, State Rooms 10 wash stands, 4 large red walnuv in,th Court, House in said city at twelve o'clock! .

,. Win do Us duty. for simple such offences i iI is you know your ground see'your way. This arm chairs, 1 large bjack' hair ofa. I Ottoman, 2 Monday the 13th day October. nextlB4 ', ;

br Ano or imprisonment done, launch out with all your soul, heart, ships carpets, and drugs,25 cots-45 matrasses,43pillowl A.G.BENSON v I. *. .
,OdQLfar ps.lt goes,.but it }Js. ltl'elfioaum.! Ii e, and lire'neither tutainffto the right nor 57 white 'sheet, 8 bed ,spreads 16 blan. B, A.,PUTNAM.GEO Comlpsi 'tt'l' \<

ccnt. The laws may inflict those penalties left. Push on gcntly-ipush as though you keu, 10 pillow eases 1 Table Cloth 18 Rugs, 1 R. FAIRBANKS.. ) .

but public opinion must 1nflfct anothel1-it were born for the very work you< are about I large Brush, 5 tins with.spicer,and 339 pieces of August 9th, 1851. No 32 .

MUSI vitit suchjoffenders with,public contempt beginning-as tho' erection had been waiting glass and crockery wait-the same having been 'PJ"OICIDA.IIOUSE FOR. i
and either drive them from its seized by the Collector%f the Port of Jacksonville,
dilfrtcef
fled rough al:! time for special hand nndspirit.
tin .er coerce.them into obedience to too a your, in the District aforesaid as forfeited to the said KEWT. 'KV'TIB :

Ilk Zq pu0&tt m&) count on .our co- -Carry thing through. Don'1.leap mad" United States, and which said libel or information ABOVE well kfrown,, IotJ '{
from \o No
thcr.
ine all violalors; of th.e.pablfc.erre41t one thing nn ever propounds anl charges in substance. as follow,to wits slap the City of 8t AuKUstidej tog an

dope anything II1i1Vay.; When once fairly I .For g that .a'nrt.hi; ship .called the Pampero'aty SWfect order, is for rent*for one 5..
11 i
t k.dcin'Ltito t.a t :Don't rco mrl. rJ l4' (r..h d; Qche l .I" I1ts.. .ltffrl'.libour..tb. 'furftl. '{ %" "
U F5d (0' IS {l tff'1" 7 Tona Cdstonillousemeastrremeat a : !
thbtis, 'ottsjnribeing -,100' whereof .'H, CIJ ,',
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, t'1alfRY bftL no \lbt, lhat to-morrow and on another next day., one Lewis way, Master .wun the third day of J'Jnc..14th 1851. i
arid .
ii 1.
PoW rins and countentineJ,10ItiOfl Fortune, success, fame, pWuiontar never ,August last 'at the Port and' District of flew.OrJeansin -- ,_ ,
indirectly encQurlted gained but determinedly bravely -' the limits of the United it vessel :
indisoriml11 by piously, a tea a en.
The n1most' NfGRU
or the :,",. by G .v. sticking, growing, living; t5. athntgtill it t rolled.nd licensed did upon the day and year last JijS'. I
exercise of the pn.rdnntng Dower ; I aforesaid proceedon a foreign to wit I have for sale .
views which is fairly accomplished. You must carry Voyage a toy- two., Families-.tiJrsi. ralO
Brown has added strength to wo would age to the Island of Cuba without lire lihiusoffkeUoitqf Servant ; .
thing it ngybody or A. 11. COLE
.\Veer..l.eonYJced. through you J "
t long: entertained on thw subject dtlW without Jirat surrenimng bet lic K 'June .
I' for Anything. No mutter if U docs coftl'J'ou the 10.1351. -' ,
alter C rcful. obrorttatian the Collector(he District ,
pleasure the. ,(tife. ". t to comprf bending the :

J I I r L.I tathta__ f'ht.1 w we)1 Vp4'ItjVP)las other State, of1enreroeaflvc.ihat Hniww Slick to tho-'tbill.t, society and carrY it through.JOn.* Port from_ whi:i a&_I_ t.was about'to proceed I on stfchfujr D.n & (JO'S )
1 QeTUU' UI 4UI l learn ; .in all u1vIus -gc uuu ucujgi auijr [ uiqrra oy sucn .. '
i rf dinet" 'Wo1 once to thing through '
> ,cssenurtIy cnrrYfd Collector to win the Collector the Distrftf of New I
t say that It ought to bo Abolished as h its '! proportioMt and yO'I'I Orleans 'comprehending tb *Port of nNew. Orleans 1, i '
Horn* It be 'will think better of yourself; others will l. 'said enumerated !
of some; but we think might iat above/ policies were a part of
the "
m&ified opiniOn! as to put ft in'a great d>*rre n flofhe think betterof you. The whole world in- Its tackle apparel and ftamiture.4 f sid Steamer Pampe ', !

a, ot or weak Executive very head admires the stern determined do1 1 r whereby and b* reason of the 'Statute.in such case : i i
partisan
power laws a and set ihu decisions or1Go2rts I. cr. It seems in him its belt sitzht, its highest 1 mid|.and provided the said"articles have fcome I/. i ;

10 nulity thft: naught At the proper objety its fichcst truest treasure. Consider I and are (fprfe fd to the uses in the laid Statute zueqetianed. NEW '
and tries at YORK.
for the deed. Yotit! '( *> '
yourself amply sufficient *
will enlarge on flu opipnjInv AUD II
we I Iit For that ajpor the abe enumerated articles
with' view bo successful never fear. were ,
tfcason of the peopWto jt, 4 NEWEXPRES'S.ORLE.S
alteration of the Constitution* ."|| if ypu must carry thtougb, what yod 1.upon the tehthday of August last i part.of the tackle ,
un
ining njtlbeglri till ore sure apje1nd furniture of a 'iDSteam Vessel callsd ,
begin must
be
you
laws _
you
the
ofthTstate the end that may
to '
the P mPf'ro oCtbe burthen of three hundred and .
faitHfutly executed, and our Uvea and property. whpt you would do-is thoroughly and incon- .seventy tons or thereabouts whereof one Lewis was ) 4 :; k
ahead enters : "
and .
Jacksmnitf NevFrom *. testibly just, fair wHen.TQ g? : I
Master. That said Vessel
protected.- ofwlf intect lust, upon the day and year 18 & 19 Wall New I
4 for mere gratification vanity last aforesaid 116. st. ork. \
the Portland .
at District of Key Ve t <* :
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.re\f7.'DYI sinceacsjecameup or fanatical or vissionarv vies of thenalureofmllntreKnrdleC within the limits of the United States was a vessel 139 Main( st.. Hartford Ct. ,

my JlfoftoSfr.' : 1 i of the rights and'the curdled and licensed according to the laws of the 66 State .t., NewHaven.Ct.162JJaltimorest.t .
Court iri
District
inlhe 'IU 3. vessel feelings of others, would be to enacfthepait United States! for carrying on the coasting trade. I Baltimore.

