The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 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: UF00048575:00040

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:: j tSYIYFES1EU 'Z'b4viblIaing Qrticleirora' iba4&bI1Le .pI 1r f l n .' members of the political"firm.Murphy S
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1I 1 Y.- TU Ptitora*-f. tt* Itt, $ citizen' idld'Hfc-Rp, 'ito Patriek b. ti1gf,t.eAI 1 biW. DoS great electidn'day*when a batata wast*beJbuxbjtjnnd !
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t 1ds9a0 A de uqtloo will be fead. tor 'aotifrsja- discussions on1 thb "subject that, save uppeirredin -' "'Wetl'tthankyec; .' rsturoeU Patrick, fumtliarlyj 1. .a 'Then, ha would ,UkeJhe day? bs (,I I

, .rL&dfouizontI. v this anJ other journals'.ftave, .-. 'Aud bo w,'f>Out honor !'It'AefljC( nt: It was' about Balfpast'eighl bcloci,' that ,1 L

tI. .1tUIJU1l1I. lied every reading/and 'thinking man. 4n the 'Firtt-rato, .my t.:1 D4- "t-JjJtC., Woh'i: :PossIe? :h'afltcibcttcr\ than;itnrvntirio! Patrick Murphy presented himself to the owner I

.. country that the chief) seats ut cotton manu you lake something \6 drmfc.l'utrlckf' 'Dade and ye inay ,well. wy .thnt. It's h.llie. of the.tortj athl. wUJj u| !iai;uatpual selfimponanc : 1 '

Will_M e ecute< .'OD. rjousb1e. \.tnna. fncturt are to be nand near, the cotton and 'Well,. J JuiVt caVe !irl: Uo,* returned the more nor starvatiort. [wonder hdw much bett'tr ):, said-. S S : S '

_--: "L r' 2..t.l- I wheat fields'' Already we see indications Of williDK iriahmnnV 'if;It'* only fur the sake uf b'I is par i ,rony tho boor Men,around '1 saatl be absent the rest b'f the day llusHpw .i

: 7.. ?. Cell&tortsSale.. ,:l the result of these opinions In thu conditionof i thegood use' him, put Or.-wb0s4l\Ve4t. blood he 'is,coin.S thcr4'5 5 5 5 J

_QT virto* o( the ,power veiled la me by law J .isteru. mills, In H few years, more Lngliah I 'You may well say for the good wponded use,\rep. log Coold and dollars.' S so,Patrick?' inqiiired his employed.. ; i

JL> ahtllcxpoaefor sate before the Conn House capitalists and operatives will havoasevrtGintjl R-; tbe cauju of iba people. It i* He's not half so good, mv .honest friend. ,it', 'lection day. S .S S\

:lay of February next! the following described Stale prop-and mills of Glasgow and Manchester will be ray pOur but hpoejt iHend fur,the right tq ought to be. riding iti 'yoUir carriage, I instead ''and | have'as much,as the Usl.on )'ecs.. J

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coalt1 tax due thereon fur thereto the year vix 1850: : of money, men mid tpachmery- points wiih- to think,' und,' ,peak,'noi!'act us'"reem' n. leqia I 'Thel;: ke,' o'hlipcontemptuously ejacula- 'Dnde,nndlninthal.1 : '. .j )

iieceaftry. xpenaeaIncident undivided half' of one .I in our Hinitt, whew ,iaoN call bp effected by 1 .power are' riding' ''I it, over us; roughshod.Thgy ted Murphy. S But.j U won't take you nil*OAT to"vote., ,lialbnn : '
of land an
liunifed 200 Jicrea are traef situated being betwetn Durbln'a Swanij. I I, the force ot each.. rI are crushing t\o Y"ry'1 fo' of us. Thp 'There'g"A 'bettpr tirriocominp J ,' 'salu the hour, or on hour.at l leastivs(.long.enough.for. S

home to St Johns BlullIrom ask the consideration' of the: pr yilefte few gather to themselves'' M xuqj.) candidate;, encouragingly.YqrkliarJ, and you to bfioDsenl from the store 'I' i

and tbfMrdvemflU St. tine, which going said trart baa been u I'|reader tty 10'the 'attentive extract from tin able tb"* in land, and leave the' itieat multitude1 ushtthrough the good cause Qf this, .election, 'I've! something else to: do besjnes vote. I'm .

1 Attjtt 11. -taten. following thi;.mass of the people,the Ijonp and sinew ofth (Jtce'Iet our pa rt,.come lulo'P.4w r.and 'you'll O ot the wurd committee 'to oatiud 'thptVL'
surveyed Goods :
, "',:.: cently Also 500 11cra at Twelve Mile awaiup w:,. |I"" i editorial in th<; last .Dry Reporter natIOn, like tlc s, toeatthecrunibs that see a chtige din' will bo 'worth calfimf a Si i S ; I

:\ or a irr1nL o'f200 acrc$tit a litto Geo. J. F. Clal t i.i '." "At she; present moment, ..rtmonx the prods, tan. from their tabled' But there' 'A' good :harj ge1.5 There are'plenty of flit office* waitng Vou 1IfC Jr. POke: In aw.ae'ofconI I

.\II( lOih July! It"", ly the "pani h Uv iriii.icut, sins of cloth in those scclionr-nau>cly the IIBM ;coming,- Pdlrtck-ni food time coming.Alittlw for the working friends of the cause ; and. tempt ihnt rather nettlcurpnv.S ': I

' ** .* uJrecetuivnarVtyedbytbe United dtntra.Aj.o5oU N'tlrrlti rn land MiIdleKlateswbich have hilbI 'while,'Andiheroxyijj' be a great change you belohg/empbaticaliy l ; to that clasx. *Yees '.needn't'flUb a,body lit tha,; wny, BIus-. ,. ,

.cr8 nor near Deep cntk qp cia: h -1) "t'n regarded ns too chief seat of man- I VIM, y'r honor,'that tbi'f 'wull., 'Via indader I'm a working man out and out.' ther P-|je KOI r Ch( and privileges as' .: i'

. .. '. t\&* o t St- Johns Rirer.. being part of a gr" 10.aotKJ 'I i:; :. ':':1! ; iUllullry. |here npltP.ort to be, and l The candidalf -for t e- jl' understood thatit Tliat's well known: Pve heard you well as any -other .mon iI am poor,' he an.. ; ;

' .mmaile byvKred, a litlle indil |. \

' :L i J F. Clarke vwiUe 15th Fi-brnnry .1811. j'pon fin. avciagi, throughout the if as cundidAte';fur h sent in the state legislature lug men have thelftvcs on you.' !rvii no wish to Interfere with your rights,. t i i;

, f 1 : Alw 600 acres'*or in-ar pep creek cm i t .h. eoiMidy, isuini inarkul'; the' irul. rno*; advanced 'towards 'the 'l'ari they IVtrre bound to bate., ;r Patrick,' said Mr. P .,eriously. 'As a citizen -. \; !

!. ; deoft'4t.Jobp.riurbciuCPlJ'tora granp.; ,'. i>;'f inw in; :'.; : IiCrf; ,dt ioU J F cIAe, by the pan which t&1J ii-said l tins pflce 'of fJibrics; ami;';Ulimigh| 'Whaswlll'outakeMr. *l that. Our, opponents are wide Q woke.' .enough for that I havr no desirb to withpltf. : .t
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,".. 'IJ nwBt a the 15th February.baa been recently surveyeS ilftmand/or! the lutter is f.'or<.i, the supply ''Oi.hinJCUJ: plaze'say ; 1 i Och! and ye needn't tell run that,'Musthcr You can go and cast .your vote, and they return -.
.,- tracts ol 500 acre racli '. 1 i I ispK.rc* than t'ronal tn it. TnitTto fty, not., brunday udd wntprft itt. Don't I know}' But, as 1 suul, weVe bound to your work, us hall iVv But to release ,t

bytheVnLteataIt'1t on wuih 'ewe of linn'" creekwUrb \ u-itlJMatidihs: tho raw rn.fiteriul, j js ytiry high. 'Fust-rate,' r plied the- Irishman. nth feelwig. tu bate;' and we will bate., And when we've you from your obligatjon.tpiutrthat! mav Iave; I'

;: : Abu i-oTnmunlfeateii"UOO aerea Don'a Lake with iS,J ohtia nv.erbvlng -i l nJ. m: nufhctu.'s complnin of Inadequate- prices .5 S won the election, what .kind of gn office do time to .meddle uhhat doe 'n't'dohccm you,

:. >, the Nortbern half'of' a 4UUO sere tract aur- ; they noverthelesi' buy and Work up n '. .BereVto ybur good health, Mr. RJurphy J ," you think,{ cap. gut? How large will be the ,mid interferu with other 'mrn's freedom lit;' .

_; ,; Trved there for John rwnrdbCLng&nIOa grant larger quan-!!')' ofrpw tnatcVlaVth never be said.ft s as 'he Iittcd his gluks, b-Jwir g with sal r''" S voting is what I cannot do. Today i... busy: 1

" -<"ICJOOO acrea road- to aid Broward .u the 34thA fore, in the t I'uco of erpojtations of a graceful und well-a umed deference to his 'Nothing less than seven or c&ht hundred I day iiithe store. We have a large amount ofgooU J I

l.f" ',1816. .. rival pr.t.Iucr t/ntt. JThis.is anorigjfpnly which companion. ,1 I' S dollars. to pack,and cannot dispense with your :S r

'.*r. S ISO Berta BiuMedon the weft wdcof MatanAeent puzxli'il many ; bur, It we reflect upon the! The same till' ''you.* returned Murphy,) farftitiarly. 'So much as that? Oh, bloodernouns, but services. ; jS i
.aauiindividrd part uf 6O) acre I causes which arc operation/to Ktimulntet won't I be illigantl Eignt hundred dJ.tIu '."lydutyto adoptedcourithry.
J. .q, dyer. bting ,ip ri* he p urtLhaI tumbler ot 1J\l ebra'ndy *, | S
tMe North baA olWrluiah I0ILIC- 'itiun like a so- I feel nlre d '. Who cutcs for Muster You needn't talk to utter that KlshionPatrick. < '
.;.boundr4 011 rCj'1P \rc a rjve at something 'down his c.ipaibt, throat. rich ) me ,, "
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Also Il t ...If_ _,._ from tiLe t.DrrDC'k the ran vol :! reflect that political J.causes, .hi4WatC3 his hand bn the shoWer| of the lribinia 'Don't forget .beIinl ,to-cight,' : Vole your vote it ypu wish to>do le,ui) .4J.oMsrInesect. R -.nownx vingawny.*. Aiel\\ the country to take care of it self. It will go.
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.. .___________________ .rH. ttbe Eflf.3flYC! JoJ ,clJ.! (> 'Niver fear. I'll be there.' on well enough without of your meddling
rl. ow watq !II"tetJlTrf't, una oy so;noing, to 'promote cause prugrciding in yoi r particular neighbor- any .
: It 1Liyan4tten I b ad' OD th. tonihbyk Inree exports this Ktdo of the Atlanttcjit n tUr'Your 'And, above all, be at you: post interference/

\" : .nirk OrNagaD'Marrrtt tUn, 'Cott. late the property uf mpmcnt when more incentives .to mnnufactqrinp safe in our wafd.by a hundred major It is the greatydaty of battle, nnd to.morrnw-I', '0 yis. Th.tt's the way ye nabobs try to J. ,

.1") Jot bdonfiDJ Wc1&htm..adt'C tel ( d. AU) tht" above ,du. rivalry have acted upon the South ity.' soldier in the/field. th enemy may conquer I II I lord jt over.us poor men when ve think .eye Inn

_.,; _.. JUcharJ Cribl"d wu rtlurotd by John M. fontane nqd west. These oro, first,abundance of capital '_" j think so?' I ( early to the polls anti vute, jour have us in y'r power,' retorted Murphy in, .
; property andtbehn/awewea at 3a rate "W 'l'.nl ; second, the influence of the improvements 'Pulth.andyeare. Iwasdown at "Phelin' ticket, and then see that every nun over I insolent ton. 'But I'm noi jist. ready tu kneel /

'f. due by, nlatt tr G.J F Clarke for 1i 5'. 015 99 I in Mcam-powrr' nnd! machrnery.cmanci- tavern last night- qntil twelve o'clock.Thcre whom yqu have any Influence, docs the same down'and let 'yees yees' put y'r foot on my. .

County tax at 25 per cent .11.* uo ''ling ,jnclory labor from water-power local. ,. warn't but thfee ten' there thai dared A long milla strung pull, and a pull altogether neck. S
,', Unless taxes and pena are paid before ; iIi : land( lastly: political motives o their mouths for i =-, nnd I rater think will be ':he work for u*. Then you know 'My frien4, said Mr.\\-.Iharpll-be, wa,".; S

. !! # tfale I .'Th South ins abundance of capital.evihcod their bones ain't donu, 'aching )ret.' the motto-to. the victors belong the spoilt ,by t this tiine'quite aojjry- don war t'lo f

j ; ,11 R. B CAjOVA, Sheriff and cx.-off. in tho flvt that the crop thus fnr delivered, Illitur'' .so?' Good bytmy friend.' And the candidate shook bandy any words with you. You can go'to tho .

w f- .1. Tax Assessor and Collector ?. J. c. say 2,000.00" ton; trolt.,has realized $104000,00CI Jtfurphy doubled his huge fist,and Assumed Murphy warmly by the hand,and left him. polls and vote. I'll give you an hour for that '.

I : 8t. Aujjuhtitif, Oct U6th,18.r.O. njeifn. $;90.H0.000 for .320'OO bales Inst a tmgilislic nuit de. Puh' he mqttered to himself with ,disgust 'purpoaeandyou may vote for Satanic Majesty :

