The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00082
 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: April 10, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00082

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V flYT1VESiEIL MAfcUCY, such as to please. Attached is an Oyster saloon Wo arc apt to 'grew a-weary for the every da? duties of domestic life.-. : a glimpse of the paddle bags, made a great

AT TWO JttLLAES TIE AXCOM,1X.&'Df UCL and Eating House which will be satisfactorily! up- In ibis troubled world- at times, But we have yet to learn' the philosophy of many inquiries about tho health oMbe.neigh V

"- CT AnvEMifEjiEjJT will be Inserted aj OXEXotL plied from day to day'with the Game of the seaton. For. even golden.ells! can ring this opinion. We'appeal to the candid and I borhood &c. 0

: eqnareof IS linn or under, for lUt first Hours of amusement Genllemm' and Ladies will be In melancholy chimes ; % intelligent reader, of either sex, whether there The Doctor finally took leave of the lady
per rora: ft to 19. A. M. and 3 to 5 M--'fbelater let lira be an essential .between the love
human lorin incongruity assuring
SEVENTY-FITS CCJTTS for each rabseijuent diat. And our that he would call on his return,
toiviiioD, and Hours and evenings:: for gtntlemen exclusively. Bo u,bnt or where it may, of general knowledgeand the love of homebred as she reminded him so much of his wtfwhu r
will be made f for 15 ,S.MIU NDA.
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a tDI mlcn. A'Jctloctlon Dark shadows often rise,from which duties. -We appeal to the conscientious, he was sure would be very happy to make
"tcf.lw.eruel (ur1xuzoQha. Tax Collectors -alf. Our hearts would turn amty.FulLoAen whether the wife and mother' who redeems her acquaintance.The .

". 7 .All adY rlP1eDt. roust be paid rot.before BY irirtoeoflhe, powervested In me by:'law I do ve sigh to taste time daily, that she may cultivate and enlarge lady turned h enter the ho-'se.and the

Iniertion. nlfM by a regular cuatutner. fly refer expose for 'rile befor the'Court ilout'E i 5ome spirit draught of joy, her intellectual powers for the purprll8 Doctor had just gathered up the reins when

to terms, the requisite cum may bea seer. door atellourille on ll'e. first Monday>> of Jury : And lmo-t envy Chaldbood'.laughAbo'e of imparting what she may acquire lo Jim Atwood dashed up to the gale with his. J
tUg oar advertisement.I next,the following: described tract : of land or,so its painted toy others, will ,be less likely'on that: account to horse m a lather of foam, -; ..
I tateed too tnutmittcd with the much',thereof as will pay the taxes due thereoa 'the Wheit'come great hupti' breaks ,under Uf, bring those,powers to bear upon the comfiJrt "What In thunder are you doing,. Doctor

'* AdrertiaeiaenU pot'DtarkrdWilh". the nmrfWlfef State of.Florida and County of Orange doubled taxed Or loved onus prove unjust 0' and welfaro of her own 1amil'. Can it be yelled Jim "get off that log and coma alongl .0

: insert Soa required, will lie continued until. o.r front the year 1845 to and including" 1851, ;tWit And rouse (rom tarry dreams, wound that be who made woman rational and immortal The Doctor was a great deal astonished: at .

.forbid? and ,charged for.E ) : < Ourt,Hlow in the dust ', decreed thai the should be severed first, but after a fdw minutes It gonbfough hi*

tl u 'Notice to Debtors and Creditor. : $7 00 section 540 37.I1cre.autsstd township 19.to.Theresa 28. $Rodrigces, .lo Bar, 'whither shall we t rn lo seek, from the world of mind and buried up_un hair that he bad been all the morning;riding, V

AppUcatiori far Letters AdminUrtmtioi;, .5 00 Unless taxes and, expenteaare range paid before the The healing balm uf: rest, der the pressure of mechanical labor 'Who beech. log in his own doorjard.tlhi.
of sale. X til.MPSON, Sheriffand t ,find;whence shall come he cheerful ray I will contribute most of zest to the firesidecommuning '
AO religlouinotlnes win be -inserted gratul. day .
ur jan3.J859f. Tax Collector o.c. To re-illumine our breast ? ; or, at the circle gather aroundthe THE ORIGIN OF RACES. V
IoJII1. ""J' evening table with books or work whose
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Treating of the origin of races,Dr. Symon,
JobJrrlDdrtg[ be paid on Tax,Collectors Snie.Jyvirtueofth Oh let and breathe mind will the aid of the
ii O All bills ror most us go our woe' coma most freshly to of Bristol England, propounds the following .
-vested io be by bw |
the delimv of the work. .'*3 ,shall for power tale before: 'the Tourt House .In Nature' kindly ear, child at his lesson who will select the book series of queries to his readers, leaving the wftrence 0 ;

ST'AU 'letters on bueinees,and communications I 'n the:city of expose St. Augustine on the first Aonday| of For,her soft hand will never deignTo for the evening' past time 1 nay, more,who 'to be drawn that they are hot easy of .
described wipe (he mourner's tear will ply the nCeJI& most cheerfull)-tho woman solution: .
attention. May next,th0 following property or ao
',rcfift' be. COST mo to rebeire I much thereof &* will vav the fitate and County tax she .mocks not, though' we tell our grief. whose mind has be n weighed down Are the fair Circassian and the jet black African .
... --- -- Wiblicu all sad and faint, through! the day with care and trouble about
-- t.U' and the ;eri ;xeuseadue thereon fur theyearlBSl.to the olive,Malay aDd the red Ameriaan, .
'I, :&\. Ordinance maUInc provision wit: At. i seems the loudest while wo pour many things, or aha.whose spirit has been re- the dusky New Zealander and the florid Saxon
.tfor the exp i *e$ of the CUr of 300 acres 3d rate land assestrd' to' colas San-: Our, week: and lonely plaint.Oh refreshed and elevated by communion with I I all ot ene original stock? Did the P tagoI -

.81. tAulEnt-tiae for She year ,&S2. chex being section 25 of"'private survey township 1 let ua take our' sorrows the wise and good T There may be it Is true finn, whose average height Is nearly feet,

,: 1hi'.rdg4ied IIr' tAl Af.,*r tmd Aldermt .j 4. south of range 29 Cast, being in St. Johns County To the bosom ottho'hills, "Hands that will scribblu, when they ought I I spring from the same parents with the pigmy

. .d4cit eJ St. 4ugiutine, in Council Attemiltd.the adjoining lends of Estate of Robert Mickler and. And blend our pensive murmurs \ to bake" but it is not fur such that we plead Bosjesmans,whose usual height is under lhe-*- 0

:1)aUor the purpose rairinj and supplies for thn year$fol-i.jcwiTcg Ketate: .of E l' Jenkes. .. Wi:h the girgle of the rilU ; neither is u from such iuot we can expect that of the females rarely exceeding four? .-

cne4.hPuAand rlshi hundred assessed fifty.two.levied and cole! Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the Oh 1 Jet us turn in weariness the wholesome. sea itnents of practical wis Are the fat, blu ber.ed. fiat visaged Esquimaux
: Taxes shall be day of sale. Toward the grassy way, dome Show us a woman, .who when circumstances even mot distantly related to the learn, .

V ted.* 'that Is able tony bodied: slave belonging to residents a. B CANQVA, Sheriff and cx- ff. Where skylarks teach us how to praise require it,will not Vteld a broom with date-eating bntcbeC-f cec! Arab ? Dose tho
On eYer, Tax Acssur anti Collector ..i. c. And rm"tI"ybow to as much willingness as n and pride nerself. -
wt&iii wld' Ciiy betwtea the apes of fifteen and 0 pray ; pen Bosjesman, who lives in boles and CZl.fei.and

fifiy-fite years, Irefre .,,4. kalf centt.OB Nor I, 1851. And. .ihero the melodies. of Peace,. as,0 truly m in the excellence A of a. pudding feeds on ants,eggs, locusts,and snakes, belong 0
: every slave belonging to a nonresident of tbu; Tax (:olJec lor8.1 sale That float around too sod, as in tne narmony of a couplet and, depend to the same species as tile men.woo luxuriated

: State for hire service., Ten Dollar,. Ip I: virtue of the power vested :In 'rn*' by Law Shall bring back.hope: and harmony upon it,you have select d onewbo from some in the hanging gardens of Babylon, or walked

,' On every able bodied Tree pcnon of color, male $_p.'I shall expose for saLt* before tb* Court Hone With the y"iceo'"od. 0 moral physical or mental obliquity, would the olive groves of:Academe*orjiaienthrbaed

k Yrmnle between the agj.$! 'of'fifteen. and'"fiftyfive at MelIoDWe.o th, first- Monday July: next, the I have exhibited but a'onesioodcharacter, even lntheimperIa1.bomesofthectesarsorepjif : -
... ""e4rs.* "- ."*' "" '" *' followingjJeseribed tacl N'1&DclorMIh&1wofas 'EXTRAORDIN.RY'8uPa' ltlNGS OB though she nad' never opened a book.: But ) the marble palaces of the Adriatic, or held

, Vjt "'Oa every two wlwel pleasure carriage drawn by will pay the taxes' due thereon: the State of FRENCH TROOP IN ALGIERS. pmt us to a woman endowed with good seme, sumptuous festivals in the gay salons of Versailles V

\, :1. one horse Oat Dollar.On Florida and County of Orange for; the year 1851 The following details translated from the solid attainments an enlightened conscience, ? Can the groveling Wawa'prostrate

every four wheel CarrJ.age.drawa by one horse. to 300 wit : acres of land assessed to Bernardo Segui Algeria Moniteur of Feb. 29, will be reid and a desire for kno lego and though she before bin fetish, claim a community of origiu

, TIN Dollrt. with interest: may and! will redeem time from indoleaco with Uiose whose religious sentiments nisplred
wheel drawn by two hor- being in section 44. township 15; range 33,south melancholy
four carriage
On rvery and sleep, and useless visits and vain amusements them to pile the prodigious,temples ofT ebe.
.... Fomr DUrt.' and east on Hallifax River. A courier from the East brought to Algiers whit she much covets 0
tu acquire so and Memphis, to carve the friezes of the Parthenon
for hire and other horses not J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c.
On every horse kqn Centt. > jan 3. 185:1: 0 yesterday, (he intellitoico of the return to yet his not too much to assert that she will or to raise the heiven pointed arches
kept principally loT labor, Fifty Bougia: of the column pf troops under Gen. be the last in the world to sit down
woman Cologne That iguorenl Ibo his
I o n. it f rtltr erdaimed.. For every. Licenseto 5'!.y !at. ISI '.. "..I... muttering
Ile PJ a a.ma -M U 'pt.uc.B Bosquet which recently obtained such com.. contented in the midst uf a neglected and disorderly almost inarticulate 'is he
lave ;keep and every Cart, ()rn-". Wag- virtue ofthe power-.ted in me bylaw, I prayer of the samu
son or Carriage of either irfcription Ipr the purpore shall expose for **le before the Court Home plclu success an, an expedition against in BOU-Ka.. dwelling. A well arranged thought I ultimate ancestry those who sans deathless V
f uiJIrr'inJor transporting for hire or rewardGoods atMellonville 4n-the first Monday of July next.the Ibr hcll. VVliile the troops were yet tbe'20tb would be easily disconcerted by a disarranged I strains in honor of Olympian Jove,or of Paluts). V

.AVareor:; Merchandise or any other property from following described tract of land or:IOmueb thereofas bylin about 25 miles from Bougia.on reom. Order within will be very aptto ."Athene ; or of those who! in a purer worship .
. onsplnte to another within this city at the rate
,- SiDfl4r.,per annum- Florida and County ofOtange for the year 1851 to which continued throughout: the day of the more readily the beauty of thought will I litanies in the churches of Christendom That

1 4 3; He it further mdatned. That "p-tinn", two, ;; 21st without increasing however in severity not on that account be leis awoke to the deformity Alfouro'woman, witn: her flattened face, traus-

. Ihreeifonr, sir, tIl'nn and eight of the Ordinance wif30O acres of Land assessed to Josejih M. Sanchexin ami without anT threatening indications. of interred or slovenly attire. Tho verse nostrils,thick lip, wide mouth, projecting

mating provision for>> the eipences, and for paying eection township 16, range 33 S and E During the night of the 31st,' the wind rose heart that contemplates more frequently its teeth,eyes halfclUSed by tire loose swollen

. *tbe debts of the Ciiy of St. Auguftine, passed the on the Halli&x! River. nlu.osl to a gale, and the next day a norm olslct moral relations to those ties by which the upper eyelids, cars circular pendulous, and ..
V Ihlrd 'Jay March 1B49 and also sections, two, Alto,. 3Id acres assessed to the 'said Joseph M >t arid hail raged furiously'with a freezing God oftne Universe has bound the family together happing the buo.ofber skin of a smoky black

.:thrte and .urof the Ordinance making provision Sanchex, ,n *11 c ,51, township 17, range. 34,. south. wind ;till at night it became a perfect tempest. as one. No, it is not such a housekeeper and, by way of ornament, the septum of the. V
, for the expanse of the City of St. Augustiat pas and east,wc-st of,Smyrna.J. The tents were blown down and covered up in that is accustomed 1 to complain of her noie pierced with a round stick some inches

0.. sedtheaiithdsy of Janunry |85I, and all otheroriaancea MIMP.:- ON, Sheriff and TaxCollt'ctoro. c.Jan. the snow and the soldiers passed a night of duties and drudgery, nor its pleasure*a* unwelcome lung-is she of the same original parentage aatiose

., and parts of ordinances that can be applied 3. 185?. terrible. suffering from >exposure to the cold cares:--Jfws F. L. Smith in the La.dies' : whose transcendant and perilous beauty
in aid of theprovisiona of this Ordinance,ex'cept As it would be fatal to thfe troops Wreath. .
V andatorm. brought unnumbered woes on the people of ancient
with this. b' and Collector's Sale ,
such as may be inconsistent fax: the General gavu orders .
declared to be in full force. virtue of the vested in law 1.bftll to stationary story; convulsed kingdoms, entranced 0
te. same are hereby power me by I the and the morning of the
PasiedinCounciUDecembirC, 1851. BY expose for sale'before' the Court House to strike camp on march for THE WAY TUB DOCTOR GOT LOST IN poets and made scholars and sages rorgetheir
I 22J Iho column took up its line of HIS OWN DOOR-YARD. wisdom? Did they all from
GEO. L. PHILLIPS, Mayor. door at l\ftUonyllle on the first Monday of July next fifteen I spring common
S Bougla expecting to find at Torcha Dr. Josiah Caldwell who lived for mother? Were Helen of Greece and
Attest, the following described tract of land or as much of many
.t. CIIAS. HA AG ER. Clt'rkor.be Coun oil.An thereof_ ,_ as. will, pay the. taxes due thereon the Htate miles distant ft place shelter and means I year in the town of FloreQC!,out there on the Cleopatra of Egypt, and Joanna of Arragon
3 Orders were givento '
.W A ** m theirsufierlogs.
of Florida ana County of urange for' the year 15I. relief from We tern reserve in Ohio, was a most skilful and Rosamond of England and Mary of SCotland V
make the march with all possible precau-1 'but withal oftbe and the Eloisas and Lauras and lanthes-
Ordinance an addition to an to wit : physician, one most excentricand ,
.\ relating tile Police 310 ,acres anessed to:James Clark in section lions. But difficulties incrt-aked at every step. ab nt-mlnded men in the world except were all there and our poor Alfouro, daughters .

