The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00086
 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 15, 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: UF00048575:00086

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THE ANCIENT CITY I .Fonv/h, *lire 'O. Picayune., .
wind v.is hy i and J MARUIAGH t,
t8 rUBLlHHCD>> %% E It loT, BURNING OP TUKPOCAHON' AS. \iids SU1''I'R; : i I ran colors, a portion should be !

EVERY: 8ATURDAVTAT Loss 91 'latfe. .guln B-sidps rnpidiiy and A Letter l from California, daUd April ls'. repo tie to the eye The French plain to give ,
j \Vr lire, ,lHiieiM 1o )Ir. L. |!I IHIu'M."one of who } say< : pay great attention to this 1
were loaf subject, Dud the '
M'etNUCY n
ofllcent .good effects
nfihnttalmONent Puciihiuitn.. for .Alisii gutter, daughter celebrated ot this study are visibfe
JltnplI" pf tho in Ibe
TWO DOLJJIKS PER *XIr11,1'IJ ADrAaea.rtfd HIM detail iii"-| ,, long sheriff tile fabrics tex
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r M & hrt ,.learner, bf lire, Crept: Gutter, on .wJione premies4iie first discovery whtcb'the'ploCu.e and which
.J>>! Jp a 11 0.s iJ.n Friday; nigfi'r '1"Q 161h inlet' tr.nr'I t iluttNo re1'ilCl1fdAnJ... mu.c Cid.in MO highly valued. American' a re .
' .;'f'12ai "Wrtd'd; :'iI tgtth: !I! ..wit\M. hJywhlr : of Ciiiifurniu was mndrwasirarrkdrsi hyy.the nnreatteutioq. manufacturers ,
1 tlqu. ,t,"lJkdf'tb'r:.' .. ibde1r.._. ,.... m and had about ( : fow+> d*tyragottuMrt'Ingtflr.; l" 'tit* -*- # '!!' ; 1i tb !f.f1
pult. ;
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!4rcaol aDd $TTSTY-FITK Cum for each eubee'ue Thu iiu1'J'nft.ir ,
OOe. .. ivedding. ,. wa. >rt' IDi mJow: AdcJoclTon will be nt&die or no-. The "cahontfts was,nn her wny'to IhN city A Indynnd her ,,has tuured,, extensively: to- history- and '.S.IU- .ERIOUS -'

a tier ibflrrtrd for six month*. hrr 111M' !strata, Ince b.ivitu born Nu olG nn. from Little Rock Is probably as well known tie G 'n. Soon, 'We understand* that AFFAIR.'

I Attldrcttiwtnentfl moat he paid for before In Arknn
;. O brjli-inf rotmn, mtrat or itTi un>dt'200 sacks men. nitmed Onu will, no doubt, be read with considerable interest. White Bluff; near what js known as

l lMertbaBttlrwbf a rrgolar cnitomtr. By refer of curs, 200 srcka: of c..tton sited', and 100 bales since been heard [' A gentleman term :- acram Jntos-iys : and on in Luis county, a few days since,

tint tit oar tennttdterrqaidte Mm :way.be steer nf| oliriui.. Her farmer.ctimnnnder and part have been dr wnt"d.1ilh "At an early hour'in the afternoon the invited been a.buUe being hole taken out, it wan, thought to have A: .

:i 1 Uinrd ana transmitted with the advrrtixrinral.BT m-nr,'CJnpt. iloorp, 'Mt her-nt S"p"It'on. with> \ the excf> guests I from iSueramen'o and Mirysvilleapproached Coroner Hansel discovered through his betid* '.'', f,''

1 : AdrrrUMmrnu not rkedVjih the number the intiinijun ofpritcee-ditig, to $t. Jjitih to pur- of the officers, the H.xrk. Iloinstead about the Ors. rant tley I nnd summoned an. inquei ffti'-'! 1 ,'

r Insertions requited, will be conttatird until clinsc xu+.tficr blurt 5fr. John Skifo,. firstclerk' sif and' sound. 'same time and woro received with a ;welcome !. nation. Tho Doctors Jirnigan mndeun -exai

'. ."f_ : for. *f nud rftntiiiinr OWIUT, then, look cumirmiij. tug and other that made pulh earth and air tremble have been dewed say that the .bod/jncL-.
VbiltnJ .
r chorgrd tenor
) 4 ..,., .; Tlit-ro WITH firr, Yot'i irht\ per iH on in tiie mot I with the ,ibrlllH 1s ofglad.ics*. At the boats body is indentiticdasa twelve diy*, ndrther "'"
,, ,,ffoice to Debtor andJrVtluor, ; 700PpUcalka Ixiard ofBirrr }nend'in : negro who '1on .
; crew- nail (piiKsoujjero< ,: aft'er: nnd I were making Iho the river which completely Gun. afiniord to -

;:. '..,.\ i fur Letter of ,Adiiiinittration, 5 00 h'"v'IIJt Narx lc'on. ThV en bin pftHxpntfuri* were Mn olia.pasavngers on. .I concealed the f'lrn.lhe roaring otVuu, iLb"Ullbut time of, Milledgcville, who ran away f .'. ,,
IT AHrcliiioa notices will be inserted gratai iHrclvo in number tbruu of'Iheni. little chili l The names'of '' : non, rapidly tired and ringing; of bo IN, announced men'\\vhu cot dogs seen by some gentle ,
t toiwlf.'IT. .1 re-n. -t Cnpt John ? that !1c) ',were in neighborhood. awatnn.. On. .. ......_- _chased. him into. tho ..,', ..
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: Mr.' Hcifera "ttlt's chat !* little nficr:JO o'chxjk Alexander '' ot that cordial and comprehentivuwhich butpilahtJ! .IVY"a mltn Who was an the ,
i' AH bill* for Job Printing,.,must.. be pat J on4be ; cjer.k ; river aide but saw
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t.. ., deli rn of'the work. I nt nl>jhf. whilst in the cabin, rending; he woe Iinr, pilots ; D.vid Capt. John A.Suttei has made so prominent dOKI, niter nothing 01 I

.> : : n>k il) by one of the pnsst'nrrs il rte did not II II I 'dICC', .\V J & a 'part of the i history i ot this'country.- ; uut. .wiminl about
ST AU letters oabufinetwand cnmmanicntion, arm-II somrthlnff burl' "K. He replied- the : Anlolna Barnqup, After the parties had lunaed from the Ura-jdon mSOMETHING in the Thin ')ounJr man, M r' 'j.y

\ must be ton run to receive attention. urgr tjvr.l'rrszntly' : however, het becamo. I Old..GhJA. : I and from (he Marysvillubunt, they preceded crowd-kDew or no
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L i t.1. to mansion where firearms, and J
-- ---- .- -. ""urn 'm mi:*,, Mmeiinna \V '1I1 on theil.urricnnc; VVm Forbes, IheC.rptrur's they WI!": have heard I
Ordinance mnkl.tcr provisionA dirk tit inform; the mate. The mile: KUVH him C H 1'oltord, Willis << warmly grated, nnd where thj; ladies and : AOY that migt 1
'.. for the expenses of the City ofSt. a m.iti, mats Ihfy wont 1.. low to 'se.ucli for the MirCullo: .:h, J F gentlemen made t>p c.al preparn'ions! tor the After such tcslllnlJRY the

..AK-rtt.llne for tile year lS5a.BtltorialntA origin ol if, Tiio wind Was b?O\vinst hard OUI. Fren r.Ofihesp. I anticipated per.'tntnV. Having wailed at this verdict that ore negru"came Jury returned a

*f the Mayor and Aldtrmen of safe, but in the cabin it wai oppressively( ( warm four place a couple ol hours hi vain for the Ca. a tunlihot wound, which Iu nis dealt r by .

j .. d,. tit y.A! St. Agntiet in Council Aettmlltd. They did 1CJ: fidown on' the lower'deck, nn.lrinthnj cahontnj.' imnchf, they formed' procession and march*, Pie art"! passed nut just above entered. the left tcm- !

...... That tot the purpo of raining supplies fur the year : rat, signs uf fire in the cabins retired tri Th Pocahontas ed to thu chapel l, which iho Captain had erec Iliid that said 'ountJ wns the lIghl ear,
hundred and fifty-two, the fatlowfog ted.for the benefit ot the Indians amt. uf indicted by i the hand! I
pile th..nan'Iright' : star Tlif cotton was,, piled up very high on ond year, .If 800 or upon 8Om ,person unknnwn :
Taxes Bhall be SMewed, lerird and collected he' guard, and n good''! qnnntiiy ot dry ash $14,000. Capt. about I his ranch. every thing about the prom .iJl Georg san of l" ""441. to tbcrn.--&nder t

+ 'ihattotoiay* WO.K! was .'uwed' oear the boilers. ::. her owners. ises had been put in ihe finest order the build I
On every able bodied fine belonging to residents! bits ornamented and fus'.ooned! with flower 1
City, the :
At twenty minutes to II o'clock (the alarm ware i
of fifteen ,
witbia said City between the ages and and ABOUT
anJ'I t
freight board. evergreens every promiin point 9
Twelve and e katf emit.On .f lire \vm given from the lower deck. The TEMPERANCE:
five .
fifty year for ihe fire is the surmounted wi hdigs and streamer+. ANECDOT[
nonreelJent of this pnssrnerrro! immediately' rushed tram their' A ravurite
every alan belonging: to o, The '
decorated teuJperauco
chapel was : with
1 service TenDollart. statern III their night clothes. Great confusion on the cotton special{ South It lecturer, dawn
State for hire or i a tie, and tmrounded by about filly Indians. : used to salute the
able bodied Free << of color male rncurd. Mr. Hedged for 10 illustrate iJllowlRg anecdote
On every : person immediately run dressed the influence r
.\ in an of colors not more brilliant of bad
array a
prfemnle' between<< the ages of fifteen and fifty fit'c he( hurricane; deck where! : he found this cap the turmaliufj 01 .exnmp'e in ,
than habits
H'roic Conduct anomalously blended. As the ruinous
TV Dollar. I tarn who in th MTexas had of ; fects .. an their er-
yean f.lept : nnltwho I : ; I
n"u'uuA'bur procession entered the band
ly chapel a large
On every two wheel pleasure carnage drawn by but just rt'tireil. )ff' II viea'snys h- thought I Adam and .
: ,
Mary his
; tilled the iron wife
1 Dollar. 'last ni|>nt, in walls of Ute building with the ; who lived '
-one boree! One "rf| nturning: to the clerk's< office \o code tour !to jichosl i of the old dilate,., in one
four wheel Carriage ,drawn by one horse; cernud, ull uf : echoes pf mUikalmlody. and welcomed were very good members !'
On every save thr h<>okfl, pipers :nnd piquet; Th re I the, church, gUIJd ot' f'
thc sort 0" folks I.
at the' pccfai votaries ot hymen to toe
Two Dollar 83,090:) writ $ i ippenr.mce.of iIlJUSlroU1t way, quilt:
were in me. belonging t the! boat; Iud
.. On every four wheel carriage drawn by two hor.1oIF'.lHJI4rr liculurs ot HUH bur applu'ntiuti ot'the congenial: trammels ot alonglife thriving ill the wu r Id. and Mary
; n package of 83,000 tddress ed fro thought
"! a..L .... .. ... thinks dinary interest.. It buitJtge.--T.iis: 'ceremony htyinbcp.u ? ; 0 great tied of the minster, land the :,
to ir. J. II. tlruldnt the Moses minis
failure altfoiKrrliorWJroofkept hdijise! of : er Ib\JJ: ht
Oa every Korae kept Greenwood & three burnJ labor, fifty Cent. Co., of:this city; iqJ\ sent onboard lleman' t dy. I &;...
principally tor r homo ot David A. rxin Al try 8vilJ t thop.u.y relurne ; !
... L' | S. Be it further ordained. For every License ut Ntpoibnnl! o several other: p.tckan..pCo' ; at Aoxbury, by m .again lo the mansion. Soon afterwards the .I SheaeverththinfAter'-called 4fo make p ,Y bier

to have or keep any and every Cart, Dray Wag- money amount not known. sash removing the I Caaianchu arrived with a fresh delegation, a visit, winch Was pretty utter, abe r i
CoUravcd .
.. son or Carriage of either Vcription for the purplefor Just tli"n n gush of fi: mo rose up: In front, in the house, the i i|; and instead: of the le-performancc, tit tho nup I tu blUe him a gllls of ludy muds and the min- t ,

ca 'is,ortrnasportingforhire or rewnrd.G oda near the chimneyn, and in a tew minutes the nticfllly and ; tial ceremony for the benefit of the new comers : is.er'never refuaed to imeJJbe., Alter
a while
W.&Ift.or Merchandise or any other property from forward part of the boat was nil on ftrr. The cimj to that of Mrs. the whole party were seated at .a table Adlun got tu fulluwlng Ihe example ofthe :
ont piece to another withio this city at the rate olS nn, w' 'oiid clerk pilot (hnd H islet IU such au min- {t
cape on duty, a few Simmons, from which was perfectly overwhelmed with viand! ezrenr that be b"cume drunk. I .
.I *Do'lart per annum' of the bunds racing; cut tat from to Ihe and wines. Toasts fxhilurutiou Iud-drunk up
escopu and otht:.small but : speeches, und ;
That sections ,
ordained two '
} 3. Be it farther rear of thu boat, where must of the remainder: 'sae robbers > and dancing terminated an entertainment could "ct. Allary and btJ became
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three, four, six, seven and eight, of tbe Ordinance of thus ofllccra and Wore co.lsl.qunca:: of his cry poor in .
and for pa scng; crew congreg.iti'd Su.nner, a -islet'of which marked the loss of a lovely d luguter fullo\YinJC the miRistcr'
paying :
making for the s e.\- f
\, the debt provbion of the city of it.espencea Augustine, paved the climbed down the collun bales and, er hud they made and the,lihding oft charming wife. i, .unp.e uc&j his euclasety visits ; but th'J good minister cOlllin- 1
got on the bow of |ho boat, where ,hey remi Mrs. -- aUII poor AI.aty
\ ; ,':bird day of March 1B43, mid also ect.ons, two mice, than give bim ctJRlinul.\J still to
three andfiurof the Ontieance making provision i tied until llhc fl tines wcro about (tnrroumU .seiZ''d' a poker. TilE HARMONY OF'COLOKS I IN DRESS.Dressing III dud told a glass of tody Ouedny hecnlled ;

forth ofi the of St. Augustine ptssed : ing them. The captain and clerk then took determined Is and Miry Ilt.at he was
t erpaaael City manner un art, few persons:: study il a l'Ck-ShUU1&J gollllC away for ,
and all other onu of the ',l h'ck p sags ;Cns'd to run out ut return un FriJuy-.and
'". -* the sixth day of January 1851 or egress from thu in thai relation their taste in colon and form* lIu book handed :
'. dilutees sad pans of ordinances, tbnt can be ap- Innd Jlg") und jumped| into i the river with it. but the third fellow being more the resul ut fane.y and: caprice he whcn ft C"lIt UnrnJ( the cutet.iixrn. and told

rid, '|plied> la aid of iheproviaions uf this Ordinance,ex' Tile pilot $'uo.1 at the wheel until ;his tiller weak and almost. thin founded upon 'any principle of harmony tJe able he returned he should expect her to

rm5rticept socka- may be inconsistent with tbi b<* and ropes were burned. lie d reeled the boat, to behind his beauty. Much ort buuou is buh: LeJtuwcdupon 10 answerwy" oftbe questions. MIL-

ft)w 'Ii.. aamenre hereby declared to be in full force. the shore nt the first alarm ; but she took n lion as, we regret 7"c the subject of harmony of colors" in the ry says. "'Yes. and 'lzid awa'.lbo book C tiro ;. .

