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: July 26, 1851
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: UF00048575:00049

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-.. ." '" .' ; : 'bycrecpin td tnd( *surraco.rind l.b"titi. ?' Northern senthfwnta;ontb t .s iGpeaft.r., J!)"CIiirl"lDf! ; the late .poisoning; case near
?'B.Ar: VJI.Ir A ".UICLtt'Df W brick hero atrd a stone iherir,* or find a tog 3f tho' tforts'of .the,English.French,and t| pliesvme,,Indiana Such utter malignity n*
: ftatxhs will b* inserted at SEvU'1'V it where ,heir nosi's can snuff n little American counsuls dissuade the black Eru. .t u here developed did not, suppose could ,

. :Titt Cwrspnf r square of 13 lines or wader, for the ( : ; but if fought! down, find covered. over i pcror from his intention of invading the Dominica Tend a lodgement in the. female breast. The ft ':1
JD to .oit.aac1 ..tr' Com for each subsequent I finally give it ui. So if a tree be thrust n territory, he says: I following is the letter: .' J
I r' will be nlHIc for noises ln< close clay l or its roots! nre kept under ulft'ieo' Consuls shall succeed in dissuadinghim t f. GosroarJane. &, 185U I
. ilci liI'.adAdedaeUOD it refuses either to, be an aquatic or to (Soulouque) from hisnnrch: and thus Jw/:. Dear IJrother Btnfdkk have. just I.I

.sorted. JOTIU. months. F i ii up wilh its alrcininou pfisoa., It will restore peace to this loiu distracted and most closed my meeting berg, and to-morrcnrf- i t.
,"j" m.Bmra (l us little ns possible, and die thefirst op unhappy island, they will richly) deserve the start for my fathers Instead 'at coraregtr/: 1

Will be; executed on reasonnl. \ irrms. .' \ "=" /VainV F "lItr. ptau' its of tho'cn'i1lZcd world. I am sure, you ass intended. Two of ry sisters naYo"
\. 1 .. '. ithu}civilizoi world' are ingnorant of the man been the. .
; .. ..... - ; -- & -u r -V; V ; poisoned iq following manner with ;
-V: llAYTIENSWxsnrsaTQX- *>, ,' '.. _' ncr in which wars are carried on here or they arscnic; us I am informed to-w11 Din Richard-.,
; '. ; ;; ,' -' June 17 1851.: would long ago have exerted their influence Treat who lives near my father has his second w
.' Incorporated by llic Lic'fihlaturo 61 ; : : : in someway prevent the barbarous scenes wife he had three boys..by his Irat j. :
News .
PeaBltlTRuli1. '. ;i! .i-,v. ; !"' ito''s 0{1M '1 ark. ''ri6une\' enacted and ennctin.c.berl..11AJd Wife, and some three by Tm last. Bis first '
d. FOR THE PROMOTION OP THE '. '- A.friend. has.just called jny attention Loan, in relation \o the, naval preparations mother-in-law was much opposed to his second .'
J '." ,- hrliclo'in yqur; paper' of tho 5th instant ,then' being i made for an attack on. ,the.Dominicans marriagel1nd has been his enemy ever .1
. \ .. ;r ;' TlB.. : ; "1Cd"The St.-Doming tnnexation Sche ne,' the eaim writer says:- ** .. -v since. On last Saturday week his wife made I

.., '".' .' 'il .. .' '+RTEB. {."'"" .' / : :)vhlcfi I-find the'followJihgstatementht KXlious as the slave tradels justly regarded a wool-picking, an f'; : tt 7 l. That, fwas sent to titp-t. \. i island by, Messrs. philanthropy: and humanity would say, women and two .of my sisters,Kitty and. I
''J : ,. 'IIi OFPI, ita: .:- j 'nnd-ucbnnn. ', .,'. far soOner: furnish vessels for that service I Eliza, went with the rest. I t,

1, Sexax' C. f'Axxt. Pr eecdtat.wWtttaAtt, uD, htξ I .2. (It is jJtslriu ted) that! whilo there; as the than for this.' In regard tho forcible I la the meantime, his first mother 'IrMawr 1". :

.. Y'tul'niM.t. EDaeto r. J1GacucJlr, :Tre*... > : !=!tlc representative the United States, ofvc'ims they are the sam, but in> Africa old Mrs. Clark, bad procured arsenic, and .J I
If .rrrr,e.H.DutLD..B: Ordilr, &erelsrysllxeiw /, I ; ;mtde proposals,as the agent of a company of then victims: Jave: neither_ intclliiterC} or induced the oldest boy to put it into the dour ; ,
''W.Dtwzt,Cerretptdie a See.Jolio an speculation,-to supply the Domini civilization and, ire but little above the for this avowed purpose of killing his fathers1: ; '

-.. r I M1i government with war steamers nnd colD: brutes; whilo hero I have seen< the "soldiersin stepmother! and her children, telling: biml p
II : : from the United States. ,thcit rage surround the chapel of the that in that case he and his two brothers' J

S fUiQ Cbarfn 1'oppan'Jritnea; Wallace. 3. That the ultimate object of tho United Methodist, Missionary on the Sabbath, and would inherit, the farm and all the property... '" :..

Pater.Iron 1 : : : \, J the purpose of theproposals so" alleged to worth were such as to render them au honor the evening before and the whole com-' a
4 .. U,Jonrph IX Stewart,H. D.. Edwin R.Cope, ve been made by mo to that government was to any church in Amri 'o, and march: pany ate of thebread, and were badly poisoned ,
:k fdw*M f.Jh b llJuMo }*. Hart,A. M", ; annexation of the Island as slave territory I them in insolent; triumph to 'Lt lace,' from to the number of 31 or 32 None have .7

""(/'.,.".,. Jamea L. Claghorn the United States. whence'they were sent on board the slave vessels died of our latest date,'yet several were not #
y .Everi..t cb for tho Tear 1851, I. Permit me to say that the singular confusion ," (note that it is the Hayt'cn vessels of war expected to recover. It was expected that;. f
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of FITE DOLLARS, dales in tho editorial referred to. and the intended for the subjugation of the Domin- Kit) ( Elder M. 's sister;,) would not survive ...
Will... nrf',r4fr each Subacription ofIIUNTWGTOX'S ( ; political revelatipn't extracted from .icans, that arc thus slifmclized by the writer) many days. -Old Mrs. Clark is in custody-
' a print AND HER purely commercial enterprise, might seem to "without so much as an opportunity to,bid .. %* As ever yours .
"CIIRlSTIANA bean ingeniously resorscd to tor the pur adieu to mothers, wives, and children There *'1 M. Mersr?as.y .- .:

,;. 'CHilDREN" ; :; of catering to appetite of your readers, are those on this island who hive been i 1.1 u*; "., ,.
b. .t.. ,B1t""d. lf JOSEPH AXDRWS, Button t of showing oa what small capital, an ex slaves and free black. from nearly every From the Rala! ; KDeof Mute July 5.MIRACULOUS ,
AND THE COMPANION, << leader can manufactured in these quir-t I Southern State. Agnin and n ruin I tune ESCAPE.. '

J) print t>nitigt9n'< "MERCY'S DRL.(;U,; But as 1 wish to believe that you, were heard them say that iho Uayuen militarv During the heavy thunder storm which visited .
h B."r.r-rd".4. II. RITC/lIB, Nct/1 i'Yrk by a bo.ter motive, I beg, leave to service was worse thau any slavery they our city on Monday evening' ragt.the tf .'
known you and your reader JiuJ over known.Vhulnvnr' ._i'ti ru. ..J >naslitrnv'old nu'.a* strmflL tac itirtcfcuat C\tllet>-inf
Dr1 b5.clit>iee C1lUJr.two col 'bt"r Joring 'That I: ; Dwnlnjt nth-' or". ncwF protvst.lMi; thenam
t isu was UV.tCltU\.tJurtf' "; ( this Institution, and passing downwardtcrred eJIo '
', .'....18.5. +" ) Messrs'.Polk' rind Ouchannh, but by Gene '': of humanity, against: their being sold to the printfhg. office by a door opening'

", ,'I' nx: Taylor and Mr. Clayton;' that I was not this government' to the North. In its course it passed! between
1.-JMD KlKTfs INTCRTIEW n'It-t:; .NnT Qrtcs:' ofHJOT &. because I IYtus a Southern man, skilled! i By publishing this', my reply to your and partially sTruck two compositors Who
f ,,PMtd l| Ltutzrftieredly1artaiw. 1j 'taluui"in the annexation line" but IM-C use editorial of, the 5th inst. you. will muchoblige. \vcrastanding close together at the time injuring -*

L_Runt AND DOAX., Fainted Ig Kuthtrmel E.grtJred government rcquied:} sum confidential per them somewhat severely and render.
.t. Ey &u tYlA who spakt-} Spanish, to ...'pair.imi "'diate..I>' I BEN. E. GREEN., ing them,for the moment, quite insensible- .
.L 3.-MiJicv'a DUAX,r4'tJ Ipr llmitinston, E graceil I { thu West Indies. Nor di.11 accept thu mis Taking a Southerly course the lightingdaah-, .
,, j 6 y Kittkit. out of any zeal T* 'nnnuxntion: but reluc DISCOVERY is EG\TT.-;A most interesting ed through the waif of the o iee-and-enters ,
,4" *.CntuTUXA 1 AXD mx CIIILPHES, Painted If Huutinsloti -. ", and, us it'ttinititl 1 out, unforitinately for discovery has been mado in Egypt. It is ing the kitchen through another wall felIed''J
, lrgraerdytudrewrAnd : ) :If,ns the conditions on wnhh; I consented known that (hero exists in Mount Zubarab, situated to the ground a negro woman'( the cook, ). ;
a copy or die I ) go, nn.1 which \tcfs intended to c impen ati I on an island in the Red Sea a mine, of who was at work there. '
.' Pkl1a'delplliu Art ruiasi Reporter, lair>> the interruption of' my business, wuo emeralds which was f rmerly worked by the The young men in the printing office ar.

A moodily ntpbletconuiining a fjtorlof the trans ; fulfilled at the lime of General Taylor's 1 pachas of Egypt but abandoned in tho las oused by the screams of the cook fan to her :..
attionsof the lo 'ltUI"n, Gild tnfoitntion on Ute death. As the g-ivcrnment has not years of the reign of MehcmetAli.An assistance and by % timely supply of water .. .'\
subject of the Fine Arta, : thought proper yet to make public the object l. English company have solicited and,re.- ,were'no doubt instrumental in saving' her life. 't
THROUGHOUT T1IE WHOLE WORLD. I and results of my mission, I do not feel at lib l ccntly obtained authority'to resume the vgprk- Dr. Uaywood was promptly in attendance. ,

'I() -- }. to state what.was the object. But I may i i ing of this mine, which is believed to be still Tko cook now lies in a precarious state,
The Art, Union of rii'da!elpltia award. prizes in with propriety say that it was either annexation rich with precious stones. Mr. Allan the .engineer she being far advanced in pregnancy;
its sown Car'iucatet wnh wench: original American H'P or the extension of slavery, as charged by I I of the company, while directing some At the moment the cook was struck,. them "
rorki"f Art way bepurcbd in any part Qf ihe U. ', you; that so far as I am i informed or believe, important excavaliohs in this place, has discovered were six to eight children in the fchachen : '
dates* at the ption and Mleelira' of thepcinun wb neither ever occurred to the minds of thosa I. at a great
1- ''may obtain a prize at the who sent'me,or was contemplated by me. cient gallery, which must evidently bo referred the slightest degree. How these children' r ..t.
: Aanaal Dictrlbnllon, 2. Your imputation that I united to the cf-.I to the most remote antiquity. Upon re and the printers escaped death is most miraculous '
Wlch fatetlaoeoft tie Erening ofOit.lasl week Is ficicl character of diplomatic representativethat moving the rubbish they found tools and ancient more especially the latter who were-- t .
Year. of an agent for a company cf Am rican utensils, and a stone upon which is ;engraved riot' more than two yards from that part of
..... Jag fiery COMMITTEE OF THEART.UNION speculators, is wholly undeterred and. the a hierolyphic inscription, now partially the wall shattered by the passage of the fluid. ft
THE, EXECUTIVE. choree that I made proposals il\ the latter defaced. This circumstance proves the It was most videntaJ.
', i I capacity\ while I was "His Excellency, or duly truth of the opinion 'expressed by Bclzoni, on The single"conductor on the front of the ,I.,
1. ,' y4'bep so requeue t,select work*of Art,without charge I Acredited charge de affaires of the United the strength of other indications that this building is fully proved by this accident Insufficient -.: '

..., '. ,orc.nnfUon, from their I t States," is wholly untrue. mine was worked in ancient times. .:, to protect it, and no doubt the'&urdof .

FltEE, G.VLLERy,2loCHESNUT STREET, My mission was a secret one, and I was not The nature .and form of the implements Directors will immediately see. the -defect .. .
may live ,ieluuic l time circumstances discovered the configuration of the gallery remedied. .
Lot them persons in the 'ountrf.ho: to mako myself known until! such as
L'"''' from G tlerite.or public exhibitions of the I should require;and inasmuch on the plan which has been so readily traced The injury to the building t: nl,only a r ;
(' *, FmC Ante arrival I made diligent inquires in regardto prove most conclusively that the ancient small portion of the tin casing of that cornc a

;: .. ... 1 my the; country,itt products wealth,capabilitcs Egypt tins were skillful engineers It seems of the building struck,being torn oflL ./
. members to
; e, M as to entitle it discovered that the first labors in the
f a.taily aa prtciicabl<< : whoso misconceptions.1 did not think necessary been ,
, ;A early number*of the Reporicr," whidi will befor- I or expedient remove. that my objectwas mines/ Zabarah were commenced in the Some matter of fact genius I'ZlPllbe knucliiles : '

','I ,::-- wtrded s.upon the receipt of the money to any part 1 I commerce and spuculation. I trust: that reign of Sesostris the Great, or Barneses Se- of pretty hands very roughly-Just hear I .
of the eoantry.t furanbectipboneor havo not availed yourself of this circumstance sostris, who according to the most generally him: ('
1 The Honorary Secretaries will Give receipts yon my conduct, but have received opinion, lived about the year 1C40 Delicate, beautiful hands! Dear Hiss how .
. "..." remittances may W.be made DEWEV to rather to been misrepresent misled by your informant. before Christ, and*who is celebrated by his do you conriveto make your hands so pretty ,,;,:

r. GEORGE Corresponding Secretary, I It made no overtures .while at Ban Domingo i immense conquests, as well as by the innutmcrablo ? And such rings, too, ns if to draw attention 7<
which be covered that et us feel tbjra Ob tk.vt- .
Philadelphia.CBAI I for contracting to supply'the government either monumentswith .. ...
Street S TT .
atOChesnut tender. :
colonists or steamers;but my advice Egypt.--V. y. Com Ad r'isu. how soft an :v:-+'J..0... "
with "
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.... ", ATc U. Y 'UIC PltOSEVI11lVU i' was frequently asked by the PresJdo.it, and by I Do IOU bake Miss!
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< .H :.t.'I'TUE. : many ouicr'influential persons, as to the best 1 A CCBIOUS HISTOEICII. FACT.:.Some hundred "N'x" .

