The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00063
 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 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: UF00048575:00063

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< THE' ANCiENT CI IV J {)!; IS llr t'tnUGIVEfto aU 1 ALFRED
? i! NOT3 w 1.uIMvver'of tin ;SloaitionissueJ', 1N'D illS SHILLING. thc yield of the mines exceed that of anv former f was at all times given to her by her husband.

IS U D LI S.U r DV FEKLY: of the UiJ'ri.t Court of the United States for ,Uie" '. period. The wife died ; and"although her
LillIe parents
EVERY .SATURDAY Northern DirLt: of I FJor.'Jai; ; and delivered to me, of Alfred fond! a shilling 'The capitol had been removed to San Jose, I and many other persons .suspected she had .
BY-SYLVESTER MANUCY I''which the following:; i n copy : A-j he came from school one day! : the former seat: ot government. 1 been murdered no communication. was made .
TUB 1'KBjIUBNT. Of TIIR UNITED "Nufiaid lie "I'll have a fortune, The city of San Francisco was progressing!' to the nuthorites. "Soon after tha
ILK ASKCU' IN ADVANCE.fy interment
TWO I'll t ..
'r.\TeS OF 1111 IUCA plant it right aw ty. rapidly. Trade
: was reviving and ajjrjcultu-. tiswife i Psi : J hit ; -
inserted SEVE.NTT : t 1t
will be nt JJm J\t
ADYLatlstrt4rs' T<*lhe Manhal nf the Jttnthctn I rf !:1 .Rt sltecis.. ,,(,.' rliICrtire.v.a t 'Nra s"bet e i h dCt htei' rt: #
' e t Mines I .ojr under., for the ..r ..... .. ""It' d.la'a.t"-ell'+1 !# ",I N?cn.cin n penny'.tJ'-Jlr had found.i;! i' \ -:.d: that' the 'prriducts of the soil, with the except 1 I Hyrejected.br' O "*" the i am w father rt-'bgt., brother Vf M4 UWA, and ClllplOi the- .

'. .. .. a Distri 1 barer > n'tibe fiatfriFtta: : "day been filed in the It tipuM! ) grow ond tear newIf pennies' lion pf grain, for the present year, would I whole of the family* He then carried off
deduction will be ma Jc li-r noti'-ce Ins Court Qithe.lInlteJ States: for the Northern nearly cqullihe wants of the the
1t1t rtJon, A District of Florida I put it in the ground. I people. I girl and.lived with her for some time at a
l.y Philip Frazer, J': 'q. Attorney Considerable,speculation ,,existed distance
regarding from h's
monllas.u residence
icru-J for six and Proctor in tho and Wit-I own but r-turned .
name behalf '
ot the
:.etT 2n\ liarn Petit ant Philip Fontane for on.themselves and "I'll! not t say a word ttfinoiht-r, \ next Senator. with her to his house, and three months only'
fillers For I know she ,The Indians in the northern part of the after the death of his first wife they were mar l
Will be executed un reasonable u-ims. concenu-d against the steam ohjp Pampero woulil! be willing ; State
nuwlyiniial the purl of JQc'sonvilt! in tliU District, I' Hoir.e I'll run and in tho gufdcn! 1\ I, were becoming very troublesome-. ried. Dy this time the rumors of the poisoning

;ART UNION OF PHILADELPHIA, to ftli.-r with lr-r tacky! apparel and furniture, in a 1 I..nt lily 'precious little (hilling, i e of the first wife bad become general and had
eau. c cm!and tw ratine in amid Court, for salvageand Correspondence vfthe Sew York Herald reached the eats of the Procureur of the Re
Incorporated by the f.csUIalurc of wnch| t.d! Libel' propound end chargesin sub- I "Uvery day I'll give it water, \V.uHI GT01'f' Oct. 31, 1851. public, who ordered that the body of.the vie- ,

Pennsylvania. Ojl tancc :.i follows: : And I'll weed it with great care. ; Despatches have been received at the Navy tim should be exhumed and examined.!. This '

FOR. THK: PROMOTION OF THEfIET& F.rM, T'Mt'l't'! sloop Dolp'iin i i. owned by them And I guess, before the winter, Department;; from highly respectable Americans vas immediately done, and traces of arsenic

DItiIUAeltl7'III i sail: I l'hiipJ.! Fontane .and commanded by Laid I It will! many bhillingi bear." : abroad, whhjh" ore calculated somewhatto were found in the stomach and intestines,
OF Wdlhnr IVnt, and I U licensed by the Judge of the j I''' dampen Ihe enthusiasm in be-half Koasuth. with a. portion still adhering to the mouth, !

UNITED STATIC.t !IT.weJ: :1:ate3<< D.t: >trict Court for the Southern Dis-1 I "Then 1,11 buy horse' nnd carriage The despatches will be laid before. Congressby not having been absorbed, owning to' its hating

'- trict-of FloijJi. a wrecker nnl i w manned, pros!. i j And a lU ol. splciidcd toy?, '. the President, at the earliest opportuni- been administered just before-death.

I. OFFICERS.: del mi J furnish!, :and+ express y employed in the :i And I'll jrive n hundred shilling, ty. Everything, in fact indicated that the husband

t HrxtiY H. CAREV. rilet..Lr.u..r D KCI.UT business Uerfoand of raving Jife TJiesiiil and ,property"l about of the Florida To poor lit lo girls and! bU>'Ii.' At the last advices, the Mississippi was at had, for several day, repeated the administration
Key vea< i i. the burthen
Vice President KDWAHD P. MrrcitELL: Treat- "f -' tjna and i* navijati.l by n crew of nine |I Thus deluded litlle Alfred Gibraltar, where she will remain till Kossuth's of the poison, He was arrested, but on

vrrr.V. II. Hrri.tR Rcori"llrTr"rV., men ; hut nineteen men all of whom are representedby Laid full many a splendid plan, pleas. re is knoun as regards his coming to his way to prison effected his escape,and was

HCORUCV.; |)E\VKV, CorreyviidiiigSrc. hbelkuit Pent, were employed in rendering: the As the little coin he planted this country, which is. xce.dinjily dout tful. not heard of for several weeks, during which
-00-- servie herciuaftrr forth. he Pieviuus to cmbarcution at Constantinople time the authorities had been endeavoring to
M hNACEItS : Second! On the Jay of:August A, D. 1t+.1 I, )'our'fillt'Unnt wero grown a man. n correspondence passed bttwcen him and ascertain how Paris could have obtained the

Join Snrtnin, Chnrlc '''''Nmn. JnmM. -WiillncfCliarl Pent in com.nand of the paid sloop wai Div by day he nursed and watched it Commodore: Morgan, in which the latter dis- arsenic. .

"-s Macnlf trr. K. II. honor henry S. rnturI.OH cruizinor; to pave strnn.led persons and<<( property a.1 f Thought& I ol nothing else beside, tincly informed Kos uth that his orders did At length Paris who had been secret g ;

M. l>. Charlrs n. I .1 lnml, Willinm\ p. U-w. hout the Florida llecfs when he discovered the Dill( hi* hopes began to fail him, nut authorize him to let the vessel go to South- himselt in tht woods, went to a shepherd earned .

i.. Jowph I). Strwnrt.M. D.. Edwin t R. ('"P1', j'I Meatner Pampero ashore "on a O'arc' near Cape I For iu s!iIlS ol growth he spied.Vcarjr hampton, wl.ere Kossuth desired :o land, but Jardin with whom he had been on terms of

Fdward P. Mitchrll.\ John R. Hart' A: M., I Florida known a<9 Soldier.Key Rank. He went to the orders were simply to ullonl him a passage close friendship, and told him that ho alone

JuiuPH I... Clnchorn.Every I Ihe asi'tance of the steamer, and was informed i by \ with his hopeless' waiting, to this country. At Marseilles, the ship could save him from destruction. "There is."

her columnndcr he had no fuel and was in I dote Than any child cauld bear, was constantly surrounded by bouts riilU-d' said Paris, "a man named Biasson, who has a t
IWcmbpr. for the Year .S5., I need of aid to >get he vessel ailoataud to. obtain I Little Alfred! told 'his secret I with an excited populace, and the ''authorities quantity of arsenic in his possession. I will V l lgo

Will res-i: '. for irac'i S t'S+ lion of FIVE DOLLIIS, wood as.speedily<< as porsib'e.'I'Itird. To his mother in despair. had to uc all their exertions to prevent a and kill him, and leave an old pistol by his
ofHUXTIXfiTOXM Upon the masters! earnest requet libel- side, to make it that he had committed
a 'print Ian riot. Captain Long entreated Kussuth not to appear
Pent anchored ,the Dolphin near the steamer Never was a kinder mother
'fI.\N.\ AND HER compromise the Unittd States Flag by I suing suicide. I will also leave a paper, in whichhe
( within
a cables \length, and during and throughout: the Uiil when his sad tale she heard
shall that I innocent and
mUJlile toes and exciting the people. But say am that he
day libcllunt with his and aids
Cl11LDREN"j your own crew 'Twas
*o funny, for laughing
little attention ho"c'crai to tho gave! the arsenic to my wife in revenge for '
oj paid request.
S, Lotion, Ly ten men the c'rew'of the schooner Ilrlnnipngo,
I Could I
nut word.This .
;ntrllrtfl ly speak a single
some slight that he had received from her ;
hii (- mM>rt in the' "Iiji-ineh8 of \\'taking. labored to I : in.ikes: no secret of his intentions ;
AND TUB COMPANION, extricate time steamer from the bank, and by great wits worse than all, fur ...lllttdTJiought 1 : being to raise funds nt England and but that remorse conscience having overtaken -

A print 11111l11IIlo'+. .UBRCr.S UTJA.t1.", I I xrition they got it ntlo.tt and safely anchored, ; his sorrow too severe, France for the purpose of attacking Aus- him hu had resolved! to destroy himself.'

Tagrnrrdty:1.11. 1:1 TC111 .. .Vrw rork high! fatir daring! tlu\ succeeding night: : t An.l I in spite of elforf, tria and revolutionizing Europe ; and it was Paris then produced,the draught of the'letter,

the.choice of any iwcmf thf f< lowing Foui.h.: Your hbtllint: Pent with hi* own crew Down his cheek gvery there rolled! a tear. the avowed intention which: induced the French and requested that Jardiu would copy it Or I rim,! the t-ai ( ten sfnmrn of il'C Pcli
Tour Splendid Eat rit% Ii1: l then sail-d in the wloop! Do'j.'iiu,. fur the main: Ian I This his tender mother 'sp'in: Marseilles. He assumes the air of a conquerer Paris to put the letter into the pocket of Bias- .:.,. ,

v ix : 1 on luiy Discnyn: Iiy amt the carnet request )Jof the.at.I I Ki ,sod away before it fv. ; -not of an exile. ., '. son, adding "Suspicion will-thus be diverted'

-1-Jo.w:' )\trox'a TfBmvr WITH MART Qrr.r.s.,.p .. rot+t!'r. aulijirvjAoHt' lies ,day flU'Q'I half! *'\Vhrruto |ilmt: your bright now airilling," The Mississippi will wait at Gibraltar till from me, and in a few days I will give myselfup.

$u\r .. ruin/*! I* fs r"%". "fIln'qr"ll'I."ftr''<< i". th''y rut tn..."4 nnj ubluiif-l! \\'<<10,1. :carrying it' upon ( 5lid she tolmn, "let me tell. l Kossulh is heart from m England. when.il he The. letter of tiusson having been found "
t t1ltrlflll.l ,.gtarcd ih ir lucks to their\ boats an.l trai !r">rtrng it tlience ; I shall .. of be "
2, -.It'.111 AM.U.UX, 'ajntrdby! desires to come hcrei'ie will convey him;'mil if course! immediately
I V rr/"i" tn the Fifiinicr, (about thirty. c..rdaof wood 1\ sulllnnd !, "Henry Brown's two chil.lrenI.ong nut, she will remain at her station Hu will He' requested Jardine 'who i3 a. man of weak

I 3 I.1rn"UnaUt."i'r..' b" llauariagtunE..gsa- :d"UI'I'IIII1I;')' t" entt'lI 11.t' \('''srl! ttP IIWCl.'c.l l tolt't'a I hive wished tu k-arn' to r< aJ., ; only visit this country, however, to raise the intellect, to meet him the next day at a re- .
rrtf I.y hitch:', I l ivach JiicktiouutU' to Nvlncli I: poet your,, hhi-IIaiU i Iul1'r"tuo.l
I) tried
iheir 'lather i isnntaltluTo and
u( him the
,,,, > means bur prosecuting his revolutionaryprojvct : spot, bring letter and a
(,'IItuagton aLa J'diIIftl tg IT; Mir wat"\ de.-tiiu-d\ :) AtuI xv.ili; ili- said '
Y j'ClIJu.TlU.\ un tJl.R procure the books they nerd and not to make'Jt his residence. p'ntol. Jardin promised compliance but sub
LraI bred 6y anruraa.And wool the Mid. hteami-T: did; get unJ r wic an.l : ;
1 I did proce4 l ta ...-a piloted L solely out uf and t.' -r il.e "' '1 he rumens with rrgahl: to Mr. Webster's sequently thought it will to consult a mem-
of the t 1' their if will it
) use spend 1
t you
J a copy ber of his family who
Kopoucr, FloiiJa RI'd, cud dim s-afely! rtach the $l. Ju ids ,II coolness towards the Presic'.cnt! are instantly perceived
, I IiIIadcli'!iii Art Uiuou I Rii'r ;: I Precious s\'ciLyou then may sow, Tue morning uficr his arrival here uUfuundl'd'l the object of Puns.; "Ho does not intend,"

' ;; monthly pamphlet.containiuR\ n -pott\ of the tniiw- Fifth And }'O'1f lihdbll'I alledge; that the+rcra'i- And, ere IIUU1)ionlh arc ended, sacted business ai the department, and the
,1 IClivn.ofthe III.. itation. and iufoTmation on yes nforevaid' entitle them to <'?.ijvase.; that for raid Trust m<-, you will see it grow. the a iy had a lung nterv .v with ):r.I i 1 I. son. It is you whom he intends to murder "' \\

] wihjpct of the rille Arts, service* the hteamcr would base continued ashor !i more. His triends declare that he has, for and, having done! this he will lea\e the let '

: THROUGHOUT TUB \VUOLE"ORLD.. In tin expos-d po.itiou nt a, stormy fChwn' of the Two Week Later from Callfornlu' the present, abandoned his intention of leaving tea in your pocket. He knows that you have '

airi ,m year i.' pril of being, greatly damaged, and that! the [ New YORKNov.. 1-G P. M.-The steamer the cabinet. ; a course which some arsenic by you, ns you use it occasionally .