Philadelphia, in.which a caWolnof n I of brutes not rrretv That said Vessel the Pampero did upon the day'and i Pmn'Jylyunia.AVnshi gton. 4

was charged with some offence on Bhipboar|[ 1 r year last aforesaid and from the Port aforesaid pro- 7 Fourteenth, st., ,Richmond Va. '

*y bit crew. An incident occurred in. the .: MARRIED. ceed upon a foreign voyage to wit a .voyage to the Washington st.,. >,Bostr n.

hearipjC of the case, which ,excited a deep. On the lltb, inst. by the Rev Mr. Obriel Island of Cuba without first iving up her enrolment 72 Cnmp ,:.,,) New Orleans:. :

feeling in.Court and in nil present. Mr. JAMES CoLa, to Miss M RY IKVEK, bothofthisCitv. and license' to the Collector of the District com- .

A small a.d-. was called to the witness's1ta:1d. .4% prthendfug, the ?orjuw ch the was about to L&WRENCE tiNBREIT, f ,
been a' band on oard the, d 2ac gjal .nd' AtfD .
lie had a -- : 1 being duly DRAPER .TAILOR. : '
baraue at Pernambuco. and w.as present du. OUITUAILYi i.e lector to Wit the Collector of COEREB CHARIfTTE ,8T..ASD TEEAsr/RY" \ .

I ring the controversy bttween the captain and ot1A'i eDdtt'efKeyVest comprehending the Port of f WOULD RESPECTFULLY : :
the crew. The shssgy appearance of his DIED, nt residence nqva Key West contrary to the form of the :i form the Citizens of St. !

lead, and the bronzed character of ,his face Jnc otiyille, Flu. on .H6wy't1o Uth'i'f'' .Statute In such case made and providedand and the ,adjoining Counties Sjat.. r
, Southern MrFcux CHARLBSCAR, egI2)ears a na* for that alto,the said goods and cblLtt were l
and neck, from the exposure ot a / ha/constantly on haa l, a well ] : \ ;
sun, at first .l h\, would socm to Indicate tiveofFernandin4FT4 ., : '. ',' f>a the second day of September Ust apart of WA l ted stock of,the best FreBrh & ,
J the"tackel, apparel !garniture of the Steamship
carelessness and neglect ; but undernejp jlW : I PW ad German Broad Cloths
that lo and malted hair the tire of intern- oSE'L:1I : I Pampero, of the burthen of Three. Hundred and PIIU1 t meres aq4 Vesting,, which ) : :

fc-.l Irom'p\ltc'lm1U t."eJ tILJtJ } h entl.'c&4 by Nfl. Seventy torts whereof one Lewis was Muter I I1 IWI make tt>,order In'the most' F I
oe || that said vessel upon n the day anil year aforesaid, at able and i idadD"
which c Id not r fij | JS a!o A 100d maltnr.
P'J
of life pUrict.pf
t the port Jacksonville, ia, St.JO&Myn Also tba"I1a uponiZ&a
1o t I: *; .L:
I*ewl enrolled mnd Iterifised ac ar n $iJAfof 'iBo
,0be .. .s .J'I.\ ,I, Coi refS for carrying:, the coaad .Traw ccHnranntt< m Lt'1'V
crn h&wiR :
havlUe eariiest
,
"
OIff Rf. 1 line InIew York, re|> :
ul' bail1i \ '
tU ., I. : That said yen.! the Pampero, upon the daynUld Fashions'from'tliat "City and from Europe ; A
It with a viewtoiesil1jWsknniwl. year lat. aforesaid, andf/roia the port and dUtncflastjtforesaid ';
lake '
|
7. N, 6...Cutting andrepairing dote on,the '
T- ,CI: ti O M : .
Thrawas \R 'r "tli
e4e "ked leave to itfle/rbgutdhun,.. : did proceed upo.rump voyage notice. *' :

It lUaiktrate Election. giving up her card fllent and license to the Collector i
, Cotouel-"My Mi dorvdu understand the ob- IN pursuance lawyari Election i* hereby ufthe District: comprehending the Port frotnwhxh "1. TE i. ; i.

il? tions of ap wjjh f* for onu Justice of the Peace yi she was about.to proceed upon such foreignftroyage' IS.lIEREBY.GlVEN. dint 'application will

Bol-"Y 11r, I du." till n vacancy existing in, Magistrate District aud being duly registered by laid Collector, to wit : of ,the Eastern

COIlRla-"Whlt\is the bligation% ? No. 2 (cinbruckit' the City of St. Augustine) the Collector of the, District of St. J Johns compre- of Florida by the,Petition of James Edwards,

Bo*-.MTo speak the truth und keep nothing and the name wiluboheld,:at the Court.Kou_u bending the Port of Jacksonville, contrary to the istrate;* of the Estate of E. Af. Wanton;
form of the State In such made
tlib"25tI case and provided. and George Wanton, Philip Wanton, and'
fJ hid" in said City on Sturd\.. t instu \. .
For that also the said and chattels I
goods ware Wanto heirsat E.M.
upon 1aw'ofaald Wanton
this Pull for in reference
CounZ-\Ybcre did learn mylndl"D The us provided by statute,
you the the second day of September lasta part of the tackel l. thirty days from this date at chambers in the
-.FfonS ray mother sir, replied I Ip the Election of other County otflccrs and lurnitnre of certain called thePampero
p apparel a Steamship of St. Augustine, at 10 A. Zr!. for authority to ,
kd. with a look uf pride which fchowcd how ; will bcopeucdat 9 AJSJf, ab'd'closoJ.. ;jot Three Hundred and Seventy tons burthenor the real estate of.said Edward M. \Vantoij.d '

much be ekteemedthe early moral principles I 6 P.,M. thereab outs, whereof one Lewis: was Master- to wit : 3791-3 acres on the West side of River'

Implanted in bit breast by her to whom wes The following\ persons are appointed In That upon the day and year last aforesaid and at Jphus adjoining .Joha Sanders' .Plantation, .

