The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00038
 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00038

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E t: TY/i :r get tbcm"ti dc tp the boat 111.speedily as possible to.;us at the rate ota rail Ca,, half WIDe;) day there,was steady throng of customer; > Texas, a slave state, clsfniod all pa too east ,
Afr? Thchlnnnocverin I succeeded for a small cup' be standanl pric 'aJ; : and when towards m br, the :
\/ if i Ita.ftJ It> I f.tf t. W KfJ.ITfjPAV over passengers by uidtrptthat! .river up to 42 del add the reso
in them from the house much the Isthmus. Of 'eatables there tho Falcon which reached
", getting way xvas. noneTha ( Caagres toe dai lutions of nnnc tlul'pruv.idtd that slavery
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1 to tin relief of the landlord, a YankeeTrom tortillas would not bo ready r no fead, no, after Us) began to contain, tho crowd wa'sxcxcessive ., should be prohibitedonly above 30 ADd. :

WI ._ -IYLVICS'1'ER ,MANUCY, Maine, nnd his pretty little wife ; and I was rice, no bananas. The show z a handfol-oi The house fairly swarmed .arid yet then only with the consent of Tfjusf This : i
d f !ilia IHiIoLAII'n Ax trjitx ADVAHCE.Le IIhuwint t;lcm how u, :' t ab.>nr
lZ'tISDun..JJI Inserted at SEVENTY way tnt ih"j.i o'Il\'r' uncoar ,cincnt, alone; I lit tlo'raw corn and! bottle uf aguardiente,the house, which was almost 'crnpiv( *. The rust they called a constitution excluding slavery."

pt'r PQunft 01' 13 line or under, (,rthc.1 tin Uttro\\t i 11' tlla, i t\; "; doxv \ aUeep bank, never fu:ling inmate ofthee Taricho on the Istliinus. of business was all but 'overwhelming ; bu Having thus cut olf i he access of the slaveholding '

+ ." Jtif'lll lIt tom. a.J Ptm<.*CKTS for -cgcli Milwquentii. in 1 tin: iluk: tt Ip'n II IF fool siippuf and down t| Having drunk ourco/caud paid for it, Mrs. Ite(..tile wife of our landlord, it lu herself population to the interior of Utah by run- P
if( ifem lulu tliOnhr's river, xvii; Te it xvasWi'en j xvo got back,Jo our boat. n host, and managed to be everywhere'amid ring the frccsop line down on both sides the ,
.. "Atkductloa will be jnack for notices
i If 'In- t leet dorp, tiw hinniiu i, three tir l fourinilfiuri j TUrf SWAN DO.1ED--CA.'QE SAVIOATIOS.I ,to attend to every one, with u power 61" Pacific and the Rio 'Grande to the Mexican .

ymtrttJ r fix IT.outh& ., huiir. Tlnff! was 't| danger( hoxvter I The repairs done to our machinery sufliocd ubiquity, and a,never-failing politeness,equally territory. Congress passed a territorial bill for "

.. 'II"-oD..7'\.n. i'Vf..nO. .1 'fifitc wJ.,n ; ull least i f tint nui ; and, ill a few m>- us to get us along from,5 cluck until 7, when astoni:hin*| ( Utuh; without excluding slavery from it in r

r ,:, ". 91 be rxrc wd on tra.oucMc terms.Jjft'CUcr IIn+'tis I was getting into dry clothes 1( as Est: ns 1 xve ran upon a b ar about a mile from Sun I'.i- After many Sricissiludes of firtunlhu fickle that bill. It hail been done in the Texas New ._

-- ;.L' pi.:-ilih'1., It was a littk )Lard, though, as I said blu,'and in th; ulfjrl! to get on, Groku. again goodness jccttn'disposed ni least to ikal k.njyr 31exiC(' Jd Calilti; oia bills,'the people of the

( 1., ,: xvlnlt: j-tiit" thc waiter. ripo: +\ u'y chin, that; the stem of.our valve,. tuis lime hopelessly.Tiiei with IctcrtRood. His house is-not only two taller having I) already- declared their intention

.,! ; fr..om & r easterly: UK oiuv Mi'oer man iii the. party, sliotiid Lave e being nothing els: t.i be ,done, I engaged oni of the h.;t k''pt, but tae mot popular on of doing lit The Mexican war by

., Tfoc fujkyitig' loiter was xva-jtien L)' .u- I got 'into.till river, xvljtle the juJh')) companions in my choicest Spanish, the first boat. that the Isthmus, and when Hoed hss' completed I.whir.h.ltris vast region was acquired cost, to

CCfWC_ Sfy, L q. a member of.thu New multi Aboard safe, though, on nil-fours.". "'hiswas came along to start with-'myself and three his contemplated improvements, cannot fail gcther with the fifteen millions paid to M %- .

1 ,',1'nF 1r. u a friend in this c-i;Y. who bus in)' first real mlivduct'uri' to the Chargr others to Gorgo-ia; The captain, us fine look. to nuke fur him in a few yp mars, a handsome ico, about one hundred millions of'dolhrs,. .Of

,,' toed 1qU '1d it io tu f,r 1"' it.lt"n. Mr. I rivf'Jiiu! I .felt as ii'ihen I and there t 1 had caught : fug a young: yellow: fellow as I ever saw, with fortune So may it be, for he deserves it all, I: tub, the south paid her full share aud miroh

Iq .114<. jojjo to California' wish: the in4king4p I u giiinp-o; of"the elephant:'. T"; capi-iin: of the ILl uaght nose and black hair of the Indian and morc. A true man, in whatever position' mom lh an b r.share of blood.. z

to i | hi* 4.'.rntueu\ fvft lence the bixii amused us by, leiuig iK ilulckil stories and Spanish blood and. .,_close-tittin g; shirt and he may be placed. Lidicsprossin the Isthmus Within 'the past few weeks steamers have

.II IMtt. ttud of iicv.irng Jc(iirw'k' uN tic ol l men who I I'a 1 11111Jt n over-bud and llwwn- i I troxvsers of wblle9toq, whih set off to the will be parti ularly cared for aihis houseWowere arrived at New York, from Panama, with mil

; I Irtii IJtJfC'S iMI. His ucf>rt iswc : ell>i in iho ircaehcrous f:dilit( + s of the swift river I utmost his faultless' figure, had the modesty to to well pleased, that wo reolved, lions of gold. These are sea."momhly pack- J

I indulge 4hc 4io| that it f a iyIewuwi I loath I full asleep as'l; list: on my trunk inbe ask for his canoe (an ample "dugout" soma one and all, to lay by and recruit with him ct*. The product of gold in tHat WQ.'rount--' i

ba | ot the most tuiliv.- : Low of tho boat. I '. I thirty feet long to Gorguna'for four 990 until next day. lug that which goes Directly to England! with \" t

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> :, but a man iutlcxiblc/ -'l'lIli nv.M.it, ;, -unela\', we u0' 'journey was worth. After some chaffering, I took advantage of the delay, to look at millions a year. California ago" ,were now :

/.and a devoted,4ii i nd. Hit i is now in about tiu'tlut k, but ii"ll1uUt1'l'r'lar" be- lie agreed; to lake$-10 four, or $10 a piece; or G.-rgunlt. It is capitnllf'tituatCtf, both for in market,the territory would be worth at least

tb5 prime of his life, trot ov r !Iwentysixycarf : 'fur\r'ttu' disi4; vcred, thai 't tie fast r strnrri picket : ,about 8'50 each mure than wo could have healthand. ; beauty, on the left side of the river, five hundred "millions of dollars-Iho share .1

: of age ; and if bt* to+.tlUW-y I keeps the tixvan;;' (as per advertist-menf,) ,ti.l nut keep hired as good a canoe for the wholu.trip from as you g jrir>, .on a I lofty bluff I ; soae one nun- of the south at $jcast two hundred millions !

: fe.'NJl isuut'bIsJ'lu\, Ilc"W! uchi xvdisU"cS !i up Hcam for, inure ll antu'oOr. tic "'t' hoi nr. t I- Ch'igrcs to Cruccs, eight miles beyond GorVil drro.loot-!vifthe river with u clean gravelly: Th-it has been voted by Congress to the perth i

:' > r:i laer; b'YorustiJ cjuheju u dt-rttl !t:
'l f'u}lowing; leUijr,givLt. nu .act aunt ol' hit ell ;lIht'l' .siitl it x\a llmf.liil{ ot;' the Iir In 'n, this diy as well as' Sum] ), wr met mnandirfb(xtuHj: \ of the lineal mountain residue of thjacquired territory. The total '

.J '.gu ucru. + Ibo Tsthm a ; I II I I1.I, t in turn fl fol'r"Jrroi:1; ;:; wjting! his ,nti c boai loads *returning Californians, on their scenery, The village itself, ', i is simply two spoliation oPuse south may be put down a: j

1!AX4.(A, Sept. 15, 185J. 1: c.ui.y; : u tn on/inirVvTOll: : ;. his perfect in- way iohe. ,-t-tcatner *t *Chagrcs. After. thus i>.. three rows of native fiat!/two or liireu tavcns : the sum of t\v0 hundred and flVty millions, to... .

,.&U' ro VA:11Af ilepeutieiiiu- iit.ii a,|tt ti, every body vise in ll cworld. Jal I (lorries: on'both I sdesVhat: slup arA as many gambling booths, half-u d z.nl go':her with the loss in value to her property ;

' h' My fnrmer letter I I lelVoif just rtaJylo pulfyjboroi'ieinthngbaiH Th* captain f iVas tLI}( slat to, but de- inVoiiij" f mllUwcmttiVh.lt u..'; fro -i Cal- sfi.ip.o I &c. I i I resulting from being cut off from California

" .i 'r ur'C'ktgres, and but cllrl.'d his' matiiiity tit +deeidu tint controversi,';>UonuaT' to which too a. st" xvere.as va- ; !ct church at the head of the village is a I cntafJ3* .; and the future restriction of her t

+' liltte tcat ptu'.ntVi. & m> taut' impressions of and on being urged further' to compel tho refractory ''! ious r.s tlw humors uuikTO'jtmes ot those addressed. ,t "'looking sacred edifice, appearing 1 lirat .I ptJla .Jt power. The importance | power -

.tw plkce. TJiflfV, my. futihur observations theniau to d\ his, duty) announced, Genuraliy t thtyttt.v11 Iitui! JUt; maid il< .v JD be a dilapidated: stable;>n a 'closer may be indicated by the fact,OYJ t the

r dial l oat impruvevt-tvua uric-y mist being thick mst meekly that hc>vas;:tot captain. In 'fact! .;looking' boats cwanpauVd gave the best ins ction, disclosing a lum'jle down a I tea recent session bills wee, pas:d -

+erurttle town aiuljtno mouth .(!' the neci'eforo that the captain had beeYlcft, sick of tno 'fever 1 ticfuunts fiom California; an i vvirrepiul them I wifii a tow scrapes'6f piini yet rum lining, diture ot at lcJ eighty millions dollars in ,

i wo tondsg&fpiiWa mile Jrom,the "sl ll". i at Cliairrcs, and that the boat wa without a xviiu eleers, anJ the much covetedlatest and a row uf'starved candles oi; lop-Calnoliu :I (!herb, and we' ktww not how may 'milligni in

.ne iUf ;boo' MUi nr* fur whick tbo-plne'u --.j ca 'taro in general, or In'|Kirticnlnr.Tlicic t New York P 1'Is." It'a the UnhappyWivhs. us 1 am, uuJju-lom fjr the liunuur ,. *>d dig. Ila id. 11''t" ** .'

itts P"mo feuJKlquly up Had almost! A I I xy,i- >r alai iou of ideas xerry shortly in torn it! unwashed faces, uu- tv of dear, old l1Ioth ;tnVIU .'u Wit re Wet in Ou fi' 'II. Thcii tit a ,. iinr it.'lit u, by. our taking: things into our : cuitibcd hair hollow cheeks and lack-lustre di i corned: and tv n citru'ted. Iho poorest ever tbo_tf hundred and nn' JiuUi 'try tt !1

gtttrtattd tiimxt 04 .uddcniv 'owl handS ;, .1 I cetin,wile elf our,: number(an C$'C s, that had most doleful tales to tell, of the" Indian miuiou1U Nurtttr America can show a :ori,tl 1 s olintton. thetinal cyta gin i o 1'VJ9
../,.,-i"i,1 M '. 'unrniuiart mlinlhac ct1nin of; Liu[rur cf Califoyna.! efiapel;remaricable'rlt. least(t-its'.mleatncss t u'rI" -
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-b M'I ..'t& f. (tlW a I"ttaJ ear. chapel I, filthy, nc lecteJ, and decayed-what ; that the matter is settled and that a perplexing

ot 4'uvcrc3{ U on thu 'I n!h irj tU. lu.-t mall of,the boat's crew who (ly Start ilii- '1Il l1lil1g with oar handsome doe- it indicate but a xvoeful waul'ot 'CatholictUtlli question has been laid at rest ,
'I1teAm ,:tnt t<\\1i ir'. It i iJ a [ did not olh-v orders t., the letter.: :umm'iry : friend, lc vitig 1110 steamboat high and dry on : am'm, :thfse people.; Cl.-iso: by xvas the [1- These arc simple facts; rind will well con. s.
uU bunk of tier( rivet UK you .o but un\oidabli Uiiijer the new dispen'saiinii the sand!, the river having :111'." neatly u toot jail, where a tile of p:)lic<' ollt':er bare-tont- firm Mr. Webster's appeal to the north, when t
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.ni*.blo cullociiuii Jf.with;tr.t l'Oy.01!. ));duty caiWbkin's '': *' 8vv.ur* uotaltn' comfortable (for r during the ni ght; and white our fellow( t'' enl cJ and half-clad nejr es1 in all the dignity of he xvantud the free states to support the Omni: t

liuu- nJ nNtiTO louts thud tthini, and !| a fi-xv' hours overtakn! tOv<'ral cano?; xvlneh J ers xveiebaigaminjj l lor i heir cano-, xvo xxeru 4 rusty b: yunct and trusty cutlass among bus. Said. addressing him tothamem 1
.I l "MJC/t n ; drawn up un u 1 had pissed us in our ditrl'ultil'.. VoxvjriU: lit 'UII I'.iblo. Tneietsa i large and cnuiloiiubU tlifw of th'[m.xvero puttiiu intuit >orj of stocks bers of that section: "What do Massachusetts I

: ra feW wel\tb )cutcii, the wurm-cuttncril\iuli.ilmairs! the! .% IMiivcx :- don k, tho iuinent .veinoiji:: t trt s-.roxv btrouter, ; randio, of three or four l buildings! kept by two luckU'W wights of natives-; who had gIlt and the north, them nnti-slavcfy states, lose by

,1! out i.itlmctritnm.: Of loukiti the whiteIixnlxiJug I]I and thy otl'ais of our Sth'tn" rains': it ;:r.v!| the,mother of the PIdrc-\n ancient matron, iii\'o a drutiken) squabble logcther. One of this adjustment? What is it they lose I put

-1 t uro rather the LL aT; lot of;-luliuut, pi* j Il.n,,, fiq n?nt moiv and mote nsthni'itie, n.itil \; With a remarkably keen' sense of thc value of them,the 'hrefuttni,lor, h id given tluptlicr a thai; question to evc> gen'leman here, and to 1
just us n could wth J about du< 'v<> got into u) rapid, which Inn- tin American d l lC.Vo slopped tor a low sever.' eutiover the second joint of his right "cxvrv man in the country. They lose the application .
I'tn1CI'1' ookni }! p ra errs tAI you ,! *,.. that we were glad to'' luuniiutat'tirucupofcutfcu fur ourselves and I fbre-finger' nearly serving it in two. it bled: of what is called the Wilmot pro ,u
died toughly r
who us
: tin*:+M*. I ppcuk, uf cuuivr, of tH>su Nuns iIIiIC ofwrrunuxkus44 *Voino to1'undi-r thu nearest bank I bur the ;; some aguardiente tor the bo. tmen. There uUo. profuit \., jnlJd th-- mm was in treat pain. to there territories and that is all." liera the !

r':, 1\.1U1L. inv. vcrv. ;U'irfobservations. t tI the xxoakhur continued clear. I Ianoraltcr.iMipper i \\'I! nuid halt the hire of the boat the other half .\Vi:han"ext jmporexplinlandas stri Pi}or cotton eloquent lenlerncn-orocccclcd: to prove' as ha I
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i tics (,tit)' lung in such n IJh'CC..jl nidtt. 'I Gortona. The bound I the xvoun.i cauiionmg him that the Wilmot was a'mero -
out nf our baskets half; to ,be paid at canoe, our Cap- cloth we up thought, proviso
I f: and 'bHc1M-.c run bew mid U'crc.: hningr.iTKK I : of spread our. lit tUkd UpOI\ the fir-I' jai ; tOld me, Belonging to the priest's mother, not to displace the dressing* The sufferer abstraction, and l that slavery would be abolish I

J to 'O UI the river. otler.s .,.aJc* haste to |, I doz\\aid MI dock (occ.ipyiug 1Ili" whu'| ol it;t 1) whorexvi unit ot the ,4O which we paid,she 8, himself seemed grateful, but the other looked 0:1: with cd in the territories without it._ After concluding -
ngnpu their pass igu on u t tcambo.t.\ Miuiully ai wo ever lept anywhere s 2J! aiul the remaining $12 were divided a sort of amused wonder, that we" Yankees" this argument he n'skeJ'u lIin; "Well, :
- -the Swan" up Jhr Ciorc n \. j\ tt lepl until ais next niornin tmmluh i.is bo'atin. >So. he stir ed; though 1 should hither ourselves about njKiysaivfs fin. : then, what ii yielded lu the north but a mere j t

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a oc. responsible ,jn-uple in the place( und, l' SfJ'l. y --At I wo o'clock in the afternoon !; oa the river i ii for the owner ut the toat to constable would bu released next mourning onpayment no nnn would venture a farthing now for a t

>) 4md already made twe -fiucccssful trips I
f' *v. sjuM thuthiug Cuf-u* Thurs was iitst"i.vrui ominoiiN, our cra.sh in! tho'' worst part of the I or bteersinan, takes 3-5thkandtho oilier :.' thJ den pagar ?" iuqun eel I. "Then they stay in : slavery should be established in New Mex !
titioa for tickets uud 1hc a<;cnt 11:1\11: an + official. "
11It cum divided the crexv.Thu gravely responded the ico.
and we htd'just l tim to run out a uio. amjug
(ote mi dilliculty in filling} his uatin'cr) few current, and half dioxvninginthcncl current here is so rapid that xve had to -Thus far .t present. Next day, Wednesday And thus he showed absolutely that the north '. !

