<%BANNER%>

NEH UFSPEC UFPKY LSTA SLAF



The ancient city
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00074
 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: February 15, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00074

Full Text
'V ... ,_-." -
._ _, ,

,, .' ". ".. .. ,0,-, .,-,' r _

!W / _
,
I ji.
.
! i. : / :
-
) 4
I ,
Ji- ,
I ) /1 ,
: : .
1. ;1 -, .I

. 1/ ..L 1 i I!..',L' i.l\ f j } ." ) < J "t 1 ,., ', 4 ".;/,,- \ 1 : _. I ,' \'


I". .
.
\ \ .
\' '

...-.. .-- ..-... -,". .,. .. ,' f., 1 ,, ". w. -- ... -, v'-... -. ,.'''.'. ..- -.. ._'-..---.JIt., '. ." ._. .. ; .".,.' .. t',
-
, r4.1, f' '....4. ..4 a, ., < n : *..H,. .hH ; z41. :f" t' : ..,, t .. .,IT1. Ti1 1 lO' } l .J ,n. 'v. :, : ".. f4 .,:, f1:' .,: "m. I.tiJlit .'. _. 44r

, \. .-.1'. ,"." tt.1' : '..jtf ..\. .", ." ,". ,. ).. .".tJ !tt1.I, j' "rr 4' J'?1M'U: ; '.1, .' '., 'v r ,Oi. I < ., .. .t' ,.,:,f";. ., L 1., ", .'. t/. '' .'' ,.'.... t.. '. ,' i". ,'9.t1";, '" ", 1 ',
'
"
.t..it.J "J .. ?. .:
; iI'H
:: : '
.* : ")t ..f.,4,.A..M. > .i:. du'I'1t,1''II. ( t.. (r1 1 "f' ,'tHto1IH", .. ,"" ""f A' ,. '"' .t .'.1" \ .. ..,. .'_. .1.' .;" ", '. .!,, 1I. .. .bpIwI ):': ..." ,Ii
; .i.\
lUll '.' n < t .' ,.. .. j II ;. .. '. .t it c' 1\
.. -.. t I' 'J' i' ) I' t '. : "I : .'JIII.. f"'n" 2j. : "J. : :. { '
1 .. .-i \. '
''I''i' HI- ,; :, : : 1 1. ? 't.
l.t..j.h
IWt 4AaSfl 1: t .. t.; : :
. Ili".t- ,. .
-
'._".8'1".,"_- .t. t." e. H'"' ,, ,;. # i ? +' *?> J": > .4: 'v Ij'I
"
I4 T : : : "
.
II' I < *Aff.. ;. .% vAT'L \ > ,* .' /- > ( I ,.
., ,\.At ( 4 afj.. I I-I; Ii I p 4 j $ S..1'1. '.*t.',.'* -., 7ft' S

_. '.. 'i1 ,'Ih .., k A .. .": t "
.
t, ,." :, '. '., ,. I
". "I tI ) J :L.'
.
.' .' I f< ;!j m .
"
it
.f ., 'i I : _. -v ,.'".:.... 1
I &\.:, "," ,\t. .u. : ')-. .AV" .

.w.1 t : .. ., fM"r; .. ,' ,: -V .
.. : ," .l-.o. .
., -
.
bfr. '.II't.. "f I ? '. -t< --a
.
.. C 1fl'.Jr.! )" '
0 Id
-S. 'h14 .1 J't'.. .'I 0' I ". .., (' lL'l : '.
;
'
.. ., . I
'A" E Jo ,_ I .t J"HII'f. V. ., .L .
.. '.. .. 'I' 11 -' :
1 tt II 4 .11 t r j. ;::4IIt f' .4 r :
t ,( -- :'- ,_ I. ._. . ,. .
---- ----C--: : ___i_: _- ___4--._____-, --\ J._ __I --l.P-_ r '14 I i eFEBU '. "
----
-
-
; ., .. -
J 4" %- .0'
'o \ll .t 4,11"L .1 .L.\J.IIR\'I\ # .

& ;:11 .--. .? t ..*; ;. '. '.r" .S :Eio. : ::; .- VARY_ 15tla 1859. ( rio.7

'" ._L'': ,,: '.; : .' .' ,1'1 I ., _,Ii"__: _.__. '1' .4 4 C" ; .
T : -. ';:-.. r '. -- : ... !_ ,, ,- .- -- ." ,' .- T' .-____:.;; ... ; .. -
J. 'I' I.\ n-' \ "*< V v n r I', : .: "
-
I ; r'Y' ,\+-TUC J OtuoiiulLlN iUPIfMT.r ixwli>ltV i.-i ,- .f.' ., .TIIE PAUPER'S pE.\'rubErl; '* 'I'I t LvcuLAw1NcAtwoaNM.. : 1 I me'!!for Go'ili. Rfikci'savc; nn innocent man .!1" Iy up In the air, hardly struggling powert .
t ,"' Tho-speaker, went no further be could saT ful the
Is :
PUL1flID, Jv.E.&c.J.Y\ Trend "! ;{yr7Jtaw Jh,JitatJlf> 'I w'"v hal kept her ,free arms
.;,4 V E at AT U,RD A Y. ***.-/. I In rerer" t Jt't1,1' fCtW- ,. correspondent ,of f tile Nr\Y York Journal rjotfiinx so effective as that! -but nt oncn put. "tiffly pressed ngalnt her side. There she
8Yi ::1 "** :Nft1Muldnbf.lI. doth''utI- J'I! r '*". cl CoVprnerce,. writing from Opbirf Placer the vote, and for the moment experienced the hung over that foaming river-between sky
SIT \
L VEST( AMJCir
,'hj Vc'| npinurwrln.1'lKrul'' -,' ';n 1', 1. countr, 'Iftycsthe. following fearful 1 incidents highest( pleasure, of life,,when n largo rnnjori and-earth the mark of the deepest. disgrace _
.4f. 'Dtrwo. ,octLLl.t.ft&uAv. AD'f..uttit.., I si ._.. ": mnnectod'wjtir the enforcement of this law ty ;,concurred udelneringthe. prisoner 'o rtntfif' upon all oy/alr arufe. ,
n Jj.I.
___ ow i6' 5T
: __ ._ ;. r jif -A,_. .
j fd a 'T .-t-- I J A. 1- J I --- i 1>!* .MT .... *." .**i Hl.fMM 4fiem t,( ttx r : c ,. r .' '

___.______ !al1&1C o.r rrg n MIt } Q.b- en. r w." rrtUg- tti,
'1flTh-hiitrrevcii hce ;" '' ', l the mghtw1)rto) Ai iburnAhe cuttrtty'tk.: .
.
ourj blindness" of Lynch Law. mat be found in ihticircmn&imcfs grapnppean L'1. thePrench papers-On "
Iaron. u4MCt % fI1 bE I2itIeIoT noU'es iwI '1"I'fc.W pnc |In that I.Or. .nt.I-. under which my debut was Theral remained with him while forth well dressed1\ y, discovered banging f'rpma

sid Oii| ; by ih.-ii pnliry bed- ., n.ulc"; in Ophlr. After being twice burned out defence. This was! short work, for the' tree on tho road from Versuillcs to Sceaux

I r. 2Wt"win "'Urc.\cr.;. luau. Ihou. t.ilfiee nnd.business in six weeks nt Sao .'rnnlcisco cxutninMtion was decisive. HO was di- the following li-tler 'was found :'Those who

.ncn't. I,1 tln' ggRr'd roof I was traveling thrJlu h.the middle conn-; charged.much shall discover my body sw&y.Ing itself at the
tc1w. .
Pxuted reaonab1e misnomer
this
be on for blindness! of
: impulse of tbe
winds
..".' .1 IA J* ,t 1 ics ot'tHe b rtlkra district jn enrch.ofn pro. \ ,as those formerly suspen
.
? i'lhd"lh.kcrphi".r.tatei: .', called "Iho PeopleV Justice.Voul4 that fed to tho
;- J I fit h'lIsiunnt"locntion, Alinoat tho firsj thing I gibbet at 31aJnta con, willno doubt,
'
('dl--ticiastW: rlrp51i ii.,; UO.t !. ( r-nJ crtlwdEnlor ptfclIJ-all" I; i' ,.. toard nfler'mv nrrivaMn Ophir was the news I could stop here, nnd sny nothing its sitvage feel; either terror struck or moved with piiy,-

,.c1111 'Cattle 'trrfrn'K" O. l 1u4 -nn VIiI rd"lIdcml hat in un hpur'a timun..man.was.to,bo tried cruelly But I think; of a reprieved Bentili,' they will exclnfm,'another victim of
InrceiVifliiullic city of $t. .tUfl. This j't1tcc gnte.i. and prisoner In his cell tit Sonoma, suddenly 'wretchedness or grief.' be'
.. .jJ.i". 1.t1' hunt for stcaHiit t !, nl n Jitily; village about They vill mistaken
,1 aroused tho sweet which his I
lute from sleep' re* [ -have
,. mtlo distant. 1 "Jc always been perfectly I
? lint n tliougbt of hY80 Jus. happy
; .pavr-mcnt, dump! nnd f old, 'H,<" '.i prieve hnd brought him by the, midnight irriiption fee that with !
oU
lie iJor.lcnd.1J1 li4 Mayer ...
tkfit1iLf44. 04uN11i1 :. 'J'b.l. from and after tin ''ne :Silent; 'woman irtiinds. "t. c>" ',** scalpel,-plrtc<>hunting'-j' like myself, fell l Into : ot' ,duzcu armed' and disiguiscd men; and it Is to avoid the slightest pain the most ,
I'tHocf'of itf vr4iiiicc: r it ,f!lla;! JIO& !* lawful. riyr' LitHl1t-\f, b m"ngrnbtsndfr, ... ,:3'! : ,ho crowd ',which,streamed 1J0\vn'lhe 1ayin :- of hi..m'fuenar: cry for mercy, and then petty annoyance that I have determined to
liorwr.JK/c, Kcljl ipH) or jiiule nor, for of liis' 'body _as it hung 'stark and cold from put an end to life
$ !ng A.djiiighead. .. ,. Three hours bcJtm,/.tho, prisoner was H, free my This! may appear
ir tiiwf nffler. 1)U ox or calf to ron oilflrjc.. .' ; .; S and uiftflfnifd millNow he rnl on a !oi, tie beam. 'I think, too,',of,the wretched horse ibserd, but Ian of opinion lhat when one has
) ihittirt. qJ!\W'tfily; vT Xt t. Aocnuta"u.nJ,1peiIItToC jhe .. mTn1i I .*, I ..smtnd. -., .f.P4i '. iinrnovuble! whh'out eVen casting nn' periclly ()cca thierul' Monterey;,whoso dungeon: aLso wasit3rei lived comfortable for more than 60 one ought ;
OwDoMfff'lSr'thfrTrrrt' bTtritehrf l I for nit IrK : 'down
vrneja by tha knocked to havo
niglii jailor had
enough of life. I
k< 'Art iifant-tiItni6na .'"*- f-W Jt. ionul klnneearo nd upon his Eunrds..lIil'whulq. was not an
on, fcubifqurnt offence TVo Dollart upon ilicowri: "L. .t soul aud ,will Jnccnt rnted in bimsolf.nd and gdgi'd.the. prisoner fore- d upon h'is knet-jr, Inhabitiim of paris; I therefore think it will
.tl'\ :
; hall 1x1 iriellrf6l "'ofibe A.t'tb .t.rlf.8'd fn:I. 4" .m
( u\"d.ft
nwke Ih !
r rtO jr afjultr'tDat death bo
posture, slowly strangled impossible to know who
hlii4Ja "hall br lawful friuytotbeirno'tD .': ) W uiiLibenn t ,' UIt'raYnl n niosl inflexible will, breath, 1 nrri. Beside
Mai fJuI.1J11heH' i
Ciiy lfo ". f''p gp his with a common riala I An axe' lay hear by, I have ,takeirevery precaution for ,
from jliin. tight lips) Ilia.massive .brq'Vl'tnnd'tllll' insuring <
Ukc nnyfiorw,- mperrUiqtu1t .lUg '
'oyl .Jh IJI !lng..g Ot1tl "lt\vbuld
< .t.t.Oh't.1. ; life but have inflicted a death of too' this; and, if the 'last wish of a dying
still man
rut face com
tU squrushirly os
'.rid '
or IRa I.. nl o r tow, heifer.
bi&oor ,c8f ioaaJ mmihs Unlirze' contrary, Ohtchr neni-Oh! wortIrou'. chDngc '" sculptured .in" mnrble. "'Thd. fcchefaf expression much, th'r(?)'. .Moth jug but the slowly swollen mands'any; respect, I entreat that no inquiries .

to-l"'lprodsl0Q or &lull / .rdiunce.t .- < ". "! Dl\r.t "re the priw .blrt4.;. ;VT1lsnurnriit ,! : : eJlulfenture was.nol unpleasihglf h face the burbling eye; the out-lolling tongue, may bo made on the subject. I left my

sfsrer..rdc4ncd. That I.t..thelt be tbdoty he/r *o loWt j.s *". will innocent, ho hL&cyAd'nt1y bound,himself t would satisfy; thu objects. 'of these fiends.I .- home after sellingtverylhlrig, and ,giving out
.jlbf.City iUrfbnU Fnrii4aly frfurtbe, '8 vithin'hiit will to stare upon death without I 5aocking. howing as those canes are* beth that I \Ynll starting for a foreign country. My
.n f'JtUfJIZrcl, and nov ..
ti lU>;pp or'dflir of $or horw.mAtr.Ce Ccydnd llib Etars'' fl "bler.chinc und give no triumph to his judges.t 'I
) 'f. cyJi r, ulC.ap-ran( cqW" IeiferbutI os t ,,. H .rH. ** I, ho was guilty, thtJ Q.w"* that 1ii.hs4fttco murderof young girl at Djwnkvllle far up whirib it hat produced will have yesterday

or'c1foud. rnnmn; ntlorgr. to give noiicc totrwwt .e. Oh' chr.nfp..-stupcndnnn-chnngc: .which showed. tttnt ho would die likea "H, at. .in thd tn OUlttlns'lit Yuba county. reached the hands of an honest father of 'H
thrrcof. retain mcrilor I iShc''if as a Mexican senorita with all the family whom it
ercr1te per ant to e. Ian dug." will render happy. I have
)rtire'/ldJIng, colt or znule.' ow. ticiffr kullv ox -l'.prt.Ii. jHl-p uullcfc-s clod ; I passions and frailties'which attach Ihcrruclveitu jni man. cd that he should be .ignorant of '
The sun tt rnni.| ,brfikaThc'riVw The meeting WQ* called! to order nnd the .
etlFRn fetichpenalty and slIrpeeeOr'kpIng .t thut race. One day slip stabbed a man their source. Having no further business In
sbflbepsldto tbe prron taking op Ine bathe *. Wnkcs i inmiortftlvnkc With -,' b .riRI; ( commenced, just out oftherisiiner's hetrMl tsu that he died in ,a short time. Public lhi. world, I: am going. Good bye! (Signed)
Jmllecl.'rhlt tiotrrinir 11\1e\n 'nm ed. shall tr ht God. ing- / reclined. .classically ti| on_the.side of dninton. .' varies ns to the enormity of this An Original.,
.tr\If'It.tO'prevent hor e..and 'cattle from bent 'q' j I I' ___ h. ridge, tnd ucliponueil in a contused man ,crime.- Some -assert- that (iuw-aj"'u wanton

drives thrdgh th* etreeu to pnttomge ,in charge of 'LATER PlOiI MRXICO.: tier ur.un.hu prisoner's! guilt and punUhment, .and ircache.otusattack ; others consider it 'to GxssESDi. -Gassendi.thece.'obrated: philoso
ac.npeisLdriverorwnb s y.r10 bring them at thiS 'same mho. The loser of ih, money .have been; murder under circumstances pher, was of
Tho ewOrionnspnreM'hrtvei'dnte5! an ordinary perhaps, one the hardest stu.
fjromVtru
iul cr re.CTiDJ. them from the city ; and any and till who knew ur had h'ard anything about dents that
of insufficient but considerable ever existed. In
: general, he
free perron of color, guilty tof nuy of the offence Cruz to thu 4Jh] ulu, nnd Irani the city ofMcxjcutu it, ,weie, cdkdta. testify. ,No oath was admin aPthree ofclock roso
>'cation while affirm the
; that the in ,and read
for in iUk ordioacr may I* Chipped by the.aii, ull.| ': : provt many morntnlt or
pravidtti htcrf The witnessed were requested to blow was struck in defence of her nagulnts' wrote till eleven4 when, he received the vials
number.of Tlicc. untry i b |) pcrll
orleioflhe boU5h
aDd receive gfnRfntfquic {,| there
Ia'pr any : I
rosy ( promise to tako an oath' her nf'cr as. to thq a drunken assault The better of his friends. He afterwards
opinion at twelve
hslira not exceeding Tvent ;or C01l1l ute.we. same have b*'en lucnl (disturbances in vnnuiH nla-- truth of saliT-f 'herewii ru cross ,
'a 2D.U ThS hiiwdVdrV-11 what'they 'as tar as 1' can learn that the killing was. made a ;very slender dinner at which ho .
pot 01 r. cei soon:
bIYln jcuiiprc.ssc'd. But I h not the'1' tience to t
I vxamitutiiin. \vo
.fines unlawful but under'piIliattng circumstances drank nothing b water, and sat down to _
That alt
S. r ,
o : lie it Jartl rdnd. rrcov ;-We barn fr rri the Trait { hit the this trial.guilty,5 '
rrfdforavldtatlonofthla( prdinancej fliull o'4)ne 1 'eWCftflEfJl. WAV contiuuin; .the work! of cr- ouh/ough. jhe.dt-tHiU ot execrable. 'It u' of little cbnsequerice to ini'present pur- his. ,books again at three. There ho remain* ..