. committed his yhrsteal and moral ffxislence, specters. of said Llection. I. f' the Port ot' Jacksonville, in the Collection distrait acres East side of.SV. Johns River at'a place ,

For a moment there wa* a deep silence In Andres Papy, of St. Johns, In the Judicial District aforesaid, Cunningham, aod 300 acres at a place called. !

f the court room, and tin as eye met eye, and William! Reyes, and : the said Steam Ship WIll a vessel Deceased according son Branch; E"toCSt. John River.

I face gleamed to fno with the recotnition aJ William ,Mon/on. I. v to the laws of the United States for carqrjng GEO. R>FAIRBANKS,

mother!* love and moral principles which baa \ G. HUMPHREYS on: the coasting trade: That upon the day and,year Attorney for Petitioners.

i:, made tllelr fixed ezDreirtlon upon this boy it -, zi!l'e ,of P Probate. last aforesaid, and at the place .afore ld, the, said August 9. 1851. N'.3
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: _. vessel found need another different .
the would forger the n. 4 L was t In and, -
Deemed at if spectator! Esecutotl RoUce.
trade than that for which she was so' licensed to wit:
decorum due to the place: arid give nodnbte UNION DIVISION No. 25. SONS OF TEE in 'a trade between-the Port of Jacksonville and Four wcek.afcer date I intend 'to apply .. t
expression; to their emotion. Tho lad was K 1 I .PERANCE. 'Judge Probate of Putnam county for' J
.various ports and places the limits of the United order ,' #tfoi the sale of the folUwing
stanUy admitted to testify. regular' meeting of- this Division, I States and some'foreign places the
nad At a ) ; ports or upon tract of land Or so mach thereof shall be tces
Behold the mother's power. Often held on the 29th. September .lha following Island of Cuba,'contrary to t form. ,-or the States In to supply jlhe deficiency of personal assets for .

:* evil influence and corrupt example assailed Brothers were duly eleoied officers 'Tor the en such case made and provided. For that also at a paymenj; of the just and lawful debts of Joshua

f J this bor- Time end care and rxposuro to the .peiog term : L i time'past,to wit; on the third\day ot August hut man deceased to wit:, One tract of ,Two \

IfcUins elements ,had worn away the line J. UAina' w. r. : past; and on divers other days and times between and Fifty acres purchased by said Joshua \

meats of the Intent lace, and bronzed his'citco A. F. Gould ,v. A.* that day and the seizure of said articles at the Port of I of John M. Bowden1. and called Spring GroTr.I .

l| fair exterior but deeply nestled In his P.C.ZytstraR.S.M '. Jacksonville the Judicial District aforesaid and at I The other tract purchased of William '
the of : roothcf' love: v other places within the limits of the: United States,
.H bosom stiH I lessons a RKAndreu. A;*R. S. containing one hundred and fifty acres and
love and speak thotruth. '. ,' 0 divert persons' to the Attorney unknown did pro-
which taught him to Paul Arnl1u. T. r( Lmtern,situate on Lake George in 'said County
cure to be fitted out and armed a certain Steam Ship
"' which all interested will take
fJ notice.
S. persons
4 A. A. Binvo, F. | ; : I
s. : commonly called the Pampero, of the burthen ef I' WILLIAM HICKM AN, Executor
,
t Manucy, C. j j I Three Hundred'and.. Seventy tons or thereabouts Josirox' HICKJUX
I TH Pa'IJI&-A Printer Is the most curious i Jus. Ponce A. C. ; whereof one Lewis,wes Master with intent, that i Jaly 12th 1851. deceased. I

:) thing alive, U ,may have a bank and coin snnd i A. Lopt-z, I, S. said Steamship should be employed in the service' ofa r .

i not be wprlh o cent-have mall cap and have Joseph Lopez O. "S. certain. people to wit: certain disloyal inhabitantsof :, flvi i OTICE a hereby given to' all concerned;
tietiher wife nor children. Oiheraroay run (nat R. U. Canova P.V.. P. the Island of Cuba and others, their alders and 1/1 I shall six months after date hereof;, present

: but be sots along the swiften by idling 'last. UKIOX Division meets regularly evey Monday abettors :to commIt hostilities again the subjects the Judge 'probate of gt. Jobs County for r

*Mty be taakine impmtimt without elo- night,at the Hall of the Sons ot Tepurance,in and property of a certain toreign prince with whom ,'meat and allowance, my accounts,as Executor

* -1 tea* u.U) Zywi hDUt offending and Charlotte street. the United States were af p e,to wit: the Queen th? Estate. of Francis Triay, late of said : :

II fh. "MM MMMA* ii -. ji:......l._-.; of Spaln.that! ,e ffoo "... &tdi.CR-: 4.pajii.of jftJiffjlifdi tTiil th*tJ, -bn.&uba.l Stt -. :
0 .1i d1tii 6d \ "lFOn'VARD tb tackel epparel'and' formture,of said Ship and my final. discharge such Executor.'. '

bat lvnJb &TOWLE, : of:the material and stores procured for the equipment f JOSEPH MANUCY/Fxecr.
the .timeuse.(
same make and thereof contrary to the form of the Statute. la January 25.'lasJ. T. ; 3 1
no duelling-may put :
and I it ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORSIN such case made and provided. Gnardiau's oUce. !

awe pi. neereespIomucK1cuenti' CHANCERY, And also that by reason of the premises and by Jotlce. i. hereby given, that six months (
his life-be nnd rati
during a human being a virtue of the Statute aforesaid the said goods chat. .L1u the fiat publication hereof. I will apply to
i the same time.-may pus a great deal, tels and .furniture hereinbefore described and set Hoa. the Court Probate of St.Johns .