Thert Union of Philadelphia awards piizw initi steamer crew COlt I.' n-hlier have "xlril.'alt'h'r, Chciokoe has arrived, with Californin! dates months ago he was fearful the stile of his fur diseases ot your sheep, and thinks that alter 1j
with which original\ American from the bank or jubtainedfucl l : And that: without death, with a confession in
own Carli't'nt ; In October 1st. She brings .a Very lirge health would "com! I him lo adopt.Mr.Critenden'snote your your ,
works of Art may brpurchad in any halt of the U. she wood supplied by tlw hlu'llant, the steamer s. number ''of; passengers, and $2,000,000 ingold : to the French government hand of the murder of his wife, a search will

8tat at the opiion and .d lcctioj of iliepriwta who must. have remained povverl\'ss in her then position.!! dust. abjut which so much has been said was be made! and arsenic being found, no doubt
obtain a prize at theAnnual Sixth. The fteamcr was: xtrioated solely b: tic! will be entertained! that ) ou were the murderer
may ftervitv the The country remains quiet and crime is merely a ireteration of the steps which this
the wat perfomaed'upon "
ulloti means" aforesaid ,
Dltrll of Madame Paris.
i seldom heard of that of has with reference
and is within the'jurisdiction of this hon so u feeling security government adopted to
high 1I\1lII. Jardin
\I'h'eh takes, I lace on tie Kitning i tflhc last.week orable Court and praying the customary proce! in 'I pervades the community.Trade suppressing Cuban expeditions, there being I comprehended this diabolical schema j
in I tar. \ arrested i' was comparatively dull the miHers ofa rebuff it termed the nnd feeling sudden and deep resentment against !
Jay every such cases, that bail steamer might and I'I yet no necessity .us was ,
TUB EXECUTIVE ('O nnTTEE OF TilE held\ to answer their said claim for salvage and that were doing better. The full trade was note ol the French government not being at all Pans, went to the Procureur ot ttifc

ART UNION, such falva "I' might upon t4ttt| | hearing therein, decreed i iI looked forward to with confidence. The val- offensive in its tone.It Republic and related the circumstances, adding

woiksof Anwithoutcharg e I to sad lilldla.rttl ft8 equity mi ht dictate : And ue c.f t real estate was improving, and although has been decided by the Postmaster: Gen2rnl I it was be who had furnished arsenic to

Then w r 'uretet.erlect_ r- or conapensa* I --- STREET directing: you to retain in your custody until the a prosperous aspect. entitled to the privilege' will carry a He had! suspected, when he heard of the i

i. FREE OALLBRY.210CHESNUT further order of Cour, the .teamthip Pamperohejr A terrible riot t as occurred at Chagres, IKtwecn letter, 'I&C., free from any United States mail death of Madame Paris that she had been .

t Forthoe perwn.intheeountry. who moy ]live re' tackel 81'I'are1811J furniture! which hath been heretofore I ,the natives and ionic returned Cahfor- steamerto Europe or elsewhere. Tnis reverses poisoned by arsenic, but had refrained from

;, mote from Uallcrie..or public exhibition of ihe seize by you and U now in your custody, and nians. Many persons are said lo have: been tho former practice, which did not recognize stating :hu fact of hit having supplied it Paris'first
. Fine A ft.. directing a monition to issae in thi-i cause to all I franks bv:cause he was his: friend, and, secondly
killed including natives to foreign
: some thirty or forty t any country.
'!, parties or persons intereMejd [a returnable on the first because he feared that ho might get Tutu
and number of the Californians.
$' A lJ be I"d November next.' being! the third: day' of a himself for
{ Sub""irtion" of t r tonrrs'hip Monday ia trouble having given it althougb.with
ufJ \ Returns of the late election show rmjori- CURIOUS CJSK:
,,U' Umb .
.. It early a. practicable\ ., ** At w e" November. 1 no wrung; intention It was arranged
; 1 ties for nil candidates the Democratic '
before on
will\ .
wluc I commanded and
rtrirnmnbewofihe 'U-pirt-r.- Now therefore you are hereby that Jardm should copy the letter and takeit
of the to any part'.! cite, and notify all :State ticket tlf from, 1000 to GOOO vote John Trench
money to Admonish
warded upon the receipt I strictly enjoined [From th- paper ] and a (pistol: to Paris as'the latter bad do.
I I is elected
Hingler, democrat by
+ have
whomsoever having or pretending to
I eonntry. persons attended with extraordinary sired and that some gendarmes on foot should
A case of poisoning -
ofThe for in 1500 Marshall and McCorkle
will receipt cairn whatsoever and majority. are
Secretaries give right title, interest or
Honorary any .. al themselves in the
tried last week standing corn near
circumstance wd : by ;
I't'lUiuanree V bt made to to the said steam ship Pampero. hr tackle apparel( t elected to Congress by heavy majuntiesilaj. --
llIba.crartioclI,or of rendezvous. Jardia took the
Y. /fomi'i lie Court ref A-size of the Aulie. A tanner, the place ,
GEORGE W. DEW. furniture and cargo in the m1lte and manner directed I for Treasurer, leads his ticket,
Corretponding Secretary by Law, and the rules of that, Court, and (by all other Ii having already over 4700 majority over tfurt. named} Paris!' only! thirty-one years of age: was precaution of loading his pistol t and proceeded -
with his wife and to the spot lie there found t Paris, and
Chesnut Street, 1'hitadelphla.s lawful ways and means whatsoever, whereby this Nearly every "county gives u Democratic1 majority charged poisoning ; attempt
210 monition may be made: most' public and notorious, The Legislature is democratic inI ing to commit another murder, in the. hope presented the letter to bun. Paris had no/ ;';

-- to b. and appear before the Judge of the D-tnct both branches. The whole voteolleJ in Ue: tlmt it would lead to the'abandonment of the sooner: gut possession ot it than he drew pistol
If1EEtSUPPLiES.Cif1CI Court of the United .Mates for the Northern District I State, is 45000. Purdy democrat, was elected prosecution which had been commenced against and pulled the trigger, with the intention

f'JnoclllIBS of Florida at the Court House in the City ofSt. I Lieut. Governor, nnd Pierce, Comptroller.Tho him for the m rder of his wife. In of killing Jardin but i it missed tire, and Jardin I

is receiving per scar. Blooming Augustine at 11 o'clock A. M. UponlonJn': ) Oregon papers contain painful accounts 1844, Paris ma'rricd! Antoinette Biasson, the immediately discha.-ged his own pistol at

tl&RR 10 from Baltimore, quantiI the 3d day of Noember*!831. then and there to interpose I ot the Indian d<"predu: Jls.: daughter of a respectable! farmer nt. Siante! Paris. The contents, did not strike Paris, and (

r' I ties of Groceries Provisions, Shell Goods and their claim and to in answer that behalf the premisesand and The vl i1lnce'onuntltee at San Fraaci-co Syre.: The match was opposed by her parents ; lie tied, and was pursued by the gendarme! :*
want an make their allegations to but Paris who was a uui of wh't rose from thOir hiding place on the reportof
lofffr to families and others in opIportumty were endeavoring to prevent tho immigrationof young great personal
r and perform, what to
do and abide Ly, reerhe. He overtaken and secured 1
of purchasing by the package or convicts.Accountsfrom. attractions, so much so inJoid! that he the pistol. wan ,
And whatsoever youriiall'doin
justice shall appertain : I generally' called the coqdu til'age, had so and near him was found his own pistol whichhe
'1 [quantity. ..; the will certify and make return of the southern mines are very', was
). I lihds Ham!!, ? do premises you the fascinated Hits )'oun'orntn that me refusal had thrown away. All thesis tact were"
45 bbls Lard, 40 kegs do 2 the name hereon tCtg'lh'r'uh tlia3llonition&; at .' promising.The and the found Paris; .
Shoulders do Bacon 25 bbls Pork 3 do time and place aforesaid.Vitnes : accounts from the whaling fleet, are of her parents to give their sanction to the m.ir- I (HUH'f s HI,evidence' jury

a' Mackerel 2 do Herrings 5 hlf bbls P. M. Beef, \ !!.the lion. Icaac II. rononJud) e more disastrous than previously received,- riage ntikctcd her Mjverely, and eventuallythey I 'iltYi, but witn! extenuating! cueum.stances,: ,lie sn '
S&O Codec Court at the Court Houscjin theL. i vessels known bo totally lost. relented. The honeymoon WHS of shortduration. I tat: he l had escaped capital punishment.
boxes Soap, 50 do Candles, 25 bgs cf said Fifteen are to .
fur lile
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h condcined to imprioninoat
' |40 tU .ZCC8 Rico, 30 bbls Pilot Bread, 5 boxes [ s.] city of St. Augustine, this 20111 days of Oc.lo''r. A largo quantity of goods taro Mill ollered1ut I raris ueglectclU lira \\0 110 tor other was / :'
|Oro.ng esbdo Lemons!, 5 bbls Lamp Oil, 300 io th* yearoftur Lor\ 1 tIk I auction M Sun Francisco, and holders>how women, and, after the birth of a' child, ',hen, i hard (labor. .

bbl, Flour 50 bales Hay, BOO bushels Corn, (Signed) GR.. FA1RItANh.Clerk great anxiety to realize. Tnirty days papers I ItS a slight physical deformity. had come on from ;i thi-s.; '
be conceived n perfect aversion bur i /;Whit: l was your father ? said an ; :
- BOO do Oats 50 bgs Bran, 10 casks Porter, t tGEo.1V. 8 a 10 per cent discount. i t nursing
. s. 110 baskets Wine, 5 hhd Sugar, 60 kegs Nails, CALL, U. S.JOHN District'{'Attorney.MYttlCK.!\. Accounts from .htor ill state that snow had the \viltand openly paid hU court :to ] imperious Colonel 1 to.a modest looking: Lieutet.-: .,

1100 sacks Salt 10 bbls Crackers, 50 bags Shot, i V. S. Marhal.By \ fallen there to the depth of eight ,inches. Avery anotl er young woman the daughter cf/j' ant j"
r number of a ermitry surgeon; i arced Limberr. It \ ta? |j "Mtobacconist, sir .
Toacco largo arri-
dozen Brooms 10 chests Tea, 5hhd* AUER.- emigrants were
GEO. J believed that, nolwithsandiug the What pity he d'd not make
5 ceroons Tobacco 10 boxes Cider, .D.-puty J/arshal. ving. The Indians on the C lumbifln': (* generally ; a great you
; Octobrr'2th.; 1851 end this I
father to an to connection
efforts of the put 'one. ,
whole unparallelled the
committing outrages
Jr' ale endother and retail.article! in like qunnlltiI I:. E. CARR. *OTICU. 7 the I emigrants. The family of Hudson Clark upon: ..f : it had become tunvnal, even during ;t Possibly, sir ; and now will you allow! mo
i I.:* MONTHS after date shall apply wife ot Paris. : > ,
'he ?
June Illinois, was attacked by a band ot thirty In the life time of to ask you a question
t.: / 28th, 1851 SIX Judge of Probates in and for I, 18 49 the wife became'sudden :, MCertaii what ,, ,
: duns, who murdered hU brothers and moth\ In December, ; 3s it 2' _;,, i l'
* ; the county oft St. (John for Letter of Difhygy* und dangerously wonnded and afterwards ly ill, and a physician was called in but nosupKion *-\,'hat was your father ?*' '
A :TOTICE ia hereby that I ,will six will and testament ravished t'gl'lItlclOn'ir.
4 given the last was at first entertaiu that she had t'i ".\ _
his sister. Mr. liner of West Virginia I
I. b. 'I months after this datf; present to the Judge i5ESSUte of said county, deceased. All Arsons -| Ti remedies ,,acJmia! siered 1 l 1.
VV V had also been attacked his bro!her-in;; been Ie sone?. e I i i \Fell then, all I have to say it's a deuced
bf notified ;
Probates of St. Johns County my accounts as hertby accprdiogly. much'I ,4I
interested therein are therefore were nut of u nature to give he did'n': make f i
killed pity one. J
xectttorofthe Estate of John Le/ingston. late ot JOHN JACKSoN,Executor. law, Jackson, and himself and daughter -: you
I relief and vomitings and other symptoms -I id eoecty deceased for tfttlement and allowance 4 wounded. Two other trains had also been', is } \
. t : April2G. tT-cm.: g the : : of poisoning bv arsenic were maDlf ted The tunte.Uo the righi- md left.f t.
"I. ad I (ball at the Mine time ai k from Mid Judge wrocerlci. attacked, but Indians were repulsed. The ,;
that she bad
.". J'j tits of dismissal from my Executorship of said Choice Lard. Cheese &l18Oltrd'iJl I utmost'excitement prevailed in regard to theseoutrngcf' victim herself felt been
! ,11,4! late i A FINE lot of Butter. Smoked Bee \I poisonrd, and toldher mother that her hui- The saying that there is more jleasura in 1(
:" ,.t" JOSEPH A, STRISCHKA, Executor Cracker. Bam Beef.Bac9n. The quartz mining companies in California 1 band had some while po.vder.;; which she giving than receiving" it supposed to appljr ".

s.- 1 of John LeriDgaton, deceased and ttatL.Fulton Market 1 I, B." b. CARR. baa met with extraordinary success, and feared! had.1 been mixed with. her drink which chiefly to) medicine, kicks !and adric: |* t< tl

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'I liE: ANCIENT CITY. Some Potatoes. nf their ability in that: contingency to procure h word comfort to her lion.anllsco I run in fifteen hour It used to take tho j.|

a speedy pardon. '. er he had any provisions supplied Mm wheth.1 i! igence i sevcnty-rlvi hourt, and wngnnx eleven
., Wrt have hcd exhibited to us a sweet potato, The proper exercise cftlit* pinioning pow- A rr.oorl'u curnm' nt the cnilin of th"* ,. (! is wih: frclgh-BoiU hv fl\'t"rs'.nd canals!

which_ we thii.k will take the lead of anything cr we approve of, but then iifa wide difference Isabel tbnt Mr. Thrasher had IICPII tried :wt; I 1 lioiiveen the ) cities milk the trip in fronv

of that kind that can be got uftel-e- between the IHO and abuse of i i', ant! it i if condemned lu the rnmef' but alh'iuph!! it was' fifty-five to sixty diy-: and fn-z-n up half|

r whero. Its weight is fourteen ami nn huh of the latter which we complain but with oil ; believed that such was the CUt, no nutimritn- I I t the the tnnr* nt that. Nir 'on l.i'1 'cmiL'ht) ai

due ro pert and with nn unkind tcolirits towards i live confirmation of the rumors hud been madeknown. i good de.il l of tht.tprngrc5"he >|lJirit "tlifjijie,1: _
'. :Ai.11 V OF TEDEILAL I RUHTS AiD DEtERluutI pounds-lenght eighteen inches ur.J circumference the present hod! r ot that power in our I I II / I o..t n railway from St. IVtrrktuivh \<> W. r- /:

r.CSlSTAKCE I TO A 12. WHO' OFfOgX THEM. twenty two inches. .It came from the *atr, we cannot but think that if ho would nIy --,i ; atv, 798 mile Inn.* 101 now str.tv tallieJot: .-
_- plantatio of GLT HERNANDEZ, about 20 miles I less upon the expart Mnt'-mcn'R cf the From :t. t'elD uKeans Commercial uldl1. 3 Vhtelatul Uirc.ll.

1\ -1.UGUSTIN E, t\OV&t SER, 16th, 1 btlow-thU! City, and was accompanied by convicted and their counsel and m.'rei tplln; Jtuttee to lioprz t .
the disintcreted stalatemei.ts of the olficcrs I t COXSUfr.X.; .
nisi -
_, Nil M-irluit bonum is n maxim thntcery -
r- opine
i nother .weighing 131-2 puunt'u of Inc Court and the'Jury, that the evil will I C.i.t. J. A. Kelly of .k-vtland. Oh;.,
g':nernu spirit njiprovy.Lje-c( nniJ
City Election. '. i that fourteen pounds nnll! on half in the pavalo complqined ct would be in a great measure tested iiii faith and sinccrty in themi4ts.il- lite' ut the Cuban L:1r'l'Iu, co.'r..di-H thl' .

This Election camo off on Monday libt nud line would rather to ahead (if any thing : voided. i.sfactorv manner I tint: itVIIS possible for. sr"U'IIJ.JtIt co'ritanicil in ..'":I,ul O.i' "U*11 {11.ltcr

resulted in a thorough triumph of thu Deniocrucy. exhibited in flie Crystal palaco and if i iwere it I 'I'hc'IJrnnih Jury' further present that the him. Ha was brave, uiid!, we must believe.honest : .I'tn ItlIt'JHJtJlu9.. II :1ys Iktlr It I. ifllra4
late we should! i ntcr this brace Jail in this county i is in t>ueli a condrionns though weak and uredul'.n N Kei-'.' i uc: wl'h
not too render
4 to it nn unfit rcceitucle| fur uny ono rather tlmn deceiving-"more "inntd a am.si 1 a.id is oily cq'iiUed '.a nii-iur.uiy by tut> III.| _
Tlio vote .stand as follows. / fur the Potato sweepstakes. entitled lj the rights of J.umanity, being'ddmp, than sinning. '' We recollect! n.e story; thit ilacitv! nf flu; man in thin "':f"n"III| ; .; g.)j.,,.

