The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00091
 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: June 19, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00091

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trvDLtsnkD \L. er ne-:ho is di; ging-oat the Canal, and will Southern

.l EVERY: SATURDAY WEEKLY, i, a(1;, rgUtt) I I .i I The enie'rp'Ko an J) tin, dig tar.'the oxvi-ers! of the, enterprise as long In Inflkin S over.JluuufacUirinjj.n the other day; (days the 1
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"lI I Ii Georgia aru plainly I t ql'n} m the. manner they Bans nuUft\n.; ) a 1
B F i. cA'N0M{ *> QCCIIC rt: 'd ".r.'rtJ' a stockholders purchaser ot the bonds. He the concerning
.- ". ass t' ( saMella.Jra .1rt carry cutheir numeroutoubJic improvements I number 0 Penns* Ivnnia.cotfoii 'fnctories '
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'*& ='.? ". 1i .= 4IIJUf ;.:, ..L flfcev; .jinie ali not-"--*** r"umB a r .ofmilt's it rijjht enough to employ his ne roe* to die I and the profit derived thfcreJronr I r :
l 7'AS 'Joinris totS < our mind lay ,<,
( slier
nlrTiffSintrnWIff lu.1t'oI'r-1 titan ispai iar.'J'ifniailcri'nnthingiohint '
w m 1 a tit' r our o .r 1J1) rust. It y? il his"pmplti'ers) raise ctiveiy recurred to manutocturlnK'' in tr.'
Ju nor DWU bright eea, of Iho UUliin, e cepttag hew \'f ,und money out ot the. boutlinra contrasted its
IuLtda'perrgaareof 12 line or under, for thc'lirflnurruoOt C"r,rated coptivt j brother 1Lr.S.trhu 1 .Ctts, and they pay ,larger dividends ground or at whatever Sltcritir.e-hp it paid. with the vigorous-prOgJt'3J& and Impurtanco -

and BtTENTY-FivE Crst for each ulnt'- Renee the filuO's1.Y\SlttnJ ..tigmns"Oh ; ihaii UI.}' other Slate whatever.Vo: observe If the mom-} gives out, hu will lo:)k out for Northern brethren. The enterprises of our

quent in. mion. A deduction will Lr made (for no. 1 .'Ckrniinelull4 t weed 1, for'tiitr t h,' :in tidvrriitcnirut.in, "ur column.thai they t I f other work. neither satisfactory nor pleasant.investigation; It "us

lie Inserted for six months.JO x .tlC llO'.V sc' 'K.eumplete .',; t'J slit L 'nd ill this market It there N i any good to come out of what cost more tt ihA q uoluir; '. U..e rcrct and I i.arrook.
Cu!>!nil, I, taw tlw'm luove ni ot\ fo dcarJ.n bygone '! let us bA informed i ) uuttihcalion t
g yiJ.ihtr )
n short Catiyl e.f only 12 miles xxhich I than anything else
AUadre-riweuHnts maM he nail A>r IVfojtitH 'Iru Lit UUI' tll'l'v i wjJuld=- Jlt'r'hn sere'the stockholders in lhi. Brnnsj 1 1i -regret Ihut the 1'1- 1
Lila :H a ijuv \ii"M iriim the Atlantic, to theecuii mentable want of
ii a.lud..vy a tegular cujtomrr. Gvnillu'gii4 4rd.J 1lI.tIcIIon.ifl\J, "I-1 wick I enterprise exhibitedby: the
: Uy reiertMmr unlit Statg'oi: i j| Cill1:1IYu want Ii:h', for we believe people of
; ILOIU than one thousand our own section
cLitt i of
ring UTIn, toe Nj4iite tutu tinyLe, our 'oil ; all jo lltt a humb'ug stppendous humbug! uantcniy dsart''atrdinJ
fiii'i Jcns
inili-.sof ti the
largest ablo
., Je of r.'ire gfia! and \ : fur boats ; advantages bounrtouslv( bt-s-
taiaau UBiiuuiiuJ with i''ri.'uICUI. gratt'fl.c.u i But for he Irt'sent'e turb !JI1'. At a future .
IIJwi tludov.'oouttfigl4l goJ] currying; a thuu">rnd bales\ ol Coi'otj for e.xporlatiiih 1 J: :U\ve 1 upon us by nature which, pf "perix-

JUT Airfrti) ruteaU not maikt-J with Uie num-- j : nt the city ot runsu.k.Vo I learn day we may, h:ivc something, moro to say., ctiliix'atrd! ant u'ucct J xv<,u';, nfao,* us tar

.Iet "srriiuur Jl'clun'JiU; ] Lc c'iJtaliLI.I\'d uutil I How y jfusgtij.; ycr!>orp*etnulrr.a'? '' ) dint iw! lout.!rtd! that and duilar have ul- : Mca- :! -:ic1..tc--- yon.I! all ol our neighbors in xx :'ulthl. prosperity -

'" furl aqj cjtargf for. lu iho tau 11 1 o{,' ihdr! y.firds' j d'i, il'oJ t, fit: Lniitati J y the Muck'ioldurs' : on t3y and greatness; and muruncUio'iJtiner, ; .

t1a How yrtr lfd, y raring l rnliors.Vh j j'JJ..J Ih'O; ,.:tnnl. A'at .
t ta Debtor nod : o- own Hud
'r"llInrll. : $7. OiJ at..} Urtiy 61k4C '. =The oiFicprs! of thestoamboil Eirnn pean, li'iiwiiiKJ 1
It1 j vi p1) ttd utl.t t tl'ljd! 'uf t non IiI first apathy should be the means of
1 tuna fat Laltf Ainunl! nrfii-n. .1 (I'Jt3 \ n \l(ley calm 1 'xe :u 11f1IWOt'd OC.I.n'r from Fort Smith\rk.for Cincinnati, related bmldmjz
::* i.-r. i J (,1 1Il.\t > 'I L.u :>iiiipi
All" rcliiuaj uaitcf Mill le inarmgroBii. We Wo 4 ..ilk, .' ray p :. > ,' ,41.' atl.i rlllttir.tt i tllf.tI:1 8. Draper on Thurs- I I. the particulars ort melancholy suicide, which erful' com.nunilies and Sun- thou.uiii* ut"mill's

1Mid;. Qi : \ ". iiisy I, 01.' Ua atvtl :, r cent bundson orcurrc'l on board of that boat, to the editorof from us, who J
Ccutl I ; by the
un* what he hath( -. ioncd, c'lupon{ 1 1'it'UI'f'll I the Memphis Whie. which lie exerei.-eof energy, 1
.. "tJr11, : Ml for !.ab' ; '* tinivetvuf''' 1 wt u i jd'nrw upon my Jineee! ; b)' tlhttII'Jrl 'ngr! thy entire pro-i' publishes in industry and skill, have contrived 10 make ns. 3
1' 1 1 that\journ l of .fh 'J2J ult-, follows! : i
th'trd d Ntlt rhric rgloiiuuv lagndt; (fret 'fifth l'ltl'IIIIU'If| 'I liternliy'hexvers of wood and drawers of \ -
Not toe t1ipls.: 'J'te ,. ,tis t\\lfhUIJIJrl'lllhUlJ--1 Yeterd'ty' morninz, ahntit 8 o'clock, whilst ,ter' unto lht'lOYo va'j'j j
liiousapiisficlda; ; } huveviio
-find tens : right '
ID".Alt liners to complain
futtnl't' the .:
on ftnJ cuiiununicntions'! mfUt.O"l'n. was under ft}!l luvulxvay ;
Ikit rind the will 'in f
the ( IhIt
ofhauJOU n.I q'IIt mure is
toe ,vermin 'J ItltHIO10 1u.1i i our own fault and
.m.t DI':TDBT rain to receive ctu-iition. Lhhl ..tar'ujJ sctu'"" ik.e; t1.e /.I;! :*,ll tau-i lrr \c'.i.'J: s tor the cumplcuuti of j'{i some fortv; mil bflnvv Memphis Miss MarvAnir high price hive xvo paid, for it. a ,erv. .

-: .. I Biorlly xxnlk-'d delibfr.itdv oat :
-- -- -. wt.l'ks. up -- "II'tf'.l'la m at lit
'-y'li. 'i" I *) miller! in ,
a plain,
w ToM X Cufle ctor'," Fa. Curse .' '.: i,1'1.\-11 rr.utacthtt! r> I bvot en ma!,! with Doctorit : the g'lard over the boat, spring oierLourd cat !i'hl. Tnt p.t:opKjol i, r ihcttuu-hQtt prnc'i-stoves
virtue of UV puw. r Vntlcd i 411 air by low, 1 for y< ur bur l nJ knsvi-h aoci't"Ull'fI. t, and disippeareil; imnudiatrly beneath the tho'' )
:By i: tIS s 1Lreun'tt,' hu i-t now M) the arc producers IIf t a runntI: lalYtuch
14.111 1 1 XI"tJ for tilt In-fury ilfr i Fur lple -lexlo'i ground xvat r*. Several her ,
Court ,iloiiK- j .y u | g ; \dHI hS l.ulr! f-ret- Ii i persons saw com:nit the in i itaruanufaclureit .
at M.'ll'.aydlr liif fir ifullowhig MoiMtty U hciiHiuei ; 1.llnlJu..lr proseeunngIht rash the state, ru"> t e :. hllthtJu..
oa oj July nexitiif { -, -skMiiiiS, I art; vessel was stopped instantly.ttifvaxxl : .
k 111, 1 IW11 ami ('xa tp.rtlillI. In
tle cnbd ul kail I I- X'.tM !1"m ; i.s hu IS known to cloth* !shprtPnp.it; ...tfi?r
trust or kumuch 11110 I. m'uHlcl! and .ibie! eJH; *
) every pos| rt of <
iii wt0| dryly the ttx1 due' ih-n-on the :tats of 'Ilan .t4r8nl:, faxoriteMenuu j I\ bu (tilt: ui i.tual i.'i'\; ttct:r! and! responsible miide lo save her; but to no 'I'url'o.t!. She jri>ti'nd'irn. TGII >-a,v mat 'rial'is reculiany -

MrfrUaauJ Count ufUraa f tar tt. j I' t \ Cth.trbttrr8' ii U :11.(; b.l! btu Ilkdu; I&.halo it o ill mi>re* v.-tiie uianf What do' /
; eur ltalu tlw surface
> never ro-i to
> again and niter
". Oil'. I Would Got- IhtUy l1\hHl f'rnj ",'.t lit tlw l:"! Octol.cJr next, renders xvtdo xx ttsl 11? L 't us tit't''f plant H, cul-'
to bt
Qtl'M'ur I b'1l11.t: waiting and searching i in vain f
.if.20D nrrrsdf Lam nsw-spJ io Jowj.h U. Snn t h.W-r '! ". : .44 i .: i it i; n'fi.i tu bi- .uCtJUlI' i. !hfd. Tn miles are! Ihu boat >r same tim",, mate if, pick il. gin it, bale it, k-t.d IUu our b
xxas compelled to return to the '
direr t in.factionWMovuijli j> 10, luugt 33 & auJ f Kobihflfnlt.M.xUiTrr. I'1 r'1J cjuf J'lttii'ntl!) j'Nitnh t ra( to f n"I'. : I.'A1u i aiy'frish- d, ktiving oulv twu miles nil. xi hi ch proceeded ('n' her comm'-rcial ii>arlxxiure almu all uf i l it H .

; 1 1 Jliat I l.ku (Tud'o JI.Ui.iKL-. un Zl tintu Hvhls t! '1 .tri ..7'ktll' be ('lnt.-t ucd-J.. :'I'ne fleet lI1 l ltlo l voyage.It shipped to points from throe lo live thousand
j that
; I a sta'e-room xvni pd
Also, 3lO icr f. usm J to ilie-mul Jose rti .M \u'r.l.4 ( it 1 tbl t,.,uf..Hn h..a lit ct draxv noxv resitU'iits appears rrtgn! miles off, wrought into various deacriptieirwof"
-' Hock for
J Little Iwo Mis
tVaucWz in H-C il.tovvn.-Iiij I > 17, eau4a i-i, ruuthS. I HJI.Su\\'u f f'erh !its I to' tie citc: tIt ll .ah\\ Cot Hum ail quartt'isa persons, Bradley fabrics, from superfine lawns to the coarse .
!tlli cry ) tn t bIFS : : and a gentjrm-'n to xxhomshe. "' to have
BnJ cart. \';\ or ciryrun. "( : Aeiue! and f':.:; rjin-inj, ;; then !ruin Now EIIt:1r.I as cluths required ,fur negroes, and then a .
0.1 IIillt nil ;; greatpurl
; m"II': '(" n."IIIIIU. alltl\'u .thrill"t been previous to their, emb.irkation.Wnen .
J. l1nON., JJUciitf and! Tax Co!:ec;br, o. c. Lo.J: !, 1MOV'i1 I llX'! t )' 1'1'" II'lu( ti.e near cuo'l.le- nnrril-d ; inn ,| ,rlt i is sent b-iek and sId to u"stet' 'its
i haH ',iiih( utiil LK.\.UI ml
t t
Jat 3. 1J V > ilr it t1:1r tl\c\ tim' arrived for dep.iriuro; of the ; "
# I lion ut thu Can.tl riniiutactureil f state
It j h'i vW.tli I i aic ,. on the way there with the accumulated( :
--- --" I'FtX I li't i ,1 ,. pert: .t U. >i ul ct t..bhji 'hing tin t'lt'C s'l-amer onlv-otiH rt the passengers, Mi n
; mrngp
1.1. ; ; If- : ; rued -
I lk'.auut! .Itt'I11" .'.
'F ttcr 1hr1i.a IklLlh! : whom the hid been
p c :u'it .C.. i iy l'ut room eigngi-d,
; .: L 1 1 both as xvtll
!"!! I :: J: t 1"-1 m ti.ire, tt.tu.mot: new nags, as the Urge prutits
\iiiue Lit die purer ruled in uu !by hw. I' arms : 1 I fame on bOlrJ, tlnH'I ornr 1nit'd Uvnny heside.Tho ot'the manufacturer
lnll f ipo e fur vale Lelon the Oouri IIuu&c Fur truui, laim'f Int-bom. u-Ji:fiitiu1: victurv. I j'r; ( iut! uttoi atIttLg restJe! S boat then left the city with Miss B. n< a hangroxyn; suparaddedl jMiinchester
m! I' i I. 4. i &; s i o ucdt':!" 'ui'; can be I great on the fabrication: of cotton. .
at Mrilouvill! CHI tU Inn l Mtttlit! d Jvuc passenger, un'il! the eh-o"king occurrence of Massachusetts
The! inntiptHiiiis ', mr.itti/nvl pt"n, ,4iii? more sun returns for I owes ,a taro portion ot her v
>gc.ac.li. "u m. ,jou'U tl.rjn.ppuk I would: .cn.r'u ('S P, m3rnill!' ?. 1'hc evening previous to wealth land
i\fifJ.ptJI'U1 tr i3r po to
,1 trir.wm \y I IIi.liy I I r I i & same soarce. Jin'
JJ'.Iy"Ut ; ** .' L . .
HrulI.\dk"J el .
nitiuji- i laftunttoU111CrVpjr- ,
: nun Cubans; ha\c tornc rant 1 1I rjuii. !.ing to'Lc clir! as she diJ so t.1: Sf' y ,- -
and tlic m(< sr-ary r xpeiist 6 Jue thcrron fur the j car ;' : your ) I in alllucnct', and are cuminuullv& ; 1
tifti.e! Uuion n'hiih rend--rs it in truth ntcren-mg in
i j nr had three of 'x'htrh she xx'onl.1
1831 to wit : I ''ZIII'Ilipl tl..r: j 4 trunKs one elve all trio Cssrntmll'i| uf loon R
160 acres of Innl fornn-rly owned! Ly TCJ.-t t >ioMuurtn s Tla- Mar w utlder tl$1Lt'froni h'II'Uhh\ ti i!,li' J,!a'v { r-r""" r nee. tri the country at large. : to him, the other two were to be delivered top fits! di rix'cd front the greatness, the pr- '
of Southern V
. k..o\\u. 1 ,1 h ti truth thi. !p 'in?, through the SuitthiTn:, Ir'i'hlll11 ho'named 'IIIH'N our
Wtr1eFd ai 7 nkeD ; Prewnt owner not :. oiloiu: 'I !? forgotion
J 1 1I tier ui C',$i1. 1.li iii <;: ulr.i.i, itinJ te inli-ts 01Iiu s'apfp. .
,>u* taxed filr the year Ittht. 11.:( tl'IIII'I' i \l'1 taolh! "I, s'ern ri.r: t I"f! bv the olfierr. S ic appeared to be vary much Xcitt if result
Utl', t1.1Jrrrif auJ Tax Collector: c. Uu.i .1 .".: ,.. .'..I a comiiitimcatiun; 1-i iu } sue ; n a atter.d the lahors of
J ; o. 'uLan";, "'!a it- 11)itli.jtl 1 11"" tl"teliaitir.Ct: !# j' dejected j [I'd thinking '-r m inner to be somnxxliit individuals ,
thou auds of
.b. :' .f ; .1 S>e i ,.', t.) a !lviuiu-u! ,Irom Urttnsxvi / miles tram tlu cottuullfKIs
1c4. ,I, tljeIlnllt, S'UfUill;;. {I' "I I I strantjeund incoherent, tu! oiliivr pail -vxlut woul.reruw!
". !l''c n-.'cul t. set t .11'ltrILCluto hum Hi! .\l.Ju'tic : returns a
i'i but little 'io what sheJiitl'
Dnss (ftiitlii"t:'u'hiiidj h r 'I'f'" w'(1" atter:tin not droarnms : the! cflurts ol those
Tax 'ulll'elJI"o-J .\il' Ie. i la Jheiu, ruMtiaiiLd; m 1' xou 11'Ji.o.i. Led11I t lu i\o. v.eduU x.iiicli tit iy 1 ht* iravii'.v..i:: of the eqti( 1. 'i! hs clerw, l''positeil! ull fieltN! th ''msel\f in. and uiljtcent tu, the*
". ni iY virtue of the power woied in iue i hy law leh41 bunini I I;1">,, r i t 1 Y I Ii/i in H few huurK. Il mu aUh a hit r C portion than of the trunks: together with her other ) if ikillfullh enrrgetif'allvand ;
expose for Mtlf bt lure th*' (',JUI1 llou&e j .t t thalley, of the Mi] .)ippi, all uf the etInstal' 1 liberally directc-il It manufacture ot
Tho i;;1 h Gill iitjd: imn::ands: cart'! and hcavrnJIJ'JC.ll.j j ? ba i.' 'gc, tv-'h:' Cipath Shaw, of the wh-uf- cotton his made! Lowell
the fiui .
du Mrllcnvjlle on .Mtmdiy July next a of
i nt !t' i", 4 :. ;outli id 'l\\J;t \x h;-net: fait numbers fc)oaf: where* they nfuwnit'the_ order ot whoever thuuvinil prosperous city i
tier f |)owjnir ilfM-TiboJ tract of Innd or na much J t i. thirty iniiabilunts, what ought nut
anal it'thf'rt.Jur-
o:1.1'tl': t'. r1scnrd J are likely io enne arm: ally, hp entitled; to there pas-rssi:: In,
tl will1' the due th"r..olllll n err priih( yicC'o nviy the same mmufacturc
rrmif Mate
,utxe< for hern
as pjy i : i i'. t.....:.\' }CI......, ..,.t Iucrcou.setifthis; nl.lur : It apprt;, from what was said by one of accomplish us
ol'Ojan the Ib.1j.1 wnnn, in the heart of
.1 Florida itul County v tor ytar cotton growing regions? H cotton
to wd. : Sutno :1IIt'I's'rcnjjlit': !! Jo sit iku, than,' ImUJrllIUILJ It c nat, greatly,.. a.iucicaac.f' the, buNincsa ot !the her fellow p'assc'iijrers, th.t immediately before! manufacturing' Ins made Manchester n
111, sr"-. tig 'r, "" ri er & Eirquirer. somt'thmg
the nrirriatro xvhiehprexentt'd
1 J ;) acres amM e<] to Elizabeth Hunch, in tee.(1township nmi\ ;: it'' transpired miirhty city, with hundreds thusands of