4W&&to Mi'' MpfBg.,1tTt'bbff. $*rst&kotwsrwon ennizntjt n. Tho pnp.'ta tMrM-* ___,revu .' nmJdLllluL when it bpaWaaAbom.J.o WBS suggested Iffi tbat, prpnQncedt the prison- puse to examine into the degree crime. vlam ,I ed till Mght ,clock! when after having eaten
. fiial',orcV "t 1>inrrn*'& D' the aspect nf nffnjrs.op, ibo Rio should*be br6tJtht'b fur llie.m. with libcr.r', 'merely .to'relate how a woman was punished a very light 'supper, he retired to bed at ten

afcdllx 'tf Half to', ibe''b' | Fund' 'ormbcyorStAuge : Grahdi'. They'consider iHe danger thc-o.en vr lo makonncxplanation m'.fefehce. The man by unlawful hands in this.high noou,ol tho o'clock.Gasspndi! was a great repenter of
tine:' lirely nt nn er.d. Urhprt Kent1 ati. official 'rc. .nit.eieentn century. verses in the se\"ernl.lanJtuagel with which
ru.edinCounefl.3anUflY13J. IR52. port slating thru Cnrvnjitl had lak.*n refuge was accordingly' brought forward, and' put up. .' It seems that un example was needed in he was conversant. He made it a rule every
/'GEO. L. 'JLLtP8.1b.or.. on hime1f\1or. \ his' before that crowd ot
dtp
'.d. Downievillh. Little'or hud fallen day to six hundred. ,
retribution
Ho
/0' within tho Any riran t(? ,ritqry n| n place Under the no repent could repeat
Attest, a called Uribeno. 'This cwncides 'with the re judges. circumstances, it was aj, ( upon former murderers .in that vicinity, six 'thousand Latin Y vorses besides! all Ljicret-
Ccnncil.An
.Qi..AS.___HA_ ACER,Clerk oflhe. ,hurl,... 1'nreviousli'-receivwl._ __' _'" ---.. -... ,'n hut_.. ..it._!- ,will n.. hrv__ .rr._ striking scene.' the others He seemed but there ns ignorant native as the and unfortunately happened, that the deui us which he had by heart. lie used to says j
I majority
was a
had "that it is with the
friends in while
collected was subsequent!v contradicted i man many the city memory as with all other
ot mind in his which
Ord1inflevtI1aIIflg provlslol1 by '(':1n: 1jltl himself. Tho ibduced 1/uifT of strpiiKth eve, shone out the girl elided no sympathy. Her nation habits. Do you wish to strengthen it or prevent -
llitt xpcn'c% of ,Ino City-oft / 'in more .contempt,(ban anguish upon those and of character its being enfeebled
Gen. AtriiintIII! continue In torco at Mala was despised, sue was a as it generally hap
.
AnlCchalne for IIC *cnr 15tlt'&ty ,who s'ood around, silently doo-ning him todl.lth when i il '
moras.nrtd IIIMO importations riro taking paebunder which always draws more companion than pens a man growing old exercise it
0 ZIf She .Mnor .d Aldrtaera oj : Ho nUemptcd no argument, not having .
friends in Califiu nln. The many.ht inon continnally, and In n very early lifo
.Gerrttlvo bad as
its been get
in Council tud>Udt operation. strong "' .
of St. .b;u"ilt'. lie ird the evidence ; but desired simply lo "
ater'cried "Blood for blood verses by heart
suppliee for the .1 ly fortified in prv'er to *ccuro thn town against many nsyoq can.thev amuse
Tbttiot the purpow ofraUing yen- slate, for tho upholding of his good name, afttor the
Tho Mountain is situated the nvnd nnd keep it in certain
hundred and fifty.two. the ful. I future attack. Il was, said that the : City At confluence degree of
cue thoneand-fislu levied their his life.was gone, that he was sleeping at : of two branches of the North Yuba, elevation that inspires dignity and grandeurot
Taxes thall be a8C-eJ.. an4..coUecled. insurgent during temporary occupant the
lowing the lime theft must have been committed, "
h'ad'completely l sacked the place, nnd Vsubscription and connected. with tho.opposite bank by sentiment.
ba II t.o BDY : cy
and was innocent in in"deed. His
thought 'as
Oiy t1 able bodied stave1ong. tn'ieWents, was on,foot in Monterey for the a long bridge. The cord was, thrown over across The principles of moral conduct that he has
.iJbfti( .ilJ (11\' h\WI tn 1le ages f'.fife. n and benefit of the inhabitants.; On the depnr. ,'words wore abort nnd plain unirnpassioned, beam in the middle,of thjs bridge, and laid down for the direction of his life wero to
yet. eloquent undetiant. but calm, ,nnrd: and thither the infuriated multitude known and fear God not to be afraid of death
I frfy..U*year-. We fre***tff-fat* ,lure of Ur.inu'n brigade for the Rio Gratidf, : hurried their ; ;
lilA ewy slave I1flgingO'i: 'oftreiaent or this rouble had broken out in the Siera Gorda.rnUt self-sustained. lie, then withdrew, and left frail victim.Her bearing was haughty' and and to submit quietly to it whenever ifahould
tttnelbr Wrewtenricei L' TetfDollaru jtQ tho Inft account*' 'nil cause of alarm I his life in 'the hands ot tho peopled Jury.-. composed in tbe highest degree.: She was a hnpp.in; to avoid idle hopes, as well as idle

every able hId Free person -r e6lor, malt ms not at nn end.. It will be 'remembered Heaven save the mark beautiful girl, but neither her beauty or unusuaL fears ; not to defer 'all to morrow any nnde-

.ocfrpti1e i befwren the afcra of .fifteeq 'and Cfty-five< Hutajlertho warbpiween ,this country andMixijjpfthe I The opinion of the crowd was divided as to roundness of form, excited the slightest taking that may 'be fulfilled to day; desire

$'tl\l r'l f i / *" SjerraGurdu; .was tho vc nool'n thq,measure of punishment. I Some, and they compassion in.the majority. nothing but what is necessary; and to govern

..*' 11 ,rbeelileasttre .carnage. drawn' 1.by. :irotracU'd revolt, which required all: 1 tht jcner-' : were the most' influential- and active would Al this 'point of Ine proceeding a young the passions by reasons and good sense* ,
. .opeboejAe-D'4lJr. '''. .' I tl I and of the Govcrntnc'nl jfor' Its -' hang )him outright. Many were m favor of lawyer' mounted the budge railing and denounced I
.Do: t f1l.QI1f 'heel arrage drawn by poe bOTC4Tw.D.isrt. ItV> power. : suprcssion. hanging torn mom ntthen lowering him,down, the whole affair in words bt more bit MORMON

: ; / i" f .* and i iepc ting the operation until he confessed ter justice jhari discretion. He was( not suffered POLYGAMY.
ft'rfttj four wheflcarriaRC drawn* 'b1.'% 0 ,aofIfourDoUor A slight's'hbclr'orn'rf carlhquakc'was. (bit at where he ,had hidden the mono,. < to'speak long.. A dozen hanJs Dulled JOBS Hardy, an Ex-Mormon in :he Boston
1f *. . Onjncn tjnIhti 0thvnlt.' TraJUcriDt. makes the follnwinar__ nrnn-n .nf.
: t.OTTeVery n. ----
hfr.liorecs Dot The.prisoner. taken in procession to the him down; and 0.mant feet were vigorously the vice of (> -r--
Blrc
Ti.iNe.kFpt for ?n # poll gamy,among that sect :
ktPNH ft'I 11 1\r.\ t labor. JFtffr C,,f.." A tcvolutionary: movement hns broken out sumiiillof a hill near by, where a fine old oak applied to him along Ihe length of the bridge. In regard to polygamy, it has been preached

*,\.--1Jt ft fur tier ordained, For evFry Ucenfe nn the Isthmus of Tchuantfjwc,. headt by cast a broad shade' from th. setting *un! A When t-pon the, opposite bank he waa f'oroid among them for years; and if it were neces
tofcVrerkrtp .ny nn,l every Cart Dmy'Wftgctn ex-G.uvcr Jl/axirrm' ,Orliz. .A' fusiUde of cord, bnding in the "hangman's knot" dangled den to enter Dovrnieville again, 'under penalty sary, I could give"you cases of the separation
fir Jarr.t.t
for rryilfror ttuni-portlrJg for hire or nWIT .Good. 11)ulthe Govprnmcnt troop-i under :hecoinmttild 'was cast about, bis neck.' Before tho signal Even the perpetrators of ibis outrage should families, the demoralization of woman up
Wawt/orMercbaadit* or any other property from ; ol Gov .Mdgin nt: the 5cnd of that was given he drew a small purse from his bosom lave been suamed into common numanity by by some of these twelve young in this city

en?place to another within ,'ibisciiy :at,.ibe wteoiSif .il'IO| the'1iruitr.d *porscd,h ring one of their and gave it to a. friend for his wife at the next appeal. A physician, well known in and vicinity that Would almost apostles chill, the heart's(
DfLlert per enxvm I Icuder8fnatned Lopez a prisoner in thn hands ionv, charging him at the same time not to the place stated upon his protiuuional reputation blood.

j,ft 3.Jk M fsrtker 9rdoid> That jectJo v two, of tlie.nuihontit*. lie jmineJiaiely nhoV write tho mode of his death, or, if she should and mOat sacred honor that the girl They loach and avow that
thoe.fow, .sixf evrnatid eight, of the Oftlinancetaakug \ are not informed of the number of killed enciente. and demanded openly marriage!
for
for chance to bear of it, to say irom him that he wan hen\ tho reprieve porformvd out of that church are null and void .t
and
provision .for tbe cxpencea. paying the, nod woun'tcd in this dropcrate action! ; but difd innocent. He then knelt on the sw-rd, which was always granted by the merciful nnd can be broken. at the of ,. .
pleasure eitheror.
thf>,debt* of the City of;t. Aoffurtine, pauL tvq do not suppose that the soil of 'rch Jnn- law of
common England in
tld oOIarch 1&43, and also aections, two,, near. the edge of the shade, and when the sun even/ the both puniest .There is particular order
diy
X .'* ** Ilc fur of the Ordiaance making prqMqnoribe I tepec was reddened with.the blood of many Wrapped him in its yellow ray. offered up 'a darkest ages and most barbnrousperioo.. ,But or system about it. Th* -* -. "h.(j'
pftlo cbntcndipg hosts. Ho fair and Tio 1 to a murder I 'rurat tu glu to to" '
: qpR e d'.tbe CUy.of 'SJ..Aq"iin (" *, last prn vor." prayed for fdmUy. roy manage secure" themselves the most desirable -
. .th dy"J.b*** ,.**51. aud,aU 4.hcror'c1WR' The papers, as ,URua), contsin: .Accounts oftlie'ravirpcs"of ( for pardon-to his executioners touching feel birth to another of the viper's! blood I They of the females that join the, church-; .
fta parti or hhlD&Tif aa t jtiak .i b"'ip t Ibo Indiansirf the State of. Du'rabjrnvOf1Mb ingly upon his.e'.rlr lfo and religious lessons booted the.idea Tho physician was ordered and, when tired of them give (hem over to the 4

" \ InId hf tWprtrirWcms ot this OrdiMncf:i icepij ; the, lrave"fbeen'' moro than given then by his mot er'\ Hitherto his voice I to leave town within three days for having laymen of the church, and not before. ,

_ neh aa may be f ricontfateot with this, b* and: usually audacious in their d predtition The had been low and strong, and he was evidently dared to disturb the majesty of the pco I know of one instance of a family from j .

' .be same art hereby declared to be In mil force. Siglo charges the Government wHh, indifier. laboring to keep every feature and emotion plo arisen to assert justice. this city, where mother. and two daughtersmere '

- Paiied. in Council December 6. 1851. erico and imbecility: for not, taking active under control; but suddenly he burst into nn Meanwhile the girl had been looking on ( children) were used as wives by one

im GEO. PHILLIPS' jJar.or. means to put a top to these ,disturbances, agonized cry, that his "stony' heart which he the utmost nonchalance. At the failure of of these anpoaties, Heber Kimball be at the .

tteIt. ind to give security to tho' livrs"nnd properiv could not sotten, might bo broken-broken- this last appeal, a scornful smile distorted! her same time'Uflng with his lawful wife know

CHAS.. HA ACER. Clerk of the Council. ,of citizens of that unfortunate.ecthri 01!r tirokl'n-_ //ivivrn__ !" nt_ the_ same_ _., limn_ eon.t'otvin ____- lip and .she at once bvgnn to perform the last I. of another casein which. P. Pratt. another.
n'n
...- _4 < :_. the IZepubjic. The paper says that unless en* vulsively.V.-T.V ; iis; head i thrice to thu ground, oinces for herself. The mania was removed of these 12, took: the 10iiorwlfe of Mr. Hum )

"I'; TO POSTMASTERS. srgeliq conservatory measures are -.800n taken with every feature working in the keenest agony from her head and given to her paramour, of tbis city unbeknown to Mm, and they have J

r'PsT QKFir UTABltfS. ltie whole State of Durango will soon barvduced lie rosa from Jbu ground. looked hard with a watch purse 'and' ornaments. Her lived as husband and wife since. But your 1

-*.""-- Jerwied, Postmaat r at Pleasant' Grove to a dfirl waste.f.. at tno .set hg sun, and closed his eyes. bend- black hair fell to masses over her shoulders, space will not permit me to enumerate instances :

.L:1::Anrgtuay ( o. Maryland,'was,the first person irtr(47i. A trot,took plo Intho city of Mexico on jng'his neck over on the cord. but she calmty"grasped: tho nooie. danglingnear of that kind that ba come to my personal

" ..8. who cooceived, andnbdertook extejiwvebiSh the 3tst tilt., on occasional n bull fight, in The rnrm of the spectators were pot wholly b. a'nd passing ii:around her neck, concealed knowledge. Instead or polygamy, it should
tlp_ .tbe idea of typplyiog allpott ofEcea will which spmo Spanish torrent were lo ahow jfiff I: unaffected ,by this. The tlmo had come, and \ tho hideous knot beneath :be thick full be termed liceptiousrtoss run mad. Any and

&sp ttarnps. AU stamps made bV hm} are
rrtted eqaI rtrperior to any otbtr that cyj btproevred words induced the crowd to draw aside for deliberation .J her hands might be left untied and free to substantiate by their own documents, and,
at tha and whenever anteWrat
tDI57WI7 I&&ptie11 defective orimratkfattorydnplk spy; There had been a disturbance pear the city und In that slate of their feelings, give the signal.' Strange -to say one they which did unimpeachable- witness. 1
her privilege but the \
; Ui ahtU .iM.lotwarded: 'on nortec; without :'of Puebla. Instigated\ by some notorious chartfrs it was' catv to throw iqto every heart a conviction grant one
of
made Van
A Dieman's
cases where the nerves not Land
cKsif ,AU AHurfcaariera ofaUrops.wrrHcniKr"w who 'took odvantage of,the popular' of Iho blind wickedness of the whole in wen journal says that a j
,
ii*S.atiIwo Dollar otdy- (for thirty piecetball *) a.:e1lngea the.tariff question. ome tel out, proceeding. Meanwhile, the prisoner was steel, would have' been the most injudicious of waterfall, which has a clear fall of 600 feet, "

bekeft te'.Ump*adlibitenu- .. > wero committrd before, 'the) ift. was standing ..alone, Jor the guards soon left him all. has been discovered in ra rocky gorge of the

.tAUJ'f"i "Port,;... Plcaant Grove,Allegheny suppressed.A rages A' more, serious. revolt bad 'brd- lo join"the /pass,.but instead of-attempting: an She then drew a bunch of rigaritas from Gray 3Iountstn, at a distance of' about 80

Ce !... ". ... ,. *. .' Ken but- fit ,Coatcpfc; pne. huQrcd! men escape hq silently.razed on the proceedings her bosom, and distributed. them amonz the miles from'. Hobart Town. ,i

- / .,.- ,, r .-, -r mfrched from that place npd look possession which ho could not hearrand then suddenly by-slandeia, reserving One for herself. This. The Lutheran- Church Lewbtown 1 1
1 IIO" .c. pliho city aT"Jil8 m.'The garrison of thocatIeDf nil stoicism t sinking away before Iu, .G r l. Moacn *ht1. yera.Cruz was immcdmtely lijp tel J springing of hope in his breast-ran towards from her lip wiio-Ml would do it again progress erection"and nearly completed, .11

.M.GJl9Ae"J o..A" 'and>Pdr-' ed against them. These insurgents'.deniari! -, us,' trailing the long rope from his neck, and )., th mdlilo.Sbe' did not finish the was supposed destroyed to have by fire been on the the work night of of 88th ult., .i I

fl4eita.1'4N4.I3.bm'i.; ded that tho of. indirect contributions t bursting into tba crowd, fell upon his knees, sentence, but dropped the cigarita. This an incen ';
-f Ac. &Irr, Cordiah. Claret Wine should not be system rocstabishcd.! *- \t before the speakers, with a loud cry of "83Vt' I I was tbe signal and 'her light form shot rapid ] diary. It was BMired for "m. .I
; B. E CARP. -.

