The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
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: THE CITY : tail, and,thus ladencd, drive him a tamed tornado accompany''her. The secretary was Jrornediaicly I A Model Love Letter.
ANCIENT < ..a ,through the length and breath of the :. e4'theydeaciinded together Into the The following extract from the Coshocto

A-Xw'.., '\' ... ,. land. .If.-It could climb to somq.belght' from' street and in a tew moments returned bearIngwjthtbetu -i Republican, would ha a first rate.specimen of
4 .. -T. C;1-i"-.r'&"'"'.tag: ....... .. ff t woj lUL'PVfi: slAncaV ? wfiolo' : tho rack:: or .a wagon- This the amatory style, but for an, important de w
;_.' '' J..! ;.. '_ 1'. area of the State oflidwfora, wesboula nee rack,which Is V fixture e attached either to,the flciencT. tftcre' are iitrrhymes iir it.whacb Y:.
il'1 0 ,. To tbe Pierce scold &ing Pioneers.Tuxs.Icomefrom ., it out in every direction with the tracks mark.' fore part! or back t. peasant's wagon and intended are a* important to such efforts as a view of

. t A iri4o DOLLAM TCK AXKt'X, IX lOttxci.1T Alabama, cd uut for the chained thunderbolts to run upsstn. to,hold hay for the horses during a wAter to a landscape. It we,can trust our .'

AErftTUEMtirrs will be inserted at aXE At every hour, and evry minute, of ,the journey, was composed of small slats,and, memory as to the chime of some verse, read ;

. lJottAii'w3: quarcof 12 lines or tinder, for the first Come all ye jolly.. pioneers, day and of the night we should see them about two inches'wide, and about the eighthof many a long year 80, In the! novel of Cberu ,.

; &ETKMTY-FITC Cum for each snbseqornt Con* hems gladly sing; rushing from point to point, with the speed of an inch thick'crossing each other at equal I bin*. We would'present them as counterpart ,J-

useruooand For now we can but win the day, the lightning and rousing the direction of distances, constituted a serai-circular net I to ibo prose of the Republican : .,
,.' iiumlon. deduction. will b* made for no- each other tracks like cannon bulls oa a work. all these slats wherever they crossed ..
Led on by Pierce and King.Chorns If White Sea, Red Se, Black Sea rn, .. ,X
titer Inserted for six months. Held of battle. fastened with cither woodenor ,
-Then oh! Louisiana,. .h were together One tide of ink to Ispahan;
'CT AU advertisements most be paid for before lie must bo a foul-hardy man, one would iron bolts, with our unskillful /hands an Holland old,and Holland new.

inrrtion,Hairs* by a regular customer. By referring Most merr lfwe'llsing ; I, : think, who should dream of riding such a hour nearly) was consumed before we could One wondrous sheet of paper grew; .

iaonr term, the requisite sum way be ascertained A Fur we'll elect our candidates: .,{! modifier. One'might as well straddle a bom- get the rack In pieces. When this was acconvnibbed If all the geese in Lincoln fen

I'-oiU Gcn'l Pure* and Tv'i.ff. :j t shell, or a I'aixhnn shot,fur the sake of speed. we taw nothing before us but agile Produced spontaneous well made pens;'
anatransmitted with the adrnwemeni.CP \ f Suppose' Kotnu little atone should get wedged of slats; but the fair courier, taking'them up:. All were two mean to speak thy worth., .

Adrertbrtnrnis not marked sritb'the number The whip may rally round old /Scott; upon the track, or some misplaced switch one by one, and examining them very minutely Or set one simple dimple forth.

ofn.rrtiom rvqulred, will be continued until' And make the welkin ring, ;; should: turn it off, or a pin the size of your I ,' at lengbtb selected a piece exclaiming, Gran's DAT, 1859.

forMd,lad chirped (or May shout of "Wt, plates of soup,'" linger should break; or some one often thou. This is it!' Tho slat selected resembled the Mart Trtcedtt sad Cktmiaf Mitt : .

Notice tp Debtors and Creititon, : 07 (00) And all such foolish thing. rand trifling accidents should happen; what the other so completely that the most rigid I would that my pen were dipped in tho

.Application Cat Letters of Administration, 5 00 Chorus-TheD'! &c. would become of the trtij and the lives of observer unapprized ot the tact, could not dyes of the rainbow,plucked; from the wings
.: hose who had entrusted themselves to III have detected the slightest difference between clan' angel I l. and mended from the prayers Of .
1r OJ'AU'NU"iuIU notice* will be inserted cratui- BIt ''r'' '. care? And yet during tho last twelve months them; but by the aid of a peu-kaife, to separate an infants wit!-that I might; expect to paint

totulf.O. next November 1l't tell a tale l \ no lea than eight million four hundred and fortyjJce its parts, this slat was found to be composed the burning brightness of that flame which '

''- All bitts for Job'rrlatlol, most be paid on Which,tears !from themVill, wring \ thousand and nine hundred and ten person of two pieces,hollowed our in the mid. thy thrilling eloquence has enkindled Thou ;I\

delivery of the work. ; Will tell of,triumphs we have won, .r; rudu upon thu railways cf this State alone. die, and afforded space enough to hold a fold sot moonlight ot sentiment-soA.soap of con "

pArt letters on business,and eommnntlcatlons Ledon, by Pieret and King.Choi And out of this vast number,less than onekun-, ed letter. In tbisispace had been conveyed, sistency I Thy voice is as gentle as gentle as "

tnosj us-Theaoh! &c. dred lost their lives by railroad accidents. with a secrecy which enabled it to pass the the first stirring of an infant's dream ; thy .
e rwT run io receive attention.
I ,r rI Tho chance observer would say.that this wall severe scrutiny of the Austrian sentinels the step as light as the sylvan looted zephyr that

...i,1 !Ordinance iu addition to an Old Daniel he has got the gout, proportion of catiwlties u even more astonish :communication addressed to the author by 'fanned, with the wing; ot perfume tho gable

L L'Ordhitmco reiuiiutr. to tbe iotico And Fillmore,he can't sing!;; lUg than the railroad itself. Aid so indeed, I i Louis Koautb.I end of the new-born Paradise ; thine ey es are

Of tho city 4>f st. A JBIUI1C. Their mammies do Dot know th; ',. out, in many of its u*pec'-, it i il. The mysterious personage, ss intrepid as two brilliants stolen from the seraphs; tJy1 lips
And there bo doubt that traveling she fair who undertook the vivid rosebuds
tit yet can no was conveyanceof are moistened by the honey-
it d
ditdbi Mayor
fit Al.ltmef
iltiityof# St. 4wgsetisebrit *if* Hurrah for Puree and, King. ,, by railway uA safest mode traveling ink dispatch, at night alone and unprotected dew of affection jthy words are like drops of
any person
. preens ball couunit or cause to be couuuitted,or Chorus-1 ben oh! &.c. yet ucottmand inai cur the cimple reason in an open peasant's wagon, a dreadfulsnowstorm amber; thy teeth are snow-flakes,set in a Verbena .

.a.d o be concerned commitUng any irrtpau upon mat it depends more completely than any other through the midst of the Austrian I :Ibed.

any lut,garden, grove or plantation within the city Then shout tuiza my jolly boys, upon fined principle that eon be understood, and army, when detection would have been certain Ob sweet spirits of camphor, doubledrstill-

cf 8U Aumisiinr, or upon auy f.cit trees,shrubbery And make this city ring ;. .... upon a euctes that can be controlled by the faUUeclof death was (as M. Puluzsky has just informed. ed essence ot hartshorn, sour.krout of my

plants,tints or vegeubtes growing in any such lot, ..Our eagle perches on the pole,) ,nan. A horse will sometimes run away; the author) then a single I lady, bas since married hopes, applo-sauce of my thoughts buttermilk-

. garden, grove or plantation, vr ahull be concerned in Borne up by Puree anJ King # ; hahas a will of his own, and its freaks cannot aad is now the Countess Moiesicsky. catsup of my fancy tiger of innocence apple-

tlrttroytng or carrying away any fruit, vegetablesor Chorus--Then oh! otc. ..... f jilwny be (orseen. Tile locomotive has nowilluu The statement, therefore,' of a person: assuming butter of perfection, log-wood of melody
near U Vktue growing therein such person or pvrons : uu.iuii,-no life, but what: man gives, the title of Baroness do Beck, and who in thou art the julip of my dreams ginger-pup .

(if free) suallon conviction, for each offence, The whirs wriggle,twist and s.rew, and can guide, check, control!, or taku away. a work upon the Hungarian war, published in of my waking vi lIOns, and cherry-bounce of be subject to a fine of not exceeding ten dollars and ugly Everything: connected with a Railroad,-the England about two years ago, claiming for my recollections; tbou art lea harmless as a 1
the ofMts proBceuliou ; and;f a dave, he or she shall (hvt goalt they feel the sling,) the of been the bearer of :.
track, thu motive power, the wheels, cars, herself the credit having striped hyena, spotted as the leopard or a ..
'' beiiable -whipping not exceeding! tea stripes, and But we will go it bold and true, every agency employed ubyut i it and every) the dispatch referred to, is altogether with. greased streak of lightning, cnurnedto consistency : .

., "' '' Use like corts. And iu evriy rae cf conviction the Fur gallant Pierce and JKaj. trCboratTh thing ou which iu movements in any ,degree out foundation. Tub authoress, whose char- in the milky-way; thou art as innocent -
: i&akr.bau; sea) ootwaakso4.snt4 the fine or pe-> .obf'U.nki; .t. r .f....." ,., A-J......b-' .. ; remarkable handsome
weUj untiroeJjr.end melddiousfasaliofi. ,
Data, and all cots shall have been uatiafied and paid. dcpendcanAbtDdit4ncd7nad@ aster. *s-: :. as a tiger as aaelephat, .
fit if tmrlker rd uud. That it thall not be law. jectud to tbj full and complete control ot the' death, was involved in so much my lery, nd Ob teuton of my''soul;pickle a

fut for any merchant or hop-keeT| or other personto With right good will, we'll pierce their ranks, presiding intellect. The exact exercises of this excit d for a time so much di cussion i& Europe pumpkins.. preserved crabs ot the garden ofSmith's

keep opin. store*or dispose of any goods,chattels, In flank and front and wing ; entire jiuulery, is nil that is necessary to reudir was (as M. Pulszkr represents) the servant bland where ''thy desperate lover

ware or merchandize on the Sabbath, or barteror j I We'll bombard all their favorite ports, \ railway truvehn perfectly '!!I". And the of.the Countess Mutcsicsky, and thus became wells! From yours &C., '
iK-11 the name,shall on conviction be fined in the fact'tKut it is cxurciacd with diflerenl degress possessed of a' Knowledge of the incident J. IL .
tuia of ten dollar fur eery such orleuce, together, Led on by Pierce and King. ui'liduiuy upon ditlcrcut roads, is what makes above detailed. "

wlih'llie c 't. of prosecuting the tame, one half of Choru.-Thcu oh! &.c. i one road safer or leas safe than another. What's tho Canto? :

*tii h said fine AMbe pad to the pvrsou iulortuiug Compare, for example, the railway returns now to get rid of Cockroaches.Mr. A husband having been left by the partner :
and preheating the sa tne.Be For next No\"tm whiggery; dies, oldiuurcut countries. In Franco a railway Tewkesbury, of Nottingham, in a letter of his cares; at an early' day called to investigate '1

itfurftei' ordained. That it shall not be lawfil Her requirui "e'u.inc: ; accident is almost unknown. Not halt a dozen to. the Manx Sun, says : toward an easy, the matter and ,went at the matter io a :

fur ant petsoa by himwlf, servant or agent, to And go to hear her funeral preached, have Happened within memory. In the two clean, and certain method of eradicating these categorical manner as follows: .

g.rr, nil or barle r, to any slave any vinous, vpiritous Next full by Pie,ee ai.d Kiug. years 1847 and 1848, not a single railway accident insects' from dwelling houses. A few years Mayn't you always bad good maple wood,
without license
oi intoxicating liquors an express occurred in the whole of France. And why ago my house was infested with cockroachesor all in the '
split cellar?
oh! Louatana up
of said Chorus 1'heu ,
tile the control
'ritinl/roua having
m called and I
person 'clocks here,) was
B -cause ,everything m any way connected ( as they are 'Yt!' '
il we or slaves under the penalty: of twenty dollars Most merrily well sing "
for each and every offence,with the costs, and the ; I with railways there, is subjected to the most recommended to try cucumber peelings as a Ain't you always had, he continued rather
informer shall be entitled to the one half of said perealty For we'll elect our candidates, i taitnlul, vigilant and intelligent supervision of remedy. I accordingly, immediately before excited, a new mulch cow and good carrots)'
tad if the person or persons offending shall Both Deu'I Pierce and King. those best quuliiiud to attend to it. The same I bed time,strewed the,floor of that part of the Yes.' '

. bv a. licensed shopkeeper his or their. said license degree of attuuiioii here would secure the same bouse most infested with the vermin with the 'Well, then, what's the cause. Did .I ever "
aLiu be is eked. Risks of Hallway Travel. result. green peel cut not very thin from the cucum strike you with a billet of wood or knock you !
''The above ordinance will strictly enforced Compare tho safety of traveling upon the bet and sat up half an hour later than usual to I down with the hoe handle!* .}{
'*' Would you like the luxury of a now sen- watch the effect. Before ttte expiration of that
Pawed 10 CouncU Jane, Slst 1852. English railouds with bat" of traveling upon 'No'Thin .
P. c. ZYLSTRA, ][.,or. about Take your stand six leel from a rail. our,. In Great Kritain, during the two years time, the floor where the'peel lay was completely what in tiieh-U is the cause?' i
; road track iu the night, and await the pas- covered with cockroaches so much "
Attest, (;nuo I1.& EL ending with 1848 the whole number ot miles
J sago ol the ,Express: train. Thure is no wind traveled by Railway passengers was 1'830 that the vegetable could not be seen, so voraciously Doa'x.-Don't got tipsy; don't smoke immoderately I