.' ,. .}Ib'" 'OF WAt E GTON. II I means of procuring both, and promised that years oon: number of Professors the "" No.ItoYoupang.beds
, subscriber undertakes the collection, I would be tho medium of communication on Edinburg University attempted publish a
):.., THE: ..ent sad adjustment of an manner of .I' the subject if on my return to the United Slates' work which should boa JMrect.spec .mcn oft Do you "wash floors and scrub 4 the ROfar
the Conm. and kett ea. .
II accounts or demands against with one desirous to undertake %
claims, I should meet any raphical accuracy. Every precaution was
State or /|
meat of the United States, or any foreign such contracts. I left San Domingo in taken secure the desired result. Six experienced uNa""So .
of the public Departments atWashington. I I wo thought Look at your mother's.hands. ,
before Juneand several months
country; any reached\ heroin proofreaders employed, who devoted
... I May, were *
ashamed let'
Ain't to tbatroldi
with the government had andnCI' )
after connection the reading of each ,
my hours to page
.. Fen-
of Patent, Army lnd i Navy lady kill herself outright, while do not -
The procuring wit in or September.) for be it -
August was
> ,{" aionstbeeotlectionaaraccoualaaganettheGoenmeet to ceased,( ; it was thought to perfect, posted from daylight to dark, bat keep tho dust
.... from Washington proposals in my tho with no
.. other business warded up in.the halt of University a
;;-- ,aU hand claims,and every demand or contractors were Northern from your facts and the flies from your hands:
be paid
The real reward of JE50 would
and theta
the prompt name. tification fort Will .
kind d of
'" of whatever requiring influences" What are you good man com
4 prompted1 by no "slavery who discovered an errpr.-
. efficientatrvkesof aa atloroey or agent.A men to any person for your delicate bands
I sense you
mon marry
..? the seat of the *eocral > and actuated\ solely by the "almighty Yankee Each was suffered to remain two weeks:
..... ...... JI" residence fourteen years U page A person who is a real man would prefer to
Government, with a thorough and familiar ac- dollar;" and. the project was a purely com in the place where It had been pasted,before see them blackened occasionally b/ coming .
'tift! qealatasce with tba various systems and rotttlne of mercial one, having no reference to annexation the work was printed and tho Professors !I in.contact with pot bdoks and trasBgp&
public bsiiinew>> it Ow dlfierent ofTicea as veil as inCohgimj or the extension ot slavery. For mrqwn part, thought that they .had''attained the object for and calloused by a day >cr uro* robbing 61
--'.' added to this free access tc the ablest legal : however, wish not to corTceal that. n becomIng whi-h they had been striving. When the the weshboard. Pretty fingers indeed whAt-
.drllera,.if needed fostlfiea the undersigned npledglacthefunest tho medium of communication for these work was issued,4t! was discovered that leyeml they for but to move over the
.. aatiafaction and tie utmost iLs- j proposals, I'had a political as well as a money errors had k cn.commiUed-ono of which, I are stick through gold rings* Like pl4no'otto of the
Mtcb to those who mar entrost their baaiaesa fo his making obj'ct. That object was, not the ex- was in the first line of tbe first page a *\ of tbe CI1ath. many
..., taro Bring well known to the greater part of the tention of slavery,or the annexation of slave case of this kind should occur after all the vain things they are kept to
.elI.iJeGlot this district and to many gentlemen who' ; territory but solely to aid in protecting I precautions which had been used, after full show and, nothing. more. For our part 'we,
Lowe bqeA roeobef jnf both Housed .of Congress Dominicans from the attacks of their black and amplo time had been given for a correct would rather see them out in actual rorvlcb'and '
twelve rcen.lt is deemed aelet 1 to extendthis as tough as a coquetfa: conscience thaixgo
thvlast neighbors, the HavHens, and from a repetitionof and thorough reading, and that by daylight,
notice by apeeial references.Comtaualettioos the scenes of crime and honor which markedthe ut, errors in morning newspapers tender that a fly's toot will ..m'an in ,
. r most be pit yaid in all eaes.Charges and victory of the blacks over the French. col. carpers should have lamb little excuse for those who pression upon them f *
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xttn'' Tth business,but aaodrrk ia all eteea.Acldfe. .- oniits, and would again surely follow a successful are compelled :o read proof at two or three 'Ma said a little girfto her mother, 'do 'the s'
of the end and that In
them a hurry,
invasion by o'clock in the morning
1L ILaBl'ALDIKO Atff.. men wanttofctmariiedu ;auch/u the pro;
SI. Washing\oa, D.. C: of the Island. Thic sympathy, w.iich I am in order nol to mIlS the mails. a1' ,.. ,
I Avg. Dominican is I believe men
proud to profess for the as 1 talkiQnoot",*
.', : ., ."It.lce Uroceries. to every right minded foreigner who Hook and a friend came to a b&iI1C"Do 'Pshaw,what ire you
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'H .. ipeecCC season.. Wo, do ,notrpccllccl ever to have also 'nbseni-.rn iNo/lh 'eisct
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U ; importuncl'ond we have grer.l pleasure in seen all kinds of fruit
1 : laying before. our readers the following( report .. '!1t .!....". ,. ., tity'"andexce'llent tJ ti quality:tnan.}fh p than the cotton fabrics and .thuAba-nk. No Clint Mr.IJt111 accompanied Mr. WebsT.er :r:, tri
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i S I of it, (the only one we have seen)which. ,' ji The melons" wereyJarge.arid"h"ne ,and the irol.: Oppritd and Stuart a re' I ..-1
., II we copy from) Baltimore Amerlenn'Mr. [Qtiitttrr Or :atisatatudnts ASD. Dtisitprit3iF. : down the cotton culture-andwjj; !] >', slave ;"th'o'onlY; cabinet. ;'officers_ now, in Washing { '
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: J. N. Bruce : KES1ST4KCE TO ALL.. J tCtro, OPPOSE THEM. centelopcs coup ,not be t.ffled-then( Southerntrionds tt".
pf Wjnchtater, *bejnj : labour. On the :0thcrhnnd, our ."';' .- K t pat
: loudly called tor 1 the white dg \ ith its rich arid luscious flavor, *
: expressed hiimctf delighted % say.vcY; justlv* I think) that t. even
; tr to hear tho sentiments expressed by Mr I' ,' ST.! 'AUGUSTINE,JULY 26th, 1851. v t.o be succeeded,..ty,the royal purple unequalled "'Admitting the dubious fiypothcsis of thecultivation I. GREAT FRAUD ON GOVER )jE T. er.Oc
j 1 Webster, 11m!' declared that that very -'Ve..undp.fSti from I.
alrJinugb-bH :In any clime and both In profuse various quarters Ibat'I. for
/*had differed from thnt gentleman lon' niid \ Them'It Tojsl8, abundance. .The*, with their ofrflnx+ supplanting ihatt>fcotton,"the development concerning tho claim of ., sot

on nearly every question} of public policy, Pomegranates slave.lubo r. tito ult11.be quite us available inraising Gardiner befMrotbo Mexican Commission ytfor
is well known that pleasant 1 little fumyity 1 on1
: he extended to him. most sincerely, his raced a 1 pleasant .sic id and-rich bright crimson glo other 'afticU4nnd even fla% itself as which '4ne treasury. _paid ,s
; ".. of approbation. After some inn tea party 'of Uncle Sums officials was bules_ ,have'abounded! ,"and the.vino has furnished in the staple. and ..IWefit-ICYenlbnu. dollars, prove the Tb
i tho value of the Union &c., I'C'mntk" held'ri the 4ih in the outskirts Jour City- producing present; clAim fraudulent. .
) i ,its,rjch well ripened clusters, ,,of the The"'Flax:i1es the .division utterly the
ded with the i are antieiPatgf We are informed
following and that the friends of tboJJnioo; Party and juice in and lastly' we that the ease is before the
i The TvgiticeSlre.-Upon the fuitl.fuf disunion withoutJ'distinction oC pure great ptentcousness .o the country .into two parties TAt littn" grand jur of this District and that testimo lk
execution depends the perpetuity of the Uuion. opjuteid to K ,, have peaches rich rare and r pee These and the Anti-Linen. '" ny has been produceed t,. show that the Mcx+ cal l lI'
I .(A lause.) party_ were' inltealo Tissist iu-toasting, with sea breezes and sea'bathing, the nromat- icnn /tlenlde, by whom ,the documents were, .

1 Mr/Webster said-I am lad to hear these Fillmoro too-but it did'nttake : the democracy ick cigar of native growth, and 'the easy TUg; THEORY OF THE GOVER 1IEST[ ,. ou.bcnt1. ntftd. receivc.rt\ventyrei i .ihousaad tJ .:

t ; nntimcnts of devotion lo the Union expressed wen'Lnown to boys majority in this rfafci far 'nlente of our,pleasant: tropical abiding dollar for the service. l7ten: :

,! ; by Mr. Bruce, who, PS I understand, has County, there not tb cro and according to the with his for The war of the Revolution was undertaken The rrpnctll that Gardiner In 9 moment of
place ,Q our "deyil" cry in order to maintain declaration that the irritation revealed ,
that I.
J. lfferebl from mo upon. many subjects M! many the cfftin was fraudtilent -- :
,,,, Republicans! rule reasoning that: ones op- 'unwelcome visitor. old thirteen colonies: being absolved bv ,
t other retnce'tablo and worthy men have copy a most\ v< --nnd that! Jvwa9 known tosuch' by' asIc

1;d 0', But.w\ritc er. tmtfjOm&...lhe". "sal a.' well known by the com : their own solemn act, from !all allegiance too ,&tM4f, the partcwcogce. 2_ _W.,wit*% I LIj b :
k i but IfcwJK'orfcA Co. ondPtaee.Sarat ern t or. a BtltlllQ-'w, a:: ree,
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.: f fwoen. *' us. orop:. n'., fit Ott i ,;t ey it ns p4cu..1' .she.' roves thatthe:;: : ,=- .. J.- .rF I II ,

tit .. '.. .. i nrenTiw forgotten, and the only'question that bo1< i .} .. traycf* g it.i and rather, I taidtnined thelrlml .: procteds; that II. -lei, 4v}j -, muro J hnuslou ..." ,
j ; _.ir!ow pskud. of any man is, arcyou: II' Union andtgcre: opposed! tp-it; 3 .y 4 convenienf for the unfortunate Now Yorkers by obtaining! the ,victory in that "war? the fifths, he did not care how soon, thc, werh.c. e
j" .' ] The 4fepublcan neglected in' publishingthe arises ia, and I it is rile most and '' whPc
man ? (Great cheering) The ouetion,'t question now .im posed compelled to disgorge. lAs for:hfnt- :
this time,'i* th6 Union and bow 'to preserve toasts to add the official disignation which, who can't leave the city Is to jump on board po tnnt of ,all the questions connected wilh! self ho was going to Europe!, and would. .be: ej! pa

I t i:. .. i its blessings for'the prcsen' and for all time attached! to themand which should 'have the. steam ferry boat and'crossover to Hobo*, the theory of overlfmch'', the, origin of parties safe with. his eighty thousand dolliw. H

',. t:I to come. To preserve thnt .Union we must I been attached in Border that Fillmorc too ken, on hour or two before that beautiful ,and the rights and duties of tho Stales. This transaction'; will now be unveiled. It aA
I P., observe i 0111 Did the States; l lose their'nationral character it shall > that this
In good faith 'ho Constitution nnd have known how his union of rural nd manncattrac.tions is desecrated npp( ar governmenl ate |
might faithfully '
4 t,/ ,its part?. If'that constitution be hot observed ap P w hen they entered into the Union? CUrT n tcmpiine. : to di'bursojhrcemillions and a.haIr, R.
.nnd Its provisions set aside the whole of it pointees acted as good loyal subjects and by the coarse noisy' presence of the State ever lose its national character and 'i I. subj>ct to such mon trou. fraud In a single* t! has

t t d. ceases to -IKS binding. It ,would be absurd to how, ft-w were absent. crowd. In the sail which, the trip ,renders still remain a State, Can, it, part with any clnim, what 'are 470 to infer on to the dis nr

:' suppose !.hat cither tho North or the South ... :-.-; across the. ,North River! with its,jmagnificent .portioi.of its sovereignty, and still remain a bursement of fifty million annually? ., i IC
.' has the tho State.-;.still remain a sovereign? The answer We have understood 1 to
power or right to violate any a part! 4'Fatuily. of steam boats, hay-sliiop.and regatta never bcforo the full
I .of thnt Constitution then claim from the panorama is, ,It cannot, furit .b! of the very nature of value of the nr2Pmet1f. advanced in favor of .. :;,; cc
other observance of 'Its ,provisions. (Ap "If you like not my poem, tho faulumay: craft one may fill- his..lungs 'with, such sovereignty. to); possess unblemished power! this
plause.) If the South: wete to violate any possibly bean my wrilinJ i!,*but more probably air as Is not to be had_ in Broad way nt < nr and the very momentit parts absolutely with, !surprized ? the robbery from tho South of her' : [in

,I t part of the Constitution would the North. be tin in your morals which cannot, last the price. I; am in the customof trying, ,it overTp1orninl' nit 'portioe, :of Uts; power ,itsr power become share of Cnlifornin,'was.a fraud of such wfucndnus -'

jany;(( onger bound by it t and if the North truth cfjt.M [DaYDEi. oJ' and, on the whole think it_ rather uhitea, and it consequently! I loses nil l "tiUo tothe $ :ichnracief, ar to demoralizo the' '.!,

\ grin deliberately to violate any (part of$ it, We know::,of'no word in the English! language tho 'custom of those ,possession1: nt "sdivoi'c lnty., The :_ltleS whole action of government, and ta destroy' 0
f. would the South' .be bound;any longer to ob- which so.hptly: applies JO our coje'mporary the preferable to prevailing, ( :; once sovereign,, and as 'Slates arc alwayssoyerfligh. the priori let)of political! 1 morality. Why the to," ..r(

