The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
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lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00083

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tf .. THE ANCIENT' CITY MASSACRE OP 1. HR' CREWS OF TWO ENGLISH -);their own pleasure, as they had sent the captain I A stone building recently erected by Nelson I cournee. His eyes sparkledhe filled his goblet!

"" rl fUKtlSBSP> WEEKLY: SHIPS. : and the officers to the other world, The Williamson was also blown: down. Mrs. W. with ihe best wine and offered to Jack, who
SATURDAY Advices were received at Lloyd's, March ;Portuguese was sent to assist in clearing the was in bed at the time sick, and strange to emptied it at once. Tom the Rhymer now t
EVERY 17th, communiculing the details of two most cabin, when be discovered the bodies of Mr.; say,was only slightly injured,notwithstandingft. razed hi* hand and led him ,to a board,,on '

Lp iJY frightful eYtnt&.h sea,-lhe massacre of the ;Lawaon. tbe. carpenter, otficrrvvho! ; withdead. I number.of' stones.of considerable sizs/wnru- which lay a bunting born,,and a swor& ill.i] ..... .. .
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, ..tat; 'tvtsTi: a0cxxtt-: will be inserted' .t 'Oni ships'Vicfpry, oT London ; and Herald, ) n. Lawson, the wife of t e-cap-ratD: unfortunate'case, as Mr. Williamson left a few 1 a reaft I that array c notes .. .,

Do'iiis of IS lines or under, for the first of Leith ''was seen near the corpse of her husband I weeks since for California.r with tUC6,"Mid Tom to him, "Choose one of <
5 per square for etch .ubte- f The Victory was the property of .crying bitterly The villains then attached THE Caors.-It i h said that the crops In the two things either blow into the born, or
tuition, end SsnurrT-Frnc Cook & Wilson,; shipowners, of &:Mesr'.1 heavy weights to the legs of the bodies, and, western part ot tbe State never looked better. draw" the sword from its sheath ; do as thy
I 4 ea) ia1 trtlon. A deduction will be made lor notices Bermondsey., She was a bark, of tnkiug them on deck, threw them overboard Many planters have got through scraping their I heart wishes, as thy understanding advises, .

. te5r *d for fiz months.IX burden, commanded by Mr. William Lennox ,The poor mate had not breathed his last' cotton, and some have corn two feet high. but know, that thou JecIJrst between power .i
) AH advertisements! must be paid for before Mullius; and baying sailed to some Chinese when brought on d :ck,unJ he was heard to Vegetables are abundant. and death. If thou choose well thou art sovereign

" ertiononlet bf a regular customer. By refer port was chartered to convey Coolies to Gal- say,"Good God! One of bo Manillamen, a The Brazos plantations have been gatheringa of the islands ; if thou err, death is

I terms, the requisite sum rosy be steer* lao. It appears( that on the 6th of December, gunner, then took the command, and appointed bale of cotton per acre, at the first pickirigi thy lot."
ting to oar with the sdrertisemenl.Q she suited 'from Cumsmgmoon with upwards two of bis companions as first and second but since the heavy ruins the yield has been Jack reflected for a moment, and then
t UisedscQ transmitted of 30 I Coolies on board and a general cargo. officers. much lcs+. The sugar crop i U this year very blow vigorously into the horn. :The walls of
> Advertisements$ not marked :with the number On the afternoon) of 'tie 10th, between three In the course of five or six days the wretches fine. Colton and sugar will. be much earlier the hall trembled, the knights awoke,' sprungon

" of insertions required, will be continued.: until and tour o'clock, )the Coolies made a rush into recommenced the slaughter. The steward, to market than usual. their horses and swung their swords a-

forbid,and charged; for. the cabin, and with little difficulty po e: yedthet'nselvcs :tbe cook, and the Portuguese, were tied up, HO&XIBLE DEATH.-An old man named Lowe round. But Tom the Rhymer with a strong
'Notice ts> Debtors and Creditors, : $7 00Applicetiot & of the;ship's arms. The slaughterthen and told that their last hour had arrived. The was thrown, from his carriage in New Year's hand, seized poor Jack, ana thundered in his }

for Letters of Administration, 5 00 commenced At that moment Mr. Mule| steward, it would: seem, made an appeal to deck bottom the 12th ult.,and being help- ears :
tins \\'Dlkingthe.poov; and, in order that them tor mercy, when the fellow who acted as less from the effects ot rheumatism, remained "Fool bow dared thou blow in the hornr
will be Inserted
CT All religions* notices gretuitotalf. be should have an opportunity of defeating chief mate split open his head with a hatchet, there until the creek, which was rising at thu Dod awake the hidden powers of the night,,

/\ their object, a party of them was sent to seize and, to render his death more certain, ran a time, had.sufficiently overflowed tbe bottom to without first having armed thyself with the I t
I J CT Alt bills for Job Printing: must be paid on him. One of the'crew a brave fellow cf tbe long knife through his body. The Portuguese drown him. I' sword t"Jack I :.

. the delivery of the work. name of Henry \Vull; seeing the dcfenculesi and the cook, who was a native o \the coast, Faosr.-The Houston Telegraph says: lost his senses. On the subs uE"nt.'j\ ,

,CT All letters on business,and communications, position of tbe master, made towards him and contrived to move the wretches to spare them, Thu frost on {rho night of the 19th ult. nearly mornintr he wax found ,J
to receive attention.An endeavored to protect him. The !effort, bow- and they were eventually rcleased.but enjoined destroyed the cotton on many of the plantations zing-
most be row rim ever, quickly ended in his lite being taken. to keep the greatest secrecy. Ou that day it near Richmond. The corn is also cut off ly talking of Tom the Rhymer, nnd his black f

Several of the wretches rushed at him with was resolved to leave and scuttle the ..hip.The .-> in many sections. steeds. The friends of tbe horse dealer thoughthis

Ordinance ranking provision merciles fury, and having dispatched! him boats wero got rudy, and Mrs. Lnwvon tale fully explained by the whisky he had .
eno expense of the City of threw tbe mutilated body overboard. Mr. hearing of their contemplated abandonment I. From Tale and Traditions of Hungary. : drunk in Fort William ; but a German professor -

t. Aucn"tlno for the fear 159. Mullins got up into the mizen ri ging.' He appealed to the Manillaman who had the command TOM THE RHYMER.On ,who at that time happened to travel in 1 i

l.ordained *f tke Mayor end Aldermen el was followed by one of them, aimed with autlass to take her asbpre, and not to leave her a sultry evening in the summer of 'I the Highlands, and heard the story told by I;
tit City of St. Augtatiae, in Council Atiemlled. : and eventually! the roaster slid down behind. The villain unheeded all her entreaties 1848Jack the horse-dealer returned from the I Jack himself; was thoroughly convinced that I II

That tar the purpose of wiring supplies for the rest one of the topmast buck stays. The moment however, and stated that his companionswould market of t'ortVllhnm.. He bad sold all but I Tom the Rlnmer' has intended to give a lesson t t
one thousand ri;tu hundred and fifty-two.and the following he had reached the deck, n number of the in- not permit him; to do so. She then implored one of his horses, a black steed, which he to the Germans ; and that he nvant for i
Taxes shall be assessed, levied collected tunas d Cwolits begun curl i gat him with their them to allow her a spar to cling to,but now rode, after having emptied with his customers : them what he had said to Jack : "Fools, how

that is able to say bodied: slave to residents cutla: scii, and beating him with heavy iron this was denied. Indeed, sj determined were many a glass of whisky on the conclusion dared you to blow I ho horn belore you have "
\\ On every ld City between the of fifteen and bolts, and finding'that they had accomplished the villains that she should have no chance of of a good bargain. unsheathed the sword I"
within aeJ ages
his death they dropped his remains overboard. saving herself, that before they1 deserted the
\ five Twelve and half Cents.a It was dark before he had passed the Ben
fif\ a
, \ every years slave! belonging, to a nonresident of this Resistance was uses. ss. Mr. Fagg the ship they secured the unfortionute lady in one Novis ; nevertheless, as he was well acquainted FROM THE Rio GRASDE.-The Rio Bravo
f i grate for hire service, Ten Dollar chief mate, had gone aloft on the forc-.opsaiU ot the c.:bins, where she would have: no chance with the road, he pursued it without fear. gives the following particulars' of the arrest of '

r. On every able bodied Free person bicolor, male yard,looking out for land, but the second mate, escaping. About 10 o'clock at night, they, But when an uncertain moonlight for a moment Gen. Cnrvnja1iGen. ;
\ ,IT female between the ages of fifteen and fiftyfire"Wars amen Aranso, and the cook ,Edwnrd Bailey, with the Portuguese, cook, and Manilla boy, pierced the clouds, he thought he perceived Carvajal! having business in Browes- ,
I TIM Dollar encountered tho. Cool es somewhere. in the quitted the vessel in one of the large boats, that he had mistaken'hi.. wj>y. The: ville. arrived here i esterdny morning, on the .
On every two wheel pleasare carriage drawn by forcpurt of the fchip, and were murdered by und shortly afterwards she was seen to foun- path unexpectedly went up a very sleep hill Cuma: .:che. On his war down he was arrest :

'I, a ODe horse One Dollar. them. Believing.'that: they bad overcome all der. Early on the following morning the boat and Icd to the side of rocks quite unknown ed by a company ot United Stales troops, under j
On every four wheel Carriage drawn by one horse,, probable resistance, they espied Mr. Fagg,and reached Java ; tbe murderers landed at &ji- to him. No doubt :Jack strongly had p rta- Lieutenant Gibbons. Immediately on his
e 3sH ars. beckoned him tojcouto down. He did so, and tanking but the authorities hearing of tho hor- .ken of the'Scotch whiskey at the market but arrival, bail, to a hundred limes the amount _
I, Wr'WbrdEarrie iawo..br."o' .hoe. _time of Uu%Coolies! who4 !UI1akeD.IL1tac.Ij'r, rible occurreucctno time was.lost in arresting now he at' once got sober. demanded, was offered, and although Mr.Com:
.rs. four Dollcri. part in the massacre led him to the wheel, th'em. and being& secured; they were sent unto "To his great satisfaction he caught sight ofa miuioner,Cummings demanded two thousand ,
On every hone kept for hire and other horses not and by signs directed him to steer lor the land, .Batovia .to await the ope alien of the law.. human shape preceding him at fifty dollars! mare lhatr JuJ;Watrous. did in like < :

kept 2.principally Be: it further tor labor ordained Fifty, Cents For every, License on paiii of being 'put to death if he disobeyed.The The Portuguese seaman, tbe cook and boy, paces: At first ho conceived it to hardly be a Highland cases, the bail was instantly entered and Carvai.il f
have also been secured in order thu I I was triumphantly discharged. ,
mate for Point to give
sod Cart Dray, Wsg- shaped a course Knmbnjn, shepherd, and lh retore briskly rode
hire or keep every up
it any und the low of the fellows necessary evidence against them.A I II The General coma nccompanieJ on his
con or Carriage of either Description lor the purpose on reaching const a i to meet the man, and was just going to request -
v fjr carrying or transporting for hire or rewar Goods put duo the :an Jtbut rportLts it uninhabited I third vessel was likely to have had a similar him to show the way, when approaching visit to this place, by Brevet Lieut. Col. A. U.
- Waresor Merchandise or any other property from they returned on board. They'' then endeavored tragedy on board. The Carc era, Ur. Paterson more closely he discerned that hu was no Gonzales, his aid and military secretary;
the ofSatDoUart beat the Cochin China commander, manned by a Javanese crew. Colonel Joso M. Cabasas, formerly in com
out place to another within this city st rate to up coast to shepherd. The stranger had a long silver
per .*.*... but that being difficult, they bore away for was proceeding from Macassar to Shanghai beard, and wore black garments cut in Ihe mand ot the Reposa Squadron; and Major A. .
$3. Be further on bu4. That sections, two, Pull Ubi, where the ship was ultimately: when the men revolted. The second mute was Highland fashion ; he mot the looks of our N. Norton, of tbe Commissary department. j
three,four, six, seven.and eight, of the Ordinance brought to an anchor. During this cruising murdered, but the other officers succeeded in horse-doaler with so dignified a glance th u Col. Ctibasos, (whose grandfather was executed i
making provision for the eipences, and for paring they look ev.ry precaution of avoiding deie. overpowering rascals, and the ship was got Jack could scarcely find courage enough to by the Spanish: Government in 1817, for ,,

the debts of the City of:3t. Augustine, passed the tion. Obtaining the ship's papers und the log into tivjiigkong. accost him. But thu old man relieved his embarrassment .espousing the patriot cause,) with Don Ignacio
third day of March IM9, and also sections, two, book, they tore them up, and finding a convenient "- ,.., I by inquiring whether he would Guerra and everul other patriotic gentlemen
three sndfiurof Ordinance making proviJonfortbe I of this frontier who with him
the at
are are
the coast had
place on they FROM sell the black horse he rode
TEXAS. ; price was no J
of the of St. Augustine >as- sent exiles from the Wo trust
expanses City pre same cause.
brought up, they went ashore, carrying. r ff OVERFLOW ASD TOBSADO. Tbe Galveston object, provided he would engage that the
all -
led Ui sixth: day of January 1851. and o'M oredintaces the day is not dis ant when they may return j
wi h considerable amount of
them the
a horse had not while I
cargo. iVrtcsottheSOih a .ngl hair on his'
be :
tad of ordinances, that can applied says with honor
parts to their own country. I ;
la aid of provisions of this Ordinance except They then deserted: the ship, and Mr. Fagg *'Tne overflow of the rivers and creeks h whole body. J

such ss may be inconsistent with this, b* aDd subsequently obtaining some aid, she was said.to be greater throughout, the country than J.ick assured the old Highlander that t h ft
Its same are hereby declared to be in full force. got to >Singapore". in thu latter: part. of J.DU- has.been kno.vn lor many years. We learn steed was black and unstained, and the bargain THE FATE os' A LEARKED MAS.-A hard 1Case. I

PUled in Council, December 6, 1851. from a gentleman just from a long journey in was immediately concluded. The old' .-There is a mm in Boston, nn old man '
s GEO. L. PHILLIPS, Msyor. ary.The Herald, under ih@ command of Mr., the interior, that ti.era is but one bridge over man without further negotiation.paid the price of sixty, who graduated at the University of '

