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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: November 1, 1851
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
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System ID: UF00048575:00062

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:: THf ANCIENT HDf. I I IN. : 'M HEREBY GIVEoa1- J THE WIFE'S APPEAL. ,. A party under whose imWife and plodding I ion to iti, policy internal or' external I" :they ;; .. _
pera IaUiOIt.IanaCd oat f administration ofa1f'J1u'l.the confederacy will no doubt be met in a tone and spirit becoming _
ipUJL1UZDWT. '..1V Ottbe P' ShOlfiOtYfr"OfJb.14 nrt ( he JQUe4 ta1tt (or the I U BT W> BUCKET. baa well nigh rent intwain-.lhe Union:party! the occasion. 4,

B ); 'of ., 'd.. .*niideljJ 10 me, ofwlii Oh, !ont&g to-night John squad of eithtrfive in the national Congress.eektoK I .s ; : _' .

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1n &tern" anll FIFTY Luror nch 4ubltqUeD'I WhertM, a libel' hall this '' '' Though VTa hungerjl an> fafnt}" John, A reflect upon the* peculiar inducements everyone tpectetl that.it waa an expedition t I:,. '

... ltieft, A deduction will be Sad for *oti ta in- District Cnn of the Unite*States day been far the filed Northfrri in ,the1 I And cold comes down, the mow : $ and aftrnctions which a're represented by [against .is which Iras'fitting out, or,a do*. .

jetted lor all months. Dwtricl of"Florid* by Philip Fttxer, Eq. Attorn 91 Then d*&/nL go in to-night these boastful impotents to join their orpnizatlon. -I cent wasbrigands. to be made on Ib 8. retreat ot some .,'. '

3., :re :9'm.unrWG: neT and Proctor in the name and ,on behalf: ot Wil Ah, John, you must remember, ." It was soon, however ,understood ,' ; '
that all these had been ordered .,
liam
lent and preparations .
Philip J.Fontane for Umiwelvei' and
reasonable tetma. And John can't .
wcnted \ forpel,
on ,
U'flrl>*> for the execution of air Bch ftter. The f ;
man
olhors concerned against the steam chip Pampero When foot uf John KovsiiUi's Address to the People of
.uNIONOF'FHILADEL"PHIA1AC'orpor..U flbw lying at the port of Jacksonville in this District: Was never in the alehouse yours set. the United States.BALTRXOBC darin,fearing that tho Christians would endeavor ,!'

of together with her tackle, apparel and furniture, in a; ./th. those John Sept. 18 1851., to rescue their Missionary by force,. : "
wero happy tmcf
toy the tcsUlatare 0 1 I cause civil and maratine. in said Court, for mirage: I No then knew., j Tre Union of this morning publishes Kos. wished intimidate them by this display of:,' 4(1< i '
quarrel we
and which said JLibrl propounds and substance Wnen his intentions known all :
Peaasylvania.TOR
charges And in lane suth's Address to.. the poeple of Ihe United troops.- were ,
none were \
happier our
OF THE &s follows: the town showed the affliction. The. I
THE PROMOTION It makes five columns in that greatest
Than I dear John and' States paper.
First, That : ;
the you
sloop Dolphin is owned the t. If
by jailers, the prisoners and all those who had
&RT& OF&ESifaVIW TOE raid Philip J. Fontane and commanded! by laid Then don't go' in to night He tells us if the United Stales had .been a > any connection with the Missionary,expressed .
nation at the time otihe Hungarian
,. 1JNITI.D: STATES. William United Stairs Lent,District and i. licen&ed Court for by the thti Southern Judge of Di the. You will not f.ol! John,John, I mind neighboring Revelution, all Europe 'would, have been I their sorrow and regret., \

-- When \ve were .courting, few .. The mandarin was npprehansivcof a riot,. '.:,,-
revolutionized. t
trict of Florida .
wrecker and !
as is
a manned .
OFFICERS. provi. "
I' ded and furnished, and is Had arm, as strong1 or step,as firm,. I extract the following paragraph from the and he took up his position on tho ramparts .
y in
imtC. CAWT Prtl dntt. 'V .uAK D. KELLEY bosinesaof MTJng life end expreas about employed the Florida the Or cheek as red as you ; close of the address : surrounded by his troops all ready for action. : ,

Vice FrInk..EflWAwP. MCTCIIELL Secrttary Trttr-, Reef and Keys. The,said property vessel is of the burthen But drink fans stolen,your stren th, John. "Free citizens America You inspiredmy I The cortege of.tho matvr was arranged in the, '&:1

Jrtr..B.'H. Botmu Retordin Corrfrptnding See. of- tjns and is navigated by a crew' of nine I And paled your cheek to while, countrymen ,to noble deed Your approval following manner: Before ,him. marcbed.a .

GteiucWvDcwirv. men ; but tiiucteen men all of whom are represented Has tottering mndo your once firm tread, i imparted confidence. Your sympathy soldier, carrying a board affixed to,a.pole,.on., ,.';'. .4

MANAGERS oo : by libellant Pent, were employed rendering tie And bowed your manly height : consoled us in adversity, lent a ray of hope to which was written "Notwithstaning the severn ", ,'
S. "flhlaceI f eni hereinafter forth. You'll not so in' to-night the future, and enabled us to bear manfully prohibition against the religion of Jesus,a '
Sutin C11arLleI "o1'paa. James Second. On the day of August A. D. 1851, your the of burdens. Your European priest named Augustin, has dared to ;
oII
think
heavy
Batter. henry S.PatttrJOIl. You'll not 20 In 7 on the day weight our gen
E. II libellant
Calrtf" Macalpatrr, Pent in com.nand of the said sloop was come here clandestinetly, to preach and se ",
ftillow-f>elin! will till sustain until f
Leland WilLiam D. Lewoeph That made me,John, wife crous us we
G. your ;
M.D.,Charles cruizing to aye stranded and ,duce ? When arrested he confessed
,
persons property a- the p ople .
and faith that is .,
D. Edwin R.Cope, What pleasant talk that bad realize our hopes Hungary
4'. D. Stewart,M. bout the F'orida' Reefs, when he discovered the day' we everything-his crime is evident. Let Augus .
John 8. Hart, A. M., Of all future life not lost forever. 1
P..Mitchell. Pampero ashore our :'.: .
Fdward strainer on a place near Cape tin have his head cut off and thrown into the '
James L. Clahorn.zyZcwb. Florida, known. Soldier Key Bank, lie went to Of how your sjeady earnings, John, Accept in the name of my countrymen, river. Fourth year of Tu du; First of the ;..: ." .
I the assistance of the steamer, and was informed by No wasting should consume, the acknowUedments of our warmest grattitude ,
soldiers drawn
Third Moon. with .
for the Year 1851, her But comfort and ,our highest respct. I who know Hun. Eight f.f- '
', commander that he had DO fuel and was in weekly some new bring
. re'ejr. for each Sub cripliuR of FIVE DoLr.u. need of aid to get the vessel afloat and to obtain ,To deck our happy room ; gary so well, firmly believe she is not lost; s&bres, marched by the side of M. 8cb ftler;. '. t'.; b' 1
hundred armed with muskets :
,1i11 a print ot wood as speedily as possible. ; Then don't go in to-night and intelligent citizens ot America have decided one men or ,: '. ,
Third. the with kindness but with : lances formed the head of the procession : two
AND 1IECHILDREN" Upon masters earnest request libel notonlv impulsive ,
IU -C11RWT1ANA lant! !Pent anchored! the Dolphin near the' steamer I To.see us, John, as then we dressed, reason and policy, to fann unfortunate but not elephants formed the rear Juard.'j' :

within n cables length, and duriug and throughout the So tidy, clean and neat subjugated Hungary. Tha sound of that en On arriving at tbe place of execution the .

"rrofrl Iii JOSEPh AND.BJVS, Ioeton said day, your libellant with his own crt'wand aid- Brought out alley s to follow us couraging voice is not*like n funeral dirge, buta martyr tell on his knees, kissed the cruci3x IJ..

AND TUB COMPANION, ed by ten men th? crew of the schooner Relampago As we went down the street. shrill trumpet tout will one day call the three times and'at tbe request of the .execu i ., .
MRRCP2 DRB.\l'_ his consort in the business of wrecking labored to Ah,little thought our neighbors then world to judgment. tioner, he look off his coat, and turned down ". ; 0 I'

Jlpiiut; "r Isiitington' rJTCJIIE. New 1"orI. extricate the steamer from the bank and ;,by great 4nd we as little thought, "Citizens of America to you I declare honestly the collar of his sLirt. The executioner having :
Effllff'd 6J A. U. exertion they got it afloat and Safely anchored at That. ever, John, to rugs'like these that aim in the federation of Hungary afterwards tied his binds behind his back.the- !

Or the choice Many two of the fo loving high wahr duringlh- succeeding night: By drink we should be brought with,smaller my nation was toC: secure thenationality martyr said to him. "Do your business ai ;i.

. ,"F our pylcadtd jrSTHROWJUOOT ; .Fourth. Yourlioellaat Pent wi fhis awn crew You wont'go in to-night and iddependence ot each and the quickly as possible." j. ,

1 ,. .,. .J., ai\d the Mid ten seamen of the schooner Relampago a "No oo," replied the mandarin, who was in*. 1
." '" .. And will f Wool for freedom ot all ; and had anything been wanting > !
,
.**-, & ie. .p..D4JiJUA % nnialand you go me> f'
; : ''' M.'Schceffler *
\ :\ formed what hadsaid.J
t. h.tT cf .
1.U34fl: 'Kro 'J EJl\'li 01,: n 'hiM Ba7 at the *Wrne9tjTOUf 'of theqid .' .- t...Pet for your baby stay J' fi..d.f. '.; which,could..>ha. justly granted .
;t4T&. rinrt frqfAUtEO. hlVfI'Drfb: 't"rRL 'Qrcd.rlli" ": master: r :throughout\ two .days end a half You kqoi, John, not a taste ofSod any or all ot the races' In lIu 1 gray, tbe* (ag-, "F Uow tbe signal of lbecjmlal I ooly(,ftirk0v) tk-. : ,.j'
Bou.l'.Ulfd"i Blllur'.rt.E" and obtained wood Has had to kno it and it would have at the third sound. The signal war given. (. *' 2
T11: ; they"cut trees carrying it upon passed my lips to-day ; t yars only !\ v
a ", -. th ir back! *to th. ir boats and transfVortrng ,it thence And tell your father. little one, ''.''been performed with readiness; for freedom, The hind* of the executioner trembled. He. tf'
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:::.1fLJLtY. .Pmind 4 Jnfjijtonflgra" to1 the stfomer, (about thirty pords of wood a sufficient 'Tis jpme your life banes; 'on. 'l' and not Power, was'their desire. struck three blows of his sabre,on tire neck of"1" [

rtd Ii, l ltlit. LI huntigtoi quantity to enable he vessel:to proceed to waajad .' You will not spend the shilling, John ? ."May. ,God bless your country forever his victim and wa.at length obliged tocu ) %

. ._.4avstuzqi AK IU:1\qWI.hIP4IUtC Engraved 6J reach Jacksonville to which port your libellant You'll give it him ? Come John, May it have tb glorious destiny to share the flesh"with his.knife in.'order to detach the L,
'1 .& A.tID' understood the was destined:) And with, the Mid 'I' Come home with us to-night with other nations the blessings of that liberty head from the body. .j J:
a .coY oftheV.! t4' .t' .. wool the mid steamer did get ;under weigh; and which constitutes (bwn happiness and The Christians'obtained the body of M. ,

pldtadelphLa At1JDIOb, Reporter, did procce4 tea piloted'eafely put offand over the I t From the Mitrissippian.* enduring fame. May your power be the Schceffler,. but the headfwas thrown into the ,' '
of the transactions Florida and did safely reach the St., Johns river bad afterwards been
Reef and not found.
,
J'l'pon
ptIii1f'ftcoollifing\ a terror ot all and the of the : .
A montb1J infonna ti n OD the Dcnfbcracy in the .next Congress tyrants, protector ,. .
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1i.1i,
oC the' Iosututns ubjectoftlc, Fin Art', # li.r. And your libellanta alledge that the services Its Influence In Electing the next unfortunate, and your free country ever from the Mobile Heraldf Tribune. I, '

: ; WHOLE WORLD. aforesaid entitle jhrm to ralvage. that for said President. continue: to. be" thei.asylum for. the .pprcssed CURE FOR. CONSUMPTION, &c. :

__TJIE 4. services the steamer wotild bare continued ashore ,* The Richmond :Enquirer referring to the of all nations. ., In the first number of the NewOrleans., : 0 '

PhuTdelpWa awarda trues in in an exposed position at a stormy season of the fact that there will be an overwhelming ma- Monthly Medical fit'gister-which we noticed f i I
The Art Union of in peril of being greatly damaga and! that the From the Baltimore Clipper.EuiorzAzt ",
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year find article
CartiAatet wlth.which ongioal Ame CaflworkaofAflfl"Y jtrity 6f the Democrats in the next House oi a few days ago-we an by Professor
ita ovA Wpcrchajed' innoy part of the U. steamer's crew could neither have Extricated her Representatives, draws the following contrast IHTZXYENTION. The New York Stone on the virtues of "Phosphate of Lime- .
of theV JIUD who from the bank or obtained fuel: And that withbut I Iforald has long editorial article, in which Scrofula and other depraved states of the-
th&opclod wd auction between the two parties: ;
Btatfa, at wood by the libelant! the steamer
the supplied
the writer undertakes to show,that England? is is of It .
which moment was
obtain a nrile al1e J. roost have remained powerless in her then position. "fn riew of this gratiiYmg and glorious' System, some .
LIlY
*unuat Dlttrltmtloun'Atcft Sixth. The steamer was exlacated solely b, the fact, Democrats North and .outh. should feel endeavoring, to embroil France and the United suggested by an essay in the London Lancet '

IWlJftni"IofJ.he last week means aforesaid the service ww performed upon the that they have In themselves! a sure and safe States in a war, on account of the island on the -'physiology and pathology of the oxa. I

tdt.-'lace. iaytecerYcar D!' a.t llih seas, and fa within the jurisdiction of this honorable protection from abolition agitation In the of Cuba; but we think that neither, the reasonings late of lime, and their relation the formation )

I. OF THE : Court and praying the customary process in next Congress ; and atronce dismiss whatever nor the conclusious of die .writer are of cells," a
TilE EXECqTIY&' OTJE. such cases that-said steamer might be arrested and I of sectional animosity has divided them, in correct. Whatever may be the feeling which ..Tb *conclusions of the author (says rtc.. \\i I'

0 gi'UNON, held to answer their said claim for salvage and that the'past.. If Secessionists-that is to say, exist between England and France neither lessor Stone) are based upon careful chemical

.When lO\ecFatet. ,w1etf works of Art, ithout charge lOch.alnge might upon the hearin'thereln decreedto Democrats who seek to preserve the Union had cause of complaint against the United research and results from the use of the ,:t'

.Of. ,m"aAuoDe.ilr9m", th&r 84% libellants aa equity might dictate : And maintaining the rights of the States and States! jsor would it be tdthe interest' of either remedy. His researches show that in man, '

I IREC.: GALLERY 310 CIIE8NUT STREET, whereas an order hath this day been issued to you resisting: the consolidating schemes of Federalism ,to have the government of this country as well as in vegetable and inferior animals .

the country', who may live remOILUInU1kt1et0r directing you to retain in your custody until ths -will aid jjio great republican, constitutional subverted) or its prosperity injured.-Neither phosphate of lime as well as albumen 'and .
I For tho* peiiona pibIc' tpibitionl of the further order of Court, the steamship Pampero,her party offne country to repel the assaults England hor France will undertake to war fat is 'absolutely essential for the formiiion (

I .Ffaie Arts. tackel, apparel and furniture jwbich bath!been heretofore I of tbfl Whig and free soil: parties upon with us about, the island of Cuba. What of cells and he considers that many of the '\
t- srizel by you. .and iI ,nosy. in. )your, custody and.. i could 'be their pretext? Our government has of
-- I tho Constitution-all will be well-: pathological states the system depend upona j.
_. yet_ _
14 be made directing a monition to issue in this ctnse ,to all I .u fulfilled its
8 of membership $5h tie Constitution will be maintained and the faithfully treaty stipulations with deficiency of this salt. The affections in .I' I
rIptioDi interested \jreturnable the first
11.0 .tD\ tl members of I parti- or persons : on i I Spain I by using its best endeavors to vhich it advised are ulcerations -
O early a. ractlc&blet..o & Monday in November next, \\being the 'thitd day,of- Union saved. It is in the power of Sonthern preventtbe dependent
fWi1before
:' wbic I of Cuba from tu, shores-and if and not mere'i
jy4es.jftb "Reporter November. : Democrats by uniting with the ound Dempcracy -' iqvasion upon a general dyscrasia, a i
ward 4P9n'\be' receipt or be Ilnty tO any part Now thereforE ytm are hereby commanded and 'of the Union, upon the broad, catholic Spain be somewhat: irritated at events which local affection; infantile, atrophy; in those t.