16. range. 33'wuthurn! t'ust, \lU UK Pit lur sumo ChrlaMol.il! !in GuJ-Itkn suet n, t \f. Peru rJ iuu.iL.incj ariicic, from the 1'ewl'.rk Jts fuUilinent.- Phe precise natureof what: hould i i not do fur Southc'n population

J1u. x River. The very sjlflL'S: u-y-; uut, \t.ouii:. j m U mull'. t tiiurbratyl Ilnui'trnih I mingled emo this cause is not known, though it i is un.lertood ; town: and villages, around which and within

J. SI.HP.SON\ rfhcriffaud Tax Collector, o. c ; \ : .lit oi j 11.v ,.j .... mo'tinYi.Uon; I It gratiliss to he nothing derogatory to her/char- nrm* length, ns it were'the
staple may
fi- 3. lfrf 2 American ni'jlnerr ''ISn a dungL-oa in Sj-ain-:Mr.Cunningham. u>, ol cut.i--, tuee: our nultlu I'JtnIld. peter. She is deserihed as 1109 and ture in exhaustless profusion snowy ;I
js ,irit ut t'rrtt' c Ilc.1!! by intelli! i'nt
; j jSaxauuah : rprise beautiful girl, of Irish\ birth, with the address We need .
., Tax Collaclor'ti > tils.BY Ga., .\' i13! ?, IF 52. II If i me.4 lit Use Noith; but xve confess to a tetlin I and conversation of An accomplished lady. -?. for hardly the simple ansxvt-r reason that so ititermg.itoric intelli-

virtue of the Lower veMeJ in me by law 1 .'. iA uccp murtiiicaliuti.! xxhu.i xxc see uch m vcn To u< the circumstances connected with the every .
t .aU expose for Bale b,:Pure the Com: llouv4tM -- 'I \ : *tittnstl e rtccullrurlscd tavtemrnt chron- suicide of this lovely young \lady are extrcm .I gent mind will at once i-uu:ost a reply. Tho ;
'nIHI Vi-urt
FITS ; AVi\G: THE L C'lrIIIIt'Ii'f.muuucd :- .-. i is but will hee'I
I thing palpable, our people not
rat Mi-lUmvnle oft the tint MunJjy ot July iu-xt, ICIt..t l ata \'\ au.IU'U- ut'jcorgiu t-ntt-rpriv.-, It I h' touching Great must luve been the desolation I 1
11 : tic tHI.t't .H'It.itwlll'lI it. It i i- plain, bu' they will not ace it.
,|Ue Mw\t1DjZ described l tract ot laud or oa mud. would bo well lor our ijt urlhern fricuds \vlrn of her h-art that prompted the deed.It An.d.
tbweof will the due thereon the Mr.tt Clerk l'tj\UTs prrptud tu awuUr hill ti: the to say, ullhou,li they padearho tar
ft taie
pay taken :ilO'J.OUO, dollars of the
\ han, il s eniN, has cost us tin deepest} .sadness to write j'j'"trlOito
;.t1uridi and County of Orange fur tae year It51. usual ,form. : : iJimiaxxtck bundautuu! ot abouti3 delusion, they, in tOt manly instances, seem ti,
d nth. he
Iw .IIOMI average the simple ?Iorr her May il the .
"Hold right hurl, ers.Up indolence and
tou-it up yntir siys dependence to industry
., : the dull.ir, |to !uo':< into, the lat of the kin.! be called prefer
cents ou past we sfiall ever on to
I I alt acres assessed to Jnines Clark in prction | want: Into lull h mil tf,i"tttJiic.ss."Hold tied intlepend''nce} notwithstanding every advantng .
| IIt""lrlid thK ( ja-ct. record. Pence to her hes-rest to her
43, towntJilp 11; bang 31 nouih: and cart 00 alit up .)our nglu hand I tay"t&aiJ the piCbCiit dollars pr pure *' n on their sidt In position, labor,
Nine hundicd thousand( were ntfe soul. Th"' shadowed of care dimmedthe
espen g
il.lfifax i
Hlrrr clerk of the have
ugt.tnU1 | ihog-oxvth staple thy. fully
Tax Colic-tor I' ell, chilly by the god, people of UP.stun. ontliiiCHRiil brightrH's.Hof her youth, but she has passed '
J1Mt' ON, o'.ienfTauJ! c 1 went: tlw some hni .. j twenty poor cent the start over New t n t Lint
y I and kindred .iects and welt theirmrinev wIth hrrLJe'auf'DVay from the earth,
\.,Jaa31tl31CIjReJO "You (with \vniulii)| d-a foil don't! yn'i'! pit or Britim inuFr :'urers. By emploj.n-;
v u Mib.-criplion by tho Slate of fjeurjiaol and now sleeps! well, xvo trust, in her oxvo
know nylit hand Irom yoUr settattf tin- these advantages they could build heir
::EPU HENRY. 14 hy. Croat (Baltt-! your I I .6 5U, ,
Acre, 400 bits! Flour 3UUO lu..h Coin, 40 bales clerk I MirxexLd from Cljuclihatch'XU.ty, the canal own section ..astonishinglypUce it on time

Hay. 30 bags Colfee, 10 hhJ 1 riugar 40( bl's! Lnrd. "Tlili !iN my right' blind, <+"'tld the wit ncs>rand xxiisiu pari, dui, and the; xxholf .stablishim'nt.: IMPOT.TAIT} FRnM TEXAS.Kittfd .-Fire Am'r .: Very pimrlu of sound| and l stable wealth and

25 bets utter 40 blls Potatoes, 2J boor Apples, 5 ,, l's the Oil, UI,u 1'vv !6t. a. hotse ,' lur:, and dragoons' vas scaturedxtars hr if \lexicans-The X'ramloat Catnunche prnsjipritv-render tin- Soupy\ commerciallyndepend"nt 1
Casks Cheese, loa bags Oat, 5 cuxk of Uuuou 40bfis ) The cleik iiuwjputjnii, !; IIH >Kpcctnclc I *, D nl i asi:II. lle<:enrty; ti 0m' fete person?, not I'irfJinto-Custom llau.se officerYounded- ,in nil respects'.' and with thatcominerci.tr

Crackf, 100 kegs Mail. 25 boxes Tobacco.: 3 paw that the man bfUirc iiim had but one aim, ul G'stirgt hut from the North or E.i-i: XEXV ORLEANS, June 2.-The steamship Yacht inJl'pencJ'n..c would comas an

hfeds do, 10 blls MolaBseR. boxes Soap 2 soaks and that his /f/ionc.I 'tAri ci.in ; a.i owners (how, our arrived tn-dtt: bringirij: dates from Browns inevitable cuu-'-qu''nce' u trength and a p..r .)\'.
OilGOboxes 'andlc.. 15 backets Champagne It -dlitr--A Kvitne.s testified In relation to n appeared (ainjti; the pep- yule to the 26th uhf Oitrajjesby the Mexicans whith wo'ihl prevent encroichm'nts upo-i!
lIaI' formed.J, of c in U und '
boxes Cider, 10 cheats '('ft. 10 doz. lirootu. i 10 neat room which \\v. and t tlit'l't )c "pit'I. lunn ply have charter.Th.'l'n applied to ou last continued to occur along the Rio Gnndr.} our rg'it' ?, mind ,'n'able us to compel. respect to

: t_,Tubs, 5 boxes Orange*, ft boxes L-niona, 10 catkb ,wer 10 an 'inttrrofratury I rOil I JUMICR Uu':c I.', railroad. y Little ; hindu 1 A party of Mexicans forty in number, crossed thos; rights, bv the strong arm. _f necessary.
"Bier.' 3 Crates, 15 boxes Starch 400 boxes to as to why'lu u'as in hot, this dcifnduiu'a tooui I. ,;'Iriawr, f. r" gr-uit the river arid killed live Americans who t o
O/i.itlwktrl.icaml" haul'rt> million
.March Cth 185-' 13. E. CARR. iaiol ,
ho replied. ; hundred encamped at Like C.unpacuas on the Th South con never to :at
'. .- NIMIEI il<|. i III .. l .! II iia S *... S* 'aci>'a, air tnu, toii>ilfran.n ot fire were expect prosper
Tax Collectors Sale k't-Honor' it wn;1I 1 no 'noom' at till, but u I Dotliraautl, expected oa Unit land to raise I Am-rican side, two either escaped. hone'be respected' abroad, and be able to ex

-n vested in Jaw kitchen. i : !I' Tim steamer Cannnche had again been fired net a eompe'e! recognition ot her rights, until<
Y virtue of the power me by 1 : the wwii! M Ilurope: to carry ? Ut n new and
'iD shall t'ro for ale before the Court House The court wiped lits nose ;!nnJ held! iheUto- litef.t sctwll1c'on the ruun of !'he old into by the Mexicans' ami Mf. Brusher, the she fabricater (:ell.as produces. Production

door at MeUontilleon the hnot Monday .of July: next m.-min 500. Tliti \vittc&3! w'as rcLonuuciid: d unit magn sph t1t} l r.iuwu h catial und rml rou. l"u-.toinllolJse I officer, was dangerously wounded ''is a ery important element m the growth ofa

tte following d scribed tracts of land or 00 muchthereof ::0 date un urclutcciurt*. ** We have t' l.eard that no le.s a i.ers.ing.than mid m American lady narrowly escaped.Mr. nation,'but manufacturing has shown itseir

MS wit pay the taxes due thereon the State Th'c -_.- Iluii. UiBEux J WALKER was uppontted Rogers. a merchant at Rio Grande city to be equallv 'r. U rah ,ti! m innut" cturer,

: of Florida and County of Change tur the year foreman of it H bton nt\v.paperWHS otIica the 'o n' a luau abrtmd. They I had been assassinated in hjs own store by a fh., ra\\,, m iTf'r..11.111.1 be port' ie*'. Lei,

I ', 1851, te wit : II heard 10 give :lh 'tol.iwiiit| ; uriivrs his their age ut llal1 lunjUgh goli.xie the Senate Georgia, l Mexirnn. 'These .out rag. s i h.id created an in- ;h--ntie! ".utu,-rtr I pt ..pi : full.}w the dictates

.. UlT acres of lend belonging or supposed to he- boys, which ;h but, n luir sample I ot the prtn :ol heir Hou-eol Hepre.sentatives there were I tense excitement ail along! the .\,nencjn side of true policy, divide their labor, and product

long to Thomas Forbes being iu section 45 town. terV Hngo:-"Johi), put Lftlu Motitt-2 on the but in the of .the hi f,t the State's of the river. I ;uui rriiinulncJureat the same time--rvtpingthenielxe.s .

1C, range 25 south and east, ase sed to the said alley, und stick two Jut'gers in the IJIeedtiunm lueiuunca enuugn did the the profits incident to the two pur-
ll the L'tll ev not
Thos. Ibrbes. "1'f e of JJulI t"r. Stt ltp Ntuil Dow, which !>5U.UOO to k> Hurojiean; get On mrsDRED AND FIFTY IILVS KILLED, Pi- suits. Lei ti.em build up I'temsetvc.s, j.oteotot

! ; : Also 542 acres in sect on 40, township 16 south, w'ns,broken down. Ju, you, nt-edu't liii "Ii Kossutlr land and tt/ue, suppose the the leaturr BA.'IE *,& .-The .YfJf"thl'rn'Light has arrived atNew Mi\S\chuseup; he Legislature of which!

i V 'hD&f' 29 east, a.sesed to Thomas FortM-s : .1 r \to-day, but look out ''or'thlit pi-'tnd Sam, of this new. bubble: l\ued l Iwn!turn sold public York from 'an Francisco. She reports State, a few das since, came very near passing
' Also, 515 aces is section 39, township 14 south \isiou. Bonds hale -8200,000 million of Ihe In-
i s while I'm j Eons distribute the Lute Stored; and nearly two gold on way. an act nullifying the Fugitive Slave law. _
in and the
..htl7 cart, being Oil West banks ot Lake George worn tur about $145,000 money, from Shasta the killing of
lake a protil,)f MrsSincl.ur.. told that this small l I telligence reports They can do this in twelve months, if they
and assessed to Thomas Forbes. .t' I New York IlutulCu'ru sumwas jt I 115-0 Indians b} the xxhiU's who were infuriated choose and in eighteen; can sell coarse cotton

J. SIMPON, Sheriff anJ Tax Coleetor.o. c. A new method of making yeast i is to lake a etiuugu to (finish "all their Wurko"thatas nettle murder of Anderson by the cloths in Buiton.chrrper ai.dof belt r quality
| and hundred
Jan. Brunswick two
3,1852NOTICE canal
,.- large lea cup full of split and dried peus, j.ui t to build thi Indians. than the Lowell factories can furni>h.