Attest, Lawson, left Shanghai: fur Leith! In tbe course any stream he passed, either large r>r small demanded, mounted the horse, and pointed out Dublin, Ireland; at the age of twenty-two ,
CHAS HAAGER. Clerk of the Ccancil.Li of last October, and in addition to the matter I tsar has not been entirely: carried away. The lo Jock a tool-path, by which he could; leave admitted as a surgeon in the British army. anti ;"

and his wife, there were on board two Europ 'gentleman who gives us this information has the mountains, and gel to the canal. But the in that capacity vmtcd'this country with the ,

,n Ordinance na addition to nnLi an mates, a) steward, carpenter, the cook, a probably traveled Texts more than any mall horse dealer wus not the man to avoid an adventure English;. ; was present at the destruction of the j>

( im. Ordinance rclattnff.to the Po Portugese seaman, 12 Man Ilamen, en I a Manilla in it, during luu last twenty years, and he assures so favorably begun ; he stopped the public buildings at Washington City-has
lice. of the Clly of fit Augustine.Be boy. Soma f< ur or five, da\ I after tbe us that be never before witnessed such stranger and sail- been in India with the British army-has becn-
ordained bar the Mayor and Aldermtn of Herald bad left Shanghai the::crew were put an'inundation, and never before found the "It is not my custom to conclude a dry bargain present during his services as a surgeon, at 4- .
tbCitiofSt.Aitfiutine.Thoi if any(person or the customary allowances. This seemed country impossabl'-. Many streams, not ex- i ;' thou host bought a black horse, now 000 amputation, and fifteen severe battles- '

*personashalt aid commit or CUte to be committed or to upon unnov' the, Man: Ilamen. They began to be cJfdln" tbiry or forty yards from bank to comu to the first public house; let us drink a i was shot twice; p rlurnvd surgical operations t.
; or be concerned in committing any trespass ape diuatistle4and before the vessel had made bank, have now to be ferried over for a din draught I f whisky logethe." on three wounded generals, seven colonels .'
*n any of lot St., garden, grove or plantation within shrub the Angoer they had gone to the captain some lance of five or six miles. The heaviest of the: "I never gel to H publie-hu e," objected twi' 'ntv cal t tins,and o." eleven thousand officers

bery City, plant Augustine, vine or, vegetable or upon any growing fruit tree in, any four or five times, and demanded more, which rains that have thus deluged the country, fell the old man ; "but if thou hast courage, accompany of smaller grade He has dined with two

such lotgarden, grove or plantationor shall be concerned was refused. The alani (amen then appearedto on l'ridalh.' 1. h instant and Mere attended n.e to mv abodo'; there I offer you kings! .one empress, one emperor, the Sultan I
in destroying or carrying away any fruit, have planned a scheme for:the purpose of with a most violent wind, which blew duwn the most excellent wine. But if thou believe a |op- innumerable great Generals, &C. He
I d off the did est that thy courage might sink, then rather has field the largest diamond in his hand
vegetable Of thing of value growing therein: such destroying the wh le of thu. Europeans onboard fences, carr t roofs f houses and
person or persons (if free) shall, on conviction for and in the hope of enlisting the Portuguese other damage. The crops near our streams, return this momcn", for ift"nu jhrink'.t ages kt.own in the world, except one. He has I I
each offence, be subjeetgto a fine not exceeding ten sailor in their ranks, with a view, no and within tile reach of me overflow, have of having overiitepj; my thro,h"ld, thou art a had the British crown in his hand. Has been
dollars and the costs of prosecution: and if n nave, doubt, of more effectually accomplishing their course suffered, but to what extent cannot yet child of death. married three times father to eleven dhildren
he CT she shall be liable 90 whipping not exceeding murderous design, they acquainted him with be ascertained. In other parts of the country Jack had always been a stout b Jxer, and all ol whom he survived. Broken down by

tea stripes, and the like costs : And in every case their project. Iu, order that the Europeans: the crops never look better than at t present., his courage was nol lessened by the whisky disease, he could no longer practice his pr '8sIontou'poor -
ofconviction the offender shall stand committed might adopt means pf defence, the Portuguese The San Antonio Western Texan ot the 18th he had U.std in Fort William. He therefore. to live without employment '
.,"!ill the fine or penalty, and all costs shall have endeavored to persuade them not to resort to ult. says the San Antonio river rose rapidly ino fearlessly followed'hil misterious guide, : too proud to become & pauper, he sailed in an
tern vaikfied tad paid: though he could no longer doubt that this emigrant ship to this three an ,
such violent mean, and offunpd, with a view; lusequence of the heavy rain, and carried: wan country y ago
Be it furtkr.rddaed, That it shall not bs law Tom the Ahvmer the whose aid this man remarkable ad ventures,'classic
apparentr, of pacifying them, to carry the away every thing on its banks. All tbe bridges great poet king !
fat for aft'lI.ttbnt or shop-keeper or other personto and amount name be bad heard mentioned so often by education, muter of four languages 60 years
Europeans off by mixing poiSon in their food. were swept a way, an immense
keep I fore, of gooda,> *
or dispose
1 Sets open merchandise the any Sabbath day or Tbis attemptedalthough in small quan ot damage was done. The San: Antonio has his nurse. of age poor,old and decaying, is now peddling:
,wares or on
not been high in many and it is At. Tom was. riding. along. ;. the. _steep. .declivity ornni9 and apples in the streets of Boston
so -
barter or sell the same,shall on conviction be find tit,. Some. was. mixed with_ the. powdered sugarcane years '
We know know
a what'wetJ""yerily
he touched the rocks stick we
in the sura of ten dollars for every such offence, together which was used: for the coffee, ana of thought by the Ledger that great damage has with his ; they
with the costs prosecuting, the ...me.B which Mr. Lawson and his wife partook. been done along its banks. opened, and a narrow subuirranean path became what we may t.-Butrm Bu. '

,it frrtAersrdained,That it shall not b* lawful They suffered from the effects of the poison, 'The Sulado: was also very high, and caused visible. The Rhymer King well noticed ?
for any per;on by himself servant or scent, to give, but they quickly recovered. considerable damage.be woolen faetoryait- that tbe pulse of.bis companion beat audi- JI"b of the Genilemtn.-1iu man is a'gen-

seller barter,to any slave or slaves any vinous, While this was going on the Portuguese had uated on its Larks was undermined so as to bly, and therefore once more admonishedhim t'eman WilD,. without provocation, would treat S
pultons or intoxicating liquors wi bout an express contrived to inform Mr. Lawson ot the plot tbe cause it to tumble into the water. The loss to to return if he thought that his heart with incivility tbe .humblest of his species.

licence in writing from the person having the con Mtnillamen bud arranged. The.master then the stockholders is heavy "&:&lr.. Hewett & might fall ; but Jock was now. ashamed to I: i in a vulgarity. fur which no accomplishments
.trolofsaid sis ve or slaves, under the penalty of directed the chief officer to mutter them every '(Norton lose over 85,000.On ; I withdraw,and boldly followed is Kuideinla of dress or ad.Jreys can ever atone.

tventy dollars for ash and every offence, with the night, and take, their knives from them. He the 13th ult. disastrous: tornado.swept tbe cavern. A Faint light, resembling the. Show me the man who desires to make every .
.costs; and the informer shall be entitled to the one also directed the officers to always keep thfm over San: Antonio, leveling, in its mud career, j flash of a will-o'-t.ho.wisp, danced before them fine hippy around him, and whose greatest
.r feaif of said penalty : and if the person or personsooSVndioz be to act at the fences and West of on the soil of the cavern ; upon which the U
his elves frmeJ, so,as to ready bouses, sign posts. the solicitude never to give just cause of offence
1 their saM license shall shall be a licensed be revoked.shop keeper, or moment of any sudden attic About the I San Pedro it did considerable, damage. The hoofs of the walls bJark' horse sounded hollow. to anyone,and I will show you a gentleman ?

!''Pite4U CnDeU 1851.E. twenty-fifth day of the voyage, during the bouse of Antonio Navarro was levelled to the Round the bung black caparisons, armor bjr nature and by practice,though be
May 16th. and broad all '
B. 'GOULD,Mayor. whole of which time the European portion of ground. Fortunately be had not retired, and I. claymores, of carefully ancient polIshedyetslill may: never have worn a suit of broadclo'b
Attest, the clew were kept in a state of painful suspense when the blast first struck his dwelling, which bearing traces spotsof nor even heard of a lexicon. I am proud to
In tbe flamed
blood. distance
t. Cil AS. HAAGER.Clerk of the Council. as to the movements of the Manillamen, was ab..VJ, be escaped with all his family,ex fin a hall.In large. say, for tbe honor of our apecics.tnere are men
Angeer was sighted, but there being sufficient cept a daughter,who was asleep.>> He returnedto .chimney hall stood, illuminating a thousand spacious horses- in every throb of whose hear there is a solid-
Ac..Dr. water and provisions on board to last them, as search for her amid the rums,expecting to the nearly a tude for the welfare of mankind and wlo e ,
Tooth Powder I black with black
until reached the Cape find her dead but was agreeably riled to all pence ly caparisons, breath is kindness
Cleveland Tooth Powder, EogUrbl it was thought, thor and at tbe side of steed, stood a knightin every perfumed with
l::1 TotthbrosbesColofa. Water, French <*PCtmj&or ot St. Helena, the Herald was not brought to find that she had escaped unhurt. Tbe postsof black every with sword. Noneof
girded a
:.: Sosp, Honey Seep assorted Perfumes. an anchor, but coDtinuod'the voyage. This the bedstead were broken Otf, DI1 had fallen armor moved all We laughed heartily at the reply said to
the were spellboundin "'
niieeae OU,Bears Oil,toilet Powder,fine SpopcenHkDff. more exasperated the men, and early in the in such a manner as to protect her from the knights ; have been given by a little boy in London,to

lose Water Military Shaving Soap, morning of the anent -sixth, she Portuguese fulling walls.It Jack sleep.could not refrain from reviewing the the following question asked him by a ppnlleman -
, ff3Brashes Clnbbsa his called that the tornado reserved its -"What occupation does father
Roger'sPerfnmtry, Jockey sailor was alarmed by bearing name appears great with the your
steeds a jockey's to oneI
of & WortenbomsCatkry and meeting crossed tbe Sao Anton where eye pursue for a living '" He answered, with
assortment Roger's in a ,loud voice. He ran on deck, est fury until it I I and to find tauit wilh most. The old king
Fancy note and Bath letter Paper, saute of the Manillamen they told him that 1 it 'tore down and unroofed houses of. every description. great simplicity; "!Ie is a dreadful accident mater
I that his devoid ofI
\ gladly saw was not
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T11E"ANCIENT CITY.FCDCBAL Orleans.! Both parties-desire thai 'inej-c 'eiffrtend.hip that the schedule time onhi' mule! be SQ-altered A DOEr- --w A. CALL- R'r>-x.---Mr. Kendall" Brewer"- -baggage-: fro.n--th-t stramer
t t should be cemented by a clo ei'bond ind
but opposed to this harmony of inlcre< as to give a fixed hour for the arrival of from Paris to the New Orleans Pica. among it has since been found th travdli, ....
she mail describes the following scene in a Paris trunk of Rand, containing a year's '
11I there is a cabal in King Kamnhamcha's' cabinet otJacboc.ille. Picolata and Pilalkaon
I j uLoso evident purpose is,10 estrange the the St. Johns Inasmuch S S the inail Bytge : clean liner, and other wearing appirrL 1 .
incident The.Teller and hi comrade
I' A highly ludicrous occurred a few Conversonvers-,
monarch and the natives, from the Americans wero
I .1 and lu subject the,'islands to British > > from those places have fixed hours of since at the Casino Paganini large immediately taken on to B ston by rulvar

1 'I i iI domination.M departure and are intended to connect with room located at the head of a passage via Hartford anal Springhell, anJ"d. (jyerJ
I '.t: CAUTY or EIGHTS ASD 1Etlllnr the Savannah out of the Chaussee d'Antfn and ever to the Eiy &ate authorities who ielj
Bran nan: states, that the King-frank, mail and for the Luther reason
in health is that '
--L-. un> u'r<'ciinr. and debilitated Ihtt entire difficulties of the navigation on
i and miscellaneous: crowd. The or ness, and detained Brewer in custody lo 4wait
I : AUGUSTINE, APRIL 17ihlS3J.. managed him into by tbis"r.tb:1l.measures: uho at' flutter which and his wheedle better this line occur between Savannah and the had just struck up the Galop du Che- the resut of the love Lgntion of the &
:\\ ,r. f.x-lings at firM revolt ; and it is evident even mouth of ihe St. Johns. & Fa. (Railroad Galop,) afifl the merry books bf the bank: ulftccrshI) are at a lOtI

1 Oar InJiaa 'Affairs. 10 a tempory snjourncr in tbs little kingdom The Grand Jury respectfully recommend to bad taken their places, when into the to conjecture the amount of the d-filcstiuo u .

: The InJian rcla'lont of the 'form that with one or tw.i ho, orable exceptions the Court that their presentment upon this sub bolted a donkey snorting and braying present._ :
country the of his powerful lungs, and joining \.
i one of tho mst important top'c*' of Use I'ay entirely, the reckless Cabinet o*is the mercenary real nood, corrupt nn-l permanent and ject may be spread upon the minutes of the the top gallop, went round the large s-ille with GREAT RESULTS rRux 1IALL'BEGIUaG-

nnd lhu that Court and a copy forwarded to tbe Post Mas perfect rush. Never was such a stampede Berthold Sbwanz. iccording to common report
bas Xr.Brannan .
J nny thing a bearing on prosperity of the native ;population. hat in/, in some of his experiment in alchemy
r fcubjcct, must be i iuterc.ing; to, our rcoder; and others complain that the members icr General.nl \ ashington City, and also copies in a ball room. The now affrighted an"sich put into a common mortar a mixture of ..Is,.

f Bnd \tbcrcforo, taL plcnsure in layins of the mission (e' |i.|ciaHy M r. Judd) f to the papers at SL Augustine and Jack.sonvilte scattered in"every direction : petre anl other combustible material accidentally -

.- Kiforc them the subjoined information dcriv d depart frequently frni tl.eir religious: secular duties I fur publication all of which is respect. pittin and up tables stairs, and, JU'such h a a climbing jumping up upon pit- dropped in aspirke, when he 1I"'.,
to interfere in the election. und other '
I from a fjjend in the! irterior-Lc1n extracts public: flairs. fully submitted. .! tip to that moment had never been wit- astonished to see the pestle dy 'l'into tM sir.

