The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00055
 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: September 6, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00048575:00055

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THEIETY'fr ..., .. : 'C nMJCIIAE AND OSGOOD'S. j ., !. .WHV; DO I .Lqyz'lR'SO.; From the New 1 Orleans Delta August 23. I I I I Marysville! i'stilt 'acccssibl for Jwats of : t
1SPULZ$1DWZZLT DBEDGll'IQ'l'JACIIINE.milE FROM, CALIFORNIA. light draught. The has been
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WATURDAYiBySLVES1ER 4tJL of tbe.owners of kislnrention; and appointed w&uU Agents rec D\- ,, ..A weary life is mine, at best-*t Plfteeu'ap,. LatcrlfevW.Wc : Building warm in that quarter Business.1S.q ite brUk.' t r ,
1INVCY' mead it to Contractors Companies' at JQdiicl st.f; Few pleasures'mingtbDt others; hnrce > .. operations aay' progreisig.

'tIA A'l %W'O' tAI Aut's. ,g 1'tl.. ; C : who,ire. bcotdongorkflgwi.. : ; ..4erpa And on, by lonely l ihqughttb 'pies ,;_:...,. ..lr liiri h .'1' The. Vigilance t,Cimnitieeafiatl4. : ,, .
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T>rBjpvli\- jT wji., $ I t.t. 'itdV flild synopsis of while
nI. man sljped jroaUjiKone the
I A pl tbiMts life to.mbr animal
IJIUr jwrI .-iuoa, u4 tyCiaiIor ech it.biis4neot: diD,Levees axoafld "Plantation or T'owil.;, ; Tb unp.t knoxvJhal: she t* al my side{ events from the 1st. to the 15th :July, in theKureka was drinking and, was drow edJn tho. ,

A deduction-will bet made for oott"es In-. Opening Chvjbnel way and Trmorlng Bars at the To hurd littbB'hundinmirii\ ; I : rita\e,in the Alta Calitornia,and.transicr Yuba,en the 10th; no iia ne' given. He had on
Ins booth c/Hirers and Harbor 9Maklag itttoouccolurnns. : ffl I his *
To' personicvio. .
watch her that Rhine!
setiedforittI"othl. randy evea Ibndly Since otbcnnail'steamer
Canals through Swamps marshy or departure on The Indians of the Sacramento
jj 3>2> K2E3 f TflE34f: \ pound.'Dvpeninjj. Her cheri lace, thot brightens. up theist of he preaenVjKiontb, the only event of becoming troublesome.upper Commissione are
_ '* : With lovcV .. very The -
seasonable : Water around Wharves and Piers intelligence divine= moment which has transpired in our city/ has
Will be executed on .Jerras. % ill go immediately among them. lIe .
this .
w I Keeping open channel.way through Lakes'end Riv- my soul is satisfied, xx'nthe trial conviction JIQd execution' of a Ie I ,
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And wItJ J go an escort; how he- will come
ABTMIOHOF7 piILAfB .fiLt) vera; rrmoring Rafu'' or eunkrn; Logs tearing ORIJooti drains a pure,refreshing cu'p''Dr > elort'kno us Jim Stuart; by the Violence out tcminsto! beaeeaJ *' ,
$ of Trees etc. calm and quiet happiness! :, L'ommittee, a body of citizens of tho highest Three hundred .Indians surrounded an encamprvtealt ,

lacorporated ,by the LesUlo-tttro ofPcuniylvanla. 70 pe'lOnl desirous of Improvinj waste'Lends by In swtetcontentl'then. rep c, fesptctnbillty; and standing in sudety. He was on Pilot Hill. They driven ..
aralnage \h1a machin can bf' be recommended. as tbn From sorrow's pangs and, passions throes I
tried for of offences uid
a municipality by back into
Sierra, but not until four whites -
only! one adopted to alt the Vyithout'a jfrisli, save.not to stir .
J his own -contession, voluntarily made, ,was a wounded. ;
r FOR THE PROMOTION OF TilE : Totthose who are building or rcpainng>> Canalsts or |t From one:whoie very'Ibok'can tless! ; villain of. the most character. lie wero
OF nBSlflN'Qr 'TIlE I drains It, will be' found immense 'ialueni Ii wUt Some wonder that find in her S.. '. desperate In the' vicinity ot Georgetown the miners
JlB.7S was hung about 2 o'clock on Friday, it p 11th by sinking shafts in traces of gold and :'I
deepelLthe Canal', andat the same time form inlrmbankmcnt heart ,
My so .strangely imprcss
tnflTBD, STATES.If C or letee. ,* > A clever child { July, at the end Of'Market Wharf, m the pronenco working, like carthorses, make handsome
they must confess
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I- .. -. S 'This machine is used with either horse or steampoer But ofseveral thousand citizens. << profit .The diggings yield from ODO'to fifteen '
nothjrix' more, for all
QF.ICEflS they see, A in Downieville
4D.Kmxv which can be Increased any extet.They Spanishwoman bung dojlarf' .
_ to r Than per pan.
other children of hl'r '
C. eiuT p"ridtat. WIUUK ,, are now I in enceeseful operatiotffn all parts|f I age, in. the Sacrernepto Valley,' tor murdering amail Sacramento CitY. is becoming delightfully
'ice !Til$mt, Ep1iAD P.'McnuLLt 2,"eaivr -. :be eountv..and may be seeaat. Charleston 3&th Car- scarce one tboughof mine engage. name Cannon, on*the,7lh,instnnt romantic these moonlight'nights. They have .

., E. II. Bvnzi, R.cnrding &eret chain; Klv Yard, HensocoU; and. on dw Canal be: Whence cometh, then,the witchery In &cr meuto" Marysyill. tTtockton and the mqst refined robbers whose tastes would
i GuJ W.1bw rrelp4Ziflt$1C. tweea' Galveiton and San Loup Ttiat: sways me i in her sweet control r? elsewhere,. the citizens havo felt themselves fit them for Italian bandittL. In addition to .

-00- By application to J, 8. FOR Esq.,'our Agrn- They' know her not-- nd none of earth, compelled s t in their.onw behalf, the laws the highway robbery for which, three or .
MANAGERS : at Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida, tJuvemay knowher worth ; iu them-
r p having! proved so ,utterly inadequitu
Jobn Sartala, ChulfafTopp'n, .Jamea Watlaceq9rle.qLtcaIelter \ drawing jthe m cliine can,be IfCO. with,informalfon I For.wo have: spoken soul to.soul!,. selves,and the administratloa by tb 'propexlv men are now' audacious undergoing trial in&hreateneda that cty.
J. an equality attack
; Eo H, Butler HlPrJ S.PaU r- aktotbeoost.etr, An9 met in spirit; 'face, to face.., constituted authorities lux. was
Ct.-t, Q.Letan WiUJ m D. I.ew. .. .July 12th 1851 I V .* 1.\Vnen all her rrilnd> immortal so puny of h'of;semen, in the 'vicinity of the '. ..
M\D. Men have been executed 'for for.offences a
toO, : city
E4Wi.. ft.C $ ; on tbemost (public: road. The banditti 4
jaep.tcwartiM.D.. ; ., GILBERT &SECOR. Love, frutH\ and goodness; shone revealed .,
criminal' in this and in Stockton.
-_ )ttteblL.. Sobl\S: tart., j... M.. ," i. In beauty from the world nature city jumped out of the bushes to the .zw.ault.but ..'
iibr&rdP: ftnc.cAlecJ.
\ ? Tue recentexecution of SStuart in this
EASTERN. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT! OP T.HE: city, discovering numbers in
Jatnes L.. CUshorn. : e 1Jwn.: in an hour ofOmterWJien pain .. superior jumped again. = '.
_ STATE, OP FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT v 4 f '. tho produced a temporary ,excitement among. Uidsw Wise men,of Thessaly ,
Year 51i OF ST .JOHN: COUNTS .... long abny ofre81W1' who entertained bpinions antagonistic to the Sacramento '
JScmUer.{ for 'Ike Was : City is doing n better bu&inc .
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moment'sWhen.friends -
Every rrn'Doru.s, a' spn # action of the Committee; but it appears to be than it has don : :
nfcf now months. The fall
''Will reocin,furs icbSubacrlpU d, '. 4' IN'.fHANjERf .t .4 seemed 'fI11se, and l 16vu was His Honor' Braham bu is-I *: fiy
subsiding. Mayor the
prlnof .. ,, vain "' of river-igtve* rise to this circumstance \ 4
: .DuvldL. Ssyrp, & *"
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sued a pruclainatiou all good .citizeu and
1\\ND HER desiring navigation ,the towns, ''above. .
"ClnU TJ 1f I heail
HUNTINGTON'$ vs. An tie wrung nnd bu> : brain s'eould Ye
k 1 ttrtBcnillmirl nng |}u withdraw from th&iVigilunce Committee or Vessels I drawing more than 14 inches of wa .
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\ M. Hernandez find relief tcarf-r/
CnU.DREN:. b Joseph. .ipnly in / associates of a like cmtriuter Judge Campbell I ter J'
.. ANPRBJVS, Boat on, M! Putnam For I' (! cannot run at this season on the ,Feather ,
JOSEPXND pairdrIf'IhIy good-
4. B, atel ., -I* of the Coyrt ot'esiions: on th :.lSth in. Or Upper Sacramento rivers, Several'boats '
', Augustus VV. r. J. She &nitaee knew wbenre ho' I Itbat'.all
TUB COMPANION : it 'YAlk M of 8th.t'cb:1tged' : the GrniiI .aurYlo.r the.,c untf a.,1"iight as a feather," arc being built at \
1' 'DIlB U. Ii appearing to, the satisfaction of the Court .*A light amfglory round l her brow : .g| l mtib D i6h ( Iy'
{ .VMirwMMEC P.Wse" coQcer e l Q this city i 'dL PPtl 'the river trading, .
r I A prin,0 :* Nn 'Yor .' .'byftida fit mad? in this Cause that the said Sublimely beautiful she stood ; % .' .Sfuart[ Jad'beeIt guilty otYmtirder. orparticeps .ti1ciJit m up '
,! itk.i.sTCia. ,. Defendant Augustus W'-'V-.lkq, reiiJes out of the }'or oil of earth.h.\1d ,'left her' fie?,', cdmz.4Testj1I VII1bricu..P\ nmittee."were .I :* .

r Or Ae hok of any 1WpbC'tben sowIng .State of Florida .beyond the Jnrsisdictibn of this S '\ And nil ot heqveri I ,there' mighf: trace *coruiilue!tb*cxercj"se ItS powers, aJdl; 'Ve are informed; by the.: Bemcia press* ... ,

Joar..ple..l -&prawLU1E*, X&uri, bat iiinhe United States} : t Her look sustained juiy ,heart ahd tbcer d'! : ,'to ild the'utnu.">.that the, State .f>vmiles.4owruthe! ;

v ;:. '. ; ,.,} It" lbNf D/iereSl *)r the 1Md' 'pefthdanif ;"k''."HWvwdfds'iny* wuoniittd lp.trhb'ed1.t4.1" | .. ,piIti.th nsingjjtsarrnuiif'e'ndoavbrs: YI1Ialnc who kaeVb1Iud.i BJiy.. ( not. .eBP' .imleedimi; tbaa vi. v ;
Wal ivri'i insw dinU; : ', ,
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._ ffde"'a lh {" nllift1' uf"Mtt ttW II 1lileD ir.lenf itod' .tj .r -
igraved "&rt4i Comp. :; And God a own angel stood revealed l r it ,
t1ietciftzen i aimrc ara ,
A' & t.iUifl I4tCI, from thea'at, (of PublicartJoa.of thia.Order or the : :.(orni4iwt'r 'houses "
"empty are
Then did abuudat4ndgcod
.B.tltnncZ, igrarcd: l ww with soul, fcombine mA! '
ittft4 l 6 almost til ... '
alt .
V !. ..llU'Id L1D13OL Z;l Haftf Dill will be taken fbrConfe'sned Against him Uo I she' icLer.1ilu sprung up promt- may be procured., "
and is
um hers mine "
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11s en p .. of' and this courts I
\ : 'And it Is further Ordered that Publicaiion of nent places CaUfornia,
.\ Y..tiJllt01l,RUllftl.r4. forever hern forever mine ,From UwTSaD Josquin Middle District%/
3.-M Ela. DzENnhed bw this Order be made 4Jn tome Newepaper'published hive been forced by thufcxprejwiou of public or i
bj BitclU.CIWITt.LU .. Tttnu.tiagto. In this Circuit once a ,week for the rpare: of four I Forth in the word I sic: her go fteniiment to puy'stricier oUciition to tile adininistrutiun the SLaW, we j avd the Sonora Herald and the .
6 EICfl1Lpwpaiated by I A common child to,common Stockton Republican and Journal of the 12th \
..- WD Anlrt" Months. THOMAS DOUGLAS,Judg'.. cyes-- ot the law. ; ,,
-, Engraved b, To mine a star of Paradise \0 all of the latest date issued.
t A true Copy. P. a Drain,. The intelligence from tho North is by .no* '
ADd a oP1 of'IM, Clerk C. C. St. Johns County.. Une.irthly beautiful, divine! fa I mean pleasant. A party of pioneer emigrants The Vigilance Committee are striking terror IJ

Pldladelpbla- V.don Reporter, St. Augastine. July 19th 1851. No wonder that 1 love her so who hud been landed ut Point Orford above throughout the ranks of evil doers in tho neigh;'

Amon 11iamp\1tt.eo t&lDinl" ",port of the trans EJUDICIAL 4 [Correspondence nf the Express 1 Trinidad consisting ot ten men under command Lorhood of Sonora. They have hunted down, ,
and 1nfoifla0n.0fl the EAT CIRCUIT OP TilE IMPORTANT FRQU NEW GRENXOA ANOTHER with threats of .
actions fi1e IoltitutlM. of Captain Kirkpatrick, were massacred. I aggressors: bunging up severe1.
jteof e fine iArtt, STATE- OF FLORIDA, CIRCUIT COURT REVOLUTION THERE. by the Indians. Thu Ind.an* in the entire They have whipped, confined banished and ,

1WUGHODT 'I'UE WHOLE WORLD. OF ST. JOHNS COUNTV. it CABTRAOtiBA, July 24, 1851 vicinity 'of Rogue'sJiver and the Klamath shaved the head of four or five within the-week
.-00Tb .IN pI14NCE '. A revolution has bcuken out in AHliochia and region have exhibited the utmost hostility past.: The Herald sys the stale society requires .

