The ancient city
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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: August 10, 1850
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
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THE ANCIENT CITY I remain peaceably in the',land! of their affection that should' be as soon as its members are I!: citizens or subjects it it may bu deemed expe 1 city. The census-takers will no doubt do their'

rUBLISIIEC, WEEKLY or to bet bribed and flattered into emigrating elected the Florida Indians should be outlawed dient. But thu privileges being a compensation I 1 i duty faithfully; but the result: of ,their labors j

EVERY SATURDAY to one which they abhorred, of course selected ; and a reward of $1000 be'otferod fur I: for the engagement of gurunteo made by,I will wxhibit.wea .Hine rather than DA

..: if SYLVESTER MA UCY the former. :and although six months of solicitation each warrior dead or alive, and 8500 for each the United State of North, Mexico shall 1.0: increase of popuLti In. iY. 0. E" -. r

AT TWO TWLLAKS FES AXKUII. ADTANfC.IT and el1r' ntr, DA ked by heavy rewards, live woman or child. Under this system,.the :, concede the .said.privilege to any other until ,-
\ and the.uair.e efforts of hvo. rkonsu Delegu* Indians,will bo "till hunted." and waylaid, I the said nation, through a treaty satisfactory PlttSIDEtrrlLLYORE.. -

: ADTUtTisnctNTt: will be irtMTted at SnuT'C lions have been steadily employed at nn expense which has never yet been done--and, .which I IneverjvHrbe i.to: Mexico shall give the, same guarantee tf*the.I .. 'T1wt. l bin'\..Fill m&**'rrallp hand ($X&n&>;."
F ,!i ivc Cun per square of 13 line or under, %for the of about one million of 'dottrsit! was d.oo.&'Pip lcii nUe r4'lf.J c..! iro! iof ptIlJoth tn J.; "fAj 1'1 h (\. or'thtTOMWl ,conservative, prudent nnd souad

b t snag fnr :ryiorchy..r! 1. a hpntiedtesaitlkaepfiatd1! ;f( UrtnllarmorD: j>jlvwBfa! <:XTtiereera"oatV' tint mIre contracting: iea shall mnmfcst their I sutestncn cf the North, :fa either party i is with ,

:;:!f i A dt'd ,1) l nsJr Tor gotires is ..rpluetarilyfrohr; a, couhtry from which than 100 warriors in the country, and parties I own intention to purinit all the commercial nations u* a sincere and honest opinion, the correctness .

rr'i alerted rr, .months. they have ,beenexplicitly intormed thtt v are of from 53( io, 100, armed with double barreled of the world to '''I b.j' participants in the of which we am willing that lime shall \

t. u.. :taUIiJU'3m never to ,be farced. After having huny guns, will if:rewarded as here sugge. tetJtJock benefits of this, road or canal on complyingwith determine. At the present moment, to prejudge
+ trrm. bugged our negotiators, in the old stereotyped down in pursuit them and not retire (rom the conditions of this articls. I and denouco him-to excite alarming!
Will be executed' on reasonable ,. fashion whih they have been practising during the amusement a*, long a* a single thousand Both contracting Governments binds them upprehoiuions in the minds of the people, for

f T the last 14 years, they at length finding dollar prize runs'at lartcu. The Indians will selves conformably lo/lhc anterior provisions: : which there may not be the slightest real occasion .
Oil ART TUQU STILL AH"BRIGHT.BY that the fighting 'season was some months distant be afraid to kindle a fire, or lire a ride,-fur of this treaty as far,'s ih'ey may bu. able lei is no part nf wisdom or patriotism."

MISS JULU MILDRED ...a lAS:: ,: threw off the manic, and to show the they will suspect that there is.a, "still hun maintain the neutrality ot,the route and ten [Ssntinel.,

Oh art thou still at bright. utter contempt 'with which they retard those ter in every Ulh. It is probable that riot leagues on each aide as Mexican territory not I. 'rbil'is intended to be pretty severe un our

As free from stain and cure' who are pledged netcr to rise fures against 'them- more than thirty them will have been killed only ,in lime of peace but during war,.whether selves. VVUiire playing "no part of wisdomor

As when in youth's first gluw of light; their appointed U'grand .council! for the 30th or captured before the<< rest will surrender at on, of the two nations ,be engaged in hostilities patriotism !" Hut we deny thai at .*.tae ,:. '

1 met theo fondly here. of May and ort tho day designated sent n' discretion ; ,so that the cost to :the State, (even I with another or the two parties: bu nl war present<< moment" we prejudge and denounce
their vole representatives to it;an' old woman should the General Government not retiind.it, ) between themselves; it being understood that the new Pr''I&Ic'lIt.Ve merely stated that,

Thou wert as Northern flower who gave as her vltttnatum that her coashtu-: |: will bu inconsiderable.' One obvious advantage the route shall be free and secure in time o!' wu supposed him in favor of the Adjustment

Found in a Southern clime ; eats will neveremi rate.'' Thus YOU;, perceive in this plan is, that its 'success wilt be peace for all, kinds of transportation of goods: scheme and quoted the letter which we again;:
A blissful meeltsg taros that hour- that the farce which has been going ion here always in proportion to its cost I. and that if and merchandize, arms anil munitions: ; but in publish;below. Reasoning! from that letter;,

A gold speck of time.I t Jjj for the last nine months hu _at length been there be no success, there will be no uUIl.&)'. time of war only merchandize or g; ods. nut we thought it entirely probable that he would

and deem brought to a ,close, and that the Indians have? Its ,an experiment which costs nothing, unl ssU contraband of war shall be tree; the Inner being the Clay Bill. It seems that: the Sentinel ,
) I could but gaze, capped the climax of their conto npt( for ;V* I effects a cure. Is not so simple ant cheapa prohibited. Notwithstanding neutrality of support has come precisely to the same conclusion '

: z Thou wurt' of leaverni' part, by- offering us the greatest insult! which it wag I remedy well worth the trial Especially I the routu and ten leagues on either side Mexico ; whether trom the same premise or not,
Thou waist BO like&holy dream: in their power to bestow. We have certain! I as all the regular nostrum which have beenso preserves fully the sovereignty of the said we will not : t

;.; J\usl dawning in the heart.-; richly earned all the contempt they ,can ,l.e'- I perseveringv! employed during the, last route and territory, exorcising jurisdiction over say BUFFALO OCT. 17, 1838.

.. It was too.blest a sight tow upon( u?, for I dont believe that in the annals : fourteen years,has proved utter failure. Thereis the persons or yes el> t'tat may pars eqi a'11l\* SIR : Your communication of the 15th in.:t.

.'> For 'spirit'at wild"as mine ; of national blundering parallel can be scarcely a doubt that tor less than one half over .those that may bu in its other ports and as chairman; of a committee appointed by

::- bundrtd vjsious sprang, tulight, found for that which our imbecile Administration the sum which has been recentlyoffered'" to I territories, and the customary salutes shall be hTM Anti-Sfattry Society of the County of( r-'

,' hick has ceased to.shme., has exblbitedduring.me lost nine months those intractable vaicabondi as a bribe to leave: fired in the said ports. I Erie" has just come to hand. You solicit my
.' ; ; }npw In relation to these same 130 vagabond In. the country, they can under this ..y.tel1but' If the holders of the privilege. rcfuno to enter answer to the .following interrogatories :

I Thr heart iff not thy own,- .. dlans. ; every man.woman and child. removed in less laid a satisfactory 'arrangement' in order to settle 1st. Do you believe that petitions to Con

j :' Thy lips have,sworn L:vow ;. ,t But what course does our government thus I than three months. This plan', 'besides, being the toll or or price of transportation' within gress on the subject of slavery and the slave-

j hoped,' to claim thee mine alone' ,. v, insulted and despised, pursue How does it so cheap and so feasible, is: thu only practicable twelve months from the date ut this convention) trade ought In bo received, read and respect-
But'hope's a dagger nowlW01I : deal with those 100 assassins,'who in the face 'one that: D' be devised. A force of 20- or shall not comply with his engagements, thc fully considered by the representatives the

.__ .-- MTsSION7....--'; of treaty oblg4tion! have been permitted for 000 regulars or :20,000 volunteers cannot in guaranteed protection of the work shall be immediately people "

A" so many years to retard the ,prosperity and 20 year remove those 100 Indians by any oilier withdrawn. 2nd. Aru you opposed to the annexationof

'' BY UtKSZEK CtLIOTT. blight the 'pr.oipects of a whole State ? How means lhan "ttill hunting' and way-laying them, Texas to this U.llonunder any circumstances

What highest prize had womaA won. does it fulfil the pledge which it made last fall and it would be asking too much ot their patriotism ,,THE NORTH The AND.nl.U8.THE so long as slaves: are.held therein ?

In science Jn art f to the, Florida Commissioners, and the duty to expect them to do this at seten dollars -i SOUTH 3d. Are you in favor of Congress: exerci-
The bv the
What mightiest work, by woman donr, which, it owes not merely to Florida, but to a month.! It is by the term which "still I persons appointed United States sing all the constitutional! power it possesses, '
have commenced take
the Census
Roasts city, field ur mart t the whole country? .In reviewing the whole hunting" inspires, thai a dozen Indians can I of the Like all the other to abolish the internal slave trade between the
saith course of tho Administration from the first breakup the most populous settlements. Why city. arrangements* '
"She hath no Raphael Painting ; Slates T
J outbreak last July the should not the of Florida that the of th. Federal) Government in reference to our .
to it is people now
"No Newton! Learning cries; present moment, the unfavorable 4th. Are you in favor of immediate legislation j
; moil period which it
"::;bow us her Steamship I.Err. Jiucbetb I impossible for any honest man of com man Indians are reduced to so small a numberplay select hItS been for the abolition of slavery in the Dis ,
to fixed
{ for
was possible ,
victories !I" sense not to retard it with feelings of deep con their own game on them, and forco them to on trict of Columbia 'I'
Her '
thought-won tempt and rhdignatkm. Such sJltPM blunder* I surrender at:once, by inducing thousands of the purpose of ascertaining oyr' population, I am much engaged, and have no time to "

Wait boast Oil! man I ihouchairorthy arc ing from the Jerr commmencemf! Sveh: .w>.1 ".,un huulers,"to go in pursuit of them The and determining tho rates ?f our represenMtion. enter into an argument, or explain! at length

s-4 "'A J whr tJiouart truc ..... ., polite perfidy \o'Ihc Indians Such waste of'I''' plan is priLcticableli\ .ebuap and speedy Hundreds: and thousands of persons are mv reasons 'for my ''opinion., I shall therefore
i ". Things' worthier still and holier far time and tresure in coaxim, wheedling and and now there i is so little to hope from the absent at this season of the year and no Census content m itch, tor the present by answering 1

Our sisters yet will do ; other puerile effort.* t And above hll I such bare- General Government, the people of Florida can' ,bo taken which will approach within ALL your interrogatories in the AFFIRMATIVE .

' For this the worth of woman !shows faced violation of good fat it h to'tho people of ought not ,hesitate to execute it as early- aspossible thirty percent, of our real population. This and leave for some future occasion -
pooping hare, Florida in removing one half of the the "' arrangement, too, xvh ich works so injuri'ou to sub .
On every troop* a moro extended discussion! on the
That still u! man in wisdom l Kru'., before any thing hat been nccom.lishcI-nnd, In the sound, and rational views here quo- us, contributes to sHf Il the population of the I

lie honors her the more. thus giving to the Indians: unequivocal assurance led, I trust the pee to of Florida will universally NorthcrnSiates pniportionatuly: twits diminution : ject.'p '

I that they arc never to be removed by ; concur, and they owo it to their own here. Our own pojplo will bo rctur ted I respectfully,

- ; w Uh, no* for wealth or f.arse.or power force Thus making matters hero mud wane preservation as well as! to the general interests and counted as part and parcel of the popula- Your most obedient,servant, .I

|.m-\\1 Hath man's jneek angel 1 striven than they wore before the troops entered the of the Stale to take action in this matter tions of other States. We cannot ln'lglllu how MILLAR FILLMORE.

]-v' ';'l Hut.!! silent ns the growing flower country, and 'before n million of dollars had at onc('. the Southern members of Congress could sun- W. )MILLS esq.,Chairman. ; r

F r* i, I To make tft.'arch h iI.'n been squandered( J Was any thing ever so disgraceful -' It must not be supposed that the strictures mit to an arrangement so manifestly unjust as Now notwithstanding Mr., Fillmore wrote

; ,.- And in bar garden of the sun and.at the some time so ridiculously which I'have'here' made on the blunders of this. Tlicy have allowed themselves. to be that letter in 1433, when the sentiments ot thu :
Heavun's brithteni rose shall bloom; the administration and engrossed in the discussion ortbe) treat issue
deplorable as position in which this wretched our its bad faith toward*
of the day whilst the Northern -inbcn have North were much less hostile! J towards,, : thu
best is unbegun
'i' For woman's: Administration has placed itself! Nine {he people of Florida, have been prompted by '
attended ) the details of i South than at present, we frunjcly:,confess that
Her advent,yet to.come, months ago, it sent 1500 troops here for the nartizan feelings. On the contrary it would legislation,
he does by
and are continually strengthening themselves' not occupy any means ft place
,avowed and nnd expreswd fia've afl'ordedme: much gratification if I could
FIXM1UA INDIANS.W purpose remov the fruu rank of anti-slavery if .
-- TUB and their States by their sagacious uj of the men, we .understand
ing "nolens volens" 130 of the have conscientiously! praised its conduct, as I '
rea.lrrs"to the ragged rrrn- his Howard is 'much
uttentiuu of our position. moro
call the means placed within their reach., Whilst :
narrt of the Scminole have been from the 'canmencem'nr our
It a stre-
"'_. following communication und we hope it will wasted nine Congressmen are studying Niles' Register, violent in language. : at lcast: and, so we presume ,
months about humble
of him who
m\, n million dollars in bribing nuous though '
b copiwi into every JIIIH.r f in! the Stale. Un- supporter Congressional Debates, preparing great speech- ,are a majority thcLNorthern Whigs.
off some 70/or 80 old now the Presidential Chair. But I I
i is held to its men, women and chit- occupies But here must ask, could! we anything
Government we
less the Federal duty dren,and three murderers, txceJl'nce After consider this a subject which every true Floridian e*, und franking the same to their constituents, say
to removo Ihe Indians! ud on- par northern members better calculated to "tlrtleoutlu rn m.n. especially -
. nnd its promise having perceived that the should regard as far above all the, arc at work, gettingthrough
of consid sable remaining; vega party I Suuth'.maVhii than lire reservation
c.1ilunully.! the settlement a Congress this and that I law, to further !
bonds about considerations it is which
( one hunderd nutdc ; one com s homoto
will be retarded i iuihlimtetv. ) themselves which wu make in behalf: of M r. Fillmore
of our state the interests and prosperity( ,of their
, portion nt its the fire side of every citizenand affects par-
Senators and inc-rry expense,-or, in other deeply when admit that the author of the foregoing -
llfprcsenta- we
t \VV Hope our : : ticular suction-enlarging their in-til I trilitie,
words lauded hs his his and his
tiVs iti Congress will fully expose ih u inlsar- at silly efforts to remnvnthem interests happi obtaining appropriations for forts, harbors, litter, objectionable as arc its terms: U
1Ml"lll It is with which the paltry
a subject
liy or ntcnniartf force ness. )
in instead of less hostile the South than the 'main body .
been regard to1 etc. anti to
has pursued hnuses various
able\ policy that light- ,. making other
consideration of the
imitating the oM miin in th* fnble : partizan should not be
I tic Indians in the last: 12 mouths, and itiwt ona.eirrem'nai.CC who when legislative arrangements to advance their of his political lends ? Think of iI it !.
? : intrude and
and to which shouldbe
persuasion Krass; failed! tried "what permitted ,- one
; F/or d'ttin
| : ,
- <. welfare, too often at the CXDUIIMI+ of that of "
virtue there was In stones,"-our amiable Ad discussed in candor and fairness and the
Mr. E :'ron-Att: hope is iiow nl nn end ofct'er ministration, with true Christian forbearance guilty, be they political! friends or foes should their neighbor Our members go on speechifying -

having < ur Indian neighbors rt'inovcd submits to all the taunts and! i insults; that: can not bushjelded, from the censure which their and speechifying until the coutgrysuf- O>ir G'U rR1hlllt and Spain.-Pulj Denui"J
arum this country except Lr the interpositionotourHtaloauthoiilitv h u heaped upon i it, and without the conduct merits. fers under'a perfect crevasse of speeches, for the prisoners, 4 r.-A special dispatch from
- ; and l it is with: a viewto slightest resistance: mnrchr iad A FLORIDIAN. whilst in all.the practical and useful detail I Washington totliu Philadelphia North American -

call the attention oiour citizens to this. f fact, ferson iJarracks--U'avihir main to Jef Ocala, Marion county 1850. of I legislation. their constituents have to t-.ko I dated on the 28th ult.; says: +
: the Indian in full .
; themselves. Lnnk at mail Authentic advices. of the latest dates from
that 1 um induced to ru:&kc u brief cxpo?ition enjoyment of thir care our arrante-
of who the! General Government has uccutnplisltcd one million of dollarand triumph,-itself minus THE TEHUANTEHKC TREATY mci.ti in this State! Would it be possible' to Ciba, are not of a S'\ti r.'lctary character.