I minmeu' 'ith'paM.eu.rers tit the inode$ pn:oif 1 line to the nlJxtrel'an unfortunate-native, Upsetting: who was bur boat along by pulling, su.iutimes making, ; September llth, 1 started from Gorguna .. gained every thing and lost nothing' not even j

\ ; $toG a ituuil end $3 n hundred pounds fui hiss little: canoe. The, stem oftheovalvo 1 in spite ufall the courts ot our m in,aided by for Panama, twenty five miles, found the road the full purpose intended, by the IVilmol pro ,

t u\\\\ bade fifty pounds. About twt lye uiiiing us in broken,and there was no means us scarcely any headway in the worst places. awful, was the best part oft\\'o day s viso. i
was I
o'clock, we Bin r ted HI tau( spirit with three it board, Fortunately we The scenery, hoxx,veris beautiful boyonJ ing'the journey, and got into Pall perform-I'I Will any one attempt to show us a liko I
repairing on
,1 Cheers fur Co ptain Jtewrson, ul the Phtlaccl- of had or two machinists among our company description, much more, vat iai and pielurc que daycvening;, ;dust about used up, took a manner thiii the south has lost nothing.. -!/. 0 I!

*I.\ thin. wlu'Ji8xn4hc. shore to tee Usolf.THK who one after several hours hard work over I than below, with broad meadows, and hells supper and went tn blJ. I bile Planter. I
' VOYAGE OF THE sWAC.fi' i umbrellalike been in Panama on !hree
with Its magnificent 1 have now
in native rancho, succeeded plantation,
': tTrom 13 o'clock until j p. in., of S.iturday, u miserable fire the, damage.u lor. leaf'; down to the xvater's edge, and m tne days, in perfect health, though there is much Discovery an ,CU Roman Town in Kent '

,,1 yto inado about cnty milt, ovcrhaulinj and II in repairing, A NATIVE: KANCIIO. i bick round, rising continually. ,one above the clulera nil around rne. To-morrow morning Preparations are'being mode for excavating ,

; }>aujiog toour great satisjaciknt, most of the I Ill tills interval: xve amusoil ourselves ,by a ; ufhc.ithe lofty hills of New Urcnader. Thenurning at our, I go abroad our ship, the Carolina, t an old Roman: town in Kent. The silo at the

adtrance. rancho the of the bank. It II WIll light and warm, but a coul1)reeze which sails a, live r. u. 1 will linMi my jour- t foot ofthe hill crowned by the mcdizeval ruin

J scud pnt. yrcs !! visit to the first native on farm house lop xve had set n, t' ,tempered the heat. Cutting down the plantain nil on ship board, and send U to you from. called Lymne Castle. The discoveries of tha I
Si lit i In this part, a inuJily, ciovke I was the workmen them into the middle of
. to you of cun iiicrable i leaves xve made a delt titlul axvnmT) under Sari Francisco.O"Vc brought a
t attmamfrom eight to t"cut.\' feet deep, and diminishing ; and it was ufcuurse, an object hut, : lltlecn bytwenty I which we sailed. along, enjoying ourselvesto Roman house, of not very large dimensions

lt; from a quarterof; a mile to three |: cur oiity. Imagine wiih'jut: doors n or say windows, open: I the utmost. are gratified to sec, from the call fora eight rooms of which Ivhve been more or less

;t hundred und fifty feel wide; with banks ;I I round feet fur a lutlo wattling in the Three hours, which passed so pleasantlythat public meeting ibis morning, thai there are trn cJ. The lower part of three rooms was

t.Which are'otic cuut uuous and impenetrable Lull except tku!oli to a point I w lt carccl) felt them brought us to Gor- sore of our fellow-citizens who are hut disposed occupied by a hypocaust, the columns of
, : tftass of tropical A-cpetnUun.; Wb\v and then corners' wvith a 4I high rising: nor fireplace, aUJlu.Vt paid our uoaimen the balane.u due to rejoice over the injustice xvhic:' was which, fbrmed'of I' square tiles, remain most of

;1 tho jvaB coft r< imagined un alligator, which I j ii( Mitt middle fatty,stones neither: in chimney one corner to build the :them; but,cuald nut prevail upon than to carry inflicted OH the south by certain laws of the I I them standing,,'but the floor above ii unfor.
,# like ttid inthecorwwaaigcnerdly. except a without additional who feel so disappointed tunntely These hypocausts are almost
negroes smoko where our trunks to the tavern an recent Congress,-nay; gone.
to escape
. *' buts i nut.ea le-stick.M: I: fire upon, I"avittglhe that I I found in Roman houses discovered
+fi 'Nuffin jvino Overhead : ci ht-to ton dime tOr each trunk. The truth is, the and outraged by those laws they are invariably
. ThechaUoraJ\2)'tUe parrcqunts \\'lIh" Inch {.soeveritlisteth, say of over .in England used to be considered aa
i I bomboo which as- cxtraviganl prices proffered for every thin"; oa resolve'that no suspicion rejoicing ; they
L filled and the sliest I"t-: of thotilghpictsuro fed in a lloor of you them. baths but do.bt their was to '
i: t\esc.ood are 1 This it the bedroom the )Isthmus by the first adventurers to Uili- I their enactment shall rest upon warm no object
''* engine of out little bout, nlono cend by u nutchc.'cpot. hard dried has utterly spoilt the natixes. Thus, This is right and honest. Just look at there create warm air for tho purpose 'of warming ;

broke tho stiUnecsltrldolt seemed to brood ov r where the whole family hair under sleep on them fur aR ftI 'i t lornia, they adhere t. their contract, xxlritever wrongs briefly told. A territory large enough tho house. It is the first instance of any de*
the though 'I
tko place.. If from,the crcatiacVcVoppcd \ covxhiics, whit it be, they will throxy nothing in. Nothing -,.' to mike a dozen slates has been acquired by the I I liberate attempt to uncover the remains of a ,
tIA w Ttu | may inch of it southern Roman town in this country.-London Pajer.] I
t ness.The consisted of the father, EusebioNarriga for nothing, 'i is their motto Youcan country, and on not one can a : i
\ for ihoni icht ut hcc di.n fin 1 < family his Men MMM M BH B HMMW*** -
< a j" | venerable gcntlc'man, iu'n dilapiditvd scarcely I asUone! of them to help. you lift your man tcltt&is properly place fool. may I I M l
siste' a Woman's teeth decay sooner than ;
M&bibetiaaeofDo* IStcaunusVtwo s) shir "and trunk mule without his expecting u talk sop s1ry until they grow black in the generally '
for no bettor reason that we cmild diM-over, ![ : straw hat, unJ u Ycridirty tfenoni ,Mann : und on yuur considering himself very ill treatedif face-bu'.here is,a sinple fact which tears it alt rota's the reason of which, says some writer,|a 1:

i than that It CQQils\e of two t cnC ,-one n.tth c.nnd !1 Jiothing clsa' ; his wifetho four and' dime do not it. ,i may have some curious to pieces usa strong man would a curiously I because of the friction of the tongue and the ,
black beauty some pay
the other the **4iiurican HotDl," t having j i Tcre.s:a, a very mallbroallo.lso, In avery and you hither provoking instances of this to relate wrought cobxvcb. sweetness of the lips, '

near tile rivera larue transparency on the top }, a halfit'd high costume and as the eldest son, Munocl, by and by.JAMES But this is not all, Nat satisfied with this I lie that is good may hope tQ become better; .\

of a poxl Announcing tho{aLto6 were dcsir- t primitive of twenty, with nothing REEDS' HOTEL AT GORCOXA. outrage Congress has purchased territory in he that is bad, may fear that he may become ;
MU to Ik CD shore, ifpouihlg, and escape an interesting youth I delighted to meet in the round numbers one hundren miles square, to' for vice, virtue and time never stand
i' waist band and:'a knife as long us : At,Gorgona, vas I worse; J JI
I the dliConfertsofA cightin ow> little eruct,,,,1 on him but a daughter Maria Mercce- I first : fit the landing, tho face of an old I add to the already immense treesoil which it still
crou-dod to excess W1LIIll lottery passe ngcrin4 i your arm; the eldest in the political has spoken into existence. Most of this hat I '
attired Reetl well known
sixteen. friend Jumes ,
: their baggage, We found few "AmericanHotel dce,a dark damsel-of blushing sacrificed under actually been bought from the south-has been I As among wise men, he is the wisest who
both ends to circles the first victim
in-a calico dress,rather scanty At as devoted to slave labor taken thinks he knows, the least so among fools,h.eis .
+ Mtly" long and rude barn; Indian corn for Polk in the New'York Custom House, for hisdevotion so much land .
t'."- with tiie .wet i open I. onebat fitrtiiioncd of: which her efforts in pounding; effect to freedom.No ., from an and converted forever into free soil. t greatest who thinks he knows the most.

, for a tar aDd -dining stlooo.1 sad the other a torttUlas, tannery\ tow lI\
.. tIIoMtiwr).rtbe ta octt(as'ii oat.lt was filled. t more novel than ,picturesque imd;, female any of all together without seeing a decent meal of victuals 000,00') is taken from our own pockets U is breeze;-but,a moment of misfortune seems an

Kh noisa Califdmians,on their way to"the i jtity of little urchins, into stairs to two or a civilized roof', can appreciate jhu as if a iivm were in tUi first place a party to : age of pain. .
.f anal looked altogether! thoroughly sizes, running doxvn. like stcjwof of his own robbery and afterwards paid the
etatrs troubled with with which the our (mar
uninviting> ,that wo jwolvod to putt with oui. feet nothing, the burs us little, : delight his comfortable looking house, hospitable price which aid the thief to esca,, .justice. I He,who hates his. neighbor miserable him- '
xvtlcomed .
'. when they wcro'born! and n troop little in detail into this .3lf un l makes all around him feel so. .
If.I beat for we JUglit. returned, .nnd ocupicJ] clothing as until near midnight in ol curs the mosthunjiy uI14 J well cooked eatable matter. "Congress has given all of California "
mysel/ uneasy uttcmpt of eban I
I -
> is California emigration
profusion off .
ofburk. its There a falling in

, r a >l which thus monopolizes our great
r 'Jo the leaned agam-l po .the north
lit in hiatcd What break- lo
to catch u idccp atinos o yet be enjoyed ourselves: a ;
cotfeo appeared to loxv W: from New Orleans. A regular line of
.Iho tire with latitude 3: to 47-a coast I
I i band box of cabin. I A on Pacific coast
a than entire
t nhereofouf ul pot
was better imagined
nude bu i
-and considerable time
utensil of tlje house ) uui fat vre may about fourteen hundred seven schooners which for a
bulb cooking its\\ sinuusitics' I
oagt ClAd to cscano from tuflbcation ammutchitos I the 1' For suventy4iv ,ctneach, we ;
xvuoJ described.
of full; business in
the bare -irth; or u stick 11'Hiles Congress has also voted totransfer hid; carrying passengers tq
and 1 made my tt'aytip the bun Ilo sit cither on ; ate in n countrytav'ru in length. \
a chair known hiu as good l a meal as/I ever the entire I Chagres is nuwhllily wilhedrawn for want
svch thing as New )ll'xicojurisJictiun
no .
where being to
the American Hotel 1/ouiid threo r them and milk which in this I
Nnw llreiwda', Cofle6, not at nil ; save extcpl Grande also 32 deg.,although i yf patronage,
kad themvices in this paitof All valley of the Rio
.f coanaaious beep jetting be hadat any place.
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i\: __ ST.AtJGU'Tts1E; : : to this nice f igcntlenrui; who is I iso ufraid of It thcireal a rill \\'i:5dom-ben: in mind, that patriotism : parly day. Slavery existed' in all the Staffs; .--. 1J.rr8! Scwarmtun4Ik'ji ? '

''i '. I fallinu into bad company, and bf being contaminated is best,illustrated by tlceds., not words" : ntfy J. altliQUirti; I Ifsi'ntf i rc.Nt was felt in .it at th'j! 'ThiT arc many iSher; : sehtimcnt ,contninet|" ,
: 1 ; Saturday Nov.2f4O. North I than at '.lit South, no man thought of mtc'rtirinjr -,, in this Irltr to \\'hlt.'ivO mig' t antI .aprta.1 '
._ I by coming in contact, or associating.! c:m H like ehnrit-Ligin at Jiomc. besides his :
";- '- i n ,: !. with it in any other outfit to refer, but we- forbear. \Vf! ;.
r: t.. :: ID:: Tho Right Rev. Bif-hop B. nAtr.O! ,D. p. I witl Southern Republicans -the perusal of the Tho Editor appears to Fe alarmed at last, own: and even then much irndornes* and regard I the letter itself and our intelligent rC11ters publialt eu....

> .: of the' Roman Catholic Church., arrived. in following. paragraphs .from the "Southern, tit the threatening: nndr dangerous aspcxft of were paid to The private; rights of the 1 fudge for thrtnsel :t. ""Ve will a
.. \ ',} this City'on 'Thur4dnylnst. Press" which may: perhaps have the.cuict of public affairs, and v even* despair of the Re. owners of this species of property. Thc fact ,1 I'm' : the brief and! cold! compliment paid .?...?. -.
; is, that in those early times men acted as th--y administration has .
nUmujil ih&ftif
: more
his views this pointhnd; of of'i"
on correct such union
Jt mndefying :: public for tic chance nfin' '* .
: ,, :r TiiEBousTTT LADLtr.-IaLhe ; ought to act how. They attended) to their own ;;ilj than, of civility. While the writer de-
;', t'l!; :letter froiiftlhc Scfcrcfhry of the, Interior following there ing his ideas as to,the character of' this new moderate! 'men, at the North, as he speaks of, attiirand let those of their neighbors aloir i! iwunws.'by implication, the whole policy or. ..