U hereby given,thai I will, six weeks them in a pint of bulling water,cover them and fifty miles uf rntlroad to I'ensacola who hate! From tie ScmJ-tich I.l'nJs.-U.ites; a few I The mm who will build and put in success

apply to the Judge of Probate of St 1 closely to exclude Abu( air, place the in by the Can any man believe-such that people works-thc cost da} s Intyr have been rcceixed from the Sandwich ful opperntion a cotton! factory chive thousand -

; .",John County for Letters of( Administration on the side f>f the lire (for twenty (lour hours, \\hen it the meansof building million i 1 Isluniis. : spindle,, xxouM! do room good to the .

I.. EtUle pf Suun FoUia, late of Bald County IJeCl1frJ' should have n linw froth on the inp., A_fable- of which would! 'be at lca>i three of I Great excitement existed at Ilonohula in consequence S..ulh.a.dccJfI'ribue more largev! to her in-

", AN.V HURLBERT.8t I full of the liquid will raise one pound dollars-would r's ort toVallstrLel putting I of n current report that the 'ChilianC dspeudonce and S' cunty, pecuniarily politically

.; .s Augustine, March Cih 1852. of spoon flour. and lo ouch a sacrifice in tne end as the sale r ..ior>v in Magellan Straits who lau-lv revot !- I than would a dozen Nashville Conventions,

t' J. Choice Mouoi etc uL their bonds produced.We ff'ill. and that t ted, were on piratical cruise after American ten the usjnd "blood and thunder" resolutions,
: (j'e enterprise,
10., 0 Id Brandy, Hoimm Gin, MonrngalielaVhikfy The first step io love is to play with a cousin. say this greatereonttdente is no now than weiiad I vessels m the .I'acific. and a half u million South Caro'inn ormnan--

'-'JI. t \ Irish and Scotch do, Ale and Por3o.jjne There is "a freedom lion hlarch" in the intercourse xve have no railway ces.
( 'the,first million was buried J Why nre t'Idessta's I like an opposition
Ie ; Wine Madeira do. of people of this relationship, } t'tHSigo'I..n ,
" Sherry
do. young
reduce the fare. pleasure-t'
will come of it. Dr. COLLINS ? Because they Which causes' a girl the most
: rort jdo C.njre; Water, Cordial.. (1i1rflVJoC', i that ripens as; natural I y into u fleet ion as buds that any thing rundown '

, ** '. B E. CAR 1,into fruit or tad-poles i into la;la- frogs. is a Ut.'urgiannJ an indui:roux and, clev \ here herself praised or another gul,
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I haIt. Joseph Lane, James Shields*, George J JCadwallader SVAugustine. and Plebhla Correspondence. >i '

;i THE ANCIENT CITY. TQOAUTV ,I IIA Whig Opinions of Our Ticket, I Enos D. Hopping. Caleb Cushing -' I We publish with pleasure Ihe follow lujtJpf ";,r

and Sterling Price. He was sunerinten- Bead Meeting- ler ; the graceful style and pleasant '.,'
I indulges t remmbrances
'last Jacksonville Republican dent cube recruiting serviceana took'n active t I

in a mean spirited andl unworthy effort of j pnrt in raining the troops. ) of' previous notice the' citizen will entitle'it. to a perusal. n"j '

nearly a column ot aimless Insinuations The commission ot General Pierce wn In pursuance assembled at the Court House writer is evidently one of those whp- me prt :.f,

ajjainst Gen Pierce. We can only attribute \ dated March 3d 1847. He took command iff cj, St. Augustine take into consideration pared to appreciate the beauty anti plcasan h
of June to
Vera Cruz June 28th. the 9h=
its caused by the 2,500 men and Thursday, Road ness. of our clitriaeand. prepared to find thO;
I cause to a indIgestion 1847, whkh khovrs that he was not asleep.Hf the construction of a Plank
t : 07 FEDERAL RIGHTS JL8D DETER HIE ECKES1STAXCE unexpected popularity of the democratic nomi t joined General Scott's army, at Purblu, ill ; undPicoIota.MATTHEXV drawbacks inseparable, from all changes ap

I! it ToY;JLL wuo OPPOSE THEM. nation. Such a course of detraction is un- ( July. 1847. lie was engaged in the bntfle of between St. Augustine appointed Chairman. travelling, and which to the well balance ., ?

______' ___. worthy Ihe Republican and is in striking1 I ('.'r4rerns :and Churubnsco in August, 848. HeWHS .S cLAU.V mind are expeeclcd as a matter of courw .

1,1 ST. .AUGUSTINE. JUNE 19lh .1852.: contract with the followhig'commcnts! of the from twice his. hors injiind in these actiuus /by fulling A GEO resolution: R. ".t1UBAZS was adopted secretary., Dpp'ointin B. I Ii i I course. While! strangers cannot bring tee '

I )P "'! ___: :11 ----1C --- wo of the most able Whfg Journals of the When he reached Contreras. he' met Gen. Hon. I. H. Bronwuc Ceo. R. Fairbanks furnished homes and convenience or tliet
A. Putnam,
DEMOCRATIC NOiIELtTIOSS. country and il will be seen that the N. Y. Ex- Scott, arid under him engogeJ th the battle '1'. Russell, and .Chairimn.u city with them her will fin hero accornfrmodntions

II.. ..........-w..Jl press the 'lending administration paper ia the there. There was deep ravines between the I Tnos. at a future meeting the Miferioi to those of their crosih i
United States and the texicans. The committee to report
it FOR rflESIDET.I North publishes with tfnat fairness the history enemy was drawn troops up ot thAjf>ther fide in the plan of a plank roud, Mth an estimate ot the fashionable watering places and a kindm-i

and public services of Gen, Pierce. We i' battle array, and with his/batteries placed. i cxpene ot constructmg the *>me. nrid .welcome seldom to be found tlsew-herw I

GEN. FRANKLIN PIERCE, commend these txomptps.of! good feeling and The' order was given to charge and outthink Vhr,mating then adjourned tu Wednesday It is pleasant to find cne who appreciate ,.

OF" N3\V lIAMPSUIRE. good taste to the Jacksonville Republican as tlu ..n. In charging dowtf, th.their, round heads shot and of he 16th Juue.. these things tind! rrali>es thut courti-sy instr

I models worthy of imitation.; the ploughing enemy was the flying ground.over General Pierce In of adjournment a meeting' of of with ill taste abusing a kindness. witch,, .
up '
FOItVlCJ3; : PRESIDENT.L'LIAtt cutting at them with .his sword woulil my. the citizens wa held ut the. Court House on at least disizircstetL, -
From tin National Intelligencer.Of 15ih June., I
"There, boys is a gnme of ball for )'ou" In Wednes.da\, -
', Ri KING Mr. Pierceoor readers have probably heard this charge hi< horse fell and rolled upon him MATTHEW SOLAJU' chairman.GEO. i I
c \j1\ : more than most people, owing to h>. service in seventeen He se.crclinjure d and the horse wasdkihled. R. FAIRBAHKS: 2iCCreltt Y- FOR THE ASCIElT arT. -

'. ,H I ;. OF1ALABAMA.GOVERNOR.. public stations, but, yet Ie** thnn of any other \ xvas mountedfcanother horse, ftnl1join..ltnp. Reports were then submitted Jo the.me(.ting On Beard Florida St. Augustine Bay.
He ,
A ,..MJHfl' '! 'I .,_ '. 1 r>f.the gentlemen" who were honored by Votes in the tigh Be stitfcreil "tfreat piiin nil by ibe4comrmtlec f.xhibning esitrfa' lor two ,.;: ...:i L)85L.
1 Democratic: Convention. In thr rear 1833.he took ufiftiidoad.Several " dfflVrent construction r"
4: d r FOt hi. peatin Congresa 03 a Representative from the night. and could not bleep. Th' surgeon ordered plans member:: of *. then aiidreased! the. Adiou I 31711! In"d:1f d Pr

JAKES! E. BHOCBC.j f Suite of New IJamplii e. nnd after,terving, in that him not to go into the field next day. dcrnotist rating,he u' vantags cena Go",d tnstr hilt ihemoi.k. of (1Idt'Di J'
and the
That bad lain in arms, meeting
i : t capacity. became a senator from'the came State night they the n'lvisdWm that would necessarily result to the city who so nnni'd yoti-bright hind ofsunshinr flowezi.. ,.. .
1F 1- and
servingthrre also for seven! yanafler which he min was terrible. surgeon road. .'
: j I' FOR CONGRESS. retired to the piacticr of the law. In the late Mexicanwar to go back to San Augustine, were there from the ;-eratiut1s ot such a' to nuJ (>f bright binl.H t The poor u.tvalidx -

f |I MAXWELL. he served as a Brigadier General, resigning his was a depot; but lie would not.- lIe determined ,The following n: uluioni were adopted driven from thc-cofd and snowy nom : :
l A. E. commission the close! of the war,'and again returning Churubus. wit:
to on to I
!i __ go five bu would hear n tribute ot .f>raise and of thanl .(.
I' to private life. i.ls eiperience has Uurelore At a charge in this battle,both his bngndtsand 1. Resolct. That a committee of
pI ,I FOR ELECTORS.McQUEES been practical to an extent to qualify him to administer that ot Gen. Shields were ordered to yet and i is hereby appointed to when Mibacnp- to { nt* t. Au:!ustincfor all tlaelll'asureJIUJd _1

j I MCINTOSI! : t.Durai. the affairs of the Government should the People in the rear. lie wan again thrown form lions for stock in aid ruud and to ait" m IU liujpincsss: it lias given us the past few inonttu. ".
I call him to that trust, respectably and in a National his horse with such violence that he fainted on eunstn.ction, and that the shares shall nut exceed Some of us go lack' .-ith renewed life and
J. CARAWAY tfilTI! Jcfirnn, spirit.
field. Afterwards, when the troops, coming cac1l
IJ.u. JESSE I ffe of JacKson.M I Of the eminent gentleman (uV lion Villtnm R. the told them to $25 Council be and health coursing thiough our "wind, some even
; : wanted to raise him, he 2. Resulced, That the City
7 Kinc) who was selected by the Convention, for the charge up on nnd he would take cure of himself hereby solicited to subscribe fur $6000 ul buoyant in IIpirunnd bounding with joy at the 't

'To! the Public.Mr. r aught Fife Pie-idrncif personally,in no his one di5prase'who knows; ..iIIltN him can can we aiy, though the Mexican Lancer were ihenchujvnir are said :-stock and to enable! the city to raise that thought of thu home circle awaiting us, and )'

; 3bJtci who have known him fioin the beginning of his.public on the pot, and towards a cornfield. lie amount in money, to issue city bonds payablem Dome with more ot ease and ,relief from our .f
S. having disputed (If bis i interest We of him eommandcd his' to charge them in ad moie curs bearing seven percent and than '
career. wonder,indeed, thinking as troops ten or > pain snffeiing we had known for ?
in this paper, it will hereafter ,.be con we do. that Convention. did not seek relief (rum' vance. per annum interest; and that said Council be day anil .:
n weary ; tome have fouoj
ducted by R. B. PASOVA' to whom all ci.mtnu 'its dilemma by selecting 01 e so able experienced. Aft *r thi battle nn armistice was proposed requested to call a public meeting of the citizens many .

nicaljons relutive to the w II be directed and unexcrntionable. for the Drincinal office. instead and Gen. Pierce was appointed one of tbe as: curly as practicable, for thlt purpost' here their graves, and have breathed out tbcit .
pnpqr of the second. Without at all designing to disparagethe ctmmissiOflrN. ol obtaining their coiteeiit to wild, proposition., last breath under your warm blue ky, dear .
indebted "
All persons to the Ancieid City, rfpectable gentleman who became the choice of At the battle of Molino del Roy he rodt 3. Hesolced That, the committee 01" a.uu5cnp-- surny South and the hundsof stronecrshava .

are requested to call acd settle their indebtedness I the Convention for the first office, we thould have over the field, with button thing about him nous be and they are ereby: authored! and ;
with the present proprietor to ulipm their ., thought it more. accordant with the fitnes of thing?, and was called off bv G"ri. Worth, who told inoweitdtuccnci.eiutsraeuingwhuilheyGcti ministered to their least wants, nnd kindo&fires .;:
a.. well as more politic, to have reversed the position He at the battle trChepnletenec and affectionate cares have soothed their "J
accounts have been assigned. A him he was ra> was IiIl.ul dI.C111 it l'ilcdicut.
purictuacumplinncc I, of the nominees"King's nnme would have teen a ; anti when the victory declaredfor MATllE\V :;OLANA, C'azrman.Uco. I dying pilli.ws, and mon11 tear has bedruppe.I ]
wilhitlus; request, and an Increase tower ol strength" to the party ofwhich he is an ornament Curolmnnsnntl
the South 111tcztx' kt-rttaT'J. "
the silt rs IInd stripes R. tier the Yes
oilier. But the Convention decided strangers grave. j
;' i is )( or any
ot patronage: respectfully requested to enable the Northern regiment: which had fought ---- I
,oiLerwi&. and it ia not for us to n.14:lCur. : oertijrt.1he,' and has M They die fading die. .
PExvEtVtt as ruas
the publisher to improve its I together at -rubusco and Contrcrss, m-
From the Eotton COIL. ier, L..uvn or di! : nrii ml I I
I and increase ils !tefulneFs.! '. Their blond hail mingled in one co.nmoi nut .t'l'n so much inigui .AltJo! :jgh th warm nn.t healing! air

"- The political! proifpect has now to far cleared up stream, and the Palmetto regiment showed it.. the pub.ic service us.s-am-of his cornpelitois.. j i Conies breathing:: forth and wrapthem round.'rtu.y .. ;. 4
ne to enable as to ice this:-If\Jr. Webster is not of Us' men thut" lay dead I iit Lameto: the H.\u: ,us a luciubt, a. souii .s j 1
I valor the number die luv. anl
;IUank Road. by uVfrpucatf :: care" .
U I'f
ihe Preeiilrntof the "i&5
next United states, Gen. Fierce the field. Gen Pierce addressed them nut! he \hl::. ol cuiiwuioual.age.buine i ,.
The proceedings ot a public meeting of our will be. We hold it demonstrable, lhaljn the po-li. on paid, here the extreme North and South hud ytursa :)"'II, tO, : ul the United States, ai.d In the! :cdajs. when politics engender bitter ),

,. citizens upon the subject of a Plunk Road b, lion now but Mr.taken Webster by the Dfmocratic parTyt no candidate met togcth. as common sons of the glorious ie3ilied his :>c.il Hutu-lid to his ptivaie aliuir Ll".n.i1 feelings, when north und south- i instead of ,
can post-ibly prevail against oll.cc: he- Uu '
fwt.'Cn.hi.. placejnnd Picolatavill be foulI'! in them. Gen Fierce i is unequivocally a Union luau, Union-met n> maintain its rights t'nt l upholdits So u.r tioin l.is'" tattling this LuillfAriU) U|>011 being l.ku brothers, each shining ia the re.