during the Ust nine months, with the humbueecd people u>f Florida, not prY in r ;The Picayune of this morning published the display more imb+cility, bundling and inefficiency Gtn. Campbell In.d not received an official 'tl
aid of 600 truops-and at an expense of'about statu ante M/Utn but exactly 'reltuantepecTreaty. The object of it is as we than characterize the man.igfinvnt of copy of Mr. Clayton's iiiHtructionsof the hi of i
quo! I
even wow. any mail in this State! Look June but was in .fa sent by S
our transportation possession copy
one million of dollars. worse because it i is notorious that before the gnthcr from the document that the (Jovcrment
The outline of it is this, the General Govern the troops arrived here and before the million' of the United States and that of Mexico may at thc great Eastern mail-il fails nearly every telegraph to Mobile, which was imperfect. !
fall 1500 other day without any inquiry into the cause Upon this tinoi'uinl| copy nn.l l others. in .the
tnent sent down here last troops,com- of dollars had) been the Indians felt fq man alliance order guarantee the CUI.
sienmptd, .
manded by a Major General to coax 130 assassins much alarmed at the sir net ion ot n railroad or ship canal >cros or reason; much bass any attempt to remove news pets, he had l mada'a request for the release :
crimp which they had \
!10 This dunmcrcial city from which of lh), Con toy prisoners, which,has not
members and it. great
to deliver upjCre of their j. actually wantonly perpetrated, and if the Isthmus, soto connect ut that point the
wasted two month.ot theokAttng,fajr> l dertd to I leave the unconditionally when General or- Atlantic\ with the Pacific ocean and the protection the Post-olfico! Department draws a larger been acceded to.,
for the country of thoso amount by many; thousands than the whole Unlcs arrival should within afew day,
of the;year in negotiating accomplish. Twiijrffstirrtarrived', theM is scarcely doubt engaged in'llthe| enterprise For an ;; .:
Inept of thlllOle object. But this is not the that they would have promptly done M. A-s it thli the treaty specifically provides.: This c )St of mall transportation in this State, is bring news of a chang 'of purpose on the part

worst.these assassins were expressly informed, is nowthy feel that thn have protection, .or any portion it is to be only .subjected, and.jjenurally the most unfavorable of the Captain General, after the receipt and '.
that in case they complied with this demand, I I title ant t that portion: of Florida acquired which General a np.wI furnished by the United States in tho event of' period ltothis great inconvenience, merely. presentation by General Campbell i of his official 1.

they would be permitted to remain in undistur- Worth soccncrwwlr lie stowed them. Out of its being called for by the Mexican Govern- because the Government is! ton im-Ilicicnt, or iispatchcs, I the President will make a positive -
bed possession of that portion of the Slate tfJflnnda the 130 murderer whocontituted ment. indifferent, to require 1\ few petty contractor demand fir their liberation. The Vixen t t '
from which this same administration they madethe heavy sacrifice Iti case of a future diffict-1 y Between the to keep re-lays of horses,' 01 compel railroad is now fined out for the purpose, and "

lead just pledged itself to Florida commissioners three to the horrid fate of being ofxurrcnderini transported inn Mexican Government and the grantees, the corn pa nic+ to repair their tracks und dischargetheir Commodorebeing Morrn, or Cnmm..doreVorrinft.: -
be contracla. And yet our nvml.cr.s of Congress ton, will be sent out to um j the command of
that they should if necessary be forcibly steamer to Arkansas, and there.tct at liberty.In .- matter i is to referred to disinterested arbitrators us> ,
removed. Influenced by this promise, the Indians consideration of this vast concession' ,, 'hiHC: award shall be tin il. If a loss are silent '.upon this uieit :grievance tho squadron.

after having wasted two months of the their part they obtained positive assurance that on of the privilege result from ,the decision nf tho This utter indifference mi I the hart ot the Federal The President' will nol permit New Mexicoto

most precious season of the leardelivered up they would never b* ditturbed..tt ev hrrj arbitrators, it is to be sold at public auction Government to the wants of the South be overrun or taken pususion, of by Texasuntil ,,
.brcc of the murderers,- he been subsequently R!, ured they would "never the product\ tif the sale to bo delivered to the shows itself in all the mail arrangements.; Congress has decided that .territory, .

first time, delicately intimated. them that bo removed by force," and in rorrphomtion of liners of the privilege! I" The beautiful and populous region along the does!' not belong to the United States. 4 "
richest of the
was ierirou that they should No Government or foreigtv corporation can t Mis.Jcsippi-the i i portion United instated and doubtless! /
government; these assurances they have recently seen depart :I mail but twice a, week. At thol.Nurth Measures! will be ,
The Indians, naturally felt acquire the' privilege which ouly private individuals States-has a the Cuban'' ; > "
emigrate. very from the country a whole regiment; of I 1 population and nourishing: indictments found against expedi :
ndignnntat the deceptIOn which hud just been troops which had been sent down here to dry- can purchase. |I! St"Clion so would-large require and would obtain too f tionists in New York, as against those .of.
irncticed on them, and premplorily refused to nurse them. The contributions or tolls imposed on the a New Orleans.: ,
cove the couniry, stating as a reason,that"theeral ; It U now'oerrectlv evident that the people of I citizens officers and property of the United In mail daily. There are many which other e\'Ustm.
had lied to them." What did able States of the North, shall be the same and no I der which the,State suffers we have I
, our Florida have nothing expect from the stupid mention, but which manifest a The Braford (Va.) Gazette gives this neat ,
nod holiest Secretary. of war do next; Why blundering faithless men who, superintend and higher than tbuse imposed OP i he officers, citi t put nnw lime to four interest on the epigram, "Married in Corinth. by, the Rev.,
be next perpetrated a grow, and stuped actf direct our Indian relations, and that.we must zens tnd property of the United States: of Mexico culpable neglect ; part Hoinx: MARTII,' Mr. LOAMNI HALE: Ho Miss: .
iqtbe. people of Florida by writingto look But all the products of soil or industryof of ou; prcte'lt3.tl LEVISA Tssar both of C. <
perfidy to ojr own Legislature' to it only for to our text. we must crater our>> ,
the commanding General that; in no event the removal of that incubus which has for so Mexico ehajl pass sat rates one fifth less But, to in return advance.3panat !the justuc:; and tare '+ When SOLON called them man and wit* ,
should the Indians be/wrcrf to leave the coun- many years paralised our energies and inped- than those imposed on the same of production protest the of Lows-! LETWA railed her veil ;
present population
of the United States ot'the North. fleas of taking .
This intelligence, so gratifying to the.adi ed in her husband's eyes!
our Orleans '
l' progress. It is agreed that the Govt. or Mexico shall iana and especially of New ,. as a .
.. *" prpcl irncd "open mouthed" Exclaimed,"Lo .".1 Halt ? \
asarrned shall the views recently of
**. now quote communicated basis to determine our ratio repreJenution. | I
concede the but
n at it' and no doubt had its effect : to me on this subject,, by an officer of have power to same not The population of New Orleans! at "
council which greater privileges f\than\ those which are here There has been a 6re in Philadelphia, .
had great !
i assembled
tIIo graod a the army'.who has had, long experience in the least one-third less than It is aD '
i is at
n in its.favor and thai of the United present and half of

af\er..rdJ. The Indians stipulated : The loss iseslimatedat a a
as was to Florida war, and in whose judgement I have and January. We do not refer to | .
ot the North of the December
to or more
Texpected,took the government at its word, the utmost confidence. anyone floatinbut to the real population of the dollars. "
commercial nations of the world or their the : .
bavin the choice offered them either tor' <"As soon asi:,,your Legislature. meets, and tj t t-

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ttf I- ST.AUGUSTNE; ; :,I I j dom, and canvass "with siiicerilt/i the principles of our sister: iou uty, i1lsboro', expressed in 5.. T1z 11m. D. L. Yulee: Always consistentas I By John J/. -Fontane-The memory ,.' !
I involved." i iI their late of "I
irecting on J he subject.He John C. Calhuun the
I : ; services-
Democrat and the bes he
It: Saturday Augimt IP, 185O.TOR a always true, to has I
: I The "past policy" of Mr. Van: Buren was'contitwrJ hate Resoltedunanimausly, That we heartily rendered his country be ever remembered .
interests of his and South.
titwnts thi
1 ? | T : concur i in the Resolutions adopted at. said con and serve as :a beacon hereafter for guide't.. -
RESs. j to the satistaclion ;:f thej St. Augustine -
!meeting and shall request.our Representatives 6. 'Thillm. Jackson Morton:The Southern (Drank stantlini; and in silence.) ,
I i JOHN! BEARD, OF LEON CO. Whigs at leu.vt until in the Fail of 1840, m the next State to exert their B. ; '
Legislature, whose above E.
: t""..a.itx=:.-; -.- --_ _- Whig l>.atriotUm elevates. him By Dupont- C. ,Calhoun : Mj :
I : Democrats --- -------- when the loss of un ottice of one ofthem,: worth best,efforts, to carry out the' wishes expressed mere considerations i of v.arty- a nil pronipts.him the .spirit of this great Statesman still) hover "

j to your Post! fiVe dollars a day, "measure, irreconcilable": by said meeting. look ; about us to guide and i.nfIuenccthe councils _
to rather the
to pood of hid
L Recollect) the J/reting Ihis evening at tile "with the and extension of her pros ,I, Recited, Thatacopy pf these proceedings be country. 'or{ (country. .
; I published in 7. The < fVt. ZACHARY TAYLOR : '
; the Florida Papers. rTJem"1! j ('harles
: ly Iiaagcr-Thie Democratic
: RrnUinl I
Kfxiin "
; untlor thn Ancient fity, nffir. peril caused nn "examination with freedom"on
) ARTHER GINN, (Drunk standi: ;4 '.:.
., Every Democrat is pooled Business >l importance behalf of some ,!f IN supporters ; nnd in .' Chairman. ,. I 8. The U. S. .{/:<<1IIJ1j/vr JS'urihzrn: District :: F. (C. Humphreys-lion David: I.. Yule?:

J I I 't. will be presented. A full attendance ''canraing trill sincerity the o) es pf not a few H. A. Ca.uE'Scc'retary, However his, rC\I1trs nnv hbor t<> disparate: _
of Tbria'a: A Federal officer firm iu his devotion ,
; is requested 'I were Itewitchingly turned towards:: Washington Fort,.Mellon, July 31 1850. "his recent course in th'i I Senate," it his MV># ,
to the.South-u trarluss ntul able a *vo- "filled! tin of the I
\ measure i.xpecatiun.s"nLj: -
;( ,',, 17 The Kevil .lr. Lr.rlIf Marion circuit from whence the prospects of the Presi- Great Mass,Meeting !ii! cate ofth'e' ;Xashvillfe Convention. fijjends anJ J given: thtm strong ndihtu; ,;: ti: ?.

I :. \ iI1, preach fn the .11 thtll1i! i f'huirh, on the ,1 '11Ii:11 election between Mr. Van, Burcn and .. BARBECUE TO MAJ. JOHN BEARD. 9. The Ccuntias rf $!. John mz.l 'l.tnllll : }. ground of assurance that their: c-oniiJetio; )n .I
; ;: t William Henry Harrison was to be heralded | him fns been fitly and safely rl'I'7 *
: morning and CvLs1ingofto.fluLrotv. the The family IKS between them arc not yet **' --!)js
I r) ;! T sufficiently in advance of anj. announcement! According to previous arrangement ; i i .wfll deserved: popularity; in FloridaA: .)"r"
I STATE LEGISLATURE. admit Democrats of St. Johns County assembled on wholly .svertid--riiiy: their remaining action | *(;r1I'S' In thfVhigs.. -
to of onlen from the Delegate, '
S I TheVhitd! in Duval County, have nominated to the,trimming. of the News and its friendsin the third instant, nt Ihe House owned by ( yJ. together he characterized by' the unanimity liy: A. J. Ptillici: Jaks.ollvjJft-.11.tjor;

: \ I 1 P.. 'uddin lon for the Senate, nnd James G. IltttiniEETs, on the nest side of St. S Las- of I former days! arid when ..the daughter goes ; John IJean; : 11'' deel'.1 h.j will. do justice! to : ,
time I to save n distance. The order arrivedthe i llio -
people ot Fuiiia-naa: : .
:; r \\'. Bryant and-Plummet for the House. (Ian River to testify in person to Mnj. BEAHU,. forth to bfcciue the AJistress 2 : crt! a separate State } 11t s.vr-ep "the
I canvassed ami
"principles were instantly carry a majority: which! it'unsatis; i ,
r. their, nearly approval of the choice that has household. may she not.forget the wholesome factory: to his ilirjll! :
; !be
I "with sincerity:and the conversion the News entirely: Convincing -
I lndianslndians,! 1 !"! I Indians!tit.! and its the been mode of him as the Standard bearer of political teachings received from the mother i to them. .

f .\ L\: U. Wo nrp to1dby n gentleman lately conno :lcd of MlXMizen"was!Whig supporters as sudden, to use if miraculous: language the party at the approaching Election; and ,I 10. The llth. Senatorial District : Always American By John in principles C. rtlnJ\"n-and Native., Floridians:. i,

: with the army at Indian U \'cr, who never, on any 'occasion have we seen so vast:: Democratic. feelings, may they
came 1 1II.
pas as that of St. (Juul.Ve mean sudden and I prove true in scar and peace to the government
r I'R'n pr in the a concourse of the bone and sinew ofour county Our Guest The unanimous choice of I
Jfonmotufuhat !
: (:en. Twiggs has miraculous to those not in the secret. From, : no matter with what nation we may;be> '

t i : '-. formally announced to ho officers: of his com- I this moment Harrison, undiTyler' was .seen at I or witnesse: aught like the warmth of ent the Democracy of our Slate' for Candidate to cnKncoo., -

t i mnnd, that the deierminiiion i>f the' jrovcrn- i 1he head of the' News and. the '.Flag, 'waving I husialm'in the Peopl .s dause'which was. there t ongreu.: ,'J In his firmness, we Have every confidence .., .tBy Capt Joseph,Andrew-Our WbigsfriendofSu .

r 1: r. ment (All officiftlly communicated to him) !is from head quarters.: This paper and party, manifested.So in his well known industry! energy individual Johns County :*lf the character of tho
t : f that unless the Indians great was :the throng and so busy its and have selected at their late 4tb, of July
can be \ ; perseverance ample assurance
: peaceably removed that up to that time had been supporting Barbecue, to sound the praise of the party's .

