The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00059
 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: October 4, 1851
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00059

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some fttturte .dsV/-'u rtt"ad'd_

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iIIICRi 4a.aU y. 1 orsie to o, ith a p,sit bro ken, power. Already we are called son Sergeant Joseph Mundel The jfl :". :

4 Hal upon a kingly throne. to submit to a great wrong :. : to be_ resisted to the utmost of,hi* powerf but lr f y -t ,
ffffl"be C eeaei'os recsoatbie! terms.IlTWIOHDF'PHttlDECPHIA. finally uvercome Wells
feeble equality
Youthful days a sun wearnig, too to assert our rights. It im s'
Beauteous bride hit kingdom sharing, deed too feeble now, ala & for future, I after a steps, a .
; Every fairez| and for those who shall !come of the I calling the, boy a disreputable ,

rp4tra&ed by tile jLegblatere; of Life for him lope wore bespeaking robe of:bUss : < Independent and a noble people, ?have, his deliberately body. The im collarbone' The entire load enterS. '.

P8UH,1Y&81a. While the bridal. year was waning, : deem themselves too weak &0, cope crush fragments the was broken toto )
When tha idea has and is windpipe cut la t'fl$, andi1l ;
She, whh meekness anny. '''once
FOft THE PROMOTW OF T. E0F ; Brighter worlds of uncomplaining comfort ., session'of their mind, their pride, kept arteries were I severed. Death en a )\"" /I
seeking, moments after "
HESlCfrr IUHFFED HB' the occurrence. A The { ..
xrs richest remaih .
Left a broken beart in this. i glheir independence,is cone and der of the ;
TATE& ;. Have they'but to submit to' every Eu party arrived just in time to sea .'., ,
Lonely t l. Will l thet boy expre. The! ground an) 'oundhim .
l B i M now-by all forsaken, v to yield to every oppreiiido. +

OFFICERS. Fresh his early memories waken, ; they cease to be freemen; They low this blood ,.s '
'f C. Cam, Prfsiint. Wouui D. Kszurrtsiteit Picturing Her sweet face and'figure) / len subjects of a despotic power, that officer same even og' >t> .a "
r- EBWAXB F. MCTCEKX+ ,;fi'e.*-' Through the mists of forty, years ; f least, goaded by latolerables y tieR Wheat; and after a hearing before Jui ? j ., t,
WV'.E. H. Bono l4ic Jordia8 Secrtteij, Tenderly upon him smiling, 1 of resistance, their warfare will from. further Crandell, he was committed ta'1 jail for a: ,'
G..utW Dtw&TCbrrctpoadiag&c."II Fancy'paints her, grief beguiling, rather: the violence of ,a shed in A hearing on Saturda ,' ,
--00.-. Till the truth, in all its rigour,." I the instable fury of a Cuban R solemn coroner' inquest was held over the body '< ,

MANAGERS I r : .Leaves him nought.but truithleu tears. serious effort of a people '0, annul. yesterday morn 1n and a verdict rendered .
. Jt*. Fftta, Chtrks Tcppin' Jsnes S. Wsllsw. : shackles of tyranny. If they are York,' according to tho facts. d

lurks M cttettrr, R H. Butler Henry S. stterII ii ,Busy thoughts his bosom thronging, .. weak to maintain their Indep legiti the The deceased was attached,, as a fifer, to ,,

If)..Cbtries O.Lrla 4,Wffiim D.Lew.Ioseph Sudden.rose a'tearful Ionging,|,,I.L.' deserve the ComiQlsera onof, toe accom naval school at Annapolis! and was at +
I D. Ffcwart,M. D..Edwin R.C pt, As if there all hope was centered, .} if co.ardice or slothful&ess has t Be SSJV16.01111! visit, b, furlough, to hit- .

ydwud,F. Mltcbfli.Join & Hart,A, M., Once mere on her face to ,gaze arm of power ; they will deserve act, act, parents is represented that he wu an a- '

James L. Clajborn., .-," t Quickly to the church wended, l scarcely alleviated by an emotion' to the<<:! miable youth_ and 'a general favorite,. the .; .'.,,
-"Mr. for tll..eai,,IUi, Down the rugged steps descended, If we are now indegd too-weak to Wathingtm-Republic. .. .' A. 1
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i icofirr for each Subscription 1 FITS Poulis, JSllemly the vault be entered;'' ", \ independence we must confess _, .., .

t win a print ofCHBISTIANA' \ Tried the. col ln-lid to raise. ., t f of freedom is gone. Were it_ AMALGAMATION. t r"

Ji JlUNTINGTON'8 AND HER. I Off it flew. How still wUhln'lt' i any act could be committed in A negro, barber by the name of Carey well .> t!
CHILDREN" Lay that form ; and for a minute *. : Federal Government qual in of in this city recently visited the village .. .j,,
i l Ar- Life seemed 'In the coffin that which was perpetrated Rut i Medina, in Wte of New York,and '
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d If JOSEPH ANDREWS ** *, lying *
sion of Congress, we should still passed himselfoft' '
l' .: So ; a cboctow chief under '. 0
i E COMPANION, unchanged the well-knowa>> face; the union of tha South for thenameofOkeh ''
JIl. "r- Tubbee. Care ifs a good:
Beautiful as ales! >. yet am6r! a : _' .'
, A ll..ia.ctn'*"mRCYS DREAM. 'i Cunningly the t'kmeU" ty. gives us musician and wonderful performer on the t .
.mbMneiY Who is there that believes that respec" flute A ;
E grttb.A.3.lTCniEilfew Tori. As forever '* lady, at whose request he had played ,
they were fjyrog,1;
which tolerated the sweeping rights several I airs, fell in love with him ajufife.. .
Or Uf choke of SBJ two of the fo lowing ttlly.'d each tint that lujjican trace./ .
." I.... act which prohibited slavery in,a knowledged d her attachment and fascination, ... e
Fear e >Splendid Engravings. 1 ., One last, lingering!loo! '1a'tpn ; : twelve million of acres, will I 4. by a flood of tears! Carey acknowledged"i '

vet : And the aged me uteri, uk Mon In the small and unresisting South mutual sentiment; related"a dream" he,had' 1' I .. hr .
1-JoEjr Knox'slirrutvinf WITH MAKT Qciwr or By the face thn never alt' :, Columbia, w every has entertainod a quarter eta eentur. L->i aoptm* '. + .
BOOT,Peinfa ty. Ltutst, fiftrfJW4 Jr&rt.it.a of itself W\i ,.. fen angel &c. that *-.. 't .I. '
Gazing on in joiilhful b6ora. '. nose ever' ija )lafian ". !
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"'i'ft'II' WJ'atfl.h f..J-tl"'t ll "' -'; That:sad ia.on:.dnttttdliag ';';jjkTurns' J'iBuJ pujte confidence is e'.;.?. ; ,Fed- bllmJt.alft4aron... acf do -
1ti&' sr.rs13.Mttcv'tDttatt"PaitedirHtitia, toshEngro. I" to leave, but,,1gour'fiih ,* ; '.. State liaTretredted frpmlh&."P i.Qphb' rif :I

ors RUdiCUln'WU.AJCD 9Ltho very threshold fullers, :j"f: stood pledged to maintain "*at all fi me d've it'in' th8 .
". mCmu ih >uuPittd by Hun- !indiu, thereto welcur ttomb. to the last .extremly.! : What, r l South? fate one! .Of course'the If, 'lt o l ,
" EgrC9id h.(,adrett.. there noW be between th| States of Nothing seated byte Medina CiftxJMTtb '.,WUux*- s'
of thelalladelpIbfa lirc'n; Missed at lenghth-,: frultler seeking What confidence can they repose b utifulllnd wealthy, believed every word ... .
eel a copy Pass the nightand morgin freaking, er, after sdch melancholy: and than: of the fiction, and popped the question of ma. ,rtrimony.
Art Union ver'tbhlJC their ."rcl.fying, fections f Public confidence, ve Carey though In years fift y-fire,
t monthly pamphlet,coalmining e report of the trsnstctkrnsof Till It chanced. step! .) ere seen.- gone, and cannot again be restored. was consented, and the knot 'W Itied on the
the IDItlW OD. and information on the Lifeless, In the vnull they jfound him, not rely upon our sister States of upon brink of a precipice,overlooking the tails of '
of the Rn Arts,
subject With the dead.ono., arms around him Niagara.
to combine with us to resist never
THROUGHOUT TIlE WHOLE WORLD He had sought the bosom, dying, the Federal Government. Their think Then was romance! The blue vault of '

00- -- Where his love'had ever been. solves have been abandoned, and : all this heaven above, the foaming cataract below- F '

The An Uftton of. PhfladelpUa swards prizes in pledges they may make for the Geor and a curly-headed negro clasping the hand _. J :. to

,te ftD CartiBpktes: 'witft which original American. OUR REASON FOR ACTION. not rely upon them to sustain them, were I of a beautytul young'whit woman, midway ..
".. of Art mar purchased in.any ptrtoftheu.Bates between the elements
warlike boats marshalled two A reverend white .
are in be.
We have always been concede I ) f
whomircbaht to
I si the option end selection of'the person ; gentleman united the :.
the side of the and dis loving _pair, and the' .
a prize at the <.. those who differ from:us, the tight,;;; freely and green bride I tfie
: metto. preci gratiiude.gave cialfifty dol ,
to their sentiments and r'a
boldly opin
oHoal DUtrlbatloa, lars for his '
I made- aenlc cs. A trip to Europe was .
ions however much, be at No mutual confidence
they may variance can exist
ends Evatbg of ike tot teak in the distance, at lust.accounts. We .
take place With the fundamental articles of our political'' future aggrewipns upon our: rights or "hop,;;.
f.' day utrrery l'ecr. faith.. ." 'I But there is now no reason to any they may bave.a find time of it; yet we cannot ". t

iXECUTiVE: rOMMITTEB OF THE When' the interest ,of every citizen Is at eral'Government to.commit such In'a help suggesting,that' should the IadyfeelM'

\ ART UNION, stake, .every citizen has a right to be heard, are calculated provoke the resort. disposed to place on a firrt foundation, ,Se- '
WIJiI so reqaecteUseke'tworkj of Art,without cUrge and however Jll advised or inefficient may appear I sty of the South. We are public claims of her husband; to honesty, she wIll. +,#
in the Iib .
J or competuaoon. from \helrIPU the course of action which he may recommend that we posses The spoils are ;: South same spirif-which; she1 manifested .
GALLERY, CHESNUT TREET, his opinions most nevertheless be Tney have been divided among the few on hundreds the occesion; of her nrf bn'a, just lout; ; ,

those penoosinthecoantrf. who may.Uve re- received with that respect which II due to tbebone.t the North,in opposition all taws party In a this city Southern to pap.'Car.ye Prtu.NATUKAX. printing. ,' .bills-,. '

mote Cram O&1lt1W. or pshblia ubibl11oaa'o(the convictions of every man. In a war- and justice. We are walled In by upon t .. ..
Fiat Arts.Mtvm tare like this which Is being waged among us freevoil States and the' bounds ot' are 1\ ;J.
\ personal abuse and malevolent aspersions of now immutably fixed. 'Our-OUl Caro- iLicionv _Wo have been notra

....... of.membership: $5, fbottld be made the character individuals and misrepresentation and our enemies having welled be little amused with the following 'deI1I ItioQ'o" 'A 4 '. f

a cwf M pnetieble, so U \0 enttUe jnember' of of the motives of parties are weapons every aide, ,desist from ,actve hot entire the religion of "nature ;furnished by..the,;
etrff cambers of the ..Reporter,1* .which will before : which'are' as in efficient i as they; are inadmis- await our capitulation, The fury Cobb's Yankee Blade. It comes remarkably near to.... '
warded,upon the receipt of the money to any, part able and unnecessary.. rage of the battle is gone, but the ;guard- the truth: v- <:.
of the coantiy. i. We by no means intend to be understood stage continues unintermitted. We : gravely 1. Look out for number one. : '' .L.jf-: *

The HoDomy ret&riN.m give receipts for as desiring to screen from: open ,and 'direct[ boldly,or the day will inevitably the 2. Use others all you can and bt them"ose*" v .

eberiptioas.or remiitanees may be mde to =.1 censure, thOle who act frdtn selfish 6j mercer we must surrender the'institution : gov you a* little asp powible, .r.tl..
OEOaOE. W. &ertl4irr. i nary motives. Such men are found among. on such terms as our enemies may Caro 8. Get money, honestly, if 700 can, tot ;t. .
ComaponiNrg all parties and deserve the confidence of none. to dictate. The prospect of ,the ,, Intel. get money. v v ; .