cur columns. Tho importance cf this ni'-a- and he will receive th, support of. the whole, Union. honor. These battles had commented the ,) (".1 II lie, i.ti dicltucu';11 :*iie-a iucu m the: Lalm.el under tiecud liphtnnd Leuuty of the other,04 trod "
nod he they him \
party at the Souh unless his competitor be thoro- union r.f North and South, boptd I .
bure to our fijure prosperity was forcibly twilled. Nine cheers were Mr. 1'iii's Muumti tiuiiuii, am :&taidC- and cur \Vul4ttiti" iii'.fiid'-i s'?, are arrayed iahostility
I I ughly sound in National politics an avowed and unequivocal would be forever I ellamp',
demonstrated, and assurances given of cordial j supporter of the compromise mei1 ures. It then given for the Palmetto regiment, which i dmd: ire ,ti't' c.t Guvcrncr ol \ ..-. against each clla r, ut :lenst let \ut & ..
'I, is idle that such found and the san o compliment !r t.irc. IK" WClh .. ...- \"U I." \.VO:14V.: v.l.
uuistanc This i subject appears to have taken to pretend a candidate can bf were loudly responded to; untie th-re few ii;.>: n lltant iuditiduals though we are,
in Gen Scott \\'bo.h done nothing and taid nothing was returned by the Carolinians to IL" Vuiui.uir" lUvmcir: but:5, !: .
n deep bo)4) upon the minds of our citizens which c-n'give any reasonable arsurance as to Yankees.Af.er I I appoint d Uri;:.udur General by \1- I'OLK.Ucl. till our, ti.'itc loviaiua. soliciting1 hard ftvlinjo* ,':

und we sincerely"'tru will be pushed; what he means or whathe believes--how he eels, this battle he re-lgncd) his commissionTin : .. 1'lEi.CF" political CitC4t; alaI CCUijKiJiave : at d brightening the chain that binds iu togei .f

: ...._j /'.*- : not trust him and will iiotrupport him; and bad all the time he wan in :\Ti'xltlb, 1101' vthJt'ttr;"''''hUW&d-.. &EjLjj ,t..u. '
within pur limits, and it foitunutely .! very "it..efj'" rtf yYuick b.i. been vxrtudtfd to u* !"'
can in his believe
man that
any eensej Whigs are Gen. Scott and I leader ot IL. : old hue ul lUe dtuiyouc)
with % .
best ,
within tho :umpau of our We able to elect their candidate He vn on the terms great anti ift us r m- the .ulvltlu. ...
mcnns. haveno without a full rally sup Gen. Scott often invited him to dinner.On I' ut H.c 'lJllh, U...} Ji.ilgt NNotiUaui". : Imxihu n.beralways ::
question tiit that it .will Lc a profiubL: in. port In every quarter of the Union. returning to Concord, he continued his ttuuM! pioUbly a\e been: U r 'IJIII.CC. auf the; Leau.ics which: this dclighllul clmato! .:,,
i i
'. vestment' as a paying rond, while it will enhance practice ot law. and has bien! in nrivite life i I!jTi.eiiekt-t, II'us' |'ica.nud, will Le popular has titer t ur colder one. '"

every inlet and increase vastly the Who is Gen- Pierce ? ever since. He is married, and has three children. \b i1b t..to: l.I..u\. ".....'. 1.a.} LL.tuLgIvu* &.i.: I .\..Miungrr in t'ic frt hne-spf, novelty and '

\nlueol'all real! estate. Every individual( in An Ihs U the great question of tho day, we cu..hry.. : _ _ pure tiJ'.\ tnt t,t uhtuh I it utlords, cuu I.miff

the community should feel himself directly interested give the following brief sketch of his lite. WHO WILLIAM RVFt"S hlsa. THE LOLYFx..v.-1LI oneol .!.(: lower tIie- '. find wurUs' to txpicshiis plensurumid intr''''''

,in this measure, nnd give his aid to drawn up by one who is evidently a virytritiidly lien, Win Rufus King, the Dnn.'cratic' candidate tuci ol the I'..&*,,&.iio iMuU, tin.re "&.ce fin tt "HJJlCh.1iUU: ol &1. y U'o iolks: ma) well Let
cnrriC'd"Into biographer. -Acre York Express. fur the Vice Presidency re Jics! at Selmn 1"lIlIly ul vmc I\: U; M'CU persons, t\lit, \Hae :t
its beintf effect.: I J uxuu.d for Lciiu a little and -
General I Pitiuo, i is n son ol the lat(.: Emjainin: Alabama, and is now the President of&t.e Lni-I Known tar and wide: as thuUgly Family "j I extravagant, ravmg

I Pierre who fought in the revolutionary) war; ted States Senate over which body he p.csileil -i I ULV: ot them, J.aktu* -onsj'taknMj"uaru-- I II ;I '_ in t .er .letters Lou. .-witness" an ex* *.

Claim of Col.! Humphreys- i Has high-sheriff the county of HilUbrrough, in I lint wentfourth twenlhihanu| ttteiitysixth j.yored that it made oue itel as it hu ;.ad bt.-. trai! liom a letter ofu youig: lady this: spring: .' .

We observed recently thu passage in the in New Hampshire, and wait Governor ot the Congirss. lie i is a native (.f Nurth' I ten .a greuu .ezu.i.uiu: iv> iuok ai uuu, .,u': }j jiviiiiiivui" "I wish I could: describe to you the beauty

/Ki-nate of the Bill for tho relief of I' tho State in 1827 and 1829. Frank, as his son Carolina is about sixly-fivo years ot ngu aiul! ,... h".. kcd :'hfouuh tl.c b>icel..., the ,
our worthy was called, enjoyed the advantages of a high has never been: married. He is, wu believe the I:I dogs slung: their t..... *.MU w.wuL u .cl, i...o j ot these tropical nights; boa lovely ail,*>[Jt
Judge of Probalb t Col. Humphreys. The education in the neighboring cullq t's. same William R. King who was R member of' ati&ii.&itO. liar k- j||! the air us it f ms my cheek, Lidtrn with &

% claim I is fur the destruction of his property General Pierceis, heietore ot a good stock, Congress from North Carolina from 1811 to The tame of thii family spread; through the iswtet, breath from the 'ragmnt- shrubs, or

ht Micnnopy in 1836 when that place vasdotroycd <.. nOd he has proved him:eif u worthy eioi of 1816, inclusive. ct.u.Lr> auJ al .uot leati.cd: : the eur: of a' with strength and freshness from' the ocean.

: by Col, Pierce of the that Mock. Hu was born in HilUborou; On the admission of Ali tnmn, as a tae he uvor ;iati who, tur a long tune, had heU uii- --
army. was New Hampshire, and in now about fort} -six was choacn one of the first United States Senators -1 I I I disputed: poaaeasiun ol the celebrated UklUlc. Thu moonlight; is not so bright; hero I fancy

tho tdI.: nat of private property for public use years of aue. therefrom and took his scat in that body ThC indmuuul ul length determined to p..yu nor the sunsets so gorgeous as in northern latitude .

and should have been paid long since. Sev. Frank 1)lcrcc'IIS the in 1819-oontinued to represent Alabama in endeavor lodu.pose .
brought up to profession V.:>1L to the ugly iauntyand *, ever/thing i u softened, subdued except -
trust that the long deferred ,justice due to Col profession' anti! it is estimated! that he realizes :8 -I. In the latter year he was appriuicd, the Savannah. About noon hu w\Y ,
Ambaw! ndor to France and represented t the w lid, mad, it seems to me. Coino and
bv it about $3000 u year. lIe resides at Control u wu DVU ahcud: uuU rode up to luquiiu the
'jl. may not longer bo withheld. The Col-! d. In his personal appearance he is of mid. United States at that court, until 1847, when whereabouts ol "tbe family." sit down m a quiet shudy nook, and listen, ill)

is now Washington, end we trust he mny die height and size, and of good add! be returned to Us country, and was again "Hello, btrunger! sa.d: be LU a man walking nothing but listen as you M sit iu the boer

succeed In getting tho bill passed through the lIe was elected a member (it Congress on the elected United State Senator Irom Alabama.Jlr. by thu aide ot he wagon. uud hear the birds bird,
singTho mocking
House. Of tho entire justice and equity of democratic ticket in 1833 and was rc- lt..cu.J King is of the Southern Rights .ehoolof Hello, yourbvlt !" exclaimed the wagoner, '
ill 1835 thus politic, and did not with the Union the nightingale Florida, makes the air ro
the claim no one has fora moment entcrluinej! bcrving tour years in the Houseof agree tuuiinij. uruJiid uud di&'clo&iug a countenance
/ ('prest'ntctives while quite' a young man- party of the south in .their o\'ClIcuhl. II su tieinci.duualy plan, that the Georgian ai- cal with his noise. First, you will. boor ooa

a doubt,. the difficulty is to get action, upon it. numx-ly, 'from 1833 to 1837. !Ie had previ-iu -, will"be seen, however, by the following letter nioal diupptd: Hum Alas horse. whistling like a patridge, (Iben twittering lib
been number from him to Cnpt. Scott, of Virginia that he .. >
ly a of the Lt'J.dtllulUtO of the i thc cuverin a lit
Gen. Pierce did not receive a vote in tlie. tay.&aid lieuJgiQn"r u swallow, then suddenly be bursts out wita!
: Baltimore Convention until the thir.thirclbRIJot. i St< 'IC,and Speaker of the lower HOUM-. While acquiesces in the Compromise tle lioiu the a:>toiU5tmtut,'.ait. }VOU LOt Ui7.Iuke'
the soaring tones of the lark and rises and
number of the House ,
when he received one Hltl'Vho SENATE CiuMB"n: May 1842.SIR hiiitoelt I" .. '
solitary -
\ cast that \'Ulc7 j ("origrcftg he wnsclccltda member of the -I have the honor to acknowledge the '1 Lie wagoner shook his bead, and "grinned falls brilliant, notes till your ear is almost a

Speaking of the balloting, the Charleston I United Slates Senate for the term of six years, receipt ot your letter, and hastened to reply. a ghastly annie" that made him look like the pained with the rapidity of utterance aa? volume

Courier sn>. the number, fvrtyninf. i ill. unpre. commencing huh III 1837; but resigned in 184:!, the I have little expectation that my nnme will, nightmare pcr u.1 Ucd. sound. Then another on the next&trca

cedented. In 1844 there was 9. On that (!C. yenrol his trimund.return* d '(Jthr practice its you suppose, be presented to the Baltimore -I'll bet you ten dollars that you are the takes the and they vio with each
ol the luw. His in the United up song
casion to use the 'words of the Richmond colleague Convention tor the high office to which you ugliest man in the state," said the Georgian.Done .
States Senate Irom 1837 to 1841 was Henry but I have wish withhold other in eager emulation. A fig for your Jenny
Whig Mr. Van Buren was the favorite of the refer; as no to my !" aid the wagoner; 4como here.-
majority; but to defeat' him, thnt two-thtrd rule Hubbard.Wood who Was buccccdid: by the late Levi opinion upon any question of a public character And toing tu the buckot the wagon, he called Lind concerts when I can have such an one
: was adopted. On tho first haUnt, be received bury.Upon the accession of Polk to the Prisidentl'tlchnir 1 comply, without hesitation, with your ujttwcup I Jake, and lJut ')uur head out any bright morning that I choose t But best

151, Cats 81. On tie second, Van lluren 127, request. "ere.n of all 1 Jo-e to be awakened by one that
J t Mr. Pierce was oifrred 1'iu Attorney ,
('as-94. On tbe 7th ballot, Van Bnren 99, Ax respects the series of measures of the Tte Georgian, burning with curiosity leaned
Css 123. On GeneiaUhip.bul declined it. lie said he hud no lust Cot ..*s, commonly known tht Comproinise comes,nightly when the moon jfiines, and ails
the gth, Von Buren 104.. CMH I nre as forward, u the co.urvu:; raided: low>iy up.- I
114 Polk 44. This was tho tint. time Polk' dt'Mrufor publicothcfjind hu would netercon- most of U-i-m are beyond the reach .I auddenty ui. c)'e: kit upon ph)"iu '.uUJi soawtully on an orange tree nt-ar my w window and sing
M-nt to !ca\f his homo fur unlelobcrvu .
name was mentioned. The New York and his in war any, ana purpose that in lon.uI I ol Icci-lution; und although 1 considered s*oyieol bouualebily, uverpuwerm ugly, us:: though' he would sing his very life away.
Virginia delegations retired nnd consulted! together country Itifiu as most unjust to the South, I "asprubtibty thai u i.cCIU" to bo lormed Jut of tie duuule 1 know
ot necessity. At that tune, Col. Random,
I iheh'rsi individual in the slaveholding -
and the
on next -Polk was extract Uelirum iremeus.:
nominated. who wa Pre"iijent of the Military College in Stales: who publiclY! too* ground in favor Toe horse snortvd and started back in frigh, .. He lives ia'me 1OV..: J

In 1848 there were only 4 bnlloN. On the I Vermont, wanted a com.lU, :t ic.n Mr.in lj.rceH19 order to fight'in of acquicsenc. and I am gratified to find threw his: rider over kla head, but the latter iud And his veins pour masic.** .
! Hi Cass 125. Buchanan 55, Womlbury 53. warm tlie friend of cumjaign.his, wrote u strong letter of a I thAt such is now the determination of all the : scarcely touched. the ground L-etoie hu walt Do you know how the short twilights here

Ou the 4ih, Cass 173, Woodbury 33, Buchanan rccoinendation ot him to the cabinet at Washington Southern State The Fugitive Slave Law I mouutea uguiu. Throwing down the tell dollars I strike northerner? I think of the poor mailpoet's -

p 33 I urging them appoint him to ihe command was the enacted Consutulaun.and to cary out an therefore express provisionof does and his peuknile, without saying a word, lines, (Clnke-
_of buca Uoops us might be raided in stand the of 1 i he-struck u bee line lor the Savuiiuab, looking So twilight drop. her curtain. down
:Steamer Florida. New England. The irplv ot the .on '.footing, ordinary,. legislation. ; alternately over each shoulder, us lung" us "
I gnvenrmentwas And i with
UIUJ, snoula it so Happen mail, snoutu be pins : a star.
the ruuamtd .
This splendid Boat the in Southern that the request; could not be complied Presidential office I should ftuguu in sight.V. But ladies letters arc interminable
favorite, our plaecd in the feel 1 the young .
water; will make her next trip to: our City i t with as it "ab intended to confer'' the command myself. bound, by every obligation ot duty, to 1 Spirit of .limti.AK and I see on old one's so becoming too. I

:, ''lit an early hour on Saturday the 26th inst. upon u New Hampshire man. Tnat negative any act for its rt'pfnlor so modify only took up my pen to say farewell to St.
:, ur place of tbe day heretofore named.-Tl.e 1 mar \i'as &lr. Pierce himsell': 'But hu will not or change it 'as would! destroy its efficiency. AXECPOTE f ua IDLE GESTLEME-I.-Doc Augustine.-Now we arc fairly out at sea,but
.. take it: KI d Col. KuuMJm. 'But hti must lake tot Franklin, when m tlugland, u;,ed pleasantly -
is With I .
trip designed
0 r principally a* a pleasure ot.e.4 the highest respect, am your obedient my
: previous to her lying Up for painting and other it,' replied the cabinet.Mr. servant, to repeat uu observation ot his nv ro servant "Home-bound fancy runs its. boat ashore."
improvements. Pieice was immediately offered the WILLIAM R. KING. when the Doctor was making tue lour L.N.