.I Art UnIon ot.l'hitatttpbia awards prizes in David'L. Palmer surviving 'partner Pupayan, the two richest provinces in the against the whiles, and being armed with ,ltand acknowledges the indebtedness ,

Its own Cartlicalef with bleh 'original 4mericaD.cnb of.the firm of, Palmer;&. Ferris.. country and will soon be widely extended. guus an4 pistils, us well as. bows !and arrows society San Francisco i out of whose confine

rl Art 11\1' bepurhaPed< latny p1iolihe tT. vs, I Gen. Borrero, at the head of 1,009 men ., ore u. most formidable adversary. the,rascals have been let loose to overrun the_! ,;, ,
t- whoTOnTobnTln .
' ,I 8tatn..a'.he optIon and aeLectOQ of thopeiiwn! hannah Loring: Admre. of Renben' Foredozul't. had raised the standard of 'rebellion in the 3eveial: I 'parties of whites were in arm.* and country. 4

a prfae-at IB* Loring deceased: Charles Loring, Medillino,and was every day ,receiving large I in i.ursuit et' those who had committed dep- :" : .;
' Aunun DUtrlbutloo, William W., Lorthg, Frederick Lo- a'ccesiions to bu forces. The Artillery bat redations, at the last occount.The ,

; .,Wfrifaifto: : M'1" };rnrinGt/: las wetk ring,,her Elizabeth husband.Nunes and Albert! Nunes -. talion of the city left to-day and the 'nfantr'yaro Indians are still troublesome in SncrcI CHEESES.' ', ,t t
i! Ye ?.. # under marching orders to leave at any Two men were seated at a table in Nashville -:
ifcrw in entry T APPEARING/ to: the Satisfaction of the I mento, Valley, and refuse to come in at the ,
TU&. .,-EX&Cl'ilVK'j 101tMITTEE: .OK THE, ] Court, by affidavit,'made in thjs Cause, that the hour. Wo fear withdrawing the troops place, specetied by Dr. 0. M. \Vozeuc raft, drinking ale and eating crackers and '.

...ART...- uNION_-P. Defendants qharjrng.WilIiam: W. Loring, from this the most important post of thc country -' one of the Indian Commissioners. The Commission cheese. Their conversation length. turned '
will tend to the immediate outbreak cheese.
; without but causa without funds and upon large -
works of Art. chargeor Frederick Loring tJaabtta Nunes and Albert A. are totally utter-
,Ybto 10 qaesttwec' tW. from their : Nnne, her hnsbanjd reside beyond the Jurisdiction of the revolution here. The militia has ly unable to prosecute: their' mission to a successful "That. was a very .largo cheese presented .

: eompen'& STREET, of this Court,out. or the State: of Florida, but in the been called otJt.on4 tlie last day'or'two, piles issue without additional tundr. to-Andrew Jackson.said.one. 41 .

d FREE GALLERY.210 ClIESNUT United States: of arms, sabres and muskets have been carried In Sacramento City, a most aggravated "Ye.., weighed nine. hundred. pounds Aeer I 4-

Forlho paaon$ In the eounlrJwbo may 1ie remote It is therefore Ordered that the Said Defendants through the streets to.he place of distributing.As high way robbery was cominited on' the 9th upwards,-"- answered the other. ..

: fromCaftrn' e.or public exhibi ti ODl or the Charles Loring William iV. Loring, Frederick I formely w oteit will be the most bloody instant in broad daylight. Impatient: the A young gentleman who was sitting read a

Fiaa AI1I.RDbecriptloDl Loring, Elizabeth Nunei and Albert A Nunes,her Revolution; ; New Grenada bas ever witnessed. law's delay, the people, by their united expression -: ing a newspaper. in the same room, inquired !I. .,

be nade hnband. appear, and answer the Bill of Complaint The truth of my statement was c ntrndicJcd ,induced the court and the I fcVyer selected --

or znembr4p. 85, abou1d members; or : Filed in this cause within Four Months, or the at the lime,'but results now demonstrate to deJend the prisoner, togo into ;trial immediately "How much did you say sir ?" ., .<
10 u 10 ntble aid Dill will be taken as confessed against them. that I I no, alarmist and have "Nine hundred and 4'
$1 earl, as I'raedeablt wbicb will before was right. am and at last accounts one- of the party upwards. answered, ,
And It Is further ordered that of this .
ohhe "RflJOner publication '
early Dumben been too much public excitement to be easily trial. .tho other.
before the courts on
to any part was
waMeet,upon the receipt of the mODe)- order be made in some Newspaper published within led astray by false reports. 'The Mormons are makiug a decided movement "That is about halt as large as some that' "

.r the eoaDUJ. WIlt giva TeCept1 for the Eastern Circuit,once a week ronsecntirely for The tact that General Borrero ope of the' towards establishing direct communication my father, 'makes in, this cuunty,",; was the :'.
$ Months DOUGLAS ''
5CItttflf Four TH03,
The Honorary rtmUtlDCfmn be made t\ A true copy from Minutrn of Court. first citizens and soldiers of'tbe Republic,anda I from, the Sail Lake to the PacUic. ,A young man's reply ; "his cheeses" generally .r, .

bocriptloDlqt ,GEORGE W. DEWEY P. B. DU-IAS. true patriot, should boat the head 'of the largo party hllv. recently arrived from Salt average two thousand pounds. <

i corresponding Secretary, .Clerk C.C. St. ,Johns County. revolt, indicates that it is no child'! playnot a Lake through the Cajon Pass, about sixty Two thousand pounds !" exclaimed the I' .

210 Chesnut Stn -,t. Philadelphia. July 5; 1851. 4mos.no27 farce, to amuse the public\ ,by a show of apparent miles'from Los Angeles, with an expressed straxgeri. i to perfect astonishment ,"'Vlry; :
t patrlo mbut.a. serious and honest endeavor determination to settle in that section. ,They how docs he manage a dairy capable ,of.mak*, .

.: '..;l'ftQKNH" WOK PBOSECIJ- Iv1fl1Eg SI1PPLIES. to 'oveiia'row an administration which nn. are said to be negotiating; for the purchase ofa ing such an ancnormcHajeheese: 7 inquired: both. '
+ xUft ()L&l.I n'.TDE Bh' der the guile of a liberal interpretation of Republican very.fio* sancho, e.long'ng.. to Senor Antnio ,*- sImultaneously %
4 : opyAxigNOTON. 4 I ACRlfJl.4IQPQ.. Gf: ; *;'Dhdth1ng; Institution, -bis:. been'guilty of acts Lpngo. -Veryeasy" replied tha young mm r "he has

!: subscriber vudertakel did ,cq1t1oD.ItLtlfmen1 _, Youtbi; b 10 das' from Baltimore, 'ouanti which would disgrace d potbm.' bate no Th 'intelligence from tho mines continuesto i tin extensive trough leading down the side'of:. -

$ aDd'' adj jukat of iii JClnatr q fdc$4cCO1fl't3 ties of Groceries Provisions,Shelf Goods; and bias of party, but I dp think it.were i: not i in the be'' extremely encouraging, and a general a large, bill on hisplaceandhalldown there >

or df'O\&Dda _illost: the Corern'ineut offer |to tamilies and others in want, an opportunity spirit, of man to bear such Impositions as have spirit of contentment seems to.prevail amongthe is an immense vat; the cows ,are nulked,io.

r the''U ited States, or janflowtry : foLgatte or of purchasing by thb pack&go or been practised by the called Liberals towards miners. the trough and the same runs into this reseta"

; befrtity. or the public ,lkpartmtD\I at quantity. the Conservatives. ACT instance occurred The effects of the late fire In' this city are voir.abouf" middle way on the side' of''the,. .

aetM. end Navy. ,1'en. 45 bbls 'Lard..40 kegs do, 2 hhds Hams, doShoulderS in the Province of' Antiochia brought by the yet perceptible, but the energy and enterprise bill. ; p

t The ,tor1pg r ratnatl. Arm1 the G Ve'D- 12 d6 Bacon, 25 bbls Pork, 3 do last mail, which caused the' blood to curdle. of our citizens appear to by unabated. The Leaving the stranger digest this description .

ions,the llectioM: of aeconata against other bu- Mackerel, 2 do Herrings 5 hlf hbls F, Ml Beef, A family were attacked by the members of "burned district although not entirely re- the young mm cooly laid down.the papers.and .-'

meat,all Und claims,and every demand or 5O,tioxes Soap, 6Q do Candles, 25 bgs Coffee, the Liberal party. The father and two other builtis pretty thicklyjstudded with tenements walked off. Pnaenily! the"I landlord-,

cineK .f "KAV Cr kind. requiring the prom 40tiercea Rice, SO bbls Pilot Bread. 5. boxes members were murdered and their bodies most tit all descriptions, and brick and stone build- stepped in. _.

efficlcataerfiicaof.an A teaideaet fowtetn. \years>eyoragent.al the seat of the Fed- Oranges, 5 do Lemons,. 5 bbls)Lampr" Oil, 300 cruelly maltreated. The females! were tied I Ings of the most substantial character are "tioynu know that young man who left'tho
boles BOO bushel Corn beaten and violated,-and the'very'political in all roonva few minutes since 1" inquired-one: of
ratJwinent' with\ a thorough and famnll' ac- bbls Flour,50 Hay, up, in process ot'erectioo ports:
flMiataaetwifciht' varlout.syttfmi and rOutine of 200 do Oats: 60 bgs Bran! 10" casks Porter, chief of the canton styled "J fo Politico." I the strangers : :
.11 to I 60 Nails i U said to have headed the mob., "Yes sir"said tho landlord, cis, the
public\ busmen'11 diflerrat omens as u 10 baskets Wine, 5 hhdtlSugar; kegs I ; ,son-
all Parts of the State.
Congress iaade
Cl adviser*, If fceeded ]a. l5es the uader igae< in. 12dozen' Brooms, 10 chests Tea, 5 hhds Tobacco possesing unbounded resources a delightful Prom the Nortber, or Sacramento District "What is bis character for truth and veraiity '

pledriac' the fullm .snurfitiion\ and, \\* ntmos| 4* 8 ceroons'Tobacco, 10 boxes' Cider climat' and everything else to make life wo, have the Nevada Journal ,and Marysville !inquired the strangers. /'

patch to'\_ who nay eatrast their bosineM to his arid other articles' in like quantities,at ,Wholesale desirable and pleasant But what security. Hen lJ. of tho 12th: Sacramento Times and "1 never heard it doubted ; replied tho land-7

ctrt. Being wellkiown:la the greater part of UiecUteeoi ; and retail. B. E. CARR. for life and. property now ? foreigners, to Transcript and Union ,of the 14th July. lor"7'. \

of this district,aad to many ge Uetnea who Jfle.2Bh, 1851 be ure, are respected,but when a mob gets Nevada, ai'minio', 'city far amid mountains ")11 reason for askm jag .aid_the st'ran

htv been tnembcra of both lloose of Congwsstnth 1 infuriated, .who is calm' enough to stay the whose sminits are hidden in everlaitine snow, geT, "is that ho.has been telling us that his,

.last jweln ye rtU to deemed useless to extend tabtmse*, Potatoes, Apples.oiciona j threatening hand agains foreign property tAfta& .bits built a new church edifice for tho Congregational fother manufactures. cheese at h *'dairy in

notice by pedal nferenees.CoffiBumkfttlotmausiU .' Tfj,rachwaer 'GiJl !J. now Jland, choice articles demoniDn,OI).' this county which average iwo"thousand :
isusxnss TausJiciiox A' fellow '
Pr"cl.la all\casec.Qaartw JL Vegetable asa fte4 Petfi, Apple, Potatoee : Maine bu&liked- Nevada has also ,a theatre at which Miss pounds." '. . ,,...
Onions Oats Cora engaged tott girt in her
bunch was
01 feef Trill| bt Wfaltted by the Tuturt and Cst43.ting and her Carpenter: in the Lady of Lyons a few,nights "idon't. know any thins aboutia weight'of ,4. 4
,(, ? fihabuslneKbat. ... $ ia all ez.es.Addrca .- D anaUcifor; .sale at Wb )etalt or retail her slstef better than he did Wishing from the of beautjr .
tears eye his cheese"
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!; ANCIENT, CITY. ect ofw i h.must be absolutely! ruinous io pulse in this Cit',..tThero were a number circumstances of'unnecessary seventy, 'ifi 4 5 NEtEGR4rHIC.- 'lTEX&

I'l'W the interests and convenience a large portion of excitable spirits marching through the hot only' justify but make the immediate. "/*; ** / S /

I of ihe:public; who are to1be subjected to streeti on Saturday, night:! with music and lerferonce States an-imperative of tho Government duty" of the lit..Ugitea... / *.% -, .NxwYosr,August 28... 'I 1 > .

its operatioa-to our own, immediate Citizens, shouting, and at two' o'clock the noise had 5/A, noked, That thoso of our own.citi. S 9 Another tremendous' 2at&eriolorlheCubaD f'
it will be of most disastrous tendency; persons not entirely subsided t but 50 or 100 men are zens and fiends who ,Have recently, or mayhereafterembnrlf sympathisers'was held in the ParKtooigatBlackman -.