) r-* ,.scrve Its obligations How,' absurd it would! Jacksonville Rf> the above and to who can afford it) of suburban'/esidencc.! The moment' "they' ceaso- to bo amount or F,this Gardiner fraud alone would ,_ J'

t .be to suppose when different parties enter In- publicah Hoboken has become quitch. place for sum sovereign, they> ceaio to' be Slates, and are' support,two Staler governments of the South r.r" Y -1 l'

i t $ Ito compact for certain purposcsfthat either this tmfoitunato quality i it further. adds ingratitude mer bnardin So has Slaterf Island,'whlcb reducedback to !lhe''conditiori of dependent{ a whole' year. Arewejo filter that n Union :: d

I : eon disregard any one provision and expect !! .of the deepest dye. To our kind solicitation about half hours Rail hence.In colont i. ? st), widelyJ cxtendeJ )beyond that control! uf .' : V
Is at an '
1 ; ;1 i ,the other to .observe it 7 I injend to observe over its welfare and promise of con -. Weloftcn hear the United+ States spoken of the' people, nnd the responsibility( ofa(straw 't1

'I I ,and maintain and carry out'to its fullest' extent tihual watchfulness it cries QUI lIke' a crossed an ante-breakfast yesterday on the. as !:a nation'but' t this,. is' on..f>
t i' the Constitution. fit tho United Stales child aad .;, Battery I noticed ,n fact which may be interesting from Ibo consolidated governm nts of the. can bo cleaneil: I b)'. the advent of n repub
t which I have: sworn to support (Cheers.) It hurls, at us ddjectives> of most extraordinary "to the naturalists. old world. In this country, each Stale' is a' lican party, that will restore' the government! :

f ....is written in the Constitution that' persons length and> great rotund ity.. ::':The It was, the of what .appearcd'at nation, as much so, now, every whit, as it to itfunction*' and its surly, and indemnify', j}
I :' bound to labor or service in ono.State.esca Dictionary suffered and the Heavens quaked appearance: was when the Union was formed, and 'the I ISlaic the South for the enormous wrongs she ..has'sustained.

i t ping into another shall not be' discharged but amid the flashes of its lightning xvo 'waited at a cursory glance to belnnumerable: white, *, together, from a.confederacy of na .

i .' from such labor or service because of the to discover of blossoms fallen from the trees upon the grans, tions. There can' be no such ,thins:'as divided The names of lOcrnl parole of hueh Ihln.J _

t laws of Ibo State into which they may escape. something reason or something not unlike,nn apple orchard in June. after n. sovereignly divided /J11t.ginn.;..'. without dirk arc d*.eply implicated in this;' uffilir.. but tf
';) r That los much Jt part of the constitution oT argument But dropping the language: at the same limo thorn bcmji, a limitedsuvctcignly we for lira r designating them until further development tt

:: ,as any other and as equally binding of badinage now really as an earnest rcckcr hard blow. Upon clrser observation, however' i but: sovereignty hs" : n., limiH. *.-Southern Prts.t; : t

I .and obligatory! n* soy other. (Applause.) after knowledge we would be pleased to have of this phenomenon found that what I hnd exceptthose imposed upon ii by its own ...ill.It I- .. 1t

I o And who denies this f .No one but abolitionists the Republican furnisrPsome of iu at: .first tpken for blossoms were delicate white may choose, for its own nccomm d.tiun, .
of tho And V what I is. itT patriotic to exercise of its FATAL DUEL. ,
Norlhk. pray a portion sovereign .
r milleors butterflies in a defunct or dying power
or !
they will liot deny*! (Great applause.) They articles in defence of Kijjhtjj.. We through an 'agent specially appointed for tae The lIn irtllnaleand exeiiin-r brawls whit
I have but the one idea ; and it would seem have seen much of its devotion to its. party condition. To count would have been pur.vose. Ana such is the histo. y urlhu,distribution have agitated for gimm days .the Whiirs; of v 1

: 4hnt-these fanatics at ,the Northland tho secessionists and we have been but little cl C. ,As tho Republican what Dirk Swivcllrr calls a "stiflcr" even for ot the sovereign power in.this country tho'Second'Iua"cpnlit: ; ,., have jilrendy Pcc l- t

'\I. of the South areputtfng their heads has, assumed the Catechist nnd wo "young Riiflbrd), the wonderful mathemati-- the Stales in their own right exercising; sioned one I.unenrablo and l mast deplorable

E ."g together to try,and devise some means to de- have cinn.:' Many thousands of these, litll" insectsin portion of thin power and the federal government occurence. A dunl! was Jim/ht' yr,' tcrday.; .
4 ,.. ..foal the good design ,of honest and patriotic politely answered it:* queries willj i it not in its own right but because it ,was, about o'clock, betwi'en Dr. Thomas Hunt .1 :
amen. kindly favor us with its replica to white dresses were clinging with tenacity ami J. W. Frost, of the. ; "
Mjiplausc.) After soon otncr remarks ,.. some appointed to the duly Uy.the State, exercising Ntjw; Orleans Crcs-
:rV.. pcocceovdT'I.{' UonSonietllaTc io say otionr; .1J;" : ft*the,! trunks of the I trces.v. Their presenceexjkWins another portion 61 ifr/as their jigent.. Tne snit in which, at theY;" ctrnllin, Mr. Front ;
&t' :
nd rrp that if the Northern States refuse a .Republican, admi this Government perhaps; ttie'diisppcarnnconfatat'ge IWwnil government them fure, IS" an 'dgcmry iraa shot, lhrn: ..KJv, :ihccUnat fclf .nonn !y

.;'willfully anddclibcrately to carry into cfll-cl [is a mere compact of. sovereign portion of the foliage. in 'June last. Some of merely, and because its' powers 'are forever imundml) and( died in less than h:.lf alt hiwr.

A. f that, or alt otter part of the constitution, !the limited by the: will of the States, it posesses Our rc-iders are aware that tin, Intone feeimtf .
States the -
1 or rlv.-or does it claim that it is the trees which were stripped' in spring
1"- South: xrould no longer be bound(J by the cam a in i and of itself, no sovereignty, note particle.It 1 I of unimosiiy hud' cxi"tcd for seine lime
pact. (Immense: applause.) A bargain broken Government one absolute arjn indivisible ? are now leaving out again, nnd make rather i is a special gent bouii.I b) its nitrUl:1 ions, between tho pirtie., wi.Hi; ret',rt political

on one side, is broken on.all side*?|/ say to Docs the Republican assent or dissent from n novel appearance, considering the lateness and cannot uo bt-yurul them, without violating squabbles hn I tendc l mate'Wally to encbn .

YOU, gentlemen in Virginia as I said on the the principles embodied in the Virginia: Resolutions of the.season. a sacred trustVe sometimes call it a In consequence, we understand of certain:

." border pf Lnk Eric, and in the city of Boston, of 98 ? general government-,not because its powers : rcssMii eiiiplqyoii by Dr. Hunt during a

; and as I will cay again In the city,of Boston, i iI if I Does: tho Republican deny that the Southern l While rusticating in Massachusetts, n fortnight are pcne;al, but because they arc extt.rnnl.ond Whig i mating whfcii! Mr. Front wn !nild'essing ..

am spared to have on opportunity-(npplause States can withdraw from ngn. I observed some tipple trees having because it is the common agent of the the latter sent him n challen) t:.:
the Union
)-that you of the South have as much nil the npptnrnnec, nt a distance, of being States. It bears the same relation to the Tim cartel wru aeeepte I. nut! the (pnrlies met

right to recover your fugitive slaves as the whenever the Constitutional compact is violated burnt over. This mischief was done by ,the Siale.,tbat an out door clerk sustains tn the nt the Bit ort R wd, n W-nes..iy| But wi-re* i .,
j North has taany of.iti right and privileges olnavigation' f by tho non sl.ivo holding B'ntes master of tho establishment within door. arrested by thwpolicis jlHt i in Umj lo ,: '"
I .: find coma crce. I desire to be understood Docs the Republican deny that in case of canker-worm nnd I was told that [in many The Federal government is invested with i the reconln-: Vuiter.Ity injruio/ they prevent buh: .

here among you, and throughout the a deliberate palpable>> and dangerous exercise canes whole I orchards have been ruined for the no sovereignty from the fact that its agency I appeared b-fire: Ko-.r.r.lnfO| O-iM-vjII; an I

.counti Y,that in hope,ought and,feeling I am of powers not granted by tho said com- season by the same apparently insignificant is intended to be permanent, to last from age gave bail l i m tb sin, ofIOJJto. koop the ...
t altogether an American- -and,altogether, notb'ing tfte incendiary. to ogn. The moment it violate the tru t peace. "
,, ; but an American. (Repeated cheering.) pdct Slates who are parties thereto have committed to it, its .agency ceases, or it may: Aimed immccliI'QIY'' after bin.lin' thorn
'\ I nm for the constitution and the whole con- the right and are in duty bound to interpose I regret that I cannot record some decreaseof cease if any of the sovereign parties to the selye* by this obligation, thoy procwdod! to

htitution. I am as ready to fight and o fall t for arresting} ; within their_respective 1 limits, the too general) disregard of the Sabbathin Union so wills it, as far as that sovereign it, repaired wh'i their soc'infe: to tho

.f for the constitutional rights of Virgin,as I am the authorities, rights and.liberties appertain this city. In my walks yesterday,Sunday, party is' concerned in the matter.: barricu! rbaL the .city.nrad( rrt.fch.iniej! ,,,

)p Vor Ihoso,of.Massachusetts. I pour but ta you, inK to them J .. I could ,not but feel grieved and astonished at But a State-a nation--a sovereign power, shots. TSh >ublrblrrclled guu lorded I with ,>,\.
gentlemen,-my whole heart and I assure YOU If we understand the ground hitherto taken seeing in the streets'more than the usual show by whatever name designated may, at pleasure after rs fire proved l LI''f'tCfutI' .
i hose aremy;; feelings. (Cheers.) ,I would no limit its own .action, and may'prescribea [ l omo, fimklen eA'onito arr"oO nSi
more see a feather plucked from'' e honor ol f by the Republican it is in substance this,- of placards' inviting people to Sunday amusements rule of action. It may establish a 'fundamental tors. the gun wore a-cain' Iot4wl, 'and the '_
'Virginia than I vtovAA plucked fremtho That tho Government is Steamboat excursions, concerts. &0. parties pllliud in
: see one a united and, indivisible law. It may make a Con titu'lo !, Mition. Dr. Hunt will .
+ honor of Massachusetts. (Great applause.]) Governmeat and that no member has &c.:. :On ih corner opposite to my residencean.Irish 'al 4$this the State of this Union did when uninJured, butt h M bUJ truk Frost in they .

It has bcn said hot bave, by' the course 1 I the right or poorer to withdraw from it, That woman: seemed, to have aelcctcd the t hey formed the Federal Cms.it. tion-But chest sod penetrated' the 'Lfn#[.. HJ died wo ,
have thought proper to pursue,"displeased a I the State which muda the understand In about live and '
revolution is the Sabbath as the mod fitting day which to Constitution m iy, t"oly minute. 1 t. ,
only remedy fQr invasion on 'V"
the Well an had
portion of people of Massachusetts. I at any time, unmikcft when they think it hoped that tno new Constitution
I suppose I did. uppoeo I displeased all the oft ho rights of.,the State or any num. start a cake and fruit .business..- Hundreds of most conducive (o the general welfare Ib do bad dono away wIth dUfjlling i but the barba.

people of that State-what of that Great her of States. .. Irish women are engaged in this I traffic on the so. Any one Stale may unmake it, as far as rous sal blood y codo' miscalled honor still ,

'..Applause and ohecrinp) I,was in the Senate) If the fatuity of the RPpublicanwill' permit Lord's day in humble competition with the I it has c adopted it as a rule "of action, by with survive t.an J, cl*imt from time to tim a vie* I t tc'

I ..t. of the United States, and had sworn to support it to forget itself' and 'ft,' own "organic marble countered and mirrored saloons. StillI drawing from the confederacy. '! hu withdrawal tim false Mr. Frost has fallen a sacrifice to this .Ior ,
tho constitution of too United States. Thai of the Stato Is of pernicous doctrine., .
x an act sovereignty, By his death the
tho United dignity awhile we would be glad to I wotlld by no means intimate that New Yorkis pres.los
const it utiorjmadc: me a Senator of pay an act not compulsory upon other Slates who 2I one of its ornaments ready, '\ -
"" States-my vote bound the whole country. more respectful attention tq' its argumentsthan a "perfect Sodom" (an ancient city which are equally sovereign. Neither have other graceful and WJ.I1.mformod; witer-tbe bar, ,

I was a Senator for the whole country. (Ap- we are Inclined to do. to its wobegonepleasantries I believe would have been saved from its States a right to compel the seeding State an active, able and eloquent member and '

pla'UsVhat bad I to do with the instrucons about there been for tho reason that she is a.soveren, and sec etc. a useful.' intelligent and : '..i
kicking Florida out of the summary: fate had, only ten ,righteous wzarm-bcnrt. ..
: from Massachusetts a question of. f ed'cJl.zcnIV O. /he. .: .
upon she It
f" may as -pleases. be insisted, !
Union or ,the "ilrru aims" men in it) for in a population of over may
the whole nation f .
I feeling J however,thai* she 'cannot withdraw from-Ib
My 'vote bound too interests of tho whole! .: 500,000 men, women and children, there arc Union with good faith sin o she has solemnly THE FOURTH or JOLT w Lotto .

ntryrand on matters of general policy, the+i' .Orange Tree. perhaps as many as 40,000 who attend church. and formally agccd with other States, to '|hr>tiimc. since the Declwarioitof vY.For tha- _
nd affecting the Interests of the Union. I n.- is the .focusof other exercise a portion oftJher American .
It isi perliaps too soon. to speak .:with cer New York ,too most important sovereign powerI Independence. anniversary of that event I
1 .I, 'jBdjnorefor.tiiethan: ;slaty ..Ii1ti recoTery of,ibi valuable and efficient 'reU tous efforts! and influences. together<<; wRn Ihenvthroujth.a, .., was, :ceebrated ''OI? the ihJolt. ',.. Loncloq ..+
ructecM llSCtta I did for frdm'Uie cud ligent. This i. rue, but, the'corh'feucT' 'with nrmost' as much hondTas,? ; .M' A
'. hose nfany otter Btafe. It would be just as'reasonable desolation cattscdby the coccus i in '4'<" was entered into uoon certain onJilionswf c& \1 r. GeorgfJ Peabody/ot Baltimore In..N dvfYork IsT ...
to expect mo to vote as the PArtlcut sect. The, present' appearance o/ the trees From this point 210,000 copies of the evangelical conditions have not been complied with. ,The sued cards of invitation to meet the, bled '"

\ t' ,& interests of Massachusetts required as itt however,warrants,the expectation that their #; periodical caned: "The messenger," very objf etc for which the agency, in all i its States, Minister and Mrs. Lawrence United
; would bo to that, as arbitrator between executive legislAtive, and at a fete ,
expect an cultivation.::,may now to resumed. are scattered broad cast over the whole judicial depart which he gave that evening on the
t..l.. s t. different individuals, I was bound topbey At Mandarin and various other points meats, was formed,have been detltcuted. and and about 700 or 800 occasion; t
\!! upon of the once a month. Here, too, persons were to be
the i&tructions of any one of them the States consequently! are released& from all ii including all
the Su Johns River that the present the
0); /Applause.) Could I, do thoU Have I descended we learn proSpect. are the Head quarters of.the Bible 'and Tract obligations; into which they have entered with ics now in loosen arfd American fa mil .