".. from letters he has recently' received from Yesterday, April 5ih, an election of Rep- (Signed) F J. QUISCForemnn.. in the Casino Paganini, nor in any Tnis increased incident power furnished of gunpowder two ideas when-thai confine of the

\ rc. 'ntnlh'eol"all toy and probably did takeareatJlonolulti T. J. HcsinicE!, Cleik. ca-ino. The police were struck dumb ,
Tampa and olUrr points in the neighborhood and that of applicability to the propuTstoa .
the the musicians dropp-
u/the Gulf sea oo.1rd'l|and rear the scene of Ulands. There and elsewhere other indications in the Sandwich ota St. Augustine Fla., April 10 1852.I their strange instrumeuts apparition and, fled in terror, while off heavy bodies. These two imple ideas,
a re Gco. R. Fairbanks Clerk of the United carried out into practice, produ ed gunlarjfj,
the negotiations' of the &minooS delegates growing love for n republican form of gov'rnmcnt donkey kept galloping on in bis mid
'I aid and revolutiunosd the
from the West. The hnmes nn.I standing oft as through tue nvmatjcmnl und States District for the Northern' District of Florida careering; i iq circles around the room small entire: -j -

sbms bf the \ :upidity of the Kin A mnistrr' the" burdenof do hereby certify the foregoing lo be a true : the wild screams of the hundreds of mo tern of war. S
ICU'oftbe letters
: {tram :'whlcjj : of Tue vibraliool of the lid o! an iron iea.krt ..... .'
A : .. these]extracts a"reitaL.re iLi knctOl uxntion is '\! 'onbrous/upon. the I co. y ofiprcscntment filed in this Court.' .alj! only.W Jupt upon seeking<|F: 'places* ".. tie gave the lint hint orth pasive JD. >

3DdCITUU3flJ people. SThe Witness my hand nnd>seal of said Court at of steam. The hint followed out through innumerable -
) .
,1 our What could have such an
respect. kin:: and'chi< fp, vrc are told, desire a brought jnruJer ended
rrrnicr I. Augustine April 15 1852.GP.O. a dancing hall, no one could imagine; but experiment finally intee
chnngr, but dare not oppose tic: little! clique ,modejn steam engine which is fast revolutionizing .
r:: C4GeD; DI.akcrics: 10 mr>. tblt his prqect,. of \\lute men who are the real rulers of the [ R. FAIRBANKS, Clerk. :, was pflerwards ascertained the donkey tbe moot of botn land and water carrK
islands Thcc denounce what been left by his maser standing before
men openly
are good thai of the haveS .
some tletrgatiui
they term "the dantrerou tendency to republican LOOKC GLASSES FOR BISDS.-A door in Cinussee d'Aitin and that struck age.
correspondent idea of modem
The first and
Leen OJt and received and Hint our -
I : were kindly '.imn ut Honolulu, and say it ought to be of the (Gardener', Chronicle says: one of the carriages continually passing it is Rlea otrne fro.n ciiao
P. the Indians came in ,and np;'e; r to be 0111=ocd ..upprt's 'd. ..'te ministers arcaccused of sa.crilicing "The following plan is perfectly efficacious h that noted thoroughfare, and fritht- a Newra very simple tie -' Tne occured a
near England.
terms with tile d'! g ilion.h t..'c\cb thr the Gover;.meni properly for searching birds from fruit and other pro- by the rattling of others, he had udden- rails of timber
to some one "laving( exactly \
,- EXTCACT 2. :u.L! their touifall! is demanded by the duce O..e of my servants having broken a started (Jff''nt the top of his speed. The straight and parallel; and bulky carts were
it occurred that the broken he ran, as is always the ca e. the more ,
p'-oplc. looking glusi, to me
"Gen. Blake, )has sent word ( Fort S made with four rollers fining tbosc nib,
up torn he became and in his flight, see
-- "J'hctc ;,slim: with, a climate unsurpassed in pieces suspended by a airing, no as to turn the carriage made easy that
I :Mfers, that IT; lusihc: m .st (liltcrmx hones 1 t'Wf- !'tf- mill uith u soil uhien- could- 'I freely in every infection, would give the np. the passage leading to the Casino he one whereby horse would draw was four or five so chaUrua* .u

; of having the Indhns on their xv.iv wesian! ply California I with pugurcoffee tObaCCO,and pcarnnce somcibing moving about which into it fur refuge. But poor refuge of coa!."'

, : by O'SJoc'ri next-.-'.!o motg 1 it Ul"" / ".II the products .,! the tropic, ure now look- i wjmld alarm the bird,. I accordingly tried ho find; for he now had to run a gaunt Ttus coal was conveyed from the mines to
r k intr to IV.T, Mr.! H'nnnan states for that aid the rbn,"'111 found that no bird not even the ol at least fifty coachmen, nl..ay.talion.- bank tbe This mode
the was
CXTSACT 3. ot river Tyne.
which s.mHv cutler to make them of them dares on the look-out for cuitunrrs, who,yelling
none can most fool-hardy come near,
S in 676 how much earlier, nut
. 1 k From Furl MtaSet April 3J. n reliubic entire!}* independent of the; Brii i t 1 Ttiey had attacked my peas; on suspending cracking their whips at him, father in in knowu practice to us, probably; to no one; for, though is

" "Toll yo'ir Florida Folks they ned :not her ish, toernmrntatid Itt liberty to join their few bus ot the looking glas amongst them his terror and his pace. idea it I iky most other iJea i
a ieat was treat ,
,, S f rbr.ncd I for the Fi on tier. Cnpt. GraPntiV.. dcfitiy should! It cj t.c fit, to that of Califurnii :: the marauders left the place. The tomtits att4lc The saloon is on the first floor and wihou! thought of little accuunt at the Line of its ori
nnil i ho Union.. ,-d scckle to which to procure a ticket, of admission, but
: they
; ,
my pears
; i$ already! at 1h/Kisilnee.nhIJ thU gin. Lke: Co'umbul'smethod', of nvkiag aa
.company I I \\ C narnf'Iln swindled! so I IP. partial. A bit of looki-ig glass suspended n; over the'astonbhed door-keeper in
nnny persons
: bolt lino will' b.t thorou' )hlv very ,I brute made hu t'gi! stand on the bi* end by janin,.; it so as to
protect. with s'uri'"iis| '*'ihruvgh lickeU to California in front of the ttec put a slop to the mis I headlong career. the poor break the yolk, it was tbou,nuo be too sira-'"
How far the GeucrnPtf pleiihing atiticipation. alle::eicihnl thec. inpluins, ngainsl him chief. II> g ajK-s were then much damaged : among the dancers as already'men- deserve Nevenbeless out
pie to praise.
_, nrc lo tc realiz".Imu..t: \rcccsi!)% nre to t-Mor1 Had ma::. lie lit a slipperylomtr 'US- I I dote they wee ripe by (brushes ,anJ star.i ; (' ""solitary! and alone he set the ball in of this simple any idea prang one hundred and

S. t "Ift'time nnd tliar.cc, determine**-tic! quiet : -u u&tvc(4 Baltimore. i i lines 3 piece! of looking glass drove th i .) and- commotion- ,-too- --wibout- stop-, tifty years afterward the modern railway.
U to -lect a he joined in the grand
; axvar.una o.t" WiJltoUf'I1 partner
removal ofthe, red man from our .S'ate.i.scer-i I IIn grapti ; distanced h hid been noticed by ciin.euts, that 4.ama
<< and s'rde which
i I had bcJore lid in panbutaevcr! (. at a soon
,, l.uulya cbnsuinalion, << dcvot tly to I t.c wi. '...|.',]," [ Ihe United Slates District Court, any so effectual as the my above." :: on the track. After half a Joz"n c.a small 0 roOt diameter.be made In lo the pass hir.through Js of :Sir Humphrey a tube of
round the saloon and lo mus c of his
: ,
tin every account anti no friend to Flori-f' "APRIL! TERM 1802, \ Davy, this fict rew into the miner's aicty
'. he
Mvsic OF THE SEAS. A correspondent of \ composition and performance, finally
can t nl"d'lIIirufor Gen. B. and !lh : which has saved the live ot tho 4S4I.cI
purpecdy ) Tcr=:c. ;-i orcn Dist. of Floridiu Journal of Commerce, noticing an article : or tired bimrclf down came: to his amp, .
*- and perfect success In their present' The h Grand Jurors of I he United Slates in.i the New bury port! Herald in relation to mu i iI '' and quic ly commenced a survey of I Tue ongnct bad btx-tt tor ce.uiurie.-i a _pI",
last br.ialie
under lI its nnJ we cun.esIy! ho -c, n. I being heard in t e sea o1l'the coast of Chili premises. ting EuruiJe.1 its properly
aid for Ihe Northern District of Florida, do suspend', ol ukmg a Nurt.i and south
: iy
I solution.In 1'rom this he is aid to have been th
thwarlin neasureotj th<' put of our 6tati- '. sny: I think the cause very easy of out .
not fccl at libcr'y lo close their labors nt'lhepn'scnt iiori was noticed, and pplK-d tu n YllCa.ti
: bo the umm r of 1845, I remember being of the tvening, the female portion of the
uulhoritJci.mny; interpose term of the Court without ,, in around him and :>n. Ton resulted in lie iltacuverr of Amer- j
.... expressing: St. JuvphV, Florida,' nd our usual walk : particular pressing ,
:-, new !'Vbrk Carrc :ouIcicc. their opinion us to the: condition of the Mail tea was upon the wharf, reaching one.third : him plentifully! cakes and other ia. r
I'I a mile into the bav,. to imbsilc the \Vhcn the ba.l as over, ho vva* >enr The power of the !tlira'lf rays to di color ref- i
NEW You*. April 6, 1852 service between the city Savannah nnd the "
lain jut, latice, had lung bucu known. Iu thsJ
sn breezff anil 'listen ;o the muaic. Th: the commissary ot the police !o the public
List night was the! most extraordinary out, Si. Johns River, in this Dstrict In the hope ,J music was created by numbers of the .) r and thus ended the Join's of a donkey h.tnJs n|' Da ucrre. this ;;real (act grtw into

S ,of this highly remarkable sc.isin.fire!) that ihe Post Office Department ot" the Uni- :'. ('It the S">uh: ) drun-ti..h. in tlHr feeding : n dancing saloon. The adventure of th.- rr.O'l Icai'UtuI and juried u :.Lol ot taking

,\\ilbin luc memory! of man, line there OCCUI red tcJ.8l :ts, only require to be informed of the :1 ditions about the(piles oi the extensive ('! brnte.J lull in the china sl-o; we'cas no- mitii uures. .

t a storm, more bois'.erou nml incleiii*'nt. I, glaring irrcgularitim; nf this service in order and the soun-l*cluld" be liuarJ quie: consider1 =, his in eumpnisun-thlt to breaking animal plates nmply conj .Foot ieeumpli! Volias, _what:impe a! pile trideye',to Morsv th-s .t.iu zn, gactic i*'
able dteliiice. j operations cups
: : .. Knowid'nnd hailed alternately, but in Ihe wild] I.) induce thum to take the 'cessiry and I)I I|I saucers but the l.r p of the Casino 1'.gt. nfy! the carrying out lob ) pr c c. uf ceriam,

S& music of the storin-tt ind Hurovldi.n" then proper steps to correct them. The mJilliue I, An / .er Retoulitnary Soldier Cone.fhave .-\ .m'r':I I I for a space broke up a ball. '*' very. simple pru,',rtics ofgalvanism: and inag :-

r were no "varintions.ws... Grea guns could! inr between; the city of Savannah and Itic St. :, been informed that Mr. J. Bshup, ,, net m.'do .'
I we might on to cnu nurnte tic; instaaces
I I; have stood it unmoved, but would have l-cen Johns River i is the! great artery (,f. communication kn';w.i a* one ol he lai-l remaning: '. 1 THE SUFFOLK DANK DEFALCATJOX.The _in which a vi-rv go (iiup' id<.a *.us, coded lit, .
j 'of tl.e Revoluti, died in his 89l'i year X. w Yoik Tiroes hrs U.e following
blown from their equilibrium. Chimney lop* between all that orion of Florida mighty! results.-Oiioi. /i r. l
: j H'liutuT I list. at hiic idei.ie, near &' icu! rs r>pcct ing :his afoir and tLcar-
hook fcwinX'Stgns whirled like children's rat tfnou'n aj East Floiid.t! and the rciJu of ,
< ? thp :I Chester! Dis'rict, after a sh'rt illness of (. t ol one oi t: ,tles, trecs toppled over, H-m'grant' block! *," die United Slates ; aiul in}' interruptions or ir-' ,|Jthre f'aysHe a .n!, unJ r the weight it Ii Dank in Bosl The ofT.-nsivc: and vul nr practice of street
I I Defalcation n.--lr-
I cry is thus coium-'u cd ou ia New "ork:
handiwoik: of New York ninsnns, threalenu rcgulariit8 in the scrv.ce. cause a total de pressure of y,.arsi.in np i Jd sign, but, of orti of Defaulters Li L'i's! City-O cot smoking Mirror.