) 1. ;


.t.ti. 1 I' ,.f"'
r: ; ". ; .i., H l i' ,


T .. t : '1 ; t !I. ,. 1: ,/I
j; '
4" .
/ 1' l'' 'I i. -.S S : ,
I .j c
Y 1 ,1. : \ \ 'JT"fl" \, .1., i. I. 1.. J,r"' '
ii1S I J I '
\ J .1 j ,
: i I Ii .', I I, .

: i
i
S. ii
{ \ I i \. i .,

." _, : : '" 1 I. I .

",I.,,".".... r" ) ."._".." I IJ.,..IL..L,' .I'r1uJ..J..L ,"".i.d'.b .b*.."..JLr L.r*_'': ''.' ,. .J.--:' .:_- ::."-.- .-%__ ,1" .._. -- :-L, ". .-,1 L I ",_"'_" ".- .. L.JC' --,-_ '-. ,, .. '



,-r. '. '.,., ; 1, -: 'i' ,,- -'1::-.3.' .. "',h,-" '. f"F."t' ., ,:,; "' .,P, ,\. .", J11'' .._

rT : : :"-
.. .
'o
f : ) I .
'
; I't Ft I." ,: : i: .
: I Iit I ; !t t' I ';. j I I, ; .H- 'i
t 'I "
.1) : '
) 1 .
it 9t j !i tI I 1 \ : 4
it c ;. .
r .3.
l U I .. I ) J i ; I 1n 1 .
, r' ". :. :
I ti : .
r r I .,I //.i,. i .
., -
,i i .I .1- : \ .
I i iTllh
.r'I ,' II I- ,
I I i.,
:,..J'tl f .' ,: .
, t I
.1't I ..J. .
1 i .
-
-- _
,
-
: 1 = -
-
FLtlttlUA CO.YTEELECTION. !'r D malt Utlv,) "i I .' i ANCIENT : J : .ir. t The ear. ': verdict iu the! Fullest case it '

H. "I! refer to the Seiiut* Journ,. 1850, p. S" ( still a very promineul t.1rilClrCry .herr N o4 ,
4. to show that in the that act of that buiv i of
very gent'rulldisc d by old and .
ltJU 1J .
.
the teas enforced"-Extract from, p. 9. '' :,
EtU1ta4IF.dCl1N lilt MALLORY'S And usage 11,: Mallory the'tr recii.es particulars ot ; Itf The suggestion of the courtthut suet t trial ,.

STATEMENT. the ukcti in of sidcnt of the Sennto. 1 val- (reeking with libidinous details rendered,and .

' ] W The letter from the Picsidcjit pro .I. : : Jo di secied with the most detestable in Buteness. 1,

; '.; 1. "1 refer to the House Journal, full session. (vide Suppl.-mantal A'rcunent, p. 4S) wills ftjUAUTV OF FEDIRAL BICHTS AID .Jo- .) should be conducted with wine degree t .
': Ibid, commencing un the I7ih Novcinber at uiw that the question involved was one pieoratniction
CES1STASCC TO AU. able of pri acy,. end not txr publicly : :
JVIW reported
;
page I. ,It will here be wt nth.aihe House jaol usage. I "
consisted oi forty members, twenty one being 16. The"rule was ag:.in recognized du'ing 6; seems lo bV-worthy. ; the alien inn of our law,

r u quorum. When Ibis body met there were the svno elon in the ehvcii ars of a Register .AUaaSTlNB, FCBRUARVRail : fx.-cu 'mnkurs. -.i

I''I ivcmy-one members present FUflusoDVU twenty pur- #i'fleet a.niomcntiupon;' the. filet of this -,
nominated as Speaker, and, the first vote votes p. '.Roads '. '
upon trial those who
{, received twenty, one voting blank or not at all.Uo The election cno cited (Mr. Hojrue's) wan } / they ujxui tru just inclining to lhe.,
was ,declared not elected, anil Iho voting? not for ''Rcgl'ter of Public Larnls. It was f r We observe that;considerable : ) paths ot dmip.il ion. Mr:Fur rent has It8i(3ss ,;

i proceeded. Is not this pr ciely.thu c-initw. Clerk of the Sa'pfeaie Cute /, un let tho '''iJUittfconsliiutian. being bestowed upon the project nl admirers among the young men ofcaon AOIen-.'.;-:

tant's'position t"-I ltr61c. trots Mr. Mullory's to nf a Rail Road from: St. ilary* account of his fine acting and noble prr.' !$
16. *'1 enabled infnrmatiin quite: '
by
Statement 6. am ;
p. Marks.
soiml With
A reference to the Journal will show that reliable to answer the contain'* intern )(u- nppcurancr. nuinyjie fans bcva the if

; the whole vote Cast was twenty fur Forg son ; tor).rand to inform him up.. this point. The Our energetic colaborcr of' the i $ nhcr" beau idraLft n. man. Wcitoccording to the re*"' f
A5D THAT' twontr-nine blank "rotors intundeu to defeat this wooden t l cent verdict he has been an adulterer sad '|
r' SJ VjTKrjR B'.AXK WAS GIVES, project the boric, f i ; a fr* .
i nor any,,vote for ant other person. The voting him, &-*. They expre. ed nut assent but dis the past', re-echoes/the. ,ulneo ) !at 9 urn ter of house* cfa>si,'nation. Now wblle...;,'
"
;
being rCra'rocf, the rccoid? exhibits the sent. -Extract from p 13. '
loren'cs" and fears that t this' will ruin him in the opinion of
our MOM ,;
whole The uino for Blank
vote which was ca i. The recorded twenty- votes were pronounced
j f vote phowed, in lact, there was no quorum vo- by members 01 the Whig party ilal nro endeavoring to engross ;I 1 the will it nut lead m,ny young nien to regard ;

I .tin>', and therefore a call liiejiouse was had, 'exclusisilyt (except ho two members from lands to their own'benefit.. We lic'"cnt tusll'2 who more i..u1Ieuctnnd '

1 1. I before proceeding further with business. ,I KeyVcsi; who were elced: us D.-niocrats i that we think the alarm would \ admiration, limit before., fr seven

2. MTao text e sion of iho| General Assem and as they did no' expect to be able to elect A:nin, in agar I to the so called 'triumph
bly was convened in November, .1818, and a VVhi Senator and pres iit-.nl no cundidale, appropriately ded some > t of3lrs.1uto'st"I
> it te ,cd DIIICC when the charter of the; -rainly) think it ham timeetfi'rI .
i
throvgkxtt $ elid'urns the rul: teas aaJbraf. may reasonably supp' they weie ; and
iu her
Extract t.' p. 6.. I generally tndiff.rent, Tha law ,infer from was before the Legislature, dud cudorw 'f 'countenance Try '
Ono the that i their vote indifference and implies owen/ ,and has uI1ctOIIJ.LlulI atN+na-ndj amicy oflif "
of P.r l electinse S"enafe at ; believejjjiU the Ejis'crn voters.St .V GtaDtecUhalo.Iuu"tt011jlo- ,
r >rtteyt' g ".- bould ra j z ttt. ofUbe -mberiFand ie1'IUr.lhi.r' ,at -x
acsiiote S I I 'Scnatp ; J 1' .JmIUU'.U'iur 10 iJnd'ilii
Intelligence, '.they intended preaisely''wbatthe ) l Iock *
ottroslpt7. '_ hT i.ot ,ullh' (and by the tame rule hvr .
"
.who with v
3.ilr. Malloty siiics that tho.*:uton'd9claranr law implied from their act. Their ignorance one exception also ( ar lusband ougi.t's. b aye 1 b ec acqui tel ale I )

as the judgment E.ftlAo General Astern* oO law ought nut to bo prt turo -. But our own Atlantic & G ilfRaiI I but surely uu candid person who QMS de. .
a
11 lily, that Beard bud vojb iYcdtwenty.nlne Mr..Mallory is mistaken pe-haps, in theun- tl .
.
who, on joint ri For ourselves cent regard for the | rt prietietf of \iliib mil '
votes fur Roister of lands was qu to the motive of all tho Whig .nemtwrs. pect of any important work ol + '
e thereby duly elected pissed the Senate, butt '' 'a' scicu flout houie. his hou>. was rtudernl -
was defeated in the House. Sett 8. One at least of them who never at time ment and certainty ,
; -- p. any any ono of b) lift and h> r associates a scene of '
t It will be seen at,page 206 of the Journals from first to lost voting, voted o herwiso than the aid >o be derived from the almost con.tnni rt-vi-l and liCt'n... :
of the House of Representative; : that it did for Blank, states that ha was indifferent whichis Still,sue comes off nith flying C'olorl.ad

i pets the House upoa a vow by yeas and nay ; precisely what the luw inters. This fact provement fund will get along amd the cheer* of the lliou:hilcM nard frivmlous ,..:

I that it was therefore passel through both was communicated to me tit an authentic form tho last session of the Legislature iiiuliitude. More tLan this, ($ OO 1
a
I Houses, and fern hcd'a formal judgment of but is not used in the cusu because it is not amount of n lew thousand ( vearbcine too small a swan, as she a. rrtx,tu J

-' i the General Assembly upon the point Involve-! legitimate to go beyond the' record for proof to clear out the obstruction of ; wimp give her und her sister a decent Bring) the '
\ in tbe'pclent cane, which destroys ull shadow ot the mt aning of voters. i .
the Ocklawaha but jury vrrr liberally provides for the ruatin .
o UiU was >iT ;
j of ground for the I "Whereupon be (the Governor) issued
usage set up. I ( uanreof her uliar styleol
jo housekcrpiur
f 4. **Lei .UI now look into-alto session of 18 1. I to Mr. Mallory the usual certitfcite' ol bU tio'nal and tho legislature has not ; i un compelling the husband hum it has ,-
nvorced
In the first election daring the,stssion,as,indt-ed election the certificate being in)the form ol the fund beingJiltered away. i from her, Iu AliUW her $3,0 pcr nrnuin J r_",- J

j in each and every one, the rulu wan adheredto. that which the 11of Florida (tide Th. Dig. to say will be the response to : o t f ;
.**-Extract from p. 7. I p.61) prescribe for all officers elected invtbe Iixa, this |look like .'
tion from this quarter. Had the pom not putting: a premium., 1
f' In the election In the House of State including thai of Member of CcwyreMnExtinct .
Very-Jint ,,. Representatives : tires on dixi|>tituiii. and undue freedom Idrtweetf '
from East ,
Florida
{ '
.
from n
3. sought
the elections were made by a majority p. ,
J
the sexes A* M .sacral thing, I find that:
fi tf ef owohra.) -Sea_Hoasu. JournuT p. 5, The law referred to does not include "Mi sabers interests of their constituents; thU) i .hose who attach uo blame to ). Fwrrust-

t' tf, 1'J I of Congress" It is confined, to officers ot tht3tate e enforced this application for yet and tarnriuly applaud the verdict, are r.itltee: .

t A. "Even the case ,of tho C.n. rs. Green. government.. At.p.77 of. mp..DIJC,. 0 6.1.... "'n '':nlr L.. 1' ..; ._ ".rr. _,nl.ift1Pul.._., I. or. ,...Ih_. .I..yl.eo.. .. ..4.. ..,
-W lfw v .tIIl ''v -- -- -''- .-
5 fI (4 Wbart. R., 80 quoted b the 'estnot (tbe work referred to by Mr ftiulloryO will !
r ,) con !1- be morals.* For I"'lanCf", a fnibi"riableJoanC.
be found tbe provision authorizing the issue reasonable jmproveinen :tor to
i in tertrt9of cuatldence grow out ot the'decisjonpf mercantile IMD.wh. firadubis'pleasures I
'\ tbe.,1)l'eb1lerian church, <&c, and the of A certificate to a Representative in Congress; ida. com and in.iiiiminin/ L la Mantes b
a
law,as quoted, was held by Justice Rogers at but there is no law authorizing the Governor 'go er subject for discuSH.on in the prop :

I nisi Arius, but his decision vas overruUd bg the to give a commission or certificate uf say, Tho "News very forcibly .ug is a ladie mad jzentl*'nwn,1* also an presence admirer ofMm. of -".
kind to a Heu tor. 1 consider the record of of the '
Supreme Cburt / Penniyloania"Extractrum provement mouth of St. F. and 'be
:, J2. proceedings in the elec.iou, to be the ouly legal are nays jury ought In have a*
p. as a application of
Y proper a warded her $..000 per annum, instead of_
of election.
,t The law as laid'down by Judge fingers boas 18.proof"The General not funds but we hope that the and f3 000 ; and he h a fair sample,of her ado- .
Assembly wa -
i recognized by the Supremi Court. Us apple convened at rate On the other nand, the inHJurifcr 61 theta .u'
t tl in the following November, and iu propose to divide the en tire fund I!
I cutioa to ,the, stat of facts only was dissented to few m this city who object to the verdict as '
; the very first act of the House of Representatives project and the Central Rail !I >
C
to. viz: the election of this rule II unduly taroruhla tu h..r,are the moor virtuou .' ; .
Speaker,
would I I .
l 6. "The constitutions of Alalfenu, Delaware was adhered to, showing thereby that the guage seem to imply to trade : and ses.il i of our sex. Indeed aorao -

i North Carolina Connecticut, and Pennsylvania resolution referred to was designed to of all other improvements. marries ladies ,inveigh strongly against tho" ':'
have these clauses in language identical,!be excessive amount of alimony. o :
permanent.Extract from'p..6. Wo hive been much struck
or nearly so, with,Florida. (viz: that a majority This was apart of the same session at which gestions which have been made inter. The real merits of IbIS rx'ranrdtniry divnrca I :1.
of each Uou make rase are still enveloped, in a
shall
e a..qdlNmJ'and the resolution was adopted arid cannot be has mystery
,
yet those Stales have each regulated the manner used therefore, for the purpose here asser to the improvement of the_ which lhi-.trial with alfitM .j-erjurr and corruption :

ot electing their Senators and each, like ted. The election 'of a new' Speaker was Johns and shall rejoice to bear bus onlr nude oJ naore impenetri*
-
JlQTidrtquireaTn4JorityofaUthe'mmber* of\\necessary because. the former one had re- and l feasible plan.for be: than eter. The testimony of the prominent .

iheif Legislature to clecL- Etltwet'frotttp. 'U.: ..Olguuu.I I j<' It i.u..J .ubiodirr witness-. on rithifr side. .fJDW' ldo.:
The references given i in support of this assertion I J9. **Tho several annoucemcnts of the to all East'Florid pr.joo' s'f f ._ giauv.tot. F&rICltwa, ''n.R1........_ ., ir1Jr.
importnnco not
worthy a bearing
show precisely the recerse. Not one of Presiding Officer &c.," were received by the nor
was that of the individual '
tho.enumerated ,States' ,bat any such provis Assembly without'question, opposition or mirk.. the funds requisite Ion \- w'io tcould thenueUe in her lavor -

ion. rite.rule of election fur Senators in the. Sic., nnd the General Assembly notified the much beyond t!''e ability of our ted,had she ken have been crmntc- ;
found We
said Stales is, respectively follows : Executive ot the election oi Ma.llory.-Ex- it should rightly and properly then ,pill are bound
l
perhaps lu >eli -ve n the absents
,
M of
Delaware A of all tbe siy-
:: majority vOl tract from p. 3.
province of the General .' sufficient
evidence that
,I .cn." : i That the announcement was received any neither tae bus-
North Carolina: "A majority of the votes r"without question, opposition or remark, I.I is would, suggest as a preliminary e bund but nor the wife has been guilty'ol adslle-
certainly tho conduct
of both iiuuaes"Wantcticut I a mistake inferred it is presumed from the immediate application to ry of both has

{! : MBy a concurrent vote of the I absence 'of question upon-the record, but stilla appropriatiua for a thorough : are bern irprchcnsiblc, and tbnt either should

Senate and House of Rap'entaUY ." mistdu. 1 am informed it was claimed in examination and plan of such pos come out of the late ordeal with an mrd tf
merit is to. be Inmenti-d
Pennsylvania: "The votes of a majority of conversation at the time that 1 was elected.No by every friend ot
the members present." formal question was 'raised, because it It would be proper also that goad moraU. Mrs. Firr>t.I''rnlul&f. pen stt1"
Alabama motion should b furnished It is in her intention to make a debut at Broujjbum's "
the whole ,
: "A majority number was not in order to do so in joint meeting,
of votes, but mpro particularly for the very plain rca portance of tbe commerce of nut', 'theatre. One would suppose thai if .
For proof:of this see the volumes and pages son suggested by Mr. Mallory, whose word; ihis she is 'what she represent hcrsrlt she would,
(, referred to by\\ Mr. Mallory. I quote as follows: "And I will here say that We are certainly very 'far :' be heartily tired of public life, ani be glad to.

