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: May 8, 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
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00085

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THE ANCIENT CITY TliE EXl'EDITION.TO[ J.'PAN.i ports of Japan,nnd there to dispose of their I and
IS I happy, as.they would be, if they followed MISCELLANEOUS
PrIELlantir-Wj EKLY I TinVjihliinjun| rorrenpitudcnl) of" the rlernld cargoes either by sale or by. barter, withoutf him. To an inquiry of the servants as to ITEMS. -
VERY HA TURD AY, hu |ri.cuntl{; fcir .dint paper cypics's 'o being ,,8ubj' tcJ, to eztrn,agaat.port charges; I whejher he sometimes did not meet with dif I II Gold. has been found in New Zealand, aOlago. \ ,

HIT BY J.V. S1.Ell: MAMJCY, live, (If iho ino"st ,impurt.inj' fiiJcuim'ntii irunsiniuiil .,- and evenmoie important is it that the gO eT'Ii. I ficulty, he replied that he had got into one '
4AT TWO O.c.L.aUI'D. *Ynof; ADVAVCK.i. <<' i.. .iho ftrruite by the 1'rr.srdctit, In i, runt of Japan should bind ilulrto protect Amen.t scrape which cod him eight hundred dollars, Wages have risen suddenly Ulster, Ireland -. '

.at'iasrrted... .tx ,' connection I ; ,uijb Jiinjuier! la the EinNror.' | .. "ila1l tailors and property vhicn may 'be on their I but was too smart to be 'caught again; and if I rum ten pence to sixteen pence a, day!

. t rrlntreactions'ta' '#, rJure t JTiie: ,>8ecood niticle of our, treat with de ecJed,.be could;got,.be taken ashejeonsid-. ,ile countess of Merlin, the well known"Icn .
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fHi*i. ii> ..piTY-ttvc Cutrx for>acb eubafAdcdiictio (Dwnwaforr AK/trJt.,, Siam, embrace these bjF'-: : '" that could" 1' ';be put* uponbii'n." Here rt i' lr,,to,-test y r thepint : :!; Ifiousan< J lYe7_were landed -Cub "

' *eat.JesnttoR. wiU I* ju>dco t'I I B.* DEMRTMEJCT or STATE, lVn"t.lnJttonIOlh Every: treaty hasrtd be subjected fo the Senate'for1 Messrs.. McClendon and Love suddenly fn 844, and lixty'lhoc.Iaand in Bnail in n 1848.. r .

user rertedfvrtzmoatb* : ., \ June, 1851. C ; ratification, as you are ware. In con. made thetfnppeanucei trell armed, and he The Newspaper
DAM! 3TertiNfincnii mast be paid for beforeitMer$6atmk C.JUHODOBE JOHN tl. API.-CK-Sir : The I,Euleration of the great distance between the submitted t to arrest in silence. After the arrest, have to publishers In Louisvllte ..:
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'" .. is n'lIflieh ,lilICt 'I i tu countries' end unforeseen ,difficulties, !it .he avowed-himself an ,aboirtionisl-,perhaps suspend Sunday work. :
Mby a regular customer. Djrjwfrr ;the link in the cba" a ;
'. ri- t tu'Ont term. the rrquinite Burn tmy lie ntcrr- fir nctiin Blejim tuiViicnt'oti h 1..1,,, fi.rmej. .would rodent should you succeed io effectling : preferring ihat}charucter( to/vllurreiite, which PBAYITO WJL :BALL ROOM.Rather :queer .
f tho!
r lflriiafro'trtnjpniitted adyVrtieruieul. From' China alit the .Enul InJiifS, to E ypt, object proposed; to fix. tho period for he evidently seemito be--although no very .' circumstance, not put down in the programmeof Ii'
; ktae. hence through the'SltHHicrrnneitn and he At- the exchnngo; ; the ratification nt three years. experienced one, as we would judge from'his -the- ing'nmua menta, occurred at Jb.. ;
p .A4I v.wtWuBenti uot',,ei rkrJ ijuh the nuu lainic oceiin "-Englnhli, thence aia'to our i am, errr spcctfuliyyour.obdicntservant, proceedings in this case.-After some consults- Hamilton House hall on Wednesday evening1'

be? of iatrjrtioos required, will 'L ;';OIiliuurd l lurIt'LI happy! .-h'tedt aiul( (.ih ;r pints *tol this'frnptffiiitinnit ..... ..- D.s.':xL WMSTBR. .I iron' a? to what disposition should boo made,of which created no little amusement and aura ".,<
f ,i cWharpd (or. ? ;.-1. from our o-n purls to the souther- Ihe,fi-llow.he" was surrendered to,the_ civil au- p ice. It appears that some use sent an invitation 1"

Nodce ''Debtors sud Cranston, I" -t' : j, $7 A MJl'' : ilodtifurLetteuof'AditilnlsfralfnnU ,"Iv W, two western con'incnts, nbtPfrpm its Pacific Fundrv documents' relating 1o the JuoanoaeExpediitob -Tallahassee Sentinel..April 21.. who holds forth ia the citv at orcuent to cr.tw.' ,,
rapt)'-t,.iiorihiind "Otti"nt."i' fur as civilf"inn were'se'ilt info'the' Senate, by the I acct congregations attend the said '\yall.; .:" '.
It. l tl et.Jl! oal"notice" qr.ID:\ ? ; i .I rural'. '*,'*" s' rends the ,,, mcn.if.* other'' niandEn President, on Monday The following i is an ARREar or All, ALLEGED SWIHDLKK AND BioiMIST. This; 1 lie did, and entering the ball soon com- :

toUlllt, "r H, ,: */ *.*, ., J .nor. own, curry ititultigence.tho interesting exirdettfrom the.) J letter of.Pr4st: .-A man calling himself Dr. Haynes of msnced praying tu the vast number who went

JT!'>AHbHUiorJob Priotiaji musi. be paid on of the wbrtd'l1nd thousands of travt:|. dent Fillmqre, jto'the Emperor ,of Japan; :its New Orleans; who had l just been married'io; to pay their devotionat, toe shrine of Terpsi ) ,

'I i the JcmyjBf the work. 'lees. f ., tone does hot, sustaifi the brlltgitenireports Miss Webb, one of the most'respectable young chore, instead of attending a prayer: ? meeting.! ..

fetters Y on tartar nod It 'M+ PrdjhJcntVrrriplnbn lint-stops should ,which, journals claiming to be in, the confidence ,I ladies of Paducnh, (Ky.t was arrested at Clarksville but, bcfuire be!had proceeded far, a volceVas "'
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of the Tenn., on the: Uth instant, charged with heard ** .
be taken at uncle; amenable; olir enterprisinirmcrchantu Executive: have circulated con-, -"forward four: The music cooiimenced '
1iI aat .n lD to receive attention, ce the the having: several other'wives, and also with, attempting the .
Expedition and.
t jjupply-iliu-(! laat Knk in that, great .objectsvdf : playing EJd r'..-voice waa < j J
"*"" K1*** chain, "'Iluch unlfo all nations, of the World, "I send i you ,by this letter an envoy of my to swindle Messrs. Webb Hunting drowned by the "noise and confusion." He I
A'd: ) n ;'; kin;:provision by the early establishment{ of n"" line of steam own appointment', Jfin, .officer of 'high rank in. Louisville, out of 1200; bales.of ;cotton. It shortly after retired.-Chicago.Ado. 'a

-expense' 6f, the City of ears In-nVCulHomirtto China Jn:..order to fa.,' his Country, .
H.>:AHni, .tlao for the fear 1859, ci'iiu'c this enft rprise' it is desirable+ that we i 'He goes by-my co'i-mand to bear to you my I he, made the acquaintance of a vaunt T.IIO.IBJ' POWER.=The ,Washington'*vcorrespondent '
)Titttfrdtfiiei bf the Mayor ;*ud, Aldrruteif o' should obinin front the Emperor of Japan I ..erecting and good wishes, arid to promote I from the latter city, to whom" he pi+sd of 'tha) Charleston Courier says: 'I
tb Off ./ & Augustine, ill Council Aetlled, permission to purchase from his subjects the fri .ndthip and commerce. between the two j hirnwlf" off ltI a rich southern planter. On arriviOifat "rho President commuted( the sentence of
I'Mtot&e purpose vfnwing lupptirl! for the year; uere-Karv supplies of coalj which our steam 1 countries. Cincinnati he was introduced to theyoung Wells from deith by hanging;to imprisonment '.
rstfomsandright,[ ban jred' end tiftj.iwo, the folktiHaf red in their out nnd inward 'You know' that the United States of Amer man's family, and in a,, short time was fur life'in the{Penue 1tiarl. ,He was a U. S.
...*. Taxes shfell be ttasnwcJ, levied nod eollee- voyage may ica married to his list r. Thadav alter the mar Marine, and bad la '
: quip The well) known JcaloulI -.with which now extend from sea to sea; that the great a drunken quarrel,shot a { !
teat; that i.10 uy : Urn Jnpaitene;, Eniptrd has, for the last two countries of Oregon and California J are parts riage he pretended that he had received a telegraphic man. The President was solicited l to commute'the

t>s eveiy'ftble twdjed stave belonging resident w-uitunes, njccted all overtures from other, of the United;;States ;' and that from these dispatch requiring his immediate sentence by four clergymen ojfihu ci,U-,
within Aid City brtwrro lh Bgrt 4Jf fifteen and nation to its ports to their vessel! em- countries, which are' rich in gold and silver, presence on one of his southern plantations; who bad 'become acquainted with Wells and
fifiy.fire jtw.Tvtlrt sad a lolf ccttlt.Oa open and, borrowing of trim his,wife "
ttarruise nil new to the and p recious atones, our steamers can reach a large 'sum money since his nondei anulion.-The Press
crrry dare belonging to a nonresident of thir' elusive policy of that ntJcmps country.change, ex the shores of your happy land in less than: bis new brother /In.la\v.left his wife behind, dent submitted to the Atto ney-Leneral the "
8tautfurhire oreerree. Tcnftillors.OB and started for New Orleani. On his
The of twenty days. way questiouofdis power to, commute.a sentence.- '
inierestfi and
every able boSieJ Free p non of color, mateor commerce, eventhoseuf down the .is said he and
rivnr.'it be
ol ships will in proposed marriage opinion of that officer
Many now thAt
our was the
pass' ,
should every
demandihowever, that
fcwale I between the egea of fifteen and fifr.6"fJtlt' humanity, we !
to the of the President
daughter of the boat
Tu* Dollars. make another appeal to the sovereign of that year,nnd lon.10 perhaps In every week between ; captain had the power. Heretofore baa
California and China these and was accepted, but the ceremony was pos'- teen doubled whether the President had
"Oa every two wheel pleasure carriage drawn by country, in asking. him to sell to our steamers ; ships must the
Bjior e One Dollar. -not the manufactures of his artizans or puss along the const of your Empire : storms paned until alter their arrival at New Orleans. power of commutation, though he .has that of

&S every four wheel, Carriage drawn by one'horee", the results of the toil of his husbandmen-but and winds may CRUSt them to be wrecked on Subsequently he pretended that he was compelled I pardon President Monroe, in two cases, and E
"n lW Uar.. ,* a gift Providence, d,posited by the Creator your shores<< and we ask and expect from your to ItOp',at a place on the ri er to see I President Tyler in one case, came to.the opin
"" 1>1"cry fear wUeei carriage 'dr wfl'b,' two hoe I all things, in the depths of,Japanese Islands, .friendship and tour greatnes, kindness for .one of his: fllrr s-- so that thi cnpt in'. daughter ion tbat.thu. Executive had not the power of

-.JJtUu.f.. -....... ,:.: -....-.ttI- "Il.011 ..,........-.'\ 'or the bcnefiurf Jhuhuman:: Jy.. our men apd protection for our properly. Wit made a lucky escape. Returning-he came commutation of puph hnieut.w ;
every borne kept for hire and other hpnea not By 4he Presidents ilirectiun I now' trans I wish thatoWpeople tnayttfferrtiftted'ta! trade ,Ito Paducah,marrteJ Miss Webb, and again t' .. v _.__ ,, < -*, -i
rpf rinelpally lor tabor Fifty Ctnts.f mit to you n letter to the Emperor, of vftth ) our.people, but we shalTnot authorize i took,passage for Naslivilla, but, his characterbeing FIBK Rios AMD PROBABLE Loss or Lin.- --
4. L, it ordained For License discovered, he was overtaken at Clarks Philadelphia
further every I with which I them to break any law of your Empire. I II April2A stable and two houses ,
to have or keep Bray and every Cart, Dray, Rag ([ Jeddo nn open his copy) in you are to carry I "Our object is friendly commercial intercourse ..I j ville, placed in irons, and sent back to Pudit- were burnejl ibis morning ut the corner of ,
too or Carriage of either Irtcription lor the purpose 10 capital, your flug ship, accompanied and nothing m" re You may have proj j cab fur trial. His Cincinnati wife and her 1th Lombard street. .
of the I t'
vessels or.lho
by a.many squadron
carrying or transporting for hire or fe'ard.Good. brother passed through Loui ville a few days the Shinier
ductions which we should be glad to buy,und : house Company, while return
unJer comrmnd '
Warev, r AlerchandiM or any other property from your as ,may con v. have ago, for Paducab.WASINGTOS'S jag from 'the fire 1
we productions which might suit your were attacked on Lombard
uf niently be employed in this service. A Chi
oat place u> another within thirdly at the rate street
.SizD.Uere annum. neso translation of this letter will .be furnished people.'Your. near Eighth, by a gang of rowdies be-
tr the United States Can. Empire contains a great abundance PIBTE-DAY AT BOESOS A,onES._ l lunging-toanoibur; company. Policemen Wal
! 1 3, Be it further ordained That sections, two, ;o you by legation at
three,bur, nit, teven and eight, of the Ordinance ;onnnd: sent to.your anchorage at Hong Kong of coal; tbU nan article which our steamers, An American citizen writing from Buenos Ayres ton and Junes, in attempting to stop the riot, ; i
making provision for the expenccs, end for paying or acnn.I in going from California to China, must UIl8. under dateofSSJ February eat s- were attacked and struck, with. bricks and f" a
tkrdebtaof the City of:4t. Augustine, passed the I At one of the latter places you will roba. They would be glad jhat n harbor in your Empire "As yesterday was the;anniversary of Wash other missiles. They then drew their revol :
third day of March 1849, and also nectiona, two, I ably meet with a nniional vessel, detached by i should be appointed to which coal mightbo ington's birth day, Mr.: Pendleton called on ver and fired upon the assailants,and James ':t

three and r'ut of the Ordinance making provision I the commodore of the squadron in the Pacific brought, and .where they might"always be Gen.. Urquiza the day before to'ask him to call iillespie., belonging to the Moyamensing

ford expaneet or the City of St. Augustine pas ([as YOU will perceive by the enclosed copy of tble to, purchase it. at his house otter the services and drink a House Company, was struck in the back by a j
ed the rijtth day of January 1851, and all ordiasoeea&nd correspondence between this, arid the Navy "In many usher respect, commerce between glass of wine to his memory. Urquiza said he bait, and it supposed is, mortally wounded.