I :. I ItFQu4Iirr ( as before .uJg &ted ) travelling to but a drop in tho"bucket of the 635/00 who their I lives i and fortunes. in ..presided: and the. rneet.N.%Carr.:was addressed .
: Enoch amp11Ios. Capt.Itynders .
or -FEDERALBERSTAHCE ubnn i'l'EJiwmrtr : II inhabit the generous struggle for Cuba emancipation, by
AID >> andfrom ounCity. must .sheer necessity, "(as here. have bst-'.oic heart felt wLea. for. apd others. The langugeofte >-
TO ALL VIIO OPPOSE fi- the, mail Boat from the north., is under, it, to. I do not mean to deny that: thousands of people their succtss.our rAfter ., speaker was: wore violent,and exciting than '' .1

land her after dark and the here condemn the Doct. ie.frej u5 evening nna as a consequence,
I ST. AUGUSTINE passengers stageto summary course taken the reading of the resolutions,
8PTEMBERTRVl8M.Tba ., mobs,weft raised lo the highest state of cnthusiasm. .
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meet hex on her /etu/n, must leave here by the. Cuban authorities bull decidedly R. G. Mays, delivered in their support, an eloquent i +! Hinners; with bloody mottoes were : ;

S : Cu1a. several hours befqfed&y, ),Ijke; Jonaht Gourd object to life misrepresentation thai we are ,spirited and happily conceived ad- distributed amongst the 'crowd, and every "

last mail full confirmation of "' come and go in the night; or hold over at all carried raySby wild wrath and'indigna- dresvvhici was received, with the loud and oft means used-ib increase the feeling of resent '.
.'" brings Picolata with scarce a piacft whereon to lay tion, because a few adventures cast their ,repeated cheers of applause-the meeting was meat afljajnst tf$>- Cuban Authorities. Cheers ,
intelligence ieceived, of the : ? "'
.rhe heretofore ond ns'ere fceanl all
screams on sides :
I their heads and without ought else, ot com' nil the haza.d of die and died indeed. addressed : Mr. 'gr
upon a alsd! well, aud aptly fcy Simp- '
success of..Gen.. Lopez!; in hl& revolutionary: : and the latter especially predominated when 1
'rooverncnu, on tho Idaiid, and the latest uc.Counts'ich fortable accommodation until morning--but It lamentable to see atpfopled so imposedupon kins, and Mr. A. F. Gould. ihqCourier,.Express and'Tribune* paper were ;

byJTclegraph to Savaii- .this bid. as it is, i is not. the only I abomination by their rulers as the Cubans arc, but On..motion it was resolved, That the Editors alludedlo., One of the speakers. in the midst '

ii nahTrom: come in the matter. Letters coming as they I if they do not feel the oppression sufficientlyto of the' ; Florida papers be requested to publishthe of a violent barangue ..'.begged the listeners to '
New Orleans, further slate, not a<* u tlo
will, to our town, in the dead of night; can- help themselves or even to cry Come proceedings of this meeting. nothing rashly, andespecially deprecated !
rtKre rumor, but as anestablished| ('ft. thai the attempt to molest the. Hpamsh Consul, as
heis I en route for..Havana with a ..handsome not of course be answered until the mail over and help us! III dpn't know. why we The meeting; then adjourned, with three, had bce'n threatened" *'ins otEcf." said he. '

nd rapidly augmenting force-he was when following-thus involving ,a delay! which it should! fret our gizzards about them. Personally cheers for Cuba and Liberty.CRISTOBAL .. "is: at 119 Leonard street, but don't my,friends ,1
f (manifest and doubtless will Jam lo&r restrictions'put Chairman. donny-lhin : unlawful; rAftej '
.entirely may a by tho BRAVO; : .
jalt heard ion at Marjcl, ,a few miles only : :
hi jfcrnitjj
bo mnsi .seriously unjuribus, to the commercial by the Spanish authorities trade and T. > speech sympathisers ann.ces.siun
b froi he and it will not upon Ii IiI
!" erf.lbf61Ci.! 1" head'il by a bniwj of:.mu io, and .
ii and other interests ofthe com- free communication with Cuban cities and % 'Tt .4
), 'Wly"' tJlisnouDC I"bl'Julloc is \L !;*?**! Lb jtfci ''j important* -u'pr _* : ... .* From &* Savannah'Corning Nev9 jSeplem&er 3d.Gin. I ;.rixeed.rd up JJroactvay, io tug iiiroctiurf of: :
; nf II'I: 'I uii \; i-J 1.' ij( Mjfi ig2idal to see.thp%peopjo of.that --q, Luozuirdteet hooinsr, yeilmg.'an4 hrcaten-. ,
upt cy t mails ..bUG L.I ZtTi Jl>T'IL*|iL>ij ifJi Jr""irrrriL.ndfthrow ?* rGler f"e ,
The as we ingo'jr. simplicity n < "l i6 RJri". n A" .fffiPlihJQ i
,We are < &.
In/ormed thai the new Republic'ssteamer -
supposed, were designed in their on.. that other -for 4 :br' 1tit-.Ia{ ; un4erstaidu7. ::l c ..
/leither Spain nor ign
Ifampero, which. has been, lying at; any. Lopez Victor Jon*!!I tar and fvKirtiers hal been prepared tor him '
for co.Jvenience-the
gin ; public organization country has a right to a single foot of land in *
Jacksonville Cor two three Left In threat directed against t.
or days : pn consequence or :
. I ; of that department of the government this : mm1i. !fN" f2ljni -
the 3d inst. nod/dropped down to the mouth < La Chronicle. Spanish pnper.. Ar,extra .
: having no further,reference jprgfgard police ot 300Qenhus ..bcea stationed
At dinner table the of the
of the St. John; tojR 'the nrriv.il of the ,on day reception WITH
,. xyait to the private interestsoflbecar.riersor LOPEZ MARCHING ON HAVANA th era.'. V S

; S Mail Boat,.from the.Ndrlh, by' which a number correctors; than is requisite, to give to them, ,of the news by the Cherokee an Englishmanhad 1500 TO. 2000 MEN !! ."* I' -!.. *, ;
the effrontery to, assert that "It was evi- J S
: volunteers were ex ect'd. After re- reasonable'and for trfeir '.Ww Ydw.'jfug 26-10i P. M.
a just compensation, I*1'IvoOIfIcers and Fire Hundred
den American people wanted to seize '
t, ceiving ihemsheWiIl proceed at once, with 'Viccs-i it appears however, from prevailing jbe Spanish Soldier Killed t At present *aI!! is qUIC, and th re ale no
her bnhd of three hundred of Cuba as they once attempted to do on Canada,
precious some indications in Ihis that we: .have been indications of jlence/ The mob bud
quarter ;
our gallant youths who arc going 'to give : though they disowned it when the effort resulted By the arrival schooner Merchant: Capt. peraed.
in in and
j their services and .sh d, if need be, their sadly eror, respect ; th9'trans.portr's in'a miserable failure.": Nothing could Westerndorfie, from Havana, which port he I : -* S S '.
of the mail bags ; rare permitted to be more untrue than this, but supposing thatit left )n the'22d ult., we have the gratifying intelligence -
25th 10 31.
;in the sacred struggle for human rights; in'such PHBJkDXUPBIA, Aug. P"
rather thcin that Geh Lopez has been successful.in .
) manage: cr mismanage ,
S ,they ore worthy: decendants of a patriotic ,ancestry -subserve was correct, why should.the; English in the every engagement which he'has had with An immense mn'., meeting is being held] '"
; and 1y1etverr: } shield and bless themin way as ffid'bgt suit their whims, or face of their most unjustifiable aggressions i in the Spanish forces. to-night in Independence Square, to express

their efforts in bebail the IIply cause" for their own purposes-deliver !tjjem when, and India! expen1heir'gaaupoa! : NA erfcan thirst In the engagement on the 17th ult. Gen. Ex-' indignation at tne bar parties committed by the

how they please, or withhold iheln altogether; for the acquisition: territory. HA.i'ommander oftho Spanish' Army wan kill- Spanish' authorties, in shooting the American ,

who e advancement th.fYlare. generously. and as has happened in, repeated'."instances with. tf 4 ed, with several other officer Tbe Spanish, prisoners. Twelve or fifteen thousand* persons -. .
I', noblyperiling their 'a1.| the St. Augustine mail. Our'last mail north Beyond a doubt, preparations are rapidly had lost upwards of five hundred men killedin are present. Col.) John Swift was cho.sea ,
progressing under the cover of all this furorto the engagements with Lopez. President, with forty Vice Presidents cn.r I
Any man who e blood boils not with a feeling was-simply because, the Bout master,, did send several hundred recruits to Gen. Lopez The body of Gen. Enna was sent by Gen. twelve Secretaries.

I. deeper and far 'stronger than indignation not choose wait the regular hour for its arrival from' this city. It is certain that there Lopez with a flag of truce to the Spanish camp Col. S witt spokn at sopie length,condemning
left Picolata it was'of it be buried io accordance the course of the Spanish government: and.arg
perusing, tho following count ofthe brutal ; at where course In order that might
j .on are a number ot wealthy residents constantlyat interferencaof United Stales John '
of the dead. ing
With the in honor
detained, until Jhe going of the next Boat : usages '
butchery ofllielr men, bv the
workot only to .keep up the agitationbut Capt. Westerndoffe, saw the funeral of Gen. Cadwalladwr) introduced re&OlutioMJUltifyinJt
h, minions ,of Spain at Havana carries (so four days afterward*;) when aboW theCaptain to, 1 supplies to:the "Liberators." ESKA i in Havana, on the 21st ult. the course ot the Patriots, arxi recommandinjf :....:
be graciously pleased, to take it on 'the of Cuba bjr the United Stated
)1 not an American heart in his b som'- the terrible 'tTrle affair'was conducted witS great pomp purchase
Alluding to Massachusetts
;# boord ;ifmny stand a chance of proceeding tojnado in ap't.i solemnity. All the troops in the city and war in the event of Spanish refusal sell.

[From theN. Y.,HfraJd.J] towards its destination.' Such is the way in a friend' of mine'observed that we paraded on the occasion. The entire Spanish A repeal of laws prohibiting the armed in-' ....
were not onlfr 1 getting the Cuba fever," but forces then in Havana did not exceed some lepenuon of American citizens for the reliefof
The Eztc1lt Dn-+TM'' Los of the Steamers Pi. which our community is wronged and iusul- by also
those oppressed tyranny was re
.. her atmospheric phenomena &i so. The weather 700, the'great body of the troops having
: zorro-The Death of the Pilot and Engineer. ted by the hirelings ofa purseproud and arrogant .Oubeatuh. ? 'been dispatched to meet LOPEZ. 'commendeJ. =Ths rules of the civilizud Warfare

IsendyoU the following nrcount of the'execution I coporation; which insolently; contemns isjfecidedly: fr Gen.HLojfczV/orces were hourly increasing were also urged in the treatment of prison

of (the "Liberators" as given in a all authority ; sets at naught is bounden; obligalion .5 Steamship Cherokee and Winfield Scott by reinfor n'-'nts from the Cubans. The Spaniards ers, and atonemen: demindeJ of Spain fur her

letter from ari eye witness under date- 1.l : orissuffered, iby lhose' who hold will leave for. New Orleans tc-n&orrlW simultaneously' themselves represent his force at 1500. recent atrocties -The President was requested
0 HA VAK A,.August 16, 1851., t # B6th will be full of frigfE to 2000 on the 17th. With ,this army Gen. to rail an extra session of Congress, to
At least 10,000 people were there M sep*J It I and aouldtxecise. thrower of compulsion, ; v LOPEZ. was advancing on Havana. consider thee matters. Cadwajlader spoke

.,(execution,) Th old Spaniards;
comoelled to admit' that they never snw men ofdutyciiI'! ; f'e'l have n1In_ the 4 -j" ,Cuban Meeting !. ,wounded Spaish ,troops.d They Deport that followed bf others in support of them.f .

'meet deathWilf little1' aarent fear. apleuiePlb a people "patient unde I IC'aWreqq A large* and*enthusiastic meeting ot Ihe. the 'Spanish officers and the soldiers were < S Sxcamak'lhorg m.T .
,.'. j {'q. t .hCdSt "!i i.th.tl! !rt OL 411.ltate utterly surprised and dismafedal e rapidity, '
ho al"\ ,
: .. 0ythingi fiends of Co ban Independenceassembled ) H !
bi'e P
arid (
4. tB&i \ flowed with' nrcdi ifcu .
.' : JlP-cJ an :1.cqcJ.1 v* whlcJvthe Ampricaoi: .
and coming to'Sntiiit t4| Mlhe Market'house .fe, drtJJbTflr.tei.\ Tfc8 .ftt'fol1 maaly,effixlTrc and fervent ,
', 'wftlfUfeff tockflci ttf&t ol&ersand I within [oeg6iI *et the.. ct evectvoinae on1h t.lanks. \ T ,
r.. ten t.pfih6% nozzles of their: : guns. When" the.wongs.hed.upon (with a passifhess i uttinu, rbrr4)Ionday evening September 1st. "Americans, they say, fired three and four times comra nication has been sent to,us says the N.. ..S

they were air on.their knees, the brutes of little short ''slavish ? we sayr emphatically Mr CRISTOBAL BRAVO was called ,to tbe.Chair, to their once. Orleans Delta by one who is devoted,mind and ,
soldierstioramenced .the work.(death. Some The outrages perpetrated 'on the fir ;.one heart, in the cause Cuban liberty. It is well '
j / let U3 rather, awake fftm onr npathy and THOMAS T. to
no : ; RUSSELL Eiq. requested the of all who/oel interest
of them were shot fivfe orsix times bcfojre they Americans, after their murder, are fully con worthy perusal an .
'were killed. Aftei1 they were all dead the proclaim our' injuries. and demand re dress in act as Secretary.' firmed. Tbe Americans Havana are very in that cause, as i it embraces The whole argument ;

negroes were compelled to lake them and a voice that shall bc'heard and respected, evert The Chairman having stated the object oi much incensed at Mr. Owen, our. Consul in on thi, question,conveyed in a most logif"1'

draft them to the bottbm,of the ',hill, with their, in the palaces of pSvtrer at, the seal'of govern- the meeting, on qtion, a committee of thirteen consequnce of the indifference which he cal and ferven style:
'faces down.. As, they ,were .thus dragged by manifested in reference to the fate of Col.) Why have a city adjoining New Orleans -
thejtroops,: the officfcis and soldiers ,would I I ment.. I ,consisting of the following gentlemen IrtUendtn and his command. called Lafayette? Why so many counties and '

:, stick their swords and bayonets in them with 5 George Center, Major Miguel Usina, Alberto o By this arrival we learn also that the towns bearing that: name in almost every Slate

'curses such as only Spaniards can use. New York Cdrrcspoiidencc. Rogero, Paul Arnau Juan Usida, Dr. R. G. Spanish steamer Pizarro was still fast a. in the Union Why so IT.anv.placeJ bearing

,r Nsw You, AUGUST 25th', 1851. Mays, John Drysdale Ignacia Lopez, Rob- ground. There was no hope 'of getting her the names of Ifontgomerv, eKalb, Steuben
S and other' foreigners Why America
A gentleman of otir City, interested in the The.Cuban matter is, of cours4, the principal cit !Mickler F.lLl1cis; Bridier, F.C. Humphreys, oft There was great excitement and much apprehension when the brave Koscinsco fell wept Why are

,undertakejng has furnished us, for publicdjtion subject of conversation this morning.To .- James B. Ponce, and P. C. Zylstra Esqrs. in & an. "5 the names of these foreigners; hallowed ,in

with the following extract from a letter read some of the newspapor reports, a were appointed 16 draft 'suitable Resolutions We have not been able to obtain any letters. America ? Because they are the names! of

received by las mail from New-York. stranger*would suppose our citizens tb be in a to be presented to the meeting. Our files of Havana papers of course contain those who len country: home, friends, and

M DEAR SIB,-Everjr thing respecting our condition ot boiling indignation one and all ; no news oflnterest.Private flocks, to aid a foreign; people struggling for
The Committee then retired and after a commercial letters report businessIn liberty. We were that people. With their help
; Boat is in full operation' -Carpenters, En- but such an impression would be very erro short absence presented, tbr 'ugh their Havana very dull, the excitement in the we gained our Jep-ndenci We overthrew