'I of the City of St. Augtutiuc. 42. townJiip JI.. Range :J31,couth and east OD the The route newly opened was obsttuctCd by "iJarg.uct, ," his wife, and she was fully his of her who was fairest of all daughters,

E Be ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of HaUifax River snow to a great depth and it was impossible suffered I equal. Eve? The Quaiqua or Saboo, whose language

tktCiti'f&t.AfttituTh-l if any pen-on ort J. SIMPON, Sheriff and Tax Colle-tor. o. c. 'to keep iho right.palh. The troops One Sunday morning the Doctor got caughtout is described as consisting of certain snapping

, persons at1 commit or cause to be committed or Jan 3, 1852 greatly from thu cold and fatigue,and numbers in a tremendous shower which drenched liming grunting sounds,, all more or less

aid or be concerned in romraittins any tre'pmU up- 1 perished and were left by the way him to the skin. It soon cleared off, however nasal-is he, too, of the same decent as those

f .ba any lot,garden, grove or plantation within the Tax Collcc for V Sale.I Josh into his whose eloquent voices "fulminated over
with Gen, Bosquet on arriving and Doctor rodo own yard: whore
l to.. City of St. Awguetine, or upon any fruit tire in shrubtrry. I BY virtue ofjihe power vested in me by law 1 The rear Torcha guard al, 6 o'clock on the morning of he took the dripping saddle from his horse Greet e," or shook the forum of Rome, or u
any nt
vine vegetable growing for sale before flit Court Howe
phnt expose that saint and father of the Church surnamed
miles in and lot him inithe The sad- ,
shall! be havin 'matched 15 only go a.Jrilt ptis'ure.
uth (lot.garden, grove or plantationor door Mcllonville on the first Monday of July next the 23d- "
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awi' fruit, hours-found that tho head of the column dlo be placed on a stout log of wood, which 1 tbe"goL'e.i mouthed, or.as those 'whoso accents
in destroying or carrying y any the following! described tract .of land or a- much twelve have tin ill d all heart with
vegetable crth'ogof Value growing therein: auchS thereof as wjll pay the taxes due thereon the ritate Instead of bivouacking at Torcha, according wan_ elevated some tour feet from the ground'where Indignation' ,

peraon 01 pcwona (if free) shall, on convict-on: for of Florida and County, Orange for the year 1851 t. to orders! had: continued, on towards Bou- the Dr. had begun to build. a platformto or time melted honored them halls with Weat pity and lDlter truth" lathe
* '. fine not etrrrdiiig ten! In I at Torcha qf .
each cflence.be subject to a towItt gilt. Pasting the night camp dry peaches on. .
*i A"n... unit the- cotti wf mo eution : and if a .stave 1 All ."Med ti,' Elizabeth Bunch ia sec. with his detachment, proceeded
__ e.rM Gen. Bojquet Jitter having got hIs saddle fixed so that it MOTTSK CotoaEO. Dry are
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IG& not exceeding L- t .1
....; he or she shall i be liable to whipping In case 61-t: township 16.. range 33, troth and east, on the next morning -to 0ougin, wmca was reacaco would dry be took the -bridle, arid putting 'he sometimes the scene of ludicrous. conversa

. 4V kD. euipe..aDd the like costs : And stand every committed Hallifax River. ; t 0 just at night-fall. lt uag found that the advance bit over the end of'the log he stretched out the tions. The other day a young lady 'stepped

If" .cODdctloa the offender shall all costs shall have J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c guard had suffered excessively in their reins, and bitching them to the born of the into a well-knowo establishment town, and I
al1wtht' fine or penalty Jan 3.' 1853 ill-advised march1 and that they bad reached saddle, he went in to change his clothes and inquired of a handtorae clerk.' j

\ brtD aatWfied'JIU11n'or4t1iIU4 aDd paid: nit it tbaU not be law. Bougia in straggling and disastrous condL. get breakfast. Joshua,junior, and Uargnret "Sir, have you any mouse. ; lored ladies ,
; BC for. merchaut or r1C'Ip-kef r or other j person THE WORLD; AS'IT PA8Ed. junior, were away from home on a visit and gloves ?" 0

_ .' I "fo'kwp rat: any a u'oreor dispose of any 100d1l hat- ..-. tion.The first I of them who_ reached the town,' so the seniors sat down together to tteir mor "Mouse-colored ladies miss" 1M

tti. 0 t l,.wares open or merchandise on the Sabbath day or MORRIS & WILLIS'S. spread the intelligence of the sufferings of their ning's meal. Yes-a sort of gray just the color of your w
Z I barter or aell the same shall on conviction be find i i' comp nionl, ncltep|were immediately takento When they were about half through Jim drawers thee;" meaning the store drawers'

e ID the sum of ten dollars for every such offence,td- II ODE jbURWAL FOR 1953. send then? mules and horses, and to. render.' Atwood, a farmei who lived about eight miles which were paintoJ gray. ,
the same. The people in the Doctor he wished sql drawer., miss," ejaculated: the
I'CI lelbu with the costs ofpresecuting FAtilZY NEW&PAPEB.WXKKI.T them every possible sstance. distant, came telling young
It, B< it Js,tker stained.That.it' shall not be lawful I A proceeded with torches to the relief ofthe unfortunate he would hurry ana go over to bis house, as man glancing downward at his dress to see it

if L .1 for any person by himself aemnt or went, to- give, 1't18USBI .&TTWO DOLLARS A TZAR.TH wldiers;,houses were opened to receive ho reckoned he might b? wanted over there : everything was right and tight ;' "my drawers g

aI seller brterto any slave or slaves any .,111001.t. \them as they arrived ;fires were lighted before night. miss why I don't wear any!"

., jnlriteos\ er Intoxicating liquors wi bout an express 0 & n ar BOIBW or TBX; XIV acxixa WILL. : in the streets ; and soup and hot wine were The Doctor promised to be thote and Jim The young lady wasc&rriedbomec ..shutter -

-__ licence, In writinBlroni the -person having the cone SSSCED_o* TBX rtisr or IAXCIBT' JTKXT. I.prepared for the freezing and famishing men. went off In a hurry'to the village after some ., ,
under thepenaiv.ot
trolohaW slave eUvea
or ,
ThA number who lost their live in this necessary "flxins. ,
with the
1111 twenty dollars for each and every the: one Home Journal baa new become universal I LCSdfUtflUIrCh- and exposure is not stated. When the Doctor bad finished his breakfasthe There is in Towna\ nd .Vt.
coats and The informer shad be entitled to Tax few of ( now living a
'or- half of; said penalty : and if the person ptrtODIQt There are few familets of cultivated make.home habits-the( most Only ono officer-a aurJ(80D-il known to have \ took his saddle-baits he and out he mounted went into hU !I colored woman named Susanna fluzzey,who
. who seek' enliven aDd five le guides who accompanied the vard, deliberately V
,1o Tepdinf.shall be a licensed shop keeper. his or those do now perishtiL The Knby for JimAtwood's. has attained the age of 103 years. Her liasI -
who not ,
saddle and set out, imagination,
aitd,atiractive place trcren to death,
. .'- said license shall be revoked. mtilligent wherever run the the column were -- 0 band was a slave in Massachusetts; and V
z-. ,.PuedinC.uncIl.Msy26tb, IBM receive it. It is read we believe and true moral About twenty horso4 and mules were overcome silence with 1 I won bis freedom by enlisting In -the 'revolutionary -
GOULD Mayor.kteit gold threads of domestic happiness of tha storm and with their For a long time he rede on in '
E. B. thickly into the by the severity service sad serving dorms the war.
rJI-1 refinement which are woven so were buried in the snow. Nearly 800 his eyes intently filed on "Buchan's Practice; The old now pension of 990
"a., ; web of country's industryaad baggage saddle before him. I t woman enjoys a
fr ,j<, ;.CuAS., HAAGER Clerk ofthe Council. stronger and coarser prosperity Tbe our Home! Journal is the men more or less injured by the cold and the which lay open he on the to A 01 the effect of the per annum, and hu recently made 'application
. I ; V energetic of this busy nation in.t the hours fatigues to which they had been exposed, were At length for bounty lands, under an old 'etfitutoof .
Jhe hearts. of mld-dul.ua. .1 looking up
...0', '1 Tootb powder, &c. speaker to and relaxation. l plaCed an.the hospital at Boucia.Vben tho fierce rays a he discovered a comfortable I .'.'1cbuseu.. She may fee said to bea'very. 0
\ : .,CIyi4's Tooth Powder EnglifhTocthbnuhes given to happiness Prtttntfrm* a Gtntleamn torn courier by whom the intelligence was brought from his book very ofdblackh"zzy. V :
jy At New Year1 close to him which he
house sung
*. e ,Cologne Water French soap', t the llomp Journal U one of which (At rt.matt to Alglew. len Bougia, It was estimated that of upon ......
drink water.
.C hor Soap. assorted Perfumes; mLttdjf, and it is tmsnrpsssjed the soldiers wero missing. out lustily for a ) .
) Soap, lioney toett, hundred of
-I' Mr
-I ? eom.('il.Bears OH toilet Powder fine Sponge, .,. it refc one Aunt Margaret, who bad been for the last Mossy itocAJta&K-AU who have lost money V
'J 3>Tf, *oe Water, Jlfliitary Shaving Soap, as B gift In good taste. for three copies 9 divisIon of the two hours very busy in the garden soon made in transmitting it bv. mail had better apply tn VI
: /Brwlie L Boger>Perfumarf, 'Jockey C mbb, TVtirs.-For one copy$3; 05-always ..nadranee. AJadyDauehters walftSked to join a I her appearance with a pitcher ot milk and the Po t OnHeo.Dti artroenija9iten ,thouwU
", ),kr' .,aB...,.seottment .of Rogrrt &, Worten- or for. ODf.cop) A urthrte ytan. Addreca Temperance. She replied, 11iTutTnccessary after the thirsty strancer'Miad taken 'a long I dollars have been found ill.tb dead Icttvf S

; Vb .inh1 CeIery, Fane* B 'mV Path,letter Paper; ... 8aabltribel'l'-itMut"e"," iuMORRIa: &,. WILLIS I a. It is" my 'intention I. .to r'joinmccflho3OflS0fl. 1\draught t, the two entered( ,into an animated con-''I I oftVe during fhe prrsehfquarler'J '"
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TUB- ANCIENT :-lames- -Griffin;,--, Col.--Rob-- -rt A.-- Yong-, Loren10 --- -"" Dcceplioa;: has aways! been characteristicof I --in the county, and that the citizens should not the dead in ..meaue.s tame tag. "J-
: chief health of the ? There
S are in a state ol anarchy. Tne justice living is class who am -
II. O. Basset. fashion we all know, but. it certainly appears
Hall and ,
bad left the coUi.K, there was no sheriff or the last f o lift up tne voice of sympathy for tba

Toe committee retired, and alter a short to me, tbe sfcxnsjuf his Vanity Fair"of r.ont3bhn.d the district judge was absent. i living, eho shrink from the ftl film* t.mca nf
r r&QUAun cannot much:further than the.pol "
ftbsenc'ereported tie following gentlemen ours go The inhabitants complain of their situation. their felow! m;in, wnu can calmly mx him prf.ish .