J' Tax Collector's gale.By stirring. Clouds closo in the light of the stars 184.-617, tied tau number of persons killed during were they: enraged In sucking the poisonous or in the ladies faces; don't quar- *
> Virtue of tbo power vested iu me by law 1 Thu hum ul lilb has ceased Blackness und the same timu was 413. This shows that moisture from it. 1 adopted the same rel with friends don't fancy yourselfthe
.11 expose for sale before the Court. house silcucu brood) together upon the tuck of the* one was killed for 4455,652 miles plan the following' night, but my visitors were nicest your man in Christendom don't despise '1 1I t
door at Mellonville ou the flu( t Monday of July next carlli. Afar oft the listening enr catches a person every not so numerous-I should think not more
traveled. In New York last unheard
that were year. the don't condemn body ;
.44 |following described tract ot laud or as much dawning roar. 1lalt'-heard and half-felt it 347 than a fourth of the previous night Oa the poor any t
the whole number of miles traveled was reach anddon't
don'tlstrike: a man beyond your ;
1- tbenmf M will pay the taxes due thervou the titate grows into more distinctnesspartly revealed the of killed was third night I could not'discover:one, but anx I t than
number auention
of f)orlda and County of Onau: for the year 1851 by the trcmtmg of tho solid earth partly'feltas 833,840 about 100;und-wbicli is one for parson every ,"8,38O- ious to ascertain whether the bouse was quite one lady.pay particular to more 1

&0.wit: a shap Ic.'IIII. horror filling tho air. Every killed in clear of them, 1 examined the peel after I had
,310 assessed to James Clark, in section or very nearly ,as many as were
acrta ,
its awful volume mind and
second swells deepens laid it down about half an hour perceived
4$, township 11, Range 31 south and cast on the Tho carth now quakes unless iutreud England, in :nropotion to the aggregate number covered with ravriads of minute ,You* Au&ICA..P4tber.* exclaimed tke 'r t
its terrors. that it was
i railway-Iu either case I
UallUax River, by and heir of a gentleman ot our acquaintance
from tho the sizd flea. I there- kopeful son
a : lazing glare! ns eyol cockroaches about CIi a
',J, BIMPr'ON, oheilltaud Tax Collet, o. c. ; the propoliou of lives seem small, and so it on Fridav' last, while the father ; .
into thu air lie till and
Uaslit-s horror surrounding allowed the to morning
hell, ; I is. Out ho shows that it u not fore peel t
Jan comparison the
e 3,1852 { his smartness -
was congratulating youth <<
crawling in have cockroachin upon
und you see, along snaky; tmck.with small it be made. Mire lives are from that moment not seen a
so as might Ins studies the
,QCHR.. JOSBi'U H&NKY. days from ,Baltimore fiery hud crouched close to the ground, lost there than m Englau&--4nd..more in England the bouse. It is a very old building ; and in scholastic youngster ,
400 bits Flour,3000 bush Corn,40 bales and iu long train swinging from side to side than in France. V. r. Time 1 am certain that the above mmedy only requires having attained eight years" of age-&ther,
Htf.30 bags Coffee 10 hhda Sugar 40 bUs Lard, with a wavy motion-a gigantic and terror- to be preserved in for three or four I'm &II American, alotU' t

;Sd Kegs matter, 40 bib PoUtoet, 20 bus Apples, I 5 breathing monster, instinct ward life and power A Hungarian Herolue. nights, to completely:>> eradicate the pesL--Of Yes, my boy, you are"responded tbedelipt'f
Casks:: Cheese, 100 bags Oats, 6 casks of Bacon 40 crtwliing' the earth with its tread, and cre- work course, it should be fresh cucumber peel"every, ed parent.'"Well, Father you' aint,, are youl"Notb 1.(;
bile Crackers, 100 kegs Nails, S5 boxes Tobacco, SIM whirlwind with ill blasting breath a From Mr. Stiles able and popular n.iibLuallcr. > birth, my son""Well
do, 10 bUs Molaasea, 50 boxes Soap, 9 casks it along. Is there anything in the: the following interesting and romantic incident then," exclaimed young America in a

Oil, 60 boxes Candles, 15 baskets Champagne, 10 world sweeps which i impresses the mind wig a is extracted. The author says: of Fruits and Flowers. thoughtful manner'when I grow to be a man j(
profounder Origin
'texts Cider,10 cheats Tea, 10
,S boxes Oraeges boxes Lemons, 10 casks nuus with iu blazing eyes and aria when all communications,between Hungaryund the Citron the Orange and the Olive, are ot 'Hallo there,* aid a farmer to an Irishman

Rice,3 Crates, 15 boxes l Starch 400 B.boxes E.: CARL to kf breath rushing with the speed of a can, ,Austria had ceucd,largo armies on either Asiatic extraction. busily engaged at one of his cherry trees'by .J

.;_ .. March......thl8fii.. uonball, and startling the air and the earth I side guarding, their respective frontiers the I The Vine grew wild in Sicily,and perhaps what right do_ you take those
Tax Collectors Sale with: the overwhelming horror of, us flight author was seated iu tho office of the Legation in Italy; but could not be reared in France at my right land sure.

Y ring of the power vested hi me by law,I What would tbo savage think, seeing it for the of the United States at Vienna, when hIS set the time of Straho: ,except in Norbonnenais. The Baltimore Clipper says: A correspon-

tV ichall expose for ale before the Court House first time Imagine such a flight across the vant introduced a young female who desired, The Apple is a native of Italy. dent asked why marriage and death notices i
Soor.ai MeUoaville on the brat Monday of July next country fifty years ago), unheralded by any as she said, to see him at once upon urgent The cultivation of Flax was transported should be paid fort For the very best reasons

tbafbUowteg iLactibed tract of land or 10 much rumor of; iu coming, revealing iu existence business. from Egypt. : one is an advertisement of co farftttrship i
I thereof u wit pay the taxes due thereon the titateof by its presence, and, rustling suddenly into I tibo was a,most beautiful and graceful creature : Lucertw,Grass derived its name and origin and the other is a notice of dissolution. Business :
Florida of lor the and though attired in the dress of a peasant I
and County Oiang year obUaon-u it now rushes.Into the darkness from Media. Is business.'
.1851, to wit: the grace and elegance of her manner, flowers that In European
while the where, it disappeared Almost all the grow
gaze upon spot )
'9f' 7 acres of lead bclongteg or supposed to be. you,and hear only the faint echo of its distant the fluency and correctness of her French, at garde l are otCoreignutraCtion.The My dear air, said an election the acquaintance election i i'I'm
:: keg to Thomas Forbes being ia section 45 town. tread. What rumors ofit, would fill the once denoted that she was nearer a princess 'Irish sad Beet Potatbe are natives of. accosting a sturdy wag on'
needn't be-
2G; itflj* S9 soeOi ad east, assessed to the said oft iu iu than a peasant tihe sat and conversed for very glad.to see you. You
world! What tales grandeur-or of America. '
yea: sometime before she,ventured to communicate ofraeri 1 ve voteL''What;
native -
credulity Maize is
and its power-would startle .the Indian Corn or a
-*Abe,542 acres la section 40, township: 16 sooth, speed the object of her visit. As soon as the are you looking after,'deart said a
tup" rut.assessed 10 Thomas focbea. of the remolnst village exercise of the ca. affectionate mother to her. only daughter.
monster-which never!: author perceived that in the Rice was brought from India in a small very
-v Asia SIS texts la sectioa 39, township 14 aonthrange Yet this gigantic with the majesty !I I utmost caution she desired only to convince and the Royal Governor of 'Looking after a son-in-law for father.' :
to impress us bag, presented
87 West banks of Lake George fail even yet 1
east,being on outs po'\er.1I one of our roost herself that she was not in error as to the ins South Carolina. ..... Partington says she did not marry her
tBuiLsxJ Forbes.v and grandeur
and.SlMFdON to Tbomu Atril'asu1; TAX Collector;o.c. familiar servants; he is simply the drudge upon j dividual she sought he told her that,upon the The MagnoliaBay and Tulip trees are natives second husband because she loved the male .
; honor of a ,she might rest assured born discriminated sex but because be the size of her
.. J,1851. whom we throw the. hardest work of everyday 1 gentleman: of America, aed have just was
Grand and superhuman as he seems that the individual saw before her was the all over Europe as flowers of unparalleled first protector and would come in so good to
'.v&'4.C33i b hereby gtvrn,tlist 1 will,six weeks I life Use him merely as substitute. 'I' diplomatic agent of the United Status to the magnificence. wear his old clothes out!
i J&i fcfter date, apply to the Jidgv of Probate of Bt to the eye, we burdens Court of Vienna., Upon that assurance she Azelias in wild luxuriance allover
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,wtaiL ANN HUKLBERT. all-powerful .awiftifooted monster- tiful than must be soft soaping. "Well,madam ,
Have a servant sir in whom you can rely "
IIIO-' ,)1itebb Gila 1852. omnipotent, gigantic centipede; we have and who you can go with me into the streets fora An old bachelor on seeing the words"Families It neeeed soap of some 'ind.

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length and the summillcvcl i i. near Kingsleys these are privileges i most dear to every E.rzrcsfrom a letter addretsed to us from Anadaren I [FiI& 1'8& A3Lt ?ciir.J ': ___.
: 'THE ANCIENT CITY. I I'pond and is about 126 teet. .f iran is freely admitted by all.Vb}' Arner.1 Rusk County Texas, dated 5/i June, 1852. I L4ucw.Addrtised S : .
vaiiety ot changes have been.rung to t\,pavemia: aftafo lovtlj tad
Some experimental line were also run one upon* "ZJ.arS/r: J hI';,..

(if uhich was to connect the UilUburo River in inn tliis my debate province, others lo, judgeof may determlne motives. and i I Our crops promiv well thk year so far in the sea- liRe children, titter,who died within a.fne ...J S

;\; :ind iliu Ocklawuhu. would take occasion only to remark, thnl no ton, and 1 now promise myaelf'that I will spend thenext mints of each other,fane 19. I,2. : ., :\ '

; "This line after. leaving the head of IlilUbo- man shaitmakeup nn jjuue upon subject for winter with my family in East Florida. I think .
far tIpldJjin.town ( me, I the Aboiitionints: 'I 1 i the climate unsuitable for Ceat, fond PaenLeasejweeping : (
ro Bay follows tho military road as as oppose for the very of Texas very persons eith- ; 'f tr
---- -'- --- of Okc-bum-ky hence takes reason that I entertain a sacred regard for j!i er in advanced life or of iJFtakly constitutions, and Dry the sorrowed pearIear. ;
f.1tt' v OF FEDERAL RIO UTS A5DftOISTASCK DE1ERIlISEt-i'' t'ee ia'common with nil other righu,secured F T y'lost onffTsleepingJ! '. :. rI.
1'O.ALL WHO OPPOSE HEIIIJl an EasteflyVcourse' to Ocklawaba River. Itrroeels the Constitution. Ii i I more especially so in wintotherhae4t is a .... S this river at a by ble 'lor ,planting end I Woulcf scarce- r "liiheavenlr; "glory! to reappear.3KJ .!,,, ..
:- : tfie bordering country purposes : S ', t'
"But i
; swamps it is further urged npain>t the! resolution !II &,. 4p, \ '
ST. AUGUSTINE, JUNE Sthf186J1: :point fifty fttt|! above low water in the Gulf. *, (aid Mr. Pierce) that they are mere abstraction -I ly expect to better myself set far as. pleating"" islcon" r Softly o'er,their.pi rt-stea '': ; ,

.., i I. ,; On this wlSfe distance of 80 miles it crosses. *. Sir jt i iA quite immaterial what ,' cerned I never have seen1 East Florida, but front! l iu bub ir th t ira; r S'
if//> "" .. S ..JI. IOVRATIC KOMIIi'ATlO.... .. 8. that they meet the that they encounter
., River near tho 21st-mile, ut' an 'elevation ease be I Uxratedwith my white family in pome healthy portion clap them i is thy arms again. ;
I..a. .A S ..: -' the Abolitionist* upon sound and tenable I :
of it,whre I *ould be from the sudden
LOft .PRESlnEIVT. ot 33 feet above lite gull; the mn'jn head ground, and furnish.u conclusive answer to hisimportunities. Thy,gentle buds of early blossom ,: ,. :
.. weather that here and if
cold we experience planting ,
Withlacoochc th' 4!th mile To that refer S '
branch of the near say petitions tfweelly sleep to Christ' dear shade ."' '
PIERCE only to'juts District and that lands can be had oa.good terms, I might moveihere ; ".
1 SEN. FRANKLIN nnd at a point 37 feet above the Gulf. At tne uscerted-in the the principles I : lo Have,.soared.away to that brightmansion:! !. : .
proceeding: resolutions ire altogether. wrote l\1r..F.Jome. S --
ago.fnqairing "
.. tvtpLc'yj.Lj.1! : ? I line len vea-the witBotit Which for the blest our God hath made. .'; ,
.S" 'OF N ;W HAMPSHIRE.FdR -S' V" consequently application is perfectly the price and terms ol some of the tracts I
military road the elevation nbo\e the Gulf i U idle, It is impossible to read a single number saw advertised by him but as yet'! hare n notreceired, S '!Thr n wipe away the tefar though gushing iU" '
r 62 feW Tho'-diTiding; point ot the Florida ot the' leading"'abolition' periodicals, without ,. 'I
VICE PWILLIA.U an answrr, could you at some leisure momenta give From the foun tains of thy grief; ;, .
Ridge is near the 76;h mile about 4 mile Weg'l perceiving that their object reaches far beyond
t : il.: KING the District, and at short If t me some information on the subject T Calm thy sorrows-now be bushing.S .. '
: stops no point ( M ,
55-... .....,.......' ... P. -.,-,.. '-thejDckluw.ihajswamp; ",its .A.elevation.... ,.above-_ emancipation irt the tb'es. And yet, sir. I *. -, 5 Your ObtT'Servfl :"*" S S' *-' *iiir;;I1D-1elU. for relic' r ,

--m-. At 1 :.. ".t F the Gull has, proved.To' be,,but 87 ftet,-:-The cuspctt thxt you would find few intelligent 'S J. S. D." v; ",0' >'.. .. ':'W 4f!, ', : G. M. 0, f,