7{ rr u constitution of Arkansas 'requirestwothirds ,, had a resolution been introduced after sister Slates, in public bile her sorrows to respectable rciirrzrxrnt. "
.
*
of.tbo* members elect to compose the first vote, declaring the contestant: elected regret to see so, little liberality more Tbj *Hungarian bonoV ore nol likely lOt
a quorum to-do business ; 'but, like Florida it could not have received more tote than the evinced be has good as .beat on cbanKc, but stilt i

her'rlegislatrve! regulation1 devolves tbe electionof contestant m mL It teas a season of gnat spirit among our the numerous applications be made fir Ihenli

United Stales Senators upon a majority poltical excitement. Party 1tmIg sit was nearly plising objects that are within t by tboso who,have sympathirs broad enough "

of allthe members of the Z, fstotcre."-Extract equal ."-&(Ext. p. 13.) Very' naturally and power. For instance, what roe to reach beyond ;their own piicke and ptV

from P.'U. k those of min friends who believed roe elected citizens of Duval and Columbia cold; pen. Presses at a disiancn specially those '

Tho rule: prescribed by law in Arkansas for knowing that if there was a good election, building the plank road from or t joutnal which bow deferentially to tho wU4es -
of the
election of JSoiaton> i-: : no subsequent proceedings could invalidate foreign ;diplomatists at \ 1-
( it and westward which they have so often speak oft he New york ,ympatbf2
"A majority all the :votes given.'-Rev. that by the Constitution the Senate of ,
Slat:, 726. i the United States, an imjiirtial body would bout, and which bu'beeD d HBTiS-1111? more worry ban ariaer .

8, *Tho remarkable resemblance bcwren'tbis' be authorized to decide and knowing too, so entirely feasible t Why not tu bo a gratuitous scandal'

casa ((lie cast //ilstvjd'5 JB.) and tti eand that in the state of feeling existing ot tho time and build srroeof it if it be but J. ofthe arising naturally and enough' fVoin the inspSrauoi :;'
in the of the flock Burgundy of the
contest IlL." is tendered still more striking by extraordinary conjuncture How and RuuLuJ,
'the fact that the clauses in the constitution of relative strength of the two sides (there being I can encouragement be Austrian Ministers.W, Ti

I Florida: anti, e'.,Jersey prt-scribing quorum' an eras tit in each Hovse) no useful movement execution of large and re my Inn own m this par I "D willing to iDYlS ten W". ,

&c., are identical in language."-Eiilracl from could be made there-remained 'quiescent.That when lesser and equally widows. scrip. II u a small sum, like.U*, t
mite
near but
p.16.The. .I uthe. General AuemblAuthotized receive no countenance,and why if everr American whorl

\I' constitution of New Jersey W not con I the.Governor to be .informed that he (Mr.aianory citizens of St. Johns connect could gregate afford wcuwafibrd it would do half a. "..n.h._ 1M.--- -.
air pntision at ) was ciecieu, is an error. oucn a prostrate Uunpn suet'sinews
I any respecting a quorum.-lice bnd been before and St. Johns River with a good as would PDtl.le her to ,
course always adopted upon shake off Lla
i11, Constitution! of Neyr? Jersey iu force in 1823, thai
I (the date: of the decision.) the election of a Senator; If it had and what has become of the crushing his Austrian embrace of the Russian Bear.aad,
cub.
yN 1 refer to page .0 of the game Journal been attempted on this occasion it may be ver pring Road and the show for True I maT have"amblu

(J8 5' to show .the adoption ofiite.rules of that the Journals would have shown the opinion Paynes Landing Q: 'lto transmit at that but little a scrap of paper, but '
was not as unanimous" as Mr. Mal 8t. memento tom da&
,the previous session.. -Extract from p. 6. ory dren y
and I
The Journal docs not show what is slated. assume it was. I believe that some days afterwards We were glad when we look. oft f doubt sot,they will bu tIS pr' .

._ _- m T'ThftnoTi the 'adgfil&ft the two .Clerks of the Legislature .sits a movement,in njr.quartet I."Cautiiieatal"as was'rrheo Ii boy attire sight cflq t. \
omc.\5. _
by the Senate of iiEIon. sco wiiamu nt7rtnr.tftrornZIieU.eneraj, | I lie improvement-ami we :* aid naDdfathet pape(' .J.zeceiy d by !.. t
p. fl "-Extract from 9, Assembly made such a communication; but a ror his-rYJea. at "
p.
prise which although it might not I allli Booker Hn!!. WZ
the Journals chow that no such instruction i If I dad cot
The Journal at\ 5 shows that the odop .
'I page \ !
Florida much wittl Jtoauth'
", lion alleged was loath a .material ,mod fraion emanated from the General jtsaembly. immediately will it s miawoa, I ah Quid be utterly

not given by Mr* Mallory, namely "until other D. L. Y LEE. of great importance to Middle unworthy my Revolutionary & ,

rule be adopted" Other rules were soon after ly and to the whole State '. Tat UstuD 8TLTU LSD JA4L...
.
The
,pted.-tJce 28. VILLAINS AT LARGE. Cor The naICII
p. as the ImerDallmpl\lvement fund uncommon
1 I 11. Mr. Mallory states in several place, I" We learn that two strangers were discover. wo reserve what we have j to Ia, are t, Navy Yard, it that energy our Government di.plmJect at'tIadJ orB

I that the rules of the previous session ,WI r:: ed on Tuesday: last under very suspicious time. is : lpl't'petto8eod. large force

I 01 .adopted by the successive sessions. I circumstance, near the house of Mr.Thos. H. dry:!, back up .000f dcepattels oa die> 10 Js pan'foe kL

: The ont, possible object in thin must be to 'Strother, residing in Wilkes county, a few com-I I i the rstnclout It1me and Emperor Ibt _

! create tint tnfedce thai the -resolution. 18U: miles from aysville.. From Ih> fact of their The the Pe nia g or more of bb perbapi ,(
t was continued as a rule by the succeaivu LeitUturcs. 'mysterious conduct in lurking about the pro-, following remarks of the ,I-m):. Lasi lub', the petta to'qtr d I

'i .. The:fact :will' bo fouud to be. tlr. Stn other procured a' sick of dogs, ington Correspondent of the .' 'rlp'e. -was .1 out 8U1quehan 10 Japan> at";

1. Tnat these .adoptions Sere temporary. and set out tor the purpose ascertaining gian are extracted and their CommocJOte' AWick Who boe

i :. That rules at 'large wore adopted at. their object. After overtaking .and bailing .readers as embodying in a : $ i Emperor from Preai4eol Pillmore a letter 10 .Jt" ,

. every session and 'that nono adopted the II them one of the men shot at him 4he ball densed I ants end C ice, and P roposi .s ,.
manner J
t rule of 1845. our own views,, u to send b at
passing through the lappel of bis cooL They our theJllpII :
,} For proof refer to urnrLI- then evaded his puuuit and up lo the latest ject to which they refer and thus the : recued row shipwreck by- a who ntIr .,"'1

j 12.-The House consisted of forty members." accounts had not been taken. Jt b supposr precluding the necessity of our the fJlluehaoD&h 11u 100 detained 8U Yellea.no JU .

L. Extract from p. 6. ., h ed (rom the description i of these persons that we. had designed in relation to it. !I i where she-was tepalred
The House consisted of members r
forts at Creded
they are the same who were recently engaged OD Iaer
7oJ.p. The '
"I have risen the last tI .:
the seavloa.referred jo. in the murder of Mr. and Mrs. Herring a few just from a from her were that she :: ,'
IS. 'There were tventystten Why and miles above this city. A large number of men lee'a seat arguments, in support of bis the I the rocaatiai we havo was bad seltul ittformatlontheJapanese alo. tit Ie 't

thirty*)** Dtmocreu in the General.Assembly." have been and are still engaged' in attempts now occuped illegally by still I" halts DOt '"
raleusod
Why they do not leave Mr. M. I aU our seams. ;
-. Extract, p. l'. to arrest them and our informant thinks that and for this aDd
other
ground to ,stand -.on. It is wm ', tea aas,II has tf A .
and
eygMIVblgs 1
ThereVere thirty determined
tventy Wo
they cannot escape. teal, hope the da- '' to send then
question, tad if the salssppi itnd8anaa9
Senate ,
t Democrats, (obe Ptrnocrotic member having slog scoundrels may be,brought;to justice. and several rriaatca '
him aaettloo
to his seat : f to
JtfVtho LogishtMft/and, relOrnoJ homo per Georgia Rusts Gatettt. they will on to reinforce ps war Io-f
COmmQIore
right; and justice. : Aiillck fired reses8..,
i :
1, wo k" '., -I"> ,' I '. I,, ,via a respectable w.-c.. Y.
: : :- b : .

t' /. 'r'. .".,..-'.1- .'. 0f J, -
., y I I I (
I yu-'i- ; ,
: \. ", i

,

f t, t ,.
.
1
r L
1 > I II Li .
.. .
; ;. A : I I I (
"\ "!' ) : : :, I. r i ( .

.' .



Y '1 _- 4f :. .- -_ i .:. --- ffi
-
-
t' -
-
,- ".-' .- -- .." .. -' .. .
,. r'""",_ ," ..... .. .. :4 4", ;- n.. -' I 1_ -. ,. ;.



--- -. .- '
... .-, .,. -',. .. ., ., 'JM tf\ ;..
X '.I '". ".' '. .._ .'.. .' '

c t
.
I ; ,
r
rr.

.
\
1

:, '. I .'.n'" -, .. : !

.
/ '; .


.,. I.
"
r ._ i .
.
-
.11 ._ : = \ .
IJUERlA. --- __ __ __ .
FROM "
IMPORTANT proudly for a lime till ho wa stricken down i _Wiard Table .ct,Ten Pia Lucy.t b that i will- four ---C-n-- 'alt: --
j, hereby given. .
5ogT4J1Fob.6-Jr en arrival toJ4ywe bare uoon the field of battle. lie died a true! 4 tbelIapolia 8etreat, open tbregt uasd NOTICE
from the L law r
tab date, apply to Judge of virtue of the vested ia me ,
date*'kattt'Liberia, to December 10 which'are :1 lu1rlfn't? al the banner which| be to!I IexulUcJl h 1. :r''yard J 'YraJQ. ', Probate .f 8u Johns 09097 for authority t aril BY expose for power ate before the Coon Hwu )

the n UL distressing character.Afttlra bore, .no longer wares over bill I Nov 29 d.4&r :: '.,uIt NDA. 10 mock oCihe real Patate of Domlago Using late door at JUrlioaville oa the first Monday of July .;

at Oread Bassa, are in a moat dopterabto land i ,lor her armies were betrayed and j, Oyster..onset.. I of _lei County, dee,- 'aa will be ant next, the following described tract of land or soi&ach .
I cofidiliott. In on attack upon Fiab- Hues ary-like.: Poland Is BO more. His *o- I ia every styli -"eeI.p dal!Mat-- pay the wmaiaing debts of Mid Estate: thereof aa will pay tea taxes dae.thereoa the
I loa thU Chief Grande WAS joined b) Prince cof1d 'gat I' belly also perished with him; Orden Fanlte eaahave soy prepare. ANTONIA' HlTCHCOCir. I. Bata of Florida and Coaafy Orange doubled tax- I
JJjyerof Tfadetown. Hit foe+re was to therotaeo Araco Imry was of the peasant cla=no a b utr. atlota .4 priate.palUDelu. St. Augustine, Peg 27th. ItSl. I edftom the year 1845 to and including 185J, twit j

i met fOnd they, came sieallngir on He is wpresentatlvp of hi*class ; and novnrin No 29 .Do 481f, .B. DIIRANDA.1litstsga 4 : 1
the town at midnight, surprising tbo garrison.! tbo history of the 'world bare nnn exhibited ". @CRIFF'i $ALr.' 1 480 acres assessed to Theresa 'Rodrigoes. la.
Nine of the. Inhabitants were m ifttncml, the I a inure noble and talaurt patnuii 01 -rlaer--.elefe B' virtue of a Decree rendered oa tbs .5th day section 37, township 19, T..pl8. ,
10WB calked aDd burned. The bodice of than thty. Many were th* fnitancus Uko ".tt a of November 1851, in the 'h' Court 'cf Utica taxes and exBcnaea are paid before the ..t
their rtetinw wen shocking, mutilated. The' that of Imry In which they rcfuavil to .,boranaomsd rants'iTs Not. 1851. or the Eastara Circuit. of Florida ia 'a certain cane day of sale. J. 81MPSON S'and j
Bassa bad joined in tbe rebel from their enlistment. Tears and I wherein George R. Fairbanks was Complainant jan 3.1853.. ,,.Tax Colketor..c.
: FBtiro country. (Kept lit the 8arrocks.'BI.d_lIpS this.DATE. .l and William K. Cole and others Defeadaatt!la 't
;
entreaties of, loved ones could not retain, burn "
Chancery to me directed and delivered shall offer Tax CoO ctor1s Sato. .l
lion.The I .
ford "and cpeetally the English and the sad late of their inevitable'ssutturin p. .'. 9 3 w.91'. -
aid AL M. : for sal.on Monday the first day of March next of the
Tirtu '
vested
ate Implicalbd hi this An from cold and could deter IlPJu.1 power la.me b,law I :
trader, outrage. huger not ia front of the Court Uooae ia the city of fit Asgoa-- By expose for Isle b.aote the Court buss j
Eo ftW trader named Inwrence, it u .said, I am yours truly ALEX. 1 64 74 18 74 tine,.all the right title and intrrst of William K. door at MelloariUa oa the first). 'of July seas

upr&ljr .Wrd in the attack. I '69 83 88 1:1 Cole. SamserC. Baright and Benjamin, U.Stll n, the following described tract of=eII' so- isaehtheaeof
U tins 15th ol November,.'another .attack LIBERTY THE PRESS. ..3, 6S' 68 1:1 f8 1 ia aad to the following described lands to wit; aa will pay the taxes daa thereon the State ,
way made on the Cove, when tU.enemy iraairpulsoJ 4 41 $t69 J T- All that certain Tract or Parcel of Iud,etaated : Florida and'Coea cTOrsa from the vest 1845 :
with.a loss of 40 killed among whom Editing a newspaper must be a pleasant,.if 5 -6 61 4J5 6 ., In St;Johns county,Florfda, poa Sections 6 sad,7, to aad (adadiag.1851 to wteB4 ,
weN soreral leading chiefs. It was ex. not a Profitable business in h grand Repubtiqitf 8 55 62 6554 .Township .7,Range jfei, being a Spt& grant > acres beioaflaf to or snppoaed to belnajto 1;
pooled that Graudo would soon be capture ,just now. Take an eztmp.c one of the 1 68. 60 a1 58 to Jose,Papy of 640 acres; which said tract was Robert Shepherd and Jon Saaetes being bsfttico e

cJ, AI a largo furco was organising to attack recent enactments against the unfortunate 8 4D 88 63 Q sold sad coaveyedia the year 1850 to said Cole. 10,township 17.r range 34, the else* kaowaaaDabardy'a .
of that makes it '
him. journalism country obligatory Baright sad disaon. by Frauds J. ,Darren and Cans ,
Toe Logida'ure 'assembled on the let of upon the proprietor ot every llent'pa pur iuubaait 9 G8 68 71 a6 wife, Excepting. and Deserving therefroaf ninety Unless taxis sad expenses paid before the Ayofsab.
a .
10 11 1. 89II.
tho proof-sheets of eds orial. acres to said Dorrcnec AIM the
when President Roberta was In*' every article aadoacBoeUey. -
December
to tbe inspection' of a government officer U9 18 14 1JIS several Tracts and Parcels of Laad hereinafter deadribed *
i attguratrui.and delivered ins annual' tnescage.Ue II there casoco to be aeniimcnt or..opinion* 11 16 11 'IS .wIC.s Also 9910 acre ssaesasd to Clarka sad At- .
Nd been re-eteciod, with Aittbony DrWil : expressed, at all adverse tbe, 13 11 18 18' 11 : 80 aerea the west half of the Northwest qturtw,ofsec. Uasoa.befog|pi sec**37, township 13, range S3 .j.
.
Vice President for two fears from' of .Wapoltxjaiwn I the rospectability crulo draws.4Uptn I' n 18 77 ;1 715 s:: 6 aad 7,range 23 8 sod E.. south sad sari at Haw Ceaak.W-A. F''eat '
.
fits iu.. : I Korernmjeat \ 60 do Lie, fOOi acres la South
10, ,. 11 '78 63It tie East half Cf the Nonaeast oaanerof,, Township 18, tsace
sojiUera ke
''; ; G.lF rhea raltnirekbittbt ad. t.Iio.rtD It conform thnnigh to tbtf wnbea or of the povera Usa to drat m>be, ;. ;. ,. .6I'V. ..J516S t fJ s :.80.1u47,* 'Jrl fm ,I ., ,... t.W. .. 3S&nI'AJi; Ie- .the lairs of. Carolina. ,Ms-
firing 1'1 ( s hI' 81. 61 61 ;' '' -:' d I .gatfrersee. '- '.
Th inconvenience and bleb such
prevails tn toe colony delay, pro. 18 65 1S 11 I I65 .l and 7,nnge>37 8 and E- '. "a .J.I"MI". 3s
seeding must neceiwarily crcate, n the business 19 65 69 686"1: 40 do tas Mortheatt quarter of tie Northeast line UeHardy. being fa ttriooa 49 sad CO, sad t
t of a newspaper,eve-y boJy At all acquainted quarter of see 18 sad 7,,range J7.8 and E. part fa Tow ship Itf. nags 34 sad pan la town-
LATER FROM TEX4 with the details oft a printing office, wl.l.l.. 90 61 11 16 68 ,40 do the Southeast
Tbo N O. Picayune has rocHred advices readily com;rehend. Were the editors' lucu 21 59 61 69 44" of see.36 and 6,range.37-S and E. VDJaI taxes sad expeaftes art paid Wen the
frutn dalveatirti to the 50iU ul.! (rum which wo brations submitted to the gurernment In.' 12 4'1 56 68 47' Also, Lot Namber Three of the Section No. 31, da; of ale.AIIo5000.