Col. William, McNeely,Francis A. Robinson to I knew which that they we have bad DIJW quantity attaijt ,' "6'i"" aJt; :They stay they are neither protected by the in their .ni.l i, and then be.fiat id cry dor. 4

any Government ln thd savages, norhzve ror at that which ciuse .and
tWneral m pairs ro
William H. Milton C.G. wi...ken. fake iIIJDto,
Robert A. Young, false teeth false color. false
the lawniust tnd which alter the
civil officers to enforce cannot
they any peace wwretchej *1lI
S or rcocxAL EIGHTS AXD DETEKXIVCIKCSUTAXCK II Beckwiih,.and C. C. Yonge as selected. eyes false noses false legs, false boon4alrhip. vagabond* aud outlawibat iaf'-sl. theM tnjiy ba.e found ia death.thnt Wsuii

S TO ALL WSO OTTOSE"' .. .Tho report,,was unanimously agrerd ,,10.1 *, false tongues and false hearts, but falsehood the tieroeuis.-*Y. O. Picayune. their pity; mibt aII..w itself ia xhapa ant
other day I met with another piece of i
-- T : And on- motIon the Ch sir, H. O. Basset and S inr-im iu uu,of us 11 Vi'ralitr tt.n....
S ST. .\UGUS"INE, APRIL. IOth.1852. ; that 1 confess astonished me. A cordial A Wojua IS CAUT085U.-We hare t,orr i in our ro-djf, and before tne wretched' -- I
J. F. iieCHIan were adilid to :he Dumber. di'gels. pauper
grip is not a bod thin to feel at ones us lays roe Boston Traveller; a private letter hs found refuse from toe tender rn.
but on Jibe orca,i n alluded to, roy"flip rac* of
Delegates.Afr. from a lady in California. It wouM interest Ihe world remsin'jcring thai dtah

j Death by BrowsingOa William Jordan afer: a few brief and per" band(or pioTas the tailors sat) was ertspcJ that bur ,reader, as it bu us, wt!re we at libertyt addinon.il sanctity lo tbe corp* d cm*>
the afternoon of the 8th Gcoxs Ian by a whose pressure was so peculiar it entire. 'The writer -as to
L appropriate remarks called tbe attention of publish app yen hiie! p.m.es'ed of the oal i'self; remember

interesting: boy son of/John Loll Phillip Eqr. the meeting to the past services of Gen. John it friend startled Wm me.Selpho. Bull a of* it 24 wa Spring the hand street of my, it keep a restaurant or eating house, in a m.mug njc alM, ihat when ">i.c IIC he f.ti-n of- /

S of this but ,In California) while filing village. Among her UMtera she acideiii.dieovvrs .* modern,stir crr Cirrviatout rhe p'.!!ao'bru. :
city now State
( Miltcn to ae Democratic par.y of would not have been cvil not to return of old Cuanectirut "
tie on an ucquaintancp of his life, Clafer&e. -It dtuthhis
from one of the piers of St. &barfan And offered the following* resolution.RfttJted the grasp. Jupiter Tonans. bow strong and finding h< w,.s enJ< a< nn<: :u aacxificrr py Iu*cteoo ibe theatre body* a >t'

: Bridge, lost his/footing and falling into the That our fellow citizen Gen. John grasp fora, hand so symioetrical. add aristo induce his father and mother to vuit Calif onc pre-id, upoti be-taiuibt mankind uverwaicsj.e '"

deer) part of the River, was drowned; there Milton is our first choice, for the high and craticaUy-small K.T le secret of it was, that ii.i, she write tuu( iuiter tu ei.onifaga th -mforwird. lfM>n as tu the wunb of Use IIOUI-Iw.a.a.precinu ". '

being no boat or other means,at hand with honorable office of Chief Magistrate of the it was consume Just such alan,a oriro4fifeif'like halides one would the nmrl preferto r Alter an introductory expIanalMQot ken n-mnant ufm'irt4iir.THz _

State, and,,that we recognise in him a bold < > who .he! was, and where th-y ba come acquainted .
which to him relief. ofold ha fell in conscience Swiss KITLE.'IbciUioaiug dereni ,i
S afford : and ,fearless advocate of the cardinal 'principleabftbeDencffifaticpariy bound In pant with each cithcrthegngooto .y.I :
J *ir c1aerbicer oti '" with one offljese useful aDDendneai flf the J bao .wortb..ut.. ,lion of ibis weapon we find. in ttar tocd > .
v! nutio .IVW | | .
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the bridge him fall! huHtan annb/a process rdivierf able and third bf this baa Leen OOyear prnintcosick; : -. if<..W '-
on on seeing promptly Aod moved Us adoption which was.unanimously one clcar'prwjt.
fiery : in short it was CIa.u' oae-nn artificial I dragged own wood.ff the snsuutaIu'arid "The weapon weighs only'9}pooa P( .

.plunged Into tho stream to essay hit; rescue; carried. hand composed of wood, ant steel, and chopped I:my,and I nevrr bnd so much as a bore is very majL. 'Fnc bail wtngbs only m (:

but the tide being too strong for him. to stem IIr. H. O. Basset moved that tbe proceedings KuMa.purcha-the most curio'i nn-J jieileci chill to take a sep for me lathe country. grains, hardly one-thud as much as that ot u'e .,

it successfully, with the weight of the brother of this meeting be published in the Floridian triumphs of art that I ever laid i eyes on, covered .. 'llooo worth I baked in one little skillet a Minnie rifle, and in form it Is cot unlike apiece '.
with a kid gluve I no one couid! have d of tobaco pipe tapering to a iata&tl : '
.who him sank to-gcther considerab.o fire withoutthe
was clinging to they I pdm by a ,
and the otberDernocratic
papers atrongI nearly an tnrb in A forme
tected its falsehoo I I lion rising spin to 'be surface finding it _impossible throughout the Sta e, which WM carried. grasp) und with it* the wearer can take up shelter I hare ol :& tree from tne Druilin SlIo.But which- the Swiss riflr, we need only mentis tha iaibtanceof '-.
now a good cjokms ,to
S for both to reach the shore.-be called Onmotion the meeting adjourned, sine die. and told a newspaper, or crip of coffer put on I bake tour pieces at a time a comfortable IJOQQ pares 160 balls(fired frura a :.

I to the other to loose his bold or they would COL. JAMBS J. P11TiMN, Chaiiman.W. his bat, u'c II knife or spoon and even offer" cabin, carpetoJ, und a good many Robinson rest) struck a target ol eight feet six inches '.-

both drown,-when wonJerfJ! to say the noble Mn."o Aim lfn' tne hymenwil nlt"f' [Prtter offer a t ruou' comfort about me, wnicb though they square, and p."w'traied three planks of deal
Secretary.icw false hand ih.ui'n false be.ui inventor placed ore inch asunder, besides -
] The pain half
self-sacrificing l lad!, as if seeing the propriety q M aM WMMMMHW BBB M MMW have cost nothing yet they make my placVlojk tnrough f.Ftmh. At Hits .
and minuf-ieturer 01 this
novcllr"Villiam ian ,.iheexirvnui S
babi>nblc. I abe have wood haul.-d r
of the request io the hopelessness! of his York Corrctpoudcncc. Set D ho. well known fur hi* ncrlrct imitations nnd chfiinieil. I huln my about 1 fceighi of the tmctory-tbe path of the ball
on an avi-race
. own case; obeyed and submitted to bb fate NEW Your, Marc 26ih 1852. ofthe human feet and limbs and 'the' Angle li00 per., month, and clear-$200. Tiii in Cnl I on tbe air-was 33 fee 6 i cbubi.. ala

4 4Ilqne. rather than involve his broiler in the The Steamship Georgia which left day be ICy lyg. itornia, b not thought much, and yet in rail j rane uf 500 yards it was only eight feet six
hazard sharing jt with him.-The body no'. fore yesterday for N. Orleans (with the U. S. ""SurKjrnaturalism"Clm mcrism." and "p y- ty few, in comparison, are dOID.l all well, i iachcs-consequently, if fimlaif a mark 00i
i yard t.ft tLe ball would
cholcgy are having a good lime in New scarcely fall to llritoA"11O4iers.C.4T.
withstanding constant search is not jet found. Mails and Adams& Go's. Express freight) took have beef informed' there are slime women in '
York and thousands led or
just now aro away r1 infant.y, who might
1 our town 850 week >
clearing at
350 California passengers to be transferred at by these will-u'-wisp It it true, porhap and I Cannot doubt it. per wahog. be betaecn tbe *UD andtbeobjecu BeiazsiI .

Mr. Cabrll and the Albany Register.We Havana to the Steamer Falcon by which they that these misnamed "sciences" achieve some I I There M no labor so well paid as women's't I light, a soldier sub this rifle can carry '159

will be conveyed to Chagres: The Steamship unaccountable feats ;so does prnfresor Anderson -, labor in California. It is huid work wapplyone's ,. r.uud c4 s..U cannd ,.biJc.- be can carry but
.p find in the i
Savannah of the
publican the wizard but 40 rfl11be .
; even with all his skin 3iauiesydem.
Philadelphia, having been here a few weeks I self incessantly to tail, out a t,w years
! 7tb, a Inter from odr Representative in Con. transferring certain pieces of money from!
for repairs is unexpectedly announced will phi c you above want, wrh a i and omeindependency I I! Fsox
; \ to the Edi'or bf thi very one place of deposit to annher with no more were IiriI
Albany RegLlcr
fgrcsf ; I intend to loire offwork the ,
to leave for New Orleans on the 30tb inst. ado than to cry "change !" he has never yet 1 I I I in Mexico earl) ibis nxoth, fur robbing, nothc3duuilarch
the burden of which seems to tx, the advoca.ry t coming Spring, and give my bufin s< into Dr. BetsJesui
: The new and beautiful Sienmship "United succeeded in filling his own private coffer so a highlyre.
(somewhat over zealous we think han !* ot my sister-in-law Not that 1 am rich. hi wife
,though ptctib1eci2zztnand
lull a* to enable him "retire with ,mxompaoied by I Ia
Me Davis Brooks compe
States, belonging to but I need little and hive toil for but
it is no concern of our?,) of the election of :enr,." and rest from his labors, so "nyvmer- none to young lawjer, name4 Eeteva, who were re*
& Co'."New York and San Francisco line, : mYtl lf. I expect to go home sometime during
ism "elect turninj# in a coach from Uixcoac. ( few
ru' biningy, a
Mr. Filmore to the Presidency;-we do not pbyscho '>ey, mysterious _.
the short visit but I could
will take her departure for Chagres to day Rappings"&c. &c. with all their boas present yearfor a lcnguo< uO when in tht* vrcinitr of Cb'irubas
think be baa In this bound himself the for be
to not long from the clime ofthi
with every berth filled. At Panama these pas- toil power, have really m'ide no progress. In away sunny eu. and abo t 7 P.31. :hey were at acked by
tunes of the strongest man of the party, by this respect these mysterious intelligencesbear yellow land. A lovelier or more healthy enj b bati'l of robberi, oa fa A and s* horseback,
ffcngers will be token on board the Company's male could not br and when I friend
git a
any means-however, as we before in sub about the same analogy to true wisdom j I when the p-rin aUnckrd fired'upoJQ tbwa

stance remarked, it is not for us to suggest a SteunsbipVinfidd Scott. Another new that animal instmci bears to human intell cr. I 1 about ire I think: II'allllo nearly ha,'py a- bjt wib nueiTectaoJtiiny overpowered.
and substantial Si this line gain. 1 suppose C. C. B. has described the Dr. B. and l1r. Etteva
\' candidate earner belonging The horse, squirrel, dog and moucey do some were for the
Whig :p'U'y-ney'ertbcles s i is named very appropriately after the great things that indicate alnvwt the possession of ee of the country to you a hundred, unva; l.y d 'DC*. the I'mner so much a that he died
we may and da say, that Mr. F. is one of the :, an I will conclude by wishing and -hupiug thai
Spanish discoverer "Cortn." :Shc is shortly mind and reason,but beyond a certain degreeof on the following ssoniig.and the latter Ira
prominent ta&e&f whose nominalion | you will be in California before YOU are piitcn- ill. I
we intelligence they have never, and never I dangerously tee 0trt tn make her maiden trip from this I eu IID at the north the cold of another win-
port. by .
wi l attain. The or molested. In lens thin '
S should look upon as a favourable augury, for < horse squirrel doe and monkey twenly-tour boars
The reported arrest of ,Palmer & Co., the : l"-r. If you da not come I uluml be obliged ei ht of
the ascendancy of the Democratic andS of the day are no more intelligent than the assaxsia were taken. They will
if could lint
party time
to OCC1s.onllIy.
S swindlers in California tickets was untrue. their anti-diluvian nroecnitors in_ the ark with I you write me all be execute?.
reform in the administration of the ,goyrn.menl.Our u --- --- -- Vourold triuud L A.S.

As yet they have'escaped detection. However Noah. I AITRIrIr.V.. r. ..r__i'pi... .g2..p. 3.
object therefore, in noticing tfce.let'er To these misnamed "sciences" i -------- -- ---- ------ -- -
have ad
as a reward for the arrest of Palmer and Tnbunaux has the fuIIu. A
:- 'cisile.
in question, .WInot\ to deprecate M.fr ,. vanccd ,whit;: since Poyen and Col. Stone endorsed THE HOfiRORd OF DISSECTION. young
I his partner Ilfti&I. has been offered this in ptosession of a lar r furlj.je tn-last sua- ,