: gineers and Joiners, are all at work and I neous. The phrase A Meeting in the Park?' -Chairman, George Center, Esq. the following city and neighborhood very great. tyranny, and then those noble, generous men

have no hesitation, in' saying she:will be the carries with it an idea of an immense multitude and vizi Ho disaffected were the Spanish troops in the who had crossedthu wi.iu All iniic ocean to '
. her Southern Waters preamble Resolutions: city of Havana, that the government did not aid us, we pre 5''U l> our bosoms, enrolled
best boat of class, in tho too large to get inside of any building
Whereas, we have received information, them and their deed the
know what corps to rely upon. 'Many of the upon brightest; page-
I I -She will i be !built, as strong as Iron however large but: for the most part there is a that in the Island of Cuba the people are engaged Spanish officers publicly declared, that they, of our history, and decreed them immortality

:copper and Wood 'can make her-I think I deal moonshine in this notion. Certainlythe in( a noble effort to throw'off the galling I feared their commands would joil G..n.. LoIEZ' by baptizing many town villages, cities,and I '
about the middle of November of the the first counties with their names-American monument
she will be ready, meeting in.the Park on the night yoke of Spanish tyranny, and, that .a on opportunity.
her Previous to the sailing of the Merchatn, the erected to their memory to continue so
; -If she Is not, what ,1 represent day that the news of the massacre" arrived
revolution is actually egun'wbich promises opinion was openly expressed in the Spanish long as liberty lives or the solid earth endures.
,c. to be, then I: am wiling) to forfeit my repu. was a small one and thre! was nothing in it a successful issue, at no distant day; and coffee house both by Spanish anif Creole citizens It i is: not only the present generation inhabiting r S

. tation as' a sailor-4 calculated to lead a spectator to infer that whereas the people of these United States, of respectable standinjj! that Gen. LOPEZ tho United Stales, 'who have accorded to

.Yours Re8pect J1y 99-100lhs of the N. York voters cared enough cannot but sympathise with any and every would be successful in his attempt to revolu- them those honors, but former generatIon

We are informed' that. this) boat is intendedfor about the object'to step out ot their tracks to tionize the island. S 1 incu jingour illustrious revolutionary.fathers.
is '
people so: engaged it becoming in us to offer Tue death of Gen. ESSA hnd much disheartened -.. All these have: pokp.n-alr have united iu
anl Savannah
the trade between Charleston favor it. Perhaps the contradiction of' the :,
to them, the expression of our earnest 1 the Spanish! 'troops. The officers commending.applauding, awardinghonoring
and Florida -She i will make occasional reported barbarity of the, Cubans to.the pufor- hope for, their triumph in their present struggle feared the unerring aim of the American and even -diftjiAg tae! foreigners who Hew to '

al trips to our Arcient ''B rou&' VVecongr&tulate aled bodies of "liberators," did something to for freedom trom the oppression which hus riflemen. \ the aid of an ojprf.'swtil ptfuj>!e-strujr: juj! ( for
liberty. On Uv subj'icf u the puWUr H.-ft'iTtwntof
Citizens and the Community More .
our "takedown" the public indignation. -5- ,
crushed them in almost !
for ages hopeless Am-ricii mire< u ; u.:'iio'ja awl M-T d.} not
t generally that tnrough the enterprizo of than one American passenger.. in.the "Cherokee" bondage;' and where.-is the heart ch.: rtrtg Arming of the U. $. :Iail Stet rash oaS.}' : I ,!ir I ..,_\ .,.' :i' .r' : ,.. ".' I.

I" tome of our .own<[. 'people, we are, likely to witnesses pf the execution, of the 60 has reached shores that ips. .ri;... I' "" ; .. ; 1:'II' ,! ,. .k'. ,
our the r ,
f, ; to intelligence \Ve learn says ifo- NeW: York: S : ", rh-'t yie ,. .. .,. _' .. .!
New u.
in the
Steumer asserted ;
have a superior [ adventurers, positively vening JS' -
efforts of the have : .., .
gallant Cuban patriots United States Meil ieannt.- jkee: ; 'f'l. t. .,
needed In of insull the bodies of '1..u..... 'IF f.,1 It ;'t; ,rt'i., .'...:.i ,
the t
long purservice "
Florida ,
a thing so to ,
story .
k .; ,. paperattiat resulted. IR. cuch! .successes, gs. "fltrali (. the left this port oo Tuesutiy .I".t" ti::o .. fur Cita*. .. r j ;.
; through this' arrang mcotl we .in! .** lh.*''prWbner was entirety' untrue. I :went hope of their speedyievement of I that free icfe via Havann went until armeJ oavin oip" -. .J"b": Cbnciia.orjtwVofaVf- despot,* r

able soon to relieve ouneleJlj '!from the, in* aboard,the Cherokee" before all her..passengers dom. Therefore be it1st. board ten fine guhs,6 of which'are to be:placed" to:freat ai pirates our cUizejasacting under

positions so long '(practiced, by those monopolists had lett her, and oneof them related to ,. on board the steamer Falcon. We learn that thIS American principle, who mif'happen to
; &sofcerfThal the intelligence which hasrea'ched the commanders of these vessels have orders
fall into his hands ? Publicsentimentin America
who have heretofore, 'had the thing all me all the particulars of the execution and us that the Island of Cuba is in a Atate to resist promptly, for: the future any insult or has declared that freemen have .

their own way, arid who having no essential burial J of the unfortunate expeditionists at Havana. of open revolution excites in us, as it oughtin indignity that may be offered them.by any of succor the oppressed and to incur a right if ther'choose to

parity interests;with us and therefore (as the He was str ng 'in his censure. of Spanish : every lover ot civil and religious liberty the Spanish vessels of war. This'is the right the chances of war. This right car, .

j world goes ) no sympathy for us; have looked, exaction and tyranny on the island, "but" the, liyeliest emotions ot sympathy an4 joy. spirit. It wilt meet Ihe.hearty approval of the ries with i itlhe co-reltiiverixhl, if captured
_- 2od Resdced That the feelings of those whole American people. The commandersof
I to be treated as of
& wishes and accommodation the prisoners war and
regardless our said he, "your city papers exaggerate I brave and not as
._ quite among us, who are enemies Cuban liberty, vessels named are experienced pirates.
i ,to theirown; profit, alone; and persons matter. There was no indignity offered to I aad denouncers of,those brave and generous naval officers, and if they come in con What right has the Governor of Cuba

,, travelling to'and; from our City; by ap. the .bodies. They were placed'in\ hearses, men, of qur own country and kindred.who tact with any of the Spanish hirelings they make those acts piracy, which the civilized to-

.;. ailing themselves jot this new I iSteamer will 1 much better looking than any ,in New York to to her assistance,. finds no response in will giro good account of themselves. world has never classed as such-act*, aiv' -

,,. avoid the ) ; of.treaty stipulations, we'can see no Gaza' ;MAB'S 'P.usKIICL-1 no of the
A envy ment people of, the United Stalest
new mall arrangement--freights and passage The meeting in the park on Friday nightwas reason why the lovers of liberty in. this and quality S of mind or intellect in others.-not From whence does he derive the right to

will it, may be presumed, be reduced to more. not attended by more than four hundred every country should be denounced for aiding genius' power, wit or fancy; but if .I could defy the usages of civilized nations, to set

: reasonable and just rates-in a word we.look people and even with this small audience all the people, of Cuba in conducting the choose what would bemost, delightful and I up his individual I,. tyrannical will! in scorn

::: ', with ,1.unfeigncdj! gladness, as we think, ware not in favout of the objects of the'call. revolution, already begun, to a glorious.' believe most useful to.me. .I should prefer a of the public sentiment of the people ofthe
: and happy termination. firm, religious bejieve to every other blessing United States and
whole community must,, pon this prospect While the filibuster were addressing from a presume to punish as pii .
our 34. Retained, That the' Island of Cuba being for it makes life a discipline goodness crea- t s our citizen*, who in
'; 1 of;a betterment$ 'In the facility of intercommunication platform! opposite the' grand entrance to the in a state of actual revolution, it. is the tes new hopes when all earthly hopes vanish' ., pressed, have'fallen into hi.,aiding hands the Ha has op -

,, with our Georgia and S. Carolina City Hall, another crowd lislined id high right.of.every man to afford all needful, en and throws over the decay, *destruction. 'of no right. His publishing what be would do,. 'Ii

; ,. .:neighporsrrknd.t heartily jtlo we bid Godgpeedto glee to, some loafer or other, .half crazy or ourageznentand aid to our Cuban brethren,. existance, the most gorgeous of all lights; .beforehand, it our citizen cam! to'hosjd
and that any ,effort of our own Government: awakens life even indeatb and from corruptionand ofthe oppressed Cubans
,fIt the embryo Craft-a rapid and healthy half 'drunk, barrangueinc upon his private not giver him
: restrain the exercise pf this of our calls and. I
; to : right decay, Sup beauty divinity; the rightf-itis: an ofthe
maturity ap"f
:- i price of putty. One' Speaker in this lot and at war'with the principles of. the ladder of ascent to paradise: far above I was premeditated; and cold-blooded)
her.Ber ro closing thiS article) we have a, ye- vigourously Jenouuced the expeditionists as. Due revolutionary wire.: all combination n of'earthly'hopes, calls)up the I der.: Toosa fifty-oneiyounz men,our citizen '

"Or two b make, touching- the new seeking to violate bur good faith with era*. 4th, RewIred, Tbat'aDY violation on : the' inost delightful vUion, palms and amaranth*, who were lately murdered ,by 'the "CaptaK
a, mark of the Government of,the established of the blessed the
part Spanish the garden: ; security ever.Iaztlcgjoys'Vhere General of Cuba were nct.theyicUms offthclrown
arrangerocit in question, an this is at '
arrangement Uoa with which Country peace '
civilized warfare
mail usages either by the sensualist and sceptic imprudence. If there is impnasfeec at
-t :as we unhesitatingly declare I mention these5 things, that you may, not be the, slaves against thejr and anDlhilat1on. any *l
adopted, t I arming masters, or vie* only gloom,decay, :-8 t in'the.matter the people of the Uate8tet, ,
t f or no'good and [tuflieicnt cause and the eff misled in your appreciation of" the F.bl I i the butchery of prisoners without! trial/ with 'Humrey Davy. ,l are rtsporuiblo for that imprudence.. ,W... :., '

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;w te beroe* of -the nYOlutioa'j: .laves,thereby fcopardizlng- our Whole I| I\ that his works and pervaded br OTICI: is hereby inn ;all concerned; that JYOTMCE 'i' Pd8SB fjBB ': ?

a d. ed &be ,tmgJlnterwt. Herculian efforts are ( of the inspired force of Plato'sI I 1, I shall,six months after date hereof present to ;;' :

1M- peop1e I straggling for in*, by thOSe who would cursh our 'I Snch a testimory to the .existence lie Judge of probate ofgt. Johns County tor nettle- .' .. ,

ate t&ci authors t thetroprodence to maka flu supercede cotton. Show powers drawn from the beau- lDent aDd allowancemy ,accounts as Executor .of .''A' .''at

___ tempted these yotung men from councils that you are ready;ifor the I ndoul greatness of the works of the Estate of Francis Triay, late of' said County ,' ; \ '' :'

_j If.(he cause of liberty We faust and that. were cottofl struck from the -;- ". ,-fIU14 '. deceased tiDal and that I shall at the same time, ask (lrDT and after the 10th,day of Jutwi the day rf tIc-'* ''**

11 We,togiSncnll Lafayette a pirate our prodects, jet,, with our favored 1 J discharge as such Executor.JOSEPH Pxecr. ON partare of.the steam packet; V" .1-Mr.
the principle* nf Ireemon or and we \
by determined prits, :
otif a"41f janu17i5.1851.GuUrdtau'. MAGNOLIA :: --
fur txvrderitg Freethm Sons in dlyunltYalur lttbof.Irito. new channels S
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,' W cauu III Piratft.Waihlntlpn had neyiV.ourc s of wealth. We say lit inst. by the Rev'J., Mr. Obriel, notice. CAW. P. McNELTY. S ,' '.'.'. f
i Motlce is that siX from
';" ,Convention let SABATX to Miss AGIDA AID*EC, both hereby given months From Savannah to Palatka, will be TUESD '
I planters, go up to the ; 1'1 the first publication hereof, I will apply to the U .. :. "
correspondent of the couutyyin the planting States be rcp :; rion.: the Court Probate of 8t. Johns County,for arming SATURDAYconnecting with the .
writing duder date -of 28ihi and there wiji go forth from that my'discharge as Guardian of Michael, Pbilomana, Steam Ships J ";'

spirit which! will do much to improve I OBITUAUr. Edward sad Francis Papy, Minor Heirs, of Michael FLORIDA.AND ALABAMA, ,

that jan anU-FjIlibiuJerCouncil was whole interests* of our country -CW&t : this city after a long and painful and Mary B. Pap). Deceased. For New York. She will continue to leave. .II ,

ill by .Messrs. Hall,Corwih Conrad (Go.) Seitfiiiel. Saturday the.30th ult. Hrs. JOSEFA GASPER N P PAPY Guardian. Tuesdays throughout the tear, S t' \

ua. ?" ; of the late Mr. SEc womo Ssotn -St._Augustine,April 4th, 1 tSl. 6o OL Carrying the United States nail, : I : )

_ire ah account that a steamer is fitting AFRICAN kCOTTOM small children, and a large Administrators Notice. For Freight,Engagements or Passage,having superior '_! ,
Th.i&w York with liberal supplies for SornlfiltyKxld years ago the first few relatives ana friends to SIx Months after the date hereof, I THOXAS accommodations, State Rooms, &c.,apply to the'
Steamers will rush ftWevervj of American Cotton were stopped at the loss. ., administrator of all and singular the Captain on board,'or to ,
New York n.xl' Kej West ic sue.ieYcnge pool Customhouse, on the ground that goods and estate, which were of Robert Hntchinson. FERNANDEZBISREE S.:
& CO.
the inv d'r. .It isfioiv known could nit be the product of the United senior deceased, at the time of his death; shall apply S
Now in thai staplejezcecds SHIP NEW to the Honorable Judge of Probate.-in and for St. Agents .Jacksonville or. to, -
A that this Grgverntenjl; i is Impotent ,our export
Johns County in the State of Florida for\final settlement M. A. S
in other single article' CpHEN
tU'se illegal enterprwii. Tne the comm-rco any : ort of St. Aa.tllle. .
of and for tinal from .
account discharge
my ; a
nation. A vaster Agent at Savannah.
of the Union forth by dUY
. ,?,? correspwtidcnce r"- the Administration aforesaid. S
B1ends thnt irrelGovQimunt slum,d itnrne 'I !.idJy ever risen. from a; smaller ) ARRIVED. THOMAS DOUGLAS. Savannah,June 3,1851 '*; t