DEM. TICKE'r.VIIIG TlCi KET. The so potato! are wo un.tt u'an.1 frurn the uriwhotfrioitK' ntuHn every re'i|Vct inc:.pnble was current of his mt.'rnpt to buy ftislifubv tify hi t conduct! through the 1icrcin i picv-
Mayor Maor. affording ought likn comfort or even ccurity renniti cfj that he dors not five (Jour mifiM nut \ mvu'
planting .if 1849-this mJy'un.l doutbles* d,x8 making co.uts.: We arc -l.id to \ ;
GeofEt, L. I'hillip3,70Thos. T. Rus.r-ll, 67 and they then fore recommend that a see that this! .stimuli des not real upon th; nor xvis he sirkiit! the tine referred ti.; Ihat| {
\ Aldermen. AWcv men.Jatwrcnti in soma degtee, account fur their extraordinary place of confinement morr in nccord'incewithiho tn-moryot u bruve, man. U'e 11ullli..h. uiihpleasure hi till "u.Hi linur nf th r arrest nf C..J.:

Andreu"O' Francis liridier 66 size, but it nt IliQ_ same Itmo cstdl'lishes u Ji tilcsof'fiuinnniU flnd character the following Ict-er froin the D.ltn: CrittcnJ'Jti ural! his I'jirty.: nml ivu, .vent j".lf

... J. Quincy 'G6 B. E. Cnrr, fact, which if before known has not been of n Christian community bo provided fir HAVATA, Sept' 17, 1S5I.L I.I I. I by .ihciii r.ihl pmitivJlv rifii id to s e hcn.
Paul ArnlU. 731'.hornal Andreu 68 -uch occasional offenders us no society iswholly I J. 011- tfnr sriiru Ili-it tht.'y.s
maria if any practiced upon-namelr-that S.Gtilt-D Sir: I havo the hoi.: .r nt 1'rc"II'f.aan.llh.t I
E. J. I'dl'cls, 7l t'rlatobol Bravo, 61 exempt from. addressing these few lines tu by the Amcri/rui, *. r n-si,. a rid K:.::i-Ih! 'ri.izwr
the potato, may with safety be left in the In conclusion the Grand Jury tender to his you request
of the unfortunate Doi: N. Lopez executed, in 's dent t in J.l'iIlFi'II.fI>tifvt.Vthi.us whenever
ground' all winter by giving them jn their Hon Judge Douglass their respectful ani arm tijs ci'} onthii first of this OIonlI-1& nqu- ; called UMI. I U. nvu-rtMn lh.it thi! l'rbtJucr j

Grand, Jury ihP/esejjlment. ., beds ivfler the; vines havo cc-iscd :arm*ing; .a thanks for tis able nnd impressive charge, which he made to mu its his l.rolncr-in-i.iw hut been 'tri -d IbMiid. guilt niiit C Iii :l.mul'd
wlich( not instructive
was only highly to them
We publish this week' the General Presentment slight; fall covering ot. dirt--which I t"inf'f hut: replete wi-hsountfirMruct )n to ullnI'tYhulaumu I and bin; testamentary' .eeutor.I wus |JII rfnitied i- a f.ils'-h; ; (; !. '

of thu' Grand Jury. tit this County. moved ut the opening of spring new vimare ) aJmonition to iho unwary nnd in -ments 10 bi'tbm cunler! h.s with:: dt'ntii.him,an-l in ,prfsSh he charg'n trw dmo ( VV'tifrii ri tsi4tiL14..tCi.4i.4;lu 'i>r h"ti tlr lncomrade jwj'! i t 11I'r In,' _,. 1-

It. will bo noticed, that it deals somewhnt nt once put furh and thus nn early supply of discreet. in n tnu>t particular m'"wru tnin.mrto '!':d tliej a>I saitl I tit;it tiiuCoa u! h.id not

strongly uith hi* Excellency the Governor lips is furnistll'tl to!) that we may have sum They also len-Ier: to tho. Solcitnr! thpir you his last adi.. lUllS ,.!' .>c...1 t.) si-e th: "ni. I He uf!.'. > .s'-u :lie S1rnrJ, i
thanks for tLC :'c ., ,
for six weeks two nvuly nn. rICIU manner In his aifcctioi and attttud-- .., everuti:, l h v /ImoriCii'nu'rcluint; :It II.I! )<
no alleged misuse nnd abuse of the pardoning mer Potatoes for use some or it arm / < r \ rCuu.a'ir
which when culled upon hcaxvardcd to them !lr.(). 1 ';u.d .., .
kindness and at vic.s lo'him.II t b \ cc, III.I.ill' II' )itt .'_ Jil. .
ur t.
(powerWo hare no doubt Irom what months earlirs than can bo oMaine.l! by the his counsel and aid-and tli-j congratulati* 't did .
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tmit Jiwe.mnen nnt lis ,.
also un.l ; >i\r r"c( ;; ( t
: rtq'icvcd me tinned it
> in i several
we jhnve learnt from various quarters that tho usual roir-: of waiting to derive slips from I ilicmsettcs and the ellmmUII tl't lllhc .:t1ieiiit > \\.t 11 1".' .t.. h PI-.r.: t.t ... tit \If.- ,.:_ ,.
I tutu ( 1U -& II.a iej.t; !i .a'f' c< ) t<;;.ii I # .
Governor has dcult! the c&ecutivo) clt uf ho rent tuul inifciiepnd"Mt manner: ill 'hlcf h.? '....t,1,J .: '. : .,
out men- thu planting : cut year.It >houid iis.v t on as '1. I b-t r'.r: or. .. c ; a- \t \1. I.t ; .r _
j *clpirueil hUllu,uriuus'auJ important duties : .J.: ,.." If J1' ,'. I.J!:' ru.. ., ,
cy to tho, injury of public justice.Vo oppfove little nrgmri' to demonstrate trunk of papers, |lit< of, i t-- \v." .- I"" -
requires 11 v. '
genera i. U. .f h' '! Ib..,
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ttilii i lit
very much that portion of the Con. that hero tiw seed hai bin during the winter GEO. ;ENTF .?, Pi.re.nmi.YCVAXCIO 'rou, in my p'':IoI:-.>i ;.. *tJ : t MI. I I., '.; L ,;'1' 'ii9 .;. lnl: .; t"tH.t
destroyuol" .iirfate t' ...i: "-'i} e. i: J > ... Ift .r-
r creators remark on this subject, relative to .season in a stnte fnservath'. of the germinating S.1CHEZ. Stcrctar. Isi.tiM: ot a ctuirict r ii i...ll'|Id hI"' i. -.,. I I.'' :: ;:. t.c.n i.I1; nt II II V 'i ( 1It:1: -lit':
the ease with which petitions for pardon are L,1'l : f'. ...tt ,: r:1, '..' .: '
(imnciplr, as well :a* p-omotiveof i la-il..t n' y i* iso. num. C it.t i ":. Ih.-'I': en't .It.It'fl'II -
got up nnJ signed in almost any community.Wo its Ol'l ion 'tie actual visible: cxhibitior. [from 'he Charltton'COflrier..] pruz... .1" n : :. n .:I..r "'::11" 1l'IJJ tie :tl'I" ; l'll ..
ready ; -
should commence a reformat h.me nmf of life in forth shooting plant, must beinuclt LATE FROM HAVANA.Th I I. t hcrv: sri., entreat; you to afT.t m ? n.iie i.I,..;::1 ,1r'. ,, .III .bi'.LiI t C.r'i:tlfull %
a tacit ll ,.l 1' < the tasl Lt.e.1I wara gje: giet iL'tCf.'hZii. f..11'.1I1I K.
: "
only important item of ututclli.cii.-, exetuli ; ui:u s u. -Mir -
take from the Executive, the palliation of more speedily tmuiitHt, than can be the brought by the Jsalml is thnt nf" > ring to the lOIJlIHIJ",. ItI.'uJ, hllll .1. .".' 'ur',. tiai ..1 I 'u "t' r I t'I' n If\,1 I.un, lit s't: hiusit, ...,rr.1., :, "If'
public sentiment evidenced by I ctition.. from diffe. tnt treatment if the ri'I I 1 if ',.* \'I'1II1" frl..uJ.i ill lilt hInted .o.t''i 011: ;
en*(', where; a case ot Mr. Thraslur, late editor of the :p.lil. .cc } oato m lorm m:; \nu a: u > II -
Tint: portion of the; presentment? relative to seed, that principle has been. far I usp ndrl. il h journal the Faro Iu Justrialthe putliiatu p .xed !.. accede to hH ..1t1Ht.in'\\IIj-h c.i-e rei used 1 '

.our Highways: small Nudges! is well worthy us to require the u ulicatton nf me ins (neecessunly sat.which it will be recollected was su pentjftl 1 will -end } iu a pvrv.n c'IIlllldvilia thepto- EtrR.\m.\: Livtc. _-"O 10 c ,)., irdT 'un.
(attention For the last two the I b, order of the C.i puLl ii Gcifrnl. l pt?r powers. who will execute m vuur j rcsence til .'-lIU: .t 11.> oe.i.i itiliy tf-t II tr.f," :..uft
years ; o'.tcn.ied by dt-lay, in opention : A corre"|!0iidenl iiitonn us that Mr. 'i'kurai.: tne.tiestruci.oii; of tiuu. (pii:trs reserving; : Huh '.I..r.ltJltcitlL'I'.I.t: "' i.r o..y .... .I.a ,,'I.J -

Bridge across Pelliccr's Creek has been suffered J I for the restoration ol a healthful vitality. er's paper was \'olhi.Ic'rt| n Creole urgnn, ni.d s.ion us mere lu> son and h-ir, nov n: :din. sei-s slit way I.' vvUxh thi? .1l',1{C Inc a..J.lj.

to remain impassable requiring a cir- i I __ to be in opposition to the Spanish journal; thi m Geneva. .Indresj.." We Ib.m"II', there waa JIIIJI

nut of three or four miles'by. a t nerous Presentment of the Grand Jury of Jliario de la Marina, the editors ot Inch tIle In his Inst mrimcntx,At h-n h.- wn. ."tuIIUVi'Ja' ; deal ut truili: in wn.it $tit- old gentleman suJ

nr.d Circuitous road add if r some months past !i geihr with u clique ofold Spaninrds, were his: conlessor, u i.l! ruiai cluing to ihe. j.I.iee of ii.ius-'s at from live hundred l-> n ShunsuiJ

Duruina BriJgn has t been unsafn. Our cir i. St. Johns County- consequently his enemies and had inlluence t-xctitmn, he reiuitud agi'in tu this subject entreating dollars rent: bruc..ic4 at itux't ilotl.iri yit'J; .
j enough, utter the execution of Lopez, to procure the good priest to remind me ut his b.xiuets ut twenty; :Iud "J awl s, clunks, &c., &, "
irons ,evince mutt culpable! apathy in rt.j: Tho GianJ Jury empanelled nnd sworn in the )si'pensmn ot his pip.r, which: wus "l hes upon this point.I fruiii 1 riftefii d.illar* up are tIJoJu h tii ciul!jr- -frm

tion to these matters, und it is discreditable and for the Count y ol St. J t.r.s ; dte-nitn done about the tiist of ,Sep ember last. Thin I avail mvM-lf of this opportunity to uu l,' any community w..ioh indulges in suciiuxiruvigunoc .

our City and County that its thl.ro'uv.hfuff:1 duty in closing their labors ,for the f re:enl was ', !oliiminasmuch us the demand for my grateful thunks with those of tlie deceased : us exiuii iwu U'I. Aincnc.ini .
f bin had cased lot lncnit-.l-.ip und service and do. Fur it ia not tIt families .
yj'Jr only nf *
the notice 01 paper met ho laigcly us to inluce remain rt at.zed
rh'u'clbe! r.trrrnilted to remain in such a ((,pfl.ditiQfl. : termof the Court, to present to ; "
him to import u new pies (ruin New wealth, whu I touM i.tniti it, tb.it[ >|,',i4rnxiu'v
., i .I their-fe'.low citizc'in certain subjects and facts, York, and to incur other heavy expenses to Your obedient ant humble .servant in thu way, but t.huvu.. .. rr jc! U. :';.

1 j.Ii i which they Cannot contcaipluto WithoUt re- bring o.tt tits issue in proper style-all of LOUN r DE POZOS DULCE3. ,boring tit uitkuu luriune and wiiujy liiu _.::

'gn-i and disapprobuto mid which they which labor; und e:pcnsVn ,of course lost. -- chtuieesofIradruny tail to tins de trI l.li- ..-. ; '; .'

American: Art-Union. I. think worthy ol tie irnnu-di ate attention of the He, hoiirver, retained the hope thnt the Captain MEMOitl Of' WP z. suit after tilt. Everybody "III",-C wishes( is. 'r>
: The AMCRICAX ART-UJI.R, in its promises and (JriH-iul would soon allow him to resume NarcUu L.ojtczj'whu los: hi' IUd so ignominiously live, now-a-d-iys n* it ready rich. TIK- "lwivtttitnd
I lollow-
: eUII.munl1)-nruJ amonj: them are the at H ivui.i, was orn ot
for 183 his piibi.e.iiioii and, utlhft t mean line, devotedliimvlfio wealthy d.iugiitrs of UK-H, UIIIh.U" t""
,performances ; seems to be fenpinu I II :i log : ihe bad Mate of a portion of thn2u.dn the alieviution ot the uff''nngs of ,'Irl'nls, m Vn..ld 1... in. 179J He was Jhe thousand ;i year, dre>a us richly iuarlv Iii 1

:the harvest outs pruvious.( successes, in ,en. in the County ; tur while it is not to l.e dtfr.i--d those of his fellow-cuuntrvnvn who were only' MOO ut t his pan nt% thai grew to manhood.thu.iKh those ol inf n worth jl le>) or twenty ibuuii ,,-

I Urged resources nnd! consequent advantages I that soiwuf; thu ,c indispeiiMble channels ol& then alx'ut sailing to ,Spam as |p oota.er. But he has a number1 ot sisters.: His lather Tho } (JJflJ, ID', bl'igi whunt Mitr. p 'rei"i .

to $Sul.ktriler. Jit. \\orks r.f Art for distribution ) conditionuac th'-au very nets nt ktn next intercommunication, are in nsgoo1 Ajumards dvi-med pirates, nmdehini nll moreobr.nxions' bianch of tvnicn >u V.I: l TIJI i, in thiittenur, curava"II.ull -
December the
ns appears by I I n be expected; or i. pr.icti ublf, other-: tu his i-u :-mies, an I i i-ke\tiv at- \\ tts pl.iceJ! under th 7 ciii.-: L'i Nar.is. at '\l.H i; >Vr Alp :iri<. ." _

HuJlttin *how a stftidy nil vat ice in numberin have be,'n *o inexcusably neglected that they triicie'j: ; th:) i'l.; i.tio-i: 01 hc (iov) ;'indent tf. ;an only a e. Dutiii.. U Iruu ies s. l81vuiiiig -., I The fOUY ul inn( is ujiparrui. T.. : sum.I

tho collections! cf previous years, and in ore next to imius inle und uvlcss; nnd tuiicI :'ItLials 'otvard liitn '", ,ti-:.;-:. ... .it-cm, dill I Jkl..Z\ M'III! ih; -| >[ war! |i.,.ny I I :hll'i Itwishel p, Kir iii.1.'\I s.i'nv.uuit: n.,itljefrctiinu
merit nlm: < if MR may judgu by the New.York | : I. 'UII: havini; b .j ".". c'"i"i[ i tlu: exj but .i..f i war.-, cnttstfil in t e :|Nunish limit, ; i tiie nnji nor improve iuc health.

r papers.. 'Tim! best An Ms i.ro represented in |I by \uluable und itttfroMing pnit o our ::: } u.tii.n, l.allItI! ; ."j Cujld it'*' t!< n.i'tc.y lortuu- iurn-d in it- tuv.,r. and at t-.e'mil, oftiu I They grn.II.60611), und that is all. J'.y tba

'jCoun'.rv hri-ndi'M-.I e M'jjtialy n.icco'"i t.lt'. |!i :ilci-iaiid ill i1..t pi* f.ia.t, \.' y li!I_- 'e-i.i> c. 1 -- I\ll Wit he wj : ui.4uu ,a t'o'ollt'l111':1.. I prici; of iVSC economy IIUMI :;iihliegmight
;jit. und in *nn at their best kr. Th.. list I ..
wor I The Grand Jury pretend r.ot to say whro I Ii'ii hud & \ist' 1 J. Troi} !j.v tls rvforf! \v ; : 0'1 '3 V' ; .I. -I I'r t ut- ;Sj'.inisi! i.i tun-, cntittir I thciu-H-lve tu ucu luxuries .