1'.1 not ask a fkv r-..ma1 handle a shooting? I .1.rJl NEIA mJS. forth have become forfeited and praying doc processof my discharge as Guardian of Michael, County! ,

and know nothing about a cannon gun rtORlDJLWil. law alai .', the same. Edward aid Francis. Papy. Miaor.Heirs, of JJi ; .
| or pistole-he may move the Lever that moves And whereas a warrant of arrest for tha seizure aud Mary B. Papy, Deceased. ,
the world and yet be as far from moving A., FORWARD, I SIMON TOWLE. of the said OOdI,chattels and furniture aforesaid GASPER rAPT" dDardiaD. : J

the globe as a hoc wits his nose under aMitspread Late of St. Augustine EuL Florida., .< hath this day been issued to you returnable Before _St. Augustine April 4th, 1651. 6mo .
I the .s4geofthe said Qoort at the Court House in
IDOIo dec witboutbeinx a housewife Administrators notice. tA.
-be may lay his form en a kit and yetI --- the City of St. Augustine the lit Monday of SIX; Months after the date hereof, I T ; l If

I be pbliged to sleep on the floor-and be may I ffOXICE. November next at It o'clock A. M. which time administrator of all and singular ,./
and hath been appointed the said Court .
place ,by
I |ufo the f without shedding blood, and from S good acd>itste, which were of Robert Uutciti :
for the hearing and the aforesaid I
trJaler matters
!tee-earth may handle the..'*. tie may be V p ntheealdlibej. senior'deceased,at the'time of his death shall I 4 I

I of roZ/t'ryjr.disposition, and yet never desire ,' It to the Honorable.Judge Probate, in'and for
totKtvel ie have '\\ Now therefore you are hereby commanded and Johns County In theState of Florida for a final
i may a tKetp'tfuot and not
be he and STEAMER MAGNOLIA will from strictly; enjoined to cite admonish and notify all meat ofmy acc 1l1)t";'and for a, tiDal -discharge (
never without
4etymed-
a
, ease TUB perfocs whomsoever having or .pretending ia have theAdministration aforesaid
after this date leave PicdUta every Sunday ; .
0 IIow rtfeiutf cHaw or physic-be always morning at 11 o'clock '(or Savannah via any 'right, title, interest or.claim whatsoever j fa aad THOMAS DOUGLAS.

..nhn hii erros and growing now every day Black Creek.Fuuge to.the said goods chattels and fornito/f a(>rmi4 f 4 Administrator. 4 S.
t '-have ernwn without' ever having the arms Savannah, 88 00 seized by yon ( in the mode and manner directedby ., Sti Aagnstine, 'April.12th.1851. .
or Ust Around him-have his firm locked to la wand by the rules of this 'Court and by all
' I and at proportionate rates to'all bther points on the'o "f ti ccs, hereby, given I:; at I wi!weeks
9 [ route and at as low rates as soy other Boat.* 4'tCT date apply to the Judge of ,Probate of
Wkh house or any other confinement.f I '" this monition may be made roost Justice and notorious Jobrcunt1fot )letter*of Adnunistration, de
r RETURNING | )to be and appear before the Judge.o( th< z
' Leaves Savannah, Thursdays, 4, P. Mp.McNELTY .\ nis non,on the'EstitdfbfSeMstwa 'Espenoso late : '
Court
THCPRESS.'besckoftypeIith said District upon the return,,of;:said process said deccUfMAURIC1O :
Captain. the tine and place last aforesaid then aDd then coanty
at 8L'Augustine Sept. 5. 1852 ;
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\ more of might Oct. 11, lest. IJ to interppM their claim and to answer the pre. ".
: Tb4 warriors hosts or fortress wall make their aUegationstln that Choice Groceries
; .Potitoea n and behalf sad to
.
4 i And it sfetU batter.JowersiQ ust Cf' USI' Rtt.tlVE.o Crackers; Lamp-Oil OnioDS.lrisl Sw ; :baccoRice: do and abide Cy reeeire,. and'perform, what tojustice' j FINE bt of Butter, Lard, Cheese, t
Soda ,
,, CrackersHams Bacon, Fish
.4Dd"'Ditaoever IlL Smoked
Ttt laugh at siege or cannon ball. Bacon, Butter, Lard, Starch, &c. i: shall apertain : you shall do and Fulton Market Beef. ,' .
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I *{Jrilteia. have aa honorable cmp'ormcnt., Oct. l), S It CARR. ,in the premises,yon will certify, and make return. of at. retail. 8.'I : I

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4 NAJ.il iJ'HUL On fit. Gt$ f Street,north of fourth Monday of May. I Land ; T J1ZC1ObOflHnkeri---' ..
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'dtb, Pfl'lic Square taiode door nortli of'the MethJut *. ,For the County of St John's tt St. : : I I as Agent tor the 'respective 1 AT1'ORi""H.Y 4"- .q 4i
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,. Chnrc>. ca, ,the second Monday. in June.. j; offers for sale
Florida Htvtts On Treasury Lane, North ftli. r lands among,which are some I t. JAcrscvILu. '
TALLTRX. It .
J f ri4.ritrpractiee
\ ;ubiic Square. 4 For the counties of Orange and St. Lncie, I ? Cotton, Sopar and Tobacco. f \\ jsi'the Court*of the F.sstertJ
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% UyUottl. On Charlotte and Bay Street,a 6rw ia ,Cift'ri
before the fip>kMondav uf November. ti'niitocountv of thr..Middle, l
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lr.ioon tSouth But of the Publie Square. % I. & ARREDONDO Circuit. j ri Btmo i;
GRANT.
I S i'- Forthe county of Putnam at Pilatka, the I( 'j I II and 11tls'orough counties of the Southern
$ h flatten IhttL Cfa Charlotte &reei'andTEei- Tuesday, before th first Jfonday November. I I AtAcnrA:Cocftr.. I the Supun Court at Tallalnsw. and Circuit f II

,f V .urjr LS.&, J uli of the' Public* Square, annexed. to the'. For t..
j ; Florida Hooae.' < ,ioKo, mb r. I ." 2,3.8,10.11,12, 13. 1 .22.1 Florid; and will Pro cut4"cl&ns! againai &h4t Distrirl,(,
I h a' .J BOARDING HOUSES. For the couaty of Nassau, Thursday before : 34,35 a- 30. 13,21.17.27,5, _States before COQ rfN and Ithe lpartrnen5 Uj 'i
I A&wj M. Li", .Oo Charlotte Street aear die third iQsriol1. W
of '
Monday November. "
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a' : ,' 69., 1 i.