.)f HP to war with Spin, and cmplov! our nrng\ 1st-scbr. MARY ANN Capt. Administrator.St. 03 This' Steamer will leave Jacksonville for .
t nayal furte. an U,1j1(1 .* fcnns'iIs l1'Of&' 'A 'few weeks, toncc, the weekly hours from Savannah: Augustine April 12th. 1831.Jptfro1sjerebyea Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING,at o'clock! ;:; S
ions nt the sailflpor|; 'conl" n until further noUce _.. ,"
t 'affl'tin .Jllf tiwir 21 > j f .G 5LTWUENeE
_ j .j 'butIei. toaU whom.Iit
jnjerM -
: j 1 f.PfI.l joa* 1 4 '
= J tfI. ert b et f *tts> *rf4 ; -ar 6'aiIe fred?, 6.bnrrcli I J., *that I SHITat: aud1larAiiminisftator.fthe : 1-
fo III, et' 1J
Who sav'that. this'' n'ht'the b I '25 firkins Butter; 3 hbds Bacon, estate of Francis P.Sanchez,deed having as such admlnistrstor ANDUEU .
hands oil, olid let the FilliUuke can -r the control of DRAPER ,
tell Ute" management real estate AND TAILOR.
rival Crackers$ barrels Flour 20 box
which in 'time ,
of trade may
tbcif own cou se. In FJorida; the property of infjint heirS of said estate CORKER OF CHARLOTTE .5?. ASD TREASURY LANE.
soil and climaie ,!) casks Brandy 18 barrels Pota 1
Govetinvni will, 1 think, adopt the lat-: extent The African make application to the Judge of the Circuit Court of WOULD
is more favorable to the production of and assorted cargo, the Eastern Circuit of the inform -
Tiutt is to aav, she matter Fhrida. at next Term of of
the Citizens St.
Gkivunnent and it is said produce a better article 'B. E.CARR. said Court beholden the of S Augustine
the hands of the to. City. Augustine,
*, tin _ and the adjoining Counties, that he
_ have in ;
abundantly than that we in and for the of Johns 1-
tiny County
I authority to
or might "
sympathizers' 'has hnn-t well
constantly on a Belec- .
1ibe &al" Liber that n great : I sell said ,
of I We hear from a Frenh Supplies. Real Estste. -
tier is in the band a powerauove S SS ted stock of the best French Engliib. ,
-Lent,for it: is contn'Hed by destiny. ami. H.H been plnnH' with i U crop. : d per schr. Mary Ann from S PETER BENET. and Gf rraan Broad Cloths Cassi- .
_ thu thllI hu s i i.cl'n dotrc uv Siena Ancillary Administanor.
mm : !
: \ the fullominfc articles, viz : meres and Veerings, which he wili.
CROPS.BitULxJL A ins>i.lIluar'Hites; J rum .)au that Butter, Loud, Hams, Bacon,Cheese, St. Augustine,April 5th. 1851. make to order in the most Fashion

ehc'fs and others in the vicr.ity are Onions, Teas, Sugars, Flour, Rice, Notice. able! manner, and upon accommo
U -The Sr, Landry Whig of August si.cu ia cOl lJ'.'fatJte ,qu.intrtlvs, and ns, Spices Hoap>, Broom-, Hay, All persons hag any clzim.s;or demands dating terms: ,Also, that having opened a direct .
says: the (irt time a unlive had juSt Brand, Porter, Ale, Brandy, the estate of\iHuixT Kuunrc, late of St I communication with the First Houses in the same
e vi eat her continues very sultry and dry him to buy a cotton nin. He .1.l Lemons, Cocoanuts, Almonds, Johns,deceased creditors belnalegnteesorother-[ line in New York,he will have the earliest reports o S

_____be cane crops are ,iMitfenn very muiir'fl that, in a few years, Cotton will be &C.t' & E. rARR. wise, are hereby notified to present them to the sub Fashions from tliat City and from Europe. .
of nin. Corn is beyond redemption. Iy exported from the West coast ge: scriber within two years from the date hereof,or they 'N. B. Cutting and repairing done on the shortest .

I it small.; Ttio health of the parish i i.* I)', is hereby given t' at I will six weeks if- will be forever barred. And persons indebted to the notice.

_ ally good. VVotrus*. the t efforts making to apply to the Judge .of Probate of St. estate are required to make immediate p yment.F. Nov.9.1RO.uear'searuuean. S

. p Point Coupeo Echo of August 16, this end may tc crowned with succes. : ,"",for letters of Administration, de bo- 13.1850Estate BRIDIER, Administrator 1 1 j I

ing cquld do so much Id put a stop to the Estate Sebastian Espenoso late of Sept. > purchase all the Bears Oil and Grease .

e dry weather which we have this week t ifude! and lay the foundation of cIViUV, ) ,deccasad. MAURICIO SANCHEZ. of Dr. Andrew Anderson, de ftvill citizens ol Florida will ship to me in Savannah .

_ .be vorable lor picking Cotton, we un- Africa, as the establishment of regular' Sept. 5, 1851, No3G ceased. ,the Oil at One Dollar per gallon, the Grease '. I
and very soon must be in good Stone Jan for which I will "
rapidly .
d that opens merce 10 nnv nsiderublu extent in is hereby given,that thirty-days from put up
- ton plsntew will be actively occupied cIt uf agricultural prixluciloo. Co\ton.i Notice.S Notice hereof,I will apply to the Court 'ol !pay fiifty cents per pound. The articles must be .

vetttflt their crop. which, we hopc will oily tho easiest und best thing to make lIl having any claims%. -orf demands Probates of $u Johns County, for leave to sail so pure larze or.I. will of most both positively the articles reject, and them.consider. I use ,
F---r. Rood one. K. Tribune. much of the Estste oC.Di. ABDXBXW Airsxa- quantities my
wi-N. the Estate ,of .Francis Pass deceased, Rfkl of it. Send from
_ tannerfille (U.) Fnqurier of the 8th The Editor has (large ex;.ectations ,heirs, distributees,legatees or,otherwise, SON,. WID be sufficient to pay the debts and gallon self good to ten judge gallon at a time or any more quantity it possiLle.W.IIU1IPHREYS. J S
.n: 'Since our last there have been race of barbarians which centuries no.ified to present them to the subscri liabUI u'tLtrr9f.aad' fix month torn this date, i
a. rains In this and Jackson parishes, cd to Ivuncti' one step in civilization. two years from the dtte hereof the I.. I will apply thj s d Court for toy final dicharge, as Wholesale Druggist Savannah, Ga., '

sycomeJooate to be ot great bene. climate and .soil may be well adapted ( barred. f Executrix ofjUaKptfe. NOT 16 Iv 'F'I S
corn is irretrievably spoiled, and growth oil cotton, but what free negro ; ([ P. FERREIIPA, Administrator. \klK3X-p.. ANDERSON, Executrix. I /
_- is not much aided by so late s niot accomplish in the Went Indies 16U851 Ko 33 April sJ6-6m. 'A ATTORNEY. FO11P8OECI.
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*w hardly; accomplished' by African Bs Flax Seed.Arrow [OT1CE isVereby given, to all persons I TIIfG CLAIMS AT THE CITY > .' ;

5y..TheBrandonjItks.)Republican Al ica. The free savage of Africa will, .Tiploca,,Cocoa ey.. ChockoUte,Liquorice, J." baviag culms' against the Estate of Stephen S OF WASniftGTOIV. :;.

tbe IStb insU says: *The weather continttiufonaly be able tocompete, with the civilized ,Race Cmg% $p *,.,(ground), nab Arnao deceased; either 'as creditors legatees) ; or THE subscriber undertakes the collection, V I
drf,with a very few exceptions, of the Southern mates directed by the i Cayenne Penu|| am.. fresh Salmon, distributees of said Estate; that the same must bepreaecied and adjustment of all manner II. S
of corn have within two yesrs from this date.ornhey claims accounts or demands against the Government ,
par showers The crops ,of their white masteis.-SawnnoA M *UR** ,
reioced fat below the usual yield, and Abcx. 4. Jiff B- E- CARR. Will"bt b,law forever afterwards barrect |4 of the United States, or any foreign State dr ," .,
PAUL ARNAU, Admbistrator.St. before of the public ts atVaihiHgton.
have been cutMofa our any Departments -
i. J'
we tear very many 16 1851. Jwr'TOT.ET .
Augustine 31st
May 1851. .
Cotton, likewise, hotJtred & .
1 fair supply. ,
that extent,that the most favorable SU.-5ICEIIU.-At a Ute meeting .. *&** 4 *** -v ,The procuring of Patents, Army and Navy Tecdons" tS
hereafter must fail,to britg It vp to British A o,a pajxjr.was,read Eastern Circuit Court of SI, fonnGeorge ,the collections of accounts against the ". ,".

l'ieI ,. 'yetI = '#IftAlnsoo.'j | p.a-fiicko$2s,atid a new HOUSE, and Land adjoining COWItT.e.,5 ..j.l. ,..._ ntalL land.claims,and every demand GOYfitI"" .\ -
aM1oJ ...,. : '. kc kitad :
'r '
,. __,_ bit rnted "iit r _
1tJ w .-. iy JwlttsjpreT M'.frxtvh1ch -t ? $ gpc4 ,ocoipantr-U'-will. .', -S .Y'': : :- "e .' i -'"fa s- --.p' '.
of the 16th the toilowmic extract: It it shoujd l CC about iVt September. ientsenicesoiaatomeyregqitS '
L.ThUdve3ton Civilian R.Fa1Tbank.spe-f A residence'of fonheen years at the sent of the Fe4'S
- I. .).: is certainly aaeasjr remedy: 1. B. E. CARR, Agent cial Master and Receiver eral Government" with a thorough and famiCaf af* '. '
I I' weathetoI'latehu been hiehly favor- Let perons on.shipboard, when the Itf'j 16lh, 1851. No 33 of the Estate of Robert qaaimance with the Carious systems and ronfinoof ,

for cotton picking. % here Uf TOT Is bounding over \vaves, seat hiiaself McHardy, dec'd. public business the different offices as well as in ,I :" "
S tfKktfvs on which lull andcven large da y'. hold ot a tumbler nearly' tilled with NOTICE. vs. Bill for S Discovery Congress;added to thfetfree access to the abjest le- .f.

S kings arc made. Although partial failures other liquid, and at the same time GIVEN, that of the application Eastern'will Circuit be Lambert C. Jones &Mary and tltcuunt. gal'd isertl,.if needed, justifies! the undersigned in 4. ,

i taken place In Nome ncghborhood too effort to jir vent the liquid from running: to the the Petition Judge of lime.Edwards,Admin E. Jones,his wife George pledging the fullest satiefactioo and t\e utmost elisIt<.

Is stiU good for a lull crop in the by keeping the mouth of the glass by the Estate of t: i"Wanton, deceased, Richey and Mnlvina Rich-. \ patch to those who may entrust their business to his
well known the
Being to of
10.Vnen doing this from care. the
greater part
or Dearly
? his wife, Abtmuel Maul-
Wanton and Charlra ,
atkrge1 Wanton, Philip ey
vessel hit band and will citizens of this district,and to many gentlemen who
iTez )Commercial of the ISlb, non oftbo arm heirslt law of said E.M. Wanton, deed., den and. Caroline Maul bare been members of both House of Congreseinthe '

tWe are informed that the ravngcs c frrn to be drown into different positions from this date at chambers in the City den., his wife. S last' twelve years it is deemed useless to extend "

have not hitherto been sd destructive glass were attracted by a powerful e, at 10 A. M. for authority to sell t appearing to the satisfaction of the Court this notice by special references. .
?anticipated. On some plantations they Continuing bill efforts ,to keep the of said Edward M. Wanton, deed. 1- by affidiTit made in this cause, that the Aid Communications must be prepaid in all cases. .
done roach damage but generally the the glass boriz.ontlJlat him allow his 1-3 acres'on the West side of River$t. Defendants,Lambert C.Jones and Mary E. Jones, Charges or fees will! be regulated by the natnrs and ;, "

Is not rreat. Corn crops though 'some* arm'and body to go through the various John Sanders' Plantation,470 13 his wife, George Richey and Mahrina Richey his t,zteat of the business,but moderate in all cases.-
Mured in some portions by the late gale ments as those obseved in sawing, pl side of St. Johns River at place called wife,and Samuel jtfaulden aDd Caroline Madden, Address H. C. SPALDING Aify, "' .

illy good.- pumping throwing n quoit&C-, and 300 acres at a place called Cots his wife, reside beyond the limits of the State of _Aug. 1.Vashioron.. D. C. ,

k .-Provisions are unusuallv dear will be impelled' without rouluet East of St. John River. Florida, viz: in the State of South Carolina. 811DnElt IJPPLIE '.
_tonaL The Monitor says that bacon resistibly to perform; and, GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, It II therefore, on motion of George; K. Fairbanks
selling at from 14 to 18 cents this has the effect ofpreventing the S Attorney lor PetiW Den. ,ordered that the said defendants Lambert CHOICE GROCERIES
' are now worth $550 hundred. and nausea that the 1'I.lIInlC and tossuig 9. 1851. No 33 C. Jones and Mary E: Jones, his wife, George A .ARR is receiving per schr. Blooming 5
Floor ts
jnd. be fur per price a :d vessel have n tendency to produce in Richey and Mahrina Richer, his wife, and Samuel '' Youth, 10 days from Baltimore, quantities .. I .
a is hardly to got auy NOTICE. Msuldea and Caroline Manldeh his wife ippear and of Groceries Provisions,Shelf Goods and'
other art Ide.. perienced" voyagers. from after date shall 1 apply to the answer the Bill of Complaint Filed in this ca DIe, offer to families and others in want an op' Ia
|,fle Observer of lie same city La.th.e TuIt !- lt the persons are suffering -. of Probates and for within Four months from the date of the publication : portumfy purchasing by the package or '
>: the commencement of experiment, of,St. Johns for Lttttrt sfDileleret of th-s order,or the said Fill will be taken for confessed I 5 5 5,
quantity. S
nil county, the drought has been of as he grasp the glass taf of !its liquid in his of the hut will and testament.of ELLEN against them. 45 bbls lard 40 kegs do,2 bhds Hams,2 do -

grpuied durationnnd exceedingly dUas and suffers his arm to .alluded e course of..td'count"deceuecL All persons, And it II farther ordered, that Publication of this Shoulders, 2 do Bacon, 35 bbls Pork 3 do < S .
to the hopes of the agriculturists; *o through the movements to, theiein are hereby notified accordingly. '' Order be mado In some newspaper published in this Mackerel, 2 do Herrings 5 hlf hbls F. U.Beef .
that there as ifhc were* performing them of his JOHN JACKS ON,Eiecntor. of Four Months.
.j so that it is Renemlly agreed Circuit once a week for the space 50 boxes Soap 50 do Candles, 25 bits Coffee, -
-S r be much of individual sutf rin unle' will,and the nausea abates 6, 47-60. ; THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge, &c. 40 tie ices Rice,30 bbls Pilot Bread, 5 boxes
and does not .,
I.i8 i afforded in srwio form. Thnt nid very soon ceases enticly, Certied to be a true copy.P. .
Executors Ifotlce 6 do Lemons 5 hbls Lamp Oil, 300
bestowed : he suffers his arm nnd body i B. DUMAS Clerk c. Joan "
be afforded and bcnorolence so long as ,c. ST. co.
datt intend to bushels
w1dh TVeckusfter to apply bbl Flour,50 bales Hay, 800 Corn,
s most judicious manner: we'respcctfuUytt : sume the postures into they resist Judge of Probate of Putnam coanty for an August, 1851. 200 do Oats 50 bgs Bran, 10 casks Porter, '