SIO Chesnut Street. ,Philadelphia When detected ills the right and the duty. palliBgT we must not,on tbat of her 4. Hold on to' what youfhave.got and get r

--4 s ot the journal to expose their 'mischievous our eyes to its terrors. aj much mores you can. 'ai: '?; .** $
1J.BEIt SUPPLIES tricks and hold them up to 'that scorn which The destiny the South now I ,eh t fi. Every one for himself and the d-..;-I. '

q"t .they so richly,,deserve. But with the' honest pended in the balance. The Flan. take the hindmost- ;At. : ..
1.f! ; mi ,: ana the 'slncefe of all parties the!!' Is I but prafenl 'controvesy inlhis State '! ; Here you have the whole thing in hat.;:";: .
'ITSthTlolayiTrbm 1ktt more;,\q uiin j roigtst' -eapoo',- hicb'. sn* with propriety be mit'Utt forever. The happincW shell There is no 'need of i1)tioiin; t&4 ;' :'

ties of Qrcceries Provisions,Shelf GQ d ando employed,' nd that. i*, reason, whose c1 doc- freendm of unborn, millions depend condi reams of paper with explanation or the tie b. '", .
et to .itmtUes and others in want an op lion all profess to be the guide of their ac iistse. U we now withdraw from ai+ 'fol 1 jest| for here you have thgieaaerdoiailaBA, jso -
portumty cf purchasing by tho package or tions. ; & and shelter ourselves behind which the,world believes, and which sre, tac-*_
We are not guided by a spirit. We weakness : Used by a vast majority ot people .
qUI Dtit1- partisan we and"our discendants of the : upon ex. ;. ,
4S bbls Urd.4T( tcp do.3 bhd Hams,S do have no fondness for political strife, and were future time eat the bitter fruits of a of cry nation on the globe. t

Shoulder, f do Bacon,. SO bbls Pork S do the question npw agjiating the State a mere imprudent because it is soluse.and the de ,. ;% ".
Mackerel,3 do Herrings, 5 blf bbl F. M. Beef, arty test involving measures of mere expo- 'We have no fear for the future if', .Self love og n makes us mistake our theories .
W boxes Soap &o do Candies, 25' bs Coffee/ iency and. reaching,not to the very foundation of our .brave ancestors are.with party,both for our principle ', *- '
40 tierces Rice SO bbU Pilot Bread, 5 boxes of our,liberty aCt.,safety, we tOutd'ne are called upon to decide for'our',,' T'i f '.1'Paley'bad .

Oranges,5 do Lemon. 5 bbla Lagip Oil, 800 be drawn from those quiet pursuits* which We may indeed be called upon to : acquired, by habit such ..ccQ.*'"

bW Flour,50 boles Hay 800.bushels Corn, we prefer to Join In political discussion, sacrifices but the history of our' i : in 1 1I trot over his mind and thoughts that, His said" .:
JOO do Oats Win Bran 1C 'ekeks 'Porter, But the fearful crisis which --we bays reached II tell us that freedom is worth aU; I al I be could pursue the most 'difficult studies,in.

10 baskets Wiot.Ahdi Suiar, fiO kejEs Nails forbids JUI to indulge our : inclination; : ,, No may cost treasure and I it may cost worthy! the midst of a noisy and bacchanalian assenibly '
100 sacks Halt 10 bbls Crackers, M bags Shot few t patriot can remain an indolent or' idle it Is worth more than ihajwaalth cr orbit fellow.ta .e..ntL .
,1t4o&en Broomi, ;10 chests Te wit, 6 hbd Toai spectator while 'the verrliberty lor which of atewpeople. ,Ifwejifenct' to elected gover- ,'" j 4t
cerooc T1Mt.ccoO boxes Cider our fathers, suffered is'threatened with'anmhlUtion. if.., find that we have bought it i I '"' .

'.: r articles in like A uaVtinies,at whole .. Nothing ,short of the > most'bold, of poverty, we can leave it as a A gentleman has; made a calculation .which.show .
. retail. 'f:. E. determined'wvd fearless action,cafr'preserveto gacy to>> our children'an in h I \ leaving York, that 12 every article in the Crystal PaK" .
Julie:18th, aal CAIUt.t tis that dependence which was*won M hit. than all else which the world can ace were to be examined for three minutes. ;
Leg-, it would occupy 28 to examine the/ .
so much difficulty, and at such Immense sacrifices But If the other hand we..prefer e4, the yean
CUoico Groceries. of,blod and 'treasure, which *we-:*. present enjoyment and suffer the whole.

AHNE? lot of Bans Urd Cheese, .aeorgd degenerate .rate: that wd an arcHdeubera-- which'are: in our path to, : : the whip six ,. ill

lixasal3aopa.yiah, Sacked f e ttog surrender 'without tingle earnest effort -. disehargeofa".duty obligatary: and Ken Policy is a system of ethics, invented and',, i
sell TfttKon? Mfiket Beet t. 'to'1
; to ocr safety shall used br statesman ,and
iCARR tfr -prestrve. ; we .encouaxer the politicians Ithua' .
tt retail. .8. B '\ co-operlottlth' ourshtter.States calamities -which ; have bad name when "
.9 The 1&4 dream "tor I a people', .In the adopted in
'frgtaaC I &tler, Karac, ifs rd, of ,the South alas gone5 (otefU.nd callcdUpon tgeoda';:$ .''. ,between. man and. man.priY&t81Jae'Uonl '
loice lot Virginia, Hams, do .oldO otdders Untlli torrid further acitlf f BueOmt .
. were. we to a wait, : : r.: *, dem- .
wrked H.. do 1. '
ado Fskai. s, d Did Beef -
the part,off the Federal: Gpv1 '
''JO4O eggresaJon on j jI to It is not tho : '
)(t" Ii dodo Bauer.4ct tie Ii.-ti: JfApe ? I height to which matt an ad* *
1 shall jto committed// some ;
1.I emroeot ,> Whatever ttress.torae rnayjlay States '
vaneed that
pit tt goy, Onions, snorted, nekrs, FloridooPwres the Southern mikes them (giddy it ut&-
Dried Frujts. PerScir:Gipiiy;fi:' rt. 1 8utB frnt enormity to lmpt eeth'bed repentanceisbut a \ ; in his looking l down with contempt upon those
.'AIE.CARR States' to join for their mutual defenceiwe der plank to trust of\ell?iupoa.a ben *\b.. lJ. V '
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.ed&rth4f< IO"ifJ'. If>\ iw tile 4tIIIu .raef' \ .. but ql1 fee, eawnol. MM* mn tna"' Kfa at.6atpo V" 1
7.: !'lJ ,
f .,' kkorial: >> which we coP 't4o"a. ;f sck tte ti t n, t1t ae ,.. :. ., ire' 11,ere! !y ........ to, 'auen4.preeia- j, "0" ttier 1 01'' c i J t < '!(wf.eYII against i'i d.;. ;

..villa I Nelrsj r6t1n such ,. :.fe of4aQCO t ?2S'Jtif'i0'& hwa., '.B ycK. t.r:of'' gunfmio. *.-* tricot tlats .tirdl : A .. I I
rf r ( + okeepon *$&!* in.s. ..l.f, ; ..t1. ii; ,- raopg tbet ,, 'QOZ, ihanks -the '
.; f. row41' on' .the subjett: ,to i;b ht: : l iA : is .J. "DJ.. !. > r
3 t 'clip.
f' 1 tt, atwe take the liberty oorrWW .' a I nW.t ono f,4didaAaeietCt tr.\.;.{ }&jy.lhfc: jrtuwj* ,ffes nf 1t'. A w lam : ens' man wrya p.r, neJ'f" ttbeZ1 .. ,"
were 10, be.
... >betbtf 'ht: 'i1ie'.eJitaroo..t. b .Ieftt ..
fortbe ..
jwnsgtlr a t Pad
offfnVpUy. .
'.. .] neighbor "use I. t l o : \ for h.: wos. err y !wo egys
."'" ki I J1.fii l Ps fiS :, j'1. *fingtfcejja "fo:L 1 alrttts'o l;. .. Joel: (fePfltUl' a aah and
wtz''omi '
r, ..; t.jysr! THE' ':'PAtPERO.*'' 1\\ .. .> -, 1 ." ....,:ty'i...., ai.- ;J r,of. ProbafI..a." ."I 'r.. the Jul '* atcli startedthe( PQ .
a Stle 'rsnlt Cuart 4 t (11rt fOrT g ors is rmed tits ; tI J d
: @ '. uIIt ''Co..1. wq most nQedo :
.?!;This .unfortunate steamer is 'DOW .. nt.w ; :!, tenet ff, [a1 in bu, 'a ? .y r ded to e '
oi.itr&i Q
,t..hAi'DIf $ b +
& mgaCao .
.oooVpe'acfcWy aWTting b'latejnth, -n. wlya h t'ettootb' hq ar I a be. Irkb
l ,ot the y. &:"Deputy Marshal 1 VV el b ft w gI ... "N ndance'is fris' : I No ;time ItrTwa s o mentioned Withjrt the 1Iort'!

will b& 'garotSt by bur own Govprimvht, hi'' .' I. P ,r"r '-L, bIs t nn t t tQ that trcu trQtrdised! and 'disbursed for'bo g JI.pnrot .

restored, unfuirtjnto the hand* of 'her.owners, ,. T ANE.- St t.a tip ,'cad dint ,dime! Ir s od't wbY be
,is .a*uncertain as tbe verdict of a petty Jury I la q g ) d ca iii .. .\ ,, t '1 i! th.t185 b sine t he : fDi5a1).btAk.oftb lubscril' o ttt1hf1l !(\
Bo it nz Jt may..she has the and :' U G 4l fKrf nd'tli tiff they < imP <<.-,
"v.fp: rye p ; came fie strict
< vo
,good his es of this. jvholqi_ ?s1mpa.her, show a ; :, p : t1ably.ty '.1 of the.aead of any/Americat. ?_dtttrtbou! C deliver 11b t with Jear andt sccrea ,
\'or.. No good reas&n mn' for I I i tih 1 v e ou '' i : above meeting' giving that> cttzen/fl6l only irunJ.Tpwt'every lest it alxtuld'r. come to the art tit tots

peed VbwUslvga1nsi ihjtboaf undo ri4ers'aftd. parsenu insi erq, eY a% u inCflder'v ,nf tha"q: 'p'arty.e'I S County other privilege guarantied to pint asan fh'ts uiiitoria Gov nmcjt.-The artrrn

.e ,i t(ttJ ., u ices. bow. d'fi.t.' t .Cuba..: 1eJd t 4 hRice "abtfJ ne in alleged offender by the verve words of too 'mffl Cl 'cguctcd.titS-pan otthe '
Je8lgnated treaty, they did the deed at their jjerjl. And i $. 'PbraahLe
s 41r. &{, JC\m'ricao.
.. ctVM- WWI -J .t' l' *..! ant s+I' n these. o to! -
._.' mr wo cat !' rto. "
tr r-i4ysfrij>es, which l10pfifUt. f ? v ? r. f' '
,.; : ,, soon-Tend :now. that,the Spaniard He'is a Scotch Samson and when he puts 'bIA W s0)lIYA S4, -m1l1W! ; Tfrpsana i ( nKcjings, wi S "r'ij : wmucn'o D .. 'om and 1"we4e re

t i h
noblest t; 'our, land-we: do hope the bound.to coma !: you may' 'be sure, ofi it. He as .S cretary. i decency"-we would respectfully intimate and the (large amount of money mixed I
..Government: .will not carry out a prosecution, is The .! that on that bloodly toornins? it was Consul expender for their relief. Had Mr.
no baby that is meeting vas called Tarsk.-r
certain. order
purely vindictive[ against the unfortunate ; Still huge as be to by the O.ven's duty not to lie abed till nemtm .'cloCk been gra4le"d a little nuire lime, haHs

men' h'b rixked their property the tatal expedition is in size and venerable too, he evidently Chairman and after sdne preliminary remarks in the day, when the.savago hooting match been permitted to carry around his or

.', ;. :Their losses {have already been speaks from. r a heart almost child-1lka in its jt.was decided by; unanimous vote to proceedto |, was just ready to come off! Hon list openly. I have no hesitation; lU iia.r.;

.jjrea and. thftir,punishment. sufficient, for the simplicity, ingenuousness.. His sermon, the nomination of Candidates for the several Can any man doubt what i i9 the real explanation i irtg that 641 ',OOO could have been '<1i8e4-

.' .;crim werofedto, it wishing'' to aid n people who, they.,yesterday was vindication of the justice of County. 'Officers to be chosen at the en.suing of all this shameful inertness of the American with half the Troubltfcaused, by the 100-
: .. helieve, were struggling for their trees necessary t be observed in
God Hour Creator and King. His discourse election by ballot. consul It is jn the proclarmtion-the ojllectia*
; s. .pr o lam tion The forbade wnat.was re ;e tred. Nor did this geoifeaaX
;/' But |tiC the Government. will persist in a.r was a remarkable specimen of cojcnt,and'perssPscout Whereupon' thn ballpling took place, and him to interfere, by pronouncing proclamation interfer philanthropy stop there, for nearly all U>*

t prosecution>> now so entirely) unnecessary, let argument, a little ponderous'perhaps,- resulted in the unanimous nomination of unwarranted. The proclamation any forbade purcha for the voyage were made by aiai

lit be'consisteal1fthe plea is that.it must perJorm1ts1 like Dr. Johnson Gad Humphreys, for him to interfere the intervals of collection, and to the
+ ( ) ,but terse and convincingand j Judge of Probate. by thus, in the plainest 1m- eGotire
duty, let it perform .its 1C1w duty neglect of bis
I let irarrest' and the officers and men who would have done honor to any'pulpit.: ,P. Bf; ,Dumas: fayr' Clerk5p Circuit Court. phcgtioa. 'denouncing the men of the expe will have been which. yo&
Ai the close of the R.; B. dition as without the pale both of the, )law perceiveto "pressing rhea 1
Mr .
sermon, 'West CanovaforSheriff.
embarked ort board : '
I Tp pampero, for I ho purpose presented and the treaty which is the supreme law of the ta 4 1 you that he was the proprietor; of than
'. invading Cuba. ,lithe steamer be guilty the case of his own church to the char: Mathew Solana, : )) case.The proclamation forbnde him interfere@ Faro Industrial newspaper recently sapores*

,, of innocent.,A violation pi tbe.la\ps. the men cannot itable consideration of Dr. Spring's congregatiorf : ,Jno. M. Fontane, \ C"t Com* by empowering the Cuban authorities to say.in ed by the Government. Night and day to

1 + be) We make' these remarks toshow In 1 847 on assuming aha pastoral .charge; Jo8E..Pomar, I' y. rsf the teeth ofthe treaty,as they did say that the labored, for the benefit pi the prisoners cod

.t, .., j, Uje(, inconsistency\ and absurdity, as of hie society in Pittsburg he found Philipthe! of the United States had outlawed be was among the last to grasp them IIr
natters-now.! stand, of this unwise and tin- it lO' be W urveyor. se prisoners, and left them to be dealt with* the band as they were placed in the yeae&i&

1necessary cpfd .' We hope and believe, trammeled. with debts to the amount .'of $7- MATHEW'SOLAtoU' Chairman.. just as Concha' might ch ose.Ve charge which conveyed them from the Island; .