I ,UjnE Witt Mo.Frtisv Oaft. George Street, a few door* November.For the county of Duval, orithe third Monday v r : 19. 22,26, 27,28,29,3Q-32. hilt Oling entire located and at Jacksonville/or lift",fie 1tilll T;

I k .South of the tourtUonse.e and Lub1iqSquare. .: For the 33,34.; and all unremitting attention to 'PtO1hsk
I Q. N J qy. OoBay street, circfBsy and December.county. of Marion. on .the first J- Monday' I I : .5 15.19, 20. 1,22,2St2/SO' attention.business eninmted to his care!!IlllDrit".uJ IH

) 32,3334. prompt
nf r
; ijPardeD .Lane. .DOOTORS. For the ccantirs of Abchua' and Levy, on the : w 23,10.11,15,22.23,20,27; St. n tint", August 31. IPSO.Tax .

____ II t"" iJ JP. JFif&yn. Office at his Dwslliik g Hous/ ondMonday in December. 34.35.36.; Colletlor' iB ---

Ikfd Street. Forth county'of Columbia M on' the third 7, 8, 11, 19, 20 30. YTirtue of the,power vested w *
fa December. xnjr bYlaw
: Ihd.-J.Jkp B. Prct. Office on St. George Street, p 1314162829. shall eipose for sale before the Court n
: t 1 doortSforth of the Court House.DRUGGIST. The U.Sy Court, at .St., .Augustine.. 'on 1.2,3,4,5,0.7.8.9,10.11. door in the city of St Augustine on the first II Lt!
rtt Monday in
: April. 12.13,14,15, 1 ,2'J,2 ,31., of December next, the following described MonA"

I P.%,r..cr-. .Chemift and Uruggest North East TIlE TKAVELLr.R'S- GUIDE. : f 4 .6, ltc, 19: land or as much thereof will pay the tUft h'aer tbtr J

tide Public dsjiare, the uud JIa basin. II 24' on due the State
opposite FRoFCHARI.ESTONProaClirlttlon 184g
: RQUTfeS I,2,11.13, 14, 16, 17.18, '51, and all neceasarexpeLs.iS ,'OObJ
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'lhn.to
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LAWYERS. I 1123.30. : wit : 4 IG
"IIi 'E. &.thall. Counsellor at Law-office on Ar-I to NtUJ r r}. Leaving' I .'S 7,18,20,23,24E1-2o12. 583 acres of 2d rate land Being ,j

j ..ItIeIrIrn3i.. 31.> !' !oek4,. x. By Steamer, Wilmington 27.2d,33, N J-20f 36- Red house Branch tract about three a, half rftf

ul4t. .,. Attorney 'and, Counceltor milea..By RaUroaiTio,Weldon! 1C; n> I..-To rJ II 1.83.10.11,12, 14,15. from the city Aagusrine and purchased\ mikiH W

I zLawcfce. Picolata street; tersburg C3.-rTo kiehmond22.--Fo ,Acquia C ( : J9. 20,21, 27.23.29,30.33, pin from John and Antonio Huertas. Iyio

;,. .wi A1.wJ. Attorney .Xawjsnd? Soeiuir : .7t-ByJ1frner to Washington 55.-By Railroad | I 3536. I sections:34. 36. and 36of, township, C. bi'I It.

I .* ,. < Hi Chajacerrofllr on_ the ground Boor ot i I BaJflmon\'. %Vl5 iladelPhia 92TofrYodttItttani 'I 6. 1, .19,30/31.. .' and,stio i,J 8 and !.of Ill-J.t
ith eSottth of the"Court IJOI1I 87..T 771 milps.Time 60.hoQ F %'Tn rkr t I. & I flTrrwn Si Q_i,.&t. l.ifl .
Wins .
x aw.uuJ..uoo "
I h I I. .' ,'thwt;'K. .F.i, "d,. Attorney and Counsellor" a! 82d.fr ," MAZI0i G *ir."F. th'e other h JlbA' been'ctmyedJ 'MjehaeT.
: The ,SoWaetaer"Steamship) leave 1,$, 3.10.11,12,14.15 of *
1 x aw fjpe*in the Court 1fous.1 rus Cnarleston, S. C. t-1
\1 every tenth dayfter the 27th of f\pril.o'cloc r' i 2.6. H. 12. 15,16' Unless t
1' 19. 19, taxes.and expenses are P3iJ."(( *
ore the
l.
PUBLIC OFFICBS.f Tjiro in CO hpun..Fare (& '-Room) A25.Pr : .20,21,32,23,24. ofsale. .

1. '&**. G. E Llambiu,'Post Master Howjgrd's irj:
brildiats,8. EAs&itdmg* Market re. i iStmeftr leaves Ckariestoa every other Saturday,a) 4,o' l I 11,14,16,17,18.22,24 Tax Assessor and
IIqIlI Collector
; Outran O,tf. B. A. Putnam Sor.Tejror ..-...t1m apia 60,hours. Fare $20. .' li 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, 13, 15, May .31gt, s. j. e.

General,el Hospital Street,corner,of Artillery /ran Ciarletton to New-Orleant. Leaving .21222324. 1851.uoiiectord r.
\ ai 1Oo'cIockL3LB7: ; s. C, Railroad to%ngns& f: 6. .'n sale.
7.18.19.r
: jL>ne ao4 Hospital! Street.
1 1:" ; La" OJlc' --, --- Registerof miles.- By Georgia Railroad! to Atlanta 171. CEO. R. FAIRBANK'S.- B"y virtue of the power vested in me by Ia. : .
!; 4 Macon and Western RaihlUd to Griffin 42.- expose for sate before die ,
f PuWia Leada- ice im jjie Court House. Feb. 16. 1859.? Cwurl llol12e
I Stage lo Opolaka 35--By Rfflroad to.'\ doorin tEecity oCHr., Augustine, the "
.f' Tl *. T $.,U. Receiver office in' Court on first Moa
1 : GoBy Steamer to )Io1fl. 331.-To iN CiiitJUU' Ol'THfci I day of December' D"XC. the following.described 0
i I.1di : 166.'Teta1.dWanEOOG) Time 123 hours.Fare | FLORIDA CIRCUIT CdURT of land or so much thereof will %
Cf j'rskte' (G"Uumphrty..l0d" .) office miles.. I pal the taxes fen
: S : T. JOHNS'C UNTY. on doe theStateand, County for
839.50.
t : oAothe c;VU11j3U1e. : I years IS19f'.1fi,
1 1 : ,Przer ff.JtaMf. Clerk Circuit Court, office in.ne Frtm Charlestono Nn-OrllJn.,viz I : } \ CIItER Y.of 51.to wit : '