: 'that a Convention 9! delcmtes! from drawn. Should he, however feels for the sale of the follswiag described TO POSTMASTERS 10 baskets Wine dhhd beat in the county (tn which the'drought course of hi hand be instantly a ) or so much thereof shall be necessary POST OFFICE STAMPS. 100 sacks Salt, 10 bbls Crackers 50 bags Shot,

cut off mpplie.s aebcmble i'nf. thu coait; pain ot'a ptculiiirly stunning kind the deficiency of personal assets for the 1 undersigned Postmaster at Pleasant Grove 12 dozen Brooms, 10. chests Tea, 6 bhds Tobacco -'
-.. ,bis head aud experiences a of the and lawful debts of Joshua Hkk- :
,on the first day v( the, CUIMJy From just THE !'Co. Maryland was the first person in 6 ceroons Tobacco, 10 boxes Cider,
S ; ,\ k.t. Ji.ziue.ss and reiuruin nuusca. to wit! One tract of Two Hundred '
&te1eMtC$ stuu1d! t 1.1'. i..e II. t 4fl I' the U. S.who conceited,and uadenook extensivelywplisbtheWe and other articles in like quantities whole
.. tho uuttuirot Mt said Joshua Hkkman
aerel.purch..ed by
n--taO paper
and : c. c .
of all offices with E. E.
S supplying post ale and retail. CARR.
!l.. rt tinjacii i* Bowden, and called Spring Grove. *
i.'i. I. ; I ; 1 L t: him
1 0" lit .5 William' cheap stamps. AU stamps made by are war June,28th, 1851
.. .1 : frca.i't 1.Jii. u.:!. l!>fc tO "n' ; tract purchased of Gardiner rsated equal or superior to any other that can be -St
ttgi ,, S -;'; :. \: 'u : !' .: 'S.1.! vise. -mati Uw .s t t opinion one'handred and fifty acres and called procured at the same price, and whenever any are NOTICE.
,. situate Lake said ,of
... a. :.'" .fI' ,! '. .Ie U.>, : (M.prevent nx, nt ickness on Jaterested George wUl take County seat oat far'any war defective or unsatisfactory du- ATLANTIC&GULF RAILROAD COMPANY S
iyu.gnu(.,."'r !'' ""\!: scribed (a titch be has,fouml by exp persons pttcatss- shin be forwarded on nodes, without fin HE NEXT annnsl election fi Directors of tHe "
(K? people to take this inmNVi be effectual) depends the curiouS WIL1HICKMANEZtcaOtd. .leenri. UKX&uii deeessed. chogsv AflwhoBTderas i ofstsajpsrnrcjturatto .JL. AA 1JutJtd Read .Company. will be<\" : .
bL.. I cot the ministers uf the the un voluntary mation cocnraunicated. 1851. at Two Dollar -for thirty peces)-- held at the city of d& Avgntiae at the Coon Room 'Il
sfteood.he cuggestion f body by the rolling and testing of the shall be kepi S ia stamps adlibitum. in the Court House hi,said city,at twelve o'clockoD .

C1tI&te' C..eatlo. is by the meant fie adopts apparently. Address "Post Muter, Pleasat Grove AUeghany Monday the 13th day October next, 1851. 5

: ted Into voluntary motion." NEGROES Co Md"S A.G.BENSON. ) '.
fe Dole tktieeeUnfs are being held *11sebe B. A. PUTNAM, > Commissioners S
south, tocsnd: dele,,toe Conren- for sale two Families of first rate Hous ADAMS k CO'S GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. ) I
ofCoUoaPlatarsto be held In tlacon, BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT.; S A. H. COLE. August 9th. 1851. No XIFJLOU1DA ,

S 4tg the tni fair of the Southern We possess a genuine fragment 1851. HOUSE FOK .
nt 80thItlstof ero has preserved to us from a lost "
Ariou1tug.8ocjey the
October Aristotle. It runs thus: "If there is hereby given, that I will, six I RENT. :
ntxu At a first glance who lived in the depths of the after this date ; present to the Judge TIlE ABOVE well known Hotel in ,
hcd but little faith 1\ \
in the incs
planters being adorned wIth statues and .of St. Johns County; my accounts as 1'I' .,'I '\, ,"1 \ Is.' the Ctr} of St Augustine, being in'perfcct .
ccoraplith the objects lor which they dwelling which is possessed of the Estate of John Lt/iagston. lats of _' -, -- order,is for rent for one or more
fG -bat oil and every '
assemble; fronJ.the resolutions &deceased for settlement mad allowance
I whom esteem : with without the furniture. .
those we NEW YORK years, or
Florida friends we are inclined U cbapgeews i bundenceby at the same time ask from said Judge S A. H. COLE. I.
and believe now wil' them that and if these beings could recieve dismissal: from my Executorship of said t', ABO 4OlaTirginin
c June 14th. 1851.
result and might of thC Gods, S
good may from the Convention.we power : NEW OBLBAR8.EXPRESS.
reflect that the cotton emerge from their bidden dwellings A. STRISCHKA Executor, Bauer, Hums, Lard ,
lihree-fourths of the.available planters capital of the open fissures of the earth, to the of John Leringston, deceased :. : SS I' Choice lot Virginia, Hams do do do boulders .
inhabit If they could 1 12th. 1851. Fakoo,marked Hams,do do Dried Beef ; ,
!planting States ills, ladew!, atranace that which we anil, she sea and the pmcss: *do Mess Beef do do Butter do d.Leaf Lard, Apks. /
S S ty have never bad more unity 01 l interests bold thtearth, NOTICE CabbaJaOaioas, assorted rsckrs Florida) t
i concert of adioa. Tea thousand 'coUon heaven,toul& recognize the expense given,that six weeks from date 16,18&mYYallsL New-York. Dried Fruits. PerSchr.G*. S
olers an countil. will ho n.pectade long cloudy firmament and the might of apply Urthe Judge. of Probate for 189 Main el.. Hartford; Ct B. CARR

> %o remembered s and it the/ come with a of heaven, and admire the sun in its of 8u Johns. Florida', for Letters 66 State st, New Haven,Ct.: abb..CS9 Potatoes, Apples OllJoDa'Per 5
;seal' to imarore the prkes th, lands be1uty'and radiant eJfiilgence; 'upon the estate of the late 163 Baltimore, Baltimore.Pennzyivania schooner Gipsey,. now land,choice articles .
.1& $ II.be COD011 nlgbt veiled the earth in dertoe, Harvey deceased. Avn Washington. .S *bln,'anuncd Pears Appln.-'Pota'
1t11B1e1tartd t4 untry. We bajjold the starry heavens the f JAMES EDWARDS.' 7 Fourteenth at, Richmond' Va. \1 Cabbsg-'.sQing and bunch Onions Hay Oats Cem 11 .

.1IiiHs.Gqd lfII e t8. We;'would and theftarkrisingand setting in the aSA 2S-6wks 84 Washington st, Bostrn. 1 Beans Rice for sale at,Wholesale or retail .
Ie every p3wtsr. r. Petomacabiee lag course ordained from cterelyr 72 Camp a:.. New Orleans. Oct. 12.1850. .5 5 B. E. CARB-,".., t t
EK8 shall
t7 from.datel
$ tm the auld jureIy exclaim there are ( Judge apply to IrlsU and Scotch Whiskey.COTCH Choice Groceries. 1;."! "
of Probate of St
work Honorable
d* ..m..l. 'ibre are such great thinI' must, bajhe Coantftior r letters of Administration on Q 'ALE,Cider,Porter in Pints and Qaaits, 4. FINE lot of Butter. Lard. ,Ch
$Mefe that CouAI Jur. .\ 'of Pedro Cocifacio deceased. Madeira,sherry and Port Wines Champagne 1Jl Crackers, Hams Bacon Fish, Smoked>.Bf "
IlU&bk7Gf' 'The 1FhaI been ju tly .l&baerved." that Brandy.HoUand Gin Moasogohela Whiakey,aasor' and Fnrtoo Market Beef '- .Ae!,
S 01 e I'J s4e III alone sufficient to corroboate I JOHN M. EONTANE. ted Wines LIquonCoidiaIs&c.,for sale br at Detail. B. F CARR' .

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M4 f : \ Bnilll% -Directory. -- -For;; the county of Duval, at Jacksonville, on the Valuable :- --- M. e .\ ,, '. ___L'S
Lands .
Plantations Wild
II f 1 --" MIJtJt ftotel. > On Su George Street north of fourth Monday of May. '. ._&C.lDEaUFJorlda- r Florida Laud Agency.rHlhBnnderrigned J. fiXcRdbfert. Baker .

fie Public'Square-and.one door north of the MeihoJist For the County of St. John's, at St. Augustine, : undersigaedas'A rnt for the I "ai--Agent tomfarjfrespectiv. <..A T'rORNE Y'f: COUNSELLOR' .
\ Church.. the second in June. The respective pro' .1 Jt;proprieftrt ofiebfot saleoe, eeedingly . S .. .
.I on Monday I' ,.oflere for sale the following lands,to ,reasonable I .to 5 v : ATLJtrVs : ,.'
f .1 FloridA House. On. Treasury. Lane, North of v FALL T Ut.; ,wit That wen known and extremely valuable flao- [ terms the following lands amoqg}which: ,are fcome- ,.t, J JAC33CUITILU; E. FtA* *-' % .

I the Public Square. '. For the counties of Orange and;;St. Lucie 1,11--; Tuesday ta ti0a, called the .'D !low Plantation at the head of,, of thi. most,valuable Cotton, Sugar. ...and. Tobacco1( .. ..5; 'Ww..pnct.ieeJlithe eounaoCdIe E.tej1L ,
j City Hotel. On Charlotte and Bay Street, a few before the fini1\londavofNovember. Halifax River formerly occupied and planted by the bnds in the etate.'.,1 I In ff'nihonpuntfhIiddIe C1ita "*
I r Iff K yi.
\ Q doors South East of the Public quare. For the county Putnam, at ;Pilatka the second late.John Bulow with a force of 300 hands,suitable IN THE ARREDOND.Q 'RANi. I'I: and iiiifchorough,counties of the Southern Orwfcw,!i ii '

'I I'ltlII',110td.Lauf Oh Charlotte Street and Treasury -,Tuesday before the first Monday,ef November. for.botbSngar and Cotton, and advantvgensly located .,?-. ALACSTJA COCKTT.;, I i'i tbeSupuXCovrt at Tallahassee,and tii J
T north of the Public'Square, annexed'to the I For the county of St. John's,.on the first Monday on navigable waters. It lies upon the coa. 'about T.9, RiB ; SectlonallA4,15,22,2324,26,2'7.; 'States' Dtstt Cou.t ,for tlie Nortejn -- _

Florida House. j j j I in November. forty miles south of St.Augustine,and contain i about In ," 9,'< 19 ; ,'a 2.3,8, 10.11,J2, 13. 14',22,1f 1 I!i Florida; and will prosecute claims aP alae vs. (..
BOARDING HOUSES. For the county of Nassau, Thursday before thethird 4000 acres. ', 34,35 18,21.17.117,5] States before'foh ressaod the Departmenutttvv'r. ,9

Mrt. M. Reid. On::.Charlotte Street, near the Monday November.: : ** Aso! two thousand acres adjoiahig the bst described G. 9. c ington. ss 'o i
f Mitt Polio.: > Forthe county I| of Duval, on-the third Monday of lands, being the Pellicier Grant in Graham's swamp. la 9." 20 ; '19.22. 6, 7.28,29,30,32, Being located at Jatsonville for fife,ne'will .
; I On t. George Street a few.doors. November.I I ,. bis entire riTt'
T Also, the Spruce. Creek Plantation, containg 999 33,34.\ unremitting attention to his prof5
South the
Court House and Public Square. For the county'of Marion, on the first Monday in acres suitable for Sugar culture .and near to naViaI *' 9'4 4 and all business entrusted to his care afialIlDetf. I
1 19 20 21 29''SO
1. G. N. Pipy. On Bay street. c.rner of Bjiy and I ; j.- ,15, ,, .22,28, : ; .alS ;.:
Garden i Decf'mber.4o tion, about 70 miles south of St.. Augustine, near / 323334. I prompt attention

:i ; t Lane.. DOCTORS. :. For the ccanti s of Alachua and Levy, on the Bf'C"' New Smyrna. In," 10" 18 ; II d 23)10.1 1, 15,22. ,23*., 26, 27,,I ,_Augustine, August a. 31.1850.
ondMonday in December. Also- the Mount 'Oswald Plantation on Halifax '
34.35.3G. I
'i '4 j. on Diet.Dnde F.Slrfft.IVctdi/i., ,'Orifice. at his'Dwell g House. Forthe county'i of Columbia, pn the third Monday River about 50 mile south of St. Augustine, near the In" 10 19 ; II 7817192030. .1 ,Tax C Jfec' r'* & 1*. -:

I I ; in December. ; coast formerly planted in Sugar by the late Geo.:Anderrfon In'MO"20 f 16 Virtue oldie power Wstedio -
I Doct.John E. Peck Office on St. George Street, ; ,13, 14. ,28.25. BY me by la-.t.
The U.S. District Court., at St. Augustine, on the and now the property Joseph Lauton containing In' 10'; 21 1,2.3,4.56,7,8,9,10.1Kt ; shall expose forsale before the Court '
( doors North of the Court House.DRUGGIST. ; 110.1
first in door m the of
Monday ApriL 1900 city dt.
! : acres? : 12,13,14,15,18,22,26,31. Augustine on the fiWt M .
i P.C Zylstrtt. Chemist and iJrug st" North East THE TRA.VELLEn'S'GUIDE.' Also, 1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Turn Iulls .". 10 22 ; 6, 11J, 19. 'day of December next the following' d j jof .cribtd '
b the north half of the Rosette land or so much thereof
swamp. being In" 11" 18 24. as will ihe "
si Je Public Square the middle basin ; 4 PlY iuea:
\ ROUTES FROlcHARLESTON- Grant, well timbered and near navigation. : I n" 11 19:; ?' 1.2,9.11.13,14,16,17,18 t hereon doc the Stat Dud County for 1earal84f.
Also forty thousand the St. Johns River I a rnf'51towh: ;.St"
I. LAWYERS. I acres on 2{ 23.30. : .
B. B. GottlJ. Counsellor at Law, -office on Ar- From Charleiio to New Y ri. Leaving daily at between Lake George,and Lake.Monroe, consisting In" 11 20 ; II 7, 18.20,23.24. E 1-2 of 25 GOO acres o(second rate !and'aboe heat Non