<: 1 !they trill I not .removed. at nil.. Administration of Blr. Van Burep suddenly movements that it was impossible to ascertain that ejected our interests will be confidedto "integrity and honesty is to be considered

i turn Iheir coats nnd go for Tippecon'oo and its exact numerical amount;but we are assured the cure of a watchful sentinel, and in the n fair sample or taken as evidence of the extent ...

The Indians. by gentlemen who were present and made ei- hands of an able ant! faithful agent. to which those virtues exist among them
1'1 I ItT then
too. Florida being a Territory
The U. 8. Heaven and mend them! ,.
: Steamer Monmouth from Indian forts to count that they succeeded so far as to This sentiment received help <
vote in the Presidential election but if one prolonged *
I Kivcr arrived no Uy a Itup.st-Thu t. Augustine; Whig(
on Thursday of this week.
warranted there have
.f 'he ow remaining Troops are ordered into could but Imvo heard the shoutrOf,thcso fleers: feel to say acclamation, after which, Maj. Beard rose nnd stop busincM in Congress : to Turn even

5 > bummer! Quarters, to await orders,for someotlier from Mr. Van Burcit'sjMJspolicy'ho :would have been; in addition to many strangers, who gave addressed the company in a pertinent and hap Democrat out of if* when will that be effected t

\ t.".": (../, ( .X"1fhc 'ndia'w having dceid ltd they unmanned she had: a thousand: voices. Whether their gratifying presence considerably more pily timed speech, of considerable length, in By John Andrew Senr.-The Hon. E. C.
t:' not, go unless mnovcd force than two hundred qualified voters besides Cabell : if"his deed V are"rscorrWw tke heart
by our the motive for tergiversation is, herein correctly ; which he with an evident knowledge. of the
of let the record
whig" remain until
sympathizing has h'auled down every his
government, crowds of who the
,f' Fluff, "The Indians must by rcmfvcd set forth or not/certain it is and, no large youngsters! inheriting subject traced the history parties in our country ,light be put out, as he, has extinguished min .

I peaceably! if we can forcibly if wo must." The Whig in St., Augustine cnn dcny, that the right: principles, will in a very short time; give from their commencement, up to the present By Blr. Martin CanoYD- casualidad ha _

l iirce, is,ended, nnd what is to be domi f now ? A"eifand many of the' individuals:now\;of that their aid to the good cause Democracy. day, and drew a comparison between 'dado a i la nacion un Presidente! Whig" quo so

e r'-'ler our readers! to a Communication on Administration of Jlfr The repast was more than abundant, and so their policy showing and demonstrating a difference :aprovechen ahora los Whigs, pues otrus jamas .
1 this party supported )Jhe ; '
subject!; on our first 'pnge as also; to the \ far as the style cooking is concerned decidedly of'which the Democratic Party I tendran. '/ V. il
\ proceedings' ot a in Count Van Buren. Asc)1e to Ihem nil the :firmest conviction may __ -
and meeting Orange ,the richest and most toothsome thing well be proud, and concluded with the following i
of ,
'_ some w'*ki ago we published the rHO. and honesty of motive immaginable, 'I Epitome News
< cceding of of the kind of which we have ever partaken. l sentiment I
; ,hu Hillsborough Meeting\ from are they not a pretty set to talk against others I Mr. Conrad of Louisiana,u appointed in the

legislature which:it will, be seen that the action of the next fir changing and.about reward's for aposlaoy Old St. Johns may safely boast, of having By Bfaj. Beard-The city ofSt. Augustine : :I Cabinet in the place of Mr. Pearce'declining.
will, be invoked. We had hoped the her citizens only hot of
not a goodly
\Whigs would havH fulfilled one of their promises L this: island ns I among staunch and incorruptible Democrats, who Yormtrty famous for her power to repel her Lieut. Maury' says that the new planet,

but alas, our citizens! are again left in despnir, CIlU 1 U, NO. 6. enemies, now distinguished for qualities that I Parthenope, discovered by tf. Gsjpcriz, o( ..
be out-done the Ballot Box' but
our I not nt
prayer wowM be lend ut Cot. Ilnrney ho A miting; .ill "A Denizen of the Ancient may attract her friends : may her future prosperity Naples, has been observed at Washington, by

will[ do the work no mistake but as the sym : CI,)" says io, bo trui% what is there in the some good convivial fellows, 'who cannot be surpass her former vigor,and equal: her present Mr. J. crgu..Jn. It resembles altar of aha '
pItl IIOIt now days are ull with! o negroes and I easily beaten in the art and mystery of barlecuing. ,
i' inoians: nod thuarmy is required for: shoot I \yiu1e statement to show that Majj BEARD was ) hospitality. I tenth magnitude. This if tho eleventh in the .

ing:rt-xlans and plundering the $uthlhf're: is, not und till isnot n Democrat and that hit", News Volunteer Toasts I I family asteroids,,and the seventh within the

o no no|,abut anolr.elveI: : We bchevc\laoId'nn! : ,$ I:did .not tell the truth. Thousands of as pood The utmost harmony and order prevailed By. J. W. Cogdell, (a guest-Union : last five years.

I never ,:will be removed until l it is donu) by lh j Democrats as there arc in tin United f't:iejvted : j throughout,and at on early hour the company Whether of State or Individuals, most anxiously It is stated that in the neighborhood of Her-
\ $tate, and ,lit i is useless for the State to attempt I II separated well pleased with tho doings and to be desired and .
: Harrison and lire carefully preserved Mo '
both fur the
Taylor, one mon,
production wine
to remove thomas ; ... will
the Federal year
long as :government enjoyments of thd day resolved to make other
continue nominated'.ns a Democratic Whi nd the other happiness, equality, and advancement be nearly150,000 '
I supplying! them with iiriris and I : ( gallons. _
effective oiiythe
i means of dcfl'nce.Vhere is Mr. CabelJ,t What I I I ns the Peoples man.: No one pretends to deny and showings strength aretho result of it ; but sedulously to be avoided There has: recently been a severe jmd destructive .-

r explanation docs ho give ? We have.been told I IJ' hut that both these Presidents, wciu: elected monday of October.We when wrong, injustice' and oppression storm along the Atlantic from Wilmington ,
I ttintwilh this Whig government Mr.: Cabell I give below an abstract of the proceedings form the links of the chain. -
recruits from the Democratic to
regular Connecticut.
,.ppu ; was all pow'rful.l.ns; his'jlilefltvHCC' been by I, as: it has been furnished to us for publica '
JIlL Parsons
,J' Van Burcn By (a guest-) Augustine Tho
M t raisedIt. willfoo remembered our citizens: I II South Carolina refused to vote for, lint Archbishop of Lomburg has prohibit!
I : that at a )public raw-ting held last Full in the' in 1S40, nnd! cast her vote for Bfangum nnd I.. !: and St. Johns, tho ancient City and his clergy from wearing; long hair like the ,

I I\ Court.House- the CiIV.ol'$t.\ujU\line! on the Tyler, will any one say that South Carolina Tho following are the letter of-invitation oldest County: : May they a I way H maintain peasants and from smnkin in like

f .tubjnct of thu Indians,that Mr. Cubell .then anti! ? Southern to Maj. Beard and! his reply. their position in the (rout rank of Democracy. public
f i is nut Democratic Surely no man demagogues ami son of Delia! "
theru Stated that ho spoke l fur the government ST. AUGUSTINE:, 23d July., 1850. By S. G. Roger of Apalachicola ,
I !| will blame: Maj. BEARD, or any other man for (a guest) BJ Cotton
and goods .
manufactured .
us ono having, authority' so to fpcafc "when To MAJOR Juiix BEARD ; in Alabamn .*** 4.
Thu Florida'
he said: Tho 1IIl.lianuihouitl be removed, nnd not voting for Mr. Van Buren, and wo say Democracy : Not so juvenilebut have been recentlysold in the Boston 1

that he Mr. Cabell, would see ihat it teas'done.!! I (speaking' (for ourselves only) woj trust it may: Dear Sir: Your Democratic friends of St. it boasts "n nrd" which it i is too proud market, right next to Lowell.

t Johns! county have arranged for a Barbecue, of to "cut" and which is likely to turn the
; Win* iv ''Dtnl.i turn out thai Maj. BKARD was opposed the There are 40,000 political: the.prisons
: arc to believe prisoners in
; \ to take place on the 3d of next month at edge of "Whig Razor" that
i m" ,who writes catlon." election of Vim Buren and'rejoiccil in, the"Uo any may at Naples.
com lI..n
4 t Air, on the West Bank of the St. Sebastian it. _
to tint of if Power in Pannpfy, and the Triumph ofi Thu population of France
Sentinel, or the ,
organ according to
I River at which it is the ardent wish of all that nn au-
By E. Shortill, of New York, (a guest ) I
.. the Whig parly of East Florida ? Pur:1' Whig Principles in the eleftttum.! of General should bo and in'' discharge of thoritive estimate, iv nearly thirty six millions
present ;
When Maj.. BEARD was appointed to oflico \ William Henry, //arn>>/i III the Presidency of'the you Democratic Republicanism :. The only safe'. There has been a great fire i in Oswego N.
fellow citizens ,
the assigned to us by our ,
\ duty principles to out tho provisions of the
jn 1812. The ,NI."IDS then Whig paper<< and \ Uiiilttt States" as i ifr stated I !by "D"cl1Izem. No wo have the pleasure ()communicating to you Constitution.carry Y. The low U probably a half a million of

the only organ; of the Whig party in Bast. Florida Democrat: has cVtr regretted x'oting( for John dollars. -
1 that wish nnd of asking :o unite as the .
l i / with a, considerable flourish of trumpets Tyler, ai'd ifin him we had: "!'lJrr IVhig Prin you By Cot. Crowder, of Goirgia, (it gur.stThe )- Accounts from Texas that
4 { ,of the in tho festivities ot the 00- represent armed
guest party citizens of St. Augustine A sociable
I complains of the appointment and takes; tho ciplt*" w( trust we may: have fresh supply casion.We : bands of Indians committing depredation Ion -
I donate;to ta-k in the following language." I ol the same Principles in .Fillinore. Our readcrs -. and hospitable people. the Rio Grande. Lieut. Underwood
are, very respectfully truly, Tho President then read communicationsfrom in.a.
I "This<< snmu Senate turns: round! and! procures will ohs rvu'thllt the language attributed skirmish with them, had seven !
: woundril
I Your friends and obt. servts. Fraser : men
h the, nomination of another Democrat, MJIJ. to Maj BEAUD'S resolution "Pure: Whig Pnnciplrs" Philip Esq. of JUbOlivilo! and and two killed. The loss of the Indians

f HEARD,and confirms his nominal ion unanimously I the principles of 177u, not the principles GEO.MATHEW )1 our fellow townsman Geo. L. Phillips, ,E. q. much greater. wai, 3

I\ .1 : disregarding his DEMOCRATIC" : pRi.tcin.Ks:' :! ofhigs as, baptized by James Watson r C. BRAVO SOLANA'l I I Ir known among his Democratic friends: by the: Secretary Cor win has appointed Frau: '. ( 1fc

which we' arc warranted in saying! WEREVEU.. I| Webb. J. M. : I Committtt. amiliar sobriquet.of "OLD TOM SrARBOADj"both \v. I'urchcud!,flf Pa., late
paying clerk the
I 1i'NUTO TUB WHIG MAJORIT7 of that'body ". J Rrminiscnces, arc Ileminiscnces, and our P. BENET, commucicalion4 were accompanied by House, to a clerkship in the to 1
t I' F. C. HUMPHREYS, J sentiments, and that 'of "OLD TOM" was replete Treasury Depart 1V
to'all they can
This same Maj. BEARD is: now the Democrat j Whig opponents: are welcome '%TM. 1IANHAM, rnt.

: ic Candidate. A writer. in the Sentinel from I make out of the fact, if' il Khould urn out cur with good: humor, racy wit, and instructive : Navigating the Air.
TaggarJ made
f St. tho I I BEARD over the defeat L ST. AUGUSTINE, July 25th, 1850. political suggestions.
r Augustine under signature of" A Denizen i reel, that Maj. rejoiced another successful ascension with his self

: of the Ancient City" would! fain inik |H.O- i of Mr I Van Buren. t GEXTLEUEX:' : I have received, and with By F. P. Ferreira-The American Union :: pelling balloon, on pmc.,7\
,_ The true and only basis uf Freedom to the Monday afternoon, from
i ,: pie believe that the :AViw did not lelljhe;! truth I -_hal_-- against'T.Vi" I'fthand pleasure accept, the invitation of my Democratic American people-the beacon.li ight freedom; Lowell, Mas*.,ascending to a great: !icihr.After .-

t Ii. when it :said: : the Maj. was a () ,mlcr. r rVell, The right cornsr friends of St. Johns: County to partake to the world, may it be-perpetual.: floating in difL'rcnt direction; fur above

l :._ 11 say: the least of it, it suited the purposes of earner. with them of a Barbecue. I By C Humphreys, Pnuidcni of the d:1Y- two hours, he landed

$i' ttmVh'i s in 1842, to !any he was a Democrat CRUMB, NO.7. \ St. Johns County, and i its ancient city, are I Thu Constitution, (unimpaired) and the Union pells his balloon in the Wilmington.. He pro-
In the left hand corner of tim I second page : They must titusunit., or ceajctocxht. course desired by work-
; then, and ft'suits their n n0 in ho I endeared associations 1 shall ing crank
purposes < say tome by many ; a which pu'Uin
: motion
of the Sentinel of3oth, July. The Editor says tho; necessary -
was not 4 Democrat. Tins i ii but remember with emotions the 'Old Tom Starboard"
another example ever grateful By long pull, a paddles or fiti.r.
indomitable I who
; ".it that time the Mr! "ivy,
,: _S of "Whig i consistency" so we will (put by an ingenious system of pulling, by articles kindness. that I have here experienced since \ strong Jolm pull'arlUccc an J a pull to ait him.\ :!ciher n fut 'aUaJur Peon slavery in Jf-xicdw i thus dcscribc.1' by

It, down as! I first'arrival, twelve years ago ; nnd, hilst I s letter writeat 'I're
w written IH the Slate and PROCURED TC BE, PUBLISHED my i Uf illiithew 1b.J.-Thc Nashville Convention Klg0 ;.on the Rio Gran
S 1 CRUMB. NO. 5: I live, I cannot cease to feel u deep intend..m: de. -
BY LEADING! FRISTS:' OUT OF IT, had aclll- : The painots who composed it have !Jr- .
I In 1S3S while the good people of (tbe Territory whatever concerns a community from \vhfch.j:1 .'rt..l k.uiiofablu Uii of
nlly been swollen in the public :estimation to : us: nil! compromise, tile "Anybody nV :kin* class! can be sold
I of Florida and of the City of St. Augustine : Solon." Measure for I I I have received nought but evidence\ .Hf( [good i I vkiiuij :Iim* pJ 36J) 3D') ihv! ultimatum"o which iord'btm; Mexico'; axed thfc
tho dimensions of, a c pur -receive.
.. the South will .
oiily ujjrofj.B.v
: in particular, were weekly feasted! from will. I ,, the worst fare and
If ensure. On the ri hi hand of,the same page I 1 I John Ll/. Fuma'iKHon.. I). I.. 1'ulce : hardest treatment or'aoy
y the "Florida Herald and Southern Democrat) tender gentlemen, and th .-*
I to; ) slaves of
pm 'I this
; you
will bo fo ind the following, copied from n' An atIlt.: Cliampion c-t iiiii.jii> li :Lt$). continentVP.u. ) they get this t> ,
our .good consistent whig* then "acting" Democrats Ifotl'tng print 'rubli h.J mil tf the State. represent, my regard and my best: wfchcs.Respectfully ; fly\ AiiUiitio .'\h'ul't.-Tl.: r fu.Jiii.ny of the 1 si-i* ()f th. rivcr they should( be /re -. hut