parts of ordinances, that can be ap- Departm') to to a number of your Empire and our country would be usetul should be most happy to Jo so. Every American The ufllcers have surrendered themselves to
pU diaaidof the provisions of thia Ordinance,except shipwrecked Japanese carry mariners you who were to both. Let us consider well what new interest in the place was there to meet him. He I await bn investigation.The ..
!" ttch aa may be inconsistent with this. br and nriy arise from these recent events, which remained two hours, much pleased with his o J
if Jame are hereby declared to be in foil force. some time ago picked up at wilt sen'I by take the with barque have brought our two countries so near together reception,and left with three times three hear Massachusetts House of Representatives ii :'

failed in Ccncr.il, December G, 1851. Aukland. These men you you I ; and what purposes of friendly amity and ty cheers. The course pursued by our Minister >assed to a third reading on Thursday by 11. i I
and deliver them officers I
to Jeddo (over to the ,
CEO L PHILLIPS Mayor.Attest I majority of cleven'vuleal the bill
to nullify the
'intercourse this ought to inspire in the heartsof has made him very popular. : ;
the them i
ot Emperor, giving through fugitive slave law. I'
thoxj who both countries. "The orator of tbe '!iav.was eloquent.
,;Cii,s.1U A ACER Clerk of the Con ucil.AuOrdluauco your inU-rprcter.tln assurance (that the American I govern of Rout very his ,; ,
eovernment will never ;mil) to treat with I I After giving a 'yrannyand MDo you like novels ?" sail l a Miss Languish' ;
kindness of the natives cf whom', crimes, he wound up with that of Washington to her -
nil addition to anift. any Japan A DANGEROUS FELLOW ENTRAPPED: ; of the South. At this time six of up country lover., "I'can't sty, answered ;
Ordtuaace Iatluir Co the Po nlsfoltune may bring to our shored; and thatit We have a letter from n respectable ciliz-.'n men he, "for 1 never ate any ; bu:, I tell ;
lice of ttto Cily of &t. Angastluc expects similar treulment of such of its own of Thomasville Ga., dated the 22J. instant, war were firing a salute in honor: of the, day. you .what, I'm iremenduous at young Pus- .

&ordained ty the Mayor and Aldermen of citizens as may bo driven. on the coasts: of Ja which furnishes: an account of the detection Mr. P. bad prepared a lunch. After introducing som t"PBOLIFIC. ,
IIi Cltr d St. Agit3tineTht any person or pan. aad arrest ot a confessed abolition emissary the General to the company, Urquiza requested

pereotw ihall commit or cauae to be committed or The letter ot the President to the Emperor but more probably a pure Murrelite. The them to fill for a toast. This he prefaced .-A woman at Liege, in Belgium ,

aid or be concerned committing tretpau UPon nf Japan you will deliver to such of his high writer had forgollon the name the man hailed with a few remarks upon the characterof was lately delivered of three children, making

any lot, garden, grove or plantation within the officers as he may appoint for the purpose of h}., and! we suppose from the tenor of the account "and then gave, The Memory of Washing twenty lour in nine years. She had eight ac- .'t f
City of 8 1. Auguatine, or neon any fruit tree ahrabberjr receiving it. To them you will explain the ,that he is an entire stranger. ton. couchnients and was delivered of three chi '

plant, vine or vegetable growing in any main object of your visit.Mineral On the 21st instant he went to the House of dren each time.

such lot,garden, grove or plantation than be concerned coal is so abundant in Japan, that a free negro woman, where seem to have been, Curittos Ilitlarieal Fact.-During the troublesin

ia destroying or carrying away any fruit the government of that country can have no perhaps accidentally, collected several ne the reign of Charles 1, a country girl "Have
Vegetable or thing of suchorperaonaiffree you travelling inkstands asked
value therein any T
growing : :
ttgp shaU, on conviction for reasonable objection to supplying our steamers i roes, and to them be opened his business came to London in search of a place as a servant a lady of a clerk atone of our stores r
) stationary
,etsh offence, be subject a fine not exceeding tee at fair prices, with that great necessity of t He was full of commiseration and fired with maid, but not succeeding hired her the other day. MNj m am ; we have themwith

.mitre&r, the coats of prosecution: and if a slave, commerce. One of the Eastern ports of Ni i benevolent. purpose of taking them all to self to carry beer from a warehouse, feet and legs but they are not old enough
he or the shall be liable to whipping not excluding phon would be the most desirable place for St. Domingo country where they could enjoy and was one of those called tub woman. The to travel yet," was ihe pert reply.A .
i stripes, and die like costs : And in every case this purpose.! Should, however, ,the Government ,.freedom.-After a string of golden proms brewer observing a good looking girl in this
conviction the offender hall stand committed of Japan persist in following out its ave* lis[ and a thread of murder if they disclosed low occupation, took her into his family as a
\it 1M 5.. or penalty and all costs haU! have tern of exclusiveness, you might, pe-hnps rhea subject of the interview, he appointed a servant and after 'a short I time! married her. WILD MAR.-The Panama Star has the
ramtkoed and paid: induce them to consent to the tansportationt rendc'zvuus at the'same house, after night, telling << I- I: He died while she was yet a young woman and following : A lama days since some of she aura

y' lit further ordained That it shall not be law. of the coral by their .own veseeialoa neighboring them to collect a. many as could bears left her the bu'k of his fortune. The buisnessof veyors engaged on the Panama Waterworks

for)ny luercnatit or shopkeeper or other person island, easy of access, whWe the steamers lied on with safety,as; be wanted to take with brewing was dropped, and Mr. Hyde area discovered something in the shape of a man
key epena eton,or dispose of any goods chnt-; could supply their wants, avoiding thus the him all he could, both bond and free. recommended to the voting woman, as a skill sittint on the bank of a stream, a few miles

t,.amot ercitandia on the Sabbath day or I necessity of an intercourse with any largenumber This conversation, by mere accident, was ful lawyer, to- arrange her husband's atlases from this city. He was entirely naked, and .
not or sill. the tame,shall on conviction be find of the people of the country.It overheard by a lady who communicated i it Hyde, who afterwards Earl Clarendon, had very long black hair. The party addrea-
u-J&esata of tea dollars for every such offence, to- -widow's fortune considerable cd him both in Spanish and English, but be
her is considered important that you shouldvail forthwith to Messrs. W. A. Ivey. P. A. Love, findiugthe mar
.- with,tna coats the appeared not to understand either
f ofproaecoting same. ried her. By this marriage there and refusing -
J.tt further. yourselves of every occasion to impresson and William McClendon and they at once
( itu4,That shall not be lawfula't.per0 those Japanese officers with whom youViii took measures"to entrap the rascal. Love and ether issue than a daughter, who was afterwards any intercourse with them, escaped in ,
*kjr Wauelf
servant or f agent, to give,, the woods where
the the wife of James 11., and mother ol f they were unable to Pen ee
sea or barter,to any slave or slaves, any vinous, ) be brought in contact, that the govern* HcClenjdon secreted themselves in House, him."
aplritona or intoxicating liquors wi'hout an express meat of the United States does not possess any and other citizens lay in wait outside. The Mary and Anne, Queens of England. ,

licence in writing from the person having the control power over the religion. of its own citizens, negroes collected and acted as decoys. .
of said dave or slaves, under the penalty ol f and that there is, therefore, no cause to apprehend True to his appointment the rascal madehis u An unfortunate man, Mansfield Hull, lost THE BIO.UlIsr-Joanna Council, convicted
treaty dollars for each and every offence, with the that it will interfere with religion c fotber appearance at 9 o'clock in the evening,and his life in a most shocking manuerby haying of having married two men in Washiugton, '
, eoMt sAdtnelttfonBerahatlbeeatitled: to the one countries. \ found a hearty welcome.( The evening .was his clothes caught in some machinery i in has failed to receive the interference of the

half. .haW'peaalt,: and if the person or person The President al hough fully aware of the chilly, and they all drew round the fire. He an iron foundry at BirminghamConn.) last President, and on Tuesday she was removed

M.&.dill..U be a licensed abop keeper, his orlh&tlAlwe great reluctance hitherto shown by the Jo,* threw down a large boodle of cooked provisions week. The Daily.Journal says he waft whirled from the jail .to the Penitentiary, to remain under "
: shall be revoked. panes goverment to enter imp treaty stipulations and carted for something to eat. At first, I around a shaft at the rate of one hundred the seotenco for two years.
PedtaC.. .May 26th, 1851. with any foreign notion-a feeling be Was exceedingly apprehensive and suspicious and sixty revolutions per minute, and was tl

'tr E. B. GOULD,Mayor. which it is sincerely wished that you may be -listened very closelydeclared l with an I whirling at this speed when discovered. The I Did you marry your wife'or her fortune?"

able to overcome* has thought it proper, in oath that there was something wrong-some shaft was within four feet of.the edge or top said ironically a gentleman lathe husband of s
.* CitA$. HAAGERS Clerk of the Council. anticipation of this latter' favourable contin body lying in wait. The negroes told him it of the building, and within a few feet of the a rich lady with ,a disagreeabl countenance,

( -!-.- el1cr to invest you with, full power to negotiate was imosiblo-the dogs were two severe and window, and at the first time round, the legs and a disposition resembling her face.'. ,
I Tooth Powder, dec. and sign a treaty of amity and commercebetween watchful for any body to approach without of Mr. Hull dashed out the window and sash, "Certainly not," answered be.
; J *. Cine laBel'. Tooth Powder, Engler2'acthbruebes h the United States and the Empireof their Knowledge. He then sent out a servant and, striking the edge of the shop, were I Was it fur the sake of her beauty?"

I JLF ,Cologne Water,French Soap, Japan. to reconnoitre, who returned and reported all t broken' just below the knees, they were then "No I cannot way it wa ,"repl!lied the husband.

! Camphor PkBeoma Soap, Honey Soap aborted Perfcmea, I transmit herewith the act of the President, right-whereupon he made the doors fast-and wippcd into a myriad number of pieces, the "Did you marry her for the sake of'her
CM.Bears Ofl toilet Powder,fine Sponge, business. He about the size of a small cord !" ,
I H* clothing you with that: power; aa also copies proceeded to questioned the largest being temper
S s Dff.$$,Bose Water, JinUtary Shaving Soap, of the treaty between:the United States and tierantlcloscly as to tbeir disposition to follow When the mutilated, body was taken down, it "Not in the least." .
I ? ; es, Roger's Perfumery Jockey Clobb, him, and becoming satisfied of this fact, .w. s discovered that the neck was broken "In the devil's for
A'; Mao, u allOnmmt of Bogei's &, W orteaC.l1e7 China with Siam and Muscat, which may ito : name, whose sake did you'
l om-m ;,Fancy note aid' Bath letter Paper, a certain extent be of use to you aa precedents.It he talked of his success in previous operations which it is thought, was caused by the tightening marry such a wuitlant"l .. .;,...
tbo kind. He said he had carried off of his clothes or the sodden jerk he received MI married "
I &tft br 'B ECA / important that.you should secure to oar of thirteen her for God's sake, answered '
Not lots slaves all of whom / I when beau first caught by the 'shaft. the husband
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"' TilE ANCIENT CITY / -- [For- the Ancient--City]- flew York Corirepottdea. i--eiJiONl'L: t.RICKLfIIUKSE.. nh iot *'ii 'thi.., ; :so Jed b.InKr J :|'?;Y ;;I \.'

; 1 United Stated Court. Haw You April.27,1852. | I have never been nbletunsceilain the origin (,alone! { Rinii-:rtliuibiiiiilundt' ,
6. and the : Shot: old Itoan t' thundered '
the Cricklnya ;
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I Ma. EDiroa :-Wejfind in the General( Pre have seen no estimate:made, or reckoniog'kept ; x Drake>f th'i*q-iarrel.They had lived within a mile of t-nrh the Lord JI.irrvJ.nI did you shoot the CoIUOI:1'rr. t ",:;. I

sentment of the Grant Jury of Putnam Count I of the quantity ot rain which has fallen' other i in Illinois for live years, nnd from the bos ?' '. :.