;i of 2.9orks, already unnnunced, includesnew the fault lies. they Minply bl-ite the i xistcnce I' ordered tu \\.&ih
nnJ favorite productions (.f DCRAVDLZUTZE :litter wVre s.I.U ,.1 and t'\'III' d at ..cjio I.c'uh.\\! .It.u '11:11'.1: .11..1 ...u.rllhrn I \3t repreiteui.thk. It i.icre uru two iuu, eur.11f'
of the! : evil and urgent I v reco-nnvn-l asp .: ,, .. .. .
.1..iIIII'! tUcratr&t !
HISCILET MM. fipircin MOUNT >t nfficf hut t- :.t :a. injr-y! u: r-* t"t .t' l'O. "11. .1. making; a clear two thunsiuid n jcur, ur.don, .
: -cdy correction ot'it. Ano'hc: subject lor LuouJ's- :1. lhan..s ;r.n tnj ..eiaiite.aid, ; ;...111.1: ; D.. .w ; 1..' :r-r t : 'ii)uble.sJ..4 I I lays by a thousand at intureM t. w'uile the other
CHAFAIAB, WoeDiaLt CHURCH, KourxcR doxuvx deprrcatinn Is the tou pr-.valent ractlt ot fV.i isd.l I the Itli"u1.lrol hu i.d i >uccr&et!, Ining I to::. I"! : t .1 t'li ::" I :<:,,';6.. -I, i U1* bus.- spc.id> his eatiix iiTcotnj tim urt wit out

KEMJ-T, HICKS, RA f l"\UDU.OX. PKELB, slaves and other f1I' ro.r,' being ullowid to :; to crimiiiale h:.u c",.:.l tie elicited from I! ,:,,ts. Uu. jo: 1 ,1,' I it. .\ ..I. g 'h'flit. &uq J.md a fbrimu? III sixteen yearj, suultient.to

.and. others' well known to tho country., and thegreat I their coiit nt.'. ''. e (police! \\4-re then form- t I %vas it .ti c. 'I "' td 1" unitis: vj.driini an incomoequii to nu auctu_
identified with its reputation in the Arts. ;jOthter hold, joss* ion of nod uo lire arm*- that his priVa'C corresp; .iid'TC'* came lo mm I ckiitt f, Gt'nt,'11 I V..U.. ut ',t .. .n',1 M vcr.a I IIll jtbinvJ t jeiiss while the other will be at

and cryi'ig wrong ot such practice is by the -steamers. Coiiiuq.jentl/ -n ;ti.Oe'tr : i-t. n.lle ;, .r: 'o' ;. lit' w., !hJllure.1 itla poor as when he started in lite. And so ufI

I work to be added to ,Jho list will, doubt too manifes to require comment to cit ebliit1 ,it .r ived 'rum New Orl aiis two pol'ce : ..v rai ..mpultllI''tllfi c'I > by :I Qu'-..o, a.nt larger stuns! In fine, any nwn, by living ottI
less make i it at least equal. In number, and .I I rL.dlViU m'lde G.\'t'n: .. A(. I
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: that wrong-u.e jirohiuitory legislative v,uucrmnt eitti. cr-*. :i.lllt'd I:: '!I -'s-rd in c .Z-M'S apparel tit JLLiI ( halt"of what I liu anna ill) makes be It more ofle
turpn** i in interest the collections of thomo;: strinJelll'ond I .lowed! 1 him mi hoard and p'Tceivcd linn re- "r.vaids ": scnatur froml"'U' h. 1 is s.iid i .,s can, Let"re he is tony acquire etlouj(11
proPptwousyeIra of the Insti'ut Ion. on the sut jeet, are kutficiently ..'jyC and 'J1lk'k"a letter handed him b> the ( to hue, m.& tiH'coiut, on of Co ba i is --. e>jal' j j and havu it iiivcstetf in goixi seruntic* la

ple natr. faithfully& inriied out-but Clerk of tin t.oat. T..e officers followed him j study, au.; tu \.jist.Mt//t ,ill. l.Ult;.u tC.I; I live lot the rest of his lute .llIlhu s>> ie ia :
The certain return to each Member will': be a sentiment'does 'to le : tiui from tile Cot ": induced, him to r'-Igill: .
public not stem properly to tin' shore, nnd on his landing arrested him i which he has been liviug all aiv '"Ir. :. hut
series of I Lint Engratingi, in, thu highest alite to the magnitude of hee\il-und to and took him ><> the bureau ot the Ct.iet ol l'.- I h.s otlicu ind n;' urn to ''he islur ;. There hehoiduiid >vd-JK! UIILV".tl pruv&ul..t k'r-IVJgaflce, ,

.style n1 the art-all the subjects of which it "what is bo- lice, but nothing uu, fnuiiil upon ,.im exceptthe return '" Ihl' Isill' t. Ti.ert ne held I e\ P 'I ua e%t.og1uC.-
use a homely saying every I
will be seen, characteristic American subject letter We liuve already alluded to, which \ seu-rul posts uul-r tV! C..,,:tII.. n;i.u V.'i- P'. d.tf/l MutUlm.x 'T '
; dys business, is no body's businor feel was merely one on purely' pri vall' JIJ..iut' d"Z. FUialr.he undertook u e ic-n'umg of _ .

various, and apparently (,gnat interest., ing of neighborly kindness prevent menfrom i( He was; however, detained umltr Su' ,eI'Jr.tl", nil nil! u1IImlt C >|pp'r| IIMH- in-tc; ji Hie Ittry. I. \hrr ,iau
i'hcsoaremI.A largo line engraving by JOKES violations of law rI sleeping at the police bureau, unit ukmg ''.rttU-.'rll, tvhiMv hrf is 81.1 t-Illa\c. emliluYtl| .
i bringing these an important ;,. f he', ,:,:. t:1: .:1' :. : I" ,lIJ\to.: .
WCCPVILLK'S celebrated Mxxi- his time m iii>'iltig liberal "" mtu 'I
after pointing notice of the constituted auihoritie.s and his meals at thc different hOld, always accompanied {p '
I I" the '
CAM NEWS, representing a listening to by n police officer. the mitidtl :iue j' 'p'nic.: tsvj! ". .t'. .-4I ". .. .- ,11
another the danperous 0 t'
I 0"
I thus from one cause or This state of nfftirs In.sted tw threda th"ught'l'r: thi.t, >. is> r 'tff n icvi i.>?* .
t or I. i r. .' -
i'n. :
ol orcof! tho banks r-f late : a I.
an account the I f : '
I practice is permitted tu abide. The Grand s, when ail at ui' n k.ti,'r.i. ;is pr Ji.o- riuj .' U""I S-i < ; 'I T t.. r rI .. : ;' ...' I .. ,.'j".
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-), Mexican War ; 2. MARION CBOSMITG THE PEOKE Jury earnestly hope and commend to their ed, whicu, w is sai-i to have 'en found v .a.. '1 1cII i n n. ivtif'! .v ClOj/ '!lV...,, n, 'I. .* .'o ,'j\> :..IS1'OI: tM': -J 'l-.JtLU. .' '...' i...l..* I, 'hi

by KAXXEY; 3. M<'XJKT WASHIKOTO rr-Mf THE folio wci'.iZ'Jiis! mire iivitu: vigilance and I !. nn(l duected to Mr. Tnrnslie.-! th dsk I i ito.\d. :: ..1111. k.1 .! 'i. i.1 ,1".J.. ."! i ....::..i;It t '>:'. o'.K u.*> n-0' n. ni to u Uk> O<
VALLEY KEKSKTT AMERICAN in his utfil"t, ana fiithi;.. li there was no t. i I (,%!:. )'. 'It ol\ 11.I; : 1' :I"\ .
' or COSWAT, by ; 4. in this subject of.dig. ; I'u ....' liver in u. 410 si." >ui clucks. -r wd
action this eglrll.oro C..iU .. '. .. a'1-. in Ati:u> ,: loui
mark it : onthing to indicate where it \ ,'
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HARVESTING SCENSRT, by CuopsET ; 6. OLD 76 g't4. a t- e :.ut. to tae r ve.r.-
sent : The GranJ J'iry' feel thiemelvescalL.t j I caino.from it was alh..d thnt it hud been : n:1W; L..JtJ I.i Ouin, al 8 a.: ff'JtJII' ;.t k- I... 1)1"1 ... it.; ; : ,;,' M"

AID YOUNG 4'JVOO )"ZLLI ; 6. BARGAPUXOTOR ed upon to notice thu very liberal use of the ;; ought by the Georgia. It was I It'.U handed h'II\\'tr.! ,.c. ,l.i i.l- .t n"t'.j ij' ':'1 I'll. ,._.. .',_1);; 1' :: ." 'i,. ..,.) l"J tcr'a..r 'v'h J.I.. -
A HORSE, by ldU 'T. to Mr. 'lbrnher to which 'ho did in IfoJIO and dUd binidfit, ar lij; u.- 'tu.: ii If.I'i ; ,. .. :
pirdonitigpawerwhich ha* been I'I opeir( .' :H. t'i r*'. h.: b H fi x l'fli' 1 ; 10
the otiicers und his fl1oUfltftIfl., was II.ken on ihv U7: .a n! A..1,1 11'.. j !
Each Member after recehretheSneietYs of to u ternstonishment .
subscribing, of crimes and presence :. .! fl ;.ad"vni W&uJ ob.trv'' Ih
convicted :
fine behaif persons I discovered that it wns written in On th 1st Sc-pteinU-r, 1351 a. hu sutll-red i.o.Icn'iminious I I !rUn' ; A" h .IUrirdaidWOIM .tot ini $ .,
Dllldill n 4rt-Journal of origir.al
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misdemeanor within the Eastern-District during i heat ooce protected 'is total igno, dt'- :i d :Lii .garutle nt 11-iva-. i, iCIiu '
Criticism Biography History News Sic. cypher. !<. .ui cad out witii u.vcfyo Ilrg bUf :
of its contents and from whence it na.Li&er1oo Times
: the last year or two. rancu : mots in his IIUlb. flu Ofit lHcrt'ulci ipi -
j' lie., relating to tlie Arts illustrated by en could possibly have env'inutcd. But his! de. vcty silently sank himself; and thfilkiepin

graTings steel I, wood stone, etchings, &c,. Tho facility with which pardons and remis > ninl was of no avail, and ho was immcdi tely THE GREAT RUSSIAN RAILWAY.-The Greal ( the mo>s ut.ovc thu water, him*;!U cut )

Tho Bulletin has always taken a. huh rani sions of finish,i vj been obtained by offendersin 1 placed in solitary! confinement in the prison I Rnl' nay fr >m :t. Petersburg! to Mi-sc iW. recently cuated d itt floated unio..g the geese. SuddeolT

periodicals the Fine this district! forms n just cause of complaint : where he remained until Saturday the 25:h pencil, i* m nearly, i Mrai ht line, one of them..s drown under the water and CJIt .,-
with the public among on on the part of our citizens who are deposed to I ult., when ho was removed to the Puuta Fort, nUll 4"'ii miles in I length. Tie track ai double ', tux S.MJU appeared on the shuru with the got
Atl We hail it monthly as one ofur mos'I and the la\vsntid and them placed in a dungeon ; which! our of 5feel gUnge, and some of the bridges are on h's h.tc-k. HIb'cn.Jed the b>inlc and toiL

interestipg r riodicnI8. No o'her :institution' 0 I livo peaceably obey though j corresponded has been intormt-d by those elevated above the water from 125 ti. 175 f-.t. [ a h ii-: tunic hy :** i aim up of a.tret nit. '
\\0' do not by any means impute corrupt or knew tne well, is an excavation in The bridges: are t'f wood, on Ho t's principle;
the kind: publishes a journal of equal resource;I I who ph.ce hcle he I'h.arcd; piuceJ In tne goos ", :mJ CO ,
unw irihy m.)tivM to tao pardoning officer the rock on a level'with the sen, always net and were built by Mr R. O. William, nf erud .t witn great cnrt% &iri.wing' len vsit ofCt I

and claims. yeJ MP feel constrained to fay,'hit this course below, and damp above 011 d.nnly a Connecticut. Mnjor U histler, of the Bovon -Tne tux then l lt.:; rin.f while be ./

These valuable returns to Members can b.< relation to pardons has tendu J to weaken small round hole to. admit the lilCht.. J'n this and Albany Railroad' lIt to Ru<*in in 1843 gone the hunter uuuuri,:d tao a ovst, cud -

ensured only by the combination of a largi: m oflonders i loathsome den the only furniture is board i! and was engineer of the work until his death ttie hole and resolved: to await the "\'.
Subscribers and efficient busincsorganization. : re.:p'' et fir the Laws to encourage I with two elects on the enjs. which serves asa |, Then Maj. Urown of the New York and Kiiof i "In about half hour the f;) rcturue.l .ilk. i .
number and' to ii.( rE no otreicr: and is such as in bed at nigh and in this day a* a seat to f. road became engineer in chief and finished thei I another in company. They went diretci/W. .

Indeed, if we did not knov pur opinion merits ,jhe decided disapprobntionot keep the r feet from the wet and shmu of the t i Kiissmn mid.Ijift entire cost 1 is stated ni $25- the place where the goose nad been bur ef" >

wh.it the Institution has done-what promise:' t'.e people generally. Wo have no good bottom. No ono was allowed to vi>it him, 000000. The locomotives, have also the stamp ;and threw out the earth. 'rhe gOO coos '

it has made and kept-wo should think i iincredibio I tobolicvo nor do we think that the and Mr. Owen states that he applied fur per. t ot American emu?. They were twit: b,- not bo found They stood r"J'nrdiDg _
that so small nn investment coulj,I reason I ims.'ioi, but received as a reply from the Cap. Harris n. Winans anti Eastwick, from draw. other for some time whci suddenly tae ss. !
such criminal I* ws have been ever General, that he should be admitted as soon us ings,b yJ/ajor %%'hi.tIeuuitt nr-jiutside cylinder i! cond fox attacked the utner most t'uriou.iy,1) : .
t.emaileto.jeld! extraordinary return. with undue riuor or severity in this district ; any one. reverse, engines, an-1 are intended for. burning ,, if nlf nded bbth'; trick ut" hit trieaJ. Dc-

Largu ns their list of Subscribers j is,, at thi and though tnere! ron,' have been some. few ;, On tho day prior to the departure: ( the 1s- wi od. Tney are 162 in number? of whicn ring the ham he' shut mem both." '

end of ili tt year we wonder that it .is not, mucl I solitary l"1t't' M which pardon or remission abel, our correspondent SlaW the mother of 1 42 are for pns-.cnsers and 120 for freight Tuo .

C'r. ,i.f H tine might be proper or judicious, Mr. Thrasher in tenr nt the office of Mr. 'jnoisenger cars are built upon the American, : The Ctiaa Resolution in t a;furra l.-TS .