,/. : -_: --' -- ,I ycnr. ilirt! ; \14 to say, a quantity diminished by l<(crtihtin) lhopeT'8aidIl I and imnatience,.as he got fairly clear of the it'it. ,please )our fancy for all 1 cty-e.' But )if f
2\'rz CoII.l.1nlh lYuJ1ClI.r ,isl1manoJ .'I shall, be glad when this vou are not here at the expiration uf an hour, :
+ Iiw 1eljallexpofefor 1 one-font' .. tcswnini, to the same extent the ext '-no. Only a bit'of a scrinuiMgp. There : .."
virtue of the power voud in IIHby iwork is over. I'm half sick with disgust und I'lrhirtiaman in youa placeMwtherP /
- By sale before tire CourT Hvtiwn t In'nl'SI <;f freight, packing, weighing, &ct11i1 'was a rowduy Yankee thers, wno insulted half mad with a frettini; scn'scof humili lion. --, S
.9 /nid the I chastised wuuld
the frt M.- \ ( rules of exchange Are high drawn ajrninst y't honor, way bun -
: of St Augustine tn But we' : 'I will hear '
I90f the city icuod. they are pur fools, and mustvoc( no more on thesubject, replied :
; valuta has enabled have dope y'r ,
day 0'Usy nral.th"followjnR dehvriht1prupt',!) or high theSosthaa a 'Insulted ? Ah! what did he !' with thorn," After our work is dune it will bean the merchant turning quickly! } away, and walking -. S
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tlat' county \vhdlf probably to realize 830,000.000 more say '
them>f-wiwmipa; mot.t'ro back into his counting '
throw them
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iSO aner the necessaryJinenees'm.ident from than from the last.. 5 Yisi; 'and he insulted the great body of y'r easy
fort t1iyeag, tin*
ilicrron money crop stood few
. t: ;Aut into the he I PAtrick. Murphy ,hud been in tae country Murphy cogiiatinga moments and.
constituents bargain, :
& I. thereto, vtx : .With'thcse an'itnc, factories have snmulOpli'd spalpeen
land in Twcitt Jffle! N.wpf low! What did he of me? jiut tong enough to secure a legal,naturalization then, muttering IU1t1y.---Ilo purse proud'nabob
that short 175,000 spindles say
ir.3J rate J Jarnp. not are now
, ;4i8 : ; and thus*' get the power of a vote in OJrI shall lord it.over We.. wolked crectlyiand ,
the city of Anjustine, kugin Township in opcruttan in tho cotton States, requiring 'He said that y'r honor cared no more for anoor ,elections. As with firm beutiri, the siorh.Whntdid .
to constitution of the United a
end eail. Tbe fchove described than fur the dirt under y'r feet and I
UanerSS,, south 100,000 B.ilesnt cotl n' nnnum, and every mon ; S
G: per he care-for the loss of
be had read too tir. a
States never i article und paltry-
be a portion of 1400 acres returnd that after the election wouldn't let nw, In ;
hWlKMto mail brings advices of some new one going you
r ; his idea of the situation liku that when ia a few he
of 0. L. Clinch. pirit of qgr .institutions was days ,
with foot
Geo. Center 8..DI This fleets the old established particular,touch vou u forty pole. '
d! by rivalry
Uix due by D. ,L. dinchfor 1850 W 60 up. -He saiJ that,did he?' bounded on.al''sides by the word liberty. Soon would be in nil probability a custom-house i
g.te far factories all
factories nji new are
tax at 25 per cent on State. 165t more; I 'Indade, honor and that's just whut ho after 'his arrival he awafo that duties and officer, ejijovjnj; an ia come. of s>' thousand.
County nrmed with the newest
._ :: and expenues lire' p'd' l before day of improved machinery, yer of resnontibilities, undream of in the 'ouldcoJury twelve hundred dollars.
" ? tes taxtti did But if be didn't feel the weight H
nnd will produce nt probably 20 per cent"bet.tct nay. !
'j All Patrick Murphy orked the.
were him. He day long1 at
call liar. He'llhave resting upon w*< I ;
,.Ie.p bunch of bones,
_: R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off. tirtvnntnce. The competition from'' this heavy blue ribbons around his mea ees for u month 'oue uf the deople,' upon whom reposed ifre at the polls; in his \ vd; and oat of hb iard,* "
: und Collector, 5. J.. c. qtrnrterls every way to diminish of the nation. and which those who S
Tu: Assessor welfare Tb/ere was a party in il at any every thing.MI had
be much the bargain zfhe to h.o .
Itjll as get
the of raw us
: tlu* old mfirlin bet ween cost material
8M."I whose of afluirs
, 8t. uguttinc Oct. 26th. | .-- power, aim was to restore tho old,mouarchial tho the supetiulendeapu chose locm-r
.' nnd ibqt of' fabrics Therefore those of polls tumorrow.'And certain ward?' and a..istocndJcal'eleges\ that were I ploy him., He was on important map-iatbis, .
who had reached the so are your
minium margin you '
I 1 /. Tax Cdlleaor'p a1e. consumer' could Sure as death; nod I lake credit to ineself such a curse to Europe, and who sough to own ey The Uiyd 8tates'was, a great .
tit which they wqrk, mutt give '
in by \ w, I / up the : countrr hiwiorandi
of lhepow;r vr'Jf.d Wit I for onebalf success. lOve worked hard in trample poor working.man under tool.Ft frotrature'SitcueripbiHty-
BTiVirtO the Court 1 Ii 1 shop nnd give place to more competent opera handmaidens. S I
qt Sot al, befort raw It was soon,politically i iudocliinuted the freedom attended them as / t
ho good cause, -
door In the city .f e tt Augustine, on the fiwi Mondavuf tors. I ( It'sthe.cause. ,of the 3.people or, more emphatically party that first gained his ear,flattered.hw self-! The sun at ,lost went. down, .*od the 'polls,

the' following deeeribrd rllfl"") The editor or ,that paper has !been a merchant I the cause of the 'love, and ieivileq I his natural belligerency and were closed. Patrick Murphy .I would bnvo Y

\t. -cr JIQ mwhlSerUf ai will pay the Statra tt'ouhtJ and cotton nv.nufoctureThererisno The speaking rich and privileged' classes-poor the as whisky an atffcie tot the use of which he bet his life oh the result. His side bad won.of, 1

. ux due ikerfoo for die 1ar I&5U, and the tll..r..flrY better authority on this subject. capitalists man. and monopolists .of the day<-ure was,.boro, do1fC4u free GI.wateri at the headquarters course;and, if the' trotif wereffenown. tarougfthi :t
cxpctaeaaci I, p of 8t. Anu( lnt West Here .we see an excess of $30,000,000.as Cfu.binJhe iilu out of you. This is the pjrty, .
the city
Land In S :
lot of '
.. ur Ors Maria Saochei creek bownd-d north br tot "of 'product of the cotton,crop of 1949-50 over that time for effectual, re.i taace. ,You mu4 break only won, but firmly regained.PatVfirM did !desistbis p.tonr'" 2 '14 .J ,

ThODtuC"ty. 'tftth by lot lately! s oI U o1 "Peter 'of'489v Tttk thirty millions of dollar! *, would .the chains of oppression now, or they remain ckctiuneedrzexperfenee wov'thejand.thatbrocghjlhiJhii i tempted to reatmtkupoutlcal? riguadfidgenlsfrerdooi rT 1 tew.* "

kft !tgjfWeedaan and others, east by put up trVhotne ,and quip enough.mills to foxfened Mpoq you. for u &*} TMcouavryoffour >:; intercourse man Amehcau' l''.,. 1 1I

Mari Saaetki trek aDd'WHt Ip Oneida .1IUtet. chnnge, from lIve to six hundred jrfcotiwind id pt1ofleects nyicbof you, Mr. Murphy. I as, an. equal l.'with, .Mr. .B ,. tlwa, whomthere5i'as I There were tiroea during the drty,j when Udr-1

i bIe4 bfSoel to Cd Anorew..tad other iediid.is bales pf cotton Into conrso'cotton cloth. Mbitof Do not 'dlsuppyinl her. 1ememberhilt not, 'in feeling, a mure thorougharUtocratlo nation undlirhbkey raised his,fedingrt sueV.

'_ ;Its sow ladiTkled". ff' NofUVaa/l/ ; s jothhc the.money/would be,spent at :home for labor the vole of a poor man is equal in value be found. He was 'ond of those a heijbtth$ hoU hncuuiiqr4Ur4.j thektrcets
weft W:U The above WhO really despised everything below them he would have been strongly. tempted
and ;
t feet. aat and .materials, and woujfd consequently to that of the proud &t uabob in the land *
lot. retrbet .by Thomas( Ob7. .. ,be.reproducing: ; cotton mills., The South: can. Never Jose"igbt.of that (act, my' friend.. A' but,i being a lover of power and,an office*seeker ) .inllult and even 'maltreat hittu : '

'r uflae3and IXpQ1 are. -ld tiefpre iay. spare this thirty millions at dollars every convert to our!aideio' mt'tter who or what be he,could talk.of the.dear people and sliake"thernby After ten o'clock, return*froniVs ooa wards'
cl-rv-: : ,the .band, with.au appearance ofloteresting began to come in. This WAS the sxchid* time.
. year, and jn ead of feeling a loss and deficiencf is,a drunkard in the' gutter or a luzy pauper .
: B. CANQVAberiJT an cx.p& of capital, would feel .stimulating in the almsbouse,.balances, off the vote of oneofyous' 'and Vegard, while in his heart he Now oae party was.a| ead.ac4 oojv; 1hodber.

,& Tax Assessor and Collector, s.. ;. c. influences of productive home employed.rapUtal. silkstocking gentry on the other side. l loathed their very presence. His ,innnner ort The' poll was,ex d.inI11.clqiMf- ,
St. 26th IP50. trusted the -I'I''Pntrick Murphy bej P.n to feel r uncornfdrtajbleSeveral .
Augustine\ _. ,. In tea years the savings in carrying Votes ,are what we, want thenvptes--votes treating Murphy completely '
f, roan's nead and, rrwae.hicu so insolent his thrice dunnj- the f evening, lincVtn'closing !
T&x'Collector's Sale.BT cotton cloth, and 'fcxxl for the cotton .IottMakers -votes. Let that bo ever before 'your eycYou'll' *...
his Mr.Phia; ot'tbe.polls.bcbu tnteriirBuy E r !
;. I i in unnatural directions about. th* ?' mariner employer it : ;
':' virtue.fthriwwfrTtMed ia we by law, I '' be at the public meeting tonightUade.aqdH'swha IThat's' the falter* had teen neveral\times 'tempted tu somehow or other,'the candidate did !not" ,
.1 ,mills
would build and. IwulU' 1
Hoaaedoirin world, .
Court equip
tbkllexpoKlbrfak before the I \ biafstore I recognise him. He was too much
' him from where he with \
dismiss was engaged engaged
; thi 'dty-St. Aspistloroa the first Monday 'enough to con.ume.our. entire cropr and ,we right. And youimust bring along as latorerand .I others. What did he care for the weak vulgar.. ;J
4eaeribrd or should th n nave a monopoly of cotton cloth.as stanch adherents of the good cau>u us porter. -"
: Frtnurynei.ibzWlowint property many : his Btnbhibh nowi
f r ; tool or ; Nuthin Murphr"began :
before the ,
: 1 ao much thereof aa will pay the State sad county well as raw cotton. you can finoV .Onlhenighi: election Murphy ( to shnnk to ward* hi*patqral j jt
j tax daetbereanfortheyearl85Osnd the necessary The people of the South would then be buiST 'Trust me ror.that, Mr. R'Mr. -,' waa at the public meeting as be had promised.Whil r "iOl'sn her worus'tu re dln n-

"*1 er nes iaeident thereto,vis: nt Home instead of running off Califor, *I P- is not .ri our side?' -ttoccupie.rilie stand as speikerhc insi: ( niticaacc., soinethin ,Qfhiiuvu
' J 600 terra 3d late laod more. kta betef an nndi- nla. The ream of Pactnlus would then 'He? No--no? Hn belongs the silk stocking stood close beside him, hurrahiiiji und throwing I', At last), tho result -

rUed huteii at of a trset tnntcd to,Jos.8.Sinchex at runb their very doors Rild they vrooldfind I party. What d'ye think he said tu .rneycsterdAft his bet in the air at every emphatic sentence. and his.I entire ,w.as Ailly kaowou fc.-"_
; the bead ef.Jiort* r.vrr in Dtego Swamp ia Fraclioofti. Far above every other voice was heard party were beaten. Muipby:HWS
.f: S its golden sands richer than those under the See here, Murphy aye bB( i( about sober
" S3 alUtb and The 'K .. ... enough to coniijhejdft di.sas-L
', .Towsallhlp.lup east. don't quit this drinking nod rowdying his,ever and anon shouting. UItbt
": above doacrtt>cd 1a"II.! .DO(ivtaraed. Sacramento jJhdnlteod better to y'r business people for ever!.' ', troui natureuf: this intclll cacc, whenit came
" 01; ,befb day of The retider will not fail to note what is stated about, ,yo" I t I witlrushbck upoif bis UnwiUmg'cak One
'IfaktttixeaaAdfXjKMeaare paid, After the adjournment of the meeting, he '
;. efficiency and Pll have to pat Printing,and rowdy- .
the extract above about the greater moro glass sit whisky and he '
i in homeward
'" NI.* indade! 1 kne what he met & at the ward house bou cand Wt .
"';, .'" B, B. CAJiQVA, Sheriff and cx; tt of new cotton rjRachinery. Twenty. It ing wa.about the political- matter( be objected till., hand and.glove with.bim for .# pace of an lot' mid mghl, his disconsolate way alooe, and S

.i ": Tax Assessor and Collector, p, /. c. per cent advantage,, is en /moua. He wanted, interfere wub freedom, a'n4 hour. Tnen be started lor hjucoe.: Oibout oneo'Clock'ln ; tuniblia* hinwclj, in .bed, wa ciost. iii

f: st. AuEUStine Oct. S6U)I860, The Eastern mills have tow the .a4ntof vote hisS .*nay thfi roorninf, his cund hnd becometocoafosed drunken slumber.Pittsburrf '
? compel me to ,u.'I.
and _
: pur own only in svgenv This we can by drink self-jcoriceit, t SI -, S
Y I" t Mfir Qttiaf ,. .it possible rnp probably '
Khali$ soon obtain, and,\feen wo *shall bear.np th he 1 Columbia OhyfJai
Lheotmer it was in serious?doubt ,
.5 tohiror Al&bou\
4i. Batter, U! LAfd., JU rtMna, U TT.von- and tee about the1 pPo1itt4cnes3.or %Vat did yod say : 100 !'izitives bayo 1f
: croakingi tb3t E&CV
. .MAY 81118I"1> Men Pork, Bacon tffcoulden, home AJvan'.Bgos: o. home cotton mill. 'th%! till him? \XI,jrj..st n/Vbing at all, \ whether b; was not the.c rmJkf..t. (or. lectiol\ t ta. for, .ani4- and Itp4. I
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) 'fljj ANCIENT CITY.or rEUirEr.KTD: \ FLORIDA(f Tit; -' "' -','- :' -- : """ -")- '
I I : Boat theC9 of .Florida. 1,2 miles north Panama. > PROPELXKR:*. :

1 _. --. .-. ....Jt PENINSfc} RAIL ROAD. I Thi, saving in HCIl distance t (is estimated: nt The clHeieney of propellershyot i dou6t.nl t .
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t : The TtJntanlfpee fioufe-We find in the New are pleased to learn from the followttigCommunication 1.7CU: miles, in making the,trip from New Orleans by many and Ihosis who have not wntchetl'Iheir '

: I Orleans ptspfrn the report< of the Committee furnUb edJbjr;'the Collector. of[ fo Sun Francisco; the distances! being movements anti the many imnroverhcnf .

'I, t't'I appointed by the citizens of that place to make this Port from,,the 'Secretary of'l IhO* Treasury staled/at'5.00Q miles from New Orleans to Sun which have been made in thu mach'lnerv'for i

1 certain investigations! relative to the proposed that at 'the 'instatretf Senator Morton Five F/anciscQ, by way of Panama, unit as being{ i propelhnit>> the screw within tho last two P.t1f .

i ; 4 roadfecfoss: the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.. It Life Boats 'been' stationed .. .3,300, by way Tehunantepec; and be- !, are yet doubtful of their abilities ::1a.pcrform b
f ; have," directed'to, te ,
sets! forth that n contract has been made with :.ing.from JNew York to San Francisco, by way [ equal .Jo the side wlurt. As rgeral than" r

,'I 'j. 1 I EQC1AUn rcDKBAi EIGHTS AJtp1ESISTABCC zTElliLr Mr. UargotU.' the assignee of the grant of the on the Coast of Florida, onoafwJch, .will. be Panama, ,858 miles,and by way ofT huan. .. tae s tleYbt'tl steamer, (as yet>Jia3jhe 3JYL.
: TO L. WHO ono441tEat ( stationed at this Port. We to: tepee, only 4,744 miles being'a'savfngi::by tagp '
: i' f :right of wavy'in which he agrees to suspend are glad acknowledge t r making more 'speed, yet we are.. in .
- all negotiation!* with other parties for the periCd the cordial co-operation existing Tehuootepce, of 1,100 miles. The' (Immense ptasess on .of tactslwhere m.se"emllllstun :

\ -: I ST.-AUGUSTINE, N_ -16$5o- t-:) ; utIWo years, to expire on the 2d day of between our ScnaioVd. in attending tothe. 'in. difference in the sea distances, 'other,,,things I the propeller bis held arc! tIC contest, with side es .
I ; ------- being would seem to be conclusive in ,wheel
; --- ---- : May, 1$52,10 wait furthu. formation of a com* equal, fea steamers: ;considered fast.%we ''
J ;: Advertisements pany in 'L ui.hina. In thu meantime he has terests of our coast;aDd"P' e I! :In advancing favor of the TTehuantepec route. t not much ra takeri, the time 14 near ut hand am '
.":i I conveyed his whole. ,title, and interest. jo trustees : toe ,I Interests of :FiorMaT?, ::TJid .establblment'of ).1 By the construction, in connection 'with tlnLTcbuaaepecroute when such improvements will be m ide, as tl v j.

\ r We inrite the attention or our readers and -citizens of New Orleans-on condition Ufe.Eonta h..sna r.of humanity upon ota railroad acro.u. the give them an'eqanl speeil. As to silety, front k

t citizens generally: to tho.cnrd&advertisement. thntthey chill convey the same to a company .a coast co ipareely'stttled'as, that tFlorl.d .I I PedintilaufJorida. a still greater saying of rJt boistorous \Vuherlheir history provc-e .
of W. Wholesale Suvu formed on certain stipulated term, or onV. the : sea distance( would' be made in the distance them to have u decided udvaijtage. In
I I I Humphreys, Druggist and S bator; Morton U'entitledlo the thanksofiour. n tale
NewYork.The .
f/tilure! to form such a ,shall reconvey 011* .' they will !Jay-to the wu with the ease: of ', .
company u
I :
\ I n nub Gft to today'*papers Humphreysis : thc.amu.to1jlMVsThdcoh raeration paid to "community for rr, ing la.this mater.j! i two projects of "I.H. .} .._railroads. bird, and freq fto: : ..tjiejeffuctj( oflhj( 3iuddai; .