, : is jinJ rapidly increasing Party. 4 muit be \d milted to be desperate, and cannot But this discretion doc:; not suit the meddltii; : thu administration, apd; gives his ndhesioV to :

'. :t' 1 a very important question decided, which "The attempt to distract and divide! that be calculated} on. To- whom is inis state of spirit abolitionists. 't'hey.rc anMhcMn-ielves lbuene Ries, personal and polificaloCii3bead
Iv :,, has bc raised under tile. Bounty Lund Law they may: conquer the South, and.cripple the things, mainly owing It i is to. such l as himself as sent forth on a mission of universal lilJ' ra-,jmid fully* cndoresall their acts nnj qpinin-

: : Approved 28th September. According to tcSecretary's action of her slf'ls-in\'incilte: when united abrethr.n whom, lion, md they care not who*rights they it!- I j I iOIl Iii say. that it is "worthy! oTth ii..highesf,
'f -or to those. with he lias been acting vado what di-nstors Oil their Ico tirr! in
'\ construction of it, no it will in one common cause; hCt'dlcs\.ofthc or they luring -I1Cl7 this crisis is cither irWienl or
!' be receive .* pcrwn forn:er divisions! which scvcnl them aiuHodt -who against all., hope, hacth'1'i.. been country: that mission: ,s-incitnncd: by the"high; *)i ia very shallow nll-tr.Jp to catch Mr, Fillmore -
I! : seen, can mare than one warrant, ,j jI' t I the evils! all now feel-lhcViropulIersof parr looking for .a union -"of modecUjfrmcn! at the cr law*," must be fullillvd. This i i'a the belief: I and hi.* fri: I1JJ. Will they bccarghti

: nllhoughhb mal have sorved a dozen tour (lf1];I may as-well abandon: for that trick has been North who line.notnnIv, refuscii to jnil\ their of the honest:; one, among them. Thu'charity Thi-Nis i tins question-\vu shall soon Ifnrr: the

I sen'i r., ** !"h'cfl' ?jf rendered by several individuals J tried too oftc>n,) ,-. of thu leaders j is not qmio so abstract. 'The nply:'''[i it possible that "Uuca nllykMto to .

! ;t would entitle each to n warrant." J1 "We have a[ready*published the numerous Statc-rJ hts brethren in ir.akjng, a timely resistance present condition things in NeV York clearly SyracmeZ'; Can it bu that, \rhl>*:% Hunt*

i tot *? DEPARTSEXT accounts mietm' afior meting: held, with- to Northern rcssion-.hut; by unriiit- shows the'truth of tnis position letter boforc them r c.o'.'i
. ,t S .Ucobcrn or THE IKTCRIOR, t '. out dis'.jnctiorf: ( of pjirty, to denounce and or- urally making war on the)latter. anil denouncing It Is evident that the Liters! ia the existing l the resolutions, of too SyVncua; c ;Vcntiolt H

i I r Sn :*! h'avcvrTCcivcd"your* letter, 1&50.of ihe(8th organize resistance to tho so- allcd Compromise. thtm as disunionists'jncendiaries, &c., agitation on the subject of :slavery: consist otfanaticsrpfld Mr. Fillmoruand his friends: will strike1 their

II' int.,inquir jn "|,hethir: tinder! the net' np-. We!: have showji....iheJmtcjnal. feeling have played'! 'Into Jhd! hands!and promoted the demagogues* The fanatics star' flag! unatioilal: ivhi-rs: ;' which they have: assumed
'. roved tho28lh which hiis: replaced theiver ioris"arid Ole hos.4$1.cta4ife ted. the. game-thaudcmagogucs! have run i id it and bow before the, genius ot\Vill..
I, l Scpi. er, J 850 he s ahd I iogwber 6n 'Iie.\U.or.lhcif q1k-Md.dcA crni r J 'mb t } 'h dkplttftd aspirit tfTTs\raKjr"I11" thrtttctI .

- ; *: hu shows'thnt ne warrab the.Southern platform, leading ,spirits from all the South ft is, however, not too late per: not!, to; be do btcd. hcl".PJ.Pv that and-we undeistrind.witli rt rcttbnt such is b" ,

provided mo /i thnl1. : -' bo has performed /he old organi4 ttio'ts.V u have, pointed out hapsfor the suhmissionists jo retrace their though they "love the nvgro mucb.,ttill they he their course at. Uiicu and here-:tbcnv>> is aU

Innd 'lit onc tour bf \'jcc entitling hina1Q' 'thcr obliteration of tho old party, lines, so steps nm! repair thcircrror. Let them wheel love office and Ins spoils of office more." the m->ral forcoof Mp. "Fillmore shnk: q.J1nd
I j
'r clearly I and proved how progressive was the It is very certain that Mr. Hum, for himself his administration will be surrOu.J.tI; with! <
AlthoUgh; not cXi1csslr pro\1,1"d bv the promptly f&nd in a body, into the ranks of and of :Mr. Reward has' ) \ .
work utjtil the organs fearing their occupation as mouth-piece .ar. pt-rils .vliich! he hahotlhc fnrci- inritwurd WIc;
terms its utli'g law. I xrclcatiy. of the opinion will soon be gone have begun to play the old thcirJSUilc-rightsjb. :'ahd co-operate with eye io higher honors: than those: which Now becomes the hter-spirf: ftlw d.\It...

tlvnt the tcpor Ihroughuut contemplates that' party tunes again to lure the deserters back, them, in" forming a Southern Republican party Yorkdlotiu can: give. Tlw)" I luvu the mjtlu! and tliel'residcntot ';w '..;IM StaJ cs.iJJ". Qt';
'f' bne.'warrant person \ more than 'dropping jhc hollow cant of union for the who shall prcse.1fa.sotitJ' phalanx tothc assurance to cast a longing glance at the government into a subordinate. \\ : kn--no uukiml t feel-
,' nlthough ho. ru.iv; have perform: sake of the Union which preceded "the happy r .of the nation. Hencj this attempt to in::;; for Mr. FUlmore; a:\ \ from this do'iay '-..
: !" \1 nd service which, it tendered by several individu'tls j acijicati 'lour former sectional djjlcullns by enemy,a".d whose, ''motto sholl be "EualilyofFedcr demonstrate that slavcholding! whi;.:) can act c we hope l he will c-:1': '.'.t..1'IhVC! tear it ;if '

I would entitle eae', to a warrant. the of! the AdJustment and ths coalitionof 'I l Rights and determined resistance Id all with perfect safotv and consistency with yourScw.uu's tJhttC. .<<

I' d1, i / I am.... very respectfully, the fasaags patriots who threw aside party ,atlliuitis1 who oppose them. Tap pans, Gj.'irl '. cm'.:h ; & Co" If I r NOW'flgiIH. we: ;. ,'t ia.O'. p'liricatri( wjuj< '

t Your'obctlrntscr'anr! to y.jc it through. .. they arc weak and credulous enough\ to believe! have opposed this c );trs of n".uJtn:*:< and: violence .
I" ," I,' ". .\I EX. II. II. STUART, Scc'y. With nliilu.sonliic indifference have we 1'1. \Vlnt Mr:HI flnAFnrin: An 9 this, an i to bcdcIu.leJ by it, \vo must abandon -who seceded frototlac'fwvvctrtiua at '

I'' ,n ','. BOUNTY LAND LAW-MutterMb..-Tho' tcnod to tho! caterwauling v hich heralded the I II hUh n &11 UUUlglU: UU i them to their hardness' of heart and blindness Syracuse: and protes} ajpinsl- its lie::*- I."

I 1 following extract from it letter tfthc Adjutant! combat-thu spitting and the scratching con- The following extract from a letter of an in- of mind." will you submit Wit) you anuHlahi u carididatu -

"!. 1 General loq member :Congress,will give in cerned us not. For the rise of ono office holder fh cntialand intelligent citizen' of Gcorgiawill Mr. Hunt thinks tho party; i U the parly of the thus nominated, wvl avowin;: soch1. 'sentiments

,3'!' I formation as to the jrulondnptid in reference the' fall of another, or the distribution of; be interesting to our' readers. The uthor Union, and that it has; never ilonu anything to ? The times are big with krz r-jotf

'I to copies or inspections of the muster rolls: L tho corn put'of the public crib, wo cared nothing -' has the means of knowing the sentiment.of jeopard ,that Union or to infringe'the rights of must not shrink. Your country tk-riudytVt'
I. lf-H be necessary to give apy information -asking no "favors ant shrinking from no thc South. We beg leave to differ from him in most earnest e.xcrtions: shall sre t.'mmd Facn tin
1 respecting the lime &c. the section in which he lives-he is a man of that vain Whig of the South what
of tnc-mustering into rcsponsibilily, lenresenting no man, .cliqw( opinion! and to appeal to hUtury to prove say yef
ser\'lcQ..tho regiments and,j companies of the nrj f.ictol1-but: the great cause? of Southern wealth, and no one in the Union would be all the calamities and perilk! that have: bi-cn Are you reulv: to cixilcsceT7lh' Messrs. fAraf .

id': ,volunteers, with a viqw to obtaining'! equality und independence{: alone. I I more happy in its preservation than the ,writer brought upon the Union since thc das of old and, ,Sj\vird"Can you nH r ie .k>tva pcacefi4r

; the land alltl10 it is o jually necessary: in :"Consequently we luivo no*, interfered in while on the other hand I is Hot a man I 1 Mr. John Adams arc attributable to thu policy together in Hie same truckle-bed Are-yoasura .
:' i the case of volunteers enrolled and received this; quarrel nfc\to tli3: superior Northern and i 1w and votes: of the federal whig party. The aliuu I that! while Seward is bnrgarrin ;arx)intrigulojio .'
.'t into service from I of the .tamely submit to injury.: It was not written contest votes,. some.Chapiam, Smi3> :
; :tho other Statc; but Southern orllioiloxy respectively Whig-] sedition laws, the Missouri-admission get youf : or
!tk I to do.: this would* by-'ulmost impossible. In and Doin-)cratic parties believing it improper j I I for publication. and we arc not auihorizcdto American system, (originating nulliiication other humble follower, muy not stet.1 yuarscr-

; tho lflnckllawk wnr.'\183iand! the Seminole to )''ak .liOwsl'cl.tf"ulh'; of the dead, and make it public,_ but we lake the responsibility in South Carolina) aint now the most formidable vant who i is brushing your coat or cooking; .

\ #. ." or Florid ...wnr, (136 to 1842,) 'thero-wcrc not {mi .g t-\\IRiIu :::o. d to say of either as a whole, of cJoing so. of them all, thu frcc-soiNibulilinn movement your,dinner? It will be well to keep an cyo ''']

; less tllao'a-1,98,1 militia and volunteers enrolled in Ihu\ lat days of their existence. 'p '. 44 I IVhnt (springing out of whig hostility to the on these worthy coafedemtcs upholding flit,
;and during the Creek disttffbanccs) and on 'For fear,,however, :hat thc organs may: dc- late Mexican war.) all owe their p-m'ntagu to grcatVl i cause. Their political principles
k. tin? Southern frontiers, in the J.earsJ8 tiand hide thcmslvus into tht belief that thu cords "\ Georgia will Jo is hard to say-more the whig: party, jr to, the federal party, whocprinciples and their practices may not be equally prot -

I .j.i 1837' nearly 200.000 militia were mustered into -- have not snapped asunder, we shall Iroro4i"-c I Bunion amon,: Southern men is very necessary ana, policy it has inhcriuul. Saould: bIn ant* agreeable to yoa. -

.!: the service of tho United Stales.- If wt. gu to time give tim public a Kpecimerl'jpfthojbr lIthe Southern' States mean to retain their any mm doubt the statement, let him read This new paso in whig! policy supplies fresh

'j' back to tHc ,war With Great Britain, we find pinion ai present entertained of tli6a"fujrmer : :Mr. Hunt's Idler, and (bti proceedings of the stimulants! : to the democracy tjf the country.To .
: that 411,000 militia were calleU outfit: will allies by some of tho ruling spirits at the proper political bearing-there arc so many jjionvuition that put fcijn'in nomination, and hu them belongs thu poert r>f honor in this new ,
L be seen, therefore, that to begin \with fcijfwering South-nif-n of high intelligence, character conflicting opinions amongst political men will doubt no IlItger.: ** !e. thinks(the northern battle for our f'rtl'dom.rn>c salvation of tboUnioi ;

:_ such callsfor information its ypu he nvidu: and influence, and manv f them with large that I ftar the State i1I not take the groundI whigs! have the same right to their ouinkm in deped s on their zpif, filcritanilliar-

; \ 's. *the matter of claims to land bounty,:taay] end possessions which, with meaner natures, would i should deem best. One,.party is satisfied or favor ot free soil and abolition, and that it i is m my in nvery Statir! t\fthc confedcncy. We* ,. .
.4 : in examining and bonds k unJer r.d those of trust in God this anchor ot"the \.triot's hope,
to [
reciting muster rolls so complicated scne as &tiot g < cp thQ peace nnothcr ,- equally constitutional a 'patrotic.Mis
only a slight't wants uijgntirc .
I. I and numerous as to embrace nO; less any provocation, rather than run the risk even 1 ange 1 the'southern slavehuldcr, who only ask tale hereafter as iiittiaVs f> sr,..rill 14.! thtstt
q t : than 531,739 names. : of a tcniforary ,lcp 'Ciutiunor_ possible loss." : change; and iricte nrccvcral; fehadt-sof let alone. .Uocs hu not see the wide differcnc. throughout tlu:'storng mid not F- dragcd toi

"Jt hosalu s been assumed by be Government I rlpinion.bevccn thesqtvhic: \\: ; t.l, hope wily between the artressiveandmeiUllesumu{ spirit- i from is mborinjs; .-I ,'

r that persons having claims! upon it know : Home Patriotism. settle down by the time thcDelcgatcs for the !'of those who .nru daily denouncing and ..inlcrfcriiig ..ItnHenry Wh:tri: i Jkrecber intend* So muka ;

what they nrarcntiilod to. The only: proper i Convention are elected. If the ConvYjitfondo (' with the right's iif the Sou fb? and thc the public believe ihnt he it game We be-
war, therefdre..h for the applicants The following characteristic and amusing par ''ccmrsu of thosoutiicrn: citizensvo! neither ,
t to npply r !lil'He\ i i. II, nl thu
nto" least
I b not atlvo secession. they should! ) s av, i* n grit t* say
to tliQtCornmissioner ,.. whateverith
for their land, under the extracted the "7'"llahasscSUllintl' L-ck, nor desire any interference f.
( graph: ?, arc from I -or,,.a, hlll&l,nut ;)pmrmnitly itHl<*pcudcni. Ia
; regulations that: no doubt will bcdu1yUblish. the North: must go no further, anil pfcss upon the North, or its )principles and iii.-.titmion. York,
: of '
i of toe 22d ins?., and form part an his ]p:v: tinNBW Jaklepef1tkar.betba
cd,) and whenever determination! stand alone Mr. llilnt e law tithe
may want tiny Informatioafjrora Congress a to even thiiuksiheiugiuivr- .
k of the Slave
v4 Fugitive .
I Editorial headed, ".oTt\erj& Agitation and lanaict sp hyr.r"But.
the records ,of the War Depaet incut i if their is further action there. The : hist session should be repealed. y esntiahiys1ifietL : ,
.. ( any .Jo thoso prp7i iojU>igHfrriiil iii'ti '
to ostablish the lftlttin.amiUerOfC'ursc : zu" Sills the Sentinel: "Vnlettlhepubltc ) a J l.that ti" Dr kin Viol' e..tb&. :::;
i *. South..iv. nt':csIJ&tun-ff'ft>: : >t>;iu4f.- ..L..< r .: i S55ir yct nnamu-e .
flTTh urrrte otTtuU
n ( ; 1 fltwluuitl; \: : "
L _applieS! fSJ3d iM\J\ 'WI1P"olfi. a:1"G: : late of things in ihf North,'u>c think-Acre:is but natics have forced on her, and imperativelyrequires lions.Now, wherein .docs.it work this inju&ticr :. also, \vedo rout. punl i i'.aswe wouUanvotkr .'