!, I I to cave in, or ou!, to the gtcat nlarm of theii rangement. lh<; whole: commercial and cdi- i Utined his bodily the and mentil faculties' sou extraordinary arrests that has hen Smoking in the street ban offence against t,
and vigorus to last of his life. For. .
I numerous tenants. Vast damage must 'hate cr' business of East Florid i, frequently in- J I I last few years he his: been iay wth: us as : !:: ., .. in hs:: vicinity fjr i: any yi'ar!', wu ef- propriety, the frequency ut which in ibtscity

been done to,the shipping. Alack bribe poor vnlvirg sciiuui loss to the inhabitants. Un- I I tho solo r.pies -ntatne of the heroic Jtru 21 :1;1,: d fin Wednesday last by otficer William is unaccountable. What muM a IIMII be think

: mariner How the seamen on our i inclement der thesecircumsfincc& the (irjml Jury feel :,,lor the Revolutionary war nnd nppeard Stephens of the Lower Police Court and ing ot who whilf. ttiesmoXe f om Lis mouth
Robert W. Bowyer, of the Chief's or- bchin I
I into the face ot ladies an I
.coast must hate fufiVrcd ululc! \u xvere that they have a i to that this one of auoM.e. age and distinct generation. !' '
I wr.r'J.! lipht eXI/"et service \YinnsLoro ? The officers were iu ompnny with him, for a half milu rVuuld it be good map
t" in our tSI8: t This inomingevery thing were should be conducted: with some regularity Remitter. I'I Bliss of Norwich, Connecticut: and nets to carry a pan of burning sulphur aluagB !

I .' n January took, and The streets only n dry or and regard fur tlieir; mtere-U ; but &o far WATER MSLOS BUTTER A corr > city in se r h ef u Southern Fugitive, & waJ't W..uU .1 bt thought end rabia

:, two since' fall uf dust, we re roitrrd with a from this; being; the cae, it is n riou5ly true of the Prarie F.rmer, presents the :;,, in they be ant'cipa'ed: would sail for Eu- for one lo shake from bis ba>kct a cloth! *t
method of melon. "I .pe ( steamship Asia at 12 o'clock tnat ashes or charco.il dust, lo over thn#>
using water ( : sweep
- 5' I:>yer of snoxv three inchfs dn p. Truly, tin that one of the hvu boat) of which this lineis every year to rai-w a good watermelon pttch.They I i ).. Tuey separated and searched; for the lu the winJwsrd 2 'Wuai right then has say

, ; ; has been u terrible winter, for the de.. iutr.: composed, the Wm. Gason! i is: totally unfit ore a heult'iy and delightful fruit, I &lu11 whom they were alter and aban. mui to discharge obacco smoke along the

While 1 am receiving fruiu uoiking: man for the service, and Ihe mil: conrartors! hove ,hint. I culuva e the ice rind variety ; I all idea of finding h.m: they wen crowded strtei T Besides, it u not a vulgar!
I all, May and towards close to return to the city. when one of them act fur other easous 'lVby take this refre nmcni -
k in California intelligence nol al, fuvourable no expcciation: of delivering the mil carried Ct>rly in again the

10 emigration tuber, I see hem in NLv41k by her within the limes: limited b their: schedule. the month, so that they may come in 8u : .'t'd a genteel looking young man has- in the street mote than any olbctl Why
; toward the vessel with
sion. When they commence ripening we a eirpet big not smoke, as well us e-.atal hoiiw; IVb) out
" daily,' new rnterprsies! lo 't1('\cl"l! pe ':hc im- The boat !hen: :,: nlvvnys, r>r nenjly so mince e-'iiirg, and-use them freely during; one hand,and several: packages in the ot h. eat your candy und your fruits'm the crowd T

: mcnsc,rt' &Jurc's ot t that iiuriffiofis% ctinnlry ;, behind the time, at ihe tarious points of con- hoi weather. When the weather becomes Suspecting tome'.bing wro-.g they re. Vastly more grateful to others would ibis DC

& j und to tiiabliftli its ntrnerciul j pc |)crity oiu nf'C t.!:onoa the ."!. J.ibns! (River, nnd arriving in September, we haul a quantity of them ) h watch closely! nnd mike inquiries than the sucking of your sgar. Let loose

(- sure and it-liable Lr..it.. \ alter the stages connect;invuli her at those I the hue" split them open with a the person was,and what bh cap 't bag who wish for tufJaccunut&: enjoy ih-il" winch
the into Upon following him down the has not through another man' mout&I .
-'. of Ben pe' out pulps a cullender, passed
Comparatiu-iy "-tikingn, n large Mount points have been i-ompellod by their schedule! he
; ( strain th- water into vessets. We boil it was seen to meet a man of genteel :31 them select their own ne urs. They have
.- S muney cupitttl Ins rot; l bet n iippli'd! for this to.depart, thus reducing what was incuej nn iron vessel down to syrup then put near the ging plank, to whom hebanded a choice among flavors. -

:. purpose, but now tl.a: tl.c Jut raid by ;tin: bea omi-wtvkSy! mill'on weekly oc to all apples or peaches, like rmking app'e the carpel bag and after whispering -
nml boil well for a few seconds, slip- of wring pa- YUCEGAR rso2i BEX >.-Uuu l viuegar is aa
rowd ol labourersvlo rthhed thither! j is elenr: intents! and purpos Nor is tiivro: niiy excuse slowly, unillhe fruit M cookc.
.|, then to tate and have per parsed between thmhurrkdanj they almost indnpensible article in every l mill,
lug 0"'DP,o\lt'r! slower! ami riebcr m.'n are taking for thesn failure-, thn sehedulu! time between : upice most of will YOU prefer to som'thinthtit then look leave of ench other. T.iese ac many of which purch.we it at a cousidcraUeantiu.t

shrewder! ami$ purer views Cal' ":hc I y of A'dvannnh nnd 1tC'SI. Johns River is abundantly butter: or an v kind people of pre eF\e*. Or oppie [ being apparently performed under atate expense; 'while: Home use but a very I

the hnd, ," arI, :.ot with tIc I J'vlc of f a nu're sufficient and :.n)" good bait; could! exCfpt syrup may be boiled without fruit down of excitement and righvhey were scru- indifferent article, and others, for "ant of*

.f.Mravaganl.profit limit :5 |>cr ('CII'.1I.e' preparing in use Very roughest wtr.ither make her molasses, which will be found to be as with great care by th > officers, who little knowledge and less sndustry.go without.

1 lotintesl: largely ut.all the lItJltr| : nci's nc.cessary :lime uuh si'\\inl ln.urs to rlre.| AH n factillustrating ns the h.'st sugar house molasses. Wo became convinced tint their suspi It is un easy matter,.however lu beat all limes. .
ma4leGfrt fall .. nvjch of were correct, and Mr Bowyer nrr*- supplied with good vinegar, and thai too without
10 cletalo Cnlfornin to ftc ...hion : tin 1m I n as ten gallons '
p ; per feet in-i .f this! 00"11.the the latter and Mr. busbelof !
much Tlie of
S Apple( butter, if I may KO call it, and person Stephens se expense. juice t-ne .
not only of the mest productiic fciftc in the Grand Jury would remark that on 'the very which has kept until May in a fine condition. the bearer of the supposed treasure sugar beets, worth twenty five cenU, a d '

1 ; 'or1d..but the rt'ost t.mnlerd"llll( |
I: I At the Irving II ousc :yetcrday, I euuvcm-d Savannah rID I uoday til "'10 .\. 21. the FloriJu SHIP FEVER is NEW YoaK.-From finding themselves within the clutches make from live to six: gallons, vinegar equal
: (.statement which have recently appeared the horittes. and one of them exclaimed to the best made of wm,or cider. Grate lav
with a gentleman from San Fmnaioo, Si nil.rrnnnnn left the snino pl.ic \'dlcsddIv
on n at P. M. \ I'm "
caught last The the
: the ncwpapcr ns well as from the suspicious beEts, huviug Wdsned ihein, and express:
E sqr.j nho" is now n ('('h'it.; frotei ('Ut.I. anJ reached Ja l.stiiivilK''before the Gaston i reports, there can be no d ubt of Ibo ( bog was immediately searched, and juice in II ciievse-pruKS, or iu many other vajs

r test macliiuists, iron founders! tn.il luildcr?, :hu4 gaming thirty hours upon( her in a short that ship (liver prevails to a very great to contain $6000 in gild coin, unit doc which a little ingenuity can "ugs', and put

: proposals, d.e rnaerias! nn,1! ton tructionf un r.flcSI5Ir.anth'lc hundred 'UJIC'st!se Steam- j'! lent hi dilfcrenl districts of ihe city-and I nts belonging to the Suffolk Ba k ; of the liquor 'into an empty barrel cover the
i i: is no longer confined the emigrants bung hole with aha and '
| to
gauze set it in the son
blot'kn of l '
S one or noro ; flrv.prcJtsIrrs Florida eighteen hour '
> rpc er requiring only to
One of the
bring it, uud the poor who inhabillhe 'wo was searched and from pa in 15 or 29 days it will be ready for u*p..
in San Francisco, intemtd! I 1.Jelil'\'c to go a perform the trip which occupied the mail boat: :'I unhealthy quarters, and corno into '.! sal.I letters_: found. sect e1 within the in I Farmer and Mechanic.

I little ahead of nny thing of the kin.! heretoforeercctcdjn ,'forty-eight; '.(JUrLC. Nor is this discrcpincy in I'I contact with the emigrants; but it it spreadin pocKcts o: his coat, his n.imi was ancnr- ,

J that city notwithstanding that it already 'I speed n very unusual one, and) yet this Grand in 'h- city nnl I the surrounding countr) ineJ to be Charles Brener, the receiving t A NEW PAtsT-vAtCABLB DIOlfuT.-Water _.
has\ which reflect discredit [and in many instmces is fatal to persons lIer of the Suffolk Bank ; the orher was a i lime, (hydraulic cement,) mixed: with oil in the
some no I Jury informed that the
upon contractor up? n I cmr.able circumttanccs in life. It is .' of the teller, named Albert C. Con-i same war as Blake's Ohio jaintor any of the
U ; but Mr. Brnnn it's will tenth do hon this Imo prexent constanl, excuses for their I,I .rlv inlcctiotisand! at all times excecdin pecuIi : ; who was to assist Brewer ii taking his i several uihor mineral paints lately brought into .

'S ;our to ilic Emporettrn of the Pacific. I I failure* to deliver Hit mail in urn', rind the dangeroi Now that the summer is departure for: the Old World. Tile slip of paper use, has lately teeu discovered to be equal

S The same intelligent grnllrman! has been J fines ore as constantly? rC>luirrc d. The Grand,, sl1 Ihe danger will be still greater, and 1 alluded to in the foregoing, prrwd to be t to any tidier cubsumce ever u. ed fur paininjt:

for many years a resident Honolulu.: Sandich Jury earnestly uPl.cnllh the Post Office DC- !i precaution ought to be adopted to gaurd telegrapbicdispZL'cb f :>* Islnndf, pnd he gave me some informs" II falUs iu- V.r. ll ald. brother ; and wns to have been forwarded i while in point ot economy it is as one to eightor
lion (to me both' novel und inteicsllnp) concerning part men t to devise! n rein'-dy for Ibu evil, and .,! House's or'Bain's Hoe to the assumed name leo. The dsicovcry accidentally roida

the present condition of social and political they resprcifully recommend that Ihe rresent ( How TO GUESS AT A ROGUE -U31r. Smith, Mrs. 41. A. Palmer* at No. 36 Common by Mr. John Harold, of Hempttcud, Long

affairs in that "Cuba of the pacific." !; contract be declared forfeited; !, and steps be ,raid you suspected the prisoner was a ro t Boston, by his friend Converse. Each: Islam. He sent u man iu'o" a ore room w

S I bae rooln now onty advert very brieflyto .tl1keJ1 to punish t'e contractors .fur their .s* the mom'*"nt you aw him. Why did you dispatch said : "It is all right" 'and were'' gel some of the mineral paint to m= l.>f painting
this subject though: the importance of gro pect him? Becose'e 'ired my rooms" signed with the initia's' "A. T. C ;" in ihe a floor, and tan nun took out ot the cement
our relations with the Sandwich Islands, Especially -i and wilful violation of duty,nnd that in future twjiUn' down the priCf'." h this a rule! hind wrring of Brewer. I-iformation was S barrel, mixed and uppited it before tbe m-suke:

lp relercnce to their bearing upon 'no excuses "bo recicved for It failure: to deliver (put, many exceptions "Hit's n rule speed I 17 dispatched! to the officers of the offi- |I was dwcovet It was put on in the evenrn .

thejcomm'crcial: prospect* of California,'can the mail upon this route within (ho schedule n i h except ions, yer worship! honest men of the banking institution by 'telegraph, ;;! and next morning was found to be Sis dry; nd

' not bo measured. Between the people of time the Grand Jury being opinion that the I lalwI'1YS"1Iin, nnd' never satisfied slating the arrest&c. but before' an -answer .:' hard as stone. Mr. U. then tried it upon fen*
California and the Sandwich Islands n tney gtta shilling wonh for lenpence., ", was received, the steamer bad'Sillf"C! with I ces and roofs with) all success mixed both with
very t
friendly feeling exists, as the rnmunie..Lion| facility with which pluutibk1 excuses for fail- \'dny are soldiers the book. eeper of the Bank-on bo.JrJ"whose I I fish oil and linteed. To I.nt it a ft vet e test,

between Honolulu'and San Francisco more 'urcsnre mrtnufacturedisthefruitiut" ciuse, ofthese nnd fed of cannon tailor?an like"tbe name isThorndike Rnn.I. He is also a de. I he then mixed it *:ih fish oil,and painted two
S pocauso
frequent and'less interrupted, thu'n' the comincrciarintercoursc failures. j I kes breaches (xecbes) and the form-r fauler to a heavy amount, and Is suppnsed |:1 oil casks, upon which it dried quickly and ad- ,
cf New York nnd New r' S The Grand Jury \\ould! further recommend through them latter to have !upwards of$ o.OOO in his possession. 1'bered firmly.. Furmer<< ,, try it. ItNuqdouUjedly -
"' 'At th time bf the '
arrest, the officers took worthy of Attcnti .n.-T4* Plow.