'I i j 'S is enterprising merchant of Savannah, and ,Jlr.. llurgou is one:: hirg; of the. stock of the '!1. "'''**. ,', K4tb across the Iithmus ot Tehuantepec of 135 miles, jars which are so sensibly frit, when a ea- i'

I : bat paid much attention to the products of ''I:proposed'dompdriv,' not toexceed 03,000,000 '.. Tauc rDrnnuzn.: : and saving: 1700 miles in,the. passage tu. ,San, strikes .jhe guards ofa sea steamer. We t penk.' ." .
Into the 0'the resulted .. : Francisco, and across the Peninsula of Florida from 'hr wo have
validity No
::1: ; Florida. ,Uu has succeeded in distilling\ from .An'1nqurJ grant 1850 experience witnessed thu s
135 miles and saving, 1,000 miles in the passage effects ot both,
to tHelatlsfactioii of the committee before in sc\cre'J.lcs.
i i the Spur! Orange t very superior' quality of they. toncfuded these agreements.As 611; In reply your letter of the.. 8th ul to.calling to New York and Europe, would be achiev- In safety then t.neyareequiIatlcastjnpj '

1 ': Alcohol having i 'somewhat of the flavour! 'of thogrange. to'the di IlIt of the read.the Committee do my attention trf an appropriation made ments In the progress of communication! worthy they are but .Iitllo"btbiVbilt}worJcingtho r*i-t

i We hove many soutccs of revenue, not pretend to make more" than an proximate at the last session of Congress for the purchase ot the spirit of the age,and of the,consideration screw and with the addition fcfaifo, wSh.u fair ''

J which require-but. an opening,to be developed llt mate.. 'Thev are w&titlngfor, the report>> of of Life Boats and the necessity ,establishing of the ?:people ot New Orleans and ;the wind they can make time equal to tfieiYcom- il p

'filajor 'Barnard's,:stirVejrr,, which *ie uhijer.Jaken .. stations for thecoast Memphis} Convention. These connections made petitors while tho compactness of their t-nginea M .
of these boats
and we are happy to commend Mr Hum -a portion on
and that New ..
', 1 fufHrfWjpurpose. ,OA cdhsl'tutloh .with i yon will see, Orleans would become and tho small arnc!ntpn: eJ 'coosuinetirgirawueonsider
i phreys, :efforts. We would, b glad to be fur Mr. ThrOi'ttsev.tuiveriade! a,rougfoutJldd of.Jt'lorida. I" have 'the honor to inform the.great. center of trade and commerce ?Iheq1 sairr'r4or advagjtaes fut r rtight. IIA2iL 1 ':.. i

., i o1s1a' d A J'fo&MWtttfclte:.of'*n similar t4 1 al ltihint. thai 61Q'f,0Q0.; .urJil ampl tI'f IOU that fl&JP r2r ier f .fa), :B.E ofa cot' -'Without! the/TehiMbttjgc router nua, 1eztboid'Th'tt the propeller con be-

'i aatufeT&weji'-1 A3MV' 4J, rket. fnight.be, ppeoed. t"1 knit,", criterion,thVestirhatft;'.of CfclJA l. arrangement with .Mr 4\,FrancipHlApInventor, tew Orientals ten far fo'tbyrtJjj4of the constrhcteatind run, at a much less expense '
1 great stream of trade.and commerce pending ,4han) a >>steamer.with lido
t WentocaJl'attention: bert fbrjhe Panant'iOid. The 'distance is fur ttie delivery of five boats with all their wheels: while at the
. I t" : ( to the !'r.otIlr..., taken 'at -,400 milei, '"which 'is computed nppurtcnences toward the Pacific. Without the railroad acjrof same time they carry much greater quantity *

\ : f" Wm. N. Tutmo P Factor of Charleston., 8. C.Cengas ., nt $60,000 per mile.| They think it will complete at the following points, Penninsulaof Florida, the steamships connecting offreuht and a good quantity of pajwengerl 1

.' -, \ be less, 'but -,do not venture to express in Florida viz 2 at Key West at Pensacola between'! New York and.T huantepec or This has proved the secret of their Muccess for *
t ,: j of P tuam County a hope thnIh
't five millions. For resources, ,the committee' r' ,1 am, Sir, your obed. servt. the northward.or lose several hundred miles the mercnant could depend upon "tiie'tuiu. ? ot"

t. We learn bat UrZhcnbaur, the) Deputy] are .confident thtf subscriptions will be mode : THOMAS CORWiN; while, wi b both.these roads constructed .(and receiving his: ,good,aaA jw&aui.: much. Juwer.. < I r
: Marshal the.books sufficient to the 'Iorida route i is estimated tit le&s than freight. .. t
i nns completed the census of Putnam as soon as nre .ojemd, ; <.
Secretary of the Treasury. $1,000,000), she beooin. the great centriul These \vascU fnvi ) : i I
,prosecute the work untirthe lands attached to I proved pVofttablc invest
Count and that the
? Inha.bitn"ntllbcl'tot' num-. ,the grant'of the town lots at he termint! 'Ho i:: JACKSOX MORTOJT.Washington point of the commerce of two oceans.It ments to their mvners-wherever the/have& tit
it j. : ber 686. This! !, county i is made:.of part of1 8f. and the income way of the temporary travel;which I D. C. is a magnificent idea to dwell upon, that employed: HId notwithstanding the opposition' been *; '

.. John mad part of. Alacbui. ,At thelast eli I will be immediately prepared for, will produce by the; construction of 270! miles of railroad! which they met at first, from those versed
New York_ ___ ami_ Sun_ _Prnnnsen.__ ___ __ hrnnuht with.. .
__ .
nr _.__... such matters, which i is
;; ; cction that, portion ot it which once belonged the menus continuing ant. completing > From De Thaws Com ,Rtticw for January 1850. in O' 0 P nn' n attributable to the (Gov. ,
410U miles of each other.and- New-Orleans
i \' St. Johns cast 121 votes.Judging from the peirnanot. work.-committee has been I' ART. COMMUNICATION BETWEENNEW ern ent'i failure.Ve now lind them receiving
,. : to '. within 3,000 miles thus cutting( off nearly" 10, the hischtM'encomiums ,
i appointed to procure tiignutures to petitionsfor (YORK, NEW ORLEANS AND SAN for their regularity.
[ ru thc.e.iathnheinnd from comparison with othjountlessjhenrd \ coo miles of the round Horn. and
< voyaea Cape rvoii speed, on tne '
an extra session of toe Stale Legislature. ( Clyde and
I : FRANCISCO., Mersey.m : j
\ fionV Putnam be II And it will not !>e deemed an,extra Uivut iiritjuir
:t < may. truly In order fflorco\'lr.: raise an amount: .sufficient THE TXHUABTEfEQ AKOBAILBOADS.fi.d IDA,l.JlIlll1U vajcunt:supposition \ Where areas 'gOod judges of '
:, ; ; caIkedtheBauner; : e.ountyc4 increase in Flori reach San Francfsco
'. r ( hope cur. next Legislature will allow to survev by Major: Barnard, it has betn unanimously My DUll &a-Ueing,.unable' .10 be presentas and 16 to days from New Oi leans.from New York can be tjund.-Siiaia::: >ia'fapuMican.LtivcK '

,, 'l.\ t this.county a Representative. and set her up stock inunediat\oted t(>.*.ly open. and lists th subscription nto call In a per.cenluge for I. one of convention the delegates l ; from' Florida the strongest to 'theMemphis For m,,riy of the'facto referred to. lam' much OF Tf.i. V.ztAtA: .-Messrs: Brooks, I 1

" ;; for"herself. She has .mor ; inhabitants thanmany op i he aock: subscribed adequate tomeet intemsl deliberaiiotw feeling take the indebted. to your valuable article of July. fiai.ien fciBlanitVanip'siiuw. : ;e 'met.EL.IA.' 4,,
liberty .
Your, &"., GF.O. R. FAIRBANKS.AMERICAS which e i now being cotistritcti'd in '
of the counties of.t ltt State, and is np. the exigercy.: Decided progress has expressing to.you the views enttriaiuu-i. by. St. Oct. Messrs.: Jt.nes &1'.n cit br 'r 1
AuglUti,, 16,18-19. .ipo' juacr he
i purenily ,iocrroing with.astonishing rapidity. made towl\rdalhc organization of.a company many ofthe citizens of Florida. ence of Ciipt. Bhii.keo superintend
The of Lueie and rcmiin and th strongest confidence success ,is expressed : Our interests fetlings and associations are wussucctssfullvpMnlay '
I tjt. launched
census Orange !
: ART-UKIO morning nt half \i
iq the early c'rnmencemcntanIdy ) OF THE CITY or NE\\ past 9
spee with the southern of:the Union und
to (,t, taken! which will the District portion [ o-ctock. Sheinovtil! horn her stocks -.t}
f in
l' completion' of the enterprise.: particularly are we connected by a common YOIE-Tbc! following nre some of the principal I ; t the 9. '.
f ofMr Z. )Yhen we take into consideration. inducements to Mib&cribcrs for the prest'nt; i ssitisf.ictnry: : rn.iutiernxid now floats grace- ,I
with the
, : ; The most energetic measures now being interest, : people ot'your city and I fully in tier niui-iU-lemem.: The .
$f' i the scattered population and the distance nee. Suite. I year: machinery .
taken he of the of N. Orleans : i prep: r.-d, by Mr. Alv Miller, of this '*
,{ part people city, will .
:: j i' cssary to ,travel in visiting them, the fees of' The means communication with the Pacific I 'In the first place chance of drawing a bj placed in her immediately it is ..
lojnish forward-this; grent enterprise_ to com prize from a collection uf several hundr! expected .
this will and our new posse'soius in that de..
t officer be well earned. quarter II 'Jlt.lhelV'iM> re.idyro take her
, ./ pletion. Tho advantages: .offered .by .thu. servedly excites much interest MS a measure pictures, many of them of hitch cost and by t lond.-i line in the course of the place in the

J I t : diet-ate .of St.-Au&tifttliio.. Route over the:Panama Route are now general ..of great public importance particularly to the I xvellknown' artists, as Cole, Durum) Leutze, This vessel I, when cUDlplelc.1Jill ensuing reflect month great I

I ly conceded'ttnd will. be found fully detailed Mississippi, und its great depot New Orleans.I Huntington, Hinckley, and others and all uftbpin credit upon Mechanics of Savannah. whc .:
\Ve have been l several fri"nds selected with artistic merit.
r.equescd Iy rejerence to
;I observe that tho of New Orleans will.
citizens we sincerely trust
by signal
in article 'from Dc Bow's : exhibition! ,
:,.7 J I to republish ',he Table of tho Range of the an Commercial: have inn,(urge public meeting! expressed! !,,TbU collection already exceeds! in value forty oljhetr vkill, receive the reward so richly'du

: f Thermometer during the last winter. 'Vedo Review written by our fellow: citizen G. R. their preference lor the Tejiiiariiepee ipute, thousand dollars, and it will be still further lo nvriturioiM enterprise.We ., .p f

tlO with"-much pleasure* vindicating as, it does, Fairbanks Esq.: und published in to-day'. and in this preference I believe \hu people of!! extended in pr portion to the nunber of have !nlready given the dimensions of '.
t subscriptions bn received.
r Florida join. Indeed, viewed in its relation to : yet this I-auiitul 'stenmrr which i isio 4
b'tcomniaded '
; ; f O conclusively the long established reputu- paper. I I Secondly, each subscriber will receive six -
all other mooted. projects no. ,more by Cipt.Iankei.shiji.| 'l'Iltrllllm If
\ t'' 1 tion of St. Augustine M resort for invalids. The intimate connection existing between argument would- seoul requisite*,r.than u uurelnspectiunofthe i Liue Engravings! cost of which! ifcxecuI peeyliariv appropriate. WEt.ui.JIM
i'0' doubt if any pined out ot' Florida on the Tehuantepec project and our own Florida map, I I I Ited for n pnv.ite publisher, would at least be In.iian iitiiiw of!lie ri.ver Sr. Johns. .nll..mll

PeriiiHula ': Ol.the: four routes or clnsscsi'( routes, pro- sold at four limes the price of(he subscription. UK-' Lik' .
if. American Continent cuts *>bJwHof'quu"lel&nd Rasp) tuad 'make every .thing con ? rrrrrnf. Hitantrth. (JtfJr ;1I.
These of .. ,
.posed, the mo5t'cxtensivWlJiIuey'l i.s exclusively engravings ,consist nn engraving:: .. _. .
" dclighffujLa, winter, temperature as i is cxhibi neccd with the!! former1 a 'mutter!
ted b>: this i Register. Northern physician i interest tu our'gitizcn jzi. The effect of those i interests, arid to operate directly to thu increase ''1 celebrated! picture of AMB! PACK, TEUEIt: A'snI : Th-j'iwtll:,{ s nf. fit" altur.sw' If._'N"jrth.n.1 ..

"I Mjldorri or never |cave their home, and yet two connected route i is to place New-Orlean pf population in, and extension of,a I I, Sir ALLOW, a scene from the Merrr Wives: ofWindsor j'.he: : giounds there f&isni.h.J; for S.mfheru ,

without practical: experience or knowledge .. in.the petition of Hnvnnn.with reference fa range-of new States north of 361. and by means and n !set of five line I'ngravinas! I jwMind reliance, are ;ii.is b'leil/ sum n 4Ll
any the 'an'd.'to of which 'format ion of new fret*State*, it i.s proposed : i! ( size 7J& by 10 inches vfroin [iaiiint'-: the : ') by the .Southern! Ptos: Over the Din- .
t of.localities! ,undertake nflcooly' to ntuign. Chagres Route wivesomefctwentydays progressively to build Jind extend the following, rmni'iRt ai'ist.: 'l'!:? jf't"mrt nt !I i I oer.iiic' ,party' of ui-:- North now .limits the black I'

, I th"irIatk'nta| to different localities u though, ( in time .between New York and Kan. road. I to the Pacific. Even if not visionary, or Arcadia' by: Culi-; Doter I'l-tim. l.y-'Uanind' ; I I'he I f flnsr ot'lhi lIh 1IIr; ters-while Reward, like *

t l' it was as much within the' bound: of n p ascription Francisco. : j at*present, ;impracticable tku great lengtu of ,' / Imag RrinkT.'hy Lutz* : The&w rhnlhf' I I a C.Iis.u'., hl'Sll'l.lt". tiiuViug. "p tflf-and ''. I

j 'n the amount of a. dose of medicine ,By constructing the Florida Road the time :ino'reqnii i ite.for its completion, which its projectors .,:ville.by Edmd.*, fwd: /.:" Card Playsr*, by Wood- both! t .!nig: as tropliies .nlter.their triitniph.il I

J IIi of between New York and New Or- und most sanguine friends do not place : cars (n. i Some seed Ihrlr patients tp ,sea, cpme to the passage about Jess than 16 years,and which few others would j I r The annual: JIstribuM'on; ; will tnke place in urrendea III Syta'u ;. Look .it the 'tlireecontroling I
We observe -
leans is reduced four .
i i '1 fishing banks somo tO. Italy' w>me'to the West to .days. place at less than 25 to 50 years, would, even the city of New York on the 20th of December : titus: ot tat sect.urJ.Vherc: Uu ..; '"" .fi

.( ; Indies and tome 'to. Florida ; but we believe that upon the last passage to SavannahtbeSteamcr viewed ns a national l work render the time of nextand each subscriber, w.hile receivinga they stand? .' I \\i

nil physicians who have acquired their know!II ;; } Florida made. her trip in. sixty- I its compli t'on too emote for the present and full return for his rnoneyjwill have the "V,:w Y..rk, the heart of tie NIrth-1ra. ... t
t. two hours from whnrfto wharfand" it is! stated I urgent necessit.ei: of iUlercom nicalitn\Vhlle gratification of assisting in the encouragement: Ch'Ilh!: "if. the Northeast-Oain of'the Northws. I
I ; -dgftby experience ,of ihe several climates its almost exclusively und sectional character j, of Artand in the support of an institution: .. VVnat attitude: do they a-suinc Let the ,
that she los. few:h" the state of the
urs by
prefer Florida! fur the great mass of nulmona- a,, t and result would, to the southern States invest I I I r whose exertions to that end are, and will b?, voices of the p-l'1. rising Iia: the roar of iI

t I rases. ,ide: not permitting to gd.upthe' Savannah. it with little.favor. I I r limited only by the means which the pubis<* .Ni igara from.tmir .niuvtiiigs! ., answer thi*. Iquestion.