,to that level (Cries of "Never." of the present season' .are good and Societies, the Colporteur directors, and, the each other in respect to it.-Palmetto Slate he nobility anti ublic largo proportion of

.--Never.") And I hope I never will. (Applansc.) that a large quantity of fruit is now maturing various sectarian Boards of publication, and Bar S by whom the Idea-bad been'OfIOl3 received in Ea gland.
Mr. Webster again adverted to the consequences -the tree. In this general wi tbtbe : .
f upon city a greatest aat sraclioo. The
... large establishments for printing religious Duke or WcJJ- '
,. of a dissolution of tho Union pcintecputlho periodicals I '
l improvement is now evidenced. A large I AftoYHZ ,MUSDEK u Vlloou.-\Ve are ington, the ChanctlJor of the Exchequer .
present and prospective power and ,&c. shocked to .have record lArd bin or & the :4r
another Y :"are
member of trees are now in seem of! c
bearing,although among thOeho
I .glory of the States as one nation. lie spo ku Bishop Hughes of the Roman.Catholic. violence and death in our immediate There wu to be attended. -
., of the struggle now going on (in Europe between but Mile fruit will be raised the present?: borhood. On last John neigh and the a connrt, ball and ,
Church, yesterday administered the rite of Wednesday 8. Worm- .upper. affair prom!*dto be )
constitgtloaalgovcrnmeat and arbitrarypower year. Our own impression is that the powerof of Chesterfield county theKr.nde.toriha one of
number ley
delibertely shot .
confirmation tea large of I season worthy
t M pod Incidentally) mentioned his bavin] the insect .over the trees has now departed peno its down his soa-inlaw, Anthony 8. Robiou of of what It celebrates, but of Dot onf14: '
alluded to this subject in a letter addressed by i iI With (he exception ofxme or ,two clergymen< ,, the nations Ibe'mcetinl+o l f'I'.
the at house ra he In Ibo .
IJ' and that although It may not disappear en same county, a | neighbhrHoo rear ot.tbe Exhibition '
f I .him some tmo| since ta the dvstrian Ckard'Affair. abjuring the tenets of the Episcopal Church, the will appears .If''TAe
(This calleJ,forth'oine hearty cheers tf..e111ct trees produce$ their usual : ,
subjects of confirmation were most children' that Wormier and Robiou bad Dreg at variance YfWW 'i: -.
'it 'for the letter to llulscmaiin.) 'He ,then p wit& more care sand --cultivation. than' lAJel8MrIu'OIldVhat \
crops time that "
some preylou on the Is t
I roof Last Saturday was "California day" the day oi I the whole dUly or
*11 ceeded., at some length;'to trace tho WOman' To .
system been ordinarily bestowed them. droa-to .
have the fatal bad
upon occurrence Wormley- loaded 1 ,
;;t.' the steamer Empire City leaving al 3 P. M. with sing--to dilnee-to plq ,
on the
republican governments; practical -
e opera is pianoforte-to .
No as profitable in proportion a,musk and repaired the house where. the gabble French ;
i a ion of popular representation, and the invita', the U. S. Mails, ant rather fewer passengersthan deed committed that after or rman and to pnaidR
and was -
to the'espense labor as that of the remaining at gracefully at the <'
ibttt the will of the tea tAbleVhat ll
2 10 nCcecaitjr. majority, lea ;
1. The fire in San
Dau recent great FranciICo the house a short time Robiou drove mati t :
and thousands will reembark In It up It' a thing to waltz with-to
tl exercised
constitutionally : should be the supreme Orange flirt wit h-to Il ..
has i out and entered when be tam -
given on to gig, got encountered
impetus shipments one to the theatre-to
law; and that tbel Iambus ordained,be- : when its recovery is beyond: doubt. It will VVormley who, after exchanging a few laugh' at-to be IDUdecf
States'.col1ected will.ebould be I .tbitber. as is indicated by/tlie, Empire City's words to-paone's bill. and to t
the obeyed.Inconclusion e
of. Jne be ald-Tbeafl..pntlcme restore to St. Augustine its beauty and prosperity manifest. with him, levelled his musket and shot him! ,bl/. What.ia life ..A 4P one comfona.: ( .
are i poln-a '
I-intend hold and :Increase _the advantages, which kilUrmhim' aimed'instantly.. Both parties -a dance that coo -hiffi 8cboutscAe ft
to fast them
$... sentiments. to The growth of Flax in this through fast
of 81
my country as a were men respeclabilitv u'
of the most Wormly beinjr i is possible I What
[ for the. Tow remaining days of my life, In the render it now one healthy, pleasant is death II'
for is by.prcrIon. and tCOu hiag .
to lead lawyer Robiou
cotjon likely
,, hen Idle I dosojhy and residences in the to a having that it fa nn fastlonable} to
t hone that / may eyes on delightful Southern swarm henasotmely Deputy SherifTof talk .or-&o whisper _
"discussion by the North and county and or to thank of
America. States. press 10 the less tbat'-Ald tcJM
free hapjjiyTUDifed
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n lEj..SI.-The European "aarlThG m14lcal' properties:of ftEAIIJIIED- ," ,,* : : --.-. _- -.-.----,----- r % \' i 'I
Mt ., ,iIL jnlneteen now ocean steam- are.various. In dropsical complaint, th inst. the Rev. Pelllegr; IOTICE TO TRAVELERS, 1roT1cE is hereby 'given, thaf'y'm.liz' ?
by A _
jcoonmclfon for the English odd .months5ftettJte 'the.Judfi*
jfrMurIe i agues, it is said'tp'havo.been uce ssfullused. j present
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The Penlnsul'ir account -
Steamship Companies. : Some .Couo'tr
i have d In dciine ;
1, occur : ; .'. .Jt" Executor of the
Estate of Job LenngW laaot'said r
I Qjntsl l Company,in addition to S5 steam* ,
prihe beneficial effects wrapping a, '
.... deceased
count for allowance
1iInat:I.are butldidg fimr more, as follows:1 of garlic inmuslin and putting it into tho ,UI haU settlement and
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laDle time ask from said Jodg
uEgowtvouLL0 tons; find 275 horse 4 Aaamedicraa, Internally. taken, ills su 'UGl US11NE : Letters of diamiswl from ray Execatorship of aaidi "fr.j
aviv;ooe of 1760 tons .tnd 400 horto power admmstercd as a bolus, or modo into Estate .
igt*!London of 8.D tons and 139 horse pow3bf i Ha smell considered i an Infallible- -' ) 1) ----- -- JOSEPH A. STRISCHKA. Execwor.; ..
these one will be rrndy for .ei1i against'vanora' ,nd' ar useful ,I I6 nearly' n 1 1I .f : :] tv ORDER to live and Ict'Kve the price "of John Lcvingszood.ceaseJ. lApril

4gb r next,two in December next,and tho nervous disorders to which females aru IU of Stage Fare to and fronvPlcoIata, on and 12ih. 1851. "r
wrly: m1\f"rch. 1853. The West Indies I'I:Joel. An oil issonvUims prepalr d.from ( nas nOcr isl ;uf' July 1851;' will, be Two ZluZlar&fur w
' .' zil Rojnl Alall Company have Ofioon hicb is so heavens to sink i in water i Person' :r'and .Trunk. ; 7 : ,NOTICET""* t i
,and are buildingTive! moreeaeh' tho virtues of this rn : **\ ,: P.. BRIDIER.un after tbtfrK9 4
,0vknfloaI pungent vegetable fiN %. jgS Is WCCks dale I ball apply lo .
_horse power,tihd from 2245 to 2318 tOn; perfectly and more readily extracted by Rooms will. bo, open "ironrl .; / <3,23lh 264ta.i'ths Hon. Jesse A. Bruph Judge of UM. Prolaio

fie whole of the five are to bo of wood,and on m wine than"in any,9tberYay.. ,Ajrup DI 9 P.'M. :! ,. ::: ; CO'S Coert for Jhe county Ot Putnam for Letters of Ad-J f .'f) ,
Win wheel principle. They are alt ex. >isrmdefromit.Tbo l water to ] flood lido the-JIuild-: { & ministration on t*e Estate of the late Joseph B-.) .
.er4eJ A Wrendy by the end4(tho yea r. TJ I juice of garlic ia sail to bo tbo best I devoted tu Lad es,:.and I Miles deceawrd.May24ih. :- J

rrancanitnd Cape of Good hopo (Gcnaw strongest cement-thai' can be pfcdfur j : ; wfll be ibund in char p. flENJMIt.CHePMAN I 5. .

_..* ) Company, have eight vessels in engkns and;chin, leaving little or no ''apprppfiated to the Ladies 1951. '_. 1;

MM! four mire at Blackwcll, three of 300 if used with caro. Snails: worm-i an., fly Ins(over list building. *'NOT1CE;, I"1 .

. rcr, and one of 200; three of them are grubs or larva of insct .ftl well camples willbo' allowed- to- visit tho & weeks* after date shall apply to the HOP. .

Phnni and one 990 Tho whofc of these are other vermin may be driven away by plAci ?by pvrsotis having Jesse A. Brush JuJ eof the Probate.Conrtfor I

0 Ac screw principle; one will be ready prepArations of garlic in or near -. NEW YORK, ... the county of Putnam .tor Leiifrs of Administration _
jii tew week..nother in about three months I I Wlunts.-Dcmit'stic Encyclopedia. order and dec rum win be : ( on the Estate of the late George Younf.cased. ie-.. _

tINt other era progressing/apidly to com- required fronvlbose: occupying. AID 9 K..R. DUKE. -

The Pacific(Pananma and.Valpsraiso) I MISTAKING tIDEs! t NEW' OltLE..t's "' May 24lh,'1851. _ _
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yJ : 'r Dr.ln a'4:1i A oUi ', oc o'. 41Jk- earn- HPobtaincd'-of the atten-- i .-. EXPRESS.. '. .'-, I. ,".. ,.
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,II. .." Tu .horse pOwer, the lalned, Tbp Uwy !rihitfoo t. the' pariy I -Dtui,Store,,'of,V>.*C/jv ZYLSTJU, .ui, 18 &" 9 wait si. "New'YA: 'i.:14.. ._ B.,r3 of,Je&C-J f no ,

i:.of Mbidt &re to bo of iron, and on the. whom he was engaged, and. to the gr :39 1aiztzt., Ifartfordj. &' ,,,1'" of-th ba| will and .testament of r.ljllo'Et'Cl1tor

-whcel principle. The Santiago- exto aflvizementof the agent who had food ( will be KoJJ for Sundays. 6 g State at.. New Haven;Cu J1G2 L FZVE.S5;late of said'county,deceased. AU person.

:, '41 leave UverpuolittlUelniter end July and to the absolute horror of the poor when the Fine is op. Baltimorest., Baltimore. interested theiein are hereby notified accordingly. ','

fl c three otherrtu boon the Pacific before wb was in court, he delivered a' long II urs when the Flag is down. 0 Pennsylvania Av, Washington. JOHN JACKSON,Executor. ,

11 mxt. The British pnd North American fervent speech-directly 'opposite to- the Fourteenth, St., Richmond, Va. Apri:26, 7-6m. f
,iTl<. Steam.hip Company (Cunard's line) d. POSTiTIASTEElS. f l.
ests ho hndi been called"to upon to defe 84' Washington st., Bosti n. NOTICE ) -
now eight vessels in the line, And ire Such his zeal! that OFFICE STAMPS. New ,
lure was no whispered ( 73 Camp st., Orleans. HEREBY given that six weeks from'dateIshoUnpply -
. building two more, n. Wkwrs:. At Gins.poth5 Postmaster Pleasant Grove IS
MW strance of tho elbow could t
no jostling .
Arabia and the Persln, each of 2500 Co.,Maryland,was the first prison in 'NOTICE PASSENGERS I lo the Judge of Probate fort ; "
him in hid mistaken.t rucecdii But
> just
KS. the of St. Johns Florida for Letter. :
\ 950 horse both, aro nearly >conceived, and undertook extensively county "
and power
: 'teet Ho was about to sit down the trembling .
"t idea of ; ofiicti with : of Administration upon tho estate. of the IDht.f ,
built of wood withrfmddlc) uppltingaU post .
they are .. '
ceaffiletcd licitor In brief i informed him that -
a '
. All made by him are war William harvey deceased. .
is to be ready early stamps 4I
and one expected '
wheels hnd been pleading for the wrong .
> pn'lY'111. superior'to &y otb*r that can be JAMES EDWARDS. I
in the autumn. Intimation ', wpuld 'have I .
'r.' wlrich wme.price, '.and; whracrer any are, of JOnc 28th 2$-Cwka :
certcd most mn, Had",:a ycrrd rcnt*t ..defective"" ON and after the I0ihday or.JoMtilcodlty depa .
. Bs7TvLL1D \V.ARRAftl.Tho' Pcri*ion. thu with of ( way 'or niSatorr.du. rture of the''steam.packet.AlAGNQMA. IX''IVEEKS hum date I shall ,
on advocate.. wbo nn a r: .be* forwarded,' otv notice, without apply to
t S
- 9&ch5 got to its examination.of claims composure resumed his oration. 'Such : order a tttt ofmps. WITH CHARGE : the honorable Judge of Probate.of St.," ; .
far bewty lands undcrtbo Act <>f 85lnl far lprds.fesaidhn"is the jlatcment 'which 3wopollai on1y.-for thirty! pieces- John*.County for letters of Administration on, '