:+ w v made at the late Term of the Circuit Court on this island this spring but it mould seem as .first rf. their acquaintance, there hnd bevn a !j i. 'I| ,lid'.nl do nny thins: efj ..' q. '

for that. coucty, in one of its clauses, proposing if wiih other California: imports, we have had mutual feeling of dislike between the two fiUlU-1 j I ,.Devil jdo\il! groan*! tlw hit:- \r. :'

IQv.u.an. OT FCDKBAIr 1UOUTS A3D OXTEJUflHETBESJSTAVCX a change in. the lace of holding the sessions large consignments of its weather large enough.. |lie s. Then mjsunduistanding.about farms J(, revealed, j I 'Ami of tlum..p.ur the ut'd.JcdcniJwu must : n.n 1\o.: ,.,
ut' their respective part pleaxe
TO.ALL WHO OFPOSl THEM.. of.the tJ&DisU. Court.thu following more 'indeedto materially drain its market andJJoo j I the boundary Indent flame,'and Cot.. Cr.c..kl..y having of- sufi i 'I trolled| | atury the hors rap, and hiy'father tied hit Jira.. .,.,':;

ST.. AUGUSTINE. .MAY.8n, 1851O ". than strange. language put forth. The town our own ; fur.it bm fact that while the ,skies I, lowed a flit buck all one afternoon and wonnd- back with cord! nnd lei'ihim mumlin n..t, -" '
,, '. L 'of JacklOOyi\le.\ beting; the commercial 1 point in I di.cborged.Jb.eir storms so copiously and fro- ''i ed him;came up t him, ani! found old Drake UKnnd trec-n'ex'Krtly oj iflio was allY ,a..4n J '. -
The- i East Florida"and in lbjudicialdKtrict quently.upun, thii.scciion lost rioter the rmv- his sons cutting him up. This incMcnl fancy the Oiluiicl !oiu M citch
only objection we,s*>e, to the corn. .n Central: position, ( nn .:
thai there
time ho h !
oddedfuel to list: tiro nod fr m : < hwou't it Don J I.ke I' .
munfeation of an "Old Town Subscriberand of course, i is meant, if anything idea of California, where rqin wvis.sa.jnucb do',. waft-nothing' the two families did nut d.. to at ''I (Old! Driiku'tf head fell up iti hit brM -

i that wo cheerfully waive. ,) is, that..we think be isj) "rend rl it a peculiarly place* sired by the miners,and is usually pkaty.fit nor each other.,' They shot each uth r.1J ducks fl; rat hill empty pocket book: and lonkW It

attaches too much. I importance, to that portion for the sessions of ..theJederal 1 Court.** That t trial reason, were comparitively dry. in the river, purpose I ly mistaking them ftrwitd hu broken riot Thou in a rueful tone, h tt* .

r 'of the Putnam County Grand- I Jury Presentment our neighbor city .Jacksonvile, is enjoying i ia in There are two'kinds. of comment upon Kossuth ones rail then, by vvi.y of refttutiuncommruced whi+p-red to ih: boys>> --

\ which baa reference toa, removal. of. the commercial point of' view, aume advantage very frank *cxpxesaian at SpringfieldMas.nf killing off each other' pigs and I ilu'l 1!:Sam if IIJ..kel B..rtll--1'1I hut if touisvcr I skin toll it-nt.it'lQ, *

Sessions of the U. H. District, Court, from Si. over Si. Augustine, is not f denied ; but. how % his disapproval/ the opposition{ calves.One evening, Mr. Drake{ ,the elder, wn.i retn,rd Harry buy llua..vct( IxxMmhi, you alive linouaadead K '

Augustine to Jacksonville. Looking upon the the fact of mere commercial superiority ; unattended ,. ,made;to Ijiru and his mission by a portion of iinY, home with his '(takctua: ut ruck'tilt j hursu Half an hour at ten dollars a'sftqp' /**t eAt

proposition' as supremely ridiculous, we bad by any other important pre-emi. the American people and press. One party from Chicago, where ho had been 10 dispose !t that moment Sum Ml!I into tho tfuttt'f-J al.".

determined to pass it by without commenthaving ;. incnce "renders it a outre peculiarly fit place regard tm strictures qs.mtfepid and true; the of a load. -of grain.-Sam Barstou was with dragged him out ins n
however, decided to 1 insert .our cor res. for the sessions of the Federal Court i" than other derfounce. a an..inlrat .gre dy and th him on tho which wagon. intervened and as tbvy betwien approache themand ,1 I I butlstffalmost: to death. _. .

pond DtI' article )the the one at which have been held from la Boston ho'' would e grove
on subject, .we will take I they presumptions. appear to Mr. Druku'a boast! ho ob'ncd.tu. hw CULf F: OF THE
occuion'Just to,re'markre'n the first establishment, of that! tribunal and have enthusiastic: friends.dctennined TpUATO.
4 : pant ; (and" we' many to companion. Thi most excellent 't'JC''..hibl is fast txcomn'zan !
do In ol where the United States sive ut him (through{ in '\Vhnt beautiful mirk Colonel Crltk.eyold *r
,. so, no spirit unkindness towards ou own ..1he.ezte. ,, P good shape. Upon his n in.litpenS'bhfllrlich: ofl..t wuhthuriib B4f'

{tfIgt.boun" In who o" commercial' rrOlp.rit Y commonious and valuable edifice, in which return to New York City be will I doubt not, roan,is over yonder' the jMjurwinil it is furtun-itu that i* is*>-.frwiik

\WI beard .reJoSc.. Lut as'a q..re opined trutb; |Je sessions1! take.j>lace! ,..!..n4 Ahq offices' |>ertulntog be .welcomed. J by a large number of, our citi? Wang. hi'! muttered-*- bid-* Drake,'sa it Is.s'De trersa- i peculiar IS .Yur raw,and tho lnnuli'M .

r ,kit he stems to" ns; td'dcnoclt( Jazks'oav. 11e rcn. ; id'iheCourtn ,K"weirar otticTgoveTn* 'zeau.. .:'.'&...i" ,V .h" ., .' .":.It:iJ' ," bout t.etve.rud borlpt the iagcrwnw ruou. -. : f-wtrf* irr which tan betttJo! J3in .
tt c cutnlosuu of ii tiniies i n\\A :.itbt :
i trelity i in the matter, into pretty particularnonentity. ment offices are located 4 is a 'proposition,t I hear no expression of opinion, god or Involuntarily, Drnke stopped .his tenm. .He of the very bt v -rni.fust's: Hint can be fttett_ "y-": '

not by any' minus solresdily; assented to ; because bad, in regard to the appointment of Luther glanced furtively around then with n .queer into tho.stonfich. Nr.lfroc* nnd rhil.lransho-iy '.
its correctness is not ; Bradish! smile the old hunter took up tm ride from the have frcttflccei s to the toinnt vine.. ..
easy to discern."'I Eqr. as the successor of the late ex; rail rnisiru it to \hill\ IYttli'' !
O We bare i bottom of the ,
the received a communication, The Northern. United States Judicial District of governor Young in the office of U. S. Ass{ i- shoulder drew a w.lgon sight on the t;uluu !I'* In r re. wonld not prefer taking tuiattoi.. nicelf( I.
over signature of "Justire t sliced with a little pperrnlt and
( eomPl.tininin k Florida, embraces, I believe, the entire Statfrom tant Treasurer; in New York. If there wereany 'BeautiluU'muttered! Drake, lower K hi< rifle over them, to calomel;pf?_, vincjpr
substance that t r even whir
"in 'the ruu4n !
published proceed* its Eastern to I its Western extremity. T expectation of a change of employees! : it I with the air i,f a m;lD resisting ft puwerful' I -t pn-fer them stewed, wih a little' .
tags of the lute "ui1'r,
Democratic State Convention; except only the counties of Monroe andDade 'would doubtless make more stir. temptation.I..could drop ulf'Shoot' Roan t I6U easy! butter and some grated brut ,ton',blue pill! ...
the record ap Bantlun who hived{
f there exhibited is Sam ,
not, in -proper" which form the Southern District. Now Jack.lO:1villt" Bunk and bankers sterling bills ot exchangei ; Tomatoes an* vxccvtlmgly rnsy of culture, ,
I consistence with fact, ns regard some ol the fun in any shape. growing in n I most soi' hut like =
: i i4 in Duval.the NortbeaHtermost in nny ; alinmt -
! coo England were great, demand yesterday as No, no, wouldn't do, said toe old hunter( ,
delegates appointed the-Balllmorn ov'ry..ther plant rare( immen fly
Convene ty but one in the State, and is fur from beIng -.1 soon as it became known thAt a single house glancing' cautiously around bun,ugajn. cultivated-in rich suit. nnptiimlwhen (

I lion.--<ing 'With: hat the, names of said delegates as equidistant, a [Ipoint as Si. AUJulline.between .*J I had "cleaned. out" the market at an advance of 'I won't tell,' said Sam. ,. grown in heir jjrea ml perfection Tomiluex, should' tofa nut j '
life not all nlacrdjn aid proceedings 'Wul, I won't shoot lira limo nny -way, ull 1!
the Northern and Southern It be allowed. ripen their fruit the
) extremes 9J cent. on
: per gave an impetus to stocks al- round.
in the order in tell. The horse too iii h. It hr wit r.
wbkby stock!, on the list of of the judicial district in which or no if The fruit in inclined to rot, and even the
they ore em- j 110, and the crafty originator of the excitationtook twelv o tlu're'd' be sound
j nominees t fitly rods elf instead of -, <
as it &
submitted! have
was to )
the Con no"* an the
ten. braced such the fact advantage of it to'sell This Is'tbo plant
: ,- being by what method out. a bare posVibiiity.ofmistaking, him for n .lrefj
,tionan4: aye' ting n oreover that to des : that fortunes are and lost. :Cis Ind.t..lliht: i it >hotiM' be trained t ; : ,na. of reasoning, or rule of cborography ; thnHonorable' way made I'd let fly. As .it i is,, I'd give jhc Colonel fiver or what N batttt'liiJ, make frame '
;tlon of official rank, was affixed to the name : "Joshua '8ilct;' the enlightened I It was aid yesterday that the St. Mary dollars fats shot.* laths, placing i hit Iah! som" six work of
of either on said list, far loss Buck of Georgia was protested about S WI Al that moment, the Colonel hicn elf stepped rn.healpart
so at as those head of the late Grand Inquest of PutnamCo'untf. I] (S I and' .place the frame each aide of the vines' .
for one of the districts is concerned ago for 820.000. and yesterday a notary in from behind a bit oak, not huU'a dozen paces Hhailtr th
two of the j whereas arrives r at the sapient conclusion at: this city performed the same disagreeableoperation d istant, and stood before Mr. Druki*. +'arunndarnunrthnvkktswilbl Imr<
delegates for that districtnow nppear it is "a ttntrtd because the and straw, and trtnv will grow live fo et high
in the
position united Northernjudicial I j bank bad no funds here Well, why dnn' you shootl' .
oaths each sid.
lath with ihoirtbeautiful
a. lilW'tceltlemrnwhlle i from theathernnd Mntor District ot Florida, it is impossible i' to bark up u check which it had drawn upon The old man stmriiaered in sumo confusion ""r fruit )

nominee on said jistwho it is urgcJin said I ram free ',confess, for me to understand John U. Winter & Son. That )bu,Colonel 1 I-I was tempted to, id-- Vine, affording riiiiivutinl: every in thus facility to will the picker. /: '

communication, has at least, as legitimate The cotton market is still active. Tho foreign clare! And as 1 Is:1iJI'll will give a V .I t. r ( way cuntiiiihia,
a the idea is in very truth absolutely preposterous : ..1 tearing: u-uil rrn t. Young tonuto plants
claim to iCthfl, cuurte 1il withheld "Our cor reRpondent and news is regarded unfavourable to large one pull. :Ire: t-iiMly) triirwplantcd! Th bo set .
merits > in.-iy
only ridicule and therefore X and il'na ,
exp rations of flour Say an bargain .
and meal and *
wjll, we trust,excuse us.when aliipprnil rs. 'U nuv :out*. \\ hn HiLTIHUH! H nKidcratuIymoi.s"hy
we ot- lo use a metaphor not in my cst'mation, at : are very dainty in their Drake felt fcl his rifle, uud. looked at old '
purchJSes.Vhe at
the !
sfcntinj from the
ferthe, opinion that he awards ; plants! sun *
more than dun too homely, or unrefined for the occasion and lit coming in copfousry: and prices are fal Roan. i fir u lew duy t
importance to the errors to which he refers l ling. Corn continues unchanged Southernmixed '(tow much i is the boss wuth. t' he muttered i :i. .
subject, there would 1 think, be just as much, ; i -
.errors. doubtless, altogether accidental, and correctness and 1.1 .selling for 65 a 65J and yellow at G6 in'13am'a i Po"r. -
propriety in thatthe A WIITY AUCTIONKKll.
asserting About -
which even if designed in a 67c per bushel. New prime pork sells at fifty. ,
of small ,nre our estimation handle of a jug," which according to a i 817 and new mess at $t8 74 a *19. There 'Gad, Colonel i, I'll do It ller ;'a your X 2' The fi,!loMfinff fxCClh''Il.tnrr loses no interrst -

consequence-for w here a correct' common Raying of long. standing and undisputed .1 j pre oceans of I Inrd at 10c:, Beef soils smoothly I The Colonel pocketed the money, mut.er. > bccausR it ii i lru* :-\ young wag sobs

appreciation prevailsJt is the officer who must verity ; is anll on one side*'-is in the I al 86 a $7 26 for primeand mess al lOa $I 3.ing- -' hnil .muJe! "going, tiffins, gone." his prttfension -
tctn/ind not the office give respect: and besides, of the The demand for consumption in the Cuba 'Hanged if I thought youd take mo up -a great Invorito among the knizhti nftlio
we believe that'he who goes to tho Convention, very centre vessel. I Jo not know market is small. It is ,a considerable item,, With high glee, the old hunter put a fr sh bukm, a d all gtioti 1 fellows besides, be-

tit a plain AI',.. do whether the erudite Mr. Sykes understand*I however, to provision a steamer between this t cap on his rifle, stood up in his wagon,' and inn. chosen t'avorito among the Indies-WMmounifd
,.may as good, or at oil events such be the locale and drew close sight raid Roan. seen Boston hind
to of the jug's nppendantconvenience Chagre The butchers' bill fur a single a on once hamavr in sellinga pt xe-
'faithful service for ,the cause, as though the for Ming; but from _batf'hAve trip exceeds sometimes $1200.: chuckled.) The Colonel put his bund before of (furni uic. lIu.W,..*. well convursar.l witb all

term Hon.:, or the more, bedizening prefix ot, beard,-however uninformed he Toe steamship United: States, to connectwith : his face and chuckled too. tho bi'st dramatic prodlwloilli of the day,and,
.c!' '!. or even .that.' of ,Field-Marshal wcr that may be on I the Winfield Scolt; has changed her day I 'Crack w nt this rifle. The hunter tore' out among the rent of the "fI uueh!Jeaek,'* then the
attached to his ,name. point, he labours under no embarrassing:. departure for the new city of Axpinwall> on a horrid oalr{ ..which I will'not rept'at. O.d rage u( Boston whcTo the joke t c..urred.f .**'
I I: d' I noruoe of the position and uses of the.n n- the Isthmus, toMay lIl tb: Roan never stirre,l. Drajces' stared at his rifle 'f Fanny Keniblu w:s nt thai time delighting tb....