, bt,>' Pored in Council.Decenibir 6. 18.r t. sheer nnd kept turning slowly in the middleof burglars. London ArJournal by Mrs. Merrifield, a lady rully. But alasY,'Ike Ii good many other ?
CEO. PHILLIPS, Mayor. the rivers; until the engine sv" pped when she Airs Sumner dealt whose artistic taste is emncnrlrd.jluyed I ( in wail members, thought lIu more of bee book i

,' Attest, aen. t"idled Jown. The pilot escaped.on a cotton with the poker, thus ( her communications. As the success of many rtturn.tbe very FlJddY the load minister was to; .
Con .
CHAS. HAAGF.R.CIcrkofthe I Oule. Thai crew In front esc.ped, some by ;
leave the premises industrurl-pursuits is dependant upon tho ob.lcrvance "What stall !
jumping into the river:and swimming to drift r d'J! says she tbe
the hint, and started of the li vs regulating the contrasts ii ter
-II.j'jkaOrdlitaoce an addition to ,nn to**, of which there were f,rtllnd' 11 many, of passing out of colors it may not,be unprofitable to some ot the tu be here to,da' und I hllVn't looked into
a' _. "' Tim.* .\Ordtaaeco relating the Po others: by seizing pl.mb&c., ,.ad flouting with i window, carrying readers to refer to the rules she lays down questions hN gay me! lIuw can I answer the-
lleetile City of St. AUltd'lUII. the urrent.until. picked: _
down to and The
indispensable ,
fulling an beauty
harmony. "
+ "'i' B* ordained ty tA. Mayor and Aldermen of cm tell you"
tit Cite */St. AgftieTh t If any Person or The mnJQrity of the people gathered at the feet in height. optical efecCof dark and black dresses is to quarter and let me says "Give me a

.4.' penooarhall commit or cause to be com mil led or rear of thus boat hud to.do the same thing; jump exit, the burglar make ihe figure appear smaller, hence it is a some good rum, and go over to Smith.j'and get.

: aid or be concerned in committing any trevpau up. into the. river nnd run the risk drowning or tier, but very t suitable color for ,stout persons! black shoes lions with a glass of vou can" answer bisques*

-I oa aay lot, garden grove or plantation within theCity catching drift timber. Some of the crew throw its (trended victetn diminish the apparent siz of the feet. On the Mary took ihb'od'tats

.( ,.* of St. Augustine, or upon any fruit tree, elirub>> mo lifter ih,* oilier! rive !bales of cotton into the other side;of the contrary,'*vhiteand lighf-cuiored dresses mik' and a julC. l."e-gnve Adam aquarler -

I '. berg, 'plant, vine or vegetable growing in anyacaJot.garden river for) the clmm'iermuid' nnd her daughter, In making, his ( persons appear' larger. Large patterns make sin; hu bottle Itr.dotr tilled he siaried.' After get-

L grove or plulI onor shall be concerned colored person'' one named Mnrii Ih6I other the burglar tai figure appear shorter longitudinal stripes, Ad-im; concluded lo and on his way back ..,

in destroying or carrying away any fruit, q\delnid', re+;ickiits of Li'tleock.. They ticks stolen from it not too wide, add to:the height of the figure; (lowed another taste the rum. One teats .

'\kl Vegetable or thing of value growing therein: such could not take courage to jump into the river It is supposed that horizontal stripes have a contrary effect, arid until he stumbled over a 'I

;u N ,t"'"'person or persona (if free) shall on conviction forr'ch until, the Inct hale woe thrown over. They 'jured, as his: track are very ungraceful. Incongruity m iy bei Ihe6rr'CHtanJ b'0kei"- and lost all f.

t- offence, be subject to a fine not exceeding tenIdllan then sprang in ; bu; when they>ow to the aur,- which trickled i, frequently observed in the adoption of colors home. Jam mauaged to stagger a

tad the cost of protecution : and if a slave (faro of the 'water this bale was already more It appears that : i without reference to their accordance with the Sown he .

1 "tfeheoahechall" be liable to whipping not exceeding than twenty-five feet from them. '' As !they passed across, "111e i complexion of the wearer. ns a Hht. blue. bon.__ as got into the house,Vary;Inquired* !
-- -- -- -- n anxiously for the bottle
tee ItJ'ipraaud the like costs : And in every case ot rum.
tit otedovictlon the offender hall stand eomaaluedeadldie couia not 8Jvm: : tneir late was. scaled lia'.h' I ing found on his net and flowers surrounding a sallow cou.,tenance "Where is the both: and rum Adam

.& fine or penalty and alt coats .hall have were drowned premioes of Mr. of a pink opposed to one of a glowing, Pour AfI1IR managed to stammer,

t,s tbfea'satUfted Snd paid A number of the crew, officers and 1 ting this estate in red; a pale' complexion associated with a ca he stumbled over a pile of rocks out "that
. to have run or nary or lemon yellow, or one of Jeltcute red and broke ,
r .. tyfariktr 9rdtned That it shall not U law.q ..uattUN wont nshonvm' land i 78.in the<.yu'I. the bottle and 'lost the '"
q .. till t-WtW-iny roerthctit or..hop-keeper or other person The' yawl returned And saved all who werein twenty feet in and ,white rendered almost colorless by the rum.

i,',-,'to keep open a fore,or dispose of any goods, that the ,water clinging lu' planks,. log, & .- which .wall found vicinity (!deep red.' If the lady with the sal 1 'later Mary was in a fix-Adam drunk-Ihe rain-

I ,..- *,ware..r merchsadiae on the Sabbath day or AfleR all) .wcro brought Ashore, their xitu.itinn: morning, ns will a : low complexion had'worn a transparent white coining-tile gone, a..d the questions
vi hotel ft sell the acme,shall on, conviction be find was distiessing a enough, Almost nakedJust saturated with the bonnet; or tithe lady with the glowing red "But .'

:,4 ti.tbeeaat of tea dollars for every such offence, to.fTttir out of the watnr, ,a cold and h-nv\ wind blow* 9tilb ull.'GOOD. complexion had lowered it by means of u bonnet for the roan bore come.. the minister. It won't do

'.(..". with the coats of prosecuting the wme.f ing.they wanJered about the Island seeking of a d* ep red color; it the pale lady bad of G If! 10 see Adam drunk," ache,
it fustier ordtined That it shall be lawful for want of a better place to bide
& not him '
improved the cadaverous hue other, countenance sent un ;
t. nnd lire MAUSER
for n houftQ Finally; some fire was! *. : der the bed.
for any per ou by himself, servant or agent to ciTe, by surrounding ii with pale By the time he was fairly un
procured Jd Hedges he does nut re* heuU has saved the
says in
len or barterto any slave or slaves, any vinous &der came tnu minister. After sitting
whih by con.lr3st. would have suffused it a
A' n; bow and
cm-member the
aptiitoa or tnt xlcat1nlliquon wi'hoot an survivors grouped.around tbwnpthero few moments he asks
express Mary it she
.. with a delicate pink hue or had the face of thought
it nniil in the of three hour hat has spared ;
"licence in writing from the having the con course onu she could uswtir the
: person '
delicate red tnd white been question, "bow did Ad .
'. at'; trclcfwidtJtre or slam, under the penalty of the arrival of ,the sn-nmboat Saxren.nn her more. Good arrayed light am fall / .

twenty d lUn for eaeh tad every 'offence, with theN war up, put them out trouble.. Tiny were of human life blue, or a light greet:, or n transparent,, while Mary turned her head' first '

*', -conts: and the Informer alfad be entitled to the one taken on board and officers and passengers bncxting wmrce t bonnet with blue or pink flowers on the .ill- n no:her-finally! she stammered one way and then

.,j. : I half of said penalty : and If the person or persona received and treated them in the kindest man ing them move side -how different-. and how much Inureatret'able ""lleftll over a pile (/rolu." out. ,

'. so o&adiDIIbaU be a licensed shop keeper, his or err, sharing clothe and other necessaries influence ot !sale would have been the impression It was now the minister'
.sr..thelr said un the spectator! In '>general> the broken u ud ; turn to look blank
license shall be revoked. with them freely. They were landed at Napoletm kindness! is mure I; but he ventured another

ii ,, PatellA Canned, 1h, 26th. 1851.. and in n short time .a number left for happier than it is atmi-neutral color' are productive of an excellent did he tide himself utter the queslio tall)" "rVhere .

., E. B. pOULD, Mayor. the steamboat the nice -cation effect in dress. They may he enlivened
this city on su Attest by a little silive color but the ,and then at thi
p contrasting
'others among whi'm was M:-. Hedges! came not utter have : .. bed, tinselly she out with il- .
9s AS. HA ACER Clerk of the Council. color should bear bul n small proportion to the
f. : down lust nlEhton the Magnolia. where they happiness of its -Ulrkrhe bed lie! There
mass of principle color. A blue bonnet and' Adam, you may '
i !
without it.
ksndno When morality
also recejvcd i every ** they como out; he knows all about il!"
.IC: t' Tooth Powder Ac.D" passed the scrim f'f; (their disaster, nothing nf all person and j dress may be c"ntrnst"d with an or: n .. CleTelBBd'i Tooth Powder EngUfhTecthbrurfies shawl, but tile blue to balance the or ng<', -not even wait :
; It is and
Ibe Pocahontas wee to be seen. supposed highest Kratit) ing tor his glass of tad '
...t.' t:.. ,Cologne Water, French Soap that she had mnk. The clerk anJ some nut only one of mufti be tit u very deep tone; n pink bonnet ma> ,

.,t" 'Caap or Soap Honey Soap, assorted Perfumes, of I he remained at Napoleon with the bf commanded for be worn with a green dress, but'ihe hue of

'S.,J ,raaeomeOil' .Bears OH,t&Bet Powder,fine 8p Ile1r.D, row Water, Jlfllitary Shaving Snap their exact contrast Colored shawls are in-
8tn to find the iron cafe.In finest of "fine urt I IIOti (1'e-on. Whig; that Mr. Joseph Wells, his ;t
BrmtheaRogei'aVprfiun,. Jockey Clnbb, in which a of colors wfechld
y stances
great variety maybe and mother
.6#' Also. .1I-.lIOftIIi t -d cabin forward of the wheels of cuhue than county> were killed on Sunday, limb mst., by ,
the entire( was
.. Isoo'sCntery, Fancy note" 'tad ttath letter Fr pert !,I It is ahtau necessary that if one part of the the Tailing eta "
I.sr jai ( B EC.\RR. in ,the flames. In filtccn minutes more, the it shyuld, be the limb t-f a 'ree upon their dweh* !
il" \ xvonJer I dress be highly ornamented: or cuisisi uf va ,',,,110' house.
het t I boat was burnt to the water's edge. The is a special: I

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. CITY. StEiirO A UlTLt TOO Mcca !-The_ Boston iGcu'te wbIlM,71h: Ps MSYTAXIOM.-O'i Thuf.Hilur ev- THE tfOUTHBKN WHIG- F erats, fur go,*! gadp -
T11LcgoAwry ANCIENT incident which lite-1''ning a large number of the old and'honorubl* We hy this document before our readers sod i*, d-eitititbo.n hx the su PPwt t.tee.. .

describes a funny eras'' of Free Mwms, assembled at Masonic this mornlt". Those who have made tbi Democratic nominee*. u S 1,Ibtw. .ofFillmiwethereby
ly took place in that city. It appears that a [ Hall for the purp rio.f celebrating' tho seiM>ndnnniversary movement obviously intend to compel the leaving them ia t.> .d

lady whose.notions of propriety would notpemit i of.Strict. Obsercanee'Iiwlge: No. 73, Whig Convention at Baltimore to adopt the blight,to ccupe which.they aresa..rifldxw.

her to visit the theatre to sec Lola l lftfontez and of witnessing_ ,the presentation nv tnr Compromise, and in cn'" of it. refusal to join .

,determined to have a look at the aan- brethren of tbe-Lo tie, of a spkndidervice of the Democratic party, if the Democrati Convention We say they will not r-taia .tew-at .
plnie--which, by the by",cnn be Men at Mf* enJornes the Compromise-or itt refines of the Union ferments in ronDe l .
or nt&KRAL BIGHTS' ate DETlalIDIU jcejr: oft that stng. Loll lodged at tb' hole OM. Gacoo. HATDBX & Co..* 'metll F. C -tu form n thud party out ot both'with a them Need Wit any bract evtret>

I t 1\* ICS1STAXCC* .TOIL. !. ale .O!)Q E T LM.AUGUJT1NE ._ i iI I where the lady bonrdetl, so nttrr the d ncrr Banta a Past Master ut the La Ijce, np.ireci.i-: Compromise platform. Such is also generally than- the position of th>twRIWti-ZO or, -.
? : returned front the theatre, the lady walked tion of hit service as aD inUu-nroui nn-l f..ilh.ful I the policy oftbe Southern Union party. th* Un i'm. Dtrmeral, Judge w rowaSlQ:
MAY 1 frit: mi.Errhe In ibe absence W., of tbb-.Thi- first of tb..* exaeSt
softly 10 the door and peeped in through the craPsrmo. 9f the rship- Roth intend t) operate balance rowerpar Inn
I .. tul Master, to Htiisr But-T,EV..;.wax entnwt- lea with the Wh'gor Oem icrailc par'yifone tcr, fans elrea-if otmmiKrd his+ delf: .
of her when she saw for
i3thr Ao crack. Judge
rr Florid Republican ofpbe (i> surprise ed the pleaainc duty j.presenting iho tributeto or the other should derm, it p rllfi'able to parrot the Democratic Prejid.ntinlca -"

(' < though by indirection boasting comparative her own husband heated at the table taking acozr Brother BASICS which be perforuHl most cut off its nnti-Comproml-iO clement and accept on the simple cotidition, that they. be

} Juvenility of t earn ; exhibits a mo't perfect oyster supper with the object of her a! I,. in.an eloquent and rbk .
'.w ripeness In courtesy i his an Editorial headed abhorenee. which tbe recipient responded in as few feeling We think it probable enough ;.he result wil his Ne* Y lr speech,and Ihroot1l b.rr La' "
. and at their l
ehciled Ihe
appropriate rr lub. approbation 'eiuppeiniiui Ms11edgaJle
i' Screw-Loose No. l"ard In reterer.ce.or tumfroton of alf bt a coalition of the Gunpromis po'liom of jot ask that the Dum craie j.
As InroaTART MOTIMEBT.-The following present. both paries. It took .uh a coalition to adopt party cuIcItaen"t
" 0 quotes :,the Floridians article of chitRoth ,telegraphic| despatch was r+ ee'ive.l by the >>m- Thb interesting ceremony rompMed thebrethren I the Coinpromi,and it i* natural that such a the finali-y of the C.wnPrumleol t10