: __ not liking its motto "principles. and the "Mr.; John Beard has bcen selected as the your friend author, 'of "yankwe dIJ4.>tUt! ;.' -(D ,th:! ;ers::>>) often tOO hirnidn.1.{ i ignorant, especially: !! are the .j
nnd from divers other And obedient. servant, By-F. J. Q.uiiiy-.J.ur Can'dui.-ita for Congress -
people" good causes not ltrmocWlic'ctlluliclate for Congress in Florida, wcmor.) avail therniolye4 of trie f-ict. .
exactly' writable, under the auspices of 41 whig in opposition to Mr. Cabell the Whig candi. I JOHN BEARD.To .l/.tj. John: C-.arJ: : Ti y Leai) ; *ormy have "They ,. :well .
; confidence j iu. \t.\* .1+tMr :ami .Jdill! Ujt iho arc quit P.; ;;>ct.tfuJ":: '.'
leadcrwhom; : we cannot better describe than date. Wo suspect Mr. Beard will be shaved Messrs. Mathew Solatia, Geo. Center, $n ; anice
Whigs f-u? l him fur hi 'stoti: i of thos subject tomomoxirtH: > .;a.l-l ,
is done, in the following toast given at Whig closo enough by the time gets, : through.-. Pedro Bend, F. C Humphreys, C.. Bravo, J. qualities.By fewer comforts than our r ',rinc_
'l\ skrgtcr.( ) Republican. netjroftaTheir
i Barbaquu on the Western bank of.the St. Sebastian M. Gould, \VilliamIL'mhnm.I; I Jas. /if. GoulJ-S:. Augustino : The Cit. downcast air, i is in : ,
It is to be hoped the friends of "Ir. Cabell strange
River, on the 4th of July, 181 t.t} At two o'clock the board was spread with adel of Democracy of I'hjriiia-may the re- cheerful contract .?ith thecycr !

will nut procure a burst. and the I nort of her sunriaU LMIH., incut__ with. :,t "_"r'I'........' j. Peter S. Smitn : "A and its choke viands, sat down, 'a---- - --- n n. v -
: General good company '
I __ .. .. I ponding; rcspousu by tho.sunvjguncola (; at hi1sa.. their singing has the wail ,death: in .It'i| s.'avr:
I 'J 1!' true Native American Ilepub,ican"trtryinch MEETING IN ORANGE COUNTY.At Col: G. HUMPHREYS, presiding assisted by on election lay ia October u ':(I. melancholy po t's.:" '- :

nnJ firm of the Constitution a-large and respectable meeting of Ihe Col. F. L. DAKCT MAJ NORTOS and
a whig, .u upholder, Capt. By S. Manucy-Major John Beard: The Prfc.siuTentFilImorear.d! all
: and Laws: of our (country" established citizens Orange County, convened at Mel- .,Glinski as vice Presidents. The dinner overt' calumnies: the Whigs show their dread of his Cabinet the members of
lonville for the purpose of expressing an opinion are Lawyers.
and him, and afford quit6 sutf.cient' evidence, if -
I ;.i I paper called The News" asH in relation to the Indians now remaining. the following regular; volunteer toasts were were wanting his Democratic soundness any ,

stated in its Prospectus date the A. Ginn was called to the and drunk. DOlfJUS III CO GBESS.
: : (bearing in this State Esq", given and tho result, of the coming contest will pain

L J9th Oct. ofl that year,) it was 'to send forth ch'tir. nebular; Toasts. fully demonstrate! to them the truth ot the sad Com spon&nc* ffthe Charleston Jews.
On motion of Dr. A. S. Spear, H. A. Crane I. ()Country. W A' Il'fG'1'OS. July, nth
I a healthful :and, vigorous feeling, by a warm forebodings they have of his triumph in it. Owing to the dS
was appointed Secretary. Federal Constitution : Its provisions' of the of
advocacy: of The, cause f correct Principles On Jl/otionof Dr.Gt.'O.}:.IIn\vcs, a committeewas By F.C.Humphrcys own State: wheedled Jlr. Khig.oC Massachusetts, both branchesof

1 i I THE TRUTH morals" And as the Prospectus appointed draft resolutions expressive and principles,'Jsccure the indefeasible rightof into .giving her vote for the arch abolition' Congress have adjourned to Monday. .

.: further states "h POLITICS,the Editor will, the (ting of thu mccttnir, whereupon Dr. private property and pledge an equality in 1st Millard Fillmore : may she not hive grievous In the Senate, the credentials' of Mr. 'Ewing,
Johd J. O. Duval, Har- all sections within its reach cause ,to regret that misuse of the right of appointed to fill the
the administration of Mr. VAM BUBIIT, G E. Hawes, Hughs, public interests to place of Mr., Corwin were-
"support vy A. Crane: were appointed by tho chair as i 3. The Union : It can only be'preserved by suffrage,and to cry out in bitterness of spirit, presented, and ho took his seat. Thii will
shall continue
he advance
"so long as ; to the that she has had more than her ill of him. make an additional

1 "interests of,the country, by a continuance of hit The said committee.committee after due consideration offered a faithful observance of. the guarantees of the By A. F. Gould-The Committee of ,Arrangement kniso bill, and accounts vote for against the. anxiety the Coroprc-of Mr.

Should he however Constitution. : They hit the cu* exactly. For a.&tmIths'only Clay to dispose of the
";*jtf policy, urge upon the following report. ; measure .last night. lit. ,
cue is a Barber 1
t I the "people, ,measures]irreconcilable with the Entertaining tho same opinions in relation 4. Florida : Convinced oCher, error,she will By. E. J. Medecis-May: tho cue. Ewing will of course, now claim: his right, of

I/ "and extension of her prosperity, ho to the immediate! ; removal p.fthe Seminole Indians return to her first political love-she must and Banner unfurl its folds and wave Democratic making a sp Ch on the subject: in which he
freely over will
4 progress I from the Stale of }Florida as the citizens I i will be redeemed.. defenJ.1tfie P0-1,1,0 of tho hUk resident, so
I I will be among "Ihe. first toexamine' with free- the State of Florida and the Union. that the debate wtll/ih aH, probabiliiy,. be con.

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,. tinued for'another tweck. Meanwhile, the first Monday in September next. The house 1' dressed to bis Goxernment not intended 'for A-n -Ordlnauce- prohibit the firing oiU'un :!tjotice -is'hereby--, -- -given- that -six months- ai:..r

successor of Mr. Webster will Arrive, without I refused to suspend the rules.. I publication, (but accipftntally nenr with otherto 1Jl or other firearms Squibs. Crackers and othei Lt date we will present to the Judge of Probate

doubt, making another vote adversu to the Mr. Petter made an ineffectual: motion ts> Congress;) in which HOmo opinioH was ex combustible and Indamablc Instrument and) .Vale- of $t. John County for settlement and 'allowance.

f measure. A* (or Air. Cluy.liu health i is dc I have the bill reducing 'thu rates of postage I prt'n-H-d: us to the disposition of a particular! rials within the limits of the city of St. Augustine.Sec. our account as Executor's. of the Last Will ami

dining so rapidly that tie will probably leave I made thu special order for the 2d Monday, 1 portion ot that population; at which th-ry tuokso 1. Be it ordained by tAe Mayor and Aldrrmrn Testament of Miry Keyes, deceased and as' Testamentary -

the city on Monday or Tuesday, leaving the August next, und fur each pay thereafter until I much orttMice, us tothrenten pt'r ou..1 veng-- of the city of St Auguttines!in Council A temllfd. Guardian of hcsr children and further noticeis

bill to Hike care of it -elf. In this state of disposed ot o Lance Hpiiust him-a threat which$ however\ That from and after the passage of this Ordin- hereby given that we will at the.',-same time. apply

things thet{' can be no prospect of an imml Ji- On motion of Mr. White,. the rules.weru *tsc- the refrained from putting in execution. I aanee, shall not be lawful for any person or per- to the said Judge, for our final discharge! a* such Executor's -

atu vote otrltre bill, !Jt) thnt all idea of fixing peiuiod and the House resolved itself into Coin! So far from G"n.Compbell'.leuvcCJI absence! om, to discharge or fire off.any gun or guns, or oth- and Guardians.FOCSTIXO .
er firearm., within the Chartered Limits of said Tmv and GuardianBiETOLoOtuvtRKs ,
i city; Exec Ttn'ry
the day adjournment is abandoned! viittee of the Whole, (Mr. .IJnyd in the chiir.: ) being founded upon any disatifiiction with and of ,
thu provisions Gunrdian.
There i is still much! Juipointincnt: ihat }Ir. his official ony person or person violating tJtf': ( and Test'ry
: California
The Chair announced l that! the or personal conduct it was directly this Onlidance shatybe subjected tu a fine of Five Hy G. N. PAI-V; AgentS .
ramlre loes! not &en
his intended course; but it is now evident that 'Mr. Ht\'lymo\c.J: : to lay that subject aside<< being Kuch a* mus have been as grateful See 2. Be further ordained by the authority a- --

he will tn:iko no in t ie. 'isjI: '.If hi i views until and tt) take Ut; ; the bill making' appropriations him as tIielcaveitselftoono i who had been for /jre..'d. Tint ifany person or persons shall within i I Notice. .

the Cumpr' ..rms t bill t'lnll' have: been liiully tor Revol!ut ionarv Pensioners. so.long a time engaged without a day s respitein the said chartered limit, fire discharge: or I let off any Six :Months after date I haU present:; my account ,

Ji'lr\I..hl! \ ()f Nr. I'. King raised thy! question of order bn the discharge. of tho ardeou.i'and various squibs, crackers,or other combustible or inflamable: and vouchers Administratrix of the 'eMateofCharles :

___J.jJ itf'.l f.f ML JJ tit}. tint: the wlinU- of the proposition.: ii uties'of the' U. States Consulate Havana. matters such person or persons shall be subject to a W. McMain,deceased V Judge .of Probate -

..----i ',.. A (.. -j-'ution: iiiHs!! can be disposed of ini Toe Chair uVjcidod it in order, and Mr. King Our knowledge of these lact$.:s derive, n not fill,'oflo've Dollars to be recovered before the Mayor of Alaehua County for n final settlement of .aid

."- ..-. ', ti .i!<'s w absurd, for members! on bv>lhii took an appeal.Tho !. '. from the Consul himself (though a friend of SEC. 3. Be it further ordained by the authority estate and shall at use >amc lime app'y! for letterf

: *<\ ., arc preparing: speeches, and it i ii:: well Committee by u vote ot 144 yeas to 12 more than thirty years standing,) but from aforesaid That if any Minor until viulite the provisions dismission as such Adniim-tratrix of which all persons.
interested in said estate will take noneMARY'*. J
of this Ordinance Finn herein hall '
, ]know; that the General Appropriation bill it* nays, sustained the Chair. unquestionable oflicial sources.. iniposfl : Mi:MAIN.,4dnmitratrix. .
be recovered of the of said minor.
: self never passed the House without at least amonth's Mr. T.' Steven!* understood this to boa move- parent orfeuardian .
From the Mercury. SEC. 4. Be it further ordained. That if any slave :\, "
ducussion. ment to killX'alifornia.The x
I June 1st. 1830.
shall violate the provisions of this Ordinanctb .
I Tho bill now pending, proposing to grant question was then taken, and the Committee THE MANATI. fines herein imposed shall In; recovered of the master -

land to cvery head ot a family, although a rejected the motion of Mr. Bnylv, and MESSRS, EDITORS: A living specimen of this' or mistress, or persona having charge of such Slave. TilE MAGNOLIA.: '
good Buncombe measure, i w of too prepnsier proceeded to the consideration of tho.Californiaquestion. very rare and interesting aniin.il having with- SEC. 5. Be further ordained. That it shall be THIS establishment the mo
OUI a character to command many vutex, andI in the last few days been brought to Charleston lawful for any person to make complaints of any violation ] ..situated of any in the Cir, liavms a romi-
prcsumcuftcr Ute escape of a little more cn- Mr. Mason moved that tho committee rise to ,and is now for thu first lima to be seen of this Ordinance,and that it shall be the ppe. node of 175 fri I lacing: S>uuth, nn a streetrunning

Ihusiasmjfrom! ,Western members in behalf of cnabln him to otTer in thu House u resolution 1 alive in our city, the following brief account I cial duty oftht' City Marshal to do' MO, who lllaal.. in parrallel with the River fcnd Ocean. consequently -

the "dear people," It will receive its quie providing that n committee thirty-one bo ap of its characterises may. not be unacceptable I such ca<>es be a competent witness not exposed to the ISorth &ast winds, baa

tus. It 1 lurclmy surprising to hear how pathethlcally pointed to report a bill or otherwise,as speedily to our citizens. SEC. 6. Be it further ordained, That nothing this last season undtrg<>n>- .thuroughrepnirs, nnd now
vies with Establishment in the Slate,Lo-
oino peoplo cun talk, as tho clec- as possible, for judicious adjustment, iti accordance The Manati belongs to a genus which in- hereiu contained shall be so construed as to 'preventthe any
lion caon approneoo. i with justice and the Constitution, of eludes about tiro species, some of which areas shooting.:of game along the margins of the tit. Sebastian ipg built of wood and perfectly exempt Invalids from. damie8o aria'-
f ( itself will recommend it
1 The bU grunting bounlf land to soldiers 1 all the matters involving the "dlavery Question yet tint well determined. They arefound River,78o': the United State troops or Mill- other The high reputaiioA tntf t IlousieBuet.in-: !
at the mouths ofJarge rivers in the hottest Ua of the Territory from firing their anna while in the "( :
the advanced connected with the admission of tJtates
of ihe war of 1813, owing" to as from its numerous guestit will be the present proprietress -
discharge of their duties and thaf
Hugo of the sessioncannot, it i in thought bo or the formation governments. for the territories parts Africa and America, such as the Senegal the' military wheneverin aim MRS. DAVU to sustain. The table Minyiplied
of the
opinion the firing off discharging
acted upon by the Senate. The French Spot United States. Amazon. Orinoco, and Indian Rivers, Mayor or with the choicest Game, Oysters and Fish

Nation Dill.and tho Postage Reform bill m $- The questiou was taken, and the committee living both'in fresh and "It -wnter,and venturing sidered any ntcessarytlie gun or fire arms foregoing by any person penalty shall shall be not con-be which our Forest and Waters abound,nnd nop.iin.-<

both bo deferred until next sciwion. As for I,refused to rise. several miles: into sea. Tae pre.-cm! S.H> incurred. will b spared to .nDk the visitors of tin's Jloue
tho fifteen hundred bills on the private calendar Mr. Marshall moved to strike from the California des (Manatus Amencanus) is the only one SEC. 7. Be further ordained, That all Ordinances pleased Bnd .

they will not bo touched, and thus snch compromise proposition, heretofore adopted found in North Americu.i A ppccies exists in heretofore passed, prohibiting the tiring of .'- Very ltfpclfuly.

claims go on accumulating from year to years the words "in the name sense and the tho rivers of'the Eastern coast of South America Guns Pistols, Squibs, Crackers and other combustible 'RESS.lr. .

until the claimants either die or give up their sumo understanding, us when that line waioriKinully but it has not yet be-nuetermined whether and inflammable instruments and materials with .Augustine., Jan. 1,1850.

demand in despair. It is true that Congress adopted a compromise line," und to it is identical with the one here referred to. in certain limits of the City of St...Augustine be, and Ac.
has dnce or twice talked about the appointment insert "prohibiting slavery north and permit The American Manati docs not feed on fishes are hereby repealed. Groceries' of Provblon., choice

of a Board of Commissioners for the adjust- ting it south of that line aforesaid, until the puo- but is altogether: herbivorous. I have not Passed the Tenth day of April J843- A Bak.very Pork Crackers Fth,uJr. lan.

meat of such claims, but ithas"always ended pie are ready to form a Slate constitution." yet had an opportunity of giving it a careful ABRAHAM DUPONT, .Mayor. Ceil chr. Cyprus ju discharged for-alebv
iatoflk.Mr.. Mr. Marshall said if that line was adopted, examination, but from what I have observed, Attest P B.i' DUMAS Clerk of the Council.A &1' D. K.CARR. .
steam I can scarcely doubt it will be removed from true copy C11 4.S. HA AtiKR, J
Penntojrton the originator ofthe ho wished to have everything in relation to it ) Choice Groccric
baloon,paid mo a visit thi morning, and ex- so defined and understood as to leave nothing the,family of the cataceans, where COVICR: und Sl. k Clerk of the Council. FINE- lot of Butter, Lard Cheese, tPtorted

), hibitod his model. He says that next week he for doubt or construction hereafter. other authors placed it, and be found tn bear --,.UJUstrIlC.. July 25. 1850.Notice. A Crackers, Ham, Bacon, Fish Smoked Bee

intends making a proposition to Congress to This proposition was discussed bv Messrs. a closer relationship to the seals (phocidtc.) and Fulton Market Beef.at .

purchase his .'patent njht of the sum of$5O,* i Seddon, McWillio and Sweetser. The qua There arc no canine teeth-there are eighteen. SIX weeks after date I shall apply to the Judge of retail. *. E. CARR.