.( the qJ&atry. 4t.-I J'f'eeiptl for strictly enjoined' ti cite, admonish and notify all national platform of noninterventionthe have taken place, she will make her appeal to suffering from rickets and consequent diarrhoca -. '

.. The IIcDorarr Secretaries 'wiU made p"e to persons whomsoever having or pretending' to have platform or Baltimore-the platform>> ot '48, our government for explanation or satisfaction 'tuberculous diseases particularly :"
..ripUcmlorremittIftCt'l may be interest claim whatsoever -and there the matter will! end. of the lungs iu tho early stages.
DEWEY, any nght jtole, or in andto of 44, of the old\ Republican time of the Jef- .
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". GfOllGE &crtJcirr, the mid steam !lip' Pampero her tackle, apparel, f-rsoojcrA, -to maku all well again with the Some of our presses and st statesmen arc too Struck by this snide Professor Stone tested I l .. ".
;. C \16{ aell'h a.. furniture and cargo In the mode and manner directedby country;-to restore 'peace-to subdue jealousy much in habit representing England as our it, and ho describes three :asei in which )
19 ."1- i, Law and the rules of this Court,and by 11I.1] other -to kindle in the breasts of the honest deadliest foe.' We have no such teelling. On its virtues were very obyious. The firs was > \

# lawful ways and means whatsoever, whereby this
LIES.. munition may be made most public and notorious, been temporarily. alienated from it their orifrfnal the two countries an so intimately interwoven, Peofesipr'4 Infirmary in July with A disease *

I .'.lii CBR'B8. .. to" ndarDore.theJUd' of the District -ftfieclioQ: for thoUAionb -difasd n lei edtofi: herjarto make peac*. be- At"the.. ..;.-|*.the whole .,stem Bowing.great' '1
U. i. ,reeeldnlf.Pt't qcUr. "Dloom tog 'Court of the United Slates:for &he Northern District universe confidence its permanency//mod tureen them tndispensible, tojte"'safety*' andprosperity progress' In I "scorofulOUJ"':; decay, Ttte 'usual:" ,.'......I.

fn bAltimore, qunntl- Florida at the Court Hoiye' in the City of of both nations. Next to our own, remedies were unsuccessfully applies '.untulugust .
[ jp yomOt IM days ifj4r o'clock A. Is!. to impart fresh impetus to the ,.flourishing "1
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lietof Groceries, ProvisionShelf Goods and the t. 3d Augustine day November at 1851 then and upon then Monday to interpose interest t! and miraculous progress of our great the British Government is the most free that ; when cod liver oil was used but theA

offer to'tamiliesand others tn want, an opportunity their ,claim and to answer the premises neru nc. Harmony of the Democratic par exists;and, instead of opposing each other, disorganization of the stomach was increased, .

purchasing by tho package orttbbt and make their allegations in that behalf, and'to party for tho sake of the country, must now : it may hereafter become necessary for them br it. The phosphate ot lirne was thvn applied ':

'. do and abide ty, reerive, and perform what to bo our watchward. We doubt not that it to unite to arrest the march of despotism. -eight grains three' times a day. Its
Lard, .O toga do 2 bbda IInm.2(10 justice hall pertain : And whatsoever you shall dan will booVe expect to see the Baltimore The Herald states that a special minister is to good effects were soon appnrpnt. It and the- '

%ouldem 2 do Bacon, 25 bbls Pork 3 do | the premises you wiH certify and make return of platform again erected, the North, the South, be sent to this country jointly by England and oil were therefore ailministerted together and '

Mackerel;,3 do Herring, 5 hlf hbls F. M. Beef, the same iereon.together with this Monition,. at the the East-and the West:' rallyingyfraternally France, to. treat on Cuban affairs-and advise the ''patient soon,wos restored to health. '

60 boxes Soap, 50 do Candle*, 25 bgs.Cotlee, time and 'pUfte aforesaid. upon it ;and the flag of our Union floating that negotiations be protracted until after May *The second case is that of 'a young lady ,
40 tierces Rice, 80 bbli Pilot Bread, 5 boxes S'itnesstbe Hon. Ifaac H. Bronsop, Judgeof I triumphantly over it. That is the platform of next, as France will then be, landed firmly aged 24. Her disease was one of "unmixed I

Drances,5do Lemons 5 bbls Lnm Oil, 300 I aid Court af, the! ,Court House in ,the tho National Democracy State sovereign at the side of the United States-anothe Re: phthisis, which might have been expected: to ...II '
Corn ot St. Auguatine. this 20th day of Oc- bands" We I I. terminate in the course' ofa few'5oaths'I
:hll }'lhur,O'bates Hay, 800 bushels r" Its..] city ty-of Republican liberty and the platform public Republican think it
SOO do Oats M bgt Bran 10 casks Porter, I toSer.inthe year of,our Lord 1851. of he Constitution. '! more likely that she will be "fi mlf landed"by I fatally. The upper part: of both her lungs. '

10 hcakeLi Wine 5 hhda Sugar, W kegs Nails, (Signed) G. R. FAIRBANKS IeIk. On the other.hand, bow potent for savingthe tbe side of the despotic "ernQ1ent'o( wad filled with tubercles,>and in some places _".. ,'

100 IICkl6altIO bbl Crackers,50 bags Shot a Union will be tbe Whig party in tbe.a p-I I Europe. We see nojprospectof her obtaining was begining to soften--The case WHS tvidentIT .

XSdozea Broom*, 10 chests Tea, 5hhd To- GEo. 'Y. C. U. S.JOHN Distriet To Attom MYRICK., proaehing Congress Eighty-five in two;|i & a truejvpublican 'system of government, a bad one. .' The trcatmeol ot cod liver oil......

bftcco, & ccroons Tobacco, 10 boxes Cider, U.' S.:Marshal.By .. hundred and thirty-three is the full measure and d ubt' wbelber the Frence people are was at first used, but without marked improve. ,

ind other articles.ialtk9 .quantities whole 1 GEO, J. ZEHNBAUER. of their strength for tho Union I If this be ]I I capable of appreciating- or enjoying. such a ment. Tbe phos-phate oil cf lime was then, ad., .'
t. E. CARtt. I.. DeputyfariML the only Union party -In the country, .system. ministered wlththe and the result as in
ale and retail ,,.. ,_. !Stb._ 1851 : pray
Jow,38th 1851 'U .; what is to become of the .couutrrt What n I I r Let the special minister of England and the case of the negro, was soon apparent/. .
I January HIackfng.'Vrtceivedacw tad number' of diwntonUts fill.the land France comeM'Hiiwila. no doubt be courteously ,The patient was, rapidly getting well. .,'1

ft4kSCOtCtWhtIkCY.C0TCWALEVIaerPtert and.Qnarat., I "I and dozen Readers die arrisce Leather ao Depot im llf the Union and, the "Constitution,? and every received and treated-.nor are we apprehensive The third case was that of a .child,seven .,;. .a

Pots t perviooa to water give Ittaoft inpplesnd elaa- thing good tin I valuable' in oar institutions, tbatenjr difficulty between.this country -! years ')f age, in which phospalo: lum. wa. *. .
Madeira nd Port Wines, Champagne polish without destroying. France 'will used with -- I I r
) berry, rest upon their shoulders how .deplorable,is and .either England or arise complete success. .
iayMofl&nd Gfa Monwgckela Whiake"sale bY ,uaor.r ,tie qUlitieL for II&rneseCanizges, &e. the predicament of all them just now ? What from his arrival.. Nations have become tfto,I We, can only refer briefly to these'cases for '

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tb. .- ., Onion forfgood'ofthe Whig,party bold out to the i neither England nor France,.have= the slightest .-Before the dreadful.diseases which. Apple,
Choice I4.aow Ac. .Cabbage loUrtoctH Gipwy.' ,now land chpice articlea friends of the Union to Join their ranks I caute of oRence against us on the subjectof Be i ntific( men have stood _____ _____ _. .,. ,
(tit *dV. WoUani Gin. Monoarshela'FWbkey.W ICboODer. : :Cuba; inJ we consider it improbable tha That there if some remedy for 'them w. '
safety can
d Scotch do. Ale tnd Pot Per getab l,'a ond Fears Apples. Potatow I What harmony or quiet or ,amoog old
*n AJadeira, do. 8herryAdo., lg and bunch Onions Jlsy,Oats Corn men-of social progress,State bonoft nation I[they will interfere, in the matter un4er present hardly doubt; and this may, if a new thing bo / '
Wine,
term Cbamrftcoe C&bbqel.lU I I cir umstances. Whenever they tbe desideratum which science is
Water Cordi&1 iT liISRB. *,, Rice,fori ole at Whofaale or retail af&igtnty and< American supremacyfajnong 1 l may un- in search
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8. CARL to fraternize with them if" dcruiko to government j in rejaff. of
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THE ANCIENT CITY ; IN TilE ISLANDS. THE FEEUNGIN: SPAIN AGAiNiSff TilE THE ::' -- -- '- -- ...
CANARY HiraeABtAX: EXILES-A Scene 'on board DEFE-ICE OF POET '--- ;:;;-
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'" I L Our Havana under > #f 'UNITED STATES. "- the siena naiary! 1. :.
correspondent, datetff: :,: .Uississippi.Tha on board of the officer with whom we tud been
thef2nd inst. says: ,'.I send 'youiXateIc i :i ,1- : :18 9: fADgw, SeP 18.1851.Believing United Slates 'friftajp, Mississippi when the two incidents connect with intim3te, relates < '

of a terrific epidermic, thq plague in the Canary : Hjaiustliepessarily,be interesting to illustrious Kossuth, with his fellow exiles gallant defence of Pint Stevenson! ; Crog- .a'.

Islands. They ,got tofisbing on"' he qpSsj, i, youjdf knowTsomelhing of the stale of public came on board: is represented to have boen Aslhe British and Indians i ih their
of Atric", where the'fishermen reportrihat tri& feelin&at! Iadrid, in view of the recent occur- impressive in the extreme. The officers of ions 11ad violated the pledge (Jptn.

.. -.. --- dead bodies were as dum tow, as the sand'oT ren teiFin tho .Island of Cuba anti the United the ship, together with' the tender hearted Jack civilived warfare, "ly and U-ilttcC or
wantonly
0.ffAI4T. OF FEDSR4L' RIQHTS: JMpDS7ERIUIEC. thesea." It is feared thatttfie. negro iradeft'Will 1 tates cspari lly: at Mew Orleans! I take ;the tars, immediately fornn-d a circle around the their prisoners, ibe member of murd'rin",
L SESJSTAKCE TO :lUHO-OFTOE, : THEH.S'RAUGPSTINE.N' tring it to I&vana.TLi', following iuu'r, !jbert f to send you enclosed slips from-seve- distijtftyished! Ktran erl, not to gape and sta'rc bund,only one hundred strong, Wl1ft Ct tthtn :

_- translation the statement referred to., jal Spanish newspapers, containing articles, at tttV but.to show by theirlooks and their six poumferaod bcSi.i LI ,by'nbou AOtlo'

; : DEft1z. lS ;. ,;The J'p:1r 1851 opened ,unHeEnho' most fjf.yorable ,, any.portion of which you can republish or ,presence and emotionhow heartfelt( and warm troops. arid th rice ,the number 600)16Jli.lb -,
...-- '! for Islands thcir. not) aar circumstances may indicate' ut the I"was their welcome to, the protection of the ; of IIi.dlo1ns .
". : auspices tli CAnJry \ lime I hndimuiually :iagreed. to' &!.II".."..i ...._,. .
..! ;Gj IiArrhjis; ,inea-abO: in, 'commerce and population being qr.tl1eirreceptiQh. M f America .Republic. Jettcrlfroin Constantinople ground tathe last and- sell- their' unlf
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.> ."'cll' known. 'I I he fine -arts, Ppr 'a right! Understand ing of their import,' says: % "t ly as possible lirW dC:1I1, ,

: \yte ftCChena9t]! ilt.ef( rctiong.i in cur ;But the destiny:A which, for a.moment, seenryl I itspropertosavih; 'KlOrden is the' half **\ tears streaming down his fVith eyes, and When all was ready,the Briish J,(

.columnsJ'" rtfyaffjjot toui, qf tho'l.1 10 rest fro!}) the erscc on'bcfthes islands, .reco iZed organ ot th present Koyerm nlj EllI intonations of voice expressing the deepest sent a messenger, under a.lag oftrucc commn. t '
\ Anillery, Wh'S :i.L-J which had dlltelt fron ;tha.ime when they ratJo is thogan of that portion ,of the feeling he.ultered a tew sentimq announcing to treaUur the surrender of the fort. /!
mandofthWt "'{toCY"l1d. rpsurnedeom. rook the nnml), uf "th Unfbrtunnt."' agnin i rnriderafo party, whoso chief leader is Gen. his joy at finding himself under :he protection han, pointing 10 him 'ns hu Oiu". .
( r1 'I fell upon tlfem with more fuy then ever.* Narvqez,!Duke of Valencia, and perhaps the of the Iorious stripes and star of the claimed : nppr icbeaJ. e- ,

Drev p f f 'e fl Gi, 'nt, is nj.'p Before its terrible anathema, Commerce: was fctrongest political party in pain; La Eipana fre st nation in the world. Captain Long: ,, ,It will not do to tet him en'er here%. '
TO on duii1 : '1t paralysed, tlie.\he't'ea were 'closed cohstcfna.. !tho organ of the-adherents of the Queen-mo who hud already nddreesed pov. K. once on I our weakness Who will ojunte'er aod tee ;

t \ Surge n2B/rf rco1llr't i';_ lion seized every mlnd. he inhabitants: hid ther, (Christiana,) ,who has talent* enough board the Turkish: frigate, began train to I 'llinlV' to mett 'to
yre >
W f
o was formally themselves, or retired to the country,and noon' always exercise more or less influence: upon I speak in answer, but his bosom swelled too I As It was -tf
..stationediVlhU, place, .ls'wkh us on.. a 'vis ft. ,- stupor sadness. anJialmoit' despair replacedthe atrat frs, and who i is in'fact the only persbna much with'emotion. Tears stood in'the eyes leave the pretty certain; that whocversbej .
I tort
nnd out fellow-townsman Brevet Col.1.! ({. hours oMilicily of those once happy pto- 'of the royal family resident at 'Vadrid, whoenjoys I oRill the officers and men, and his: speech murdered by on the su-b:dastard L c Vn fc,sion, wlJulJ bo -

:Lorinu, (if U. 8. Rifle /ferment, who it will bo ph! ,- 4 any political power or consideration was limited to saying ,Sir, yoju are welcomej! brief pauso, when Ensigt: there w1 t
$ ),recollected J most jsuccesfallr On the 6th of June, 1851, the official; jour aside from' that which mere official position I Sir, you are-there cheers for Gov. Ko!suth''* -I will, on ono condition.Siiipp' replivd! :*
conducted; Ms nal of the province contained the following: may confer But in fact tlw press of'all par. When this order had' eo' heartily respondedto .' \V hat is it 7'G )
; important command: on, a difficult wilderness The' Board of Health of the District-of' La : (lies, and (actions! parties, of the capital ,as still CaptairvLong, in'hi joy and sympathy !