r structod by,the Secretary of Wnr to say, which that Congress should not further! <: mod- ? 'By denying the fight of t rial by jury, <- in.uid-jte: ofS.tfun. If in God's providcucu '
must bs continued! tj be observed. one thing likely to sate the country. There mustb tii4tivsisk breiul or shelter, rhiuwi.t (., -
And I:may die in any thing appertaining; to her iiMitu. and the privileges of the writ ofha!, as curjms to co.
I add that, with tho clerical force of this plfice, a hearty anl unditided co-operation 'Damons the, thclugitivi Pray, what; has -tilt common law vuyanccflt our hinds: ,. mv own children shall
I tions and It. will be better than
it would bo almost impossible it were'pro' ) tier Northern numerate men of all parties, to uphold separate or any free constitution with this grave -lack bread before they; my own flesh slall

to answer the calls of tho. description' inquestion the Constitution, anl: put dvtcn fanatics, and fanaticism. have these things go on.. I have no hope that; question, unless! it be the constitution of thc sting; null cold eruthpy! yhail lack rn &f'nt. (

without greatly obstructing ihu I'gen any thing khcrl of scpcration will quiet the United States ? Every stud nt.-.I.law knows will both ztelUrlhitn, eoncail thf2norpeeil their
era! business of this branch of the WarDe Unless this acctnnpUshed, it \leC11U'O us \\jlight: and, while under my convoy, they shall
.- the matter, nndjherc is a dark prospect if that that Ihu Supreme Court of the thai eLl Stales ,
partment. ; thec
It will bo scrn from the foregoing'that(Icopicsoftho were, very; naturally led to anticipate the -Cotton was mon law under our govcrnmentnrnl that the defence I would put forth for; my'own.children ;

rolls are not to be furuishcd.l: :Thu writers meaning, und concluded that ho had united. 'rho States have the elements constitution and acts Congress passed pursuant that, shaJl tIK to poor, despised ai4
"instructions and forms" of greatness,and do control commercial rela persecuted ,creatures have in house, or -
necessary! to lx: observed to its authority arc the chart of itsjuris, my opIon "
bt at lest made an-1
to see, was to ,
''I have been forwarded in every direc say lions in this and other. countries, and almost diction and power. The writ of luibeas corpusis the road. TU.C man, who shall betray i 1

tion throughout tho country,and \vc understand that nothing but an undivided coopcrntion.oflntl'l'arlics the only wonder 'is, that tncy have so quietly not a common-law remedy 'at :all, It was Hollow-creature to bondage, who shall obey
'that official ertiticates from thc rolls are'Jaily at'the South-to resist northern fanaticism I ." created by statue of Parliament, long: since the '[ this law to the peril of bis toul.nnt loth ,loss
furnished to the Commsssioncr of P hisions rested for Yl'ars.VIIIG of his manhood, were he or father,
< und encroachment, and nforcc an discovery and settlement of America, and the ID
from the rolls in possession; of the shall never pollute hand with f bi
: my t
different r of, constitutional inhibition of its suspension has grasp
k fices in observance ot the constitution. ; could preserveth \ PLATFORM IN NEW YORK. dcous friend
support of claims.Washington] Republic nothing to do with this question, as we conelu- ; or cast Ihe swarty shadow across -
\t .. i Union, and save the. country ,'''We Vcrchowcvct As.we intimate :in another articlewu now proceed MVI ly established in our yesterday.; Tiu my i threshold For such service to thoso
___ I I I pap
to offer a few words of the
like a Hunter who suddenly loses comment on whose hclplesvncs-i! and make them
only "frec constitution' lobe consulted in ascertaining proverty
Southern platform laid down by :Mr., Hunt,the Syracuse peculiarly GtxI's children I shall
Republican Parly.I > 1 I"j ht of his gam<', left wh'plly' at fault, by theunexpected I. whig candidate for governor ofth'i State of thc constitutionality of the fugitive take the pains and penalties, this bill.checfully Bond
slave law i is
that of Ihu United States. If that
I, A writer in thc "Jacksonville nupu l d\It": and dextrous: wheel of ,the Editor i I New York, and as appears from his letter and I instrument be not violated it fs of little and Ii ne shall be honors,imprisonment- and suf. .

,1 'i who desecrates the name of "Hampdeij'l! by round lIlt corner, into which wo bad!. supposed other sources, the recognised: creed of whig moment how far it may diiTerirom very the constitutions firing will be passports tu tilmc."

appending it to a diatribe, favor of 'Submit- :I! that ho had at last been driven l' by the unceasing doctrines of the dominant majority of the party I of New York,Massachusettsihu:! republic i Conceal; as inn/ attempted, there nf.I

I, zion, and characterized the :I i! under jhc leadership of Mr. Soward.: The New of San Marino, Rome, Sparta or the abolition -I thouand yes million.-:, in the free :tntcswbO f.
by most notro.w warfare carried on against the.South!. by I York Tribune' is in ecstasies at the grounds as- entertain thesusoinu and .

I party views, and slavish sentiments-ha$ been. our insolent and unappeased enemies at the}siimod in this letter; and no doubt all the ulh'rrcesoll society. The "free cons i'utioi s''may mous law is: applied li'ct "extent, it will: Dra-not
be all very well in ihoir proper places! 'Lut any : '
; much alarmed apparently the proposition I North ; as we little anticipated that he would ; and abolition papers will heartly I II they cannot very rcadiiy be made override bu many monrl'before thc! entire free Sttcs r

made by the distinguished Senator of Georgia, I jheseaggressions and xvrongsa ground I t unit, in the jubilation. Indeed they do not : the constitution of the United Slates. The repeal \ 'm' an expression of these same -
shout wHhout some reason for this letter testifies i-
Mr. crri'n, hnd seconded by the Editor Of Ihc"FJoridian for exporting them to unite, and exert. themselves thu surrender and homagiTof; the whigparty -i tf this law or even: suchui\ ..modificationas ( feelings. that will make the Federal', Unuonquake.
: Xorth
/ I hu. ( which- would be virtual Th\ will not quietly dowis'
& suggest*, repeal
. $ Journal"
-that the moro patriot to restore! harmony and save the Union! to their control. From small and despised r under such an enactment. We

. \ ic of all political dcnominatipns, s hoqld at'I I We know 'unfortunately: but too well, that beginnings; political l abolition has gradually of this, would diMlculiy violate, and the instantly amicable, fire adjustment tho- deep I sequrnccs will not crow ououit hopc"ic "

;I least fortho; present, when. our lives, property, there i is already, sufficient unanimity in that State.risen to For consideration several elections and power this in that active great scaled feelingsof the South, and lead to an much fear them wil.| -Kev>London Pepcr.ii .. ".,
and institutions. arc tho eatened with dikrac-:, I qu\rtcror nmong the enemies: ofLour: rights f zealous, and united has made party itself felt in'' immediate rupture. No human agency could DISCOVEKV OF ESORMOCS i FOSSIL i Eccs. The- "

I lion, by,tho progress fanaticism! and and and that rationa1- arrest: it. Thu rising of the sun on that da>' Calcutta!
northern property- : we might as1 New York; und at last, through the aid of such : Enllshmal writes-"Wo -hava re-.

', usurpation' -uni'e, as in lime of war. -tinder I Ily preach to the winds, as to the parties, who co-operators as Seward and, Greeley, and the. sunder will not the more cords cettain ot the than Union.it would threaten indca-to C''ivcd papers the ISth ult. The''tlnurttti
: Every
one Banner which stress of breakers ahead, the whig party has I mentions, on tho authorkty.ofa: Bour
should at be there united
once made I daily becoming more strongly tion from that of the Union forces this '
I run up its black ilag at the masthead, will fight quarter o j'Jtral I,that usingular disccvry.i has.beeu
to stream to tho wind, and !fenrinscribed' on I and daily more resolved. on prosecuting!; the' under Ihat piraticulensigo. conviction upon us. How extraordinary is the mad ,i'i.Madagascar.: Fossil Egga-o:. ,f

t : it-tho motto-'Equalily of Federal Rtjlits, and fell and fanatical crusade which they have Mr. Hunt it will be observed deplores most blind delusion, therefore, of :Mr. Hunt and lr..' uioi:: si7U have bocu found in the bed.aa uf a cnorr"tor. -

; Dttermined Insistenceto all who th ," feelingly the dissension in the whig but Scward when the former expresses the opinion rent, The shells arc an l
eighth of.
opjMite m I commcn 'cd agniust.i.z. But tho Editor will party:; that all his wild schemes could bu acted an inch
Thcsmajlvritcrin he thinks there i is no real foundation for last- upon ttti ,; the
the R. all circumfercncc'c/.the'egj
however \
sake issue
say, that he addresses himself to the "moderate discord if the and carried into clluct, and n'ot.,'.touch thu.foundations : i. fi-et 1bel. ,
lug minority will hold eight .
quietly tWI
bichfs lb'mYBII11
with Judge Bcrricn .
r on this subject,and ex? all there" and the of our glorious Union? ''Whomtfio o
parties not
men fnnatjfs, their peace,' and submit to be ruled by thc ; t feet two inch'- ronnd tho i>tdUIc..Ooc winch
"': presses the fea \thnt such a union,.of. the patriotic ultras, and evil spirits, who are stirring the dictalion' the majority. This .is Colonel gods would destroy they Jirst make mat!" I, ins been opencn: ei ( .

;1'f of all parties, i in'resistance to northern, abolition! cauldron- with such dire intent, and V/ebb's remedy also; and it remains: for those has; been of.the confirm'! world! a and thousand is about tinr.;*bu. in thu I i or aUout two :all\Js!conttn \it'.ndlmlltrc -,

Aggression. and for the defence of Southern untiring: zeal."u would ask the Editor, wno arc to pass under ihsyoks of 31 r. Seward to coulirmed history in tin cascofihu, N to York again i:I of I thesu cg'is? or cro c llU7TlJC Ilitc'I
\ ? ;e w as-
\ determine: their future cours For the sake of s ;cm to be well acquainted with tbm ,
institutions might bring him, nnJ the other' where and when has he heard of the existenceof L the piiants. Mr. Hunt is opposed the cxtf'iiMonof autI.xuy'that
and thc Union we ancient tradition
will is
country hepQ they uniform
, i elevated members of the slavery into the Territories 'of the Uuited to tf fUfr- !
Whig Party,: in such in that becomes rxistcnc i
any party or parties, quarter act as independent men. cr of a l Ird
f! company "",ith slrango! _bedfellows," and unworthy us those to whom, be so superfluousl/ Mr. Hunt thinks, on thc sectional question of States; hu is thorough disciple ijf"W,ilniot and off an ox. The bad is 01 bro' enouh t.carry:
and his PIO\'is he Mexico
Now lu
! associates; as under the influence of'a dresses his remarks. But however this slavery, that there is no difficulty in ih. way of : ; hopes will I thc ock, of oriental
maybe speedily come into the Union frce State. fab1.h'aited.pati .
as a
.::: strange confusion of idea?, ho, scorm to think it surely requires a no small sum of assurance the and harmonious the South. .union lie ventures of the whig the ascertain of the. North that I I Whether: he desires: to affiliate with the .Mpr-: ently fighting till,and'then ho saw tl t le: cle2auti at
: that n comport Southern Partytiko'that proposed in one who contributed so much by the question of slavery is not of recent origin; mon saints of Utah, he does not enlighten us; Some .fossil. boae werefouact jn one tbif sii/p-
:; : above, and which would of course consist hh that it existed the outset of but if they are liberty min, we presume he place sanoo
his course and expressed sentiments at our career, and as the egg; but the-Bourbon,editor .
: of tho ,, and even to the declaration of independence doesyctaboveall, he wishes live and die! in that he will $1" *
mora magnanimous patriotic divide! and paralize the South-to preach union prior the Se\vardHaIe leave't to the ptipiIotthegrca& <
great lig i parly, Gid-
;[; I membcis of the two existing political dcnomiJ and yet that it has not hitherto occasional,any Cuviet to decide to what annual belong. ,
of Weed they
toothers loan and ,.
" ) -or imaginary party mot r- .serious evils, and he,seems to dmgs. Greeluy on one side of him, I If they should
.suppose, never to be
prove tbc'boocofa
nationswoulu necessarily partake of I the and Criuenden BelL bira* i
I : ssn.o: aes ae Abr/A-where frce-soilism, fanaticism will. He ihercfore expresses the opinion that I Clay Mangurn, Stanly,I of size
I i ultra character' the.Free soilers and Abolitionists and Gentry the other; and in the background 1 correspondlngtothecggsittidJacovgrjP ','.
socialism antircntism ar.d other free-so.lers and southern will
every slave- indeed bean o .'" _
\ \ 011 cither hand, Doubles: Ward, and otherrunitvay'slaves xtraordinary o .
of the North holders
-and would thus be identified mad and Impraticablc,theory, is more or less can act ,together in perfect unison, I -
: and be confounded with them, as dis6r- be and that the great whig platform is capacious rejoicing the in tic erna:e- I.1TERESTI50 laos I ST. DoMIHGOy._. ? Britlah .
advocated, attempted to reduced to practice pation of their heels, and the bowed, crushed 'n .
.. enough to hold them all. brig Treasurer, from St., Domrnjjs;
ganizcrs, traitors nod disunionists Thus a and "wildly rules the Iour." chained and hopeless slave clanking his fellers intelligence that Cijy,bring .
We u bctv/v the
I confess this is somewhat: of a new idea under the treaty "n Brttblt!
of his
I dtspcratt determination in one party,-to meet Let us first set the example, which the Editor to us, aiwpeems to conflict a little with the' This will no doubt uplilledlash; be master Well and St. Domingo) j overnmYt tuutbeen rati
, agreeable
and repel a desperate onslaught made by calls upon olhors to exhibit ; and be united Divine" dcSma that "Ye cannot serve two rjaas- anti, what is better still very! all these parties: company-can: ted onthe 18:ti'Sfj 1 Itm'X'

another; renders' hotb equally ultraists, and ourselves in support of our rights-and'inresisting :ers. Mr. Hunt thinks as a whig }"ou'can:'He I with the must perfect consistency and fraternal 7'aslre be mgs homo 'h cptn
is mistaken in hii: historical fact one boy of the bal [tU' \ > *, tu! ; ,
of respecting the live "
and die
crually deserving being: e .ounced. and aggressions-before we conirncncqpreaching I kindness, together in the faith I seamen ofihe
of this
origin ; brijj"2uand.ihcraiteandtm
slavery agitation. It had >
its i _
not thc tolerant whig: church
"one and
treated as desperadoes, uisunionists and en- unanimity: to our neighbors: ,-and origin at the outset of our national career, nor I Such is; the indivisible"forever. seaman of the brig intina-R/izthcth E&naJtOt
.f cmics of die country, .! We would. I., recommend, let those who make these cheap displays' of did'it form an element contention at that I whig platform erected comprehensive by those skilful national political I'I hi h'vessls stated ,3 lGtokLthcs.Cviosly ..-
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"' political ,equality h indispensable! to '
',. / jkwition irt this Union. In nbt.tmrmnt; should 2d Allow him the free of i] oxpoee for sale before the Court 'Ufuse fit i.MJ: shall expose 'for sale before the Court t the power vested inmtfby llo'as:aw 1
;rle the great leading principle of our political Ii 3d Permit him to roam where hc'pleases'.on .teItCl-oville;in the County of Orange,on the first Monday / Jear in the city of St. Augustine on the first ( for St. sale An before nstine. the the Court lint"ron.:?