1 Tihete which were filled or tcccivcd in the will roost probably bear from jrny in, lamps adlibtlnm., Cirt. P. McNEL*, tho Estate of Pedro Cocifacio deceased. 1

'eR Office from the third to. the B seventh brother on the opposite side In Jbls. J t Easier Plcasnt Grove Alleehany From Savannah to Pal tka, will be TUESDAY, JOHN M. FONTANE.I"t t

dey December Flnrld! 1850, cod claims for ser- now, therefore, beg leave, in a fewv.orlf : : ,_ arriving SATURDAY,cOMectlagwitb- the_ Juno 28th. 1851 ... 26-6wka "j, "
and other Indian wars Steam Ships .
visN lit r show lordships bow utterly untenable ,J "
Ucfcwcro filed.from the '30th-of: November the principles your and bow distorted are the hid ,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT THE FLORIDA AND ALABAVIA, TICE is hereby given to ail concerned; that 1
December last: so .that"'claimsfJJervices ; /) CiRCUIT COURT 1'' *".shaH.six months after,date I hereof; presept totheJ I '
6th upon whIch this very specious statement I For New York She will c to.I' ae.o..:, dgc probate oft. Johns County for eetikment ,
in those several wars aro nearly proceeded."' The learned :'gentleman ST. JOHNS COUNTY.. ::.Tuesdays throoghool the ear, :
t and allowance, my accounts a! Executor of' t. .
, it tc same state of furwnrdticss. Tho ap went over Jhe whole ground,and did not CHANCERY. Carryingihe United States Iflail, ,:the Estate.ol Francis .Tria,, late of raid County "
. kiIItion by the officers in the Ulo war. with his seat until he completely t nd Sayie,. F Freight Engagements Pug having eu'rioraccommodations 'deceased> ,and Ih.zat.l. shall-at Ih. came,time, ask for'myfiaI ,
MMM-O am somewhat in arrenr in eonse- ically refuted'tho wholo, ( hiss former p1. 1 State Rooms &c.;apply to the discharge as such Executor. 4.*, ,

, ;;;; of t the misapprehension but thor of a clerk will by bo ing. __' I M. Hernandez,, Captain on board,or toFERNANDEZ1. I: : JOSEPH MANUCY. Freer '.jI

ben they were tvgixtered - --- -- A. Putnam, .1 BISBEE & CO.- I January 25. 1851. .3
. bt i&bt up for examination in tho course of RETORT or A WiwEss.-Mr. Biflutn, : VY; .Walker. J Jacksonville -, .
. few days. The number of applications Mis WiS under cro's-cstmin- Agents ,or to NOTICE. J
; S Innd under the act of 1850 is now Lynn, .. to satisfaction of the Court, M. A. COHEN, < > HALE, of tlumosasM.Benton County: ,' 1
ft Umn named Lord who did JOSEPH
) by an attorney made in this Cause that the daid Florida
,is authorised '
oT 15'J.OOO nnd possible reach Ageat at Savannah. my Agent
unwnril may best to perplex and brow-beat him so as W.Walkrr,tcsiJs out of the absence from the State. I f' '
the immVcr t if 250, 000, us estimated by the overset the testimony he had given beyond the JarsbJiction of this S3Y3nnah.JaDe3,18 1 my NANCY P. HARRILL, Ado nwtratJ'b of' .

Secretary rt tho Interior. his client. The question wax something United Stales: O" Tbi,. Steamer will I leave Jacksonville for theJUtate o, lIEDtA'I'. HAxaiu.Late. orBeo'i
From Ibis Ktaieme.U of the Republic, I fating to machinery, and Mr. Buffum Onll'redlhat the Said Defendant Savannah every FRIDAY HORNING,at 7 o'clockuntil ton Couat ty.d "ued. I .
il 1 14 eTidenl that tho claimarrls wilt have to used tho word "'philosophically/ his Walker, appear and answrr' the Bill further notice I ,..Br Joszra HALS.' aeDI. I
cicrcisc( aoJiMJ little paiinnco. The business dence. Mr. Lord continually, harped upOn in this Cause within Four MOD tis 'Jun1e-7. no 27 I Ftb.22d 1851. ** .
till the bejfinainz ofDoeembcrla'st of the Publication of this Order the .
u only' completed phrase, and endeavored make tim or '
seven months ago and probe rMkuLnu in the eyes of ,fho jury. be taken > Confessed against him FLORIDA HOUSE FORKENT. Gnardian's Wotlce.
i tUt! 200.0 0 claimants yet tu rfttend to. i it At last he inquired, 'IJntyi Mr.; furtber Ordered, that Publications/ Mot c is hereby given, that six months &or*, 4

riec..wnrk,and a prospect fr ,the fait on to bcsitch a great made In some Newspaper published first publication hereof, I villsppjj tothfilon. : '
ns yousnei: wf't"k(.e the of four the Court of Probate of St. Johns Coe flay
i .. i once a pace TUB ABOVE well known Hotel in *tyfbr '
i .
: ,1Q 9D canyouteW t wjtat 1hoconsequenctj '
__ VilrP&.rit1 y be, if Sha oje,boult1! .lb -1 xh..jcd frft f'J.'. ,TUOMAS- ...",OOUGLAS&.fad I..4.I1L .Dus. M'i; the,City of S( .Au=ii *i-nnnBi* .of Mklii M -T -. --
1DET.-2t; yTmne feet order is'-Tor rent for oneror'tnore1years
_- hog"h.tJ t' 'Yei, I.t replied. alt. Clork.(iC.St. Johns County iud Mary B. Papy Deceased. '. -
'fRltn liru.-d \V. Il.1ritunwas shot a' Phil. 'tho boul w."aM fun in.' 'In ecd, si. V July 19th 1851. with or without the furniture. GASPER PAPY,Gaudiau. '

n4fphia) on \Vc4nu dny, nnd has since died. nued tho counsel, 'and ein you toil A. H. COLE.. Aogasliiw,April 4ibf 1851. 6mos. 1

The circisnutances'tICIkIiflC tho caj are philoiftphicaUtft. why the head should 1 full : AND O$
4tstrcss ig IndetxL It nppeurs that on elder first' 'Y.., sir,' ,returned ,Mr. Bulfam, 'it I l ACII IN E.' Estate of Dr. Aiidrcw Anderson, de< .

brother hid only lew hour before an I ved because hognhcadJ like some lawycrtheir have been appointed agents NEGROEI @ .. ceased.

from the South, when for a long tin! ho heals are 4l r Wea1k f-/ .'' The: roar of his iuvention.aid would recom Notice is hereby given, that in thirtjKdays from
and Individuals, have for sale two Families of first rate House. : bert .! will the
bud been residing. After the embrace tho C'Ktrt-room acknowlelged the victory Compantar; ot v apply to Court ot;
eoexrfttuklionsof ajuyotM nrxting with his the witncrs over the counsel. cluing work of the following dercrip- Servants. A. H. COLL' Probates of SL Johns County for leave to'tell 11)al
/ June 7th JB I. ,.
fusily, ho retired to tho cb amut of I he de much of the Real Estate of Da. ASDKXXW ,
,, bed-aid- r of Swa Marshes, and *u- sojf DBCO as will be sufficient to pay the debts and
-.and was saJ tIt on th! coo- American Contributions fa the great : '
A liabilities
I LAWRENCE thereof; and in six n&onthsfroin tb1I elate,.
yeirsinp, when a complicated revolving: pistol Punch says that: all the> American ; I1lOnn /Plantallon or Townl. DRAPER AXD TAILOR. I will apply the said Court for my final dkharge,,af.
vahandej 1i him tu look I\t by the deceased, tions havo not yet arriv d. This delay way and removing Bars at the CORKER OF CHARLOTTE *ST. AND TREASURY LAKE. Executrix of said estate.

tmlia en instant ancr. it exploded I pro counts (lot tho empty space which Is so. and a tho.,:, WOULD RESPECTFULLY inform CL\RI:5S \ C. ANDERSON, Executrix.

vioui Unaiinir' tbo cock having caught upon fully not iced,at tho end of the xhibition.'rbe through Swamps,marshy or sandy the Citizens of St. Angastine- April lG-6 2. .
the guard ot the nipl, it is lIuppJ'd, naJ by following rare goals, however are / Counties that he' ,
and the adjoining .
barrels the revolved, States and water and Administrators 1foU e.
lbs grasping of the pernfettef their way from tho united aroundVbarvea Tiers. han'l well selected -
has a
ck flr Into .its place. The, lamentable d channel Lakes and Bit- constantly on Months after the data hereof I THOXA
the c to partiallY mik Vup for the way through : stock of the best Freneh\English,t Six
administrator.of alt aDd
111 struck the deceased ja lJt as he \1'1. a* can deficiency: > ; g Rafts or eunkra Logs, tearing up aad German trIAd Cle tl ( aiat. and which Robert akjnlar
goods estate, were HutciUnaon, -
bout toralag aside entered the groin'and The bog of a Multiplication Table. !. n, rte. ''meres and Vpetings, which he x will senior deceased,at the tim of his death shall applyto ,
br ;
pHh4 inwards obliquely towardi, the I itLki4lb The pair of Ship's Stays found drying desirous of improvin waste Laixb the make to order in the most Fashlod- the Honorabir Judge of Probate, in sad for St.. I
macbinne recomraeaded
be as
,causing u mot rapid and profuse internal the Ejulnoctial lint. can. able, manner, and upon ace.nilDo''datin& Johns County the State of Florida for_ final settle--

. hemorrhZl Drs. Fallaghur, Pleas The Botmct, geoerally worn with Iho > to aU the purpose necessary Canals terms: Also; that having opened ., direet meat of my account*;and for a final discharge froai 1
. late and Pnncortsl were called ra, but no ur- of Nature ? L be are found buildiag or repairing it,will or. Communication with the First Houses i* tk. same ,the Administration aforesaid. .
of value
immense as
, neal old could avail, nn4 death lollowcd in TTie Koy of Lock&. Bfjistc. .1 :: ,and at the, same time form an em- line in New York.be' will have the earliest reports- o, \ THOSfAS DOUGLAS, S
bolt thirty )' The broker were most Tooth.brush for the mouth nrtbe levee. Fashions from tliat City and from Europe. N Administrator

4 warmly attached each other, yery highly A Hat Stand made ._out of the,Jlorns is used with cither( horse or Steam N:B. Cutting aad repairing loae on the.s&ortest : Augustine, April, 12th, 1851. .

estMtrn-d,and not the .lightest carelessness Dtlemmo. : can.be Increased to any exte-t. notice. > I',
Ice is hereby given taallvrbou it maylnie-
9.1850.CHOICE '
or imprudence is attributed to'eltlier, by any in socc *fhl(operation in all parts of Nov. .1"est thai I shfltt.as ancillary Administrator./ th- 1'

family.: Ir b astonishing what opposite .cffecta, may be seen at Charleston,South Car- 81JMDER SIJ PI1IBS. estate of Francis P.Sanchndecd.haririlulDChacl1'.

be produced by the same cause.. ,As/for_ ; Yard, l'ensocolasad on the Canal be ministrator conlrolor management of real estat \
'UI.\oROI1lAa C.AfE.-We .find '.icvealcd stance, suppose a blacking, whoso'/ and'San Louis. GROCERIES in Florida the Progeny ot Infant heirs of said estate.

III the Upland Union the'following S marvel- component la rum: its effect,.when/ pptisd to J,8. HECOR. E* ., oar Agent 4 IARR is receiving per schr.. Blpoipinp make appbettion,to the Judge c/ the Chests Court of

leut case: boots'is iparc'thin the crackin /or the l the States of Abbama and Florida a ,' Youth,10 days from Baltimore, Quantities the Eastern Circuit of Flirida. at the Bext.Tenn of .

*About six weeks since. John H. Taylor, of 'er,and in tho opening of fissure. ?'admitting machine. can' be seen, with information of Groceries, Provisions ,Shelf Goods,'andoflLr said Court to be holden at the City of St. Aug stiaer.

Afccmant- this county, was severely free passage ot water when applied tomhri etc .. \t to families aid others in want,, aa opportunity band for the County of A.Johns fbranUtsrity to.
wounded by tho bursting of bis gun. Thubreech quantity,int.. same fluid has Ibe effect of 1851 purchasing by the package or sell said.Real Estate. '
blew out.struck him on the forehead, bint"light.,1* PTERBENE'I.'
Q between the corner of ih* eye and nose make ing 7CEltIc quanliSy. kTJ,4OkgSdO2kbdSHuiflS,2dOShoulders Ancillary Admiaisttrtor.
r JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF THE 45 bbis ,'AoriL 5tb. 1851.
Si. Augustine
several ,
tee a ound.lhat was for days considered '
Mtxwsc/Bjtoxcit VESSELS. 3 do Bacon, 2*,bbis Fork. 3 do u__ .
He recovered lowly,end ?FOR FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT
dangerous \ Mackerel, 2do Hcrrtn, 6 hIt hbls P. M.'Beef II U eAll ,
was able to ro om upon his farm and give half pint of milk {mt a sufficient ST. JOHNS COUNTYL 60 boxes Soap, 60 do Candles;.25 ,bgs Coflec, persons haying lIOy\claims or demand',
Erections about his business. On Wednca- of vinegar in orde/ 10 curdle it: separate 30 Pilot Brfead, 6 'bQxes Jhe estate of Him Ktoaarr Ute of St "
Dr. Aitkcn dis- curd from the whey, and miz)the whey IN 40 tielCes Rice, bbjj 1 : .
ik.:5Y or Thursday of lost week. ChANCERY.ct 6 do Lemons 5 IJbls'Um' 01 4 C. Johns deceased,as creditors,b.eirs.legateesot.
-;.thO.brr cb..of the gun..waa In the whites of/ oar icgga beating the..'" r* 'f' 4 .. Orane' 6bM.1, .soc bushels I : ..tUtmby.cotifi t.' ) 11 forohel; Bavin/1 passed in.bo7 well loghthjr;< Vherynixcd, .ndd,a.little Palmr" '& FerrE1VS. 'bbl ', Bran yt 10 ka.rotcr. : scriber withiatWo years from the'date >,. -
r Ie..the 1't'&IOD of the brain. Dr. Gregg and lime! throujrj"a sieve, until_U requires the .. nfSr 200 do Oats 60 bgs hhth 50 ,kegs Nails wiH be forever barred. And pejsoo indebted to the. !-
Wine & Sugar, :
With! tho cement dmr Reaben 10 baskets reqaired to make immediate paJ1Qe n.
Huildlecoo were called, and the three pbysleuns sistency of a paste. Shot estate are
Forecloznte 50 ,
: bbls Crackers bags
Salt ,
bb it 100 sacks ,1Q F. DR IDlER, Administrator
alter a severe effort by the use of the vessels or cracks can repaired; Charles Loring, Tea fr hhds .Tobacco '
, forceps extracted the iron, which was nearly quickly, and resist the action of firo and Loruig, Frf'dtrick'l..o-' -. lidozen Brooms, 10'cb 10 ,boxes Cider, Sept.13.1850. ,_
inch thick and tcr. Nines and Albert ? u- & CeroonsTobleco* is I given, to ,
three (nchcs in length half an I another article in like quantitiesat: whole NOTICE lereby allperson*
inch in against the Estate of Siepoen.Arnan .
varying front three quarters to an B. E. CARR. laiins.
of ibe sale and retail. '
, hre dLh. The removing of the iron was a to the Satisfaction \ deceased; either as creditors legatees; ordistributees
A Question Jor.Lawvers.-Suppbso a made this that the June 88th, 1851
the wtfl'inecrlf'Dnl affidavit, in Cause of said Estate; that the same must be.
for .
'severeoperation that Be patient than, before and boat heads north wcil for tho horscTs tail, Charles Loring, William. W LOZM& ___ I presented within two years from.this date,or thy:
is comfortable ,
mum has the wind abeam, with a flow coming ,Elizabeth Nones and Albert A. ExecUtors If otlcc.POBr wiu be,by Jaw' forever afterwards barred.'PAUL .- '
improving in strength. Mr. Taylor! escape in the South, would the captain, reside .beyond the Jurisdiction weoU after elate I *"*"*! to apply to AKNAU Admiolitratos.