r tn clairvoyance Tbe reader will rind in the article
JJB years
Cab U.taste OfchoN* the matter of a Pre : ago. following in* rat a watering phr neir ihe
the police nny think it worth while to The excvhtrtc clerical gentleman. some of w ich Pyrenees*.
candidate very Ralph strong point ""nmcni, no
: tideotial but to demur to some of his Waldo j oU'i f man"uu uved ID cta. d stric. and wh'i,.,
arrest them. Emerson and Theodore Par ker. from worthy of calm r-ll ctMnf and consideration. .
assumptions in preference to the feelings of theDemocracy Massachusetts prtcii l lil rx on frmndlr t -rm. wjh tM (
I. One of the Palmer been illuminating IteI It was written in the excitement lately produced
S ofthe Soutbin regard to that quCl part ganv played by I Gotham s.a within 'a tew,da)a pa*>. Hudson, in New York uy the discovery u a few principal pr "u.'KUI..t-l'-r >Mt| S' li s
& Co. lurm mrd tier with bs
was to of :he owners-here good another attentions Iu luck 1:1
erratic "divine" and dead ties
lecturer no obtained
.lion. ,lie asserts,on that point what ice and all I is preparing tor duuecuun: -.extent that she oblt inl '
tickets far was < ro rtrturn tu PAlM
as and ihen I
as Chagrcs manufacture believe Shakes
n new work upon his My friend, remarked the go**! Dr. Johnson ,
who have been observant with her daughter. Having (learned from her
others of the signs tickets for the form which he cultivates in I '
(far more important and perean ilasssncbuscttfl. to certain one'clear your mmd of cant. '
I of the limes know to be fcmmodc-t'h.>mbr4 that the child wa .f illcjc.
; :1l1aciOUS-'bere c.lpeosi'c..b4lnnce of the Hundreds of I I A fu.'l development "f this blur! ur'>ntfice! 'irnmuu -
way. it.tn.ie tnrth, b hnrthaf her
% cr
i we ask, can be find his"thousands of Southern these BIr. Emerson is to lecture to morrow ni-ht ciufc ol ma .kind u shown in the pr S MH retUrupm&
good and bad tickets I *et eJ himself tbebi'd line
; they palmed upon > disappeared
f. Democrats who will vote for Mr. Filmore" at Hope Chapel on the fcubject of nrship. cxciicir.cal: iu refu encc to .he disj vei y of a
tbe uninitiated and hauled in thousands of dollars. He i ill the man who mid! rain," "I snow." i few bodies obtained for duwccii .o Indignation :, His object wa* tu con-cram tue fcmile eiihertu
It certainly not i in the State whose in bUD, or :o n In of -
a sum
: rcpresenta. Their i ictims of course could get no &c. mountain hisb,cu.s.toih loud and deep ivy give rooaey.
J live fc ,is. In p new contest, Mr. Filmore can., have awuki ai this But. a prosecution was commenced against
further than ('bDg,S with the tickets thus obtained. I a ft outrage ni humanit'.
bin he deemed it '
prud n' to restore tb cb UTiie .
::1 l not hive Jh"e broad military t-houlders, ol Gen. I of'' DARING ROBBERY-820,000 w. OLE.V and in one or iwu .z..u '* tt.u piu must -
speak these things, at the risk of lailv heard no hi 14 furthc'r ofthe idven.turr. i
;; S Taylor upon! which to ride, and must rely because' On Tuesday nicht lnsithe store of U. IL Icni its aid in rcchoing thunder ""! popular She ubs t
repetition, the m an eUerly was
imposture is q-t-n .y
really Wright of this city broken opinion. Nuw,tlr, in ,a city unose ..actu"ries
a'one! was and his
upon hjsj own n t uvctve'plcnient civic( ojen in society, who paid her gr11 t'entioo.aal
disastrous for ,
many young men, and some of safe robbed of twenty thousand un.l one hun ot vice and infamy may be reckoned by
fame fur No to whom. alter wailv. hu roulUcd UMmanaeturni .
aucrca. knows <
one than
the persons thus swindled have returned to ilred dollars, eighteen thousand dollars of the thousand were.. crime, recruited m gro*-

Jt Mr. Cabell, ,lhat it was the. fact of his being on this post penniless, and are dependent which went in bills on Georgia and South Carolina genies and gambling houses, &tilkn forth with days a.totbis of somA u'. el her her interest A few
upon man c strongly
,the ticket withiihe fid Banks fearful bolJiifs would that go
General which made twenty one hundred dollar, in it seem JupiVr
charity for their daily sustenance. Besides and see a ca C II in environs of ift.Cloolf,
Ifitn vice President, and 'subsequently President American Gold coin. Th robber entered the Tonans mig'tt find n more appropriate subjtxl which ,
this the was for s le oir peculiar
ort the a-lvaclajeoa
owners lines entirely innocentin store for his bells the and the
occiVwi/ through a back window a. d is that "Union uppo terms. Sa- fl
by ,- at dulrusf irflJ after
humbug ,on | gr w'm'
the matter themselves; for they have not to ,have succeeded in opening the cafe by el. Bu,sir,honest indignitiou should not be hesitation
': which Mr. C. so confidently depends to bear authorized Pulmpr means of a false ker. The checked, and since put.b'lus' c.r. tnre determined nut to p(I' wilboot
& Co. m nn\' .nfhnr.* .in. ih. robbery was ef: bne. informing the When
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S Lim out in hit Calculation upon Southern Do fected between nine and ten o'clock night, affirmed the holy LtSce ot runt seller wan hi* >
city to sell their tickets bUTe.ufkred cJ day Ut stationed
) in the ttcnt. p.itieeagrnt
, < werericu.i
mocratic'votesj while Mr. Wright tram of bu iuvs4 and the mnd
for a Federal Whig candidate and the Clerks were absent at public : miui i
the ho<$e. She found i her *
5 opinion of ignorant pU80n.lJecauselbey in :, tu a*
have for a shoi t time from tbe have a vent tot : it u a
it a IOrhr monomania, with bim that renders store. Twenty-two ats *U plu'6 lire bardly ,. iijuitbment. hsr quondam friend ot the waterint .
.5 repudiated the tickets hundred dollars in bills more than fair thai class
spurious on the Pacific which were deposit. ti at degraded ihe
him blind to demonstrations of its plaee.whi, with rurrible' ihr ats tried ttt .
fail '
ed in drawer Dijc'ors
a in in
side. the upper part of the safe should come tot is: bnre. Your
ure.as a fututf; which are to those clrarof together'with letters Policemen make her sign >ome dora m bach be bad pre \.
notes &c, were left un- ,who arinlu at the live long Sunday ,
night, palpable,IU the bright sun, at its men.S Samt1. .Cult, the inventor and manufacturer touched. A,reward of one thousand dollars orgies ot the Porter-house with us grtruy dice pare!. On tVahuher cries, the police a.

dian height. : of tbe famous revolvers,, has hitherto bad has been offered for the recovery of the mon. and i iu kegs nf poison; pottnciS with ,iruuu* gents entered The the howe and arr-se4 lie tvo
men. who
one cnttcal her the
II I- his works In Hartford, but behas recently ey and apprehension of the thief.-AILmta.. indignation upon the Student and the prok.s.Rota to pacewas
subscqu. mi/ aiiil at liberty, but she yoiaC
Intelligencer. and their
atrocities held
are tn appalling
: .OEnOC purchased some up-town in New- up roan is to be brought &r
4.TIVI property iu "Nt atscmptia/
I York telegraphic dispalcli in the Augusta Constitut'wnalitis tableaux. Now sir, is it not well, while
and swindle
: lbIIU1'', March 27lh 1852. will transfer, his factory to this furnishes the following descrip the subjcbt is be.ore.UIC.. lo inquire of the public to with men.se.

His invention yields him a large: in. lion of the of mind as to the reel the It' (1'0111 BIUTOS
t t Pursuant to previous notice the Dcroo--) persons suspected the robbery. I cur ness-' ay a ilciy Aym-Con&nvstim t Ib-
crate come. "Suspeion rests upon two men. who left here 0' this sen itivenrss on the subjHi i.fdisicc. sos' Dtftat. by I* Sit&nfr Co Ida.

o of Jackson county held a meeting at The"battle of yesterday morning, bu: it is not known whih lion It b common_sense, to say nolbiog of S &xT a, March 31. -Acc"unt. from Uat.'qCI'

ieC'xzrLUuuse in llartanna. Lexington, at which the first way they went-one man named Reid, about justice, that of all profession the medical Arm lo Feb. S. via Ensland.confirm these

On molten of Mr. J. ft McClellan, Col. Revolutionary blood-lhed moistened the green six feet high light hair and skin, a sort of alone should! _be put at the b-u of cither public count of Rosas defeat- in every pirkiIa!;

: Jame J. Pittm, took the Chair, and W. II. sod of that.ancient town in the Old Bay State, rough hoosier-looking' fellow ;the other named opinion, or of tne law Uuse the(cnUer ncai.- Rosa-i was present in ibe eOr lD'nf.nd walsiightlr -

; .Milton 'r q CIt ct to act April J9, 1776, will: be celebrated this yearin Kyle, stout ,built black eyes and hair,.medium ed public imajting that the study t>f*u gery m Hinded. Hw cavnlry were literally
S as Secretary. Col.H. Now York ize, short pug nose, and aged about twen the source of such tnscin.abn as to be pursued rode down by the 1J..l4icn cavalry m the ser

S' ?' C. Yonge explained the object of the meeting on the recurrence of i its annirernnry. :ty.five year A reward of one thousand dol. for this object aline?-D AO the ciudeni ruk vice of the J ruiianR'JMs dt'. uurd as S

in a short and appropriate address. Really there has been tab .1itJ' tn8trJ' druiB't. overy'of *tbe stolen -litewln> irtae virus of corrupt Mummify, sulfur succeed d in rracbin the fine_ba

S ;On motion'of Col.Yonge ,he Chair appointed honor paid in our holy days to the small bu, money.: -Sav. Hew breathing the charnel exhalutio''. of the steamer Lneusts' with his daughter Gen. Mtr

the following gallant band of Lexington farmers who fur dead house,and enduring the repjlaive labors clll. commandant ai Buenos Ayres,offer--d to

. ,.5 gentlemen to draft resolution nisheil their,hear I's blood I on that ,memorable TEXAS ITEMS. i ot anatomy,for sheer pleasure T ,Yet;just a. capitulate,and the foreign drplornts were tr!-J -
for tbe ,consideration of this meeting We learn from un extra of the Indianola much as be mingles in the pestilential 'ward log to arrange mailers amicably.

d Col. Yonge, 3. F. McCIellon and Wm Jor.jdtn. day as the fiat libation. drank by their nv Bulletin of the 2''tb inst., that the Guadalupe of the cmegrant hospital, where bis lift?. witntnu Gen: Vr ZiI'sarmy, numbereJ 2SOOOma,_ .

The committee retired and after deliberation live soil ;o Liberty. Lofty and costly I monuments river and risen higher than bad been known of otut"rll-has so often been acriticed. 5.000 horses nd 40 pi-cea of artillrry. Tea

reported the following resolutions: commemorate other brittle, but the only since done 1833,aud l that immense damage bad been Does the ender and considerate public bethink naval command 9 t.f th; JiJ-rent natioa
to the crops on the bottom lands. A were about to K,0d;
memento, of the blood in itself of its f.wCcs a Buen. '
their Chairman. day Lexington Is ungenerous ireatme.it of.t'ie Ayres
through leter dated .
Vic to to rtrtect the .
says moHt laborious and nthful f pars ms anJ of ff ircun
a pile of green earth and n dingy oblivion of its servants placing prupeitv
The bottom is almost
1st. Resc2ceJThrt it expedient everywhere covered era. The cavalry ..( Rasa
thit the the pour 'hy frn between were roused early
about tw fires
t i' Democratic Party of Florida, be represented 15 ft. high over the bones of. those who with wnter. This morning; one of the piers on whoso blaze seldom subsides f Should he be, in tie: tattle,bu: bw lafuulry mad(a dopenttatanc.

1 I Itt the National Democratic Convention to assemble fell in that momentous struggle. ihe bridge on the west bank gave way, andpart caught m ih' awful crime of dissection ih- S

: .3 In Baltimore in June next. Surely some appropriation ought to berrade 'The ot extra the bridge cent ones has been destroyed. fierce anger of the multitude' is armed against, still.S Business. at Buenos AIres was at a- staad'

2d.. RtJd I, That the Democratic' by Congress to We him and the mob is soon ready to redress the
. nartr of rem-dll1O.palpahle a branch'in have no infornu ion from above but Trio Canada ;
S ickson county send Delegates t. the State the national rumor that'tbe overflow wron*. Should errors on the other band a. also brines Intelligence I*.li.
gratitude. says baa done Austrian
Convention which v great risc from the denial of uch study the war earner Ancoaa had been siraonti .
I assembles at Mndison on Wo damage above, that lower bottom statute ded the .._. __ .
some queer sticks in this ; are i formal offers its enu.t nI' "_ : a .L'ac. .
ciy. Bya practi.e --- -
she &Monday i in April .la ,select candidates completely submerged and of mm alternative.and '- aDQ UIV 4l --P

" .Jot. ton offices .of Coverorf ..UepresentativeS circular shown tne yesterday I learn that a i... ...___ _,._.______1 ,_ U.coursojhn grow. -. an intelligent jury is not-wanting to visit the consisting of lao'souls. sl perished. .

: to Congresr.Presidential Electors, aid Delegates Mr.Duganne is to deliver himself of a lecture entirely jug vi vf from utrmuujcu the on all ucn. there me rue IS want of that knowledge, whose.acquisition is Nay UO QI"Rouza :-omo-:abaadoarf
upper country
;:; i to th* Baltimore Convention. entitled! "The Gospel ot La bom," before the been uo material rain below hence no having made pena'. And rt t who of this zealous pub parents i in New York,(who subsists froata*
' : crops lic when seized disease
: b 3d. Rt3OZV \ That w 0 rpcommcnd to the "& of the Iron man," whether this Iron suffer except thorn on the lower bottorrs of the some of these bloody by men, will not send for proceeds of tbe begging and stealing of th'
; yea, even crave chlL1reoJ have
( Madison Convention, that they instruct dele- man is the f imous "man in, the iron mask," Guadalupe. the service of nuch an one as they mode taught t&eir e&priaV a oe"-
think of
S, tales of: the,.$tate,to the Baltimore conrcr- Mr. Webster, The Bulletin says that Indianola is improv to have been most enslaved may theft which was .perfOnRed to die
; lion, That in the event of adiviston of aenti, or (whom Miss Martinean calls ing very.rapidly. There will bu over two hun of dissection to.thU abhorred following manned a day or two since.A U

p meat among them as tOim! >minatU ns of Pre> the cast-iron man" I am not informed.. dr,'d houses built this ,ear. The trade of the one practice time the -and thus be who is at tie: girt the dau-ihtarcf ez.>lkenaaa Wood 'i.

i.JeataDCI Vice President That a majority of "Tk Mutual 'Loan House Furnishing, and town is increasing in a still more rapid I becomes the grave plundering of Ghoul,sudden and also a daugaier of J. P Mania Ha ajea1
ratio. merey tAl.! for about sut
the voles of Ihe yean were accused of Ij,
delegates of Florida Piano
S Association by a girl
/ advertise '
present ( ) for the want of
' consistency on the
at such,convention,,shall determine the vote because We learn from the Houston Telegraph that above all others needs subject, which or 15 jests <*i woo toM item aaeba-l ,two t
"adapted to the it.
ofjbe Stae} which jrrra adopted. wants of every man the commander ,.fthe Eight Military District now though nice dolls ooe avav doW, and the ok .