1 uclion, Dud every patriot Georgian, unJciwhatCVC"t thc nblmth. I cf February next, the following d:*crlbed properly day of Feb'ruary next, the following described | nextthe"following on escribed

party banner hat may have been 4th. Give him Ol'iO'U1UCJ thereof as full to unprincipled thereof will the State and
rnnjrod, should rnllv to the stand. access tax ilue illercoa! for the,e r1H.'S0. to wit ilOOOarrts. j county tax for the year 1850 anti the '! as pay
for the' 1850 and the
R.E.\'r AND UNITED SOUTIJEUN company. belonging: or sUPi'oseJ tol tO:1; to penseaiifident thereto viz : ytar ,
- 4re1Oi 5th. Call him to no account of his evenings. !incident thereto, viz: .r C
. CAN TY OrmoaJ. 73rca less the south of !!! '
., whoso motto should ., or on
* ari of
6th. being ndividedjialf
"' or fittM'under our constitutional Furnish him with. no stated employmfnt. JOHN Sl.MPbON.lioriTanJ{ creek iii the county of St. Johns, returned in situated Between/ Durbin's Swamp one

1 Tax collector, o. c. by Jamc Jameg. Not returned for 18..n.
Union and
bond Of detcrmlnsj
Rctis'ancelQ nil house St. Johns muff
Pursue cither of these and will Nov. 3n. ,going to
ways, you 2. Un lew-taxes and paid before
:: : who oppose them.- J. M. BF.RBIEV.v ; expenses are which said tract has been re-
., experience n most marvellous dclh'etuncg.orvill Tax Collector's Kale. day of,ea!<*. : the TXrtatca. ,J'
iI1fK!;o WATER WJIES THE BODY. IfBAT- \ Invcto mourn over debased and ruined BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I R.'B. CANOVA. Sherlffand %x cfT.Tux nt Twcvcl\life, swamp being, part

ED.-DriUhn Forbes, one of' the most eminent son! Thou ands have realized 'the sad results : exPose for sale before the Court Uoujc Assessor r n4 Collector, s Ilcrll 413de-to t1o. J. F. Clark,Of

, pJjysiciansofEnpland.hns; published a work and! havo gone mourning the grave* at .Mellonville inr1e county of Orange: on the first .Mugostine, Oct 2Cth 1850. by the Spanish Government, ,

- entitled "A PJivwcian's Holiday! l'rceicclytlrnt is tim rightway to ruin a son! Monday of February next.uhe fullowinj dzscrihej by the United .State* : '

in Switzerland. latkislm ; ira month Every: bojy knovv4 iJ, for it is an every day property so much thereof will piy the state and Tax Collector'sB diil 3t or near Deep creek on the 1:1 /

upsets u popular I oh "rvation. No one rjeed go astray who an it county taxxiue thereon for the year 1850,a ml the J*virtue of the power vested in me by River bcingnart cf a grant f,
pr udice. respecting thb use of untt-r when I incident thereto.to wit bhalf expose' fort bcfor \t1ic Court I I II '
wjlohes there necessary expenses -
to accomplish sjjch an object; by SpanisyGovunment t, Ueo
the bpdU' liented by c.xorcisTlura who 555 6-0 acres notlh of Indian River near its ; door in thecityof St. Vngu3tine on the first ,
of life. /
are loth 181T.JV
examples a long tho path Fcbrnary: -
, have Chanced% to encounter troop on t IlL'! march '. head,'belonging or supposed to belong to heirs i t>f Fernaftdo -i I day of February next the following described near DeeocrV k on the e3f
at or
dufin/r hot weather will luv" reirrtrkcd that i- Lowe.co JOHN; niPSONeheriTanJ{ erty .or so much thereof as will piy" the State "',
\heMldier".o:1 a hall being rnllf'J, d ink fn (>1y A IiGuscH no homo unless it coqtaini. food .,7 Tax collector. c. county tax for the year I&50 and the beingparfof grant for 2000
Clarke the Govern-
for I ho mind as \vcll as the body.. \ 2T '. viz F by Spanish
'- pteaesiacjdesflhercto,
_ whilst prdpiratlon pours fJwn'lhtir cheeks, A jfov. 4 .: r ; > Febraary. 18U which two said
fijbtefteejtest_ and colt I -- ------ TnS'.c ll&ie --7 .,? 4CI aere3aJi3,4.FJ.o1az& road, .each baa Jbern reeeatlj mimcftil* r'
11 '*vVlfIfcr9 8-ls .?., Styet8fKffiti..r : .4
\ \, JY. Y. BY sec lownshyp'
Jtjr. Tho'lmchcd"gcneralJy considered south side of Dun's
: expose for sale'before! thj Ccurt U uc4t range 28 east, granted to Flora Leslie and .en creek
'i ,fiid i *dangerous t-Ivcs1be doctor's snnction C. B. stet vcnt, Durham, ConnecticutII. Mellouville in the county of Orange,017 the first'Mc turned. Du& Lake with St. Johns riv-

. irihj.the IG.provisIOlillult ho body shall not SVcll!,\ Florida. day of February next,the following! de8Cri pjfpero' Unless taxes and expenses are pall before'' the rn half of a 4000 acre tract sur

'be in an exhausted state, and 'Jic quantity of David P-tticr Canada. ty, or so much lhereofaswillpay the Ilatc.and county o"sale'! tl -. '. "'' % lJroward.beingpntofl1 grant
!. .cter"iWwlowcd shall not be exhorbiiantly! I ;-t lax.due thereon for the year 1850, and the necessary B. B. CANOVA- Sherifl and ox-off- : : to said*Broward on the' 24th.

lai$. "So loop. ho snys, "as thu pedestrian! Willinm L. Gist, Alabama. j .* *jj expenses incident thereto, t&wit,:' Tax Assessor and Collector, s J : ,',J -

r* this cortibination of circumstances I I"iJictnay John II. llnpcn, 1O90 acres,Berresford St. Johns River,belonging; St. Augustine, O.'t. 2Gih 1850. Mtuattdori the west sidcofMatan-
or supposed belong to Djfcd Rl: Dunham. undivided part of a 500 acre
fivcly indulge MX taste lilt
by Judge Urush Florida.
JOHN SlMPaON. 'sherifF flflLl Ta.Collector's Sale.T the North by aji old Brittwh settle .
he -
drinking. So far cup from rat evory the spring passes C, Hopkins, U. S. N. "fTax collector, o. c, >v virtue of the power vested in nie by : old! Field. "
in is'DY.i simply hcatodetoterf in
r _._ __ __ .. Nov. 2. city of!. Augustine on the east
the here --- '---. -- -- -- h. WI.)shall expose for sale before ihe Court '
body being clt-mcnl of
'ViItc: at tiio 3Ingnoii Slotnc. I door in the of: the first I I from the barrack to s r
&mg r, I believe tho hntirr the individiial i is I 1- Tax Collector's a'I city t. Ausustine on 1 : near the south end ofthe-
Miss J, G. Win slow Boston. of February! nest, the following d.e>criMrd! r
provided ho be not ex h misted, nnd provided he By virtue of the power vested me by ;, j from said btrett to low water

Uo not drink an excessive amount of wa'cr, the Mis P. M. Paddock! do. I shall expose for sale before th: Court IIouss, j,':lor eo much hereof a*will pay 'hitatr nnd River, bounded on the NorthLy I

the safer b ihe practice." Such an assurance, J. R. NVwsom,'Rutherford, Ten nessec. at Mellonville in ,the county of Orange on the first cident lax' fort thereto 1< r nr, vtz lSD end thenjrcessary, > rct Cole, late the property of

. from which an authority deserves bspccial rord' > Mrs. Ncwson and servant Monday of February next thi following: described One lot of land in:: the city/of St. Augiutinc, ,dec\'nse All Ihe.above des. .
: or so much thereof will the state and
property pay
returned M. Fontane
% and wide-spread circuit!iQiifr-Buston by ,
; I' John deceased
Mrs. Muse tax due thereon, and the belonging to Guiger, bounded
necessary xpcnsrs 3d '
asrpssed as State Taxes
CessUe. rate :
by'ol of MH. Josiah r h.cst by lot of
incident thereto, to wit ; -* |
G. C. Muse, w ? G J F Clarke, for ItfoO, 15 9I
300 acres, on HilUberon River belonging C. C. Anderson,and east by tho old Tan Yard,
I' Mexico. Tho financial affairs or 3 cent, 4 OH
Mist Mclrvcn Franklin 'T returned.
( nncSlcc. Or B. M.
supposed to belong to Byrne., .
i of Mexico ore fast approaching a crisis. Tho Miss Juscphine itidlcy.Ruthcrford, co. Tnn. JOHN SIMPSON,sherifi'and R. B. CANOVA, SherifTanl! ex-off. expenses* arc paid before, the I"! day' "I .

govcrnmentlias been continued since the later Tax collector 'fai Assesa and Cyllcctor! s j '
r,upon the resources derived from the Mex- II. V. D. Smith, Mineral Point, Wisconson. N-. c. St. t\ugu.tuc.yQ.t: 2Glh, 1850.T1xf.'oflectop'8. OVt\, Sheriff and ev-off. ;

lean indemnity. This source of revenue will Charles Broward,jr. Jacksonville. : or and -CoIlcctor, s. i. c. -

,) oob beexhnustcd,the more especially loans Wm. H, Hyde nod Lady, New York. Tax Collector's Sale. Sitlc.By Oct. 26th, l50.. :<: J!

ore constantly negotiating in advance of the C. 31. Ip Y virtue of the :"power vested in me by law, I virtue of the power vested in .me l by Collectors j |j
of the The of the Cooper, Jacksonville. LP sill! expope for sale before the Court House n11&lonTiile shall expose for sale before the Court %
meat indemnity.
jmf report door in l1Jl the power vcsted.iulu by law I- 1 |j
in th?county Orange,on the first Monday city ot Aiigaitine on the fiW
Committee which has.been .
Finance ndnptcd '
ar.1 C4flD.jj of the folUwing described day of May the described for bale before thCi1ttIfon:' t '
I February next property pt.'xc", following : '
l.r Congress, authorizes Pavno, tho Minister'phfaoTrelllurto F. WJGEHS, ill. D. & 1>. D. .j or eo ninch thereof as will pay the state and county I I or co much thereof 89 will pay the Mate and .Sir Augustine on the- first Men. '
loan of
negotiate a 500,000 his services in SURGERY tax due thereon for the year J 830,and the necessary !,'.X due thereon for tEe year 80 and the nect' the following described property'or
tbo reotaii idoof the American indemnity OFFERS and will the State and i :
po expenses incident thereto, to wit: expenses incident t1&t'rlto"i! : pay county j ;
*nd tho previous loan of $lOOOOCfo'ns ratined SURGERY to the,rooa Free lfj of the Belts /1) 36 the year 1850 and the necessary 1/*
333 1-$acres, part tract New Smyrna acred more or 1 less, being part of a
Thus Ibo treasury is to bo replenished for .1 Charge. ,belonging or supposed to belong to Charles Bruh. 10,000,4ir granted by.tbe Spanish (; thereto, viz : ,.
. month There Mill remain $500,000 JT Office at B. \V. BKITT'M Residence.. lanJ! in Twelve .llttJ"Dmp.( N
longer. JOHN SIMPSON, fhcriffanil l\ntonio-Huertas,6ilunted in St Johns county .
AndY t is to bjulono when that is exhausted Augustine, Nov. 2, 850. Nov. 2. Tax'collector, o. c- I six Mile Cretk and located in Township C, S.' \ St, Augustine! being in To\vnship! I

is a soriou question.Tho .. r-- .. Tax Collector'sY I 28 E. returned by John M. FOllt:1DC,tgt.and n and east. The above des ribed
Tax Collector's Sale. I I I' sale.B i B 3d rote.State be a portion of WOO. cn.s return i

BY lirtuc of the power vc teJ in me by. law, t. virtue of the power vf%!fi'd h m'*, by Ii'\v.I tax due by Antonio Hucrtaj for 1850, agent of D.L. ClInch
a city of Paris is about to 'erect along cipoic for sal. before lhe"Court House at ; I shall pxpoie for ,sale before tho Court 58 D., L. Clinch for 1850 $6 CO i

I" the grant avenue ur the Cham Elyscc Mellonville in the county of Orange, ox. the first Monday -,:,: House nt Mellonville! lit the co&ity of Orange, on the County tax at 25 cent on State 1'3S.!$10 25 per cent on state, ; 1 65 1
three hundr d statues in marble of Parisians of February nest, the following described property first:Monday ofFcbruarynexttbe following descrivrd Unless t:1Xt 3'anJ per paid before expenses are paid before day of "

djttinjrui&fd in the Jmiiustrfttwn of the city, or so much thereof will pay the state and,county property or so much (iftreod is" will piy the,state and of: .. expenses are. .A- -

in letters, in science, lU$, fmc'.orts, or comm tax due ihereon fer the year 1&>0, to wit:-fe : county. .tax due thereon for the year !1830, and the necessary R. B. CA OY.t', Shcriflrnna'rx-ofr." ; \'\, Sheriff andF cx-off.

'rct'. AIt1IJreii4at 2500 acres in TurjjtuU'a. swamp belongng: orIUJjOSC4tobe1vflgto expenses incident, thereto f to wit : Tax Assessor and Collector ..il and Collector s.;. c. 1

H!IL':adJler. i I 4300 acres on Halifax Ri\vr:Wongingor sup.I St. Oct. 26lh, 1850. \
AugustneOct.Cih P'.50.
Cafe if'ciamtni; in Tennessee.- ., JOUN SIMPSON, :I poccdto belong Cenhmin Chaires, tatl'. ,

OnthcSStl *i1t. jhlrlr-fi\'o persons dined at '"..\ Tax Collectorp c. JOHN SUJrm. sherifF and .' 1( E. B. GOULD, Collector's Sale. '.

L the camp Samuel Satfrll, E-wj., at Middle,. -Nov.-- 2. J85.-. ._-' --. r-i Nov.. '_- Tnx collector C'. .1'l'TOI.YE Y COUNSELLOR AT :: the power' vested in me by I iw; r
Jtautanciti -cnrap trruund, iij Hlunt count}, .: Tax <:olr. c. ',,. : for sale before the Court, lljuse
T. c. iJh(\ily- uiirr, all of them were virtue of the \ceu-J bit Augustine, on, the'first Jllou-
-mjcja jio\ m me !Sy law I :ih..U ; virtao of the vested in mo bv law,
,.**ke D94ooiu1v! *.ifjkguijJ 4H>" otheriwho hud ( e for sale! before tho Coaii Ilou ; & II"J; #- the following described property f'
,f'I\.fj..rid' iiTO(<'fOronjrdn tThtMou.IyvfFib i-louse, Mellonville in the county of Orange, <*n the ATTE.VTIOS will be pild to all business" as 1Ulpay the State am! county: '
attnckeil-in nil thirty-5-cvcn porKons It *3ry nest the the following de rib..l! property fir :iMondjy of February next the following Jescri- te I with the profession, '' far the year 1850, and the necessary, I' !

was n in discnvcrcd that tirsPiitc had! t bren I I I.nhl'cJ or 10 much tlurcofai wlll3Y the state and countylax bed .property, or FO much thereof! &a,will pay the late MiUTAcr Lt:: CL\IMS, and Ciaiins: fjr thereto, viz;

with thc lsoil. Mr. Sallcl nnd hi.* ncicc, I due thereon for the year Idol, to wit : an-1 county! tax due thcreonf.r the year 183U, and the and other Loss, in the city of St. AugustineVtst I

Mr. LonKttottom died shortly after from tho I ::;3 acres belonging to orsupposeil iob long to (! necessary expense incident thereto! ,to wit: %. Duplicate Muster Rolls! t>f the Vetsntn creek, bounded north by l'tof\ *-, I

c.1i. Cu.oftho lwi"on. 9 m Charlotte T. Gobert,south of Smyrna south, I canal. ITGneres, belonging or uPi'Sfd to belong to th,? pall are in my possession. south by lot lately sold of Peter
: Weedman and
Double taxed. cast by I
Oct. 13 IboO.
Nit clue has born obtained likely to heirs. of Antonia Pens. .
yet JOHN SlMi'SOX, hcnrcnJ: ; : and west bv Oneidj street sup- \
JOHN SIMPSON. riu-ri.Tand
Icjul to the di very of the (fiend who perpetrated Tax to Cot. Andrews and other individ- \

the nuful '.& Mr. Sttflel was liwor.' No2 collector, o c. Nov.- 2. -._ _.. .'u_ Tax collector o. c.. FALLUPPLtE = ,.fj".. .T."f mi1C11rTnrv. 1\.... qn.l 0m..l. 4 I
I85r.Tax '' IA a4
thy and hospitable j ntleman who had iedperl ---- Tax Collector's Sale.Y CHOICE GROCKlims PIKJVL-IOXS. : ;"n-ti :;;tJ5' ;:; The above i

Vollector's lle. virtue of the vested in law I tichr. (I diclmrging....8 Jays
.ops thousand*Nlpon the encampment power me by if scinoiq by Thomas Crosby. I
.!..rosomo fiend in human shape doubtless B Y virtue or the power vested in me by law, I \ sliall exposefor sale before the Court Home at New York, and expenses: are paid before day.