,march of over 12000 miles,from Independence PalmpK, in the 'anaries, has (informed'.thu'Superior wejl) of of the provinces, has becnjoud and could odd nothing better than 'Three Pledge mo your 'word aa an ioffil.ocr anJ.i

.\1fi\futi J.p,eDtegbu 1 ; bat'recently of the Province,jroder! aate.of. tho 5mtn unanfous in calling u'poii jhe gov r4muntIosijs1nbr cheers more for Gov. Kossuth "' bcl1rin man of ODor, tll4t .you wiftiip Ibl\t"Rua.$. '

:( 'a riJ9.t Yb.f. ( :d", 1i come t't a |nl""'wr1o, A\d; kiA... ,.a.. ,' -' avenge thoIigh.edJionor 9tIbo'flatlaLeft We arc glad to Ic.frp.lh.atnot onh- ,Kossdih lire it oil. ;drettlY the, on 'me.. aud lhHt, uVi '
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3l -. '" ,t1J tl..Ja fA ,hLisek; b iJf, ,.bC! ho e, 'b Jte.unit. .
,, :1, 1i6t'afr o( Qit( .,RWl pfrPln: q ,i! Bniaffft1mt16change party, were in excellent health when lost ( WDS Ycd".. n bi p wen: .
1. n t n. t 'ofthis.'iirecautionary; meaiuftiS were ordered her allegiance,no matter frwn whence netrd from. Only'ono adolt penron hud de- "
to be taken theyme. Some &UI foe!: tho"ms' (tdismis- I ceased during their residence at .Kutabin. To all the arguments' and persuasions: of ',\

r "JftWor:& : .correIgndoncaJi For ,some months this infirmity bad been sal oilbe American Minister at this court Madame Wugner, exhausted by her fatigues the enemy: his unwavering reply wan : '
, ? NEW others demand an immediate dfclnration ot and alarms, during her two 'I am instructed to ray that we defend '-.*;
YOSK; Oct.:20,1851. prevailing in itie city ot Las Palmas, display ; exposures successive fort.' the.
L Oo Saturday night had 'ing itself in isolated cases. The faculty, war. And, jUlie governments Were to yield attempts to rescue Madame Kossuth from-, M -_
wo
' "'. like 'f' a' rain that fell through ignorance or rn.ilice; class it as malignant to the impulse of the people, and declare war the power (>f Austria. There is uo certainty; Soon the Indians begin to surround him.'
. < one, ,dense sheet of ,wnter., To U morning quincy.*: But, the autborites, ascertaining against the United States to-morrow, it would as to the time Kossuth may be looked for in Qne,clutched lu* epaulette.'UllJtJl r hi* swojj ;;

.: ,the sky is as clearj as a bell. ; i that many persons were dying tbat.the undoubtedly be sustained by the whole, nation this country. The Mississippi takes him to Shipp, who was a man of Hercu'c frame.

Numerous Californlnns may be sr'entntho, si,'k survived but a short time,and the the corpses with regard to party distinction or dif- Southampton: first, but ,his stay in Englandis released, himself! by a, powerfu effort, and :
streets:Mhi i* morning; and quite 'showed black eposia.and were ,horribly ferences. Still, that which has most ,.excited V.ot likely to be very piolonired. lie may turn in* to the convoy, jcoolly uH : '
.i f n crowd in. the Spanish people i is the insult to their national -' be rSir'1 have
Adam* &tCo's dfsflgured,'and ordered the Board! of//culih of lookeJ for about the middle of Novenaher. put myself under your truce I
t .Express office. This Express the Island' tinder the strictest responsibility, honor in the treatment of their, Consul without knowing your mode of warfare, :
.
,transporteJ a, million dollars :X>n Saturday to declare the nature of the epidemic. Then and f/llow countr'man'at New Orleans, and,' .. Yyu see that s'msnid hd pointing loathe-" ,'

: jtrom this city to Philadelphia to be coined. with general terror, the announcement we if that'should be satisfactorily explained or F&'uCE.-11r, Walsh, long n resident: of Paris itary six poundct, 'It jl i 'charged witb. "

Theso are the results of he hure alluded to was received. repair d..all. unhappy results may yet bu in letter, to the ,Journal of Commerce, and I !have the solemn pledge of my comman grape
| arrival of the avoided so far as be written the'/ 16th der that it will be
iney on
Illinois whose History does hot record any thing so sad aaIhe may consequences September says: tired at' me Ihe' rrioment I y
news you have already re. of.what is known thus far'atMadrid. Thai events before i give him the '
spectacle 'which the ill nnd of Grand Ca. great are just us ccrInin. signal. Therefore rest ruin,theso .. >
This new The"evening of the of the telc.graphic That ef which I have men und '
'steamship', you will no- nary lidS pr'senleJond still presents. The reception crisis often spoken respect thu laws of war or
\t tjce, has made ,this,time.the. quickest trip be. best: 'directed pen lit tempts in vain to relate news of those even js at 'New Orleans!< to vpu is drawing very near. Betweenthe instantly accompany me to the v.ouli1ll.'I-other\ '
twecn brc, nnd Chngres such misfortunes and horrots and words a proposition was made in the crowded CefeSuiza 16th day ot September and the middle or world.' i I
on re ord., The would not be sufficient to depict their, in (Swiss Coffee House,). to go and insult end of next May the destinies of Europe for This was enough. Shipp i.
j :steama ,ip Daniel, Webster. zwo'hernew one, tenslI)'. the American .min wr. at this court in like probably half centarr which in these days jested but returned to his comrades was no more mo-;

,is adverllsod) to sail Wednesday for San The epidemic! nov raged with such fury manner ; and by the efforts of some more sensible is a very long time-will I be decided. A fierce fought' out the desperate action that in sneiv .
ensued
Jusn. The way they-cram: tho' steamers! on I that the inhabitants in consternation abonJonfdthe peoplo'lho demonstration was prevented sruggle.-it may be a most dreadful nnd bluojy and obtained a promotion his : ,
:.: ',that lino is really wicked.( True It is raid town without caring for any thing but It is tru", also, that the excittmcnt is less these atruggle-betwecn ,liberty, civil nnd. rdiglous The counter instance referred bravery. /'
to tho ,
nt
two or three days since it is said that L.. the hand and in t.
-. their fhat'they past. on one hoary.despousm head ot
such
even our
.that the te an extent paragraph .
told
,, English, steamship Great Britain to persons his band has been and and the other. What was as .fol '
forgot the ties of bloodTDeath' :) surprised them pez and destroyed, especially politics religion on lows : ,
: run between this and iLiverpool. with omi.grnnts iti rniJs of their, flight so that the roads: wcie sin e.the semiofficial, i announcement will both c issue, God alone knows.I After the Butish nnd
: : Is in the that England .and find that Ibefa'is. a wonderful !Indian had withdrawn j
to carry: tho enormous'1 number of covered with over which nut a tear of I government papers activity Croghan had. missed .
-: corpses France hivu openly accorded to Spain the here in the political woi Id. The foreign am. one rnan-.otriy ono who _
jlfiOo '
shed.becawse
t"v.ertt atnbout 'filial'or love ,
trip $3 2 friendship, fraternal .was bad belonged1 his
but
;; pcr"hend to litlo
: band and
of naval nU'tho
assistance) their forces against all in bassadors,especially! those of Austria, Prussia -
.she'is better able terror had smothered sentiment>> efforts to find him
I 1 to doilhis. ,than tho brother every be .vasions. of her precious i island. The public and Russia, have frequent conferences, were for some linn un-
that of self to
As
: except preservation.. was succcs.ful.-At
'Jonathan, and Prometheus are to take 300 with ht' the fatal funds, ,which had fallen considerably have and are conStantly sending and receiving: dis. length his remains wendi..-
expected fugitives, carrying m covered iu the
. ; ,each infected the whica became nearly regained their former place, and the paches. Nor are the ministers resident of houses where he garret of one of the liluult
germ country
Adams' CO'1i impression i is guinin ground thai the' whole the smaller powers, such as Sardinia Naples had crept f)r safety, and -
steamer Express for New the meat re ot the most horible scenes. was cut in two ft
... ; .- i affair can be arranged wihout: rupture with Spain, the States of the Church Belgium and by cannon ball.
r.' ,uneans,; with, freight,,. Jevelrv'nnd trnv-llers' for The beasts of,food abandoned and in thecity, perished. the United States; but the tone of a large portion I Holland, idle. Those of England and the A I the rc'st cnnsiieringttheir chance of lif
want the 01
:; ',- .baggage., will leave hereon, Wednesday. their doilies together, with that decomposition 01 tbe humancorpses of the press iV still very bitter against United States are wide awake,and the former not \iortn: n.thought had oily sough lu do

l'7 t1WObite has urgent business awaiting which remained an buried in the stteels the American government and! peop'e. has not df little to do to look after these Continental their duty, cS"UI'.t.tJ| ulivc (ruin peritips thu
hif Boston AN AUERCAN.: States, and the movements of their rulers. most desperate fi;:ht on rcc 'id. Tin; olily
.return'from
nrji hence. ,though vitiated the utnutt, hers Lo.tiuch. nn extent I man who was killed hupooncd 'i be
> the
he will, be hero. to-morrow he will, ; make ,.nojnrry.j that any' unfortunate person who might return From the'N. 0., ';, HISTORY or AICOHOL.Alcohol was invented man who. proved himself [ DeUz1 \
;,butflc eed directly to \VaMhJflton.We ] io, the city. fell ,dead almost as soon aa be, en-J 950; years ago, by the son of a, strung I, _._"' ..-.-- ---
p tered house. this TilE CUBAN LADlE-i. Haer.in Arabia '-Ladies "
a However '
new contrelnnp'WAstopped woman, .: use.! it I. : '
\ tr.U4t. lie willinduce! the 'Cabinet ,to'pre- : ; as soon'as possible.by Iho.eder- : ins .week,,J IUCor11tI'; auctionecr; thtrcity with a powder tapaint themselves, ttfat
pare t'o ceLvoIosuUwth all the-honors getic measures'taken- by the worthy ililhary ,sold! ut Bonks Arcade some three hundred, might appear more beautiful l, nnd, this. powder i piii utetl lu-trt' (;eorBtrfCHuntrqy to tlirf

r' and'hospitality,due from the chief) i of pne nation Governor,and ,by,ite humanity erf itie.'becund.Alcalde ; pices otjewelry of every variety and kind.- was called: ajcohol. During the reign! M.iyor, ''wnh4lay, itifpripoliAthat i: hhad

h ; to tbe, !, chief'pfanother.j Upon teceiving of the Corrcgnlor. and 'various young J\lnn1Jfthem. were, intrinsically} very valuable William ind 1ar1.'-neact' was passed 1 encouraging tunncd'the a-quaritzin7e olVaster (
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I the eloquent elevated" sublime men, many of whom 'feli:victims to their hero I ,' being rare stones, elegantly) set,-oi-.nyxveru tho manufuctu'c of spirits. Soon' last night..w! ilu the vouo'sf gentleman was:
aqd -Addresstof ism. valuable from their antique and quaint after, intemperance and profligacy prevailed endeavoring :u Introduce huiraff inform-
Kossutti i to' the American ,Pp1e,- pu ,will Al last the supposition was confirmed that form and! cliafacier-nnd all pussessedmn additional to such an extent that the retailers in intoxi- I1l1r,10' som 4lv'lun Indies on Walnut "t.xetwho

I. .bserve: that he still regard ,himself: and : tho epidemic was not the cholera; bull'\ the value to which we deeply regret that l. eating drinks put up singns in public places nppearedobo very nacn alarmed at-

,vera properly, too, as the .rightful ,Governor terrible plague of the Hodrs ''it having been sufficient publicity was not given, so that'all informing the pottle that they might get his advances. Master! U. is probably about .1 I
r of Hungnry .His commends itself ascertained that il was introJuced into the our citizens might- have had an opportunity ,trunk for a penny, and have some straw to I fourteen years'of age, but his.d est?manors if"!
spirit to ,Island of Grand Canary by the fishing vessel of procuring some memento thereof; These get sober on. and especially a certain
r .every generous und' noble! heart, :and not., )which frequent the western coasts of Africa. were the contributions of the ladies of Cuba I In this' 16th century, distilled spirits spread II I seeras To affect, would be'more!beComing "
.treat him 'nv the President, i>(a people ought The persons in the Island devotediJl0'the traffic to the effort, ,which waft made to redeem their over the continent of Europe. About this I tor :a. persOtf jtu 'or LU"tteo

I' .to be treated; would be to disgrace ourselves numbering about 1,800 haveTafmosi all! lovely! isle from the .bondage of the Spaniard. time it was introduced into the colonies, as ,older. .4 yenta 'i. ,_

i ,+ and, UPPfo\'e the Austrian perUhed us there remain only enough man i AA they were all separate pieces, and embraced tho United States were then called. The Mayor. Doyou live with Your parents,. ."
usurpation. It a staple vessel. According to the declarations every character of jewelry, from the coral I first notice WP. have t it.* use in public lifn, George ? / ;
.. ,cannot bo expected that the Hungarian Pros- of the masters, of the said vessels, on all the necklace of an infant-the tiny emerald of a .was among the laborers in the Hungarian I George. No sir-(with emohasis) I board "
. dent will visit even,nil of the principal western ,shores ,Africa there reigns a death little miss,-to' the brilliant diamond and lustrous mines, (in the 15th century. In 1751, it was in Green .street. Northern liberties '

,calities"tbroughout our wide spread republic ly pe st which carries off the inhabitants, the pearl of$je full-grown Dona,-aoJ' the! .used' by the English soldiers as a curdia Mayor. Ar;you learning ,Ittrnae', _

:r lic, but every city tqwn and ban it mortality being 10,greut ,that ,the corpses aie old fashioned breast-pin locket,--and,oven the The alcohol in Europe was made of gropes, George No, sir, I have learned my trade
1 village: i strewn upon the earth in incredible numbers, spectacles of the matron;--we presume that and sold in, Italy and ain us a medicine long ago. x 4'
( in its power' to contribute something to shake I. and their ,decomposition augments the influ they were tributes from diffcr n'done Many The Genoese afterwards rnadeit, from grain Mayor. Lon aoe' i fti11.. what trade is ,

;the dry bones' despotism! in Europe:;; ence of the'corrupted atmosphere. ot the pieces were marked jivith the names and bold it. &s a medicine in bottl-s, under i iL i f|
sending ( to the c'ire ot the, secretary of As soon as Commandant General of the ot the fair givers. There was a beautiful dia. the name of the water of lite. ,Until the lCd ,I George. Sir,* I a.-na' 'yocalfst., M '-

'State 'Washington': ) a testimonial ,to os.luth .: Province.learned the abandonment of the city mond pin which brought sixjy odd dqllars-, century! it had only been kept by apothecaries Blayor., Have you 'no father or mot er
: of Las Palmas he seaiu portion of the' Garrison it was marked with the beautiful name' Fidelia, ns medicine., During tho reijn of living? ('| I t

t of(hit: sympathy of its citizens with the of the capitol to,bury the dead but the .-there were magnificent earrings',, which the Henry VII, brandy was unknoWlI1Il Ireland, Geor"e., I believe I. .haVo a moth&,- sir, '
'causo of Hungary: and, European liberty. greater portion of the soldiery were attacked i fair Veturia gave to the causji Cuban independence and soon alarming effect in uced the government somewhere over in'South.\Y:1rk. bar my t ,

Let every one, fathers, mother, ..sons and by the epidemic and died., lu short, in order 1 ,whilst innumerable Maria's Isabella's to pass: 'a law prohibiting its man fessional engagements are so numerous$ that pro L .