: She will have full band of music ('U board Colonelcy of the New England regiment, and To ROBERT G. SCOTT Esq of Derbyshire Luucusbne: &c. "KverytLing,
und should tbe weather be will was induced to accept u, and Col. Random IUUi.SU, wurJ. in this-country, water work, wind
*o of the work bullock work burse work work An Ifishmnn who was near.sghte'1'about :
ail very
out to the fishing bank: a few:miles: off our har was appointed Mnjur arnu regiment "'The Democratic FIsg ii now floating in the ; sund
to fight duel) insisted that should
work but the hu
1 .. occurred in the office o! ling. everything here bog, eat,
bour.. a vacancy of Third breeze, and on it are inscribed the names of hu drinks, he sleep ae do nothing all dal- six paces nearer to his antagonist than the
the brigade
full and General consisting
A more specific programme of arrangements odicr the able Dud'JRlIant F&3K' PJEECE of the other did nVeat
to him, and bO'h to
New hu wulk about like a gentleman. II they were
for the of the Ninth ( England regiment')
occasion, will be made' granite State and the distinguished statesman the same time. This beats Sheridan's telling
I"own' immediately on her; arrival ; to tint' the Twelfth, raised in Texas, Arkansas, und and Stnntor.VILLUII Rurtw KINO,of Alabama of a fat man who going to fight. thin one,

: those of our citizens desiring 10 avail ih. m other Southern Slate;and thu ifiecnth raised We mar nISIY lathe Whigs as was said by Thn Queen ot Spain has conferred the order that the latter' slim was figure ought& to be marked

I selves of tho opportunity fur an agreeable! excursion in Ohio'und Wisconsin. lIe was appointed tu a member of the Convention- of the Golden Fleece on his Royal High out ou the other's portly person,and if the but-

',4 and pastime oti tho water' may be en this oflice, and the other brigadier generals "'We Pouc ED THEM i.x '44: WE'LL PIECCE THEM ness the Prince of Wales, eldest IOn of the ei struck outside the chalk line it.was togo

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. ihe following dispatches "' y virtue of the power vestea in me by law I virtue of the vested in me by lw I
Roanokc cm her trip power
ne Itryn>rtldp ycster* vetitlen : fRflM ITS N"v 1851. shall >
expose for sale I before 'the Court HOIK! I
for house
tale before the Court ,
Sc'ork, carried from our market From STEFHES 1> [ t I the UarrfU'.k. St. 4""lin door expose .?";
10 .1 1 ellormlle the first
r : on Monday July nest doorat .fe'.Ionville!
the first of .
on Monday July next ,
_brorn-s ,. "
barrels of slra nict-ly rt the Democratic Ihe /
> Pin f.- following described tracts
ven party of land mach
ir. upon ) t I or no the following described tracts of (land or su much
quart liankets, ten barrels of cherries, Illtnuift willgiye FEAKKL-H t| ,E 9 .1. u. 3 r. at. 9 P. u. thereof as will pay: the lazes due thereon the Stateof tl.eneolas will pay the taxes due thereon the State

I two hundred and Ihirt)'- i"bl barrels s4cif J jori y Ibn /any other State --- \. Florida and County Orange to wit : 01'Florida and County of Orange from the year 1845,

I pt."I1I1." The Dallimuru built, fur n week From General CASS.--" 64' 74 78 74 Nine Tenths of 41,noo 'raCkS of land granted to to soil! including Itf51 to wit ., ; .t' 10".. .. t .
t ...haro verngt'd Mich trip 200 barrels of thai of" 1'ii.TwE ; I shall ) ;: 69 83 86 1:1 Jo"ph Delespin, opposite Morrats Island, Indian 100 acres" loosing to,or supposed to belong to v

: ..brl dPl quantities of frrsh Ii.bcr"b &e, Fiom Gen. Hou.roH.-- 58 68 1:1 i D cludn Hirer, doubled taxed from .the year 1845 to and iu- Robert tihephrrd and Jone SaneSez being in. *cu e n .? ..'

: Ie huckster alone. in our market, numes nation; It will unitu the ? 47 59 69 5A i 1851Ualrtr SO, township 17,range 34, the place known as Du-

";if dollArs worth of 1 ice<< per week: in Iho way Front Democrat of \ 46 6775 bd rale. taxes and expenses are paid before day of bartly's Cana!. v..''r ,....
reserving lish sort In tho northern ride cheers fibs, FKABKUS ) 5) 6:1 65 5.a J. 81JIPSON, Sheriff and Lhilrsstaxra and expcnseiare paid before the day r'"

s Jortnijhi .he polulo und cucumber cropsill CACSE or UCAIKEL. 68 6U 51 58 Jan. 3J, 1852 2<,x Collector o c.. uf.arc. ,..

commence, and in ut'out four weeks to lure land in the world/ said 019 66 'C3 65 -
utucs will be ripe, when oui larmcrsVilI 'Wt'II.I wish I owned all : 66 68 11 65 An Ordinance 10 explain certain parts If an Or.dirtanEe Alan, 20 1O acres RAsese3to Clarke and 'At.

n rich Uriest. said Ned. : 6tS 11 1A 69i prohibiting Horses and Callk from go.in kinon,being in ectioa37, township 13, range tog, ., .I 3 It
up It j uetimaled that not l less thnn a half a How could you' feed them: i fi9 16 74 12 : .wrze within tile Cily of St. Allgustine. south and eat at Ildw Creek. W.A. Forward,Af entAUo

illiua ol mane)' will bo realized the pr.: cant 1'd turn them into your p3 11 16 '15. 1:1 ffe it Ordained by the Map/","and Ald-trm9n of fiOO acres in Township ]8,Caroline Sou&h'faare
35 of
ea I.a awn by the shipment abroad ofcurly ,vege No, you wouldn't.: I i 11 16 18 .71' the Cily of .V*. Augcsline, That the Ordinance II ardy, south of New Smyrna. ,

bin from this por( One ludhorticuluriltlei. Yes, I would :. I r ; : 61 18 T1 '13 prohibiting horses and cattle from going at large Also 500 acres assessed to the said heirs of Caroline r
is cuitivntmj thirty ncres ot Innd in 'No, you _wouldn't.. ; j 10 1:1 18 ti3. within the city of St. Augustine, be so construed as McHardy. being in sections 49 and 50. and ,
berries, by and 'Yes I to'ittld. 1 i 53 63 65 56. lo subject surh hones anJ Cattle nn.y within hereafter -
( way experiment, em. part in Township It, range 34 and pan in k wo.*
It .you dont." 54 6'7 6'1 65 described boundary to a fine,that are found at
)ring; pickers. pleasure to riderougb hip 18, and range 35 south of New Smyrna.
: within
tau farms in the neighboihixxl, and 'I shall P 66 72 11 65 large the City viz: Within the City ,Gates Unless taxes and expenses are paid before: the
And then came the South and4the lot of the U.S. St. Francis Barracks
|t''C the number of pentane ot both sexes and 66 69 68 6'7 North day of vale.- '
did fight! and within any part of the liver on the Eastside :
it f sll sizes! and comtlrxions) buixily encased The late ruins buvo t2t, 67 72' 15 68 to any part of tbeVeoit.m: Shore: of Maria Also 5000 acres assessed to Philip R. Youugerfing -'
to gaih'ring Tliuv cum liberal unites, 59 63 62 '4i Sanchez '- '
s jwns. Miid (7orn in Creek of raid City. in sections 37 nnd township 21 south range
(ltd not a loitfrr is at nrfucnl lo be found in .into' Cotton 4'1 66 66 41 Passed in Council
State. The May 17.1852.KMANUEL :! and township south range 31, east, being on
lUf streets, tie much fur Virginia industry, I and this inJ 41 55 72, 6:1 J. MEDICES.. Lnke Jes.up. Forward, Anent. ,
who cultivate creek
la behalf of the tioifplo-uf Gothnni, wo ac.1tO..lf'd 54 72 ,65 6D Mayor Pro Tern Unless taxes and expenses are i>aid before ; QH> .J. ':.r
In St. -
tOTIie""! irrepaiuble. '12' '16. 1i 61 AUeat day of sale.
o the receipt ,
will he heavy we regret 41 52 61 6:1: (/'rus. IIAOER. Clerk of the Council.
rid! beg, to nsuro our Sou HUM n friend thut it have been submerged, oral 63 ,.. A\ff\ >, 1000 acres ofland in !section 37* townships -
63 6ti 10 '
hey have any more such, und cun send them Ivinjured, Ills moreover 11 arise '. 17 and 18. ange 30, assessed to David .R.

kung *sari they will be more tlmn welcome, lute to replant with uny 70 65 14 18 6i hereby given to an!! creditor and all parties concerned Dunham,being on Lake Berrisford. St. Johns Riv ,
63 64 65
couuunnd high prices. Tno Abolitionist* r I or any way interest in the Estate of er. -t
.J I pmiicular ore very sharp for them and A fellow having a 63 6& 81 S2 Joseph W. Miles late of Putnam county, deceased Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the '

'II ask no questions about slave Jacor.-Juur. ker, riihh d into his shop I, DEC )tBEL- that on the expiration of six months from the date day of sale. v '

(.cJllf/lLfU. customers, 'threw n large 56 51 65 55 hereof. I shall apply ro the Court of Probate for the Al!!'o 600 acres of land,lying in section 40.township -,

ter, tool said; ): "that make 52 M 59 55 county of Putnam aforesaid, fpr a final settlement of 17 south range 33 .assessed to the esta'e -1- '

We clip the above with its comment from tie wllen )'UU'I'U not so : 015 52 58 41 my account with said I Instate and a discharge as Administrator of Lindsy Tod near New Smyrna, FoiwaVdagent. 4

o'xtt. lie was of course 1 38 49 59 41 thereof. Unless taxes and expenses! are paid before the
lie N. Y. Jounml cf LVnunerce, mid it in i well\\ CIIAPSANAdmr.
tau: site amateurs, empty old 6-1 55 47. BENJAMIN day of sale.
or thy if u mcnients reflection. It will been May 22d. 1852:,
58 63 65 .7- Also. 000 acres awed to John Robinson being
that ;it is estimated! that half a million njvnry DIED-on the 17lh inst. 61 61 I 65 bY Notice.1Ii part of a tract of 2060 acres granted to Briggs and .

will bn icaliwd lo the people ot Not folk of John and Alary liaycs, : GO 6:4 i 67 62 ; Wecllafter I will apply to the jud r Robinson! being in section 33,township 15, range 32 j .7

tad in. vicinity b> the shipment ofeaily vcgslies. months.On \ 8 65.1 68 b4 of Probate of Putnam County for letters of Ad. and township 15, range 33, S.and. E on Hallifax
ministration on the Estate of Feribee late ,
7 66' 68 Thigpen, River.
.. Cun any onc.tell us any good reason six the 19th months inst. MARY and 58 63 1'2 65 I of Putnam County, deceased. Unles Taxes and expenses are paid before the day
IB, two six "
liV the people of St. Augustine should no] yen I 6:3 64 J 77 .69 LUKE JOHNS of al'. .

j ftke at fruit' u Jew thousands: of uollurs every the Cn death the came of MA day T,,and Yt only 5'J 63 ( 63 bt Pilatka 15th May 1852- Also, 66 acres! used to Cornelius Uonro on the .

inter and spring by sending to market early J lant-tged 3 years and 9 49 48 bO 49 OTICE.-U persons having claims against Wekiva Creek bounded on the south by George R.Fairhank's !

.ratable U c can send green 'peas to New Francis F, and Paul 49, 58 58 48 the Estate >f Antonia Medecis late of tit. before Inuds.the day Unless of sale.taxes, and expenses. repaid ...1.j

'oik in all the winter months and they will MAYOR'S ORFICE: 37 48 49 49 56 41 I I Johns County decea r'ed, either as creditors heirs legatees J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector.o.C. : 1,
142 otherwise
notified the
or are hereby to present _
rradif in Warch command! six or eight; dollar. a meeting the City '28 '29 32 Mme, within the time prescribed, byla'W( or thy will jan 31. 18.>2. I It

((4 r bushel ; lire easily transported and! keepvll AT resolution 33 36 49 36 be for ever barred. ?tax Collectors Sale: I

.. w with tomatoes which: huvu not reachedthat Pttolttd That the Mayor \\3-& 49 62 .44 EMANUEL J. MKDECIS.: : .
pnblic meeting of the citizens 58 60 5' JUAN: PACETTY.St. B Y virtue of the power vested in me by law,I
nwrkcl-so with melons green corn, and) held at the Court House in the 68. 61'' 68 6:1 "0 Augustine, 8th May 1852. 8ks shall expose for sale before the Court House .

nil other vegetables besides grapes In bait). evening the 21st inst., at 8 ; 6:1 6g 68' 56 door at Mrllouville on the first A/onday of July

nr. Our people can make' more monthly in purpose nftakiun into con, I 54 65 66 b1 I I S25 REWARD.WILL next, the following described tract of land or so I,
much hereof ns will the taxes due thereon the
5. pay
submitted to the said Council tf; 15 61
Ibis way tht.nt-ven, by their oranges and) .if the a public meeting held at the 61 67 12 63' be paid for the apprehension and convic- Srnte; of Florida and County of Orange for the fear

wurigorullute should be restored it Would bato day the! I5th inllt.,for the 64 65 61 65 uf the 'person who entered the premise 1851', to wit: \

o sourci'S of JCon) instead of one. There propriety of issuing Scrip or 65 13 63 I 64 of !MrsDr.. Anderson on Snnday night Lust and l;C2 acres of lam! being part of a grant of 4000 !
etructiou of Plank Road killed or enticed sway the watch DOG acres assessed to Ponfin o Acostn. in section 3P.
i iI no obstacle in the wny but want of indui tne! to Picotata.a 60 14 61 65 i St. Augustine! June 12th 1852. township SO.Range 34 and 35 near Flownder Creek
want. of and want of gu 62 74. 13 66 Indian River.
tiy, energy perseverance.: Conformably to the above :
i 63 75 t 71 69JA.1CUARV J. tilJ/PSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector
o A. ,
the citizens: of St Augustine Charleston and Florida Line. '
be held, at the time and on 3t'' lfo52! .

ru coriopundeut of the ..tulISclul'ritC:1t a the_purpose therein 6:1: 65 11 -& ,TIlE SPLENDID NEW PACKET( STEAMER. Tax Collector "oz,. ..,

folluas: P. C. 46 47 52 'i 45 FLOKIBA Y virtue of the power vented in me by law I
8t Au7u"iin*. June 19th B
for sale the Court house .
shall before
"Starnge news reaches us from Con..tnnri.IWpie 38 41 57 43 expose
' fchould the TO 35, 47 6'3 41' L. 31. COXETTEIt, M ASTER. door at Mellonville on the first Monday .of July'next
not mention: e rum rs.ff '
dwell' House and 48 49 62 IS the following described tract of land or so ,
ng NOW
something similKr had not been announced 5.3 running regular
two acre of:ground, much thereof as will pay the taxes due tbereoa the
Jy ibc. Xiuebetween I
406th43 .on.
it I '
three with _
years i. quolo tho"reports of twelve Yt'lIrs.-The Q Cj tfftfi- 'Slate uf Florida anJConn/yof Qmnge doublet tax"d :" -
out 1h.:ir moth fivria bus Ln.n'tedtll 36 4J 65 41 Charleston Savnnnah, and
gu.rnnl.w" : the IRIS and 1351
west ride of the river St. r'I 42 53 the'St. Johu's River. from year to including to
to M. Rothschild! for 500 millietiH oftrain's. 44 49
Mrs. Hanhama place, The schedule has been wit :
fo'lowing' adopted, which
49 11
Il. is Mil ret known whether hi nsi reys. It is a very deurable 55 59 15 67- t-howB the hours of arrivals and departures from the 5.|6 acre ftlOClf'>8ed to Therwa Rodrignes, In *
>"nn's the title of King or 1'ncha it is certain 69 65 28.
; : ; milch cow an J poultry, and : various ports : section township 19. range '
list. he prt.l.o'. .'* '.o rei I wild Jerusalr-tn ami tinIroiple For terma npply at this 49 59 6:3 401 Leaves Charleston every Tuesday'at .12 o'clock, X. Unless taxes and expenses are paid ht'fonc.be.. .0' ,

t t>f bolohn-r;?jtiicre are to be chapels June 19, 1852. 40 49 50 : 44 Leaves Savannah every Wednesday, at' 4 M 1'.)(. day of ale. J. SIMPSON', Sheriffanfl ;
for ail I rrliiriotui, a 'line of Kteniril-rs from licy 36' 31'' 29 26 Leaves Ja ksonville every Thursday, at 10 A'I' jan 3. 1859. Tax Collector. ('.
r'utIn' ucillc.lIlld rKit 23 31 51 37 Leavos Ficolata .'
a way 'from Alex* every Thursday at 2 J'.X. j
hdna to Constantinople Thu new stalesi 36 42 59 51 THE WORLD AS IT PASSES. J!
httnmoi !tat:& lSG,
.> )I. R.tb.rbild'abound in iron ore and for THE 45 56 61 42- --
will make a 34 5558 49 leaves Pilatka every Friday, at 7 o'clock .A. :x.
big uf valuable timber.
Il is t.aid that M. MORRIS' & WILLIS'S.
ktkhgchkld on Saturday :ash June, 1 45 67 13 63 leaves PIcolata 10 ,
: ) will
appeal to to
afternoon at 4 o'clock ; 51 44 28 Leaves Jacksonville every Friday, at 3 r.w. FOR isis. .1.i.j
r the land 47 IIOME.JOVRXAL
< turn to uf their fathers to !
pusses to connect with the New \ 22 28 38 31 Leaves Savannah Saturday 9 A-M. ,
tie leul..f ALraliam and Jacob. I ,
,,,,nnuh. 37 3" 5141 The FLORIDA fans been built under the special PU- A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.PUBLISHED .