I illery Lane. 31-2 o'clock r. |>, By,Steamer to Wilmington 180 o.valuable pine,hammock-,ana timbered lands in,vanous 27,28,33 Nl-2of3G', Rinr,lying in sections 19 and 20.towaship ..
I, L: Councillor miles.-By Railroad to Weldon'IGS' miles.-To Petersburg tracts. r 7 10" 11" 21 1,2,3.10,11.12.13,14,15. 29,said tract of fife hundred acres fa ed fo '
tf.: A. Putnam. and ; .
Attorney G3.-To Richmond SS.r-'I'o Acquia Creek Also, 3000 acres in Ala l ul county, suitable for 19,20,21,27, dro Cocifae1u '

I nt Law, otlice Picplata street. 70.-By Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railroad to Cotton or Sugar. 3536. 0 Unless tues and expenses are paid before tJur
r William A. Forward. Attorney at Law and SO. sale. 0' eft,
Baltimore 40.To Philadelphia 9i.-To NewYork Also 600 acres /Columbia County, good pine [In ",1.1 22.;.l ,6.79.30:41I I o
Vitwvin'Ohancenr office.on!* the' ( groand* *flopr ot 8T iFots1distaqe. 771 miles. Tune,,CO hours' Fare landsontheSantaFe River. t.1 At.iI I AlijtEDONDu GRANT. > R. B. C.ANQ : .
1' T/ 18he'ri5.ndu-o
, th eSouth & Wt House? "IfI '
Wfllsorth; 1 ? Jt :r
I $20. 11t : ; Applor t'i1;tlan &!t Mi1ii C mib' _
George I:. FairlanffH and Counsellor afaw -
/ t311P18i
Attorney ,. m.f .
Charleston 'GEO.EEAIRflANKS .
\ ... office the Court House The "SouthernUSteamshtp) leaves JDII 1i"18: ,::1'jE3)1O,1 1, l 5
\ in every tenth day afier the 27th of April o'clock r X. Agent for the purchase'and sale of Lands In"12"19 ; 2, 6. 11-, 12. '15; 16,18. '19, Tax Colletomi
I. -- 'l hro in 60 hours. Fore (State-Room) $25. Payment of JVon-Resident Taxes,&c. 20,21. 222324. Sale.
4 PUBLIC OFFICES. From Charleston to. Philadelphia.-The Osprey Augustine.. Feb 22. I50. In.e 20 .11 ''of B YLvirtue of the power tested In ma.by la,
, 12" E 3-4 1, 3,5,6,7,9 10 I.
; I Post Office. G. E.Llamba! ., Post Master,, Howard's leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock STABILITY-SECURITY-PERPETUITY.. ; shall expose for sale before the CUll H
o IIeof I
; : 11,14,16,17,18.22,24.
bvildinm S. E. Market door in the of tit.
buildings square. : city Augustine
.. Surtfyor General'! Office. B. A. Putnam Surveyor $.From_.through in 60 to hours.New-Orleans.Fare $20. Leaving daily 900,000.THE JII II 12 II 26 j 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, 13, 15-, day of December I1"Xt.the following on tbe descnbedb first Moat I

I General, on Hospital( Street corner of Artillery Charleston MUTUAL LIFE 'INSIJRANCEI 21222324. of land or so much thereof?
10 o'clock A.M. By S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 tun there
at .
Lane and Hospital Street. ) 12" 2 ; 71819. on due the S.teifid County fejTyeaS
Land Office. ---_-_ Register miles.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta In.ByMacon ; OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL,, GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. 51. to wit : 1849, 'o.
I ( and Railroad! Griffin .
t of Public Land*-office in the Court House. Western' to' f JET Accumulated Fund.Nor. 1st, 1849, 900lf ,- St. Augustine, Feb. 16, 1850. 105 acres of seconj rate land, !
j Opolak'a$ 35. By Railroad near head of
TAo,. ,T. Russelli Receiver office in Court to Montgomery 000,securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages --- creek south of St. Augustine ( MoBeS
Steamer to Mobile 331 To New-Orleans ,ting in
% 65 By se eU .
l' House. on real estate,in this city and Brooklyn and stocks WHOLESALE ANt RETAIL 20and29/township8range 30
diaanee miles 123 hours.
I '. Iud;! *f Probate.: (G. Humphrey's Judge,) office ICI t3. Total l.OOC lime of the State and City of New York and United CHOICE GROCERIES-SPRING Said tract was granted to F. J. Fitlo, ,and .
Fare 83950.From I3UPPLY.m co.
in the C.urt House. : States Government. SCHR'. HALL 8 days from New called the Mrs. Fortune's plice.

J'' 4 Peter .1;. Dumas. Clerk'' Circuit Court, offiue' in Charleston to Nsw-0rleansiu Savannah, This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely I extended .charging.- "We oflVr the following! ; List as comprising F J Fatio,and nnless taxes and eXpefl3.asaeaaed ,
the C.urt House. daily at 9 A. MJ By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles. and prosperous business., -assortment. We solicit a. calL Articles before the day of sale $*re'pai4

.. .Rafael B. Canova. Sherlft"and Tax Collector,office _By Central Railroad to Macon and Western Kail- Thej Company declared a dividend of profits of fif warranted and liberal discount to the Trade in original R B, CANOVA, Sheriffaadex-or
'in the Court House. road to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelnka 100.- ty.twq percent on all e i ii policies on the ,31st S packages. Tax Assessor sad Collector

Collector of Customs John M Hanson office,- By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile o January, 1848. .; J_ ',TEAS-Young Hyson*old do:, Twnnkly, Ganpowder 1\Ia) 3ht. 1851. a. h c.

Planters Hotel.Inspector 33.-To New-Orleans 166.Total distance 1,032 All the Profits are divided among ,imperial, Oohea, Pouchong4 Sourhong. _1
I of Customs. Ora Howard office in miles. Time 77 hours. Fare 839. 50. ?, tile Insured. SUGARS,&c.,-Refined Loaf.crushed do ; Musco- u'Y virtue of the CoUeetor'a-<*'f le. :
oward Market : AlKSiJELLANEOqS TABLE. The premiums payable in cash annually,,semjnnnally vado ) Pure Rock power vested in me I''
; ; Buildings, square. (bright; Liquor ; Candy i shall for sale CaortlfeL
y expose before
Distances' FareTim: .or quarterly, interest being added on the the
.1. H. Br no11. Judge U, S. Court NorthernDistrict .W-st India Alolasse ; Havana ,Honey. door io the of
To Athens, Ga., 221 mv 87.95 20 h. ,deferred payments. city St. Augustine pn the first Monday
Florida! office in the Court House.! I COFFEE,&c. Java Green; do. ground; Chocolate; of December
'I; : G. R. Fairbanks. Clerk U. S. Court, office. in "Chattanoogai,Tcnn., 445 ..13,12 31 I The cash principle"adopted by this Company ee- prepared Cocoa.CANOLE8Cvmmon. land next, following described. 't ractoi
: 4 the Court House. '"( olumba, S. C., 130 4.00 8 lUrfS to the parties for whose benefit the insurances Sperm, and Tallow and or as much thereof will pay the taxes Jhe,

Deputy JI rl1& !. George I. Zehnbaur, office ia I'I '"Camden.S.C., 142 ''.4,00,'.. 'r" 9 are effected..theiwhole, of the advantages Vithout Wick. ; on' 'due and the all State and County ,for years 1849.'A9 ,

,, t j' the Court House. Hamburg, S. C- 136 !... 'J ',' subjecting them to the heavy. drawback of accumulated SOAP.Shaving;white scented ;variegated do;and wit 51, necessary expenses incident thepito.is'

"Memphis,Teun., 740''t: ; premium'notes.-- .' : .
! ,f ORUSANCEEPAKT1IENT..' 'Pa'ssengers ,for either of 'the abovr a\"e Persons may e'ect. anC" en their own lives .* Brown. 582 acre* of 3d rate land belay a balr th

., : Capt James R. H nl&am. Ordnance Store keeper,I Charleston, :daily, by S. C. RI1i1lOac'c k and the lives of others. A married woman can in- TOBACCO Plug, 16a and 18s; Covandish, Ladies Red House Branch tract about threo miiesli v
Twist, Tobacco,Macahoy,SilO, Scotch do
.b cure theHfe of her husband the benefits of which paper ; from the city ofAugistine and purchased by D.tei
arecured .
( ffice on St. George street, a few doors South of A. X. \ Regalia Principe and common. Set .,.
r from John
seo1Iector'ss by,law forthe'gxc&sive of herself chil- -pin and Antonio Hnertas, lying L
B. Putnam's use ,
Maj. A. residence. Persons desirous
Brandy, Otard Dupuy &Co., do Bordeaux
Tux dren. "' y. LIQUORS. sections 34; 35 and 36; of tow_& 6,
.. \ '4 ot visiting the: Fort will make. application to' -rpy: virtue of the power vested inoe by 'law ILl \ ; lamia Spirits .old ntion,Rum; do Idol and sections 1.2 and 3 of township 7. range 29.

*' 'oO. Capt. Hanham. i ,1 shall expose for sale berore thefpourt House Clergymenaand all others dependent upon salaries Proof;. Holland: and Skiedan Gin ; Whiskey ; owner now unknown, assessed. to Jnseph range UelespiaJ

1 dlGr in the city of'St. Augustine 'on the first Monday ate specially invited. .Ta themselvfSjof'a re- Scotch do, (a fine article;);assorted Liqours. the ether half has ken- conveyed tu Michael

; t JUSTICES OF THE PEACE." of December next, the following! described tract soured whereby their sumvihgfairfUs may secured W|ines.'.Madeira,! Howard,'. Marsh &, ,Co.do Mar rus of Charlestoa! S. C. Iazi4 ".

f' Jimes1fl Gould< of land or\aai much thereof will pay 'the taxes ronyhe evils ofpenR.:|sC 'sei1le, and ,{ ; pale and brown Duff.Gordon Unlesa! taxes and expenses are paid before thadtWol .
f Geo. ,Is Phillips, Notary Public-office on Bay, th ereon due the State and County for years 1849. '50WlftoSlit Pmphetiexpbnator'! f':jBjMqriples of Mutual 4> Co, Sherry; Port; CLamp gne, Hock'tipa kUng sale. 1
f. Street, little North of the Market' door Life and illuatrati5Syilvantages, with
a and next 1 H Insurance, vintage, 1832; .Bordeaux Vinegar'London Porter R. n. "It
to the Post office. f tsF : A : 33 forms!of pplic-atiolimay"be olfend at the',ffice or in and quarts "London and Leith ale Beer '.:- CAMOVA Sberi1taocf.ex-oJr.t.
; 4 100.acres :second rate 'land in section of pints ; ; ;; Tax A.essor anti CoJfectlJr '
** the Company 35 Wall st. orerWof its I. L C.
r ',:* J* CITY OFFICERS.E. MM prime enrveyij, township range 23 south and tTRUSTE or feTMJos. agents._' Claret. 3JI11 3bt-1t41. 1 .
", :/ east and being,on the east side of Dun's Lake, said Oils. Olive,Sperm, CisUr, and Elephant. l Iv
.J B G ,dd. .B Collins 'DavidC CoI klen
t .
;: >
Quaere-is ued to Hanniih Kingsleyi'a F ish. Herring, SardinesSalmon, Alackewl l.,and ,
Lfi, Win J MVflAN1Qs'Un
L. :+,,' r;, u"-\n..J, .w>. .'Vl -* ''tJ' -''- ,, VQ,1 ufxeaand. expeDfea.r'e'paW.bd'ore the. day. R'hI Ilyslop.v .. Alfred Be Edwards' 'Cod. ,' ,. .. >.J' ; J- .r '
rpr lICCurt.1.V
,;' \ ;. Ald ftnenT o.lsale. "r c : *; a..4' r P i.iiaiOs.rork, BeeHms, out4aad.Cbee. 7dN.VEN.TJa. 1
t. E red ,
Jttall L1Midletj ** el-offl Winston, Joseph Blunt. '. ,
\ } ; ; R.B.iCANOVA .
I Sheriff and .
;' ', ; ;''m ,
.I 4 :; F. J. 'Qptncey. : C4W Faber, Isaac G Pearson, ; .' ; -
r Cltrkof the City .Council Charles Haager,,office ..Tax Assessor and :Collector s. 1: c. Jobn'P Yelverton, Henry Wells F riuts. Raisins, in boxes, ;balf or qr. boxes: Zante ltll1lt1FACrI1REns.

, 1 at the Council room. ** : 1101. 31M 1851. u ''hea Sedgwick Win Moore Currants; Genoa Citron ;,D1tt'8,in frails, Prunes .- ,

V: City Marshal and Clerk of ,the Marie ,F.Fcrreira. .., Tax Collectors Kale. Stacy B roltinsr! Zebedee (ook, in glass jars; Tamarinds- Theflea1Iec' IN ical Paper

',' .. 3 John.11 swift, Jona Miller Cordials. Jn cases,, assorted; American Cordi 1 THEWORLDf1XTU '
of Tested in law !
@ me .
power !
f BYvinlel John Wadsworttr David A doi- case.
: PORT WARDENS. ? sale Comstock, YOLVMCOFriE ,
for before the Court House
I. A C. Zylstra Charles Ilaagei Jos. E. Pomar. S M Cornell 'Robrt -Shuyler N uts. Bordeaux Soft Shell, Almonds. ; ,Sicily round 8CIE1"IFIV: AN1EflZA .',
door in of St. the tfirs Monday '
$ _ theJciky Augustine on Gouv M Wilkins ."Jam' Chambers, Filbers; Madeira Nuts, or English Walnuts The Pcblbaers of the 'SCIENTIFIC .
of December the described AMBI'CAN
l i ; t AUCTIONEER. next following tractor J ohn V L'Pruyn Joseph Tuckermari, Brazil Nuts; Pea Nuts; Pecan Nuts; Cocoa respectfully! give notice that the
land or as much thereof ns will the aotn
I vou
Geo: Center,F. p. Ferreira and J. A. S rfschl1.I thereon due the State and for pay taxes Fred Whittlesey, Moses H Grinnelk Suts. of thto valuable journal, c-auneaced the Sh .
f County oa
I years Charka Ely, Wm J Bunker, Segars Very choice 'old, in half boxes, qr. boxes :eptemb r1 Jad. The character ,ofth

t : Il 1 MERCHANTS., thereto 50 and to 514 wit :and all necessary expenses incident John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh. eighty,and tenths, of choice: qualities. and reecnt Almportation. mizv izs u too well known throughout th&* ,

,r I fiurroughs E. Can. Wholesale and Retail, dealer 1198 acres of second rate'; land on the Matanzas Walter Joy Francis S Lathrop. .. to require a detailed aecoant of Uw} various; i 1Qb'dL
in .fir.it quality Family Groceries of all! kinds. Liquors River about twelve miles South from St.Augustine, Alfred Pell, .-J 0 Thatcher. Spices, Nutmegs. Mace Cloves'' Cassia Pepper, d through its columns. .