1 daughtersead the Address directed to them I to give an idea, oif the.ravaco: of the pest, ,iris Inez's, &c., robbed their caskets of their richest! ufacture. I never have time to inqytrefaftcr her ."* k.:, t
: that rind offered them the alter b f Abdut 120 it was used beverage Mao-. 'Of
4 onl v necessary to slate in iwo>rnonths, jewels upon years ago as a what nature arelhose professional
by this great man, from his place of banish 6,000, persons died in the city of Las 1)almls: "Querida Cuba." especially, amona: the soldiers in the engagement ?*, ', '

ment in ,Turkey in February last, but published and 16000 ;lathe whole' isl&nd. Up to the last There was a mournful interest attached to English colonies in North America, under Geor/e. sing conru'aand sentiments ,

; tor.thCWi ret time in the, Eve Pott of,the dates, thei.plague has"spared the towns of A- this sale. Il was Q sorrowful and heart-sink:- the preposterous notion that j it prevented for the entertainment ofUe'coinp&by at different.hotels songs. .

18th 1nt. .Jlisa ,Gout-siirrin document' and i gaete and PcjcJa. jog reflection( to think how vai. and,profitless sickness and made men fearless ia the field ,,and occasioually, when suitabltftoducements '- ;:
U The bishop is one of the pcrson in Grand were these II ble. tokens of patriotism and of battle. It was looked upon us a sovereign ':are oflereJf assist1 at' minor ,
* .ought to elicit a publjc' demonstration c/f approval ; too increased specific. Such is, u brief sketcu of the' con .:,
it Canary who'have contributed most to the alleviation generosity. feeling, was m curu. jk f I
;t- in every American community. ,At l of suffering humanity., This .holy by thu stealthy manner in which) the sale had introduction of alcohol into society a beverage jl/ayor. Do you manage: your own business
il last this U the view from the New York" standpoint prelate and worthy pastcr with resignation' to be Effected. Tho' parties to whom the The history of it is written in the and money affair 1 -

I ." -. kru-ly eangelicadisplayedthe) charily jewels were pledged did nol deem it expedient I. wretchedness, the tears, the groans; poverty Goorg".-Certainly!" sin" A man in my ,circumstance ; <.
i } : zeal. and ,interest the utmost] unhappy to publish .the fact before they ,were aol d: and murder oC thousands U has marched cannot! lftjrd to keep* ire' urer
1' Yesterday ( Sabbaffi ) I heard a very gratifying people,. He was, and still, is untiring that tbc'wcre., 'contributed bald tho Cuban the land with the tread of a giant, leaving or a buiine$ agcut./" ,'%:t- i .

'I ( account, ;; of the 1 labors of the ;.A'tncriv in traversing the street, opering: his purse, struggle from;a tear that they might be liable] the impress of his.. footstep in the bones, Mayor. Aq \'il Dp1H ne.your1agftlrf''

.can Sunday School U\r!' Ir heui' s hoot giving spirtuul consolation! establishing a hospital io seuzurc-by" the government, as "means" for sinews, and life's blood ot the people. ,>-. : ', ,Gierge.- 'fWD' f rtee"f r.rsC 1ii. *, 1 '
: !. : irf his own palace*!Hdin. hkjnjfljatf.rJngro *haL411iPp nt, otanat' rjw'is 'mad trolawfu A*' AIZCD0TZ.-A: correspondent of the.NC\v Slayor. Have $nu, nevcriwdersfooJ: lifat it
from tlwirJjurnbJe<< pretensionsor! :! okiFo"ttl."j : tnrahappYvlctlms.'WnShfaJowDf'bands.. bpouriifujte s but consecrated,by every noble York Spirit of the Times relates 'the follow: requires urowth..of iweofy-pifeyears tomakd-
''ooked|by .nevq'ent."bunbey bearihefcorne Trie Hrothe/s Charity' and the Youth oftha t priocipltrond feelipgofunAmerican. and Re' ing :,., a 'man in tbi country. t

relation to the great cause'gfhtiitiani& haspUio. imitating tDe .tiero,who has acquired publican. They were therefore sold without i A distinguished member of the Legislature G !6r-e. Ob, that is an old system sjr. All

that tWliUle streams.'which steal r.o sfessJy eturnul.alor\.one who ,apprarsn Messenger much- previous notice.!.! ., and' consequently. produce --- was addrcssmg.a temperance society and begot I that sort of prejudice has expluJd: long
of the:Most High, lent all their effortstto as- u,much'smaller amount than tney would rather prosy, but showed no dispositionon -'m" ,rising generation ,have introduced ago.
ti. ) .through. ,the grass of the valleys, or -.dowh have had notice been given of their ----- n-
sist the 86U,t;d. brought "let up, though the audiance. waxed thin. new rule. Manhood depends
the boskey sMes ofihe-vwjdc<< mountain, do .At the lust dates, August 12th, the opidem- .intervstinjt character and associations.The nero Finally the presiding officer got excited, i men?. Some are more now of the man at develop. -1
river to.'which are tribu in the it orginal cost of 'this collection must and to friend of the twelve t,
: to the broad they ic abated Considerably citythough repairing a speaker's ..than others are at fiv -anrl.tliirty. Tfaerrs ,
tary. t' W' still raged in the country.-:.Aho Orleans RiclllF. have greatly exceeded, fiveHhousand dollars. inquired how much longer he might reasonably my friend, John Peters, hes .about .
: Sold at auction, {he amount realized was ofcourse be expected to speak ? Whereupoiy the und he was my age
Mike who.'shpta! bar-lfeeperand i engaged to be married three
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I : > .r- much.led.j. Many persons, however, friend answered, "he did'nt ex&tly kn w- .. yean'ago
was, sentenced to be hung tor it, .has been let: ,Aft ERORHOUS C.uBJ.GA tailor, living at knowing tbe' history of ,the collection, were when he got on that branch of the subject he Mayor. Take the boy down and endeavor, .
off "with im pjjson men* torlife. '4Wardinwtinpsnre'advertised Middlfion, near Manchester, cut out of a Span. eager to procurc some token and memento of generally spoke a couple of hours.'* to nnd his mother.-.Pennsyhonian. .
I for th .nom. ish) cloak sufficient to make complete suit for so noble a contribution. They will be valu'atle "That'll never do; 1 ve got to make a few remarks -
4, his waistcoat'for fourth curiosities, and ifeir-looms, which jn future said the President "how .
of officers.. The Presidential election three of boys, a u a myself shall I -
r; iaalion city ', cap fur a filth, a polkajilcke fgr.hi. wife,and a, years when Cubahu.Irie one of thisplonous stave him oft ?" GOOD FoRxuaE TO lax LAFAYE rx. Aarar_ "
(i :has pot yet become the prominent top- pair of gutters for himself. This U the largest confederacy will* be. regarded with i: "Well 1 don't know-in the first place I The Paris respondent of the Boston, Atlas ''L

r.; jc. The Comer and Enquirer advocates, the cabbage on recordJ!..fuTM*.' deep interest-! t. should: pinch his left leg and then if he says that Madame du Cayla. whose name is .I. .

claims Webster. The demand'for'money: ..There is ODe.fllct, however of which these sho Id'nt stop I'd stick a pin in it. associated with the court of Louis XVIII, a. .mong

nith which to bur LoldL dim,ofCaJifonia ICTKossuth is the ton fa lawyer,.ant small jewels,afford ,confirmation that Cl ats'a shade .' The Pro den returned to bis seat and his some papers that recently came into her rti
'S. passengers land owner in Zemplin, and was born nl806.. over our hopes for redemption ofCuba, by bead was Invisible for moment. Soon after possession;'found materials for, a great suit jn .
has caused a little stringency The, lie is, therefore now in hit 4 lb 'eor. .He the hands 'other sons. It Js the, additional wards be returned 'to the 'brother' who.had lavor orthe Lafayetles. 12e1e: she uftered to :
? issue of mint ,:prtifaca'"tes in 'anticipation of was married in 1831. Prewotw to the Hungarian proof afforded b.Y,"the e facts of the superiorityof prescribed the pin style of treatment and the Marquis George JVashingtoir Lafayette ]

the actual coinage helps matters,some what' revolt ho was distinguished for his eloquent the women over the men inthis, as in saidI \> who however declined embarking in the suit. 1
Within 3 weeks ,the tal receipts of I advoca Jot liberal' principles in the 1 all other Spanish: colonies. Had the sons of pinched him, and he did'nt take the Madama du, Cayla engaged to prosecute it !
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Hungarian dieff but it was'in t21c! 'character r Cuba a tithe of the ,spirit, patriotism, and least notice. at all-I stuck a pin into his nerselt on his behalf she to have balf the proceeds -
i dust .ft tthIi port Iave exceeded 41-4 mil- Mt edit ?'that his !influence'.was-most exerted gallantry of the daughters- case oilier independence leg, and he, did'nt seem to care; 1 crooked it in if the suit wa-j-successful. The court i.....

I lions. :Buring the last't.O, years, they.have and deeply! felt., Kossuih, is said to have commenctd would not have received the inglorious and he kept on.spouting as hardens. ever!'' at Bordeaux has decided. in her favor. The .

t amounted | lei, 9 367,12000. Liverpool I hi,* career as arenorter for the Hungarian check which has enveloped destiny "Very likely,*, said the wag,,"ihat leg is whole amount recovered eakl to bo a&OftOO.: '\ \

feeieht \.,aroScper btinpr Flour: and 1.&I Diet and afterwards became aa editor. o( that l beautiful. .island in a temporary cork! Nothing has been seen of that president francs, of which the Lafayette familyt-rcceivu : ,11
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'r. .ODE-- --O.-BIJ..n a t* ::* I NOTICE- IS DSBEBY'-: --IYEfr- all' I 41" TMC Collector'* 'Sale/) .1'.1"; -. : .tt r L ;.. ..';' .1.,TO'Z1E claims ia I ereby given, to*:'all!pi r' )*', S S 5
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:A I of Monition issued out t agalast ofStejunArnaa
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tr. .y virtue of thipo r rested In me by Law -Mrs.
RO'Je | vacated by
J wniuK 'c. 1 "THE HOUSE recem'lr deceased
.: U I of the District Coun of the United' States for' the |I j'U shall for before the Cbnrt House ; either aa creditors legatees; t r .' S
expose saY f. to a good '
W'lfyou fcdst no 'Reid Arracks distributee of
oppositehi said
lrftof Estate that 'the muit'bcpresented .
: invisible n District of Florida and delivered me,.ef door Monday ; same
' 0 t'tGU! Northern .: a the city of S. Augustine on the first Tenant.' immwliately at low within
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. AD thee sessio4 two from this 'dae.ot't! 1t
would years !
thee, we which the following ft a copy: of February' ne'xtihe. following. deseribdprop- I
asmebywbicbiokaow
not. will be by law forever afterwards barred. :
, -d%U." 1 )iak.episre. J' TUB PHE3IDENT' OF TilE UNITED ; erty )r M nuch thereof will pajt' *be Statevt and .'Oc 18 B. E. CARR.UNioN PAUL ARNAU, Administrator.S '":: ,
thereon t'
I' STATES OF AMERICA : County taxes ant the necessary expensel due Auznstlne,3lstMayI8SI t
UTlhydevoteitxtuHhec' To the Manhalofthe Northern DIth1.qtS f-ir die year 1851 to wi|:* DIVISION- No. 25. SONS OF TJSMPERANCE. -. St. ._ I

Andby wondrous :;ylrjucs .um-... I .. Florida,greeting: One lot of Land out side the City'Uate, formerly f. EASTRN EJUD1CIAL UlKCUirflTEATE .idtl/\.;' 1. '.H

wundmi$ call th But ihe wprst of Whereas, a libel bat!, this day been filed in3 the "At-; a regular meeting of pz'. ..,
.I, Rum.1v: '. now supposed to belong ta. the Heirs of th$said nelson 29th --ate following 5 5 OP T. JOHNS COUNTY.L '' 1 :
. bydro-mflnstcr, District Court of tbe United States for the Northern the September, ,. 5 '
Otbou 't Francis Gefovasc. 3 It2 S .
. District of Florida y' PhSp Frazer, E q. Attorney deceased" containing : Brothers' were duly elected officers for tbe en- \ CHANCERY.David '.
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Visage iloater: and Proctor tto twune and oa'behalf ol William acres more or Itss, %nd; bounded on theNorib by sueiuglcrm: '' .4* L. Palmer. survivia4panner1( \ : S
Pimple-maker c
; j.r and'otli Lot of John Pomar, 4eceued, oo &he.So\J by.Lot of the firm of Palmer & }\'fTis.YI .
Idler't mate Pent and Philip J. Fontane for themselves .
nealtb-corruper, ; of the late Joseph lIe,ladezf.deceased on :the J.UiRztW.P. S jt 5" 5S 5 .S: ,
f .1': ra concernel jigaint the steam ship Pampero 4A.. F. Gould, W.'A. S 5 i_.
vice-promoter East and
; by the road Jacksonville
\ UUhicf-brccder public leading Hannah Admrs. Reuben .
now lying the Jacksonville fn this District, Loring ,. S ..
at port on the West the marsfi of the St. SehastiaiJ P.C..Zylstra, RiS.\: / S :
: by t ., zt1Cu0ZL71.
S ; deceased
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Loring ChnrIeLoring
CicdU-spciler.devil'e-bftit. together with her tackle apparel and furniture, in a ,
M.R: Andreu. Al R. S. '
Rivtr,said lot is assessed to Antenia Geneva.r' S i S
William W! Frederick
I cause chfl and maratlne in said Court for salvage ,' Loring. 1.0)0 f
. pauper-maker, *. '* and which said Libel propounds and ,charges substance I Unless taxes and expenses.are paid'before the day t.' :Paul Arnau, -T..1? 4.-f /:''.' ring.Elizabeth Nunea and'Albert Nu- _
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Ajmsuouse-bvitider (
I ofaaft. A. A. Dravo.o.F. S. ( nes,her husband.

Trust-betrayer, sorrow's-source; :. First as, That follows the: sloop Dolphin' is cwned by the R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-ofT. J. Mnnucy C.. ., APPEARING to t the Satisfaction of i'

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Con sciencc-6t dler, guill1 resource. William Pent, and is licenced by the Jude of the \i I'Nov 1 1851; *' 5 .S A.LopczJ.S. Defendants Charles Loring. Wilbani W. I.ormg.t.rederick ,
United States District Court for the Southern District Joseptii4opczO. s. Loring,Elizabeth Nunes and Albert A. .