I earn that iho & uU*'. bill providing for the rpectonibip ia manuscript, before put in type, 13 41. 65 11 X64 Township 6, Range 2d 8 aad E. acres ssaeased Philip R. YOIIIpr ,
Sol N 11 6 6tU ,
liQUUlHilon and payment of the debt of the there might bo a material diminutions in the ; Containing the aggregate. nice UucheJ aDd lag ia INC'J.7 aad tewaII 21 south

late g.pubUc of T exaa has been engrossed pains and penalties, thus gratuitous! inflicted 11 16 1:1 61 Seventy two acrea.K.. 30, s4 township SI south nap 31, 'east,'belt nap=oa r
S6 41 as rn 6:1.S'1
i In Ibc t House and ordered to n third reading, ; but as tbe purpose of the government is B. CANOVAtSheriaof Lake Jeanp,Forward AceauUaleas '
with somes!ihl amendment -The bill pro I to harass proroKe. and imposo as heavy fines 63'. U 6S I 10S8 St. Johns County, taxes sad expeaaea. are hold before tha.

vide' for the uncunditional payment ol ,the : as possible upon the press, so as to .drive out 10 'I" 18 168 _. Jsa.3lat.185a.BTrirtne, day of sale. ,
clan debt and such of the first R* i. of exlsunco such journals as will -not singpaeans J9 65 63 84 I .\ .
tocoand I 10 6S 68 81 1 '4'DEcmaa of the power vested ia me by law I. Also, 10OO urn cflasd in section 37, towa
also the tbe
it providesttf to Uturper.the tighter
screwsi
nut protected by clue proviso ". e for sale before tile .Court Horse. ships 17 aDd 18. range 30, aaesaed to David"'R.Oanham '
the--- rurtnent of the certificate of We third i: nrodrawn,1ha1oanerthe object !in view_ will .- .. '. door at HeUoaville on the ant Monday of Aonst ,being oa Lake Beniaford. Sk. Johw RirBY .
class, since recognised as she second clan, ,; be accomplished. A striking instance of the I M a1 J 65 U I IS next the following described tract of land or' so er. ,4' ;.
A' and amouutsaaditod by legislature act with I manner in which this crushing censorship U' 66 69 65 : I Ia much Thereof as will pay the axes due thereoa the Unless taxes sn4 expenses Ire paid before the ;,3
t the exception of lbirty-i
Jilt,-b" dollars for which nn act wo passed since I one .ot the Paris Journals, the Opinions 4 18 4959 41 ... 1851.\0 wit; t
in furor ot tfmart Perry,'in l48. } .PttMtfi sppcarciHriibar# eJnunal, upon the : 6 .0) ,64 65 47 700 acres of Land ra Tcmball swamp, beIOD1Ia. ,- AIao.soatb acres of 33 land,lylag ia aeetioa 40,township ;
It fur her provides that the remainingd btof late decrees of the emperor of Austria, (re '" 6 M 61 Q 67 j .or ssppoted to belong to Wm 0 Foot retained of LiadV 17 Tod range New east,assessed to the estate t

,tbo. abet cUw. shall be paid when ,the yoking the cocatitutlonJ presenting tbo nurcl 7 81 6'J 6 9 I by Benjamin A Putnam Unless y axes sad near expenses Smyrna are paid Foiwardagnt.before the "

a.voranr she 1 be Boiifled i that U|. Secretory feature of ah immense blank space, from 8 .60 as G1 6t 'Also, 350 acres belonging or'supposed to belongto day of.sale. t j
?y'''" Treasury has )KN required by law te which It inferred that certain portions bad 9 6a 66 68 64 '.; I Chariot 8 Cohen returned by William A for- t

.to Texas toe Are millions ot stock ..lthI been objected to by the censor, or struck' 10 4" 6 1:1 68 .. ward.' Also GOO acres wed to John Roblaaoa i
,
heWItt tbo provitfria 01 the act of the 9thjeiber out by wane person baring ,control over tbe II M a 1D 85 : pan of a tract of 2060 acres granted Briggs and
1800. or that snid S. retarr has writer, and disapproving the arguments or 11 6J. 84 77 69 Mao, 1000 acrea belonging or supposed belong Robl&soa being ia section 3Stownship 15.;range 39 (
>
Harria returned John Jbaune.Abo
boen required by law to- luue to the mate ot the language that he bad used. Tbe next day \ 11 .69 81 63 61 o N by and township 15, range 33, 8 aad E oa fialiifax. J

Texas sums of said Htnek equ oft which the said State m ir. at any time paid'to the publication office. Tbe answer 16 49 as 8 4S 'f rt' to.the heirs of Low. Ualea Taxes sod expenses paid before the day ;.

ureitat the required rotates rNa ant ut said. given to the Inquiry of the officer! was, that 18 17 48. ,as.7 Also, 900 'tares belonging or'supposed to belong of sale.

creditors at tbo TsvasrWashlaatua y pjpjrtinont at there was not sufficient matter to fill up tbe 17 41 49 d 18 .. Robert Marine, returned by B A Putnam Also 88 acreswed. to Cornelia lion.OD da. iWeklva.
City. blanks but aa ihis explanation' was not deemed 18 IS D n ., .Creek bounded oa the south by George B.
sntisfactohr, it was invited,that the,Opinion 19 la 18 49 16 Ala, 810 acres belonging or supposed to belong Fairbanks lands Unless taxes and expeaaes are-
would ( '. to John P Wlliama retaroed by B' A Put paid before the day of. .. '
[flonitht Nero Yak Tina.] Publique not ap e4r.uDtillhe principal :o U 49 mJ 44 .
STORY OP A HUNOARUN.I t director went to giro ,explanation persott 11 87 I 60 U nam. J 8IMFSON, Sheriff aad Tax Collector.o.cw '
)mister the Protect. ThI..1II:I do I J. SIMPSON Sheriff aDd Tax Collector e. Jan 3d. 1851. ; 1
had the beautiful story of a Hungarian to too or lS 68 61 68 6l Jill 189. .
from the I.p. of an officer to wbimi allusion Jni4de. for a ipliflcatiort of what Is meant 13 61 89 68 56 31tt. Ta COlkcton IW a

M f informant was a reeruiting offloer by tbe liberty of the press in tbe modern S4 54 66 66 67U NOTICE TO I1tV&LID .virtae of th*power vested la, me by law I. t

'. In the Hungarian.ervlce at tue the time. During Jcepub'ilc franco: In the most despotic day* at 66 15. 61S6 't! V lle OM fvraale before she Coart Hoase
.
tbe month Bepten.bsr, 1848 alter the of the Empire or during tbe subsequently". 61 61 11 81 I In THE SUBSCCIBER has some fine riding door at Melloaville oa the first Monday of April next /
"to arm." "ad thrilled the hearts of theiioople strong government of Louis Phillippe: the I 84 6.5 61' 'GS which be will keep for biro upon tbe following described tracts of bad or so m ch
cr y cf Hungary, there were no leas than tyranny of, the*thing was never, because It 58 66 73 63 N reasonable teams, during the season at his thereof aa will pay the taDs cia thereoa ths" Btat

.o Aw OoKMMt wio voluntarily entered the ar could not be,.tr DlCeDded.-N.I Y., Epprct, __. 0 I J9 -60 ,. 14 61 U. Stable on street in rear of the Magnolia Ho Id of Florida wtTi ""sad COCA' of Orange for the .jest 185,
tel. ,
tny.'Among others, a mass or Qtty years of JO81' 1. "fib 68.E: .
age, or ever named Mann Imry, prwented'b.mtelr. 1 ordJlitnttcA to Ataoatd an Or 31 G8 11 T1'169JAEITAEY ROBERT MICKLER. 144 acres of land being port of a tract nf
desiring at once to be sent as a soldier .Am prohlbltles Hones and 1859. Nov 23d 00 47-3mot 530 acres the estate of Anton Ponce Northof

to the battles lie well knew t.e learful Cattle trot goluff at lame witblB 1 61 64 11 64S FROM JACKSONVILLE Smyrna Barr, doubled taxed. .

hazards of war tor his brother bud Just been I the City of St. Angostlae.&t 48 .7 aI' 45 Also, 232 acres of land on the gait slide of }

killed in battle and he had 'lately farted' withn 1 I I *t ordained J jr. the Mayor end AUtntun of a 18 47 57 41 1 For Enterprise and HellouYilJe Lake Georga.soppostdto belong Domingo

son 19 years of age, never to IOU totbe blm' \galn deadly,r r the CUv of 81. Auguttine, That .f shall also 4 31 47 8 41 i LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS. Acosta, section 38, township 13, rango 27, '
for be also: bad fallen a victim : ;j i I be lawful for the City Marshal, to report to abe 6 48 68 a 62 double lazed. .

volley a of the Austrian soldiory. But his heart, I I Mayor the owner or keeper of any hone, snare, 6 40 49 6tS 44 ; Steamer :SARAH flPALDINO baring .
bleeding, boat warn for his optiresicd colt male and also heifer THE 'will her Also, 166 67 100 acres of land on the east \ i
although I I gelding, or any cow, 1 88 "i. 65.. \ newly fitted op, resume regular
land. He hid given a 'bMhl'r-bo 1 boll, ox or calf found waning at large within the I 42 44 61 49 tripe for the above places oa Wednesday, the 14th Ide of Lake Ueorge in section 47 and 38.sup :
he was anxious} lo give the of St. to the posed to belong in the .te of HIcbard
had given a son-now City Augustine contrary. provisions D 49 68 1' 6'1 but., toacljag at all the iatenaediate adingsandwill '
himsulf. He feared not death nor did be quailat of aa "Ordinsnee prohibit bones and 16 i continue punctually to leave every Wedseaday Weigbtman doubled taxed. :
the thought of bcsnj! wounded-lor a near Cattle from going at large within the city of St. 10 55.41'H 69 64 q '.* morning at o'clock, coasting with the U. S. J.,SIMPSON.J 1wrIfr sad
neighbor had been t.dreadfuly! wounded I ADCUdol.J 11 50 44 Mall.steamers to and,from ,$ For freight, B3d.l852 Tax Coueevor,.e.lice. .
bullets Passed In Council February 7th, 1852. 11 40 .0 4. ? oa board,or to
and he well knew wa.n: frightful brave enticements. or paaaafr, apply .
,
std buyouuU inado. He felt chat his country E J. de MEDICES, Mayor Pro Ten. 11 18 11 s8 61 :8 1 FERNANDEZ,BISBEE tt Co.,Agents.Jaa All persons having any damn or demands I.
called him, and bo mutt nn'wtsr tbut call Attest, l' sa 't 1 1'1 n .: 10, ISSal._. the Eat of Presets Pas deceased
all-the noble C11A8. HAAQER.c. c. 16.18 4S 69 61 : '. aa'ereditora heirs diatribateea,legateae or.otherwbe.

ioi person.he hid lot But had this a was brother nut as noble. Onloaroing .16 &I 68 61 44 ....., tl' FORWARD & TOWLE, are hereby aotiSed to present them swathe ssbacri-

boy that there was a recruiting' .office in T9 flAVAIOAH & CHARLESTON. 34 55' .61 49 : .: bar wlthia two yean frost the data hereof or they
the TBE new and splendid 18 4J 61 11' 81. r ATTORNEYS. AT LAW AND SOLICITORS will forever barred.
the IUrYlinaon by
be took '
the town 18 51 4'1 44 sa'SO laANCI8 P.FEaRElttA,taiaiMnter. .
Rtestser FLORIDA Capt. IN CHANCERY.
hand and hastened to have their names en I Irotted.
II J8 18 I'J Aqa&11.1851No 33
'furnish Lawns CO".nD. will arrive _
the annals of patriotism a ,
Da
.
-
than this- and at PkoUta sv cry 11 I"J lIS N' "III 'lP mm. -rHE WORLD AS IT PASSES.
beautiful spectacle ago
more Thursday st3 P. M and leave may .Frida al t' as 4t 41 oil .: ,: 1
** youth-the father and his boys going cheer. 10 A. M. for Savannah and Charleston direct. sa 8, 49 4' 69 ..' i' ; ri.OBIZA.WM. MORRIS -& WILLIS'S.BOMB .
the sacrlticu ? It '
Lily and heroically to fOe ,
Faro with elegant State Rooca acconamodatSoaa- S4 48 .57.55 6) ; "
uua4 us of brave old Abraham us be went Picolata to Ssmaeah, Q6 .16 61 51 69 6:1 A. FORWARD, | SIMON, TOWLE.Late JOURS Al FOR 18... :

forward calmly the ..fuIICCQe of his trial. *. Cbariestoo, Q13 18 61 65 10 66S1 of Bu Angaatine, East. Florida.,_ A FAMlbY NEWSPAPER.rUBUSHUl .
To make every thing sure, Imry demanded Feb. 15,1853. 61 '
.0 60 45b4 Tax Collectors Sale.B WXZIX.T AT TWO DOLaiXJ A 7XXI. .
that bo ai ones take the oath which would ftlt 53 .. .' .
bifid him to bis purpose, and bind him Irrevocably Is hereby' give that the City Taxea ; i ; :i iao Y virtue of the power vested fume bylaw,t -
to the army. He took the oath as also Notice for the present year'will be doe oa the Iii I .1 1.9 shall expose for ale berore'' w Coart H. 'tn mat tyrants or tax mw DaDa war rat

dd his son. His wife soon beard:of the transaction. I5tb iaataat and.that I shall oa that day nroceed toaD 69 6'J door at MellotrrilJe oa the first Monday>of July unto ox tai: mar or UXVAXT anti?.
She had lost one son-bow could enforcement of the Ordinance rcgaUdag, to col. 11 II 10 89 50FUIVAaT. next, the following deacribed tract of land or an -
another boy,and with him the busb&ad lection of the same much thereof u will pay the taxes due thereon the TBS Home Journal has now become nIYmat
she lose oCher a id father of her children P. P. FERRFIRA 1 68 18' 18 68 w State of Florida'and Coontfyof Oraage lot the year There are few ramitaa of ealdrated haIII -(few of
yoa'.h Asaeawr and Collector.St. 1851, to wit: those who seek to enliven and msks home the moat
end mother stronfaf 60 G5 51 I
tub were S O
,
ne feeling of a '14th 1858. 083 aere.of land.being of sod attractive .who do
.Aggustlne Feb. 65 part a.pant of 4008 iatilligent ptae- not now j
and with 45
for 3 4 '
41
thaw ber regard country ; acres assessed to Domingo Acosta. in section 38, receive it. It bead we believe wherever ran. the
stay.4 daughters, abe hastened to the reimitlttg NOTICE II hereby glen, to all persona ha,. 4 19 55 60 48Ii township 20,Range 34 and 35 near Fbwnder Creek gold threads or domeadc bappiaeaa and true metal I
officer, and offered one thousand. Bo- against the Estate,of Fernando 40 61 8& sa Indian Hirer. refinement which, are woven eo thickly into the "

fine for the release> ofeach, |placing the moCAV Filmy, senr. deceased,either aa legatee, Credi 6 63 58 77 63 J. SIMPSON and Tax Collector,o... stronger and coarser web of oar cwt:tY t industry
tbe officer1* band. This ororiog Inef- tor's or otberwbfl, that they are required to present 1 59 10 'II 61 jaa 3d 1852 and enersetie prosperity*. The Home Journal ia iW Ipe.is I

*. 1M roasted: to bring flro fipt-A the tams within two years from the date hereof, 8 N ffI 5 9 66 r, .. '. mot rs We '.;. aeie! -- Davy oaitta la the boars ,'}
.nlewuakrftcas. snob claims will forever ba barred. I, 14 61' .AS. IS : given to happiatsi and rehx aa.AM -
or of tile vested
Y TIna ia
.IIae1td.M. ptwer
'. ".".I waia 'fIda' A .. ,., .. CAPO, 'AtokletratcT.BtAagqaOftt . 10 .,H. 81' 'II 16'.: .ro. I, !." .M\.:' .B .I shall expose for aale.before the Coart me by House law m New Yetis buae/rea a Gentleman I*a' '

.of ..,. This spa the doer could cot Jlx TthlSSl Swkt 11 10 at 71.. door stMeUoavUle oa the bra Monday of Jaly next a Lady,the Home Joer &!is one of which UU rtcustArsacs -