.! sited ihe seeds >k-nlh In the dish which thaltl expose for sale before the Court Houso at1c1onv4Ik I Mellonville in the county of Omng.,.on the first Monday >p1 OSIIEN Butter, l Lard, Choice \ : I .
lie had so freely provided for his friends and in the county ofOanye on the first 011ofI'cbrmry February next,the following described propertyor v131hiatus, Uacon, Shoulders. F. M. OV A. Shcl iff nn,1 cx-oflj.

the I"ublit8nd ol which he unconsciously! .y next,thi following described property so njuch thereof will pay the state and county tax Mackerel, Rio & Java Coffee, Ulil and Collector, s. j. c. ,

himself Saconmri News : o"r BO much thereof will pay the state and county tax \ due thereon/or the year 1830, and the'necesuy expenses choice Teas, Din. '- &Green, Crackers,' i <,Oct. 2Gth, 1850. ;

partook dus thereon J lot th; year 1S5'J, and the iieccii-iry ex- iuciJj-nt thereto to wit:, Molasses. New Buckwheat,Indian Meal,

penv* IUd Porter
Knickerbocker Beef Ballogna Satisaj, Ale on
Nelt'lpll Dog.-The Albany joG acres belo Iing to or supposed to .belong .
( William James
to Ramble.
Staggers- Agent. vested in
boastsofn "connected with that office" \' \Vatc'r,ChaxnpagneCidcrVamiiy 'anal the power me by law, I !
dog Jane LtonarJytjo JOHN ilMPtONsherifFand
: for sale before the Court House
who excels in sagacity nil other newspaper \ ,-10 aer-a at S nyrna old wharf. Nov. 2. Tax collector o. c. in Barrel & half Barrel?, Fruits, : of St. Augustine the first Monday I!
of JOAN '' Almonds, Coco nuts, Dates Citrons,
dog recently noticed. lie belongs to one :I.Ml'dOX.bherifT.anJ; described, ,
I the following property or '
the carriers and was in tho daily habit,of nccomoanying Tax collector, o. e.Noy Notice. Sweet Oil, Sardines Assorted Pickle! as will pay the State and 'county .

his master- und served upwards! 2. TTDURSUANT to tmr provisions: of the fity.Char: Tonsues, Table Silt I i, Assorted ', for the year 1650, and the necessary

I of six: hundred papers. Tho can icr was t-- Tax Collector's sateB .D.tl"r, Notice is hereby given,. That fin Election Jujucic Paste, !together with n full as thereto, viz:

I ken sick the other day nnd could not carry .f tart vested in will be held at the Court House in the City of St. Augustine We shall'be glad to accomodnto in rate land more or I less being an nndi-
the and Y v.rtuc t power mo by liw, I on Monday the 11th day of November next, Packages to the trade or nt. llttail. I Jo .S.
I his rou'o, but the do* undertook duty, blull expoas for''ule before the Court Houss a tract granted to ? Sanchez at
at for ansi four Aldermen for the ensuing Oct. 12 1850. II. E. .\
office boy stopped at the I Mayor year. r.ver, ia Diego Swamp in Frac-.
i. ACcompaiTol by nn .\! -t1 flYiItC ia the county of Orange,on the first Monday 1:
ID'Pfctors-R. B, CA'XOVA, PAUL'Ait-\1:,and A:- Rnne 29, south nnJ :151. 1 The
4>, -h'-use of every subscriber.. Slrnniro to say of February next tho following described proper- J. Noda. Fre Ii SnIJ;}1ic:. ? l .

he did not mist a vubscrib T ; and in this res- t1,or 83 muc'.ithee'f as will pay the state,and ceuaty rono MATIrCW SOLAXA. Mayor. LUG Cossouth! now diitharijin at Pi- land was noi returned.

peer ho showed himself more faithful than taj due thereon for the year 1850, and the necessary October 21. lSO. B choice lot of supplies which arc offered and expenses are paid before dlyof

_ come bibcd carriers. cxpi ne inrjJent thereto! to wit: Trade in uriipual Packages or at retail.

, 5DDi> acres, head of Indian: River, 'belonging or, Tax Collector's ..fitlle.By 3
': flank of ytUevilz.e.-'l'he surprising pros- Eupiiotcd to belong to Duncan L. Clinch. virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Onions,bbls Apples,73 boxes ('heest15 do and Collector, s. J. t. .:

!' growth into pu\)1icfJ.\'or, JOHA SiMPaON.chrriflTand expose for sale before the Court House Crackers, dried Beef, hams F. M- Bed, I : (,. Oct. 2Cth 1S50. .
' illustrated Tax collector, o. c. door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday ins, Almond, citron, currans, with other
; of this institution, were very forcibly ; Collector's, (tle.
Nov. 2. of May next the following described property, coni1tctiflgc'ur stock, now in itcir,
: a fe\v days ago, by ono of the lorRCst 'Jl'ax Collector'* Sale.Y or so much thereof ns will pay the State nnd county 'pt. :I.'1t n. C.C \ the Power vested in me by law 1 ,
stockholders in it'being offered 10 percent, 'p e for sale!befjre ihe Court IIou!e door
; for ItoO and the
of due thereon the necessaryexpcnsi
vested in law I tux
virtue thp power me by year
: his stock which he refused. The premium J1tA4tLrj !aclu l:. t. Augustine on the first
fur B thall! expose for sale, before the Court House a incident thoreto, viz : received fivr doztu UcuJt-rs Monday !Jcf '
I have amounted to $2500. a described soiucch
would Property
itself. at Mellouvillr, in the county of Orange, onjthe first 1UO acres laud more or lef l.situated on the south : JUST tn water and gives the surface or '
: [North Carolinian. Msaday of February next, the folluwjn; described of Julington creek! in th- county of St Johns, belonging without dcitroying i its.soft supple pay the State and County tax' da.
polish aal
lEO the
.WIMMMHHMMMMBBMMMMBBIMMIWHPBiHMHMWUOMAKTIC Hull nonresident, purchased by ganV par: necessary expen
I property, or so much thereof as will pay the state and to Henry a .
STOUT.-Tho Evansvillc Journasajft i county tax due thereon for the year 1850, and the the'said Henry Hull from James James, and returned tie qualities.RcccommenJd for Harness Carriages & Land%izT aspersed- -- t,
to John re
" nses incident thereto, to wit { by William A. Forward. State taxes duely J.'Enle
Last made nl'plicn- exp( !
; Monday a Minuter necetsiry At Retail. B.. E. by D. R. Cu-i'aajn for aU L'En-
500 Halls tract, belonging to supposedt Henry Hull for IBM ($00 42 agent
fer acres. or
ci i emplo n onto
our city Th..oahove
ion to grove ger State 11 for lc 5> named 2COO
to G. Center and Bryant County iax at25 percent on tax j -n"Chancery -
lie at once set to workdi :in: n grave; ) *
: was JOHN SLMPSON.rfieruTand Unless taxes and expenses arc paid before the day Sale. of the New SwitzerlarHl tratt onthe tail
which he completed before ceninHtt was of sale. and by vritue of a decree of the St. Johip and about 23 uiits! N.
Tax collector
'I, paldxum dollar for hisjo,nnJ ding unwdl NI .2. o. c. R. D. CANONA, Sheriff a ndexi off. Under hclJen in and for tile Coan'y ABfrTstZne. -

- went to bed. During the huccccdin night ho ,- Y Tax .Asseasotand ''oU!, ctor, s j r. Johns Florida made on the 23 day of July ned upencJ: are pad before ilay o
:f died in tho morning was "buried in the same 1'ux Collectors Hio.. B Oct. 26Ui;1850. case wherein Joscpha Gue,Administratrix of -
St. Auiniitine
: liravu which but n few hours before liisownI :i;Y virtue of,li! power vested'in' me by law I ; (ate of Francis Gue, Ieed, !ii complaint I \ i1, Sheriff ,nml cx-ofl.) '

'. .) ands had dup tVu were unable te learn the fi shall expose for sale before the Court HoiweatMellonville TaxColleeo's Sale. I 11By Carr and others Cretors of said rotate are !' .scsorniiJ Culletor of s. J. c.
in the county of Orfuigs on the first Mon the vested ia by law I and directed I shall speciaL !
-. nnmo of tho. unfortunate ..11111- r any part tlf< virtue of pJWCT me I danis, tome. na tic Per. 26ih 1850.
, Iii hUtory.savo the ud here recorded.He ti:*y of February nxt the fi4lowin; de.'cr.bsd prop'r- shall expose for sale before the Court House1 1, ,expose to sale in the mode mannorand .
:.; died part ty or *o much thereof u will pay th? state and con- door in the city of St. Augustine, on the first Alcn-1: vided iirtfcid decree, before the Court : I :!, Cutler, &c.

among us a tptal stranger. ty tax Jutthrcon! for the year 1630), and the ncccdiary day of February next, the following described! City of St. Augustine, on'Munday the 7th i ;J Goshen C'uceje.njiter Crackers

4 cxii-n-cf incid4'ntthertovz : C property FO much thereof as will pay the :tate' tober next between the hour of 10 and 2 cf Beef Fulton mirket :-ef mackerel l.

DEI'OfUU g .,\uRT1L e.AROLIU.-TlieFayctlcUio I IC.OOO acres belonging or suppo,el to belong and county Tax due thereon for the year 1830, and the following real tlstatc assets of the ltate Leif Lard Hauiif, /tacoo, Scotch :

CanXman says that jar jo nu u- (o tne tjtalcof Robert MMUfJy, George R. Fair- the necessary expenses incident thereto, viz : i cis Gue, deed situate lying and Leing in the in qw and p ,Congre Water Pick-.

bers ofjKrsonf, comprising men tubalance! bank,sgt'tt. JOHN SUI P3ON. sherirTanJ 300 acres of land returned by F. P.. Ferreira for |t Si. Augustine in said County of Pt. John,to Confectionary Choice Green I and

ns well us the poorer classes nro prcnnr.ng: to Tax collector, o c. Mariana Lorenzosituate touthof St. Augustine on j A House and rot corner of ', :: and Rio Coffer, Raisins, Cilron,

remove from thut State, lu the West and South Nov. 2. Matanzas river west of the 01"- Fort in Township 9. Bridge Streets.A Pin-. ;p"e Cir", Salt[ Shot ,and

i-- 'Vvst, Tax: Colle tor' .Sale.BY ; Range 30 south and cast bounded north by land of I Lot of ground corner of Geor:p and .

i virtue of the power vested in me by la\\y M R Mcstre.eo Jth by land ofF J Avice, F Betu Streets nnd four lots of ground. Nne .. B. E.. CARR.

_ THE WAT WIVEs LIE CAUrOllfAKI4CE ust I shall expose for.salu before the CourtHouse and J Waite,east by the river and west by land S.'gu:. Foint. 1 Jeremiah- I-eonard- -, -9 days front
pee how the wicked men induce their wives to Mellonville ia the pounfy Orange, on the of F Bells and J F Waite ; said tract B of land was Sheriff of St. Johns Conntyjgnd now dischargingwr offer in addi- ",
let them eo to tho gold diggings by workingon first Monday of February next the following described granted returned by the 3d Spanish Government lo cia! Master ia Cban=: arrivals n choice and well selected lot .
love of oi> much thereof as will pay the ttate as rate. : and Shf!
their innocent display property so I Unless taxes and paid before theda' 23rd. August 1650. ; : g ods usually kept
wl\"CtllnlD I kunw and tax due hereon for the ye/ir 1e50and the expenses I consistingin choice Butter
is n1.
There n county of The sale of the aL."! )property is I part ,

lie coaxctUiis wfo to let him go, ? necessary expenses incident thereto to wit half i150O of 3000 sale.R.. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. i Monday, 4ih November, 1350. I Hams, Bacon, mess Pork, Ful' I

But this lithe way he did it though acres near Flounder creek,one Tax Aeeeseor and Collecter, s ac.: i -- -- .---- (' ,dried bl"ef..1/aekn'd.l.odti.sh, Hcr-
To go lu CnlilornUi! acres granted to Domingo Ac.sta,belonging or,suppo-. St. Augusline.Oct. 26th, 1850. Porer. Ale. &c. 2 barrels for Family. u'e. Extra ClDA1' I '
he--I'll send you two lumps of gold. bed to belong to James Clarke. {>> PICES. Chocolate Riot Coffee, Teas ,Oats,brand, Rio coffre. Teas 'yrI -

. luch Soys more than your two hands can tio'.d; JOHN. :iLMPSONsheriffand Cabbages Potatoes, Apples, ()ions. )Ofee, Ale in pts and Its,:I'orterin pts an 1 I n sh Sapr, N Odi ta, Leaf and Lump
. ,carriage 1 II! bo rolled! NOT 2. Tax collector o. c. schooner Gipsey% now land choice articles, .;best English'' article,Congress \Yaterin pts ; Almon-*,,Dates, assorted Preserves AI
In own ,
your now'Jamcs know dear .J' ; JlayJUuttor.AY Per *, assorted Pear, Apples. Potatoes, Ileiiiieick diampague qt.and p ,choil'e 1 Apples! '-ermac e. macartni cigarr

,' aysbho you here my Batter, Leaf Lard. F M Hams, Beef. Cod- Cabbages string and bunch Onions Hay Oau Corn, par, John Anderson's fine cut Tobacco t J. Ktnraeky Leaf, cerrons Cuba To-

..- .. I cannot live without you fish, Sausages, Mess :fork, Bacon Hhoulders, Beans, Rice,for,sale at Wholesale or retail Honey Dew CavtnJisb, ,Cbampngne' I now brin": f'pcned and warronted." S
But one's own carriagesOUflso queer! CARR. B. E. : B. E. ( ARRw -
B Y.
You may go to California! .e" for sale by B. E., CAR 1 R. Oct., 12,1850.. t and ptsatrctailshy ,, / I ,

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. { of Marion,at Ocala fourth Mondayof ---
county Valuable Plantation Lauds --- \
I Wild Florida Land A cllcy.
$ J.
Magnolia. Hotel. 00 St. George Street, north off April. &c. in East Florida. undersigned as Ageut for the respective: r
f ..I"..... he Public Square. and one door north of the Meth- For th "Qounlies of Alichua and Levy, at New-. T be undersigned as Agent for the. respectije! pro- TilE offers for sale on exeeedingly tea!onaMe ST. 4iUGUSTiIIE, E. F.

vdist Church j jFloriid nan=\'mt', first Monday in May. f prietors offers for sale ,the following land .to term?,the following landsamung which are Mime

[!OUt. On [Treasury Lane, North ol f For the County of Columbia at Alligator on the .I wit : That well known and extremely valuable Plan: of the most valuable Cotton, Sugar; and Tobacco:

\I., }he Public Square. I second Monday of May. lotion called the Bulow Plantation at the head of : lands in the Stale Tms I STABL181IMENT hav

City Hotel, On Ctorloue and Bay Street, a few I. For the county of Nassau at Nassau C. H., on the ,, Halifax River, formerly occupied and planted by the IN THE ARREDONDO GRANT.. .r;< || ins; undergone,Thorough Repairs this

: ., doors booth East of tb, e Public Square. \Vcdiieday before the foifrth Monday in May. I I late John J. Bulow with a force of 300 hands suitable present season, ia now re wi/or

I Planter Hotel. On Charlotte' Street and Trcas- For the county of Duval at Jacktouvlllef on the fur both Sugar and Cotton, and advantageously{ located ALACHUA COUSTY., reception ot Company. JFAMILIEaANn

Wjy# Laws. north ef the Public. Square, annexed to the fourth Monday of May. I I on navigable waters. It lies upon the coasvabout I T.9.R u.9'u 18 ; Sections 11,14,15,22,23,24,26,27. TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have sp'aciou

Florida'IIjae. I For the County of St Johns, at St. Augustine. I forty miles south of Si.Augustine, and contains about In 19, -' ..lau' 2381011121314.22, Apartments. *
34.35, 30, l8, 01, 17,27,5,
Qa the second Monday in June. 4000 acres. '
Ilooins Airy, Clean, and ;
BOARDi; G HOUSES. FALL TERM Also! two thousand acres adjoining the last described G, 9. iie s itself furnished Heat

I Barracks Mr*. M.. Reid.. On Charlotte' Street*, near the For the counties of Orange and St. Lucie Tuesday lands being the Pellicier Grant in Graham's swamp. In 9," 20.; 19. t'2., 2G, 27, 28,29,30, 3: :, Kothiii I \VnlltillThe :;-. handsomely.... ,..