Kcrvo enfeebler fystem-shatterer. of Florida as a.wrecker an! is manned pfavi- Tax Collector's fifalc.. R. D. Canova, P. W..P.Usios Nunea,her husbaii reside beyond the Jurisdictionof

Tblrsl-increaser, vagrant thief; .ded and furnished aod is1 express y employed in, the By virtue of the power vested in me by law I 5 DIVISION meets regularly evey Monday this Court,out of the State ,of Horiua. ,but in t!..

treacherous flatterer, business of saving life and property about the Florida shall expose for sale before the Court House night at tbe Hall ot the Sons ot Tcp rance', in -
Cough-producer, door in the city of tit. Augustine the first Monday .
on
Reels and Keys. The said vessel I.is of the burthen Charlotte street. tt
Mud-bedaubcr, mock relief. / of- ti as and navigated by a crew of nine 'ofJMa, next, the following described, property '. ,
;., or so much thereof as will ''tbe State! and "
men; but nineteen men 111 of whom are represented pay nIAJIoUF IS :
Jutine .bindcrtr., uplecn-Instiller.' : by libellant Pent, were employed in rendering the county taxes and the necessary expenses duee, 'i i p
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et lr'cnd.h'p' ane "Y. tervite r ii.1t'- '4tJ. 'i 'r' 1
.' '"' .. itlilne \,;', heITiDaftUaet'fona. : 3J.. .? e.at n: : POV& I :k 9"'' 'c. ole inii.i : i

tA i'l\ llY "'eat ia eomjund of the said sloop wit St. Aug'natine. bounded on .the North by Jx>t' ef ; ,the City of St, Aujjustine, Leinginpcr: n .jC i* ordered that pubiiiht-! t( > ; ,

_. cruizing to save stranded person* and property abottt Marquis Fatgenr on the South by lot of RCT..II feet order, is for relit for ono or-c .re cIder b&nudc m ewmc Ixi, ):-; b! :5'< .f J ,, '.

ondr-wrecker.j he Florida Reefs, when .'he discovered the'' Axtell and M 8 Fojand.'East by Maria Kanchea years, with or without the furniture. the hasten* Ciuiloncl''uk. LII tt".ll ,' y tt t '

' ., Memory-drowner. steamer Pampero ashore' on a place near Cape creek, and west by Rev. Ht54xttlTs LotandT&&h A. 11. COLE. FourMonts TU03, UOrGL.JS, Judge. I.". ,
Judgment-wrapcr *faced quack; Florida, known a, Soldier, Key Bank. lIe went to or:the St.'Sebastian creek, said lot was returnecPln ..' no 14th, 1851.MGItOES. .1 uc copy ''o-n V-iut: "s of Court S

Feud-beginner, rng4.bedkerstrife.cukIndIct the assistance of the .steamer, and was informed by 1851 ty Michael Ueina,and assessed to William H. 5 1'. B. PUM.l '..

'I fortunes wreck.Bummer's Her commander that he ,had no fuel and was in Shadgett. C'vkC.C. S.:. J.h jCJ.j'. :. t
,, need of aid to get the vessel afloat and to obtain Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before the July 5, 1?51. "ruLi.2? : ,", ,5 5 5S

cooler winter's warmer, : f wood as speedily as po.sible.Third. day of sale.K.. I hare for sale two Families of first rate House .. S 5 ". -
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,4 I'' Upon the masters earnest request '..ibellapt B. CANOVA, Sheriff und ex-off. Servants. S A. H. COLE. E.V3TEaNJUmCIM. CIRCUIT! ;-' TIl'.i.' ; { ,

t Blood polluier specious snare Pent anchored' the Dolphin near the steamer 'Tax Assesror and Col lector,8.:.C. June 7th, 1851.. S STATE OF -'LOlUI).\ CIRCUIT COUP.T f'i j .

Mob-collector, nuin-trnnsformerf within a cables length, and duriug and throughout :Nov. 1, 1831_\ OF ST. JOHNS, COUNTY., S- \ .", .tJ

Botid-undoerjgambler' fare. said i day your libellant with his own crew and\laid- I ;- Tax Collectors; Sale. ADAMS & CO'S' S I INCHAXCERY. S .{c/: "
i ed by ten men the crew of the schooner Relampago. \ ; .
Tested law I .
j virtue of the iff me by :
, Spcech-bewrangler, hendlon .bringcr. ; hu consort in the "business of wrecking, labored to B power ,David L. Sayie, : ": 5
t tl. hal expose for sale before the Court. House 1 ., .
extricate the steamer from (the bank and by great vs. I '
Vitals.bwner'deadtyflrr; door in the eity of St. Augustine on the first .
exertion they it afloat and safely anchored at Joseph M. Hernandez, :
got }
Monday of February'next,the following described ...
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firebrand Hinder
j Riot-mover, high water during the succeeding night: or BO much thereof 'as Will the State Benjamin A. Putnam, I I ". p .

b Discordiklndler, misery's sire.* \. '. Fourth. Your l libellant Pent with hi* own crew and property County taxes and the necessary pay expenses due AuguJtusv.. Walker. J : .5.i

, *: 04 and the feid ten seamen of the schooner Relampago thereon for the *1651, to'wf: to the satisfaction of'br

.sincws.ro bet, worth-depriver, .. ': then sailed in the sloop Do'phin' for.the main landon Mu acres of 3d year rate land being part of a don S : NEW WORK 5 5S It appearing mdavU made in this Cause, that the., 1t i '
Strcntth-subduer, hideous foe; ( Key Biscayne Bay at the earneafteqnest of the 5 AJID 5 resides he ';:"
tioh orriginally to Jose Papy, being section 33 of Defendant Augustus W.Walker, OUr ot: ,

lleason-ihwarlef, fraud-contriver '.. said toaster, and throughout wood two days and a half private survey s,township 7,'south,range 28 east, a* NEW, DRLEA.S'. State of Florida, beyond the Jursisr.ct.crt! of tha' ,

nation woe.' : theycut trees and obtained carrying it upon s jed to Cole Earight & Co. said land is lying on EXPRESS.crncEs Court, but in the United States: ''Y'. .
- \ Money waiter, I I I thf ir backs to their boats and transporting it thence picolata Road about fourteen miles from St.Augus. -; It is therefore Ordered that the a'uivl IXfcadtst: ." S
: I to the steamer (about thirty cords of wood a sufficient '. 5 \V. Walker and the II : ;
,
Vile seducer joy-di!pcllcr., i tine. !.1.r. : Augustus appear an w r JSfj
quantity to enable this vessel to proceed to sea Unless Taxes and are paid 'before the Complaint tiled in this Cause within FouU.ctaa :
expenses
blackguard gttest;> : : 16 IS & 19 Wall Netf-York.
Pcacc-distufbcr : and reach Jacksonville to which.port your libellant day of sale* st. I from the date of the Publication of ink Omer, .di:. .
\ Bloib-implanter! livcr-sweller, understood she was destined:) And with the said : R. B. CANOVA', Sheriff and ex-off. SS :39 MaIn at.. Hartford, Ct Said Bill will betaken forC.nf-sa-.t ajlttf.l&U .-

wood the eald eteamrr did get under weigh and 56 State fct., "New Haven, Ct. And it is further ,Ordered, itnt Fi," ,, '
Brain-distractcr,hateful pest. :: Tax Assessor and Collector s. /..c. (wa joiu r:
of and
tl' did proce-4 to wa piloted safely out, over the S 162 Baltimore st. Daltirhore. '
Nov. K1851. hiaOrder1' made in some N<.w tin .v: 1'J.oii.o; l..:.,.;, ",.'
: Ulterance-bogitler, .tenc -emltter.% ',' "'" I Florida Reef, and did safely reach the St. Johns Pennsylvania Av., Washington. this Circuit once a week for ;,.> B4.ut-o' U fuur. ,.;1,:1

'01:' .v.r. 4 7 Tax Collectors" Sale. 'Fourteenth st., Richmond, Va. Months THOMAS DOUla.JIoJV.. S .
drop; : 1
S Strong mal prawler fatal 1 Fifth. And your libellants alledge that the services By 'cfifbe power vested in me by Law 84Washington st., Bostr n. A true Copy. P. D. Du:.AS, ,: 5 > .

Tumult-raiser, vcnonvspitlerVrnthlnpirt '' '. aforesaid entitle! them to salvage that for said I shall expose for sale! txforp the Court House .72 Camp s:.., New Orleans. S S Clerk C. C. St. Jcho. County: : :' '" .
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\ r, coward's prop. services the steamer A would have continued ashore .d02 tin be ctty of St. Augustine on the fin-t Monday St.? Auga ine, July 19th 1851. S I

in an exposed position at a'' stormy season of the 'of May neil, the following described prop r" WHENCE ANDREU, '." .. ,,.

ruin-tuflictcr, eyes. inflamcr, S year in peril of being greatly' damaged,-ana that thesteamer's erty.or 'ao much thereof as will pay the State and DRAPER ,AND TAILOR. Eastern Circuit Court of Si. Ji'' 5

Heart corrupter,. folly's nurs?; from the bank crew of could obtained neither fuel have: And extricated that withoutthe her County on fr'thiyear taxes and 1851 the necessary towit: expenses' due there i CORKER OF,CHARLOTTE ST. ARD TREASURY LAE.S .I County. 5 ,'_;,:.. I .

rrrt-bablcrbody-maimcr, \ the libellants the I S WOULD RESPECTFULLY inform in CHABCERY : t* :'r' .
wood oj
by steamer
J t S< supplied 458 acres3d. rate I land in Twjjlre mile Swamp .
S Tlu In.e'frnu'r! loath ome curse must hate remained powerless in her then position. N W from the city of.St. Augustine being in 5 L the Citizens of St. Augvstine George R. Fairbanks, special -)\, > S

I Sixth. The steamerwaaextricated solely b, the township 6, range 29. onth and east, being part of I and the adjoining Counties, that ht Master and Receiver ., ,I' iij' t

'1 \\*. .3cfctroyrr, joy-unpairer, \ J means aforesaid the service was performed upon the lagd*1!of D L Clinch returned by J II M Clinch IWh baa constantly on hand, a well selected of the Estate of RobertMcllardy ."..,. '. '. ,/ ", .. I

Scandal dt-nkr, foul ouUied J scourge; high seas, and is within jurisdiction of this honorable Executor, and assessed to D L,Clinch. w stock of the best French,English dec'd.vs. :& .. '. 1. ', 5'
- l Court and graying the customary process in Unless Uics and : 111 i\ an German Broad Cloths. Cassi. .
Bill
t.i i expenses ate paid before 'hed for Thscovry S ,
S I .
S 'I1sf"s.bllnb'r.. ..youtb-cnsnarpr' { '"" ). ... such castsliuu said.ai' -nLLqht k._nre ted and *> pf sale.: f 'I; i5i-c meres aDd Vestia s, which he wiDmake'to Lambert C. Jones & Mary \ and F unt. .' ."' ,
J -* ; .
TCInV said claim: for and that S 1111 1l order in tHe most Fashion. \
un Tn.G.. ; held to "answer their salvage R B CANOVA, Sheriff ex-off. E. Jones, hU wife, George ::
; t such salvage might% upon the hearing therein decreedto S Tax Assessor and 'Collector s j c. able manner. and upon accommodating : and Malvin&Ricn- 1" ..-,'" \ \
' VfftUo.lt1arter. bat-e deceiver said Ubdlanis &a equity night dictate': And j NOT. 1851. terms: ,Also that having opened a direct Richey \ .S .
; bath this Jay been Issued to : communication with the .First Houses in the same ey,his wife, Samuel Maul- ; S. \
an order
whereas
d.flltIYl'r. saj dclignt; you TuX '
gjiite
i Collector's Sale.
;: j S directing to retain In your custody until the line in New York,he will! hare the earliest reports o den and Caroline Maul-. S ,t- i '
. 1 'JliC.-t.e1\r. stomucGt.helvcr I further order you of Coun, the steamship Pampero her'I'BY''virtue of the power tested in me by law, IhahL Fashions from tliat City'and from Europe. den his wife. .t f' S \

- I'alsehood-spreadcrt ,scorplon'blte. j, tackel,apparel and furniture which.hstl been heretofore t expose for sale before the Court Housein N. B. Cutting and repairing done on the shortest n appearing to the satisfaction of the Court ) :
of St. Augustine on the first Monday of \
thereto made in this \.
",' Mixed by yoa and Is now in your custody and notice. J. byaifidivil cause, that tlipMid' .
, ", \ Qu .re1.p1otr. go-dlscinrger, \ directing' a monition to i isue in J.E&, cause to rll May new, the following described property or soS N 9,1850.. S Defendants, Lambert C. Jones and Mary E. JnVs
muc thereof as will pay tba State and County Ux- .. hid wife and Maivina'S
Giantion4ier wasteful sway parties or persons interested returnable! on the first George Richey l :
-4t 1o.cnlarger Monday ia November next, being the third day of es and' ecessary expenses due thereon for the OtlCO.is hereby given tLat I will six weeks after wife, and Samuel 1 Afoul Jen and Carolina! :*..:...; S I

t.. Chin-carbun. <$cr, ,. l nmbtr. t year 1851 to wit. S date aSply to the ,Judge of Probate of St.. his 'wife, reside beyond the Umita vf itt>. .->',-.te' J. '.

'. Ualice-vcnicf, d u.th'* broadway.Tcmpejt.scnXtcner : Now therefore you are hereby commanded and 307 ", acres2d rate land being in section 38,town. Johns oDt.1" r letters of Administration, de bo- Florida, viz: iothe State of South Carolina 1,
7,range 97, bounded on all aide by lands of J as. It is therefore, motion of ,K.'Fakn '
on George
strictly enjoined to cite admonish and. notify all j. nis non.on the Estate Sebastian Eiipenoro late of
J r i winJow-smasber, uDcattV '. liz, and on the West by the.River St Johns being T
... whomsoever having or pretending to have said coanty,,deccaaad. JUUIUCIO SANC IIEZ. banks,ordered that the said defence* L.nnb tt-'C
lorerunner, hell's dire drink; persons any nght, title,interest claim whatsoever ia and 'In &Johns County' assessed? G,N Gillett a uonreaident. St. Augustine,Sept. 5- 185l, Nu36 C. Jones and Mary t:. kai;s, !i.-. wu" Ccof e/ "' .' ,
. ,'f1 hertrackle Richey and Mavim! 'Rid: :l.t 'i'\ .' alI: : Srtuv' s.*
. he said ship Pampero, apparel, :
Ravenous murderer, windpipedauber.Drunkard' t* steam I Unless taxes.and expenses are paid herO the day 5 and Car ,! ., '...
it I furniture aaJ cargo in the mode and manner directed Notice. AlaulJen ,;" ? s.u !"n.Lin {" :p uar eottU', .j i ,
lodging meat und drink i t and all of ealeit S. S answer the Dill of Compiaiia! FacJ ;n 'baa; (.- ": ,
c. Law and the rules of this Court by other claims ; 4> '
: by demands
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R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex'-off. person having any or '''
fi 4 lawful and means whatsoever, whereby this 'All within Four months 'Irom t', rh!e c; : tlt..UO:.'lti :"
I ways the Estate of Francis Pass deceased "
I. Tax Assessor and Collector,s. i. c. of th.'order,aa th"- aid .em..1 Uulc... lor { vfessed :
I, .. VUltcnat "r. G. If. pnp BoardIng monition may be made iiifst public and notorious,, creditors,heirs distribute, legatees otherwise, cc -
.t- before of the, District Nov .'1, 1851. as againem. :. ,, ?
J Home. to I* and appear the Judge I S hereby notified to present them to the subscriber S < SAnd i
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Slates for the) Northern District r- are it M farther ordered, that Publication of this ,'," .
\ 'n"r. C_ of the United TJ1S Collector'* M nle. i within two years from the date hereof. they '
." I Oct. 18-E $horlill and lady,'N. Y. of Florida at the Court House in die City of :: of the power vested in me by law I, be forever barred. Order be mado in some newspaper I'ubUaL u 4. .
G.J O'Canorf ,* : JLU M. I By'virtue will ; Circuit once a week fo the ". 4 .'our '. "ri : i
St. wigustmeat at 11 o'clock A upon Monday for sale before the Court Housein .KANCIS P. FERREIRA, Administrator. spat <
j'L' .a.\ Peck ond tally, Mn ,flcbu*tts. the 3d 3y November 1 51,teD and there to interpose the city of Augustine on the first Monday of( .'August 16, 1851 No 33 THOMAS WOL'si.AS. > JujjCerUeJ "c.. '. S.'I

4 --Yi*4 Thirea Coswfl r** their claim. and to aniwg the premises May next the following described property or ao tobe atrue cu'v: I S ,' i ?; .:

4' Miss Hatiy and Abby Peclt,." '. Bind their allegations ia that behalf, ando much thereof.will"paj.he-State and c) nty taxes marines* 'Barley Flax Seed, Arrow P.B. DUMAS,'Cleik, :. '. Bi.-ixs ';1)c c\."'A. *,.