....,.,. -, S SS __ ..- ,S want ot,waiter precludes! tho practicability ot Abolition! *,.who, would assert thai Congress S --.-- *" : St. Augustine, Joae 20,152., .'" SaI1irse4DIIvertIeIntnt
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: "' l' j ; connecting by a caniil Ocklawahn, with ha. constitutional;, power ito interfere with Japanese Faaeral.
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,\ ), either the Withlacoitche>> or Hillsborough' Riv- *la very iujhe 2itateabu$. admiltiryt tile ,want .5 u. s. Sleip ')A1u..iIk: ,. t A"&r J ;i"i= d"'i f.j; : ,
3A iJIES.E., nnjOlUt, S of pQwerlfevetbeyhDfd it their dutr, as individuals S HiZo. lgTtm'1" OU1J1i.; I.,Marck24. 5 S iii annid Ii,e'Dr I b.u
Qt ofthu following t
.a erT: We Hud the close the \
'f"., ..' ; report to |persevere in the cause. Regarding 'rLeOid man, the'capt iiiof'tht Japanese, ncclirut fourandated May 27, 1407. The .- ]
,J I' CONGRESS.' t : summary of their examination."The S the 1IIlI i i tut ion!* of slavery as morally rone, died on the Jlt the day we cited land at rif- woman' who coald pitch,into her atwenl IwtotI!;

S ,'< s t : FOR ,' coast 'on'the Gull of Me.xice, between or sinful I, it you please, they consider them- teen minutes past nine P. M. ,He w*. very baud in this way, mu>t have known how tq 4:

'"::; :4: ;'t'E. ; DAX\1"ELf. : Tampa bay and Appnlachin bay, cannot bo selves, as citizens ot tne Union, responsible well tor three or fours days after leaving port, handle the ropes wueit'he was living with her.t
: .. } S'f approached by,vessels Ufa wing,more than five for continuance, where it may exist within, but became sick and got "orse every day after.'! Sue nay: v .
S S FOR LECTORS.UCnS 'j" fen: in thin Inner bay, eight leet ran bo carried our borders. He died as ci\iy n* an infant. All he.Raid was i Thomas Hulchin has advertncd thai I hare ,

: I" ut high ,tide, to St. Mark. B, sides,. the t ,"ThH> feeling has its origin, to some extent r to Thoro-"no moro." They seem, satisfied absented myself from hU bed and, board,a&d.
:: S \ (. McINTpSi;; nf ItyraZ. County. ridge of the peninsula,of r lurid.i bua.II'mr.nl1 I .in a misapprehension ot the structure nt oui. nt having him buried on land.' We mustered forbids all 'persons trusting m& on his account,
; J, (i-AIlAWAYSMITH"'( JtfferlOn, elevuiion of one hundred and iiltvjert above, overnriH'nt, and thin error the preceding resolution up it gocut l"ullI'rl&I.Ve had two boats crews,p and cautioned al pcnomsagulU1 making nw

I f' U AJ. JHS.VE (OE, <( Jachofl.Ie ihe ocean, and its lop does rot offer, at. anyplace ere calculated! to correct 'i! her as,. anti' about' two hundred Kanakas, of all sizes any payment on bis.account. I now adveni
either natural rescrvoiors or. beads of serl, in effect, that the citizens of New Hampshire -'1 joined us at the grave Perhaps you would to thu public that the said Thomas Hatching

J' ,\ ..CRATUMIETI1'G. streams adequate to the supply. of a canal u no more ieponstble. morally or politically like to know the way they buried htm. The cumii us a lorume hunter into ibis town abouta i
having very, large dimension Therefore' a for, the existence nnd continuance of evening he died, they placed a pot of water ago, with a, recommendation! whidi,
S The Democrats of St ,John's county ship'cdanne! destined to connect, through the ibis domestic institution in Virginia or Mary nnd u pun of rice QI his head; the rice was to with year some artful falsehoods induced. roe< u .
;T peiiiusulu, the Atlantic, with ibu Gulf ot )lex land,than he would be for the existence of any keep him from being hungry and the waiter i marry him and take him into my hotue and
arc i invited to meet at the Ing. ico is not practicable S similar ;institution in France or Persia. why he could drink on his way to the land of bliss. bed, from which his bfutaliiy bus drove M .

nolia Retreat" in this city on Wednesday The heads of Santa,Fo river and of Black Becuusu i there are matters over which lh* NVV trot a square box made for him,instead of with wounds and bruises ; be has tnreatetiej :
creek, present lo ,a' canal for bouts the h .iliaftsuge : States, respeeth'ely, ,,hen delegating a portion a coffin. They placed him in silting position my lilu, kept mo- by lorce hum enteric* mruouso
't evening ,Cth Inst., at S'o' a.rufllhe summit, pi' the ridge. Natural .1 of their powers, to be exercised by the general In the box, and packed his clothes and part of for, any of my clothing, rroneyoroIUr
; rrtervoire, In .Ibi vicinity, will ,supplv ,I government, retained the whole exclusfve con his ditinjr all around him. After lacing ; be bus also forcibly detained Use:
clock for the taking! into the whilst n i iV trol, and tot which ulone him in the ofthe
purpose Ihe lock go at dividing point, they are responsible. grove, every one Japanese 'uuum, mouey and properly ot my ai.er.I. e.
consideration the recent nominations anticipated that filtration from Ihe ground will .Now let these doctrines be universally lIP- sprinkled three drops of fresh! water on him,I debts due lo mu when I wit. married bou*
: I IL keep replenished the trunK ol the summit lev doriitood and admitted and you take one great and then laid a hat on the top (lethe box. .VV, will not be paid to him. 1 fcava never besni'

: of the democratic convention held at ; el. step towards ratifying the consrienc: of filled up the grave, and' ,then laid i* pan nt rice that any body owed him a debt ; It they dolt
"- In this direction, a canal 'from the fork of honest: bu misjuideu, people in one section of and u spoon on the grave.which they carried hud better him i as bar
they immediately,
t f' Baltimore, and determining what Black ,creek to she mouth of the Santa Fe, the country, end quieting tho irritation, for wi'h them froia the "!lIp. They have hud n wilt 'want it-for I pay shalf muin tain trim ogee .Bo- .:

nction shall be had thereon and tor wouh" connect ihe St. John's jvitu the Suwan- which there hug been too much ceuso in the head board nuJcfor lma.il tin going Rshort* Ol the four.'wivea heliud before ,, t&n
nee; therefore, the Atlantic with the GultV:- other., 'flli""o have attempted to do.V to-day to put it over,him. We will sail: Irom lust ho quarreled' ; how! .thti'other tout

the transaction of any other, party Such a canal would be about 78 miles 'are- bound to go further, and frankly decluruto hero, in four or (five da vs. SIn came to their death uway, he can best ihlorra tiw'
in 'Ithgth, and the ascout and detcenl together, tt.l'Ie'! petitioners that so long an slavery the year 1636. Samuel Baldwin a gentleman c-1 caution uil I widow or maidens again
1' business which, may! be brought before .two hundred and: fourteen feet. shall continue in Virginia and Maryland\ it is I of Hampshire, England; died arid on opening pUlJl marrying him, be their desire for inalnmoajj ;

it. MANY: VOTERS. But the Suwannee being. much obstructed in vain for them to expect its abolition, here; his will i it was found that he had ordered ever so airruiJ Should' bu in.tko advances u.dt:1" >
at its'mouth and:having no harbor at its entrance that we uro forbidden' to legislate upon this hU body lo ho ihVowii into the sea,near which { for '
t u feigned name, limy lookout a
; St Augustine, Juno ,26th 1852 into the Gull, it will be expedient to subject, under existing circunvtanees. by obligations I I he ,lived. His n-ason for making this extraordinary little strutting lid kauve, feeble may,meagre,batch
I :continue the line ot canal from the Santa Fe hardly interior to the Constitution .itself I c1il'ilo.ml| ut his remains was that his cud ?
et-liiceil .leUoiv, wuu suindle >>shanks. .
.5. to (he harbor of, St. Mark. ,The whole.route, ; that Congress cannot abolish slavery in1 wit, who was much younger than himself,
The I little in iho back t
" Crops. from the fork of Black creek to St.;Mark, or this,District, against the woihesof the urn! not on very good terms with her husband warped 'l'tI.AIXFUL.1JuTCWJS. S

I'' We learn from iho interor that, the present .rathir Horn tide water in Black creek, tu tide tntlls.'without.a gross breach of inhabi-1 I frequently saM lo him that the would \Vil1d'ior,1Iay1! :!. 18u7. <
' appearance of the crops is very fluttering. water'in Murk's river, will be one hundred and an outrageous: infraction of piivAto dunce upon Im ,grave.TAUCAFFtPA .
\ Brad :and sixty-eight,mile long and the ascent and VVe perceive also from Ihe Wa , S We have enjoyed moderate ruin grow 'descent\ together, two. hundred and twenty- Unoin thai Gen. Pierce proposed the following Dunklrkll'teIY.11 man Ax Iniaii TCICK DETECTED.-- there i is any :' ,
lpg weather fur the Inst few weeks anti tour leet.With sentiment a Democratic festivti cel.'l rateil named Henry Tilea: a foreman in Ihe New pcul'lS.au the */rltl who C.iil travel citeup itu r

, r ahculd no unusual' occurrence. prevent, we presume a view. to an, uninterrupted! inland in New Hompsbue in March last in honor ol York aid Etif railroad machine shop, toe luaw cluiMol" hun emi, runlj. They

the crop ,will reach ,the most sanguine navigation; parallel to the cost, from the Chesapeake the result of the election*. in that S ale:' I charged u fellow: workman' named Isaac Smith, aiijrtu erOtic all the iuewdue and cuantiit -

TLe State baa sold some one' to the hettdqf 8!.JohuX river,jit will! be ..The'Comprornlse'mensurcs bf 1850 nn) iho with 'hiving improper in'ercuursu with his S ; lor which they am noted, upon rojlrusdeuuduciurs
expectations. necessary to CpeUailKp canal from the bur New f1- i re-democracy-- .ihe formferine '|I I wife, the latter xvve.iring toil, for tl.o Mike of and -amboui uleik ',nnd are,there-
S hundred dollars ,worth of'1 I land at the recent ,,bor of Si. Mary's tooSt. John." 'lalte'r'1mp have fix -d the seal upon of their 'enn !I extorting money fJO..' timith, An examination tore carefully wntch' d by those kinds ot'inouev j

salcawbich, indicates. a large imipraticn for From the foregoing it will be seen that afterA p hvtic approbation. No Nerth, no South no I was nail uiij Smith: was acquitted, butI lakers. Wo have a case III point : I

the eomminsr--- winter. These sales have prin- t o''enrllOveadgnlIon and:examination the East, no West under the Con I litution;' but a I I Urn mailer M weighed upon- his mini! that he A l' w days smet.while cmiuuctor 1'ettibo, .
r* cotninrcd suicilu on Mundu}'. The pop- of Cincinn-ti' Huimltun and Dayton rail ,
lIernnnda'nnd sacred maintenance ,
tiy'been made in Marion, of the common bond Bud
Board of Engineers pronounce a Ship Canal true devotion to the common brotherhood." ul see then iiec'unint ex'ied, attacked the road; was Collc'cting tare from fIe passengers (
lillsboro Counties. It ,would bo- but proper utterly impracticable. A Rail Road is the on- house of Tiles mid burned it down, taking on un upward trip, in Ihe.itccoud class' passenger
S that fc of the fund shonld be devoted feasible him prisoner. Thu wile confessed her per- car he \ dui rented
portion ly project-in, our opinion.- national Whig Convention. cam ::urruss,u luukiug I
of the navigation of the jury. Fears lynching were entertained. lemalc, with tin infunl tu heruruw.v
to the improvement BALT.MOEE, June 18, 9 P. M. nay I
which 'would create an increased Gen. Pierce' POll foil siic looki d dislrcjwtd, t'ur nu .ncr did Ue observe ,
Oclawaha : The Convention commenced ballotting this FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE KILLED-Andrew
value upon the unsold statu lands in that vi- The Millcdgeville Federal Union, to show erenitiK at H quarter pastjsevuii o'clock. Tho J. Secret and James Davidson, two desperadoes the conductor limn ..aU screwc"* her countenance. t

The chief drawback to the value of General Pierce's position on the Ahoiiiioiquestion following is the result ot the first six balloti recently escmied from the Arkansas penitentiary lulu u must pliable" shape.
cinity. gives the subjoined extract delivered "Your fare, inaduui, asked the conductor
i toys : and
Die good lands in the Interior is the distanceS by him,in the Senate of the United States in S 1st. 2d.. 3d.S 4th.. Cth. 6lh. threats destroy, : subsequently the lives and mndo property various of in bis usual courteous inunuer, for PcitibouoIreuts 1

from market but it,has been, well said that no i 38, on a resolution presented by Mr. Calhoun SCOTT, 13 3 133 133 134 130 131 Uie: residents ol Ijittlo Rock. The cilizm.s finally everybody with politeness" .5
: if : man is 10 far from market as he who has 'niiZ to probity*, the reception of Abolition FILLXOXI, 132 131 131 130 133 133 became so exatperated: that n numlxir "1 b-g yer pr.rthen Bur, replied the female,
the success of our petitions in favor abolishing slavery in the WEBSTE29 '29 29 29 30 29 : armed Ibeiwelve surrounded the ''but hure QIII.m a lonuerathur. one poor
crop to sell, From past District Columbia : 'Ihe CoDTentioa, adjourned at halt-put nine to shanty babe at the breast, sur, as ye can plainly see,
; trionds in,, ,the interior the cotton line, we "Retolvtd That the intermeddling" of .any nice o'clock t .anorrow morning. out where deliberately the two nn-n hot, lived them, down.and a. tnej. cuinu Mur, au' us iiuaI' tbul'. goin to Dayton, sur,

;; think the value and extent of the crop has well State or States, or their citizens abolish. shivery -. widoul a tarthin in toe pure, to try u. find

::5 paid its ran.portation.: In, point of productiveness !in this District, or ant ot the Territories, TheCrops. / A returned Californian is exhibiting at Peo- me busbanshure." "
value and quality we have no ,qucsttou on the ground, or ,under [he pretext, that it is The Athens Banner of ,he 17th inst. says: 'rio, Illinois' grizzly bear, of the Pacific coast "Poor eru'hur," loudly exclaimed a stalwart' .
I other immortal or sinful, or the' passage: ufan> ac\ -The wheat crop in this section of the count weighing upwards of 2,000 pounds. son of Erin who occupied the next seal, sod :
but ,that Florida surpasses any : cotton or measure of Congress witn thai view wouldbe try, now beintc harvested, is repn nted to be who seemingly fell,nn (Interest in the misfortunes

region. S A direct and dangerous attack on the 'institutions very line. As the weather is open and mild The 'Ji i covery twelve human bodies in ot hw countrywoman ; Mpoor crataur,
of nil the slareholding States.'* it will probably be all saved. The standing the chorucallaborntory of Dr. Davis of Cincinnati she K>n'.ilmuu (the conductor) wilt surely pity