.' DELEGATES FOR THE STATE IVLAZSGB.:. sIt, of th.tt most handy utensil. I have JUKIbt O r city trade presents very little of the ':iwnh a face black an Othello town withr her Julia, and everybody s wtStiacquainted 't''t.
j What's the mauor: with hay Fu with the ...
,. ." ,""Hun. D. L. Yulce f.nd Dr. S. \V. Spencer are en)told, that the presentment in question, IM"not ., animation usual in uprinp. Borne uf our more I'm? vervedme you such trick iou ever a ,
Delegates fur the State ut !ergo to the Balti-' Ihe offspring of the Grand Jury Forema 1s' I ambitious dry-good merchants are improving swan!' And Drake loaded the w.tbgrf.at Oh Clilr.mJ.a it rOil t
'uoro Convention. Senator the lime by systemizing their business Teas .. piece Clifford: why d..u't "
i Jlallury ;;\voud! brain, but the sickly) of r wrath and yea pt'ak to me, tte.
bantling irresponsible indignation.
some Lee
havo: been selected had it & Co., originated, I learn
not been stated: in in which '
sly-boots, behind the curtain and :8.<<3, the plan, still observed by a few People said ypu'dlosi your pack u "uho, )ituf are ranked among ,the f ivonte pias
the Convention that Mr. Mallory did not desire that it houses;of large inp,'observed the Co lone;, in, a culling tone of Ihe play.IoGling.. JoinJt-latt call--
read wiling
was not or even shown in the only description '
the appointment, believing that members of Jury orguW, filtv-two--any more i!--fttly-threeI
,!! 1 Congress ought folio be sent to Conventions room-and bl't, man) if not most of the members v.z : ,printed that it calicoes.was better Their idea was, presume satire.Who said so? 11'. a lie!' thundered Dusk thank you, air-fitls-tbrei., dollars -hist call

'charged with, the business of choosing candidates had no knowedge: of it, until it waap ro- well, than in a to, deal in one article 'I can shoot-* once, twice, any more t gone Who in it !" ,;
for President and Vie PresidentFbiridian ." duced variety imperfectly. Now, 'A horse rods! ha ha There was a nobody "
in Court-I do not undertake to youchfor they have another at ten pause aura answered
11 $ ( ,I."Dellegales the truth of this statement of a grossly im. principle. It is to bays plan every though variety oa the under same Drake was livitf.({ -Who is it t who bid fift) -thtee 2" "Cliff..!..l"
the same roof, but divided 'Look yere, Colonel, I can't stand that!' I he cried a voice nenr the door. "0 Clifford is it-
,1 at Large. proper proceeding ; but my informant assures with a distinct into of salesmen different departments began. 'Never mind, the horse can,' sneered: you ?" exclaimed the auctioneer,.die' Ping his

i : Our esteemed cotrmpurnry of the Floridian me that he had it from a gentleman, who was each description of goods set for the Colonel. 'I'll risk ou.' hammer, and clasping hit hand a la Fanny

r 1 and Journal, must we think, when penning i in attendance upon the Court when it was madepu A portion Grinding his teeth Drake produced another | Kemblr The joke was irresistible; every
I !.lie if Washington and Greenwich ten'dollar bill. body recognized it, and satch'inz l the spirit of
; see no
editorial you objections to this
jibe prucecding which appears ns an communication streets in this city are swarmed with German Here!* be growled, 'I am bound to have I the thing, the whole audience followed<< inaaccstncy

r in his paper of the 24ih ultimo, have acted please publish and oblige and Old residents. and temporary sojourners, among another shot any way.:, of. laughter, with three rounds uf sp9gplause

under the influence of a misapprehension of TOlen whom the Christian colportuers spooking their Crack away, cried the Colonel pocktti | ( while the auctioneer drew out hit

,. tart*,and wo are led to this conclusion, be SUBSCRIBER.HOW the note. handkerchief and wiped hU nose in burlesque
Ii i cause we are permitted to the language, try very bard to improve, but withlittle Drake did crack away-with deadly aim, imitation of Miss Fnnny. "Clifford, did you
say upon THEY TALK. success on.account of violent opposition too-but the horse did not mind the bullets in sap, air ? Clifford said the auctioneer,w benton ,
authority of several members of the late made by the "runners." Lest Sunday a Ger- the least. To the rage and unutterable as the merriment had subsided, "is it cash, sir t"

e Democratic State Convention ; that Mr.. A short lime since, when everybody thought man missionary from Surinam the Rev. M. hhmem of the hunter, old Roan looked him Clifford the purchaser, it seems was a bash ,.
1 MalloryV name, was, not even mentionedto that the Whig conrent'on intended making{' Tank right in the face as if he rather liked 'the ful person unacquainted with theatrical
1i another finality of the came near losing his life at t o hands
Compromise fun. things and had
i that body, in connection with the the tollW- become somewoal alarmed at J
appointment ing pleasant' passages: took place bet Ween the of these runners because he invited a crowd 'Drake,'cried Sam, 'you're drunk' A horse | the unaccountable good humor of the crowd,
e of Delegate at large, to the Balti.mora New Orleans BuOetin and the Nf-w York Tri- of German emigrants to attend worship. at a,dozen rods-oh! my eye!' so that be was afraid to open his lips a11U, I

Convention ; and those gentlemen uutborise 1.1. buns. Now, the boot is on the other leg.; We .I 'Just you abut your mouth,or I'll shoot you!' lest be should excite another burst of fun.

: thu farther uwumpt ion,that no avowal l 11 shall "see whether the Bulletin backs out, vice thundered the excited Drake. 'The bullets "1$ it cash, sir f* again enquired the auctioneer.

wall made to the State Convention, of Mr. M',.1 vena was hollow, I'll swear. The man lies thatiays Alleys were turned upon Clifford: ,
L Speaking of the fugitive slave-law the Tri-: RARDOM Saul FaOIl TBS Mists RIFLE.--on I can't shoot!-Last week I cut off a who looked very much, if be felt that his
indisposition to if
serve tathat.capacity; appointed i bone rays : Friday last a gentleman, being member of Dose's bead at tiny rods.and kin dew it again.By mother might be anxious about him, but still ..

i -and the idea of his decline tll 'refo r t, -Our marshals and judges will .of course the South Devon Rifle Corps, was at Turf the Lord Harry, Colonel, you kin laugh; made no answer. The merry auctioneer

'la advance. of the appointment., seems scarcely Conform to it end obey it so IonIC ns if is a la W. practising in order to test a new rifle sent to but.('it bet now thirty dollars can bring old> woulJ rather lose his customer than ire joke, Ji
to harmonise: with the declaration of a I. You can probably force through the Whig na him tor that purpose by a tradesman of Exe Roan at one shot. 1 and exclaimed still imitating the fiery eyed>-
tional cOIIveution-Jou certainly can ter. He fired one shot at a mark 800 yards The wager was readily accepted-the stakesplaced : Fanny- f
friend of his,; nude to a gentleman in Savannah through>
the other--ft, resolve implying( acquincence in distant ; the mark was situated half way u pa in Sam's hands. Elated with the idea \
; when on his way from Washington to and .support that law. But what will it beon. steep hill (Polehill) on the Devon estate, the of winning back his two tens and making an Clifford why don't you speak to met- 1\

Florida, on the eve of the assembling of the worth to YOU: T-that is the practical queM hill twins 100 feet high. The bullet aSruckdgamlt X, into the bargain Draka carefully' selected la" The assembly now fairly( screamed with

Madison Convention) to the ,effect ; that "be Do you fancy that the great body of our Nonb.ern a piece of rock, glanced over the bill perfect ball ,and even buckkkin patch, and. merriment, and amid an uproarious burst of
people will ever really and and at a distance of 80 feet perpendicular descent beaded his rifle. l laughter Clifford made a precipitate bolt furtbejioorand ,
rain be one of ,the Delegates large, to Itt"'! heartily tryIf
to help sou catch your runaway negroes t on th .opposite side struck a woman to It was nearly dork, but the old hunter boast t- .t : escapedKingston .
Baltimore Convention"-this language say you do, you are ,Jolly greon, that'* all. Weail tally out of sight of themarkesmanastfiehillactually ed ot'belnr ableto i i '*' shoot A bat on the- wing (Canada) tfeu if

coming as U did,from one, believed to be ai tell you frankly that tea, won't, and you intervened between them. 'I:Inflicteda by siartighl, and without hesitation be drew ; : t.,
the moment, fresh from Intimate association at Us therefor ; but there ,ore thousands all flesh wound on theabtRb'aad the gentle main clear sight on old Rotn's bead.
, with him of whom bespokeand therefore around us who detest slave'catching; as heart learning the extraordinary fact, directed every miaute,later Drake was driving through i CURE FOR COLICK m HORSES. "-.if
t d fly as we do. aud will take precious good attention lajto paid to the sufferer, who has: the grove, the most enraged, the most drape t "Mix equal measures of Spirits:of Turpentine -/-.
likely' to be, ignorant of his feelings! upon the care to have nothing witn i'. Yet, because expressed herself thoroughly satisfied with the a'e of m n. His rifle, innocent victim ot his and Whiskey in a quart bottle; dilal !.
1 subject to which ho had reference ; requiresexplanation they attend 'Union' meetings and, pass 'com handsome treatment she has received. The' ire, lay with broken stock on the bottom of with water, and drench, No after treitment '
I I promise distance has been measured under the the Sam Barston .. luc!rssar y, A subscriber of the Stutter _
to make it reconcileable, with our resolves, you pronounce them good super wagon. was too much frightened '
'be/ore, stated facts-the principle imputed to.Mir. fellows arid true friends of the Union! Bah! intendense of Mr.John Drew of Powderha m, to laugh. Meanweile, the gratified Colonel Cultivator bra given this remedy with entire !
{ You don't yourself delight in slavery any more and it was found that from the spot where the was rolling on the ground, convulsed i success and rat (aeries.Wonru ." .
M.al the'I reason. for his. alledged disinclination than they do. You are simply talking for shot was fired to the place shave the womanstood with mirth;and old Roan was standing undisturbed l

to engage: a 'to "t the !business ,nt choosing effect, and we understand you. You want to was I486 yards, actually more than under the trees.. .uDN&WIJ'U: .
candidate for President Vn'd Vico'resident{ ." be cheated by false profession and three quarters of a'mile. This fact baa eZCI"led II-\ facetious Boa.seer
pietas;ta- When Drake reached horn, his two ton editor is warm in pr.i o of his
is, we admt: not without Us plausibility .. ti refusal ns, and to unite your feud in with us grows' out of our hna great been 'predicted interest, and of shows the Minie that rifle all, which discovering 'bis ill humor and the mutilated scribers. He says -Women are the lady-sub bet subscribers

of showing ; and we are not disposed The Bulletin answers cheating,ou' offensive weapon will be realizedahd that as an condition of the rifle toot, hastened to arouse in the world to newspapers, magazines
I : his spirits: with .a piece of news, which &c. We have
,.to object to it-nor. must our 'present remarks I Yes sir, we rah{ do what you say, and we ground for practice should have a clear dis were sure would'make him dance for joy they for eight been editor now going ion

be understood, as :.being I intended to conic Y intend tox The comp nmiae shall be endorsed, lance ot a mile at least.-Exeter (Eng.) 74- 'Clear out/ growled the angry old mandont dollar years by ,female and wa subscribers.have DeTer Jostoisingle J
.. any particular disparagement of ifr. t11. onational to the fullest, and farthest extent, by the Whig I U& want to bear any news ; getaway.,or I'll knock seem to make it a point of conscientious duty
convention.. If it be not of
Whig convention, and is by the 'Democratic : Transparent Pudding.-To make it's such nice trick.'
transparent 'But, father a lIeS of the !
'place things a just and proper light and to convention, the nominee of the fatter will padding take 8 8 oz. of butter community who suffer !more ,by
carry eggs 8 oz. of 'Blast you and your trick! bad pa v, and no par at all than all the rest
this, we take it for granted, Mr. Mallory. will 1 eyery80utbern State, and so vice vena. sugar, 1 nutmeg.Beat up the egg, put them ,'Played off/ on the Colonel put together. V hen aver we, have a womaa's
not bimrU, object. Southern Press., into a stew-pan with the and 'On the Colonel ?' cried the old
... V sugar butter I man beginning name on our book, we know it h just as
t I", nutmeg to taste,set it on a stove or fire of coals i to be interested. 'Gad, It you've played good for two dollar and a half u a picayune
Irish gentleman stirring It constantly until it thickens, then the Colonel a trick, lea here it. Is for koreover
An wu lately asked what A of the name of Porter sat I a tinge r cake. be
person ,
being ox it into
pour d basin '
was the news of the day. He ara>rred, 'indeed {icated(, wa asked., by a friend what he had round' the edge of to cool. Set 3 rich ps ste Well, father,Jed and I, this afternoon went asserts that ladies read the newspapers

my dear,there ia nothing G /&*/;but that been about. "Oa"nidhe, "! have only beep .pad inK, acid bake it your In dab, pour In your out tot deer= which they subcribe and concludes by declaring
I of our ships are *to the bottom.* a Diederate oven A 'Hang the der'! -coroo to the trick.' that "would doea
some gen turning littlii Gin into porter" most, delicious i rather ba e| a _
L' .. !I .- -. 11 and elegant article"v I 'Cou,rd'nf find any deer, but thought. w e must ladies on his ,boob bra one man.: >> **\

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l M \VlltKCI'ADUTjkTEKOEPS learnud counsellor, iiiil.. *; middle! of an ( ':-4bt-rl :
,. .WAaJA**T,-luwneol I he cities .ftbo upp.r. affecting appeal los Jury In a slander suit, leti'tflhe 25 DOLLARS I 1'- clou umt Fl;'rii iiaqfIa : f;

lis:1ppI.: a worthy Minister of the Gopcl, following 'fligh I
or genius: I TilE
nerdtlIiriK upon the beauty of nolines j I 4 slander,gentlemen Jike a b a-constnctor ol [ :] WILL BE PAID as a Reward, to any per- NEWTACKETSTEAliElt.FLORIDA j j.

and ike fcairlulness of in.tuok occasion to im. gigantic' size, arid immeiuurable proporion, -., who will apprehend and confine .; ,
nrrs* UIHI"$ bit hearers the danger of ocvupvfntlhoiiouirnlitrouiid wrnps.coil after coil of its unwieldy body*". (so that I can obtain possession of her}) either L. 31. COXE'rTER MACTCR.: I

'I -trusting, to a merel)' .:I Djut its unfortunate victim, and h ,,-dl.-M &.' In St. Johns o* Duvnl County jail ; my rie- I

morut"uU",wilbo.ul faith Cir worki n* bcituuJflcseftl ,: sluieks: of sgnny that c me fiom tIle i 1111I0 icru woman HANNAH :-She ill of ratliur tall IS NOW running regtlarIy i I

to ensure them a rich iennHn Hie unpths of its victim's saul |oud antll't'y..Ix'r.c. and slim make and of very erect carriiij5fc-of I osike Lrn between i