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MA *. ;,fcoDCoitDoxiiKG.-In clvTli- Ba1iI'O of the Tlicrmometro. -- --I I -:

DUaO3e i the collection'of"bad debt," I I'Itt isi ,NOTICE.: : F r I.: 25 DOLLARS lIIA.GNOLIARETRE&.T.HIS COMIODIOU _
H.hb i considerable'difficulty. Ther fllHE steamer FLORIDA If. COXCTTXX, !::4 .; f :. FROM ITS'NoS'.1851. I T fa DOW opened... those ESTABLKHMEKT; .
K "TILLBEPAflaaa Reward.to desirous of
b&buaed8nsi however have a method of master will'make strip to St. ? any per- can Lave
Augustine "
[Kept al. tM.BJrrlU'.bSl.. Augustine.] every Opportunity rules
on who will ; an4 regulations
cred.tnr; which is apprehend and confine,
reluctant at
one such
II.Mif << on Friday 33J April, and leave the same to pt Dae. Attached
Weand J tfficacious. It is thus de cribed by ;jtreeeBl aHernoon at 4 o'clock ; which will enable (so that I can obtain possession of her;) either and Eating Houst'whicb will be aD OyIt { saluoJa
DJ.1'&. 8ff' USE 9 A. H. 3 II. 9 P. K. in St. Johns or Duval County jaij he- -
traveller f her to connect with the New .York steamer at P. ; my plied from day today with the Game of Ma"nN .
.Meeting a peitan io any spot, to whom ynu' 8tannah. gin woman HANNAH:-Sho is of rather tall Hours of'amuaement, Grntemnl: and Lndiea will be
wish 10 apply. tbe\ khatt you exclaim. '1'be'\. 1, M '74 '18. '14S and slim make and of very erect carringe: -of rom 9 to 12 A." M.'arid 2 to 5 P. M.-Thejnkn.''

gttlun detains you here.'/ He instantly siandssil3 69 83. 86 12 black complexion and between the ages of cijSIe flours and .tnDmes: for gentlemen uclusiYt'Iy. .

aoS "l1b.ut bond or guard,temains there NOTICE. 8 68 68 12 19 Forty.five and Fifty-She ran away from my I T lfi _, S.MIK\NDA.
; duflvered. The khattit nrcsrri el for 4 41 59 69 62. family in Si. Augustine, about tbfe last of Oc. I
uaUI L Lands entered the Land Office Tax Collector
) at
in lober of first November Sale.
6 45 1851-nnJ
fsults, and for debt. When a crditorB fit. _' and 61 15' .66 issupposed T>Y virtue oldie
slight Augustine lying in St. Johns be power vested
to in
secreted somewhere me by law I
nmcs met his debtor and asked for 6 65 62 65' 44 in the vicinity of J3 shall
several fot
. Cuuaty either locution expose sale before the
by purchase or by tie City.- Court house
7 68 60 61 68
hu due, and tbe debtor while recognizing the ol Bounty Land Warrants ore subject to .j doer at JWdlonvilIe on the first Monday of July .
8 49. 66 63 65 LEWIS COXETTER.
oWp3ymcnt the creditor can,at discretion the the following described
; next
debt,puts of State and tract of land ,
payment County taxes. !t. or 10
Augustine March
,stop bismin, make him sit down, and and unless returned on or before tho 1st day .9 66 68 11 85 __ 13th 1852. much thereof a. will plJ the taxes due thereon the .b _.

then, with the point of his lance, he traces on of May will be doubled taxed ai the law 10 68 11 72' '69 FORWARD State of Florida and County of Orange doubled taxed -

tile ground n circular line, saying; requires. I 11 bog 16' 14 72 & TOWLE, | from the year 1845 to and including 1861, to 3

In tbe name of Allah and he Prophet! in the R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff nnd ex-off. 12 11 '15 15 72 ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS i WIt : .

hams ot the Sultan and the mother of the Suiunf Ttx Assessor and Collector 13 11 16 18 11 IN CHANCERY.FLORIDA. 5480 acres assessed to Theresa Rodrigues,. in l.
s. t. c. ;
14 61 '18 17 13 section 37, township 19, 28. I .
in tbe name theten(a particular office,) April lOlL I82.Charlcstozjand. range
of tbe state, thou shall not,leave 15 10 '72 78 63 jJ, AmJA f3mJ, Unless taxes and expenses are paid before th* '
gapportTs 16 63 63 65 66 day of tale. J. SIMPSON! Sheriffand
debt. The
ibiJ circle until thou but pill thy Florida Line. .
I 11 64 6167\ 65 Jan 3. t852. Tax C"Ueclor.o.c. .
debtor i*obliged to remain enclosed and sitting WM. A. FORWARD, I SIMON TOWLE. i1
in bit kbatt uutil some one intercedes wilh the TIIE SPLENDID NEW: PACKET STEAMER. 18 65 1a 11 65 Late of St. Augustine East. Florida. Tax Collectors nle. ,. .

creditor and he consents to release the prison. FLORIDA. 19 65 .69 68 6'7o B'virtue of the power vested in me by'law' .

er. If tbe creditor, ,rem.tins inflexible and in* ., 61 72 15 ...68 ,. .., ;... .. .. FROM JACKSONVILLE, shall expose' for saletefore the rourt House,
the remains in his khatt,ui.- L. M. COXBTTEfti, w 1&srn. 21 59 GaCT .4i. 'n the city of St. Augustine oa the first Monday of
tjwrable prisoner For and
w- i Enterprise Mellonville. May next, the following described
) 56 47
'tie 1*V. bis debt .ar, breaking the bounds, IS NOW running regularly ; : : much thereof as will the State and property or so
65 62 yay County taxes
be the hue.and the creditor t omplaii I on the Line between LEA YES ON .YS.THE ..
crosses and the
necessary due
_ 24 54 72 56 69 expense thereon for the
to the tiultan! the fugitive is persucd, taken Charleston Savannah, and 1 \ I Steamer SARAH SPALDING Yt'arI85Itowit; .
S5 72 15 72 .57 having
the St. John's River. .
wherever be is found, and severely punished The following schedule 26 41 52 6'62 newly fitted up, will resume her regular -300 acres 3d rate land assessed to Nicolasehez Scnl .
has been adopted which J -
trips for the! above p1ceaon Wednesday, the 14thinst. being! section 25 of private surveys, township i'' 7
chows the hours of arrivals and from the 27 63 63 68 10
departures '' 4, south of 29 East in St. i
., toucl ing 'at all the intermediate bndingsandwill range being Johns Coun- ;
Fozacftrcs n NEW Mexico.: -It has heretofore various ports : '28 10 14 \ 18 I 68 continue punctually to leave every Wednesday ly, adjoining lands of'Estate of Robert Mickler and I

Leen stated that aMr. iiurcourt, for 11 long Leaves Charleston eyery'Tu.dny,'at 12 o'cfock' M. 29 65 63 64. '65 morning at o'clock, connecting with the U. 8. Estate ofE'r JeDkt'l. J]

while employed as a clerk of the quartermaster Leaves Savannah every Wednesday, at 41 r.M. 30 63 68 8$ 2 Mail steamers to and from Savannah.: For freight, Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the j

in the army In New Mexico, has lined his Leaves Jacksonville every Thursday, at 10 "AM.', DECEMiEIL.I engagements or PlLII8ge. apply on board, or to day of sale. 1' .

purse fintlyood made his escape. Harcuuri, Leavas Picolata? every Thursday,, at 2 F.* 56 57 55 55 FERNANDEZ, BISBEE & Co., Agents. R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. : 1

;ft .. alleged? had so kept the buoks,"Dud by 'RETUR5ISO, 2 52 56 59 55 Jan. 10, 185:1.QCHR. Tax Assessor and Collector, a. J. c. j
nnd false entries, as to pocket JOSEPH Nov 1. 1851. '
erasures 3 45 52 58 47 HENRY. 14 days from Baltimore -
$,'.000 in October. Captain 1 Eton, on rnn Leaves Leaves: Picolata Pilatka every" '. Friday" ,. at 10 7 o'clock If A."x. 4 38 49 59 41 400 bUs Flour 3000 bush Com 40 bales Tax Collectors Male. I ji

king the discovery to.11I'O. Jtssup, started to 5.a Hay 30 bags Coffee, 10 hhds Sugar 40 bUs Lard, '
Leaves Jacksonyille'every Friday, at 3 5 40 55 47 i y virtue of the power vested in me by Law ,
tioniM Fe after Harcourt. Ho there learned that Leaves Savannah Saturday at 9 r.* 6 58 63 65 1)7 i 25 Kegs utter, 40 bits Potatoes, 20 bUs Apples, 5 B> I shall expose for sale before the Court House '

he bad forgrd his numts and tbnt. (Jf Col. E. A-X. '1 61 67 65 59 Casks Cheese 100 bags Oats, 5 cask of Bacon 40 at IVJellonvilJe on the first Monday of July! next, the
Summer to several UruUs, which he sold, nnd The FLORIDA has been built under the special snpeiintendenceofOipt. 8 60 62 67 62 bIle Crackers, 100 kegs Nails, 25 boxes Tobacco, 3 following described tract of land qr so much threef .

then left for Ctuhun ufl. Cupt 13. still, pursued Cozetter, and her speed and( 9 58 \ 65 \ 69 54 hhds do, 10 bus Molasses: ,50 boxes Soap2 casks as will pay the taxes due thereon the State of '

him, but to no At El Iaj> >u he accommodation for Passengers are aisurpassed by 10 47 66 '72 68Ii Oil, 60 boxes Candles, 15 baskets Champagne, 10 Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851,
1 i 5 found that H. had au fJ\lrposP. forged bv him any boat ever placed on the St. John's. Freight 58 boxes Cider 10 chests Tea 10 doz. Broom 10 nests to wit r300acres '
63 19 65
amount of ubuut 830,000, and passage: as low as by any other line. Any fur. Tubs, 5 boxes Oranges, .1 boxes, Lemons, 10 casks! ofland assessed to Uernardo
aloteauid the. 6. '77 69 Seguf,
s and< had left fur Duranpo, Iru'dlillgvltb (her bf, information the undersigned can be Afrrnts.obtained; by applying to either 1:1 13: I 62 69' l 63 l 63 I 61 R ice March, 3 Crates 6th 1852., 15 boxes Starch, 400 B.boxes E. CARR.to and being east in section on Hallifax 44, River.township 15, range 53,south

great speed. It is kuppnstd tie Inn rx-rp'-ira- J W. CALDWCLL, Charleston J4 (9 48 60 49 J.
led frauds Dlh'a.tbl amounting to $ 0,OOO. t. W. BIlKER, $avannah.BELLECIIA53EE& .15 49 5tJ 58 48' f J OTICE hereby given that I will, six weeks SIMPSON Sheriffand Tax- Collector, o, c. .

A reward of 8 1.000 bus been offered fur his J! FINEG\N, 16 I 37 48 56 47 J/i after date, apply to the Judge of Probate of St jan 3,1853: 4
Johns County, for Letters of Administration the I TuX Collector's Sale. .
itit1tbiCL'hi Eau.n.: i iOF !, Jacksonville. 17 42 49 49 S8 on
'! R'' R. REID. rU. !1tka.. : 18 28 29 32 Estate cf Susan Follis, late of said County Decosed' I B' virtue of the power vested m me bylaw, I .
.. April 10, 1852. I ANN HURLBERT. shall, expose for sale before the Court House
'F.IAUD JKIJGGI'.TSA 'irml of considcrn. 19 33. 3C49 I 36 St. Augustine, March 6th 1852. at Mellonville on the first Monday of July nextihe .
20 34 49 I 62 44
following described tract of land somuch thereof
bIll jU'ere'at us we Icnrn from the Liverpool COLLECTORS BLANK DEEDS, for 21 37 Tax Selector1 or
TX 6i 60 65 Sale.1rpY as will pay the taxes due thereon the State of
TmAfctttno-on WuI which at :this Oflicc.Sdir. '
nt verhiiinplon, in r
22 68 61 68 62 virtue of the power vested in me by lw'J Florida and County Orange for the year 1851, to
a dru luol', Mr. P. Lunpman, was! proceeded Fl/JHIDV 7 days;Irom New N urk 90 23 62 69 68 56 .LD ball expose for sale before the Court House I I wit

njjairutnt the suit of a Sir Bukcrlor selling .* hip, 5J bbls Four| 5 lih.N. Hugnr.J 2-1 L4 65 66 61 doorat ,lellonville on the first Monday July next I 200 acres of Land assessed to Joseph JW. Sanchez
( .
certain boxes of pill purporting u bu Sir 6 bills. CrnrkiTtf,51)stffk.4Salt, and 124 pnck. 25. 6. .66 15 61 the following described tracts of land or GO much in section 40,township: 16, range 33 S and Eon

I Jane Murray's Cunceniiu'cd Crd LivrrOilpilU .& agiu lo D. E. C.trr, 10 boxes O. Burl Hundry 26, 61 67 '72 G3 theaeot as will pay the taxes due thereon the Stale the Hallifax River. ..

-, ," when, in Iulnl' uf fact tf Ir James, i in. nn p>ickucs to Burlingiimc & Howk, and others.By 27 64 65 67 65 01'Florida and COUMJ Orange from the year 1845, Also, 310 acres assessed to the said {Joseph M

..j Otiiiiiujit physician in Dublin, hnd nvur given 28 65 73 63 64 lo and including 1B51: to wit: Sanchez *.n sec 51, township 17, range :34, south

TI Ms -nciiim hot thu Ure of Ms name, nod when &hr. Florida now discharging Butler 29 60 74 61 65 100 acres belonging to or supposed to belong to and east tve&l of Smyrna.J. .

1 <. at*) (ns "u. proved in evidence) itVui tin It ri,trllckcrs.Porlw Hams,Baconshoul; 30 .62 14 '13 66 Robert Shepherd and Jose Sanchez being in section NJMP.SON Sheriff and Tax Collector..c..

I t Hripo-Mt'ility! to concentrate thu cOIl liver oil tiers with a full assortmnit of nrticlcs usually 31 68. 15 k '17 ..t9UKUARV 50, township 17 range 34, the place known as Du- Jan, 185?. ..