: Ship Canal Across Florida. "Mr. Pierce, of New Hampshire, rose and crop ol'oau is unsually good, and will soon has created much excitement there. ye."
Mississippi said tho Senate had como at length to the be ready for tho I<:ylbn- The Indian corn Davis has been arrested.S Pettibone cast a glance the sympathizer,
:- S We observe that Senator Brooke of ground on which the contest was to be deter. looks green nnd flourishing, but the co'ion and another at iho"infani at the breast," and
has introduced resolution which has mined. The District.of Columbia was now rather sickly and backward frttn the preva The steamer Eufuuln.,going up the Suwannee his scrutinizing oye readily detected quite a '

i passed the Senate requesting the Executive to emphatically the battle-field of the Abolitionists lence of' cool weather." river, ran aground, and in attempting to resemblance in the countenances of the two.-< "-

I furnish all the information, in the possession ., and the resolution immediately under The Griffin Union of the snmo date snys:- get her: off, she broke in "two. It is said that His'mind was immediately made up as to the

the consideration, with, perhaps some modification From &>i sections of the State, n far a* wo much damage was done to the goods,on board. nature of the ca'xo.
the, Department relative to in phraseoloy, would\ present the true issue can learn, the prospect for A bountiful ciop is -Wakutta.Temet.* S I sympathise with you Madam, repltcd Pet .

a Ship Canal across, the Peninsula l of Flor here and lo the country-an issue which exceedinglylood. Wheat and oats are generally A box made of a piece ot the 'ship Alfred tibone, but really I cannot f.UIJ. you without
would rise, not a more question" expediency, very flattering. Corn is quite promis on which Paul Jones first hoisted tbu American fare. You mud pay. or ril b" uuder the

ida.This idea of a,Ship Canal was mooted elmoM but one of a much higher character, in:w!>ich ing, and should The seasons hold out a 'few' fIg, has been presented to Kossutb by "a painful necessity of putting you o6'&t the ned
transfer of Florid thu puVlic faith is directly involved. weeks longer, there will be more corn made in ludy ot Boston stopping place.
'1$ early as the I "That my position said i Mr. Pierce, ,may be Georgia than for ae yeurs past. At no time with Sbame. shame! cried tho interested Irish

An act of Congress was 'pissed in March distinctly understood, some explanation is,per*' in our recollection has there been such a call qnotiDIr' Scripture. man, to tbrate a poor crayttMr.y a woman so.

. 1826: authorising the President "to cause to be hap* duj:J to thu Stuto which i have" the honor, for an abundant crop, -as the present year. A worthy deacon in the town of F- -was remarkable Indade it is" replied'" the female, bursting
mad. an accurate survey of the country South in part, to represent, especially! as there it a There are hundreds farmers in this section for the facility with which he quoted 'into tears, for I'm only iwiaty days from the
'manifest disposition, in certain who have been compelled from ould count hry.wid no friends but me husband _
to necesity
the buy all
of St. Marys River and including same Scripture on occasions. The divine word
I prevent outvotes' and misrepresent: i motives. provisions, that never done such a thing before, was ,evejtnt his ton o"'cncJ, and all the tri and ne.Jaby and Patrick O'Flaonegsri, fr*
with a view to ascertain the most eligible route' ., S S and theco"n equebce has been a general cry vial, well policeman in Now York. As f bare never a.
as as important of fife
a Canal admitting the transit of boats to.uncct "1 have given to the resolutions all the con hard-times: all over, the country.' A heavy furnished occasion for quotingthe occurrences cinrj and me poor baD, will stuvesure."
the' Atlantic with the Gulf of Mexico Miderution which. am capable bestowing, crop now would materially alter and change of the Bible. What I. better, however language, the By tbb lime the cars bad arrived at Carthage,, .
S also with a view ascertain the practicability and have listened to the, debate which they the feeling ot the people. We sincerely hope exemplary man always made his quotations' and the conductor invited the female to step
tad have elicited with interest and profound:? atten. that the/anticipations! of the people may be the standard of action. One but day he was off the, cars. She at first entreated him most
r of a Ship Channel. realized in this respect. en aged in moving with his hired who piteously, not to shove her into tho cow4
The Execu ive of these surveys was intrus tion."if the grave objections suggested' on the was leading off ,ihe decon following man in, his wend," 'but finding she could not persuade .,'

S ted to Maj. P. ti. Perraull, of" the TopographU other side was sustained by an examination of .EuoBcElllar or THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW.- swathconning hi; apt quotations, when the him and that he was determined to do bit duty
the resolutions themselves of a course of sound Under the provisions of the act of Ihe,lasl Leg she turned a beseeching look to her country
'ass dted Copt. Seir1e, Huger man suddenly from his
cal Engineers by sprang place, leaving
: : argumentation, they would ensure my oppo islature, Nr. Lathrop on yesterday made claim the swath just in time to nest. man. He, more interested thai ever, cried to
I and others, and the report ot'tbeir survey was, ..siuon.Vbat are they? The til'til.tba' ,reach, before Justice Fry to a negro man brought by What is the matter escape a wasps the conductor: '
S made in 1828. S ed my ear was, that they contain latent nulli- him to ibis State in,1849,and who bad left him decon.' inquired, S Stop wi'd ye,top wi'd ye-.HI. lind-ihc. poor
I fication. I. huYo waited to hear the some time since. Upon a hearing and proof of the
This Report exhibits very fully the levels of particular Wasps! was the laconic reply, -" cratb..r. : raon:y.
resolution: sentence or phrase, pointed out, in the ownership of property,tbe negro was turned ,Pooh' said the decon, the, wicked flee The .conductor did stop received the woman' -
sections of :tho and the.
the various country which this heresy supposed to concealed. over to Mr. Lathrop, who has started him to when no man pursuetb, but the'righteous ars fare from the irishman, and then left
I advantages and disadvantages' of various pro and have. wailed in ,vain. Living then, assertion the Atlantic States. Every thine passed off as bold as a lion!' and taking the workman's them. Ac be was about leaving ibe car, bow-
on one side,. and what lo be with quiet and order-nothing like ,resistance he beard the
posed routes: appears swath, he moved but a step, when a swarm ever, Irishman whisper (moat too.
_k' One of these routes was from the St. Marys the plain reading of the resolutions and the I being made to the ,due execution of the law of,brisk insects settled about his ears, and loudly, u Irishmen generally doto the (a'gale. I
frame and unqualified: declaration of the moveron Sacramento (C4l.) Union. .
S he
to St. Marks estimated to be 183 miles. I .... was forced to retread with many a pain
the other, 1 must be ezcusedjfl do not take --- "Sit down
: ful sting, and in great discomfiture. Biddy darlin!-the'dommcd yaokee's -
The summit level ot this route was ascer. the alarm. The weather has been quite ool since Wednesday loo '
) ID'l,
-S 'Aba! shouted the other, with a chuckle, sharps tot both un m. Be b
,. tained to be 152 feet above'low: tide in lbe'Atl&lntic ;f We have next eloquent disquisitions upon last,and the winds at times high. Several 'ihe prudent 'man foreseeth the evil, and thsbroL"As .

thai tho wholq amount,of ascent and the liberty i of speech .and ihe freedom of the of the mornings of the past week were bidetb himself! but the simple pass on.and i the eonducter first soppceed, thy wcr*

descent would be 29 feet-..a difficulty in the press. To every .entlment'uttered npon these cold enough for fire, and the nights somewhat are punished.' mats tad wife and bad taken thia means to pt
subjects I yield my cordial but chilly. We bear from different sections of the rid of
; assent why The good decon bad found his equal in paying her fare.
of waters seems: to have been
supply: anticipated introduced on ,ibis.particular occasion, I have country that cotton is dying! and itis supposedthat makIng application of,sacred writings, and
on'tbfs route. : -S been at,alos: 19.uetermile.Vould any man if thin weather continues much longer thereafter was not known to quote Scripture The soul of a Christian doubly precious
The 2d route proposed:was from\ the fork of here abridge the-liberty of speech'or assail there,will be a great. do t ruction of that plant. i in-a mow iDc-fJeld. S being, besides Us'oaturnal excslleocy,'ennobled

Black. Creek. lb the mouth of the SaniaFfejhls tho freedom of the press! I take it not. Is The' heavy rains succeeded by cold weather I' A coquette, I. a rosebush from each bjr grace,and '.'wlc'.da eeededftomheaveuand &
done which
\ there any"thing in the resolution to sanction some damage. SanderniUt Georgian thtrefore it deserves'
f.. ..;would: ,' bc'.a, out1seventyeight, ,miles'in! the invasion. otvitherT Nut any liable", That tf &mlaf. S S' i young left (orthe'husban4.beau plucks a leaf and the' thorns' are'. than to bo.tur&ed into a scullion jbeitepafa ervett8I
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1H.t 1 :.l 'bten j a qucttfon mtu us. saw f.mud.t and polite< in speech that alto will not t \\. pltctl I.'r' Itlvolt.ll.al. rl,>rtvrch. aflrt' -lair I I I jj Y errors ul lira, I lawII, rated. III ,11. ,bIAw .. tA:11ki': Iyl

,w "'-.- f, wether the man ot J 4 Iwjfay gymnssllce: she, iays ]nmc i Navlice. fCharlrs I wilt, a 111"1 iii. Ihl' J"la" i pu f I l'I'\1b. 01'Ht'luhn d, .llIaUu". \.1.\ li" I" Ih. (;aur1, III1fH1'I ItfHHIJIIJII$ t :

*1 wttW. ng&itng& i 5 Ibs. or the map of 5 t Ih. "htr f faith1'ttrts ttf A.lal\lll\I.I.It'.{ 41" thlEptittltaurliv ,,door II Ilrlluuville tttll. ,* Bret M'md.t ofolr" Nrtf, rrrrj nll'f.A", tor r>.rjH4C z '

feet 114> ,i ci t*.weighing 145 Ibs. is the more {.. Bannister being alight one; tine in (Nitular a tttltWr Utr'wf IIIhI| | County: des 'the following' drMribripfl, 1"411. fir ,An,, II' ', arneH tfinvtwIV : .

MnktofC eriaien of beaut?. Almost etrry I a sbutrernfraio.' went for shriller into a cornh. \\h".1. thereof| *' will! >'rlU uzrr due 1*'"4I" t/rrMlrtr/ ', I4EW rna -ate,, y WAIt ", '1

,n',tin i ftola'iag' the tell., trim stately Lorn I maker*shop, vera an old own WR at wufjc.I .!.I MAUIUCKaANCIIKa.'of' : .'10,''!, and County of Orhi; in win MJ r AMilHlI1.t4 YIHIi, fy rM, 'UI,+ J i ..

tarty rnrk'r,experience; a feeling elf pleas -1 am torry," Mid Bapnfeter |to hiuvMhH, ?i. lugt tineJunr,26th INW: N ine Tenths, of 41,1100 .C'iu of |land Ktsntrd 'to 1,. UttfJsAetref, J/fffn.f is rtwt J6fMrgrxrruArrsl ,

ure.HJagfafldt Mir and pi-culi r.
: to the less Mutely' tend unpretending paiR.Piu J have no pain!', cxclimtfit Uu' 1'0 LILT.dtxrll d."Lr"d. lazed Pinto thajrrar 18li lei ud Indu nrths 14'11' '' Mlsfa(lyrrrAtOlMf rsJ Uitr tel flew Yenft rat,! fJtriNi j

life wit. with its thick 1t'meump'd eta, wide-,<.:n"I. "Vesi, run must ,bate; aru you u.t rut ng llou,c and Kltrhrn on a lot containing ling til) 1.10 :
A Uiilrw taxes anti I'J" foul |tarn flat'f 'htctaRing kj s .} iptMUlinjj} brnncncthii fcolinir niculnrljr tinJf root Icc'ht two acres of ground', will be leased lor the term I i uptnlM" rrnl.I.brf.r| Jar of I Jed' rod .
be weary1 the desire fur refershaobtaad = ot twelve rear's l'hq. premises are situated on the u *' J. BlllfdUiV. Hl.-riir mtil J"'Jf'IfJI'
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it -
roe prompt the ,
drcfartds' hi lni l fit
i OB.TI1"'nT. west side of the river Ot. Sebastian, and known aa Ja n. 3d, 1859! /\al Cullrctur, o rs. Cvuipany < < pr.ttdtrfLt
rest landscape both add to the ry-two all :tlr. 31
Mr lianhams ---- prr Ita exUtinj f'OUdn >-' the .IeWMlD4.", '."Q i Piw.-In thin city on Sunday the 20ih loaf tt, place, adjoining lot or 'Col Humph Jsonary, Iftlfl. t .

t5MW; s tuth ": .1. s,0.r r NICOLAS son of tbr late Joseplt'C.'Siaclies, rey, h.. a very desirable situation f'.r keeping IAn OrJinancs to explain certain part of an OrUtnance All ho lrofil aro divided ttmonB

er h; .'aSnltaddderffancp': )'I,aged alas years,and. eight tnonibs., milch covra-and poultry,and good land for a ganen prohibiting Hone and Cattle from 1I'o. lira lit*tired. ,
r t ; For turn apply at this office. I
to a ra man, and addresses; \o u. ,the follow r_ __ June 19, IB5J. ing ot large within the City of Ht. A'iguitine. The premiums payable in cash annually senu 1

I PROBATE OFFICE, St, John Conniy, .. Be it Ordained by the May and Alderman of annually, or quarterly interest being added oa the ,
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c''f VV H T"+ A\ JGD, 25 I 82. S -STATE- thIt City t **. Avgtttiae, That the Ordinance deferred payments.
u ...K .m>:-M retIng; X9ur jrjend: of the JIAQISTRATE ELECTION. OF FLOKIDA.CIKCUIT COURT, J prohibiting horses and cattle from loi.ga' Urge I The cash principle adopted by this Company secures