O k' tion was taken,and tho proposition to amend molars above and: eighteen below. The head in and for the County of St. Lucie, for -- "J] Dried Apple*, &r.L

They 8U yet been no removals either was voted down by ayes 43; nays 91. is much rounded;nostrils situated near the end letters of Administration upon the eSla'te of K. M. K. ATES,Lemons. dried Alpkl. Almons, assorted -r

the Post Office or Treasury Department Mr. logo moved an amendment provding that of the muzzle, snout truncated, two mamma jl/uKRtsox, deed late ot'Mid County. I ,D Preserves,aborted l l1UY. Cl), ":c.,

though from the hearing granted to the numerous protection shall be given to slavery to south of on the breast, situated immediately below the WJLLIA.UF. RUSSELL. &e. for sale by B. E. CAr R.m .
the arms or flappers. It does not breathe throughgills June 22d.. .1850.. .
applicants those clerks who are opposed: Missouri compromise line. --- -- "- -- -- ----- -- "---------
to ,tho Administration will be dismissed. It Tnis was debated by Messrs. Inge,'Marshall like fishes. There; nro no spiracles, it Notice. Jlny Butter. "J .
was rumored yesterday that Major Hobble and Woodward, and. breathing through nostrils like the common h!IX weeks after date 1 shall apply to the Judge of '.%Y Butter Lat Lanl.*}A HamBeef Cod-
cow. It hairs like mustachios Probates in and for the fount of St. Lucie. for fiVi.! Sausages Mvra Bacon thotld'rl,
the first Assistant Post Master General, was The question was taken and decided in tho possesses bristly letters of Administration &, ) B. E. CARR.
is 26 .which are thinly scattered over a considerable upon the rotate of JOHN
marked decapitation,but he throughly nehrntivyCl nays 88. '
BAKCCB deed. late of
sni-j .
conversant with ihii business and works so There was no qnorm votinc. part of ,the-bodr. Its dapper con- .. WILLIAM County.F. RUSSELL. Tax C "e'ors Sale. .1

hard that it would be imprudent for any head The roll was called to ascertain the absen- tain rudiments of nails. Its tail is broad round June 22d. 1850. virtue of the power vested in me by law I

"jf the Department :part with him. tees. They were reported to the House. Tins and ihittcned horizontally in the manner of Otice is that BY expense for sale before the Court House .
The friend of Mr. Ewbank, of the Patent Chairman then resumed tho Chair in Committee the beaver., It is, about ten feet lone. The 1/i jmj: made for hereby amendments given, to the application act incorporating will be door in the city of St. Anguine on the first Mondayof

Office are getting extremely uneasy nbout his of tbeVbole.. I I female captured with it (the above is a male) the Presbyterian Congregation of the city of St.Au- October next the folowing'described properry,ort

nomination and next week an effort will be The question was then taken on the amend;, was said to have measured twelve feet in gusine, at the next meeting of the General Assembly much thereof wi pay ale State anti Countytax
ment of Mr. '|: length. They have been known to have at- due thereon for and the
made to take up his case. Inge-no quorum voting. Tho ofFIorida.Atyrustine. )year necessary
The clerks and other officers Government santo process was gone through with come j: tnined to the weight of two thousand pounds. St March 39, 1850 expenrt-s incident thereto viz: One hundred acres of

.are now in n groat quandary respecting their limes, until 3J o'clock arrived, baifl.dozen I The flesh is represented as good, equal to that 1 ___.. ._ land more or less,situated on the South ofJullngtonCreek _

salaries, irthey can receive no further payment motion by )Ir. Duer, the Committee rose bye of veal. The Florida Indians were formerly Eastern Judicial Circuit of the in the County of dt. Jons belonging to

until niter'the ptissge of the Civil mid vote of ayes 70, noe 55. in the habit taking it wirn the harpoon, and State of Flordn, Circuit Court of Henry Hull, I nonresident, purchased. by the said

Diplomatic bill. Borne of thu beads of divisions Mr, Duer moved H call ot the House. its capture was the_ prelude ot a feast. St. John Conuty., Henry Hull from Jamt'salt
the the
have obtained on their" ".'n responsibility Severn I members moved that the House ad tmu.tlly p/oduces one youn!; one' which it IN ClIANCE t Unless'ofabc I Taes expenses, are paid

form our city bnnk for the purpose; journ. On u count there appcarcdr.ycs 70, suckles and protects from enemies, and whenit day
money Peter Benet, Administrator off II. B. CANOVA, Shcriffand
is exposed to danger folds it to its breast e.of. .
55. by
clerks under them. UUCH '
4.11"INlyillg the Estate uf ... Tax Ai'eior and Collector St. 1.
the ,
.. ,...... its There : | .
i The firmd or flappers. was a one
-* v hay 29th. n ml nays demanded the young
yeas on deed., for the use of Aahron I, Dill for Account AprilST, 1850.
.SENATE.JLfr. motion adjourn. They were ordered; and m company when this pair was captured, Fnelander, Complainant, I Mandating Assets. .
Clrmens laid on the table a resolution the question being put it was determined in which made its escape through tno meshes of Again and Distribution of Tax Collector's Sale.

for Teating for Gvn. Scutt the ollicc of LieutGeneral. the iicgativcjyenH 80nuys 95. the net. George W. McAllister claimthe; Estate of Vu-r By.virtue of the power vested in me by Inw.1 /
Alter a move for a call of the house, and The present is the second living specimen, ing to be Executor Joseph I Mitchel.decd. shall expose I for pale before the Court ,

'Compromise bill was taken up. The some constitutional ilebale, another movo was as far us 1 have hejrd, that has! ever been obtained Longworih.decd.and others, I,. House door in the city c."dt. Augustine on the first I
nd- made -Ihe first, n small specimen, was exhibited Defendants. Monday, in October next, the following described !
ponding amendments Mr. Bradbury's to adjourn, which was decided. in the negative. .. |
rejected Mr. moved to a- : in New York some years ago, and created J : property nr.., MI much thereof will pay the State,I j
jiirnt being Dayton appearing Affidavit! .tlli.. Court, that Defendant and County tax due thereon for the 1849 and
that the Texas question bebri.ulit Mr. Hilliard moved that the House ad much interest... The animal is at present IT year t
iiii-iiil by providing George W. McAllister, living at r.l.resides the incident thereto viz : Eight
before the Court.-Afier' u journ.Mr.. : healthy! but as it about to be romovedto uJlt'nft I
Supreme beyond limits of the State of Florida, viz., hundred acres of land supposed to belong! tu !u-( i
Mr.Cuss Mr. Mr. Footo Stevens- nfPai called the North it i in feared: that it will not long survive -
and Mr. Ewiti touk part thh was negativedlb ; nayK. They \vc-reordered, and are being; taken the change of climate. The opportunity It is therefore motion of Win. .Forward, So- John*, State of Florida bin the piece ctland f !

to 39. whilst I close, at 4\ o'clock. now presented will probably be the only one liritor Ordered that publication be made in that wan allotted to Mary M. Dunham'a9 em" Ill II

Mr. Bunion oflereJ annniendment: providing hal wi'l!' be aifordcd( to our citizens: of witness oine Newspaper printed in the (Eastern Circuitof t-hareof her (lh'r'l Estate at New $witzeylfl nd,antI' !

that the cununix: ..ion<:r* bu unprejudiced on thu \\'mxaTox'July! !' 31. lug! this rare and Very peculiar species, Florida, for r..urI months puws-ively.: Irom th hil bounded on \Wstby the River Sr. Johni.meau- .

qucistiun.Lutltu33. The, Compromise: bill i is his:. .New Mc.xicu The Manati 'is interesting in another particular date, requiring raid George W. McAllister to plead ring thereon in front 18 chains and .10 lnk..on thr t

)1r. Dradhur}"'.) unwudmcnt was rejected Texas: : nnd California' have been &trikc-n out ; whilst it has been called sea cow by some answer or denfur to said Bill or the same will be take North by lands Louisa Fatio on rhp t hy vacant

yeas 23, unys i8. Utah left in the bill. ;A bill for llitT.:rrioraljiovei in consequence of a resemblance to the cow 'ii pro Conmo.THUS.. lands, and on the South by la ndd:formerly own

- ytchison, Badger, Boll Berricn, firad muuit of Utah pnsM'd'thu thud rcad- ill the form of the mouth, the ancients calledit DOUGLAS. Judge. &, *jr. ed by t Eleonora Colt. '.

: bury Hright Cats ChLt'', CI3", tamper, Daw* jug. : a mermaid, in cdnsequece of the resemblance Certified to be a trul-'COJIY. Uulesd' Taxes and expenses! are paid before thJ. *'

kon, Dickinson, Dodge ot Iowa, Darnis, Fclcb, _.;I ------ -- in the mamma? and arms to the human species, Witness my Hand-and the Seal cl said of sale. I '
I'uote, Joncss, King, Man um- Norm, 1'carcc, r T'O'Jl :h NatJ.I"l JlLfrlfigl'7ut.r I and finally the taU bearing a rescmbnnce to [1.. S.] Court the 15th,July. 1850./ R. n. C4NOVA. 1.trilnnd ex-off. '
; Undo wood, TH2: U. STATUS CONSUil AT HAVANA. that ofa fish. The head rises above the wa. P. R DUMA/. 'fax Acssor and Colector Johns' co-
1'ratt ShieldSpruauce: d'.urjjcon,
"Gcii. Compbcll 1 tcr to enable the;aimal to breathe the Clerk C.. C. s/. Johim County. Ayril 27, 185.
Walts( Whitcumb-23.\ otir Coiwtjl I at Havana his arms July 20. 1850.) .
Nayk-U.\M\Vin. Barnwell, Bsnton, Duller, re ;ei\ed leave absence. It il uIJJa.sLIJtlll 1 e e or flappers are thrown up and present the appearance Collector' Sale.

Chase; Clemens,Duvi,of Mass., DAVIS,of Mi"s., ,. and the uidii-ation at Havana confirm the of hands, and thc/tai, occasionally b1; ehooucr Jeremiah Leonard !U days from \inue Ttl the power vested in me by law,.1
DaUon, Dodge Wisconsin, Ewing, Grcunu, ] M.iteiiiuuts which hu\u been made, the strong seen may all hnv j served ad grounds tor the New York now discharging, we offer in addition By shall expose for !DIt before the Court House utMelionvihle
'V have bee future embeli hrmnls of mariners and the to recent arrivals: a choice and well selected lot
iiale, ilninliii lluuston, Hunter Ma on, Miller, prejiitlice! i excited n ninst the petitlcnian > in the county of Orange, on the first Monday
Morton.PholpfUuskjScbastian.ScwardSmjth ;; on the part of:, jrorljon) of the popula fables of the ancients concerning Tritons, ol'Groceries.: Provisions and Shelf goods usually kepi of:.September next the following desrribd t

Yulee 28. tion as well nsof jhe public! authorities, from .Sirens! and Mermaids. J, II. in our establishment,consiotingin part choice Butter or much ilieuuf as the property
s and
m, stare
; .1'urncUlh. pay
: uue, I Leaf Lard.Crockery, Hams, Bacon Mess wi
Pork Fulton
a supposed connection with the tax due thereon for the
)lr. Bradbury otlba-d the same proposition. recent invasion Market Beef,dried beef.Mackerel Her county year 184'),and ihe necessary
but ,tiruvidin that the llIl1ni.iuu be uutUoiizxdlo : which may 'J lender liis. continuance in office in- OBITUAHV. ring, Flour. 12 barrel for epnl incident thereto to wit 100 frrt'1 1
: Family use, Extra canal
; take a convenient oaudary. Mr. 'junoui to the coiiiin rrcial iut -res:. nut as this Died at Fort Moultrie, on the 26th inst. Flour com,Hay,Oats brand, Rio roffee Teas I of la ml. 0 31. S. Williams: near New Srnjrna .' ,
Kusk offered to nmend tW as! to annul ant c iu- is a subject tvhicli i is likty;! 11 uttl'l.cttl.e early ANITA, wife of Dr. J. B. Porter, Surgeon. U Molasses clush Sugar, N 0 ditto,Loaf and Syrups on h i' I attention! President! Fi'llinorcaud S. Army daughter. of the late Josiah: Smith Lump Al.-o, 100 o"rt's n *e!sed to the mine on the East 1
dcmn all oiders given by l"(IJ. Munio.1, &.C. 1{' hisCabi'net. : Sugar, RaiSf'n 1. Almona. Dates, assorted Preserves, I side of the IIIIsborourh river
I forbear from Esq.,of St. Augustine, Florida. cheese, dried near New Smyrna.
Sotncdebate followed anal Mr. Rtt>k'a auictid any' or comj Apples Vermacilie. Macaroni cigars:' R. VU I'O. Tax I
wilt ws n-j<'CI"e.i'-'cuS 12, nays 4. j mvnijar.il ill stating what' I hiive done, I desire Myers' Tobacco Kentucky Leaf ccrron Cuba To | VIGIL, T. Collector ant
Mr.. Underwood moved uu addition to the i to Le uudeistood; ascAprrsaiti' no opinion Upon MAIL ARRANGE IENTS. bacco articles now being opened and wnrronted. 1 :lrcb2 ,0. Awssor, o. c.. ,
': the merits of the Due MondaysandThurdsysby 12 M. July: 15 I -
question B. K. CARR :
Ihiil in tho{
ommissioncl'l *
amendment, providing case !
-- Tax (
' do their bet I We do no: know that we should have felt Close do do at loP. M. CARD .oleetor'1
not or agreement
agree virtue of in
me by I
not ratified, U shall be lawful to bring the cuu'I called upon to say what we happen to know NOTICE. Mr. GEORGE I,. Pinu.irs. having resigned his By thal expose for swle before\Pt the Court IJoim"

before the tuprein! a Court, but withdrew it for upon this Millet, hud the n eve statment appcuft'd monthly Democratic meeting which was Commission as a Justice of the Peace for St. Johns nt Irlonymt. thfeounty of Orange, on -thefirt, .