St. Anpustinr- June 19th 32 42 41 41 pet ntrndtnce of Copt. Coxt-tter. and her speed| and VBEKLT AT TWO DOLLARS" YEAR. 't- ,

!k>ya.-A New York puperoy' h ys are ADAMS .1 35 I 49 49 59 accommodations for Passengers are uisurpassed by to

lit'rt .).1iucl. Men children oulv are born : J8 t.1 55 61 any. boat ever .placed. on the St.. John's. Freight TH* FIRST KCilBEK OF THE NSW SEInES WILL BX ,
Tile toady infant' is and passage as tow as by any other Ime. Any fur.
no saunter out 1 of the long, 53 57 69 52 then information be obtained ISSCED OX THE FIRST OF JASUAKT XEXT.
by applying to either -
Mhes! than; he exhibits Incipient. traits of' 51 65 10 66 "
of the underpinned! Agents.
IfhOrl.bt'1; by thu time he fe jac'etcd he 40 62 50 45 J W. CALDWELL, Charleston. THE Home Journal has now become universe

w.uts a bowieknifo and n-volver. Al ten 37 64 b3 43 R. VV. BUKER Psvannah.BELLECHASSEE There are few familess of cultivated habits-few of

Ins begins to run with the masheen, aced hi'rlkNbrr 35 b3 6:4 49 .' & FINEGAN.Jackeoavi'.le., those who seek to enliven and make home the most

knows lu'< out bccaune he i.i very ""I.dtlRl !. NEW 'Y 39 b9 67 intelligent and attractive place...who do not now

J in. At auelve, ho smukes, drinks cock. ASDIEV : 61 10 69 53FEBRUAILY. R R. REID, Pilatka.! receive if. It is read we believe wherever run the

tads. aDd swear I : I ., April 10, 1852. gold threads of domestic happiness and true moral
into the
r thickly
refinement which are woven so
; 56 6g78 68' stronger and coarser web of our country's industry .M
, :).AN "AttATtorr IN NsW-YoEK. nc.mtid gro 60 60 0)\1 51 FORWARD & TOWLE, and energetic pro-perity. 'The Home Journal is the I

Charles Sands was arrested in Now, CFFICES : 4t 54 ti : 45 I ATfORNEYd AT LAW AND SOLICITORSIN speaker to the hearts of this busy nation in the hours
"rtonthq 23J ult., char,R cd with assaulting( |10. 18 & 19 Wall st. ; 39 bS ti :' 46 given to happiness and relaxation.

lad cutting a white womnn nnmt Hl Julio Buker. :::1'1 'Muin st., 40 61 77 56 CHANCERY.FLORIDA. 4' a Few rear'. Present from Gentleman torn

I.'ppeered In evidence that Honda arts mare bt State tit., ; 63 58 63 .. L iirI-iSe3 t A BmID a a Lady. the Home Journal one of' which tie rtmembranee .

ritd to a white woman, who ran away from Kiailaltimoresf.: \ : 59 13 '71 61 I itre.., ;...'W week,and it is aasorpasspd -
him, and lbnl be hud reason !<, suppose' that I'ctltnylvtinia Av., \ 64 6'7 59 66' as a eift in good ta.e.
Jute. .. Baker knew r hero she wns. He thrnveiiierrd 7 Fourteenth st., 54 55 5S 65 WM. A. FORWARD, I SIMON TOWLE. 7\RM-For one copy*> ; for :nru copies; >fS
Sure Late of St East. Florida. for three $5-always :n ad
Julias room and demanded his Washington St.,' Ol 56 61' 12 56 .Augualine, or for one copy years
Ibt.uta Mtfr. Julia denied nil knowledge f of h ', wht'rr,* 11 Cump B:., 60 6:1 'n 44 FROM JACKSONVILLE, vance. Subscribers without MORRIS delay.& WILLIS ,
wlVn 1Iu commenced her with 56 65 1
rutting FOIL 41 Fulton New Y'rk.n .
a Mellonville- Editors. 107 street
kaifc and
Julia &VQ the alarm, officer came R AT 36 61 6:1J For Enterprise

the\DI'ro fled to the bllr.ementnnd when the :; ; LEAVES OX WEDNESDAYS.., A ordinance to amend an Ordinance
ooh tried to arrest him he made a de pe* and l-a prohibiting Homes and
rate resistaoce until he was knocked down and Mary Isabella, from ; OF FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT THE Steamer SARAH SPALDING having Cattle from going at large within .

Yerro-e-redFour pistols, loaded to the muz 2,,OO bu.heU of ST. JOHNS newly fitted up, will resume her regular the City of St. Ausmtluc.
ale, tr Il! f. !md in his possession. The white 1,700 bushels White trips for the above places on Wednesday, the 14th Be ;t ordained by the Mayor. and Aldermen of
.., A wt Hands, was subsequently arrested 50 bales of Hay ; : COUNTY inst., lose( ing at all the intermediate landings.and the Citfof St. Augustine, That it shall also 6 61

tad! seat to prison us a common 30 bbl Howard st ; M. R. Sumner. Compt. 1 will continue punctually to leave every Wednesday be lawful for the City Marshal to report to the
vagrant. IH CBAKCMT, 9o'clock connecting with the U. S.
20 kegs superior Ii morning at Mayor, the owner or keeper of any horse, mare
,\ 15 4< No. I.;Lard, ; \ Cornish'Sum fr. Deft. V) B U for Divorce. Mail steamers to and from' Savannah. For freight, gelding, colt or mule, and also any cow heifer
alt the 'latest discoveries at Nineveh, 5 bbls Apples, arlDIr to the satisfaction of the Court eugagemenra or passage: apply on board or to bull, ox or calf found running at large within the

ate I hti curbs was found containing the body of a 20 boxes sefeorted !\ affidivit filed in this case, that Morton Cor- FERNANDEZ: UEE: & Co., Agents. the City of St. Augwtiue' ; contrary to the provisions -

J T of the royal house; many of her K"r- 4 bbls Pilot Bread, I the Defendant above named, resides be- : Jin. 10, 185:.'. of an "Ordinance prohibiting; hones and '

its were .entire, alko the Kola studs which 10" Mercer Potat j : Limits of the State of Florida, so that the Cattle from going at large within the city of St.Au'ustine.oo .
""" wo her vest The most singular, disco 5 kegs Butter 1 process of Law cannot be servedupon[ him. TO LARGE PLA'TEUS.Valuable ,
My however was a mask of thin gold pre' 10 boxes Raisins, 1 I on Motion of McQueen McIntosh, Esq. Tract of Laud .for Sale. Passed in Council February 7th, u !l.

e ji wjpoo toe face! so as to assumo and rctalu 2 bbls Onions, t? for the Complainant it is ordered, that no- unbscnber as agent ot the several owners E. J. de MEDICES, Mayor Pro Tem.
leatures! of the deceased.t 70 l 1U Caodu-H, pendency of this Suit be given to the said THE for sale! some of the modi valuable land Attest,

.. .-.- 1 case ClocAS, \ Morton Cornish Sumner, by publication ia East Florida, to wit: CHAS. HAAGER.C..C.

FfiJ ttrowru of Temperance," exclaimed 60_ bags of Wheat._,._ Ancient City" a Public Newspaper publish- 800 acres valuable hammock 1 land West of Flem- Table aud Ten Pin Alley.A .
)lra.P rtIDlton, and hvenly.fiyo daughters, 1 rase 1'lcklea, ni City of. St. Augustine,in the County and ington, known ss the Gibbs,Landin Marion Co., Billiard Retreat throughout _the
1uo 2 down p tor abe of three months. t the
Wit 1, bless me, how children has space re 1100 acres near the Alachua. Savanna, known as .
mans and Evening.Nov
IlDt \ said Defendant to and answer .na day
4" the .
1ft.nP1 appear the Garey Grant.
And I no48tf S.
hear talk about .
Ca. of.Temperan-e-Yt'hat some At wholesale and retailA Bill or the same and the matters and things 1400 seres in San Fela.co i'ammock near New- 29
hca 1 But sort of debt are marc of puplic will be taken as Confessed. nansville. known as the Lawton Lands. NOTICE.
so-Q' no wonder she owes debts, she has Ucittd. is further ordered that a hesringbe: bad in Several thousand acres good and in the Arre- HEREBY GIVEN to all Creditors, Heirs
t \ children" to maintain-bow pity. tbea'1tur Jacb'QviUt..Varch 13. at the next June Terra of Said Court to dondo Grant. IS Legatees, ft. others interested in the Estate o.-
Tax in and for St. Jchns County aforesaid at 7000 acres on Halifax River South of St. Aa- Henry Klonne late of dt. Johns County deceased I
( r House in the said City of St. Aujrustine. ptinekno'D" the Billow Plantation having 800. that on the expiration of six Months from the date

/I.didD't" lik R the minister's sermon last By virtue of the power for .. .under my hand at Chambers, this 4th day. acres of open land suitable for cane and cotton. hereof, I will apply t. the Court of Probates for the
a14. deacon who had slept all erit I shall expose first A. D. 1851.THOMAS: And several other bodies of hammock land on County of St. Johns aforesaid, for a final settlementof
ltIo a brother deacon st Mellonville on the DOUGLAS, lodge, &.c. navigable waters. my account with said Kdtttr, and a discharge u
tD .t'ltk" brother A. ; I following described tract copy from the original order. The titles are undoubted and terms lowApplyto administrator thereof. -I r
., AIIQt to t Why, ww you as will pay the taxes DUMAS: Clerk, c. c. ST. .ouxs co. GEO. FAIRBANKS. FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr.St. .
,.,..rleU." every proposition of the Florida and County of 1652 Feb 28. 18S St. AupstiD-,Florida. Augustine February .lrt 1852.

to wit : .
Jt'aeJ wish 300 acres of land a -'eetlup.-PriYal Rooms,Sitting Schr. b ionutt now dischargizi Butter, : Opening-Orsnge*. Lemon*. Ap-
Rttd to fe-f..ten the loose bandies of being in section 44, for temporary purposes, always in By Lard,C"ckets.PorklImm. ,Bacon,shoulders Now Fotators, Prunes. Pea Nuts, sfsortedPrerreti.

,bfkk4u aDd fork make your cement of cumonfoln and east on Hallifax si the Magnolia Hetiesu wilh a full assortment of articles usual- .Confectiunay, S rzars. Liquors. Ate.

.,.rutora melted together. seal J. SIMPSON; Sheriff 29 no43tf S. MIRANDA. at the lowest: prices.by B. E CA RR..f March 27 B. E. CARB-
UDdtratllkl : 1 y kepi
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this I '
recipe. jan. 3, 1853 I I Ir

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', |1---7"fn"Iiic ttM' Directory. : 'For the county of Marion: ou-the ,GntMondnyinDeceniber. .$TAIJILITVSECURITY-PERPETUITY. Tax Collector's SaltY ax -oiiteiora Sale.i .. : '

.'I a4Its1Ju1.\ $900,000. virtue of the power vested in me br Lw
''I.? uhiic; quie aaJone door lukrthol the M. THE
Hit Cbutcf* ,> ia December. 3ZI7TUAL LIFE 11.jor -ellonviile on the first Monday of July ville on the first Monday of July ,,,. Y. 'h.

L LHJL Flo.ida '/dUd. On Treasury ."Llne'orll1 olh For the county of Coluu. ia, .on the third Monday" OF NEW YORK COMPANY-NO. 35 WALLSt., ttI ie lollo./ing described tracts <>f land or so uWri&ed tract of laud,or to much thrtOl h '
.; i iI in December. tI l the the taxes due thereon the
will the'taxes due thereon
Public JMjuaie. : 1849 9CO- .eaeot t< pay &Iate 01
Nov. ,
: Accumulated! Fund.
Cdv f1iI. On Charlotte and Day Street, a few The U.S. District! Court, at Su Augustine, on th P. ": coo,lIerurelr invested in Bonds and Mortgages I .I Florida and County of Orange from the year County' of Orauge for the year 1 1. .
East of the Public-Square. I first Monday in Ayril. I and Ic51* ,1'
,&Htli ci&si4. j and ttockof I() including to wit: _
real and Brooklyn,
in thi
,H.td. On Charlotte :-Streetand-Trea TilC.ROUTES Tn\VELLER'S GUID' on estate city to of I land asfwra to /Jernarj0
l'1".r8 ( the of New York and VisitedStates.Goyejniiieiit. :I OU acre* belonging to or suppored Sqj j
State and
If La II".'ilorih of the Public*. ssquare,"anurxed to tl': City. l r:'oberl !ihepierd! and JOI4e Sanchez being in .ction 44. rownship 15, nnite 33.lOatb /i

Florida FROlTcHARLESTONFrotaClarletton i 0( tOMiiship l7.raige34, the place! known IInhlifa Uiver. '

Uoise.BOARDI HOUSES.. _____ This f.nl is rapidly increasing by ;.a widely extended -, tI'heo .ardy's Can:!. ShuitrQDd"fu "olIl"ctor.o! c. f ; ,

Mis$ F liu. On \. George Street a few doors" to Ntw VorJfc. Leaving daily'at Tle and pro.-peroui bu jlle&li.' dividend ol- profits of fiftytwo -, Unlei3IUC. and exper>esare paid before, j .. ,
eouth of in* Court Hoi'.e and Public Square. 1 i iC .3io'clock: r. M, By Steamer to Wilming'on 160 any the 31st u f ale. f'I
of Bay, rand lCmiles.. To Pe- percent on all CAUting; policies oji Collectors Allie. .- .
.Y. PJpy. On Boy street, corner. wile*.-By Railroad to WeMou of )
Garden Lafae. 3.-'fo Riehtnond 22...To Acquia Creek January, 18 IS. Alsn Clatke of the power tested in me- "
lei b ,rjf divided auot 20 1 0 acres as-ssei to 71A..1
I ,DOCTORS. ill.-l\y Steamer to \utbin toll !f.-Uy .Railroad! to I ,She IVofils IilUECd.'ri are k.inron, being ia .tiou'31' township 13, expose for sale! before the Coart ffnn' :

Dod. F. Wttfon. O ice at hw Dwellin g Howe"ou Baltimore 4U.-TQ Philadelphia 9-J.-To N.w.York tie in cath annually, s mjnniuilly t uuth and f'u.'t at Haw Creek W.A. Forward, .' on the first Moiui! y of nezttLa :

I Bridge Street. .' 1 1Dud. b7. Total dUtautv 771 1IIi1 1i. Time CO hoars. f'trt ( premiunifiare payable added on the AM! >. COU acres in Township 18, tiouth : scribed' tract of land or to much then- .
St. George Street, \ or quarterly! interest being pay ih- taxes due thereon StJ.. -
.JoJm E. Peck. Office on c.o.O. 5, cat, assented to the heiw of Carotiue the

S. JooriNorih of the Court House. :. v.The "Southerner" (Pteam ip) leave! Charleston I deferred The ea-h payment*.! by this Company !Cr I lardy, south of New Smyrna, County of Orange for the yea I31 :1

'r I :DRUGGIST. ;. every uiith day after the 27th of April o'clock r w.Thro t t .' principle adapted benefit the inurauces AUo 5l)0) acres a. esbed"to the said heirs of 'S .
P.. (i Zylstra. Chemist and Dr 2Se8t, r bmrlcueS I in (0 hoa.a. fare ($uitf. in sC'ctions.49 and 5 ncrea on the \VcstJe. ami aleS t0fl :;

Si tree S I" 'I .. ,-' 'iJ j 'I'.. >' 4 fiom (.Charleston, /'Ai!" '/r.AiThe Osprey f' are effected: the whole of the drawback advnntageH of.acctuauI_ I ort in Town.h 'p If, range 31 anti part in ofjl&llilax: River, aMrnetd P :

j ''LAWYKRS. ( 'I leaver Cl arl-Mon tveiy other S&turday, at 4 o'clock: .:1h:;.} hem; to the. heavy ..hlP 18, .nJ rnll ,'.. 3.1 south of New Smyrna.UnJess being in I section 3D anJ 40, townJij/isT*, }I
: I prcin.um nows.l'srrons -and .
: '*
m f.O hour- Fare $20. dre S
.: 1' ) -through their own lives taxes and eipca ci paid
E. B & uM Counsellor at w-uffice on \rrt.A.'piilnam Frn Cftarlc'tcn tu New.teuas. I.(nvin? daily inn) eSHrct inur.'Inion ol"M.e.! Oi. Sheriffnnd Tax CoUecte a' "
] : "' and the live ofoihtTp. A married woman can incuje -. lay o. c ,
)Lnul: 4 I I I S. C. Railroud to Aus'IItn IS; <* i2 '
ai 10 A. Jol. Dy vhioh nre
\ ] : Altom'rj) ::and'Councvllur O,. Railroad tn Atlnnn IH.-By the lite of her huxbaud.lhe\ bemfitof Ao.;OOO ncr!snvseAvd to Philip R. Y )
miles.- Fy < rg'u -
I secured by 1 lav for the exclusive ue of herself or UNION OF' !H1LA1)ELP1JJA. :
ut 14av, Qtlkc. l' cnlntan'ct.. :' Macon ut.d Witteni! I'ailrnnd to (hin n 42.-By, rig in sectKins 37 and 3rl.township il South I ,.