Horse Mansions few tin 1' since I was fore i KLECTION is hereby ordered for two"Jus EASTERN CIRCUIOT.. $1'. JOHNS, within the city of St. Augustine, be so construed, ss to the parties for whose! benefit the i inarnces '

lly reminded ot Htnry GUea',1cclure, deliver AN of the Pfrice"; to fill vaeaneiea COUNTV. to subject surh hones and Cattle on.y within here are effected, the whole of the advantages, without

cd a few years since ro the city, upon Falstaff in Magbtnte Dutrict No. 1 of St. John CoUIUJ.Id cxUtiog- 'Penelope M. R. Sumner. Compt. after described boundary to a fine, that are found at subjecting them to the heavy drawback' of accumulated -

in which he so humorously. descr ibex a Fat Election will: be held at the u u.l place of hol. .If 11x CBAlfCUT, large within the'Ciiy. Tin: Within the City Gales premium notes.
USD: lie wt3 I.*::- ding! County Election, In $t' Augustine, on Sun Morton Cornish Sumnrr.' Deft. 5 DiU for Divorce South, and the lot ot the U.S. 8t. Franc Barraeks Persons may effect insurance on their own Hvea

"A fat man is almost synonymous with a fit11 day the Oth of July. The poll to be opened at 9 A.r- appearing,, to the satisfaction of the Court NOl'.h. "od within any part of the liter oa ,the Cast and the lives of olhen. A married woman, can ia* -
friend. Tbnreissumeihfn' | cordial In a fat* If. and CW-It., '5 P.H.Igntcio by affldivit filed In this side to any pan of the Western shore of ,.Maria care the life other husband,the benefits of which aresecured
use, that Morton Cornish
Sanchez by law Tor the exclusive of hersetf chil
like him and he likes Inspector. Lopez, John C. C ttomner the Creek of said City. nee or
man. Every body every DOTB, Frrd I Defendant above named,ff'IIdetbe- '' dre n. *
body. ... dues rut jj&fta'.sjo( d; it dings t toMmltVu'rtIttouJK :. C. i.uu.f>fareys. .e*, 'N' yond the Limits of the State of Florida,'so ihti the 'Passed ia Council May 17,1 t+52. '.
>a hunT 'Ha'swells nobly G. IIUMPHRElWJadg 01! Probate. ordinary.process of Law cannot be served! upon him. EMANUEL J. Ds MEDICE5, Clergymen and all others dependent neon salaries

out, and fills ngeherou'*paro In life. He is a St. Aagu.tineJntte26tbI859, : Therefore, on Motion of McQueen McIntosh, Esq. ,' Mayor,Pro Tem. are specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource -
,. Solicitor for the Complainant it ia ordered Attest whereby their surviving familes may be secured ,
; walking minister f gratitude to jthe that no
Tax Collector Sate HAOSX, Clerk of the Council. rom the evils of
lice of the pendency of this penury. j :
bounty uf the earth and tlio fullness there f; ( I given to the said
nn a incarnate testimony lInIll5.rbe vsnijieji 9tJil.f'l" BY vtrtoe' of the power.vuted in me by law I shall Defendant, liorton Cornish; Sumner, by publication JVoilce Life Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual
for tale in Innrance,and illustrating Its advantages, with
before "The Ancient
xpole the Court"HoiMe In City" a Public
the Newspaper published
radinut mttntletuiion of ilie wisdom of herebygiven to all creditors and alt
ei\1 of 1St. parlies con- forma ofappliration.may be obtained at the office ot
Anpiliie the Ut Afonday of January. hi the City of St. Augustine, in the County and I I
good humor. corned or any way interested in the. Estate of the Company,35 Wall st.. or of of its .
1853, the following described Circuit aforesaid,for the of three any agents
property, or so much space months requiring Joseph W. Miles late of Putnam
"A fat man therefore ,almost, in virtue!! o( thereofaa pay the State and county,taxes and the him the said Defendant to appear and answer the county, deceased I TRUSTEES i
that expiratien: of six months
on from the Jos
bffng' e lat mnn.lsjKr: sat atp <|iularm n-.and, Brommonly ectfBU) expenses due thereon. the said Bill, or the same and the matters and things hereof. I shall apply the Court of B Collins, David C ColJrn.Alfred \
ro for the Win J
truth to say he srrvesbi g IMP u- 6 0ft acres third rate land, assessed 'to Francis therein alleged will be taken aa Confessed. of Putnam aforesaid for Hyslop, Edwards, \

'Inrity. In It cruwclfd vehicle, the littlest moii J. ATieebeisg the Buena Vitts'uae?, ''and |lying in And it ia further ordered. that s hearing be had i in county accounts with said Estate, and a final settlement ofmy I R Ered II MtCnrr-y. Win Bettf.i i
a discharge'aa Administrator
be sections 48 and 49! 1I01Itb t.this Case, at the next June Term Winston, Joseph ..
will cvrr ,ilie first tomake ruom. Indeedhe township range 27 cc.e of Paid Court, to thereof C W .
MI.nl.iiulf iu>rrv lor his size lest it bo in ditray DoobU.taxed and adreniwd fi>r DOD payment of taxesfor be holdeo in and for & Jchns County aforesaid, ai BENJAMIN CHAPb1ANAJmr. John Faber, Isaac U Peanun' ,

others; but others would nut be Ie l w | 1847, '48,'49.! 50, and '51. Also sassed the Court House, in the said City of dt.: Augustine' play 22d, 1852. Theo P Yelverton. Henry Wells> / r
<.1 Additional List" f Given undermyhaad ) Sedgwick, Win iMoore ,
or 1859. at Chambers, this 4th day "
usually "
lion bojs IhrhUhumaoIty commonVurate -
Unless uxt* and expenses are paid before day of of February, A. D. 1852.'THOMAS I" Notice. Stacy; B Collins, Zebedee Cock,
with his bulk. A fat has abun-
man John H
::Swift J"D/ : !
ale. wtebsaater Miller
It .
jg I will apply to the
Judge &c. judge
dune i,f'rich Juices, The hinges,of his : : \ John
: systemre { $, B. CAN .VA,.Sheriff.,and x-of cio., A true copy from the original order. of Probate of Putnam County for letters of Admmbtration IVadswortb David A Comstock,
sell'oil.,... The of his being S M Cornell
* springs erotsetev Robert
TUL P. B. DUMAS on the Estate
Aascssor and Collector- j. c. Clerk c. c. ST.. JOHWJ co. of Feribee Thigpen; late
>"> >-find so he. .goes on his way'rejuicing,; Jane t6.1S L Feb.28th. of Putnam County deceased. ; GouvMWillcins James Chambers! ,

.\aa full cuntcn'.mt'nt .placidity\ 1852FOR LUKE JOIIl"\S; '" Joha V L Prays Joseph Tuckerman.
-- -- '
.A rat mAn Kt-li his pcwiiton: solid In the Tar Collector Sate.tKPY SALE. Pilatka, 15th May 1852- i. Fred \\\\"hittJe y Moses II Grinnell.
world. !Jet knows that his is virtue( the ; 9ft AT K. COULTER&COS Charles Ely Wm J Backer '
being cognizable.He : power rested in ire by law I : R 5 ( : : 1
lctn>ws 'heisln no danger of being' over: -IL shall expose' for sale before the Court House hibe .I [ STORE, by the Subeeri her, aTICE.-all persons having claims against'the John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh,

luukrd. The fat man ban only to appear and ,\ city or 8t Augustine on,, the first Monday\ of : and now landing from the sehr.r Estate .>f Antonia \iMedecis late of St. Walter Joy, Francis Lathrop ; '
:Jsouary. 1853. .the f>How BK ;'Mary Isabella, from Bahimo ",- Johns County deceased, either creditors heir legatees Alfred Pell. J O Thatcher. ,
tbe thin map i. isnbsoIutelv.K in ,Ihe arnJ.lhtCIKdtfff'oftbe ; ) I I' .800 as i
dt'eeribe41ropeny babe! of Baltimore White I
so much thereof Com JOSEPH B. COLLINS
111\'lnln" shadowr. The fatmsn as will pay for : 1,700 bushels White Oats or.otherwise are hereby notified lo present he j President.. ,
:taxes and necessary expenses due thoreori. same, within the time law ISAAC ABB ATT, Secretary. .
baa only to speak, and ho drowns the 50 bales of by or they will 1 .
One 'TUWD LOUD be for JOSETH BLCST, Counsellor.O. I
the tit1 of SL ever
tn-ble qutnk of baa lleshless' brother In tdoldba air sitaetedon.Marine Augusttne owR. 30 bbs! Howard at. Floor,' barred.EMANUEL R. FAIMIMKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. i I
kwWIlS street. J. De :MEDCCIS. ,
!Itil! ball the lull adjoining 20
ill I' tttll.of an orgso lot kegs superior Butter, Feb16th.
Swiuney, and JUAN S.
leading PACETTY. 4 4t
tHerrfrotn tit JJJOO
ovi-rjioHers tile wbUtleofa penny Ira n k lysouth to slot of Francis n t7 15 No. 1 Lard, St.
Augustine 8th '
P. 185 2. 8wka
Sanchex May
returned I
j ttTlrf? fat man has only to move, and it is Peter&Det. Double taxed and adrertised Porno ti 5 bole Applet, J 1f Jmn m. !t

Lithe tread of an elephant beside the.skip ofs payment of taxes for 20 boxes assorted Crackers I
years 1849 ,
'fio.and -fil. Also AUGUSTINE
I 4-bbls.Pilot Bread,. $25 REWARD. F.
gtswhoppcr.; Jt really does a great of assessed for 852 aper"additloDal J tut /
10 Mercer Potatoes: ..)
nn ng io make cue actually bate a fat man! Inlrsataxes an-t expends are paid before day of. 5 kegs Butter Crackers : WILL; be paid fir the apprehension and cocci a' THIS 1.8TAHLISHMENTming bay '
-A tat tiara is the nearest to that most perfect sale, "'- \ of the person who entered the premises I undergone '
boxes Thorough Utili
10 Rsirini Repairs
ol tnftthematieal "A Cut B..CAIOVAsheriand ,. of Mrs. Dr. Anderson
figui**-a ftphere. man ex off. 2 bbls Onions, on Sunday night kit and season, is now ready for '
h a brinr of harmoaious rolurnn, and holds Tux Aweasor and Collector s. 3. c 70 Ibs Candies. killed, or eaticed away the watch DOG < reception, ot Comp+ia FAMILIES AN DTRANSIZN1'
telstitins to the maternai universe in every a : St. Augustine, June 12ih 1852. !
''as Collectors; dale.. 1 case' Clocks,assorted, ; BOARDERS can have spacious! 1 I
lirtciiun. A thin' has but 1
man mdhmg lengththin
GO bags of Wheat Bran < '
a mm, in fuct is but the continuation of Bf Tirtue of the power rested in me by Uw I 1 case Pickles, assorted, Charleston and Florida Line. I Apartments.
fcr ale
," POUlT. expose before the Bonn House Rooms, Airy. Clean, and Neatness
m the 2 dozen jan Preserves, ". .
city of St.
Augustine Itself,
on the first .Monday of htrnishedhandsomely.- 1
Jan 1853, the following described 4 +' > Lemon Syrup, SPLENDID NEW PACKET STEAMER. Nothing Wauling.

The'8audy Fri..late.l the Sqa&t much theiWa will pay the State and pipptrty County' or taxea so- At wholesale and retail- FLORIDA The house is well known asfceinjr re enlly
tcr. sod the A share of puplie patronage is. respectfully
necessajy expenses due thereon. so L. H.. Built, Expressly .with a. view to the nccom-
licited JAMES
IT SJ t. C.bout GOO third HAM. odation of Incalidi and albeit
acres rate land allL"es \ thirteen years ago, when the now Sebastian Eapinosa, above the lid of North River, -1'1JI IS. NOW running regular- built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Fold

If'Uug (lutir hing city of Hunnibul, on Ihe Mia.pDi lying partly in section 42, township 3, 8. R. ADAMS&CO'SA ly on the Line betty i' ing. Doors &c., which renders it Free from 1

?.. River was but It moods ,yardwi urimimlfd range 29 east,and section 39, township 4 south, ,is aqeay Charleston, Savannah, and D ampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows. ,
by a few hum, belonging to Kumnhnr- 29 east. pooble'taxed and advertised for non p the SL John's River. through, opening on Piuzzu Promenade Two

eI t> Vqtialters,* and such a thing as steambo.itwni mint of taxes for 1850and 1851. Ale? aued for The following schedule has been adopted, which Hundred Feet. Protection from Rainy, CoM "
1852 shows the
hours of amnia and
at "additional
> conaidcred qui.e a sI&bt,. the following in i Unless per A various departures from the Winds.ctc., forming n desirable K&TREA'1' from
taxes and pons :
expenses are paid before day of J confinement all
tidcut t.ecurred : Leaves Charleston at seasons of the yenr.- l
j every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, x.
A tttll brawny woodnmnn stood l leaning 'Ile.'R. B CANOVA Shrriffnnd; cx-nff.; YORK i Leaves Savannah every Wednesday, at 4 M 1'.1 l The House and is situated facing Soath in central I'

nrtiitM a ire* which stood upon Ihe bank of Tnx Assessor and Collector 1 Leaves Jacksonville every Thursday, at 10 A.x. position retired from other Dwellings. :
s. J. c. MiDI The House contains 45 '
the rim, guzing at st-me approaching obj ct June .26. 1852.Tax. EW Leaves Picolata every Thurcday, at 2 r.'. Parlours Rooms. with additional

-bll'.. t ur readers cpuIJ, testy huvu discover ORLEAr4 lETCJUUKO, Dining, Setting Kpoms.and con
EXPRESS.OFFICES veniences in For '
general Accommodation
Id tit,be% Kli'-ambont. ; C Zkctor'* &k. Leaves Pilatka can
every Friday, at 7 o clock >. .. not be surpassed.
About half an hour elnpsrd.and the Mttumoorrd alt Yjr'rtne of the power Tested. in me bylaw I : Leaves Picobta. 10 1 The well earned Reputation this House

,and the hands busily ingiigediintaking shall expose (feral before the Court House Leives Jacksonville every Friday, at 3" .
in 16, 18 & 19 Wall st. New-York. 1' x has from Year to Year acquired will be tit*
on wood. tb.dl* of tit. AGptlnf'io) l the first Monday of Leaves Savannah Saturday, at 9 M A'_.
:3 1'tMnin Mrs. DA VIi aim
st., Hartford Ct. t Proprietress, to sustain, and '
January, the
Now amoQCj, the many passengers on'thisbest following described property, or The FLOWDA has been built under the .
.much thereof 51 State .1., New Haven,Ct. special ro.peiintenuenceofCi for the liberal Patronage heretofore abu returns -
so will
both and u the
t. male female was a titate and
spruce pay county 16- UahimCJre_t., Baltimore. |>t. Coulter. and her\epeed and her thanks.
) Pennsylvania Av. by The Table will be with choicer
>> supplied
-19 Washington.
acres third rate land
vela wetacd: bent on an impressioni on Mantanzaa rfw boat placed the ;
making as- any ever on St. John's. Freight ?
neared 7 Fourteenth St. Richmond Game Oysters, Turtle, Fish Ducks Venison.j
the ladies board to Cbett..Iinr;partly in section 50. and low '
|to hearts of the )'OUI14' on township passage as as by any other line. Any fu
6 Washington st. Bo r- Turkeys and Shell Fi.b. which at this time (
ibdto do this, ho thought he must performMIB south, range 30 east, and partly in section 48, trn.T2 her information can be obtained by applying to eith-
heroic deed. Observing our township 9 oath, range 30 east Double taxed andadvrnizcd Cump s:., New. Orleans. let of the undersigned Agents. our Rivers and Forests abound. Two, or '

friend.ho this be fine squatter, .i for nOD payment of taxes for yon 1 848, J W. CALDWELL Charleston. more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this
imagined to a
o..purlu. Tax C l1tclor' Sale.By
49,'lIOand 1851. Also for House.
assessed 18S, a. per E.: W. BUKER, Savannah.BELLECHASSEE ,
t'ltr tu bring bims-H into notice; so, st-jpptnj dditional WI"'for 1652 virtue of the .
iiiio the a power vested in me bylaw I &. FINEGAN.iy Horses Carriages, Ponies Guns, F bing'
cabin be raid : Unless taxes and expe'nses are paid before day of expose for ale before the Court B ouse Jacksonville. Tackle?,Boats fur Excursiondec. i \

''L&dtc, il you wish to enjoy a Road Iau gb', sale. door vfellonville on the first Monday of July next R R. REID Pilatka. Very Respectfully,

ncp out on the gunrds. 1 mi nd to frighten R. D. CANOShtri and ex officio, the following described tracts of land or so much April 10, 1852. PROPRIETRESS.N. ) .' j .