the present. upon any other than hs generally acn The !tponed. on account of the Barbecue. ;wiU be County, will for the future attend totur dntie appertaining ; September next,, the following describedproperty
Mr. Mason moved fin amendment to Mr. curate authority'of the Wash igtori corrcsponlirer held this evening at.the usual"hour and pIa ct. A gen to lib office of N >>toiy'Iublie.lllld; to the draw- or so much thereof as wi pay the state-an
Bradburv's last wmciiJinrnt which was decided deut of the Courier: and Enq ; who'has in t"raland punctual attendance i is desired, as business in!; out of all writings ,and pqpcrs, that may be required county tax thereon for the year 1849, and the n-

the tn pnUve-yeas :27. na u 29. > ', this instance certainly been led into error in of importance will be submitted for consideration. ofhhn. I cessary expense: incitl.fnt thireto, to wit ; 30IJO
Mr. Hnle mJvcd an amcndment-2-ost! 1-1.0 u point (.f lac ol oumc impor once to the corn- CHARLES HAACER Secretary.St. St l\ugustineJuly 13th, 1850. 4t. acre ofland granted by the nnnish goveinnunt u... '

'- 41. m.-icial ititiTc. (as is well r marked) as well Augnstine 10th. August 1850. Notice. I I John D. Gaudryon the 8th of October Ib17,situated
: as to therhaiucu.-r of the in on the Johns. River ata place called Sprin Garden
ivcdual whom it -
5Ir. ofluroJ nmcndnent providiri months after date I shall
Turney an : Cheese,. flutter, dec.Smoked SIX present my ac- in the ol and bounded ,
;!ti.at KM .1t.-.cuulIr consideration khcll be concerns. Tongues Goshen Chee ullrr Crackers, and vouchers as Adminiferatrix: of the county Orange hp original -
: Whatever prejudices exit i h Havana, on the Beef Fulton market tt.l\Iackerel. Esate William Gibbons, deceased I survey thereof, a* follows ; Bounded on dip
irivcu far altering the true line. .._ to the Hon. north by land of Paul the
part of the public aUThj"ltle", t the Led Lard, Hams, Bacon, Scotch Judge ot Probate of Alarhua for. (npo. on east by vacant
)Ir i'V :u' mud it was a proposition leading aganin: Choice fatter, County, a final pine land., on the south "* of the late Bartn-
to civil war. 'I Consul: of the United Siatesiat that port, are Ale, and Porter r in qts and pu.Consress Water, 1'ick aetu. .nent efsaid Estate and shall at the same time, lome Calio'y Ferrer, and the west by river St.
)lr. Turney said it was not uncommon for well known to "have had a much earlier origin lea, Prvwrves. Confectionary Choice Green aDd app V for Letters Dismission n* !(such Adm'nwtra-! John', by Robt Mcilardy f on the l&h Dec.
to differ in Mr. Jefferson !I than the late miserable abortiVe attempt at the Black Tea. Java and Rio Coffee, Raisins, Citron.Ahponds. .tin of which all persons: interest in said Estate 1917. surveyed .

jayjaudo'hors Le.illemea sp ike opinion.and tbe amendment of; invasion of Cuba, which it is an idle cr1umnyto Choice Principce Cigars Salt Shot and w | take notice. I \'mGI. u. DUrO T. Tax Collector, and ..
that Gen. C. had Powder., ANN JOHNS. Administratrix. .
bupposc any "connexion .
)ire Turoey was rejected--yeas; 20, nays 31. i i whatever. It is more than a;,year that the B. E. CARR. Per T.J. PJU\'UT.I\tnt. Fcb2 185 \lcar.* <
Mr. Hale moved an adjournment.The ago Newnansville Fla.June 3d.' .
tieoato adjourned. recall of Gen. Compbell was'tjenr.a: ided bv.thc ()'r1C& -- Orange County Tax Collector ,

HOUdS OF REPElESENT A TIVES.: Spanish Govcrnmenlon the ground that in in a To Claimant of Bounty Lands. ST. Jon.i COOTT, t.. '8 Sale. '

Olds moved vigorous and successful effort on his part, as THE UNDERSIGNED proposes to obtain 13th l\IarehlliSO. ( of the vested in 1
Mr. suspension of the rules to Notice. power rue hy I w. 1.
ants for lands for claimants who By'ir'u I
only representative ot his Govurnmcnt in for sale before the
enable him to introduce a resolution providing Hnvani i, to protect the rights of a freeborn will be entitled thereto under the Act now before Executor?, AdministratorsGuardian and others, at Mellonville in the of Orange f Jt ."i:
lor a recess Congress, from Monday the 26th American, he had undertaken to exercise functions Congress whim the same shall have passed :! (ailed to file j in this office the annual ofptember connty the folli on tin'tMonday

lay August next, at o'clock, M., to the 1st rather of a diplomatic than a consular and become a law, for tho moderate sun. of accounts required by; the Statute ; are hereby notified, ,orso much thereof,1 as will wing the dew ribedproperty and J
November refuted that unless the same are presented' without pay state 1
Monday next. Tbe House : "
with which demand this FIVE DOLLARS for each Warrant when obtained. county tax:due thereon for the
-- nature; Government year 18 19, and tl
the delay,the pro\wions of the law neicewary 41
to do so,by rote of 71 to>>2. unnecessary againaU incident
after a: thorough examination of the matter,not |I defaulters in such matters, will be rigidly enforced.G. tpnl' thereto to wit: 3000 r cres I:
Wentworth moved of the 4 '
Mr. a suspension of this notice is to give to claimants : of land to Paul
only preremptorily refused to comply but on Tbe object .HUMPHREYS,Judge Probate. Dupon on the 14th of May, r
enable him to offer
rules to a resolution! cxprca- an opportunity of.procuring warrants at 1818 by the Spanish situated ontlu
sine tho optakm tnalfCongresa: ought not to iiix the contrary, approved the conduct of the Con the least March-16.- ________________________ River Jt.John* place goverment.known Gar l'
possible = 5 ata
sul throughout on that occasion other expense. II
as on Porter, Ale. stc.lr. .' Pfins
any day fur the adjournment Congress until ions of recent date.* Those wishing to secure the services of the I den,bounded northwardly by land of te o i'
occa more PICES Chocolate Rio Cofiee, 'Teas Java Col.Nfee
Coliforoia is disposed of and the general his office address William Williams, Eautwardly by vacant pine lands
appropriation undersigned 'will call at or !
The late excitment tho in and Porter
' Consul Ale in and
against on pis qts pts the
lands of -
bill Tho House icfuscd : southwardly by John B. Gaudryedwest r
P the rules.paned o the part of certain classes of the pupuhuionofhavana : him by' letter, and prompt attention will be' best English article,Congress Water in pts an J qts,: wardly by the river St. Johns, uhich said land were t
suspend occasioned such given to their claims. Hi-iJ-dck Champagne qlS aDd pta,choice Ci-.
; was by no thing a j a Principe( confirmed to said Paul
H&r ., (Tcnn., moved: a suspension of PHILIP FRASER.Attorney Dupon Aurxriur Couitof
Mr. supposition of the f, )nsul's sympathy with the car, John vlnd-rsoii'i fine cut Tobacco, JVyer's Can Florida t. t.e I
' the rules,to cmble him introduce a resolution porjcct of invasion, but by the reception and at Law.. Hon ,y D<'w. Caiui.Ii.h, Champion:* Cider in qts VIRGIL R. tllt 1,1. and
'the session of C the Jacksonville. '13., July 15ih 1850. and at retail, b)" JJ E. CARR. 10 7
to close present ngrcss on publication, at Havana, ota Later of his ad- Ftb 2:1, 1850 ..UcKor.D.cI II
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', .HOTELS.3f4jftuilia irlltN TUX r fin HE.undersigned n Agent lor the respective H sALrx L: ASDALntEoO PsxrALL "'t t V

: -' \ Hotel. On tt.' GeNge 8t.t'C't. muihol1tePiiblic For the Counties Ouugefctid! SuLncie.xat Mel- M. proprietors offers,tor sale on exceedingly reasonable'terms HEIRS or GAEL. W. PcxrAri Dtcc. : virtue oldie power verted in me LJ law. I V

fquai* and one [door 7uorth ut tbc MothJi I luufaie:! wu the titud Tuesday in April. ,the following laiidd among which are some Probate Utf.c. St. Jo.Iln.l'lIaiY.aturJl11 .lU cxpjae fr *iL Lciart "tha f.u t Hou.e

; J i Church. Fur the county Puiuaru, at PiUlka, second Tuesday of the most valuable Cotton Sugar and Tobacco $ lia. May 1350. tMeL1tIVliL.ifl tbe ...ny .f ) : t.hs tint:
- i I in ApnlForthe l lands in the State. ARAH P. ANDEllaON this Monday September text the fohowJJ V
i : Flvrida Home. On Treasury Lane 3iorth of hiizg diy as d'SCflbt'.t
_ : iW Public qure. county uf )Marion at. Ocala fourth Mondayof IN' TilE ARREDONDO GRANT. Testament-try GuarJiin,of ROSALIE 1. PIRFALL, pro !ny tu.or due so much thereof as will pay rh stare and

Hotel. April. and ALFRED O. TERFAT. .. cnted her nccount.for county theieon for they u I 49. 1J the
_ : City OuCUilotte and Bay Street few ALACHCA COUNTY.T : i>rc. fle-
i Fur the Counties Alachua and I.cYJat New- settlement Ant Hllownnce and that she Ce33ty expends incident thereto, to wit V
:, doors aouth East of the Publi Square.riulerHotel. 9, R 18 ; Sections 11.14,15,22.23,24.26.27. it appearing a're: 3t'sed ru L r.22
( -. ; On Charlotte Street and Trens-i nantville fibt Monday in M&y. In 9," 19 ; ," 2,3.8,10, hnth not ; (as ,yw! quired) givtn notice, of her U.:1. N w 4nJ IJ b. Lathrop. V :ltua.J

i wry Lane, uoiih ot*, the Public "uah'not open.) I For the County of Columbia< at Alligator. on the 34,35,30,18,21,17.27,5, intention to j H' *.IIL lte same-It .sOrJeitd, that all VIRGIL mvrna.k
:. \1 second Monday of.lity.Fortliecouiityof."asau.. in '.! ..l uf tll DUPONT, Tn Ce1etor anJ -
'I \ C9. I P'Pn .any ti.fjr-fT.I_ I:_ C3J?
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.-1 kOl1IRDIMJi TlOU.itSMr ilt Na all C. H.. on the In" 9, 20 ; 19.22.26,27,2S,2y,30.32 V i.\lcl K..RIIC I '!, -,' t VfrCtt! t'). I Vrpah: ; hn\b. ---.. ,. :. A'iCdtOl.tJ e. .

' :J ,;\. Re.: Ou CUtbtu Sireet, near the I Wednesday the fouiih Monday May. 33.34. ol'jtC wlI: :.' 'V : j .;.': \.I1 ..'' "f t t !:lIJ g'nT V 'Tax Collector's- -- -----.-

,Barrack > For the county of Duval, at Jacksonville, on the In 9 "I.; 15. !J. 00,"_1. _It..C\l__, S'V.30, dians accuse: t.-iii Kot'ice to cjp'r m>! s:2t.- J! .1 AVf/. V

; 4 Mile J-'s'iio. OrYSt tJeorg!! Siret a few "uore lourih Monday of May: 32,33.31.: $:Uh'. .:fore thfe Court ; 6n or ttfa: r 'm\l> --!<>V r "P4 t V- of thpower VcsieJ Jm Clc ty |",.I

;; S.th of the Court iLue *t.d.PubluSquare.. Fur the Coauiy ot St. Juhii. at St. Augustine. Jo 10" 18 ; 23,1(1,11, 15.2" 23) _C, 21. July uvit a: 10.( o'clock :n :be f-j.t-n '" V .;'I. .ile Vforethe Curt Ht .tt'II

O. N. PapOn fly oir.vi Burner of Uay and on the S4CUIIJ Monday in June. 34,3", :: 6.; Vt t il.c orJ-red to the end.tint' ch nvit r V V "V : Vtv t V.13r.1:1 V .!!l fsi.-: 1:...;,. -

'r :: Garden Lane \ FALL TEKM. In"10"19 ; 7, ,17.I 39, 20 3P.( thai cvi rifted copy of tins orJ,r. ->; .. .,' ''.ut ,eln; f,;' V

J' For the counlVs Orange and St. Lucie. Tuesday In" 10" 20 ; 13, 14, IG.ZS. *). Atir City" N'":" {''perr" 't'!. V V. .CO( .t. e VV

.: ; 'Jue 'ttRsl before the firei Monday of November. in" Iii" 21 ; a' 1.2,3,4,5. ii.:;. .9,1O.11. ,.cutiv..l) 7.i.j, that (.;V:, } t !f :h.. : : ; V V'V .1 -.eou'r ',,. V

; ;: Jhd P W"J.: ". Ult;. oil hi. Uwdliul l1oue For the rounty of Putnam at Pilatka the second V 12, 1... 1'i ij, 1., ".._,."' .11 i iIn the.Orof' the.. nt-n.1.'u. to_ I. V \.; -; _,'.. ., ":..' -I'C1,*;'.| t "' VV V V V V g, V
10 22 4' 6. ls,. iy. f 1I.a.' VV V;" : V I : ; < i' :vn < ;I.>* ,
.B Bridge Street, \ Tuesday before thr.first Monday of November.For ; : VV I. _
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I .: Dtet.JsknE Peck OrhAwu rfi tore Sirtct, he county of St. .J hn"., on the first Monday 18 ;- 21. 1' : I't ,
: :' ,.afe'do' M mhl. the CVuit I"'C in November.F % In" 11 M 19 ; !I. 12911.13, 14, lt>, : V V :' .f,

: : ..r the county of Nassau Thursday before the 212330. V,4 .' 1J.. VV : ; ', V '. V -'
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Di1GiilS'I'\( third Monday of November ; : .1 ,
,, < A C Zyltir* Cheroot and IhuIst. North Ku: .t, : .'ofhr county of Duval, on the third Monday qfNvetnler. 27.2d.33. N I-2 of 36- 'Y 2:* V Vj, i "' .,. ... V ;

t the Public dqu r V po.iuike middle bans ,. j Cn ffll" 21 ;: II 1,2.3.10,11.12 13. 14, .." ;, r Tj1 .> .' .1 ..'

I I For.th' county of Marion on the firet Monday in 19. 20,21, 27, 23, 29. 3. '_ .4pV 'j I ,. 4 I

\I .LAWYKRS. December. I 33.3C. : V V .V V 'i .j(*.''r*. t. -V ,

B. B. GJ NuuJ.'l1"taI..wu ou Ai- Fur the counties of Alachua and Levy on the seco la II." 22 ; If C,7. 10,30,21AllKCDONTO : j -.tail t.'lpO..t'lt" .io.1.e i>ct. .* .* : Or"V : ,
,: illery Lane, u.l Monday in December.For I : GKAS |\ t.r in the city of St. Augustine, on ,. ::y tf. .,;.;' ;. I- _

;, \ ,,l I I I William )"urll.J Altoiiicy it Law\ntid Sulidtor the county of Columbia, on the third Monday' MAKIO: C-i October. much thereof next the will following the jdepcriteJ State ana.' V V J F '- :on.-" .. V ;,. "1 V .ilV 4v ,. _.