-a, but fit promised the agonized wifebe. 'tAX ASSESS .'iirowcB.; II "I as. 'a.1II the following scribed tracts of land or 10 much : it rtnttoid every roast,and it b oases
ito the General Comman- as 61 0 .1 thereof as the taxes due thereon the posed u.1iA in good taste.
csld State
taM e I aia receiving retains of tsxabU property for 1859, Wlllr' for three
7YSJra.-Forooeeopy$2 ; copies. 05.or .
do it. Ha of Florida of Orange for the
to accordingly .
dtr .for ffttmlloa Owners or Ageats of property abject to taxatkm are : rear for ODe copy for three years $5-always fa advance.
aoetxRot of the cireuas aees,,and re- reqosatad to present their lists of taxable 1851 to wit:
seal aa recpeetfetty Sabaeribera wfthOat dela,. 'Andrew
,odred te reply jwrraksioa to rocaira the moaey property before the firat day of AprI1 DUI. Owners or A CARD. 077 aeftaof.land Forbes belonging. or supposed.to belong MORRIS ft WILLIS 't
toThomaa ia
as money was gwaUf needed and at the I. A tsof lands 10 this D aty are required 10 sire a being section 45 town Editors, 107Faltoa 'street New Xirk. I
,
their locatta SUBSCRIBER would respeetfally an- 18 nap 29 south and east, assessed to tile said
mail WM old t begin a soldier's lifo. The panteaUf aeacrW a ft by Section, THE .
sad Ranges or by what water to the Inhabitants of Be. Augustine, Thoa. Forbes.
bat the exchange Towas&lps harIUNaDcIcd.
.eterl vein
wife VM oyes, am.1D section 40 ownsbJp ADAMS. Ir CO'Scmcss
and : that he will open school la the Lower Rooms of A1no,542 p 16 aonth,
old his firs
w&s mftftUee u to the man It CANOVA, Sberiff and ex-ofC i Bin. Suet '. residence,oa Monday the 9th mst range 29 eatt,'assessed Thomas F& r
.
ond to .
ao tUMed to ita and Collect AltO,515 acres la section 39, township 14.toath
.
Tax Aaseaaor or.a i c.5t Term of Ttt&i. \
as fee UeI&IaMd: "No thousands.ol Cedes Jsay. SUm 1S58. range 27 east,being oa West bob of Lake George ; ,
eau bey ms .nl. I was ones born as a if an- AogBstlae, Spelling and reading per tiJDl.. (12 and assessed to Thomas Forbea. ,

aad I have once to die ts a Uaopirih -- aBTBJBJ1T weeks) 000 j; SIMPSON, Swiff and Tax Collector,o.c. )
.. .QNL Writing Arithmetic,GeograjAyand Grammar Jan. 3.'1852. ; f

) In COMMODIOUS ESTABLISHMENT, 5 00Cheatetry. Xu 0Illtd &lI.By ItEW. OKK j :
is {fttpostib to >give oar teafosge, THIS of ; 1
opeaecldeSrclaa amasement Pbikeopby Algebra, aad other
the fall force ortlle original ICaffror. Toe or'.the fa sumEXPEE8t1. ,
ties and Y1n! powerveaed IDe by law" I
Brie ppportaaltyi 're"Uou brsaehes,aad the rudiments :
weeds of the braw oM man veto caught up caD nert elatss. AUae&edfesa r Oyster salooaaadEaUagHeesswbieb bigber&iglish 600 expose for ale before .the Court SOMe 1111. ..LE& i i

as tviflaeat words 6f tasftfotlon and they nag each U u will ba satk&ttorfl/>- ofLatia. lulu door at JlelIoDYpw"the Era.Monde 1.ofJslynext -
like A tfHGip l ia the esj-s of hit country piled mom day to day with the Game of,the seaaoa. OM forth half to be the paid ia advance, or tteezpiraooool the following described tract of .uaa or so mash !t .
saran Ty were Ute rallying words of the of aravsescat.GeatteaBea Ladies wfll b* term. 'Ujereof aaj wifl pay the taxes dae thereoa ths State : ;

armor. *M 9ttbodled ia t ttasg try ohIeredth .roes Hoars 9 to 19 A. M.aod9to5P.Mv Tbelateraa- Bciag tborovgbry aeqaaiated with the .meat apepr i cf. Florida mad County of Oraage to wit:. 16. 18& 19 Wall at. Nety.Yor1c. ..JI i iI
1U. *g lees ill the bi aheai1eD. dial Hoats and iSvesop for gentlemen iW1a '. f ia systems Of' school tn.n.geuteat and n w AMUB mu Tenths of 4IJDOO acres of bad granted to 1:39 I I Main at.. Hartford,.CL "
8.MIRANDA.lafBawiiO .cpwa:: fear years experience ia tea gibing. Joseph Delilllpia, opg U Monata lad, Iniia
'tag theca.Stesae weary aad litulght, Key,II 1 56 &ate.n New Haven Cr. 'c 1
will-bo the
k eaafident that ba able taxed from 1845t .
aabeeriber, .to yeat l lcJ8cIIaC '
tha Rher.doabled s dta-
aieewa 40 a eel la the shock ", 163 Baltimore st BaUfcncra.r
:. MMralsstia&etion Ie those who favor Belts \\ 1
atJM "7 .." ., The. old man "fraaHo eS.C8 t Brnr teJ1 ,..iauB5m gis with t&eif '. may Uakss tsU.taxes* aad. er etpns/ are paid bdbra,isy,'n i I 1 Peasf jlvoaia Av., Wasaingtoo. --, i; j

lives Mr '' ws at with tb son;Into ? ftooraa for temporary ". ::,1.- = ia pWopAP.J.. M. EAWKE8.St. -k. SIMPSON, SaeriiT and ?Fourteenth St., Richmond, Va. :,
t4to .' '. lrsa&romoted to te tbe4xmrerof "e\acaaastbsltaeBO&a Retreat. !; 84 .,.
MIEANDA. Angottiae, Jtb. 1 1852. Jan. 3d, 1852 fx Collectcr, Washington Bostrji.
48tf 8. 0
the fttadftrd of b&General ho bore It don our SI9 DO 73 Camp *t., New Orleans ,

I .
,
_t I
J ,. 't
,1T I : j .I '. ;i iI '- J ,
.
I
I M 1 V :1', i j 1 :" i Wi Ij I II w1t.wSJ ,t ,! "':' ;. J ," I. "f. 'Cl'.0\ I ', i' : t. 'f ?:, : .
1 \.- : f'
I I 1 1I j : r. I c
I '. I I ,, ,I I,, .. r I "
1 '.
j i" 1
if1t. o. I ; w ;
:
) t
'
\
. .. 4i '


I .
., ,. I 1 '
'
,i1 -. .J,." ""w..,. .J,, LL; u : .1/.L..f..5 WV9PS'L:LA "a ....t ".\L .t. i -. ., '-' t I .'" > -- \,."..0.



.. .,: r-. m!+ '. R'-,"t.r. :: "
-7 '. <,,1
I .
: / \ .
,
i1
,: .
f ', '1
"
: 1/ : ) I

t .I I ,
'

) 'j "' '. :: .: 1 "
:
: "
4:'. ': L / !J. \ :
) ,
.
r I.I / .
p.
,I
., ; ; 'v l I. ;/ .
/ : .
: : : ; I' :, ;" 1 < ,. I r

I j ; i.) .. .\
'
; =:=;:=:: ---- --------r---- --- -- -- -. --sTAWUTYEGUftPYPftPETh'1TT T? -.:--i: : --_:r1:- r r-:.5vs -**-*.; -: -- -- -_ -___z__ __

1 ; Iuiue, l 'rlf.J: For the county Putnam, at Pilatkathe' ;t-c. "-4-r---I -'Tt1rc l1 (-or'5'Sale. t. TaX (olkctol" I.'". "- 4

JJ4ftlt'/I 7r 7y.virtue of the power vested irf me by haW1J By virtue of lie Ila '. .
the Square an.1: one door north of the Meth- Per the-county. of St. John's, on the fiiliM niLrTli'bcnT"btQ"fTtbi'Gt"l' I! shall expose ft* ale before, the Court House ,, sbU! erpose fe fafcWSffatMeBonvaie the Coan,t..J :
'* ISVUL1E a. A' .
'A
JO" r THE 3IUTUAt LIFE
. j kI I : e. inNorember. / door the eiry*>fdt..Angnsrine on the fin Mooi oa the first Monda t.ofJaJ1 5'

IbiiJd1IIfjgt.. Oa Trecsury k Lane'/' 'North %r Fcr,the' county of Naas w, ". .. ..CODPAlwi i i i day ,of May ,*** .. the ,JbUowios ,deerbeproPenyoraontocbt1lrreoiaJ -' following described tract offaM'wiUjar or'. aela tl-

:,4 thTPte ajSfffrttOnC3rlottrr!- '**,. *-. .., .t '-- : third Monday of.NoYmtI. 'OFNew YORK-NO.35 WALLSt.. .J, will pay the State and the 'Uxe. doe hero the _.
: : .For th of the third 'Monday'of Acc.amu1aietlF..NOY.lu.: 1849. 900000 ,- the due there* 'aad of t1e r, 0'
: C1J'it1Jttl. na Bay'Street'a few county Dutal ott couaty iaxes sad ,necessary expenses Florid* Coanry OrtaZf lot tLe
PeMU NoTember. L ,securely inTcated io Bonds and Mort ages> 1 l.lo.wjt Wits jear 1jl'h_ .
d n1c& E VorHbe' 'Square. .> \ on for the"year ; & .95
: .Pl} 1ot ril;'"Oa'Chailfrtt* Street and Treu- ForthecmrntyOf Marion. ,'"on' the first Monday.inDecember. on real estate in this city and Brooklyn and stocks1ofthe ; One lot of .land wuhia &' limitt of the city of 90O acres of Land sssesteiT te l 1t h Jr. '
State aDd City of New York and United bounded the North bI' Lot of chn..a aecti 8a'
. 1Ir'T4& .* t'-of the Pabli Square,annexed to ihd St. Augustine oa 40.towitth5p 16. ralle"33
For tee- Htates GoTerntnenU I the South by Jot. of Rer. HUiIi River, .Ia'
iFlorila UOJ!'. t thccnest3ch4ndLeT7eathe; Marquis De Forgeris oa on the i 1, Jfio' .
L vHOARDING HOUSES. ",rL JMonda/ia December.Forthcuinny This fund is rapidly iacreaaing by a widely extended -! H xtlna and M 5 Po> d.East by\ Maria Sancars Abo.. 310 acre*assessed to i!>e said _."

I '1". .1. Eml. OalCharlotte Strict, Dear thej t, of' Columbia .od the third. Monday and procpennssbaaiiiessl vi..'' *' leretk.and'wesfV'UeT. H Xxt ir*.Lot ar4znars1i Saacb ,. urc .U.toa.I; J7. n t.ph I
'
.u.IOWtI.t
:' S.rrpdth'I' -'1H' t 1' I fnDe einber. \ t| The Company declared a-dmdend of profits of fif of\he SC.SebasrSim 'creek,said lot 'was returned ini aDJ east west of i mrma. 5- ,.

[ Vi" f'.t(;. V? Georst,. Street a few door I. The U.. District Court, at. St. Aug .tlne.. oath*' ty-two percent on ail existing policies the. 31st 1831 by MkhaerUsiaa.and aseenedto WUHam U .- JJliJJP."ON, ShcL4L< Ta.ttCoDector.1 :_ .Jf'-i
'
"
Suth'Of Ltt'Ccurtllot' and Public Sqd tt .* f first Monday ia April '*- "' January, 1848. '.SHadgrtt.-: '- / Jn.3.. iBi2. _;

t! G.-N: Papy. t>ff Bay'street corner'of Bay and I TUB, TB&AVBI.IEIl UUMDC.ROUTES All the Profits are divided among UnksaTaXe and expenses are paid ,before.the .. < ,

" I Garden Lane. 't 'j, '. r. > the Insured dayof sale. -.t f": S Tax collector's *ale.t ,

,. .4 I 1 '*,,t t. .,M >.. '.DOCtOfl.8. ; I ii FRoITcHARJLESTOM9.V -. The praauuins are;payable in cash annually'added' t the m- 5 R.B. CANOV.4 ShwiffanJ exoff.. BY view of the power Tested :(me byl. ?.*

; I Daad cLjFtufoa.*".OSei It his DweUin 1"l1otto. Annually, or quarterly* ,' interest- being" on Tax Asscsror and Colt.'cor,a.:.'c. ialle for sole' before the ;Coun lI' t-

i ,' 4i : f rrOtJl; Clark"." t Tori. Leaving daily a I deferred payments. : Nov /, ISM door-MellooTiKe oa the firit' foirlay of Jofy
: -
cinff :I .t :, 180 The cash principle adopted by this' Company secures the foUowiag descnbed
+ ,pcck m on Su Georg* Street, 31-9 'o'clock r. *, By Steamer to WilmJng met offcttjor ? Dliti .
: clo,ra. ortb.f thq CoaTi Ilouss. milea.-By Railroad to Weidon-162 mfles.-To Peteraburg to the parties for whose benefit the insurances Ta Collector'' Sale.f .' thereof *: will ply the ti wrfa thereon the .

" --H.Jii.Of l4" "". DnVGGtST" 4 . 63i: To Rlchmon 22...-\'o Aeqaia Creek are ef&cteJ.. the whole' ofthe! adrantagesi without Yirruevof the power vetted in m* by law-IthalLexpoee of Florida and C.uaty.t Orange fbr the 1 JS5f1"

P .C. Zihtta; a.ChcrnietATid fcest,4Nortb Cast 7a-By Steamer to W hingtOO' 5S.-By Ra rnd to subjecting them to the heaTy drawback of accumulated JLP fprsale-beiore the Court House lowitr 0 i; S ',,

1 r>)>\ic. quArt',cpposiic the middle baaaj.o I Baltimore 40-i-To' Philadelphia( 9:.-.To New-Yoik premium notes. < ,- t in.the eity of dt. Aagwtiae the Mrs 'Jolkby-- S10 acre*_ a ewl to J nr, Clark, bU tf tl'
I .TiineJ6') hours. 'Fare Persons may efiecl insurance thf'ifj.n1 lirea 'described or so 4; tQWD."hip 11. .
'"" 'fl7 Total distance 771niile. May next,the following property Irgr 3J.8CJah and.
.
4 -HS S'-1:1: 1 cu&M "
.a W \'UfRS., t ;d" .4'o o. and the lives of oLh n. A married wonuj no .D- I, roach thereof;will pay tha State ani* cjootj'taxes UalflIrxfliver,
9.
"" --1 le*Te. Charleston cure the life of her husband the benefits of*hieh are and the due thereon for the J.SIUP'-OS. S :'ti:
E. B. CouaKlior at Liwofficeon. Ai The >Sottthernei (Steamship) 'necessary expenses year bcrifla&4Taz C6 S
., the 27th of April o'clock r x. secured by law for the exclusive uselpf: herself,. or cIiUdtCD. lI 1651 to "wit' Jan'3 or..e. ;
teeth : ;
after t8.Jl
. : Ktry.Laie,,;.,E. 'u ? 'srsrp* '\' ---a **' every day l' S :
: a. A. Puinon.: A'tnrrey and Councellor Thro in 60 hours, Fare (&at.-Room) $23. I ," t 2000 aerea2d rate lan.! being in section 31, private j

" 8\ Law otricp, P.colataRirect. Jr,fa Cfarltitin It Pkik&tlplte- The' Osprey I Clergymen and all otlurs dependent upon salanes !- surreys township'5"South,.range 26.east, anj Tnz Colletor'lI Sllle.'BY .- .
.. Xfo ,
' TmffiArrarKerdiAtorar: : at. aniEo- leates I Charleston etery other Saturday at 4 o'ctoek, I are specially Invited .oanii themselves of a resource section' township 5"'soaili. range 27 cast, being vittaofthe W''friied ia me by law

." iiciior Tn"(rriaa nr-'foHrcft loa-.the/erounaKfloor; H ot rL-thmughln 60 hour. Fare $20. I whereby their surrhiog famllta may.be secured, pan'of'ihe2few8witxertand tract, lying about 28 u .zppw for sale be4 thr Crt UO\1M

thtSoiftr"> '< tfJtbe-dpnk'Uol1; .. L ."- :; -** I,i from Charleston to Ncie-OrleH leaving diI7 rom the evils of pVnnry. miles from St Augustine. in Sc John county su.1 door at SIrUonnL'e the :Jf Daro.1 .

trlirft R f'&j-rttftb.\; .. 'tiofntr'a, fd"oll "it at Vcloek a. Ey $. C. Railroad to'A gu*U 136ma Pamphlets explstiatory "of tlieprmdples Mutual Isndjsv jeiirned 184a-by DR Dunham. Ageit-. fwdecnibed.uad' .r'J: Ilid".r'" 11I_

1 III Lawe tn1 ie Vot Hoait .. : notr'1 .-By Georgia Railroad to.Atlanto ">.By Life Insurance and illustrating ,'idTantage*; with t of Joba L Eagle.and mskned'tor/ohn L TngUtUnkss 1 hereof VA, pay the bUS doe ti reoa he: eLto _

' I Macon find trvttern ICflSJar GriEn '42--By forms ofappli.tjoa.maybe obtaSn-d at the office or tue1aDd expense* are paid before the day of Florida aDd'CoJOJ1 Onngeibr the jear f 3Jf."!