,. April touching ,the matter of the D -le- b,>rs ot the Georgia Onion Convention while i monired to a numptuoui banquet,,* coalition ahouIJ be necessary to sualaio it-on old ftiltimore IJr..lo> -- -tlier
I vided by Brother J. H. t at which JM be coio-mi sine -If the
HIKIDSR, aga'mit
Convention and in cession
to the Baltimore ; that body' Will : .
tic*at large: pa fOr1 01
tit the utmost .I nominee of the Cotivcniion.
fceliogiid prcvniU
goo birmooy pVI ntn
r at tbe same time,,notices our remarks in re. For Janis T.Wasttaotos A'4i/ t'aucun April 21 sustained 1853. ed,and from which at a reasonable hour they do not ftl pp" r that the Whiz potty will not be done Nor wilt, hcr nor will.the--1l ,

'f'1 i. Inilim! to that article ; in, the following polite Mnn}:um' decision, Southern- Whigs goner- seberated having spent( a mo/t agret-ablecvc- avow had the unit ntli.inre t.Jr the ofseer Comprorni'soul territorial;. Abolitionism covet m-jority of the Unioij D..-sn.x rates ?11t7 tau.El'fat Mi.c:

o' I UleTbe Ancient City (an anncwoto* grn- ally withdrew. Caucus to be hold 16th June, fling and one which will po long rcrncan'.er.eel : and wil thai the numiuec-i ul thvCiHivenikn !lor Ik

t liman! ,) who occupies a place in the sub"ultero Nt B ,Itim.o,*. Breach -wido and deep. Letiho l with pleasurable emotion .by those who oiisnes-i in making the Compromise 'tu re PrtsWeney, will nirmrlf' be a noal tn.te
tail olitam that ut military
not glory
"i delegation n end, who like one of his COQi-llto'ionol'Unfon pnrtv be firm and theSou cn.ioa.Dm hal the i/ruirt -rev---un8-- ,,tu- h-*- .nr- i'iil- nn the OC- ".n.li......ow in to...._. _>.n..,. ola.nnnl....-.n nnn..lftlnhlu_. -._---___ Ilk_ Ih..1 n and tent with regarding tbJir, we it believe of they will ;i roo
h i III safe. AvoiJ both and D* rNurth. all more cornen ._
Whig > mocrattc '
;t,: ,colleagues, Is an old- tactician,* in all fortyjttf&rf Conventions, and the conservative of Ckirletion Currier.T -I ., For Abulitionhm docs not hesitate to bay tho ribt sort of own eta,tlsia ( j ,j
take to itself oil the unclean spirits or p"pu- '
tf ,explain- &c..&c. nit parliPi will rally with one (our?)' party, .,\ \ ler lusts or Ibt" ditY. E>cn BaicnAM Y..cso, I'd.:tney deem) .he right son of tdsuluti;_.P.

t "Now,.wo advise the lad of tbe flrpublican and calla. Convection Washington. Communication ol the Grttod. Boy the'prophet and ruler of a people wbu r o&nn*'I" &.._.L. 1

,1be Juvenile gnOeawp.perhaps .wt/, ought to W; C. DAWCOB. aI. Avc2i Canplcr of die State ot"Georgia. /, Pdignmyjoined ? fcnsv 'soles a nniurnl utD-'hy! "I ,.. ,
Mr.=Dawson is of the tie ,iura. JJ
aay .the Jutenal os f theRepuhlican)not to one Georgia. |J the Abolition gang. And thualbe immense [From the N. a Trw Dctu-Eitt. :

s for and friends 'fhe. Grand Royal Arch of value to the South of the (.umproma- Etcci fro_ tlla ,
. anticipate, himself ; _an overabundant Chapter the State hiag table Bio 8rla.
f. IIr TheVuCbinltnn correspondent of the (. in Utnb, ixtnne. Bm never mind, the sagacious
of Georgia held its Annual)
in and
of from fancied City Roma.
hiirrevl his .
profit; Chnrlesiou Mercury exclaims the of and chivalric :ti\th. intends t,) k'Tp op
.loyunes* ofjcrewt, in the democratic ranks ; or "Now. by St. Paul, the work goo bravely Thursday City 331 n Augusta and 29tb on ult.Wednesday TwentyfoilrChapters and a loud clucking and ruffling of feathers fur Two men hung ty the citizen /-Sir Jlu

10."lay the fluttering uuction to his soul," that on.** The action ol: the Georgia Gmvention were represented. Only four Chaps tho Fugitive slave law like a !heu-that per hot taeoatpProbable Murder of .

; fit even Iuextraordinary ingenuity and tact;Will has done much to inspirit the Southern s**ce> tens failed to mike their returns.M. silts in setting nn an addled cots, nfie-her alas H. Htrrit, of Roauu
lets, for it shows the public mind at hum tobo nest has been' robbed of s.l that wee go Jd.
;' v.:" /.vail, to effect that party disruption ; be rather awoke to the exigencies of the ;. Old WIU.IAX T Guvt7, G. H. P., presided We cineasily und'rstnd that those in the A party ufgi-ntlenvn arrived last everting f

;'too palpably desires and is I laboring to bring a party affinities are nu strong that there i I. always during tim session, assisted by M. Ji'. PHILIP from thefii> Grnudc City from wkutn tn
as n
South the
who Compromise
S. ScBLcr D. G H. P. supported learn extraordinary events which
Jloat.From the commencement of the existing danger: to be apprehended; as a return to furmuweapttun
: ( nndurable ore
; From the eloquent and fair or even as an adjustor of this article. For want of
highly interfiling room
.between Ur. Yulee and Mr. them, ns in cases of fever relapses, are more bound honor inii i"t its nb rYlanc-. tare
contest," Mullory; in to on
: to be teased than the first attack.IiARY'S nddre of the G. H. P., we learn that the order obliged to give only'the fact, wuigm
he ba., in substance taken side wUh the lat. i Is in a flourishing condition in this State And iti is obvious titough, that on them by any ut the attendant circumstance aDd pus
nndihnl nnd harm the course of event. rents the responsibility tieulars. It seems that a Mr. Patton *
ter ; and for why T certainly not we shpuldcppo peace ny provuilcd throughout jreaifc.man
AT. BANK. ut
this Three of sustaining the FugUivt.{ tduvo provision fawn Brazn,.1'Ux..IUtIoody of
s .P JIOCBAT more than Mr.Yulee. tor tbe name announcing he pension ot this bunk the ouiy from the catalogue
," ; ; very ters, working under the jurisdiction of the practically expunged, nut of overtaking *o i.u stock which was beicr
d..mocrat.11 offensive to his nobility, the object : following HtAtcment appears in the Columbus Grand Chapter of Georgia. of realities, bu even from the empty driven into tau interior and stopped to

t.in the outset has been (and of this we i, Enouirer of the 23d ult- The following officer were elected for the compliments of party rrt.'d" We respect at a iioit-d cutnpiug ground, called ""JW
"Mr.Viuer! will, an soon as he can ar their cun.isency: and their firmne- and at- Wells.'* Ik-re
i ; have written, confcu'.j proof;) tai supplhnl ills offer veiidue ensuing year : wear iu-nmped m&_:
ranK" schedule at public though the tone of the uddies-f struck ns n ...d n b. When Mr. P was i -
!I .Mr. Yulee right or wong-(for his fidelity was nil' of his real estate in Columbus, and a M. E.. Wm. T. Gould G. H. P. hardly high enough tor 116! : t .cai.u.iyci it wetPenhpt sa.t ,",ad. his ii.ur.. Mateo asleep hut br 1te.o

. tnund to be too inflexible) in the hope lh.4t considerable portion of what be owns i in Do.Do., Philip William T.L.Scfalej, DVO.' II. P. # U tu-r that the bou'hlii' U bu.l dealt IUUu.-"IN'II, fur t&lu sake; ut his names aii<| tSaOt.I. '
0. R.
; failing to elect a whig in his nbrethey mivhtfubstiiute Bank MontJromuyond in nceive ThU will the note< of the Do Archibald \.Mitchell'Gauldiof,G. 8. in big ford- an much, without sustniatngihcm lot inanition U* ibisi-tfec: bating been gitrtt
cover fully one
payment. in artion shuut'luuw lnmi hct f'niylo n .
w for him a more "piauic member third or more of the circulation of the Bank 15.. Rer. Caleb V. Key G. C. b. the lhya party r ca:z. ns darted out it
and moderation.Perhaps -
? ter UI ol cxrmpliiry.
Do.. Wm. H. { "au.t" uii-1 one ol inc h:1 UIlW.t wju .
Maharrejr. G. M. takeuo.Aticr
of his own : which is about His flour
party $350,000. mill-* I' they ar. inure likely. tu be male
Do., Lemuel Dwelle. G. T. u regular trial, be was hang by Ikea
How far the effort is to' successful in Columbus and Montgomery, will also receive good.
'! prove Do.. William K. Kitchen, G. S. Mil ut Rf. Gr.iiKte tasty, in pr: mceotttt
,remains to, ,.be, .cenVe say again to the note in payment of flour and meal 1 Do.. limes W. Meredith G. Tjl!or. I Meanwhilnif the mere qtin -- to smnll ,& This in connection
purch r. The Grand.Council. of Royal and select law sunlers aixl cent+,und' exevution.hu made other cuafe .
.the "young un / and we do so, i in a charitablr with the receipts at his Iron Works in Mont purtios till too'rrrsa
Maulers held their nnnu.il Convention nt th. liiid pcrp.'u: :::6 |IlVluidl1l1i. wliul are nu to exi which n party Urtrd .trout llntna, cronejOB
.0 .tipiri', of frank admonition ; that he need gomcry will soon reduce the circulation to .
same time. There was a full attendance of pier ffulllevd. Ills ,ha.t man continue fi> shun river and relumed with iho usher fellow tin
, .not calculate upon any want of harmony in a very insignificant amount; and enable the Subordinate Councils The following companions Jt-r: upon IH in this portentaiuern. !Dttlioulty iiud as-i'ted at the murder ui'Mr. Patton Afcler

the working of the p' plu'. machinery Bank to resume cash payment at an early were elected officers for the cnautu; { will uccuuulite on diuVulir. <).hr dues* tae same tunnalit.es bad ben i itj ex-CAtItf 1'\
but he is resolved close the affair
day to
, ( for any such catcuKtion is certain to meet of jhe Institution and surrender the charter. year. .II 'ions connected wits this of l;ivcry mutartic him. he was also. bung at 'hat plnee 'But 'I

.disappointment will find everything to To save trouble he will orange with several 1 M. E. Benj. n. RQ lell. G' T. ILL. M. oat of our do.uriuIUlJ c _u.t'al tolaWe the \\u;k was .... yet Imuhi.-d- &tni i
Do.. Jason Burr G ILL. H. T. i tinA1. tobcuininisMid iu utuer A .
pans rt'
move .in :the matter (aaiiu{ his wishes of the Agencies here to redeem the small notes
0 Do.. Philip T. Sehle G. ILL. H. A. '(,1 out, 'n n ar t.t ot the
y f observe lint thf ronrovr'.r ennrerniu; M. :K inorJwrchnged
of the Buck and bis His is still
|Jke.clock work 1H-tbe decree has alrend own. E. Richard T. Turner G. C.. G. anti kili ij if
an immense one and with his assurance that I the imp ''III'.m: of i r e'gn |(I'et.lur.it! -coin n 1Ip- ; > six m Ire lCnt-
4 e
..one forth-and the d<:om of hit party is fixed be will stand by the B.,nk* the public cannot do. Lemuel Wm. K.Dwelle Kitchen, 0., G.T.R. the S.iuth has btvn r vittil by iln-.tl Hn- 1.1I1Ia1 Mhu Ju.y lKe in the baUir' 'fur II wtiuu ,

beyond the power of human prevention. buffer more than temporary itteonvanieace.r ."I do. I, W. Meredith. G. S. I I'U anJ o<| mat i'ul j<'ct sh* wi I pr bah!! i -, ot i omtnktrux. ..iu>ur dcprevlatiomtliC &II
N ,;
the rn-op"r tio! ot Fran r.V "h.111 tiClilltti.
and it It do
: not turn
out as wu prognosticate Sap. NeJ
Morning l. I
I koon b: ca.leol 1 on in ucl rii lie jtiu.lioa If We i.u-c wiih-r'sjnce: nor cicattaif! toc"uuutnt.uaI
we,, will do, what many antiquated" persons ; "THE ALAGON. GRANT.. ailuutlitig Now &"
(would not perhnp.do ;) confess, that with atr As the validity of this f rnnt is*a-bout to be DIGGING"TO SOME PURPOSE intercourse! with St. Dw,iumgo-ami then are CUlt know ,":hiu j-o* our .sitimtHMi anti !tie

hq forecast and skill, be may In badinage. or i tried before the U. S. District Court at St. Augustine A .person writing from San Francisco to many contin>:cn'irs, now iinrn-..een. thnrniisi I iwes-Miy tor surri tcts. It :t MitHijtii to iy

."tberwl. nscribc us, as nn"old tactician; next wreic a fuw remarks on its hi- the Newport News, gives the following inci nri e, to ke iiniftexayperninie q'J a..uU : Ut.ii tau. 'h If i cu. e co-cu r a iu Hecu'ioti. me-:
dent Luru .1.. "or-.UU"'kll'' Puts.
: : Culluil
.1 .we great! miscalculate. torj may be ccccp'.able to many of our rea : \\ halve to.nrord another
ders. I Two common-looking persons entered the u yet prubaW'

t About h" p'j I.d of the negotiation be. I hotel this morning Jail from the mini--u WHIG I INGHAT1TUUS. ,nurufiuj {.tutubi} bj tie sane gang tf '''
.POLITICAL Ovmrs.-ft is said 'Mr. Msngum tween the United States and Spain for the |I! man and his wife. TUP male individual I look- robbers prone its varioui riirnificitbas, J J31r.

i, will publish an address reply to (his tIt'ulh.f cession of,"the Florida*," in 1811, a of.I. eJ for all the world, like a y-laborer and I< there anything in Inc history of pirtic Tt.oiuas II. Iluiriut Kuma tfi I \
f tl ern collengues in Congress ; and that General land in Florida embracing about ten grant million t the female bore a close resemblance to an more disgraceful than lie treatment which ilr. Grande iitr, for this pa7f! ab.Kit six ifajfi,

Scott .Wjllsboitly publish itrclsration in of acre, was made by tho Spanish Govern-1, Irish scullion. She wore coanttJ vulgar bro Fillmore receiving from th' Compromise u ;o, and bo* nut *i ,cu bcuu beard &.
I frvorof all the compromise measure) Including ment to the Duke of Alngnn. fir the 8h ]t i guns and to her girdle wa. btUchrd a gold Whigs urthe Cotton growing h'tatol E ected There U scarcely a u tubr us lit hi* t.ite.ll'iuuigsgouuat .