Jar Secretary for this plnce CEO. R. KM far a* wo have heard wenr conMraln- Ex Consul Oweji endenvoriri* to get some information -,,( plain and rc 56 feet long und 9}. broad. I[ accounts brought irom California by &,
The yet majority of the respcctiiifr her son. She wished i Tne two imperial carriatjesTIru very Tnagnircent :- w1
b l(\'e that n large pur- ; to Cherokee stale that the first of the Cuban
-! yAIKLuEQ., will kooii 51',1,1 on a list o V. I'tt to ami rettiUw: '. wn.ch. hatll't:n granted learn from Mr. Owen if she could! see the Cap- bein
Subscribers' and wiL.seive) an? informatioi t donq this tti-.trict huw be< n totally un uni! ed And turn-General. Unanswered no, hut uggi' 'tfilthaf fret high ntid supported( | on 16 wheels on the I i excitement. Large numbers were prepnaI I'I
. # which nv y b6 desired in relation to tho Intitution. 'fl.ld! tt. ,enbodeuia! the v.-mu* ,in their the Jii''jTf: would givn her ml 'rt.r'ti s'e Jl..iie i principle.( Tacse c..iriu"t"' have paci.1 I I I to set out for Cuba with a view to join $
wickedfourse, bv l Ip1.iu.i hem to believe him. ThH pim.ilin .of 3Ir. Ouen ,seenw ous apartments, furui ;.:" fur the [ Col.! W. Siie.iute of the PnciricStu,ntenJaU' -

.. i _ _ that a narilon for any offenee may be riinily says our corrt''pr'.nileRi, strange, when it is und Empress separately in the improved and depart for Cuba at an early day. There vsil
j : it" n conviction should render the t\\ll known that he could have taken her inIn luxurious manner. They are fitted up with Filibuster meeting at Socrameoto on the SSi.
; / "fut-to; ; *i"!! B rosy chucked girl and fiairrnjtb ii npi'lication procured fur one necessary. And it is not moment to,the CaptailP General./to whom i t beds, and a kitchen car is attached with larder which was largely attended,an j frwleoti*

',ntr CM wM Venitian red, und sbCA <, anoncnnmifn tl.ing .now, tlmt ;.crsons boast [ merely wished to state her desire to speak wine cellar, ice house &c. The road is to b* isam maniftstid.ft" V ,

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wrong In our judiicnl trials, nnd in Ihe motive, ,I 1 1i. : \ Administrator Sale. Tax Calli'dof's Sa! '. L.svic if ANflREV.
allowance ot t I: ; -'" I By virtue of arr order made by the Hun y virtue of the power vtMvd ir. me If >w 1 LJ-'PLlt ,
that influence our juries ia tho ,i. I'robnte CUrl John B I t '"D"k, .
of St. count,
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: expose sale beu>re tie Cou.t -*-
:he pica, insanity.* tts tin i-xctue for Ihe com I the 13fh! ijny of/Juno ISM I, in the mutter tif door in the city of :-St. Ao'uatine nn the tim .)!on- CO..NEOFCHARTTE Sf. AND 1'Jt.Al"r.V L.t.I ': '
initial: uf crimes. The ncqnuiil of 3IrgarctJ j jiurrntv .... W() 't.p V
!\ Hit Entnte; J.j-k Fi'r.j411r deceased, I fhnllofJ day of May next the MWinj d--w-ilxrd t>""?- I. 'j,
In New and Almirn Ben rely \9j cbrin ., ..
( Jersey, .,T fnrcnleat (public jule HI front of I he J erty or so mach thereof will pay ihe :Mate: ar.d : : 'i.. 'o'1.\ .
i'i lihode Kl'iiid, nro instances in '()iIIt. :;'o I !' (''tlrt HCHJSM ;jii, the (citv i.f tft. Auirustinc orll I county taxes and the necessary expenses: due'\hereon find... : 4.IIUlIU"o! ..MUUC5I '
luwftstul\ Inn ho pl"a Uen, lint: D.IVH, who r' for the 1651 .e .. ,J
Monday UicSili tiny u: JJflUtIJ )" next nt Un' year to wit : .
murdered hit sitter, Mr. Vuti \Vncitner., m-ar \L. IIsuGIIIIIIrs/clf Oie lot of land wiiniu UV limits of the cty of \ ; .' :
iT *;ile the follow-in' drt>nl <*drchl \I-: : '. .1.L. ; .,
lJoinnn: to Ml up Ihn .ntn .ple.i. T.ti4 princi. 'I .estate/of said Estate of J. Forrtver d. St. Angustine bounded on the North by Lot .f \1( ..,. .. .. I
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to be, thy m' 1,1ctII.CI&rI1 x : ,ce.vc.l!, itf \,:ft : I.U|] that certain Housu nnd i i\' 1 ..cQ ; ..
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the evidence of insanity. In th: ; AXlell and Jl\ d Pojaud. East by Maria! i nncheJ' [ : :V..d I.
i-trunucr I I lot of said situated the Fut bije! :
:i:, on '.' t._ -.vii.urr. ar._ ,.1 ,,. ,.,
Wand girl of .f.iuttcuii: murdered ; 'j' CItrI6ttu"tre creek and wen by Kev. II xtelt's Lot and marsh "I' \ ? ;
Rhode cnse.u '
'Jf ( bounded E.tst by :Mr. AUo. dun l !
\ of the St. Sebastian in dating tetms : Tn?: rj -- -d ij .. ;
was.tin..1 ot creek said lot returned :11
rlu* wag '
lier infaiil, brother because of I I U vn.iIof, Nurth by property belong in*;. to 1S.-.1 by Michael Usina aDd asfrssedto William II.Shadgcit. communication with rhr Firs: !k,..- :'., iht. *..,. i:t
tikin: care of linn, ati'! tho very extent 1, ., H<;irM rff GtirnriiiwIv.irez, West by Ch.-ir- line in New Yorkiiwi; ; nare the ..:trait.;;!, ic-.:cstc. o f

Ibo i'rlme determined the jury in thrirjdecision I II I Julio ,SI trecIand South' by Lot of E. C. Hu Unos4! Taxes *nJ expens are p.iil: before &'.1e Fashions fron tHai City emificm! E'-rcpe '
(f irh1II )'. Crimo \'i i I $.on be too romtnon .I ,' i.v. I., ihf'r.' day of gale. N. B. Cutting 1:21 repairing ,Uncor. the 2 sort! tnotiCt"

inuii'j: un if no putiMuncnt follow lis'coimni1-; j, ,:vr..'ASCIO SANCHEZ, Administrator. K. B. CANO\M, hf'fitTunJ cx-off. .

tnl. \Vu suppose thi< r.ipjjr.g; medium.! Almiiu St. A,, uoClin'.', r;ijy. 8. )851 1 T.i.x Assuror: nnd Collectore! I Nov. 9. 1&10.
will ,be nliotud to (' -f hyrfjuriliml I -
U4i1Zy cnn.tnunicutiotwilhout, b'jing I bin i. '1I 1\\ \ r, Adsnhia1iratijj'I3 i;\ Nct\' /, IS51 j jTai -.. Otico is hereby ;given tat I v,Kl: ...s wni.3 tj
J I j' I.I' I. : Y virtue of nn order rrmdc by ihe II-.n *. ter dale pp'y to th.- Ju.'ge cf I'robsre: cf S:
ilucd by Jhticc'rc.tncr.. I I ;Ji'robnti? Judge (ift.JtsIiiis count on :he I : Collectors SaIe.ff Johns county. for lettm of AJmininratiun, c!! tonb L
t 1l1l.1/lIrJ Couranl. H /,13 ih} day of Juno in the ) c.t or.:.: thousand! y virtue cf the power vested in me by law I non. on the Estate of Se 'a'tian E p.-no ,J I has cf
--- --.- --' f; 'fin'nl hundred and Miv i w, in the matter of : eball!: expose for vale before the Court House ; said coanty. deccasad. MAURICIO &.4N:-HEZ. !
New System (I( Sieimming.Wo see i i' stutrd L J 7 : ho application! of Vennn Saiichcz AdminMraturnfiho door in the city of St. Augustine: on the first2onday SLAUgUII1nc.cpt. 6, 1851, Nu36 }
M. 'DIIdunln, of February: next, the! following eserbedproperty I
that IIU u n<'ni< iM Freneliinin: : \ Hstato of S.amp10nViHinms |, ,
t.c 'uH' "n'>w *yfeni oluimming or BO much thereof as will pay the State Notice.
Laftiitumcd, hilt .t ." iccii and th due
walking ni ilie \v icr4iowewrdetp. J : itid ( County taxes necessary expenses i A 11 having claim d !-
fIr .slIU.on.lIinmt! for thy oflubt persons any or mIDI
payment i
The llrst trxpcrinit-nt ivns rrrunlly: m de v'H'I : H I't ". I hall I offer nt public, tfiiln j ii front of I! thereon 550( acres for the of 3d year rate 1851 land, to being wit : part of a donation ..L.1.agninsi the Estate of Francis Pa.-s Jrceaseit,

j on Ihe Seine, in Hit'! |uci-cnce tit'it \i, t conc i\\ <'"lilt C"-Irl Houto III tin* city of St. .Augustine orriginaliy to Jose Papy being section 38 vf as creditors, heirs.distributees, legatees or ojherwj-f.

:{,urM- (If pert 1 Itf inclu.linsia.. number oli' 'nt-, '.'-,>I n :Mond-ty the 5ih day of J-inuary: next, the I private survey township 7. s4uIh.range 28 east, as '' are'within hereby two notified to from pntwnt the them date to hereof the subscriber .

tic mill IIK-IU What il l.o invention roiis i.-:1Ii t! '.(following: cll'ribe.1 prei/uV< 10 wit : That I red to
" of i i" tlot bt .ir lj., Lut ,,'x pefju, |Jiovid'dvith : I I I. ': I;; c..lnllJII"lIse ana. L tt of suH Estate situato: Pico la u Road about fourteen miles iroia Si. Au v- j -: PFKKHEIRA... wtdmioietraior.August .
J JIIIUPI'l into? tl>c w.it, i' \ I tint West sid't H rir.1 tine. f'
the nppurtuH \L ,, JM: of "njiitil Client in the j jid 16 1851 No 3Tfl1anmar1sgh
from "et''r.I b-min, hull h-, \'sti;: NIIIIK" up III! ;';,. A'I Mitinu, bjundcd on the E'ist by H ipital -. Uuleia Taxes end expenses are paid before the -- '. ..

tt.e :suck; nnnmed: there 'It n>tiii'h the I ; I bll C"I.olI the North by premise!* formerlyt'Ann day of rile.R. Barley. Flax &-eJ. Arr. -.

,i.j't t r,tin! WJ-HISW.!(MI In tl.h! jolure, a : '".1 i,. '.' I !Itobcrtsui), m the \\Vsl by F.ipy's II. CANOVA, Shf-riff and cx-off. JL Rot Tapioca Cocoa: Chccko'ate! Uquon;'rJugube -, .

l.lk:l! :Mf \\ "ii'- an J II lumpier wa" pnss.'d 'in Ih! l.i it mid, Sii'.ith: by Honor1 Lot. T-tx Assessor utd Collector, .. :. c. Paste. Rice Gin!? r. Spires, (ground), frr-'i _,

naict t, \\lu) drunk! n I 1t.lIIII,1 thenhanJidi \ -j :". r1 VB.VAXiia.Sl.Y 7/EZ, Admi.uisimlor.St. ?:\ 1, 1851. Mustard Clyio! .lC Pepper. Currie. fresh SaliuM... .'
1 11:111.1| ('igti rig, mid Ii.ul\ LI I i .. ;' at retail by .
Tle UK n AUU lil Nuv8
()II. MX i :I; .. (!. 1851 ''
\1 .. Tax Collectors: !.
\ Sale. n. E. CARK.August .
wnlk li.t..t% *. fl.(' lit.t r, vih ns much l'i'IO( d&$ .. : -
if l.ad b cn till 'tevra (irma. IIH Mud '' '.. ', \ FQRWAI1D&; TOWLE\ Br:: virtue of the power vested in me by Liw 16, 1851. .,
/ tl-cy \ : : shall txpj.-e fur fII! before the Court House -
b'I" i -
IIPfixd !
tliat: lwp.l1."sc, of, ,unit i.ir1 'tolinidc .' : I I. t door tin he of St I ia I all ..,
; city Augustine on the firat Jlon- J JOTICE lereby given, to per.-o !
: mid l<'a'l, \t!lii'' 'h "rtow! amih; {fIlm u! &Jwith : \ ATTORNEYS. AT LAW AND SOLICITORS
: I ; ( day of May next the following described proper. 1/i having claims! against the E taic of JStej1 i
litcm IOM.I-C..I a diowninj man \\IJIIIU.t! \' : 0 t- t IN C11.N'E1tY.1rkaLth1" enyor eo much thereof as will pay the State and Arnau deceased: cither as creditors! !legatftK .

the fcligli'-'fct lisk to himseU'.1.! :\,._ j 4 r'., '' County tnxcs anlthe! necessary expenses due thereon distributees of taiJ Estate; that the lame mu>: < ti

\ ._- .' I "j.I .; : for the year 1851. to wit: presented within two years from this! dauror: ih y
h A man: of n hunJrnl potnuU weight baprniMllvifuur < 1 II J 1 45S nres3Jr3le lanJ in Twelve mile Swamp I will btty law foiever afterwards barred. '

poundu ol br.nn. dn nx oflioin i 1i FLu R I D'A.VM. N W from the city of St. Augustine, being in PAUL Alt AU. .\Jmiu !tralO:.

cij.Mit,; to Him !hundred p unds uii;:ht; ha. "l \ \ A. FORWARD | b'lMON TOWLE.Lae .I township:;! C. r-nge: 2J: south and east, being part of St .%uzustine31it: May 1851 I
ihe liunnin b.-d Inndsut D LCiuch.: rttarned J H M
tut fltll' jx.und.! \Ve .'ulI(11.IU of St. Augustine, East. Florida. I -; .
1:n h.i uliuilnl. fJri.uinu bina, v,z', f.iirtrcii }: I' '' j ji' I Executor, and assessed to D L Clinch. Bears,! Dean Ct *! "

jmhc. .brlillllIrl- m the utlier (lnrli"flhe j .!. TO HIREo1x Unless taxes. and exp ,. !
Inn an.1 IIl'l'kM xt-I"1 ia the aims 'I' I Ij day of sale. that th* citizens of Florida will ship me in > -

11(1 l.sind-v' at ndMxlv in the legi iind Iw!.- j t. '. ,.: _. !: Q, eighteen ABLE to BODIED thirty fire NEGRO eara of MEN from alio R D CANOVA, Sheriff and ex.ofT.Tu ,; Tl1nnah.the Oil at One IXllar per gallo.i! he Gre '- I i
1. > .ag?. Assessor and Collector '
s i c. : !
in Stone Jan rur" ch I 1
be g'oJ v.
Tho bune of ihu l hu'iinn, I'Oily nrivo; tip j th I two excellent! CARPENTERS, and oaf BLACK Nov 1. 1851. : _must__ tC'..put. _up-._" .- ..""..,1 TI.. ....:'1..2. ...".". .,
lull man has paT uiliy ccnia .JII jiuuuu. t uc QUI1V IUU-%
of II' weightA grown
third put : t SMITH.further I --__-_--_ 0.- or I will most positively reject them. I 1* >' .
10 iwmh-llvo. puuuds ol Mud, ..., narttciildrii. Bnnlir!, tn -J..1& collector7 sale. pure '
(r.m twenty -- r--"--'-'-9 -rr' -- j. of both the articles and con.-iJer :. oJ
which IHIM! :* from ci !hJcou t-. Lveniy times' ': D .. U. G. MAY.t. By virtue of the powr vested m ms by law I large quantities of it. Send free. .
i ; Auzuitine Oct. 25th. 1351. shall for, sale before the Court House i lelra goodjudge any quantity
the ln.-art in one hour. r' ., expose
through : : gallon to ten gallon at a tim or more it p> ;iblt-
1 of St. the first :
\ : I KOTICtt.STEAMER in the city Augustine on Monday oft j jMay W. HUMPHREYS.Wholesale .
A GOOD JOKE. 'j'I I I next, the following described:: property or so Dfug,ut,Savannah, G... .
is I much thereof as will pay th State and County taxes I j
The Ailnnn (Michigan) Expositor res I and the due thereon for the NOT 16 Iv .
necessary expense
[>oniblo: lc.r'lhu fotbiwm :- I '', i I ..' .. ..:-- year 1851. to wit. Irish and Kc* tfU' ISCOTCH YIiishtv. '
." tall kUt'n eyed oiunMyin-tn, !stepped &11 \ ''. 307 ecresSJ rate land being in section 38.'own. ALK.< Mer.Ponerm Pi'itrd: Ullllfl-.

thu i/ourl-i'o'itn ut .Detroit, ttio other dny, du '_' 1 I\ r11E : MAGNOLIA will from 7. range 27, bounded on all sides by lands of Jas. ,, slurry. an.LI Port 'ViD'F"i':
\ I :
ring thu pnigiusiioftha r"ihotal! tri ,I. Sep- -;, 1 i J. anSI after this date- arrive at Picolita every Riz. and oa: the West by the River St Johns beingin Brandy Holland Gin MonungohHn' \Vm.-kty.eya. ,r .