It ,ry River.: It-may :"fairly be assumed then .that The middle routes frutn the westerly and I may place at its. disposal. The Honorary These three arc indeed the keyStones .' f\

r. 'f I We hnveheard of Northern physicians who she could make the ;pas'ge to St., 'Marys in southwesterly limits of the settled States, as I I l Secretary for this place authorized to receive of the Northern arch, anil all these| lire -_|

Ja;; "r ; had never snuffed a,breath of; *'.:a air in their about th
i. lives, warning: their patient 'against Florida. speed of i ortheru Riil roads"the Penlnua| completion: and the immense outlay of capital I Subscription $5. cantile interest raise its feeble voicn-in vain 'v
I of othin 'a reliable to the objections suggested as to has! the cost of all this been ciphered up-and 1J
t because of its peninsular position, npd -
could be crowed in five hours, and ample time the value of the Union
I to New York ?
If tlcc
: : who because of the 'location of our city Whitney's project. ot to Bounty Laud Clai Dosrou
: New Orleans 30 hours from The 'caleulated'
1 10 reach ; : The practical operation I of the various species maints.DEPARTMECT antlinMticnlly.! iladness rules S
't near the coastccncludcd. an eternal.North Terminus., This iSa, result:that' can be communication and passage, within the last or THE INTERIOR, J thu hour! and Moloch \ill sfrom/er fir than'Mannnon c f

; : wind blew here In fact we have heard aIf obtained by no other possible route with equal few tears, has demonstrated and is! every day I, Washington Od.3\, 1350. ( guile and fanaticism more potent'than

If j Kreat deal ut the Northers, and the cutting certainty and at a* small on expenditure, and adding now proof, of Ihe following facts: i Applicants for bounty land'r for informationin "The gain.South fill -,
North East wind but during long residence First. That uniformity of speed and superiority relation thereto should ndoress! their communications must a prey to this fell
: it be recollected that steam at sea spirit if she
must ships that cannot command
on subject to the Commissioner of sufficient union
winds degree \ comfort, can in in a greater degree be I
have never felt these to any greater are constantly Improving in speed,and safetyand obtained bysea steamers, than railroads. This Pensions direct. Their transmission throughP anong her s.in.lu resist and repulse it. .-
I ,than elsewhere or uncomfortably at air, Department imposes on it Strong in every other respect, her own
that our calculation Is based upon the may be illustrated, by a comparison of mail proper very I .internal -
: nnd by reference to the Register it will be '. condition' ofamiI s and ratc.ot. speed failures and detentions by rail.road and steamers great and unnecessary amount of labor and Ih divisions und distractions can alone .
present it the
Men that the wind is very seldom here In that ; bet Wf'eO Charleston' and New York or additional examination they must thereby necessarily give advantage-but we believe that the
We believe the { vf such a road con instinct
opening in
undergo only creates delay and increases ofseif.prervtlun, If no nobler motive
other land
I .quarter, ,, and that when ,it, i is tho temperature nexion with the 'Tehuantepec route would any ecoml.parallel That'sea routes by steamers, nre inn their liability to I he lo"t or mislaid. must finally unite her.ons'aJ" Iwindof breth* ..

stems to, be but I little affected by it,indeed form A. tide of passage tample to ,support nil greater degree succeptible increased: efficiency I Whenever new questions arise under the lathe r reu to repel the common enl m1.. v :

,, we may well say that this cry of ,North Eas- the means of transit that can be given from I and improvement than raitroa'dr for decision of the Department will becommuni- .
teraii all,n humbugfos the large numbers who the obvious reason of their bring moveable cated to the Commissioner of Pensions, nnd he A CuaJnuJ tir.CtnlT.Ll'CCE-\Vhilei' Sir. 8J.
the Gulf. and corrective, and on account ot-the: smaller will thereby be enabled he is required to do. meon w, Cummuisrs,Hanfield, \vasfaboring ,
II ha ve, ,spent jLhuir winters, here can testify., The people of'New)0rleans) look upon our proportionate mount of capital Invested, and promptly: to acknowledge the receipt of all in the field a few days ago, he felt sbmeihing .'),

,\ In fact the I invalid can hardly go amiss of Florida Rou'te" a necessary pmri'pt their free Competition; and, therefore likely to Imorove .communfcntions} ,and answer such inquiries as hard paw from the inside 'of his nose into ,
East Florid' mar be made. hb mouth, which he immediate! init'out and. I
: derlvlngbeneflt tiny in thai I as evidenced by experience more ra "- --- -
< rmfiinnd owoAui we observe two are spoken As numerous inquiries have been directed to I upon examination it proved to bo a* brass ba'- _
I ( Vrirr1 wht-ixj aUe and pidly. _
flInt .
tit cq ( in the of that City. W too/about half an inch in diameter.
together parnftt. ,these points, it be well to state.* Hkpsitiand
; may
Thin TJ & rifete
the: In ; capital, readily invested
,, accommodations realOnablYlood. learn that much Interest 1; felt (In 'having'IheChartsr In and railroads "'ttt.That where tho service ba* been reniler-, other well recollect the irma when.he not
sea routes; can, u.pliker ,
i this place we know that they are* ample end : placed' in uuc|> shape that the project once into practical operation; and there goAt I is ed by a n&ttUulehe; \\s the person entitled to Me : it-Up Wsmora he w.. in tim month of1833j AuuV.
"cellent-btin l less accessible than ,the pla. benefit of the law and not his employer. then being Only four year old. From
Forth less risk of
3d. That the widow of soldier who has no tioub1du.
: in the season we a relUKiolly.lcCT and like be directed lo a rendered
ce.on'tho"r early ,can tne points
purpose u has been long since announced currency the service required b. the law is ,enti( til last winter when he had a full which Jtrred
where there is the demand while railroads
crowded, and we are authorized eertainvdeficiencies in the charter' require greatest and if tied to bounty I md: provided she was a widow'at hijl head considerable,and as he thinks, partly"
I unsuccessful
,that 90 invalid -need leave Florida on will are permanencies, thepossale of the law she dislodged the button and w.as. the uhlM
' to cay amendment' and she subject we preiume.: become a total loss. although may v .
, 'f inadequacy of accommodation so have been'married a second time but if not a' cause ofits finding its way' oct, nOel' .being
nocont be brought \ up at the present session of theLegislature. All of these reasons point to a perference tor ; tenant of the nose for about J a
place' U concerned. Th" Magnolia the shortest railroad ana widow at that time the benefit of the actenures seventeen vears.
far this'' : routes steamers to
j ,as, The button'w covered with
to the minor childtn olhi deceased soldier.3d. a kind of bony
\' 'Hotel, the Planters Hotel ,and the Florida connect. The necessity of the present day, in substance'whwli.gijres it
I We,trust lhat no rivalry sectional interests reference to intercommunication with the That no person who has I ecived or is a-rough ragged anpcarance -

J House, the City Hotel and several large boarding ,will' be allowed,to Impede'any w i c.which Pacific, rcauires such a route as will afford the entitled to bounty land under' a prior law is It has been. 3 ",1 ,
I'I Houses of'the first 'class are now open i immediate with the entitled to the benefit ofthenct'ot28th. September carefully preserved and,caobe:
i promises to be'of publicUl: lily whatever greatest advantages, shortest examined by any'., hatfeel
leaving:nothing to be desired,on that,score. distance to be traversed.It 1850. to doubt
i quarter of the state projected. Holding u' will not be denied that for thin 4th. That no noldier is entitled to more than thecorrectne of the above statement.Willi..

t r FATBE M :rBrw.-A, despatch; from Cincinnati Florida does the passway to tho Gulf and the the Panama and Tehuantepec routes are purpose superior one warrant under this act,'although he may mantic CL)paper,

immense empires to spring up 'on'the shores to o,hers which have been have served several terms; but where a soldier
addresseda any proposed Rvsuxs.
that Father has ;
ft states, has served saverai terms ha will receive or TH& Yocso NATOLKOS Last
Pacific business will be afforded 10 alt and the question arises, which. o'tbetwo. is the Louis
Purcelf that ill of the year Napoleon demanded
note to Bishop regretting I mnst ? war tntlor the greatest quantity land to from the
hasten the routes at present projected-and ehe,would preferable. which those several tenns.consolidatedwill Court of Vienna, the ody of the Duke
1 h'caltti will oblige him tcj to Florida, The Panama route is familiar to all, and I h I entitle &!Rlichstadt-Napoleon' of
suicidal course were she to do any him. v Kin* of Rome
a to'e
without TjtUlng Cincinnati. pursue admitted the shortest, and very,likely no but the Cabinet of Vienna
t. .. .------..__:___ __ thing-calculated to throw into other channel I more expensive in proportiOn.TheTehuantepec ALEX. H. H. STUART, out declining at that time,with*
------ request, received
; Cfc n.('hlids, U. 3. A.:, bAa lea Washington I capital which is now desirous of being invested route,is 135 mile. Ain length Setretary of the Interior.i that it was withdrawn; this'year that it socoldly t "

". fpr,Ft fkUw erebe will take command of the: here. I. construction and is as practicable is csncerned so faros the cost' and time has b: en renewed, and" i it is said.the ustrSn$
as to '
established in that State, for I Mmmfmmm mm mm fmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmm mmmmmmtmi I Panama ISH'T it decidedly aegravatingwhen you government have agreed to c mpfy with i ifso
cordon OfPOtS from the Indians. A young,fop, about starting to New Orleans, The advantage offered by the Tehuantepec are about to imprint the cherry ripe" kiss that before long,the ashes of Napoleon ilnd
the protection of the country "Oh route, to compensate: for.its increased length, have his son wall ste!
proposed to purchase life preserver- upon vour lady love to some one pop together, on the banks of the .
goodbehaviour i 1 arc: naturally you don't want it; saJ4 ftc. clerk, f ..,gl Js the saving of sea distances: from each direction in 1 Or, after it is didy. to observe some. ooe. Seine, in the 'niJ4, .ofttqn:: In\tion I loved so .
Virtue an .. .., to its j! termini pp..t||je Gulf,ap.d Pacific, bejng wcU-.Cos '
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life repeatedly asserted that there S '..Ie. h-'I .: r ,* vuts..of tbe-power ,.nCe&1.1Q me lyW ..ji. ..Fyvirtue'ofiheoweysgd .ia ..,.bI law 1 'I.Lba2lezpo.ef.riaIebcforetheCoertHouse
ilnn&er In the social Jr..t hUe' ENGLISH AND AMERICAN -TO Y rirtoe of the-power vested J Jn me by Itw, IFJLP expose for sale, before the-Cout House door. ,I

.kedtPrnoro//of tbo'North/tfortv: the "antiLJtnnicIQ, ofirstherethanld mu: W.1BJIIIOl1 batS tlYitd upon and will expose for sail at si MeJloavillr, In the. copnrr of Oraqge, on..he first: In"tbf:*ity..of St. Aug.sne.oa the first Monday oC."of ,.. S S

t South. Of the feeling the House{ Major W. F. Russell near Fort PIerce Msnday of February next, the Jo'' wln, described May next the following described Properif or.sonvc. >' .. t
,but WBOUSALS in snAIL CULTS IX ea The Indian River (there Hog ao Court Hen in ,property,or so mach thereof will pay the stste and, .thereof is will pay the Huts. and.pooatj tsr. das -' (
...." thori,, we subjoin one. ENQLWH, FRENCH, AMERICAN AND the Cunty)' Hi.Lucta county Floridai ott M.a? county! ux: doe thereon for the year l85Q;.sJ>.allheneeewary .thrrron. for the year '1850 and the' neciiaryexpen.,\ S t I S

OCIiotbDA ,: GERMAN daytUe ftnhdtjrof FebruaryA.D. Ml. "Uiweea: expenses incident thereto, to"wh: '. see incident thereto rix: I" SS
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feW. en-map since,, we witnessed! a DXUOS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS the usual hours,oust*, the followiuV described tract 600 seres. Hulls tract, belonging or supposed 2000 acres of Land assessed to John L'Eofie S re. .S ;
or w nan vbo .haA l Just returned from a of Und, or.so touch thf.reof; as will pay the Stat tn Wong.10: G. Center snd Bryant. turnedln1849byD.LDwihamagstforsdL'En. S ,; 1

kjaf IUd, whither she had beta to ..carrybeadle PERFUMERY.. *c.SAVANHAlt sod county taxes, assessed thereon for the rear JOHN SIMPSON, sheriff snd { fie,but not returned' for\BSff Th above.named 9000 .. S "

of pantaloon It wan Saturday .'( A. I j 1849 1850. Tax collector. 0. C. ,'acres is s.part of the New S wiuerltnd tnet ontlw east' .1'

ft&oft -.bewnSloo14te tet ether tf stv.awyth5 .P&TtICUIF&tteflhjon paid to replenishing Elilh.h'and 500 acres situate on' the North side of the Eire NOT.3. _S side of the Rivet St. Johns aadaboat, SSmlfcsN.: '

nwWerM bad none ind. :arried key American Skips .Ufdicipe. Chesu, according to St.tfebasiian,which rim empties into Indian RI,. '" : Tax Collector Sale. W. (jour SI. AnguttiiMVT.f \ j'I q :" S
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(_lire. There vat money. They/jare; the Laws England. .. SS erin the county of Su: Loci,. Florida,which said i fly virtue of the power vested in me! bjr law, I Unless taxes. and expenses ar p4 kel. 4*J. : '.. \
.ticket for her doe,and said "good( even; 500 acre are part of th. Fleming grant of 30,000 ILP ,tuu ozpose for sale' before the Courf House atMellonville ale-: -J- S U S

'I 1 .* "But lend me a dollar on this. 'sa,$ 'Dr AGENT Jacob for Mcwr. Louden &Co.,Philadelphia ; seres,'and are bounded on the North by vacant ,lathe County'of Orange,on the firs Monday R.-B.; CANOVA, Sheriff and .cxx&t; .... 5 .
4. I.r Toward, New York; AJeurI.Hay hand land.,-on the East by Indiaa River on th.* SOUTh fey described ..' Tax 5 {
411 I hare nothing to buy brend fur mydren aIe.ir Co. February next,the followirg property S Assessor and Colletor of ..J j. c. S .. I
'e be., 'tomorrow"!! ullowr many children I 'bOY 1C Augusta ; Tiboitt, Profidence Sebastian Hirer,and o" the We l by the 'lacdli or ao much thereof as will pay the state and county ,8t. Augustine Oct. 36th 1850... S ; .

"asked the-boss" 'Five, and the ly of the Fleming grant, assessed against. Major John. tax due thereon forthe year 1850,'to wh: .. ;v. .J
,. you? Beard and Col.John JT. Fontano.Unleu 'lOOO a.:res, belonging .supposed. to belong>> to '
and earn :
old. can ; '
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IJet to rat nine yean Bean IearsSIBcarsUI. S &hc'TaxtI&bereoD and -the{.costs(tr paid Jamei Ormoad. "5 ,

. jfljktar hor pronle buve no buitiness toSSy Jj Will purchase all the Bears Oil and Grease befo'cthe: day ofwle. : .. JOHN SIMPSON.shorffTsnd.-.5.- 5S 'CHOICE GROCERIES .PROVISIONS.: : ,v! .