l l: '' thn fugitive slave law.-Savanna*. Morn- article of the treutr with Spain "all grants ot'i I'. watch and coh..m valued at least at two hun- to office by their votes having Staked his this rate, nut A 3ksicsa,

.!'w Ntl land mude before the 24th ot January, 1818, hundred dollars. Tne husband let the hotel charucteriand;( popularity. upon his support otI in a short ti.if, will tw rude red tu live npus I
We Would like' .to see the General do it in the and territories vbull be r.1tshed" dtc. fur half an hour and returned with H receipt I!hen luvorire in .J Urc-llI.ti'lilJ". ii 'rub>*, +is ibis si ,u of Ihu I vcr. JI

[Kn. AKCTEXT Cmr.i But "all grants made since the said 24ih Junuarr I fur one hundred and fifteen thousand dollar: IS alleged, the good. will of the grail urijorlty I Since writing the above we hive yeas ;
1818,it re hereby declared null and the value ot the dust which he hud just con of his par'v in th irtheru State** :heCorn- letter tru.it ftio Grande Coy, in wh. it k

I' This 8th article of the treaty would .id'1 signed transportation to New York. Tui pro.ui Whigs tllbe South have nevertliiIewabaiiJoot.4 : stated ibv murderers coo tested that a Mf
i Exchange Items.; be sufficient of itself to nullify the sum has bun gain d by digging; the husband him und his ujminutrn, lUll t., UK* ty to which they belon e I I. was orgia zed M '

i The following which appears In a recent grant, provided it was made subsequent to the dug while the wife washed BMisleJ by fair tender mercies of Democrats on the one hand the other side of tile river fur the expret

number of the Charleston S. C. Courier shows a4th January, 1818. But the U. B. C-'mmis. little son, aged about ten years." and of Se..nlitoll un the other. What reason purponu of rnur.lepUlmerlcaDs on ibeitklaot .
;thai aloner, John Q.dams, in order to place the VMC MfMM H'MHHBf MaHIM'M'VBMMHklacuuro can they assign for this flagitious desertion of the river ; and that a large number of 34

a shrewd and deep move is in progress exclusion nf tho Alagon grant .beyon! a doubt, E.IGuTJo.-Tbe flight of the their leader f None, we venture to snv, gang are s ill on this side.
by'a portion of the Northern Whigs ; to falsify tied a cluuce inserted in the ratification of the ulation Irum tbe south: ut Ireland is thus pop described which-if there be any honor in (roi5cs! is Jlfkxicaa IrruptionAmerica* Kettleri Jritt '

Mr. Cabll's prediction and secure Florida treaty by the King of Spain, which declares in the Clonmel Chronicle. nut dishonorable to .That Whigs oppord f om their Home* :

J. for Gen. Scott-Trul,,tbe"thing ;looks threatening the grant to tb\ Duke of_Alston "entirely an The tide emigration has set in this yearmore to the Compromise should show Fillmore Tue house ot Mr. A. V. Cdmonson 'ras attacked .
nulled and invalid', and that neither he, nor strongly than ever it bus within uur. no friendship is no mystery. But that un Friday last while the inmates,Judo
those who may have title or, interest through memo: During the winter i those.Whigs who regard the "adluat.nent"aad dm? hhiuKilf und twu.ur. three other_. !...
months we used -- --- -- -- --
I The fJ. Y. Cxpre. of Tuesday contains a him can avail himself, of the said grant at any to observe solitary wending taeir Its "nnttliiy'BS p'uamouofis.'Iuuj of the were totally uncooeiousof any danger Upuo

t brief sketch, furnished by o correspondent, of time or in any manner." toward the ca coaat group, but since the season way "day, should look on in'silent Indifference, lifting going to the door, Mr. Cdutousou saw that the ,

I .the life character and public services of the We understand that the pleaser up by thorn opened (and a most beautifcl one it i it) tbe. not_a finger in bis tu-haif while he is being UUUM completely surrounded by Mezicaurobbers.wbo.uptmhisttppeardnee.eomaseaccil 'oj i
who claim under the grant to tho Duke of have overpowered ,by Seward-who can witnesssuch '
\ Ala. been
Hon Thomas Brown the Governor groups literally swelled into shtuls.
present gun i*, that at the time the grant was made to and travel what road spectacle without crying sham / upon :u fire upon tbe bobse. Seizing l his aims,which
you will find
t I. of Florida who has been spoken', of in con. the DUKe of Aligon, by, the King of Spain be upon it strings clears and drays may you laden N ill the false-hearud f Will they not themselves V were untortuo.iicly pelt in cuuditioa for use,IM

flexion with the office of Vice President, in was an absolute monarch and had a jwrlect women and children and household stufis confess that they deserve all thai wt. are say. called up.+n tbe others to .follow him ia4
.,' M differ right to dispose of the Itig of them f made a rush the line and succeededin
en parts of the. Jutted Slates. territory of Florida journeying onward, ibeir final de.tioaUunbeInx through ,
I"../ *** MW M-M MM MW- M M according; to his sovereign will : But that be America. In all other'puts of the country A very reliable. corms'm lent of the Baltimore making bw escape uuburt.

POSITIVELY SHOCKING i fore the ratification of the treaty, and the annulling it is the same. At every station along Sun ion,** writes. unJcr date of April99th Many shots went then final after them to

tat :F, The Albany alias says : of the grant a: revolution in Spain the rail from G<,otd's Croat to Sallins, the al follows: none took effect ; one nun however bad tares
Tbe had change the position of the King from a third class carriages receive their of -Tbe friends of Mr. Fillmore and of the bull holes through hot shirt. Proceeding to s
most shocking of all the mac despotic prince to that of a constitutional m-n. emigrants The Grand Canal parsagc quotas-boats, compromise, as a finality are''. in excellent ranch at some distance they obtained *$*&-

y recent telegraph despatches in reference arch, and in the exurci e ot his now limited from Shannon harbor to Sallins spirits never having be tn &o co ifi.tent as :ance, but returned too Ute to effect their

.10 earthquakes. is the following : power, bo had no right to annul the grant morning at their accustomed wppour hour every laden they now Ire of the nomination; of Mr. .'11I. purpose. Tbe place bad been completely

WASHBOTOV, April 3S. without tbe coneeut ol the conex But in the down with emigrants aud luggage, on their more. They will go into the convention with rubbed of every thing it contaiaed- J1 uw

The under the article ratilyini* the treaty dutej .8-4tb Octo way to Dublin and thence 10 Liverpool .>ne hundred and titt>>ix>yjtex:P ity ot tbin household furniture,pruvis cluUJ.otiI..1I ,.
earth-fusitt President bet, 1920, the King declares thai"before railf whence. shay take sblppinxibr Anurca.n being from the uoj.*UvcbAl liititMte*, and ux ibtt..s<&aU%! t.smidtM. wear. earned'vehM
..House, and the executive departments this ) ing it. ho. bad first obtained I including the friends tbe river and alt the stock of tf
-. ... ... __ _____ the coo c:n Webster.. This ma : eunsittiog
I .1..10. r .L. '
morning i "IIIUIILIINI7 Uf ana V url"Z.- FiLUtoss MSITISO Nsw YOKK. jority ot 156 delegates will pros ed at once horses any mules driven off.as they beJ: vif.itt
An action ejecimem has been brought by York Mirror announce is -The New t'j establitn the compromises and their fiiwlf the' direction of M.itntnur oo the MezicU
PnditXian the claimants against individual a movement; Mr. iv as their atfurrn. and side of the river. A skirmish
fvyUkd.TrUtam Burt s. in one tin residing Fillf UI e'* friends in New York follows p+ declare that no can across tae river
of his speeches In Congress on the grant and holding under a title from ** \r rrnngeinents have ben nude for ns : didate that comes uotup, fairly and aqua rely, look place between the p.trtius, aDd the gobbets -
predicted the the United State, with a view to lest tbe val of the friends of New York meetings to the*? principles,_.shall be Dominated. in densiyo,and they bad only nor tarn
time when "the American eagle shall, with idity of the grant. Counsel for tbe clainvints MillhnJ Fillmore, at the Chinese'favorite son. They will have nothing further to do than to meoeed, and intended to rub every Amoon e

,one wing winno the breezes the Athntlc, Charles F. Mayer, of Baltimore. A. Toomp* Rooms every evening. of next week.Assembly agree upm kno'-n and avowed compromisemen f the river and kill theca if they cuufd.

,and, with the other hover:over the quiet waters son of Tallahassee, and McQ. Intucbrof( i meetings are for the of These as their candidates aDd nominate them. I They said that they were acting; under or.
purpose organizing she
of the Pacific. Jacksonville, Esquirea fur the defence--Tbe strength and sentiment of those who Tbe Sewiird faction can then s':ceJe, tnking ders of Gen. Caoulesaud that tbey intended
.. Hon. D. L. Yulee George W. Call are in fa- upon themselves the i sburtly to attack and
Aad C. C. yttt of the nomination of Mr. responsibility Of dvidmg sack Browusril.e.
Col Beaton nnvtintttd for Con'.-rbt' Younge E>qrs.--Jactconriftc Neat.DIATH Presidencv., On Tuesday, of FiUmorfo'lhn the; week after the p\rty and breaking it up.** I Tareau of this kind havo Uu frequuea/:!
So it would s em ba Sir. Fillmore will only made from persons over the ad said
ILt Democrats of Jefferson Mo.have next, a grand demonstration of way* it as ,
county this
non AT SXA.-II is made our painful duty rind wntinteot will be made strength need the Votes of the Compromise Wtius of have m many iustauce,, como fjoui MexrcaautScers
lasted the ,
.Hon. TbolMl H. Benton probably at Castle
as a can. the ezt rein* Southern
tu chronicle the death of five young gentlemen Garden, on which occasion Smtcs-or Flurid l i, -
t diate for the Rouse of Representatives in St'loyis who left this rouoiy for CnUfornrn. They. orators from Washington distinguishcd'Whig and Alabama and Umis.ippi-in the Whig Nation. All tbe settlers on the river are arming

district. died on ship boa rd between PI10u",, and Acn- the Union will canvas Fillmoro's other parts,of : ul Convention, to secura his nomination. Yet tbeiuielve; and intemtlo be prepared. fur future .

L pulcu sivknt mease!* and Isthmus fever This movement will not be claims. i with ibis assurance, the+* gentlemen in Georgia emtirgencMs, it they should arise. We
The Rev. Calvin Fairbanks, laiely convicted together. Mr. B'ini Edge, lwit"ot the Mr. J.no any candidate or section an of ousJaught upon stand aloof qui t tly consigning him by'their understand that Mr. E. intends to make a demand

at Louisville, Ky., of having abducted a send two of the Mr. &ubolts. These youngmenleA but an open'liiul earnest the Wbigs. :I inaction, tu the fate tu which Seward has upon the authorities over the way IA
expression of.
female slave, and sided and assisted her afterbar the comforts of home fur CdlifuniiiT convictions and wixhet of the friends doomed bun. relation to this outrage.
or Mil :
to Indiana,has been with prospects flattering. They were nil skill hard Fillmore' of the Union and.Conslituiional But why do they thus stand aloof? Are we l We do not believe this course will have soy
escape sentenced to tul miners, possessing M ru!g.xl constituuoo. Whig' p. rt)'..ns7 mistaken in saying that it it the.vain hope of.peipeiuating effect. It is the gvneral opinion that all U>oe
:fifteen .years in the Slate penitentiary. He being able and willing to work-left with ox their majority at home=L a..,to-1| acts ct robbers will bare to be broken up be*-

'was taken,to the prison at Frankfort, in com p.-cnition of returumx tu their friend in a tew .Mr CLAY king cart of tkgmseltu-br .keeping a P their!.I for, peace and harmony will be restored.. Mr.

o paoy with.several other convicts' and when ." witU{ the precioiw dust ; but Mlus f how ing Yen fast. e nresorrjf-to learn, is fail connection with Union Democrat? Du any Cdiiwoson'a ranch u uu the river,about fet\f
uI.ccfteiu.1a life the Iiv],,,. know mt the time A Washington letter states doubt that this i. their purlKhj.lhuestPnt: i j miles above Brownsville.
asked whom he chose to be hat in tbe
handcuffed to, or place when death wit oxrrtaku them I'! judgment of those who see him of their patriotism? if an "p-wk; fur him ,, Mail Rider Killed by Indian

1 !I't J ,' .. raontb.-Sam Mmti"fl. New will their reward bet Verily this, to'find place was killed by the In Jiaa*,about.i>eo.y

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a .. rr, I FORWARD & TOWLE Collectors sate.
"c.'vhhl, :& .''always m<.i convenient ,
,', ) Ibe'l BY virtue of the power vesitl& in me by too:"" I
in Irs Nov 1851.
Kirj er wen poison b.ta been taken vznlt ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORSIN -
irwewred ;Ux| : n lar, e 'teaspocnful of: it .-. JJ.7'( !:'. thf Barracks,... .1t..fugtrtline.J] CHANCERY. I i at MeHonvillt expose to ale iU. fnt before A.'frctj:the:Court ti IIoue tec

1 jjloomy in 4 turot)::r ot warm water, and awn I. List a'Jf U.E II A. ....3 r.J&.1 .Ii. \ 1 1D. I next the following! described tract of[had or.o much
of "'fet at If it duce not act immediuti ly I i thereof
once, -- --- .... I will pay the :state ant County taxe:
whlcu emeti :', take another. As soon as th II rLOXIDA.WM. and the due
I tt4 'U 78 74 : neetagary expenses therron fur the)tax .
"lot;.-" is over, swalluw a tenspoonfiil ot S 69 83 86 7:1 .j! A. FORWARD. I SIMON TOWLE. 1651. to wit: :-

". .:?* pun oil, find you are cured, without n stori' 3 58 68 7j '9 .,i, Late of St. Augustine, East. Florida., i ICO acres of land formerly: owned by Nirolo ;
vitae U .or a Actor's bill, -TAt Pluugh''. 4 47 58 69 62 FROM KSONVILL Sheperd at JUie: Miu-roe. P!Cleat ownvr nut kwn n. .;
JA Double taxed for the '
Rio 1851.
M.: ,tbs 5 .15 61. 75 56 \ year
:iu JOBI J'11..t.> ? 6' "66:1 6.S 64 \ For Enterprise and MellonTille Frb J. S1MPaON 28. test', Sheriff and Tax CoUeelor.V c. 5

uby. the ( with deep rrgrct ..e nnoun> .. to much Jon* 11. MclsTostt ui Florid, wn deb 8 49 66 63 .65 i i LEAVES ON JYBD.I\ Dj rs. Tax 'Collectors. Sale. t'"

shortly but ,Situ at tho'Pultuki l Iluuse d.ivai-: 9 66 68 'II 66 Steamer SAffAH SPALDING having \ virtue of the
.1' ; ..", Tuesday la.&. (;"' 1. Mclutosh wns 10 68 '71 7i 69II THE newly fitted up, will resume:her regular B shall expose fur power sale before rested the in me by law.
known und highly Uttettnt\J. mid, If,- 6Y 76 '74 72 tripe for the. above places ea Wednesday, the 14tblost. I door at rfrUo '( $ : so many qualities culculatcJ to 1:1 '71 76 '75 72 ., toad log at all the intermediate binduigaand next the following described tract of land July
Ibe:attnchment ol devoted friends. .3 71. '76 18 'n will continue punctually to leave every Wednesday much thereof aa will pay the taxes due thereon or the 10 v
Tbe death w** not unexpected; Forhiscof 14 61 11S 77. '73 ;' I morning at 9o'clock connecting with the U. S. !late J Si"J County of Orange! tor the ;
,.+tltt'mly. +c though naturally vixorou has bcvn, J5 10 7i: 78 63.16 Mail stMimmtosnd from Savannah. Fur freight, 18 H..o year