; t ;. -tho/Goyernmcnt will drop this prosecution 600. By indefatigable efforts; i in. 'his own congregation CUAS. HAAOEB again,and it was the fatal proclamation which poor fellows looked upon him as a i
ltcan :answer.no good end .to it. En- Secretary. teringangel; and well fur
; pursue and the neighborhood, they manage unlawfully and prematurely arrogating to tbe they might, nervy
/ .ough has. already beendone to glut the ven- 'to functions did man lobor harder or with more sueces*
ed $3,6C& president plainly judicial and unlawfully

'. .. gcanflpof i the Spaniard, and more than en- discharge* of the debt, by period* Dr. Owens,JLcttcr. 0 .1 assuming ,to override and abrogatethe !in .the.cause humanity.\ Ha, was au

,: I' /.ough; Coexasperate;; the sounded teelingsof sent paYm anta. -The,balance remained upon COHSULATE OF TBS UsiTEtf: STATES' ; l plain words of a solemn treaty not only in bra labor of love' by several other" l\U\CJ I

s .. four' people. Let it cease: Let bygones; be mortgage! which'would have been foreclosed, Havana Sept. 16,1851. { deprived these men' of .a legal trial, but cans, whose names it would be invkUtas (

,:;, ; by-gones: It is the wise course: it is:the bur and the meetiag-house taken from them, had To the Editor of the< Republic -i"' ? struck the American consul wjth numb palsy mention, as they didno more than twenty

& 9 nane' courses-it.!; :_. fe the course sj of true policy.. not God put it. into the heart of a rich .man Sir.: -In your weekly Jwue'of the'28'h uftt L, and tufted un American official on a foreign others would have done had .they bad: h
r ? dome
,1\ .., ]p you the justice to object to my con shore ino4a: stone statue, having eyes that opportunity.
i- \. .. ; J 'b Notice- there lo lend'Ibem the money, and take a demnation: without a hearing and to say that see not, and ears that hen knot, and hands )Jr. Crusher though his exertions for tM

':. ., !. ,J .1 *. ones mortgage himself. At. this happy issue, the lam probably able to explain, to the satisfaction that help not the rqlsserietf; dffhe captive countryman last three days have,been altrr IQr. '

4 t I.We'Y8. had shown to us ; the ** '8t nc- grateful congregation, recently assembled i in ?ot my countrymen, my omission to Even to,.lhisda :appears he willr ( has not relaxed his labor of mercy. .. '

''', '. lac.. R"s pasty's placard, for a meeting. The the building to express and thank act relative to the execution' the prisonerswho not go them Attieir dungeon a're still eleven prisoners in tbe Punta'aadtwentyfive
tbjpjoy ,
+'- al : t.We4d b' were shot on tbe J6th ult. $t ; in the hospital to be cared (GI.
r- '' : eetphrase_ ; put forth in it .aboutAnU5ecession9 fulness. The next morning; it was burnt to Ida-not, doubt that I shall satisfy: "ever.e t : :. the special orgrtn,"Coa- and at this moment of writing heis 'jwill eo*
t' 4ioit i -" rnpartial Ad.theGoverhmentnanS -; the ground At the breaking 'out of the fir impartial mind that ,I am undeserving ten ,ful BtJt.s4JdvVii cg intelligent ;man gaged in the chantabte task of raising salscriptions -

.:1. uti htstwtj4n.# the like the two engines in the vicinity were found sure. a$ that 1 had no opportunity ot doing, mi i nIl "misapprehended" to purchase comforts end necelt.

: c"d'f: 'tbas 'It .S..v l1's and wire hampered, and those stuffed with cotton, to anything in behalf of the u.*! ortunate men to- the ad.ninisw.'tiont- censure h'tso' Then CommanderPJatt we'say ties for the voyage of the first to Spain,sad,
who met sa sad a fate. Jr to alleviate the condition of the
: A4Jj a 't I -sop-. .ihying, 'rp1d party. render! them.urelcss-evideatl. t _work. rof J i eaboutfqur 'lesxfroQ "pl roc, .. -rdaaure-him if 191dare For k&putslh&&jg w.Ivinpon aisjck bed.tlna'in tom.

-1.- "t -1\ :.J9ng !ln. Of<J *ceipsiructfaerr thfc proclamation' thatOwendfd. happy stale/he will 6e aisin
"T ', T" '*'1 *"l T ***T"1* "nd; + ell n.th "morninJt'o successe
: ,'D, ",. thfl' pd Qpe! rihe .ently or prior "to jhi>t, fwo*olh,...' c'b6 r: did' not reach'my office until some time q.e after 16tb do and. ghat. ana that Conch else, did and 'that w Seven more prisoners, it i.i reported are '

, O I'J; "rt %.!,, .Jhey jthihk, *Jiave not'biiurb d ies '(one Protestant and the other 11 Roman) ten o'clock when, for Uifrftrsr time, J beard know of excfpfthtt everybody Repu&lifand does pechapswn thojjiWtt* their way here from Bahin Handel, and tl

t Ip dev9te to. a very searching invest i were burnt, through like malignity. Mr. \V. of thee capture ot about_ fifty of rho men who of the rabinet. Ctiinjnahder Platt tell you in j too,*will *be assisted. *oa'their* arrival.* *

', ." eatipn,of atflryse questions, and may there- gratified us with the fact that several ofthe hud comu with Lope I -'to the Island" in the his official dispute}'It Semptember! 1st, fro.m' I almost forgot to mention that ju-rf bef
steamer Pampero, at the same tim heard Havana, that, *&&,$& visited the i in "
orp beeasily operated upon. principal villains are now in the Pennsylvania that tbe prisoners had be-n"tried found prisoners we left the ship Frimera de Guntum Lu
A few .hort months their j ill. -'the': er& told dulictly that they Thrasher placed lire hands of too '
since the burden of in
) prison serving out their sentence. Kuilty, condemned ordered to be executed, were in the of the Governmen cnpt
I the)" wa "Union'' There is nothing the order for their execution pow Spanish !, for the use of all the prisoners when they
jsong -discovering howev- ,particularly new in the sent forward, and that nitthing .could"bc them American
as '
ditnef&t!! to Spain.the sum of ,$7u,. bis ree .
rind that _
.thai they were about taking ,
.cr this A Boslonian has: being removed inasmuch
city to-day. been
.was seen through, and known in ,to see as the Presidents. proclamation had th therefore and
from the harbor keeping one
-to bo itiero. claptrapthe tune was than,g.: mo, ,and crack up the "Great Dern' nstr n. place bf exccotJon., where they' were., :o the declared that'any pvrsons'joinvng; an tncadin,farsewould'thereby scnting the other to CupU Grider. I,2"t

,cd and the bnjlow; 'cry .of ""Constitutional tion" and show in which Shawmut has re Shortly forfeit the protection of the govern <* >*. &
aflerwards.tbo American UniOn" Was and forth joiced recently. It is fact residing Ceurgan. Major Schlessinger,who w.a4'011: '.
adopted by a beyond a doubt, here, who it is said,called on ,me, came and
them ;-hut this top, was, soon perceived to that Boston bears the bell( in the ma'ter'ublic of mentioned the subject} to me.whenl said to the man with-ol-war his nine the Venus, deeply tat .

.be, shallbw, electioneering slang : for all upon p processions. The ten thousand.Broai il- him 1 that it I was should'tea not late.have; that I could do nothhfhat ) composed BUBSED ra of EFFIOY.about; one--torchlight hundred! of procession the youngcitizens and parting the,, other>, prisoners Hungarian, with whom compaalc be &

rededipo; saw, that' 'if ;the Constitution.r Way stages spoil-all our shows of this kind. |I mwsion and *ee the pris limo riers. together Ot ? of Cambridge, Sid.,. marched through I done and suffered so muck; Never shah
this 1 '
,tbe+Kerf Stone of But wait till KOSSUTH and the principal _of that drum forget the mournful yet resigned exp .
; % Union's Arch ; was comes, wo'll I beat, felt perfectly satisfied at the lima, and I have streets, tosrawtth
l Boston flinders. and fife on Monday ,night 'last, and afterwards of his countenance as be waves us a lass
faithfully respected and not sacrilegouslym'jfifatejd to The Stages ought to be since been confirmed in this opinion by the ,
J Just before
; tied be
burnt in the American ( we recooune
} ConsulatlJavaoa" pa
or forced outeo. urock banished from B'rodway that else highest authority on the Island, who Informedme etfgy l > '
the on
place; day, or be Mr. Owen before laree' strongly, to our care one of his country
the .a gathering
,of es"was, nOt', in filled with ladies and children and make execution; which bad already who left sick in the
roore\'firni. \, its, Integrity, part been' ordered before I of citizens. There were speeches delivered was l behind : hospital
.and. errnaneaco; ; tap !musl I be the Unionwhat '-! or:Ihe procession. would not have been reached for the city, l oaths occasion, by Messrs. JacksonJ 'hud( upon our aj'suring him that the stilt i

thfcir next djrice'will be, it S3 difficult By the 'way,. some think it' about time to have. an interview with postponed the prisoners,me inasmuch to Griswold and Allen which were loudly applauded d should receive with him cur special attention, ar.doling .he>
ha condition,
40 imagfoe-the placard #jn;que ion, is rather project a World's. Fair in America' aince't he as 011'1 could have asked to be permitted transparencies by asembly.inscribed "Revenge In tbe for procession Lopez" .swered with a mournful upon smile, "We are jgarians

.a curiosity( of its kind-nt is neither "a sow English. boast that they have made .over a'0' to known do had to already been' done by a and Death Ho Owen" 'were C8rJ .-"'!'.0abi-i an .are accustomed to mi.fbrtaa&1:

nora,sermon" vhat is said In it, concerning ; million dollars at the door of tbe "Ct ,stal Pal l- and gentleman for,whom, they.had some sent. of the prisoners, more f3ttrt,Sept. 12. .. Poor fellow,his race appear to be do hisuR'ei

"impartial. administration! of the government;" ace.", And where shall it take place? Shall Soon after, the Anjencan' _refered to left my .. .. The in the before cause of liberty started in e Mr.<
ha ,- tbi4' cats be o.a. ab (ma.u ref the effort the Quakers of Philadelphia, the officials of office, 1 ,received the l information that age' n THE RIGHT KIND OF A .CONSUL law the night captain sii they the Venus,,and obtafc. _

..todlsguiso! the ,fact) 'reference to the general Washington, the gna7-taokiaR Baltimoreans, tleman known to some of ttte: prisoners had A Canadian paper, commenting upon the from him a promise, that every indulges '
bee sent for by them and 'him late summary _ma acre .of Americans in Havana
to bad
and that Buckeyes of Cincinnati they should shown to he Major and hiss
government; .means nest of admin or the chevaliers delivered the articles and mWRages they de says. that the impression is prevalent

istration it"which will secure to the dot> of Charleston. boast of its 'location, intheir' sired to be conveyed: to their triends. It was that had a British or French man-of-war been panions. consistent with( their Savanzak security. *. ".
jinant party! a continuance in power, and. !. mrd t Tbe Choice; oi Washington but a short time afterwards that I sent to 0 al- l lying in the harbor, a9i was tho United States ?