"*Jtime coining." Ju-t as tliu rcrf rci.d till( '111 the mighty thunder lh.il r>*il in ihl Mock complexion and between the ages tT : 1 Charleston, aarannsir and :

erollcmun touched upun this portion or his l strmolta iturby neu hcr-bcateii son of thelncaU the iron wheel of'public! opinion: f.-r-Mtii him tamily: in Si. Augustine, about the kist of Otuber .I MOW. following achedut'e of .baa bees adopted.' W ICk",... ;
ewurs arrivals .
fsloeMorcd the room, mid unit tiatnulitenr t- rinaU h u; tirsl November 1851-aiid supposed I' and depannits fr ia !* I
dexperution, then to mndnri, an : various ports ... .. .
pcrulinr to the Irishman, quietly crushing inortiideath. to be nccrctcd, somewhere in the \'icmitr'vrfI.e .
** : him jn the htdeoui jnws i.f Leaves Charleston every Tuesday, at 12 o'ctorV. Jr. .
helped! binwtlf to.a se-t ind UnJau nttenuve : Will h cow so' for the plainhff! obli. emi ': City.$ -. S Leaves Savannnh every. Wednesday, II" '- .a. -
itt1lo iitr. The deoc)man portrayed, with LEVIS COXETTER. Leaves Sat kIODrilJ ( .
. ear his tobacco box : every Thursday, at 10 ",AJi.1: .
in an able and ven s'riking mu..ncrlbe: bt>><< autifel ___ t. AugustloiyMarch. 13U 1852. Leavas Picolata every Thursday,. at 2, 'I r.x. '

$ and aurucU'c svcuory which every where In attrmpllpg\ to cnrve a fuul <>iu' dny. n FJJRWARD) & TOWLE &E2VJII1IG. r '..P .. l'
mertstho enraptured vission thruugbutr the gentleman .found considerable dtficul; :> infcpcratliig 1 I ; : 'f

boundless plains and dclihilul proves of this its joints, ,nnd exclaimed' uauill,1, "It- ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS Leaves Leaves Pteolau Piialb! every.. Frftay'.. .8! 7 o'clock A. w.' .

neutral ground: 4c tiling the Kerucj cnptivo br the man .'bo sold bim, an old hen fir a "U II ,I IN CHANCERY. Jacksonville 10 MLeives 's 41 4 r
and filling the soul chit ken. ] every Friday, at 3" ?. w. '1'1"; ,j
their CSt1Cdinllort.Uoo-p; J .L\1L BBmI) Leaves Savannah ..
with sweet contentment. Tint pictUru; seemed I .11, dear,' Mid the enraged man's wife, Saturday 9 M I.'X. I :
The FtoxroA has been I
in liutu a iruKlcal$ tflecl upon the Irishman; 'don't talk AU much ulout the aged and iepcetable *- FLOBIDA. built under the special' to. 1-
. like the midden and uorxpected realization I ''Mr. B.; he planted the first hill: of .WM. A. FORWARD. I SIMON TOWLE. accommodations ptfintendenceofftt.( Coxetter.and lie; ipjed, < and f'j
or Panengers
of**!* loudly diet 1ahtd liupvtorwiil wnilin corn f at. was plumed our'town' : Late of St Anguline, } ast. Florida. boat ever placed 8L are aisorpassed by .' ;:
any on the Jtfho's. "
of Ihu of wnich I know that,' said the husbundi'. .laud 1 beliirve Freight
for un Application figure- FROM and low
I JACKSONVILLE.For passage as as by any other trae. Any far- ;
lilt was mrt .1n.oamlllJ-hu all at onco* rose tobin this ben)scratched it iii'. ; ther information can be obtained bYlppJiaa'b! ehk- .

fi:el und t-xHaimcd in nil (ho richness of I' I J.- Enterprise and...Mellonville.LEAVES r of the undersigned Agents. *. ..

tl.e brcgiif "1 tIIuIikE'jour' honor for the same A RCMAUJCABLK MJJI. TJtC Genimntc.wnu J VV. C LDWELL. Charlt'....

fles*, .lQ in ntrsell thnl hal IWO of thu rno&tUiid (On ) Emporium linn nn obituary npitcuof al r. 1 . .ON WEDNESDAYS.. : E. W. 8UKER. Haraimali. ,

I tieattt'l Afcrninislhat man ivrr"f.uuht John TfchufiVr, who died. in tha* vieimty on thtaiih j : '1 Steamer SARAn SPALDING having BELLBCHASSCEfit ft.. FINEGAN ,

. fur ifli Afei i"*e rH lId .lit*.a uotintrl hiive..tuli.ciiiolhm '.' ofHarctiiaged. yearsr<$ike notice cong, .I :THE newly fittci-nprWiJl.resame' her regular JacksoqviUet "
" in thesaino beautiful country of cluden with these .surprising AtnfiVnoiity; "r "trips'"for'tl 'l&ovepUcesoa, Vedneiday, 'the 14th : I _" K_ LIImD. rJ ub. ;; '.' .. >-J '; r \ ,

<: whk-h y.u h..vs beta |,ftkein*" The effort Tdi deceas .w'Ilbe. largest, titan that we inst., tone) log at all the intermediate l landings, nd AIO.1852; n ;

WAS i'kci,lcitl. The congregation could not ever saw. The coffin was nufficiently larica to will continue punctually to leave every Wednesday FOR SALE J 'f
rtvlrain their iinibh-s-and the service were contain (fiv*' men of ordinary *iz": inirnsurinR morning at 9 o'clock, connecting with the U. S. AT R. OULTER &CO'S

brought tu. Kudden terntiraitlon by ibu, .4ijsing ;. in .i.tthLreifeet fuur hi.heq in the clear, and I Mail steamers and from Savannah. For freight' STORE l>y the Subscriber, ,
of'a, Poor Put wits u thousand thrett feet in height. Tnree men could have p engagements or passage, apply on board, or to and now landing from the sche..
hymn. .. .FERNANDEZ BISBEE & Co., wfgents. Mary Isabella from Baltimore t.
for<< his mistake-und nid he worked ia it at the same lime with convenience.It ?
fime.ffOf.y mistook the cuUgrrgnUon' fur a-bluck uard required .ix men to luke him from Ihe tx'd .n \ Jon.JO._ 1854.CHR. 2,800 bu&els of Baltimore White Corn. ,,*

.. ninteing insiirly: "-and that if any which expired. This wu dune by raising \t' & JO el'H HENRY.14 days from Balti- 1,700 bushels< Whit Oats \ t.
,, i\ne iliiicnl would Intiudut-e him to the punon bMMiid ., p.IIIIIOrffl-remuying the headboard of the bed- &:::!} more 400 bits Flour 3000 bush Corn 40 bales 50 bales of Hay, ... .- ,'-

"{ buying lljrplayed .rfeadt and taking him out end,wUe. They could Hay. 30 tags Coffee, 10 hhJs :Sugar 40 bits Lard. 30 bbls Howard It. Flour, .',
wlf'rnrdun ur 25: Kegs :utter, 40 bits Potatoes, 20 bits Apples, I 5 20 kegs.. superior Butter, ...;, .
thcr deuce *itb !his discount.9 not _et the colQu into tho hou ,but by inkingottiho 15 No. 1 Lard "
.J Casks Cheese, 100 bags Oats, 6 casks of Bacon 40 f
door faduirof un old vacated .
blla Cracker, 100 kegs Nails, 25 boxes Tobacco, 3 5 bbl Apples, : T
'A FBXEMI YAIOCCE: : writes an occasional 11.lIlslcKJd in the yard, they got it intot that I I boxes : ,
hInts do, in tils molasses, 50 boxes Heap, 3 caiksOil,60 20 aborted Craeker.. % ?.. ;
} ciirrM>pMidrntre.idiugh one nf ihe interior und carried ihe corpse thither in.three.enipty: : boxes Candles, 15 baskets Champagne, 10 4 bbl Pilot Bread, ,... i
; villages of Connecticut hud heard much speculution bn<
"1 and discussion going .1 -i IJftr.r ..m* .rftl 'rs of a little rnarkrMnwn crave, they had two lines doubled-one at Rtce. Crates I5bcxea8tarch,400 boxes to 10 hr'xe-iRaing, .< v .; ;' '
I '? which he wr.lln tilt hubit occasionally visit each end and ole large well-ropt in.the mid. : : : : : March 6th 1854. D. E. CARR. 2 bbts Onions. .r. I 1 4i"THE I'

In*, tt'Uchiiig tho .Advantage Ih4l WeN to nc- die; and seventeen men to ltit'du"'o tliisgie.it 70 Iba Candies r '}{ I' \
true to tt<*n from a proposed' railroad that sprinkle ofmoriality into it*, Ihlit hoiiw I I I ptJOTICE is hereby givrn.that I will, six '''i''t'kJl' I case Cloexs.asoorted. .', ,>. J ': f .
I after date, the' of Probate of St. CO bags of Whrat Bran, ,
wn II) p" within a short distance of his earth His weight was" not :known, apply to Judge I !
hou>.. lie prudrtitlir said nothing, but unterI t t : I, Johns County,'for Letters of Administration on the I 1 case Pickle, assorted, 'v:d
Estate of Susan FoUls late -of S dozen jars Preserves<
said Decased
I ly ""I rUN 10 the vurirty of piojec' discusscJ, POTATO ,JctLT. -Peel the poTntne*, nrid 1 "
1\ I l 4"
Syrup .
in' Inw by which each ono was totnnkf fine throw Ibis into \ i 1 ,tAt
ac or to grate horn I lo a hulp: St.'Augustine, March. 6th 1852. wholesale and retail.A .
his khnre of.Ilulldcr' from the compnnv: jug of water, and stir it well, thin into share of puplic pi: irons ge is rppp ctfullv 1<
I'Ul ntme. .if them tlef.'mc.'CI to reach his own tine sieve, and collect thnt which *& .. .. Tax Collector' Sale. JAMES R. HANHAM.so.1iciced.

raa uiim it wits mtnliuiied thnt railroad companies through inion basin; let it stand and in a Ip Y virtue of the power vested in inc by hw fiLl Jack..}nTille..Varch 13,1852. 14-tf .

were liable lo purliculnrly hiovvchtrifes minutes Ihe starchy matter may be poured off.Now shall expose for sale before the Court House ..
, whenever they were obliged lo invndeihesnnclitr stir up the B'arch from tho bottom ." door at tlellonville on the< first Monday of July next Tax Collector's Sale.

- of a grave-yard. A bright idea the basin, and add boiling water (be ccrta I the following described tracts of land or so much I BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I

itnmedbtt ly struck bim, nnd, bnMcning home, that it quite hoilx) and it will ;pass union beauttful I iheaeolas will pay the taxes due thereon the State expose for sale before the Court BooM

lie seized a shovel and pick- xt'.nd quickly jelly which has only lo be flavored Florida and Ccfttty Orange from the< year 1845, door the at MrltonvrUe! on the first Monday of July next _

iranMilanlfd the jnortal remains of bid wife, sugar nutmeg, and wine, to fit it for the tulle. to and including 1851 to wit thereof following dt"tCibed.trtel. of land or aj muck
will the
which were quietly remising; upon a n"I bbcr- 'I 100 acres belonging to or supposed lo belong to of pay taxes doe thereon the tf late
Florida and of
ing hill! side, hopelessly out ot the reach of .., Robert Shepherd and Jose Sanchez being ia secticn to wit Orange for the year 1851*
railroad disturbance, to the 60, township 17 range34, \he place known. Du. :
:ny punsiblo very [COMXVXICATCD.] I : bardy'a Canal. 1OO acres assessed to Elizabeth Bunch, in sec -

centre ot ibe line of stakes 'running through DIED-In this city on the 91>t April, CAR LOT Unle.llnl and expenses are paid before the day 61, township 16. range 33, south and east, on the
his meadow and, rejoicing in his cutenons, he Hallifax River.
; K. PEUP ALL ared 25, wife of VwiKno of sale. ,
quietlv waited to reap the fruits of this new 1 J. SIMPSON Sheriffand Tax Collector, o. c.Collettor'i ,

species culture. But a rather different result E.oICI.IItr death; was as would be expected, by Alsn, 9010 acres a<-. wl to Clarke and At jaa- 3, 185l! '

occurr H! from that which he had auticipa- of klntOn,being in section 37, township 13, range 2- --
knew well her virtues the death mu Tax
who a
led; for tht parents of a lady whom be was .. ; lOath and cart at Illw Cre k. W.A. Forward.AfenO PaZe.
his first dirUtian, a most edifying and hippy dratbf; TrBYTirtae of the power' vested in me by law I
About to make the successor of wile, Alto, 600 acres in Township 18, South ranntt .
.,...wiod "f the affair and forbade him all and strengthened! by the sacraments rank I 35, eastassessed to the heirs of Caroline. Jlge dourat F* hallj'xposefor Mellonrille sale before the Court How._ .
S Ah'r.. -.i..coreuur.wilb; tacit 'ts&nHy.1 .'- chrtaUn. live and die happy. Perfectly resigned ifI"w .. Hardy south of New Smyrna. ihe following described on fint Monday of July next ,
Also 500 assessed the said heirs of Caro- tract of land r'II much \
acres to
'ckerlocker.. the will of God she saw death I thereof< as will the
J." holy .. .. line McHardy. being in uections 49 and 60. and pay taxes due thereon the State :J
.. A GOOD STORY and remained perfectly calm. Her' dicuno1at part in Township 18! range 34 and part in town of Floridaand County of Orange fur the year 1851.. I

!Ii told of,Mr. husband, her brother and tiste bitterly hip Id, end rang?35 south of New< Smyrna. tuTwit : .
The' fothtwingezceflen? story 310 acres' assessed to James Clark
round her-some:relatives and friends and her Unless taxes/and expenses are paid: before the In section "
II. .
. -tfrieaf, a grocer in PoitsrnothN. : ; day of sale. MT' township 11, Range 31 south and east on the :
E I It npnenrateat a man had purchased some vants, all bathed in tears will long remember ; Halhfax River, '

: wool of him which hud been weighed and (enrent. prayer, the vmd ezprenions; of faith, Also 5000 acres assessed to Philip R. Youugr 1 ly. J. SlMPaON, flheriffand. Tax ColJ ..toro.c "