I 's.nllemAn tutu tiU who stands ou 't he. Tax Assessor and CoUecors.l.. cTax' tkeaeot as will pay the'tuel due thereon the State. :
k" JaDe 26,185.1.rid of Florida and County of Orange from the year 1845, FORWARD & B.-It is the wish of ho Proprietress ;I

The, ladies complied with the request; a to and including 1851 to. wit: TOWLE, that the Servants attached '

Mir daftly drew twin his buum a tormrda ble Collector Sale. Robert 100 acres belonging to or supposed to belong to ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND $ the house should be civil, atten ,

Hiking bowio-knife and thrust it into his belt, BY virtue of the power Tested in me by law Shepherd and Jose Sanchez being in section IN CHANCERY.I OL.ICITOfi ve, and obliging. '
laO .m.
17, 34 '
township the '
tbrot all expose for ale before the Court Houaein ra nge place known aa Dnbardy's -
taking large horse fatulsia each hand
Usetmed cutiftied that nil f was ThusKHfysd the city ot des Augustine on' th first Monday of Cana! \ fU Jmm, CAR Uc( EL AND OSGOOD'3
1853 the taxes and expenses are paid before the .
January following described I rLUBtDA DREDGING XIACHINE. ,
bestrode on shore! with en air which property or of sale. t '
ttnaed to "The 110 much thereofaa will pay the Bute: sod county for VVM1. A. FORWARD. | SIMON TOWLE. underssigned hare been appointed armta'I' I
hopes |
.- taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon AIw>>, saD 10 acres assessed to Clarke and At Late of St Augustine, East. Florida. owners of his invention and would recommend
the woodsman
_'LfT 11 mM.' rching up to he.> ., 3699 acres third rate land, aseesd to Santos kinson,being in section 37, township 13, range 29south it to Contractor, Companies, or Individuals.,

'f Rocrigneabeiag near Dun's Lake, and lying in sec- and east at Haw Creek. W.A. FortysrdAuble ant FROM JACKSONVILLE, who lie about doing work of the following description ,

, ... ouDd you at last hi.v* It You are the very lion 45,township 12 south, range 23 east. Do Also, 600 acres in Township 18, South range' For Enterprise and Melloiiville- ,rix:

"nrebeefc locking lor thus three! weeks taxed and advertised for not payment of taxes fur 35, e..I,al8C88ed to the heirs of Caroline Dint Extensive drainage of Swamps,31aI'lhu. and 'u-

tIy lour prayers!" he continued present inn, the year 1851.' Also assessed for 1852 M Hardy lOath of New S aymL LEAVES OX ys.THE gar Plantations.Boilding !I

hta I>feftrou'n.stwkOs.; ,capitalbarn door lion a{ Ltrt. rerHAdda. AIM 500 acres assessed to the said hein of Caroline Levees around Plantation or Towns. :
, tad l.sfeall Mil the keyhole myself U&Jess'tazea. McHardy Steamer SARAH SPALDING having Opening Channel way and removing Ban at the c
g ;a expenses are paid before day 01 being in sections 49 and 60. and fitted will her
The "* ; ,, .. ., + newly tip, resume regular month or Rivera and Harbors. .
Sfusitef. calmly sut relied I amometrt .1e.-- : ;' part in Townsh t 1C!, range 34 and part in town- the above :

slid 'ben,ck twifig back a step be planted his &. ..B. CANOVA.Sberta"x'offido chip Id, and range 35 south of New. Smyrna. I tripe nst.,for lord log at all places the on intermediate Wednesday landings, the ,14th.nd Making Canals through Swamps, marshy or sandy. ;

.e tint directly between the,eyes.of bw aswea Tu As.edeor end C olleetor../. e. Unless taxes and expenses are. paid before the will continue punctually to leave every Wednesday' grcnnd. I 1 i
Jaa day of rale. Deepening water around Whtnrrs and piers
antagonist, who, -in a moment was 1852. -
at with
morning o'clock, connecting U. S. .
lei Keeping n channel through Lakes and flivvers -- \
I wring in the turbid waters ot the MUiis- Tax Collector' Sale. Also SO()() acres assessed to Philip R. Yonnge ly Mail st lamers to and from Savannah. For freight> ; removing Rafts or way sunken Logs, tearing up ,

fag in sections 37 and 38 township 21 south range engagement or patsage. apply on board or to Roots of Trees,etc. .
_eery pier oq the boat bad by this BY virtue of the power retted in me' by taw I 30, and township 21 south range 31, east, being.on FERN AN DEZ, BISBEE &. Co., Agtn ta. Te persons desirous improving waste Land-br V i

-llesnM on the guards, and the aboutup shall expose' for sale before UVCoart Uoase iala Lake Jesaup. Forward,Asrent.Dnless Jan. 10. 185:1. drainage this maehin can be be recommended orbs ,
.wss from the crowd restored the city eC St. Augustine on the fiat Monday taxes and are laid before I
speedily expenses the only one adapted to all the

, .*3fcfck o Ciowards: the boat, 'wa s' thus to much thereof will pay the State anJ Also, leGO acres oflaad in section 37, township i- >> Tracts of Land for Sale. drains it, will be found of immense value, an it will '

. .tJ't1t conqueror ". ; taxes and the necessary expenses doe thereon. 17'aDd 18, range SO, assessed to David 8.. subscriber as Agent of the several o, deepen the Canal, radar the same lime form ao embankment I:

a. ,lL yeo; Mitt time yeott come around 160 acres third rate land assessed to C. and G. Danbsmbeiag on Lake- Berrisford, St. Johns BJver. THE for sale some of the nine valuable !roads or levee. i

J WT-betea,don't forget old Clark. being the one half of one tines. the whole< in East Florida to wit: This machine b used with either horse or steam '
a a tft- .
jrer c9 tract was orginatly granted to C. and O, tie; Unless tun and expenses are paid before the 800 acres valuable hammock land, West of FlenvIngtoa. power which can be Increased to any extert. ,

,'i+I kr atataimonsl voted the knU' and the other halfJa returned by Mr. Jacob Mkkler south day of sale. .known as the Gibbs Lands in Marion Co., They are now in successful operation in all parts of 1.1he

l to the victor.4.i4i : y cf .od bounding oa, Moses creek! being in .section4G Also GOO acres of land,lying in 8eetJoa&O.lown- 1100 acres near the.Abchna Savanna, known u : county,and may be seen at Charleston,South C.ir-. \

to.nship soath. range 30 east. Doable taxed ship 17 south range, 33 east,assessed to) the ena'e the Garey Grant. olinia; Nan Yard, Pensoeola; and on the Canal hetween -

; and advertised for non payment of taxes ,for)rears of Llndwy.Tod near.New Smyrna Forwards 400 acres in San Felasco Hammock near NewnansriUe Galveston and San Louis. '

,A ro OIl th.planateaho'U 4 4of 184','at.and'51. Also assessed for 1853, ss per Unless taxes and expense are paid 'before gent the : known as the Lawton Lands. By application to J,S. 8ECOR, Esq., our Agen- I

..... WIt. IVppoled.toJMs a" additional list. day of ale.Also Several thousand acres good and. in the, Arre- at Mobile for the State of Alabama and Florida a 4
All, drawing of the machine can be seen, with t.
two bad be-- Grant. inforastku '
y1lvelt'lsg :
GOO to John .
acres aebl
.a kbleiogstBtia ot .log 160 acres land being one.half oft 300 acre tractbriginally part oft tract of 2060 sera granted to Briggs lOn being and 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Augustine u to the cost,etc, .

Y wbett It mist t3oc uod that he granted to C and(}.CUrke,the other 150 .obinson being in section 38,township 151 32 u the Balow Plantation having 800 July! Utb 1851 f

... ...... n.would fat hit clothl,blaDe kcres b returned by C. tiler all of which situated and township 15, range 33, 8 and E on range Hallifiuc acres of open bndsaitabb for cane and cotton GILBER.T&.SEcOaNew: YorkSCbr.

Isis: := PUOll 01 cloth...w ld pn Msatanxas dyer, being section 37. township> 9 River. And several other bodice of hammock bad on

wbt IIRcf clothes to eat. Larp sooth, range 30 east Doable taxed and advertisedfor Vales Taxes and expenses are paid before the day navigable waters. FLORIDA 7 days from New pork 90 :
et s e otadstv etc'wert' U pa)1Deatof&az..fotJUl'lIs.9.'b0,and 51. of ssk.Abo.. The titles are andonbted and terms low-A Hay b0 bbh, Flour' & bhd Sugar ; '

or ..d ....ra rhea h8 hu been teo-[ i Abo assessed for 1859.ss per additional list. SO acres used to Cornelias Monroe on : to Feb28,1852 GEO.St.R.Angnrtin FAIRBANKS*,Florid'. 15 bbls. CrackersfiO. sacks Salt:, and 134 pock- !

::!tatlrlstho hi bteom quite dl'Ollliiela' sale.U n less taxes and expenses are paid before day of Weklfa Creek, bonded oa the sjonth by George beR. ITE gin to B. E. Carr, 10 boxes G. Burl, Sundry -

15"DOntaIDQ (Obi aJDI'&o Falrba '.lands. Unleat taxes and expenses are Scbr. Florida now discharging: But packages to Burlingatno & Huwk, and other. : 1
w DOW to left bit .:! i. .RB. CANO A. Sheriff ex officio, .. paid before the day of sale. j i Lard,CrnCken.Pork Hams,Bacon ab r :
'leave t '
r Gaaette.n : Tax Assessor and Collector.,t. j.c. J. SIMPSON. Sheriff and Tax Colleetor.o.c den, with a full assortment of articles usualy TXA COLLECTORS BLANK DEEDS, tot !

Jane 26, 1E'.52..' jan 3d, 1852. I i I II II kepi\ at the lowest prices by B. E CAB R. ottbri; Office. "

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I ItnttIticftDircctory.Mwttliu For the county( Marion i on ,the first Monday in j )

., i: //1th4<[ On< tit.'George:; Street, north of .December. < *' If 900,000. : "::1 t'BY virtue of the power vented in mebyw| I B "irlae or thepowesvese r m 1 1DIe! '., b.

M _. ti! Public riquare and one.tldor' north of the Meihoa For the counties of Alachua and Levy, on the second THIS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE expose for tale before the Court s ouse 'I hall expoa for sale II fosthe Court It_

I ', Church. f 'I Monday in December. S conn PAN r 5 door at lellooville on the first ?Monday of-July next,, at BieHonviSle on tbe fim Monday ? lalj next tM

- J.- Florida House. Ou Treasury Lane, North of Forth county of Columbia, on the third Monday YORK-NO.35 WALL St., the frlWmg! described tracts of land or so much, following 6Vscribed tracts of laid or IIG Ihh t
the Public Square. in December. 5 OF NEW tLeaeot will pay the taxes due thereon the State of as will pay the taxes dae there*. Fond Noy.1st, 1849, $900- .
, City Hotel. On, Charlotte and Bay Street, a:few The U.S. District Court, at St. Augustine on th.. i ETyAccJtnuIated l' 000 invested in Bonds and Mortgageson Florida and Con&ty Orange from the"'year 1645, Florida and County of Orange fortkeyrars

-. doors couth East, of the Public Square. ; .first Monday in ApriL real estate,securely in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks to and including ItiSl to wit: I r to wit: S3OlaersoaiheWestMe 185.1).
riditlrr Hotel. On Charlotte Street and Treasury : T.tIE TB&VELLEB'8Gl1IDE. of New York and United 100 acres belonging to or supposed 'to belong to and 815
nfthe and IetPt
I 4 Law. north of the Public Square! annexed to,the .!-- States State Government.City Robert Shepherd and Jose ,SancHex being iq section the- east side of Hallifax Riyerawe,*.J to p,:

! Florida Home. ROUTES FROM CHARLESTON' widely extend 60, township 17,range 34,-the place. known as Dubardy's Miranda, bring in section 39 sad 40,
This fund ia rapidlyincmixg by a I
\ BOARDING HOUSES. -, Cana!. 1 range 29 sooth and east.AttT It

Mitt\ P itiO. On St. Georgo :Street, a .few doors From. Charleston to Newlork. Leaving daily at ded The and Company prosperous declared business.dividend ol profits of fif tajtes and expenses are{paid SUnless bef'orethe day J.fU3IPSON:. Sheriffand TuC IOf..o.