Geoige R. FIlir&anh. Attorney and Counsellor at. Stage to Opolalu :15 -By Railroad to Mont-.f tni ryG. JU. nod town-hip 21 south range 31, .taut, >oratPd by IkeI'eeas'sylvnziia.Lt'bl'utnrc or'< }

Law-_ '1 ce in the Court llouap.. j' : ; .> -I5y Ftenm to Mobile 331.-To, ew-Oh..nf Clergymen; and! nij oth.rs ,ltpf-n,1e-nt upon sxb- t.nkt' JC'S!UII. i-'orwarl Acent.: .

I ; -- I' 1156. '-oinl iliMance l.OOC 'wiles Time l:J hours.' ries are r\ciaKy: invitetTro avaii themselves of a r'9ource *- .th1ks! taxes end txpncs are naid THE PROMOTION OF THK ,.:

pUBLIoFFICIS.Ptiat : Fare 39. 5J. when! 'by tllt'ir f1urvivin 3D1ills may. secured. I cufsae.! :" ; OF DEtt;ffl.'. ,.'* 'jUITDFt" &.

f Office. G. 1'. Llamhias, l'Oiltnscr, Court. I I Front dim lesion in NwOrlevus.viZ ?nvannah,, rom the eviUofp,'nury. cf th, principles of MntnalLife \ Al-o, 1O93 acres :'oflanl in section 37. 1 3 i. I

LloLbk. t Savannah 140 miles.Dy I'amplittsexplanatory: I ,hip-. 17 and 18. 3U.( ns.-es.ied
y daily nt U A. ). By Steamer to advantages.I With ange to )
Ii i sort "'1/0r GeneraYs Offire. B.. A. Putnam of Slu.1 I Central Railroai to J/acon% and VVebti-rn ICnil.I .' fumis Jneuranee Application, an I ,illustrating may be obtaun Hs I d at the office oi 0I61;1ta.n, being' on Late UerrUford. s. ( OFFICERS. A 1

Uencraton Hospital Sae t.com"r road to Barneavillc 40.-Iy Stage to Opelnkjj.100. of cr. r.RET PTt itl '. 'WlLUl
I I the Company \Vnllst., or of any itS.3Zeflt5. *" D.: JCttttf-
Lane and'Hoxpital Street. : ; 1 I I By Railroad Montgomery 65,-By Steamer to :Mobile TRUSTEES.: Unless tax an4 exp n es are paid itl.,. EDWAKO Mcrcnttt: TYerr .'
Lnn-1 Office.--A. T. Noda| Register i of Public I 166.Total distance 1,O3; :>:
i 331.1 -'luMcw-Oilouna Jos B Collins David C Colden day of'ae.A'so ". H. BUTLER.: Jf'fnrdiny Stifcrftitn S
,,; I Land-*-office in the Court Hotter.TJios I! mile Tune 77 hours. Pare $;!. !0.AILSLULLANEOUb \ \\'. Vtw '
Wm Alfre.l Edwards.II : & & \, Corrt< Jaff&r. S
II Court J-lIylsp. GOB of land lying in twciion yp
I T. Xussell. RccejvOr" office. in' TABLE.Di ncres .10. yMANAGERS .
,' .(I IInu'e.Iwdgsof.< I t FareTime.. 111 cell r,'y. Wm B'tt?, hlirp: 17 sout4 range, 33 east, a*e05fj ii> the ---o- -

,/ Prolate. (0. Humphrey's Judge,) office "'jinces. 7/J5 20) h. Ercd: Winston Joseph Blunt. of LiivU y To 1 near .\eW. Smyrna, .,:\' :
I .. ,.- --. I To ,Athens Ca.. 221 ,m. $ C \V IVbir hanc G l'taron, Unles taxed and expen.-ea are paid '.( : Chines 'ros7v, lain, Z. Wallace )
I : t :31 ,
uouri 1-X12
in I1uU4.
olfics' "Clialtaioosa; ., 'lVnn. 4-15 Jom! p Ytlvtrtun. Henry Weil!*; aaie. AlieiLtcr I K. llVbjtl .
Peter B. Damns. Clerk Circuit Court in 8 day of : "r.'Henry 3. Pan..r.
II! a Court House. "/C6lunl.iS.* C., 130 I 4.110') J) I Seu.'','11'1..V Wm Moore, '; A1.o. 933: ncnM a-wpj/to John Robirwn t ? D, Charles! G. I>l.in-l, WHlwrnD r.". .
C. 142
( amUnS! .
Rafael B.Canova. Sheriffond Tax Ctlll'ctoroC- 4.0. B"Memplut.Teun. Stary 11 Coilm:: *, Zl I'd if took, (.I.of n Irait ut yl!II(>u' awegrnrnvd 1 to} l lKobtn' "pt! 1). -\tt"wnrtJ D.. Euin.R. (W, i
C. 13G ?
"HbmburS. .
Ice in the Court House. : .,. ) 740 23,( 0Pab&mgtr Joltn II :WII'I. Jun.i AI..K'r, 'Wh ''n 11 ': ,O ;1 'S, fwrmruji i5. \ I' MitcLf. ;a..,,bl.S. .Hart,A. JI,

Collector of Customs John M l1itnf.On.o..let.Plante. ,- for ei'her of the above places leave John 'nJ..worth'I"i.l A t'rflistk. tint to.\dlll} 15, rage 33, t3 aaJ H on Ja.nea j,. 1.n.11um.
S :M Cornell Sh -ylr, -
Inspector. Hotel.of Customs. Oia 116ward], office i in Charlettoii, daily, by. :. C. Railroad, ut 10 o'clock Gouv M \Viikui3! Jane Chamber U.ver.Un'.es. !: Taxes and exp pseJ are paid before TCwiiIicr. for tJjje Year 1851: '

Howard Buildings Market tquare. : A. ?. ___________________ John V I. l'ru11 Joseph! Tue.ken.ian, of >al.:. elv,., for each: Sab- ri ti'J.1 of FivzDou. ,** .

.1. If. Dromon. Judge U. t S. I Court Northern! .r.,x toll.whJ1' atlt.BY !. Fred Whittle.-ey Moses II Griunell, Al GO naqecl Cornelius : a print of "
acres to
the Court Jloo t'. j.G. j. Virtue ufthe veMeJ in me by law, I Cbarlv I'V! 111 J Bunker, "CIiniSTlANA
[)istrictofFjorida, office in power AXD ilEa
VtVkivn Cretk. Iwrnndeil the outh (
1\ on by '
\\ in before the Coart House John C Cruger Eugene: Dmilh.WnllerJoy '
R. Fairbanks. Clerk U. S.; Court. office hall "XjHHC fur sale FairbankV Iaud- Unless taxes and 1 CHILDREN I
the Court Houw. i JOOI. at -iloimlleon the |lipjl MonJiiy of July ne\i FranciS Lalhrop xiw 'rnrtJ'b JOSEPH ASDrEJVS.lJ"t .
paid bef-in ihe day of -nle'. ,*
Deputy Marshal.. George I. Ztittibaur, officv. in the following d.-Krribed tract *>f land or {to much Alfred IM1 ) J 0 Thlltchcr.I J SIMI'h'ON, Sun.f: aol Ta. o..c"'' t AND TUB iOAIPA.\'UN, '
I If the Court Houiie. I' llier-ofm will piy ihe wxes'due' thereon the State' JOSEPH: B. COLLINS.' inn 3,1.1 lKitinuc .. Or ifinsi Efl'toIs'J ".1IEIUPS DRE.OI' '.ilt
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. of Fioiida and of Oitmgc fur the jcar .1 :51 I ISAAC Annvrr, Secretary. .
County I I J.- '1fI'1'II by ..t. KITCHIE.. Yew rork
f Gid In the! C'omt IIju-c., t'wt |! JohF.ni Uf.r.NT, Councilor.G. .
Ulllnpbrt"ftt.--4O\nict' thv- 'h"ir't ofRbv twwof the f.r lovin
, i F.t-h bchij 'r.fect'ou I?. I'AIRUAXXS, l1J Ut S', Augustine Fla. .."., .. Cn-l1".S t''f. 7'.
(lea. .Phillips: Notary I'ubtic-Olfi on Bay CI'jO nrrea nn*'""cd to r I IOIUtS I ."' ', :"t. tiIt1 IiI C.2raiiJa
II.. .Street littleNoith cf the MarLct aiU nt't dour :tG, 3 ', d"Ii1'.' T,,M II"hip14 aid 15 Fins. .. I G :i: r ;IY \ of tLe PO\\(r ve:ted in me ;t.
-- -
-- ---
to ihe Post office. : I I range T'. ,J. ",?H' O.-'uc ttniiJipn -.l'_ ., .. 'f1fS...--' ".f.IfC' .b..tt IIlulL' djO, $ Ivi' .2ie I t.eIoe the (. T1S .
j I) ', CITY OFFICERS! ,t I 3. II2. 'la' \ .a"ctor, &E J ''.5.' V.: tl j.t.!; 1.,".,.r r. .t.5'.( 'c e T..,,La I I t"r at Mil'ouvilU: ore th* fnt .Uonity : ::*?-% :::'-"- --r wr MART QcEMor *.

', !, .1f.igr-co 1. Pllillipl. I I .-. -----S I &;T. .."T.1. .'y''r'.....'t ...'....... rWL. the t3i.v\\n2 dti.i.i.Lcd trait of t i< [ 'Td.PaiutfiJ ly Lr.titzg, t ngrared fy irtzia.f ."

,I .,! I; 2i'ire n re lwt'ra,' t t rtiii.iicc (J'' dle I tUUi: il.erc'f asvjil pny ihctatt's a'ue tl f: AXD J Painted, lyRatKermet, Ckgrtttl "

f I *rnll", 'I : s\' virtue ot'tnyowr.
I % ., 4outu.lel'. j' }} Al J\'r1l1t'1\. fii'. : : .,liallexji! 'ne for tonl: t"ON the t.ourtnl 1I0.Lt' 1f I) log undergone Thorough Rcpuirs this li:.">lto wit : : :"*s DREAM, Painted In) irttntiastanrLnfftt-

I, F. J. ',Qrl nrr". .1.) } i dOn .!/" .iiniviile: tn th* fir.t MonJjjy of Jill) l-. preint Benson, !is now n-ady fur Wiii atreewf Innl l.icj; pirfVf n : ted h'j ,Ritchie.

Clerk of the City Council. Charles. Hanger, official 1 next the fi.iowing dibcr.betl, tract of hind or *o rrrttilinn ot FAMILIES I "AND nerea nj. <'sl1ecl to l)"iHnairwtr: ,.- in .. 'i.Vi A.V:> rIl CUIL=R?:. J'lrinttfl5J JfunlitiSlo -

the Counril room. !i much li.crc"Jfn" ill'pav the tax. .> due thereon the Company. have i to\\u-hi; "O"l1lg. J 1 *ud :: near *, Effjriecdlty bJrcl l.
:N'1 nO.\RlJBltS
TRA\HJ can spacious .
rCily Marshal and Cleric af the Mmlet, F. P. -into Of Fiorda! and County of Orange. fur the i LiJian Uiver. 'J copy otip ? ,

l Feireira. year: If5l to wit : Apartments.: J. S1.VPSON, i*... rird Tax ( "! ; -i Art T jaio'iH/ <'rn.fe,,

:1' PORT ".WARDENS. : IOU bored nysepscd to Joseph M HemanJez in Itoomll.irr., Clean, nsi'.l :* tl- m :;.I l."5i> : piinpf! !*>t.riHit.tiiitnt. ; { a rexjjtol| the lra'.4'

j /'. C. Zyl trat Charles Hanger' Jos. E.. Pt>m ji i ( :J. SIM P.-'ON fclu riff and Tux Collector o. c : t n'l.uUn I S 1. JVi'I'c4UI: '...It.Itt' .. _' f"i\k' \rr. '

I \ ', i At1C'nONEER. !: jIII,3. _1"5. :. i The Jlous-- ucll Known 3:1 being re rnilv 'wy \, of .: t' ...' "'ah.l .u flu I {( .'jI.O J r TIlcT \\ nOLff WORLD. S.|

l :po. Center, F. 1'. Fcrreiraand J .\. Si ri.4i.; (1j '----'l'-- --- -. -i'itl'iJ"e.- ; -- 5- -- Built, 1 n.\urc:>l\' with 'a vi i:w },o. tin hl'-'HII- :, 1.) '.hn,1, r.q'i- ft.,r sntbrforf tIn Ci "It ..
.11. LtsivIs: : i.i .
.n .Ilttlti
!. 'f' odatiuti IniitHJs am! nl'srs, being entn. ly 1 II'Jr r.t li"n IY \ lrnioi of Phila.d.iu3! award i ii,
viitn of til! ** powerve-Mid in! r.'i' by Jew I rt nme
r'h..f'lbwln rJ-tit.I of !
'. 'i', MERCHANTS. j ji i ii 1\ I31. ,: Mpoae for nh hcfor* the .Court lions built tlf \\' ," I i HurVncanie: & Ho.wk Corner of St. Gicrj( :. riM Doors &c. hich renders i' Fit-c fromDanipiRss. iz CARR.'I ot" Nrt may be in of SLJ
I i i door at MelUnvilte on the Monday i f July next .infj state of Flrr11! anh''t.I : ,'in/yof ( rran .!.. : ( purchase iry ,p.f n
I ., niT rt'IIt-UI)' Lane.R'irlought. the fo'lowing/ c-ribed tracts (.r f land or *u mud: rnvpiarc'S BlimN) It) wiiulowslirnii ed troll they( HHj tn and iiclwd.r.j' : nt tlu- option and aelrctio.; of tlu- p 111'11 WK
Carr,'\ Wholesale and Retail dealer ihrr *of ns will piy the taxes dae: thereonthe SUIt I htojK'nirij;; on 1'iu'z/n Prom-'iMde Twu : ? n pn/' at tlt' 5 'I

i ..f f fir.a Duality Family :Groceries of ,!:1 kunl Li- I of Florida nnd County of Orange to wit ; I IIttis lrd -:Ltt. I'ruKction from. ll.tiii", ColilVind :i wit 52K: ; ? 10 Tfirp Ro ft: \Uanai Di:4la'rtia: l. S

.q on &., No.2 East 'side CharloUe; Street, North. Nine Ttnth&jof! 41,000 I acres of Inn grntd t.Jo7vpIi \ <,&('., forming u --.iraMc EETKEAT from I i, stctiuii : 7.ncrf 1.wR.-hir< n--U). rangi JiS. !als, J toJc" iUhe J.reuiiift ,y'tile lalll&id.
1 i u tile I'ubtietquare. \. D.lc'r-riu. IIp'oriteIorrnts hhll..l.I I is4In i. Confinement at all I I M-asons uf the yen r.- b JJ ;ecery .r,'- I\
,I'.i't'-s! t.ite: uiid ": ':"'II.fl Purt. uealer in Staple tln.l Fancy few' doors Dryg' I II River doulled taxed Cru." the year 18 15 IOJ.DU in- The House is situated lacing Sojh ill ('cntral Jay ui '&" ". J. .i.VilV\, !..,.' .' EXF.CUnVK "OMMITiXEAIT k' TilL

ods, West, aide Charlotte btrect, a cludniij: IbllUaledj \ loi-ition, and retired from oilier Dwtlliim-.. ; : ., 1 t.-:. J Tax C'U"et UNION.
{ J 1U oj.
South ofTreneury Lane.Wholesale and Retail dealer I taxes and expends are paid before day o': The H.u'.(! contains 45 ltoo\Js. with adihtion- --' --- : : jo rs'sps'stetselert| wurkat.f,wi,bout chitpS
tk AT. Wake-nan.' ,'al-. J. SlJllPSO.N Sheriff and
l Ic .nsnnd IT or CI>UIK-H-UUOII, Iroiu Uu-ir! .
I the al Parlours Dining, Setting o eoiVi'nienccs : Til 2 NVJllLlJ. Ad 1AS
. i ofDr Uvn4a.rd. Groceries. Gro..ery'stor. ja). 3!. 1832 V'ai Collector o C. : (i.vLLCiivtjiociies\uT STREET.,
1 Good Store I in I For Accomnidaiwn cannot -
I. I Hiound floor of the City Hotel-Dry general
I I-
"I the whu lie te
I [ ChurioiU street, Howard' Building. Cj'l'ax COlltctuTS Sale., be Mirp.i.viid.The : JIORUISYILLIS'S.; -><; i t'f"r-on* in country) may
: fio.ii U.1tt".i.o.or pbLiexhiiLiou-the '
Misses s, t( N. "PinUtam. Dealers in Fancy '5': Y virtue ofih* lower vested in mebylnw! I weB earned Reputation: this ILuc I I. .
'' roods, tc. oppobite the Planters Motel on East I t Miallcxjiosc fi-rsnle before the Court IJn's has from Year to Ye.ir ncqtured.it will be tli" I IM 2''" .J"'Iy,,.., ..-J'. ... -. .1.ut"tt.. .