\ in 'Chiury-uth.e on the giouiiJ Hour. ot .iu De;enkr.' In" 12" 18; 1. i" pay the -. V .-- .
and V
the South Wing of the Coua Hut I The' U.S. Dibtrict Court at St. Augustine on the In"12" 19 'W.\ tax due thereon fur the year 1849 necessary V : V V
; \- r ; *. 1. : :: ..; incident thereto One hundred acres of V 4Wi..V
: George R Fait link., aud Couuaell if. alrllt Monday April. 1' f I expenres vnvarch : ,
\ i ', _. .Altotiu-y .4,2,-. .. I[ land more or less,situated on the South of Julington J/ ir.-Ia-'. ih'ctor.nd V
: Law otfioii m the Couit. .House: In" 12". 20 ; i. 3-4 ot, 1,. 3.5.1. >. 10 II]I< Creek in the County of I St. Jons belonging to V A8Hessoro. c.
f" --. Valuable Plantation Wild Land ll,14lff,17,18. :4 V
: the said
\ ; Henry Hull a nonresident purchased by
1 r' 'PUBLIC OFFICE.P : In"12"26 Tax- Collector's -
; I &c. iu Kant Florida. ; 1,2,3,4, i Henry Hull from James James. Safe. :

': \ :. ..t Office. f..C:. Zylttra Post Matteron; ,tlie cor- ,KTRI lie undersigned H* Agent for.the respective pro. 21,2' .23.24D '>! .#. the Taxes and expenses are paid before the BJ virtue of the power vested in ,
, tier of Bay Sttert aud Public Square, Nurth ut Mar- \\\JL. 1.I't.tOJ'I', ottere for sale! the following lands town 12" 22 ; 6. 7, IB, 19. V : shall! expose for sale before the me by |.w, '

'hef buildings, : Tim well known nnd extremely valuable Plantation GEO. R. FA t' :'x'f- NOV A. Sheriffand cx-off., at Mellonville in the county o" Pnan lloUile

i r{ j Surveyor Genera. ()/c.. U. A. Putnam fur.veyos .1 called ihe Bulow 'rl3ntation at the head of St. Augustine Feb. 16. 1850.Chaucery I .or and Collector St. Johns Co. I Monday Srpiember next the Orange"IIGinr. on 1M fin

t General, on Hospital l ttre tOIU'r wf Artillery Halifax Hirer, formerly occupied and Ilanted by the -' \ : '.' '. = \J. : properly or so much thereof will dettiij
; Lane and Hospital Street: ,! late John J. Bulow with a force of 300 hand, suitablefor 8 ale. -.- V VV county tax due thereon for the pay the stare aDd .

Land Office. Duct Willmui H. Siinmon, Ltgl4ki i both SI'jtar and Cotton, and advantageously loca- BY virtue of and as directed by um r t .1 ;ti Collector' Sale. necessary espensei inC'Jcot; thereto yesi 1849. and lhe V

.;, I I, .wf Public Lands-office in the Court Ho'uie.Thai. 1 ted on navigable water It lies upon the coast'about the Circuit Court of the EuMtr.i Cs.-.t aiJ J virtur of the power veetf d in me by law I acres, being two thirds of the | to wil :. :U3J"v. .

,, <' t T. Rutttll. Receiver, oflice u> Court forty miles nouth of S,. Augustine, and contains about of,Florida/for the county of St. John?, iu .t JI hall expose for sale before the Court county, known-as tIre plantation in wynjerly

r House. 1 4000 acre. cause where Mathew Solana i he i omplainant house door in the city of St. Augustine on the first owned by S. UmwSZSSL 'pbDlati"g'for- V l

.; .4. Aloo,,. Keeper Spanish Archives'oflice illr 4ro,two thousand acres adjoining the last described and Mary E. Hernandez and others Defendants Monday in October next, the following described owner unknown, ltd on iIaI4faZItiver..prescng V
the Court House land being the Pvllicier Grant in Graham's swamp. much will the State WilhamVIRGIL. assewd to S. H
i \ ; I will expose for sale in front'of the property, or so SB pay .
\ JuJge _f Pfjlute. (G. Huuiphvey Judge,} office Also the Spruce Creek Plantation containg 999 Court House in the city of SU Augustine on i t and County tax due thereon for the year 1849 and R.DUpOXT, T.r Coifet,5j- V

J i I in the Court House acres suitable for Sugar culture and near to navigation the second of the necessary expenses incident thereto, viz : Eight A/arch 2. 1850. t' .
Ptter B. /)umas. Clerk Circuit Court office in about 70 miles south of St. Augustine near Monday day September next, hundred acm of land supposed to belong to Kcl..rt Ast.essoy.o. c. I.'
between the hour often and of that V
he Court Him*:. New Smyrna. V two day, Towland a lIiJent.aituatfd in the county of St. AUSJCBJ Col'ldD..IHIk. --

i i. Kafufl B. Canova. Sheriff and Tax Cwllettor.of- I Also the Mount Oswald Plantation on. Halifax the following mortgaged property to wit :- Johns. Stat< of Florida, being the samft pieCe ,of virtue of the

i, \ .rtce in the Court House. \1 1Cillcctof River about 50 miles south of St. Augustine, near the All,that certain House and lot of ground and land that was allotted to Mary M. Dunham II her shall npoH' for power sale vested in meby law 1 V

I of Cuttomt James R. Sancbez, office'his coast formerly planted i in Sugar by the late Geo. Anderson every other building thereon or thereunto ap- hare of her father's Estate at New Switzerland d at Mellonville in thr before the COlIn Hot1.,

I : Dwelling House on Day Street. and nyw the prop rty Joseph Lauton, containing pertaining, situate, lying and being in the said bounded on the West by the( River St. Johns,measuring Monday .September county of Oraug. 00 the first

I Intptctor of Cuitomt. Ora Howard office in 1900 acrrs. '- city ot $t. Augustine on Block No. 31, boun- thereon in front 18 chains and 30 links, on the property or 10 much thereof next ? following described ,

owsfd Cuildiug! Market square. Also, 1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Turn- ded as follows. One line on the East, fronting North by lands of Louisa ratio on the East by vacant and county tax for the will P&Ylbe..talr

t \ / H. BronioH. Judge U. S. CAirt Northern I bull's swamp being the north half of the Rosette Marine Street, measuring eighty two feet eight! lands, and on the South by lands formerly own expenses inrid"nt theretoto year 1849. and the nee, ry

;. District; of Florida office in the Court Hou_ Grant well timbered and near navigation. inches N. 30- W ; the line on the So thfruut- cd by Eleonora Colt. I. being part ofa grantof GOOO wit: 1000 acrsof land i.

G. R. F irHd.. Clerk. U. S. Court office i iu V Also forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River, ing B. iJgc street', measuring sixty four feet :. Unless Taxes and expenses art paid before. the day J. Sibbal,1 by the spanish lcres lad, Chutu

f .the Conn House.Deputy / between Lake George and Lake Monroe consisting 67" W. making the South East corner of the .fsalc. V AUl1JJt 1817 Ind .hiehsaid gOY"mmnt, On the 2d of

e .VartAal. George I. Z ehuhaur. office in valuable1 pine hammock and timbered lands in variou.t station of both lines ; the other two lines running R. B. CAN OVA. Seriffand ex-oftV survey of4000 acres of laid 10oo .ern .n part ofa '

I. < ths (OUrL llou.e.. tracts. with the mentioned the Tax Assessor and Collector St. Johns to* between New gD t in TumbuU'. swamp
parallel two ; Smfma and .
I 3000 in Alachua suitable furi 27 1850. Indian river
I Also acres county Ayril "Meta Hid
I II north or,third line adjoining lot of Jobn Drys- acres belong lo.or air ;
I .. ORDNANCE UEPAUTMENT.Cajtt i Cotton or Sugar. dale three feet and the Thotuas Stage.V supposed to beung 'too ',:
measuring '
AUo bUt in Columbia County good pine sixty ; Tax Collector's Sale.By
acres '
Jumti R. Hanham Ordwnnce Store keeper 'VIRGIL k. V 1'
West DUpONTT12
fourth line John J. Hedrick
office on rit. George street a few doors South ot the lands on the Santa Fe River. or adjoining virtue of the power vested in me by law I Feb 23. 18.50. CoII
: .Dry Good store of 9. M. Wakcmau. Persons defi.roua Apply for terms, particulars, &c. to measuring eighty three f. et, as will more fully -:j shall expose for sale before the Court House at AHf'M r. o. t., .

;I ot visiting the Foil will make application toCaul. GEO. R.FAIRBANKS. appear by tboPlan and Survey, recorded Mellonville in the county of Orange, on the first Monday city 01 81. AiigusIj
1 h1aahaat.j L I Agent for the purchase and sate of Lands, ill the otlice of the St. Johns County aforesaid September nest the following deacri bd property 1'LJOTICK i is hereby given that the V V V

J (II\ Payment' of.Von Resident Taxes,& in Deed Book, J page 206 annexed to I or so much thereof as will pay the state and i the City of& Augniatine wilt City Council i of

JUSTICES OF ttlfe'PEACK: I St. Augustus. Feb 22. If150.. I Uae conveyance of the said House and lot of county tax due thereon for the year 184'j.and the nrcessary meats 10 the act iucorporaringuid apply Or ulIt"nd- .

t.L George L. Pkilling. Justice of the Pmcc an4 Notice. ground made Joseph Hernandez by Antonia L I expends incidenttheretoto wit : 100 acres meeting of the General Assembly of City FJoriJa, DI the rau' .

.Notary .Public odicv t>n Buy trcN. urdi of the montli niter date we 'shall" present our'I r 1'. Med cit, the widow and Administratrix of; of land attested to M. S. Williams near New dnryrna. Dy order of the COIJfIt'iJAIA'I1JEW :

t Middle banin., ,SIx '' and Vouchers as Executors uf the Estate he EstateofFrancis Mod ices deceased. I on the west side of Gaburdy's Canal. SOLANA V V

I F, / Quincy. Ju>tire of tlif Peace offu-e at las Richard Weightman dec'd.'tn' the lion. Judge Also one moiety or haUnt' all that certain t Also 100 acros aw ?sjd to the rame on the East Jan. !SOth. 1850.VIIOLEMAJ.E. b1'or.

'1 ,*>u re. i/ .1'; I| of ProbaK of St. John's County for a final settle.! .lot of ground situated on Marine street with. '! aids of the Hillsborouih river near i\ew :Smyrna. -\ V- .-.-.- -
I mrnl and flinll at the name time apply for letters of in said city of St. Augustine bounded on the I 'fax Collector ANJ--RET.t.- --- -._. .
I \ CITY OFFICERS.Muyoir. Diymiwion us ,uch Executors of which all pertonsinterested East by said street, and, meastuing thereon; March: 1850. Assesror. o. c. n K.BV Cetln" t

.\1gthpw .s1mnii l! i j": said Estate will take notice. RECENT ARRIVALS .
!in forty four and a half Spanish Varas ;on the t the lIub.c-rib40r has '
C. Bravo f r" j I Tax Collector's Sale.By l, cu"iom.ry .urf 1
1 t :M.FONTANE. north by a lot she uf Francisco .rourw.wheM
formerly (; 1
I .1. lingeroP. }\ R.b.FO.NTANE.Excculor'; { property and virtue of-the power vested in me by law I & usually kept at his writ|| known iJiit.tuir. _. <
Aldermen Kosey thereon : llJut'nt.
; } measuring fifty one I (
Beiitt, hall expose for ale before the Court House The ahIailli.'n I Priulle f .
M.Mednit, j __Jan 1.1850.STAUIUTY. __ V a half Spanish vanis : on the. South by a lot 1! at Mellohville in the county of Orange on the first lichen rl to our Ulru"i1ot ahulit.p and the 'raele is so- .

; Clerk of the 6'i/y t'& /.ci/i'lurles, Haager office :CU JUT\-I'EtUIE'I'U in' formerly ot John Tate and measuring thereon i'Monday deptembf-r next, the following described t.ItC1V bdow below can S'O1IIIlCt be 'bad iu Articlr.euuni.. f

,1."J $900.000. forty nine and a half Spanish Yarn? ; and 0111, property <>r so much thereof as will pay the state anJ* aVe.! i.t retail.V V original packaje .

'. .tthe, Council room ,\ the Vest by a lot formerly belonging to I I county tax thereon for the year Id49. and the &'. TF.\c-yotJO Jy.n. OM __
Marshal the Market F. P.
Cify and f. IXSUKAftCCCOJllM HY'r:
.HUTLTAEj G.urtprwi.1t'
TilE J. M. Ugarle, and measuring thereon 'forty ,V. cessary: expenv incident thereto to w : ono IIr.po' rnf.! 'l\\"IIt. v. l"uchnr. ._

rreira.. I Yur four and u half Spanish varas ; which suit.) I t I' acres of land granted by thr! ;r. .i< .*- .,. ; u COFFl--.l (.: ''1, frr.J-.idlung. (
.. I'' N B;YV YOU K-NO.35 WALL, II I' John B. Gaudry, th- .-. J 1\0. Cia dt. M' I1 o.
ground was purchased by Michael Nclli- on i > : ': -: .Fta.on ; o.lj.r.c"al.'. t.c.a ,
I: I. Accumulated Fund Nov. 1st, Itil'J. 900LNl ,- '"l (;.c-' !'s- ..
I AUCTIONEERS j. J T ET nnd gan jointly with Mattias Luonardy from Benjamin -.., the ":- Job'f.! .:\\ { .. -. prin/j (Jari :00.r.; -."h.1h';..'c s..r,J. BrfJwr. :
Bonds Mortgages .
F. r. ianJJ.A. SS.uscd.MCRCIIANTS. I i'OO' invested in .
\ '" < ,wcnri'ly .. I :1n.tf.
: '
i df'c:1 the J b" rr.
'" and Brooklyn, and stocks A. Putnam as will fully upp.a. by : cou.vy '; 't'.6.: / ; 'e: ."titl'ill.tI.li.4
unreal city V ,
: V' tii: rtfcf f'\ "' H jui-d the V V
/ A& .i -j i on ;
of PICE:. :
Deed and Record in the office the :
,i i <>f the Slutc and .City of New York and United cojuiy (* nortit: by 1 .\,H of Paul! !,; ue "ijt v.rft-r.t .rr.r. rbr : If./f-14:1,!'; l i""k j
: <* npor. > > pet' '
y Pit .
: '
Clerk f oSt. Johns in Book N. :, per. : flu) : ; Uf1l" V
County c -Lo.V.VVV[
Rittrougbt Carr. dealer GovciiinientV jj-.i, 3rJ.
E. Wholesale and Retni!. Slates : pii1 1'\.1.I!. un tji ; :.tthbv Ijiv.--: ...f'tn? LJC HfitoIvirn" ; eJlIWli.tl.; :;
Arrow "
.il i hrs t quality Family Groceries of all! kinds Li- !:: This' f.ind i! ra.pidlyincrelIiIIg by a widely exten- 28, and the said moiety or bait ot saj. Ic-t ,' : <_'. ao }* F.rrrr. anil u n the w.;3t-by river stL. .I.td ro-t.1n.Jjw"t-ml'C't'Ul., 1\.11 .'t.-i .&tu", c.1c 111 1.r..wJ' !. ,.\

ll ors 1(.. :.,. 2 Iut.Jeo Charlotte Street, North '! dp.1 l mid pro |>;;n>tts uu-iiic-: was sold by the parties Michael Nelligati undV: : '. .JTtpj, by Kobe McHi.i.y! oa th* 1-Jrfc [) e.ll V : it-s.. V .
\ the .Publue.juisrr. I Tin* C.'niiuiy| ; ii k..ll\! |J" thvidoinl ol profits of fifty his wife Marchora to Joseph Hernamltu, a; j' L. ; B..41. :!,Irirnr(t. snil s k n .t-'!..:;. j f-
(;eurgc flul I. ueuler in Staple And Fmtcy Diy 'I : two p Trent .on all V>,"tinV p"ici'! on the 31st will appear by Deed of sale recorded in ::hc I'| :/T'JCIL I)UrOiT.\iat I\ Concur! a j.J. j -icy.au';! r I"atlr'b'"l curran"t.tVh! :tl' iVu'n .V SJWIt L;.. .t
c' "- It l ,:. office of the clerk of the Court I I l I : t."a'f t. Bra Il't1 -
few- doom ( htI1).I"t! County I r-l-- '. ; .
: ..1 \ od Went #ide of Charlotte street, a : r V V \>!-bnr. u c. f ff r C' r::. : .n tf V
.<*iih Treasury-Lane.) : All the Profits arc divided among of St.Johns County ufoicsaid' Book 'N. puc: ,f 1.__ V _.1- ._. ._ ____ 1 ., CAXDLCS5., Contain V 1*,