4. :Jh *.' ) r"'adUJtIl1Yle'dilig'' to the in :J' U3 65 66 : I engagement, or pareagr apply'on board, or to b03 acres of'land being part of a grantoNOOOceres
'tl1..t un aJv.a'nca..r a chronic aif ction of ibc 11 501 67 67 ,,6&J8 i FERNANDEZ, BIatsEE Ilk Co., 4g.ats. assessed to Dom '+

jjers ol { wluc.b'tinil.lly terminated: ill dropsical ul- 65 1j '11 6& Jan.. 10. 185*. township 20,Range J4Md35nearIwTrftik.
M ttive I 19 6s 69 68 ,6'7 : QCUR.[ JO:!EI'il atiNRY: 14 day. liuiu lk.uI InJlan uiver.
64 cent, a.man of a noble and generous im 20 li'7 72" '75 68 I more,400 bits Flour,3000 bub Cora 40 bales I .. J'i5liJlSfON,Sheriff sad Tu Cdfcoof.0 r.
O. u vi and bit death will leivea vacuum in 21 69 63 61 41 i Hay. 30 bags)' Coffee, 10 hhds Sugar 40 bile Lard. _

first r,= lOuni., wbbe 'was so much loved :1:1: 41 66 66 4'7II I 1 [. 25 Kegs -utter, 40 blis Potatoes 20 bits Apples, 5 _' Tax Collector: Hale "
I' wed Iba dUe l.J | Casks Cheese, 100 bags Oats, 5 risks of K con 40 T virtue of the vented
that .aU.uullIOOl' be 41 55 7:1 6i power in me by law
blls Crackers. 100 kegs Nails 25 boxes Tobacco 3 '
dtd Ave JtdI..U' NN' shall expote for ale before the Court Hour
; i I 24 54 72 65 69-. I. hhds do, Id bits Molaasf! 50 boxes Soap, 2 alb atMefloavUIe; oa the drat Monday of
,. 25 7'27b--72\ 5'7 Oil, 60 boxes Candles, 15 buckets 10 the Deal
'eVsctibed .
,,' ('U "u." I .. ifiII"'PP Jd{ 44a : 41. U rn !t.j.,' J Jn boxes Cider 10 chests Tea. 10 due. :BMDI. II"DII'4Tabl,5 t thetrofas will pay the uieadue tract er!Und or.M much
+ Uwreoo the
"'Jioit ptrsteutsl; i one .t after date !;tn the Q P 6fi '701'\ boxes Oranges, 5 boxes Lemons+, 10 eaIbs Florida sad Coaaty of foe Sj ate
Orange the
:: Frobauof Falwun Coaatjr for letters of Ad: 28 10., '74 '78 61 119 1-- Rice, 3 Crates, 15 boxes Starch. ,'400 boxes to 1851 to wit : rear
i>f tbe OD od the Estate of Fcribce Thigpea,,late 65" 63 64 tS.S I March 6th J85 B. E. CARR.! I 377 acres of Iliad b-Iongins '
or 'cllo
tne van U1 County,deceased. i 10' 63 : 68 81 72DECEUta to Thomns Forbes iit mppo belong -
Au ru; LUKr' JOIlNS [PI.T" OTICC is hereby girm,that I will,six wicks 16 29 lOath and being section 45 town
IX after date, apply to the Judge Probate of-St. range rut. e.sc.'a.J to the snjj
rvlcuftU 15U>;; fey 1853- > \ Thos iurbea.
but tbu : I 66 57 65 65 ., Johns County, for Letters of Administration, oo the At o. 54 q I
... _All persons baring cltinlB against 2 6:1 66 6Y 65 Estate: of Susan Follies, late of said County tteen.r4* range, 2j.east.aser acres in sect.rd toTboiuM on 40, township Forter I6ontb, (

I Elute >( Antonia Medrcis Ute of jilt. 3 45 5:1 68 47 ANN HUfiLBERT., AUo.515acmrosecti
tJiutely i B39.
deceased either, creditors heirs le- 4 38 49 59 41 St. Augustine, March 6th 1852. raDe'I low hip 14 rooth
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minutes otherVvise are hereby notified to present{the 5 40 s,4 55 41 end etseued to Thomas F'orhea.! 'ieoize.
id : fn the' time pretended by law, or they will 6 58 .63 65 51 Tax Cullalm's: &h.By J. .MPON., iherilTanJ Tux Elector t'
Mr. Herr barred.; j 7 61 6'7 65 59 > virtue of the power T'St.d'in me by Iw I Jan 3. 18.)2 o. c. '

MANUEL J. De MEDECld.JUA 8 60 6:1 61 a : expose for ale btfore the Court House r Tax I
tho S.PACETTY. j i 9 I 58 65 6i 64 i door at .lellonrjlle on the first Monday of July nut Culkrt K a islt. 1
virtue of the
Jonrt 8th May Iti S. Swkay,1 JO 47 66 7i 68" the following described tracts cf laud or: w much BY for power vested In me by law I '
en Amcr t 11 68 63 79 65" tleaeoi as will pay the taxes due thereon the State expose sale before the Court ht/u e

K errs uf I, 12 I 62 64' 7'7 69 01"Flurida and Co'uujr of Orange(rum thcyrar ]S4u, dour at the iVeHonviiJon following die first Monday of July ''
next described
did not to aoJ including Ib51! to "wit tract o f land or w
'ellltltr YW1UUA, L. U. COXITTE;; 13 59 63 63 "t ,Y 100 much thereof as will pay the tea due tbereoa
ol the
, tutu acres rxtoniiog I
, tint !! ,"ill| make a trip to St. Augus..... 14 (9 48 60 49 I' Robert tihrpherd and Jose Saectez or supposed* being to in belong sccti to State of Honda and Conn/yof Orange doubled taxed -

lens, I Fridi'y' 31st May, und leave the Mime Is 49 68 68 48 50, township 1;.range 34, the place known u Du- i nt'4: o'cluck ; which will enable J 31 48 66 47. bQr y'. CallA!. wit 0
"connect, with the Ne' York steuincr 1'7 42 49 49 38', Unless taxes and -expenses paid before the Jay I| 6 J88 :\tl"'i asa: .-sscd to Theresa HoJig::ra,' is
Extr." I J8 2 29 31 of dale. section 37 township l9. eau ge 28.

j"I UstiP' May 8'h. 1853cNOTICE. : 19 133 I 6 49 36 \ I Unless tnx.- and ezpinies an rail tuforc: the
From .0 t 34 .4 6J: I 44 \, Aim, 9910 serer sae.se4 to Clarke! and At day of ale. J. J-IMFSOX, SLeriffndjan : t

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feats cl 22 68 61 68 6j south sad ea. t at Haw Creek. W.A. .'orward.A.-tn9 Tax Collector S alt
writ valet L'1nd.nlen'd at the Land Office\Jin 23 62 69 68 66 Also, 600 acres ia Township 18. Mouth ran'ntt of the in
vested law
me by
This ; Auguxtinr, and lying in St. Johns 2t 54 65 66 6 3S, eautsutsrrd to the hnrs vf Carolme Mge B'rtu expose for sale before the f'ourt iJou I j
I' bad faller fiihrr br purcnnse or by locution 25 61 fiG 15. 61d Hardy lOuth.uf New Smyrna.Al I the city of: t. Auguuuf on the first MonJay of I f
itch .. Land Warrants, are tul-jcct to 61 67 7:1 63 e *> 500 acres assessed to the said heirs of Caro May next, the following described property or so

tisan tit ..f State und County tuxr*, 27 64 65 67 65 line in 111clfardy being ia sections 49 and 50, and much thereof AS will yay the State and' County taxes .
account .. returned on nr bulore the 1st d y 28 65 73 63 64 part Township It'. range 34 and pan [tin tuwn and the'neceassry expenses due thereon lor the
hip J d. and
The will be doubled taxed us the I iiw 29 60 14 61 65 range 35 souih of New Smyrna. year 18 I,to wit: :

u vie tlo .. 30 64 74 '73 66 dsyoifcale.Abo50bOv\ leeeuxee, and expense are pail before mitt 300 acres 3J rate Und awessed to Nicolas Snn-

ol his | R. B. CANOVA, :Sheriff and exoff.I i iJ 31 I 68 ,'75 71 (97AZWART chei being section 25 of private surveys, t nvi>hij> \
pearwnce I Tx Assessor: aud Collector, s. ;. c. crrFafleessecIto! Philip R. Y.;uugr 1 ly. 4, south r of range 29 East, being in St, Johns Couo'f
mace of { 10, '1852.:) I 1851.i tag in sections ? and 38.towndiip 21 touih ranee ty, adjoining lands of Estate of Uobert 31k tier, and :
she : : t 62 63 11 54 30, .ad township 21 souih range 31, east. Leing on FAtal ufiiTJetkes.Uules ,
& I 2 46 I 47 I 52 45 Lake Jes.up. Forward, Aeent. ; taxes and exinfes! are paid before tL..

which ; :1 DOLLARS 3 I 38 47 57 I 43 Orlta fuel and expen ej are 1 i-tid before. the day of aale. .
in/* 4 35 41 58 41 day uf sale.Also The above sale is postponed to the first 41.,...

't lve : DC PAID as a Reward, to any per 5 48 49 62 52 c' ," 1000 acres of Ian Jin section 3t townsnipJ day in June rcxt.:
R. B. ('ANOV Shrritr
, ,/ Brabant;1'I'F.{ won who will' apprehend and conn no, 6 40 66 44. 17 and 18 range 30, oatesred to David R A. and cx-ofT.
Tux "
1 ... I can obtain pueion ot ben) eitp. 7 65 ,' Asessor und Collector I s. T. c.
..a .utcgfuA 36. .41 4.1. .t Ounliam.beug,on Lake Beqi&ford 51..: Joboe Rb- NO.ISSI. '. w .
.Jp: *. Johns or Duvnl, County jail ; my nee 8 41 401 63' 49 J ere -J. __ 'N __
lelused 'IIHU II.NNAH4Jbe is of rather tall 9 49 68 '71 67 IUD1ea taxes an4 exp uses are paid before th Tax Coiieciors yalc.B '

shall .", make nud of very erect cnrri gc-ilif 10 55 69 '75 65 day of tale.. i y virtue of the power tested in me b y Law

I ,"- nl. complexion and between tbe ages yf 11 .9 59 62 4'I > 1 sha, expo9e for sale before the <<,*ourt House
wurtby FiOy-+ $he runaway "from my 40 49 60 44 Also 600 acres of nJlying l in section 40.COTiD'bip at Mellonville ou the first; .Monday of July next, the i
euro in St. Aogustinn, abut the lust of Oc- J3 36 31 28 26 ? 17 south range, 33 east, uiseu'd! to the rrta'e following described tract of land or so much threofas

i .- llrstol November I85l-andis upposud 14 S3 37 61 37 of Linds y ToJ uear New Smyrna, FoiwarJ.agent. will pay the tries due thereon the blare of .

poor The .... ( necrcU'd.komcwhtre in the vicinity of I 15 36 42 69 61 ) day Unless of sale.taxes and expenses are paid before the Florida wit and County J of Orange fur the year 1851, .
to : _
l lLEWIS J6 61 49 ,
.5 66
this )
000 aesed to John Robinson 300 of land assessed
COXETTER. Also, acres being acres to SWnarJo a egii.
distant ) J )I 17 '84. ,5 '68 49 part of a tract of S060 acres granted t> Brings; anal beiugin ectio.i 44, township 15, range 33,scot!i I
'U8th" 13th IS :J. 'i 18 73 63
lirabani. '. i 46 6'7 Robinson being in section 38,township 15, range 32 aad cast oa tiallifax River.
t4echan 1 19 51 4'7 .4 ,28 15 33 8 and J.
and,townnhip range E on Ilallifax sUtPSOX. Sheriff d Tax Collector, o.c.
tiunleu ... and Florida Hue. 20 IS 28 38 3'7. River. jan 3. 1P5J:

I ly) aha \ 21 37 E'i 5j 41 ..... Unto! Taxes and expenses are paid before the day .a.._..{ Coil H'tar'. MalcTBY -

fur her NEAvT'ACKET STEAMEUJFLOK5DA 22 32 42 41 41 of ..101). virtue of the powr vested m me by law I

were in 23 36 49 41 69 Also 06 acres used to Cornelius Monroe on the hall expose for sale before the Count Howe
ties { 14 18 -t 7 65 61 '- Wekiva Creek bounded on the south by Giuiye R. at M !'nTille! on the fint Monday of July nexttho

lnec* L. !I., COXETTER, MASTM. ill 63 51 69 63 Fairbank'e. lauds. Unless taxes anJ expenses are following described tract of land or sorauch tLeieuf

n:; 'riches, 18 NOW running regnlai. 26 61 6.S 10 56 paid before the day of aale. as wilt pay the taxes due thereon the State of

Uo I ly on the Line between 2'7 40 6S 60 45 J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector.o.c. Florida and County Orange (or the year 1.5I, tu ,

subject, Charleston, Savannah: and 28 37. 54 63 43 Jan 3d. 1853. wit I
Lyons the 8L John's River. 29 36 63'; 6i 49 gOO acres of Laud assessed to Joseph .'/. Sau-

by usury 'schedule has been adopted whit 30 89 69' 61 eMs ia section township 16, range 33 S and r:: .
haunted the hours of arrivals and departures from th 31 61 '70. 69' 59 & CO'S on the Hallibx River.
v Also 310 acres assessed to the said Jph M
til the << ports : s FE>iRVAaY.
Sanchez, in sec 51, township 17, range 34, south
Charleston every Tuesday, st 13 o'clock a.
Having : .' I 56 68 18 68 ,;. and east, west of Smyrna.MPc'ON .
Savannah Wednesday, at 4
r.a '
,With this Ja keonville every Thursday, at 10 A.X I 60 60 55' 51 P Sheriff and Tax Collector,o. e.Jan. .

wiling Picolau every Thursday; at 9 ,.. a 41 64 56 45 .3. 185. '
't'r, I .' 4 39 65 60 48b .-Toolli Powder
ptlous UTCUIU sa 56 &e
., 40 61 NEW YORK r. Cleveland' Tooth Powder, EnglishTotthbrujO.es. !
paiD. of Pilatka every Friday, st 7 o'elodt ..i. 6 63 58 77 63 ARD Colozn Water French Soap, .
'.. ',.
Duriae i Plco'lata" 10 i 'I 59 10 11 61 : J liE.\V OltLE&.tN Camp'ior! Soap, Honey Soap assorted Perfumes
. voice Jacksonville every Friday at 3 r. y 8 54. 6'7 59 66. 0 EX PRE H Philieome Oil Bears Oil,toilet Powder,fine Sponge.
kef. ,i Savannah Saturday,at 9 A-X 9 64 65 56 65 N Hair Dye, laoee Water J/liitary Shaving Soap d

t er
ful .of Capt. Coxetter, and her speed sou .11 60 63 11 5.'It 16. 18 & 19 Wall at. New.York.iVMainst. &c. Also, an assortment of Kogera & Worten-

Jam to I for Passengers are Bisarpaeaed. b* 41 66 65 41 ,: .. Hartford, Ct. hotn's Cutlery, Fancy note and Path letter Pepcr.
putting ever placed en the St.; John's. Freleni II IS 61 62 W State fct..' New Ilav 9", Ct. at retail hy BE CA.RR.
with gesslow .Ibr' toy other line. Any tar 16a l Ikiltimore, Baltimore. \ Nlr 29

,J ._r undersigned can be Agents.oktalaed by applying. to eith STATE or FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT, Pennsylvania Av., Washington. T' lfcV6ALD A3 IT PAS ..t; .') .