'sofast," ras,the heartless reply "Herni Jtthat the citizens ol Florida wilt ship to 'me in.Savannah C. L.ERA YTON. 8atiriffand ex-q flT Tax collector, o. c.SS S S Sckr..: Qiptey now.JicAa ng-8 day*,from. .< .. 0. S

I biff a dollar come on Monday morning and.. ,the Oil at On Dyllar per gallon, the Grease Tax Collector, County($&. Locie. Nov. 2. '3m. '. to New York:, .5 t.. .t
1 me." The woman departed weeping as must be put up in good Stone Jars, :for which I will Nov S li S TaxVolieclol".8Ale. '.. .: .. fOSHEBuLterl.ardChbiceProtision* S S
her very fiefh would' disotve in tear, pay fiifty.. cents ,per: pound. The ankles must be i S Df Hams Bacon Shoulders F. ol. Beef '
tarn scoundrel turned 'pure or I will mOlt positively reject them. I use Tax .rollcclor'g..Sale. fly tirtne of the power vested in me by lfwIshall i
: tat heartless, wealthy larcre A expose for sale' before the Cpurt Houseat Mackerel,. Rio & Java Coffee, Old Hyson,
of both the articles and
quantities onaiderzay virtue of the vented in law
his nvs by
with It cmrse $laugh, IInd jingled power Mellonville of the first choice.l Teas Black Green Crackers \
07 self good judge of It. Send from BY in the county Orange, ojj. Sugar,
quantity } I shall for sale before the Curt '
any '
thou h ho had achieved a exposo *discribed Molasses. ,
I, el1IIed( purse as time if Monday of February next, the following : New BuckwheatIndian MtnlDried '. .
gsL lonIoicngallon at a or more possible.
I_ )Joke!'' :.A* we wended our way after I .. S 5 W. HUMPJlREYB, House at Mellonville in the county the of Orange descriyjdpropeity ,on tbefil'I property, or 10 much.thereof ae,will pay the state, and B;ef; Bollogtm Sausages, Ale,Porter, Cot' reps !_ S
Moodajr February next : following
Ufihnppy womon.wc actually forgot that, .. '. .Wholesale Druggist.Savannah Ga.J J t and county iaidudo5f rThycrSAOajQ44lbj:) Wiaer, 'JlpugneCidet.Flin\n: Canal'Flour,
ti s will :
,or so' much thereof as Ute atat and S
v1tt. elfih syn of I' .k r <. pay necessary ; pepsejln.Iden5 sbereto,.6 wh 5' in 5iLsiella half Barrels' Vrltsiezs "
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M tr"mtJr.ener. .
' at ? y co.uplJ.ux doe tbereoo for the feiir 18jO *.d Ybs ao : ,.. II4tiUi JUf r\'a. iJt' i .
ctLLllaWf ftLr.. ,1.Jf eofflmerecwasMotion t ... .- tbt 8hrft x. J.Nt"I q AtoWSife nut Dates, hrongrh1s; *-1. .
iariJent .
h S .try4irp nIe> > a 'had | suppSieji of'f\r- ? t- .t. ,
S tooetony
t ud blooaa d. huma i'I-! -'m 'ir.Dit< : -480.Icrr' HUUboroBghRimliKlooeuig or.snpv nando Lowe.longing JOHN 'IHPzONk"hfritraad: 8tD.. &MeMone4IP4testnoke4.t ".' '.-:. ',:. I

[ Investigato., rJ '. posed to belong to Jane Murray about '8 miles from Tak colleciu'r. o':''ct4Nov.S. Ta&le Salt, AssorYetlJuiude 'Ctfcicnaryf.: ; \., ., ".

j S S 5 'PAcI'oL New Smyrna. SS S pflttev together with a full 'axsortrheat. .
* 11tBORANGg TREES. .- CAARLESTOK' JOHN SIMPSON, sheriff and We r.ba'glaa to accomodate In disposing 1: 4

It 1 b with grunt: frirasuru wo hear from all I S S. C. No,. 16. Tax 'collector c._ Tax Collec4or Sne.Y Packngen' to the trade or at Retail. ., r :
11 *virtue or the- vested in mej> '1 law,'! ,
'-/ arter* mot favorible jtccounts of the return power y Oct;'li 1850. BE; ; CARE, I .. "
ITbealtht>f the orange --grove From present Sons of Tecipcrfluce.The S S :r4 C4flD..cl.:! .".;. S S iLl? shall expose for sale before the Court Hou c at __ -_ --- -.. J

2ietftion* them II every reason to bislr Union Division, No. 25 Sons of Teni F. it!. WCE3IS, 1!!. D. & ft>. D. 8. Mellouville in the county Orange' ,oh the'first Moji- --i2SflU: oftheThermomeler.. : >

that the insect which has furl seven or perenco hold tlieiJ regular meetings at their 'his services in SURCERY and day of February nextthe following described) property :. ? -. : f .
- Uivisiun! roym on Charlotte strcei, every Mori- OFFERS ,or so much /hereof as will'pay the state and county. .
desolatud the e 1 i irffiast 'n 18-19 .
oran groves DEC. ;
M T *rs past SURGERY to the rcoa Free of 5 -- S
halt tax due thereon for the 1850, and the 'necessary
day evening at pabt seven o'clock. year ,
". Elortda, is about to take its departure t tIfiaecropofdeficiotisjoranges OFFICERS. Charge.IT expenses incident thereto, to wit : [KrattheMagnolio1fatze" & :AUgUZthti;] ".:',. }
has been raistilitIMaddn t 0. S \
Office at B. W. BEITT'S Residence.St. 1000 Berre ford Su Johns
FoXTail CURREkT ,QUARTER acres. Riverbelongingor .; t
ibm present season, and the tretirpptt ru.L12: r.x.8.xJ : .W1NDs. ; : t
I Augustine Nov. 2, 1850. supposed to belong to David R. Dunham. DATZ.
Michal VV.. .P. .Puul W. .
Arnou .
to resume their former health and vigtieielectlinsmnde I Nelliirao, JOHN SIMPSON rfierfffandTax : S -" .. "5S.' 5 I
'.:4' ,'4 .." I R. B. CUUQVU, R. 8. Alonzo Bravo, A. R. WWntihias LAVRI'CE'AMHtEU: .. collector c. 5.5:7: 64 ,75 65 N.'V. : .. .I ; f

t: its Appearance atonewfrjr R. Andreu: F. S. John Usina, T. Not.S 2. S 8 .'51' '16 68' E. \ J... :
.Jam" Hulbert CV John Manucy, A. C. Ah DRAPER S '" SS ./ .. S
S S. "
tthefn'all th growing court- .65 78 68' 1
orange oner I drew Lopez( I. M. Jiiseph Lopez O. d* Thos.T. C01KEB OF CHARLOTTE ST. AND TJtXASVRT LARE. Tax Coliector's&zlIY 0 S.' W. "- \ : .. ;', .. J1
and has disappeared a 62 8:1: 74'
tries Europe, virtue of the vested in b'law I 10 .
Ir.lbortd visitus mvstuHousty us it cume. Jtussgl 1. P. w. .1'. W.OULD; RESPECTFULLY ,in. J I shall expose for power sale before the .Court me House, 11 70 58 60 N... E. ... \1.! ',.. S. .' S : ::5
S -
If(tire hope*at present entertained by the oreijrower : SCHOOL FOIl OJRL8.MIS form the the Cit eDl of Counties St Augustineand at Mellonville, in the county of'Orange on the first ::12 60 62 62 ,:". : ; ,. ..,'1--, .. S ..:.": !

: *should bo realized, it will be uelmportttnt *. S. t;. LEI, will open her School on Mon adjoining that he Monday, of February next the ('owing described S 13 68 .6:1: .&1. .." ., q ,- \ ,. l
A\'eIit for this river thun tlietcUnn *jr next the ISih: in lit. in the House formerly has stock constantly of the on best banal French a well English selected property,or so much thereof a. will pay the state and* 5.:\'J4 6' 1:1: JU E. t I .... ,S\ 5 '.' "
r: ot fortV steam mills, lIlI many tarponuMiiislilterieK .I Ian occupied by Capiain Southwirk on Picolata ktrtet. II f\ and German BroadCloths( Caasi county tax due thereon and "necemry expenseslucidet' '..15 63 63 SE. r "' .)\. i' .
I und hnll a dozen plunk roads j opposite the dwelling of Mr*. Doctor AiiJerson I 'and Vestings !which he will thereto' to wit :. 16 0:1 78 ''12_ B.' V. ,,: )., '., J
)t1 meres
pet tojrether-although( we appreciate at') The number I'upils will be limited anJ'none re- I III, 't I make to order in the most Fashion 300,acres, on HilUbornugh River, belonging: or 4)7 66S1 '13. S ...\V,' .' ;\-ht. \. '

1brir fun value, nil theie tnierprize.Thegnk IL i CfivrJ for len than one quarter. Tuinou 8, G and able manner, and upon accommodating sepposed to belong to Or B. 1. Byrne. S IS' 66 6i; 65 'j; E;. ,\ ,.i. '
will smile like $i p.rr quan r. JOHN.SLyPSON.sheriffand N. '. H! :
% of the Ht. Johns a garden I S terms: Also, that baring opened a direct S S3g 63 78 6G S.
n4 be redolent with inn odur of the ornnru{ No charge fur contingent expense, \\i\i\\ pupils! are II communication with the First Houses in the same S Tax collector. c. '* .S 5 20 6Q '82 '1:1: 9. W ,' \ SS

,,1oson.! A delightful and must lucralive OCt- repented to furnish tht'irdl'lkl! end. .huin>. line|In New York, he will hare the earliest reports of Nov. 2. .5 I\\ .. H, .,. .6 '78 66l I' i\.' f66' t S ;

atiou will be opened to our citizen,unit ttu "t; [:j. Refertrnce may I IJft uiade to- 'lr l. Doctor. An- Fashions from tliat.City and from Europe.N. Tax C lletlortll'Sole. : ( .22 10 8J': '8. .. ,(,., ., .5 .:

rangers whose hcalt ciirhpels; them l '
t a ILuthurn Ci'nd.--: 'tID'. it. Augustine. Nov. 16th, 1 50; notice. *.5 .wI, shall expope; ,for sale before the Court House at I .24 56 62' CO '.. \ '.. ;f ,.
---- -- ---- Mellonville in the of the first Monday
Nor. 9, 1850. county Orange,on ....:I.'S 56 68 CO \V. ; S,.
__ _
huabntnU fortunes in her NoticeS u----- of February next,the following described
A wirr.hns her property ::16, 48 66 60 I ;
power, btfcnuws; abc mav, ,r she may not,asi Q lx we ks after date I shall apply' to the Judge of or so much. thereof as! will pnv the state and-e bunty 7:1: M.S..W.> I ; '
pit-uses conform to ,his cir umstulJccl. _' Probates for..the County of St. Johns. fur Letters tax: due thereon for t be year WO.and the necessary S 21 6078 64 \V. .. !

riis w her first duty and ought to be her pMJi. Administration de bonis non on th. estate of expenses incident ro, to wft: .. .. 28 60 78 60 -SV.. : .. ,' S 'j I .t
Fernando M. Arredondo jur. 333 13 acres part of the Delta tract New Smyr .. ; I
display oujihtfor n j .
for luxury
jo .
i ptttsion I M. 1' 66 S
30 ; '
T. ;
dcviutu in Ihe $Inist"ulh j jI PEDRO BEN belonging or Happened to betorre Charles Brnih. S S "S .In .S
*onient.toiemptbcr to Noy.'IGI )I). JOHN sntr oN,Kheriffand. S .: 31. M '70 64 N. i., IS
conduct. otbor iu4-155 -U- r-it---- S ,
thiH line .oC Any '
t'ea -
:Nov. 2. Tax rollector, o. c- .'. : ; S
and Notice.wreks.aftef 1850. .
uuro i ite wretch<' !lner8 inevitably : SUBSCRIBER gives notice to the Public : S IL

1 H..u.uim No\hinjcuiibe more miscrnble Q II ihftr/ I shall apply to the Judge of 'IIU he has.supplied himnelf with comfortable ,Tax Collector', Sale.By S. s JAn1AxY. .. ... \ .5

bun tuodruggie. to k cp upappeHruiices. if Probate for the County of Orange. ,for Lrttrrs: of CARRIAGES ,ood. HOUSED and cnn-fu Driver, virtue of power'vt'sted in me by low' I S. 60 65 ', N. \V. ....". -- ;

k! could succeed, ii would cot! moro than it ill AdminL-lratioii. on the estate of' ... .. Addi.on, and is runninje, a (line in connection with the Savannah khall expose for vale',before the Court Houv a 1545. $" 60.1 -.,. 5S '

U utth;a. lt.nor enn, ill failure involves thoipmi PEDRO BENtT. + Steamer between. $t. 4agutine and Ficolata.it door in the city of St.trgisIine.ib _the6zstgr 3 S5t G9 '' : .-r.W0 ,j', .: "... jSS -:;

mortirtcntinn. 'Suihd oftbe ublime rhihltion Nov., 16 iao.t I areduced price. "Lire aiull| (lite" Hi: Itfs niotlb, day February next thf\(o.uct"fmdlICribea property 4 6-J '13 \{. .'.. S .. I

fi I J .of ltumnnirttiutfhttvort$vn' n Adcvninct S. -- S ---Notice.ix under this he respectfully! nolicit patronngf.NATHANIELIIENRY or ra much thereof as will pay the State andcounty 6 40 65 60. N.. W.,. ,": :, S .

,who have'btfn: prtHiptutoil sudiily weeks after date I shall SI th- of Agfnt. tax for the year 1650* and the. neceseryexpenlel S 6 66 68 60 I No' E. : '" -;
I ; 1 I I : < apply ts Judge incident thereto ,ix. ... ... \; J S :
from wuiUh and spl :ndor to nt.:!l tutu. IT:, l'lvult"lj! fur the: County of St. Johns for Letters Nov.g,-I8O.Eaisteruiudlchd. 461 aerrs3d rate london the Picolata road.weft 5 .7 6 74 I 70 8. .W.I. .5 5 I ; ,

,raii'. Thun Cman.'* fortune arc, in n w infer I I Ad.iUiistratiion: on the ertnte SebsFiinn Kepes.o : Circuit of the of St. Augustine about nine miles tberefrum 'Tying 8 I 62 7' b9' '. i S

in the hntiJ of hu xviff, !inasmuch nsliism
power ifexertion depends% on her. His 11; 18.,0. -. S St. JohuH Coantr.IN range 28 eutj granted to Flora Leslie and not re- 10 64 88 I &I n. E. ,S' ;
iiirca: "jjJ) byer CHANCERY.S I. 64 '74 N.y.ciea ,. 5 .... )
.urul titretiKl"; w inconceivably -- S -. turied.5 ,. II .. .
ympatn h\*r counsel, h.;r nut. Notice. Hester Strong complainant ) Unless taxes and expenses are paiJ before the day 12 ,64 745 Cf' JS.' : )
"nnWOIonlh.: from thitdate.I shall S ... W. I
presentrny Against. V Bill for Divorce: of sale.. < : 13 60 76 8. : 5' : i.
A Sr.\\"su- Euirot: : TUBSEFhe 1)&EAcn j 1l annual accounts as Ueceiver' of the estate of Samuel A. Strong Defendant. ) &-. B. CANOVA, Sherifl and ox-off- ; S 14 56 62 60 N.V. S .. ..