thereby,):a proVongc enjoymont of the ".po fi us would occasion the least jealousy, but Cincinnati ace of, the governor and captaia-geaerala ad s oop-of.r Albany, and'bad a British ; or ASIATIC 'WEAPONS ATTHE LONDON ;
M heard.that the prisoners.had their been exe French consul been iu the city,such a all! )le .
of offi The Louisville ,
a,, Wf gs and all others ft is or would more central .- cuted. sale massacre &f British or French EXmBITION

somewhat oflho"allthe world and the rest The whole county .it is, to be hoped, will, You will thus see !that t had 'would not have taken place. It then subjects relates I A discovery was made in the early partFriday -<.
t 'of.manklnd," style lof take this matter into no tot act tbo anecdote (the' 29Ur altimobygone of the ait
speech and will early consideration following : '
we and that. it was' noCin my! .to do s of raLtion
power : any dants in the India the
..op ieb/vu t.about J a$ ',I p o cct.jy. of.ad The affected atHrat to hold'tbe Am thing for he. Unfortnnatit oli!o -who olio be
:AapJ 'PU1.r' a? was '..the. not. wholly merica, a con of" the Great Exbibition"n induced to.tlt :ado: Caba with-the expectationthatjteeywx *- committed be tho' a crime in"Havana/, were. .about tg .-il_ j. .laier' rauetrilJY.'
sitilal' (or.tho; John Jones" garbpctie ; sovereign r contempt, hatibe-report of tho d Bad the wbole Island loCof Consul insisted were that cJear/y;they gpIIiyVbot'theBritish 'should. be operator. the-. 'weapon in question was
state revofuiion '
1 'of ,and that "vould Be [ and handle and'rich
they dafljer/witli goldhilt
,ofttt. er r1fl1iet1i ve Tots of''twistyrnlng Commissioners changed their'.opinion,' and received with tried. The Consul remonstrated and. the *
open arms by1 the whole native l while
oroarnented case < pressing, on
, ttn1 Shia. 4 : (t' to do: -and it is hard," to the triumph of our Yacht has really, rendered I population least. Capt. General became insolent, The hour of part of the handle; somewhat aq heavily, he

foretel'''which of their innumerable laces '' them quite respectful that the The charge of indifference execution came and the Consul was on the1 .
,. ; so nex to the dreadful the consular astonished to see.waatappeared to be-tbgle '
brought with him
he flag '
",we may;next see, marked, "this side up." World's Fair should it be held in this country condition o(such a number of men, the bitterest -' the spot British; Jack,"and again i earnestly blade gradually expand arift open out i tat

will be likely to ,receive a good hare'of ; enemy I have .on earth,would not believe; remoaitmted'but>> ,vain. The officer on ; four dtubte-cdged pointed blades, leaving
UXBrevct. Brigadier Geacral .Henry Whiting foreign'contribution and attendence. 'A ship and unfounded'calumny.must believe.it a base falsehood and. an the plaza was about to proceed. (tel' u- yxJar-Iike weapon to the centre of them, w.:

Assistah) Quartermaster General in the United : tion of his The consul finding all fur four sharp edges. This titte-bladed wee
lords duty. .
of lire
load real
would If it allowable
quite a on. such 1 : ,
novelty occasion its
an with, twely".lharp edges, is without escel
States Arty, died at St., Louis on, the 6th Iber.remonS lancc useless placed himself l fn
: and who knows but what even Her her would most solemnly declare before God, that tion one of I hi most murderous lockingshxsns : '
Majesty Jack
Instant. 1 death .
: His was. sudden, and.suppraoffo in the front of the men, unfolded the Union '
down my judgment time and under the circumstances : ever se'epJ1 In the of
have been caused by an affection ofthe self might venture on the sea in a big it was which ha therw over kneeling"prisoners; '
hea'rt.-He 'entered the army if) 1808Hirr- shipfbnd come,over to visit tbe /I merican Fair, have an interview with in,ray the power either to and said "Aba: shoot et 4Ijl4gifplIm! !? .class of weapons there are several otherilrumenupf t ,

mains are to be taken .to Detroit in.er I prisoners, o{ were remanded jo prison, and 'tMt a similarly murderous chnraetett
tfQr l in proptia personal If the commissioners .to hare done anylhinglin: their behalf They : +
1 among whichlaay be mentioned: three
rm,,gallant, amt The eoldier'andtrue: Detroit ,;papers> Christian speak 0 gentlemwhosa'd4ath ,a and'Will time the oCCr'aloe with a view to the 'c oa- i 1 tom,.'Ie!! ,jt pectfully, night they escaped. \ i, ded knife, manufaCtured in the States:of .

an, >i di lon 'of the Queen's. health'; we shall not I Your. ob -dlen! servant, : war, the construction: of which has so ;
; t'deeply regretted; in'tltnt, commuhity'i !. i :. _. A.'F; Ours We know, not of any thing, attended wijh puzzled many of the most 'experittlceJifers. :
where he despair of seeing Victoria on American than tha
was universally honored s oil.- serious,consequences pfsleep-
lame more .
::5uch is Mr. Owxa'smost
: and impotent :The are not arranged in t teadioary
and belot d;-Nat Int. The execution of Stookey, list Fridayvis in damlIrncn., Person arc freooehtljassured ',
: ,, 1 2 "" j I i dcfehde. Of his sutfeequent heartless rod i Rer:- Ing at'pttre manner buC tats of them together wi '
|, attracting much comment because he struggled ence and inattention bo is prudently'silent.. Jb atthehave.been. sufrui?' their handles are concealed in the bade! a

The French Government steamer Ariel" has 1 violently{ for 'two minutes: after having [: We intended .Jo,. mare some comments, n"boutsbut1he, question have is as teen, f.hatJOrt handlq of the outer ot larger, ,.one. They
captured and carried iatoJteppe fifteen En- v ion. :ibis communication, bUr.those' o&fire anS whether they. properly al ot the fines Damascus
been off. furn-- [> steel, with ex ._
"glisb fishing sloops, accused of transgressing swung : idbeti us below !btf-, the Washington Union, turned, sathat every pint may be_exposed inglykeeji:! 'edges.' ''Ther;is. a daJertwo \
__ the :rues of the oyster fishery, off Cane LaThe announcement'of the; 'appointment'ofBcrrj. : save usvthe, ':pecesity-i* We commend site.ibe JJ to to'tne'!'tirei#Th;?*fW' !l jT C.mtllogno linen i blades also manufactured Ulwar.
a Jpervehts
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4 4 mes&i.ad a .u-.oit 'JlRIae' '. ,*4Vt* -" ie & Iti&2I.' I I. :HoQprabjeiJddge. Probalea in and for S OF ST. JOHNS COUNTY., 4 S
There are ifp irMra l c 1 f r-s"'f--, :tiw coBWy: of Stl Johns for LEtters e/DitcJUrffeaa S
, '.r, O' wk &eMZihtiazr1Iei 'a- "Jd e 1e''UaW' 'af Oc.t..N.IeI "Executor the:las< Wilt and testament tfBLf&NXlTrfiS JK CBAlt'CBfV" k

*itcture4.r "d.Jpo J I' .eatot'pu'LofdS.51.' lat ofsaidcoanty,deee ed.. AQpeBonsIn'terested I David L. Sayre, _
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: I lJpbDt1Mp ,St t 'tiide'' 0 I: : ,I J-. 4*, ... ..10. L "AfDSJiKS. ,' theiein are hertby notified accordiugy.S Ta. 1 I S
. Ju Je atlO"OtIC : rfP' ',' .'.t T'rr rk : ." JOHN Joseph M. Hernandez, '
A.!, 'blJ. .I.I11I.40 { : ., : }ACK80NEseeutl ____ 1
"_pc1':1'I. \ . l ;. \0. ,. &.. .u.tH''...; om' .' .. : "- ,'I'. ''' .Apug, 47-crn.r : rOTICES > Benjamin A. Putnam, ) t .i .
a' MY' Augustus. \ J "
'. ", "r_' 'a. 1 b>rfby given'to all concerned that \
. 'J. TEIIfE, ", .; ", : > "r. b." ,111' ,. ,'. : \ .',U,%irshjt! .I ,Lt'.1 $ItlIslinontlafter date hereof; present totheZiJEe l It appearing to the satisfaction ofthV Court. i';,>,

'The greatest tl9tT .I lYI .I. '. iP r. .".' ZflINp1EL.c of pro6t!.of gi Jclins County for settlement I ffidavii made ia this Cause that the'aidDefendant ]t, .f.\1.i, \

"irtue. but the C..i.rll .rt1r//[ ;;. } :
,th1 ibV:'Estad of Francis late of said County State of Florida,. beyond theJursisdjctjouofthizCvurt ;:
'11"OOlon, tu I&ep bo'Iery loUt thf1 1 Triay; f ;)
: not adyancrA 10qzag$.into tbqt.pla nsoflifdenceto g) li8all! ; deceased,and that I'shall.'at the same time ask for .but in the United States j. .-, It j"\
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ih&n&elvettf : Ifttofian. order ,issoms&iout "< fwJeiKoT and ray final discharge 'as such Executor ,, It is therefore Ordered,that theSs AtJJrfnjdant 1 'J'
t. S the old buveermed avoid ,, them but with'the expei. t ,J iL l(. .Br. >% DUtrkf CourtV.the, >Lu,.': JOSEPH' MANUCY, Fxetr.Jznuzry2S.i5J. Augustus W. Walker appear.and 'answei.fte Bill '". ._"' f' Jk
conquer ; young U : 'fortthe-Uorthern District of Ifoiiaa.toad.' / Coniplahil filed in this Cause! within Foor.Montha tt
i'man. full of passion and trcnght, ond *Ua* tR r 'odMay-of OctJIDlt.ln'a. cerub 'proceedingii 0 I from the date of the Publication of this Q2er.orths ;.:':
oan oK ;
; \ Gna cUaD'. 1V otlee.Not're .
. adventures his untried principles omC i .5 ; .tp Said Bill will be taken forConfessed him
ifing. \ 'a1uui dairalt berein.The United S talcs*areLibelej ataict .. '::;
"nr"af worldly teductipn, and if be raiifl.tain $t. f.JImi.1w..Pamperober.tie rJ.appar- is hereby given,. that six months f rim And it is further Orderedthat Piblicarion of .' ':! ; '
ae .hereof, I will to the
those principles per&ncet to hintbelapg .43 eL Claimant. publication apply this) Order be maJe iaswme Newi> publVh-J ,! : '
p ,$rflw ifoicurgo ;Lawrrn f'egut don. the ConrfofJ'rpbate of >?j. Johns County,for papr ,.;};
I thu true honors ot aconquurer andtaliera. : taa.t .'shftU offer:/or sale'at >thei" wa OL Jacksonville onSattti discharge u .Guardian of Michael; PhilomaDa.l in this Circuit once a week for the space of.font ; S

?" ; 1. i trjAllthtlay of October next at 12. M* of j Edward aad Frantis Papy,.Minor Heirs, of 5f cha laud t Mouths. THOMAS DOUGLAS,JuJgr. ';\?:" ';
4 Temperance Is the richest J.\el to the young : ,of thAtM1 /the followiDg articles found_ on board of and Mary B. Papy. Deceased. A true Copy. P. B. Dcxls ; .. i':;'

I man'I crown of honor. As excessjV0 sensual. Jfce4 settedwilKthe, sold Steamship Pampero to wit t I I e GASPER N PAPY, Guardian. Clerk C. C. S' .Johns CoWy .l.Ji'

.indulgence t ,deadenrthe sensibilities, and; touts ', '.jafel 'Beef.-; ,.l-4BbIof OH. I & Aiiuttinr, April 4th, :ll!51. Cmos. ,1- St. Augustine, July 19th 1851. .. : 'I \. !

ouUr tfuty,from,the coualenance, so dcestenv slid, 3cbi* Aead, 2 Bushels of Salt. I ; "
f : ( 1 > BMirFlourt 1,14 Bags Coffee. Administrators Notice. TADAJ add
pcrance j n all things graco to the mina $ I |X' Months after the .date hereof, I THOMAS :
lhe features. Temperance I p wfe > ',SyPieces Baejpn, 3 BOIM rfoop. $,
and loveliness to ; I jDocoLis, administrator of. all and singfOar rtir
f only the most graceful:moral attribute a 12 Bbe! Ipl 1.Box. Vermicelli. b' oe_ '" .
it not clm.U' wha" olJ1.fIitnBmbi_
: MO lasses. & ,. .
: 12Choice)ael
:n( the individual however .is also the ., "\ "f..1t'l.OHN : J--- "nti; shall apply.I .

foundation *stone .orthopecea41joy of home ,. yiicit' .. I to the*>Honorable Judge of Probate, in and for St. .