,On motion* a committee of five ,was appcin- of family," and simple Interest only Is required consider that EI Paso county is not within: of we the,are grave prepared,and to to yield plead all for the full sanctity chiaa 000, and thai if tae eaiUrea wouM Ii

for the use of capital to furnish a' house district;"nd CuLt tJumu.oIlhe-Nintb Military lisp oper claim her their a&awla to wrap them op iiv '&e woaMo t
Yet if
; ted to rend Delegate to represent tfie'De- with all kinds of cabinet furniture, and el D. trfcrifaioks it not within bit; conscqocetly ker to dissection be, aa it ia,the grret raasttr horae and fetca them and maketh aapreaentoruMloys. a .L
an surgical
S. Diccracy of Jackson Count, in the State ** the commanders io each of these district have aucxeaa--and the great panel Q Id.lib.tba li le&irJ
egantpiano be of
Convention may a good neglected protect the iottabitanta. \ mercy as aa safety to the invalid. awl fid eg,and aa ratglil tie the ttfef&*
B COD!llir" of Hours lhVleIlan thing after all The t-an I if pood men and old have aped,
but.it sound I Antonio given their lira
p ? queer. Ledger mentions that there are no civil J Juffivcrs well as fortunes for the as er ondjB her appearance, and lbs eaBdft
I I welfare of others why came crying homo wfthoct their swts.- .

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,,, THEalcam r FLORIDA, L. U. COXETTEE, ITS: NOT 85I./> "e L .IL is now
United Slate, on hit way home will make ILL fiB PAID Reward opened- those desirous of amusement
of floe a trip to St.Augus* : as a to any Lave
II a dinner rlT on a certain occn.ionw41 .tine on Friday 2S.| April, and leave the same [Kept thManackt, St. Aatxurtine.JbT7. .,.q .W son who will apprehend and confine, can such as to every pleate.opportunity Attached; lain rule and regulation saloon* .I-

J 4ir d*o viulenll r with vertigo that he be. afternoon nt 4 o'cl'ck; which will nmble :.;; I (10 that I can obtain possession or ben) eith- j and Eating Hoose'which will be Oyster
'lfBprrwed with the idea thnt the groundto her to connect with the New York steamer at DSavlmnsh. .'s EI...x 9 A. II. 3 P. x. 9 P. u. cr In St. Johns or Duvol County jail ; my n-'! plied from day today with the Oame of the eea tup-? 'I. .

was rill 8C! +tlrwere g.-Inkt him, mad that the fire '-- -- pro woman HANNAH :-She is of rather tall Hottis of amusement.Gentlemen: and Ladies will..fte
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Cities after him with hot (toxic. Under 1 M 74' \ 18 74 and slim make and of very erect carriage-of .rom 9 to 12 A. M.and 2 10 5 P. aI, -'rhtiBje\ P-V. .
d I I eurn+et nores, he determined to eonccal! : i 69 83 86 1j ( black complexion and between the npes of duite lion, and tnl: Dp for gradeaen axclasivVly. ?

", ugtieHin a friendly gutter and wait until bib NOTICE 3 68 68. .1i 19 Fort .five and Fifty-She ran away from my 4 _Nov J& "8.-MIRANDA.

110 Mieaifeffad! disappeared. In this roudllion he Lands entered at tho tAn;. Office in 4 47 69. 69 62 family St. Augustine, about the last of October Tax Collector, (llt.

....frmtd. an ',ol ("(couriue ut the numerous 4LL Augustine, and lying In St. John 5 45 61 75 66 or first of November 1851-and supposed) I
1toPP of cfficc-huntiM was sum ready to cum-, County eiih>r br purcnata or by locutionof 6 6S 6j 65' 64 to be secreted, somewhere in the vicinity of BY virtue,of they power vested in, mt11 law I
for tile before the
expose Court llou.c
Gen. Jnckson then President of tie Ch-
te to 7 16 8 60 61 68.
Buuntv Laud Warrants f":1 to
are suhj : I Vellonville
door at on the first Monday of,
vwOfiMed State, the Inca thnt i.hegallnm do.jeoJeruf 8 49 66 63 65 LEWIS COXETTER.St. July
the .payment of State and County taxi *.- next, the following described tract' of land or-.
Fortbad been found drunk in '' 9 66 68 71 66 Augustine( March 13th 1852.
and unless returned on or buf.ire tho Iii d .yot I t much thereof as will pay tae sizes due thereon th .,
ibefHtt*. The old man stood for o moment May will be doubled taxed: as the luwr 10 68 772 69II i State of Florida and County Orange doubled tae,

re eetingi then, turning to hl.lofarmnnlan -l require b'9 76 7- 72 FORWARD & TOWLE, I ed from the year 1845 to and ,including! 1851,: twit ,
er. -'Very bad conduct sir,in the colonel. But, K. B. CANOVA, Sheriff amt ex-off. 1:1 11 75 75j ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORSIN :

a tylbeJSiernul, be has done fijjhiing enoughi7rettodru Tax Assessor and Cullcclor,: a. J. c. 13 1. 76 703 7. CHANCERY. A4SO acres assessed to Theresa nodrignri; ,' in
v unuihcr&obcr breath in his UK:!" April) 10, 1853. 1-1. '67 78 T1 73 section 37, township 19. range 28. .
r B* fijNrwar
"f' 'W WW"30 colonel l lo 1C1.1.4ruqk HS ollori tit ho Charlodoll aad Florida, Line. 16. 63 .63 65 66 1< r L o x IDA. day of sale. J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and

. ftgMQj), provided ho kept biin,cU'out of.iebtry I 17 M 61 '61 '. '6& ; jan 3. 1852. .Tax Collector o. c. _

.i the _n.. peri-xl, the la'er M>ijnr O.b. TUB SPLENDID NEVVTACKET 1""" ;; STEAMER. J8 65 79 71 M, WM.Laic A.of Su FORWARD Augustine, East.I RIMON Florida. TOWLE. Tax Collectors sale.y !! .

jpf be* v s eellcctur ofib pot ol .out .eru ; !, .' 19 66 69 68' 11' virtue,of lh" power vested 'In me by law I
dtlt(chtnondO to wi.Ich itfficu Im bud beenJumted 20 67 '1. 75 ': 8' l'I -. ; FROM JACKSONVILLE, B 'shall expose for sale before the 'oun House

br th.elder Ad.m*. Of cuurse ih-t L. M. COXETTER, Murza. -: 69 63 62 4'4 f' '; } ,n the 'iht or Se. Aaj sUn OQ thefirst Monday nf .

a'',iW was s fi-dcrnlwt rund one of Ge... Jik> IS NOW running regularly 22 ".J 66 66 41 'I' 'Fo Enterprise and Melloimlle.l May- 'bfxtVtha followtay! described prop rty..or so-._ .

saM ft f.c"ltical..ppon't.. During i he atrug :le I one the Line between 23 41 65 7i 6i LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS. much thereof as will 11' the, State and County taxes -

of the American colonies for in l'-|)en,leiice, Charleston, Bar nnah, and 24 64 72 65 69 1 and the necessary npense due thereon for the 1
Oftbon bad diIUnftulI'ht-d himr.-lf on several the St John's Ri TeT. 25 72 15 72' 61. Steamer SARAH SPALDING having year 18 51,to" wit: k
oecftsiofis. He had commanded a forlorn hope The f"UowiDI'ccheJDle has been adopted, which 26 41 69 67 6i7 THE newly fitted up, will resume her regular 300 acres 3d rate hind assessed to Nicolas Sanchez *

fdtet31ad Anthon," at stony poinr. Aticr shows the hours of arrimls and departures from the 63 63 68 70 trips for thi above places on Wednesday, the \\\14th being section 25 ..r private Purveys, tQwmhip--
touel all the intermediate laadia *and 4 south of 29 East, being I'D St. John County I
ifikugureiion Jnckson av Frusideni, ib* various ports : 28 70 174 78 68 Inst., ing at range ,
. the will continue punctually to leave every Wednesday adjoining lands of Estate of Robert Mkkkr, and ,
jgajer, who was an bitter a Politician at hu had Leaves Charleston every Tuesday, at 12! o'clock, x. 29 65 63 64 65 morning at o'clock, connecting with the U. 8. Estate ofETJenke*. '
teen a gallant soldier, in nn excited diycuuton Leaves Savannah every Wednesday, at 4 M 11'... .SO 63 68 81 7DECE"'BEa. Mail steamers to and from Savannah. For freight Unless taxes and expenses 'are paid before the It

about Ulc"dt"t.14redthllt"Old Hickorv was Leaves Jai ksonville every Thursday, at 10 A... or apply on board, or to day of aale.K. .
d scoundrel The upi orb wa prompt Lana Picolata every Thursday, at 2' 1'... FERNANDEZHISBEE
a d-- I 66 61 65 65 &, Co., Agents. B CAXOVA, Shrr.ffand cx-off. ;
jy tenoned to the President by erne of his KETCEiriHO, i 2 62 66 69 65 Jan. 10. 18SJ. Tax Assessor and Collector, 1.1. c. I i ;

friend, who"Well aUPpo-.ACJ what of a vnrnncy it?" wu. J..ckon'sKtAv. would be Leaves Pilatka every Friday, at 7,
certain who command-d n torlcrnftJpe Leaves Plcolsta M .4 10' M ., 4 38 49 59 41 I am receiving returns of taxable property for 1652. .1'8X (:oll c lora Male.Byvinne .
man hits a lull right lo3cut Lents Jacksonville every Friday, at 3 '1.' 1'. x.I 6 40 64 65 41. Owners or Agents of property subject to taxation are of the power vested in .me by Law'
of Atith ny Wayne Leaves Savannah Saturday,at 1 9 A-H 6 58 63 65 41 respectfully requested to present their lists of taxable expose for.sale before the Court House

-- -:- ntiv. body. bo pkaseetDOHGAN I The FLOXIBA has been built tinder the 'special sn. 7 61 6'7 65 69 property before the first day of April next. Owners or at Mellonvill on the first Monday of July next, tbd I
AN GIUNDEOS.( peiintendenceofCapt. Coxeu rIDd her"speed and 8 60 I 62 61 I 62 ) Agents of lan-la in this County are required to give a following described tract of land or so much threofas

>BONKEYS ot worm "ueuther iiorduol accommodations Passengers are nisurpassed by 9 68 fib I 68 64 particular description of their location, by Sections, I will pay the taxes due thereon the State of

With the and return griudem nra annually my boat ever placed on the S;. John's. Freight 10 41 66 72 68 Townships and Rlngca"ot by what water courses Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851, ,

Monkey organ and passage as low as by any other line, Any fur 11 68 63 79 65 bounded.R to wit : 1
let loose upon our citiu ns. We brie often I B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. 300 assessed ,
that information can be obtained by.applying either 11 6j 64 77 69 acres land to Bernardo Seguir .
wondered where they come from and.whither uf the undersigned Agents. 13 69. 63 63 6\ Tax Assessor and Collector s'l' e. being in section 44. township 16, range 33,sooth i'

they went. Their place of rendezvous wtt 'J, W. CALUWELL. Charleston. 14 ,, St. Augustine, Jany. 24th 1852. ..; and east un Hallifax Hirer. .

bare at length( discovered. A lofty building in E. W. BUKER, Mavannah.BELLEUI1ASSEE& : 15 49 49 X58 48" 50 68' 49 48 -.-JOSEPH HENRY, 14 days from Baltimore J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector,o.c. t

Orange street, evidently deigned by the builder FiNEGAN, 16 31 48 66 41 S-- 400 bits Flour.3000 bush Corn, 40 bales I I ?Jan 3. 1853 __ .
as the etude of comfort and eh'gnr.ce.has Jacksonville.R : TuX Cu lector' > '- j
11 42 .49 49 88 Hay 30 bags Coffee 10 hhds Sugar. 40 bill Lard Mule ;
been for some period in the cornpleu? occupancy R. REID, Pilatka. 18 28 82 25 Kfgsutter, 40 bits Potatoes, 20 bib Apples, 51, By virtue of the power vested m me by law I
of obese croaturcif. The tare hold crossed April 10, 1852. Casks Cheese 100 bags Oats, 5 casks of Bacon 40 I! expose for sale before the Court, House
the organs orient, sight and hearing-U e 19 33 '36 1 49 36 blls Crackers, 100 kegs Nails 25 boxes Tobacco, 3 lat Mellonviile on the first !Monday of July nrxt, he 1 1 1J

fumes, the ttuh the jjcreeches I''e DO doubt TVX COLLECTORS JLANK DEEDS, for i0 3.4 49 62 44 hhds do, 10 bib Molasses,50 boxes Soap, .2 casks I following described tract of land or somnch thereof
"d vthe character of the |.Iaca. Ea-ti apartreeftt nt tliiit Office. 21 31. 68 60 65 Oil, 60 boxes Candles. 15 baskets Champagne, 10 *s will pay the taxes due thereon the State of J I t

Turma th abode ol bush mja mid! mo t- 22 68 61 68. 6j boxes Cider,10 cheats Tea 10 doz. Brooms 10 nests II Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851, to .. I,'
would no .t retell ol S-Hir. FURID V 7 days from Now York 90 23 62 69 68 66 Tube, 5 boxes Oranges, A boxes Lemons, 10 casks wit .
and it require
keys ima ;insIun In the visitor to _up gru puSU| atone ol '. Hay, 60 bb(., Flour, 5 hhd!*. Mugar, 24 54 66 66 61 lace, 3 Crates, 15 boxes Starch,400 boxes to I I 300 acres of Land assessed to Joseph M. Sanchez jt