;ping up to n spectator( hu r< qumkd that the V '"" I Il Kridny" afternoon between 2 and 4 o'clock. ....Yt.l 5t Johns County, assessed to G N Gillett a non teJ Wines, t..iqaors.ColrJinlo.c.: ., for -'II 1 '

prinooer.- might be pointed out to him. The' I I 'icolata evry caiuiday morning at 10 l-2rcl\ resident. Feb9 I' i' '.' RRI 1

in'"n he IUCUih.'J benii; somewhat of a wttjr, ; \ for iavnnnah via Black Creek. Unless! taxes and expenses are paid before die day \

j). ialrd towards the j .rv. The /' 'liow/ wanned I' rota'sag' to :--nrannah 8S 00 UI-C .:._..... TO POgT;? AST :t,<. .

ihe twelvu with hit iiit>'resting even "when 1 1L tad at proportionate rate* to all other points on the R. B. CAXOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. POST OFi'H'Ji ?*TA.W1' .

Kttiftfiod with tho KcrunitK lit tur.ied to his;: ; route. and alas low rates a* any other Bout. Tax Asfuflaor' unJ Collector, s. j. c. iii:. unJersi ned. Pojfnwer -.* leai".n' : GroAlleghany /.*

nfunnsr nnd wbi"Jtt."d. 'well iliey, uro a tr, : RKTUR.NLNGLeaves : Nov I. 1851.. T <*o. Mirylnn i i. was tii
) *>k* they uu,:)h: M j'. to State: P.istn.: c'c.'rJ'uuc i i : J'. 3fc.'EL TY. Captain. virtue Tax of Collector th- vested* in ma by hw I to publish the idea of nppyiaa! : all post' oScs' w J
i:. I Oct 11.1851.AlAYOlt3 y power cheap stamp All siamps made by him are v. r
tit'! \1\\01\ /, sill! for aab biore the Court Houseia
expose to othtr that can '
ranted equal: or superior any i
--., -. :" \ OFFICE !Yr ofStL'Sth AugUliD ihe city of St. \uutine: oa the first Monday of procured at the Fame price, and whenevnny r .

Nut Ylrlotii but Pla, "1. .- I.: 3 October! J lf,51 S I :May next, the fullowins; desribed property or so sent out in any way defective or unsatisfactory, r' -
: OTIC is hereby G.v. That an EleC'ion much thereof will the tale ant1 taxes
houu Mr. N n. : pay shall be forwarded on no:ke. with' :
ols ).ur ttcrfoctly gentle, Trol- : will be hl iat .. fcuoni thereon for the plicate
,I :' : \ > th C'omeil. in the City and the necessary expenses due year charge. AH! who order set of stamp?. wrucisz..: t
terT : i iI. of =-1. AuguMin1, on .Vondnjr the' lOih day of No- 1&51.to wit :
Two Dollar! only for ) .
at -( pieces--
t "Perfectly jjeniie! $ir : IIV\ only fault hoi : I. 1 i. I vcmbiT next f.ra Maorand four Aldernun for the 9>)0) acre 3d rats Ian being in section 3-1. private rot OATts be in libitum. .
hall kept stamp
111&. (fot-U that be a fl"lh-i" n \rl'fu'wb.- "...f'I 1 en.JUeine terra ofone year. The Poll wit; !t b: Cpened surveys township 5, South range 2G. east and Address "Post ..Vaster Pluasnt, Grove Alleghi.' .:$

it.of cxtendiiig\ thu hinder houJs nuw and] ,, .' ; "t 9 oM"'ck. \. M an I closv* ai 5 o'clock under section 33 township 5 south nnge 27 cast.. being I C.. *ld"
then." I IBy I IIt ,j the direction' of;\1 till fl. ChnrV's Haajer CojanmlJ.ir rut of th'iVj r Switzerland: tract, lying about 28

extnndlnK his hinder hoofs,' you donil t '. : \ f-'\Uct'r and .\ndreaj r: i'j. miles fron St Augustine, in'1St Johns county eaid: -

nieani kicking I h-.r"*." l I .! 1 E. D. GOULD. Mayer. and was returned in 184! by D R Dunham Agentof l1un2..a&: SUPPI IE'i.
call it Mr. Green ] John L Cngle, and nwessed to John L Kngle.
"Some people : kicding, ; Tax Collectors Male GROCEK3E8
slight reaction of the ,1'\$ \ .'. Unless! tUt and are paid befors the day CHOICE \
but it it i only o sutis. ,1f -. expenses '
of the vetted in law I i is rei-pjvinp sctir. /Jloon"
dU-case rather than vice.". \t Jf"4' B' virtu- power me by of sale. CIAHR per r
clel'-ft a i .r 1 I rzpose for nale before the Court House R. B. ,' %SO VA, S.ritman'1! rx-off. 10 lnys! from Baltimore! on:; -
Exit Green, whittling : cloorli the ciiyofSt Accus-ine on the first Monday tie of Groceries, Provisions Shell Goods, *. 0
Assessor and
x Collector, s J c.
of .M.iy next, the following described rropeny off'-r to titnilies and others in want annortunity .
An old maid: speaking of ma rria:c,-a} s thnt'] I j \1 '1" ; or so much thereof as will pay: the State and county Nnv 1, 1851.Tax ot purchasing by the. packngr .

it if like nny o,her diseM: --whi'o: Ih rc'lJ lire ... I. 1, taxes and the nsressary expenses due thereon for the Collectors Male. quantity. -

'there's tope. Spunky to the lact. i iAnrdhor 1 : : 11 I year A lot 851 of*laid to in wit the: city' of St. Augustine/ bown virtue of ih-! power vested in me by law I 45 bbU tanl. 40 kegs .In. 2 bhds H.unr "
By \
\ Shoulders J di Caeon, 25 bIts Pork 3
down east who Borvd four dnvs]1 \' \\1 j dd I : on the east by Dragoon or- Spanish *ilr.ei find hall exptse for sale before the 'ourt Housen .
do 5 hit libls F. M. !:
i iH 2 H'-rrings
F the city of St. the first of Maekercl.
AuguMinit on Monday
on a jury, unys he's tit) full ol tt.t' .:tw that t.' i Iota of G Poraar and A Masters on the Vest by .
Miy th. described 50 boxes Soup, SOd" Caiidlfj, 25 bai Cot- !
Tolomato ''street on the outh by lot of Joseph nut. following .property or so .
it is hurd lokeep horn cheating. hurnebody. \, lL 1 -' ,Andieu, deceased on the North by an nIUy, ad! lot much thereof as will yay the State and County taxes .aU heIdi; Ria't' 30: bbls l Pi"'l" t Hreud. 5 b.. ; t

Among Ibo curK Kitie* on vxhibitiun nt the '. '' ,. ;, was orriginally owned by the late George Bartlett and the necessary expense1 due thereon fur the ()rnnf's.: 5110 lx>inniH, 5 hbls Limp Oil, : \ :

Troy museum is a pink of potatoec, all of \ ': deceased, and assessed to G. R. Fairbanks contain jreir l 51.to wit: bbls Flour,50 bales H'iy, 8t>0 hu!lIJf'I14 C.

them cru"t4- )"ed tag in all two acres more or, leu 300 ccros 3.1 rate hind assessed' to Nicolas fan 200diOits 50 bus; Bran, 10 c'iloks i or-

\ f Untes axes end expenses are paid before the ch-z being section 25 of private surveys townthip 10 baskets Wine, 5 hhd' Sujjiir, 50 I k"jr* Xa
Which ran travel Iho fa..ta..l-hl'111 or coldl 4. suh of 29 East being in St. John.. County .
I day of range 100 sacks Salt, 10 bbls Cracker b \\p* si ,
why neat. 'ant I CANOVA Sheriff ex-bff. .I:.! rJtI'n Brooms, 10 hcsri TuiS; M< >
--.' : Tax Assessor and Collector, .. j. c. Estnte ofETJcnkes.tnle bsiceo, 6 ceftx ,Tobacco, 10 !lwf Cid I 1I
11110: ol th:, Tliormomotcr.ni'iM "HM I" \t j I Nov 1.1851. _un. taxes__ and__ n.rxtensea.: are_- maid__ before_ __ the__ I I and other articles in like quuntiiu', I' wh .
day of ...Ie.R. .
sale and retail. C. E. "ARR.
(J Tax Collectors stale
ITS Nov. 1851. B CANOVA, Sheriff and ex- ff.
.'A. : y virtue of the power vetted in me by law, I Tax Assessor and Collector, .. :. c. June, :23i;, 1851, \I

..... K"pt.. .' --III .Ifo- .llirr.irks,--, --. -,.. St.. .A'urtint.: -.--. -] --. irit T J, 1LJtNJ1. -1-I: B shall expose for tale before the Court House NOT 1 1851. -
un ,= -- door in the city of St. Aupu.nine r-n the first 1I..nday is hereby ..,.-.n. t.nt I -
;- DATE.: s'" ElsE 9 A. N. 3 r. M. 9 r. )t. \ JII\S'I'ER'S I4tLE'BY of February next the following described proper. -- NOTICE 'h! late : pre*cnt to the 'u,l ..,

I virtue nf, the dricretnl orders or1 the ty or BO much thereof as will pay the State sad Tax Collectors Sale. of Probat'-s 'I r' .s C ;/ -'v A"- .
I 6" l"i J '78 '7"I I District j Court ..llhe United $Inlell'; for County taxes and the necessary expenses due thereonfor BY virtue of the power \'tJ\l..d in me by taw..hall I xceatnr of the Estate of Jcun LaM : I
I 2 '69 83 M6 72 District of Florida made: in n the year 1851 to wit : expose JOt sale before the Court Hou, cf .tfl"->J .. tf !'f'IUemt"II.... -, '

. 3 L8 6S 7:1: 9 the Northern pending in said court, wherein 300 acres 3d rate land being 37 private surveys in the city of Augustine, on tht first Monday of and I t..31l *i the Mi"* .'.., -n k .irduL aaH J. !.... j.
- I 47 5 69 52 certain cause 01'cre township 8 south range 28 east lying on Colson February nut the following described propertyso 'or -ttrs of dismUaal :li >" -{-' '" -.
:;. b 0&5 ti1 75 56 Anatoile_ V. Kinslty et Complain-( creek in St. Johns County. ...uled to E M. Wan rpuchthereofa, will pay the rotate anj Coun ty Estate, I .. ..
John S. Sarrimts .
, Wood and ..
anti and Oliver tsxeaand the neceuaryexpense. due thereon fur tysni be JOSEPH A"T t..f 1 > ,,; f
CS b) 2 65 5i \ I shall offer at pullic snleon ton. 1 ", -.... ,.". .. f
welt Defentlnnts; Unless taxes and UptUf. are paid before the : I651to wit : ci -t-. ;.- t': :
[)/i :i7 53 '
/ 60
7 :
: '
" MondiV M>BiJ3J day of De'cmbernex1be.' day of a1e.R. 245 acres more or less grantedto Edward Aeht))11. April 1211!. 1651- ,

8 4Y 66 '63 ti5 tween Ibo usuil; hours ofsnlc in front of the I!. C.NOVtSheriffnnd ex.off. and assessed to the paid Edward Athlon being 14!c. '-_. --.-: i

9 66' '68 71 65 Cmirt Houie in the city of St. Augnstine, ,the Tax 4&sesor and Collector, I. :. c. lion, 39 and 40 private surveS. township 6 IcU t :- ...-. .

10 68 '71 '1:1 G9. Incl.of land known as Forresters point on:the Nov. 1, if51 range 28 east. "IIS't if u ," :; -I !,..;,i'i .
i.- II 'b'9; '76 7. 72 East gidtfofihe' 51. Ji hn-. River a feN mile: Unless taxes and expenses are paid before i:he SIXIO.r.iti.' Jiii 1 f ot p't'd l' ::11."_ :1., ,
32 71 75 i75 7:1: below I'alutka, in township 9, range 37, con* Tax Collector's Sale. day of aat of St Jo.i.s! for Letters cf -'err'J* "
13 '71 '76 7i3 '71 less and : virtue of the power vested in me by Law 1 I R. B. CANOVA. Sheriff and ez.offTax the county ;
six hundred aeres more or ,'toll J LL,.
taming of the lust t '' aai wata: :::rtit :
'I 61 '78 71 '73 B.y for sale before the Cbnrt House Assessor and Collector .. :. c,, F.xecurar
: shall "
. which sni'l Innd was granted by tho ,SpanjihGuverement expose iFiVB.VS.late of!& ,:, U '70 71; to one Thomas do Aguilaron the door n the city (J( St. Augustine on the first MOD Nov, I, 1851. interested tjjeieia are ht'rby nol'd cr'iegy.: .

--- dl Jure lin the scar rightceen liun- diy of February next the_ following! described property JOHN JACKaON.&esuuir.:
4th day
1[ iiicaEThiit'.'. drd and seventeen nod which is now :the : or so taxes uuch and thereof the necessary as will py expenses the State due thereon and. ADAMS &\ CD'S Apri'SC.-: t7-gro.- _____ ____ .1-M _
THIS COMMODIOUS: ESTABLISHMENT property (It* the Estate of the said Ccdrge for the 1851 to wit: Cnoicc I ro
, (/ opt'Dt'dtbo.e ilnirou of amum rat-ni Kindle dO'n mll. One lot of year Land out side the City Gate formerly A FINE lot of Butter Lard Cheese, asscieJi.

I) can Lave every rfportuniiy; rult-a and regulation Terms OM? third cnh Ih" balance to be se. belonging to FraticU Gmova n. deceased and %. Crackers. llama Bacca, FiIi, Smoked: Band ( l

iuch.aito please. Attached i. an Oyster raloon C'urc..J1'. the Bond nnd Mortgage orthcPurch \ : now supposed to belong to the Heirs of the said Fulton Market Beef. -' .

4 and tating Houee which will be sati.factoiily tup- :r upon the premises pat able in one,, : Francis Genova sr. deceased. containing 3 13 I et retail. J. F.. CARR

, plied from day today "uh the Game of the ueaton. two or three years with int,'r,'st.. acres more or I Us, and bounded on the North by \ Fish npplil'a. :

Hour cf emuM-Dient.GenUrnit-nand Ladie will be GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, : Lot of John Pomjr. deceased on the South by Lot YORK .
l'. .rom 9 to 12 A. M. and 2 to 5 P. M.-Theintcrmr- S : Master In Chancery. of the late Joseph Hernandez deceased, on the NEW JUST received p .-r schr. Mary Ann from
II diate 110lra'Dd fur nc1u i\'t'I,. I to Jacksonville 190 the folKmiin: arti-le. viz
trcning* centlemcn AugustineJNov. 8, 1851. | East by the public road leading and
'. Nov154.I S.MlUvND\. ,I St. on the West ,by the marsh of the St. Sebastian ItE\V OltLEA.. Crackers Butter, l.nrd, Hain-t. BicotTCr.ccsc

.... -pLoiiD:4'IovsIrIoaRENT. 'Rinr.laid lot U assessed to Aotonia Genova. EXPaESS.CTICES : Potatoes, OuioDs Teas, Sugars, Flour Rice

,., Unless taxes and expenses are paid before tht day _- i Coffee, Brans, Spices So )p. Z7rof'in<, Hay, '
TIR ABOVE wi-H) known Hotclin 1 I ofsale. i : Corn Oats, Brand!, Pu.-;,-r, Ah! % Uraudy.