____ _. .. :1 do on mile ty, reeeive .nd perform, what to i and the necessary expenses .due thereon for the year Trim: ,Tapioca. Cocoa, Chockolate, LiquoriceJugub August, 18Sl. ''iP ,"

r )uaLi tt appertain : .nd whatsoever you shall do 165ltoiwit. : ?Paste, Race Ginger Spices (ground), fresh I CAKMICHAEL AND O.litU1J'1. : '

..' ,. FORWARD & TOWLES in the'premises,you wiU certify and make return of 2000! 'acres 2d rate land being in section 34,'private Mustard, Cayenne Pepper, Carrie/ fresh Salmon, I DREDGING RIACIIIX ", -:.:-r .
}.. hereon together with t4 Monition, ,at ,the *,township 5South, range 26 fih. and '
: ., ( tbeBUufe survey at retail by underssigned have been appo re , "j TTOi S'\"r.,LAW AND1 LiG'rip s j jIS time and place aforesaid.! section 39 township 5 south'range 27 east*,' .being B. E. CARR. THE owner of his invention,an] VMS!,i r"ra- 't,;.o! \ :

t. I : ClJANpERY, ", : Witness,the Hon. Isaac IL BronSCa JudgeS part of ite New Switzerland tract lying about 28 Augtit 16, 1851- I'i ,. mend it to :Contractors, Companies. or '".,' ,tt*, 4. -ht" '.

, -iIf C If' ; S Mid Court at tbe Court, House in .the miles from St Augustine, in St Jonas county, said who are about doing work of the following!
-"tJ All'J.l' .53m ,[t.. s.] dty of St. AugU8iinethls 20th day of Oct land was, returned' in 1849 by D.R DunhamAgent "7 NOTICE. : S : ,.

S S B tu''r'in;h: yt'arofctr Lord 1P5J. .. of'Joha B Eagle,and assessed to John L ,Engle. shall.apply! to the Extensive drainage of Swamps,Marshes, ar iu- ,

FLORIDA.WM. (Signed) G. R. FAIRBANKS Unless! ':Itaxei; and expenses are paid before the day SIX.HPNTHScfterdate'l: in and for gar Plantations t,, '... 5 tIF

. .-t. : ." CI of sale. the county of St. Johns for Ltttert ef Diickarge as Building Levees around Plantation or To*;S*, ., S .. .., .
e') A. FORWARD, | SIMON flffflVI GEo. W 'CUX, U S. District Att6raey. S ,R. B. CANOTA, Sheriff and,ex-off. Executor of the last will and testament of ELLEN Opening Channel way and removing l/a% at tbt'

jt 1tc of S* Augustine, ,& floridlY .S *.t Jf. I ,JOHN. T.. MYRICK :Tax. Assessor and Collector B J, c. ,L YNESS,late of said county,deceased. AU persons I month or Rivers and Harbors. 5 I
j -. J U. 8 Nov:1j.1851.0; \ .5 interested theiein are hereby notified accordingly. I Making Q nat*through d wamps,marshy; or s=cay ,.,% .
$5 t ill Ifly GEO. J. ZEIINDAUER, I JOHN Executor.* ,' % .
JACKSON ,
'to 0 i I ground jiaDeepentog I '" '; ,
IS
I RE. .. October 25t|. 1851 Deputy J/arshal. t Tax Collectors Sale. fA Aptil26, 17pa.jteontbsafter. I tenariod Wharves anaJfta*. ',. .
1 ; NEGRO of the powerveted ia me by IaI 4 -* "'JRaits .
frnzn "
ABLE BQD1ED JWEN 'JD'rc Kee"pingwpefchan elway throaj'-T .
;
-r'ax Collectow sate
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ptqd ._. j*lrtf five of' tg* *a.Nol sale before the tQnrrt t House k-.wnt,1;. Lto t l\ ..,
; yearn -ISy virtue of the power vested ia me by law,I deZMor oT. B ..Ii.f ,tb t' ft1'I or'lUikj : :'l
sa: t RPENTERd, 0\11e'.< ,.. "F"I w.7 Roots Treesretj. ,7Tupesons'des1rusof ;
., mOT this/ate\ presentto the, Judge t'1 .)
.1jie ,
I S. W rU I. -Ql' u.u property> or'so improving .1 :
d lf w -
1 at S
\ Jo$
of Probates of$ County;. my accounts '
t' f" ; tC shill ,the State and '
: yay Coisjty tax 5-
Ito this machift be be'recomn.only > ,;. :
next; the fbllojriijg described Property of the Estate of John Le late ot drainage can ".. 5
> atf MPtfj el and the due, thereon' Executor < gston. .
.at .D 'R.' G. Mil YS: ot eq much thereof as will pay*the State and county. necessary: expenses for theyear1851gowit said county deceased. for settlement aDd.'allowance one adapted 111 the purpose neeTothewaoarebaildisgor.u.*** ;; ." : 'n :. ."",.i. :

A. ,' t'N tax/s and the mcessary.expenses due thereon for tbe. 300 acreV3d rate land assessed to Nicolas Sin jJt and I ball at the same time ask from said Judge "r ..r., "k.. ,'. .: .
drains it. will hafound of im>cr \aluc, -: .
year 1851, to wy : chez being(section 25 of private Letters f,dismissal, from my Executorship of said .
surveys .township f ..
the CamRandat the -ra?
: of boan- deepen same
.. .0'l'1 CE. ; A lot of bud la the city St. Augustine 4, soath of range 29 East;.being in Sr.Johns County Estate,. .
LU. L _-_ ., ded tbe cast by Dragoon -Spanish street and JOSEPH A. STRISCHKA, Executor, bankment or lifj. A
"" on .. _. adjoinilirlands of Estate of Robert Mickler. and This macbin plnsed with fP. ho ,
0.- I I '. Iota ofO Pomar aad A Matters on me West bYTolom.to Estate ofET JeDk. 5- of John Levingston deceased '. \' j :
the, South by lot of, Joseph power which can bfla4 g '.ex! >.
1851.
street, on April 12th.
u taxes
and before the
fI8J the North by aa alleysaid lot Unless expenses'are'paid _- They are now in Bnco |HRiation i.1 .
Andren deceased ga day ,of aat... ', flearsBthn)1B4 c.U he ,and be niillHg2to,. ., "
.u'
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owifdby the late George; Bartlett, : county may : $
i.-l F HE STEAM} R MAGNOLIA wud ilL was orriginally assessed to G. R. Fairbanks confining R. B CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off. Will purchase all the Bears L* and Grease olinia; Nan Yard, PensocoIa. HKn ti! : .... .

after thft ctatr ani" at Pico" every I deceased and or, Jess Tax Assessor'and Collector., 1.1. c. I that the citizens of Florida will snip me in Sa- tween Galveston and San Louis. 5 5 .t' S
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IIteTAbo betwteh 2 aid 4 'VcIoCk.LIV' I in all two acres and more are paid before the Nov i, 1831. .: mm b,the Oiltt One DJlar per gallon, he GleaN By application to JS. "ECOR, L.. ,. ,' '1 ,,.

irs 'ico\at& mrr Saturdy rAiar at 10 i.2'CIOCk I Unless taxes expnsei' : t : must be pat up In go. : 1' : .. .' <

IT ISl\"ezmab TjIack Cretk.. I dl1lOhale.-, B. CANOtASheriff Sir. and ez-o: P Tar Volleclo.uSale.---- pay fifty cents per pound. The articles-must be drawing of the mac can w: ficca, v.>tb 'Oo: .:.. /. ". SIS J..

r > t1Ulge to Bnauab ,88 00 Tax Assessor%ad Collecter.r, j. c. "Ot' virtue of the power vested via me by law, I pure or I will most positively reject them. I use )to the cost,etc, S S' ,
a proponloo&t rites t aU th1 JO :shall expoee Jb stle before the Court House lam qa.ntititlorbot' articles and considetniy July 12th! '1651 S :.;

te. &Del atu low ratesas other ointl 00 I Nov 1.1851. la the dry of St Augustine, on the first Monday of self good judge of it. Sewf any ,ijuantity from j : G1LBERT&SEC5. r '

i RETDRNING any other Bos 'Tax Collectors sale.BY February Den the following ribed, property'orso gallon to ten!gallon at a time or more if possible. :_ ,: : ..:
." I of the 'vested .in jw, Ishall thereof will' the aad .W. HUMPHHfcYS, .. '.: i
much
flN &" A&.h, Th1lllcla4 virile power CoJ as pay SUte County .5 4' % ; .S '. TO PO5iYLtD: : ,
P. M.
': S ezpqge for ale before the House taxes nih necessary expenses due thereon for the Wbolesal Druggist,Savannah, ,Ga.$: l- POsT Pfll' LtI.t. ,

'j II,Jar-I..1 P.. HcNELTY CaptuL. door Ia the elr,f8t.AUgestineOnthe firf Monday -, yoar. 1651,to, wjt: Ncvl6-.?. .V S ::-8; .1*' I' SI [' n.h.of.teJ. t"J Jm:llotr', i'i- ,.':., .. ...: .
'* T of February t the following described property 245.acres{bore or less cra.ntefJ'to Edward Ashton, ________ :5. .. T : 11 "lI't..of.'
'- 7was'] [ .,
A4JgbauvC.i. !
MAYOR or so mad th *eoT as 'p y tbe Sate aid' and assessed.i to the said Edward Ahton being section Estate olDr.: AaUrcv: :;Anderson, dc-' the 1T.S- who conceived, a<* an !. ,; .; ;.r tt1.I.1l .

*| OFFICE,City of St. ,Aijustiae.25th t County taxes and the necessary expenses. due thereon S : 39 and 40 oprivstennetownahtp6, sooth, I ecL'' t to puW ".the .vka e fscj.ln:' g :.. -.': '.;;>' ( Wi : :
,
OTIcr October. S. for tbe rear I851te *"** ', range 28 e*$. .1. ; \:i "mTotlce is hereby given, that in thhny,days from cheap rtaraps. AU ta Wjl mau.s !,y .. .'t .
II lwyeby Gllcl,. That aa Election 300 acres 3d rate land btbtl137 private surveys, Unless taxes'aad expenses are-Jpaid c before the 111' the: datehereof.'IjwillapWyito the CoumtoJ i ranted equal 1 or unf'rior to oWr \ e' .. ":.
wil any I.J :
=. be held a, the Council Room ia the City township 8 sou, rang ,28 .s*, lyiM 0" Coloai&t *** _. I .e' Probafrs of.St, Johns' .Coufity/leave toed 10 I'rocured.at,tbe same price, and whcne : .
t.A..eq std .M., Wan- ILiB.CANOVAt 8bm'udu.-.: Estate of DaAraibtxw AXDSXsojr : .t a..1j .to ;
Monday the 10th day of No- cretk in Johns Ccuaty, ss to much of the Real out4nany' defective unsatisVactpilcates '
J I her- foraXe'or ad four Alderman,for.the Tax Assessor.sad'Collector, s..j.c.. ,BXCP. as will be. suffickat .to pay thejtbts ,and sent shaH be way forwardrd or ( It ."l (
eiaC nnif050 to5 paid -before tedyofaale. thereof and ia .ir .nualJUfrom this di on jioii expVftre S Uabitidea I
The Poll will be- fad .No,1,1IJ ; !
7tar. taxes .
Unless All who order
11 t o'el open- charge. Mt of stamp*.u.'I S : '
,,.. K tud cloee at 5 dcJOek't-aader "" 444I' \ will apply the said Coon ,for ., final dkharge, isExdbtrix Two .' : : r. 1'.
4 dtro*or! Cirits IIucerEmaDQel 1. NO VA.SborlfrasJ ax-ofr. SCHOONER SPLENDID 8.days.from New of said estate. roR WTZ3. at lMlironyshall ->('rt.-ftr .f; ,'S :: : \
.1ThL15CA be kept in Idtibitara.Adlrefs .
) Meiiea dr Pay. S I, Tax and'Collector, s. / c, ." York .250 Barrels. 8 Hhds* 50 Jag 100, Boxes. CLARISSA C. ANDE.RSOX, En tr1z. .'jJ! stamps Jlister, Pleaant Grove. Alf'tt. ,
E. 1? ; B. E. CARR.,. April St-Cm. a +
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the county : Plantations, Wild,Landt -- -- ---- -- -- .
1I.LVL4li& l/'l.d. On "StY George Street,north of fourth Monday of Mar. ;f-. i; L.-. ,& .ta EastjFJoridiu< Florida Laud .A.aencr.\' # iieii.eh'uaTi' ; ., c"//I5' --

____ ihc I'uWtc Square", and 'one door north of the l\fe\h: ..Fqrthe County of 8 t. John's*, at St."Augustine., T nq undersigned as Ag nt rihe'repectiv&pro'vrsffs T,liE und rsined as Agent tor the rwpective r -ATTORNEY < M hI. CtflUCb.I : OB the second Al onday in-.J line. """ I 'for sale .the. following loads,towit "' ,proprietors offers for sale exceedingly reasonable -.,I A'r JisA VJACKSONVILLE. .
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I 1 I'lorida H JI.U. On 'Treasury.; Lane, Nonh. of S TALI. TEM. t ,. ;.That well. known and extremely valuable Plantation -.I of the kfDll.the following lands among' which are.Mine. E. Ft*. :., >

!h Public Square.. I For the counties of Orange.and'St. Lucie,%TuesJay ,called! tyBuloW} .Plantation at the ,head of lands nftst"valuable' Cotton, Sugar:) and Tobacco<< Wat. practice in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit
in the State..
City Hotel. On Charlotte 'and Bay Street, a few [bef'orethe firsi Monday of NoTember: HalihxRiveilrnierly occupied and planted by thr C' in b'nHtoncountY oldie Middle Circai,. in &ntun I. r
d," )ra South East of the Public ; I late John IN TilE ARREDOND6 a'RA'NT..ALACJ11i.A and Ii&'> h counties of the
Square. : For, the county of Putnam, at PiUtka, the second J. Bulow with a force of 380 bandsr suitablefor orou : Southern,Jirtnit
Planter Hotel. On Charlotte Street and Treas- Tuesday before the first Monday of Novembc.-r. both So gar and Cotton,advantageously located : Couatr.: the Supro Court at Tallahassee, and th e UDi in

: jury Lau'!. ''north Public. Square,au xtd't. 0'1'1 : r ; inNoTcmber.. S forty i1 south of Su Augustine,and contaio about ,In"y." 19 ; ." 2. 3,8.1(&.11, 12.13.14.2'2.' Florida ; and will prosecute claurftagai the Uoited

ING HOUSES. i j'j'.Vr '!Fur the county of Nassau, Thursday before' the 4900ncrea.; ? !' I 34,35, 30, IS: 21. 17,27,5, SLates bfore Congressand the Depanmttnta\VlI ,' ,
,. M. Eti ff . "arracks.: ; 'orthe the third:Monday! ,being the Pellkier GrantMn GrahAn's I S efng J located at Ja.knillefor life he
county 0ual/on: swamp. In 9," 20 { iy.22,2C,27,2 will givt
fj! ftt-'w On %, George ..Street, a few doors November S I Also;the Spruce. Creek,Plantation! cootl\ng S99 I 33,34.In '. hw entire and unremitting attenuon to his prorl8ion .