I I Al.so. the Spruce" Creek Plantation contain; 899 33,34.In : House well knon.>
before the fitsjtlondavof November. a*
) j Mll Pulio. ,On t. eorge Street a few doors } I acres suitable! tor Sugar culture and near to 'navigation 9" 21 ; l5, 19, 20,"1, "2.08, 29.' 0.. Built with beingff&eniJr
South of the and : For the county of Putnam, at Pilatka) the second Expressly n'icv to the Decuu;-
Court Public Square about 70 323334.,
; miles of
south St.
On and Tuesday before the first Monday of November.For Augustine. near odntion of Intalids$ find others, being: entire'!
i q. N. Papa. ] street, corner of Cay New Smyrna. In 10" 18 ; 23,10,11,15,22,23,26,27 r
Ball the of St. the first built Wood! with Rooms
John's, on ,
.' maiden Lane. I I Also, the Mount Oswald Plantation on Halifax 34, 3;;. 3G.e connecting, Foldin -
+ inNovember. p B & *.
River about 50 In" 10" 19 7,8.17.19,2030. xrs, < which renders il Free from
. J i south of St. Augustine near thI ;
For the f ,
Nassau before
,f"I'>,,1-' }t<', U mms.Diet. ." third Monday county of November. &*. Thursday the I coast formerly planted in Sugar by the lat; Geo. Anderson In" 10"" 20 ; 13,14,16,20,23.::! Dawpne&s. Fireplaces, Blinds li> windows

,;' F. irrecbnre Office at his Dwellin' g House: I! and now the property of Joseph Lawton, containing -, In f 10 21 ; 1,2,3,4,5.6,7,8,9,10,11 tllrlHih enc t'i on; Piazza Promsnadl Two
Forthecounty of Duval, on the third Monday of < Hundred }'t.'t"i Protection
i pn Bridge Street. 11)00!) ( acres. 12,13,14,15,18,22,20,31. ( from Rain, CoM

fyct. John E. Peck pflice on St. George. Street November For the ; of the first Also, }000 acres south of New Smyrna in Tutu In" 10" 22 ; G, 18, 19. Winds,& '.. Iii, "1.:1: ;: a rabloIETRE.\T From

a few doors North of the hart House.DRtbc'lST. December.county Marion'" on ; Monday in bull's swamp, being the north ,half of the Rosette In" 11" 18 ; 24. continent'? at till ,seasons of I Iht! year..*

For the : Grant well timbered and near navigation. In'' 11 19 ; fc,2,9,11.13, 14,16 17, 18 The: Huns->> M'..'ated facing Sojth inccfttral
counties Alachua and the
., Ley/ on secpndjfonday -
r 'p In December.. ',Also,fort yahousand acre8o .the St? Johns River I .. 212330., position, and 1' liretj. from qther Dwelling! ..
P.C. Zfbfra. Chemi t and Urujgest North Est! : Lake 10" 11" '20 '7,18,20,23,24E.1.2 of 25
,, the between Lake'Ceorge anal Monroe, consisting ; The House i ( iii.ui.43. Rooms with additional
For the of Columbia t1
fhe Public $fjqaare opposite 1. :: the. middle basin. ': \i ia: December.county. on Monday. valuable pine,hammock and timbered lands in various 2T8, 33, N 1-2 of 36In"ll9e21 I'arloursl'tul; ;;:, Setting Koorrwand conveniences .
1,2.3.10,11,12I3, 14,13: ;
The U.S. District St. the tracts. e. ; ingcur.tt t JFa
Court Accommodation
LAWYERS. <*: first Monday in April at Augustine on Also, 3000 acres in Alachua county, suitable for 19, 20.21, 27, 23, 29,3U. 33, no bo surpassed.Tn c&n*

E. B. Gould. Counselor at Law. -office on Ar Cotton Sugar. 35.36. < ,wall earned
fiery Lane. | TIE:: TRAVELLER'S GUIDE. Also, 600, acres in Columbia County, good pinelands In! 11 83 ; G.7.' 9,30.31 : imputation this House '
".. ha: I'' n V'-nr to l't'r will .,
acquired beth"
'D..t. Putnam. A; qnd Poqncellor l on the Santa Fe River.
torney i
t ROUTES FRoijTciIARLESmV for <. ,' ARREDONDO GRANT. Proi.; ll s>, [rs. D,\VIS uim to s'istuin' and
at Law, office, Picot g 8ti'ec Apply terms, particulars, &c. to MACIOX COCSTT. '
William A. F il/4rd. Attorney ,t Law and Solicitor GEO.FAIRBANKS, In" 12 18 ; 1,2,3,10,11,12,14.15 lorn ii'j u! I'tctn" uibc heretofore, shere

floor From Charleston to New Yuri. daily at Agent for the purchase and sale of Land .. turns In f ti..uk...
in Uliancery-office on the ground ot In"12 19 ; 2. 6, 11 12. 15, 16, Ijj 19,
the South Wing of the Court House. 31.2 o'clock r. M, By Steamer to Wilniing'on ISO Payment of;Yon Resident Taxes: ,tc.! 20.21. 22.23,24. ,The T.ilIc will be supplied with choicct

George Ki fairlanlt. I Attorney and Counsellorif'H miles:;Uy Railroad to Weldon IG1I11i1es..ro: Petersburg _St.' Au ustine. Feb 22, 1850._ In ".12" 20 ; E 3-4 of 1, Game: Oys>tei's. Turtle.( Fish, Duck. Venison,

-oftc;? }ill the Court House. CS.-rTo Richmond) 112.---To Acquia Creek J Notice. 11,14,16,17,18,22.21. Turkey, and IShell{ I'ih, which at this lima .

7t- :By Sieomer Washington 55.-By Railroad to &1 ix months after date we shall present our In 12 2G ; 1. 2.3.4. 6, 12, 13, 15, our Rivers i>nd F?re: ts al>ouiu>> |. Two or

PUBL1'rlOr FIC :S. Baltimore 40.-To Philadelphia 92.=: -To 'kw-York I I Accounts and Vouchers as Executors of the Estate j, 21,22.23,24. more Hunter, purling( exclusively flee this

cor-1 87. Total distance i i 1 miles.Time COI hours. Fare : ofRlcbnrJVei btmm dec'd. to the Hop. Judge n 12" 22; 6.7,18,19.1 Mouse. '
Roll Office., P. C. Zyltetra Post Master, ,on the
of Bay Street and Public Square, North of Market $20. of Probate of St. John's County, for a final} settle. t-EO. FAIRBANKS. Hors.Carrhscs, Ponies Gun, Fishing
buildings.S I + The "Southerner"Steamship) leaves CharJeston meat, and shall nt the same time apply for Letters of t:t. Aug ;;tine. Feb. J6, ttW.: Tackles, ats for Excursion &c.
m every tenth day after the 27th of April o'clock v: M. linisHon+ as such Executors, of which all persons --- Verv Respe. tfull VPROPRIKTRESS
neiyr G(tier aft Office. B. A. Putnam Surveyor Thro in CO hours. Fare; (ftatc-Uoom) $25. interested ia said Estate will take notice.JOIINM.FONTANE. 'IOLELl Hilt IhaT::. :: l.. >> ,

General, on Ifospital Street,corner of Artillery *From Charleston to 1)/tilndtlpMa.-'I'he -prlf l '". ;
Lane and .. '. r Exccclors-: I it. /:. <:. IIll:.
Hospital Street other 4
leaves Charleston every Saturday, at o'clouk ]t. FONTANE S
RCCCNT ARRIVALS the .u'r.rif''r! N.- E.-It i II. Simmons 1I:1 Prof
Land Office. Doct. W.o.f j Uiam ,Register r r.M.-t through in CO hours. Fare $20. Jan 1. 18jO. By -
Public Lands office i the Court House. 'SromCharleslon to11ew-Orlears. Leaving daily '1:1 customary! supply of(Jrov-rn s, h lldf(:t'lhf- f j nrictrc- Brat J c-Scrvajit-* attached .
.I'AlJIL1'l'Y-SECURITYltEH.PETUl'i'Y.> ifcc. Usually kept at his well know, ,. So the House should be civil
!T Aot'A'. Euntll.. I+ cccivef, office in Court at 10 o'clock A', 31. By S. C. Railroad to Augu-ta 13Gmiles. "tnlrfi.lulIt.Jt.The .- uttcn
attention Private families) tire, and
House .-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-Hy $900,000. : aul the Tra'e is so I obliging. _! 11 t

!dl' of Palate. (0. Humphrey's Judge,) office Macon and western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE. licited rated below to our below extensive assortment. Articles ('nti..c- Notice .1 ,
can be had in '
in tho Court House. oflicJ Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery COMPANY and at'retail.'L'EAS.Young. original packages. 71 s hereby given,that I shall six'' months after date 'r
Dumat. ple, tk, Circuit Court infeterS. 65 -By Steamer to Mobile 331.-To New-Orleans OFNE.W; YORK-NO.35 kYALL'5t.., -U. present to the Judge of Probate of 8+i. .

fbcCourt' House.qafy't.1 1GC. Total distance' l.OOG miles. Time 123 hours, jfcTET Accumulated Fund Nor. 1st, 1849 $900 Imperial Twankay Hyson Old Hyson Gunpowder Bounty, my accounts (for settlement and allowance Jonas ,
Pouchong ? )
of- Souchong
Collector '
B.teMM Bberiffand Tax 000securely invested in Bonds and Mortgageson
Fare 833.JO.Ftom COF.FEE.-Jua of the Estate of Robert !
( ,. isle Q&t&lf ewe.{ : __' Cfoirltston to !\'rw rOr/''' *,viz Savannah real estate in this city and Brooklyn and ,stocks Rio,Cuba do. Chocolate Green Ground: do. Mocha 'do. of said county deceased ; and further notice is ; '
Collector Ct,1oms *John M JIapwn, offiee nfthe State and of New York and United Cocoa and Cocoa Paste. gins ..
of daily at 9 A. M. !By Sieanjer tq Savannah 140tnilesBCentral City SOAP.-tShnving' White that I shall at the same time ak for a final dfechar
sentcd Brown
and Ver-
office in ,
Itftpector of Ora Howard, I States Government. "
C.ltum'i Railru.1"iJQ 4/hco.q pod Western Railroad legated do.3PICE3.. from my. AJmiaistratorship of said Estate
Howard Buildings, Mark t square. to Barnesville.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.-, This fund is ,rapidly increasing by a widely extra, JAM Ed A.MICKLER.
, /. H. Bronton. Judge U. S. Court Northern I I By Railroad to Montgomery C.r'.-By Steamer to.-Mo- dad' and prosperous! business. : Ginger Race ; uq? Ground ; Llnckpc P t.\uUslinl".Junt"15.1S0.' 6m. '

, District cf Florida, office in the Court House, I I bile 331.-To New-Orleans 1 60.Totnl l distancej.l,032 The Company declared a dividend of profits of fiftytwo per Pimento Nutmeg 1 Cloves, Mace, Cinnamon,

Q.R. F irba"h. Clerk U. S. Court..Wice i ihe' n miles. Time 77 houi 4. Fare $39.!) 50. [ percent on all existing policies on the 31st Arrow Soot Verinecelh, Macdaroui Curry Powder, N olic' _

Court House. I MISCELLANEOUS TABLE of January' 1848. Mustard in jars and bottles .' Fl'LICATIOX will be made, to thenextseisin: .

Deputy Marthal. George I. Zelmbaur Jfl&ce JR Distances. FareTime.. All "lc"I-ronls arc divided among; FRUIT. Bloom !Muscatel and Sultana Rai...in*, Ctt ol the Leg=lainre for nn met! of incorporeti ,n

the.. Court. .House... :I t ,.' To Athens, Ga., 221 in.''.', 87,95! 20 h. the Insured.The Zante currants, haft sheifr Almonds ; Smyrna Figs, for the Iij>t FluriJa }'ire. Lifr.anJ MarineMutasi. ,
s'ClcattanoosaTenn., 445 : 13,12 31} premiums are payable in cash annually sem- Sicily Filberts,Madeira Walnuts, Brazil ISuts ; Genoa Insurance Cotnp'rty. to be 1 iocited St. Augnatinewitlioul ;

ORPN4PJCE; DEPARTMENT. "ColumbaS. C., 130 4.00 8 innually, or quarterly', interest being added on thdeferred e Citron. : ( banking priviiegja.Sept. ,

apt James R. Ilgnka J. Ordnance Store keeper "Camden.S.C., 142 4,00 9 payments." r'-,_. CANDLES. Common Sperm and Tallow, and 3,1850. .... .

office ou St. George rtreetj a few doors South of the I "Hamburg. S. C.. 13R(; 4,00 8 The ca!'h principle adopted by this Company secures Wick. "Notice .

Dry Good More ofcS. AI. (Wnkeman. Persons desirous "JicmphisTrun., 740 SOO to the parties for whose benefit the insurances PICK'LHS, AUCES, &.C.-Pickles, assorted in HEJREBV; GIVEN .. .

oi visiting tne Fort: will make nppMcatioii t dt1'a'1, enviers for fj'hr of the above p.ncrl'nve' are effected the whole of the advantages without half gall glass Jars Do .Do. bottles Capers, OJives.lushroon1'.Catsup 5 shah app.y: to the JII ',<*that e of m Probite.eeks auc,-hf I .

pant. Ifanhara. v 'i Charleston, daily byS, C. Railroad; at 10 u clue k, subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated :\ Tomato do" Fish sauc" aa trted County for Letters,VJrninHtrotion ofStTJoliin
do. oo thsi Estate of
kinds Pepper Stanchion Bitter Lemon
}premium ,
A. )!. notes. .yrup; Jlary R. Solana, late of '
JUSTICES C-tf TilE PEACE. Prrsonsma) effect{ insuranc", en their own lives Sugar of Lemons, West |ndia. preserve, SaljdO.; St. Augostiae, Sept, 2!,ntii-Couutjr ih. 1H50..vav decJ. r

James M., C ou d. t|, AGENCYOF and the lives of others. A married woman can ill- Anchovies.| : R \ '. .'

L" .,' cure,the life of her husband. the benefits oPVljich nre TOBACCO. CavanJMi, Ladies twist, Pnporbaccu 1 u. RNn. Z:

PITY: OffiCERS. FITCH'S secured by law for the exclusive use of herself: .or chit Maeaboy tfnufT; Scotch do, RegnLa lioat. .N oH'c. t
.: Ie. 1>U. CELEDU.\TED
MaUna &'0", Mayor. ; v, J" : .dren. I'rineipe do, Common do- A. LL Heirs L.;gitees anJ 'other persons. i a'i Ifi' ;

raw, I' : : JIEDICVf1: Clergymen and all others dependent upon sala- L1JDOttS.-lirandy, card, Danpy &, Co. do. /' .lemai>.Is against the! EJtate'uf.lnln's, (,'. :
t, A., Ald erttten: : ',: Pulmonary./Juuaut Dfurative Syrnp ties are specially invited ro avail th *ntaclv's of a resource Bordeaux, rpirit.- JautajcnRumU11nticnUu( 1 to ells d,' enlt;J. Irate of St. Johns I .p!

;. P. tSS }\ 1 :, '. Pectoral' Expectorant, Heart Corrector whereby, theirwirvivingfemiltsbucy! besecuredrom ,proof, Gin: IIo11anJUu Sktrdhnni, Whisk J Do. notltipJ 1 to present the sun wiihin cuauty.arr th, time Lrt.rGy ":,
M. eif 1 ulm tl 'JLinimput, Humor Jom'ctor :3cntch::; a fine article Aesottfd" Pri'rcri-
4fed< II I the evils of J1 nt1ry, Liquors. b.e by law,er they will: be tnned. .'
1'' Clerk of the City Cotu ell. Charles Haager, office Pure'and Mediein.il) Cod Lint OJ, Pantd'; 't&'exl>larator) cf theprineipley :Mutur.I: r ,nxlIadcira.:: llowar-I. Marsh & Co, :\J r-I PETER CAPEI.LA.