-- 'Ia. I pa. ad urn"...ut' the t. I TI I Johns County in the State of j10 rfd a for a
___ ; Oct. 4th. $ ment of accounts and for final finalwttle-I
- I my: ;_ a
,t rJ Iau fKKyHi 1. sofa r. the Administration aloresaid.I NEW YOR1C 4 \
iX ihbsoVfsher? condition*w social life which YOy- Liquors Ac ,. THOMAS DOUGLAS. ASD 'S

Ibis age of effort and sufleringis. developing. The Old Brandr, Holland Gin, Monongahela Admih ltrat r. NEW OKLEAffS .. -
Irish and Scotch do. Ale and For- .
its benificent abroad St. Augustine. April, 12th. 185F& "
f f' As it spreads powers
ter, Champagne Wrne, Madeira, do Sherry do. BXPItE3S.I.. I -
driving the beer cup truin the hand of the tuf-i iJcr. the is hereby given to whom it may inter- S
foil do, Congress Water, Cordials Claret Wine, Notice .
atul entering into Jlie pulse 01 his life as a such I v I shall u ancillary Administrator the ,
such I&C'., B.E. CARR. of (7FICES,.' 'II ,' ;. -
one of the moft glorious auxila- estate Francis! Sanchez deed.having as such administrator S ,1
\ries principle Is being added to that gathering array of New I. .. the control or management of real estate 16, 18 & 19 Wall st. NewY ork. .' '. _

possibilities which forehera the NEGROES'I in Florida the property of infant heirs of said estate. :39 Main st.. Hartford Vt ,,
hopeful arid the of make application to the Judge of the Circuit Court of 66 Slate M., New Haven,.Ct. ".
peace 'or this world, reign of peace. I. have for sale two Families of first rate House the Eastern Circuit of FI)nda at the next Term of 163 Baltimore st., Baltimore" 1 1 .
the unreasonable .
The1 Intemperance- vebe.mencu case 8rr nts. A 11. COLt said Conr to be holden at the City of St. Augustine, Pennsylvania Av., Washington. -

"Of meD has done more .to rpetul'e'l"Hl .June 7th, 1821.. I in and for the County of St. Johns for authotity to 7 Fourteenth st., Richmond.Va. S .
n7 than swords have done. The pre. ,men Sell said Real Estate. t
cipltancy of poor sluves,just emancipated by \ PETER BENET. 84 Washington st., Bost n.
; FLORIDA. 72 Camp st., New Orleans.. .
Occident of fate revolutiOra'
one of these grand ,a > : were Ancillary Administartor.

always blinded them to the sinister tackle St. Augustine April 5th. 1851. CARMICHAEL AND OSGOOD'S. _

I" helt tyranu.and hasexhsut them call PROCLAMATION FOR. ELECTION... Notice. I DREDGING MACHINE. ,

were easily reduced once more and, 4' persons having any claims or'demands I nnders&igned have evn appointd! agents
to bondage was BY GAD HUMPHREYS, JUDGE OF All the estate of HESKT KLOKXI late of St\ THE owners of his invention,and would recommend _

\ With temperance tyranny .cannot contend; year PROBATE. OF ST. JOHNS COUNTY Johns, deceased,as creditors,heirslegatees,or otherwise it to Contractors, Companies, er Individus!!.,. -
before temperance brutality feeleth ashamed, Nest are hereby notified to present them to the subscriber who are about doing work of the ffjlowrng description .

and is mute. Would to God that the young I ; vessel PftoiUTi OITICE ST., Joints COUHTT, ) within two years from the date hereof,or they ,vte: -S
\ the of the Fin. 8th 1851. will be forever barred And indebted to the Extensive drainage of Swamps, Marshes and cu-
(: who are now hastening Jo assume governtrnftl trade. September, f persons 'Plantations'

,I of this world might cuteem as one ,of the | and CONFORMABLY TO, LAW ; Notice. is estate are required to F.make BRIDIER immediate/Administrator payment. gar Building Levees around Plantation Towns. ; '

I f ihovt exalted qualifications of man and nations & .pro- V/ hereby given, that an Election will be 4Jepl. 13.1850.Estate Opening Channel way and removing Bars aht _

.f. .the virtue tempcarnce'' ; to the held1at the _different Election Precincts in I month of Rivers and Harbors. -

r' enrol the County of St. Johns ; on the'first Monday of Dr. Andrew Audersoii, de Making Canals through Swamps,marshy or candy .

f MATftiMOXui.--The AlexandrIa Gar.eU8. otihclth com- in October next; for a Judge of Probate'a ceased. ground. S &

t lust,contained extraordinary advertisement ,. Clerk of the Circuit Court ; Four County* Notice is hereby given, that in thirty days from Deepening water around Wharves and piers.

in letters and figures as follows nlf Commissioners Sheriff; a County Surveyor hereof,I will apply to the Court oi. Keeping open channel way through Lake anc, '''- .

t .W. tlUJla4.-Btlnltd u'uut ofen.k of and Coroner, and the following Probates of St. Johns County, for leave to sell so vets; removing RafU or sunken Logs tearing U11.

1 terlng into the holy state of Matrimony, with Port of are appointed Inspectors ot said election persons viz : much of the Real Estate of Da. AsDiaiw Anu- Roots of Trees,etc. '

t JI sensible,loveabie man I Adopted this the For St. t4ugustina Prectnrf Election to beheld sos DECD. as will be sufficient to pay the debts and To pellOOI desirous of improving waste Lands by )
plato' accomplish thot.whlch, By the custom liabilities thereof; and in tix montkt from this date drainage this thiD caD bto be recommended as tic
t tW irld am debarred from doing in | : were at the Court House-!inspector*. John I will apply the skid Court for my final dicharge, as only one adapted to all the-pupose necessary* .
will part of S. Pacetty- floque Leonardy and Lyman Executrix of said estate. To those who are building or repairing Canals or "
other fashion. As no one buy a '
.I iy pip \p Soutbwick. CL\RISS\. ANDERSON Executrix. drains, will be found of immense value, as Ji will ; S
in a poke, or trust to lottery chances, I feel it and April 26Gin.FJOTiCE. t deepen the Canal, andit the same time form fa embankment ) .
& .
incumbent upon me to say that I um what the er' FoW3fotanz Precinct-At the House of Abraham levee. 55
: is lereby given,. to .siijii or .r ;%. ?
world culls hAl\d.omelIod have Q position at Dupont ESQ. :Inspectors, Abraham 111 claims This,machine is oajdfsrUh, either how 6* It"Tberlt *
having against the Estate of
: ft to drive nwajr .DI't". My husband mustbo ( Johns D pom, Francis Pell icier unJ James Pollicier. Arnau .JecJ ifto Stephen .

: from twenty to"U irtr; good wnso preferred to "*c\ S T : ":_'' w :8' AkpjfMented.withfa 4.' ..'ettzsbe 'howJu..ra' | w w mm4 all'o

, to good look* ; and no Kirnrterim i ; litol\, : .d! .._.Pl .tb *iio t'oimjers' : iromthls"date r' : F they. he couaty and may be seen at Charleston South Car
Prttinil. .
who in.wi>&u\ dy\ii\twffJxnv_ hiMnd ; ul t s it will bylaw forever:afterwar'ds barred. olinia! ; Navy Yard, Pensocola; and on the Canal between S
m '.ntJ-u&d Jq'l Ye 1c1d.I' district James Riz 119-J Inspectors, James Riz, A. C PAUL ARNAU Administrator.St Galveston and San Louis. 4 t

yt1ovsticV. no nutturo dandy, such as J. Durrfnceuhtl Geo., C)lec. A .tuzntne,3lstMay( 1851.iasleruCInIt By application to .1. S. SECOR. Esq., our Aaen- .
j. fur 'smiles of silly drill and lID.pudl'u OUl bnl at Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida,a
promenajfle For Ruena Vista Precfnc/, At the? House of Court of8i.Jjiia
bonn need | drawing of the machine can be seen,with information
\ start-rs nogmostacbed u Col. EV L. Dancy-Inspeciors F. L. ('obUI,. i
sensible which Duncy as to the cost,etc,
onevw please me but a
nnply.nsno 'Antonio Baya and Paul Musters. 12tti 1851
voyage CBAHCX BT: July
who do- ,
educated gentleman appreciates
tnevtfc, hnpjiim-iw by the possession of one wit : O- The Polls will, as tho Law directs ; he George R. Fairbanksspeciul -) & __S 'GILBERT& SECOR,New York. t

heart. If fcuch an one is aesirous of taking I't.. opened nl 9 o'clock, A. M. und close at 5 u'- 'Mnster and Rnceiycr ,LAWRENCE ANDREU
himself wife, who has a small furturt, io cluck, P. M. of the Estate of Robert, _' S ,
to a '
dec'd. ., rIf ,DRAPER AM) TAILOR.
husband McHardy: l
and who would to make her hap- .
try upon In whereof I h. COBS;a Or CHARLOTTB SI. AID TREASURY LASZ. .
testimony hereunto
set *
WH1 receive the attention of the ulvertlser, \c ys.q ** Bill for Di)y'uy
PJ addressing through the Post Office a tickel my hand, at the City of St. Augustine, the I Lambert C.Jonp.s'& Mary 'uod account.ey .-' 'WOULD RESPECTFULLY in.
4 by the ;. 11 form the Citizens of $I. Augustine
ADA." eighth day September, A. D. 1851. E. Jones; his wife", GtorgeRlcheyandMaIyInaB.ich.
note to burthen. G. 'HUMPHREYS,Judge of Probate.* I 1". .. and the adioininz ,Counties.-that h.
UNlON'sVf1ON No :1 5. SONS OF TEM ; and .. his wife, Samuel Maul- on han't, a wellselected
'. at \ stock of the best .French EngKah
PERANCE. dis otico hereby given t' at I will six weeks after den and Caohne1A3nLj j "

At ft regular meeting of this Diyision, date applytothe Judge of Probrfte of at.John. den his wife.. ; ; .' ; J, ; .. *\ .and nieresaad German' YesUngs Broad, which qloths.Cai.ha3conststIy Jhe will-
countyJIbr letters of Adtmnutr&tiun de' bo- S
lira following nppcarlnff'to'theaa actlon'of Court
29th September
the '
hold ou accor. It make to order in the most Fashion-
Brothers were duly! elected officers lot thc ; carrying nil non.on the Estate of Be tastlan Egpenoeo late of : by affidivit made in this! cansc. ihat the said table wanner. and upon accomim
I, said e aaty, deccasad. MAURICIO 8XNCHEZ. Defendants,,Lambert ,C.oprw and Mary E.Je,
term: year AWe, 4hat baying opened a direct
aue1DI St. Augustine, Sept. 5, 1851, NO38.S his.wife, George Richey sad Mahrina fccheyniswife dating terms: .
J. Uaina. w. p; : said .. communication with'.the Fj .IIQute. in,the samu '

A. F. Gould, W. A. .." ,.' j 4' Notice l and Samuel: JUanlden. and Caroline Ml11Iden. line in New York,he will have the'arU reports oFaehions
; reside lbDta
his *
wife- beyond ;
t of
the -Stite of
to wit and from .
.' $; from tliat City Etuope.N
p.C.Zylstraft M.RAndreu.A.1L8.PaulArnauT. .' and All persons having any claims or demands Florida, Viz; in the.LStat of South Carolina.JL *. B. .Citing and repairing tone on the shorten .
; United the Estate of frahci Pass.deceased, is therefore, on motion oc(: George R. fairbankfirdered -
I notke.
the as c tOI'l,bein,'cUa teel.ltpten or otherwise, .that the said defendant LambntC. S;' 9.18.\1). .
I A. A. Biftvo, F. B. 1eI in : art hereby notified to Bresent themto the subscriber Jo et.Dd.;. .Mary ,E; Jones, his wife,.,.George No -

J. Hnnuey, C. at a.. within two years from, the date hereof' they Richey and Ttfalvina Rtchey* his wife, and Samuel '. ; Bear 1 Bear 1h45t2 T"I S 5
Jas. Ponce.'A. C. : last will forever barred.v Msulden ami Caroline Msulden, hb wife appear and .\rlH purchase! all the Bears C and Grcasr

A.t4optz.8. r'k between FHANCI8 P. FERRSIRA- Administrator. : answeriheiBill of Complaint Filed in. this cause, that,the.citizens of Florida will ship! .me in $c- '.
Joseh Loez,'O. 8. Fort! August 16, 1851 Mo 33 within, Four months from the date of the publication vannah4the Oil at One Dollar per gaf! :j te Greast

$,. R4H.Canova, P. Wi'. '. II ,and at rll1aIDmarlndJ. Barley. Flax Seed, Arrow of tbl's ordeft or the said.BiUwill; be taken for cuefeasedsgIn4 ; mUd be pat u' iagoqi. tone Jan. fortcl' l; wfM!
them.: fiifty cent per'pound. The trtjclva ruu" be '
Ufto OtvaioH meets regularly evey Monday States, .L Cocoa Cboekolate, Liquorice, fIl pay .
Root.Tapioca, ,
And it is farther'ordered, that PubUeadon or this or I will most positively reject them rusetarceqiantitieaofboth
the Hall ot the Sons otTeperoncc d pro- iees ground fresh pure
4 nightat Jogube PuteRa Ging r. ) ( ) I Order be mado Ic some newspaper published in this the snide, and coasSdermyselfa
Charlotte street. :\ |y. .._Ship_ Mosurd, CBieona Pepper,Carrie; fresh Salmon, '
"' M* ',-' Circuit once a week for the apace of Four }Month I good Judge of it. Srsld any quactity'rr&mgillon !
I U retail by .CARR! I I ..t'I-? '- THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge &. to ten gallon at a time or more if poa;le.
FORWARD Caviled to be true copy .
. I ; thai ot August 16, 1851: > """ I IIs P. B. DUMAS Clerk, c. c. IT.JOHXS co. Wholesale! Droggixt. Savaaaat, Ga.... I" '
ATTORNEYS AT LAW { ',- 'ROT."' August, 1851. .