.. .414 Htreslen J W, LDW&LL, Charkftea. \I EASTERN CIRCUnrr. 8?. JOliN 7 Fourteenth at., Richmond, Va. \ -

Itls Got E. W..BUKER, 8avnnuh.BELLECIAS8tEdo I COUNTY. 84 Washington at.. Dosti n. IIORRISVILIJS'8.. I
', own FINEO N. 72 Camp IL, New Orlco ns. l .
: Poet i that Jackson. .u1Dpa.l. L SU\IIa' h CRAxctriv, -- RODE' JOVR Me FOR 'IS 59. '
rdi- R .U. BEID, TUatki. w. compt.l BWlfi Di, 1
I orce.I Tax Collector's Sale.BY .
rotted : HOI1CD Cornish .mner A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.11aLlallLD .
10, t8.52. virtue of the vested" in law 1
1I i. 1 appearLBg to the.tisCacdoD 01 the Court power me by .
for ale before the Court House WSXKtT AT TWO DOLLARS A TZAR.THX .
'of tea FOB SALE. i byj affidtvtt AIN Ia &bia cut, that'Morton Cot.aish ,
door. Mellonville on the first Monday July next -
AT I K. BOULTER'&CO'lTORE 3 8amDel' the Def'e.cJu& above named,tesidesbe-
fr94t.A { : by the Subscriber yond the Laths or.the State of lIor1di, 10 that theotdiouy I the following described tract of land or ai much ,.ufitrJIu. OJ'Tn JrZW sxxrxs WILL szisscxn I

: 1.." and now landing from.the scar.. procell oflA.PGDOt be served upon him.Tberd'ore..oa thereof u will pay the taxes due thereon the dtataof o* tax nur or lAm:"., xxxr. I
oaJiipp Isabella from Baltimore MotioD oCMcQv.eeD McIntosh, Esq.Rolidtor Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851,I
the: tataels of Baltimore White Cora for the Comp1alDant.1c 11 ordered, that DO- to wit : Tax Home ,Journal has now become nniverai.
'"s hits bethels White Oats, ties of tbs pedeltq or this snit be Jim, to the said 100 acres asaeseed to Elizabeth ButaCh. in see. There are few familese of cultivated habile-(few of t
sport s,0 bales of Hay DefadaDt, Alonoa Cornish 8amaer.br pablkstloaIn SI, township 16. range 33, south and -eau on the those who seek to enliven and make home the most $

'.! 30 bbls Howard st Flour "Tim Aaaiaat CItT' a Milo Newspaper pcblish- Halli&z Rhrer. ,lintilHgent.f ai.d attractive plac*--wbo do not now
,,. ':. >> 80 kegs superiOTBatter. ed tu chi (:It) or It. Augustlne tD the Conaty and J. SIMPSON 8herifand Tax Collector,o. e.i receive it. It is read we believe wherever run the

.. ')o exert 15 It Ho._ 1 Lard, Clrealit afor.'ald.for the tpace of Ww,months re- jan* 3. 1853 j I void threads of domestic happiness and true moral
tits S bb1a ppks. -. ';ring him tae sau UlStDcSaDt to appear and answer I refinement which are woven so thickly into the
etra 20 boxes assorted Crackers., the said Bill or the'laJDa and the matters and- thlnp Tax Collector's Sale.By i eager and coarser web of our coaaf"" Industry '; a
', pUat8! 4 bb1a Pilot Bread, therein alleged will be taken u Coaieeeed. virtue of the power vested in me by law 1.han and energetic 'prosperity. The Home Journal .is the ?
,ib-il nf 10" Mercer Potatoes, And It Is further ordered, that a hearing had In expose for sale before the Court Howe speaker to tbe hearts of this busy nation in the boar ;:
,for the 5 keel Batter Crackers,'I this Case, at,the next June Term el Bald Court, to door at Mellonville the first Moaiay of July next, fivm to hipPi- 1eM I Del relaxation.
dints 10 boxes RaWnsflbbls be holden in and for St. Jckns County aforesaid, at the. following described tract of land or aa much At Nest Tier Prttntfnm B Gt0, .. tot s .
/ Onions the Court House, in the said City of di Aa ltlDe. thereof u Will pay the taxes due thereon the Plate Lady tbe Home Journal is one of which tie remen5r 1
ova with 70 lbs Candies Rhea trader my band at Chambers this 4th day of Florida and county ef Oruge for the year,18511 ..M it r.fc. **nr week,and it ia uruuxi -
CiocMaseerted of February A. D 1852.THOMAS i psivd u a giftfa good taste.
1 cue ,: :" to wit: .
"COr of Wheat Bran DOUGLAS Indge, &c. 31O acres assessed to James Clark. in section 'Tux.-foroaecop1.Q9; for wee copies. $5 .i
60 bags .
tJteiee 1 case rkklts.; assorted. Ant copy from the original order. 43. township U. Range 31 south and east on the or for one copy fur three yeah $S- aiways .: sJ.ounce. 1
-Ivet Piee t. P. B. DUMA8, Clerk, c. e. ST. Joan co. Hallifax River Subscribers without delay Address j
dosea Jars
,,crowns,; 4 *. Lemon Syrup FeV 88th. 1858 J. 81MP ON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o e .. I MORRIS & WILLIS 1

\,5 wholesale" sad reiall. I I' Jan 3,1853 Editors,'107 Fulton ,INCI,Nrw.Tirk.

..The .. share of paplic I,p.troat.. le respectfully GREAT fROAIN 's cbr. PLOklbA 7 days from New J ork 90 Oil .e-T"Uw Csndke. TiltI

'af\er.. JAMES R. HANNA SELLING OFF AT NEW YORK COST bales Hay, 60 hbls. Flour, 5 hhd Sugar I CandleJ Sperm. Brown Soep Linseed Ol.- 1

Mrs t .. ",.$ 1S.IW. 1..iI, Y entire Stork of Fresh and assorted 15 bblL' Crac-kftl'l,10 sacks Ball, end 134 Pack Adflmanthte. Canflfe.Starch.White l Lead, laJigo. '

b", COLLECTOR 8 BLANK DEEDS, I M. Goods! at Palatka. 0 I I apes to B. E. Carr, 10 boxes G. Burt Sundry assorted Pai,,,., at retail by

,1 ttcl. at this,Office, I I I larch 2'7, 1852.: A. H. COLE. Packayes to Bur'JnsBme & Huwk, nt'd others. Msreh27 E.CAUR*. rlC ;

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""" ffeltlti Oobu George Streetn rth ofth" December; ? ,f' } f S } : :$0,00QP.L: j4' vfrtue'of thr'powitr 'vesed ia me by law, I 'HI: "t. of tLc puwrSvsJA: JI
door north'oi the MethAiifct .\lachaa :DeJ'Lc' ontheeecnd I BY sale tLe Court 'House for isle! h. t
l tAr JjJuarVpnd on* jt : t For the ccanties of ." INS VRACE Ibltl expose for before : ; expose before. Ih CGM .
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::7 Cb'lr b. 1" ( Monday in December. : t. at Mellonvilf en tie first McrJoy .1 I June door In the city of Kg Acgtwfae o. tiki .

T'r.dd lLv.tOn\ 'Treasury Lane, Jf u, 1b of Forthe county of Colombia, on the third Mondayin I COHPAIIK.NO.35 WALL. next the fbllowin z described.I tact of land or.<> much' day of May 'next. the followiag d.'cn.-- .
t l will the t-tau and County taxes I or so much thereof as will ,
I tLto
7 .lr'-u.lheS uarl' 1 IVcemWr. S 'ETAccamulated, Fond NOT. 1st, 18-9. 89304 ,- thereof a pay par Sta! ,
l\ City tfal'U Charlotte: anJ'8ay Strc tlaJl.w I The'U.S. District Court, at St. Augustine, on> l:!: invested in Bonds-and Mortgages and the necessary expenses due thereon for the. year t taxes aDd dir ol't'itIIrr expense,due ,t
door* :uuth East df the Puulie Square. I I fuel Monday in April ,securely and uxkaf 1851. to wit : year 1851. ,, wit : .;
? and Brooklyn *
t : /". Jfottl.k: On Charlotte Street and 'reas THE TRA VELL I1'8 GVID!. .unreal estate in this cilY of New York, and United ito; aeres .of land formerly owned by Nicole. A lot,of had in the city of 3t. A.= ,

: on' La.ii-, north of the Public equate;ann ltd to thedoors L > the aiate anti City |I I Sheperd at .Lake.Munroe. Pm nl owner .of known. i dt d om..bf' east by Drax.n Of" oSiM'isIa ,

,k Kv.il! Honsr. ? I ROUTES FROlTcHARLESTON- Stairs Gvezument.Thi4 D..iuhkiaxed4or the year 1851. low of G Pcmar and A Mastm/M dw **

' : \ BOARDING HOUSKS.On fund is rapidly increasing by a widely exten-.' I J-SlMPSON11 .&ennAud.Tax Collector v c. lolomato street. on the rtootfe b WIIIC. .

.;: .: 5//., F.ti.. ,. George Street, n f. S From Charleston to XtayXork. Javingdai1ya'< drd The and prosperous d..business..lared a dividend. ol profifs of fif I Feb. 2 'EI. r. Aud.ru; deceased on the -Honk by.ntSJ
..South cUbe Court HOPe anj)'ublic S;uae. 3 1a o'clock ,. It. By Steamer Willllj -'on IBO Company the3l S sorri3inally owned: the late Cton?'B.ns
, I G. .V. Papy. t1i Bay streets cocntr of Bay and iiiil"".-By Railroad to Weldon 1C2 miles.-To I'eI ty-two pt'r cent on all existing- policies. oa I I Tax Collectors Sill deceased and assessed G. R. FzIth _

1 Garden Lane. '. I I lerslurg 63.-To Richmond 22....To Acqnla Creek Ji.nniry, 1848 divided S. among virtue orlb power' vested in m* bylaw', I lug ia all two acres more or,If'IIs' .

;: !> DOCTORS. I[ ?u.-"ftj Steamer to Washington $5.-By Railroad to All the ProflfH Insured.arc I r By expose for hale before the Court House I II Unless taxes and expo uses are paidk4 L tk

1: .i' Djct. F.Wtfd": ''OJice. at hit Dvt1liitg. ", luu. Bjltiniore 40.-'rc. nuladel.hia 9i.-To New-York The premiums the are payable in cash annually,sem- I I door at Mellon ville on the first Jnday of Jvlf day dante.tf.B. S .

; on Bridge Street.Cfct. I(87. Tvtal distauce "7 1 lu lcli. Time CO .hours. Fare annually, or interest being added on tLe! ', next the following described tract of land or str ,CANOr.Sheriff and ez...
quarterly '
:" :j .John E. Ppck. Offic- on St. George !street, $2J deferred I I much thereof ns will pny thetaxes doe therern the Taz Asucsior sad Cot1ccirr.i' ,:

r ,J' \\'t door North 0f the ':ol1rt Houae.i t The "Southerner" (Steamship) leave Charleston cal paymentn.The principle adopted by this Company ?eurrs -, Stare of Florida and County of Orange tor the rear Nay I. lASt r. ;

: i DRI'GGIST.P. S tenth day after the 27th of April o'clock- M. 1351, to wit: '
every to the for whose benefit the insurances TOValuable L1W1 : -
,* .t C Zylitra.! :Ch ruiist and Drugj-st. Cb trlotte Thra in 60 hlunt. Fare (State.Room) $25. are eff-i-n-d,parties the-whole nf the advantag-s, without HO j a nor Ian being part of a grant of 40 0a Tracts I'LtiTij of Laud f 1 1
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Ik:; SteI.. : ,; -__'lfJ'1I_" .I CharltttitH. __.to_ .PhiUJelphia.'fne.1,__ _..._.I .. ..1. .t OSprey...t..L.. ... I subjecting; tbf'tn.to the heovy drawbaclw of accentupremium -I ere* ns'esd to DomingM Ac sta. in section 3 rHVlKsuhscnber as Agmto| ibc "nit Sale.,
--- --- SO, Range 3 Land 35 near Flownder Crtek OWlets
I,' fIto' I1Tt"a -- -\"flt'll U'U ( ja.\UIU Jl.I'tl.roug:1 latt'd notes. township i JL offirs for sale some of the juoa valu
( jL.AWYr.Hr* Arillery r. ) : in 60 hour Fate 5Fnm 2U. Persons iun fleet insaranM on their own lives Indian }her. in tact Florida, to wit : S 1aa :
1t'.Law'ffiee >
1;. S. vott/d. Councilor! op I Ckartttttn id NtID. ,. ., J I II and the lives of other A married woman ran r. 800 acres va liable hammock ho J, Writ
-' l tne. i.? t-IIor 1o'clockA.) ). By S. C. Unilroadto Augusta 136 cure the life of h.r hu-andthr benefits of which are jan3t1152 I ington.known a* the GiM Lan.lin Wane ofFW. ,
and Com
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; I d. A. ruinnrp. Aitnrnej If rniei.-Ey_ Gfoigia Railroad to Aihuta 171.-By of herself chilIrtn. i I "
vcured by law for the exclusive. use .l-rc.ser"clI. Pickles Ac. I 00 acres near the Alachum :Savanna .
1:1: t4f\\Y oIliN'. e l\tu zttrctl. 42. By ,
i It Macon nnd XVeitern Hailrood Io Griffin RCSCRVKD Fruits lUlIt'rte.r-rtuaolf.PC'aches.1 the Uaney Gfllnt. ." ,.

i Geoige oiSceluiueJCourt r ;tiiau4i. House.Auoinryjind. Counw* brat ;.5ta1ge to. OpoUka 35-:43y' Uojlroad to M nTe\nieryIM Clergymen and all others dependent upon' salaries ,P Limes, Apples,' Quince, Pine Apples Currants I I, 1400 acres in dan Fiasco !Tamr near Tie .
t j *
: iw I i; H Stenmrrto Mobile 331.-To i it
4-: > of Strawberries. Currants and nawille. known U.lbe L-twton i ,
Fig Lamb.
: i __' ;; S Time 123 hour' are specially invited ro avail themselves a resource Oianges, *.
4-: I PqBI4iOFE'IcgS.. ICG. Total, dUtante 1.03G' t lls. : whereby their surviving famik may be secured L t GuajrA. Jelly Vcrmaclli| Macaroni, Skeet Oil, i iI I I Several thousand aeresi good and in :ihe Am
: 'J J I .Fare 3D. 50.Piom ''
I'tlTater. \ & rom the evils of Almonds Madeira Nuts, Filbrils Pea NU. aasofled' doudo Gr.aDI. ,- r .