.f thow inferior 16 bbl.. Crnrknr.,60 ickaSaltand 124 pack. 25 lH 66 75 61 March 6th 185* B. E. CARR. I in section 40,township 16, range 33 S and P.
the toman reprta'-ntativea nge to B, E. Cnrr, 10 bozos G. Burt, Sundry 26 61 61 12 63 on the Hallifax River. t ;
African tribes who are raid to poW es* ttuU. MJOTIVE is hereby given,that I will,six weeksafter
packages to Burlingame &> Howk, and other 21 64 65 61 G5 I Also 310 acres assessed to the said Joseph M I
la the lo vr roc.m4, JAcko was gecerullir re 1,. date apply to the Judge of Probate of St I Sanchez in sec 51 1, township 17, 3.., south. ,1
28 65 73 63 64 range
itricu-d in bin perambulation by a abort ch tin; Schr. Florida now discharging; Butler, Johns County, for Letters of Administration, on the ; and east west of Smyrna.
hut in the slUe and upper apartment.., where By Lanl,Crncker ,Pork, Ham ,B\conahoul.: 29 60 14' 61 65 Estate rf Susan Foils, late of acid County'Decased- J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector c.Jan. .
30 62 13 66
the mobkoy tribe greatly picduminuteJ over tiers, with a full aaaortm of articles usunl- 74 I ANN IIURLBERT.St. .3, 185?.
genii homo, the animals occupied boxes about .1 ly kept at the lowest prices) by B. E CARR.Notice SI 68 75 T1 \69 rJASUART Augustine, March 6th 1852. j .

u foot square, bl&'; apertunc a t..r vcntilaiiun, 186:1.I : Tax Colleel r'", Sale.By Tax Collector's Sale. i-
and lo admit loud,uud were bereft companionship. Is hereby given to all pen BY
In otter canes, the mi.ulccys are (t tna Estate of Susan F. Perpatl deceased 46 .' 41 69 4& r ,, '.- virtue. of the power vested' in me by Nw I expose for sale before the Court Hou,," p') .
made to occupy small closets, panitioucd off: to pru lIt the same within, time prescribedby S 38 41 51 43 expose for sale before the Coon House; doorat Mellonville the first,Monday of July.orxi, iJ
law, or such claims will forever barred.V. doorat rfellonviUe! on the first Monday of July nextthe the following described tract of land much r
tutu small com.artmt'ntg. 4 35 41 68 ,41 or as
dANCEIEZ, AmlnUtntor. I following described tracts of land er eo much thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the State
thus occupied, in part were 6 48 49 62 62
In Mom
ono tLeaeoi will the
due thereon
April 3d 1853.! as pay taxes the State of Florida and County of for
Orange the 1851 ,
three bedstead oiernproad with Uttered and 6 40 68 44 oi"Florida and Conaty'of Orange from the year 1845 to wit : year
III\h.)' quilts whereupon sl'pt at night, six, or 7 36 41 65 41 lo and including 1451 to wit: 310 assessed
acres to James Clark infection.
imhvidunU of both sexes. Ae$jo wan DENTISTRY. 8 4S 44 63 49 100 belonging
iiwi mug acres to or supposed to belong toRobert 42, township U, Range 31 eouth and east on the
an apurtmt-sii where,among winding cobwebs 9 49 68 71 61 Shepherd. and Jane SancVez being! in aectirn laliifax River, -
and the sooty uccumul tiuns of a J..oclldu of 10 65 69 ,5 65 00, township 17 range:J.J. the place known as Du- J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Colic-tor o.c.
yean Wits to b>2 MHJU the whole apparatus i f I J. PAKJILY & SON ,,11 49' 69 62 44 bardy's Cana!. Jan 3. 18 32

street nuuic-manager*,monk ys and ornns\ RarrcTrntLToffer their professional services to the 12 40 49 60 44 Unless taxes and expeoscsare paid before the day .

fur the weather was unpropiliou for he pro>. Ladies and Gentlemen of St. Augustine, for a few I' 13 36 31 28 26 of sale. Tax Collector's Sale.By .

eeutinn of the fine urts. Our sudden enimncouking deys.aly. 14 23 31 61 31' Also, 3010 acres aneeasei to Clarke and Atkinson virtue" of the power vested in me by law \ j I'j
them by surprise,.i group ot men around Those who'wish to avail themselves of their services 15 36 49 69 51 ,being in section 37, township 13, range 29 expose for sale before the Court Homo
it 1I&blc'puahl'd from sight the curds with which will pease apply at the ITIasuoUu 16 45 6G 61 4i couth! and earl at Haw Creek. W.A. ForwardA gent door at MellonvJUe! on the first Bfonday of July next

they were pUyinjr; and curious) eyed tbo vwiior Home, immediately. 11 3-1 65 68 49 Also, 600 acrea in Township 18, South rannt the following. described tract of land or as much
*. One ol them then proceeded to show off Ma. PABSLY has testimonials from several of the ,16 I. 46 I 61 '73 I 63 35, east,assessed to the heirs of Caroline ftlge thereof ,. will, pay the' taxes due thereon the that

a ffivurito monkey. which he said was worth vpirsidcnlK" of the United ;States,' and profeationalmCD 10 51 .1 44 28 Hardy, south of New Smyrna. of to wit Florida and County of Orange for the year 185K' J

"tree hundred to tars." The ordinary price respecting bit professional merit and qualifica 20 22 28 3S 37 Also 500 acres assessed to the said heirs of Caroline 100: acres assessed to Elizath Bunch in see. K

range from 020 to 950; Ciuie by the card tions. Apnl,3dI852.FOB 21 31 8tt 4' 41 McHardy, being in sections 49 and 50, and 61, township 16. range 33, south and east* on the
players an aced couple with haJ'ttllrd viMiges, 22 32 42 41' 41 part in Township IB, range 3and part in town- Halifax River. '

weregraceieiisir stretched out laces upward, AT BALE.It. COULTER&/CO'S I i 23 35 49 49 69 chip Id, and range 35 south of New,Smyrna. J. SIMPSON, Sheriff. and Tax Collector o. c.
01 baud aid boxes ucav- I 48 t.7 65 61 Unless taxes expenses are paid before the *
oytir u heap) organs TORE, by they Subscriber 24 day of rale. jan 3, 1853
.slumbering.. and now landing from the tchr. 26 63 51 69 6j

aDuring; the interview which ensued various Mary Isabella, from Baltlmore2$00 26 61 65 70 66 Also 5000 acres assessed to Philip R. Youuge lying Tax Collector 8aleD' :\
Information was elicited. Tbo receipts ot or. ba hels of Baltimore White Corn, 27 40 6i ,50 46 in sections 37 and 38.township 21 south range virtue of-the power vested in me bylaw,!

Ja gsa players are now small compared with 1,700 bushels White Oats, 28 ; 31 64 63 43 30 and township 21 south range 31, east, being on expose for sale before the Court house

lurmer yearn, on account of the Ire.lt competiliuti 50 bales of Hay, 1 29 35 63 62 49 Lake Jesinp, Forward A sent. door in the city of Ht AeAu>>tine on the first Monday .
in the bu di.e.s ;, but it i I.. not unusual 30( bbls.Howard st. Flour, SO 39 69 61 Unless taxes and expenses are lurid before the of lay next, the following described property I

for the vagrnnts to niaku a d ,lhsr, nr even 20 keg superior Butter, u- .31 61 70 69 59 day of a Ie. or so much thereof as will pay the State ana county ..

01 SO a day. The monkeys are imported( but 15 No. 1 Lard, .- FI.aVAKT. Also, 1000 acres oOand in section 37, townships tll and the nscessary expenses due thereon for the
their constitutions are unable bear up under 5 bbls Apples, j i' 1' 68 17 and 18. range 30, assessed to David R. year 1851. to wit:
the riKoratJt'winCr in these high latitude, 20 boxes assorted Crackers, : 66 68 78 Dunham, being on Lake Berrisford. St. Johns Riv A lot of Iud in the city of St. Augustine, boon
ibe'mmit.lucle- 4 bbls Pilot Bread, ; : 2 60 60 55 51 : er. ded on the cast by Dragoon or Spanish street and
anlllbc.1rare obliged to spend '10 Mercer Potatoes, i. : 3 41 54 56 45 lots of G Pomar and A Misters, on the West by
iuihern tSuius.Tittie : Unless taxes and expanses are paid before the
in the
incnl purl of the season 5 kegs Butter Crackers, J I' : 4 39 I 46 day of..I... Tolomato street, on the south by lot of JossphvAndren
arras present but few monkeys in 10 boxes Raisins, I :. ; 6 40 61 \ 58 56 deceased, on the North by an alleysaid lot

vcltyin consequence of..this temporary abwnce. 2 bbls Onions, '! 6 63 58 77 63 'j Also 800 acres of land,lying in section 40,town wasorrigiufelly owned by the late George Bartlett*
Tae cold wetith, r has the effect to in iue n.eu 70 Iba Candies, ,: 7 59 70 71 61 ti- ship 17 south range, 33 east."aMfcaed:> to the erta'e deceased, and anseajed to G. R. Fairbanks containing

'mttic pains, crump in the stomich diarrhcen 1 case,Clocks,assorted, 8 64 61 59 66 of Linds+.y Tod near New Smyrna, Forward.agent. in all two IC'rellnore or less
&c.,attended with kiss ot ftc.h. The city does 60 bags of Wheat Bran, I 64 65 65 65 Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the ,,Unless taxes mud espon<*.', are paid before the

not bold out so great inducements to itinerant lease Pickles assorted, 10 66 61 72 66 'I day of aale. day of sale. fc

organists as the country-the former being fa 2 dozen, jars Preserves, 11 60 62 71 54.I I Also 900 acres teed to John Robinson being U.B. CANOVA.Sheriff ex-oPL
its 4.e Lemon Syrup, 65 41 of 2060 Tax Assessor and Collector, .. j. e.
JIM literal I In pl11ronftlte.f 41 66 part of a tract acres granted to Briggs and '
Uot.ko.s ate not at alt fastidious as to theoeture -At-. wholesale' and retail. 13 36 61 62 I Robtoson being in section 38,township 16, range 32 Nov 11851. {
bf their lewd. The hand-organs are A.harsof: puplie IAMBS is respectfully solicited. I and township. 15, range 33, S and E on 1lallifaxRiver.

,ctncrally: owned by the performers, and are It. JfANHA ; for THE WORLD; AS IT PASaES.. 'i
.raanuluctured shroud They are instances Jackeontille.uarch 13, 1862. 14-tf STATE OP FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COUJ? Unles Taxes and expenses are 'paid before the day I -

.a hich t hr y arc the propcity bf some capital.Ift.lncludt'd BARGAINS. EASTERN CIRCUIUT. ST. JOHNS of sal-5.. MORRIS WILLIS'S,
ratrrml'ho hires them I GREAT .
the (
in COUNTY. 88 aired to Cornelias Monroe on the
Also seres
cenain centnge ot the proflls. SELLING OFF AT NE\V YORK COSTMy HOME JOURNAL WOU 1833.
put fur a per M R. Sumner. Wekiva Creek bounded on the south by George R.
The I'crtormorn ure cM-'fl. from Italy ; and entire Stock of Fresh and assorted Penelope a. mpt'l h CRAYCxR Falrbank'a Undo. UnleM taxes and expenses are 'A F J.11L Y NEJVSP.f.P ER.

though iu tho instance here relcrred. to IiinthlCther Goals at Palalka. !Morton Cornish Sumner Deft.Bill for Dive paid before the day of sale. ,

in considerable nbmbers, associated March n. 1852. A. II. COLE. appearing' to the satisfaction of the C:: J SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Colledor.o.e. rvBttiaet WZCKTT IT TWO DOLLARS A TXAJU

r.'h4'r from instinct than nlerc.I.II the ,- \ tt by affidavit filed In this ease, that Morton < jan 8d, 1853 -
monkey'-mur" sent season will recur with the recoinmencemeni Guardian's. Notice. nish Sumner the Defendant above named,reside! m mar yrxxx or TBS nw sxaoa\ WILL ixIMRTX9 itd it

of warm weather, and the conavquenl '-TOTICE lf HEREBY OlVER, That thirty yond the Limits of the State of Florida,_so that! ADA.ltIS & JO's *5 TAx VIUT or JAXTAftt COT. ,

return ot the tnonkeya from their l' Jays from the date hereof, I GhaU apP1to' ordinary process of Law cannot be served upon bun.
Uwuiherii tour, the fcufiiury result is looked the Honorable Thomas Douglas, Jrlge of the EIa- Therefore Motion of McQueen McIntosh, Esq. Tex Horn Journal has now become naivens..
I "forward to with no ordinary interest.Jownui Ol Florida for leave W sell die adlTt- Solicitor for the Complainant, it is ordered, that notice There are few familet ol cultivated habits-(few of
term I'lrCUK
C.maarsncs. ded interest of Ocorpr Henry. Leonora B., Fatio;Ja- of the pendency of this suit be given, to OM said those who seek to enliven and make home the most

- --- -_. .- IU F. and Louisa Fatio Colt, miaor children of Mrs. Defendant, Morton Cornish Banner by publication latilligent and attractive placewho do not now
"'' Advertising Sralem is an excellent one. Leonora, T. Colt,deceased,ia and to the one-sUth in The Ancient City" n Public Newspaper published receive it. It is read we believe wherever ran thgold .
'The fa the of Bt. Augustine,fa the and threads of domestic happiness and true tpanl
City County
Jtla pleaaaot to look along the columns of a of a certain tract of hood eootafeing eight han; NEW YORK '
think howf'Warir part nlnetj-sU acres t aiwated fa the Cooatv ef Circuit aforesaid,for the space of three months, n- AID refinement which are woven so thickly into the K
.r 'nI" jilted advertisingaheetand dm and the Eut bank of die tit. Job" d.r ,,. miring him the sill Defendant to appear and sasses ORLEARHEXPRESS. stronger and coarser web of our country's industryand
Information NEW
will find there the very Oran; ,and on lad bounded. fallow to the said Bill, or the tame and the matters and things i energetic prosperity. The Home Journal the
.. 'WhIrb they need. But this system is not used near Lake on4he bank of aaid river at a cv- therein alkfed will be taken u Confessed. speaker to the hearts of tha busy nation in the hours
rate fully as lo relieve a very great difficulty in wit : Commencing X. u41"1UU nstor theses South 80 And it is further ordered that a hesrincbe had fa given to happiness and relaxation.