from iaatandeath comes within the limits of maratimo law, justifiable in taking a i ,. of the State Floridaf but iatke Judge of Probate of.Patnam county described for.an Bt.Augustine,31st May 1851.NOTICE i.I
the micacUlousan4 the lone coatmuancc of order decree for the sale of the folUvriog
without Asking ths coo'k : .
in the stovo pipe ,that 1 wiIlas aaj
such s mass rf Iron in hir bead, so near.the I Ordered that the Said Defendants, tract of land or so theleof shall! be,Itecessary th is hereby,aa given week after daze apply totb .
brain is almost ii.crcdiblr but it is most cor- -- ircdertca; supply 1 the-aefickftCT j"ifj5".
William Loring.
ProbateoSt. Jon County,for Lrt-
Souther; 'avlrc in Mif his letters, "I Albert ANuAes.ber' paTmeSi otthe just and UwfoJ Judge of .
tainjrtrue. _ who always tf\( Naoea. end One tract of Two'Handredand Admizustratton d. boeia BOB r oav,.aII Es- .
told you of the Spaniard and answer the' Bill of Com- mao: deceased, to wit: ten of
.5 A'cmoent: and witty divine was once asked his spectacles when he Was about to eat in appear this cause,within Four Months,*r th* Fifty acres purchased by,'aid Joshua Hickmanof lAte of OlDie llalbert,. sear MME'late Mid CoaatjC .
,if he did cot think.that such an one fellow- ries, that they might lopt bigget and be taten,as confessed against.them.. ,, John M* Bon, and 'called:-Spring Gro e.I -- deceased. frh Jane. lSlL UULBEKT...
k ed,his conscience. tempting In like! manner'I make the tiered.zbt pubtication (.1_ The other :pact purchased ;of William Gardiner 8L A.go G-J .
and I do not I' one hundred and fiy acres, and; | Med Irish andScotctiSCOTCH \Yhlske". -
though Within containing
"yea: said his "I think he follows of enjoyments de in some Newspaper pubUsfied .
grace my I .. C.aneyof .
tkcm to ha.liltl week for Lintern.situate.on Lake George In said ALE Cid r,Porter in Pint and Q0ao,,,
it drives eoosecutiTflf
as'a man doea a horse in a gig-he mr cares wri.1,1 pack C1t,once a ;; take twice '
inU'rntedwill and Pot Wine
itfirsV passns I can'and: carry. thorn as eO I TU03.JXDUGLAS, Jodgri which'- all persona Execator-: sherry *; Champagne.BrandytIIolland ;
.. \VILLIAM.HICKM Gin Moaongohrla Whitkeya9sot/
let them .Court. .
ail can for* myself r. and li*"never T* frocaM'metM, P. B. DUMAS.Cletk ? Josc7x: Hiou, deccsae1.Jdy ted Wines, Ltqogn.cordiab&e.,for ale bv.Ftb9 M, .
The eccentric Dr. Bylea acid one day to others. 5' '. *
', liii servant,Go and tell your mfotrcsss thatS 'n C.C. St. Johns County !. lh'1 ai --' :'.- .. )1.;. CA 2so

Doctor Byles has but an end to hiroeelf."- "VVhr donCyoa come alter cold vi 4mos-no.21 '- UBilitarr Blacking.JUST out Vlrlnto RatiterHa.., :L rib: .

The girl flew up stairs,.with a face of horror usual lw said lady to a boy who!bad ,Potatoes, Apples, Oalpas 'received a fewdoten., RedevLeather im- hoiee lot YitgMWa, 1hw.-.d..1e 1. ,
at this' dreadful news. Tho astonished lop time been a daily .vlsiier for that Gipsey, now land,choice tklw !" to water and give the surface anEIe-1 .dodo FsiIton maJW1JlJus.,d DtWcI 8.
" wHe end daughter rushed Into tbe parlor des,of charity. i I I"F.Iher _. assorted Tetrs Apples, Potatoes grant polieh'without. destroying its soft supple and elasRjcr i ILl)M.Beef,do do Batter,do Jc Iaf ZavdApi

.and there was the Doctor, camly walking hiss joined the. Temperance WD3 and bunch Onions ,Hay,Oats Corn_ de dieI. } I'". Cabbages Onions, assorted ntekis, k1czidaaJQr4I'

: about with a part of t cow tail, that bepdlpkked and-wo have :warm. .,victuals now,". was ,for sale it Wholesale or retail ormn"nded. for Harnees Carriage&e. "", Dried t'r..hf'. PerSchr. Gary, "
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!!, -- ,. MaaflOU.lIotd\ On St. George Streeinorth of fourth S Monday,of May., ? i ,:" I h -" .' *S Ac. in East Florida. f rI1'HE undersigned, as Agent &'or .the respective S 7"I'ORNJY. COUNBBt't -1 .
S .<. S i1r the Poblio Square 'and one door north of"the Methodist For the County' St JohnV, at. St. Augustine, S MM' lid hndenigned as Agriit for the respective- u. 'proprietors offers'for ale(onexevi_ ;dingly reasonable LAW; '.ci' hA'l. .

S Church. on the second Monday in June' S JL. --prietore7 for1' sate ,the following lands,towit temis,the following lands among kluch are Mme : A J1cxso3vru.t E '. ; : .J

1 5- 'U" Florida Ituu, OntTreuury Lane, North of ,. .. \ fALL ,T.nJl./ -, -S : That-well known and extremely valuable Plan of the most.'1' llIabe! -Ctittou sugar: .and Tobacco S :Wsrjpractjcjathe CtHirtsof the&. ', 1 (

.. _r. the Public Square. \:For the counties Orange and St 'Lucie, Tuesday tation* called the Bulow Clanlation at the .head of Iandia the'Stateft SIN in lla'niltoncounty of the MiddfeCirCT '1 SS ."i'

S h IIIR door South East of the Public Square. ''v For the county of Putnam,at -Pilatksi' the second late John J. Balow'with a force of 300 hands, .ttap.1 AtjrtnuA COUNTY.i the Supx i e: Court at Talfanassee ? ,

S. Jayt ,Plantert II td. On Charlotte Street and Treasury Tuesday before the first Monday ef November.' '. for.both5ogar.and Cotton*adjantageaosly T 9, R .18 Sections 11,14,15,22,23,24,26,27. States Dist.ct.Court for the 'Nogbetj I' '

or : Lane,north of the Public Square,annexed to the For the county, pfSt John's, on,the, first Monday ted on navigable waters. \ J lies upon tbe coast'aoout | In 9,". 19 ;' 2.3:8.10.11,12.1314.22, Florida 'acU[ wjlTprosecuie c1aim l 'f:

we Floridd! House. InNoVtm r. S S- forty miles lOath-of S*-..Augustine,,and contain rabout ;. 34,35 30. 18,21. 17,27,5 States before Centres and the Panm I
..J1 BOARDING HOUSES. For the county :of :.Nassau, Thursday,before thethird 4000 acres." : iogton. w-t". SS
:; l"'uc 'Hrt. M. Seid. On Charlotte. Street, near-the Monflay of November. ,\ ;; '' AI! ;two thousandacres adjoining the jast described ''--S.'S', /M. S Being located at JIIUOntm,for li/ ''

'..Barrack; S Forth county of Duval, o.n.the third Monday of lands,being the Pellkier Grant in. Grah'am1 Iwatn In" D.S" 20y 5- ". 19,22,26,27.23,29,30,32: ,. ;his entire and unremitting attention to ,_ ,

"t. Ve Mitt Fulio. On t. George 'Street, a few'doors November. :1'x; ,, Also, the Spruce .Creek Plantation, contamg 399 J l'34. :;: and all business entrusted to hi I, :* *
S :".had ; South of the Court Howe and Public Siueu I" Tor the county of Marion, on the" first Monday inDecember. acres iuitab1tor Sugar culture and near to navigiiLion nu9.: .;U ; 15r 19,20,21.22,28,29- ,:30"*' ,prompt attention. care :shan i\

: I .G.If.Papy. .On Buy street, corner. of Bay and Va5'T about"70 miles south of. St. Augustine, near : .t, 32,33,34. > S .St._jAngustine, August 31. 1850." 4' .
on S 1Q514 JO" 18r 23,1011,15,2223, 26, 27.
\ < Garden Lane. For the ccanties of lachua and Levy; on the see- New Smyrna 5 -:
be ( *1 ." S DOCTORS. JSIonday in December.f* S. ..Ajsoi .the MoUnt Oswald Plantation en Halifax 5'8.' ., 35, 36. S Tax Collector' I,

'Obf : Joct. F. Wet o Offise at his Dwellin g House For the county of Columbia, on the third\ Mondayin River about 50 miles sooth of' .Augustine, near the Io: 10" 19 ; ". 7,8,17,19,2030.. : Y.: virtue, of the power vested in Jaa bv t't ,

r 0; on Bridge Street. S December. coast, formerly planted in Sugar by the late Geo. Anderson. In" 10" 20 j' ",.* 13,14.16,28,28. __ 'shall expose for sale before the Coanl; .

.ded, Doct.John E. Peek. Office on St. George Street,' Th' U.8.-District Courts at St. ABgustine.-onthe' ,.and now the property.of Joseph Lauton,containing Ja"10"21-. 1,2,3,4,5.6,7,8i9.10lr. door'In the sityof' dil Augustine On .ih *,fcW ,

'doon'North. of the Court House. first Monday in April. I 1900 acres. .5 12.13,14.15. 18,22,26,31. day of JectmberntX the followirig 1 .
.exci DRUGGIST.P.C.2ylttra. T1E TRA.VELIEIl'SGUIDE.S Also 1000 a res south ot New Smyrna in Turn In"10", 22 ; 6..18,19. of land'or; so much thereof as will pay i .

,(Ap Chemist and Druggest, Nerth Eaat ball's! swamp, befog the north1-half of the Rosette In'111" 18j 24. 5 thereon due the Stat and County for 1C11ft 183i ,
.1f ? t. Bide. Public Square*opposite the middle basm.j S ROUTES FREDlICIIARLEST N- Grant,'well timbered and near navigation. Iu" II- 191.2,9.11,13., 1316,1.7,18 an J 51, to wit: ., S \
Also 5 S 212330. GOO acres second rate land
S- forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River -4. 5 above nea.Ito
tu," .lnn1 i LAWYERS. ,I between Lake George and Lake Monroe, consisting rn"ll"20 ; 7.1B,20, 23.2-1, E 1.2 of25 River,lying in sections 1 19 and 20,townaoin.$
From Charletton to New York. Leaving daily at
f. 1 1 -n. B. Gould Counsellor JAw-ofrtce on Ar- 31-2 o'clock Steamer ro. ,Wilmington 180 valuable! pine,hammock and timbered lands in va 27,28,33,. NJ-2of3C- 29, sail tract of five hundred acre*. ir -- .
I p. ). By riou8trl1cts. .. n" 11" 21 1,2.3,10,11.12, ,13, 14,15, dro GciEtio .
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illery Lane. ; .
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mile Railroad Pc-
*.-By Weldon 162; mies.--To{ I w.ani..1. .r'
( 4i 1_I B. AC Putnam* __Mame_ >. and..,Co neunof lejrsburg., 63.-To Richmond 22.-rTu ,Acqpia Creek Cott Also. 3000 acres in. .Alacbua' ..county j suitable foracrefcWtjelumbi / -/ JA.. .. 29,3U. 3. i Yn -
CM .t .
'ptLaw..omc Itfl Jt"'k1J_ ,'a'' f Ah4lniore Steans 4O.-to r t6V Philadelphia l i&olt.92.&To BiRGRa4.&lr 1fw.Y iI87I'otaI Aeo- *;. Connty od. pinelands IrH r f !T ''i 6,7. 19730.31ARREDONDO :*- 'tj/f. a. D ck, VA. hm ADd, FiveS
; GRANT. 4
ct.r ha.e _n,ftieAground "i floor on the SatttaTe Hiver. Tax rao6lCUU"tor.LI.
distance 771 tuijca.Time 60 hours.. Fare I
,. :rt. eSouth. WingurthCourt House. -S; Apply fur terms, particulars, &c. to S.MASIOX Cot TT. l't1aJ3lst.18.)1 "fnt,
i.- S ;-:' I" and Counsellor 820The S GEO. R.FAIRBANKS, In"12'M8i, ,3,10,11.12.14,15 Tax -- J I '
George F ir&adUorac'j Collector's In.
"Southerner" (Steamship) l leaves Chart ltoJt In"12" iu -J" 2. 6, 11, 12, 15, tG.I8.. 19. Sale. 'I I .
Agent for the aiid sale of Lands, ; I
office in the Court Honee purchase Y virtue of.th" II
.,. \.m aw- :, every ..tenth day after tjje 27th of April, o'clock Ta.. of JVcn Resident Toxes &e. 2021222324. power vetted to me bv W Jj I WI---
.tbl -- Thro in GO hours. Fare &at -Room .. Payment J *- shallexpose-forsale before! Jje
) $ In 12" 20 B 3-4 of 1, 3,5,6,7,9 10 Coarl
;" "' .Jta. PUBLIC OFFICES Front Charletton to PkilaJelpJiia_The Osprey St.Augustine, Feb 23, I50.SPABIUTYSECUItl'L'Y.PEfWETUITY.. ; -S door the city nf St. AugusUae.Vo the first Mend
S '.t Feat Office. G. E, Llambia, Post Master Howard's 11141617182224.' day of December next. W
leaves Charleston every other at 4 o'clock, .following, daenbed
In" 12 26 ; 1,2, 3, 4, 6, 12, 13, 15,
Bvildinn Market of land much
S .obj S. K. buildings square. 1'.).through in 60 hours. Fare $QQ. 5 or so will pay the tuel 5-
Surveyor General Office. B. A. Putnam Surveyor S 31,92,23,24. f. on due the State 1 nJ
I : "_" lid t from Charleston to tfett-Orleoni. Leaving daily 5- County for frar.1 AI
'jo.Inn- S General,on Hospital Street,comer Artillery. at IOdclockAit. By S* C. Railroad to Augusta 136 THE MUTUAL H1713 ISSUIIAXCE a 12" 22 ; G71819. '51. to wit: S .