1 I"/ C.:;rt HQ_. daily at 9 A. x. By Steamer to Savanah 140 : lots acres ofcecoad rate .land near head of Ms'

r I i .. Jk/aef 11. .Ufl. Sheriff andfTax Collector! ,of- -By Central Railroa/ : con and Western Rail.road ; I 1 I i I it 20 tieS lu.29!creek, ""W ?. Augustine.lying in secti

I r, (bce in the Court House.Collector to Barnesville 40.-B, Stage to Opelaka 100. k SaB township 8'range 30
Hernandtt
.
I" ,J: CIlIt,., John ?4' Haaaon offi"I .- By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to : tracfcwa*granted, to F.: J. Farior tad -eGI
called the
I I f.. Planters Hotek'f' bile 33 1. To New-Orleans 166.Total 1 distance Putnam | monlr A\rs. Fortune' place, assessed i
I \ t. I fIJ miles. 77 hours. Fare 839. 50. VV. lyiilker. % j r'JfFatio.aDd unle8. tues ADd xpenstos are i""
1 g ; /.'pecfer' of Ce IGPM. Ora Howard. office in Time TABCE. ofthe before the day of sale.R '
MISCELLANEOUS i ; to the raUBdction Court, '::
I oward Marke .
Buildipgs,
Is I. / Bronn Judge square.f. U. 8.
; I 'District Florida, office in the Court House. I To Athens (7a., 221 m. 87,95''h 20 h. ? .Walker, resides out of UK Muy3lst Tu.AueS80f and Collector,: ;,, .4
I ISSh
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,. G. It. F iri.d*. Clerk U.,8 ,Court office inthe I uCtial ;nOOp, Tenn., 445 13,12 31 ; beyond the Jursisdiction of this ,

I Cpart H e. t. *' / # "Columba 1 S. C., 130 ; 4.00' 8 United States: :" Tax Collector's Sale., '",

1 Deputy M' rdd. Gorge L .Zehnbttr, office in "Ctmdeo.S.C., 142 ; *4,00 9 l Ordered,that the Said Defendant JY[ virtue cf the power.vested m me by law t

1 '1Ji. Cpu tllopse.. .. :"Hambnre: S. G., J36' 4jOO 8 appear and answer the Bill JL& shall expose for sale before the Court HatsS

i .- "Memphis! ,Teun., 740 .: 28.))0 iu, this Cause witrtin Four, Months door.m' the city oC 3CAugustine'on the first Mot

., ORDNANCE' DEPARTMENT.C 'Passengers for either of the above 'places : the Publication 'of this Order,'Or the day oT December next the following described 'trtei.".

L. .t 1 'tM, R.l d&. Ordnance Store keeper, Charleston, .daily, by a C. Railroad at *10 taken Confessed against"him of land 'or so.: much thereof as will pay .the jaxrf

'. .office on 8 1. ;.Georire street* a few doors South ofj. LX.k .::. ,*Ordered, that Publication of thereon.. ....due the. State and County for 'years 1845ami -.*!
; i jiri some Newspaper published -.. iowa: --
B. A. Putnam'* retfidence.. Persons 4J5i. -
:foul of risiting the Fort will make application to : Tax Cou ctor'.' Sale. & i arjfreek forthe Splice of foul GOO acresof second rat? land above head Jfer

I 'I//tpt. Htnham, 1 ThY virtue'of the power vented inne by lay i r.: THOMAS DOUtLASJudge. jUver.lymg in secticns 19 and 20,township 4,naj

: I a : i LPehill' expose for sale before the Court: ) p. B. DtXAS'1 J9. tract of five hundred acres,is assessed 1

JUSTICES TilE PEACE. d pia the city of St. Augustine on the first)fondajoI' C.' **** Johns County djo Cocifado. '. .

James'M, Gould. December next, the following describe ] :j 8 51. UAless taxes and experes are paid Wen .Ie4I

I ( Gt.. L: Pkillipi, Notary Publie-offiee nn Bare of land or ss much thereof'as will'pay jhe : \"tQ 10 all'T\OII1 II, may JDtef or Ale. ,

I ; t a little North of the Market and oexudoorty thereon doe the State and County for years'1849,. as n iU' A tJ istn&lor.r the R. B. CANOVA 8hriITsndx.ofl

.' the.Post ; ,. { .' '51, to wit: 11.- I ft ,ae.cd.having u such ad- rax Ass ssgr and CuUeclOl,s.L
pj
100.acres .of second rate laid in secuon 38 troj nagement of real estate *31s1. 1.851. .

Y -.# "t crx: OFntE. .. & : 13, range 28 snub rt.or fnr. .heirs of midjjtstdte. .,.
.r-" I Prtr&21G1TertowDS1 side 'of Dun's ke-aa1d {p the Judge or thJ Qrei Coort c4" .CARl\IJWAEL6\ND'VSGOOD.S* ,
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.. ,';.. ftanA.Invk: ,. rexpentra LtiqFlrida. 1 U'Term..C ttKEDGiIfG JUACfllKJ$" .
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t 'I ". r'...c" ,TIIriY4' .erne' ... / :, i ulxi>,t.al1d. .'ara* ,I.fJtoro!. .'day r'i.: ; j.tk'C uEnstiii, : re&lD4| *igud jiavr be !'appojalwvm ( '
'v Qfllle T '
I ,, t ; : '.' It i -
4 0 .! / 4- ; I _?._. CANOVA; Sberiffand eis-o/T/ ;,: ": ditti i : 5itzcWa. ompaD"*i, IbID "

Clfrkof the City Council, Charles:Haafer,'efficc T5* Assessor arid Cjllector. 8.tf J'C .., ;'. r"'AI ENE1t.0' whe abut'lf4bg: work of thCfOIEovT1g/ _
,
b. it 'he! Council room. liny 31t 1851.i Aa i1f !. tivu: 4. -j.fl

Guy tfwjfe! end Lurk if the Market, P.P.f. -* 1851. ) 'ft': I Extensive drafcage *.Swamps, Marshes, a&lff
A ; Tax Collectors Sale. I gar Plantations. 5" '
:'l'U'8j v, Court oi s '. John .
t : j/ PORT WARDENS. TpYTi8ue of the power Tested faume by law, I V nnty. I Building Levees arorod Plantation or Towns, .
I /'. C.. Zylttro Cktrlet Huge Jot. E.,Pcmor.AUCTIONEER. J.,shall expose (or sale before the'Court Ifouse I I| I I Opening Channel way*i4 mm*vio& Ban sir
door the : cfIAJCEItT : faonth or Uiven and Harbors. .
Jn: city of St. Augustine on the tfirs.lIon- -

I 'J 1 f, ,II day of December next,the! following scribed Jract 11 I[I spe-)| Making Canals through SwamplJ marshy or i ..