I m CUANGBRVt ai>4 HEREBY GIVEN, that application will be 'EAStRN EJUUiCIAL CIRCUIT OF\THE rre : .--, S .S

sabjec'* made to the Jsdge of the .Eastern .Cuemtof ,, STATE OP FLORIDA, WRCJJrikpOURTOF S" .5

I I tzMI. ,whom florida by the Petition of JamesJEawards,AdniItor S ST. JOHNS,COUNTY : l5LsTJcceivcd r".icJ1r AnrifTrom., S
.: : ( Queen of the Estate of E..mr. tlr-k ",di +**A- 'Wt.llfP fOBt-Y." thTht1TIVi% :

. .WrJ .if .jLoZ1DL. P& J s4.GrgI' "'1'..M4cbdIlWantoiihetrst c.?,'..-!r .ntDier. surviving; Jzaer .: Crackers, Butter, Lnrd, Uanis, Bucon,Cheese,

rr ... WJi.uivlJtr.- .. 1I 1atilid E.' Wu II, deed.; of the firm oframfr". & Ferris.', Potatoes Onions Teat, Sugars. Flour, Rice,
RL. \Jffc.EptMfjf| i" o : \ : equip. ,thirty days from tUsflsta'at hill Chambers la the City vs. Cots< Beans, Spices Hoaps Brooms, Hey v :

Late of Be A512theEt10M1. f in of St. Augustine at 10 A M. for authority to sell Hannah Latin,. Admrs. of Reuben Corn Oats Bwml, Porter, Ale, Braudy.
I' -- ._- c-- -- ---- : the real estate of said Edward M. Wanton deed. Loring' deceased, ,Charles Loring, >>ree1ozujre. Wine,Oranges, Lemons, Coeoanuts, Almonds,. .

NOTICE. and by ;'to'wlt' 3791-3 acres onth, Yet, aide of River'Bu '.William W. Loring, Frederick. Loring. Risins. 'fumaryidtf. &c. B. E. CAR/g. S

ATLANTIC GULFB.AILROAD COMPANYnnHE ., that. 'Johns adjoininjc John,Sanded Plant Uon,470. 1-3 i .Elizabeth Nina sad Albert" Apiffiozi. .
w NEXT annuaUlecticn for Directors of the and set acres East side. .of &..hns River t a place called herfcusband. .l"j' -,,< .; 13TT -, Cabbages Potatoes, Ltudc'-oice3rticle.

JL Atlantic & Gulf Rail Read Company will : process ,,Canmnghara and 300 acres at > :p\a e caned Col-. I APPEARING_ ,the SatU&etioa of the Per schooner assorted Gi$ y. cow Pean. Apples Putatoa.CabbJg ._
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held st the city of Bt Augustine the Court Rookn : son Brandt, East of St. John 'JUy r. .. I JLCburt. byaflldavltTBadeb; this Cfcuse '.that the ",and bunch Onion hay O& CCTB f.
$, ia the Court HOBS* in said city at twelve u'c1ocj,on : : seizure" :' M-Vi! ', '.0. .. FAIRBANKS Defendants, 'Charles4LoringV-WiUiam W, Loring.Frederick triog at Wholesale retal. .,
RleVi or
Monday the 13th day October eu1851. I aforesaid ;1. 4 !lIrr 'Atomey for teddonere.'Augflst9,18$1. Luring,Elizabeth. |fanea and' Albert A.Nnaea ,Beans ;for 'B. E. c.\ait. ,

A.G.BEN&oK ytvB. I before '. f No32 .J .her husband'. .esIdCbeyond.heJ.ofthiiCotOthetat. -wL Ot12.I850.' ,-U-1- I 4
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A PUTNAM, }Commissioners I House jn t- '- -- b of Florida,bat in the TT TOPOST POTflASTER. r.
GEO R. FAIRBANKS. S .| onda1 of '.-i: .11', Exe toIIN0tLC.4our .. 11 United-Suiest > ; %." .?.' OFFIC TAl1IPS. :,

. August 9th. 1851. I JNo J 32PLORI8A..1J8E time; ; weeks after 4at.' .Intend to appIyLL' for. "..V JfJ. therefore 'Ordered,that the Said Defendants. ,I fT8t Pleasant Grove

I Court the Judge of Probatfjof Putnam county an Charles 1...g, \Silham W. Loring, fftderfck.Loriof THEuaJerslgailPostmaJ was the first person Li .- :
a -FOR aforesaid order, decree for tWsalffofjh Wl *tof*seneirifet AIberA.hkJ It 1
I Elizabeth Nnnef and rjbaMndt'do "U 8.wboe lncrfv d, aiid undertook extensively!
RENT. of land or so much thereof as shall be necessary for the I: appear and :answer. the Bill ofCom;; 1hIl5ib,the idea- *o 'wppTyinarsll pc-t offices with .

: U THR ABOVE well known Hotel anc to wwlvOie 1 efi&ncj' of persona OfJO5h01I11C| Isssew plaint Filed ia this cause within You Mhtbsiw Otesaid'BUI t pitamP'Au: ; stamps made by him are war 1,
U1 the of ; notify aU .payment 9Lbjust and lawful debts wOl be taken ...e aIsied agamittteD t .or superior to any othtr that can bnroeure .
City St tugusUn* being in H d.ecpl: ti
fOrt Two
mal 1ieeeuel,to Jriff One'tntci nfreA 'fiTUfttrthcr a lere that poblieatiea tbJi! ra .
< have TMnd or <|* ieprieei rod whenever .1
: order is ( JoshuaRkkraaa att/a any ate
for .
or real ono or Aid
r :sad Fifty ere*Jl11t'1i ie1bj In"some New
er 1i aDd order be hnde perpsNishe416tllPs 'sn.GGt.1ft any !T-defetdve or unsaW'a tory.dz.nII .
Tears witb or without, the furniture. Spriag Grove'
-f John MiBfwat*;and .called week JconseeutrrelyFwir'Monws
eOf aforesaid. the Baitere a. shall be forwarded, O1' oot ee..hbo.t ;
Garfmer i tei
COLE. Willism-
A.H. other jtract "ptirchased.jof *' DOUOLilS, -J'dgopy1ftoni f .
The TflQS. who ;1i
lirecte orcfer
w1t < < nd called All set ousianis, wml'c'C
;'eans' JMM uth. 1851. It b, ill Lintem.slt&ittro coatafcing=00? hundred an 4.:6tr acm', said;*County; ,of .,a Minute' of CMtin. i ro"WTO. at Two.pollar only' -{for thirty pIe-)
Is L-r- Ake Georgein .. ..P B. .0 "
. a NOTICE hereby givra. that I wbereby. IWtwiU take aotke < ,:' Ittd )-1 : shall be kept ia stamps adlibitom.! t S
thli ofte the. J 4&' .' which. Kre \ ,kjk iC[ SU JohalCotintyOldf S "
; uretent to I & ao.I JtrLt % Execatorpf* Address "Post 3/aster, f leasnt Grove.Alleyway .,
1wIth' or Probates of St.' Johhs Couat I .'.thet I .;,. *.HJQKilAN. decease:'4 J. J,. ; 1851.10 .5. -.5 1 't _io2 ." 'C&:1J"S : '
4I Le4ngston'lits
Esee*or of the Estate of John. c h ii Iato ; & &; ; ht. -
EfsMeri "
Iffw lOt .W_Br deceased for srtUetaeat and allow: I f ,and" there1] j J Jy 122851:'\.. ; .. :1,; 5 ;g1hai eIot; VIrgbUMBam: do do do oulders,I I t :IrisB ALE.CiderrPortefln and Jkotrli 18rli&4ypy Plats and.Oat Sis ]

li .'atkileUU at the same time tak from a Judg I premSl-. ; lt 'I'lIolee.GroeerJesz, tdo do Faltan,marked Hams do do Dried Beef I I SCOTCH .ah'rry and Port WinChsarps; **.

Ltun %f diamisctl from say Executonhiaof of .'aud to< AFflidot ftfBattenf Lard. Chees>, assortedBteon.Tish do dOMe.)3efiOdO Bac1 4IILUILStd, Ai.I .
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4 &tcj ** .' 'f *. ..' I -'bat 10 1L caekztUsI; Smoked Bee. plesMiCibbaic' *,' Onions, assdrted, racks, Florida.frsn4yHoIlsod ted WineP'ttqUOTst44eiJ! .& .rr "ac bt ,

10stril A.. STRJSCHKA Ejreutor.t ; I a shall do I. .d !haMketBcrf: 1" Orarres. Pried. Fraits. F j5chrGp! v. -ru., J.rtb J.
ci '. \H. B. CARR 4 *. B. E. CARat I 9
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For the "of fit John St TTORNGY .
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lDtel. 03 Charlotte and Forthecotmties Orange and St.Lucie-Tnesday ta OD,Wftd.th' Balow ".atteoSnnavigablewfteripliT&fi ch it ( = I iiuhe :na"E Cfmdt
G\&r Bay Street few 111 111Bdif'az ,
I a beforlihe Eri MOnday<>fNoveitt6erT' '. I. I RJverf rmerJ'Ocefe ud plai1ted'bi' : JtoDCoaJiJfot1i: :l4Jdd1e Cjjtni
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J.:.. '. ,v ..' ... OaCharlotte ..$jttCtiBndTreasjf For the county of Putnam;at '..P11'r the'second ate 4oh'bBit! eith U .a ;1tP *1 'r' ce 8cthem C; j
tl Public Tuey before the first Monday of November.FFflRhe \:,'. for b 'SI&ii Jicl co aid''alftitiS iJo .i Itf: f' S hVi 'CoUrt ? .ns" .. an ak 8ited
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'14,. *. "J.! county of SC1 John's, on,the.first Monday 1ithe:co** 11 f ** Ththkt U fotie-! JU.m.1dC" 01 ,I
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: .1 /vH? ,c.NG .tiO SES. inNorember. ,.: ; t fbrty milestenth of jSt.AuxttsUaea dc' .',abo3Alton JW4 ', zd&pr arci&e $' U.itedl
.' For the of 'Nassau, -Thursday before the &i" a l"f2f\ -; .f H.'fj -' 5 b 4)j Dd '
: county
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I ? .% i*, / : .j : Qa tLaribuej Street, near ,the third '.a- /. : "y. .- 4 a ta&lWa. .*-
..- .. .. '' lIonclsyofNovembti.J 4s6o thOindicr adqiniie t.Jed&ndse1izthePeulcier : ;
S % gtSJe< For the Earson third Mol f : Ii O13'P l .t9i; ; 141: in4 Iq ted'at l'-.f'iriR"jJJe.liJ be -
.\\lu 'rt,%. 3a t. GCO t. ajew doors county .. Grant : will givr a
j? .3onth ,: 1 12,Cpnrf Ilonsg and Public_Square. November. '- &isoihe, ruc 'cre jata114ofltSJfl jjf -:'- ': .ip re aDd uatem.iKmg.aulD to his pro&saioa. .
i, 9..r1\{ 'aU business
jot the of Marion 'the 'first acres
I N.W" uh Bay street cwner of Bay and county ; bn Monday in iblfo'Sgar enltore'' 'aadtidti t .L ..Jt1 ( w fc.1 eue. shaD meet witli
Gartn OLe. December. ; about 70"miles south of :'i tAh: n o' I ) If .
I .' DOCTORS. :Jr" Forahe fcuntiesof Alnchna and Levy. on'the seeon ,NewanyrriaA.,.- (*t t. rv .'. a..i'10.- 18.f.".. : Bu Attjcuatine, August /'Jest.( 1
i Monday inJecemL7r ': '1. "Also, th 0nri1d 'W ...*'* '. -2--- __
1 P. > a mount ( PU OIl'.HtJif $
Doct. Weefan.
4 Office at lUll Dwellio House
o.n Bridge Stet.4 g I For the eonofy of ColrnnHa. n-thcrdon day River'about 59 miles south'of
II -- t Doct.MntE.Peck.. '. Office St. Street in December. .- *5Mi:: > coast, formerly planted inbithIauii4li; Ii"i0": 20 .: 'I :' rtne of the power vested in me by few I
-, doors North of the Court House.DRUGGIST. .George The U.S. District Cs-tft, at SL Augustine. o the ''deraoo,'atufnow the property of Jo6ph. 33ntbnY< n- j ,lq\ J .i ;: ; .ahaJJ expose fcr ,ale before the .CoortHonse .
'V' ** first Monday in ApriL ag' taining 1900 acres. ;,. f. fl t.V, #f' .. : JD the city of Btf Apg ne en the fim Moadar

\ ( I : P.C:ZyltM. ChemisUnd Ureggest North Eastside TtlE T1t&YELLEII'GUIDE.. Also,1000 acres aouth..olt-New Snvrnt"inTjun rnltlO" 22i 'i ," December next,ibet iDUoWmJ described traetoV :
, J Public Square the basin. .A bull's swamp,. being the north:halffof the Rosette ID'fl1..1tf. or as much thereof as jrill pay the taxes there .
I ,opposite middle ROUTES t.'RO1dllARLSTON' -' Grant well timbered : 'tfN&Alsofony fAct-H" >.; due the State aqd Cosbty for
: ., and near lgition ?- .. 19 ;: years &.60 snd -
'. 4' LAWYERS. .thousand acres on the Sti" John JRiver, ;? -;.'t' and all nepsary: expenses incident ,thereto, to I