Ate. No.2 East aide Charlotte Street, North 'and lying at the mouth of Moses creek, known as <* JOSEPH B. COLLINS, .Prtsi'dmt.hue Pimento -. It enjoys a more exteiwive and roflaendal ci

'of the PubliOlquaJt. Achille Murals place, w>ld in;April '1829 by Waters ABBATT, ecretary. Havana Preserves.' .In cases of 12 glass jars each a sorted ion than any .othefjounisJ of its claaa! in

Ueo-ge Burt. iwaler in Staple and Fancy Dry Smith Attorney in fact for Achille Murat io Richard JOSEPH BUJ.TT Counsellor. Guava Jelly.''in half Ib; and lb. boxes. ea S

j Goods'West side of Charlotte street, a few doors Town, owner now unknown, assessed to Richard G. R. FAIBBANKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. American Syrups. Lemon Raspberry Currant,Ginger 5 It ia published weekly I as heretofore,ia v

North ,Treasury Lane. Town, : Feb 16th. ,co.nmon lemon. Form.on tine paper, aflbrding.at the end.fshq i ian

,, Seth M. IV- b.tlR. Wholesale and Retail dealer Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before day oale. f Sauces. Tomato, Walnut Mnshrcom Catsups, ,in I Illustrated Encyclopedia,of over Four 'Hi

S in Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery ItCre.on the sI 1f 1iU Sl1m. quart pint4 and : bottles; East India Curry Pales, with *n Index,ac&from -Rre to Six H*

ground flopr of the City Hotel-Pry Goods Store, R. Bj CAN'OVA, Sheriff and ex-off. : I Powder; Italian Macaroni; Italian Vermicelli; Original EngravrngsDescribed by letters of fife ,
j I Charlotte street, opposite Misses Pinkhams. ST. AUGUSTIi-VE. E. F. London assorted sauces;Camp Sauce; John Bull'II besides a vast amount of practical information
Tax Assessor itnd ecernlrij
Collector '
s. j. c. 0 Stake Sauce Harvey Reading: Cavice ..Es8ence the of
Misses' S. 4.:N. Pidl m., Dealers: Fancy I } ; ; ; prozresa Scientific and Mechanical
3h| 1851. "
g Goods &c. opposite the Planters Hotel on Eastside May TIllS ESTABLISHMENT hav :;.J of Anchovies;. Anchovy, .Paste. Pepper, proYements, Chemistry, Civil Engineering !Hsi-

I Charlotte! street. Circuit Court, JBnUerit Circuit .; ; 1 ,ing unde/gone, Thorough; Repairs :this I 'Sauce.Mostarda.. t l tunng in' its various branches.Architects.Ma**;

Pedra Benet. Dealer Groceries, Provisions. ,tc. I f o Florldn. present season, is now ready for : Superfine.ha fLand qr Ib tincanisters, Botany -in short, it enbracea the entire raajti

corner of Cnna and St. George street. IN CHANCERY. reception bt Company. FAMILIES AND I. bottles English ground. :5* : the Arts and Science /

4 Manuel Crespo. Dealer in Family stores, Provisions Peter React, Administrator! TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have apacou S i Sweet Oil Bordeaux Mareeiles, sn baskets of 12 It'also possesses an original feature not aid

&.0..corner of,Charlotte and Bridge streets. &c. of Francis P. Sanchez, Apartments. .I bottles; Florence in half che.u of 30 betties. any other weekly journal in the country, viz,

4 ; F. / Qfincy Watchmaker and Jeweler on.I. deed., for the use of. Aaron and :Neatness 'Pickles.*F"nch variety .Olives, Capres, Cornkbons, Official Lilt ./Patent Claim, prepared expressly W tf
Geerge srreet. nearly opposite office of Dr Peck Fnedlander,; Boom, Airy Clean, Anchovies in cases 12 bottles each. iU columns" at,the Patent Office-4hos constitadaf S

c Thos. Nsltjn. Retailer of Boots Shoes, Caps, r d'v i Itself, fnrnlihed handsomely.- Butter Crackers, Raisins, 1-2 boxes the "mericaD Rl'pertorofInnnrioDl." ,

Hats and Dry Goods, east side of Charlottee street, BenJ. A. Putnam. Executor of Bill for 'A ccoun Nothing' 1VOUUDI.The 'Poda.do Citorous Figs, Cocoa.Nuts Tnxsaycar; 81 for lix MO:1ths i

corner o( Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. Peter Mitchell d,'cd. Nicolas} and Distribution House is well known as being recently Water do., Oranges, Lemons AU Letters mtm be Post Paid and directed U '

Lawrence Andreii, Tailer, Charlotte street, Longwonh Surviving; Executor j '. Built, Expressly with a view to the accom- Pilot Bread,, English cheese, Sapsago do, Publisher MUNN & Co./..

near (he }**.,. Joseph L ngworth, deed, j odation of Invalids' and others, being entirely Navy .Bread,' Prun**. in jars boxes,&c, i Sflhe Scientific Ameriaaj
John Utina. Boot maker, harlotte street near and all others uDknown'Ltpl 128 Fulton .treer.New Y crt
( New Year's Cake, Cnrranto, Canton Preserves ,
built of Wood with Rooms Fold I
the City Hotel., Representatives and heirs of I Isaid I ( connecting, ,
J. Picnic Crakers. Almonds, assorted Nuts
Doors &c.r: which .renders it Free from INDUCEM2NT7FOR
ing ,
MlcfiaeU Nelligan--Cabinet Maker Charlotte ale : CLUBBING.
Joseph; Longworth Cheese,in casks,boxes, Hickory Nuts; Gnava Jelly
I streetblow Temperance Hall.JohnManucy : lIT having been made to appear 'b) Affidnvit that Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to.. :'windows Cay tmn' Peyper FrenchMustard,Pickles,assorted I Any person who will send as four subscribe .

i. 1 : Black Smith and Gun Smith, near. JL .the Defendant Nicolas Longworth is residing, I through,.opening on Piazza Promenade Two Confectionary, Liqoorice Stick Chocolate assorted I su months at .ur regular rates,shall be endded 1

I tbe Nrth Gate of the City. without the limits of Florida, tnd also the .other de Hundred Feet. Protection from Rain ', ,CoM I Jellies, Preserves, domestic and foreign Ale,Porter, f one.h-cepy (or the same length If time,' or we

'T fendants.. Winds&c., forming a desirable BETAEAT from Choice Wines
Heidffck Cbs.mpagne, Liquors, Cordials
AMUSEMENTS. i On motion of'William A. Forward Complainants l confinement at all ,seasoits !r.tlhe. year.- Gigs, Best To cco.Cider &c, 10 copies," for 6 inos.$8- I J5 cop e.or. 12.. .

Billiard Table,fowling Alley. Ora hbowar I. Counsel. It is ordered that the said Defendauua The HouSe situated IScfng South in central Grtvand; S ge.Msrjors 1. Thyme 8orEs8epcl rd' 10 the'm 12 $15' 20. .. 'J '

f','. Howard Buildingt,Market.a.ue.,. ,, *.lWot''; UT sppptr.**notbttr-.Dwelling*. Lem.IIPr .l'DWaat' : :aacei,; I s !. ; and .%Vcsterubscription M .I.
S 'ii L Bowling Alley ;Liqufre and:Refreshments, ,by amendments thereto, .within four month from tne The House 'contain 45 Rooms, with addition.al Limes;Rain -',Plnmst.8i,Berries.,Drznctyzuit ry : s ; Qr .Fost Olfice. .SC&J1 jakm &t-

V P. Bridlfr. City Hotel, date hereof otherwise the same 1'' be taken pro- ParloUr, Dining, Setting Koormland con* Curacpa.CfrdiaURaae.dp. ",l, l ialiTalue. S.
Philip Gmtx. Retailer of Liquors, RefreshmenU, I eon fesso. vehiences in general For Accommodation, cannot Ast1Lamp, 'Oil,. Corn,Bran -
c'&c.., Charlotte street, opposite, B dier's Bowling I". And it further: ordered that a copy of this order be surpassed; *. ** *.: '" ', -.n ", .4 Wick,, Hay, Bean,' PREIIlJM.'S.

Alley, f I be published once a week consecutively for four The welt; earned TUputaiion this'' House Lamp Oil, Oats,'hops, Any 0 person sending oi'tSre' 'subscribers witt

'I; I : months in some Newspaperpublislied: within' .this.cir has -from Year to 'acquired' ,'!'will-be'th. :Sperm Candles .. Brick,Latb, Lime Nails, titled tll a copy of the History of Pr l hle ..
STAGE OFFICE. '. cuit. : Proprietre,UrL DAV1-S aim to sustain and' Adamantine. Lumber;Bbiji1 ,''?ainta Steam Nivigatlonrreipublhhed& book'
tj the Picolata Mail Stage. Bridier' City TH03. DOUGLAS, Judge, & be. ing first' appeared series
I : Ofics for the liberal Patronage heretofore "'sh're" Tallow do. Iron,Bar, dec.. I artk. pu
ul. ; Certified. to be a true Copy. thanks ,. Tapers, Naval Stores,.TarRope. the fifth VolQ1e'O the Sdna Arnericaa.
turns her ,
Witness my Hand and the Seal of said 2 rL' one of the most complete
> Rede, Oakum Spikes, CoppfriNaiUTin Workatopo the
Sheets I sabjeet
The Table will with
CHURCH S. Court the 10th February; 1851. be'supplied d, and.coutaJns:
r Lead bar and.lh ".V e*If,yarnish.Pauit aboutD.iuety
-. ngrariq
Roman Catholic Chunk. North side Monnmensquire. ; P. B. DUMAs Game.Oysters, Turtle,Fish, Duclcs, VenisonJ I VCiuili l5 L. .
;; ; ess Chalk, W.ifing, Putty n,Red Lead.Yellow
; >
I .i' I.; Clerk c. CSh JoAap COUllt,. Turkeys and Shell Fish, which. at'this time Ochre,GlueviStc,, June.". S ,

Episcopal t Cli rcL So th side 1amfnuq1lare. ,February 15th 1851., 4mos. our Rivers. and Forests abound* Two. of FFPoVd kaVio Camstefs" .- ,Sorting.Bar,Lead S

Presbyterian ,Chvrcki, On St. George street:, -n more Hunters; sporting exclusively far thisHouse. assorted 'ShotvFfinti, S ot.'Bag ,Powder F1'w,, !I. 1I0"1'ICE. J'j .,

I South of thesqnare.r' m 'iF aJJ filfmWmENGLISH ] '- _. : Fishing Line :Hooks'N
.1 Methodist Episcopal Chureh. St. George street, AND AMERICAN; Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing .Twine. / '- / I '.THE NEXT.aoDut electIon rot Virec&it wa

4 near'the Magnolia Hoiae.WRIIS Tackles,Boats for,Excursion,&c. MISCELIMNEOUS.-Alicante Mats: Table! : & GalCJW1 Road Cc'mpu ri

t.t COUR'rT .. mntW iEmI 'qfJE Very Respectfully, Salt; Pipes;Vvei Cprks'J Atneric' 'Segars Choco Iii I 11lcfat tlurCt.rt-the city 7frtA: Coad, 4

,OF EASTERN CIRCUIT] WHOLESALE AD SETAIC OZALEJt IX PROPRIETRESS; .. late vi::. Swret picea Clra8ttie1t.JSPICed .Monday the 13th .sa laid oSS.tI

S FLORIDA.' c ENGLISH, FRENCil, AMERICAN Plain Prepared Cocoa;Castile Soap;Liquorice,Pdt A.G. diy of. ,'1831.
araule nz*. t GER'\fAN' oj. N.: n.-I& II the wish of 1hcPr Lime Juice; 'Pearl Barney Faacy Shaving and Tofcfl BENSON ]

Fr the Counties of Orange and St. Lacie, at Mel- prletre J,that the Servant attached \ 'Soaps;St n&htont BitwrstWiae, Siam:'; .Wr ., S B. A.PUTNAM., }Co

.f I onville.oo the third Tuesday in' April. DRUGS MEDICINES, CHEMICALS' to_the House'.hoold be,.civil; alien; j.Ink.and.Writing. and, Rice, Pot Barley 0n :.' SSL R.lRBANKa 4

; For the,county Putnam,at Pibitka,second.Toesay PERFUMERY, &. tlVCUUdODU U4" i Meal; ;Efcnv 'Copperas,' Pjpe ':Clay.-BaUv Blicks.. agusL9tr. J85K v, 33-"i i.IIIIfI1t .

L: ; n ApriL 1 :: SAVANNAH.:; 'I ; .tf; -I Spaaisa floar.Ia ig9| .: ." ,
Marion,at Cxala : ,= ,
I For the county fonrth.Monday -t 17 and. ClUssware. acted. :
ef April.' '' . Particular atteutoipaId to replenishing English and MllltrfflIeking. p. ,Tog ez w I4re. *n4 co t'ritssotuaent.pl Qn"MJJ1B ':

'For the Counties Alachua: and Levy.at New; ,. American Ships'the//edictatr Lavsof.Englnd.; 'Chest ,-accordingto. !JUT received s>few. d Renders Leader.in,!. Ckrri, 'rr-'R .'U.r.' .rare.: .,.aWare J j : J 'ITHJI ABOV elkoa S. I'
an4 gJTe the
rgt Monday in May.; to water -| & ti. andHnoes J
ua1lTil1.. *
For the County,of Colombia, at Alligator on the AGENT for.MesMs..Lduden: &Co.,.PJiiiadelphla ; PDt polish without eitroyiBf Ifif. soft svppe4eis.sue ) 1 Periaiiri; :.i c' &'"; Tttrriisning'lArtieW.1"All6fhicVwillb \ "-W S. ; 1be'Citft' AuguitIn'b& .IIe'Cectora
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1 I dlfibndayofMay.FortheiiauntyofNassad. < qnaitme1. .U' sAldlit .ttrtmDt auviiac' .*thVfar .
-! isco at Nassau,C. If.,on: the Co.,'Anrusta. ;"Tibbitt, Providence, I mti1endtd (r Har tRs Carii&e. ;' : COlt B..E. reurt., .wllbw, "J1'OUQtb'tfi httte 11;
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