\ paid for, anJ )1r. beat bad gone: to.the desk hope of love and gratitude which ehe gaTe tog in sections 37 end 38.township Si comb range Jan 3, 185:1: j'
to turn 30. and townrhip 21 south range 31, eaM being on.
Happening WORLD
fur a note. AS IT PASdEd.
to get change which vent during the lut edifying moments of her Lake Jewnp Forward, A cent.Jnless .
billhead while there, be saw in a glass,
ref.ect ibe a stout arm We believe, they will never forget how ( ( taxes and expenfce are | aid before th. -
ao as to shop
rrsch fcwung" up and lake trim the shelf a heavy how pressingly ehe exported all around her to day of sale. MORRIS & WILLIS'S.

white calc cheese. Instead of appearing soddealy a Christian Lfc, and particularly) to participate A! >. 1000 acres ofland in sectio n 37, townships HOME JOURNAL FOR 1899 I

and rebuking the man for bill theft, a.aDOlbE'r those sacrament, the, efficacy of which she !, 17 and 18, range 30, esaeened to David R '
Lake Berrisibrd. St. Johns Ri,. A F.AMILYNEWSPAPEll.
fore. Dunhambeing
his on
losing custom
by the experience of all brr life,. and for which i:
the hinfhischange er.
old Jonlemun'gave |
wr, the crafiy us if nothing had happened,. and felt so grateful to'God.who II so unexpected ', l .Unless taxes ant exp' ases are paid beforc the IT/BLISHED W&EELYATIWO DOttABS A YZAX

of lifting the hng toiq ment an hour before her death granted to her day of sale. -
ibeO'Under pretence TUB rim ircxBca or Tim nxw SEKIKS writ si
fur ham took hold ofit-he ineffable privilege of receiving in the flesh and
his horse !
-it on I Alan 600 :acres or hind,Iinl'in section 40,town- 1i8t11D on TUB nsJT or UXUIKT 1ZXT.
exclaimed of.her divine Saviour, the precious token of.: ship 17 south range, 33 east, assessed to the e.ta'e< -'-- i

'Why bless roe, I must have reckoned the ting life. IIruce,by words, by gesture as long of Linds- y Tod near New Smyrna, "olw'ardlgent. TBS Home Journal\ has now become unieu j .

weight wrong.' strength was left to her, sbr requested to aU and Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the There are few aimless of cultivated habits-(few of j

I *Oii; no,' aid the oth r10u m.y'bo sure one wound her, the truly Christian day of sale. those who seek to enliven and make home the most I
you have oot, for 1 counted with you.' most every I Abo 000 acres assed to John Robinson being intilligent ai.d attractive place-.who do not now I '
'Well, well, we wont dispute ihe matter, It Catholic exhortation, go to :confession go to: : j part of a tract of 2060 acres granted to Briggs and receive it. It ia read we believe wherever run the

i. is eo easily tried,' said Mr. 8.pUlling the bag munion. .,1.v. Robinson being in section 38,township '6. range 32 gold threads of domestic happiness and true moral I

.' into the scald again. 'Tiiere/. ,*I told Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. : and township IS, range 33, S and E on Halifax refinement which are woven so thickly into the I
made mistake of ..t.:: River. stronger and coarser web of our country's industry
4 you so; knew I was right; a May she rest la pelce.N' '
near twenty pounds; however, if you don't i Vales Taxes and expenses are paid before the day and energetic prosperity. The Home Journal is the
y ,. speaker" to the hearts of this busy nation in the hoars
want the while you needn't have it; I'll take i'ICE.-o\n persons having claims !. of aat. and .
given to bappin 1I1 relaxation.
Also, 60 acres assed to Cornelius Monre on the
part of it out. the Estate of Antonia Medecis< late of .
A. New Yeai't Pretext
t the hands of Wekiva Cretk. bounded on the south by George R. a front a Gentlemtn tt -
. No., no! said the other, staying Johns County deceased< either, as creditors heirs 9 Lady, the Home Journal is one of which JU r*.
their to'the strings of the bag otherwise are hereby notified to I Fairba&k's lands. Unless taxes' and expenses are
Mr. 8. on way gatees or present the of sale.J membranet it r'... -rw week, and it b aacttr
'1 *ura I will take the whole. ..me. within the time pnecdbedb,1aw, or they paid day posj'd as a gift in good taste. '
SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collectoro.c.Jan .
... And:: -tbU be did, pa)ing for his dishonesty by be for ever barred. 3d '1852. TEax3.-Foronecop,82 ; for three copies, $5
J't"CdYinl'.tbe skim-milk cbetta for the price or for one copy fur three years ES-always in ad.
of wool.Miwiwta. JUAN S. PACETTY.St. vance. Subscribers without delay.t Address
>t.* Augustine. 8th May 1B52. 6wks '' ADAMS & )0'$ MORRIS & WILLIS.
u ARKANSAS.-U is stated that the NO TIUE .., E'Utora, 107 Fulton street, N nr. ?Ct.

Church Missions in Arkansas have not kept FrthJUSTrecfued 8oppbt. -

pace with the population nor satisfied their THE steamer FLORIDA, L. M. per schjv Mary Ann' rom
will make to St. '
a trip
spiritual winti.-About twelve years ago the follomin( arucles, y'z.
Arkansas, was, but a Territory; now a pop- tine on Friday Sill May, cod leave the ; Crackers, Butter, Lnrd, Hnnu, Barnn.Chepse P

I ohms State, with an area of nearly 40,000- altcrno&n It 4 q'cluCk ; 1b.Jcb will Divorce.: .. .. NEW YOU Potatoes, Onions, Teas, Sugars, Flour, fiica I

.4 -083 tf acres, and a population of 200,000. her to connect wdbthe N'i'York. steamer the Court AID Coffee, (!Beans, Spices Koap<, Iroan, Hay,

The increase in ten years hat been more than Savannah.. Cor- NEW ORLEANS Corn, Oats, Braftil, Porter, Ale Brandy

and the ratio It increasing yearly. 8L Augustine Way 8 b, 1853. 'be. EXPRESS. Wine Oranges, Lemons,CocoaRutt,Almon-,

bi is nearly twelve years also, since the piowers NOTICE.ALL that the Rl\i.lOl.Tomann"., &c. B. R.r>\Rr?.

of the Church penetrated this wildern. bim. : TO POThASTE.
. ; eLi with the glad sounds ntpensive worship Lands entered at the Land Office that, Esq.00-1 16, 18 & 19 Wall st. New.York. POST.OFFlt"E STAMPS.

During this lapse of time, eight or nine mis Augustine, and lying in St. the said 3'&laln al., Hartford, Ct. uDdenigneJ. .tmasferat Pleasant Grove .

sionanes have come and gone, (none have Ci.unty either by purcnase or by 6t State at., New Haven, Ct. Tnt Co. Maryland was the first person {n

died, )and thousand ban been expended up. of Bounty Land Warrants ,aro subject publish 1 62 Baltimore, Baltimore. the U. S who conceived, and undertook extensively
on missions this Htato alone. the payment of State and County and Pennsylvania Av., Washington. to publish the idea supplying all post offices with -

and unless returned on or before tho lit ., re- 7 Fourteenth st., Richmond, Va. cheap stamps. All stamps made by him are warranted
t CONSTITUTION 7An equal or nperior to any other that can be
WHAT IB ot May will be doubled taxed as the answei 84 Washington at., ot.t( n.
the price. and whenever
at same
procured any are
< arc whose authority and uses expire requires. and things New Orleans. .
73 St.
Camp defective
in or
i tsent,out 01.way unaatufitctory,da-
weathercock it is IL B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off.
Like ,
with ibo a
year. ( plicate* shall be forwarded, on eouce, without
: principally valuable for the facility with Tax Assessor aud Collector, s. J. Court'to be had in GREAT DARGAIN8. (charge. All who order a tl ostawpswzvnc ,,-.

which.it adopts itself to the prevailing mind.If April 10, 1853. >t OFF AT, NEW YORK COST roa DATM. II TWo Dollar only-(for thirty pieces.
is also valuable for Its flexibility and the BLANK'DEEDS Augustine. SELLING shall be kept in stamps .dlibhDtn.I .
violate Its COLLECTORS entire S'ork of Fresh and aiborfed "Post Master Pieasat
use with which It can be used to TAX at this Office. 4th day MY I Address Grove,M'eghny
own principles. Its most valuable quality Goods at Palatka. Co.Md.

however, is lta'e"uticity. and the more It caD Qcbr. JOOtUDA 7 days from New lork ,ice. March n, 1852. A. H. COLE.Candle I 1uTIcE. -

be retched tbo'bnIri'. For. this purpose Ul&oald :, bales Hay, 60 bbls. Flour 5 *.. *,.Oil. &C.-Tallow Candles, Tut- HEREBY GIVEN, to all Cnditon.lIt"l.
i Itrnya be primed QQ India rubier.Ia .- 15 bbls. Crackers,60 sacks SalU nd 134 Sperm Brown Soap Linseed< Oil, : Legatees. &. others interested in the Estate of

sbot It ahoold be like the parson's osrmoatfett ages to B. E. Carr, 10 boxes O. Bun Adamantine Candles, Starch,White Lead, Indigo, : Henry Klonne late of dt. Johns County deceased
suited every test, and text that suited every packages Burlingame & Howk, and assorted Paints at retail by t that on the expiration of six Months from the date
sermon. In that casa/like Sir John Cutlet's .claims March27 J. E.CARR- i hereof I will apply U the Court of Probate for the

stockiaw which were to darned and' Schr. Florida now discharging 'eirps de ; County of St. Johns aforesaid, for a final settlement
"*tebfd! there wac nothing i left of them it By Lard Hams Bacon, prescribed Public l'IeetJap.-Printe Room.,Sittial of my accounts with said Estate: and adiscbrge b.a
.t CraetcraPort. ,
. EyjUIl be an excellent consUtutioa for, Mr., I I (or temporary purposes, always in administrator thereof. .
den, with a.full assortment of articles ,. readiness at the Magnolia Retreat' I FRANCIS BRIDIER Adrarl

&vardLosarby. SoIlt1&mr, Prtu. ly kept at the lowest prices,by B. E Nov 29 no 481( S. 3I1R.\ \ DA.I. I!' "St. Augustine February flat !8 -

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... Uvtel OB tiu George Sireetnonb of December. \l '. I '.. : ;* law I i _
JUajftsJia '" : 900,000.. virtue oftbe'power vested in me by f viitu" of ihe power vf.d in me I. 'It
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.. the Public Square Inrel nf4obr"aorthr6f the Methodist -: For the camiesefAlachual.s. d Levy, on the'IICc".j TilE MUTUAL XIFE ISUKACE BY : expo* for sale before the Court House shall expose for sale' before the COIJn, :.; :

Church. ondMonday in 1>t mber: t COMPANY at 'Mellonville '(n the first Monday it Jvne' door in the city of Hi Acguniine on the firsi" .

t Florida Hoyie. On Treasury Lane,. North of For the county of Columbia. on,; the third Monday ;II I .' OF NEW,' YOPtK-NO. 35 WALL, J I next the followzngdc't'cribedtrnct of land or'.o much day of.May nrxt, th* following dercribej 'j, "Ji __
theVubite qu8rP. I fl iCiljHoteL in Ifccember. *' thereof will the state and County taxes or so much thereof as will the State 4
few TtJ ET Accumulated Find Nov. 1st, 1849, 930i ,- pay and t'e $ t -
Street oath
On Charlotte and Day a Su ,
The U.S. District Court, at Augustine taxes and the
i I 000securelyinvestedin Bonds,and Mortgageson and the necessary expenses doe thereon for the year nserssary expenses due thereon leij .
East of the Public Square.PliatrrtHoUl. "
doors e'outh first Moudsy inpriL year 1851. tn wit : .
1851 wit
and stocks to ; k--
Oa Qharlotte Street end Treasury TtUB TttlVELUGR'S? G1JIDE.ROdTES real estate: in this city and Brooklyn, A of la. d '::;..
and ICO acres of land formerly owned by Nicoloa lot ; uribe city of St. A.g1IaIlne."b '
.. Pnblic annexed to the of the, tate and City of New York United q: .
La.. Brth of$ the ,Square, Present kuown. tied onthe-eut "
Stales Government. \ heperd at Lake Munroe. owner nut by Drazotn or Spaaisb.tn-.t.
Florida Uoue. FROiTciIARLESTONFronCkarletlo I. Double taxed for the year IfcSl. lot* of G Pbrdar and A }Masters. on ...'
BOARDING HOUSES This fund is rapidly increasing. by a widely,!xten-. \, "
ded and J. SlMPSONSlieriflf aoJ Ttx Collector, o..c. Tolomato street on the oath by lot of
Mitt Ffi Oa t. George Street, a few doors daily at prosperous business. J
t. NezoYorL Leaving The declared dividend of profits of fif- Feb. 2*. 1852. Andeu deceased on the North byaQaUc.wasorriginally .. _
South of the Court Horse and Public Square. 180 Company
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fell 31-2 o'clock r. .. Dy Btearaerto Vilmington 1 owned by the late .
O. 2f.: Papy. Oa Bay 'strett, comer of Bay. and j miles.-By Railroad to"'Weldonl62 mile ."-To PC- ty-two of per cent ou all existing. policies. on the, 31st i I Tax Collectors. Sale. ,' deceased*and assessed to C. R. Fairbanks George n.tnse. -
January, '
Garden .Lane., DOCTORS... : :. tewbnrjj 63.-To Richmond 22.-iTo Acquia! Creek All the Profit, are'divided aiaou? j. BY virtue of the power vested in me bIll w, I ing in alt two acres uore or I less eo&btr.. :