I 1 ceai Lane and Hospital Stf ct. Railroad COiII'ANYS S GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. Io$ acres' ofsconJ rule land IB
miles.-By Georgia to Atlanta l?!.-By -S zea r head
} S Land Office. ---- i _:- Register Macon and Western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By OF NEW ypRK-NO.35 AI4L St., St. Augustine, Feb. 1 6.. 1850 sea cftt'J, eout4 oC Sr. Augustine. lying lit If ,

\ ha of Public Lands-office in the Court House. Stage to Opobka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery 1\\1 ET Accumulate I Fund, Nov.lit, 1849/$900- 20
TAo.. r. Mutcll. Receiver, .&1c ia CourtHouse 65 -By Steamer to Mobile 331.- To New-Orleans t 000 securely invested -Bonds and Mortgages \VJIQLSESALEASO RET5t ItChIOlCEiROCERIESSP.RINU ,' Said iract wUgrllDted. to F. J. Fatio. and tf;
S nf' i real estate in this city and 'Brooklyn, and Stocks SUPl'LY. monk called the Mrs. Fortunes .f
distance phce.
S 1GG. Total J 006 miles. Time 123 hoursi aase
i ,. .otbl Judge of Pro& te. G. Humphrey Judge,) office nfthe State City of New York and United ; ; '1'1' and unless sed II
( Fare $39.40.Eom and '. SCHRoHALL.8 days from ,New York, 18 di- F J Fa io, taxes and expenses
\ pkt, I in thd Court House. '? t Rtates-Go'erni1 j .- "'" charging. We. offer the following List as' ompri- before the day of sale. S Jcgj* ,

t S par .# ttr.B. Du I'.. Clerk: Circuit CBtort. office in Ckarlestonto_ Ntto-Orleautj'n. Savannah, This fund is rapidly increasing by a 'widelyexten-. ping our assortment. We solicit a cat Article 3lBCAIJ0 A.Sherifl'and ez. ..; -
f... n, .' the C.urt Houa.S 1'11' 'daily at 9 !. ".-By Steamer to Savannah' 140 miles ded and prospe1-oal bu in ss.' warranted and liberal discount to the Trade-in or- S S Tax Assessor aad Collector, s. t.(1.? J.

\ 'we Rafael 1;. Canova. Sheriff Tax Collector,1- I -By Central Railroad.to Macon and Western Rail- The Company declared a dividend of profits of fif iginal packages. c S S May. 31st. 1851. \ C;."45 II Hi

t :.' ;wo i lice in the Court H use. I road to Baraesvtlle 40. By Stage to Opelaka 100. ty-two er cent"on all existing policies the 31st TEAS-i-Youni Hyson old.do., Twankly! t n oW- ---- .

: r" .Ior' ': Collector' of Cuttomt John M Hanson, officerPlanten -; By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile of January 1848. der, Imperial, Boaea, Pottchoag Sour hong. _. I -" Tax Col lector's sale. -t,'

k j ": ,be Hotel. jp I 33-r-To New-Orleans.Total distance 1,032' All the Profits arc divided ainoug ,SUGARS,&c.-Refined Loaf, crushed'do; Musco Y virtue of, the power vested in me by'bwjff '!
\ "0". On Howard, office la miles. Time 77 '. Fare $39.50.MISCELLANEOUS _Ip shall expose- tot sale before the Coon #
f 1O Inspector of (" TABLE. the Insured. vado, (bright ;). Liquorice Paste Rock Candy;,, I
oward Buildings, Market stnare. jl I .. West India'Bl olasse Hanna Ifoaey. door in lhe S ca S ;
,. ;i',. Ib f H. Bronton. Judge U. 8. Codrt Nortfer.tiS Distances. FareTime.. The premiums are payable in cash annually, sem- COFFEE.&c.-Ja1'a Gfeen do.:groun'd Chocolate! of December next, the following described l .

J S .:"An District Florida, office in the Court House.: I To Athens 7a., 221 m. $7,95 20 b. annually, or quarterly, interest being added on the prepared Cocoa. ; land ocas much thvreofas.will pay the taxes there.'*

"t"1 G. B. fairbanki. Clerk U. 8. Court office InS Chattanooga a9 T nn., 445 3,12' 31 deferred payments. "** CANDLES Common on Sperm, and Tallow and on due the ritate and County for years 1849'fiOaal! i
: Court House. x I I "Columba, S. C., 130 ,4JW SIf : I 'tIle cash principfe adopted by this Company secures Wkk. .SI, and all necessary expenses. incident dZt"I'ttOt" 4

\ v1 Deputy Martkal. George I. Zehnbaur office Inklis0 : Camden S. C., 142 4,00 9, to the parties for whose benefit the insurances SOAP.,Shaving;white,scented variegated do; and wit : -,.,, :

iha Court House.. vt "Ifamburg, S. C., 136 4,00 .8 : are effected, the whole of the advantages, without Brown. S $3 acre of 2d rate/hind being a half of uw*

It Memphis,Trun., / 740 28,))0 ''II subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated TOUACCO Plug 16s and 18s; CorandUh. Ladies Red //base Branch tract about three miles N W.l

.j S ;.- F1l Il ; ORDNANCE DEP.\tT.MENT. S Passengers for either of The above places leave premium notes. Twist, paper Tobacco,Macaboy Snull, Scotch do; from the city of Augustine and purchased by Deles t

l : : ell1"t James R.Ilankam. Ordnance Store keeper, Charleston, daily! ; by S. C. Railroad at 100'COCk.l. Persons may effect rnsnfanc on their own lives 'Regalia, Principe and common Segars. pin from John and Antonio Hoerta, lying partly1 is,>

:I. 1ft f'ffice on St. George street' a few doors South of x. a and the lives of others. married woman can incure LIQUORS. Brandy Otard, Dupjiy & Co.. do. Bordeaux sections 34, 35 and 36, of township .6, rang 29, .

) t. 'T Maj. D.. A. Putnam'a re.iJnce, Persona dwirous -I the life of her husband,the benefits of which are ; Jamia Spiris: old ration: Rum; do I dol an J section ], 2 and 3 of township 7. range 29*.

.'S. as of visiting the Fort will make application to ,Tttx Collector's Stile. sccure'd by law. for the exclusive use of herself or chil Proof f Holland and Skiedan Gin ; Whiskey ; owner now unknown, aaep:ed t6.J'iarph Detr pla .

j ''DO Copt. Jianham.dAI BY virtue'of' power vested in me by lilt I dreg Seotch do, (a fine article;) assorted Liqours. the other half iuis been convt-yrd to ,Michael Liia

:" I expose for sale before the Court House Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries Wines. Madeira, Howard, Marsh & Co., do Marseilles rus of Charleston S. C. ,.,

i. 11 JUSTICES ?F TilE PEACE. door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Blon- are specially invited ro avail themselves ,of a resource and Jt/alaga! ; pale and brown Duff Gordon Unions taxes aud expenses are paid ''before the Jaof / '

: I th James M. Gould. day of December next, the following described tract whereby their surviving familes may be secured
; I p bn Gee, L "Phillipt, NotaiPublic-omce on Ciy of 'land or. ai much thereof as will pay the taxes rom the evils of penury. vintage, 1832; Bordeaux Vincgnr; London Porterin R. B. CNOVf'hcrifTnrid cx. jIH < _
I \ 'Street, a little North of the Market and next door thereon due the State*ad County for 1849. *&O Tax '
.tb' r years Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual pints and quarts. ; London and Leith ale; Boer; Ass< ssor and ,Collector s. J. 0.
: 1r : ',i 'to the Post office., ) '51, to wit : ; '.5' Life Insurance and illustrating it* advantages, with Claret. May 3U.lMi. \i ,

t S I 100 acres of second rate land in section 3d or forms ofappticationrnay be tJbtailnul at the office 01 Oil,. Olive Sperm, CasUr, and Elephant. S

t"t.I :1to: CITY OFFICEIU.S. I *i' private survey, township 12, range 28 south'arid the Company 35 Wall st., or of any of its agents.. Fish. Herring, Sardines, Salmon. Mackerel and 1EfLtNICS.

I 4fc Mqor--B. B.. Gould. east and being on the east side of Dun's. Lake. said. .-It TRUSTEES. .. Cod. '- S S :; .
Tjtr mr* Ar"rfrJ 55 .- -v- loOacrr.1sa.* a .' (:1 Jos B Collins .c 5 1NVENTofti .,
: to-Hahnah-Ktnzslry. Pavid C Colden Prov ion8. Pork" Beef Hams, Flour Butter and .
: J*. /lumpkrey*:rr i ld. ;: S Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the day Win J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, Che-. ; ? AlIO.-S S .S 5-
r 1 James A. Mickler r- ofsale. .J
S R II McCun'y, Win Bells; Friuts. .Raisins, in boxes, half, or qr. boxes: Znnte MAIVFACTL1REIS.
,1W'P. / .Quineey.: S'S R. B. CAXOVA, Sheriff and e. -(. Ered Winston; 'Joseph Blunt. Genoa Citron .
Currants Dates in fraiU Prunes
,i 11 Clerk of the City Council, Charles Hnn pr,,omce fit' Tax Assessor and Collector, s. j. c. C W FnbeT, Isaac G I'enrxon, ; Tamarinds. ; im mm *
in glass jars *
f".8 at the Council room. John ; TIicBcf Mechanical Paper
May 3Ist, 1851. Yelvcrton; Henry Wells, Assorted .
Cordials. In case, ; Corih 1
S. "p.-. City .Marthal and Clerk of the Market, F. P. -_ S Theo SedgwickWm Moore, -dozbottolesin cas*. IN TUB \ 'ORLDt.I -

t,. .c 'Y rrtirA.I Tax Collectors Sale. Stacy B CollinsZebedce. Cook, Nuts. Bordeaux Soft Shell Almonds;' Sicily r-und iTfI VOLUME OP THE S
S-S i jirtue of the power vested in me by law, I /ohhH Swift, Jonn Miller, Filters; Madeira Nut, or English \Va'tit: !; !<, :
E. Pamar.i '
:J:. C. 2yltfratCkarlet linage Jo* BY John Wadsworth David l A Comstock, 4i IE tTIFItt: :\.JiEnIC. A1Y,
5. expose for rale before the' Court House Brazil Nuts; Pea Nuts; Pecan Nuis\ ; Cocoa
S : 'Ii i: AUCTldNEER.r ': door in the city of St. Augustine on the tfirs Mon- S M Cornell Robert Shuyler, Nuts. The i'ubli-hera ot th. SfcltiNTIKlC AMCRf
1 q 'd of the Gouv M WilkinsJame* Chamber?, choice oh! in S half boxes CAN respectfully give note that the-SIXTH Voty41
] J. Strischa. ly Diccm)r next, following dtB.'ribcd tract Segars Very qr.- boxes
: ': Ge Center,?.,P. Ferreira nnd A. John V L
.p V S. S of land or. as much thereof as will pay the taxes Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, eight, and tenths, of choice qualities auJ rrecnt S of this valuable journal, commenced oo theSM.'of
rq 55 S '; S thereon Joe the State and County for ytars j849, Fred Whittlesey Moses II Grinncll, S Importation.Apices September last. The character of the ScvtrtmiAMEUCAK
i' t" MERCHANTS. Charles .
'j! > Wm
I )- .j Bttrfou'iht E.'Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealer '50 and '61,. and all necessary expenses incident John C Ely Cruger, Eugene J Bunker Dutilh, Nutmegs, Mace, Cloves, Cassia Pepper, is too well known throughout th: country
to require a detlliel..ccuuAC of the various
thereto, to wit : subject
n in first;iquality- Family Groceries of a!I kinds, Liquor Walter Joy, Francis S Pimento.
Lnthrop, discussed
[,fi *&c., No.2 East side Charlotte Street, North 11S acres of second rate land on. the Mntanzas Alfred Pell J O Thatcher Havana Preserves. In cases of 12 glass jars each asor through its eolamns.It .
I about twelve miles South enjoys a nore extensive and influential cirenli
t' S liver[ from St. Augustine, *
C of the public 1 JOSEPH B. ted, Guava Jelly.in half HK and lb. boxes.
at square.' SL5 md lying at the mouth of Moses creek, known asA COLLINS, President. American Syrups. Lemon Ra/pberry; Currant Ginger lion: than any other journal wf ita claja iu AmeriJ
'ir c.Or1r' fJurt. liealer in Staple and:; FancYDryS hiUe Muratsplace, fold in April 1829, by Waters Secretary. S ,co.nmon I lemon. "' f'f'.. ca.
: Goods West side of Charlotte street, a few doors Smith, Attorney in fact for Achille Mural to Richard' JOSETQ BLU.VT, Counsellor/ Sauces. Tomato Walnut Mushroom Catsups in It u published weekly, as rrtofbr?, in Qaf19F.OTOI

E idi North Treasury Lan i Town owner now unknown assessed Ito Richard G, R. FAIRBANKS', Agent St. Augustine Fla. 1 ,,'piat and' bottles 'Bait India Curry on fine paper, aflbrdiu .at the t'Mofaht' year,

S S( S Setk J/ Wakenian. Wholesale and Retail dealer Tows, 5-,. FeblCth. ,. quart PowderJtalian Macaroni; Italian Vermicelli an Illustrated' .Enryclnp*',lia, Of Over Four Iluadred
h f 1:1 Dry*Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the1 Unlef Taxes and expenses are paid before day of .JJm m1f 1n I LbrTdon assorted sauces J Camp; Sauce; John JJuIl'a; J Pages, with anr Index and Trom Jiveto Six HanJreJOiiginal

;!, ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry, Good. Store, sale. SS i S S .DeerStIlke Sauce; Harvey; Reading:JJavice; Essence Engr.:ngadr-scribed by letters of refcreacrj

: jI s1Charlotte atreet, opposite Misses Pinkhianis.S .R. B. 'CANOVA, Sheriff ;nhd ex.ofT.S ST. AUGUSTINE, E.F. of Anchovies; Anchovy Paste PepperS beside 'a vast amount of practical information roa*

t S. (* N. pinkkaK. Dealers in Fancy Tux Assessor nnd Collector s. j c. A cerning the prorns"'orScienti6c and Mechanical*
; >
;: Jri i Goods &c. opposite"Ihe Planters Hotel on Eastside 3let 1851. :;i .* THIS :ESTABLISHMENT Sauce. ; provements. Chemistry,, Civil Engineering Manufacturing -
S, 'Yi : of Charlptte street. ? May, : ir." ing undergone Thorough Repairs this Mustards. S'uper5neln'ha fib.and qr Ib. tincanisters. in its varied branches. Architecture Vasoniy.Botanyr .