' fJ iti fh.J w.iy rpukcn of. It linn btcn found thai I kept! at the lowest prices by B? E CA I R.T 1852. bardy's Cana!. Tax Collector's sate.B .
nc'illll1 the of ,Unless taxes end expenses paid before the day

".:. butt tit pills r uU C"iiii.med ot iilnxun prus-itc, but no cod Jiv .r slope oil. A otice is hereby given to all pen ns having claims, 1 62 65 11 54 of sale. [Y shall virtue of the for power tale before vested in the me Court by Howe law I ) ,
l.. agnintt toe imitate of Suian F. Perpall deceased 2 46 41 6a 45 expose
verdict .wa* given lor the plaintiff, ( MI insuuibl the within time Also 30IO acres assessed to Clarke and Atkinson doorat 'Mellonville on the first Monday of July next,
to prieent same prescribedby .3 38 4151 4a { .
to bo recovered, being 3*. 9d.) with in section the following described tract of land much
law, or euch'-ctaitrrt: will'fbirvfr'bebarrea7T"5ir: 4 35 47 65 41 being 37, township 13, range 2- or as
cp&u. TinJudte made wrtno wivx-re comments V, dANCHBZ, Aminlstntor. I 6' 48 62 south and cart at Haw Creek. W.A. ForwardAen9 thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the State i
i pon the I..and'hich bail been p e diced. Aprn3J 1951. 49' 62 Aim, COO acre in Township 18, South ranntt of Florida and County Orange for the year 1851, .

UlllillGkl...._.1.. I fri.M...ij... .'....'... -nrp.- -rri.->-ilihlv..*. -inliirmi'd........- are-. '6 40 66 4-1 35. tut.DI3efl&td to the heirs of Caroline JHgeHnrJy to wit ; :
practiced by uino druggists in the United 1 36 4: 55 41 south of New Smyrna. 310 acres assessed to James Clark, in section "
1e" DENTISTRY.' 8 42 .44 ,: 49 Alsw 500 acres assessed to the said heirs of Caroline 42. township 1], Range. 31 south and east on the

'1' 9' 49 53 11 67 McIIarJy, being in sections 49! and 60, and Hallifnx Rivr,
10 55 69 '1 5 65 part in Township Ifc1, range 34 and part in 'township J. SIMPaON: Sheiutand Tax Colle-tor o.c
:. 'bCU.uE; ar CIUMR-Within a hort period J. PARJ1LY SON 11 49 63 62, 44 18, and range 35 south of New Saiyrni.: Jan 3, 185.1 ii. f
"1 fiomicidu hall been ol'si:a riling .Irr- la 40 49 50 44 I Uulcss taxes and expensed are paid before the .
Her ttteir professional services the
., ;E. |Ju. lhl city and it bvcuin at length Ladies REnCnrLLY auJ Ucnilemcn of St.: Augustine, for a to few 13 36 31 28 '26 tiny of tale. Tax Collector's Sale.

:at) % 1'nquiin whether the impiitutyhichins & day fUll,. .. 14 23 31 51 37 Also 5000 ucrrs assessed to Philip R. Youuge ly. virtue of the power vested in me by taw 1 .
'> *' attended several .those c:tsus, ha* Titos? wl.wbb! to avail themselves\ of their services I 15 36 42 59 51 Ing in sections 37 and 38.township 21 south lange'' BY :\ expose fur sale before the Court House 'I

tended to augment thut fatal procl, wtv to inking will pWe apply at the' Magnolia 16 45 56 GI 42 31), and towm-hip 21 south range 31, east, being on doorat MilloaviL'e! on the first Monday of July next

life in Midden offrnyx, which i U now soapparent. Holts, iml 'diately. 17 34 55 58 49 Lake JesMip, Forward Accnt the following described tract of land or as much

Making ,,wry iillownnco for the Ma ,PAKMLV... testimonials' from several of the 18 I 45 67. 13 63lu Di'lesstaxes and expenses are paid before tin- thereof a* will pay the taxes due thereon the State

condition of a mixed cieiy such nt exists in Prttident of the United States, and profrsMonulmn I 51 41 4t 28 day of sale. of Florida and County of Orange (or the. year 1851,

Francisco' a d tha m t Kn iiitf excitability refpec ng his profissional i merit and qualifica. 20 22 2t3 38 31 lo wit : I
which pjvvaue theatmostihiTu of b.ir-room: tions. April,3d, 1852. 21 37 3'I 5t 41 AIE0. 1000 acres ofland in section 37, town 100 acres nwssp'i In Elizabeth Bunch. in see. I

the num1r of limes in which death has been 22 32 42 41 41 ship1) 17 and 18, ange Lake Berrisford 30, asaeswd to David R Cl. township 16. rung 33, sooth and fast.on the 11'<
Dunham, being on & (Johns Riv
I FOR SALE. Hallifax River.J. .
recently inflicted in nuddcn quarrel and ottsligbt.provucaliott 23 3i 49 49 59 .
I _i AT tt. UOULTE & CO'S er. SIMPSON, Sheriffand Tax Collectoro.! c.jan3..1652 '
should givu rino t< greater 24 48 17 55 51.
\ Unless taxes expanses are paid before the
hUES ,
!! dTORE. Subscriber
: stttngency on the purioi IhuCourts in the 11f.tbe; 25 53 57 69 6:1 day of uile. .
this mania. ficv 'rity I and now lauding from the tcbr. 65 10 56 -
of 26 61
Uojgroviit: rstriige '
: } ofc
frrm Baltimore \VUU.LlJ A B 11' r A a o.
Isabella, r n E
; if h Mary Also 600 acres of land,lying in section 40 (
should ta trid ax an experiment no ngel 27 40 62 50 ,town-
I tuhtls,of Baltimore White
.i. 'But, Ibo lu'tttl nffraya th- jt.Urnul uro 2t300 biuh While Oats Corn}, 28 31 '54'' 63; 43 I ship 17 south range, 33 east, assessed 10 the esta'e -
1,700 ; ;
culled upon to record?, are insignificant: in 50 bales of Hay, 29 36 53) 'I .. 62. 49.. I ,of Linda y 'rod near New Smyrna, Foi ward.agent.- MOIRISVILJS'S., ( .
number compared with the robberies that /Lao 39 59 67 I Unless taxes expenses are paid IJc.'forethe r
30 bb'j Howard it. Flour '
have been fur Ihe pael month of ntuhtly 21tktgHUptrio'r Butter 1 i : 31 61 10 69 59 day < HOME

:.1 occurrence, and arc carried nn in the most 15 No. 1 Lard, .. J'EiUUAltV. AUo, 000 acres a88f'd.to. John Robinson being FAMILY NEWSPAPER. \
t of a tract of 2060 acres granted to Briggs and
,tool! and impudent irmum-r. apj .irehily in 5 bbls Apples, -j c' : part :
1 56 68 78- 68.2' Robinson being in section 38,township 15, range; 32 1UBLISHEU U'EEKLT AT TWO DOLLARS A TEAP.
assorted Crackers
defiance of the .i" iho cam n">s itthesrtcrlmrs 20 boxes -
po th-it; taut nov M on 4 bbl .Pilot Bread r* !.<< :4.1r I 60 6') 55 51 and township 15, range 33, Sand E on lIallifuRiYt'f.
proves UltflJC f :t
... I 3 41 5' 5G 45 OF THE NEW SERIES WILL ZZ
The h.tvu 10 J J Mercer Potatoes, 4 }j. ; I Tax F1RT XCMBEH
rngod: III their prprtrn'iOn. police CO 46 '....Taxes and paid before the
4 39 is Un expenses are day
been iuvokfd'to redoubl : their tvnt"'hiutnoKs 5 kegs Butter Crackers,);. j.L.' I'f 68 56 of Ip.. IS6VED ON TilE FIRST OF JANV1RT S1T. .

but the police imvo made! no arro>t", rn i e..r'haoiii.n 10( boxes liaising, .:... i S 40 til 6D -
2 Ibis Onions, .''1.-'' 6 63 58 77ti3 Also, 63 acres assed to Cornelius Monroe on the Tux Hume Journal has now become u iern..
he, citizenn are onpris < f hmtitw 70 Jb> Candies, 't" ',I I I'. ,' 1' 7 59 70 71 61 ; Wekiva Creek bounded on the south by George R.Fnirbank's There are kw familw or cultivated habits-(few.f

:bctt or uurclary: cunnniiteil the night 1 ca-se Cloc/",aborted, F n ,. 8' 64 67 C.9 56 lauds. Unless taxes and expenses are those who seek to enliven and nuke home the most -

heyrH.| _The: uunio m which (heir put pis IGO bo3of Wheat Ifran 1 I', I '..' 9 64 65 65 65 paid before the day of rale.J mtiUig lIt ni>d attractive place.--who do not now ,

Is effec rd1,prmcs "Ift: thise nugngrd in il-u 1 cate "I'irkle.assorted, 1'1, ; j' /, .i ito 66 61 72, 66 SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax .Collector. receive it It i? rend we believe wherever run the !!

preying_ uj on "the rurnnunlr.: tire. 'I;perfect 2 dnzcii' jnrs! P.rterves. ,. i' : 11 (0 62 '11 5-1 jjm 3d, 1852. gold 'threads of domestic happiness and true moralrefinemriit
.. I
,. Fron sco --- thickly into the
: ,1I1'4ip .In' ItJelt p;(if'sdtII.-'cn 4 1 n. Lvmon.yrup, I 12 41 66 65 41 winch are woven so
At wholoale onJ retail 13 36 61 62 A DA ilIS & () O'S stronger and coarser web of our country's industryand i

'I A share of puplic pitronnge: ; Is 1'f"rl'clut1yso. energetic prosperity._ .The. Home' Journal. Is. the t !., 1 I
UciteM. tJAMES R. RANIJAM.Jacke.n1Ie.March speaker to the hearts ot this busy nation in me Hours.

PJCKI'OCSCJS. lady of bro ."h'n New 13, 186 c Jtr STATE OF FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT, given to happiness asd relaxation.At .
. York{lam wee k had tier p.trkct picket ot n a New Year Prllt"'frOG a Gentleman to s

.' walUt containing 0200vlule: attending anMUloFl 7 GREAT ,tRGtLi. EASTERN. CIRCUIUT. ST. JOHNS. a Lady, the Home Journal is one ol which the remtmbranu -

&1. r* In Fulton strce'. On rovering SELLING OF*' AT N'EVYCIRK: COSTMY COUNTY. i* re,."* ""* week and it is: unsurpassed -
wit '101S, khe iilformcd th,' Auctioneer 'who Penelope M. Stunner. Compt. NEW YORK as a (rift; in good taste. .A.7RMs.Foronecopy$2for
made eN cnire Stork of Fresh nod as-ortcd J CluircniT, three eopil'Se *
iproinplycli'S-dtlfdOirs: find : every Sis I
_ Iwttoditeclthy !/wlhoulfctici'cst.: Th Goods at PaU'ka. Morton Clmsh&mntr;. Deft. S for Divorce AID or for one copy for threr years, 85-always !n ad'
.' March 27. 1852. A. II. COLE. IYEW OKLEAXS Subscribers wiihout_ lelay. AddrewMORRIS
slime hilo in slmiUrrKtablUbmciit to the satisfaction of the Court vance.
evTnp, n pet t r/nu.n w a It'nPI1Carll11' I EXPRESS. &. WILLT .
at the corner of York sire. in this case, that Morton Cor- I Hew-Xork.
..i d Green IAn, bad a watch torn from his Gttnrdinii. IVollco.. nis'i: Sumner the Defendant above named,resides beyond I Editors 107 Fulion street, -

pocket tho chain before bo could (TOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN, That thirty the Limits of the.State of Florida, so that the OFFICES : finppIiP..'.
J giving way LM Jays from ihe .date hereof I shall apply to ordinary process of Law cannot be served upon him. 16, 18 & 19 Wall st. New-York. Frt h Ann from
** schr. Mary
url the robber. The t'luile
. scamp minaged.( the Honorable Thomas Douglas, Judge of'' the ..Entern Therefore, on Motion of McQueen McIntosh, Esq.Solicitor ISO'Main: st., Hartford, Ct. JUST.eccivcd per articles, TIZ :
BpprvheiiKion in the crowd nnd vanished Circuit of FloriJa, for l aye to sell the undivided :: for the Complainant is ordered, that notice ft State St., New HavenCt. ih; follofninjc Bacon.Cheese

.y iround a_friendly. ._. ._, corner._ _ inirrest of George; Hinry, Leonora S-, F.tiolu. of the pendency of this suit be given, to the said ICa: Baltimore, Baltimore. Crackc.s, Butter, l/ird, 1 S Jams, Hour, Rico
-- T i i iAn lu F.,and LouIsa I-atio Colt minor children of Mrs. Defendant, Morton Cornish Sumner, by publication Pennsylvania Av., Wtishington. I'i. 'oc5f Onions, Teas, :mars. 1I

h. : Irishman, ..seeing vessel v ry heavy Leonora T. Colt deceased, in and to the cne-sixth in "The Ancient City" a Public Newspaper publish 7 Fourteenth st., Richmond, Va.Bosti Cotfie, U UIIS, Hpiccs : oap-. Brooms, Hay

l'do ,'.tidscnrecljr above tho water?* edge I part of a: certain tract of land.containing eight -hun ed in the City of St. Augustine, in the County and 84 Washington st., n. Corn, Oats Crnn.l, Porter Ale, Brandy

eth11j<' 'Upon my soul! if the river was dred and ninety-six acres : situated in the County ef Circuit aforesaid, for the space of three months requiring 73 st. New Urlcans.. Wine. Orange, Lemons, Cocoanuts, Almonds,
li'y. bit :higher the ship would go to the but'olnd Orange, and on the East bank of the ou John's river hint the said Defendant to appear and answei Camp I UaisuiStTiiiiiarindtf, &c. B. E. :AHfc.

.. near Lake Beresford and bounded* follows to the said Bill, or the rame and the matters and things TO F05TiTJASTER '
*jo.i wit : Commencing on the bank of said river at k eyprres therein alleged will be taken as Confessed. i POST OFFIC'12 STAMPS. Public JTIeeliUff*.Private Rooms,Suing
r tree marked X, and running; thence South tiO And it is further ordered, that a hearing had in undersigned, Postmaster Pleasant Grove for temporary purposes always in
U like:.Wh1 J i. ,Drunken Kymnastir, circus 'rid>r deg East; by an oak marked F,50 chains lo a pine this Case, at the next June Term of Said Court,. to THE Co.Maryland,was the first person? in readiness at the Magnesia, Ketieat.