.J ii the City of 'l AuKustine, being in per- \ R. B.: CANOVA. Sheriff and ex-oT.: I j 18 & 19 \Vall at. w-York. Wine, Orange Lemon Cocuanuttf <41ntf>nds, '

", ''i'ct order, is for rent for OIHJ or morevear.s Tax Assessor and Collector, I. i. c. 16:39, Main st.. Hartford, Ct. Rtusins, TanvirimJji.. &". B.L 'JiRR. \

4.I without Ihe furniture.A. Nov I, 8.51. ,1 I haven Cr. 1iins I-ard..
with or I 56 State i l., New old Virginiu BuiH'v, ,
I I Iii H. COLE. Choice !4a>r!', Ac. Baltimore, Baltimore.FennHylvaniu lot Virginia llama do ,J.., do shoulders! ,',

: J. ne 14th. 1851. ? Brandy licllani Gin.Monongaheta 162: Av., \Vlllhin lon. Choice\ Fulton mark?,1 H*tf .d r do Dried Beefdo i (
\ Old
.... -- U&TCtCElViiL; = ).-.-Onions, !ral li FoiatoejPpda hkkt'y.lriih and Scotch do. Ale and Por-i Fourteenth St., Richmond!, *" do Mew! Beef, dod,j Iater.Jod' Leaf LarJ. .AI'| | '
HOONER SPLENDID 8 days from New J- : Crackera Lamp Oil Soap TobaccoRic t I *'r, 'ChucpoeneViDt', 4/a Vira. do. Sherry do. I i I I 7 Washindton st., Bit. peu' i, CStbbsges OnioN, UIO"" rackii .,loiid- 4 -
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,h. 'Y.irk. UG &ryels,! Hhd., 50 U'ItIIOO; Boxes, Bteon Butler Ltrd, Starch, &OC 1 f'f'I 1'etl.dn Congress Water, Cordial 11 E.Claret Wine 13 Camp at., New O.leans. Oralll-"i. Dmd Fnits- ;. 4" '
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a ...Iluslnew* Director}. tJ ,,Fut the county of VuuIit JILCUl) Vuluuble ..slalltltUc"Vlld,: Lauds --1'1':! !i -" - !

v :11.t tnolia Hotel. On St. George Sucet, nurih iDf fourth Monday of May. Ac.tn East Florida. I|r | }' I II :d.; Icnobcrt Bar 'I'. r

Ul" Public Sqaare sad one door north of the ,Meth-'j ''For the County of St. John's, at St.\mc.ou"the\\ T bc undersigned as Agent for the reepcctive pro-1 I I:l'I'u (( i ITOKXEY: cf.fOfHVfi//

'I ,1 t Church. l I'! on tiie second Mon Jay! in June. prietors: offers for sale the following lands,to '', abkur1 I" A'I' 14.! 'V.
/"!t'V-. ITome. On \1'-tth I t I JACJ'JO VII.LE! E. FLA
Treasury Lane : ;: ; FALL TEEM. wit : That well known and extremely valuable Plant. f the I, I .
,\ of\\| I iForthexoimtiesofOrangeand St. Lucie, Tuesday t tation, called the Bulow Plantation at tW head of )land I I llton!( racrice in the Courts of the Eastern; Ci.cui'
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; ., w before the firs' Monday No\ember. Halifax River, formerly occupied and planted by the,( iLl" I I "--'' county Middle Circuit in h"nt011'Court
', '. '.: j For the founty'of Putnam, at Pilalka, the f-ccond late John J. Bulow with a force of 300 hand?, suitable I J I "lough a counties o* the Southern linen. III' !

I 'r J, I' Mrert ".tJ:1'reaa:: Tuetday.befure the first Monday of November for both Sugar and Cotton, and advantageously! located j 1 ''. ) at 'l'aliahasire'and ttae I.'hitl'.t

: ..- i'w.. a'ill.1fe, annexed u> the j I : For the county of St. John's. on the first: Monday navigable waters. It lies upon the coasl'about'forty T9f ", I.- .. ; and ist.ct will Court i for the Nonhfm District; "

J.1 lhll.JoM:. inNovember.. miles south of S.. Augustine,and contai/3 about I'' r efure prot'culr claims: against the Laiu-..1f

t i BOARDING HOUSES. I For the county of Nassau: Thur.-day before the 40UO acre I' terl4resand the.D:patit.rntiatlt'ah:

Mrs. M. Keid. On Charlotte Street.near the third Monday of November.Forthecounty : ,A'sotwotltou! anducresadjoin'ng the last described j I--i f : located

'. i ,::ii ic'. of Duval, on the third. ;Monday of lands, being th. Pellioier Grant in Graham's swamp. 9. ; : re and at JUA:10n\'iltt', fur life, he wilt! bri\"e -
r r.,*s ti On t. George Street, a few doors I November. > Also the Spruce Creek Plantation, containg 99'I j I. unrt-initunc attrition: to his profl.1oligr I

...:i of the Court Howe and Public Square. For the county of :Marion, on the ,firstlonJu; )' ia acres suitable for Sugar culture: and near to navigation I In .. 9;' .! "" .It I hlIstnet itteuti0n.! entru3ted to his care shill with,

G N. Pap"', On Bay street, corner. of Bay iud I'Gark. I December. about 70 miles .outh of Augustinej; near I r 'r; : _. j! I.I I.; ,

i Lair" .. : I i I' For the ccuntics of 'Machua and Levy, .on the >>ecnii'lMonJjy New Smyrna. I In II J,! ": J. j, ugustiue, August 31. 1830.Collector' .

DOCTORS.' ) : in December. Also, the Mount O..waM Plantation on Halifax .. I I'r Tai +.',
n", ,. F. I iVredm. (J}ire at tin IWellii. g Mouse I For the county1 of Columbia (.Ii the third Monday[ River about! 50 miles! south of.Augu-t'uie.. nea nIl r t j fn". I Ii# .., -,, ", \ \'irtu_ of die poer vested :t1C.
.n Bridge Stn:) .t. 111'1 t. j j i'& LIe 111 !b'ot I
j in Ucremlwr.I C'Ollst. formerly planted iu'Jngarby the late: Gru. An- j ball expose f. dutr bofure;
t Doct. Joku;. Peek. OJice on St. George Street, St. the der, and thll .,I I.. I .I : ,Ire emir Ua'1't'-
I The U S. District Court, at Augustine on on mm property of Joseph! Lauton.con- \ I the city of St. A upline,
doois North! of the Court Houje.DRUGGIST. first Monday in ,\pl l.'rll l. tam ;ing 1900() :1tfI'g. i i. f eceurber( nextIh. on tie- first. }Ionc
: : 'rItal'3LTXIt'S GL' 2D. A1w,1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Tutu In" U I I i : 'j 1 t' :I. lIluch! theroot f:1" w.n d r.enbrJ Iraq
P C Zylstra. Chemist and Drug est, North Cht P I'y the rates: tll.-rl-.
I 'I buli'ssivrnlp; lifini: the north half of the Rosette In"1 "9. the Starr: t nil :
st id: : 1'ubhc Square, opposite the middle ba! tu.I ROUTES; FROM CHARLESTON-
,' I Also! Pnty thou-and acres on the St. Johns River, ,l' ,i i ; ; acres of""C..aj rate !tn"

I LAWYKRS.: :: .A Pili" <'hui/extun tu :1cofor&. Leaving daily at between 1 Lake George and Like :Monroe, consisting In "; l' ., i..t..,. south: of St. .\t'::! ;:; ,.near ht':11 n'k. t lIu.,.
U. Gould. Counsellor at Law-oflice on r- :, ia !
dlrry Lane. > J i'31o'dock P.M. By Steamer tu Wilmington ISO of valuable pine' hammock and timbered (lands: in va f .' ir, low@h'p rtll n l' :1Q.( ,
miles.-By Railroad to Weldon l d. A. Putnam. Attorney and' C-otiucuIlor" r j 63.: -To Richmond 2.-1\1 Anjaia: (,arc k Also, 3000 acres in Alachua county, suitable/ for I. I .. ,.' ,I .phut the Jlrs. Fortunes ; and Corn
LAW oilice. \ t" : I phce.
'JI i'icolata street, | ,U.-By Steamer to Washington 5..;.-By Itailr"n.llulJtltimurc Cotton Sugar. j f II.), an 1 unless taxes:: and L.4"t'i8ed toto
H'JtiamA. Forward. Attorney Lfiw and S.icic..r ., : -10.-1'0 Philadelphia 9J.-To New-York Also 600 acres in Columbia County I !soodpine 1 n,t' I ., ",.;, I tI t-', : day of Iale. t'Pt'11.W6 art paid
/ h Chanrerf: -:oifice on the ground floor ol j I II t I I lauds the Santa r'e Rivet I
87. Total distuuc: 771 mile, Time GO hours. Faie on :I. R B. C.\SO\, Slrerif'andrx, .
I th eSoah' Viug ol the Court Hou e,. Apply for:term. particulars &c. roIBO. I nt.'ras / t

Gcotge R. l:'II,. adB. Attoiny and Counsellor af '$20.The! "Southerner" (Steamship) !leaves Charleston ( R.FAIRBANKS.Agent i ht" 1; : .\ 1 t fIII 31..r 18.)1.A i=C ur D.1\1 Collector,. S. J'c. ..
.a ,v--i ; :.: ill the Court. UOU I!. every tenth: dny after the 27th of April, o'clock v M. filr the purchase and tale of Land*. "I I; :, ': (, Tax'

I \ -- Thro in 60 hours. Fare (Mate-Room) $2.:>. Payment of Von Resident Taxes&e. i ,, ,,"i ,j. / toliecfor't sale. -
l'UB.I'J.'fI( ) I:::;. From Charleston to Philadelphia.-The O.pryleaves St. Augustine Fob :2 Ifl5U.. In" Ii.!, ;.R' i virtue of the power vested in me by law r

Post Oftrt. (;. .K:. Llamb.n: *. P.>>t Master, How- Chail"','ti'ii every other Saturday: at 4 cluck, N1'AB1Ll'1'1'-SECURITY--rERI'L1'Ul''I'. I '. ,1'. 'f i in hall expose forsal before the! Court'llouse .

,. rd'a;: bvil.linra. !.. .huillmgjlnlJ..et nquare.Surirvor 1'. )t.-Ihrou.-h in GO hours. Fare $20. $1)00,000. 111" I : the city of at. Au;;u"tme 011, the first )100-
>> General' ()'fiu. B. A. Putnam Surveyor December
t iProm Charleston to New-Orleans. Leaving daily; i' ,. I next the following dc; rilx-d "
Till MUTUAL LIF1CliSUit.iY tract j
General, on lIotpiinl3rret'rcol'Ul'r: of Artillery ,, DCO.lIPASr or so much! thereof i&I
at lOoYlock A. )t. !By S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 l:+ : !: t I as pay he rant
Lane anlllh-pinl! ) Strt'rr. t i due the State
I ,nilr,= Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By : : : and County fur years! 1JJ9i
.... ; By NO.35 11'ALLSr.
Land 01ice. i --- -: -- Register: OF NEW YORK- I'I I, to wit : "
of Public Irrn.la--uAlce lithe Court House, I :Macon and western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By J-aT Accumulated! Fund I, Nov. 1st, 19-19,8900- SI. .\ l> acre of secorvl rate land above

TltrJ$. T. JllI 'tll. lUceher.& office in Court I Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery '3 000,securely invested in Bonds Mortgages tying in weiiona 19! and 20, head North
I Steamer to Mobile 331.-To New-Ojrleans township
6 I.
House. ) i -By on real estate in city and Brooklyn, and stocks U tract of rJnto! :
; five hundred
ridge of Probate, (iG.IIuinphreyVJudge:;, i e 166 Total distance 1,006 miles. Time'123 hours of the State and City of New York and United. I I'r fciUcio. acres isa+ cs-d II) l'c-,

1 *'irt House. : I Fare 839. 50. States Government. Il I ss taxes and

Peter D. Duna< Clerk'' Circuit Court, office in From Charleston to }w-Orleansviz Savannah, This fund is rapidly increasing! by a widely extended \ expenses arepaiJ before the Jay .

rte Curt Hoiifcc., : daily at 9 A. :'t. By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles. and prosperous butincss. mend j R, B
\i C.XOSheriff
.% R-tfael B. Caiiore. Sheriff and(Tax Collector, office -By Central Railroad to Macon and Western Hail-I I The Company declared a dividend of profits of fif who 8f .. Tax and u-otf. .
Assessor and
in he Court House.Collector : road to Barn =,vilte 40.-By Stage to Opelnka I I l ty-two percent on all existing policies on the 31st lion r 31-t, 181. Collector,S-j. c. J'

of Customs ,uhn\1' Hanson, offiee,- I ]By Railroad to :Montgomery 65.-By,Steamer to :Mo-/''I I of January, i 1848.. ti l Exttr \ t

Planters Hotel. : j, 1 bile 331.-To New-Orleans 166.Total distance 1,032 All the Profits arc divided among o r PIa r '1 K UN JUUHMAL( CHlUUI1' Or' 1'111'1 1

Inspector of Cailoms. On Howard, offiS i in 'miles Time 77 hours. Fare 39.; 50. I the Insured.! Bush 1 I |\TE OP FLORIDA CIRCUIT COCttT !

award BullJin, Market square 1 j j I MISCELLANEOUS; TABLE. The premiums are payable in cash annually, set n- Opec ; OF ST. JOHNS COUNT I
I Distances. FareTima.. annually, or quarterly, interest being added on the mouth .
1. If. Branson. Judge U, S. Court; NortherDistrict n | I IMak I : LCUAXVERY.. '
of Florida office in the Court House. i f To Athens, Ga.. 221 m. 87.95 20 h. deferred payments. ; ;

G. R. Fairlankf. Clerk U. S, Court, office in.i ii "Chattanooga: Tenn., 445 13,12 31 : The,cash principle adopted by this Company se- 1 I fgcund. I'avid'I,. Say ic, 1 .
the Court House. "Columba, S. C., 130X 4,00 R tares to the parties for Whose benefit the insurancesare Deep I i v?. I '

Deputy Marshal.% G.-orge I. Zehnbyur' ,. office in "Camden S. C., H2 ,,4.0U 9 efiVctvd, the whole of the advantages, without At't p. 1 :' seph 31. lI.rn:1i1.aI..z, } .- I

the Court House. Hamburg, S. C., 136 4,00 8 J, subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accuaiuj vets; n otiiuiiti| A.: Putndrn, |

\ -- 0 Memphis, Teun., 740 28,00 j 1 hated premium notes. /aoots u.rintas; W.( Waiter.: : J :
i ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.; Passengers for either of the above places leave .' Persons may effect insurance on their own lives '1'0 p f

Crypt James Hanham.. Ordnance Storekeeper, Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad,,at 10'o'clock and the lives of others. A married woman can i in- I dr:1iulIg ppcnrillg th'lavit made to in die this satUfaction Cau-e,' ofilw Court: .
that aij'
cure the life of her husband, the benefits of which areMcured fa : the-,:
!_ffice on St. George street, B few doors South o( A. M. ory i lant Augustus W. Walker resides
; by lawforthe'exclusive use of herself or chi 1- 'rail out of the
MaL B. A. Putnam's midonce.. Persons desirous
of Florida beyond tie! Jursisdictioa
lot Tax Collector's Sale. dren.I drains i of this
visiting the Fort'will make application t.lant. 0 but in the United States
1 4 llant :BY virtue of the power vested in me, by law 11 I Clergymen and all others dependent .upon salaries d... pen ; I therefore Ordered,that: the! Said DefimJaDj ..
fur bale before the Court House baukmt
expose are specially7 invited ro avail themselves a resource -, Itus W. Walker
d orin the of St. Augustine the first !Monday This appear and answer the Bi''!|
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.. city von whereby their surviving familts may be,sccuredrom I plaint filed in this Cause within Four
of December next, tie following described tract MontRj _
James M Gould. : the evils'of po'er .
; penury. of the
of land or as much thereof as will the taxes ) of Mutual Thc) r Ie date Publication of this Order,or the
Geo. L' ,Phillips, Notary Public-office on Bay pay Pamphlets explanatory theprincilrlesof ill will te taken Confessed .
Street, a little North of the Market: and next door I thereon due the :State:: ant County for years 1849.1 0 ]Life Insurance, and illustrating! us advantages, with :he coil I it is i further Ordered that against hint :
'o.the Poet office. '51, to wit : I forms ofapplit'tltionnra be obtained at'iheotliee' 01 OIiUil: ; of (
c 01' I 100 acres of second rate land in section 33 of |the Company, 35 Wall I't.. or of any of its agents. twrcrJ( r der be n:aJe 'in souse Newspaper: published! :
2 "outh and j ByI i II Cinuii oace a we.k for the space of four toj.
CITY OFFICER private snnvys, jlownshin 12, range It TRL'STUCS: ; ,
.'fl"!jor-E. B. Gould. : cast and being on the can bide of Dun's Lake, said Jos B Collins, David C Colden, nt101: :;, TJOMArf DOL'GL..JuJgf'.