: POd Of eg. G';it. Llainbia-s Court Charleston to, Xiu>.Orleanvn Savannah I Panar.ftI!etn6nntorv penury.. of- tIll- DrindDt, s of Mutual I Candy,Roc C&!! y. Citron_ d.inll. .,ii, Bay I I 7000 acre* OD Halifax Hi!". Soath o? ft. i..

' .J!.u. !(, t', Snr- I daily at 9 A. )(. By Steamer to Savannah 140mirs.By Life----.n'-r.------ID urance.llud illustrating! its advantages with Kum.Congress >V a ter. Cordials PrnnetKl Ginger ,I guiiiue,known u the Bulow Plaauiion hatia* 80

r.I'rr Ges.er !!. (Jlit : B. A. Putran Cui.ralK'niUW J/aconand Western Rsil- forms application,may be obtained at the office or i j jtlie Preserver, Spanish Olivia, Champiign, CIIII' f. Ii acre ofupen land suitable for cane and eoCtfa

vtyor G n"rd. on jlu-ixral Streetcorner. of A.Lane tiUery t'road to lisrnebville 4".-By Stage to Opelaka 100.- Company, 35 Wall st.. or'of any of iu ogtruu.TRL'STEES quort.1-"rinll, Wheat on Urns, Sardine I, Fresh And several other bodies o( hammock aiel.

! an J 1Itatr"t.f41JOffiee.A4T., I i' By Kmlruad to Montso.neiy OS.-By Steamer tot Mo- :11I10n, Pickles, Capen.Sap ago, Spiels, Fancy navigable waters.

> Noda Register uf Public bU! 331.-To New-Oilran* 166.Total distance 1,032 Jo* B Collins, David C Colden, Soup. Crackers ylndrnon Fine cut Tobacco,My The, title are undoubted and terms low-.i.-j,.

J.andr-office in th+."Court Hi.use.Thot. Court i, mile Time 77 hours pure $39. &0. Wm J llyslop, Alfred Edwards, ers Honey D:w T-bacco &:. at'retail.i to S GEO. K. FAIRS tfrxs.

T. Kusse.t.i Rtcei\rr, office In M1.SCULLANKUUS: TABLE. R H .MtCur'y, Win Belt, ?. E-CARIl. Fcb 28. 1852 8t. Augastin',FTorMa..
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House. I- -
Di-wnces. FareTime. Ered Winston, Joseph Blunt. Tax Collector Sale Tax Collectors ."-
GJumpbrtt..JuJiI" )ofllce" Avi/e.
rro& I.t
: Judge of ( To Athens! 7.v, 221 m. 8745 2U h. C W Faber Isaac Peaiton, Y. '
virtu of the
f power' vested in law. of the
the Court me virtue power vested in
Iloui.t. B me
in ('elerB. D"JlIat.J'Clerk Circuit Court, of!he ; in ".(.IUlftnnUO II, 'rcnn., 44 13,12 31C.'oldinLa.H. John P Yelverton, Henry Wells, I hall expose for ask before the Court Hou$ BY expose for sale before the Court by HMM.law I
the Court 11"1161 r :i : i : 01, 130 4.00 Theo &t'Jg'ickVOl Moore, door at Mellonville on the hrel Monday of July next at AMIon-ville! on the first Monday of July

P .. *Rafael K.Canoval, Rhc-riffDn'rn Collehce : cr.of-- "('8U1t"n, SC.. 142 4,00 9"lIlitnLur Stacy 0 Collin! Zebrdee Cook, the following d scribed tracts of land or so much following dt scribed tract of hud or 30 nexttka.
B I mneathm.of
4,00"Mrnph1'e'un. .
S. C., 13C John II :4warr Jona Miller the
in the Court House.jColtretor t : 9fas will pay the taxes due thereon the State as will pay the taxes due thereon die State '
lice ; ., 740 28,00' John \VadrfWorth David Comstock., of Florida and County of for the Florida and of for f
of Catloai John M Hansono ,- iPranterj Oiange year County Orange the yean J
Hotel \; I l'3MSt"ngt'rlJ for, t''hf'r of the above places S M Cornell. ) Robert Shuyic-r IP51 to wit : town : .4W9304 \'

.. Inspector of Catfoftt Oin.Howard, of ice njlQwarJ Charleston, daily by S. C. Uaihoad. 10 u.duck Guuv M Wilkins James Chambers, 377 acres of land belonging or. rnnnosed, .-- to-- be--. acres on the West side and Ms .._. _
I John V T. Prnvn .Innh Tiwkrnnn. --- .
r lon
A.i. to I'honi,5 ;
-- "' --- ---- Forbes being iu section 45 the ride of Hallifax
.' Huildio:, Market square. 1" ----roo town east River as**,* to
; ; ; PtIPr'
.7. //. Sranfoij. : Judge U. S. Court' N, rthern virtue ot tin-power vc,ted in me by law i Fred Whittlcsey / Moses II Grinnell 16 range 29 south and -east, ,assessed tu the said Miranda b*ing iu action 39 and 40. tewadun HI
,: .tictofF1lriJaoffit in the Court Hou'e. BY hnll fXK>-# for,tte be- ore the Court Hous- Charles Ely [ Wm J Bunker, Thoa Forbes. range 23 south and east. ,.

f,i.L 0 G. R. Fjirlanlt. Clerk U. d.C'Jurt, opce( in'the' door nt Me.Ionville;! : on the first Monde y of Augistnext John C Cruger \, Eugene Dutilh, Also 5t2 acres in sect'on 4f, township 16 south J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and TaxCollectop. .eART

! i Court '.ifoult".; i iiF" I Ie the, f vllowin described tracts t f land or flO Walter Joy, Francis S Lathrop S ranje 29, t'0I', esFed Thomas Forbes. iin3.I852
'. Goorge I. Zchubaur 0" ico in much thereof n, w'll piy the taxes due then on the.S'nteof Alfred Pell, J O Thatcher. .. 515 acr-sfo section 3J. to\\"D.04hip! 14 south
e : D'Ulglard"
Co of Orange for the year JOSEPH B. COLLlNd. (Jre iJeDt. 27 east hein W" UNION OF I'illLADELPBM.!
r.: ,he Court House. < : I : F.ori'a: aid .my range ? o-i r Mnks! of ike Gorg-
> JUSTICES OF THE PEACH. I8l.to wit I ISAAC A !1TT. Secretary. a iia a.esst-d t o Thin ,* I*.f h,'. hlc'Urnl br he Lt.ldiUlUc.1

i" 'I' ,. f.f.Gft.t. ,llnujpHrejrs/-ofli-.e in th< Court Hot l'uhUc'-offire' ay'' oeed to belong to \Vm G Foot returned G. R. FAIRSA.SKS, Agent St. Anguctine Fla. Jv 3. 1M5' FOR J'ROMOriON .
I 11 C'}. L: J'hilljpt, Notary n. ing or suj" i t r-f. OP THE '.
.', -- Nr .t I a little: North'of I. the Market nnJ uc' door by Bjnji-iiu A I'utnaii. IGLh.tfT'5T'f; <:7"-'V' q. ,, .< Z7i44JL :7 ,ias,. S :..,ft, !U1''f "ofl'. JTs OF DJ,, ,.\.I"'. IlB'
it 4.'e. t Po,; o. ICt.$r > 350 bplitnginlC or intpp4ed to bf'lC'n J. U'f'h1; dJ I Y virtue of the
A trot .icre yt'81e.l
,, .r I I ) I' rW''r in me IIlaw I VIHTLD r i r i.
t ;1 CT7 1-'uo B .
..r' T.2"1 PI. t') Chariot 'l"Guberi, MuriwJ by .William (1'\ ST. AVGUST1XJC, E. T.MT.S !' shall expose f.r sale before the Court llu.' ..
';l'4" ik. : '
i', ,' [ wd. i lnnr! at 3Jelif.nvilI ,on the first Monday of JUM: 0 OFFICERS.HW .
f Andrei ; I I
,Paul Arna'JtE. r 1 \.1': 9; 0 rrreslHonsingor! nppowJ to belong I.STAnLISILMENT hay utt, the following described tract of land or so C. CARET. President WILUA* D.TCzuxy

J"i t,,:. .. >.f Ale' licit. i I.I J) Altiermrn. t..Rc.ltl.ftllIrlio., rcturm-il by B A Putnam 1 Thorough Repairs th'-t I I m-vh thereof as will, pay the tan-s due thereon 'thrI Fire rru iI,,'. KUWAKD P. M rnw.. TVrow .

.J!::: /,'. J. Quincey. I. .' .1 J SIMPSOV. Sheriff and Tux Collector 10. c season, .is ,now ready for I bu"e of r'lorua au J County of Orange doubled taxJ K.: II. Bt-rtEK. Reeordiif Sreretun..
/ fT Charles Hange .Iffi(, Jll1t 1 5'. FAMILIES "ANDTRANSIENT e Lorn Utf yc.r 1315 to and i JUcluJmg Ie5l, u (:WRG \V. DEWEy CorretytadiugSec.MANAGERS .
; \ Clerk of the Ciat : Council Jan _ roroption ot Cinnpnny. 1
I wit
: the Council --- Sale. I It BOAKDE11S have : -,-
, S rn rn; Trh Collcrlorn can spacious .
: .vCil" Marshal and Clerk f the Mess let F. P.I 11.11) Y virtue tfthe power vrsted in me by law, I Aparlmcnts. section!30 37. .r township?; !="-19., 1 to Theresa 28. Hodrigurs, iu : / <

': l I 'Ift'u'eua. 0 .JIJJ hull for snle before the Court House I range Job enmTn. Charts' Topp-n, .Tvn.5.. Walta
S t ( expose Ilooms Airy. Clean, nUll Xcatnu Culetaxri: an.I r -""; I -' p- ;? | "ItIll..-
PORT WARDENS. doo- the first Monday ol July next Cjiritr* \LctI.-n-r.t; tl Uu'.Vr: lL-iry : Paee.
.5 at Mello iville on /
, ,
I fnriiished
!n lid f. handsomely. nf ?al-. J. j: ..ML'.iOi'r.tmo aid
.1'. C.. Zy1stra6C/sarleaIlaiiger' Jo,. E. r mar. the following -scribed tract of land or eo much dny ) '*..' son.'1. D.. Oharfe, G. Lehn I. WiHwm D Let.is' .
: nsItIim. 'ar %
,: I t i\otliin? ; j..u .i; ,'J.. '.Sct t. -
I thereof< will piy (the tnxe* due thereon the 6mtrof '11- Ihusz i isvell known ns being rc'cirtly! -, Jo.,pJi D. Stt""'". l. D.. twin R.(W,
, ,. j, UCT10NEr.R.: ,' S; f 1"oriJaunl! County jiOran.je for'the year Uol ;;" (;" ; 'tua' ". alc. Fdward P. Mitch.-!!. John S. Hart,A M..
, Built Expressly l with aiow to the nccontOtlali'.n -
:'fO. CrDtt'r, Fl, ii. rcimruanJ J A. Slr "hu. tuwilt ..j-t"t' of ih- power v.-i'd :la'me hy law I Jauirs L. Clairhora.
- : I If' I O359 acres asw sW to Thoinn Fit ch ,being in of Iniolids nnd otters hciuK't'nllr..ly By*' 1? "-\n ..4Fjr -nli' '. f.I, tVuirt I'onri !
!MERCHANTS.Bu'Iinzime sect'on 3C, 39, ani I 42 wns-hips 14 end 15, built of Woodvih Room connecting, Folding iu the city otS. Auguaimr o-i ihi that Monday: otMy Every lUviuiwr. for tins rear flUI,

: .1 Howk-Corucr of St. Georgeand ranges-?. J. sIMr.flsheriffndI Doors, &e., which renders! it Free from ucit.h-; u.Io\v.: ..; dec! : -1 p.pdryr s/ *- IL reo/ -, lor .euiM crptioa or FTLD.u.z-

..,. .": T tesMTy Ljne.Etrroughf I I tau3.1V2. TAX C.,llector. Dampness. Fireplneesj Blinds to windows S much thereof 33 will yay the t41tt. aud County tax. .a print of

S '," E. Cafr. Wholesale anJ Retai denier I'Mllcctors fStlleBy throughopening on Piazza Promenade Two I es and the necessary exp.'nard due !thereon fur tie nU TIXGTO ': "fHRlxTIAXA AND Dn\
: in firal q'latr!' Family Groceries of' al! kit d*. Li- Tux 'aw I I Hundred Feet. Protection from Rains Cold I I year Io I,to wit: CHILDREN

;of tuc t':*)' "fy.r". I, !rl oIIC for ? of confinement at all seasons of the ycor.'I .- chi > 'i"Z !ct:.n 2"of private: furv"ya. town>hp AND TUB COMPANION
I the first Monday July ,
j t r' Gev.'fit Rnrt. Jii-nler in Staple 801 Fancy Dry door at Jl/ellouvilie scribed c n tract of land or *o I'I The House Is shunted fncing South in central 4, ouii! <>l range 'JJ Ia.'t: -injiii St. olin! Coun. A print of HuutinstoJ "MERCIES DREAX S *.

Goods, Wet -M+|' i)1" Charlotte street, a few doon I j next much, the tiier following?'.'f ns will I av the taxes due there.m tlej I position, and retired from other Dwellings. ty,adjoining; lands of il.tate of Uobtrrt S MIckler anEsta EmswtMi A. {I. KITCHIC.Ye* T"rt..

f.l' South of Tr;.i;nty ).an. ,j of Florida and County of Orange for the The House contains 45 Rooms. with additional 'e cfETJenken. Or the choice of any two of the fir,loving
'1t SeiM.. JJ"k mw.! Wholetale and Retail dealei r state I Parlours, Dining, Setting Kooms.nnd conveniences -r Uuf! ta-e! afcd tXj-envs are pill brfore the Four SpICl.Ul Cugraiclug
1851. to wit :
;; in Dry GooJun -Grocerks. Grocery store on the year For Accommudaiion Jay of tale.
7. S S ground floor of fliu City Hotel:Dry Cools Store,1i t lOt acres nssessej to Joseph .M Hernandez in I! general can I The nbovc sale is ro. tron"J to the first Monday viz :, S

S Charl; tt ureetj, $Ilo arJ's Building..iUriue section.43. township 14, range 32. south and eest. not be surpassed. in June text.I I.-JoHS :KSOX'S LiTEJIVIXW WITH M-UtT QtTIXJOT

kl!! S Jj 2V, Pinlcham. Dealers i itGoods. Fancy J. SIMPON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c. I The well earned Reputation this House. I R. B. ( ANOVA, Sheriffnnd exoff.rvaacssu I SCOTSPttiatt'l If rAub.. agrtted 4*Serlta.