,' lcUtsTull I of braudvf? Bccmuu he' n.. also marked F, thence South 10 deg. West to another be holden in and for St. Jehus County a/breeaid, at the U. S who conceived,and undertook extensivelyto i Nov 29 no 48tf S. MIRANDA,

5tmiliZertuII rt"r"Qf'if., pine inarktd F, thence North bO deg. \Vf'IC..50 the Court House ,in the said City of St. Augustine. ,the idea of supplying al! post offices with .
publish Opening Oranges, Lemots. Ap
said Given under hand at Chambers, this 4th day bun ire : : -
chains to the bank of mid river, and along river my stamps. All stamps made by war NOW Potaiors Prunes Pea Nuts assortedPreserves
cheap !
mite, tioktifhrs C01\t to show n terrible to the place beginning ; said tract being knowna February, A. D 1852.THOMAS ranted equal or superior to any other that can bet Confectionary, Liquors, &c.
.. I be ta .(t.received some y<-ars t pail.be > the Beredbrd Tract. SOI'HIAT FATIO. DOUGLAS Judge, ic.. procured the same price, and whenever any are March 27 gars. B. E. CARR.

l .litd on not beinff apletofind i'"Jo'li..WM ..Gucrthan D.(Mid Minor A true copy from the original order. sent out in any way defective orwisansfactory.in
P, B. DUMAS Clerkc. c, ST. tossy co. without '
1L ..* ou my brother. Hill's -Marcli37,1852.CaadlW dicates shall be forwarded, on notice Clioioe ,Uqnor&c.
..1I.&ftD.,",<<, to. _..,:Ii FeH.28th. 1852 charee. All who order a set ofatamps. WITH ouso- Braiiclr, Holland Gin Mimonjshel
J .' ",, .... ':'".. '. .. ,. Oil &C.-Tallow Candle, 7ur. Billiard Table nud.Teii Pin Alley.At FOR BATES at Two Dollar only-(for thirty piecesj- Old ylwa and ScOtch duo Ate and Porter
i -- .. Sperm, Brown Soap, ,Linseed/Oil; shall be kept in stamps adlibitum. chalol"JT&* Wine, JJadora do. Sherry do.
& TtZ''J EE;Printers ore r.rt, ;
- Y W '"IBJ| they never Prlnl'or set up anynlf ;. assorted Paints at retail by1 .lJl:. day and .Evening.nu43tf MIRANDA Co. Md. I &c. B E C.1RJ>
Nov 29
:I I- but they are sure tq jifler a prouf of it. I March 27 D. F. CARR. )


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| county Tax ColSectors Sale. Tax --
I Maslis '//./,!.-, On.: St. George Street,north of third Monday of November. f I Collec.lon SaI'.

4 j the I'obiic Church.Square,and one door north of the Meth- ; For the county of floral, on the third. E B'Y virtue expose of the for powervested sale before the In me Court by law Home, I ;! B,shall virtue expose of the for power sale before vested the in Coari a-- bJ.law;1 _

I edit Florida Hove On Lane North of November. I\ S first at Mellonville on the first Monday of September!t dooriD the city of 81 Aegustine oa the Hen,,
I Treasury For; the county of Marion, on the .
I tbePablie Square. December.For St., I nezt the following described tract of land or to much day of May next the following descdbi
I Cat,I-loVl. On Charlotte and Bay Street,a few I the counties of Alachua and Levy, on the 1849,0300- thereof>> will pay the State and County taxes or so much thereof.will pay the Stat,&Del rcperty county
doors South East of the Publie Square. ondMonday in ,December. Mortf g<* and the necessary expenses due thereon for the year tazeiandthenicesaaryexpened thee
& Flanttrt Hotel. On Charlotte Street and Treasury Forthe of Columbia the third and stocks 1851, to wit: year 1851. 10 wit: -
; Latin, north of the Public Square,annexed to the in December.county' on and United 160 urea of land formerly owned by NkoloaSheperd A lot of had In the city of St. Aagastiae* ha
at Lake Musroe. Preaettt owner not known. ded on the east by Dragoon or Spanish
House. The U.S. District Court at 8t Augustine i
Doable taxed for the 1851.J. l lota of G PoD and A 's-ad ,
I BOARDING HOUSES. first Monday in April widely exten- year ar Master on the W
it Win \\Fntio. tn t. George Street a few doors THE TRAYELHEira SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c: Tolomato street, oa the South by Jot of ja !
South of the Court Horse and Public Square. profita of fif Feb- 28. 1853. Andren deceased, on the forth by an alky t u

o. Nol P"n. On Bay street corner of Bay and 0fI1l" ROUTES FRoITcHARLESTONFramCkarletton on the 31st Tax Collectors Sale. waaorrigmaDy owned by the late George.Banreu .
Garden ,Laue. deceased, and assessed to G. R. Fairbanks ; :
DOCTORS. to New-York. Leaving among i:: Y virtue of the poweryelted in me bylaw ing in all two acres more or I.... '

Doet. F. Wttdgn. Office at his Dwelin g House 31-2 o'clock r. x, By Steamer to Wilmington .. _, shall expose for sale before the Court House Unless taxes and expenses are paid befrre fa
t I n Bridge Street. miles.:By Railroad to Weldon 163 mile*- annually,sem- door at Mellonville on the :first Monday of July day S of sale.
:; Ztof. John B. Peek. Office on St. George Street, tersburg 63.To Richmond 22.fo Acquia added on the next the following described! tract of land or so fl. B. CAN07A. Sheriff and ex-off.
doors North of the Court House.DRUGGIST. much thereof aa will pay the taxes due thereon the Tax ****** and Collecter.., ,/c
70. Steamer to Washington 55.-By
State Florida and County of Orange for the Nov 1.1851.TO .
i i Baltimore 40-To Philadelphia 92.-To Company! se- year
T. C. Charlotte the 1851, to wit:
Zybtra. Chemist and Druggist, 87. Total distAuce 771 miles.Time 60 hours. insurances
" Street. without U63 acres of land being part of a grant of 4000 LARGE PLANTER -

.; :,1 820.The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Cha of accumu- aeres assessed to Domingo Acosta in section 38. Valuable Tract* off Land for Safe

LAWYERS. tenth day after the 27th of April, o'clock township 20,Range 34 and 35 near Flownder Creek HE subscriber as Agent ot the several .
every 'r owaea
L U. B. ;;../.. Counsellor at Law-office on Ar- Thro in 60 hours. Fare (&ate.Room) $25. own lives Indian River.J. offers for sale tome of the most valuable Jud.
I Uery Lane. I From Ciarleiton to Pkiladelp\ia.-Tkt can in- SIMPSON Sheri1l'and Tax Collector, o. c. in East Florida, to'wit :
ti. :A. Putnam. and Councellor of which are jan 3d 1152 800 acres valuable hammock
I. leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 land West of Fleaington -
nt Law,office, Picol ta street. r...through in 60 hours. Fare $20. -.J herself or chil Tax Collector. Sale ,known as the Gibbs Lands Marion Co.. I
.George R. Fairbanks Attorney and Counsellor at From Ckarleiton to New-Orient. Leaving By; virtue of,the p.wer rested in me by law, 100 acres near the Alachna Savanna, known,! I
, !Law-office in the Court House. ai 10 o'clock A. M. Bj S. C. Railroad to upon .sala expose for sale before the Court House the Carey Grant. I
, miles.-By Georgia, Railroad to Atlanta 171. of a re- door at Mellonville on the first Monday of July next 1400 acres in San Felasco Hammock near New-'' ;;
PUBLIC OFFICES. Macon and western Railroad to Griffin 42. secured the following d scribed tracts of land or so much nansville. known aa the Lawton Land.
I fyit CJlct. G. E. Llaiobtas, Post Master, Court Stage to Opclaka 35.-By Railroad to thereof will pay the taxes due thereon the Stateof Several thoosand acre* good and in the Arre-
r .House. 65 -By Steamer to Mobile 331 -To of Mutual Florida and County of Orange for the year dondo Grant. ,
: "SKr "or Ctneratt Office. B. A. Putbam Surveyor 166. Total distance 1,006 miles. Time 123 with 1851 to wit : 7000 acres on Halifax River South of St. A...
General,on Hospital Street.eorner of Artillery Fare $39. 50. at the office 01 377 acres of land belonging or supposed to belong paune,known as the Bulow Plantation having 800
Lane and Hospital Street.LndOffict. its agents. *to Thomas Forbes being in section 45 town. acres of open land suitable for cane and eottoa.
.>--A.. T, Noda, Register of Public From Charleston to Aiw-0rkfliuvix Savannah 140 '16 range 29 south and east, assessed to the said And several other bodies of hammock Iud OB
Lands daily at 9 A. x. By Steamer to
\ -office in the Court House. Thos. Forbea. navigable waters. .
Tho:. T. Rutttll. Receiver, office in Court -By Central RaihW. to Macon and Western ., Also, 542 acres in secton 40, township 16 south, The titles are undoubted and terms low-Apply-
fr \\11 OUM. road to Hcrnesville4O.-By Stage to range 29. east, assessed to Thomas Forbes to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, :

fudge of Pro!"' ,. (G. Humphrey's Judge) officein By Railroad to Montgomery 166.65.-By Total Steamer distance Also 515 acrts in section 39, township 14 south Feb 28. 1S52 St. AuguatinFloriJa.Tax .
bile 331. ToNew.Otleans
the Court House. range 27 east, being on'West banks: of Lake George -"
- Ptter B.JJttmm. Clerk Circuit Court, office in miles. Time 77 hours. Fare $39.TABLE.50. ( and asa>wed to Thomas Forbes. Collectors Sale.

the Court House. 1 MISCELLANEOUS Fare IJ. S1.MP6ON, Sheriff aaJ Tax Collectoro.c. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law,1
Rafael B. Canova. Sheriff and Tax Collector Distances. Jan. 3, 852. expose for sale before the Court House
- ,bee in the Court To Athens, Ga.. 221 m. $7.95 :
, House. J at Mellonville! on the first Monday July:nuztIe,
Collector of Cvttomt. John M Hanson. office,- "Chattanooga, Tenn.. 445 13,12 Preserves Pickles, &c. following described tract of land or so much there
Planters Hotel "Columbl, S. C., 130 4.00 !! fjuits assorted-IMumsPeaches, of as will pay the taxes due thereon tM State tl
Inspector of Cuttomt. Ora Howard, office in .f'Camden, S. C.. 142 4.0D PRESERVED *, Quinces, Pine Apples, Currants Florida and County of Orange for the years 185
Howard Buitdjngs, Market square. "Hamburg. S. C., 136 4.00 Oranges, Fig, Strawberries. Currants and to wit : '
r J. //. Bronion. Judge U, S. Court Northern i "Memphis,Teun., 740 28,00 Guava Jelly. Vermacilli )Macaroni. Skeet Oil. 2301 acres on the West side* and,815 acres on
PlstflCtofFlorida, office in the Court House. Passengers for either of the above places Almonds, Madeira Nuts Filbrits Pro Nuts, assorted the east side of Halllfax RiTe r. asj ed to Piter
It;. n. Fairbankt. Clerk U. S. Court, office in Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad, at 10 lb, CandyRock Candy. Citron Raisins, Cassia Bay Miranda being in section 39 and 40, township 19,
;the Court House. I Rum, Congress Water, Cordials. Prunes, Ginger range 29 south and east.
\ Deputy J1I rlTaal. George I. 2chubaur,' office in X.BY virtue ot the power vested in me by I Preserves, Spahuh)Oliveg, Champaign Claret. Li J. SIMPSON, Sheriffand Tax Collector,o. c
i.he Court House. expose for sale be ore the Court President. i quora -Farina, Wheaton Grits Sardines, Frrsh ian 3. 1852

s.., JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. door at Mellonville on the first Monday of I Salmon Pickles, Capers, Sap Sago, Spicis>> Fancy -
Gad. Humphreys.-erUce In the Court House. next the following described tracts of land Soaps, Crackers, w4nJmons Fine cut Tobacco,My ART UNION OF-PHILADELPHIA

Ceo. LPkillip$, Notary Public-office on Bay much thereof as wMl pay the taxes due : ,Fla. era Honey Dew Tobacco, &c. at retail. Incorporated by the Legislature
Street. a little North of the Market and nei door State of Florida: and Co-.nty Orange for the B E. CARR, Peull rJvauln. t
(lo the Post office. .
CITY OFFICERS. 1851to wit ; Tumbull I $ W. Tax Collector' alc. FOR THE PROMOTION OP TilE
750 acres of Lnnd in swamp, ; .1 .
t -.ll/IVor-Go, L. PA illip'., \ r ing or supposed to belong to Win G Foot 'i E. F. B y virtue of the power vested in me by law I I 'lllTS OP DESI6.\ \ TJIJJViUThD .