'.lw PTniL;' 9'.. :.' :.. ,!I Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Raflroaa- to Montg mery the Company, 35 Wall st., or of aay of its igents.TRUSTEES. I of sale* VILK. wit : .

, rut, (J&N,. G* a':feUsILrW'Mstter' ; How-f, i'1 I 65 .By Steamer to Mobile 331-To_ Kew-Orieani .' i OAXO \. SheriffnmlxofT. L l' 100 acres aesad to EIizi*:h Dascfa. ja ', '. -

arb.flnS. ,OJiMf Mirket rt" '';IBS; Total distance .,OOG miles. Time 123.hours.. Jos n CoIin Darid C'Coldeff,', Tux Assessor aud Cull
unel'l"'l errar: ;"!c. ''.,'A, Putritn Snr7eyof '', Fare '039. 50. Win J Hyslop! k Alfred Edwards,. Nov 1, 1851. '. HaJiiax- Ri,- ". T 4. .,

iStreet Sarannah. R II 11c..Cur"l."m Bett-s i -- .', J. SUIP OX. Sheriffand Tax COectOrC1.LS, 41
: General..oi H&Jrpta1 ,corner of Art31ery. From Charlttton to ytv>-Orlcanriz, .
Lane and Ifospital Street. t:.daiyal9-A.! By Steamer Jo SaVannah 140 1t's. Er Winston, .* f Joseph ,Blnnt ', 1 ; TaCoIicc1orSaIe.g Jvirtve jaa 3.i.S2 J.

I i' .? -Rtgtr .'Iaco and Western KaJ- C W Faber, 'Isaac G. Pearnm, ,of the rested in i -
.tIX
; r-" By Ccniral Railroa to T power' my by law I Cutecstrg.rIe. '
.
i of 14&wz. -ronicc** ;okUe Court-House. :;. to .:1 road to Barnerrille 40:-By Stage to Opelaka 100By .- John Theo P YelTertoo.* Henry Wells, -.: .II.J, shall expo for sale before the Coon Hse 'Y virtue ort! power Trsred. ia m* byftnivfj
! iWm )[o
,1. rt" ,r. !' ,.Kia. Cpyrt Railroad to Montcomeiy 6S.-njSt :une'rto Mole Sedgwick.B ," re. door ia the city .of St. Augustine ,on the :first : hall expose for sale before the C:nat 'ff_:!

..}J _. q" A ..1" ) ,'t .** .<. '' 33 1.-To c".Orlt3ns'1&6To: 1 distance 1.032inilei. John Stacy II Collins, j 'Jona3II1 Zt'bfd -Cookh' Monday ,of February next the following desrhbed Melloorfile oa ibe firsi Monday of Jofy 'tie'-

gwJjr \G..Uiupphru fr: Judge' J office ; Time 77 hours. Fare 839. 50. John WatJs\t'ont Swift, "' 'DaTJd A Comstock r. ? propertyor much thereof as will pay the State following-ct1leribe4 tract of bad or to tom t ,

/ In l.T1t C ( !! .+ ; t : MISCELLANEOUS TADLE. and otln'l taxes qnd the neeesnry. expenses .due. of as.wiU pay the taxes doe thereon state .
tw
<
S 31 t .<
Cornell. ,
!1esi.2: V Clerk Circuit Court, office IateC.urtjIuiet' Tim Robort3ShuyIerir for tlje .
:7'u. Distancea., Far: I GOUT \ thereat year 1651 to wit: FicnJan4 County of Orange foe theyfars I i
M
"1. Wikin'lamr"; Chambers.; ,rt
*'
1 To Aten,. Ga' 221m. 87.95, 2U.h.f} John V L Jo 550 acres'of rate'Iand. iD: DIn of a, donation taw : .,.- -
Refui&a 4SierUand'Tax'Collectcr.of-' "CLattaaooga.rcn..445. 13,12,. ,,31 Fred Pruyn i raektrman. omginally to Jose Papy. being sectiea 33 jof 2304 sere* en tie West eWe, .and f 15 ,
Moses U acre* **
h''i Whittlesey Grinnell *
\cl'tdi'tM.cd.1r U I\\ J l -1. )0 8 ? private *.township 7,south 23 .
"c?luba.. C.; ,130 4.) Charles 'Wm unrry range east, astrssed tie t ride oCIUiUiaJC River sitewtd ta P4ttfl. .
Coltttttr of Cvstcnt John M Hanson, offie .- 9 Ely. J Bunker, ( to Cole ffsright & Co. said land Is ;
., I' Camd( .S.: C.. 142 :400. John C Croger "EogeueDntilh; lyiaz on 1ir2aabeing section 33 and 40, towB&a>J'J!
P'ntcrtJio! : it* t -r-w" r ; "H8rabua'.S. C., 136 ,4.0 8 %S'aherioy, tpraneisSLathr '. Picolata Kosd about fourteen suites from oSAullUJ.. raage29oath and east.: '
''.' Ho J. office ;'nV 23.00 -- p, tine '' S -5- SIMPSON Sheriff iaJ t
Cu Orn .
Inspectar of "* war: I.'r rdphil'l.Tt'UD.. 740 Alfred i Tax CoCector.
pell O ;
-J TWtcher. a
., thi x oTesPIvCharleatoo f 'fe Unless Taxes and ,upnsesar paid, before the j2D3.1852 .nl
IIoirJ .Btri; ..JA14t.1 ; I Passengers for either of > JOSEPH D. COLLINS, President .
&1f f'l f'1 J V S, \lr l' Qrtiternt daily, by 5.. ATTSecretary. '
t D.ttofn4: .. ie-in theCov.zLIJcu3e -.. A. V. .' .'1 1 I Jostra BtrsT.'t Counsellor. a.Bv_ CAXOVA, Sheriff And ex-ofl". ART UNION OF PHILADELP

G BriJvfcf.wplfUiiM,, tJ* 3 59uru<>:e.',in Jollu 'I. Tax Assessor and Collector, s. i.C. Incorporated by be tesltlaliLrc-iiO
I CasLrxi, C ire nit Court -OI..SI. G. R. FAIUAXXS, Agent St. Aaguitine: Fla. .
the iort $lfJIIf'. .tooN ,i-j Nor. ), .851., II Pcnnsylranla. "
offiffe in t. (:0 11flV.: ..: ::: : ,- .... Febl6th. I; d ,r -
Dj"tty :tjars1Z. G"'oe I. ZtUubaur .. .. 'FOR THE PRO3fOTfO.V OP' TIlE .4_

.01ia.U .: II ,.,! fI... ': ," i 15 CHJLSCERT : f r 6 iOO ) E x Collectors sale, -'Ill TS'OF DB..Q.1. ri4

.i I .4 k..'1; -.-j-' I"J 4.. iss. t 11 George R. Fairbanks spe-) "' .' .' 83?. ACGUSTflXE,. E. F. Br virtaof the.'power vested in me by1t., I ,. NT.DrrcLS j
W11lcS.Ot"fTi1ErEACE. .J *.'u cial Master and Receiver : .
tt .. I I : & expose for sale before the* Court Hoos .
ta.=ua.'t.c.P..U.c iI .U .., 4-. p.. .' ,..j,.nf, iho Estate 'of Rutcft ,I IMcllnrdydec'd TIllS. hay I door the eiryefSt Acgastine oa the first )- i OFFICERS ,., f

r, Gt,. L'! rhmip'tul* PuMic! -ofiice on .y.; : I ,. ..1 ;: ESTAlJLISmiEKT day\\of May 1f'xt. the followicg described i. S '. "
.StegJ "e.i.-oLjii.Marketand' ID 't'd orJ vs. .1-I f Discovery .;if-;""I; ing undergone Thorough Repairs this t so much thereof as will pay the State mad pr.nyor HCTXT C. Cixrr, Pr ',. \Va.r.u.s D.
county
J to tht Post )aee. 4 4L Lambert Jones .JI. aDd aCcvUtltE. -, t present' season is .now ready for taxes and die,uscessarj expeasca dae Uiereoa for the I r"''- PrenJfut,- E. Eawira P. )Mcrcmu Tree.ate .. ,.
ot Company. FAMILIES AND HMlt"n.n.l
reception .
: year 1851. ti' wit : _. ecntliq &cTtil. ;
N i. i ; .
"-' Jones &\vjfct GorgeRichyy '\ t GtosoxW.
uu' CI.'VcrlY"6FFt ofT tr- .t ., '! : nnd Mnlvina R&chcrthsyifc&imue -, TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have .pacious A t lot laid In the ,city of Su Al1ust De. ton S In"ET.C."puJ. ;' .

.'L77J" t S .i1iZi. .,. Madden Apartments. .. *. ded on the' east by Dragoon or' Spanish street and ----00----- S
't ii4b'i1 oW-lit k f' 1 S
t1tWf' ." T .' ', u'f i. .,. t. j (tirfil Caroline! Maul- J. I Room, Airy. Clean, and neatness lot of O Pomar aDd A Masters, on the West by i MANAGERS:

I P oJ..7.4i.. 4.t, .aJaer4. .I' '' h :. .' I '. itself furnished haudsonielr.Ifotbiu .- Tdomato street on the South by lot of Joseph John ?artira. Clmle Toppia. lames 3. vVaBac *
FPdci;. l' : I Iep., hI w fc.t : j ", : Andrea deceased the North Chuffs )[acadt''. B. H. Butler.
.... the a rlCfi oTthe Court ; \Vantln;. : oa bytn aUejr.saidlo.waaarrifiBally Henry S. Patter
F. J. Qvnu.. j, V; t. 1 1o t appear lag to in &caacctbat the raid The JlmiK is"ivcil knr\rn as L-t'nz! vr' cntly ,. owned by the I_., Owjre :rt1elt. son. ,1L D.. Charles G. Leh \ViShm D. Lew-t' ti
o STc/75 / -.Char.e"jUu, r.' office M. by atIdtvit made jhis deeeaeeU.and assessed G. R. Fairbanks .Joseph D. Stewart Mi DEdwia.
t .' 4 Joirsanil.'Mary. E.Joue Built, Exrr1v with a vies n'Vhe ft'cc.r to coauin- Ri Cope, <"
"COlDf..J4. r i'lru.... .,.. ,4 1- -... t. ,. Pcfcnfbnu.iamhen C onr ttalvlna' RbPf his odntidri/J I::' ; ;nndo5, beiniftjentfrelj- .lnga aa.t" acres more. or If si .*'. FJward P.MitchieiLloha s. Han.A, M. .:<

W' : t irJ1 C1rr1 j.] l eJltyl !".! l tis i trtrge-Tuehey JUauiden jind Caroline;jManliJeii-? built of \\ 4., .' j\ :. U\ni* ;n'cjDg'T. Folding ttpeS! IAX.Z* and ezpoaa are paid before fbr3Mci .. ., James L.:. ; >.,
.. *Lfe. aol Samoer; ofn e. .
'F, 1.d\\ I.- \ 4n ; 'rl .w. 1 kin wifc resiJe the ,)iini4. ,of the State of Dr'c. t.. ; :... 'r'r&c' irom diy ; : :"
S beyond u Every Jfcmber
& 'C'.I f
If.onTJ AqD. 't of South Carolina D.inrme. l'r. '. B: tt-- ':' 1\'iow: 'J\- .aD. ;- tr. oaf the Tear 11S191oi .
: ; :
via in ihe ,
t hll l ,JpI. EJtp!, Florida ;, tate ; 'l' t A UHl : Uf'.f"c..ncJor! FIT "
lftyz8u' s aC9i.era..j. ,
f. .; ul.if.' t. Jt ;is .tierote, on moiicn of, George R. FILth,thrmi h, (,"ni .../ 7 F' 1'. .;. 1'0HunJrpi 'h.jtO.;4,..5 .".... t c. *j **S a5prvitof Pvuu.S .

t ...!t .., .m 'Xi'clrI r.: ". '* ': I banis,ordered, that the raid defcnJan9 'L.1m'bt'rt"C. F.i .. ; .: .. c.. f"*{ ., Af'Vir 1 1 1 L I -7 "" -.< ,.. .- HUNTINGTON'S "CUBISTIAXA AXD .

I ree. Centrr.r. P. Ferreiri and J A. StrUcha.VlBfl Jones.(.and JJary ;&. ,Jon" his wife, George \ ,&( ., frtgz, n u .'raL .V i1' r 'ff .ax.ojiwto nt- HEIa
L IS >' I_ .i L I BJchey ft iTMalviua Rjchey" his wife. and Samuel trt of jl CHILDREX" ..
H 'I j _: r.-.i1 n n H' f SClti 'tie .r -
1I "vjr1U Gfdtw.ot.yoh .tl.i r.If.1 5Efagrre.l.if JOSEPH AXDUIt
.' *1 Manlden *Caroline )JaulJen.his wife appear and If'-t'--' sritn'et! facing iSo ; ***r
JriMERCHANTS. | Ti is ri.: t n-< > ti r.l; i Jijte ftf'fl -
h befre Lf '
t e.'Ut ; t AND THE COMPANION
Btrrau&t L &*$Wholesale ana Retafl.dealer answer the Bill' of Complelnt ;.Ie4 in this aUM. position* nn.l retired (rr.m (fcru-f? rfit. :iinjs.: :,. :.:", ?. .. .t\II1.'tU3tf.\Ol-It ; f.r ,rM v tt". : tC1.futi"gtu": 1
of thr :iJt u.VEiCrs
ia fir.itcuaiiif.l Family Orocenes all!1 11kWJ. ,U- Within Four months tram the date publication The Il(use contains 45 Hoor,,. with cddttion- 'i.j" ; ol.i ; 5eoJ : DRE4J1a
wtakeni i for.confessedigVmst '1' loJ't'rty rr E.ireredy4. RITCHIE Xn
c,1. : :2 r.3stei4 ers, '. I..I..L' I al Parlours Seirinj! ; RrjomjCnnJ con.vccit'l.cE .HeCI U Wi. ytty .:tat .i.\ r" Or the'eboice of nf
1 1 1I' ihemr yta- any two the fit 1o.aC
,
(fl1'1tfi' s<;3fe. ( : /.V ': ia ;encrai :'For AAim'ikwnCn- es in-I I n".. 1it '
.f that Pcblication of this SIS"l-Y. :Zp.3be i u.ee6lt1 j.,. t- Four Splendid
IThrtheicrjerttl: Eura"1u
*'* 11 sierla iStipfe sna'Ft. cy fyi f: And it *
$ : fe in this not Lc siirf-"s-Ncd. -" t- I year J ::l3 : wa.i S "
f. U.; Cid!, \\* !t 54Je '>f charlotte streit, ": RkM w dObt$ pratt be mado ia toac newspaper published Four MonthTHOMAS *.' The well earned Reputation this House i 300 acres 3J rate land tssesstd io \.coUs an- '. TIZ : .