Adusnie of thi city contain the 'follow J..rph Hunter dt'c'cl1o the,Hon. Judge of Probate oft Tax Assessor and Collector, a J. c. 15 67 "'62 60 N. cloudy.. ; \
T die'readiDg and the Bill of : S
: Johns County (or settlement I appearing on filing $t. Augustine.Oct. 36th. 1850. 60 N. clear... j
unnounccmt'nt 67
- lug ____ 67 ;
queer said that the said Samuel' 5 16
A.Strong .
tho Subbailt ut' FOr <.vio.;!! ur..i I CEO R. FA1R3ANK3 Complainant .. 'I 60 .W. .. i
We Hllcnt J Defendant, if living, reticles beyond the limits of the : 'Tmx Collector'* Sale.t 17 64 73
the ,afi n'.1 i i \ Receiver estate Jos. Hunter, '.. 68 .1
ieinz pieMingly 1 I invivi-d l hy a =,' ". }6. 18jO. State Florida, viz;:Iln Mobile, io thf state of Ala- Dy virtue of 'the power' vested 4n nie ly law, ]I 18 60 "76 8. W. -S
\'rladH't'1r. RiCh, we conseir.rd: to oecupjiilpiiin ---- bamaor New Orlf'ID,1n the state"of Louuinna. .11I shall expose for sale before the Court House 19 60 69 60 ,8. E.M S 1

It" the morningmil::; also in the !Si. I.ucie Cuuiitv, Tax Collector4 It is therefore, on motion of Elias B Gould, Esq., door in the city of Ht.Augustine.OB the first Mondayof .' 20. 60 76 61 S. E.. ** S j

III iMtKiou( Wohadmi in'"'r\i 4'V ,,1"0'ilh the I sale.By Solicitor for the raid Complainant, ordered that publication February next 'the following described propertyor -.21 62 80 76 s. vi. II S '. 1 i

rtat.uiii Preacher: Silver Creek for whom virtue of the power vetted in me by law, I be made in some newspapers printed in the so much thereof will pay-the &aif rand countytax 22. 56 67 60 -N.W. II S S. -<. .I.
Wf' nlco! preached on \Vedtv"iliy eveninjr." have 'levied upon and will expose for sale' 'at Eastern Circuit of Florida for three months successIvely for the year 1850 and the necessary expenses incident 23 58 70 62: E.. II. ) SS. 5

We hope our brother In the ('rulhlul a r. t ;.:hvuiHr "f M.jorV.. F. Russell, near Fort Pierceon from this date; requiring the said Samuel A. thereto, vtx: S 5 24 60 72 6J'I s. E. "- .. ; } :

whinu .|nc of it..Printers tire said
ilied fur nnythintr, but wu do not ollen hear of inthecwintj) in the county of St. Lueie Florida, that the same will be taken pro nnfeno. belonging to.John Guiger, deceased, bounded north $ 80 7.. x. '" : H5S i i .
ibeir prenchiUK one dwy and wriiinjf spicy on Monday the J9ih day of May, 1850. between the [Sirned.] THOS. DOUGLAS Judge &c. by lot of/.Mts.\ Josiah Smith West blot of Mrs.C. 3 66 82 74 IL M ;' : .!.) -

,,; srticles the next. What pity it i iN thut news- usual hour of sale' the following described tract or Certified to be a true copy. C. Anderson,and east by the old Tan Yard not .27 .53 78 "76 W. ,** S 'i! ;
tv. 5
writers will not the editorial' ice toih parcels if land, or M much thereof aa will pay the Witness. my hand and the seal of the said Court, returned. 60 59 z.cloudy'S
the 4th November {). R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off. 29 58
'faxes day 1&j
instead of the jndividu1.jurnil.1tcLaLar State and county awewed thereon for the cloudy. Vnt .
68 62 .
fiewspapcr S.-
59 ;
lt147, 18-8, 18-9 and 1850. P. B. DUMAS Tax Assessor and Collector, s j C. 30 if
J years Clerk, C. C. of St. JonAs Co..t,. St. Augustine, Oct 26th! 1850. 31. 69 68 65 x. cloudyf. ,' S ._ 11
7,640 acres, being so much of the grant of 1 !JOOQ I p ,
.1------ ------- .Rain'i a day, fVVith Ib wcrs. .
made by the Spanish Government Ecuebio .
to J
Yisltcnattbe Florida HOIIM acres < HR ALHAMT t A from New York Tax Collector9 Sale. S 11\ I
Maria Gomel on the 15th July! ,1818, and, situatedin S ; ,days .. FxBRULnY.S
R. P. Burd, Palatka. Mid county of St. Lucie on the shores of Jupiter 425 Barrdc: ,. 139 Boxes,.10 Hbds, 50 bales By virtue of the power nlted.1n' me.bylaw, 1 1 : ';8 64 xcleir.t l 0S "
68 .
S shall expose for sale before the Court House i S |
S : Hay 60 Bags Oats 4 Crates and sundry pack : S
Lucia River of i it
M. Williams Island and Santa' ,being ao much the 70 r64 8. E. '-" -, .
S door lathe cl fol: tit. Augustine on the.first Monday 2 68 : .
B. E. CARR. '
J. Rutherford Philadelphia. North part of said grant, and assessed against'Wil. ages. : of Mar next, the following described 58 &8. 5 60 s. w. showery i: S .,
49 Boxes 10 Stoves 4 Doz. Chairs 6 Anils propertyor 3. i '
Forward ,
Ham A supposed to belong' in part to ,, .. w.clear. S S
S thereof win the 54 40 "
so moph as pay stale nod 40 .
Jacksonville. county] 4 :
J. C. Hemming resident matting. GOO. BURT
S Michael Lazarus, a non in part to estate of 11'J v '
tax due thereon for"the year 1850 and the '32 50 48 Lx. "
Col. J. II. HawkinS," Mlahassc. Chapman Levy, in part to Dionesia Segue, wife of Sundries to order. espeDl"incident thereto,viI: necessary 68 52 u tainy. S :
,6 ..44. .
--J .-.- .- S : '' Bernardo segue and ,to William' A. Forward. S I I 9836 acres more or 'less..being pert of a grant S b 7.. .56 64 '50 E. clear i day* .
1 "Hutchinsons Island 5
/ TfoUer* attbc ...pouDonl Also situated-in said; Tax Collector's Sale. 10,000 acres granted by the Spanish Government to 8", "> 06 66 ,.. r. clear:: ":' ;
county of tit. Lucie bounded on the North by Indian Time of the'power Tested in law I S 5 I If
: me by "
Nov. 11, Roger Boyd flavamaih. BY Antonio Hl mul t.. d in Mt Johns county near : 58 62 56 E. rain.:;,
Inlet, on the South by>> 8t. Lucie Inlet 911V ji.
River .
orGilbert' expose; for sale before the Court House at I six Mile Creek and located in Township 6 8. Range i
-II K. Gibbs Ft. Goo. Island. bar on the East by the Atlantic 4& $0&.0 clear. .
Oce nand Mellonville in the county' Orange, on the first Monday 28& returned by,John'M. Fontane, ,sgt.and assessed f 104 f. rx.SSu:4ae4& :, ,
UJao. M. Kell Darien. the West by Indian River, assessed against T.: of F.braarynelt,the following described propertyor asSdrste1.: S 0&8" 60' 66 04 ..: tr..... ....S 5
e' t D. Vinhorna Doa res df'Dt.' i ao much thereof.will the state and : 12. ... ; ,"'0. S 60 LL. .WI.. .-".. 7'. .5. I
Jacksonville pay county tax doebyuton'io: Hnertas t -
State tax for
II q. M 1850. $40 .
''i 68 67 ,cear..J'ftie, ] :
Also-19500:ricres of land situated on the banks die thereon for the year 1850,and Unnecessary expenses : 13'A i" .. 5 .

ft. -16, J. Marshall, Palntka.Btodat of the River St. {Sebastian:. which river empties into jneUent thereto: 58.County tax at.25per eenloa,State. tax,' OilJ.l'; *. -. 14:.r ,. 5' .. 66 .w. "1IgbT1W7. : .' ,

II -- the Indian KJrer,in the said .cout, of dt. Lsieii.lS.ii..IIuId.ila GOO acre, beloagiaf to or avp to .feeloaar I toJan. rr'Unless'taxes sno expenses' are'paw 1 befoe4sy 'IJA .,t 18.s: ...... lest.'h. i
; 'k '
r. .
: CoivTTp.. part ofs cfJoeG! aC1ft jpae. Leoamrdy, "' of sale. .* 16' 33 5a :53 r S.I71'd
...., 8tu& G td- -S.Aiso>-...amI at S mrraa- S S lct wbkrlS S : <* .58 u ,' .. S '.
", ....'NJ"&aT" ted by rnmtp -Georfc Fktnine, R B. CANOVA, Sheriffnnd exS f. : ..-.h,' I
1[ Ij and Ubowded:asrbttowt: Commencing at a CaVbage JOHN. SlitP30N. ifl, andS S Tax Assessor and Collector;s.J. c. S 18" .'IL" 66' 58 V. ,...1..A ''. S
Paloi,south of the mouth of the St. SebastianRiverand Tax.collector,o. c. St. AugusUM.Oct. &h. 1850. t1946. 56 66 v. 'w.a. t S
running thence South 4S degrees west Not''. 2. 52 66' 60 .z. K' 5 S
j J \ 417 chains.Va pine;thence north 45 degrees west S S E. B GOUILD, 5- 5 ,1 au G' 70 .60 .4, .. ... "I S

.::, 480 chains, to a stake ; thence north <5 degrees Tax Collector's Sale. A ATTORNEY f COUNSELLOR ATLAW, 22 .. "ea.54 '1G. S4 1104'-; S" .\ .. w. car\ n.t,4'.. i. -S .'

e tat 517 chain, to a cabbage palm on the west bank Ana Y Tirtwa' of ihepowrryeed' |jn me by law, I SOLICITOR, PSOCTOB.tic. i-. ;'23 .' 56 58 66 'LZ.C'dJ44d4jJ l' .., .. ::.-,
f Indian tti/er,above the month of the SL Sebastian jili. shall expose for sale befor the. Court Hooasatfilellonville } 64 (
of in the county of Orange,on jbe first Monday : S 5 AcacsTijrx., 45 24 60. 1' .g.zcIear4jj., .. ,S SS !S5 .
to the place beginning-being all of the said : 78 63, ...E:;.. '>>'' ; \ ., .!' '.'
'to .
Newnansville I. F. on the 39th'Oct.mo grant (excepting'therefrom .SOQ 'Serear BOW owned February next tho following described property O":: Arrxjcnon will be paid to all business connected 35. u'' '1614 ... W, ;!j.J; .....ioI I I S \::J.-
Mr. JOHN J. PANCHEZ son of thetie by Messrs. Beard and Fontane,which said.500 lerare ,>r so much thereof as will pay the stale and county : with the profession SS 36 66 76 .A S.- f
80 w.
& SAXCUEZ situated at the mouth of the said River 8t. SeboUan.onthenorihside i tax due thereon for the year 1ssoaD&th. necessary! MtUTAsvr Luro CtATJCt, and Claims. for Indian I S,37J8 58 ;
Col. F. aged 33 ,
i years. thereof)-which skid 18- exp nses incident thereto to wit: i iI and other Losses, SS C2 78174 ;.w. :.:..;. ,

The deceased responded to the call tor Vol.aeers 500 aeresar assessed by the name of tieGrant" Fleming I ftOOO acres, head of India'n River, belonging or 1 Duplicate Muster. I RoDs of the Fcfetcu C.mare .Withahowers. J ...!\ 1 5 5 I
late Indian difficulties! and supposed to belong to Duncan L. Clinch. '
the OW.e-I'IDUDowa but
in are supposed to belong pee in my possession. S ... ac1f. isM4 \' \ -
hUe on duty and in command of a company toeither the estate of the Ute Hon. Charles Downing! JOHN SiMPSON sheriff and Oct. 12. 1830. 41-tf.S _. 71 w.clear.- .j. i .
Tax collector .
60 '
o. c.Nor.
to the Life Insurance and Trust Company.Alaor16.000 S 1 : S ;oi.
I t or near T>mp JJaj necenrily eiposed or acres granted to Bamnel Mills,on 2. Fresh ..plles. 2 N 76 68 v.x.. "II.. ) S

1 If which brOUJht on a pulmonary the 19th day of Jnly, 1813, situate -st the mouth of Cossoatb, now discharging at ,Picolata a 3 62 84 76 f.vr. t. I

3t of which ho died. 131 his death his or.hjbTO the' River Santa Lucia in the county of St. Lode, Tax CollectorVSnic.BY !! BRIG lot of suppli-which are offered to the 4 68 68 68 s.w., .d5J4\ '

Florida, bounded on the North East by Indian River virtue of the power vested in me b'IIW', : f nje in original Packages or nt retail. 6 64 .64 60 a.x. : .,... f I S
and Sisters some or whom are on the East south and west by public lands,as- shall expose for sale, before the Court S 30 firkins Goahen Easter, 10 barrels Lard, I rate 6 5S 80 79 s, "'. -. !

"':,"have lost. itn afibctionate brothel encreiectotltIs sewed by the name of th,,v"Miles Grant"- supposed House at Mellonrille bl the county of Orange, on the : Onion*, U>lsApples,75 boxes Cheese.-JSdo Cand"Crack.ert..drietl 'I 63. 'Ii10 -.. :: '.. I

rWe$ kerterally$ ntecll: lii.aad to belong la part to Rev. R. K. Bewail, in part JohnO.Faltsgantsndinpsn first Monday of, February neat, the following described Beef,barns F. Us er.lrall'.Rais- 8 f)2) '66 66 LX. ", : I ,..' 5
loth of propertror'lO much thereof will pay the state ins Almonds, citrons cnrrans, with other snides .. .
has estate the late 9 60 72 68 *. X. ; I .5.- {
;. Alacbua'Cowt1 been bereave Joseph S. Smith and in part to Dionesia Segui. wife and county tax dae thereon for the year 1850,and the: completing our stock, BOW in store, 60 .18 60 s.4rinday' : t

(otofher_TOostfrteetned cltfaens. Bernardo Seed. S : < necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit: a ovpw, *fii.* < ,.,- .< S 'lor' \ rE.CARR_ _'_ 10 31-: 60 55 !..,. vv.... : X.1ilow...& 1' .1. S .5 5

Unless the Taxesthereonand'. costs are "pa S 16Q acres eariFIounder creek;one half 3000 IEED OIL. White Lead, Turpentine. Var 12 64 66 58.. LLTtP.. "' : .
,, "
71t1n.! IJIttrr. of..t.. 4 acres granted to Domingo Acottabelonging supposed Oakxm f 5
pikes Limes I
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fa4aiiaga: Mca Perk BUM lI tmcn .. Tax Collector! county of StLoetr.Nerll. I S 0 JOHN dIMTSON.slieri< vf&: B, E. 14 6:1. J5' 'tf.. .. I .,.. :' :1 ::

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/ M atlLs I t'" ,tiu t.' l'OrsC: Lrretnth Ap" l."r ; A Ate/in KaTt Florida.' i \IE undersigned s" Agent "tor'.a e ''respective I :,
\. he FbIk &uus. snd:cue. _door orth.'uf. .the Ml' mE Fur the 'COintfesofA1ichua. cud .Lev7 ftt New- j P m be undersigned as Agent for the respective proprietors offers; for sale.onfe xeeeUingly1 reason- ST. AVGjpS Iff.E" ,j"'
r _.L t vuMMbu." ; I. NTX. nansrillr, first'Monday in May S .JL prietorspfiers for sale the following lands to terms the following lands, "non jvhicb are some E. ,

: S Florid"11,.,. On Treamry Lau>v North v For the, County'of Columbia, si' Alligator, on the ,..Wit; That well known and extremely valuable Plantation of the most .valuable Cotton Sugar and. Tobacco. '. f ,
: i the Public 5q iri. Second Monday bf!May.I ? S .called,the Bulow Plantation ,the head of fands in the State. S THIS KSTABtfSHMEXT tit. '

'J .I.1'l qd Ilt.L.;,Qn Charlotte and Bay Street, a few For the couuiy'of Nassau at Nassau C, ,Hon the Halifax River formerly occupied and planted. by the IN THE ARREBONDQ S GRANT. I' i 'undergone Thoroof irs",1i
,. doora couth Esrt of the nfblie dqnnre. : Wednesday before the fourth Monday in.May. *", :late John J. Bulow with force of 300 hands,suitable )I AiaCHUi. .5' 'IK present season, i w now.rwdr '

J 'I .' Planter) l1o' '. OnChirlotte, dtrert and Treasury For the county of Duval .'at' JaekaonTille', on the for both Sugar snd,Cotton,and advantageously I COCNTT. reception ot Company. FAMILIES;" *
J ',. [a *'/Dut' r the Public' dqdarc annexed to tile. founh; Monday'of May. ". ..' ted on navigable wa tera. It lies upon the eoasl'about I J T9. It 18 ; ScetioD.1I.14,1 ,,2i. TRANSI2NT BOARDERSApartments. cunJaa" )

: \ I 1'Florida liouje; -. fMrt. .' : For the 'Uounjy) of Stl: John's. at St. Augustine forty miles south. of S..Augustine,and contains aboat ua"9," 19 ; |" ,3,8,1.I.J2.13.J4,22'1 ." IT2Cf0.s,
:- .t < J : on'the second in 4000 acres.Aso :
: Monday! !tlOl' Boom. Airy Clean,
: ; \ I \R ING'-UqU8E8. : I 'i LL'.Ti Jt .h ) 5 ,two thousand acresadjoiaing the last described 6.9. new Itself, furnished and t.