< our aochU life. What multitudes are seeking 5r7Eaj. marked oak marked F,60 cba1DI to a,, pine this Case, at the next Jane Term of Said Coot to rrncis : At a hear Tuer Frttt frost a Gentleman to rs
for what they could .a well aa not,11 they but by aa thence oath 10 deg. West to tnotherpinexirked be boWeD fa and for SL Johns County aforesaid, at 16, 18 & 19 Wall .U New-York. Lady,the Home Journal is one'o< which tit renembrmct -

knewwhere to look for it. How m&Dylndaa- a\lo markedF. F theDce Nonla 80 ele,. West 60Trait. the Com House, fa the said City of tft. Augustine. :24'.Malo |t.. Hartford, CL it rt...,.. 'tow' : wetk,and it is purpsssed -

\:trios persoas an anxiously looking tor UuaUem $ beak,of wad trivet, aDd aJoq aLl riven Given mnder my hand, at Chambers, this 4th day 61 .Stale bt.. New heaven, Ct. u a gift la good taste. V
white, the tame time employers are shuns tO die of beginning ; .W tract being kaowD February, A. D. 1851.THOMA8 lealktUlrooreaUPenosylvania: Baltimore. n&J .-For one copy$? ; for Sire copies, (5
...-.aTlootln. for tketn. It is painful to 10 the Befalorcl place SOPHIA T FATIO. DOUGLAS, Judge, Ate. AT., Wnahiogtpo.R or for one copy fur three yean 05-always :a ad. 1
thlftthow much there!I.of this mutual search. sslh Churfan o.u Minors A uu.cop,from the original order. ... 7 Fourteenth at., Va. vaace. Subscribers without delay. Address
P. B. DUMA8, Clerk,c..c. ST. ran eo.r. Wftthington .t, Bottr n. MORRIS & WILLIS,
t persona suffer for want. or.ofIJploy. March S7,1853. 107 Fulton t,New-Xork.
...281h. 1852 New Orleans. Editors, rr*
: meet, while another quart r some oars 1 isiftfukteg 73 Camp at., 5
all his beads fort person aadle. OIL &c. -TaBow Candles ,h.pt'D Lemons.
amoBg <
Beelllle-PriTlIe Rooms fitting 9Pe.lq-Oraage.* Ap
.to l"Udi. silos oD for which the/ are fit C tine, SpenD, Brown Soap. Linseed Oil, Billiard Table and Tea Pin Aller.A PBbilO fOr tacmorary porpoees, always i* I I"NOW. Potatoes 0 S3 races, Pea Ruts, .sstortid
ted. Either the advertising method should be Adamestfn, Candle,Starch,.White 1 Lead, .lam ;- t the Magnolia JSetreat.. open throughout" thef& readiness at the Magndia Retreat. j I Preserves, Confectionary, Seerr. Minors, See.
Paints, at retail by day vtniag.Nov i I 1 API
,.teach uwrted B. E. .
more largely railed upon.or something B. E. CARR 29 o48tf MIRANDA., Rev 29 no4f, MIRANDA Ma.c1li 27 =
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'. f*:*(BIItL T*J-< *%" Directory. t 1 -F r'IhTcounty of Nassau. Thursday before" h- sT 1j UT -SECUR1T I j- Tax ll eio'hi 1\fr-
I. .'MaiitMtfltilel. tOo' tit. GeorgeSnretnorth: of t bird Monday of NoTcmber5 | li I / V "900000. virta- of the 'power ytj ia.tt.-- -

Ih?Public Square and one door north: of he MetK1edist For the county*or Dnrali on the third Monday. of\ THE MUTUAL LIFEOFNEW'TTORK !t Br expose fur afebtfOn. the ('J.:
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reh. Movemter. doorla the
Ch J ehcrHr Aegnwj
.- Florida House. Pa Treasury Lane, North of For the county of Marion, on the first Monday li ; CODPAltY N0.35 \ day of ally next.. thefellowizg o Jecca. Wi;::

tliePublie : | 1 December. or 10 much thereof ..
qnare. will
pat the "
.nd few Alachua and Levy, on the secnndMonday 1'\1 ET Accumulated! Fund Nov. Stall:..J
CWf0ff.. On Charlotte- Bay-Street a _, For the ccinliea Bonds taxes and the nlcess ry expense doe'the f* f
doors tjouth Cast of the Public Square.Planters In December. 1" 000,securely invested in year 1851. u- wit: ,fc,
Hotel. 00 Charloue Street and Treasury For the county qf Columbia, on the third Monday on real estate in this, city and A Ioipflxid in the. city C,81. ,

Lane, north of the; Public Square, annexed to the i id i December. nfthe State and City of New I ded on the east by Dragoon A. ..."';

\ Florida ,The U.S. District Court, at St,,. Augustine, cmth '! States Government. lots of G Pomar and A 1faatfm"or p.UiiIa. {
This fund is increasing by ua
rapidly dw W..I/I
1I0USES1ill in
; first Monday ApriL ToJomaio
few door GVIDfi. ded and prosperous business. | Ilred.'on the t50uda bv j Jot (
: .\ Folio. Ont, Geprgc Street a THE TRAVELLER'S l\ndreudf'cf'lsed. oa the North
", 1 South of the Court Horte and l'ublic Square. The Company declared a I wjaorriginalJy owned the by a".&0(1'
G.'"N.: P p,. On Bay ,street, corner of Bay and ROUTES FROxfcHARLESTON ) of ty-two January percent, 1848.on all existing deceased, and assessed to G. Ute R. FaIrba Ce

Garden Lane.: : lug in all two acres more or less
DOCTORS. Leaving daily afj All the Profits arc oj :',:
to NeioYork. "
From Clarlsston Unless taxes and
\ t I Diet. F. fYctJ,,". Office at hu DwelMo c Huuseon 31-U o'clock P. x, By Steamer to W ln ngfoQ 180 the Insured. day sale. expoti-cg- pa4! tk
The premiums are payable in "i.
Street. \VelJon'IC mile.-ro,
Bridge miles.-By Railroad to \ If. B.
I Dod.JoFo. K.Feek Office on St. George Street. C3.-To Richmond 22.ro AequWjCreek annually, or quarterly, interest Taxiseeeur CANOV'\.Sl1mfr and ftoooa:' I.

clo>ri North of jhr t'onrt llouw.DUl'GGteT. 70.-By Steamer: to Washington 55.-By Railroad to deferred payments. Nov 1,1851. C'oUecter,, ',. f/
Baltimore 40.-To Philadelphia 92.-To Nf'wY ork The cash principle adopted by ITO .
, : -
,. C and Charlotte hoUr Fare cures to the parties for whose. I
P Zylitra. Chemist Drugjest! 87. Total distance 771 miles.Time GO
are effected the whole of the LARGE PL -'
| iTE "
_ $20. subjecting them to the heavy
+ leave Charleston Valuable Tracts of Land
The "Southerner" (Steamship) r) 'i
r- < :\ LAWYKR3.: every tenth day after the 27th of April.o'clock r* x. lated premium cotes. Tj1HF: : subscriber ar Agent ot the Inqij 'i

E. B. u a/J. Counsellor at Law-office on 'Artery Thro in 60 hours. Fare (Stat .noom) 825. Persona may ,effect insurance on "ers for safe: some. of the .m !lLt.. ......... oJ
+ Lnnei; ia. i-, ? > f From Ckarlttton to PI 4delpA .-The Osprey and the lives of others. A married : in East Florida to wit r 7 : ,

A.' Putnam. .; Attorney ,and Co .nc* nor leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock, cure the life of her husband the ben 800 sere*valuable harmnock-lington. 1Id..f'tt J
secured exclusive
' t.l LawotiePkcOlatastrcet. in 60 hours. Fare $20. by Iawforthe use .known as the Gi&bs 4WMsdjC
T." -through <<
; George 1:. FClir aa '. Attorney and Counsellor af From Charleston to New-Orleans. Leaving daily dren. 100 acre near the Alachna :Savaaiti fcjf!.* '

Law'ffice. in the Coort If oue.p' ai 10 o'clock A.x. BJ S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 Clergymen aad all others I the Ganry Grant ', II
t '' miles.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By flea are specially invited ro avail 1400 acre in San Ft'tuco !T nijnotkBe.t *
I PUBLIC: Of FJCES. Macon and western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By source whereby their surviving \ known as the Lawton/Laad*. JnaDSTiUe. ,.-

,. Post Oflse. G. E. Llamblas! Post Master, Court Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery rom the evil of penury. Several thousand acre good and ja UXL :
i House. ($ -By Steamer to Mobile 33 1.-To New-Orleans Pamphlet explanatory of the dondo. G rlnl. i/ Aat*
Surveyor General's Office. B. A. Putnam Sur- 165. Total distance 1,006 miles. Tune 123 hours. Life Insurance and illustrating' its TUOO; acre on I.t1irax1J1yer, Soak of 8l 3U.
I ,veypr General,on Hospital Street.corner'of: Artillery Fare 59. 50. forms ofappJ.j.atioo.may be gt.stineknowaaathe Burow Planfaiia havtaz
I Lane and Hospital Street. 'Orleanvii Savannah, the Company,35 Wall St.,"or of : acre of open land snitaMe for cane lid eotoT_
Land Office.-\. T. No.1!:!. Register of Public From Charleston to Nv> Satandsh,140milt'l. TRUSTEES And several other bodies of taauaoci Jaa.1'
o office in House. daily at 9 A. x. By Steamer to Jos B David C "
I Land* the Court and Western Railroad Collins ot: Y g3bJe'iltelS.
Thos. T. Russell. Receiver office in Court -By Central Railroad to Macon 100.- Wm J Hyclop. Alfred The title are naJonbted and terms
to Opelaka
House. to BarnesviUe 40 -By Stage R McCur/y, Wm ''to IGEO. R. Iciw-App1r
? Steamer to Mobile FAIRBUfb
!i1Jg: of Prolate. (G. Humphrey's f',) office By Railroad to Montgomery 166.65.-B1 Total distance 1,032 Ered Winston.. Joseph \ Feb 28,1852 8L AllpsemaF1oriJa.,
: in tit! Court House. 33J.-'ro New-Orleans C W Faber. Isaac G
r,(crD. Dumus. Clerk Circuit Court, offic in miles. Time 77 hours. Fare $39.TABLE.60. John 'P Yelverton, Henry Tax Vollector Sale. -.

the Co-JttHpiue, / ) MISCELLANEOUS FareTune.. Theo Sedgwick, Wm 1Yvirtne of the power 'vested iJaJlWo
iJ' V lt !:Jcl 'B. Caaora. Slicruffand'Fax CollceU r,ofn Distances.: Stacy B Collins Zebedee shall expose for sale before tQt;
20 h. the
e in the, Court House. "' To Athens, Ga.. 21 m. 835 John II Swift, Jona : at Mellouville on the first Coup
\ t Collettor pf Castomt John M Hanson: ,office,- '"Chattanooga. Tenn., 445 13,12 31 John Wadewbrth David A following dt j cribej tract of Monday lend of pjy Mite.
"Col mba, S. C., 130 4.00 8 or 10, lDada thm.
Planters Hotel S M Cornell of
pAy due
latfetor of Cat'.omt. Ora Howard, office in "Camllen, C.. 142 4,00 9 Gouv M Wilkins James Florida and County taxes of thereo, &be, Slife tl
Orange for
8 the
., "Hamburg S. C., 130- 4,00 I yrars 1831
)f o"ar.1 Building: *, Market square. John V L Pruyn Joseph to wit : "
1. 1! 'Branson, Judge U. S. Court NorthernDituict Iempbi ,Tcun.. 740 28.00- Fred Whittlesey, Moses II 2301 acres the West
leave i aide
Florida otein the Court House: Passengers for either of the above places Charles Ely, Wm J the eaa{tide ur Jla Uia aucl815 aes.s0l
o'clock x River.
1 G. R. Fairlant' CU-rk J. S. Court, office in Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad, at 10 : I I John C Cruger Eugene Miranda bring in section 39 and aaed to Pe

I the) Coot House. .L x. Walter Joy, Francis S range29oath; ami east.ART 40t,1gj fu.
Deputy liar thai. Goorge I. Zchubanr: office. in I virtue ci the power vested in me by law I [ Alfred Pell. J 0 -/1. RUIPSOi Shmtrand
f'f't t the. Cuurt House. B shall expose for sale be ore the Court lions; JOSEPH B. jan3.1852 TuCoUt'etor,..
; JUSTICES OF TilE PEACE. I door at Melloaville on the tint Monday of Augist ISAAC ABBITT Secretary. : --
Ged. Humphrey office In. the Court Hourr.Gto. next the following described tracts of land or so JOSEPH BLU.TT Counsellor. UNION
L- Phillips. Notary Public-office on Bay'| mJch' thereof as wit piy the 'taxes due thereon the G. R. FAIRBANKS, Agent St. OF-PHILADELPHIA
direct: a lit tie! North of the Market aDd oes door Ito t tI Slate.of Florida and Co-.my of Orange for the year Feb 16th. Incorporated by thePeUuy1vanf.LcgblaSare
th. Post plHce. : wit .
1651to ; ,
I, ;;,'CITY OFFICERS. 759 acres of Land In Tombnll swamp belong m
.Ifjyor-Gto 'L. Phillips.Laurence ing or supposed to belong to Wui G Foot returned ST. I ARTS OP DBSIQ"VI,'. TMM
Andrea.Paul .} Benjamin A Putnam. I : > "
by U IT''D; r.ITS?.
Arnau, % AlJ rnen. .. Also 350 acres belonging or supposed to belongto TIllS ESTA .
E. "* Xedicis. } returned William A For- ing undergone Th OFFICERS. .
'P..Qidnee1. J Chariot Gobert, by ;
Clerk the, Charles office( ward4 I I present season, is HEXUY C. CiiiT, Pretidtnt. Wnxux D. Kxusr
of City Council. Hanger. I Viet
ot F President
i et the Council room. I Also. IftOO'arrn bc'onlring or supposed belong TRANSIENT reception BOARDERS Company., arer. E. H. EDw u P. Mcrcirni.fTVwW,;

City 'tIJn/l1 and Clerk cf the.Xarlet, F. P. to N. Ilanii, returned by John Pontane. I can GEOSGK BtTLU.lleeord.D''ET ; Secretary' '.
Ttlre2ra. I Apartments. ,f rrtpnJ lI See.MANAGERS .