Lti'irenee \ .100 acre isassesM-d to Hannah Kingslcy. j( I j''Win' J Hyh, Alfred Edwards, tlrnwin ." ,f uc Copy. P. B. DCMA c'. .
.AlHlrcu'1 Clerk C. C. St
iF.; 'C. \ Unless taxes and c&pentVsare paid before. the dny1 j jof R McCun'y; "'111.1311", asto I}l' I County. ; .
Aldermen. AJ ''1.ti.Ie. July: 19i! 151.:
James A. JtfieWrr\ f I sale. Eyed Winston, Josep'i' .Blunt.C : Ju'y. .1 ;
F. J. Qu' 'lce,. j j I R. D. CANOVA, ShenflTanJ( <-.v..tr.. \\' Faber, '-'Rnc (; IV-ir-nn, l'itN EJUllCl.\L Cli&CUir. U/ Tel:; ,. ,

C/cr1cof the,City Council, Gharlesllua'r"offiC'ea ; Tax 'A. t'ssor nnd Collector 5, j. c. John P Yrlvcrton! HenryVtH, -.J'_ .\'l'EOf rLOtUlM.CmCtJrrCUUR1'. _

\ the Council room. I May: 3lst. 1851.Tax >> Then Scdgwick. Wm Moore, I G.tst L .- '. OF ST. JOHNS: COUNTY.L .

(ty'\\ltZr.l..al; and Clerk of the Market, F. r. ; Collectors t ale. Stacy B Collins 7 t bedeeCook, ,, IX CILLYCER y ,
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1errena'l i iI Y virtue of the John II SW.ft, Jonn :Miller, Pihiur. surviving! pirinerl
vested in law I :
me by ,
power : ; .
I ; PORT B John \\'nd"wlIrih hand .\ .
WARDENS. shall fr : l.'omstock I Georg brut of Palmer & b'errde.vs. I ,
pale before the Court bus
I'. C. \\Zylttrat CAarltlllaagtr' Jot. E. Pomar.f expose c !e !t S M Cornell Robert: J5hiiler, ctal 3.: t: .. -
door the
in city of St. Augustine on the tiir. 5Ion- I
!i. 4' : Gouv :M Wilkim! Jame5Chainberi "
i.f >, nf tll ',' Ih Loring.Jmts. of Reuben J Jdeceased
of Uecemberncxtdhe
day described
following tract < t r',
f John V : o sec I u z U-.
AUCTIONEER. 1 Tiirkerman (
LwVruyn Joseph Charles I Loring, .
of land or as much then-of as will the 11c1h, i
r."o. O.ntpri.' F P. Ferreira and J A. StrUcha.MEItfllANTS. thercOndue the State and County for pay years l89 taxes, f Fred. Whittle-ty :Moses II Grinm-11, -'_". ,'. ; ,!. ,' }ni U'. Lonn: ?, Frederick Lotii.'lbt'th '
\ Charfes Ely'm J Bunker f, .
: 50 and 51, and all necessary expenses incident John C I.mlt t I .
Cruder Eugene Uutilh'alterJoy huabanJ.j .
I thereto, to wit :, ., t r
1'rt roughs E. Carr. and Retail dealer \\ Fra"ncisS E. JI) \
Wholesale ,
11 OS acres of second rate land on the :Matanzas Lathrop, APPEARING to the Satisfaction .of the ..
;n l iii u quality Family Groceries of all! kinds, Li4It..orlJ Alfred Pell, J O Thatcher IUcht .! furt
i River about twelve miles South from St. AUlTustinf'anJ ( by atnda\, made in this Cause, that the .
.- : ..:q No. 2 East side Charlotte: Street, North i lying at the mouth of :Moses JOSEPH B, COLLINS, President.. c"J b loots Charles: Lorin. William W. Loring
creek known If
a a '
of fbbie'aquare.t'u.ai ISAAC ABBATT, den ,
Achille tlurntsplace. Fold in April 1829, by Waters Secretary. Jrick Loring, Elizabeth Nunes and Albert! A.
Hurt Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Smith Attorney in fact for Achille :Murat to Richard JOSEPH BLUNT Counsellor. den, ,;j'. I*, her husband reside beyond the Janis'.wtionCourt .

roods, West side of Charlotte! etreet' a few doors Town, owner now unknown, assessed to Richard I G. R. FAIRBANKS: Agent St. Augustine Fla.' It 'PoI' I i out of the State of Florida, but ia the .

v: '..th: Treasury Lane Town, Feb 16th. 1. ',' .. fd States; :

seth M. Wakeman. Wholesale and Retail dealer Unleps Taxes and expenwe are paid before clay o' ( .)ry GnoJ.i and Groceries. Grocery store on the tale c'1 o his i. IJ es' Loring, William W. Loring rrederkk '
Char otte atreet, opposite :Misses Pinkhams. Tax Assessor and Collector 'hi+ t i I .' # |nddo appear and answer the Bill of Olll.t'iltd .
j. c.
MUset S. N. Pinkham. Dealers in Fancy s.} TillS ESTABLISHMENT Flor' : -
tl thlilt
May 31st, 'IS 51>>I. having in this cause, within Four Months, or
Goods, &c. opposite the Planters Hotel on Cast i undergone Thorough Repairs this 'It .' will be taken as confessed against themJ -

&de: of Charlotte street., Circuit Court, Eastern! Circuit present season is now ready for hank it further ordered that publication ,of thisbe
P'dra B r.d.' Dealer Groceries, Prorisions, &.c. fo Flofida. reception ot Company.. FAMILIES ANDTRANSIENT I c. : f niaJe in some Newspaper published withiaEastern

c I 'r of Cuna and it.; Grorge street. I IN CHANCERY. BOARDERS can have spacious Rid \ Circuit,once n week consecutively! f41r J

J/awMf Crespo. Dealer in Family stores Provision Peter Benet, Administrator 1 Apartments.: t Mat.- J J Months. TH03, DOUGLAS, Jodgf .

-. t"., corner of Charlotte and Bridge streets.) &c. of Francis P. Sanchez answirl\ |true copy from Minutes of Court. _. .
't, '. J. Quincy Watch maker and Jeweler, ;fonGeorge Iloom, Airy Clean, and Ne at- / J > .
decd. for the P. B.
use of Aaron tress itself f unlimited I ; I (1DUMA3.Clerk.
street, office of Dr. Peck. uaiidtoiucly. of .
nearly t.
opposite ,
Fnetllander, ; !\ C.C. St. Johns County.
ft08.z.J1I.. Retailer of Bootf, Shoes, C'p", vs. XothillgVOIIUIl! -=. fens :J Jy 5, 1951. 4mo9-ao27

IJa'sand Dry Goods, east side of Charlottee etrtct I, J7enj. A. Putnam. Executor of J Bill for Account The House is well known.as being rer ently l' ,- .. .'

-.raer of Charlotte street and Treasury Ijine. | Pt'trrtitcbf'1I; drcd. Nicolas } Dlstl'i ution.Longworth'urv Built, Expressly with a view to the accom- :I OrL' .,- -
:ear the K ra I of Joseph Ioo.wortb, decda I built' of Wood, with Rooms connecting Fold I .Y I ,, late x ceased

I Jol.t; Utina. Boot maker, harlqtts street near | and all others unknown Legal j ing' Doors, &.C., which renders it Free from is hereby given, that in thirty days front
"i- ritHotel.. date herl'of,1 will apply to the
J :
j I I Representatives and heirs of J.I J. Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows I ..
,lilt"linr! Nelligan-Cabinet ="fhker, Charlotte: \.0." 9. It 5l. of St. Johns County, for leave to sell 90 ..
I 'tn', t, b. l ivw Teirperance Hall. i I said Joseph LorigwoithjeUo/ through lining on Piazza Promenade Two m b of the Real Estate of DR, AXDERSDECD. *- ..A.'I1'U5.0 -

.fufinliuvfy.; 3lack Smith and Gun Smith, near I'r having been made to appear by Affidavit! that Hundred Feet. Protection from Rains, Cold NOTICE. as will be sufficient to pay the debts and

1 ''... j>lot'1 (;ate of the City.' ;, the Dtfcndant, Nicolas Longworth i... residing Winds&c., forming a desirable RETREAT from HEREBY GIVEN, that application will be ha hties thereof! ; and in six months horn thiao'atf,
I without the limits of Florida, end also.tlie other de confinement all I IS I II!I
; II I- at seasons of the ).ear.- made to the Judge of the, Eastern Circuit apply the said Court for my. final dicharge, u

I ,VMUSEMENTS.lank : fendants.On The House is situated' facing Soath in central I of Florida by the Petition of James Edwards, Admin Executrix of said estate.

Bt tarsi : Bottling Alley. Ora Howard, motion of William :\. Forward Complainants position and retired from other Dwellings.,I i istrator of the Estate of 1-:. M. Wanton, deceased CU\KIS3l: : ANDERSON EIe tr1%.
'Irrw ; jJJo Counsel. Jt M ordered that the paid Defendants, The House contains 45 and Wanton April ;l6-Gm. '
rt .tf'rgs, Market pquare. I I do Rooms with additional George Philip Wanton; and Charles
r tutAllty.: Liquors and Refreshments, by appear and answer the Complainants (Pill nnd.amendments Parlours, Dining, Setting Rooms; and conveniences Wanton,heirs at law of said E.M. Wanton deed., r. 'a
thereto within' four months from the
J F Dr iff. Cty II.ML. j I date 1 general For .Accommodation thirty days from this date at his chambers in the City Tax Co .' '
1 hercofotltenticc the shall be taken Nectar Sale.
]'1. LW Gn'iez. Retailer! ,of i I same pro- of St. Augustine 10 s
d : Liquor Refreshments, ,1 confesso. not be surpassed.The at A. \1. for authority to sell
of the r
V- Charlotte' street, opposite Bridier's Bowling I)I well earned Reputation this the real estate of said Edward M. Wanton BY power vested in me by law
And it further ordered that of this House decd. for
a copy or1" expose sale before the Court IIoow
l to wit 379
.iley.: I t Jt'r jMibhshed. once a week consecutively for four has from Year to Year acquired[ will be the Johns : 1-3 acres on the West side of River St. door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday '

J" I' j STAGE, orncE. / j I months in some Newspaper published within this cir; Proprietress?, Mrs. DAVIS aim to'sustain, and acres East adjoinin side of John St. Sanders'Johns River Plantation, 470 1-3 of December next, the following described tract of.

1, for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns at a place called land or as much thereof will the taxes thereon
flffit* of t,i Pco.!-rta Mail Stage. Bridirs Ciyciiimciics. : suit.THOS. Cunningham, and 300 acres at a place called pay
DOUGLAS Judge her thanks. I Col.! due the State
at..Yc. Branch and County for 18495Qani
-.1. eon East of St. John years
i i River.
", I : 1 Certified to h..11 true Copy. i i The Table will be supplied with choicet GEO. R. 51,and all necessary expenses incident thereto ta
: Wime Hand and the Seal of said Game Turtle FAIRBANKS, wit
+ I:, \ my Oysters, Fish Ducks, Venison :
Attorney for
''f. rlmri.j Catho'ie 'Church. North side Monununiureh. Court the 10th February. 1851. Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time August 9, 1851. Petitioners.No :)s2 acres of 2d rate land being a half .f the
: P. B. DUMAS Rivers and Forests 32 Redouse Branch three N"
It- :., th 'U our abound. Two or tract about miles
;%'f jfc'pal $! Fouth side ;Monument'qu oils. Clerk, C. C. St. Johns County. more Hunters sporting exclusively for this Executors Notice. frotA the city of Augustine' purchased by. Dele! %-

''utwtctidn .Church. On St. George Ptreet, -hnnrv IStli qI I 4mo. House. our WCek' after dat intend to pin from John and Antonio Uuertas lying partly is

.11. of tncattuat. Horses Carriages Ponies Guns JT the Judge of Probate of Putnam countyfof sections 34, 35 and 36, of township 6, rang 29.

7. 1it Z p i.r..rtl! Chiireh. St. George seretill *',''I Vj1 DJ l !M M Mr1mV Tackles Boats for Excursion, &c. Fishing order decree for the sale of the following described an and sections J, 2 and 3 of township 7, rang 29-

I, ', :Magnolia louse: ENGLISH AND AMERICAN Very Eespectfully, i tract of land or so much thereof as shall be necessary owner now unknown, assessed to Joseph Delrtpin,
t I I to 'supply the deficiency of the other half has been Michael Ittta
conveyed to
I" i ID 11 'tY [Emf T1S! PROPRIETRESS.N. of the personal assets for the I of
r 'lh! OF COURT EABTERN CIRCUIT payment just and lawful debts of Joshua! Hick I rus Charleston, S. C.

OFFIXRIIU. w WHOLESAI AND RETAIL DEALER 1.1 man deceased, to wit : One,tract of Two Unless taxes and expenses are paid before Ihe-d37.
! B.-It in the wish of the Pro- of sale. '
: *
srRtsa TESMCoditt ENGLISH: AMERICAN by Mid Joshua Hfeknwn
I' prlelre that the Servants .
Bowden and called Y R. B. CANOVA Sheritl'and exoff.TAY
tr4tlra ><>s'of Oracs and St.,Lucie, at Mel> GERMAN to the House should be civil, attcn- The other tract Spring Grove... ,
purchased of William Au.q<)nr' and .
itt in Collector S. J. C.Ser
ileoa tnr Tuesday April. Gardiner
q DRUGS, MEDIC1XES. live and obliging. r-
1v CHEMICALS. containing one hundred and
fh* v'jjmy' of Putnam, at rI&lkl.eeond Tu*S. fifty acres, and called ,
PERrUMERY.be.SAVANNAH : Fresh Supplies. situate on Lake George in
1 rV County, of ;
A iP! .ri (
which all
i, ..r..j" !!IUY f Marion, 4L Ocala, fourth :Monday: j I' GA.rarti'Ul JUST received per schr. Mary Ann from persons WILLIAM interested will take notice "
f : the folloming articles viz IlICKMANExecutor of
intention paid to replenishing. EneliVh :' "

I.I. xrUl :+" QWIIt"; sof AUehua and Levy, a l :1'r Ametican8hip** ,.Vedicine, Chests according. to and Crackers Butter, Lnrd Hams Bacon Cheese J&ly 121h It 51. Joeuv* IIJ'uA."I dcce&fttd I : ,I t' 1J "

'.. ..\.; L h Monday in':May. w-I ." the Laws of England. Potatoes, Onions, Teas, Sugars, Flour Rice ,
1 I Columbia! at Alligntor for *l Louden & Coffee Buns, Spices Hoop, Broom ,Jut '
I I "r fire l.J,,ulttY of en e AGENT. w u. .Co., Philadelphia ; Hay, RECEIVfU--Onionl:( '
i ,;;ad ,\ioraay of 3fay. Jj I r Dr. Jacob 1 (!nend., New York ; Mes f1l. Havilandrf Corn Oats, Brand, Porter Ale, Brandy 0'JU8T Cracker. Irillh pOI..t, .
, 4t 1 ;en erolt t 1 fN..uu, It I\1asvan;: C:. 1I.rn 11a" RMfy % Co., Auuartt ; Tibbitt, Providence, Wine Oranges Lemons, Cocoanuls, .llmonth, Bacon, flutter, Lard Lamp Weh.&c.oaccoKiC Oil ; 1 ( 11V\J.'u --

,:\:''iRfJSybeforethe, few rth ;MtadsYtat May. .j 1|I % 01'It *y Raisin?, Tamarinds, &e. B. K. fARR. ct* f. 0 1:. al York, 350 Bnrrtls,8 Hhd.,5Q BaeslOO Boxer .
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