::,/A. ,y ..Val" "". Wholesale and Retail dcaU-r : Tit* : the payable Insured.in cash annually scmjnimnlly 646 together with all and' singular i? r.:it- '!, :; V :- r.Ncr'nJ" S1e. I ?..:.&f< V -Pr.rt saj Tsjlow. and *.'.-
prcni'unis are
: .Dry Goods and Groceries. tlroceryv store on the i added on the mcnts hereditaments nppUrh! 'H' ;'. 1', :" .. .:' : 'r.t-r'! .-tr.! in Znby L.w. I % 'V '&

I ,.ouiiJ floor of the City, Hotel-llry Goods Stcfte, : or quarterly! ii.ttIct being .unto belonging or in any wlK. ;*- : .:-. .: '..? vl 3* si".. tor .,1 I' rf.!">ttf the Court Ifou eat nCK'Li:?. SCS.vAc T I a. ,I V /f.,
I rre.l
; I I. rnir of I'jcolata and St. George street, opyoMte [ deft payment! by thi* Company te-V ll.J: : f .- ', :!T :; ;orviiic >n '1.; c.u htyT .n/n2 rcn the fir.-: ..Uc"cuy hir pii ?!i-s jaw. !)0 iiVrti! s.*'.*.*r-h. i
principle loptd "kxhr&-.Ln iL.k
+ ,e Court House. I iiirestb the ; for whose benefit the insurance St. Augustine..July 20h; ie\. J oi'S'pumVr; omit the i,:.io-xin:' % lf{ parties : IVJ.P.T
1 t .I'ttt :. tii| A" '." har,. Uralcrw in Fancy i without -- -_. -- -- -- ; ertcr') rych tnereof a. will;t pay the j-ratr and r : Bilff; : .S "s7rtf F
i are ciV.'cted; the whole of the advantages u-ir ct I.raws..V :'rif>> I
: : oii.<, &.. oiipotite the Planter Hotel ou Eut 1 I sii! |
I *. It Charlotte street.FfJio I Grofi-rie, ProvisioM. na-v diwrhargiuj ; expenses ir.ci.lent! thereto, to wit : i't.'i.'i V .
fated '
t. ( Ben*. beakrn.Urocerie. Provision, JLc.cict ., I'eT.'tu;premium ma> 'II4'Ie.effect iiisuraucr' ? on their own lives bn Ucnjamin Carsar iSdiyc from NI-W [ acres cf ls1d ,ifl1&4'd At the !teat of Ind.en' 1 lfiv :, bacco-f.\CCU.. Ca,3h..b.' L-ti-' :wir i l':1t-r 1'0. V
P.V.. Loud. llu"y! V
I to of Cuua and ft. Grorge street.M'in'itl I and the 1I\'t.:4 iifvilui'- married woman can in- York. \Vttolicit! he attention! of the Trai?, pvatcfaini'.i. I assessed VIRGIL to R. tax l'UH'lr', Ccn.au Snuff, -t.h Jo. Hetal1 f.ig3r .

V r.,t'i''. -De.it-rin( Taniily stores, Pjo\ r- cure th *life of her liu>band.th > Iw-nefits of \\Inch are and others, to the !luc jr.4 txu-Hive DITONT. CatectrrJ[! J.IQ 'OS. .o. :

V k.,14. &c coinerof Charlotte and Bridge fctit-ets. retired by law fur the exclusive U* uf herself or d1 l. 5tok now bf ing rcorived and vnV'uJ! vj tht! !'tiajc U Mud 2, 1850. As3ur. oc. B ..r.klIUl.nji..Ht""li'I.fr.. .OIuJ., :.Uj Y &Jl'o_ dtJ. V

t F: J. Q,' nf"1 tt'atdi maker and Jeweler% on .Irr-n.. ; original package.-, Moi.ary ttfrnni at Ci iiirLeiou -- -t Im".r. (: Hull J.Hi.ai, : .f iirt. OM latiul D,> 1 l', V

t t ..V I srge; rrei-t. nearly oppp ue ofllc-e of Dr. Peck.Z'Ao Ctrfc'! )incn and all others dependent upon sala- price oi'angcoiinty Tux l'uUet- ::.,);n.hne III. Irtil'C':!IVl A!, UQ !kk4! ; \vhis.y: l". V

*. 4Yl1tt, Ketaifrr of BO.HS, Shies, Cap. avail themselves (If. rr- I tor's Sale.BJ olt.'d I'.MIC.; .
tI,-f uret-p.'cially invited ro 200 bbU Flw-r! a._,rt.eil I.rltolj., ':, d"l Pilot lii reid V vINES.: )
V 14. it*' &c., east side of Cb rl"ftt. sitevt, corner of be secured v"!- of tlin p.W'lV'PtCd in rn! by I '*, aiua. HoWarJ.iar! $. .<, f. : .
.,,. whereby their burvivingfamiles may 20 do aiond Cracker-1. .1500: hu i'Ls "rr>. 75 baka I :"IH' ;. 1"11t1t. o. u-ir-
t ; p.rluttc street and Treasury LMR I !! sale b Ire the Court : folh'H P..k r &
ex ;< 1.( U I:1'o-c I
K ; -i m
the evils! of 'bi O\r .5fJ {! l ;). tf'I..a
ruin p"nnry.l'ItIRJlhtt't..t'xplalialory Hay,75 s :' c > Uracd u IH/U : Pork &. t'a,. :
Lewri' Andreti. Tailor Charlotte .stree't. I of principles of Mutual I at Melloiivilie inthe 't-nny of Ornu;!, on tic tirrtI t.t'lIl1p'li/.l1ork.; oip.ukhnz .
2hhds .S1ioulder.s2ii-i; l ut.1 dIf*-, ic. 1 tierce j I Vltlt' 'l1''hlun.; i" vmra.e i-32. ,
I 'varthe.'i. Life Instance: and illustrating' us advontagus. with dried Beef, 15 bbl LKU 35 k.eg. do3 do Butter I Monday of Si-pterab"r next, tlit-fcHnvJr! : 'KMried: l.VItIIt.,., 'n.l Uith Alf"r. t."raJc m jts. and qts' '
T49m A* leu. Tailor Charlotte: Street, near. be obtained at.the office 01 property oreo much tlv'rfaf: as vl t pay ttif 5ic.u and ; 11.-ir. .
iWm.' application,may Ccas-ks' Cheese. 31)( boxes io. 3 halfkW: t ;I LS. Olive
; 'he store of Geor/c Burt Wall of of its agents.TRUSTEES ,I. ounty tax due thertvii 1'0: fh1 v> :ar l-'t' .+:,iel II.. rr- 'ferIi1. $t'nl. t4 und (
Cuinpany, 35 jOt. or any Tongues 12 bbs! Stewart's .S'u!:-ir.lU -' n.A. ., { :,-> .. '* f F11I. Jlc.'rrUl Coy V
Mn Utina. Bjot makvr Chirlotte utreet inridn1- .1IIIon.. Sat
near 0 0
I i
i cci'sary expenses o sn 5. iince. IJkVVrISflJ
5 do pulverised do;, 2 boxes Loaf tk, 3 h\ !. A0 Cod.
J the Citf Hotel. J..< R Culllaf: David C Colden do, 10 bans H II do, 10 bands Mola: f?tw, 15 i ioi IaudgrantedtoP.nl 1 5 it .j'cr. : ir&h! f f '%.IY.I t V -

; V Jttfpk Lt/i. Munufucturerof. Segari, tliop InV Win J llyrlop Allied Edwards racks Rio Coflee. 5 hIt chests Black Tra,2.r rl box.-s i 1818 by the: Sp' ,ii.i IJ.: ., 'v ','ff- 'ItV. !i ft"ri. WI :hro 1 I \IISCJLI.ANJOlf.r.h': : H
Howard'e.Buildlnge. Belts j Hirert J..Ca* 2: 'i1jl. VV- .t ,,fnrr,: (;.trdenLcgnde'l '' r.t r ; Oat
R II )1'L1m'y.Will March: 40 kegs Nails, 3 bpi i'q.per.to .. ,. i't.ot. -.r.1 GOI.p ,. qtf. rt'1 \
V G. y. Pafy. leaer! D 0' Grorern-s and Proi-. Kred: Wlimtoii, Joseph Blunt 5 kegs Powder. 200 bars Lead, :5 l-Ms: rutty, 15- noriiws.ru oJ .- \ <>t ;S<* r'- ir.tt' r.f i-ri f t I l'.t! t'a'Ilu... J..n..on. n.th'Unci.IU./k: SpaD. -
Charlou 'few d.'IOr8 South of the ; VV 1 W.lliamVll1l..iI.! .ol'.'?'' 'lir >x*; ,- Isnas. Starch. (.J.i;. \\.ick V
i cpn
4ionsI street' a C W Faber; Isaac G Pearson loxez.asSOrtCJ GlJsj 2 bt-lb 1.0 U lana "nl, 2 cto Turpentire .. : : L.(1Hi. flackiP: :. :n sits kteuirtsp4t,
: J 4'-
routhwarJly l-yha ot Vi '
; l l T C"'f'1
Cilyllotel. y ; n
John P Yeivertoti, Henry Wells 30keg< whit! I.td.2 bMs whitini:,. 15 cans' V :' HflL41P. 'eJIJLbin dn.' l''rrt ,
the f':' : '
Ji'V ,
ri'wo'r '
Mtttrt .'Iv I", &( ?fellis>tn. Cabinet r.ukrrs. Tit"o Scdgwick, Wm Moore, Verdigru; 5 bbls Coal Tar, J 10 !buckets ('SiatnpugnuWine. I v/arJIy by ,., '1'. t) liJ"'t.r:; In fo. l\id.t n"'I'H.Ju "' k..
rrri'-ii: J11! I'. ? -
to 'o ; : : f 1Joor
Council Zebedee COOk 10 Cordials! 10 bj-ktr l Ciirr p. I. V :.t ,. ,- ." ttI!.
V ?orner of Market 'qure l adjoin-nj* room. Stacy B Tollins, cases lgCi! cfE3 For.aci! : .' 'V V V rcusion t'p IJ 'llch '
V 'V < '/.An Afanirjr. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near Jnhti ill :Swift Jona Miller der : bbls Mackerel 2 b-.xt Go.ifjsii, 2u Jo VfKGILR t t I'r' '', V V r "';:'-f. ..r" fli ,;' 1' 'f r.VV GaoTl. .

r J he N.rth f?.wof the City., Vj John Wadf-worth David A Comstock, Herrings, U5 sacks Sal:, 30 do uiole fc'alt, 20 1'.4 :. JPiJ. > V ; V : -V
V .ar.:1" : T'r..
V S M Cornell, Robert Shuyler boxes Tallow Candles, 10 8rerm lo5 J V V'., .
j I Jouv M Wilkins Jame5 Chamber, .
AMUSEMENTS Adamantine, 30 doextr.i Soap, 25 Vt: tJ. .
1 llilli.rl Tei/e Scaling Alley. Oa Howard, John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman -J.ALA. J; I 'V [; VV
Oil boxt-5 .
V : I do, 2 tierces 4UJ Raisens i .
Howard Belldinpi, Market rquare. Fred Whittlesry Moses H Grinncll :IU" J 'I. ., *.' ;
bdl ,
Almons 1 bag Ginger Hops, 5 bu. ,
Wm J Banker .
fottlinf Alley Lietr Rtjrttlanenlt.. by Charles: Ely, .'. V
4 Sweet Oil ill do Mustard, I bbl Rose Coru.2J .
F. Bridier. City Hotel. John C Crugt( Eugene Dutilli '* )orman !: V V (r ,' ; \ .

'PJ lip Gomsz.V RetailT of Liao"rs, Rffieshmenw? Walter Joy. Francis Lathrop pipes| Brandy do Gin, 5 quart casks Wine, !I| .. to.. V !-r. t V :. :' ..

.., Charlotte .ir et, oppwite BridieiV .Bowling Alfred Pell, J 0 Thatcher 24 Brooms, 6 nests Tub, 401 reams wrap V I'Jam. A. i .-,n"l:Adin'r. or > .'1arb. : V .!:: V. '. VV

%il',. JOSEPH B. COLLINS. President ping paper, 10 BChockolate, 5 boxes assorted R. G. Liviugston dec- | A.ets.I I V :' t.., ;.- .: : : '.. .
.. V
10. : MAC ABHVTT Secretary.JO Preserves, 3 hbds ,Tobacco' 15 boxes assorted pursuance of a decrcfta I order of said Court to Yoi : .. ,- ,; '..;" ;Vz'!'.. ', ., .. SrV. .V .:. ,t'W:

STAGE OFFICE .- :FI-H BLUNT Counsellor. Brands do.,10 do Pipes 3 do vials Snuff me directed all persons having demands against rdencc VVt r. V V ....".nu with confi-,

V ,: 0'" ,i..:' ,tkr Pic.'.'* MailStagt; Bndirr* .City; (;. R. FAIRBANKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. 15 coils assorted Rope, ?< -ttVrip. I II ,. ter, 5 the abon.estate are hereby required to come before duced prices.; ubv M .t W ,c.je..Ojt0 suit the time, at re- :

I i' }Hotel. 4 I : FbIfhh. do Scotch Ale, ,,5 do ,.!o i' .;i WhiskeyV meat the town of Newnans ille. in Alachua county, an.1 private r.milil's.r Itulicii the ItirntioD I(the trade.

:l' *- EtJU l OIL. White Lead Turpentine Var 5 cases Pickles, 2 do Oive! :,! at my office therein, on the second (2) day of September Jan, 1. 1850. B. E. CARR -

r : CHURCHES.. I\ |r Jfi. h. Tar Rosin Cak m, Spikes LimtaWi..k. sups, 2 do Sardines, 3 bcls \> 1.I Beans 2 hbls 1850, and exhibit their demands against the V

: and assorted Lumber,ror sale assorted l Corks, 3 hit bbl Pickles Bricks, same ;and all persenons who shall not then come forward %oUee -
Aortk Lather I
V Rtmj* Cfthilic id? foi1 tD I IV P- E. CARR Laths White Pine Lumber. Yell.'n? : :-. and prove their demands against said estate,shall II hereby given.that 1.Iialt. six, moaths
j,1.ff after
,"ture. 1; Hair, Plaster&c. be. excluded from the benefit of this decree. And present to the iude or d.I"

V \ Ff ittojHil Ckurek. .*)uth aide Monument square. Irish and Scotch Wld."r.,. T iiH persons not parties to this suit who shall come in C.soty, myaceOUnLt (for s.ttlei Probate of :i. Johns ,

Pri4t.ia* Ckursh. On SL George street, ALE.Cider,Potter in Pints and Quarts, The above are new in .;tore and puru.use,; *:?:e me and prove their demands shall before they a ,-Admiriatrator olthe Estatt' GC and allowance) {
4 'I 'South of the square. l Madeira Sherry. and Port Wines. Charapagn at low, rales and with much care as per shipment a are admitted as such creditors,contribute the,propor- of said county deceased ;and further oben 3IiCkkTPI # .,

Jiff(lotto; Ckaftl at. Geerge street near rte Brandy Holland Gin. MonongohrlaWhwkey, assorted warrants. The several. -Invoices are now 1 >t o ate expenses thereof to be settled byrne as Master tbt I shall at the same time ask 1r notice it ivea

; ,faaaolia I1ouse.V Wines Lieuor. ..Coidiaf! &(., or sale by being opened at retail. SAM'L. RUSSELL rom my Admioislralorship osaj Estate a final'd iclar ,
V. B. E CARL June22 B.E Jnme 6 2m Special Master in V
Jo'tb' CARR; : Chancery. JAMES '
'rPRYS. OF : .; V } Sf. A'1Ipst*.June 151850. &.,.

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