70.-By Steamer to Washington 55.By Railroad to thb Insured. expos for sale before the Court ,House Unless lazes and upon..re paid be"".1{ '
Weedt. Office at his Dwelling House .
rDOCtP New-York
-To ,
Baltimore 40. To Philadelphia l
The premiums are payable in cash annually,sera- door at Mellouville on the first A/Way of July dayof'sae. .>'-
,l.. cnjJ iD.ct.Joh. ridge Street.E. Peekr Officeron St. George Street, 87. ToiaUistiuce 771 malel.!fime*. 'U hours. Fare annually or quarterly, interest being' added on the next, the following described .tract ofland or so v if. B. CANOr.t. FhVriff and fz-oft: t\ .
820. 'much thereof will the due"thereon the : Tax A es3or and "
t deferred as taxes .t
pay .
doors North of the Court House.DRUGGIST. Charleston paYV1t'ntl.The FfV c:.. I
The "Southerner" (Steamship):feavea cash principle adopted by this Company secures State Florida and County of Orange for the year Nov 1.1851. ; -.I-'. ..
o'clock x.
Tvery after the 27tli Of April, r
o tenth day r
P.C Zylttr Chemist and Drug -l5t, Charlotte.Btrett. to the parties for whose benefit the insurances 1851.to wit: '
L' Thro in 60 hours. Fare (State-Room) $25. Osprey are effected, the whole of the advantages, without U63 aeresof Ian being part of a grant of4000 TO *4t.mKt r si 11 T K IUt:.;;y )

I From Charleston tt Philadelp1iia.The 4 o'clock, subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated aere assessed td Domingo A ct'sts. in section 33 Valuable Tract of Laud f.r 8 ta SL
LAWYERS.: '. leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at premium notes. township SO, Range 34'and 35 near FlownJer Crw k'- r III':.subscriber A 'nlot tL,. several oSJfVl
r.*.-through in CO hours. Fart 2y.. Persons effect insurance on their own lives Indian Kiver.J. JL on,.ra for sale of the uT !
ArillcryLane. some
E. B. .;..14. Counsellor at j.w-office on New-hka Leaving daily ma> HUM.valuahf) l > ..f h
__ :; From Citrletton to 136 and the lives of other*. A married woman can in- SIMPSON: Sheriff and Tax Collector o r. in Kast' Florida>> to wit : f ,
Councellorot at 10 o'clock A. x. By S. C. Railroad to Augusta cure the life of her husband,the benefits of which are jan 3d 1352 8UO .cres valuable hammock land W FwJI'ingtoiu I
a. a, Putnam. Attorne> and Railroad to 171.-By _ t'It c} J
ndlea.-By Georgia ;A1'110.1 secured by law for the exclusive use herself or children. known as the Gibba Laad iia t
Pickles Ac. Marion -
, Law;ftke;Picolata aitn-et.. Macon and western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By tOO Ca. ot Wci! ,':
George R.TairZke. Attorney and Counsellor. at Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery in&RE3ERVED: lne.I-I'lumspl1he', 1 acres near the': Alachua Savanna: knowi '..'

Law -iimce in ihe Cun HOUM. 65By Steamer to Mobile 331*-To New-Orleans Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries 1IL" Limes Apples, Quincea, Pine Apples, Currants ,the Carey Grant. -of.'* ..it 1
lf G. Total distance 1,006 miles. Time 123 hours. are specially invited ro avaii themselves of a resource Oranges. Figs, Strawberries. Currants and 1400 acres in San Felasco anpno. near ?N..* "c
;.> PUBLIC: OFFICES: Fare $39.50.From whereby their surviving familu may be secured Guava Jelly. Vcrmacilii. Macaroni' SJ&tet Oil, nansville", known as the Liwtoa Landg. 9-'1 "-*.t'-

1'." Ol-e.. G.. E.Lts.nibias, Post Master. Court Savannah rom the evils of penury. Almonds. Madeira Nnts Filbrits Pea Nu. a irtej Several thousand acres good and in the,:.,...
Charleston to Ntv>-0rleantvu of the principles of Mutual Candy Roc Bay dondo Grant. iI. .
House.Surveyor. Pamphlets explanatory Candr/gyuron/ Raisins aua. : 1 .
J Sur- daily at 9 A. .. By Steamer tojSajrannah 140)miles. Life with I Rum W.wW Cordials 7000 acres on Halifax River South or : 4
... Gtneroft Office* B. ,A. j;Putnam : Western 1k!! Iasuratand illustrating H t. advantages Congress Prunes. Gi ![f'r Sl Asigustine C
t. t"7'. *eyor GeneraT,on Hospital) Streetcorncr of Artillery -By Central Railroa/ Macon and 100.-- forma ofappliration.may be obtamod at th e office 01 Preserves, Spanwh,! Olives, Champaign Claret. Liquors \ ,known as the Bulow i'lantatiun Lain' *"{.

Lane and Uo.pitaI8trfICl. road1 to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka Mo- the Company, 35 Wan It.. or of any of its agents. --F anna, beaten Gigs. Sardines Fresh acre ohp.n land suitable for cane and eono..*.,' .,

Lad Office.A.. T. Noda, Register of Public By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer distance tQ.1,032 TRUSTEES :Salmon Pickles Capers Sap Sago, $picis'Faocy And several other bodies of hammock had _*4J.

Lands office ia the Court JIoose.TA. .!, . 'bile 331.---1.0 New-Orleans 166.Total Jos B Collins David C Colden, Soapi'Crackers, Undersong. Fine cut TobaJo,31y- navigable waters. > T .

... T. Rutttll. ..Receiver, office (In Court miles. Time,77, hours. Fare $39.50.11CELLANFXJUS TABLE.. Win J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, ers Honey Dew Tobacco, &.c. at retail. The titles are undoubted and terms low- A ,. r t} ., "

r House. R H McCurf'y; Wm Belts, B E- CARIt.. I to GEO. R. E'AIRS\NKS. L J

Tudgt 9f Pro&< $7,95
the Court House, To Athens, 7a., 221 m. C.W Faber, :sacG Pearson, 1 .
S Peter B. Dumaf. Clerk Circuit Court, officz in "Chattanooga "'nn.., 4-45 13,12 31 John-P Yelverton, Henry Wells, By I shall of the for power vested in me by law, Tax Collectors Sale. I!
the Court House. J" I "Columba, S. C., 130 4.00 8 Theo Wm Moore expose sale before the Court House virtue of the power vested in
Sedgwick, me 4n
at Iwl
Mellonville the BY 1 r-
brat :
Stfael B. C nOfllJ. Shtrift'and Tax Collector,of- "Cam.len.SjC., 142 4,00 9 Stacy B Pollins, Zebedee Cook, the following d on Monday of July next expose for sate before the Court HOCIIa ; i.\

lice in the Court house "HarabHrj 8. C., 136, 4,00 '8 John II rfwift, Jon Miller, thereof will sdribrd the taxes tracts due of land or w> much at Mellouville on the first Blondny of July next.da.! ;: .];; ,

Collector of Cuttomt John :M Haimon, office,- "Jfemphw.Teun., 740 28,00- John \Vadsworth David A Comstock, florida and p 1y thereon the State following deacribedtrnct of land or so mochiam:. "... .

Planters Hotel.Inspector _Pnngers for t'ithf'r'of the above places leave S M Cornell. RoU-rt Shuyler, 1851 to wit' County of Orange for the year i of as will pay the taxes due thereon the State or. 1
of Custom, Ora Jloward, office in [ Charleston, daily, by S. C/RaUroadrat 10 o'clock GOUT M Wilkins James Chambers 377 acre. of land t Florida. and County of Orange fur the years .1 J' .

Howard. Buildings, Marketwjuare. t A. )(. John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, to '1'honins Forbes belonging or supposed to belong Iowa. : .," 1

7. H. Broaton. Judge U. .S. Court Northern 1 L Fred Whittlesey Moses II: Grinntll, 16 2U being in section 45 town. !31304 acres on the West aide, and 8ISaclPli.' "
: District of Florida* office in the Court HOUM.O I B Y virtue o(tit, power vested in Court me by HousI law Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker, Thos.range orbes.south. and east aaaeaseJ to the said the east side of lIa1UaJ. River a*f'lIkd to Per' (. '.

: R. Fairbanks Clerk. ,U. S. Court, office in shall expose for saJe be ore the of John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh, Ala>. 542 Miranda, being in section 39 and 40, townsniawrange29suath ..
I the first Monday acres sectonMO 1G .,
Mellonville Augjist- township south
at on ,
, the Court House.' door Walter Joy, Francis S Lathrop, and east. .'. ,
described f Jand or so range 29, eat; assessed to Thomas
I tracts t Forties.
'jiexitlie following > -1. ',
Deputy jlarthal, I. 'Zclmbauroffice in MIMPON shcriiraa
Grorije Alfred Pell, .J 0 Thatcher, : TaxConectoro.
: he Court House. .. I much llwrjof nj w-'ll |pay the taxes due thereon the JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. ALSo. 515 ac :f in section 30, town-hip |4 south jan 3.1052 e -
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. S'wteof FloriJa and Co-.niy of Orange for the yell range 27..ut. being ou West banks of Lake George' ;
ISAAC ABBITT, Secretary. and &s;',w; -d to Thomas }'orbc '
! Gal. Uumhrr.y.-etn in the Court House. 1851.to wit ; ART UNION OF
Gey. L' Pu&lic-office I 750 acres of Land in Tumbull: swamp, belong S. ?.? )'X' herXaIll! Ta1 Cu1lectoro.e. .
Nutary Bay I 1 returned I G. R. FAIRBANKS: Agent St. Augustine Fla.FeblGth. Jan 3, I 82. Incorporated by Ihe
'I' to belong to \Vm Foot Lesislafarcef -
Street, a little North of the Market and net door :or fuj-ppaed ... ,. '
".. PCIIII1iylvnIJJn.
th. Pun office. B.-njiiuin A 1'utnaiu.
to J by .
Tax VollectortBY i
--- Lie. FOR ,
' I 1f itn @1 !1. ( TUB PROMOTION OF TUB .t
CJTYMsyor OFFICE: belonz!
Also, 350( acr, s belonging or supposed to virtue of the power.vested in me by law I 'lllTS "
-Geo L. Phillip to Chariot: T Gobcrt! returned by ,.William1 A For- ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. exjHse for sale before the Court llous- 'OP'DBSIG.I.JTHE 1<1

Ltwrrnce Andrea.} wad. I door at ,ikUunvilton!: the (first ;Monday of July I UtIT..D: rlr'31. "'_,,' f

E.Paul MeJids.itiuCFlfl r".., \ 1J, 1*.' A5:n, 9fO acres belonging: or mpposed to belongto TIllS ESTARLISHUENT' having next, the folljvving described tract of land: or sw OFFICERS.----- .-:\. '

ue i ; I Robert Martin, returned t>y B [A.Putnam, ;: undergone Thorough? Repairs this mucH thereof as will pny the totes due tbereos: the
f. / lIEnc.. CARET
Quinecy. J j j" State FloriJu I : PrfiM-nt. WILLIAM KD.LIyc ,
v ----I an of Orange doubled D.
is for ouuty
Clerk the Charts ffice J SUfP ON. Sheriff aud Tax Collector, o. c present season, now ready uxcJ Vice' .. .
of City Council Haager, I I reception ot Company. FAMILIES AND from fie: y:nr L45 to anJ, iucluJIug: Id51, to PretiJeut, EDWAKD P. McrciiCLt. Trtll,.
at the Council Jlst. 1852. *
room. j ,Jan wit: : vi er, E. H. .rTLtz. Recording! Secretory f .
City Marehal and the Marie, F. P. TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have: spacious Ccosac W. < .
Citric of Tax Collector Sale 5186 icre n9HS.Ie'! I to Theresa KoJrFjues, in Dcvrcr,(.'orrt '1I'"cliIlZ See.MANAGERS .' : -,
Ferreira. :
Apartments. .
1 : virtue of the vesteJ in me by.law, I section 37, township. 13.: range'21!' -oo- I '
PORT WARDENS.: BY for power tale before the Court Home lloom! Airy, Clean, and Ifont- Unless' taXes and e-.tp..nsrs nre p.iJ l> 'fore tin- : s ': I

r. C. Zylttia. Charles. Hanger' Jot.. E. Pomar. door at J/ellonville expose on the hwt :Monday of July next fleas! itself furnished handsomely.Nothing .- 'day of sale.: J. SAMPSON: Slir.ffanJjan ; Join 'artiin. Charles: 'ro l"n.'James S. Wallae ... ,

.j' the following deribcd tract of land or so much Wanting. 3, 1832. Tax CnU"rnr.o r. diaries: Mica letter, E. II. Butler Henry S. Parterson -
AUCTIONEER. the State The House is well known as being re- ently M. D., Charles G. Lrlan
fro.Center,F. P. Ferreira and J A. trilCba. thereof will pay the taxes due thereon view Tax Collectors! .Vile.By William D. Lew. '
Built Expressly with a fto the accom- is.
for the 18dl Joseph D. Stewart M. D., Edwin R. 1
of Florida and of year Opp
County Orange virtue of th" power vested in me by law I I ;
Inralid and others
odation being entirely FJward P. Mitchrll. John ,
S. fart A. :M. .
MERCHANTS. fBurlinpame to wit shall! expose for falf: before the ourt Uou-t"i '
0.159: assessed Thomas: Fitch being in built of Wood, with Rooms connecting;, Fold- James L. Ciauhora. '"
iicres to the of ; \ tin" th? first of
& of St. j 'n city : t ; ;u on Monday ,
Howk-Corner George &c. which renders it Free from
14 and 15 ing Doors .
section and 42. Townships .
and Treasury Lao. I 3C/39, May next, th:! following! described: opriy, or s6 ;i ,
I Every IQcuibcr. '
> '32. J. SIMPSON: Sheriffand -Dampness. Fireplrces: Blinds to windows abe r car ISSf ..I4->
I range much thcreoPas will yay the State and County taxj ,
Bmghi B. Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealer \Viflrec'-Lve fur
Collector. Piazza Promenade! Two rac'i: Subscription of Five
Tax through, opening on Douuu
jan 3. 1852. and the .' due thereon ,
in fimt quality Family Groceries of al! kind., Liquors Hundred Feet. Protection from Rain, Cold j es necessary exp nae: for the a print of ,
&e., No,3 East aide Charlotte Hireet, North i i year Hf lto wit: -p
of the PGbtiuquar.. I Tax Collectors SaleBY Winds&c., forming a desirable RETREAT from.I 300 acre 3d rate land assessed to Nicolas Sanchez hUNT!XGTON': 'hi R ISTIANA AXD HEftH

t Georgt Burt. Irealer in Staple and Fancy. Dry., virtue of ihe power vested .in me by law I confinement ut all seasons of the ,)'ear.- being section 25 of private, um-ys, towis-hi|> CIHLDHEN" ;. '. _

Hoods, West aide of Charlotte street, a f.w doors I expose for sale before the Court llou e The House is situated facing South in central 4, south of range 29 Fat, bring in St. Johns Coun. Engraved by JOSEPH ANDREWS D .tQII. .