:3<.>J.th of the I'-ouri Hotue ana Pcblic Square. ( S For the county of..Marion, on the fln.tMonday in. acres suitable,for Stig\r culture"- and near to navigation ." 9" 21. 15,19,20,21,22,23f29I30, and all business entrusted to his care: shall meet .ith
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G-. N. P rUa kiy mm. corner of Bay ,and December. -At. *S ;'abput 70, miles south of .St. Augustine near i 4 32,33,34. prompt attention.

G.'Je.l. ; LLl.: ':. ':" For the counties of Alachua : Levy, on the sec- i 1\ewSnyna., ( A p In JO" ia:; ; 23.10,11,15,22,23I2G, .7, St. Augustine. August 31. 185C. I
c_ 4 DOCTORS I lMonday in December.Fdrthe ** Also, the JWonnt. Oswald! Plantation on Halifax I 34353G.

; J5,c*. F. rVii. O1cs' atfiaHcawe. I ,. county of Columbia: on the third MondayIn : River about 50 miles south of St.-Augustine, near the In" 10 19 ; ,;7, 8, 17, 19. 20 30. Tax; Collector's Nale."''.
r, can Bridge Strnt. j December. T fThe ', I coast,. formerly planted in Sugarby the late Geo. An- U" 10" 20 13, 14, 16,2,29. TTBY virtue of the power vested ia me by law 1
_ Poet. John E. ?ek. Office on Stf George Street. U.S. District Court, at St.- Augustine, on the I demon, and now the property Joseph Lanton,con- In" 10" 21 ; l,2,3,4.5.6r.8,9,10ll, iP shall expose for sale before the Couft House ,

: doors: North of the Court House..." A first Monday in April. taining 1900 acres.. ,. !i ; 1" .13,14, jP, Id,22,26, :31.In of door in the city of Su Augustine on the first Monday ..
DRUGGIST.;, ; !m TMC TRAVEl..LER'S'GtJIDE. Also JOOp-al"ftSloDth of New Smyrna in Turn- 10 22 C, 18. 19. December next, the following described tract of .
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P: .C. Zjlttra Chemist and Druggest North East. bnll's awning, Wing the north half of the Rosette In" 11 at 18 24.In" land or as much thereof will pay the taxes there'

: ,l 5rJ:. Public Square,opposite the,; middle basin. ,. ROUTES FROM CIIARLESTOS"- Grant well tiiiiblrcd and..near navigation.Also 11" 19 t.; 1,2,9,11,13,14,16.17,18 on due the state and County for year* 849.'50 an4 51 S.

f : ; ,forty, thousand acres on the St., Johns River, i l i 21,23,30. .51. and all necessary expenses incident thereto, to

LAWYERS. From Charleston Jo Xeu York. Leaving daily at between Lake.George and Lake Monroe consisting .ln"h1" 20 ;' ," 7,18,20,23.24E1.2 g. of25j wn5S2
_ E. B. Gtuld. Counsellor atJiaw-office on' Ar- 31-2: o'clock r. M, By, Steamer to Wilmington ISO of valuable pine,% mmock and timbered lands in va 27,2d,33, N 1.20f 36- acres of 2J rate land being a half( the

_______ p, ItUery. e.Putnam. miles.-By Railroad to Weldon Ifi2 miles -To Petersburg rious tracts. In" II" 21'; 12.3. 10, 11, 12, 13, 1-1.15. Ked! house Branch tract about three miles N W
::' )J. : .' Attorney ,*and*Councillor', 63.-To Riclunond.22..-...To AcJqato CreeL 1\180,3000 acres in Alachua county, suitable.torCOf2a' 19.20,21,97,26,29.30,33, from the city of Augustine and'purchased by Deles.
othj'jgrata treeA.! :., or Sugar. pin from John and AntoniofclloertaJ,
S\\ < 1tJ.--'AiSie-amer to;WuhIngton 5.-B"Itailr4io4 35; ,36. lyingnl!, in
_ raAuoq1eiiJ\-W b.1t ore.An'!.....:.! q'.DLn',, ;"' l..t'o'N t..'' .1 ;} %V'60@ieres in. Columbia COWUT, good pine Ia"11"jo ,2'2. ii 6. 7. 19 3031S.S sections 34, 35, and 36, of township 6, rage 23wnu .' ..
'iIJ (. l1-dfSte' n thergroin t4otr ,ot i 87. Total dista 111 milt..T JIle60 S;:' burl, tt dioahf: Y IY M\f hM lHl1i&. '! ; FJJONIQ'W'RA. 12I. and s ction. 1,2 aDd>3 of townsldp 7'. :(.;,-1' -

_ r .theSouth. Wing ofthe Court House. *f 'fr 20. 4 Apply tofterms, partiehrs, &c. to .. .r'f' MAaIof" Cot'irrv._ .." ., Muw TOxoowB.-umBetrna' '
Crew :2. Fairbank Attorney and Counsellor af t R.FAIRBANKS, # the other half has been conveyed Michael .
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ge !The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston % In" 12 18; 1,2.3,10,11.12,14.15: Da
caw-office in the Court Honse.PUBL1COFFICCS.. o'clock Agent for>t'the purchase and sale of Linds," In"12" .. raa of' Charleston S. C.. 'A
very tenth day after the 27th of April, r M. '19; 2. 6. 11, 12. 15. 16,18. 19,
--, State.RoomJ5.. 1Payrnent of Non Resident'Taxes,&c. J Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the .
Thro in GO hours. Fare ( v 20H. 222324. ot snle. day 1S.
_ From Charletton to Philadelphia.-The Osprey SLAugu Feb 22. 1850. In" 12" 20; E 3-4 of 1, 3567.9 10, J .
_ Pot OJiCttG./ E. Llambias, I'o Master, How leaves Charleston; every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock, ,STABUJTY SECURITY-PERPETUITY. 11141617182224. R. B: CAXOVA' Sheriff arid ex-ofT.

,ard's bvil.hnes, S. E. building Market square.: P. M.-through in CO hours.'Fare 20. $900,000. In 12 2G ; 'I. 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, 13, 15. 5. Tax Assessor and Collectors. j. c.
Surveyor Central't Office B. A. Putnam. Surveyor daily .. May 31st, 1851.
New-Orlean Leaving
to
From Charleston
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TIlE MUTUAL LIFE SURA* E 21,22,23,24.
_ ; Lane and General Hospital, on,Ho Street.!&pital Streetcorner' of Artillery. at lOoVlock A. M. By S. C Railroad Augusta 136 COMPANY a. 12" 22 ; ." 6, 71819. 'IKax Collectors ale.

Land Office.' -.-- Register miles.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta: 171.-By OF NEW YORK-NO.35 ALL Si., GEO.; R. FAIRBANKS. BY"virtue" of the power vested in me by law I

of Public Land, office in the'Court House. Macon and western Railroad to Griffin 42.-ByStage 1\\j ET Accumulated Fund, Nov. 1st, 1849, $900000 ,- St. Augustine, Feb. 16. 1850. expose for sale before he Cour House-

j 4 ThQ,. T.: Kustell.:- Receiver, office in Court to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery l,. ', ,securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages door in the city of St. Augustine oa the flat Mont
it, ft' I1oue. 4 65 -By Steamer Mobile 331,-To New-Orleana on real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks .'CAR nCHAEL AND OSGOOD'S day December next, the following described tract I.
)'office 1GG. Total distanee 1,006 miles. Time 123 hours. nfthe State and City of' New York and United DREDGING I of land or so much thereof will pay the taxes there' A
i Judge of PrJ ate. (G, Humphrey's JudIe, i RIACHIiyC.
Fare $39. 50.Fiom > States Government. on due the Statea Dd
I .ulhe (:..urt House. have been appointed agent County for yean 1849 50, .
Peter B. Dumat. Clerk Circuit Court, office in Charlfstonto Nsw.OrledizsViz: Savannah, This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended THEundersaigned j invention,and would recommend .51. to wit :

t ne C.urt House. daily at 9 ,A. M. By Steamer to Savannah 140 nilles.By and prosperous business. it to Contractors", Companies, or Individuals, 165 ocrea ofreconj ratelandnearlieaj: of MOMS ,
--1"t I t Rafael B.Ctmva. Sheriff and Tax Collector,office Central Railroad to Macon and Westerb Rail- The Company declared, a "dividend ol, profits of fif who:are' about doing: work of the following description creek, south of St. Augustine,lying :in section.
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f t in the Court-House. road to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.- ty-two per cent on all existing policies'on the 31st ,'viz: | 20 and 1 29, township 8, range 30.

Collector of Cytiom John M Hanson, offiee,- By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mo- January' 1848. Extensive drainage of Swamps,Marches, and u- Said: tract was granted to -F. J. Fatio, and comi
Planters Hotel. ;, < bjle 331.-ToiNew-Orleans 166.Total distance. 1,032 All the Profit arc divided among; gar Plantations.: .& monlv called the Mrs. Fortune's puce assessed to 'T
i', : miles. Time; hour Fare $39. &0. the I nan red. Building Levees around Plantation or Town, F J Fatio and unless taxes and expenses are oaid
Inipertor of Cuttoms. Ora Howard, office in. MISCELLANEOUS TABLE. The preq1nmi payable in cash annually,sem- Opening Channel! .way and removing Bars at the bt"f.re\the\ day of sale. .
M' oward Buildings, Market square.. it I S ,Distances. FareTime.. annually, or quarterly, interest being added on the mouth or Rivera and Harbors. R B. C(SOV A. Sheriff and ex-oiT.

I I. ll. ,]1ronoll. Judge U: S. Court Northern To" Athens, Ga., 221 m. $7,95 20 h. deferred payments. Making Canals through Swamps,marshy or sandy Tax Assessor and Collector! s. J. c.
I : District of Florida, office in the Court House. I, Tenn. 445 13,19 131 The cash principle adopted by this Company secures l\a3I\t. 18514 ,
"Chattanooga, ground.
G. R. Fairoankt. qertt U. S. Court office in __ .
: 8 to the parties for whose benefit the insurances
| "Columba, S. C., 130 J 4W Deepening water around Wharves nod Piers Tax Colle 'o"'s Sale.
I (the Court House. Zehnbaur office' in ["Camdtn, S. C., 142 4.K). 9 are effected, the whole of the advantages, without k'eepingopen channel way through Lakes and Riv- Y 'virtue of the vested in ,
Deputy Mar thai. G > I. power mby law I ,
< ore ,
subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated D
C. 136 4,00 8. Raft
S. sunken
tearing
the Court House. "Hamburg, vcrs; removing or Log up I shall expose for sale before the Court House,
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I t "S "Memphis,Teun., 740 28,00 premium notes. Roots of Trees, etc. I door in the city of dt. Aa;jwtiue on the first Mon
; \' ORDNANCE -DEPARTMENT. Passengers for, either of the ,above pHces leave I Persons may effect insurance on their own!,lives To peisons desirous of improving waste Lands bv day oT December next the following; ,described

Capt James R. Hanham Ordnance Store keeper. Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad, at 10 o'clock I and the lives of others A married woman can in- drainage this mncliin can be be recommended as the of land or so much thereof as will pay the tract. 3
the life of her husband,the benefits of which are taxes
few doors South of A. K. % I cure only! one adapted to all the purposenecessaryTo thereon due: the State and County for '
.ffice on St. George street, ,a secured by I law forthe exclusive use of herself chil years 1849, 5Q.
4 Maj. B. A. Putnam's residence.. Persons desij'rous .5 To those wno are building or repairing Canals, or and '51, to wit: __ :1IV
t of visiting the Fort will 'nia1e application*to Tax Collector's Sale. dren. J drains it, will be found of immense value, as it wil 500 acres of second rate land above! head Xonl

;Capt.'Hanhani. virtue of the power vested In me by law I Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries deePEn the Canal, andat the same time form an embankment River lying in section*'19 anJ 20.township |. t. .

( BY expose for, sale before the Court Hotue; :. are specially invited ro avaii themselves of a resource or levee. 29,said tract of five hundred acres is assessJ Wn Pe. (
La n;
i JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. cUorin the city of St. Augustine on the first .Mon ,. whereby,their surviving fami'ts may be secured This machine is used with either horse or steam dro Cocifacio.

James )I. Gould. : day of December next, the following described tract 1 I rom the evils ot penury. I II power which can be Increased to any ext 't. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before S the 4

Geo. L' Phillipi Notary Public-office on Bay of land or as much thereof ,as will pay the taxes I Pamphlets explanatory of the-principles! of Mutual They are now In successful operation in all parts of tsale._ day -
thereon due State and Countyfor 1849, '50.. Life Insurance and illustrating tie advantages, with he ,and Charleston South Car-
,Street lit tie North of the Market and next door I It I the years : county may be seen at R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off.
a "
I I forma be" btaiued at the office of olinia Navy Yard and the Canal between '
'to the Post office. 51. to wit : application may ; Pensocola; on Tax Assessor and Collector,s. 1. A
V _____ 100 acres of second rate land in section 33 of I the Company,35 Wall st., or of any of its agents. Galveston and San Louis. 4 l\taJ'3ht.18.)1 5 c.
_
r CITY OFFICERS. private surveys, township 13, range S3 south and 1, TRUSTEES, S.. fly0appIiation to J,S. tiECOR. Esq., oDf4\ nat E EASTRN EJUDlCi.lL "
: 'j j. east and being on the oast side of Dun's Lake, said Jos B Collins David C CoHen, MObil fr theStates of Alabama and Florida,a CltlUUir OK TtfS.
Afsfsr- E. B. C* W. ; 100 acre assessed to Hannah Kingsley > I'I Wm J Hyslop. Alfred Edwards. drawing of he machine caD be Been, with infbrmatioa STATE, OP FLORIDA, CIRCUIT' COURT

t4 Laurent* Audrey,] ** Unless taxes and expenses'arc paid beforenhe day R H McCurfy. \ Wm Beits as to the COM,etc, ., S OF ST. J01JN&COUNTY -... '-di r