.And"ul$ by Benjamin: A Putnam. I' have levied upon and will expose for sale r 10r EJ.OFFICERS. .
FaulArnau, AtI at Fort Capron on Indian River, St. Lucia: county
M. ", Medici*. } zgtflfleO. Also, 350 acres belonging or supposed to hay (there bingno Court Home in said county) on the "
>'. J. to Chariot T Gobert, returned by William A ; Repairs this
Quincey. first Monday of May next,between the usual hours UEJTET C. CAKKT Pre.ilentVILLUX D. Kour -
Clerk of the City Council. Charles. Haager. officeat ward. I I I ready for of sale, the following described tracts of land, or so Vice rretident. EDWARD P. Mcrcnnx. Treatvrer : ,.

the Council room. 1 1City Also, 1000 acres belonging! or supposed to AND much as will pay the State: a nil Com 1ty Taxes asSeated E. II. BnrLEt. SecorJixg Secretary, M
Martial and Cirri of the Market, F. P. to N.: Harris, returned by John Fontane. I spacious thereon for"the yar It.l51.'a : GtotiBE W. D uT, Corresponding /
rerreira. I I ; ,109 acres of aa Tslanj! known as ITntchinon- -..--_ JF.
TORT WARDENS. Also, SUM acres belonging! or supposed to o.c.'f Neat Islaod, situated in aaiJ county of SL LuciaLo uu- MANAGERS :
-- n. C. Zflitra. C/utrlnlla.er' Jo.. B. Pomar to Robert Martin, returned DY B A Putnam I.' .- ded on the North by Indian River Inlrt! on the John art3in.. Cliarles! James J '- j
Toppnn S.
St. Lucia the ,
South by Inlet or Gilberts Bar, on
4 Also, 810 acres belonging or supposed CUirlcd Maal!4ter. E. II. Cutler. Usury S. Patter .
AUCTIONEER. B A ( re enlly Fast by the Atlantic Ocean, and uu the West by "'
long John ,P Wlllamson. returned by I I son, M. D., Chirks G. adam I. D. .
.- g!.o.Center.. F. !'. Ferreira and J. A. Strischa.liureee name to the accom- Indian River, assessed agaiu. :Jlaj Ir F. Woodbri g*. 1:1. Joseph D. :,teJun..11. D.. EdwIn\Yill 'm R.W..Lew ".
and F. M. Robinson residents. Unlrrs the taxes
p J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, entirely FJward P. Mitchell. John S. han A '!I..
thereon and (bHorc'ihc of tale.
MERCHANTS. costs are paid Jay
.. Fold
31st 1852. !1 I cng, James L. Cbtrhorn.
'Buriinjrame &. Howk-Corner of St. George Jan it free irom Also, 320 uzrea: of :bud, (the same bring a: par .
and Treasury Lane. ---- Tax Jollecton !aie. to windows I ota Grant of 12.000 acres made: by the SpaiTi Every 'Member for the Year "

BirrougKt E. Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealer BY virtue or the power vested in me by Two Government to Ensebio t aria Gom% on the I:ith Will receive, for each! Subscription of Five Dout IJI, _
id firat quality Family Groceries of al! kinds. Li expose for sale before the Court I\ade July 1818) situated in said county of St Lncia on of ,
4Iuon &:.. No.S East side Charlotte Street, North doot at Jl/ellonville on the first Monday of July Rains, Cold an Island lying between Gilberts Bar and Jupiter a print .,
-;, 'I .. .of the Public square. the following' described! tract of land or so & rOm Barand known as Ttipitrr; 1 'lInt 'xc"pt PO a "es lying IIUNTINGTON'S "CHRISTIANA AND HEW

_; George Bart. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry thereof will pay the taxes due thereon the the year.- on the west side of Jupiter Narrows belonging to CIIILbUEN
; roods West aide of Charlotte street, a few doors of Florida and County Orange'for the year in central, the Estate: of F. M. K. JIorri..n late deceased or sotpuch Engrared by JOSEPH ANDREW. 1oaiu '
North ,')Treasury Lane. to wit* Dwellings. there of as will p IY the State and County taxes AND THE COMPANION, ,
SetA M Wakeman. Wholesale and Retail dealerr 6359 acres aseesred to Thomas Fitch $ addition Assessed theon for the years 1849 1850 and 1851. A print Jluntiagtan't "JIESCFS DRE.UL'

, Dry Goods,and Groceries! Grocery store on the section 36, 39, and 42. Townships, 14 anJ con unless the taxes thereon and costs are paid before the Engraved by A. H.RITCHIE New Y..&>.
r- ground door of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, range 32. J. SIMPSON: Sheriffand \ Dn can- day oYvale. C. L. Im.-\YTOX, SlirritTEx. Offi. Or the choice of any two of the fa (lowing '
, Charlotte street, opposite Misses Pinkhams. ian3,1852. Tax \\ Tax Assessor<< and Collector. Four Splendid Engravings,
Matet S. (f N. Pinkham. Dealers in, Fancy POSTMASTERS. I this House N St. Lucia Co. Florida. vii : _

; .# ,; Goods, &c. opposite the'' Planters Hotel on East TO OFMrK" STAMPS.milE will beth Jan. 31. 185. 1.-JOHX' Ksoi's IjrrelviEw WITH Miar Qzzz or

: aide Charlotte street. POST Pleasant sustain, and. TaI\COaieIIOr'I a.e.B' SCOTS Painted by Leutze, /ngraved by Sat,.
. Pedro Btnet. Dealerin Groceries Provisions,&c. undersigned, Postmaster the first ; : she re virtue of the power vested in m? by law I 2.-Rrrn xan BOAZ Painted by ll.tmaeI&crakl
corner of Cuna and St. George street. A Allegheny Co. Maryland, was p skill expose foKsale before the Court Housein ; bt Sartain '

,t | Manuel Cretyo. Dealer in Family stores. Provisions the U. S. who conceived, and undertook all with choice the city of dt. .Augukme on the first Monday ol 3.-11 nev'. DEjDttPainted by Httntiagton.Begrf

&;..corner of Charlotte and Bridge streets. to publish, the idea of supplying poet him are Venison,' May next, the following "Described property or so ted by KitAie.CaaiaTUHA .
F. J. Qvney. Watch maker and Jeweler, on cheap stamps. All stamps made other by that at this] time much thereof will pay thr\nate and c)uoty taxes .- AND DEl' Caanacx.Painted Jy Bu-
( George arreet. nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. ranted equal or superior to any whenever ,Two and the necessary expenses duVthereon for the year tingles Engraved by Andrau.
I ; no,. NeUjn. Retailer of ;Boots, Shoes, Caps, procured at the same price, and or I 1851, to wit : \ And a copy ofthePhiladelphia
; Hats and Dry Goods, east side of Charlottee strut sent out in any way defective or for this 2000 acres 2d rate lam being in\section 34, private -
;: corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lan plicates shall be forwarded, on notice I surveys township 5,South ronge G, east and A Art Union Reporter,
All who order a set of stamps. WITH Fishing : monthly pamphlet, containing a reportof the transactions
: Lawrence Andrea. Tailor Charlotte street, charge. for section 39 township 5 south, range 27\ut. being of the Institution. and information the
Two Dollar only-( thirty on
t. sear rot Fort. rea DATES at part of the New Switzerland tract, IJin \about 28 '
;;i John Ui"". Boot maker i harlotte street near hall be kept in stamps adlibitum. mies! from St Augustine, in St Johns county, said THROUGHOUT subject the-Fine Art,,
p -' the City Hotel. Address "Post Master, Pleasnt land was returned in 1849 by D R Dunham, Agent
1 MicHael Nrlliran--CaLinec] Maker, Charlotte Co. Md. of John L Eagle and assessed to John L Engle\ Of ,
f Then Union I
(: street,hi low Tenrperance lIaU.f the Pro Unless taxeaanJ expenses are paid before the da)\ of Philadelphia swards priltlil
Jon Manucy. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near Tax Collectors Sale attached of sale. its own Cartiucat} 'with which original Americas
1 =she North Gate of tha City. alien R. B. UANOFA Sheriffnnd ex-off. works of Art may purchased in any piriofiheUu
I : I virtue ofthe power veiled in me by States, at the option and selection of the pellOD wk..
expose for sale before the Court Tax Assessor and Collector, s J c. obtain
Billiard Do-U; ;; may a prize arihft
rt&U", Alley. Ora Howard, Nov
door at jl/ellonville\ on the first Monday of 1, 1851. \ Annual Distribution
Jloward.Ball, ,
: ings,Market square. I I
t Botelinf llley. Liquor and Refreshments, by Ii i. next, the following will described the tract due of land Tax: Collector's Sale.B Which takes place on the Erening of the last red

i : .F. Bridier, Ciy Hotel. I I. much thereof as and par taxes of agents i y virtue of the power vested in me by law I \ day in every Year. '
of Florida County Orange
; PAal.pGomu. Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, State would recom > shall expose for sale before the Court House THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEC OF TUB .
: l.' &*., Charlotte year 1851 to wit.: of the first Mon .
; street, opposite Bridier Bowling Joseph Individuals, door in the city St. Augustine on AIIT UNION.
i :> : -Alley. 100 acres to 32 jll.lIOulh and:\ descrip day of May next, the following described prop When so rtqu tct.* |fct works of Art without'caarp
: section -13. township 14, .
1 __ __ I I erty or so much thereof as will pay the Stale and or compensation (rom their
Sheriff Tax
STAGE OFFICE. J.3.SIMPSON: 1853.. Collector. ., and :'n- county taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon FREE GALLERY, aidCHEJJNUT.. STREET,

>(J,t. .fl\e' Picolata ,Mail, 'singe; BriJur's City Jan. for the )ear 1851, to wit : vor those persons in tbe.e Vltl'J. who may lift remote -
t ;fIJttl. v Towns One lot of land within th* limits of the'City of from Galleries or public exhibitions of tie *
1'\. \ < _ I Tax GVJrc/* Sake Bars at the : ?U Augustine bounded on the North by Lot of Fine Arts
virtue of the power vested in me by of
CHURCHES., BY Marquis De Forgeria on the South by lot
for sale before the Court
; I .Etmatt Cttlolit- Ckurck. North side Monumen 'Alellonville: expose the first of Jul : or sandy H Axtell and M,S Pojaud. East: by Maria Sanche Subscriptions of mr.rtSerjhtp 3i. bd. be JU square.v 4 ,I oat on Monday creek and Rev. H Jxtell'a Lot and marsh or
west by ,
the described tracts of land, so u early a* praetieibl! h. *> u to e.itiil member
Epiteoptl Ckiren. South aide Monument square. ': thereof following will the taxes due thereon or the Piers. of the St. Sebastian creek said lot was returned in early nombir of the "fte'ter." whic will bet"
I Pretbiterijn Church. On St. George street t ,b>outh of thetqnare. I IMetlodiit I I tearing up Sbadgett. of the country.
I of of land
Nine Tenths 41,000 acres
I Epitcopal CwtSt.. George street, Slorrats Island Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before the The Honorary Secretaries will give receipts fa
Joseph Delespin, oppocite ,
near the Magnolia: House > Lands br day of sale.
subscriptions remittances may be made to
River, doubled taxed from the year 1845 to
I as the R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff und ex.olLTax GEORGE W. DEWEY.
cluding 1851Unles. >
TERMS OF COURT, EASTERN CIRCUIT taxes and expenses are paid before elSLry. Asscsror and Collcctor,s.J.c. Corresponding Seerttttrj
OF FLORIDA. rale. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Canals or Nov /, 1851 210Chesnut Street Philadelphia.Fr .
u it will -
uaUfO mw 3J 1852 'Ax Collector -
Jan. o T
for the Counties of Orange and St. Lucie, at Mel. form an em A fl ordinance to amend an Ordlunuce <*a npplie .

t < lonville, on the first Tuesday in April, and on the -- 1k prohibiting Horses and JUST received per schr, Mary Annjrco
-third TntsJay. before the, first .Monday in Novesibcr. Tax r.QUcctor Sale. horse or steam Cattle from going at large within 1nh, the foliomin( articles. viz:

> ineach and every year BY virtue of tb* power vested in me by exte.L the City of St. Anjpxstlne. Crackers, Butter, Lvd, Harm, Bacon.Cbct*
'< Forthe, county ofPutnam,at Pilatka,second Toes- expose fVr.sale before the Court I in all Peril of Be *t ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of Potatoes, Onions Teas Sugars Flour, K&
tt;: .day in April doorat Mellonville on the first Monday of 3 ; n,South Car- the Lily of St. Augustine That it i shall also Coffee, Beans, Spices Soaps Sroonv. hay.
r. ; '.Forthe county of Marion,at Ocala, fourth Monday the following described tracts of land or so i the Canal be be lawful for the City Marshal to report to the Corn Oats, Brand Purler Ale B(21Vine.
f April thereof as will pay the tsxh due thereon the of horse, mare,
Mayor, the owner or keeper any \ Orange., Lemons Cocoanuts,
: 'Eorite counties Alachna and Levy,at New- of Florida! and County of Orange for. the year I .. our Agen. gelding, colt or mule, and alto any row. heifer, Raisins,Tnma rinds &c., B. E_AIU"
to wit : and Florida running at large within the _
t ,a isville, first Monday in May. bull, ox or calf found <
/or,the County-of Cofembia, at Alligator, on the 144 acres of Innd being, part of a information the City of St. Augustine ; contrary t o the provisions NOTICE is hrreb given to all person Jba''f
s.eo.dMondty. of May. 520: acres the estate i'f Anton ia Ponce of an rdiDance, prohibiting hones and against the Estate of FeTU'? '

I For the counlf of Nassau at Nassau C. II.,oh the Smyrna Barr, doubled taxed. ; Cattle from going at !large whhin the city of St. Fain,. tnr. deceased either as Zeptee CreI
: Wednesday before the fourth Monday in May. ( New York Augustine.'* tor's or otherwise, that they are required to Pr-y |
-. For the county of Duval. at Jackaqnvjll*, on the Also 232 acres of land on the East ]! Passed in Council February 7th. 1 023. the same within two years from the date hereof

.r utb Monday rf Mar. Lake Gcorge.supposedta belong to I. ., Heir E J. de MEDICE3 Mayor Pro Tem. or such churns will forever be barred.
For the County of St John's, at St. Augustine, Acostn i in section 38, township' 13, r.. I I the Estate of Attest',, JOHN CAPO. AdinistnSiAuge.dne. .
" t en the second Moday June. double taxed. I I deceased, C1IA8. HAAGER.c. c. JFeb. 7th 1852 ,.k,
I MiL TXEX. ---t .,
.. For the counties of Orange and 8t Laj,, Tuesday Also, 166 67-100 fere of la ml on th from the for date the Choice I iquondcc.Old gelar. JOSEPH HENRY. BOW $****** "

befortfthe firstMbudar of November. ,ldiaf.Lakc ( eorge in section 47 nn.1 33 'I settlement Brandy*. Hollaal Gin, Moipngahela I p.-, choice ankles of Groceries. Ham = .

.Forthe comity of Putnam, at Pilatks, the second post d to belong to the c"'lIte ot a discharge aa &ty, Irish and Scotch do. Ale and Por. : 5honUers. Butter Cheesr. Lard.Flour.Btt ,,
.' Tuesday before the first Monday of November. I Weight mar?, doubled: taxed. tcr, Cnamiwgn Wine. Madeira, do. Sherry do t Rye Flour Crackers. Raisins Sugar C... Tces.

i"-- # Forth. county of St. Jo !*, en ,the first !Monday t J SIMPQNSberifland Admr. Tert,J*. Congress Water Cordials, Claret Wlllf',1'I Tobarco. ,&c. / .0..
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