South Treasury Lane. door at Jl/ellonville <:n the first Monday of July position, and retired from other Dwellings.i ty, adjoining lands of Estate of Uobeit :\liekler.llnn! AND THE COMPANION, ,

Stth .\{ Wakeman. Wholesale and Retail dealerin next, the following described tract of Innd or so The House contains 45 Rooms. with additional Estate ofE'P Jenkes.Unle Apfint"of/fan/in/on'. "MEBCPS DJC.A.V:. ..:

Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the I much thereof will pay the taxes due thereon the Parlours, Dining Setting Rooms.and con- i I .- taxes null UIJenM'f are paid before the Engrared!' ly A.U.RITCHIE. Xev fir!..

ground floor, of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, I State of Florida and County of Orange for the veniences in general For Accommodation can day of sale. Or the choice of any twoof'thef.owin! ( ,

Charlotte street, Howard' Building. year lr-51. to wit :1 not be surpassed. I The ubuvc sale is postponed: : to the first MUM- Fpztr. Splcntfd Eu.rl\'ha ,,

Misses S. l j N. Pinkkom. Dealers in Fancy 100 acres nssessed to Joseph M Hernandez in Thu well earned Reputation this House! d.'.y in June next. viz -

5 GoodI. &c. opposite the Planters Hotel on Eastside section 43. township 14, range 32 south and east. has from Year to Year acquiredjt will both* R. B. CA.NOVA: ShrrifTnijil cx- >ff. 1.-Joiw K' ox'< INTXRVIEW WITH ......' Quas ,

t.1 Charlotte Itrt'et.Pttlrt : J. SIMPSON; SLeniraod Tax Collector, o. c" Proprietress,Mrs. DAVIS aim to sustain and Tax Assessor and CoUuetur, 8..J. c. SLOTS Painted by Leutxe!, f agraeed by Stirtai or..,. ,

Benet. Dealer Groceries, Provisions,&.I!. jan. 3, 1852. for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns Nov 1, 1851. 2.-RUTH AXD Boix, Painted!' by Rutheruul,.i.grattd i

corner of Cuna and St. George street. -4 "- her thanks. h &,tll1I \ ..
Collectors Male. ,
3 F. / Tea Collectors Sak.B j
. Qvincy. Watch maker and Jeweler
on 3. 3lEScr's
The Table will be with D&ZLXPainted: .
supplied choicet IIuntittftonEngfatedby
George srreet. nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. Y viitueof the power vested in mr by. law I By virtue of the power vested in me by Law I -
Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks Venison shall for sale before the Court House RiIcie.CURISTTL'c.t .
Thot. NeltJ Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps, .hall expose for sale before the Court HOUBA' expose .
4 Hats and Dry Goods, east aide of Charlettee street, door at Mellonville on the first Monday of July next Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time Mellonville' on the first Monday of July next the AND HER CBII.DXC5.Painted!' ly fl'a.tingtaiv j
Ii Rivers and Forests abound. Two following described tract of lander thrcof EnKr 'tttl6f..huhn. *.
r, corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. the following described tracts of land or PO much our or so much And a of the J 1
Lawrence An4,,". Tailor'; Charlotte street, thereof as. will pay the taxes due thereon the State moro Hunters, sporting exclusively for this I as will pay the taxes due thereon the State of copy ..,1 I .

near the Fort. 1 of Florida and County.CoIf Orange to wit : House. I Florida and,' County. of Orauge for the year 1851, Philadelphia Art Union Reporter, f

l', 0 John Utina., Boot maker, harlotte street near 1 Nine Tenths of 41,000 acres of laud gmnted to Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns Fishing towit : A monthly pampbletl ontnining a report of the trsasj

th* City Hotel.Michael Joseph Del lipin, opposite !Mounts Island, Indian Tackles,Boats for Excursion,&c. I, 30O acre's land assessed to .Bernardo Segni, actions the Institution, and information oa..ihe.J.. J.

Nelligan-Cabinet Maker, Charlotte River, doubled taxed from the year' 1845 to and including Very Respectfully, being in section 4-1. township 15, range 33,south subject of the Fine Arts, r
t street: ,h low Temperance; Hall. 1 ;'51Unlcs ) liROPRl TRESS. and east on Hallifax River. THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD. "

t John Manucy. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near taxes aud expen a are paid before day ot J. SIMPSON, SherUTand Tax Collector* o.c. 00 ... .;
' the North Gate of the City. cale. J. SU1PSON, jan 3, 1852 The Art Union of Philadelphia awards' prizes.is, _
Sheriff and N. B.-It is the wish of the Proprietress _____ '
I\ Jan. 3d, 1852 7 x' Collector, o c. that the Servants attached TaX Collector' alu. its own Car :eale. with which original American '. -\.
'. Bovling Jlley. Liquors and Rtfrethmtnlt by virtue oldie vested works of Art may b. purchased in of the U. -
, to the House should be civil, attentive By pWer in me by law, I any part .}
P.Bridler City Hotel. and obliging. expose for sale before the Court House States at the option and selection of the peltoa Who

Philip OftJi,.. Retailer Liquors.. Refreshments,. Tax Collectors,' Sale. atMellonvflle on the first Monday of July nextthe may obtain a prize at theAnnnal j
&.c., Charlotte street, opposite Bridier's Bowling 'BY:: virtue ofth power vested in me by law Ihall CARMICHAEL AND OSGOOD'S following, described tract Under soraocb thereofas Distribution, /t.

Alley. expose fi-rsale before the Court House DREDGING MACHINE. will pay the taxes due thereon the State of Which takes place on the Evening of the last w&k

\ I doorat Mellonville on the first Monday of April next undersigned have been appointed agents i Florida and County Orange for the year ld5J:! to day in every Year. -
STAGE OFFICE. the following describrd tracts of land or so much THE THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
owners of his intention,and would recommend wit* OF TUe ,
Office ./ 1\, Picolata Mail Bridier'a thereof. will pay the taxhs due thereon the $tate ..
Stage. assessed ART .
City of Florida and of it to Contractors, Companies or Individuals, 300 acres of Land to ,Joseph ilL Sanchez UNION > j
Hotel. to wit County Orange fur the year 1851 who are about doing work of flic following description in section township 16, range 33 S and E When so requestet,select works of Art without charge
} ,viz: on the Hallifax River. or compensation from their CHURCHES. 144 ncrcft of Innd bring part of a met of Extensive drainage of Swamps, Marshes, and ?u- Also 3 10.acres assessed to the said Joseph M FREE GALLERY, 210 CHESNUT STREET, r"

jom tt. Cfthtlie. Church.. North side Monumen I Iaqutre. 520 acres the estate of Anton ia' Ponce North gar Plantations. Sanchez in sec 51. township .17, range 34, south 'or those persons in the country who may live remote .
Smyrna Carr,.doubled taxed. Building Levees around Plantation Towns, and east west of Smyrna from Galleries or public exhibitions of the f. \

Epiteopel Cft'trc. South aid? Monument square. I Opening Channel way and removing Bars at the J. HHIP.SON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c.Jan. Fine Arts. I
Also. 232 of land
the Enst
acres side of
Church. Oa St. on mouth or Rivers and Harbors. 3. 1852. ,
1*_ Prettyteru* George street,P' Lake Gtor i: \
South of therquare. [ in section esuppuled 38 ID belong to Domingo Making Canals through Swamps, ,marshy or sandy -A--n--ordinance--- to amend nil Ordinance Subscriptions of membership, $5", shld be J1ad, .
Mtthtdut Epitcoptl Cl1 ',I. St. George 'street Acostn township 13, range 21.'I grcun d. ** lit. prohibiting Horses and as early as practicable so as to entitl members oJT>
near the Magnolia House double taxed. water around Wharves and Piers. early numbers of the .
t Deepening Cattle from going at large within -Reparter! whic will be for*

1 I 'I : J SIMPdON. Sheriff and Keeping open channel way through Lakes and R T- the City of 8t.dalt01tlne. warded,upon the receipt of the money, to any part
:r TERMS OP COURTV EASTERN" CIRCUIT I jan 3d. 1852 Tax Collector c. vera; removing Rafts or- sunken Log*,tearing upRoots Be it ordained tyVw Mayor and Aldermen of ot* the couaar,. .1 .

i OF F RlDA. of Trees etc. ; the City of St. Augustine, rhat it shall alsobe The Honorary Secretaries will givs receipt%t for ,.

anna TUX.' Guardian's To persons desirous of improving waste Lands by i lawful for the City Marshal. to report to the subscriptionSfOr remittance mar be made to _

! For the Counties' of Orange and St. Luck, at Mel- ,r otlce. drainage this machin can be be recommended as the. Mayor, the owner or keeper of any hone, mare 'GEORGF W. DEWEY <;.,
lonrUle, on the first Tuesday in April, and on the OTICE IS HEREBY GIVES That thirty only one adapted all the purpose necessary I gelding colt or mule, and also any cow, heifer, Corresponding Secretary. ( .-J
third Tuesday, before the first jUondty. in Novem rt Jays from the date hereof. J 'shall apply to To those who are building or repairing Canals or bull, ox or calf found running" at large within the 210 Cbesnut Street, Philadelphia. .
the Honorable Thomas Douglas, Judge of the Eastern drains it. will be found immense
value -
bar SD..chaDd M will
enl) year. the of St. Augustine ; contrary to the provisions -
I City Fresh '
For the of Putnam Pilatka Circuit of Florida for leave to sell the undivided deepen the Canal, andat the same time form an em- 8applk ",
county ,at. ,second Tuesday of an "Ordinance, prohibiting horses and received schr. M.ry Ann from .
In interest of George Henry Leonora 8', Fatio.Ju- bankment or levee. JUST per
within the
J. For the county of II.rionat Ocala, fourth Monday lu F.. and Louisa Fatio Colt, minor children of Mrs. This machine is used with either bone or steam Cattle from" going at large city of St. the folloming articles viz : .

of April Leonora T. Colt, deceased,in and to the one-sixth poorer which can be Increased to any extert. Angus" tine.in Council February 7th 1 8 52. Crackers Butter, Lard, Hams, Bacon.Cheese

I' f'ftthe counties Alaehna and ,Levyat New- part of a certain tract ofland. containing eight bun- They are now in successful operation in all parts of Passed E. J. de MEDICES. Mayor Pro Tern. Potatoes, Onions, Teas, Sugars, Floor, Rice I
a Jsville, first Monday in May. dred and ninety-six acres : situated in the County cf :he county and may be seen at Charleston,South Car- Coffee, Beans, Spices Soapv firwuns, Hay,

t"orthe County of Colombia, at Alligator, on the Orange and on the East bank of the St. John's river -, olinia; Nan Yard, Pensocola; and on the Canal between Attest CHAS. HAAGERc. c. Corn Oats," Bran.!,. Porter Ale, Brandy

seo d Monday of 31 a,. near Lake BeresFord, and bounded. follows to Galveston and San Louis. Wine. Oranges, Lemons, Cocoanu .4mnnd.*,
For the county of Nassau at Naesau C. H..op the wit : Commencing on the bank of said river at a cyprrss By application to J, S bECOR, Esq., our Agen- Billiard Table Dud Ten Pin &iii Raisins. Tama rinds, &c. D. } .f'\RR.: '
marked X, and thence South 80 Mobile for the the Magnolia Retreat, open throughout the
I Wednesday before the fourth Monday May. tree running at States of Alabama and Florida,a At TO POSTVZAbg : .
For the county of Dual), a, Jacksonville, on the dfg. East fay an oak marked F, 50 chains to a pine drawing of the machine can be se.n, with information 'day and Ennin -
ourthMondayrfMsv. also marked F, thence South 10 deg. West to another u to the cost,etc, NOT 29 no48tf S. MIRANDA. POSTOFFIt"E8TADPS. ,

For the County of St. John'a, at St. AugMtioe, pine marked F, thence North 80 dec. West 50 July 12th 1651 Opening-Oranges. Lemons, Ap- THE1Indenigaed.Poewurent Pleasant Grove .
on the second Wcnday June. chains to the bank of said river, and along said river (GILBERT & SECOR,New York Now Potatoes, Prunes, Pea Nuts, assorted the first person Ja
f1.LL7.rthecoundesofOrangeand TKUI. to the place of beginning ; said tract being known Preserves, Confectionary, Segars Liquors, &c. the U. S. who conceived,and undertook extensively ,
8t as the Beresford Tract. SOPHJA T FATIO. OTICE. March 27 B. E. CARR. to publish,the idea of supplying all post offices with ;

berorube fimMbndar of November. Lucie Tuesday Guardian of said Minor 18 HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditors Heirs. .-Tallow Candies Tu cheap stamps.; All, stamps made by him are war ,
Legatees, & others interested andles, OiU&C -
in the
Estate.of ranted equal or
C. superior to ,other that be
w For the of Putnam, at Pilstka March 27, 1852- Brown Linseed any can
county the second Henry Klonne late of rit. Johns County deceased pentiae, 3perm, Soap, Oil at the *
procured same price and whenever
Tuesday betore the first Monday of Starch White Lead any aresent
Candles ,
November. that on the expiration of six Months from Adamantine Indigo,
the ia I
date out, defective
any unsatisfactory da-
For the county of St. Jokn'a, on the first Monday Choice r..lquon&c.I hereof I will apply t. the Court of Probates for the assorted Paints, at retail by ., plicate shall be wey foswsrded or notice withoutcharge. ,
oa ,
jnNovember. Old Brattdy, Holland Gin, Monongahela County of St. Johns aforesaid, for a final settlement March 27 E. CARR- All who order
For the county of Nassae. Thursday before the Irish and Scotch do. Ale and Porter of my'accounts with said Estate, and a discharge; MTubUo lUecUDp.-Print. Rooms Sitting at Two Dollar a set ofitarup.,WITH caisatomiuTM -
only-for thirty pieces,}-
third M 4aoINoYimMr.' Champagne \Wine. jl/adeira, do. Sherry do. administrator thereof. :- Rooms (or temporary purposes, always: {a shall be kept in adlibitum. .
4 7tbounty.. (lr Dnval, on the,: third Manday o( r. ,di Congress .tt'r".Cordialtl, CI.ntVJo', FRANCIS BRIDIER,'Admr. readiness at the Magnolia Retreat. 'I. Address "Post Muter, Pletsnt
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