I I. O.o. Cen&r,'F. P. Ferreira,and'J. A. S.trischa.r I'. of land or as much*thee f as wfll"pay the tllXe'8 t grcund. ,. }
Ceiver'l
1 1 & If ;" thereon due the State and, County for years 1r 849 of; Deepening water around Wharves and Per,. I

f ,J .I: J MERCHANTS. '50 and '51, and all., necessary, expenses incident *. Keeping upenchannel way through Lakes ana i, ''Ait

9arrq"6 E. C rr. Wholesale and Retail dealer thereto,to wit : I .t Bill for Discovery Vera; removing Rafts or sunken' Logs, tearifll .
.
t' ::1.1 f..rlt uatt! y 'Family Groceries of al! 'kinds. Li- l IDS acresof.econJ i rate land on the Matanzas & Mary and account. Roots Trees,eta. ,

I -1 ; jtiors &c., No.2 East side Charlotte Street,'North River about twelve miles South from St. Augustine;; : *,Gtorge Tope-sons desirous of improving waste Li

of the '.ublir square. and lying al the .mouth of Moses'creel "known Rich- .. drainage this InachiA taD be berecommendfrfMt

::1! : G'ez'ge Burt. isealer 'in Staple and Fancy Dry A hUle Murals place,sold in April ::1829; by Waters Maul- only! one adapted. to all the purpose necessary" i :,i

t. | Gcoda, West wde of Charlotte street, a few doors I Smith, Attorney in fact for,Achille Murat to Richard I Maul- drains To those wao are Iding\'or repairing Csasfc, '
I i Town,'owner unknown, It, will be found immense vslae u fcr1
i North of T( nsury Lftne now .ctao I : ', w
dealer TOWB, / ft. j : I deepen the canal,andat the same time form air i
&t& 3f. lr Wholesale and Retail
." f ew I .
w J'llWGooajnnd Groceries. Grocery store on the ,Unless Taxes and expenses.are paid before day'o de.jn this.cansc"tbat the said This machine b w.

i "t'o"nd ':1JOf of the City Hotel-Pry Goods Store, sale t. I! C.JOJ'f'1 and Mary E. Jones, power which can be u Increased ed with ether Eorss or '

SI Charlotte $;eet, opposite Misses Pinkhams' R. B. CANOVA, ShcrifTaDd ex-ofT. and JVIalvina Richey, his I They a re now io to any exte-tr V
: J.\Iiht's f tj N. r/ntAnm. Dealers in Fancy Tax Assessor and Collector, s. J. c. '.VauI4en and Caroline MaulJen, :he county.andmay be successful operation in i aU4s$

:I Good .c opposite .the Planters Hotel. on Casts : May .315t", 1851., ":; .j\y. I; ., 1, ;; ; 1.ond the \.limiu of the State of r I ohma,. avr Yard Pensocola seen at Charleston; and on thfe,*I Itween Ca'awb T
of i
il l CJmnotte
e
; strpft.Pcdri State of South Carolina. Galveston:
and San
.
Circnlt Court, l&Htern Clrcnlt '
.
I ii 11 ntl. Dealer Groceries, Provisions,&e. on''raotipn' of''George Fair.
B. Dy applicatio
to
J8.
fo Florida. I- SECOR. Esq..<
comer pT Cuba St. George street. IN 'CHANCERY, t the said defendants Lambert at Mobile for the Slates of Aabama\nd! .
IarivelCresp9.. Denier in Family stores, Proviainn -' E. Jon",'his wife, George drawing of the machine r. lWF
? be
Peter Benet,, Administrator" can seen, with info
] -
I & 4Bill
?, ,}omcr of Charlotte ind Bridge streets. cf Francis P. Ricbey, his wife, and Samuel as to the cost,etc, -4
&c.
c ; I f.; JT. Qdcy."ach maker and Jeweler, 'onGebrz L d ecd..forthe Maulden,his wife appear and July! 12tb 1851 "-IS, V.
-
i I *snw. nearly opposite elnce of Dr. Peck. cs0 ,
Sanchl'1 Complaint'Filed in this
cause GILBERT. & :
FnedlandeV, I SCoLNew'Y
r.tasv! tfeltJ Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps, : from the date of the publication -
;
"
t Hats and Dry Good?, east pidt Charlottee street, ; TS;; \ : raid Bill will be taken (or con '.. TO :POITJ.l& TEBJJ. ,\
i. t : rornfr: of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane .Uenj. A. Putnam. Executor of I for; Account t : POS-rOPFll.E8TAlIIe "
Peter Mitchell deed. NicolasLongworth and Distribution.
"
Lu""nJ Andreu. Tailor Charlotte street,
k t ordered, that Publication of this m nndersigned.Postmasferat
i Pkuaat
i the K ,nrriring Executor l' as
near
t I some newspaper published in this J Alkghany Co. Maryland was the first .
Joseph Longworth deed
Utina.
Join o ]
Boot maker, harlotte street near !
for the of .Four _
Months.
and all others unknown Legal | I space the U. 8; who conceived, and undertook ito 1CJIi enw
Hotel. .
tIe City '
.:t 'Micliae1 Nempn-Cabinec' Maker, Charlotte I I Representatives and heirs of I : I DOUGLAS, Judge, &c. publish,the idea of supplying post I5ctt ofI
true copy. All ,
itreet.belew Temperance list!. said Joseph Longwcjthet.fl/.J cheap stamps. stamps made fcy him
.
.
Clerk
c. c. ST. JOH.TS co.
.t't Ida Mvei. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near,' F} been made to appear by AfSdnvit that ranted eqnal the or superior fo any other Chatoilprocured cut