'$L 'll,i.i.)" On:Charlotte $treei near the S l lands,being the Pellkkr Grant in Graham's swamp. in .< 9," 20 ; 19.22.26., .7,s. g.so.sa, Nothin? Wonting bamUokaeiiw
For the counties i Orange and SL Lu 'ie, Tuesday 5 S .
Darracka. Also. the Spruce Creek Plantation 999 33,34.
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It 0 f Mitt 'F"tio. 'Ok':t. George Street,' a" fcw dOQ'i before the fini Afotidav of November.. ,acres suitable for Sugar culture and near to navigation Ip "'9" 21 ; M 15,19.20,21,23,28,29J30, Built as being re-cad*

F '' _South of U* Gun iiouM an f 1'ublic 8qfa re. : S For the county of Putnam, at ,?Pilatka the second about 70 miles southof St. Augustine, near 3233,34Y" Expressly with a view to the arconw
G. street :Tuesday belor the'first Alonday November. i New ,.. In 10" 18 23'lO.'n15..22.23 2 6 odation of Insalulx anti others being
? N l p,. Ott Bay) corner of Day and, Sinyrna. ; ,27. eaiirtfj
For the countof St. )\tfo;oA the t'londaJ'INonwber. built of Wood, with Ruorr.s
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i .1 ..GardenLaneDoet. / S S Also, the- Mount Oswald Plantation on Ilali&x 34. 35. connecting$ ,
: ,0'o' \ ,,;. ,4 i J 1 S t River about 50 miles south of St. Augustine near the la" 10 ," 19 ; 7817192030. i ing, Doors, &c. which? renders U Free fr

.f .. : 1' ,.m''S I Ir i For the county of Nassau, xThursday before die : oat, formerly planted in,Sugar by the late Geo. A,: In 10" '20 i i "'a13,14,16,229. 5 5 5 1 I)amoness. Fireplaces Blinds to _iDcio.

r F. &&&,: Office'fct'hi. Dvrerii.-s House. third Monday 4-&oye-Inbtr. ,, \ ,' person, and now the property Joseph Lauton.ccaJainlng in. .' 10" 21 ; ", "12,3,4, 5,6,7.8,9,10:31.: t through,opening on Piaz&i Promenade Tn,,
,: l .! ; .. For the county of. Duval on th'\4hird Monday of 5 Hundred Feet. Pr '
J900 > ctioii
V- on Bridfc* BtrWi: v acres. 45. 12.13,14,15 18,22,2. ; 31. < : from Rain,, CoLt
'_ ''.. D t.Jel. E. Potk. OfHcfe on'St. George Street November \ 0 k Also. 1000 acres south off New Smyrna in Tupr In" 10 22 ;, .. 6,18,19. I. Winds&c., forming u desirable, BKTRUT ,

.'"". a tevJ.orl N rth ofrhe'Court Ho ..* II For the county.,'*of"Marion' "'. 'on) .)be,.. first. Monday in :,bull's swamp being the north half of the Rosepe In" 11", 18 ; 24. confinement at nit M-IISOIIS of he a
t .' > .1 'p eceniber. \i Grant well In" 11 '. 19If 1,2.9,11.13 U
i .. timbered and near nu gltioo. 14. 17. W The House is situated fttciug So3th.jcgjosition
""t.. I DRUGGIST.: J ; For the conntjs of Alachua and Levy oaxthe second : *.Also forty thousand acres on the St. Johns: Riyer 'J, 91.23,30. S p und retired from other Dwdlfnr ,

: t ", I P.ft Ztr** Ctembtand $Oruggest. North East Monday in December. \ between'Lake' George ana Lake Monroe consisting I." 11 20 ; 7,18,20.23,24. of25. I The,House contains Rooms with *..'
P : For the county of Columbia on the third Monday valuable hammock and timbered lands in :. 87,28,33. N1-2 of 36- .
Vlic t} .&re, opposite JlaiJcUebalW. In December. pine, yarious S al l Parlours, Dining, Setting Koom ,aadveniences
frl" traces.'v /n 'll"21 1.2.3,10,
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I I a : .' The'U.S. District Court at"St. Angnstine,' 'on the. 5 Also 3000 acres in Alachna county, suitable for. 19.20.21, 7. 28. 29.30.33. i in general For Accommodate,. ,
LAWYKRS.Counsellor fits. *Monday in i :April, / "' OttOD 01& "* ." S 35.36. not .ayrpused.I
at } .-omce on .. The I
I .JJ.rlft: : TaET9&VEtLEWGVIDI. ,', xAUo, C qo acres in Columbia County, good plqe tn'MP'22 ;'ARREDpNtfOGRANT. yell earned ,Reputation this Hout
ii"f 1 4 4 : f has from Year tu Year acquireJ will '
; land on thf Skats FeQker. ? S : Jtfc*
Fi j4Lta nC i iudCounci1) ROUTES FRo7TcHALESTON:' S 5 Apply for terms, pifticVlars, &c. to : 0- Proprietress) (. :DAVIs aim to, sustain,::100

:U t.. ..olft,. ol.r.a ati't'Cl. I \ G K). R.FAIRBANKS,. f" : .MqioxComrrT.S. j for the liberal Patronage heretofore*he
12 18
t LawaudQ- IIJ 1j3,10It,1,14I5
: .. nyfruJLferbrd. tAttorney' ; her
for Jurn
Agent the and sale of Lands
iirttor'14 Cha.oeefir_.office oa the 'fcrouuil floor i lot Fro*Ckarletton to N.er Leaving daily at purchase of'IVba rn 12" 19 ; 2. 6. 11. 12. 15. 16, 18, 19, The Table will
I tote: SoCih Wing of the Court Houie.'*"'" 4 I-2 o'clock r. M. By, Stearae/to. Wilmington 180 \Payment Resident Taxes,tie.St. 0.21. 21,24. supplied with choket

: ,I : florN.. .Ffd l b. Attoiney Counsellorsf. alI '.; Lks.-By Railroad to WeUonf6l'Dille..To 'e. .' AugojuiDc.. Feb 23,1850. In// 12"5 20 ; II "E 3-1 of I. 3. 5,6. 7.9, 10. Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks V.niSS
I LaVr_.office In Vue'Court House. ferdburg C3.' -To Richmond !23.-To Acqula Creek n \ Ifotlcc.SIX , Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this Un*

J : .7U.-By Sirauier to Washbgton55.-fly Railroad to' : [ mouth_ \*fteidate we* shall* present our ln 121",26' f ',' }, 2. 3. 4. 6, 12, 13, 15. our Rivers anti Forests abound. Two qt
t : '\it iCt OFFICES. t. :It Baltimore 40.-To Jtuladelphtf 93.;-To New-York, aDd Voucfeera as Executors of,the Es #.22.23.24. more Hunters, sporting exclusively for shiouse. .

l 87., Total distauce 771 miles.Time GO hours. Fare tate Richard \Veighrnian dec'd. to the Hon.Judge n 12 22 ; t: "'/J. 7. J8, 19. H ,
I t Poll Office. ,P. C.ZyIsira Post Master,on the cpr- 5 of Probati- of St. John'. }ounty, for a final. settle: :; GEO. R. Horses, Carriages,Ponies Guns Fisbjg

ner of Bay,Street' aad.Publicaquare.' ''*11 Jorth. of Mar-. 820.The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston ment and shall at the same 'me'apply for Letters of St. Augustine. fb. i6. 1850. FAIRBANKS., Tackles,Boats for Excursion,&c. ..

; t! a rketbuildicfs., ; every tenth day after the S7lh'of April o'clock r x. Dismission as such Executors, of which all persons S Very Respectfully.
\ I \ 1 Strtefor Geterott Ole, B. -A- Putnam S r'I' Thro in GO hours., Fare (&ate-'Room) $25. i interested i in aid Estate will tale! notice. 5 NOTICE. \ PROPRIETRESS. ,

; veyor General,on Hospital Streetebrner of ..Artillery S From Charlttton to, PkU4Jelpki*.-The Osprey JOHN MONTANE. j -- To Claimants of Bounty Laud*. .
5 e S
1 Lane and H jU"ILrt"ct. : Ie4ves Charleston every.other Saturday, it 4 o'clock. s R.DTONTAfE* :. j : ., : THE UNDERSIGNED propoWlo obtain IY. B.-It is the with of
the .
I ; S j! / Land Office. Poet. William H. t.Simmons.Register i r. ".through in GO hours. Fare $20. Jan I. 1850.' \ 5 S for !lands for all claimants who abe Servant pprletra. .

I 5, 5 of Public'Lands-office'in th. Court Uou From Cktrletto to X t"-Orlu .. Leaving daily STAB1UTV. tCUJU'l'Y"'lEIUE'l' ITY-; will be entitled there/p under the A.ct' now before the Hon tlfllt, should be civil attachefs -

S S \ tTkot.. ,T. Etitttll.' Receiver" .office jn Court, ai'10)o'clock A. k; By 8. C.' RtL'road to Augusta ifr, Si1.oo.000. Congress whin die same'shall have pass live, and obliging. attea

I : ,House., le.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171..BvMftcon : MI1TI1Ar ed and become a lav, for thu moderate sun. d _
, j Judge of Pfjlate. (G. Humphrey's Judge) office .and Western Railroad to Griffin 42.-i.Byi] THE,/ LIFE INSIJRViCE' FIVE DOLLARS for4each YVarrant when obfdined. Notice S -

I aD'the Cofcrt House. "Vj Opolaka 35.-By Rajiroad to COMPANY ". hereby gin'I1. thnt I 'h! !
: \ S Stage Montgomery OF NO.35 WkILSt\ ( 5 S < Is :u""ix moath after Alf
'",P. Dna3i. Clerk i Circuit i Court. office) in Mobile 331. To New-Orltans NEW the
/ 5-Ry Steamer to prcdfnt ta Judg of Probate of '
ft. Jbt
'Ml "RT ET Accumulated Fund. Nov. 1st. 1849.9900 The objoct of this i htice is give to claim
S p.
Ij t : \ S the Court' House. 'ir.. Total distance 1,006) mttss.; Time 123 hours. nis: fount)', my accounts (for settlement ,and altowastr
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of- L000'securely| invested in Bonds and Mortgageson nn opportunity procuring
warrants aill
I R./- ;B. &iiii.rtz. Sheriff .T*x ColJeetor| Y&re839.50. as Admmutraiqr of the Estate of Robert Mickler.kir
) Y live inlhe( Coin House t I From Charlettoa to JVfie.Qran.,viz Savannah, real estate in this city and Brooklyn and stocks l 1ie least (I os>sible excnse. of said county.dccra--i! ;and further notice

i Collator .f Cmtomt John M HanlOn.ofit'f.- ,i, daily at 9 A. it. By, Steamer to'Savannah 140 ines. >f the State and Citf. of New York and United Chose ,uishinj) ; to ecure the services of the that I shall at the snmr tux* ask.frr a final tIIgina.

't : Inspector of *" m'. O/a Uowsrd, 'oflke; l11J'l'!>-By Central Railroad to 2l/aeon and Western Railroad -! States Government. u n'd (.signed.w call, at his oilicc, or 'jiddn shim frvtn my Adminiairatoiali 01' aid tl-fnie dkotb"

: : HoWflirdBnUdiB Market. 'i&tr.r SS I to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.- This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended ov-Liter, and prompt, aUiniionvjli te JAMLd: BUCKLES.

\ 1. ?t.: Ln*#}*, Judge W'B.$ Court Northern Railroad to Montgomery C5.-By Steamer Mo; and prosperous business. given i'V heir clait. s. t-uAuzustine.Jan? ,.|jJ185'J. Cni.PPLI .
dividend ol of fiftytwo .
I ourt'Hou0e. : I""By The Company declared a profits \ .
.J District; of Florida. ofticV in the I 331.-To New-Orleans 166.Total distance' pHILIP FilASER.Attorney ----- -
i r G. S'Fairlkt., Clerk V19C<>arl' ofilca !.n miles. Time 77:boars. Fare S9, 50. t .; .S per cent on all existing .policies on the 31st \\ at Law. I :v oUC!('. -.
S j', theCiuttHosiai.S '.' 1" ; 31IcFLLANEOpTABLE. ofJnnua'QJ848.: Jacksonvillej.E. FIn. 15th 1850. CATION}\'V wadr to the next
/ July I t secsn
/- 'I ,office in: :All the Profit are divided among t -i thLeri ldWnfor
Martktl. 7ehnb@ur. of
S I r Deputy George. ,, Distances. FareTime,/ 1 nn act incorporati*
II ; Insured.The .
S tlv S for tnII.i .
-i Fire Life
the,Coart House. 8735 20 Ji. \Wotlcc. and Marine Mont
.To Athens CA.. 221 m.
.. in cash ,
I premiums are parable annually,semahnually -
I'j-ur-'" be
I : SS lohipnr. to located
"CiiattanooKa. Tenn...445 13,12 3J to tiXproviiions of the City Char- at.St. Ansostinrfuitl'
or quarterly interest being. added oa the PURSUANT ::,>Kt In Kikinir p'irilfges.[ : '
"( olumbA.S. C., 130' 4,00 B is hereby given, TJt nn Election .
S :/ u apt Jomtt R, Haikam. Ordnance Store keeper, "'Onimltn.S.C., N2 4,00 0 deferred, payments. will be held at the Court' House. in the City of tit. Augustine .rr Sfju. 3. I 185(1. S *

f ; fficeonSt. George etreVV; a'Tew:doors South 'oj'the 'Hanibnrir, S. C.. 136 4,00 8 :'The caih principle! adopted becent by this Company on Monday the IlthN ay of ovember ntAI, oUce. -, r

S I I Dry Good etdfe of S. M. Watfeman. Persons'dt'lIi.: "Memphis.Teun.,. 740 28JOO : i-. ; cures to the parties fqr whose the insurances I a Mayor and four Aldermen\for the enduing yea i I HEREBY GIVEN tblt.ix weeks after dafri
S af
of the advantages without
S 'rous orViArarfji the'Fort *rlrt' makt application. to Passengers for either of the above places leave the whole Inlpt"Ctors.-R. B, CANOVA, Pirn A RX AC,and .\' : 1-!,a.: npply to the Jmlg- of FroL\te of St. Jolto
r 1 subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated -
If t 10 o'clock J.N oJ \
S 5 Capt. ..t.-m'' : Charleston daily byS.1J. Railroad at l TOMIO a.. i Il''lf'\; fr L-tiers\Jininistrstion on the Estitt *
S i" I .. SS ; A..X. S premium notes. MATIIEW SOLA. .. Mayor. I I Mary! J II olana, lite of aiJ COdury d Persons effect their lives
insuranc on own
JUSTICES may October 21, 1850. 1 .<
PEACE t Augn-tine, 2t'rh.
n Sept 1850. S
: Gould.T and the lives of oth A raarrie'f woman can iacttre -
t ': James Jjl AGENCV1! 'v the life of her husband the'B, jjefits of which ai?' t. 9___ RA.I/QX HERNANDEZ;
\ \ 4 oIw' S Porer, Ale. kc.
secured by Iaworthe exclusive. .use. of herself or
S ClTY OFKICEW.rato OF IVolice.
J- S. PICES. Chocolate Rio Coffee Teas Jam C\>f-
l"; S. \lit\ea .&... Mayor1 DB.INilmonary. (H'B CELEUR tTEJ !f t cC. Ale'in pts and qs Porter p'IS and qrs the: LL Heir,. .Irgatevs an l other persons Lavit}
S f ,1 c.- ,' 1 .5 Clergymen ond all others dependent upon salaries Jepiantlssgaiiut the Entneo '
{t. lVIEDINS4. I English article,Congress Wojei' in pie and qts (Antires ,
: 1 SKT I IMtdteb ALJernn5. S ZaUam Depurative Syrup are specially'invited ro ava'ii themselves of a reSource Heid }
f : i Pectoral Expectorant Heart Cametor.rulmoo.ry'IJuim whereby tbduu"iY' Dgawilt.|.1 may. be secured gar, John Anderson' fine cur 1'obacco iOyer; / I notified to present the A'nilhi the lime ptricj:

'. ;M. ). nt. Humor Corrector. I Il rum the evils of penury.Pampbleiselanatoq. Honey Dew Cavendish Champagr.c iMJ.-r in ,on bee bylaw.erlheywillbebaned.

S Clerk of tit City Oouneil Chat1esIIDD l'r, office l Pure'and Medicinal Cod Liver Oil. of theprinciples of Mutual and pw at retail,by 'B. E. CARR. PETER CAPE U, '

1 ,uhe Council: m. : 'r. i I A Anti-Dypefric Mixture, Cough and C.thall, Life Iasurance,1hnd illustrating fir advantages, with I 5- Administrator
;; J J t SCity Martlaljhtd, Clerk of *.Ae Varkrt,, F..P.. NVrvine F .uDle Pill-. A forms of'lppWo-liioni; be obfaiued tri the office or I Tax Collector's {u1e. Augustine.. SeptcniVr 2It,1950. St.
I erreira, ; T fie &c the Company 35 Wall".'or oTiny'of: its agents. virtue; of the vested in -- .
j \ '. I; ; : ] \rmifusre, Female Spec ,, zc 11 BY power me by law I -- --
/ Vt' JJied by *im romtantly and witk vitpreeedeiifadturcett TRUSTEES ; expose for sale befote the'Court House at afirc.