,?: t .tthe Council room. '!' : A..uti.f'Fl't'l'CIixtun': : Cough' and Cathartic Pills, i Life In-straw, t1 .11 illustrating" IV ad\nirtage<>. with M'ill!<'!', .AJplaga Sht'rryl'al it Brown DiiffCfordou: __

.' 'Offy MartJpl\ and Clerk of. the Market, F. .p:. IS'i-miK. FeaialePilU.Vennifus' 1 ), I forms ofnppliiMtion.mny be obtained nt the alike 01 &. Co, : tignrlIulk, 5j JI.1r1djng vintage lt>32. AnjushnSeptember.. Admmhtiator _

rrrelT-. .I J + *, Femnlr' PIWC fie, ke. fcc., the Company, 35 Walltt.. or of ar.}' of its: agents.TRUSTCES Vinegar, BorJi-aux:, Porter London in pta. and q'!, .1850. 8c. _
Used ly him constantly and wish unprecedented London! and Lcith Ale ; Ikir. s

''AUCr 1Q lq 4Eii; tlircrR, in the treatment t'* Jos! B Collins. David C CoMi-n, OILS. Olive Sperm, Seal. Cod nad Castor: .1 _. IXinanth, after N date()1Iec.
1 8h M
n.r. E., arr.. I Cold-, Cough Consuiupiion, Asthma I. Heart Wm J !11)...lop. Alfred Edward, FISH. Herring: salmon. Sardine; :Mackerel d : k2> counts and vouchers present lur ac* I
.. >>i"J "!I. UycpcpMa Scrofula, Skin Diseases i R 11 Mtl'urr'y, "Win Belts, Cod. Eate of William as A ninitsf11trix' of; the

MERCHANTS. I Ib Itlceuntatism Female Complain?, Ired: Winston, > Joocph Blunt MISCELLANEOUS.: Pot Barley Oit: uJ-e of 1'robate! Gibbons of Alarhua deceased roh'e! lion .i

.: J1M rough E. Carr. Whulerale and Retail, dealt ',I'ikj' ;. ,, t'. c. C \V Fabcr, \ I-aac G Pearson Meal, Copperas,Pipe Clay Bath: Brick, Indigo, Span tlCl' .n.-nt ef saiJ Estate and shall County at the fora final

.. .., .', i first quality Family Groceries of nil! WJd Li- Dr. rife}, -* 1I2Uflllallc(1 Abdamiiial PatentMSvcr John P Yelverton Henry. Wells, i-h Float, fig BIueLontloo :Starch Candle Wick W for Lettrwof DbmWoBM! such l\llU same time. ,
Plated !ni,1rt.
'Hors &C.. No. 2 East bide Charlotte Street'Northt Theo Sedgwick, Moore, Liquid Blacking, in pts'& Quarts Paste in Tin Case no of which all persons interested its

Ithe Public square. ;j fnIpo.tcr Stacy B rolliua, Zehedee Cook Shoe Brushes, Scrubbing:Corn broom do. Wisks w take lIo< ce. said EtIU.
I>". Filcli'* improved Plated John'II Jon.i : T. D. Pipe, German do. Night Light. Door
;George J1 urt. Healer in Staple and Fancy Dry rfwift : Miller : Matt ANN JOHNS S,.Admintstratrix
oods, West side of Charlotte street, a few doors Steel Spriiis Shoulder SSrtr:*r John, \Vad- ,orth of Treasury Lane. Dr. Fitch'" Sih'cP Jnhalin!;'' S M Cornell Robert Shnyltr Salt Liverpool( do. Ncwn\n ml'.FIll.June 3J.ISjU. 4\"tut. 'I_

Salk M. IYab",.". Wholesale and Detail dealer Tube. !: (;nuv :1 1 U'llkjn James Chambers, PROVISIONS. P,+rk, Becfllatns. I'IourButtc -- .

fi Dry Goods and Groceries.! Grocery store on the DR. FITCIFS[ CELEBRATED SIXIECTUUES [. :John V L Pruyn Joseph Tiickerman; and Cheese. lYQtioc, : I

1 <; ound floor gf,the .City Hotel. -Dry Goods Store, :i Freil Whittlcsey Mes II Grinnell, CROCKERY. AND J GLASSWARE, 'Assorted. k IX weeks afrrr slate I t,hllll apply fo the JIJJ b e Pf'

O )rnrr of Picblat*,and St. George street opposite os THE; rnEvtTio.N AXD CUKE OF i i Charles Ely \Vm J Bunker .ALaO, I Probates for tIll t'ouutj of St. Johns for letters ... -;

. ._e Court louse. Consumption, Asthma Diseases of the : John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh. A Variety | of AJlI1illistrntiolJ on t te, Estate of Jour;: RODXU
+i' ADite S. If N. Fiiithqm. Dealers in FancyGodi Heart, cf-c., and on the met/wd'1 pre"suri1lg i i Walter Joy, Francis Lninrop, Shelf (;onds, llarrbeare,Tin Ware, Wood UrarelJlJ..l ,

'j, >, &C. opposite the Planters Hotel on East Health and tteauty to ail i Alfred Pdl J 0 Thatcher ,tjf Shoes Cluthing, Hats c r Caps Drum -Sr P c.- 23, 1830._ K. n. GIBBfI

.1 le Charlotte street. old age. !, JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. 'tjr Y+J1lcc. D

I Pedro JSenet. Deajcr in Groceries Provisions, &.c. This nook l'houi1l1l'! in cery famil)". rl'n tlm 'Jonumptive I
G rner of Cuna and St George street. 'it p'tints. oat tlie( only reasonnble: lisp a for +!, JOSEPH BLUM Coung lll1r. The above stock of Groceries\ was selected iti New aa.u t the estate of HENRT or demands ..
Manuel Crepo. Dealer in Family stores Provins i- relief irjothhs.the directionsit give* f,r rite care G. R. 1'.\rRtAxsant S!. Augustine Fla. York :Market nnd can be recommended with confidence Johns ,It.eeaed.a3 creditors KJ.O'lsE.lnte of S.., '

: l? ,,&c., corner of Charlotte and Bridge streets. ,. and eduction: of Children are inralu.ibh'. 7 itt (11/ I Feb iCth. ; and will be disposed of to.uit the times at redueed wise. err hereby notified to hei".l"l ,n tee,,or o,her. ,

y F. J: Qr+rwy. Watch ,maker and Jeweler /on copies of this /7ook! have pi.-Wi through th' ;j.r.s, a.jdthe Ta\ Collector' Sale. > prices. \\' solicit the attention of the trade, siLl'n itMn| two years from present the,date them to the snb. ;

G verge srreet. nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. pale continues unufmtei! PI i )' virtue of the power vested in me jby law, I and private fami'ies.! %B. E. CARR. will Le forever barred. And hereof or they i i

TAo,. Nd J". Retailer" of Boots Shoes, Cap;!. Fur Oak: by 8. S. /-V7'Ccj co..707 *, ...t1J)> shall expo e for sale before the' CourtHouse Jan. I. 1850.rpi estate are requ.red to maki- immediate persons indebted to th* .

lilts &c., cast side of Chnrlott e street, corner of linkaud { door the first p4fmE'nt. '
Broadwaye+r J. ; in the city of St. Aunu-tine'on. llUIDIER
,. arjotte street and Treasury Lane. 11".1"( PS. FJTCU'S Gqjpn; ro INVALIDS,,, or 1)j. :Monday in November next.the: following described I ClatmaifHof" NOTICIi.To Sept. 13. 1830. ,Adnunistrntor. .1".1"t. .

attr.t i' Andreu. Tailor, Charlotte) street, tpctionslo i perMitis n.siii;; Dr. Fitch's Item property or EO much thereof as will pay 'the State Roiinty Lal1d \ '
near ebe ..iTi dies to beh.til, gratis, of all! his Agents. AH and County tax due thereon for the year ,1849, and proposes lo obtain Notice. _
.. Thomas AH teu. Tailor ha riot te Street' near hand by his A the nece-ary expenses incident thereto viz : Eight Wariants fur lands tPr'ull claimants who Six Months after date I shall P resent my account :
rents and '
kept on
vouchers .
the store of George Bun. II. R. REID & CO. Pilatka. hundred aer.-i of land supposed to belong to Rct.!t will be entitled thereto under the Act now before ns AJlJun -tmtnJ: pf the c M te of '
An*'. 31 ChtrksV..
, l' John' Utina. Boot maker. harlottc street near 1 Towlaml a nonrcsident.Mtuatedin the county of St. Congress whin the same shtHI have pa s A( to the Judge of Pro-N t
bate of aelun
: ::- 'e'Olty Hotel. Eastern Judicial Circuit of tltc Julius, i'tate of Florida being the' same piece of( ed and become a law, for the moderate sue.. u- ratite .J sbtll:1t County fi.ra final: 8t settlement of lJaid

Jo'epllAptz. Manufacturer of Segars shop inHoward's Slate of Florda Circuit Court of +land that was allotted to Mary :M. Dunlin 1'os her FIVE DOLLARS: for each Warrant when obf I ,1-mw.iona., : a the frame lime apply I for leue of

s Buildings. share of her father's Etl.ne: at Iv'e+Switzerland nd taincd. \' / : A.Lninistratrix of which al persons .

G. N. Papy. Dealer in QryGrncejcai;; ; and Provisions i St. John .CoimJy. \ t bounded on the \Vicetby the River St. Johnmeasu- The object {of this notice is to give t o claim' il1tt.rrstnl in said estate will take, notice. ,**.,.

', : r Charlotte, street, a* few doors South of the IN CHANCERY. ring thereon in front 18 chains and 30 links on theNprth ants an opportunity of procuring warrants at MARY :\r rAIN.' .'

,/ chy Hotel. fMtttrt Peter Genet, Admin ttrn1or oft : I by lands of Louisa Fa tin on the East by vacant the least possible! expense., June 1st. 1850. AdministratrLt.5 r S .

I i lI1uII.PIs Nelligan. Cabinet. makers, the Estate of F. I'. San ht'7.. \I lands, and' on the South by lands formerly owned Those wishing; to secure, the services of the 5 ;
corner of Market square adjoining the (t,oaneilroont. i deed., for the use of Aahron Bill for Account by Cle( noa' Colt. undersigned, 'will call at his office, or address J. jric Robert Baker If g
Black So\iti nnd Gun Smith, near 1 Linless'1'axes and expenses are paid before the day him letter and ATTORNEY .,
1 John Manucy. r' Fnelander Complainant Mar>hnlhir A''s(.ts of hale by prompt attention will be 'COUN8ELLOR _

', \ 4l 4 ht North Gate of the City., Against and Distribution p. t R. B. CaNOVA'I3heriffand ex-off-( given to-lheir claims. A'rLA W. '

; ': George W. McAllister, claiming the Estate of 'Pet cl' Tnx Assessor and Collector, St. hnic PHILIP FRASER. JAcssorvz.r E. Fia
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l, AMU$EMENTS. xJUUuird ; to Executor Joseph Mitchel.ilecd.TH03. ; I April 27, 1850.Tax Attorney at Law. WILL practice in th e Cou sof the !'.astern Ciieoir
Table, Bowline Alley. Ora' HowardHoward LongwuthdecJ.and others, \ 1' Jacksonville E. F/la./ July 15ih, 1850. in Ira'lOnlon county ofthe Middle Circuit, irt Cenro,

Buildings, Market jequare. : Defendants. I i Collectors Sale. -. __._ I. nnd HilUborouijli,coon p'e.4 or the Southern Cireuit .

"Bowling Alley Liyuort and RefretJtmentt, brDridier. Court thul'Dt'Qtlant. virtue. of,the vested in Chancery Sale.Ul1clcr I) the Supreme Court at Tallahassee, and tIlt Unftt'd in
Affidavit I
f appearing by in this y power me by law, : :,
Hotel., 1 \ and by mine of a decree of the Court States Di-.trrct Court for
of the
F. City f Georsje W. ;McAllister, if living at rl.!1 thall expose for sale before the Court House i. Northtrn" District of _
of Refreshment ja. holdeu I Florida l'Jrr" H
Retailer,; Liquors. ry in and for the of and win "( .NJ
County St.
Philip ecu t
the limits of Florida viz. door in the city of St. Augns.ine the first tro q\'inst the
rcfidesNbeyoml: vf the State on Monday .i1
\ ,I Bridier HowlipgXUe'f. Johns Florida made the 22 of ,
&:., Charlotte street, opposite' ,! in the Sta e of Georgia, of November next the following described property on day July last,in the' ;: StatrsbeforeCon1rcssnndtheDrl'attmeatsatlYash-: :
I case wherein Josepha Adminwtratrir \
j, It is the ,fure on motion. ofW'm. A. Forward' Solicitor or so much thereof as will pay the State and Countytax of the l:9tngton.' :
r ; OrtkrcJ. that publication be made ]n'' due thereon for the year 1849 and the necessary tate of Francis flue, deed w complaint and B. E. I Being; located nt Jat.cnrvjlle| li/ h. will ri've ',
STAGE OFFICE. Carr and others Creditors of said Estate are dtfl'ndants. entire ttud Mre, M,, ,urafop.bznsntt""ed '
f ,
incident thereto riz One hundred of to hiq
Eastern Circuit : '
I uolatu.flail BriJier's some Neiwp.per.. printed in the I expenses acres and tome. directed, I shall sad prorelllriOD, .. :
Slal:' City as special Masterexpose
( fa to
JJlcf of of Florida for ou months successivelylroT th it land more or less,situated on the South of Julington C I i : care shall meet with ,;
to sale in the mode '
, I and
I L t Ue'l, date requiring said.George W. McAllister to plead I! Creek in the County of St dons belonging to mauner extent as provided (+ ?;
in said decree before the Gorses St.
Ilouse in Auguatine. .
the ,
.. answer or demur to said Bill, or the same will be [&- Henry Hull, a nonresident purchased by the said of St. the 6c August 31. IBM. :,
CIIURCHES.i. City Augustine on Monday 7th day of '. .
Hall from James James. Choice
; i i Roman :Coolie Chvrch... North side; Monumensquare. .. krnpro Co"ltlN. I tober next between the boon of 10 and 2 of that day, FINE ; Grorerle.. .
i. lot of
D UGLAS, Judge, ijc., & Unless the Taxes and exDen.se> are paid before the the following real Estate pf tie Estate of A Butter, a.d Cheese assorted _
assets\' Fro
; : sale n- I Crackers lIam
.' Certified to be a true Copy. ay of Bncoa Fisl" Smoked :
tk. South .itk Mo Hntent re. eis Gus, decd. situate lying and being in the &e' _
CAur fqUft City of nod Fulton '
EpUcojnd Market
Witness my lI nd and ,the Seal ol said It. B. CANOVA. SheriKud ex-o9: Beef !' .
Qq 8*. George street, St. Augustine in said Couuty St. Johns to wit {
i P reV :
/ Pre ( Tax Assessor and St. at retail .
| tath Collector Johns Co.Apri127,1850. .
I South of thllquare. [L. S.] Court the Jsly,16S0. A House and lot corner of'CharlotteHospital aBridge R. E.C: RR.IN3EED :
, ; -
! 1 Slttloditt Chapel.! St. George street, near the X B. DUMA5.: .. Streets. OIL: White Lead
, Clerk C. C. Sl John Count Groceries. I A Lot of of i Turptnti e: Var -I
- I Magnolia ,House. \ Provisions, &c. ground corner George and .Partner nish: far. Uosin OaUm,
L., July 20,1850. A Very choice lot of Butter Sugar choice Hams 'Streets and four lots of ground N(;8. 9.1 1-13 15 at Wicks] Lathes and assorted Lumber Spikes 'Limes

.. I I .lJl. Baken, Pork, Crackers, Ftlb. 'r as Coffee Apices S.'guis Point.. 1. Jan. 2C ,ror sale 1
: : fFRMS'OF cgURT.i JfJW? CIRCUIT Old Virginia Butter>< Ih \ 1\1.Lard.' I &'c., by chr. Cyprus ius discharged, forralcby I RAPHAEL B. CANOVA _B. 'CARR. : 1

J OF Choice lot Virginia ,Hams do do do Shoulders, March 1 B E. CARR. I.* Sheriff of St. Johns Countyand Special Irish and Scotch !
I sntso TSEX. Fulton marked Hams,do do Dried Beef ----- ; Master in Chancery. SC TC ALB.Cider.Porterfanru.SWfc J

! F.orthe Counties of Orange: and St.: Lncie, ,at :Mcllonville do do. Mess Beef, do do Butter, do do Lenf LardXAp- JIny tlt'r.11tIAY 2Jrd.Aul1."t 1850.' Madeira Sherry and Port Wines Champagne 1
Better. I..esfLarJ. F .M I Hams Beef
Co d
I ,on the third Tuesday In ,\prlt.. pies Cabbages Onions assorted, Crackrs Floiroa. S Mess Pork, Bacon f The ,sale! of the above property is postponed to Brandy.IIolland Gin, Mononjrohela' WhLsfcey,.NOr.'

i. For the county Puin&m, at Pilatka; second. .fues'r Oranges. Dried Fruits. "PC,,rSchr. Gif>aeY.CARR.' 'c. for sale by visages*/ :. B. E. C Shoulders A: It R. JMonday, 4ti, November, 1850.S t ted beb9 Wines, L q noes,Cu t di als, dCe., for sale fcr
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