JP.. /limpkreyi, \ .-ldermeo.F. '. .: ofsale. Ered Winston Joseph Blunt.C July 12th IRil -... l..V" CH,1NClEl" Y. .
Vamt; A. nckln"J;: R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and cxtiff. W Faber, Isaac G Pearson, :' GILBERT& SECOR.New York. David L.tPalmer. surviving: pannerl J.-
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J. ,Quincey. J ; '\' of the firm of Palmer & } ;
f John P Yelverton Henry Well,. W
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and Collector J. c.
Tax s.
office Asipsspr ? .
Clerk of the City I Council Charlea Haager 2.
Theo Sedgwick, Wm Moore, 'TO POSTMASTERS. ".5.IInnak nhuhe'I ,
; May 31st 1851.
at the Council room. : -4 Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, Lorin;. \dmrs. f ., \ 'r:
City MariAa/ and Clerk' of the Market' F. P. Tax Collectors Kale.BY John II Swift, Jona Miller, y POSTOFFIt"E Postmaster STAMPS. Loring 4eceased. Charles 1 Luririg... *orrelc Jurr-. ,( if :. a.5 ,-
it milE undersigned. at Pleasant Grove j'
Fmreira. Williaa rv. Luring, Frederick I ,
: L
.' PORT WARDENS : virtue of the power vested in 'me by law I.haU John Wadsworth, David A Comstock, L JL Alleghany! Co. Maryland,was the nut person in ring,Elizabeth Nnaes. and Albert Nu- \' rt .-
t 4
S M Cornell Robert ,
Shuyler, "
r. C. Zyl,trat Charles Haager1 Jo,. L. P mar. expoee for sale before the Court House the U. S. who concoivedand" undertook extensively nesherbuband. j .. .
iJ
I doot in the city of St.: Augustine on the tfirs Monday Gonv M Wilkins James Chambers to ppbtish,the idea of supplying all post offices with APPEARING ;" h. Aq,
to
of December .the following described John _V L Prayn Joseph Tuckerman, ; IT tbeSatisfaction of the
AUCTIONEER. next tract cheap stamps. AU stamps made by him are war .f '
affidavit made
: by inh Cause PI
Fred Whitdesey! Moses II Grinnell IJ tl r..tLe :
of land or as much thereof as will the lazes ranted equal or superior to other that : '
4 Center F. P. Ferreira and J. A. Strischa. pay any can'be
Defendants
; GBO. Charles Loring. William W. ,
Charles Wra J Bunker LonIr.' "Amfc.
Ely
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\ thereon due the State and County for years 849, procured at the same price, and whenever any are
Frederick Loring.Elizabeth Nones
and
John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh, Albert: ; .l :1l
I MERCHANTS.. + '50 and 51.. and all necessary, expenses incident I Walter Joy Francis S sent out in any way defective or unsatisfactory Nones, her husband reside beyond the Jurisdiction ,.
I dealerin thereto, to wit : Lathrop, 'shall be forwarded, on notice, without r' fi
Burrougkt E. Can. Wholesale and Retail, plicates of this Court out the State of
Alfred Pell J 0 Thatcher Florida but ialha
: Liquors 1108 acres of second rate land on the Matanzas All who order ofatamps. TI
firU quality Family Groceries of al! kinds, JOSEPH B. charge. awt WITH CHANGE United States: J.
I Stc., No.2 East side Charlotte Street, North River about twelve miles South from St. Augustine, ISAAC ABBATT COLLINS President.' FOR DATES, at Two DoUd"tCDly-for thirty pieces)- It* therefore Ordered that i the Said Defendants,, ,
of the 1'ublie and lying at the mouth of Moses creek, known as Secretary.: ; shall be kept in stamps adlibitnm.f Charles ,, T.
square.fto'g Loring, William W. Frederick
JOSEPH BLUNT Counsellor. Loring. *
Achille Murals place, sold in April 1829, by Water Address "Post .Master, Pleasnt Grove Jt3 0
( 'J1ut.. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Smith, Attorney in fact for Achille Murat to Richard G. R. FAIKBAKKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. Co. !fd ,Alleghany Loring, Elizabeth Nunes and Albert ANuD .her "'..... 'wort.w1 '.

Goods West side of Charlotte street, a few doors Town, owner now unknown, assessed to Richard Feb 16th. I husband do appear a. answer the Bill of Complaint "' :: Htat
.- .. Filed In this within ..
North Treasury Lane. uqf Four l\Ionthlo.the S. may
etA M. Wtkema Wholesale and Retail de4v Towa, cYOOm 1f mnm Unless and before f 4
Taxes are paid day o
' In Dry Goods d Groceries. Grocery store on We tale. expenses $* ST AUGUSTINE, E. F. County. And it flilther'ordered that publication of this '

ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store R. B. CANOVA* Sheriff and ez-off. ,. lIt CHAHCERY : ort be made in some Newspaper published within :;.T lV/H
Charlotte street, opposite Misses Finkhams. THIS ESTABLISHMENT bay R.'Fairbanks the Eastern Circuit/once a week consecntively.Jbr .f'
Tax Assessor und Collector George )) :
s. i.e. spe.
1 Pinkhtm. Dealers in Fancy Four Months. THOS DOUGLAS
N.
S. Jd&tS
MIsses 4 ,
? this l"TIIE
: Goods &c. opposite the Planters Hotel on East May 31st; 1851.. ; ; .undergone Thorough Repairs cial Master and Receiver; I I 4 A tree copy from Minutes of Court.
present season is now ready. for of the Estate of Robert_.__ t
side Charlotte street. Circuit Court, ;aster Circuit ; n P. B. DUMviS. -
Pedro-Bontt. -Dealer Groceries, Pro. visions,Ate. fo Florida. reception ot Company.!! FAMfiJES ANDTRANSIENT Mcllardy, dec'd. '",' Clerk C.C. St. Johns County "b '
street. "" BOARDERS can have IpacloU3 vs.. Bill for Discovery July 5, 1851. .
t comer of Csna,and St. George IN CHANOERY.; 4mo --no27
Provisions Apartments. Lambert C. Jones & i FRE
I Manuel er, po. Dealer in Family stores, Peter Benet, Administrator Mary and accuunt. "
&e., corner of Charlotte and Bridge streets. &c. of Francis P. Sanchex, j t Booms, Airy Clean, and Neatness : :E. Jones, his wife, George EASTERN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK Itlti 1 jf-}' f-tl

1 F. / Qft Jlc J| Watch maker and Jeweler, on decd., for the use of Aaron .! itoelft. furnished handsomely Richey and Malvjjia Rich- STATE OF FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT; : mt

George street nearly opposite-office of Dr.Peck. Friedlander, Nothing, Wanting.The ey, his! wife, Samuel. Maul. OF ST. JOHNS COUNTY. .

I. Tho,. Ntltjn. Retailer of Boots, Shoeo, Caps, vs. House is well known,aa being recently den and Caroline Maul- INCILtXCERY. S

-, Hats and Dry Goods, east aids of Charlottee street, BenJ. A. Pitnam.:Executor of I Bill'r Account Built, Expressly with a view! to the accom- den, his wife. David L. Sayre. Sui

r 'corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. I Peter Mitchell deed. NicolasLongwortliRurvjving and Distribution. odation or Invalids and,'others, being entirely appearing to the satisfaction of the Court VB.JoseptM.. j) ...'i, Is ear I

3 Lawrence Andreu. Tailor, Charlotte street, Executor built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Fold. It by affidivit made in this caUC: that the said Hernandez, > } r (."early 11 rth I I'I

near the liiJokv'Utina. I Joseph Longworth, deed. ing Doors, &c., which renders it Free from Defendants, Lambert C. Jones and Mary E. Jones, ,Benjamin A. Putnnin, I ef the
'Boot .maker, harlc tie street' near and all others,unknown Legal J Blinds windows his wife, George Richey and Malvina Richey, his J
Dampness. Fireplaces, ,to Augustus. \ J I J Th"
r the CitY Hotel, I Representatives 'and heirs of]I \ through4 opening on Piazza Promenade Two wife, and Samuel 'Jl/tulden and Caroline Manlden, S aubl! '.
Mkh'ael Nellijan-Cabinet Maker, Charlotte said Joseph Longworth a!. I Us wife, reside beyond the limit* of the'St oC I'opp arlu; to the satisfaction of dm Court- I
Feet. Protection from Rains
Hundred Cold
streetbtlow Temperance Hall 1TT having: been made to appeir j b1 AffidsTir.Jhat \ Florida, vqi: in the State of South Carolina. by fliJavit: .made in this 'Cause, that he 'Said I II
Join Mar.iKy. Black Smith and Gun Smith, neai iJL S the Defendant Nicola Longworth U relJaing Winds&c., forming a desirable BSTBKIT from It U therefore, on motion of George R. Fairbanks Defendant Augustus W Walker, resides out of the _\ I

r 1\: I 1orLh! GateotLhe... ( CRy., .tIh.*1 without the, limits of Florida* and also the, other de1 confinement at all seasons of the lear.- ,ordered, that,tbe said defendants Lambert Stfe of Fotida, ''beynJ the J =-" liqD..or\Wa S11ci
; j ..... 1 The situated facing South in central C. Jones and Mary E. Jones his wife Court,bat iff t$ UnitedtSutes: ,
: 1n: AlilUSE E.TS. 4 "', V ,1 fcndanv. > ..._, George
r :V ; ? s. .liSts Iid.rtoa1 er--D.eUio '
-wp motloft"oFWU1iaJ) r.Fotwira;1UGrDiI..nw 'I8! Ek* r sd-Mam..JlN */ .*.m.rf.B4;Sdi, i .J& Cldf e4 a .w.J)
Bllli.rl Bovling :Allty., Ora Howard, t 'The *' 45'Rooma.with''Addition W.:"walker, i "
Ta\let' Counsel. // is ordered that the' saI4jeteudantr.do j jdlden and Caroline Haoldea. lib wife appear and Augusta appear aa SWW 4t i
Howard Buildfngs,Market square. < /. ,t. j t .appearSn'd:f answer the Complainants Pill and al Parlbbrs, Diafafr* Setting Rooms,and 'con answer the Bill 0 r Complaint Filed In this cause, Complaint filed/it this Cause JK tbJa. Dr'JI"iubs .
Bowling Alley, Lijuori ,and RtfreiKmentt, by i amendments thereto.,within four months from the veniences in general For A QmIJ1IOC.latiDnca9- within Four months from"the dale of the publication (rom the date of the Publication ofthis Ordefor the ..1 '61

1". DraJler City Hotel. t date hereof,otherwise the same shall be taken pro. not be surpassed. 44 of thJs! order,or the said Fill will be taken for confessed Said Bill will betaken Confessed against j him f'-..'
- PUKp Come Retailer Liquors Refreshments, (:confesso. The weir earned Reputation this House against then .' And it is further Ordered, that Publication of 0

&.c.'JCharlotte: street, opposite addier" Bowling!* !I,; And it is further ordered that a copy of this or- has from Year tq Year acquired{it.will be th' And it ia farther ordered, that Publication of this this} Order be made in some Newspaper published < cjf..rp
4-. .' [ der be published once a week consecutively for four ProprietressMrs. DAVIS ,i aim to sustain, and Order be mado in some newspaper published in 'this in this Circuit once a week for the rtu.;

.- months ia some N wspaper published within this cir for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns Circuit once a week for the space of Jour Months Months. TH&MAS DOUGLAs7jad/c. quant
OFA1IE ,
i STAGE CUlt. her tbariks. THOMAS DOUGLAS; Judge, &c. A true Copy. p. B. Bwus 4.)

Office. ./ lAe Pleola'a1laif-, .B, ierit7 I,. THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge, ice., $e. The Table'will be supplied: ) with choicet Certied to be a true .copy. j& Clerk C. a St. Johns Countr. -1.frShouo.,
otel. ,Certified to be a true Copy. ,* P. B. DUMAS,-Clerk, c. c. ST. jonss' co. St. AtgfstineJuIy. 19th 1851. JiO'ck
Turtle Fish Uucks .
\ Game Oysters, Venison .
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: ,I .. Witness my Hand and the."Seal of said Auguat9185l. --- ; boo
Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time "
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!le'wJ"t4thic CAurclFNorthside Monumen P. B DUMA* our ..Rivers'and, Forests abound. Two or HEREBY 'GIVEN that Ornn
Executors oti'ce. ,
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nitre. C. C. & JolnfCouuty.i' more Hunters, sporting excl slVely for this IS made the will be .
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I tfClerk weeks after date I intend to apply to to Judge of the EastVm Circv.itI
lp 4c01lal Chureh. South side Monument square. Fchrtary 15th, "!!Sl. 4mos. House.. S Four Judge of Probate of Pmnsra.tounty for an I Florida by the Petition of James Edward..Admin. $)O d
Prttfyirrian Ckureh. On St. George. street Horses, CarriagesrPpnies Guns Fishing trator .f the Estate of E. jlOba
$ order decree for the sale of the following described 'I M Wanton deceased
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J South of dlC square. 'W9 D&m n=. : Tackles. ,Boats, for Excursion,&:. ." tract of land or so much thereof shall be necessary and George Wanton, Philip Wanton, sad Charte: 100 III'J4Idoz
street, '
MttKoditt Epitcopal House.Churl St. George'. i .e ENGLISH ANQ AMERICAN I. Very Respectfully.. to supply the deficiency" of personal assets for the Wsnton.heirsat, Uw of..*E.M. 'Va ton. deed.. I

ocar. the ,Magnolia. i 'I CG W mI f3r& l1 S. \, ,.. .PROPRIETRESS.f .. payment of the jpst and lawful debts of Joshua HicS- thirty days from this date at J hi chambers in the City btt ceo
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'uffwiil One ofSt.AttgttsttneatlOA-M. for *
# man deceased, tract of Two Htradred atithority to ndotsttleai
CIRCUIT fill
4* 1'ERiJS OP: OURT EASTERN UD UTAIL IT '. B.-It U the wish oS the real estate of said Edward
I 5 4 1 nPLUALE BKACp ,: the Pro- and Fifty acres plfrchaKd by said Joshua H&man. M. Wanton. cited. *
OFFLORIBA.trmya. .' ;ENGLISH; FRENCH, AMERICANAD : prielre that the Senranta attached of.John M. Bowden, aDd called Spring ( tote.- j; to wn ;379 1-3 acres on the West aide of River fit.' Jun

TEEM. % ,. "'GERMAN % r to the House ,hoQld o, chit, atten The other tract purchased of :William Gardi er I Johns adjoining John Sanders' Plantation 470 1-3
For the Countiea of Orange and St Lucie, at Mel, & 4 JII4. tivc,and obligingI .. .. '' containing one hna
i onvilleToa. the third Tuesday in April. J .> DRUGS, MEDJC1NES CtEMJCALS.. .. .I Fresh.i8 ppUes. Lintenj,situate on Lake George in said County, of Cunningham,and 30tJacrel a:, a place called Cot N
th? county Putnam, at Pilatka,second Tues- .J' Branch East
For PBRFpMBIJ.Y..J' inteipelted of St.
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.1 received chr. Mary Ann wliichall persons take notice. on John Rif r. Dt Pro
per from
+t) ,RoTihe; ",county',,:- sf Marion.,at Ocala. fourth Monday 1 I .i VANNAIf!; q .4 ". JUST the, Tollbraingr articles viz ,, 'WILLIAM. JOSOTA.UICKMAN, zecntorlft GEO. FAIRBANKS, .

.' S i Particular attention }paidto replenishing English and Crackers, Butter, ;Lad. Hims, Bacon,Cheese HicdrAjr,'deceased. Aupt 9, ifui. Attorney for Petitioners. .t! eo
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\ 'Counties of Alachua and Levy, at New.-': American Ships J/edidne, Chests! according to Potatoes, Onions, Teas SURars.tFIoUr, Rice; Ji1yl2thl851.S. OJ' '' : No'fl Js:41.ters
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gondayln fday. ; Beans, Spices Soapr:,. illay' Choice Groceries.
gjnil1e.for the COUfltI of Columbia, at Alligator, on the AGENT/or ftlessis. Louden &Co.,Phfladelphi! ; Corn Oats, Brand, Porter w41e. Brandy, e FUST.2E0EIVEEV! -mp-Oil Onions'Soap, Irish; N Potatoes S AFI1E, :lot(of Batter Lard, Cheese, jaorted .!Jitar.; ,

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