., $ij. Charlotte street. I do) at Melloiuille o-> the first ton !ny of April! next P.rllj'r lu'l'-& Jrs. DAVIS aim to <*'tain. Fsfl'fur { \ *
&c. I F..1. lL': :5'-i. fl.L'IfJ:. : 'I->'i of 1I1.ll'J.rt.IJ" 3";. SMb H"1 *!
Grot erie Provisions ;
ljirin tile
i if Pedro Benet. De fol'owing! tlf'tocril'f'J' tracts* of Ini.d; or *o n,uchh the liberal Patronage, heretofore, returns
) iei'i'h*. 4') It '.P ett id .ii .sn'r4: '*
V n pr
corner of Cana and St. George street. .reif es will pnythriaxh: ( ue thereri the .-'ate her thanks. '
.\/ Watch maker and Jeweler on tf Fl, and of l'JIJUsntl.l WEElr.'l" TV/i.DOLI.AtlS ,.1 u '': ofi.u; "il-V'f! iL"," wc. w.il.' b. ''a:
F. / Q iicy. nida County. Orange. tor the yea 1851to The Table will be supplied with choice } '
, office of Dr. Peck. wit ( noa ilic rcvcipt of the mousy, to any plrt
r George 'ti nearly opposite : TurtlecFi Ducks Venison
: Game; Oysters, TilR nr.-T SCMEER OF TUB WKW rntEf '

i no an.,. KtUn. Retailer side of Boots Charlottee Shoes, atrect.Caps I H ncres of Jnn.l 'mini! part r.f n tract Turkeys and Shell Fish, which nt this time S ISSStLI) OS THE FIRSC'vr JASL'AHI' .N co'intry.Mor.ornry ?ecrr riea will grvf receipt." lot S
I' G.-ls. east
ata and Treasury Lane. I tO ncre thi csttt nf diiItri in Ponce \Cjl'lh our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or I Itiullirl.ur'ft"I1iltnn mav be mnde't .
of Charlotte'
cirner,Lawrence Andreu.street Tailor, Charlotte street, or $myrna Barr, doubled luxrd.Alu more Hunters, sporting'exclusively: for this THE Home Joirnal has nrw become ; S GEORGf DEVVET

marine Fort. J 232 acres of land on the Est KUC 01 [House 'liTe are few famic! of cultivated Correspnn1tng Sdtt /lJf1.

Join Usinn. Boot maker, harlotte street near I La ke G 'orK<'.sup|> iM-dta bcldnt' in Poiinnno Horses, Carrinscs, Ponies Guiis, FiYi.iiigTackles .I tho-ie who seek to enliven and mike home 210 Ch.'sistittr'et._ 'Ph i IadIiMn. -

ilie City Hotel. t J Arnold, in ctnui 38, lowushiji 13, r. nge 27, UouU for Excursion &c. ,, mnlligpnt nnd attractive plnce.-w'lo! do TOPOS }'. j.\ %":. !s

Michael Nellig n-Cabinet Mcker, Charlotte ICloM'd.\ Very Respeciftillr, r6i i\e it It i i' rt-ad Wl bcuv. wh rl.\' )()1' Oi'I' il''E ,'r4t5iPS. .

street I* low Terrverance Hall. lROPIUETlnSS.N. I gold threads of domestic hnppjness and : under4neJ, Pwtmn\ter Pleasant Grow

Job Matiuey. 31ark Smith and Gun Smith, near J SIMPSON. sh"rifT. ansi I refinement which are 'woven t o th:ckly Co. :!rylllnJ"wnt*the first person ita

the North'Gate of the City.. jnn 31, 1 853 'ruxCn1cclor.o.c. IT.-ItisIlic ivi, :> of use Pro- f stronger and coarser web of our .-. S who Y conceived and undertook extenwvelj.

pritrc"t" that the Servnitti attached ,:: and energetic prosperity. The Home the idea of supplying all post'offices wiifc

Bovlinf lilt,. Liquors 'and Refresnmenls. by t Tool Poivdor, &(.. to the House Nhoiild be civil. nUt. ,,- !l poaker to the hearts ol this busy.uaiioo in All stamp made by him are war

; J- .'. Bridler( C. y lintel. Dr. CN-volaiiilN Tooth I',' vdcr, Eng',j.h tivc and oblliu jiv a ;" l ppinessand rtlaXI1I 1n. etamps. other that can be
equal or uuperior to
,Philip Gomez. Retailer ,of Liquors. Refreshments "..th! rushes Culoene'nt..r, French Soap. I .Is ti .ywrear's Freientfrtm a the and any whenever any ttf

&c., Charlotte ,street, opposite! Btidier'n Bowling Camp'uT! .:uap. Honey Soap. aborted Peifumet ( ARMICIIACL AND OSGOOD'S -I. a LaJ/, the 'home Journal is 0fl1- (Ii! in at fame price defective, unutilCt0TY..

Alley.I Pliitif-umv Oil, H nrs Oil, toilet Powder fine Sponge t'1 I DtIIGIG U.iClllyr:, mcm'ranct i, r,,.,' *-11 week, and it shall any be way forwarded or on nonce, wuhrtt
Hair' Df'-, I.'c'" 'Water Jl/liitary Shav tg001' have been appointed I I ifl
I mulE undersigned ng"nt pnps JJ gift in good taste. All who crder set of ,WITH CHI.W-
a stamps
I STAGE"OFFICE.Office ., Pirjip--, Briwhes,'Roger's Perfunmry Jockey Tlubb, _.___ of the oWners of bis invention and would recom i r. 'A'RM .--For one copy, 0 ; for taree at Two Dollar! only-(for thirty piccwj)
i \ Pieolaia Mail Stage. Brultei's City .c. t\1* assortment of Roger's &. Wirtenhoim'ji : Individuals, j
of r 'J. an mend it to Contractors, Companies or i t or f'fr one copy fur three years $b- in adiibitbm.
i Cutlery, 1'ancy note and Paih, letter P, work ot the following: description be kept stamp*
HoteL I. per who arc about doing vance' sibbds'ribers without delay. A&Ilt rust J/aater Plcasnt Grove AJ1t ra t
ai retiIby B E CAKlt..Yo .
I ILxunsive
". viz: I / 3IORKLS \\ )

\ ,7; I I. 'I I.i' / CHURCHES. ,_,:: / J9 drainage of Swamps' Marshes, and u- f Editors 107 Fulton street N' 1tI' I
,Rom i. C d! lie Church. North side Monumenqnue. gar Plantations. / I d44itGE 1.1.x'I'En8.
virtue ot the power'es!ted in me by Inw I around Plantation Towns / Land Sale.
; B Building Levees or I 21 ordinance 1<> auicn.I ; I 1L1t1)lC Tract of
-- piscopml CAvrc South eide Monument square.Preslytcritn I shall e\pove lot sale be ore tHe Court Jlonsw'oor Opening Channel way and removing Duns js( the .t l\\ diiiaiicc prohibiting I2or i HE subscriber as Agent o} the several owo1
at Mcllonville! ; on the fiat Monday of August I II and Harbors. / offers for valuable faAJJ
Charek. On St. George street, month of River Cattle from mtlny nt large sale some. of the most' .
South of tbetquare. .:: I I i next the following described tincta of land or soinnh !I Making Canab through awamp?, marshy or sandy .r the City of St. AnsMstinf.Be Florida, to wit : S
thereof as wll pny the .tnxea due thereon tie \ valuable hammock laud Wr *, ofF"
Methodist Epiftopal Chureh. St. George Ueet, ground. \ / / ordained by the Mayor and acres
near the Mhjaolu* House I. St'llj of Florida wit and Co b'y of Orange fcrihe year j I Deepening water around Wharves r Piers ifteCilof "1. Avgusiine, That i i' I known as the Gibb Lands in Marion Co..

'. 15I.to ; ; Kt.tpioc'Pf'n channel way through Lakes and Riv- be lawful for the Cuy Marshal to r p ( o acres pear the Alachua Savanna kno B II
I I 7)0 acres of Lund in Tumbull ;
TERMS OF COURTT EASTERN CIRCUIT wnmp. belonging ver:, retnovjng Rafts or unkn Logs tearing up j jKoois Mayor the owner or keeper of any y Grant. '
'r turlluecc.llo belong to G'uot.. returned |1
FLORIDA. I ; ofTreuetc. / colt mule, and also acres in San? Felasco Fammock nesr Nc9. .
eehimg, or
j, IFIUl'CO TERM. by rtv.Tiainiu, A Putnam. j I I To peon dtsirouiof improving waste Lrndsbv buT! ot or calf fount running at large '.\known as the Liwtoa Lands.

,I For the.Cc inties of Orange>in4; St Lucie, at Mel-I.o Also, 350 acres belongin or supposed to belongto 'r drainage tbt3 macbin can beb recommended as the the City (Ct.. Augustine ; contrary to a' ihowand acre good and in the .zre--

\ i> first Tuesday (in April and on the i to Chariot: T Gobert, returned by William A For ;r only! one adapted all the purpose lIt'cetMry' j sions of an "Ordinance prohibiting Urant\ .

." f' nville, on the before the firtt .1/onday in November ward.Alsoj. I I To tho e w.io. arc building! or repairing- Canal! or i,. Cattle ftora going at large within the acre Non Halifax River, Fouth of St. A*
; \ 1 third Tat ay. be found of it known Balow! W
: drains it. .will immense value as will [ I the Plantation baying
9'0 acres lelonsirg unppofed belong- Augustine"Passed
,, ; J ., ineclzand every year. : deepen the! -'Canal, andat the tame time form an em- of la d suitable for antLcott0L
: the Putnam, at Pilatka second Tuesdty to Robert Martin teturnrd oy R A Putnam 'i I in Council February 7th, Id59.E open cane
''I 'Jr county buiikment or l leve*. several other bodies of hammock laUd .
J. de MEDlCEd, Mayor
'in ApriLForthe J S1MTSON lienff and Taj Collector, o. c ThM machine' used wiJi either hone or steam I watera. .
of Slarioa.at Ocala! fourth Monday Jim 3Utt 1852. |i Attest
: coun7 which be title low-.4pv'1
Increased exte-t.
poiver can to any CIIAS. HAAGER.cvc. are undoubted and terms
April. and Lt\Tlt Nfw- Tax ColitctoiM Male, They': ce now in succeeiful operation in all parts of G.EO. R. FAIRBANKS

.1, For the cocntiesofAhch.ua in May. virtu" of th* power ,ve'tfd in me bylaw Iha1I :he county' and may be teen at Charleston, South Cnrolinin : Billiard Table and Ten Pin t 28. 1852 \ \ugustin-Ftof.Ja.! .

B I'orthe oiTille, first Couc Monday of Coltunhia at Alligator on the Br expose for sale before the Court }f ou. e ; IS'avv Yard, IVnsocola! ; and on.the Canal between A t the Magnolia Rt'trt'atopt'n FLORIDA 'from' New lurk 1
y doorin the 8t Acsusilnp the Gist Galveston and San Louis. I 2\L and Evenin diiys
cJiyof on Men- day
Monday of May.Forthfcoun i I Hay 50 5'hhJ. upt
I'j I taco ofN s&au, at NanauO. H.,on the day cf May pext, the following decrtbed property By application to 3. 8. &ECOR* Esq.. our Agen- Nov 29'DI "lf S. : tibIa Flour
:, *. Crackers 50 sacks Snt: nnd 124 pack
: the fourth Monday May. ono much thereof as will p"y the State and! county at Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida, ,
iybefrre TJCE.
NVedne of the machine be with ( to B E. Carr, 10 boxes G. Bart SucJtf
Jacksonville the taxes and the. ezeusesdue thereon for the thawing can seen, informationas
of Duval, at on
the all
For count) HEREBY GIVEN to others'
1 year 1651 I. to wit : to the cost,etc, IS ? to Burlin<:arne & Hot*k, and
ourth.Monday)' t May. Legatees, & other interested in the '
A lot of laid in the of St. July 12tb IS.-.1: : DEEDS d
Augustine. boonded I
I Ij For the County of St. John's, at St. Augustine, Henry Klonne late of rit. Johns County r BLANK
on the second Mt iday In :June.TAtt. on the east by Dracocn or Spanish street and .' GILBERT SECOR. tW York that on the expirntion six Months from at thh Otfice. __ ..
lots of G Pomar and 18f.tt'rs.n the West -
TELII.Forthicountia i by : )
hereof I will apply't the Court of Schr. Florida dischnrginic'BuWiUr
hereby given to all claims now
of Orange and St. Luck, Tuesdaybefore ; Tolomato street on the South by lot .of Jo epti : Notke person having : County of Sr. Johns aforesiid," for a' final J B-iconl shoul
I I II firstMbndav of November. i Andieu deceased on the North by an alley.sal J lot : >t tne Estate of Susan F. Perpall tip ,. ,CmckcrsPork, Hams,
\ the I owned the lute George Bartlett. ceased, to pnsent the same within time prescribed I of my accounts with said Estate, and a with a full assortment of nriiclw U5U-
of PUtnafn, at Pilatka, the second wnBorrixinally by
-I 4ik) iI Tuesday.before Fpr the county the first Monday of November.For deceased, and assessed to G. R. Fairbanks containing by law.'or ttch. claims V. SANCHEZ will ("rnf'r- be barred. I administrator thereof.FRANCIS BRIDIER I I I at the lowest prices by B. B CABS.

Aministntor.Apri .
the county of St. John's on the first Mondayin in all two acres more or 1..55' I I I Pt. Augustine February 21st 1952.
N nm.btr. Unless taxes and expenses are paid befrre: the \. 3d 1852._ I Oil, &c.-Tallow Candk,Jopentine. -

For'the county of Nt9au,'. Thursday before the day of sale. fB. Public Jleetiues.-Prirate Rooms fitting i i No\V OpenillC-Oraoges, Sperm, Brown Soap, Linsef J .

'third Monday of November. B. CANOVA,Sheriff and ex-off.,. for temporary purposes, always in !; Potatoes, Prunes Pea l\uUl. D Candles, Starch,White, Lead. IflJI

Forthf county of Dual', on the third Mandayof I Tax Assessor and Collector, s. j.c. '. readinrM at the Magnolia .I UetreatNov29 ; I'I' Preserves, Confectionary, Segars Liquors I Paints at retail by ,. -

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