f4sthGateotheCity. the Defendant, Nicolas Longworth U residing II I __ at same price, and whenevef sJfT
-, < I without the limits of Florida,end atao the other de.f"eDdanta. ; : CIRCUIT OF 'THE; sent out in any way defective or 11DJatiafa *

f -' \" 'i AWSEMTS: : I CIRCUITCOURT plicates shall ,be forwarded, on notice,
;2ZiULir: ToUr; UflI'Al1ev.Ora,1Ioward. r, :D nftoUba oTWiUiam.A.ForwardComplainants JOHNS i charge. All who. order set of stamps,wi
'J Market Coua l. inirtStred:lht\-\b Buildings
.ward square. 4- \ YSU:: -, 4 i.-i t_ u.'i".rf' ,' J
., do'Appear and answer the 'i'
"lI i iS Alley t Lifuort and Pefrtikmtntt, b T: Complainants'Pill and 8CI"fYfu&t .! _
amead ventafthereto, within four month from the
Bricben City Hotel. ;
V. & Ferr'Par1De1'lf _
J'I. L date hereof otherwise the same, shall be Co. Md." .
,
fkilip famtt. Retailer of Liquors, Refreshments I, taken pro ,. I I a
Charlotte opposite Bridier'a Bowling confesso. I Admrs. J --
atfeet I Reuben
N ','4) t.' s.e.p llsy. I I I And it I' further ordered that a copy- of this order : Charles [ Fofeclozure.I Estate of Dr. A.Jldrew, lie

; Ir be published once.a week consecutively for (our eeaIu. I oft
( I I' : /II STAGE OFFICE. months'some Newspaper published within thja circuits : and Loring'j JJotIee Is be.by r'1'fD.that in thirty day pot

I Q&tt tf tUPieiatarit" Staff. Bridier's City: ; 1. the date..hereof apply to tw qu:
.
I
;' r THOS. DOUpLAS,.Judgi,. te.t Ire to the Satisfaction Probates,of $ Johns County forleaye AMa
,,j. If} : _L: i Certified to be a true CoP,. ,made in this Cause, that of the the much of the-Re l Estate of Dil A rnu1f 10

.. ;I .CHURCHES. Witness m, Hand and the Seal o(said '' Loring. WilUara W. SOS.u Dd u.will. be aufficient .to thede .
3 Loriag; pay
: t f' Cttblie North side Monumen Court, the 10th February. 1851. UabiIitie tliereofftncl Iait
Ciurck.
Elizabeth riz'IM1Itu
.
Nnnes
.. Bra, : ., P. B, DUMAS d reside and Albert A. I will apply the Mid Court lOr fiom. 50
the nI
> j beyond Jurisdiction 1':11 40
clerk C.C. St.,JokntFehruary Co.lit;. I Executrix
of lard
South aide Monument : the estate.
JBplxopilCltrcl. square.Ciarci. ( State of Florida, but in the Or.bb
t i 15th 1851 4rooav '
; i St. CL\RISSA C. .
., .Pr'q.r, On George street, ANDERSON.Er !
r April..t6-6m'
tb of ibe qure. -Lft.izt. : JM itJ'iHlidJYa. ,that the Said Defendants I, 20C

e t ii .fatAaiitF4iscoptz Ckurel. St. George street, AND : W. Loring Frederick Hotice.persooi 10IOC
ENGLISH AMERICAN
. ; a pear Magnolia{ House. mdAlbeirt, A Nnnes.her .
.
I. A. laving any claims or
,
1ttO
mmuLmoW m and
; J. answer the Bill of Com "pinst the estate of
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; (
' .rERH8;. OF COURT, EASTERN CIRCUIT. vaoiza.a. AHD IflIL DZJOXX. Dl ,within Four Months,or the Jchns"de easedas creditors belrslegaterssrwie bacIOC
: .
; ,FLORIDA. .' confessed them.
against
are hereby notified '
FRENCH AMERICAN to
ENGLISH, present them JCW&
.t
r'' snnro 8Lr.J. : ." ..ordered that publication of this scriber within two years from the date hereof
= ,. GERMAN $1 tal,
.
i Fer th4 Counties of at. Newspaper published within will be, forever barred. And
4 i cmu D the third Tnesd 7 In 4%_. ': DRUGS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS *, ,once a week. eonsecvtiTely for estate are required tomake immeoiate persons Indehte4.- _
l' .
t ) .- For thi county Putnam, at Piktka,second. Toe, 1 P.B1l.FUN BYlre.r'* :, ,. THOS, DOUGL4S, Jadge. F BRIDIEIf, Ad'uin.paymflit13.1850. .1S

.*Tln April: 'Ie t' ".. Minutes of ( ourt.. 8epL I
:: Forth county*f Marion,at Ocala. burth Monday 8AYANAIGA. ; P. B. DUALiS. -' I

:, f't 4 I 4"fortheCotmdtsofAlachtta p, rtl!lar'Dtioa'P d i English'and: *C.C. St. Johns County J.w.JOTICE jereb, given to ail I
I having claims '
against the Estate of..
American Ships IeJkineChdtSICCOrdiagto -
and Levy,at New- ; 4mosno27 I t
r. Mteday in Mayor ;, jhe Laws of E tlud. 3 Arnau deceased either aa creditors lej>
firrt
&o1I1iUf, fjLoucteD &Co.,Philadelphia! GrocerIes.I distribute,,of saidEstate[ .that the same *
AGENT ; w
\ t '/ th COW of Columbia at Alligator, on, the Butter, Lard!,. Cheese UIOrteJ'' Within edf
presented
, Dr. Jacob Townsend, New York; Jleara.Bui1aitdIUalry two years from this fate,* I
f aaccoclMoKa10f&Y. Bacon. Fish, Smoked Bee will be by law .fcjrjver afzedsaned. ,
,' toaD.orNIIDa at Nassa. C. H..on !the it Co, Aunl"f of Tibbitt, Prpvidevee., Beefi \ .. .
for ."
; FAUL
.I berth Moodayia f ay. Bevlfi >, !> B. f RNAtT" Adml ,
F'
Wedp1re CARR St.Augustine,3ht MayJ$51. t
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