V p BGllr&ld. .Counsellor at Law office on Ar- )mCharltilon" to New For, Leaving daily at between Lake.George and'Lake Monroe, counting fn"1p'' 20 ;' .. : #

x )11c..y Ln.t 3fr2 o'clock r. M, By Steamer to WilmingtcB 180 valuable pine hammock and timbered lands flParious *r-! i r : 52'icresof. 2d rate land being a half of the-
; iles. Railroad Weldon 162 milesTo Petersburg tracts. ( '.n.. 21 '; :'JETovse Branch tract about three
'tip tAt l1nd n -By to -x. .j ; miles N W
4:4. rqe CounceljorJtJawranafiov. 63.-To Richmond 22.-To Acquia Creek Also, 3000 acres in Alachua county suitable for' 't4I. .. m the cilf of Aagastine and parchased. by b& -

fliUiti [ 7t1-By Steamer to W hin oDJ55.-BI.RaUr"adlo Cotton or St glr. > **>, 'T"' ,'t from John and AntcmoHeertss, lying partly h -

icltlif hi 'Cliuc Z. 'lceonHhdv I1.' a1timore'40T dcIpJpa'9'2..o.TclN w-Y Also, 600 acres in Columbia Cow t1* od pine In 11 22; .. 34.35 and 35, of township 6, range 29

tli: eSouth Wing f e Court'House..ground. floor ot B?. Total distance 771 mif 'TGii1tOh Faie.enO' ds 0; t1a4 %.p EeR1rer.iWly 2'. : '':'; ... sections 1.S and 3 of township 7. range 29-T -
J&irbanit.! ; ,.e ". r 1t 7dn1ri&c;tc"\o :iL. .. ) now nnknolhi, assessed to Jnsepa Delrmw
George R. Attorney andCounsellor af ;
I "awffic- the Court House. : The "Sout emer" (Stqemsliip) leaves Qharieston as GEO-iR.FAIRBANKSr'.A .IS .' other' .bZIU beed conveyed to Michael Lao-C &

,- 'jfr n every tenth day after the 27th of April), o'clock rM.. Agent for the purchase and sale of Lands', I .I 'Tlg U..aa.R C' .
o- PUBLIC-OFFICES, Thro in 60 hours. Fare (State-Room) $25r Payment of Non Resident Taxes,&c. 2t i '
j, St. Augustine. Feb 22.1850.PAB1UTYSECURITYPERPETU1TY.. In 12" 20 ,
From Ckarleiton to Philadelphia.1 OFprey ;
Ptt Office,. G. E. Lla'mbias. Post Master, How I
bvilJinssiIf."E. buildings Market leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock, I R. B. CANOVA, Sheriffand ex-oK

l Generaft Ofiee, B. A. Putnam square.Sxroeyor Surveyor ..It.-through in .ours. Fare 20. $900,000. In 12 2G : Tax A&s&sorand Collector a. /.-c.

General, on Hospital Street,corner of Artillery From Charleston to Nete-Orleant. Leaving daily THE MUTUAL. LIFE INSURANCE ra1 3Ist185I. .
.Lane and Hospital Street.. at 10 o'clock A. .. By S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 COMPANY 4 n 12" 22 ; rax Collectors sale.

Land Office. +._.H/ T-- Register. miles.-By Georgia Railroad Atlanta 171.-By OF NEW YORK-NO.35 ALL St., ,,1 : TTirtoe ofnhe power rested in me by law I t
I of Public Lindd- office in the Court House. r Macon and AVestern Railroad Griffin 42.-By 1JET Accumulated Fund, Nov. 1st, 1849 8900L ,- St. Augustine t shall expose for.sale before the Coar House -

7- Thol. T. Ruttelll Receiver. ; office in. Cdurt Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery 000,securely invested in Bonds and Mortgageson in the city of St. Aagnetinev the.first Mont .
# House.. :- 65By Steamer to Mobile 331.-To New-Orleans real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks of De&mber next,the following described 1

Jude'J Frame- : (G. HUlD 1 reY'1 Judge) office 1C6. Total distance 1,006 miles. 'Time 123 hours. ofthe State and City of New York and United CHOICE or so much thereof will pay the taxes there tract j

in the Court House. : Fare $39. 50., States Government. SCHR. HALL. dm the Slate a lid Cooaiy for' 'I
yean 'JO ,
C Pet B. ,f". Clerk Circuit, Court, office inthe ., Ftom Charleston ta Nt-Orle M1\'iz Savannah, This fund is rapidly increasingly a widely extended charging. We offer to wit: I'

Cart lIol se. ': daily at 9.A.. M. By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles. and prosperous business. sing our assortment. $ acres of secoo4 rata lad near head;of.M.I
d Rafael B. Canova Shf'rifhnd Tax Collectorof-- _By .:'Ccntral Railroad Jlfacon and Western Rail- The Company declared a dividend ol profits of fif* warranted and liberal crrrk,;south of St. Angntiae. DlIn ectioma .f I

.lice in the! Court House. road to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelnka 100.- ty-two per cent on all existing policies'on'the 31st iginal packages* 29,township 8,rang* 30 "-

; Collector of Custom John. M Hanson, office.- By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile of Janl1lryI848. TEAS-.Youn, tract was pored to F.I. Patio, ')

.Planters Hotel. 331.-To,New-Orleana 166.Total distance 1,032 All tlie' Profits are divided among *der. Imperial ealld the ) Forteae's phee. :

a t Inspector of C utom.. .*Ora Howard, office in. miles.. Time 77 hour Fare 039. 50. the Insured. SUGARS,&.,- Fatio.and unless taxes ad
oward Buildings, Market square. MISCELLANEOUS TABLE. The premiums are payable in cash annually,sem- vado (bright the day vC& .

a /. // Bronon. Judge U. S. .Court Northern !; Distances. FareTime.. annually, or quarterly, interest being added on the I .West'India Molasae I B. CANOVASheri1ruln-calt

District ofForida.Sffice in the Court Houw. j To Athens, Ga., 221 m. $7,95 20 h. deferred payments. COFFEE,&C.-Jara ; Tu A--w&ad Collector .1. c

; G. R. Fairbanks. Clerk U. 8, : Court, office in "Chattanooga, Tenn., 445 13,12 31 The' cash principle adopted by this Company semes prepared Cocoa. 185j. .I
; the Court House. "Columba, S. C., 130 4.00') 8 to the parties for whose benefit the insurances CANDLES- Tax Collector's

} Deputy Marshal. Gforge I. Zehnbaur. office in.I "Camden, S. C., 142 4/JO 9 are effected, the whole of the advantages, without Wfck. ', tYJ or the]| &rl 4

,lh. COJrt. House. \I .IHambu S. C., 136 4,00 I 8 subjecting them to the heavy drawback of :accumu- SOAP. Sharing j" expose for po sale ft8te4.before the laC Court*r Hoi few.i
lated >
"Memphis Teun., 740 28,00 ,-< premium notes. Brown. i. the citT or
1- ORDNANCE DEPARTMBNT. Passengers for either of the above places,leave Persons may effect insurance on their own lives TOBACCO Plug JGs of December sen duAajTBtiaeoR tb Mowia tie List Maa
Charleston S. C. Railroad; at 10 o'clockA. and the lives others. A married woman can in- ? ; described tract
L Capt James Jfanhan. Ordnance Store keeper, daily, by Twist, or ao aaek thereof win
I k .Bice 011 St. George street, a few doors; South oft j I A.. cure the life other husband the benefits of which are Regalia paper, Principe dae the Stair and CJaantr aa for par tie taxes --t
wottred law for the exclusive of herself chil- years 184a .
Maj. 9. A. Putnam's rendence: Fersons desirous by use or '
Tax Collector's Sfile. LIQUORS. Brandy, ,.0 wk: .
or' isiting the Pbrt will make application to dren. deaux Jam oo acres 'II :
a aeeoad nte' Iud I
:'Capt. Hanham., BY virtue of the power vested the in'mtr. by law I .' Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries Proof;; Holland .tyinjla .l.. I's.d 20township above trad Ksrtk .
: for sale before Coon House t.fiqe i$
expose invited avail themselves of
are specially a resource
ro "
Scotch do fine tract oCSte
deor in the of tit. Augustine on the first Monday (a ; kuadred acres .---IoPe-
city .
g JUSTICES OF PEACE. their familcs secured
TIle; whereby surviving may bj Wines. Madeira, ,
Jafries? Mj Gould. of December next the followinjrTdescribed tract rom the evila of 40r
penury. seilles and Jl/alaga taxes and 1
J' Geo. L' PAillipi. Notn-y Public-office on. Bay of land 'or as much thereof as will pay the taxes' Pamphlets explanatory of tb.principles of Mutual Co. Sherry; Port; expeasea are paid before the dor- *
-a Street-aHittle North of the Market and next door. 'thereon das the titate. and County for years 1849, 50 .. Life Insurance,and illustrating advantages, with Tintage, 1832; ? R.BL CANOVA Sheriff amlex-ofi'S : ,
'to the Post office. } 51, to wit : forms be obtained aithe filcor
application msy in pints and quarts: Tax rss.asd Collector. 1 t
t 100 acres of second rate land in section 38 of .I.c.
the Company,35 Wall St.. or of any of its agentK Claret. 31st. 1851 "
'. 'r:1 J CITT .OFFICERS private surveys township 12,: range 28 couth and '* TRUSTEES,
: t' r '"* ''" .."r' fI east and being ,the east aide: of .Dun'., Lake,*said Jos B Collins, David C Colden, Oils. Olire. Sperm. ., 1tIECU ICS

4- cr4: 1j', -j' i.11. ,.,' .. # "IWJ'W '. 100 reU'aa e8sedto aniuhKtgaley. : Win J Hyslop, Alfred Edwjfdsj"R Fish Herring. Se INVENTORS

",. JJgrnp.eya. .. _v Unkssjiaxfsana. expeneaare.",. paid+before ihedsy ::. Wm Betts,! Cod. .Co ..oaTlac
: '. Atderinen.-, 1' r o r 1&t'' V A'\. Blunt; .. 1oviaioas.: PorK
MicHer Ered'WMunJoseph
t t 0 F.James. J. .A.inrey. j -L r f:1- R; B. CANOVA, Sberiff;a1d'exott C W'Fab r,' Isaac G Pearson, ',. Ch:s'" & _T S.-

Tax Assessor and. Collector, st J. c. John P Prints. Raisinsln
I Clerklf the City Council. Charles! Hatgfr; office Yelverton, Henry Welkfc -
I at the Cp'incil room. _UnySU 1851.: TheolSedgwick, Wm Moore I Currants; Genoa C! Blecbaraical PaPer.

I r City Uarehal and Clerk of the Market, F. P. Tax Collectors Sale.BY .:- Stacy B Collins; Zebedee Cook in'glass jars; i INTflgWOL -
John II Jona Cordials. In a SIXTH YOl.l1J1E8P'faJ
Swift cases
FIIl't Miller ft'1
: virtue of the power vested in me by law, Ihall .
S PORT WARDENS. John Wsdsworth David A Comstock :do&* bottolel in ci e CIEiT1FI3 A.RIEAL
for sale before .the Court House
j C /'. C. Zyletrat, C aru. H afer Jot. E. Ponar. door in the city expose ot St. Augustine 'on_ 'fte tfirs,Monday 'S M Cornell; Robert Shuyler, Nuts. Bordeaux Soft .Pnbliahers .f the SCIENTIFIC AURal
GOUT 1 M Filters Madeira
Wilkins James Chambers, ; respeet&ay give notice dm tie
'- of December next,the following described tract xccn Votttax
A John V Brazil Nuts Pea
CTJON ER. LPruynJoseph Tuckerma, ; journal eomiDeaced
I of land or as ranch thereof .will pay the om the9l ief
,r.lo. Center,F. Ferreira. and, J. 'A. Striseha.I thereon due the State and Co tty for years j849 taxes Fred Whittlesey Moses H.Grinnell, Nuts. laa*. Tha eharacter .c. &umnt 4 t !
"JI Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker Segara Very choice .11 well known
I I ,. 50 and-.51 l. and all toecessary. expenses incident .. Uuoagaoat th# eorotrtj
MERCHANTS >, thereto to wit : "' .f John C(Cruger Eugene Dntilh. eight,and tenths 8 defied aeeoaat of i&. wanna aoMecd. )
Btrroughi E. Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealerin of tandL Walter Joy "rl1nciaS'Lalhrop. importation. throngs to eotaaas. '
1 1 OS acres second rate on, the Matanzas :
i fir.u quality Family Groceries of al! kind LI-. River about twelve miles South from' St..Anpustine, Alfred Pell, j0, Thatcher, Spices, Nutmegs ., enjoys a more'eitnwJTc and feflaeatial eircala- .