,1 : U1 Pedro Benet. DcalerinGreceries.l Provisions&c. ; _present :season is: now ready for bottles; English ground. :jv -. a short .. embrace* the enti1rairje of
It corner ofCuna and St.George street. S Circuit Court. Eastern Circuit reception ot Company. FAMILIES AND Sweet OiL Bordeaux Maneiles tn baskets of 12 i 'the Arts and.Sciences: "

S r hi Manuel Cretpo. Dealer in Family stores,.Provieioos -. off Florida. < ., TRANSIENT BOARDERS',can have spacious bottles Florence,in half chests of30 betties. I 1 It aho p4icsa :n o: nat 'I; dnr, n..t :.ii.d i"

'f. P4 fee.,comer of Charlotte and Bridge streets.F. J IN CHANCEltY.. Apartments. S Pickles. French.variety .Oliyes,'Capres CornicflbnsAnchoyie any otherweek'y. jou nat in the c:.:r.--;'. y z.. a.
; / Qcinej. Watch maker and Jeweler, on Fete Beast, S ;. .. in cases 12 bottles each. ,. -, Official LiiLof Patent Claims, pripparrd eypreiy! for
. at Gorge street nearly opposite'office of Dr.Peck. &c. of Franc; P. -Sanc Room Airy, Clean' and Neatness Batter Crackers, Raisins, 1-2 boxes" iu column*at tike 'P.-yent OtBce.--thtu coap-i-urijiyil

.it.pj. :7Ao. NeUj Retailer of Boots, Shoe, Caps, deed.. for the -use of torl' Itself, furnished liaudsomcly.- Soda do CUorous, Figs Cocoa Nuts' the ".\meri an Repertory of Invent ion'." .

II. :S I Ilauand Dry Goods, east aid* of Chariottee street, Fncdlandcr, Nothing, Wanting.The Water do. Oranges, Lemons, TEKJls-Za-year $If,r six Months.

\ :t' ',.J corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane.. I -.I-,. S House well known S Pilot Bread, English cheese, Sapsago do, I All Letters nnfct be Post Paid and dir eJ t<*
is as being
l (I Lawrtuci Andrea. Tailor Charlotte street l>enj. A. Patnam. Executor of I Bill for Accouat re enlly I Navy Zfresd, v Prunes in jars,boxes,&'c, .5 't 'f'1IUl'lN .CO..

P near the .},' Peter Mitchell deed. Nicolas S Sand-Distribution. Built Expressly jvith a view to tha accornodationof :' New Year's Cake, Currants, Canton Preserves : Publishers of the Scientific American,
Invalid and others
S ; Jo\n Utina. Boot maker, harlo tte street near Longwortli.urviving Executor j( : being entirely Picnic G'rakers. Almonds assorted Nuts, 128 Fulton street..New York.INDUCEM2NTS .
54 J l jqS:. S.1 .the City Hotel. 'S Joseph Longworth deed i buili of. Wood, with Rooms connecting, Folding : Cheese, in casks, boxes, Hickory Nuts;' Guava Jelly 5
\ ':';: T Michael Nellipan-CabitKt Maker, Charlotte. and aU, others unknown Legal I Doors, &c., which renders it Free from i Cayenne Peyper,French Mustard,Pickles! ,assorted FOR cLqs tNG.
Representatives ami heirs of I ,Dampness. Fireplaces, .Blinds to Windows I Stick Chocolate assorted '
z :;.. street,below Temperance Hall.Jokn Confectionary Liqoorice .Any person Who will send os our subscribers for
t Smith said Joseph Longworth,et.al. through, opening on PI8ZZlPromenade Two i domestic and foreign Ale Porter 4-
S f Manuel. Black Smith and Gun near j Jellies Preserves six months at our regular rates,shall be. ntitedtone'cepy !
,. : \ the North Gate of the City.. :i I having been made to appear by Affidavit that ,Hundred FeeL: Protection from llain, Cold! Heidsick Champagne, Choice Winer, Liquors, Cordials .for the same length of time.or will
I S the Defendant Nicolas Longworth residing Winds&c. adesirbieitTiEAT &c ;wo
forming from Ciga, Best Tohacco.Cider fl1rnasn'f' ,
r S. : AMUSEMENTS. witb! the limits of*Floridaftnd, also.. the'otHer- de- ,confinement ot.al. .Reasons of the .year.- .Ground tfage,MarjojanitfThjine, Savpry.Essence 10..co .r'G_. co.ti ;_ .l"
; ; ei B".zUa ,t.'tlt B. Uai'Al .p 'llo" fentfajts. '-- -fciiJte "'; .The Hpusa-*W1tUtCd.:htcing.S utbin central I.em th Prppermml assortedgEasences,' Preserved 10 'u' "'1 ".4.15' 29r i ,. "

I 4 : -'oW wv 5 jf"lj M %Dt'fI-' :":. *. .ffit '."t' .paTnotron;tof WilnAm. orwlr(1iomPl.IDa nil .position, and retired! fr ,.ot Dwellings.. Limes, QuinC-,Plums Strawberries, Brandy Fruits Southern and VVestrrn .Money taken at 8 for

f qi ) _____S Dotb4IIt.4Jfr' JJjttofi and Refretkmenlf, 9 9F. b'I Counsel. It it ordered that the said Defendants, The House contains 45 Rooms with addition Cura oa Cor Jial, Rue do. subscription; or Post Office Stamps taken at par their

I Brfdier Cl.y Hotel. d. appear and answer the Complainants Pill and 'jaParlours,. Dining, Setting ,Hooms.and conveniences Astral Lamp Oil, Corn Bran full value. ,
; .
S S 'Thilir'Gomez. Retailer.Liquors.. Refreshments, amendments thereto, within four month from the in general For Accommodation cannot ilpt ,. Wick Hay, Beans, S

; ; &c., Charlotte street, opposite Bridier's Bowling date hereof otherwise. same shall be taken prb-' be surpassed.The I i Lamp Oil, Oats, Hops, PREMIUM.Any .

S W Mley, conf. S Candles Brick;Lath Lime Nails,
Sperm -
; % S well earned Reputation this House ns'three
And it is further ordered, that:a copy of th_ order Adamantine do. Lumber,Shingles, Paints person subscribers will be en
.5 week for four has from Year to Year acquired will be th titled U' a of the H&forjr of
S.. STAGE OFFICE. I be published once a consecutively TaUow do. Ironj Bar &c., copy Propellers and
within this cir- Proprietress,Mrs. DAVIS aim to sustain. and Steam Navigation* re-pnblished in book lomi. .
S .Office of He Pieolota Mail St rt. Bridiers City months some Newspaper Taners. Naval Stores Tar Rope. -hav
1 4 (c ..'tel i I Atltf. S S foe: the. liberal Patronage heretofore, she.returns S Rosi,Oakum, Spikes Copper, tiait.,Tw' Sheet, log first appeared in_a series of artielea'iniblialM.,1- m

t, ; : TH03. DOUGLAS,Judge,' Ice., Ice. her thanks. Lead bar and sheets,Verdegris,Varnish Paint B.. the fifth Volume of the Scientific American. ;Jt is

5' S.S.'M CHURCHES.Roma : S Certified to be a true Copy. :: I The. Table will be supplied with.choicet e.Cbalk; Whiting,Putty Vermilion, Red Lead.Yel- one of the most complete works upon the subject ever

'CaikoUc: CAttrcA. North ride .Monnmen ;I f S.' Witness my Hand and the Seal of said .lame, Oysters Turtle Fish, Ducks. Venison, low Ochre,Glue, &c- istued, aad.contains about. ninety 'engraving..p
S qi Court, the 10th February. Jr and ShellFish 75 cents.
I which
S square. ; 4- P. B. DUMAS.Cl.tfk Turkeys at this timq FF Powder,d. in Cj niater>" Sporting, Bat Lead, _' m'7. S .
South aide Monument j Rivers and Forests abound.
Ckurck. square. our Two
k. Epiteop&l I : or assorted ; 8h S ,: frtdyterio Ckttrck.' Oa St. George street,! C. C. St.Jok:*.* ouitl, more Hunters, spotting.- cluslvely for this Fishing Lines,Hooks. Net Twine, Lamp Wick Seine .Hean Bear, J t bean lit .-- II
15th 1851:4
!. S h' S'oth of thasquare.S I It February *j-os. < hlo S Twine Turtle Twine. Twill purchase all the Bears, Oil and Cretan
MttkodUtEpueopolCkurek. St. George street, S : \ .5 Ponies II .that the citizens ol Florida
; t S I 5 Horses Carriages, Gun, Fnliing 'MISCELLANEOUS.-AUca Mat will ship to me In'Sa-
near the tl poUa ,.House, LO'Al'll ailD'PiHiri1J nr Tackle Boats for Excursion&c. : Table rannab.thc Oil atOne Dollar
r!: I WJ, i > Salt 'Pipes;Velvet Corks; American Segarsj Choco:!! per gallon, the c4r .
S ;
mast Ije put up in good, Stone Jaw '
S < for whichl VJJ-
Very Respectfully
S I ] COURTT EASTERN CIRCUITS ENGLISH AND AMERICAN 1inu late, viz. Sweet Spiced Caraccas Sweet Spiced't tPlain
5 TERMS OP 4. ROPRIETRESS. pay Wty cents per pound. The article m-I
'* '. 'WAm&mrO.1t m ;Prepared Cocoa; Castile Soap; Liquorice Paste I will I
OPFLORIDA. S of most
5- -, "aSS pare podtivelr reject them. .mao
'. 'S i S. WHOLESALE'CD UTAH.DXltXft IBi ., Lime-juice; Pearl Barney;Fancy Shaving and 'qnanuuenofboththe
cr&nro TEKX. -Jf B.:It Is the "'II' of Pro- 'Biltfrs:Wine. the articles, and eonsid&mr
S Mel J i ENGLISH FRENCH, AMERlfMNAD ._ the let S apa; StoHghtcn : Tot-I elf a poodjudge of it. '
: at Send
;, portheConnt1esofOrangeand&Luc1e S GERMAN X prfetJ"eu.Ilu t tins Servant* attached : ting Ink. and Writing fiand.Rice Pot- Barley any quantity from.t
S S third Tuesday in April. I f gallon to ten gallon at time '
J a
ontille.on& DRUGS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS to'tbejlonsoxlionld be civil, attcutiFc Meal Elura, :Coppera. Pipe 'Clay Bath or more if parable.
Pilatka second Tsea'j. .
ofPotnam -
tLror&he county at S f ,.nndoblislnff, Indigo. HUMPHREYS SS
S PERFUMERY. .>\ Spanish float WhoTaaIo
: dtI iII.AJtiL ,. S-S SAVANNAH GA. *. N I Grocery IDcI.Glallfttet assorted. I Druggist SaY&IIDAh Ga.
f Marion at Ocala fourth Monday .lYJll1tl' N0i&'S S
e .
rthe county ? lr.
rV .
I S : > I. .' Patticalar attention paid to replenishing 1 English and .. Blacking.TUST Together with large andcomplet assortment '01 I 5
\ -tpL'' '' -S American ; \ received a(few dozen Render Leather!ni- CrockerTrFancy 1fGo da.Hudware.lrJft Ware.I I Cabbages
j f yiCoOdesofAIubU and Levy, at New. I SllIpa.MedlCin.. Chtsu..eeordinlt '.o. Ip iiouI to water and gives the surface an Ele- Store Ware Wood, War* Hats Boot and Shoe I ,Potatoes Apples, Oaioitt
S the *
S f Laws England. t'Chooner
.. \ Gipwr. land
t now choice article
S S I zianaiUe9firttMC dti1tMt7, -S AGENT (Means. Looden &Co.,Philadelphia r i ; pant polish without. destroying its toft supple and elas*I, Perfumery, Cutlery, Furnishing .Article. AU or'bleb 'per *, assorted Pears; Apple, Potato

7 -S "For be BCJct lCmbiaat" Alligator. on dielaIo.dAt Br. Jacob Townsend, New York; Messrs:Havilarn tie qoalhie*.' for Ilarneses!t t.RcccomedeJ I will be.sold.at a trifling advance on the orginal Cabbage,string and bunch Onions' hay,Oats Cort .

-S oiMaT.S S S RW r k Coli Providence .., Carriages &c. cost D. E. CARR. iSt. BeansR1cefomule -' \
: 1tor the coanfJOr N.., aT Nassau C. II.,on'the ,tOY 16 Augusta" S jTibbitt' .,. ly ,. S At R tajJ. | B. B.. CARR. I Augustine April 19lU 185.1. Oct. 12, 1850. at Whoktale or B.E.CARR-retail ;,

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