PORT. WARDENS. I Also 8.'0 acres belonging or supposed to belong Rooms, Airy. Clean, -00---

/'. C. Zglstia. Charles.;Haaser Jos. :r:. Pomar. Robert Martin, returned by J3 A Putnam ness Itself tarnished : .
'. John Sartain. Clwries:
belong Nothing Wanting. Topptn Jam- WoSiw
; f. AUCTIONEER. Also, John blO acres P Wlliannon belonging returned or supposed by B A to Put- The House is-well known as Ch irle* ;M ieaI M-r. E. U: Butler Henry S. ?.tut.

: eo. Center,F. P. Ferreira aaJ J A. Strischa. to r Built Expressly with a View : IOn.M.D., Charles G. Lelan-I.Willnin D. Leve. :

nam. SIMPSON and Tax Collector, 0. c.Jan'Jhlo odation of Invalids and others, : : : : .Joseph D. Stewart,\f. D.. Elwm R. i C1k',
.'- ", : IEnCnA TS. i built of Wood!, with Rooms Fdwanl P, :Mitchell. John S. Hart, A. 31.,
,.D.nli:12I1me &. Hcwk-Comer' of St. George 1852. I ing Doors &c., which I J Dales L. Claifborn. ;
' and Treasury Lane. 'Aix CollectorS alc. I : :
:: Burroughs E. Carr. WhoTesaje anJ Retaj, dear I virtue of the power vested in me by law I Dampness. Fireplaces I : Every WcniJ>cr. for the Tear1531
!Ilhro Piazza ,
in firu quality Family Groceries of al! kinds Li. I I1130rs BY expos:; for sale before the Court House b, pening on I I .. ill r:>::*/.*, fur. eajli: :;.1!. Hundred Feet. Protection '
&c.,;: No.2 East side Charlotte Street, North dO?' at JUellonville on the firat. Monday of July next / : apiuuf .
of the Ptblje! square. i iJtue the following! described tract of land or !o much I Winds&c., forming a desirable : I UU TIXGTO\'S "C'HRHTIAXA AND lift
thereon the State confinement at all seasons ,
( Hurt Dealer ia Staple and Fancy Dry? thereof will Thy the taxes due 1851 I r'0 I t I CHILDREN
KwdtVeel ride of Charlotte street, a few
c North .)Treasury Laae.&f I. to wit tC359 in I position, and retired from > AND THE COMPANION,
j A .V. JVaLeman. Wholesale and Retail dealerin I acres assessed to Thomas Fitch being The House contains 45 |': : A prbt ofHantingto "MERCY'S DREAM.'

Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the section. 3G, 3-: and 42. Townships 14 and 15, al Parlours Dining, Setting Engraved by A. Jj.RITCHIE. 3V m y..L, .'

groiuid-tloor of the City Hotel-Dry Good Store, rang* 32. J. SIMP3O.N, SherifTand Collector. veniences in general For Or the c!,.'iCf' of any two of die f,lowing

Chartie, ftret-t, opputite Mica Pinkhams.Aliftr ian 31852. Tax not be surpassed. : : : Four Splendid Eugravlus.
S. % Y. /'I'nMmn ,Dealers iu Fancy The well earned _
cod, &c. opposite the Planters Hotel oil East I i TO POSTHASTERS. has from Year to Year :; vjx:
sde:: of CJII..1loustreN.. POST OFFICE STAMPS. Proprietress,Mrs. DAVIS aim 1.-JOBS Ksox's IXTTRTICV wrrH 3b&y Qt'DSOf

f! Per Denet. DealVrin Grot cries Provisions,ic. 1(E ondenign*d. Postmaster Pleasant Grove for the liberal Patronage .SUITS: ,Painted by LemUe, Fngneed h Sort-
comer of Cuna andt. George street.Manntl'Crttpo. T Al'eghany Co. Maryland, was the first person in turns her thank 2.-RcTHjurDBoAX,Plli.ttllr E rMnttlLpwwl6y

\ Dealer in Family stores. Provisions -I the U. S. who conceived, and undertook extensively The Table will be s.u .i.3.31ucl'.s .
1 &;:.;corniof Charloiu-and! Hri-fge streets. to publish the idea of supplying all post offices with Du ,P4 lkcl Jy ffaaiiagt.zEmjre.
F. J. : made by him are war Game Oysters Turtle, Fish, ted
.;; Qiincy. Watch iiiaker.and Jeweler cn'I cheap stamps.'All stamps If Ritenie.4x0 .
George srreeL nearly opimsitf office of Dr. Peck. j' ranted equal or superior to any other that can be Turkeys and Shell Fish >> ,--CDtrs-ru REX ) .....Paiated,fy JLu-

TAo,. iNeltjn. Retailer of Buotf, Shoes, Caps, procured at the came price and whenever any areBeat our Rivers and Forests lillI....Lzrreel".4adreiss.
I Hat and Dry Good?, east side of Charlottee street, out in any way defective or unsatisfactory,duplicates more Hunters sporting And a copy of the' "

t corner of Charlotte ttl't't"tand Treasury Lane. : shall be forwarded on notice, without House. Philadelphia Art Union Reporter- ,

Lawrence Andrea. Tailor Charlotte street, charge. All who crder a *et of stamp WITH CHIVGros Horses Carriages Ponies A monthly pamphlet! ,containing a report of the trsa**
I BMirfhe, Fort. | DATES at Two Dollar onl-fur thirty jiecesjshall Tackle, Boats for Excursion& actioos of the Institution and inibnnatioa en the

1/oin U.i"". Dot maker', harlotte: etreet, near be kept in Mairps adlibitum. Very abject of the Fine Arts.
thk City Hotel. Addres "Post. Master Pleasnt Grove,Alleghany I. THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD.
9 iMicHa l rian-.Cabinet!! Maker, CharlotttUt Co. Md. 00

i el.be low Tnrperaree IlilK j } If. B.-It Is the wish The Art Union of PhiTaifeipbia award. prizes is
Join Manncy. 31ack mith and Gun Smith, near prietress that the its own Car&Ieatt
thi Tax Collectors Sale with which original Aawrieaa
JS'onh Gatecf
City. 1 I n: i Y virtue of the power, vested in me by law I to the Douse'lboUld be works of Art may beparehatecl ia any part of i5e U.

Billiard TMe, Biclig- Alley. Ora Howard .a.p shall!expose: for sale before the Court House" live, and obliging. I State*, at the option and selection of ins petsoa who

Howard Built ings.Market square. I door at J/ellonviHe on the first Monday' of July! CARMICHAEL AND may obtain a prize at theAnnual

&, :: Slley. and nut-efoUowing described tract of land or so DistribirUoB
:'l" Liquors Refreshments, by DREDGING :
F.BrWer.ttylWl. i much thereof will pay the taxes due thereon the underssigned hare been Whichtaes place oaihe Eftmg of the last xt&

Plilip Goatee. Retailer of Liquors, Refreshments, State of Florida and County of Orange! for the THE owners ofhls invention. Jay in erery Year.

1' &c.. Charlotte! street, oppotite Bridiers Bowling year 1851, to wit : mend it to Contractors, Companies THE EXECUTIVE I'OMMITTEfi OF THE
.4Uc. 100 ares. nssessed to Joseph M Hernandez in who are about doing work of the ART UNION,
I section 43. township! 14, range 32, sooth and east. tion.Tiz: When so reqaetetselect workjiof. Art.wi' eMu-

i 'STAGE, OFFICH.Pieohta J. tIMP.,9N: Sheriffand Tax Collector, o.c. Extensive drainage.of Swamps, or compensationfrom their

; 'Offic!.1111 Mail SIll I'. riJicr'. City jan.3. 1852. gar Plantations.Boildincr FREE GALLERY 210 CHESNUT STREET

Levees around 'or those persons in the country who may live remote
I 'I Tax Cs.LkciorsSaZe. Opening: Channel way and from Galleries or public ex&ibiiions of ths-
CHURCHES.Citfiolit .. lipy: virtue of the power vested in m. by law I mouthofRlmssndllaxbors.- I' Floe An*.
R.", .,. CAurcA. North...bide MonumcnHittl. JILP shall expose for sale before the 'Court lions* Making Canals through Swamps, L
$1 tqaare. door at Mellonville on the first Monday of July next ground.y Subscription of fJ\-lntHrwp. 3. .JiI<| be Jia4f.
Elt",,, Cktrei. South side Monument square. f the following described tracts of land or so much Deepening water around Wharres u early u praetica'tie, ..> a.ta; eutitl members,of .

Jretlvttri; CAttreA. Oa St. George street, thereof aa will pay the taxes due thereon the State Keeping open channel way through : early namVrs of the "a,p:1er." whic will be Lr"
I .ftJSuth'of Jh quare. *- X : t., J.. fl ; j Florida and County of Orange to wit : Yen; removing Raft or sonkn wuded.upon the receipt of the money, to
Mttladiet Episcopal CkrtSt.. George street, !J Nine Truths of 41,000 acres of land granted to Roots of Trees.tc. I 01. the country part

str the Magnolia! houseTF.RISOF I Joseph Deletpin opposite Mcnat Island; Indian To peJlOns desirous of improving The Honorary Secretaries will gin recebt for
I IH River,doubled taxed from the year 1845 to and in- drainage this machin can be be subscription*,or remittances may be made to

COURT, EASTERN CiRCUIT clud.ng 1851' I only dna adapted to all the purpose GEORGE W. DEWEY
: : OF FLORIDA_ Unless! taxes and expenses are paid before -d.t oltalc. To those who are building or Corretpvndixg SecreLnN

sntnra rcftx. J. SIMPSON Sheriff and drains it, will be found of immense 310 Chesnut Street Philadelphia.
Jan. 3d. 1852 Tax Collector o c.
the Canal,andat the -
for the Cuinties of Orange and St. Lucie at Melon deepen same -
.worm-, the lint Taesd&r in April and on the bankment or levee. FftIIlI .B plles. '
-third Tuesday before the Lilt .Monday itcr NOTem. Tax CQUextor*'Sal". This machine is'nsed with either JUST received per chr. Mary Ana from

n*ach and every year. TcpY> virtot of tb* power'vested in me bylaw I.haUupo power which can be Increased to aa \ the follocning articles. Y a :

For th? county Putnam, at Pilatka tecond Tbu.sy __p ef.-rAle before the Court Ifoas They are ,now ia successful opera I Crackers, Butter Lnrd, Hams Bacon.Cheese.
-fcr the cco', of Marion,at Ocala, fourth :Monday he following described tracts of land or so mue olinia; Navy Yard, Pensocola; and Coffee, Ihans, Spices 8oap Brooms, Hara
': ApaL "reorts' will pay the talks due thereon'the 8iatt tween GalTeston and San Look. Corn, Oats Brand Porter Ale, Brandy
For of Florida and of for the 1851 By application. to J, S. SECOR, Wine. Lemons
the eovitlesofAlachua aad Levy at New. County Orange year at Mobile for the State of Oranges, Cocoa nab,Aknoods,
*>;.t .unlle fir.'\ Monday ia Map.I [ to wit : drawing of the machine be Raisins,Tamarind, &c. g. E. CARR-
For the Cous'y of Colcmbis, al Albgator, on the 144 acres, of Innd being part of a tract of the can seen -i-
I u to cost,dcJnIy12th1851, ; is
uco d Monday of May.FortheczntofNas..u. 520 acres the estate ut Antonia Ponce North NOTICE berebgiyj, to all persons hav
I against the Estate .f FernasdaFalany
at Nassau C. II.,on the Smyrna Barr, doubled taxed. .
Wednesdiy!Rftre the fourth Monday lIa,. (GILBERT& : sear deceased, enher a*-Zegate, Crtdi-
"Forthe' anry of Dnval, at Jacksonville< on'the I AI o'. 232 acres of land: on she East side of NOTICE. tot's or otherwise that they are required to prwnt

fdorth Monde v tf Slay. Lake George.supposed lp belong' to Domingo IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all the same withia two yean Cram the date hereof

For the Cuaty of St. John, at St. AnguciaeoathesecosdMcadayin Acostn, in section 38, tourusbip 13, range 27, Legatee. & others interested or inch ekdma will forever he barred.
June I double taxed. Henry Klonne late of dt. John JOHN CAPO. Afoiaistntor.
r&LLTU.I that on the expiration six Aagwtiae JFeb 7th155. .a.u
4 .For the counties of Orange and St. Lucia, Tuesday Also 169 7-100 acres of land on the east hereof I will apply t. the Court of ,
bt fore the 6nt JlDodav of November side of Lake George in section'47 and 38, supposed County of St. Johns aforesaid, fora g elar.: JOSEPH HENRY DOW .tJldarziq

k _. 'ForthrT6Cntv"ofPotnam, at Pilstka, the second I to bclnop to the cs>atc ot Richard of myaccounts with said Estate, ; choice articles of Groceries. Ham*; Baeoa.
'. doubled taxed.u administrator Shoulders, Batter. Cheese LanT.Flo nBdLkws *t.
Tuesday tetore the first Monday.November. Wcightman ; .r > thereof: I;
I :* "F the county of St. Jokn'. on the fir< Monday -" J S15IPSON. Sheriff and ff : FRANCIS Rye Flow. Cn-ken* Rabin,'Sirir., CofFee, Spices. -

t UNovembrr, ,-' '" Jan f 3J, 1852 .{, 1 'T x Collector,o.c. St. Angnstine, Fetmary 21st '* Tobacco.,..*&c. t
)r.rda't7 )t \ CARR.
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