;" South of the Court Ilorie and Public Square. 31-2 o'clock r. x, By Steamer to Wilmington 180 all existing policies oa the 31st of sale. I _laa3.189 c
'- ty-two per cent on
- O.. ,V. Pap* Oa Bay, street, corner of Bay and miles.-By Railroad to Weldon iG:2 miles_To Petersburg of 1848.
I I Garden Lane. >: 63.-To Richmond 22.- -'ro Acquia Creek All January the Profits divided among Also 30 1O acres aasesse-i to Clarke and At- I' UNION OFFH1bADKig5,

I DOCTORS, 7U.-By Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railroad to the lusnrcd.are kinsori,being in It'Ctioa37,: township 13, range 2? Incorporated Leabfeu. _'i
f: I Doct. F. IVeedon. Office at. hi&Dwellrng House Baltimore 40.-To Philadelphia 92.-To N..w-York The payable in cash annually,sem-S south and earLat Haw Creek. W1,.A. ForwardAf S Pennsylvania.. _

I on Bridge Street. 87. Total distance 771 miles.Time 60 hours. Fare premiums added on the Also, 600 acres in Township 18,''South range FOR THE PROMOTION OP
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interest being TUB
Dpct. John E l' ek. Office pn St. George Street, 820. annually, or quarterly, 35, east,assessed to the heiraj of Caroline MotH aRTS 0F11181Gyij. '
t a few. 'doors North of.the Court'House. Charlestonevery deferred payments. S ardy, south of New 'lB.'
The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves The cash principle adopted by this Companyse- .Smyrna..I. S S VNITAiD' : 8T 4TES.
I DRUGGIST. tenth day after the 27th of April,o'clock r' n. the insurances Al'o 500 acres assessed the said heirs of Caroline -, -5-- 5 5
- P .t' Zylttra.; 'Chemist and r Drugget, Charlotte wires to the parties for whose benefit fdcllard 60 and 5 0 Fii ,E J8.-:;- ..4.:
"- Thro in 60 hours. Fare (State-Room) $25. are effected the whole of the advantages, without ). being in sections and ,
Suvel. From Charleston to Philadelphia. -The Osprey subjecting them, to the heavy drawback of, accumu- part in Township 1. range 34, and part in tow Hxirwr O,OJMT. President* WILUIX IX Km '

\ I leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock, lated notes. hip Id, and range 35 south of New Smyrna. I F.w Presided EBWAKD p. Mcrcnsu, TW S

LAWYERS.' r.jc.-through in CO hours. Fare;$20. Persons premium effect insurance on their own lives Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the ire, E. H. B TLn.Xeeordi* &nor"" **' 1iGI

'B; B. uoH/rf. Counsellor, 'at 'Law-office on Ar From Charlftton to New-Orleans. Leaving: daily and the lives may others. A married woman can in. day of rale. : &QE\V.DI f.c.lTtipD. I k:,' :i@@

I L, IU til ry.J..nne.! A. .Putnam. and CouncelloruijLaw at 10 lOoVftck. M..By S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 cure the life other husband,the benefits of which are Also 5000 acres assessed to Philip R. Young ly S 00 .
AUornej Railroad Atlanta 171. MANAGERS
Georgia to chil
miles. :
-By secured by law for the exclusive uae of herself or Inginseciioa37and38.owcsbIp,1 south : "
ollice licotutatrL"Ct.. range
and"Vt'8tem Railroad Griffin 43. By
, Macon dren. 30, and township 21 sooth 31 John Sartajn, Charles Toppan. James *. 1V
i- 77roi ge R. P ir& nh. Attotnry and Counsellor at Railroad to Montgomery range east, being on S
: -- Law-olRce in the Court 'House. Stage to Steamer Opolaka to 35.-By Mobile 331.-To New-Orleans Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries Lake Jesaup Forward;:'Agent! I Charles Macsfeste r-E., H. Butler,Henry s,1 1
I 05 -By themselves of a resource Unless son,M.D..Charles;Leland, William
, 1 are specially invited ro avail taxes and expenses are laaid before the 1ft;
Time 123 hours .
106. Total distance 1,006 miles. Is.Joseph D. Stewart M. D. ,
PUBLIC OFFICES. S whereby their surviving smiles may be secured day ofanle. S Edwin R.1''' I
r Past OJJice. G. E. Llainbias! Post Master, Court Fare $39.50.From Charleston. to Ntw-Orleont Savannah, torn. the evils of nennnr. ) S of. Mutual_ Alo 1000 acres ofland in' section 37, town., Fdward P. James Mitchell.L.John Cbghoro.! S. Han,A. 1Ij S 5 i j I

; 1Ioue.j .. Famphletsexpianatry of principles ships 17 and 18 30, asaesned David R.
: Savannah 140miles. range to
daily at 9 A. M. By Steamer to. with EVer ; .
Sat'vr y or Genera Office. I B. A. Putnam Surveyor ,- Central Railroad to Macon.and Western Railroad Life Insurance,and illustrating its advantages Dunham,being on Lake Berriaford, St. Johns River. BXciaber.' for tile 1"ea.IKt. !
- -By forms be obtaiued at the office 01 Will receive, fur eacU
General,o'n Hospital! Strvetc rner of Artillery Barnesville to Opelaka 100.- applicationmay dabacriptibn of rPI D Jf
r to 40.By.Stage the Company 35 Wall at., or of of its agents. of ""
I Lane and Hospital Street. <. By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mo- eny Unless taxes anti expenses are paid before the a print c I

1 Land o./lice.--A. T. Node, Register of Public bile 331.-To New.OrleaDlI66.Total distance 1,032 TRUSTEES, day of sale. HUNTINGTON'S. "(,'HRU4TIA Milt q
I los B Collins David C Colden,
Lllnd*-office in the Court Jt use: S CHILDREN* ,,
b I miles. Time 77 hours.,Fare $39.50.MISCELLANEOUS Wm J Alfred Edwards Also 600 of land,lying in section 40 '
TAo,. T., Suttell. Receiver, office in Court TABLE. Hyslop, acres ,township Engrmed JOSEPH
1luut'e. ., R H McCurr'y, Wm Belts. I 17 south range,33 east assessed to the esta'e y ANDRBirS.&is->
Judge of Pr &dft. (G. Humphrey's Judge,) office Distances.' Fare Time. Ered Winston, Joseph Blunt, of Liudst.y Tod near New Smyrna, Foi ward.agent. A print, H..tilfitl.'k'! COMPANION.'
in the Court House. To Athens, 7a., 221 In. $7,95 20 h. C W Faber, Isaac G Pearson, Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the "MERC'S!* DS3JV
r D. "Chattanooga, Tenn., 445 13.12 31 John P Yelverton I day of sale. EngravedA.H.. Rir>Cl1IB. N4J r.t
Peter Duma*. Clerk Circuit Court, offic* in Henry Wells,
,, t the Court House. Columba, S. C., 130 4,00 8 Theo Sedgwick Wm Moore Also 900 acres used to John Robinson being Or the choice olin, two( tJae r..

S Rafael D. CdnOt1a. SheriffandTax. Collector,of- ""Callut. S. C., 142 4,00 9"Haniburg Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, part of a tract cf 2060 acres granted to Briggs and Four Iplea41d Bllpa'" S

.lice iu the Court House S. C.. 136 4flQ 8 John H Swift, ions Miller, Robinson being in section 33,township 15, range 39 1. Joffit ''TrS: .5
Collector 'Cuttomt "Memphis,Teun., 740 28,00 I John Wadsworth David A Comstock, wmti Jl.a.a 'Q...
of John M Hanson, office. and township 15, range 33, 8 and E on Hallifax
''Pl':1I11"I.lloltf.: i Passengers for either of the above plaet'I.lean' S M Cornell Robert Shuyler, River. SeorsPajaed by Lemtts, Fasey",..
Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad, at 10 o'clock Gour M James Chamber I.-RUTS.I.Q BoA: Fdi4t4d4tR4t4eTeZEo
lusjieetor of Cuttomt. Ora! Howard, office in Wilkins Unles Taxes and expenses are paid before the day 6
Lloward.fluildiogs, Marketsquare. A.. M- John V L Pruyn Joseph Tnckerman, of sale. 3Hun's D. StuUi..

I I. //. Eronton. Judge U. S. Court Northern 1ux Collectors Sale. Fred Whittlesey. Moses H GrioneU, Also 68 acres ailed to Cornelias Monro on the- ,P.'etl"N4 R"'q,,.,

1' Ditft; ret! Florida, office in the Court House.O Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker Wekiva Creek bounded on the south George R. t-CUVSTLtMA if Rile_.
t \ J:. FairlanJct.. Clerk U.. S. Court office in B shall expo for sale before the Court House John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh, Fairbank's lauds. Unless taxes and by ASD n*Csiu>&UtP4i.tW''i
the Court JJo : Walter Francis expenses are tisgtoi, ,,..,4I.LHfm;
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:se door at Jl/ellonrilleonthefirajl Monday of July next Joy, Lathrop, paid before the day of sale. And of thePhiladelphia '
Deputy Martial. George I.. Zchubaur, office In the following described tract of land or so muchthereof Alfred Pell, J 0 Thatcher, J. SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collector.S o.c. a copy

die Court House. as wjll pay the taxes due thereon the State JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. Jan 3d 1852. Art Union Eeper1a
JUSTICES OF TilE PEACE. of Florida and County Orange for the year 1851, ISAAC ABBATT, Secretary. AmoutblypampWetcotuajnjuga report of&e te
1 Gad. HumphreyB.-office' in the Court House. to wit 4G359 JosEF&Burjrr, Counsellor. actions of the Institution and information oa ll%

I Gco. L' Phillips, Notary Public-office on Bny acres assessed to Thomas Fich being in I G. R. FAIXBASKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. Tax Collectors Sale. subject of the Fine Aria, '

k5 .S.reet a little! North of the Market and next door section .3C, 39, and 42. Townships 14 and 15, Feb ICth. BY virtue of the power vested in me bylaw,! ( THROUGHOUT THE. WHOLE. WOW
r ta tli.Po t office. ; for sale before the J'I'
range 32. J. SIMPSON, Sheriff and expose Court Howe ixj- S ,
F, : CITY OFFICERS.: jan 3,852. Tax Collector.: :N )i1n Jli! thm. door at Mellouviile on the first Monday of July The Art Union of PhlbuMphia! awards matt]

1I1lHrre'tcr C. Zylttra ST. AUGUSTINE, E. P.it. next, the following described tract of land or"so iu own Cartkeates with: which original America I !
:Laurence Andteu,"\ ; : S Tax Collectors Sale much thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the works of Art may be purchased inaay partoftstfi

\Paul Arnau, AUrrmen. virtue of the power vested in inn by law I THIS ESTABLISHMENT hay State of Florida and County of Orange for the year States, at the option and seUctifla of tbepersoa wltl l
,.. BY
1; c Jl/eJieu. } expose for sale before the Court House this 1851 to wit: may obtain a prize at th** .
ing undergone Thorough Repairs
F. J. Quincey. ; U03 of land being of'a of AuuuaYDIg1,1butlo .
door at Jl/ellonville on the first Monday of July is for acres part grant 4000 -" ,
t. Clerk of the City Council. Charle, Haager. office next,the following described tract of land or eo! present season, FAMILIES now ready AND aeres assessed .to Domingo Aeneta. in section 38, Which tales place on the ilrfidag oftbUsttJatinecery \
at the Council room. much thereof will paY the taxes due thereon the reception ot Company. enn' township 20, Range 34 and 35 near Flo wnder Cruek Yeaf. r

City Manual. and Clerk of the:.Marlet, F. P. State of Florida and County of Orange .for tbe TRANSIENT BOARDERS have spacious Indian River.J. TilE EXECUTJVB: rOMilirrEB or-
Feireira. '
I year 1851, to wit : Apartments. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector o. e.nn3d ART UNIO; .. 1
It S S 5
PORT WARDENS. 100 acres nssessed to Joseph M Hernandez in Room, Airy Clean, and TVcat 1852_ When so reqn .select! works of.\rit wi hoetior .

L ..:/. C.' Zylttrat. Charlet_Haagef_ Ju,. E. P mtl'r. section 43, township 14, range 32. south and east. ness Itself furnished Iiaudsomel jr.- Tax CollectorVale.. eoi petuauuar, (rosa their

: ,. 5, J. SIMP6UN, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c. Bottling Wanting. virtue of the vented ia FREE, MLLEaY.2J 1t1V&WJ3NULS? S'lI!
.- AUCTIONEER. S power me by law I .. .
3, 1852. 'fha-Hoam is well known BY
jan as being rc'enlly
Jeo.Center, F. P. Ferreira and J. A. Strischa. expose for sale before,the Court House or those person j in the country who my h p.
Built with view to the
Tax: Collectors aIe.By Expressly a accom- door at jl/ellonville on the first Monday of July mote fniai Uallerie,or public exhibition of tat I
odation of Intalid and other being entirely -
MERCHANTS.Burlinpame S tirtue of.the power vested in me T "Law next. the following described tract of bind or so fiuerii.
I y built of Wood with Room Fold- ____
I: shall for sale before the connecting, much thereof aa will pay the taxes doe there** the S "t
expose Court House
I ,\uJt Treasury Lane.: Howk-Corner of St. George at Mellonville on the first Monday of July next, the ing Doors, &c., which renders it Free from State of Florida andUoun/y Orange doubled tax.. SuWriptloB*of tn bersl&p $3,sold kjf4

4 Dttrrought E.Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealeriffir..t following described tract of land or so much threo. Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows ed from the year 1345 to and including 1851, twit is early a4v practice bl..% 40 a< to eatWai
as will the due thereon through,opening on Piazza Promenade Two : (""Irly.qaID'ter.ohhe Rep.rterwhic will kts
pay taxes the
j quality Groceries til State 01!
Family. of !
qu\u.J &CO, to. 2( Enllt aide Charlotte Street kinds., North Li.I Florida and County of Orange for the-year 1851, Hundred Feet. Protection' from Rain, Cold 5480 acre* a'vseJ. Theresa Rodrigues, in warded" upon the receipt of the monry, taUt .*?,|-:

J tit the Public square. to wit : Winds.&c., forming a desirable RETEEAT from section 37, township 19. range 28. the rountry. .. .