?8 .qucrs Jcc.;, No.3 East aide' Charlotte, Direct, North and lying at the mouth of Moses"creek? known aaAchiUe JOSEPH B., COLLINS, President. Pimento. than any other joaraal of its class iaAarr, $
2 of the Pub : '. ; Islic AunT,. Secretary. Havana Preserves. In
$ square. ,! ; :)urais, place/sold in April 1829, by Waters x .
:I Geofgg Bipt. Dealer in Staple and Fancy;' Dry ja ndth 'Attorney .inTaci for Achilla Murat io Richard *JOSEPH. BLCXT Counsellor.G. ted, Guava Jelly, in Ii publish & weekly, aa hoxetre.fcjCwrtf :

Hoods, West -ride of,Charlotte" street,. a. few doors Town, owner now 'unknown/aksessed to' Richard R. Fjumsiars. Affent St. Augustine Fla. American Syrups .oo fine paper,affictCaj.u tie end of lie year "

North ".Treasury Lane. l ". Tows- .' .' '** : '*; .: FcIJ 16th." .. ;... ger co.nmon lemon. ed Dxydcptdia.of ter Fear Bach .
dealer I I Sauces. Tomato, ,wIth all la.sad hat JlT toS Haafa,i"
Seth M.:% Wakeman. iVhoIesate and Retail. Unless TaxesJand expenses are. paid before day a fsale. -
f jb: Dry Goads and Groceries. ; Grocery store on the '.' .- ; quart, piaf and Eagravmg*,dssenbed I L1 Je.ce of'a k nt, I JI

ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, : 4'h: B. o NOV sheriff,pqd %. ft' : .t.... 1f mUfit B ., Powder; Italian the a vast amt of practical iafonaatSosi ...
: assorted of&iaaliS
Charlotte street, opposlte.Mine..Pinkham.$. #Tux' Assessor and Collector. J. c. : )AUGUSTINE, E. F. I London progrpga MeeaIIM.
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, Me* S. if V. .PinU na. Dealer*;in Fancy 1851. ." .. Beef Stake Sauce; Chea ,Crrff Eagsaeenaf Maa- J .
r 'l(
Miy31sir .
0 Goods &c opposite the Planters Hotel on East : THIS- ESTABLISHMENT having I. sence of ja its variova baacbes,.rdti lft.IfaaI1.. t .

tidf of Charlotte street. *- > '. Circalt Court 'EaterhCIrcuItu Sauce. .. ), abort it eabncea tin eatir* IC :
i underg
; : Thorough,Repalra .this sad Sciencea ,
x .j
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Pedro Benet. Dealerin Groceries, Provisions,&e. -
4 : I '. / -fo'. Florida .:. ': is for Mustards Superfine in :
present season now
#.; ready .JuGpowts as '
I feaisnBotia
oriPa1 Ja
corner of Cuna and St. George street "I, ; IN CHANCERY.! .: ; hI4 a
J : ot FAMILIES AND bou1e.rEuglish other
? J reception Company. weekly nW the .'
Manuel Cretpa. Dealer.Family stores; ProyKaions coeauy.
Peter. Benet] Administrator'&c.
: 'Bordeaux,
:can have fptumt CZ for
&., pomer of Charlotte and Bridge fctreets. M of Francis P. Sanchez, "- '. < spaciousApartments. bottles Florence,in .prrpawi exprasly

F. /.f Qvincy. Watch make andJeweter, .on. deed., for the use-of Aaron' .r ( Ii : .' Pkkles. French; Amerieaa tbe Patent Office.-daa'eoeifiiaSaf. L o.
George street nearly opposite office of Dr.Peck." Fnedlander' I ., Booms Airy Clean, and Ifeat- Anchovies in cases Jl of jaes loas'

: v S Thr,.< tfrlij. Retailer of Boots, Shoes.' Caps, VTS.JSenj. .). .- 'v'". oi -k ness itself tarDlibfJdhaDdJomelj-- Batter Cracker*, *- ; t. fozio.ri. 4

Hats and Dry Goods east aid of Chs>lottee.street, .;A. Patnam. Executor cf I 'Bin for Aeconn Nothing Wanting. : Soda do \':. .Leuea mast ", Post Paid aad dnreteiteMUNN '
pf Charlotte street aqd Treasury Lane. A.'co.
corner .
Peter Mitchell drcd. Nicolas and Distribution.Longwortli .' Water do..
The House is well :: Pabfisbeka of tie GdeatiSc :
Lawrence .Andreu. Tailor,. .Charl tte. street, ,urviving Executor knownas"beine rerenlly I. Aaxricaa
ne: rhe J*.*. i Joseph Longworth. deed j I| t Built Expressly1 with.a yew to"the, accom- Pilot Bread lmd., 123 Falm. 1Q.New Yarit.

r i John' Utina. Boot. maker, bartotte street neir, and all qthers unknown Legal J \: .Vf-T odatjpn pf Invalids and. others,, being entirely New Navy Yeses Cake, -
J the CitV Hotel built of. Wood with Rooms
; Representatives and heirs of I '.' connecting, Folding Picnic Crakers. 'who m't \
a MfcKael Ntlligan-CaUnet Maker. Charlotte said Joseph Longworth,et.aLj Doors &c. wbiqh ,renders it Free 'from Cheese in casks person at car regchuntes willsead 1

areeislcsv Temperance Hall.oin'Janucjr. I been by.Affidavit that Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds: to windows : | t
having made
to appear Cayenne Peyi>er, nSlBTLW for tlte
_ 4aaxae kaf& otLuie irt
/ Smith IT : w j
Black ziitland Gun near or .
on Piazza
the Defendant Nicolas Longworth U residing through,opening i Promenade Two 'Confrctionary: .LIqoo "* i n J

I the,: North,. J.Gate'. of( the CHy.H_ _| I I without the limits of Florida end alo the1 other de- Hundred Feet. Protection. from Rains Celd Jellies Preservts, ei for 6 1ThCIL.$8 )5 copies for 12..3i
.. I fendants. '* p Wigds& forming desirable! uf J '
J-.fr ,j u .. .. ; ; c., a xiit from Heidskk ,Champagne, '- 13 eisjso .- 12- 9

I Billla,1 TaWe. BowUng Auq.4 ti. Wara,a at .1 t,Counsel.On motion' lt.it of ordttta William that A/ Forward''lh Vsai&, Complainants: confinement. .. It ea s sot the year.4l. ..dials. Cigt Beat. .*nd Westen Money takea at par
pjsftiada tt; rrh.ff bftzited Sa nti .1-1 Jafft orPeat Office
1ngoth ,
!owa3 Buildings,Market * ,* .JJo'1. Alley, Liquor and Xefretlment 1 byF. amendments* appear and thereto answer, within the Complainant four montba from Hill and the ;position; and retired from other DweIIingLThe Lemon I.;. I : BL *-J- i IM-_ .p. <* M.

Bridicr Hotel. House.contains 45 Rooms Limes, QuincPlums J "
City .with addition -4'
date hereof otherwise the shall be taken
same 4
: Philip Gomez. Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, proconfeaco. ,at Parlours,' Dining, Setting Roomsand conveniences Caraeem Cordial Rue PREMIUM..

&c.. Charlotte street, opposite Bridier. Bowling And it is#furtfier ordered that 'a copy> of this order in general For Accommodation cannot Astral Lamp'" <: !, ,penoa seadiac aa tare*soiacriben wffl De i
44 Wick. ofm.o.
t* a
I copy
'AUt)." f baiu'na ed. Propellers i
.\ be publi bed once a week consecutively for-four t .
f The well earned Lamp Oil Navigation.pebhahed ia book form 4
months some published within this cir Reputation thIs House
Newspaper l. tea serieW of
i Candles, 'I appecred articles
STAGE OFFICE: Sperm pobl WlI
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4 has .from Ye 'toYearia
/ cuit. > a-- tTH03. juired/ij i will, lio.the ; ; Vohaao of the Scir
Adamantine'do. J
it .
Mail Bridier'iCity
the Picolata
OC tf SlfI e. Mrs. DA Via.
DOUGLAS,Judge, lrc..lrc. Proprietress aim.to sustain,, and Tallow dfe the moat complete works the
upon subject eer
; S. .t.el. : -. ::. >' Certified 10 be a true Copy t \ -', \t" for the .liberal patronage heretofore;- she re- Tapers, '- a aDd contains about ninety ..
: i Witness Hand and t1ie8ezUf said .turns her tbants -. .J-." > eagraYing
CHUROHES.III '; my -.1. '/.< s Resin,Oakum .. ,

t Catholic Chic North side Mohnmen rfJtwcu ,:. .. : ,.Court. the 10th i February.'DUMAS 1851 ,\,,.,.. "-. :' The -Table will be.'supp11iawhh; ; choicet Lead.rud eeta TV. V / .
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squa3i. .,, > J .* I GaO p,v/awrs,- A uriiB, r isa-; rructt\Venlson,- es, Chalk,.Whitiflff, : ..2'ePOTFIVTM1IS.
t 1 I Epucopal Church., Sooth i., 'tide.;. Monument iquare.Pretbyterian 'f .*. .y, '* Clni'C. C.JoAai''": .'.;." TthJcevs: and.*Shell Fisb wbic et.tbiS lime low Ochre,Glue.& .', STlI.A8TEIh.
.Church.' On &; .George 'street Fehrttaryl5thrl8Sl.. ; 4mo +.. v.wKRivers and Forests: abound.. Two or : FF Powder,do ia. ( .
iI2derIlined ?
Sau'-hof thesquare. ,.'*' ,*V r. : f .; more, Hunters, !'sportlda exclusively for this assbmd .Fliatsv & ootraauter lt Pleasant Grof|
: .J ;wu the first "
F pezi
:. MeftaiittEpitcvpal Chvrth. s,.*'George street, "': House. ; / Fishing LineJHooks., .

-' '"a>.ar .the Magnolia Hbose.. It" \ ... j .Zf :/' ENGUSHANDAMERICAN; ,:'\ ,e ti,/ Horses, 'Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing TwIne.2'brtIa Twine. S'Wboeoneerved.aadTiadertookei h,die idea of sapprymj all peat offices-
Ib ... f', : Tackles Boats Excursion ? I ,
&C. *
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Jn W stamps
9 : tfamps rude by him .
; coua'i: : l are
TERMS. OF EASTERN CIRCUmQFFLORIDA. :V vJ Very peetfuIlyl Salt: Pipes Velvet, juat or'ape
:__, Ulaay other that caai
J S. iiro UTAH suux ra ; : ; vfc. Sweet
a J'PaoP
* ; -,' late. 'at aha"lIme .
f ,' Ii. .\FRENCHi MERICAN / priee,,aad whenever sly :
1lJt nr. Ttut.3* ; :' ;| '- f"iN '.ft' Plata;P gare4 Cocoa ,la say war defective ,
; % \ 1'I or unsatisfactory,
I for th$ Counties of Orang and St Lode, .at. lleljjlf.on -.iEftMAN .; Mit! r \Aw. Jgpfprletrcss:.-I&lstk "i4aotPro.. Lime J.JJ. shall bo (O udfcl. oa ootiee wu .
the third Tuesday, ApriU v M* -* '. iJllVGS/BQIC1N ,' lIC.usii;;, ; OIsllJ1ehnaata aUaelle4 Jet8ojS nBU>a- All who order a set ef i .'
I; orHhe county ofPptc.am at Pilaika,second Weseoonty EiFLTZ to.t&o; jEloBia'ftfeoald be""elyUatteat tInt Ink asd Wrioaj at TwopoUaronry--fi stamps WIn
,. 'iP7-->V -1 ( ""' ? Ehun, Copjxsiaa >thirty]
4 | and 1tf eal -
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I daO Apri1. : c) ; SAVANNAH fe'parUcuIar obllfftBS* 'r t.." Indigo. be kept,in, stamps adjjbitam. -- 1
of Marion at Ocala, fourth Monday, GAJ v S..tMcJ.'SOU -Post
Forie : : l'. rtewst Grove.,
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t.&i. .IJI -Oriy
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I I "II' / *-' 't atteatipnf i to'repleni itibg!EnpU h": and'.AmerfcfB rB1aC1ijig. with -
For the.Counties of Alachua and Levy, at New.4Aoavillefiltt I 8bJednVCe$1IIcOrd1CVO. ', TIIT. eptIred 1. .- oxea Senders Leather W Together a | l Sf.lit
a Mon%fn May >' ? -1 the Lawp OfE d. ( II.tI -d aata'wa ra El .'! cIokVJEne1abe and scotch Whisker. -
V the Coaty of Columbia, at Alligator...on Uw I AGENT for Messrs:Louden &Co.PbiI!delpMa) j tot JI01W& .tlhoat.deeWying. .1ta softAa- ; W A"B ALE,Cider Porter in Piats sad < -
/or tIa,. a to F JacobTo'.DMDd.' Jfew.York;JHetCTl HaviJandRtfley. tie.q a1itiea:1'i i ''\ : t.; [Perfamtry,, Cutlery, Mdslrn'shery. and Port WInGs C .
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-.- p.cd 'ttc or Nassiu' at Nsuau. HL, t"'D ni'; IT Co./ ap" ; Tibbftt Providennovifi **;"_ JleC'tMnnend"dotHam ses 'guj.lit <,; which will be sold at a "' ,Gin Monengohela Whiskey

- : FIT thC=tf the for'JiMoadyIn Ifa,:. 4:f:- 'f.f '.( \* ., -: At R.__' 1a11.- 'iB.. ; E'CA DR'., tost, / -. ., Llquorl.Cordials. &.., for tale 'i

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