AUCTlOKECR. : in the treatment o* 'r Jos B Collins David C Colden. i Mellonville in the county Orange, on the first Monday SIX months after late I shall! prr eii M

J .. D. .arr.'' fl I Colds Coughs ConuuMtion, ,A th.,.a. Heart.Dijeasn. Win J liyrlon.' Alfred Edwards, I of February next. the following described properly : nnd voucher n? Aifnjiniinulri.x! ; my( liar
,. y R H McCur, ). -Wm B hs, I much thereof will the Eatr of William (JihJ '
Uypepsia Sqfua.! Skin Dueasfi, ,cr so pay elale and county rM. deceased, lo the II"
S. MERCHANTS. Rheumatinh, Fert Complaints, S Bred Winston.'; Joseph 'Junt.C lax'due thereon feif the year 1850, to'nit: ud<;e of I'robate otMa.ima! Cponry, dr a fiwH

S Bttrrotgkt E. Carr. Wholesale, end Retail
i tint quality family Groceries of aI! .kjhk JJ.h Pr. Filch' ,RDqualled'Pafent John P Yelv rton, Henry Wells, supcd&ed to belong to H. Saddler.. opp v for. Letters of Dilmi jon n.s such AJm.'nHrti'
titrm North Abdomiual Theo SeJgwkVw Moqre, S I' JOHN SIMPSON |fio of which all persona interested (
S lora&c.. No.9 Eastside Charlotte S Silver Platc4 ; iu said E8i 11.;
:, lilie Publi ici *re. "' '" Supporter*., : Stacy B Tolling. Zebedee (Jpok, S Tax Collt'ttor.o c., >"/ take' notice S

I S John H Swift, Jona Miller; Nov. 2.1P5o.____ __,_ ANN JOhNS A, mintsirstris.Newunstille.
S tfarge Brt. Dealer in Staple Flue) Dry I>r. Fitch1. Improved Plated John Wadrfworth David A Comltock.S S f
'."ooJs, Welt fide of Charlotte street a Jew :doom "Slec-1 Sprint: HhouKlcr,Hriiro. M Robert !Tax Collector' Saili Flu \.rT.J.pIUATTt"' *** t
; *'olfih"of Treasury Lane. Dr. Filch'd Silver lubaliug GOUT Cornell M James Shuyler, BY virtue'of the power vested in me*by law I haIlS -- ."- JIIOt'3d. J :. i
Wilkins -
frth ij, Wtttman!Wbolerole and Retail dealerS Titbe. John V L Joseph Chambers,, : (or sale before the Court house at I oJi; ,*
Prnyn Tuckerman e.
S 1 S. Dry Goodlo4. GI'Ol' rW'. Grocery store on the DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX: Fred Moses H rinnell lonville in the county of Orange on the first MondayS S : Q IX weeks after .late I shall S .1
Whitllesey, 11'11110
i the
S i 1\un" floor -of (he 'Uotrl-:1)ry Cpeds: I3wre. LKCTUUES Charles Ely Wm J Bunker of February next the the following described proertyS i Probate for the t'ooar Of SI. jLmf'lt Jt1dr'

5 O ,:I'rher of Picolata and St., George sireeT" opposite OK S THE rnE\'EKTJOJI AICD CURE OF, !John C Cruger Eugene, Dutilh. orsorfcuch thereof will pay the state county I of Administration on the Estate of.1oQf Sooi3

t !, i.1. Court House. : '* Cantuinption, A.thma, Di'la't'-i 1M, Walter Joy, Francis S Lathrop lax due thereon for the year 1@5O.to wit :. i 4cl. -S |
N. Pi"f.... Dealers in Fancy 350 acres belonging to or suppo.ted to belong to B
jnttet & tt S Heart, ff.and on the method If Ft. Alfred Pelt J 0 "Thatcher.JOSEPIf -28. J$'. i?. B. GIJ.
S 1 IJolel' on' East Charlotte Gobert,south of boutli canal. S S .
the Planters Smyrna --
5 -
G.OdJ.c.. opposite '
and B. COLLINd
". erring Health Beauty lo an President.. Double taxed. JtwiioE -

550 '.41eofCharjotteitreet.'.. Pedro Benel. Dealer Groceries,llroYilion's. Sic.imne oLl.qge. ISAAC ABBITT, Secreary.( JOHN SIMPSON.sheriff and S it lt person* hll1"mI any rhims? orS detwsl
.tree-'t'.''"'' This 7>ook should 1 e in?every family. ."olheJ'ooumplive ( JOSEPH BLC.XT .Coun8 1lor. Tax against therstateof HESRV
3t.'G /ft
S of Cuna and orge collt'cior. o c.Nov. KIAMC.tale
I it the only! reasonable hope for G. R. FAIIBAJKS Agent S'. Augustine,Fla. Johns
points out ,
in8Iila1{ provjiens 2 185o. as creditors heirt
S ; Manuel Cretpo. Dealer stores ; ;legatees,o f;flk,i .
> relief:: To motherthe directioof it giver for1:the care Feb 16th. **** S wise, are hereby notified
S Ate., corner of Charlotte and BNd'e"ittreels(| to present them to'lM' Mscnber
1 Tax Collector's Sale.
Invaluable. .
and edncatida of Children are 78,000 within
F. /. Qfaer.Vatch maker office and of DrjPeck.Tkot. Jeweler.: ono conies of this look have passed through th!press,and 'Tax Collector's Sale. H Y virtue of tll,. power vested in nje by law, I will be forever two barred.years And from the date hereof,PttSff f
9 nVariy opposite indebted *
irgtrrett. the .continues unabated I r 'Tinue'ofth power vested hi me bylaw I shall expose for sale before the Court Houv at I estate are perrons to
required to make
WeUjn. Retailer of Doo. Shoet', 101S For Safe by 8. S. F/TC/f 5 4" Cm 707, By shall expose to sale before the Court House Mellonville in the county of Orange on the firs Monday F. immeu-Jate payment. 'ISepC
aide of Chariot street DRIDIER .'
S Hits fee., east corn Admm ltllr
k '' Broadway, New Xorkan door in the city of St. Augustine bn the first Monday February next the following described properly J3. J85O.
.atlotts street Treasury Lane. of next, ,the described I much thereof will the .
February following ,or so pay Mate and county .
TO IsvjuVpi,
'tt Chirlotte ,
I LuAndre*. Tail street, much thereof wul I the due thereon for the and Wotlf
5 property w> as pay State 'tax year 1850 the necessary .
L netrtat t.1 S fir In persons 'usinjc Dr.: Fllch's ItemeI and county Tax due thereon for the year IESO,and t : expenses incident thereto viz : SIx, 31'anhiafte, dstLsu.pre.eai S ayicssW1
} Tailor harlotte Street, nearS to be had gratis of all his I
.7'I en dies the neeJar7expensesincident thereto,viz:' 18,000 acres belonging or supposed to belong ai4 vixehers. A4miDitatra&rix,J .
the $WGfori Bun. kept on hand by his Agents 300 acres I( fand returned by E. P. Ferreira for to the Estate Robert M'HardyGeorge R. Fair. Ch3r1V.1cMain.dect'l. .d to o17pJ

S S <. Jokn'Ptina.. Boot mil, harlotte'S.. street, near Aug. 31 R It. REID, & CO., Pilatka. Mariana Lorenzo.situate south of St. Augustine onMatauzas ''bI1Dks.agent. JOHN SIMPSON sheriff and I bale of A achua County for a final 4UCJIMIZT settlement! *l'af.
-,. oJ ** City,HoteJ.Jotcpk j ,- river,west of the oW Fort in Township Tax collector, o c. estate and shall at the same litne apply (or k'tti
t k I Lopes.' Muufseturer of Began, shop in Eastern Judicial Circuit of tlio Range 30 sduth ant1 east bounded north by land ofM No,. 2. 5' dismission as such Administntru of wtdcrsIpeISuI'
t'a : ?" : '' State of Florida, Circuit Court ot L. south lands of interested in saiil
ov RttMcgS.uI5ealer' R ilestre. by F J Avice F Belts estate will take notice. 's
,,t ., : -: 'f \ In Dry Groceries and ProviI. 'St.. JTdbas* CHANCERY/County.' aDd J F Waite,east by the river,and west by land Tax Collectors Sale.By MARY Mc3Wt

.' t'. S atGoiCfa, .i'* Street, 'a,- flew Tu Rs*, Houih;.f the-4y ,.IN, of F Belts and JF Waite ; said !tract of land was virtue of the (tower vested in me by law, dminiitnBU.( ,.

i t lt/. **t: .Ii. Jt' eter BeneUEstate' A 1stra tOf .I' ..S... granted by the Spanuh Government to B MetreJr.rettirn I snail expose for sile before the Court 'Jan -. -

f'!MeNu MWHO $ NMlgnn. Cabinet, irnkers.corterof .. aQr of F. f'. fJancbei. .as3d rattT < ;. *. : "CQIie..t Mellon villein thp county of Orangey the JIt.1850.M'cRobert .
r / Ma-rliHioufce aajoinirfg/ the Conull rooirf.? ce4.. for the use''of Aahronnelander Bill for Account Unless ujles and expenses ':are paid ,before .tii.' first Monday of February -.eXE.tbe.IbUovtng ..ffCribf'd linker
f f
4' Jtfwt .5cack Jmitb/fcnd Ciitf'Smith uhirthTjCrik "1 Complainant Marshaling 'Assets I. day of sale.' prop y, or so much thereof will pay the state ATTORNi'r4.. COUl'WJEL'LOJ
5 t/of ih '' 1'" < V:; r'..1 AgaIit sod Distribution R. B. CAIfOVA Sheriff ATLA1y S
S I :S O Citji" o and ex-ofll and county tax due thereon for the year 1650,and the : '
I (?. : ,' '. f :i{ _i- .. George W. McAllister.claimw' Estate of,Peter Tax Assessor and Collecter' c. necessary expenses incident thereto,to wit: JA :KSOcrrLLZIJF. ..
I S be Exee .0fJi b | Mitchel ed. .t. Augustine,Oct. 26th, 1850. J WILL practice jn the Coart
AMU8EJMENTS.Bittitrd Uig to htoF l' ,. 1 170 acres belonging or supposed to belong to the 'ot ;Ea.tf C"aa
It. .
S : LongwcrthdecdJ.andf*fn -' .. '. PooLS in Hamilton cGUnl1 ofihe Middle
Talk Bowling Alley. .9rajfow&rd.. .1 rr 5 ,S ,' .5 heirs of Antonia 1 and Clmdr. a.
.-S S S HowiraBnUJRHgiiMarket square.It .'II' Sj I II Defendants. Wax' Collector's JOHN SIMPSON sberiffsnd Hu1lsboronghcounte, r. ..
; jH' the
I '"Howling JfJbyr&f.*.<..*> Sefretkmentt! by appearing by Affidavit i inthis Court. that Defendsnt virtue' of the Sale. NOT, 3.: Tax collector,o c,_ I Supreme. oan at TaIlfj ; ... r.
j power vested in me by law, I States Distrrcl Court
'It' : f IT S for! the
: Nortbtom
J' Hotel. W. McAllister DiIcrict
j F/Bridkr.Cfty George ,living at nil expose for sale before the Court ,House S I Florida and will .
1' PLWp Gnus.' Retailer of Liqaors. Itefreshmeais, resides beyond the limits of the State o'loridavla... | door In the city of 8t. Augustine oa the first Mou- 'Jl'as Collector's Sale i i'B' States before; Iongresr4 prosecute claim apwa thiV

&e.. Charidtu street opposit i'Bridier.fs, BowUugAlley. in the State of Georgia. S day of'Msy next the following described yiqpe of the power vested ia me bylaw, I lDgton. th,DlopenG" rJlt.ui '

'S I ".- -i- r r iff It 1s therefore,oa motion of Wm. A. Forward' Solicitor orc'-maehl thereof will the State and property shall expose'lor sale before the Court House Being located I'
S t S. .\ S. Ordered that publication be made in .tax due thereon (or the year pay 1850 and the county,r doar in the eity of St. Augustine on the first Mon hi. tatire and at 1.'CftYm for lift,he wit

"1 STAGE-OFFICE. some Newspaper printed In the .Eastern Circuitof expenses incident thereto, viz : necessary day of February next,the following described prop and an business Bnremi io C'Ueation tGMpCOk

;I S Office of (k* Pie W. MAlSitie.. 'Bridiefs' cIty Florida, for fov months successively,, from this 100 acres Und more o*'less,situated on the south erg' or so much thereof will pay the State and 'prompt 1entiea.eatraited to his care shall steel P

. flocL.'S ., *' V III i i fCHURCHES. date requiring said Georlte''I. McAllister to plead I, of Jnlington creek in th*' county of& Johns be county tax for the year 1850,and the necessary expenses 8f. AugasUne. August +

5. ; I : S_______ S answer,or demur to said Bill.or the same will be takrapro longing to Henry Hull a nonresident purchased incident thereto viz : 31._1850._ _.. L
S ;. ** .- by: 790 acres more or less on the south of (bolee '
, f' S I C../C M. S iM S tae said Henry Hull from James James, and return' Jnlington : Sneer..
, j?.st..I Cslsslie Cknrtk. Ncrthsjde Mpnumensquare. THOS. DOUGLAS, Jdge. fc ., _e. ed by William ,AFqrwzrd.&t due creek ia the county of St. Johns returned in 1849 i A FINE let or Bauer, Lad. Ckeeeeal
... tuw, by
Pit I : S I : James Jsmes. Not returned Crsrs '
; S : t.t Certified to be a true Copy. -. Henry Hull f IBM fiOO 42 by for 1850. I HamjBa PWt- ***** I f
[ S .' Episcopal Ckvrtk. Booth sjde Monument square. Witness my H.nelaDd the Seal of said County iu'.t25 percent on State Unless 5 taxes and expenses are paid before the and 'Fult Market Be '

S I Prt&terUn Ckrckm"VA 'titl Geor, .{ street. [L. S.] Court the 15th J.Iy. 18W. Unless taxes and elpeDIe',n paid tax before the day 11 day.of, .-. at- reun., B. E' C.' :;
" S S 8cmth ( f *! 1'' S : 'I P. B. DUMAS.. of. sale. R. B. CANOVA. $SherUTaad ex oC Irb"- S

\ \ S ..Met.i.dat i4pel. s.t. 'Qeorge"street. near the I Cirri C. C. .S:. Joknt eo..t r. R. B. CANONA, Sheriffsndex-off. S Tux Assessor and Coector.a/c. and Scotch WIIbker. "
I\ I..qba fles.1 .: !" .", $". .' ". '. '1 U Jy20,1850.S Tax Assessor St. \ .H,Oct 6th 1850. S S gCOTCH kLCjJey1oyj lnts 10d5Qii. .
5'5- and
! l .' .., 'roD.elor. s J r. MaJefra WrrT. and Port '
w ChI
, Wuei,
S :i.. .5 St. Aagattine, Oct. 26th 1850.labbaeea. -- .,
It", .l.'j CIRCUIT Old Vlrgiala Batter, Han, Lard ., Ullltarr Blacking.5 S Brandy.HoJUyrf Gi.. MooonfoU ?t I.U
; ,' ,>-?', :. S TI1P 4 1 ,opu.nttmXr.: !... 'INit. lot VirgWarHsms; jo' dodo: Shoulders Potatoes' Apple. uaj received few dozen Reno 7| Leather fan- Feb9.Wines... .4< ,fer sal M .

; : ',' i .ftu. C dodoYulton.mrkedfliinpdodo Dried.Beef, "Oer schooner lupsey. CQW,aDd, choke articles.I JIJAT to water and gives the surface an Kle- ,* R E. CA

.t ,1. .,t' S : efsOranjeand WrkD 8t Locie. :at.Mel. do ro* Mess Beef do do Butter. ,do d.Leaf Lard.'Apples f 'Vegetsbles, assorted ean. ,Apples.! PotatoescTbhnges.stnaf : pDt poUsh without destroying its soft staple and elas G Ies; PrOVbk\u" .,
: tfieCoa'nties ?
; S. ir.i Far : Tuesday, April. ,', .jI i Cibbages, Onions, asrorted, Cracm/F10rtcla for sale bntieh.dpioosJlay.; Oats Corn,, tie qiahtieS. )iA. t ; lot of Butter. &t..c j 1
. ionrintt'OD"/t.itbfrd PHaika se nd Tuesj Oran Ee;;'I.'Drie Fruit'. rcrSchr. Gipaey. *. Bea D'. Rice at Wnofesale' 'cVretail Rececramended for Barneses Orriages. .6.. S ''B Pork. Crackers FaTeaEfMel

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