*jese JJurt, iwaler in Staple and Fancy Dry 300 acres of(and assetseu to Zfernardo Segui, confinement at all seasons of the year.- Unless, taxes and exp-ns-es are paid befirc the The honorary Secretaries will cite recrssk

goo j 5. West Bide of Charlotte street, a few doon I being i in section 44. township 15, range 33,south The House is situated facing Sojth in central day of sale. J. SIMPSON:; Sheriffand Sll seriptioDsor, rIWiUUDnmay be wade id

.1 boath Treasury Lane. and east on. Hallifax River.J. position, and retired from other Dwellings. lID 3, 852. Tax Collector.o.c. S GEORGF DEWEY

rf''V ] d.tml1lt.1Iottsate and Retail dealer! SIMPSON, Sheriffand Tax Collector, o. c. The House contains 45 Rooms,'with additional CutTt6pnnJ; &i

(I'' v GnodanJ Groceries. Grocery store on the jan 3. 1851 Parlours Dining Setting Roomsand con. TilE WORLD AS IT PASSES. -_! Cbesnu Street. Philadelpab.1-

Jifeuud floor! of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, Tax Collector Bale. vcnicnces in general For Accommodation cannot TO s'r.tJ""TEK.S"! .

Cfeurlotte street Howard' Building. Y virtue of Uv. > power vested in me by law I be surpassed.The I MORRIS & WILLIS'S. 4ro'I' OFFI'E 8'.r A*f& .
4 JJww. S. $ N. Pinlsham. Dealers in Fancy B shall expose frrsale before tbe Court House well earned Reputation this House : undersigned, Postmaster Pieasaat Gi,..j

GouJs, !&c. 'opposite the Planters Hotel on East doorat Mellonville on the first Monday of April next has from Year to Year acquiredit;! will be th* DOME JOURNAL FOR 1SJ2. Tilt Co. Maryland, was the fiat pnwsil
Pfdrtt Charlotte street. the following described tracts of land or so mn.:h Proprietress,Mrs. DAVIS aim to sustain, and F.AlIlILl"'lvEWSP.APBR. the u. S. who conceived,and undertook extewpsiliditheIdea
Eenet.: Dealer Groceries, Provisions,tc. 'h' ofna will pay the laxbs due thereon the Btate for tho liberal Patronage heretofore, ,she returns A ofsuppylagall! post cese
|.o( ier of Cuoa and St. George street. of Florida and cheap ,stamps. All stamps madr by hia its "
t. J. County of Orange for the year 1851. her thanks. FUfiUSIIED WEEKJ.Y AT TWO DOLLARS A TEAD.
S Qcincr.Valch maker and Jeweler, on to wit : The Table will be supplied with choice ranted equal or superior to any other that tM 81
George srreet. nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. the and whenever
at same price ftsystj
S ThQ,. NeluH,, Retailer of Boots, Shoes Caps, 144 acres of land being part of a tract of Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish Ducks, Venison, Tint ThaT inmsM OF THE nw aUlD WILL BX sent procured out in any way defective or.atsiia&d0rf.s! >i

Hat and Dry Gosds, east side Charlottee street, 520 acres the estate uf Anton l)once North Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time ISSUED oil THE F1EST 07 JAXVABT.MU?. I plicates shall be forwarded, oa notice, iI

tv.ivr of Charlotte Itre-etoud Treasury Lane. of Smyma Barr doubled taxed. our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or charge. All who order a set of stamps,wmroxDATis *

I Lawrence; Andrea. Tailor Charlotte street Also 233 acres of land the more Hunters sporting exclusively for this TBS Home Journal has now become nnivem.. ,.a' Two Dollar only-(for thirty pic
n -. on sido of
'r Fort. Lake Geor House. There are few famfless of cultivated habiu-(few of shall be kept in stamps aJlibitonu
5 John Utinfr. Boot maker, Charlotte street near Acosia csuppoHed to belong to Domingo Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns Fishing those who seek to enliven and make home the moat AddressPost .Muter, Pleasnt GtrvaAJie

i\i. City Hotel.MicKael l.I l. double,tuxedo in vctiuu 38, township 13, ramiu :27, Tackles Boats for Excursion,&c. intelligent and attractive place-who do not now Co. Mi. _

I ; Nellig-an-Cnbinet Maker, Charlotte. Very Respectfully, receive it. It is read we believe wherever run the '
fitrt-et.bilow Teirperancc Hall. threads of domestic happiness and true moral Tax Collector' Sale.
-John Manucy. 3lack : Sheriff andS refinement thickly into the virtue of the power vested ia me b11a''
Smith and Gun Smith, jan 3d, 1852 Tax which are wsven so By
lips Aorth Gate of the City. Collector.o. c- and coarser web of our country's: } dGlt1alid shall expose for sale before the Court ifs.
I -e ; If. B.-It In the wish of the Proprietress stronger prosperity. The Home Journal is the Melionville oa the first Monday of Jaly sed
1 I Tooth energetic
SuwUlIt'1.. LiquurI and Refretlmenlt S Ac. that the Servants attached hearts of this busy nation in the hours following described tract of laador somaca thn
by r. Cleveland's Tooth speaker to the .
,.. Uridil'r, C.y Hotel.PMlipGomex II Powder, En gluh to the House should. be civil, attentive and relualf as will pay the taxes doe thereon the 8r
S Totthbrushes. Cologne \ given to happiness
French Soap. : and obliging. 'for the 18ft*
and Orange
Florida County year
Retailer Year'sFrUU1fT01* Gentleman torn
Liquors.. Refreshments, Camphor Soap Honey Soap assorted Perfumesi I At New .
&lc.. Charlotte street, oppobite Bridicr Bowling hilifome Oil, Bears Oil, toilet Powder fine Sponge a Lady, the Home Journal is one ot which Me revumbrance wit S .$'
.Vuey. CARMIChAEL AND OSGOOD'SDREDGING week and it is 900 acres of Land assessed to Josepa -
Hair Dire Rose Water if tCS.P. IIUI nnsor-
1 Jl/Iiitary Shaving toap, lUACDllYE.T' ehezin sectIon 40township 16, rugs J38IH'on
Straps, Brushes. Uoger's Perfumary, Jockey Clubb. passed as a gift la good taste. J. ,
HE under signed have been appointed : the Hallifax River.
1 I STAGE OFFICE., &c. Also agents for .Ptree copies, $5or
an assortment of Tuxs.-.ForoDecopy.82 ; ...
Office of i tic Ficolata Mail Roger's Worten. .f the owners of his invention,and would recom- I Alan, 310 acres assessed tie 'saId JosgSanchex
Stasc. Bridicr's City horn's Cutlery, Fancy note and Path letter (or one copy for three yean Jp--ys m
Iiit4. at retail by P"Pt-r. mend it to Contractors,.Companies, or Individuals, Subscribers without delay. Address in sec 51towaship 17 nap.land 34
1 p B E CARR. who about doing work of thc following description vance. S west of Smfraa.Si .
-i.". Not aaY are MORRIS & ,WILLIS. east '
; I' CHURCHES.C ,viz: Editors 107 Fnlton street NewXork.An IIPMON Sheriff and TaxCoOee
'1 -. Rf virtue ot the vested Extensive drainage of Swamps,Marshes, and Sugar Ju.3.1852. "
I I m4l._ ill oli c Church. North side MonumenCl i3 power in me by law 1
"' lIilIre '' shall expose for sale be ore the Court. Hons, Plantations. ordinance to amend an Or- -5-- Tax Collectors 8&le

4 >iseopal Chtrch. South side? Monument square. door at Mellonville on the first Monday of August Building Levees around Plantation or Towns, probibltins>> Hones and virtue of the power vested Ia ..:. S

f Pretbyltritn: Ckureh. On St. George street, next the following described tracu of land or so Opening Channel./way and removing Barn at the Cattle from coin? at 1arge5wtthIxth & BY for tils before ihe-C
I j cxiuth of thetquare.Metioditt much thereof as wMl pay the taxes, due thereon the mouth or Rivera and Harbors. city of &. AnsBstine. expo, the '* .
Episcopal Chureh. St. George street. sate of Florida; and Co-.nty of Orange for the year Making Canal through Swamps,marshy or sandy Be it ordained.by th* Slayor and4jiermeis of a& XrllOnIflI the Mowing descried & Hof-I... -

S : near the Magnolia: IIOU:5C 1851 to wit ; ground. the City of St. Augustine, That it shall also next sad Co1$7
around Wharves and Piers, thereof. will pytke
75O acres of Land in Tnmbull swamp, belong: Deepening be .lawful for the Guy Marshal to report to the doe U&treoa kC *
TKRMS' OF. COURT7: EASTERN CIRCUIT ing or supposed! to belong to Wm G Foot. returned Keeping open channel way through Lakes and ,- Mayor, the owner or keeper of any horse mare, and the CeIDZ7UpUIfl
u A Putnam. vets; removing Rafts or sunken Logs, tearing up 851, to wit: '
by Benjamin and also heWer
OFFLORIDA.i S gelding, colt or male any cow acres of land formerly owaed aj -
Roots of Trees 160 ]
I etc.
'j 1 -
S SfEIXO TEEM.Fir Also, 350 acres belonging or supposed to belong Tu prisons desirous Improving waste Lands br mil, ox or calf found waning at large within the. Sheperd at Lab Maaroe. Present awaer*!* "

1 the Cfuuties Orangeand St Lucie, at Melon to Chariot T Gobert, returned by William, A. for- drainage this macbin can be be recommended aa the the City of St. Augustine ; contrary to horses the provisions and Doable taxed for the year 1851. t;
ville. on the first in ward. of an "Ordinance prohibiting ,. SUIPSON.. and 1XSCOi'.
April,and on the ) only one adapted to"all the*purpose necessary of I
third Tuesday, before the first Jl/onday' in November. Also 900 acres Cattle from going at large within the city St. Feb. 28. 1853.
belonging or supposed to belong To those who are building or repairing Canals, or ADJnUtiDeN ..- -
S ineachandeveryyear. to Robert Martin, returned by B A Putnam drains it, will be found immense value, u it will -Passed' Council February 7th, IBS?. 2'1 CeUeetIW7. C
for the county Putnam, at Pilatka,second Tues deepen the Canal andat the time form 15Lj.
J SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collector, 0. 0 same aa em E. J. de MEDICES, Mayor Pro Tern. Yvirtoth.powcrveated
duynApril. Jan 31st, 1852. bankment or levee. S .LD shell expose fat sale before the W.
; Attest
S Forth county ofMarionat Ocala, fourth Monday Thia.machin. is used with either horse or steam CHAS.IIAAGER.c.C., doorat laftDonYille 06 the first Monday"*

vIApril. Tax ,Collectors sale, power which can be Increased to any exte-t. the following described, tract of JalIIII 5Cf.
.' For the counties Alachua and Levy, at New- By virtu. bf the power vested in -me bylaw I They are now in successful operation in all parts of Billiard Table and Tea Pin A.lleJ' thereof will pay the taxea 4th -

t a uville, firm Monday in,May. expose for sale before the Court House he county and may be seen at Charleston,Sooth Car- A a tbe'MapoUa Retrratopea throughout the.t. of Florid* aad Cooatj tOragsfor1brt S

,/or the Couu y of Columbia, at Alligator, on the door in the city of St Acgustine on the first Mon olinia; Nan Yard, Pensoeela and on the Canal be* l. day and BYninC. S t to wit:
ci. second Monday of May. day of May next the following described property tween Galveston and San Louis. NOT 29 Do48tr 8. MIRANDA. 100 urea *aeedtoEIhiethase S

For the count,Nassau, at Nassau C. II.,on. the or so much thereof as will pay the State and county By application to J, S. SECOR, Esq.oorAgen- S ThOTZCE.S aI. township'16.'nag 3S,1OCh .<* .... ,......
Wednesday before the fourth taxes and the
I Forthe Monday May. nscessary expenses due thereon (or the at Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida,a GIVEN, to all :Creditors Heirs Hallifax Rher. -
I county of Duval at Jacksonville year 1851 to wit : ITS
the of the <
on drawing machine be with
can seen, information in the Estate of J. 8IXPSoK.m.mI'ulTas
oardi' Monday (May A lot of Iud in the city of St. Augustine boon sstothecostetc S I Legatees. &othersinterested S
S 1'.or the County of St Jed" the Henry Kloane late of St. Johns County deceased jo-'I. 1853 .
JolwX St. on east by Dragoon or Spanish
at Augustine. street and 12th
July 1851 ..-a
- .thecond Mt Jay in, June. lots of G Pomar and A Masters on the West that on the expiration of six Months from the date XTotice is aewby'IP*"wail pe *...
S S i S puiJ "uv. Tolomatp street on the South by lot of Joseph by GILBERT& SECOR.New YorkScbr. hereof I will apply t. the Coon of Probate for the 1 1"It'rll1M Estate of Saaaa 7.'

''' ,F.>rih<*rAuniien Orange and Si! Lucle Tuesday Andreu deceased, on the North by an alley said Jut County of St. Johns aforesaid for a final'settlementof ceased to present tae,ais *W* wbylaw $

b'lM.elhf firslMhntJaTof Novt-mWr. was orriginaU; owned by the late George Bartlett. FLORIDA 7 days from New lork 90 my accounts with said Estate, and a discharge' aa ,- c1aMwi11rsTer isen-

I i 'zt1rthe eouu'y!' dl Putnam" at Pilatka, the second deceased, and assessed to G. R. Fairbanks contain Hay 60 bbls,:Flour, 6 bbds. Sugar, administrator thereof. "- S :: V.8ANCllEZ.- SS

l: T.M day before tie first Monday of November. ing in all two acres more or less. 16 Jjbls.Crackers,60 sacks Salt,find 12*pack- S FRANCIS BRIDIER Adar. ApriL31I '

I For th county of St. John's, on ,the first Monday Unless taxes and expenses are paid befrrejthe S gin to B. E. Carr 10 boxes G. Burt, Sundry St. Augustine February 21st 1852.OpeuluOrauges S > ...leIOU. c.-T. '

'in November. > ; 1 day of sale. packages to Burlingame & Howk, and. other. Lemons, Ap- S peadM. 'Iperm.tBroWltSoqr

S. For the county of NVssau' Thursday' before the B. B. CANOVA,Sheriff and ,ex-off. I Now Potatoes,Prunes Pea Nats,, assorted Adama"ti. Candles,Swdal1lJa1&a LeadA

I third MondayofNovemter. Tax Assessor and Collecter, s. j.c.' TXA COLLECTORS BLANK DEEDS, for Preserves, Coofectionay, Began, Liquors, &e. assorted Paints,at retail by '
-t "orthe county of Dur ol, on the third Monday Nov 1,1851. SS at this Office. Man>h27 B. E. ARR.L5.5 March 37 j.E.
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