; &c. opppeite tie! planters! Motel on .Eastsxie L .inn..3. 1852. has from. Year to Year acquired v.iLbe! th ,___ A ....I '..It ,- _.. ... _. 2.-flVT1LziLlLz, ginleiiby Rotheraul, tfrntitm
W" TT t *
.n _.... "* *t % A > iiix uiiu 5IJIU.IIVlp "
L street.Fedra rL. Tax C"tlcturs Sate. I'rtiprietressMrS. LIAVI mm to sustain, ana .*" .,.;.
: v.tnnotte fmw
-r S 0 S B nel. Dealer Grot cries, Provis ons, & I virtue of the power vesteU iu me by law I for the liberal Patronage heretofore she returns Nov 1,, 1851. 3.-iIiact's D&zut.Paintedly 1 nt tJtn.B.r, JI

L comer of Conn nud'f ':t. George street. c'l By ho 11 expo e for ale before: the Court Heusl' her thanks. 'Liii.oIcc1t.rs Sale.t ,I red hy Ritchie. -

: P. J. Qtiney. :Wateli maker and Jcw let, on ,Jour At Mellnnville: on the first Mondiy of July nrxt The Table will be supplied with choicet By t virtue of the power -vested in me by Law .CaaisriASA ASD HI* Cau.nRLvPmiated H.*

?- ,; George .m- t. nearly OI'llllal'k olHcc of Dr. FHo t-ck. I the fo"owi.ng described tracts of land or so much Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish Ducks, Venison, I > "hill! expose for sal" before the Court Houseat S f t_f tont Engraved ty Anlratt

:' \' ,. .Ve/un.j'. Retailer of Boot. Shoe s. Caps ,Iht'rf'of. will piy the taxes due thcrron the State Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time i Mellon tille! on.the first Alondny of July next the And a copy of thePhiladelphia ..

} 1' .' Ilatsand Dry Good*, east side Charletu e street,J' 'Florida and County of Orange to wit :, our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or following described tract ot laud or*o muca thicolas (: Art IT ill on Reporter,

: :" omf't of Charlq'jte street and Trearary I at e. Nine Tnthsof 41/100 acres of land granted to more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this I r wm will. pay. -the taxes due thereon f .the State of A monthly pamphlet,containing a report of the:tnas
' S V Lawrence JllI,lrru. Tailor, .Chariot street, : ,Joseph Delespin I oppocve: .Morrats Island Indiau lIuu ('. I,honda and County of urauge lor the year 1851, aeLions-olthe"IntitatioD. and information oil the

.j .near the Fort. ; I River doublfd taxed from the year. 1845 to end including Horses, Carriages Ponies Guns Fishing to wit : abject of the Fine Arts
: t J . '; tUe' City Hotel t k : taxi an J expn.c! are paij before day ol being in section 44. township 15. no'Y 33 south d
'.1! Michael Nrlhgan -Cabinet Mcker Charlotte! fa I!. ?. J. SIMPSOV, Sheriff andS Very Respectfully PRO RIETRESS., and east on Halifax Riyer.t' The Art Union of Phila
: l sirctb LOW Tenr\>erance' 1111. jan 31. IRS! T ix Collector o 1". J. SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collectoro.e. its own CartiJcatea with which original Americas 1

-1j I'. John .Ma"IIJ.Jha\ k Smith and Gun Sir Ufa, near ___jan 3. 1852 1
Tax a1e. (
Collector works An thalT.
may bepurdiased many par
N. B.-It Is the wish of the Proprietress
; :, the North Gate oT, the City.. Y virtue of tb. poorer vested: in me by law I that the Servant attached TaX Collector'* uie.By : States, at the option and selection of the prison"wto '

,, J : L4uor.i ) B thall expose fat wile before the Court House to the Ilonse should be civil attentive I, virtue of the power vested in me by taw I I may obtain a prize at theAaunal
BitelingUey.. and Refrethir cuts, byF. ,
I doorat Mel'.onviile on the first Monday of April next and obliging. shall expose (or sale before the Court House i DUtribntioa, ;
$5 ; Bridie, C.y Hotel.i the following described tracts.of lard or to much at Mellonville on the first Monday of July nextjhe Which takes place on the Evening ofthtlatlvtd.
i Philip GintezRetailer\ of Liquors, Refreshments,
, 'p thereof as will pay the taxhs due thereon the State CARMICHAEL AND OS GOOD'SDRCUGIIVG following described'tract of land or somuch thereofas Year.

/. .i-c", .Charlotte kstreet, opposite BridierfBowlingAlley. of Florida aril County of Orange for the. year lESt 1IACUINE.'fflIEunderuigned will pay the taxes due thereon the State of THE 'EXECU1'IV& every cOMMITrEB OP TUB 1

:: ( -- I to wit : have been appointed agents Florida and County Orange for the year 1851, to ART UNION. !

I ,STAGE OFFICE. 114$ ncrc of Innd.being put of a tract ff _u_ ef the owners of his invention,and would recommend wit900 When so reque8tet.elect works ont,without enarji
Oee of t U PicolJtta Mail Stage. BriJier's City 520 acres the otitu of Anton iu Ponce Nurthof it to Contractors, Companies or Individuals, acres of Land assessed to Joseph it!. Sanchez or compensation. from their

t ll Ulul. ; I.t" iny rita Barr, duubk-d .taxed. who are about doing work of the following description in section township 16, range 33 S and E FREE GALLERY, 21 OCHESNUT STREET,

i. [ ," I ,viz: on the Hallifax River. fcor those in the who live re-
country may
t CHURCHES. Also, 232 'acn ft of land on the Enst sii'c of Extensive drainage of Swamps, Marshes, and f u- .Also 310 acres assessed to the said Joseph M from persons Galleries exhibitions of tin
f mute ,or public
if t Sanchez in 51, township 17,, 34, south
.. Lake (korgnstiposd ta belnne to DominlioAco gar Plantations. sec range
;. Raman ( ,11r lie Church. North side ilonumrn'Epiicoi'tl tn, in section 38, Juwnship 13, range 27, Building Levees around Plantation or Towns and east, west of Smyrna.MP '

S Equiie.S .! t South side Monnme'nt I: double taxed. Opening'Channel way and removing Bars at the ON Sheriff and Tax Collector o. c. Subscriptions of rarnVrship. $., hld be 1Idt.
Ch-irenf square. j mouth or Rivers and Harbors. Jan. 3, 1852. 01
Pretfyteri }1 Church On :t. George street, I I J SI IP.QN. heriff. and Canals through Swamps, sandy as early as practic,'I.. -10 is to eititlm-mb ,
.. Stth of I t b t' I I jan 3d, 152 1'uCoIlt'croro.c. Making, marshy D ordlnauce to amend an Ordinance early nanSen of the '*Rp'rter,** whie will oefiw
I A-
S E"Ir.'t'7l4Z. grcund. Horses and warded the of the to put
Met\odttt Chureh. St., George: Street Gttnrdiiiu Notice. water around Wharves and Piers, "prohibiting ,upon receipt : money, alT
S Cattle at large within 0" the .
afar lie \1aaJnha House 1101 nit country.
t: 1 I VOTICB IS HEREBY (JIVES, That thirty Kt'epiagupen channel way through Lakes and RI,- the City of St. ,Ansmtlne. The Honorary Secretaries. will give" receipo *>t

;: i. TK.iiMS. OF :COURT EASTERN t RCUIT ; L.S il S days from the date hereof i shall apply to vers; removing ,Raft or sunken Logi" tearing up Be ;t ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of subscriptions.or remittance mar be made to.

: OF FLORID | the Honorable Thomas Jonglas. Judiriof the Eastern Hoots of Trees etc. the City of 5*. Augustine. Thai i it hall also GEORGF DEWEY. ,
c : Circuit of Florida for leave to sell the undivided To'pel IOOS desirous Improving waste Lands bv
S ; ,Marshal, to to the rrI1.I .
i the
S : be lawful for City report Corresponding
1l&llfG TERM.
t interest of George Henry.Leonora S-, Fatio,JnIM drainage this machin can be be recommended as the
tu' ''e Cv indies oi Orange and St. Luci?, at Mel- I only! one adapted to all the 1 I I Mayor the owner or keeper of any hope, mare, I 3 10 Chesnut Street Phil delphla. _
F... and Louisa Fatio Colt, miuor children of Mrs. purpose necessary '
and alsor ,
cow, heifer
colt male
t S i 10nYUl, 011 -hit. first Tuesday in April ndonthe I' Leonon T. Colt,deceased in anJ to the one-sixth To tho"e who are building or repairing Canals, or! gelding or any TO t'OSTJa4.STiif2JI.
tb/rd &uda .before the tint V" iiuay i PtoverandTues- will be found bull, ox or calf found running at large within the
immense POST
: put of a certain tract of land contain'ng: right hun drains it. value as it will to th. OFFICE tJT A.:1IP8.:
the Augustine
ber. inrach nn4 c\'Cry rur. I dred and n.nrty-ftix: acres : situated in the County ef i deepen the Canal, andat the same time form.an embankment I. City "Ordinance; prohibiting contrary hones proyi- tmdersigned.Postmaster at Pleasant O'ror

f For the ccui4 ofPutuam,at ritalb,an Orange, nnd on the East bank of the St. John's river I or levee. frioos of an within the of and THE Co. Maryland,was the first peim ia !
from Urge city
Cattle at St.
i 'i 'day in Apnu t' near Like B'reifirJanJboundedaa follows to This machine is nsed with either horse oreteam the U. S who conceived,and undertook exteasiret '

:. foTtbc iouny of Marion,at Ocala. fourt i Monday. wit ; Commencing on the bank offaid rivrr at a cy.'I power which can be Increased to any exte-t. t Augustine.Passed in Council February ,7th, I 53C to publish,the idea ,of supplying all port oSeet vita

\ Vf'April! S i pnfi tret'tniarked X, and running thence South 80 t They are nowin successful operation in all parts of f .1- tic'flTr'I'.l U..r.. D 'P cheap stamps., All stamps made by him are/wir
t'tr the counties o'Alachua anJ Levy at Newr c> .5. uo &U"&'IU", .uajvi tio tem.Attert .
I drg. f.a..t ly nn oak matked F.50 chains to a pine :he county and may be seen at Charleston,&ath Car. ranted equal or uuperior to any oihtf that elli be
S o. nfirst Mnnday in ;May.jrot nUo milked F, thence South 10 deg, West to another -1! olinia; NUT Yard. Pen.socola! ;and on the Canal between i procured at the same price and whenever any art
S the Cour/jr of CoimuLiia, at AlLgat on the I Galveston and San Louis.j CIIAS. HAAGER.c. c.
pine marktd F, thence North fcO deg. West 50 \ I sent oat in any way defective or unsatisfactory.11-
1 eeo \1t.r.dllJ'! May. chains to the bank of aid river and along said river i By application J, S.'SECOR Esq.,our Agen. DUllard: Table and Ten Pin Ali '. .plicate shall be forwarded, on notice, wi bort
I S For the wun(/of 'csau. at Naocau C. H.on the | to the place of bacinnin? ; said tract being knownas at Mobile for tbe State3,of Alabama and Florida! ,a A t the Magnolia Retreat, open throughout the charge. All who order set of stamps. WITH CIAS**

We!aeAtsylHlj. re tlie fourth Monday 3!I y. the n-ford Tract. SOPHIA T FATIO. drawing of the machine can be seen, with information .k. day and 'Evening. ro& DATXS at TWo Dollar only-{for thirty pieee J-
S Fr the t'Uat cf Duval, at JacksouviotfhMoaJay e, on theugustine t no4Stf ,8.
> Guardian of said Minors as to the cost,etc, Nov 29 tUR.NDA.I than be kept in stamps adlibitnm.

S < r"r the ,Couply f I M4ty.*f ,. Jol!o'a, at S St. ____Marcb_ 27. 1852- I July! 12ih 1851 GILBERT SECOR.New York Now Opening-Oranges, Lemons Ap I Address -PostVaster.. Pletsnt GroTeAlkPB1

cntheseconi )2 UnJayin June. Choice iqtior9&c. Potatoes Prunes Fca Mats, assorted Co.Md -
S ": r 41.1.)ru.. S ld UrutKlf. Holland Gin MonmsalelaVhukty.Jriih N- Jotic w ht'f't'bYltYrn to.all person having claims Preserves. Confectionary, Segars. Liquors. &. HOTICC. ;

Fcr; the counties of O Oranjo and St, Luck Tuesday ,() ,\ and Scotch do. Ale and Porter again tne Estate of Susan F. Perpall deceased March 27 B. E. CARR. 18 HEREBY GIVEN to all Orditors. fItltlo.

S befons ur'tMbi-iav; of 'ovembr Cl amP"gne Wine .Madeira_ do. 'Sherry do. present the lime wuhinti e,pr cri dbylaw.'or Legatee,& others interested in the Estate .

S For the (uny of Putnam, at Pilatka, le second r.rl,do Congress Water, Cordials, (1u"'l.In... such- ,claims will forever be aired.I CaDdies 011. &c.-.Tallow Candles Tbr- Henry Klooae late of dt.-Johns County iocewed.
: Tuc"l.y bt'tQri lh:.firbt Monday of NoventyofSt. ber. &c. BE CARp I S. V. SANCHEZ, Amiaistntor.I Sperm. Brown Soap. Linseed 'Od, that on the expiration of six Month from tile d tcbereof I

Fore Joka's, on the fin t Monday April. 3d 1852. Adimintine Candles.Starch White Lead, Indigo, ; I will apply u the Coon of Probates for the 1 i
-5- S. I assorted PaiaU,at retail by I C .juNoveiil'e1r : S Schr. Florida now discharging Butter aforMaid a. ;
0 5 '. For the;county .N'wau Thursday >efore the By LnrdCrackeraPorkIItmsBconsbouI. 'ubUc- ttectJu.-Print Rooms.Sil Dg March 27 B. E. CARR-, 1 I of my accxmnta with saW t ute. and a discbarp ts ,
S S Nonm 1 : Rooms for temporary purposes, always in administrator thereof. -
third Mondays of$ r of articles usually COLLECTOR3BLANK DEEDS for

,. : .,,:. ,. .5 S 1...omber For. tbe ,county j I of Burst!, on the.5 j third. Sttndayof S; 'f,dtrll kept.wUh at Ihelowcsl a assortment.prices by' B. E C.MIR. .I| ,readiness. Nov'29 at the Magnolia UU4fS..MILNDA.- it. .1 I TAX, at this o e.I' 5- 11, St..Augustine Ftbre FRANCIS jy,!il&.BRIDIHR 1852.I ,-ALa 11

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