:';r of .. Circuit. once" A' wee% Tu r Iblt"p3'or both" chez being section 25 o( private I.-JOBS Kox"s I.trxxvixw wrr*Mul' Qrxtx or
lt 7 1\:: ; X4 if dealer "' DOUGLAS 'Judge, &c has from Yt'nr,1oYe..r'ocqui' will surrey, hip .
I 1eA iI / ProprietresMrs. DAVIS aim'to'ittistain, and 4. south cf rang 39 Cast, being;in ist Jt>ha* C B t- StoT5.P. .teJ if Ltutze Lngrfttd >&ri uu
IThc4izft Gjocfrij.*. urocery..store ou4be Crttiei'tobe'atfae t copy' of E.tate 2.-Rrra.a.D Box Painttd&y I
( ty, adjoining lends of Robert Unu&Ei.rrau 4
: Mickier! and
cT co. fur the liberal'Patronage heretofore she returns .
C1rr\ IT.lOlln
trttn'f.oer'ef 1"i1t CUy'JlQtfl: .Pit\k.IAfsl i'irj/" I P.'B: nU31AS} ;' t t- : f ''. Estate orE T tDb. U5irtja \
\JtfrA e,1J.J I I I (:azigt9.185. her thanks. < I -
Chrt.tv" i Unless and 3. Mixer's DU.&JJ.P4i.ltl
1 :' taxes expenses are paid before the ffmntimgtHt.EMm-
It1 t The Table will b suppledcith; choicct
'Iilft' S. % # T/npiw' Dealent in Fancy veil Kiicli
NOTICE. : day of sale.! iJ ,
!' t. G ._ ___ 'j1he s; Pinters Hotel i>ajJeefCharlottestreet Ea." I l- HEREBY GIVEN* that application A.be Game, Oysters Shell Turtle;'Fi'Jh. Ducks, Venison, I R. B CAXOVA" Sbcriffand exH>ff. .CaxtsttisA S ura flu Cro! tr .Pi ttd\y EmtiMgloa *.,
: and winch this
: 'H h< Turkeys Fish ,at time '
; !
Circuit ,
Efr3retllyAlrnc
; of the Eastern II Tax Assessor and Collector
the Jadge
be made to s. j. c.t .
tosian&3. [LA Ii'crs'orid Forests abound. Two
Grocetiesj r'
r tom mt"-Dea'ri : our :.or A nd ofthe
/ < Ed wards.Administrator Nov a ecpy
A ef Florida by the Petition of Jamea I, 1851. \ .
-<-" '
earner pf Cima and SC George? "j' of 1 M. Wanton, deceased, more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this Philadelphia
ot the Estate Art Uulon Rr' :
portev
AT m.d Wanjo monthly .
!
and Phjlipt f1 CoUe q. pa containing a oldie
George flit1
q -e I report traojactioospf -
.
I Bridge rtreets* j '
of Chtriortcand Ponies '
; "iw..coraer .1 Horses Carriages
deed., Guns Fishing ''
of said E7M. W' toD. virtue t'e' thelnstltatbo. '
maker and J"'Wrf"Oft Wanton,hein at law .' BY of power Vested in me by bar.. I and ial-n lion at&e
; t E'ttJk1 QL"'aq..atd Apposite office efDrPeek.r ,I thirtydaya from this date at his chamber?.in the City Tackles,Boats for Excursion&c., 1 I 'Ierie3 tpon and will eiwwe for sile sobjeet of tfie Fine \rts. .*'
Gtor,esrreet nearly sell I
r*...aiVfcU.w.i' Re'uXler' of Boou :'Sh a i' Caps, of :51. Augustine. al10 .sM. ,for Authority' to Very Respectfully at Fort Caproa oa Indian fiver,8 t,, oeiaeo nty. THRdUGHOOT TilE WHOLE WORLD. *. ::
( deed. PROPRIETRESS.If. :,
) Wanton .
Edward
there
Hats and DryMlooJj.1 east side of Csr1ottteatteet. the real estate of aId I ( btinjno Coun House iasaldi.eocary) on the- __( '.
.
St. pt'l
Treaaory LaD I to wit : 379 1-3 acre*oo the West tide of Rirer !t6tit Monday of 'May next.betwtfn the osna] hours The An Union of FJiiseIpiix r.It ia1its .

\: "I" corner. Lurertnrx oCJYptzteetiiid Andteu! Tailor Charlotte! 'ttreet, "I Johns adjoining'John Zanders PllnlalioD,4.0 1.3i B.-It It the Wish of 'ne Proprietress -, of sale, following described'tracts of land*j or, so own Carti cates with wjueb .9n&3L.1t. \mrn wm> .

eartie Fort. i ann East aide of Si. Johns River at a place called that the Servants attachedto much ss will pay the State an J County Taxes. *- works jof \rt mar be purcht ed ia rtbfAeJ.States. t. 1.
; and 300 acres at a place called Col the House shoald be''civil, I1tt alive seised'thereoa 'for>thtJ"" 1851 TJX f fI any' r g
J.in L'jJn: '. noc4 maker, !huloue'trtet near C'uuninftham : { : at the option an! seleetiba of (he prison _
e{j ;llHot ; o \i.l* f H 4> l. JP .1 Branch, East of St. Johi Rfoer* and obliging | 1.31 00 acres of aa Island knotra as HstchinsOnsIslasd mar obtain *prit at th, ,. .p.
1' GEO. R, FAIRBANKS. : situated in said county of St. \ ':
5lTcharf .eUnCabioet. Makrr. Charlotte CARMICHAEL AND '3THE Lafia,'boaaded AnqutJ Dit1rlJallon. vT .
-
--- Attorney for IetitIonrTLAuznst DREDGING DACDI: & on the North_ Jby.Jtndiia Jliter loletr ,pbtfqutlvBy
va
'
I etre et.tx M Teiretjneeflsfl. :: '* Ko 32 ttic1h s f ice on te Erming of \ tcsrjJ
Jalsi\3Iitr,. ,3ack Smith and Gun SimtTr,near 9. I85H t nndersatgned hare beea:appoiated agents St. Lucia Inlet or Gilberts Bar-oath;
1( ofhis iD'fention and woteld Fist\1 the JtUntic Oceao,sad the West [ni inner* Yez r'. '
owners oo -
.. riorth Gat thejCityi: 11 ; recommend by
iljUM-'Mi1El'tr
I ,1 j i I LiaftAM it to Contractors. Companies or Individuals, InJIan RlTcr.ajwsted against Major F. WoodbriJge TIlE. EXECUTIVE roiIMITTEE O.rIT :

$3Z'W : :\1JSE.'I&NTS.. ENGLISH AND'AMERICANWBOLESAfI who are about rfoiug'work of thafollowtng descrh and F. M. Robinson,. residents. Uales .the- take* ART UXKXY.Vhen ,/ ',.

!;jujr'alJle-t oirlia AI1" O: Howard IDJ1 1 W 01l1f OD.T%: L : thereon,and costa'are paid before the day of sale* \ to reqaestel.M>ct works of Art,wuiioat eaar' ,

,Jh LE'Ure !. ,- AST rTAtt BZJIIJC1. t5 Extensive drainage of j Swamps, Marshes, and ?n-, I Alo320; acres of land (the same being a pin or compensauoa. fioni their 4

ifr74LfItT4 :4 Efjretkxitrtt, by ENGLISH- FRE Clt. AMER1CANAD gar Plantations.: i.0" < : of a Grant of 12.000 acres made by the Spanish FREEGALLEftY,21o CflgSXO SyREB'or

F. \_ Hoteq .. r I'- I GERMAN : Building Levees around Plantation or Towns, government to Ensebio Maria!Gomez.on the 15th those peons in she conty. who may ;LVe.r
rIsx(4.1. I'
'
rAil, :.; t:. ;Reaiir orLiquore. mhmenta( ,} DRUGS MEDICINES CHEMICALS,1 Opening Channel way and retnorihg:Ban at the> July 1818) situated fa said county of St. Licia Qn mOte from Galiezies.- or ftn& exhbidoca* .t&Subacrfptioas ..
: te I, joppoiite BridierV Bowling PERFUJERr month of Rivers and Harbors. ,'-: \ aa Island lyfo*b-tween Gilberts Bar and Jripiter FineArts.r

: ; ." ; t .. SAVANNA GA. Making Canals through Swamps,marshy or sand)' Bar and known aa Jupiter Island except 80 acres 1 1S j- I
-
l' $ .. ] and I., ground. Jog on the west &de of Jupiter Narrows belonging to of aeaaberAIp, 5
.; ". ;-a.---- 1 Particular: attention paid to replenuLing FngUth: ; irZd t.e n1ko'
.,'-GIN' I.t. f'S1'AE: I", OF.F.1C&,,,. ,L1t.'h"'lt"* Ships J/edidoe, Chest, according to-, Deepening water around 'Wharves and.Piers. j i the Estate of F.M.K. A/orru late deceased or so us eady as 'practicab*. so a j I-eatflmt'! rt'.e-
;jAmerican : channel through Lakes and BJT-. much there alas will pay the Siateand Coanty.tsxe etrly.atrabers orthe "Rwrter.'
.7.EN .r.i ...M4i! !"t.ndJv..'Clt, the Laws of England.ricKIes. Kt'tpiogupeD way whie wilf ke
I
Vera remoting Rafts or *nak.rJL-Lajgsvtearing_.np I Assessed theon for the years 1849 1850 sad 1851 wanlea.apoo thc*ctbe
_- ; teii t 1 ..-. -r -;1- AGENT iir.ey'bThi &'c Pi 1iJepiizI ; vssaey, t* aar ,
4 .Jm New York MeaL Roots of Trees,etc. _- j ,.j : anlew t uze tisenfinioi oot* are paid before the ctf'die. etwntryv *,: ""> *. '
4 .i" Pr.Jacob Tovneed. t JJI\TifI desirons of br, day of Ml. C. L. BSAYTON,Sheriff Ex. Offi.* .Secretaries-
; !' : iii To persons fanproTing wut Lands The Honorary will : ,
Tibbm. Provldenee gvbstiptaOD5OZIemhta5eeSmy
; I Ie Co. I ftet All
,,, 1U4eJ AlIlU'w .. TsxiAsBesoiad,
Coaectorv
J "ilooanenaide this michincan.be be recontmended. tfieanlv ,
drainage as
c'. : o.16 'IT" -16.. x 1 ** f *. beJJaie t4. cv'
1 : I
t. . --- one adaDteif all the DurDOse neeeesarT* tTo Steadied.Florida. I ,GEORGE W..J&WEY.
-- -S
"5" ,prc4r.j I' $'t.. ot$:' Monument square.1 j '-rc-cerT'c.t dcc. those who are building or repairing Cans!*,r or r Jan 31,,1852. .::1. p :- ,y'- ,

e .pq.it. George rctt.Fcrtite PRESERVED Fruits t aeorte-FZtms.Peache,, drain ill-will be'ibgarf cf iiiuueuse VatniyKs irwITI j aiQ Oiooul Street.PJajJ :
e4jrA.i .: Pin delphb '
tIC. r j., Qufnce Applrs. Car- deepen the Canal, add at the same time form an em- Tax 6Uectors ',Sale. -.. J." ii .11 ,

I J i rt.L 51. ceGrg etreet, rant GOaTS. Oranges Jetty.r.VemaeUi.Figs, Straw! )Iacaroci mt. ,Currants Sweet 'and Oil, bsnkmeDt or lnc .f< fl 1_ 'j & I' Dr virtue of& '-pqwd' Tested in ,me by Law i JUST .Xectivej:petite Watlf \Vilc1;:
This machine is csed horse I
Tnm eitr.er shaH for before
or sale the
tlo steam ripose Court house' ream New York
t1 full
a
! e&.c4
D e&r t tI Madeira Nut, Fllbrits Pea :Svta aborted t 8.150111,
I Almond: which ,can be Increased to any -t. t'flIoayite '
I ; : I power t'X1 j st oo the 'fillt Moaiday of July next the.!f menl.nf Groccnes.Provstons na4eJ(4
l Ir.I t'S r tO rIt' E.STEft.CIRCUIT Candy.Rock Candy Citron, Ralsjn?. Cassia. Bay They are how in successful operation in all parts of following described tract of land or to much threof .Buek"hcat.Se.Drta Sjrup t

Rum. Congress Water CordiI, Prunes Ginger :he county.and maybe seen at Cbarieaton.South Car-Ioliaia I will th due thereon CrarrrjeAp ';
: F1..Onp)A u pay $ taxes the State of rpl Ic8 Onions
k 1I '* Clare' ,;pot oet, (SabbaRCs
I fSt. Preaerres.. Spanfah Oliri-s, Champaign Navy Y rd.'Pensoeola and the Cans between 1 sad I Cbecl\
'. () '1t nlt** ** ; ; on Florida Conniy p( Onage for the year 1851 Buu Pickfe. ;
: Lard
Lncie Mel- qaors -Farias Wheaton GriU Sardine ;, Fresh .Galveston: and San Lotus. town : v -S ; :;r. Prcwres, Crackcza.. '.

j '. Co sn:;f" t' "censt at almon< Fekles.; Csners,,Sap Sago%SpTcis, Fancy By application to JSl: SECOR. Esq..oar AgeD. 3OO acres of land assessed to Bernardo Seni I HamsB4c6nPorkBcw S &c.

I ,ioOYt le.n th-t! thTorllw l ceond TieaWJrL Soap Creke nderJOaaFine.enf. T<*accolTy- at Mobile! for the States of Alabama and Florida beingliz RCtJOD .towshp J5jn 33uth,j I n11.. JJ: 1, CAn ? .#.
.
I .' city c;*t ltl't.:1 ;. ers Honey Dew Tobacco, &c. at retail.P. drawing of the machine can be seen;with information aDd eaatlbi lL a &ii JI' t l' 01'- III'I Fr'lt '-
.s, in Atm.'r: F ) 1'04 rl' & CAKR. < pp11es.rUsrvd -: ,;
.
JI
aiiG 'unhtoaday Mtoiheeo.t.etc,' I 1. KPfP.M,'Sh ud 'T4tConect0 : tcbr.
for\e'eQ't t at \ ; G pcfc. >!Iarj Ann free? '
I of :\pri. L-i-. NOT_ 22., ,185U rjnly 12th 1851 : jan.3,18 1_ <-, t;< aD btl.t& ](oUbnuas article Ti )

i \ for the eecntzrs4Aabua: 'at/Le"r.at ew- !! Tax Collector _Ie. GILBERTS 3ECOR.flew York I'T Cra4e ttJ Ur!, HaofBaco8.cbes31 -
-
I 'cyile! fir.t Monday ia May. j I Y Tinoe ef the power rested:in "rae bib-JJ t Tooth; Powder, dec.r. i Tax Collectors Sale Polpilccsvpnionj, Teas, Sujars, Floar, RrCoceDnns
of ,
he
rorthe Cf4bLtafZi1igitor, OD the I Ic I.DaU expose for sale Before the art Howe Cleveland's Tooth. Powder, English :rjirtuc ( tarsal.POWQ'f7..1 Spkz SoapL Th01 IJaJt,

4 ,d Monday of Majya* r- ,\ t IFrt''U 1 I I II I door at jVellonVffle the CnrMon/ay Jolynextthe '1'octhbruhes.Cooane! "Wateri flench, Soap, UshalIexpose atYefloavi1c befo.dotr .Coan.lf..1 Corn,' Oa?*, Bran.1 Dorter, .Ale, Brandt:
oa the first
or IL,4ntbe1 the (bUowinsj described tract of land o so much Monday, j
a u--.lt a"l1 C. astorteld p1ntie33aiDj. Jaly
I : Camphor Soap. Honey 'Soap Perfumes. ] decibe- :Wioe,Orangey Lemons_, Cocoaoqis.4I op4%. .
the will the' doe thereon the State .tiaec; Off 1a4.
\-"f'dct"Jy :e fpIiIondayia May thereof pty taxes PhQieeme Oil.Bears'OjJjtcifet Powder;fine Dr M 1"
i .} at .1acboariUe. of Florida and Coonty of Orange for'the year I 1851 Spongi. mach taereofa iU par the uxesv fee thereon I U1.s..r! 4 S l.AK ,
.
for tht (Cl1:0t:. ;the 1 .,' Hair Df Kaat Water. -ItfKitary Shaving SBrushes. oal ; '+- -- -- '- :
I jtt1 wit t : : of;Jnerida sad County of huge Ibriikiei ;: FOR- .fff
to, KEY
& Perfnraaty
r foUT)1cnday ) Strap Robert JbekrrjpD : ,vEST.0 -
QW" : O1D". al St. ;G3 9 acaMteJtOThOIu3Z Fiten .btift'a furm..1O: : -S __ II < '
! For the ; 4ugustne., &e. "Also7 an"'sssmtmentof RiW ifn. &i4LPUIN Capi: Gone 1

I _thel..It "_(.'.ttjta1ifJ. e. '" .\.". .:!;.tt ,.' ; .e io.38,39iOdt4E'\ : Townships lftnd and 1.:J3; I hotaV Cmkry Faaey*. e aDd"(1ath'Itotf:J'ip flit section,1.aC 3.to'uns14 o ta..l sj 1jIerUDdcZ I .a 8TO 1mr eiiat&dcsitrh f'-r Y'--'.
! '. tmx. range 32. J. SIMPf. ON.Sheriff .,.:J't retail by 'B* CA'BR-.t" .. ace I'OCh'fi '" iI 41 *.a : :,.
\ I I ; .Ot Dd SLLrefJ _3I3 :7' tt1.u "tor. Y, M t( t : 8ThIPsoNb4WaodzsLcs11__ "; tit Jl..s c.&D.'Si31" dl
rct.h! un t ,= ; .. N ii I I i t o. } ; "- -i-S i '
I ". rwsftei fir Oi 1aclaT.r N.nmbt-r. f h, '.. Ii t J.1.u A- f I jI.D.ai"J1 : 14k.d I't fI ; -5.d .atIw h "-C' 'i.1kI ,.;
.a- J:.. *c 1, -4V
w \
} .
, -
\i .. I '' ei ,,( "f"P", \Jkt. J

; I I.! i : -
,
: 1 I ;t t ; H *, I '.' : I I I ,\ I ; :: \ J I Ii ,
: 1 :
iiir 1 .' .
,


1 :.,'l '\ i, ,to I-:1: ,.. ',, "..rff.UilU, ; : :'!'' 'I': '..;". .' '.',..,if','{... "':. .f.,.. .., ) : -L1( :. ; I 1 1'i-'i-'it "\;. : ,,:: :- 'I' .. ._{ -" f I -. t f. ,'-. !! .<'.,' J \ \' \ I 'I'.'I' \: \,.. ; ,.. ..,,\.'.L -S


.
irwi \ I "I I )
II 1
( I I
aai .. .
1 : \
r H :
11111 I I \ I
I
.f I' '
j. I .j '. :. \

L L. 1 I I t "i f .... .
..., &
.1 I : ',' .d.., .. I4" .1 .; '; '" : b.' -*,tLa rijiutn?* -..kSoo- .101.Ii '
"o"
d i ; ,. .-. "" ., ,_j .". ,''" .:.'- I-- / l..Ioiiii..t. : -: I" "Itij .r > ....: rL.W! [ L rr. '