The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 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: UF00048575:00065

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'", ; THE! : 'S$! IIISE, '+ 'A31IR: CM AND ENGLISH 'BAIIROAD&The ?'! DRY" GOODS.fo TRADE IN NEW YORK.: I .uAtn J.." l it 'ii.'par. ,: faitmcnt' convealent'r".J to .pay, d.d 9 ? 8i t t

,;.;; : : : 'f ," ,iC: t ,} ". writer of the thHlnci.11 articles in the, The 1rgoodatrude( lyrapidly'contracting.Thu' .
.t ; s jY tf D, TJC(9. Mew, York Express makes the following Jidicfgus ; auctions; ato (-w. and of scanty catalogue 1 'Undoubtedly.' 7batjittonishMryoutH t !

.:r ,i:1: ; plontwnt i i thojsansUnc '. remarks oil tho probabfe difference *. The silk' jobbers-are now closing "Yo, ddt you have got him in 'dee. ';., ,
'. < '' ; + trctwerrj? the rail-roads, ot the United States: ,tbeir full business, while the' woolen,. tImes.M .; ,'' 1
u jcivilii('erti u jU'llJ,IHI bt.ull 1' ,\yuot, ) '" f. n ihasc of JEJnglamt u permanent tnv(:yi- afo not yet.active, though anticipating,. r.j i'Oh. yes and I, hare plenty more. I ow;'
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h the D1nfr ,ly an active,demand from tho clothiers. nothing that I cannot pay at moment no-
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Londnnornmg Chronicle, speaking pies are dull, buiuftir' demand: ret '
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lt eiif 'L."IAt"ryq.n. arq' ( : uctr"vribu\; I &i.tt.tmi .. .
i lie many n pad ondf aching heart : i' that tho'titr'Fdllway name;, ;IJI !tr!: !.Y-'t: IJ tnrgdattlK, bp'iitl best ] i& :', I. ', :
.t lt.aaat 'I ft ,J,91 I uusl I, tiaad \t'ftUaii"!' sarnat ..ffcj.svlfsT'wouIdfYolYow eta 'D nr. ea 1.. tOinaburga ::.'-.; y,I fbouhtyJtGntea'tt.., .,

forjjf intiinon: i ih Ihu ray Jt kteiislroVaHrQid 1 : building tro quiet, with an uccurhaatinfOCk.". ht au. ,, rnntra', ,.,.,.... d,,(.Je..M ; .
d sir ,dances, on, ilifc wull.\ fit this country,* Railways in Cugl.tnd\ min 'arednlrtiiid heavy., Stripes are without -f"'a"t fS grand' confidence; '--uppoj+you oey. > t. al I
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/ 'J' cost from o e kuudred.and fifty o two bund-I I inquiry. r.1'lck1..or freely offering but no got de money: don I want him ver much-i;: .' \"., -" ,
tho, bright arid'tuhtng{; aurstinc ; dred thousand- 'dollars per mile and in ilm t| uiiltout effect. Canton .flannels are active, suppose you got him den I no Want bun at all. t !'I
'I'I i ho bruizy day aof gprjiiij, i ,country the .nvenigu coat of construction s in ,Celling quickly on receipt. Printing 'cloths Vous comprehend eh I" '-!,

.d, eerw>u idvnuly' glal 'es ," from. Invent)rfivtj I to tarts thousand dot lfir*1 are firmer, with more inquiry ; yet the,sales After tome other conference little French 'I'
tlon lasted -vvry .livjng thing ; ; I per ,ani u.* JtaUwnl are constructing in lice are not large. Prints are still in rc uelt.at man prevailed upon the morcbwt to retain .. "
gutty fur : ; f : western Suites, where the great outlay IU'I firm rates ; the new goods coming forward the money, and left the counting.hou-e with .
erg to the mountain( top,.,JM,light ; railroad: building now particularly exists?ut meet read" buyers.: 'Ginghams: are inactive a light,bee!K and a countenance ver/diflbrent .;
; sparkles in-|Uy? airc'llU .-' even It Jess atwagu cost than thoabovv. the JKHHOII being/ over. Delaines are ,In fair to the one he wore when be entered. Hfs: con. tt ,
Oa .n.,. : : ; bulk! ntontr, th ,lo wiy"vale'J : f i :)q t western country, wbero "ihere is demand u: full rates ; the ,continued supplies) fidence was restored, and although he did not .. i -

4:. 2(Jrueft e \ j',icit g in l4buprR, fJ .;,. : immenso annual increase of (population uri- meet ready sale. Cloths are dull, with,.anumjilo stand in, need of ,the money he Wishedte .
aing tt1 arto from' nu actual depopulation ol stock ,Cmimere are in imita know Uftt.hb; io : ,
.IIi'': 5 rtUlcry m the pcldcn filmmcr tirno ;1..1 : : very ,property tvus safe band s ,
' : ,\ box : jjl'r "Us ,ffSjub. 1A: ';- 'l*_' ) '. onu, of me JBfitUH Isles, it -Is absolutely) neededtlmi ted supply,'and<< prKes rule firm; fancy slvles ., '
..-2 tSWlfts rUlIt y iin-fldo'w I t\1 81l-1+1lh I corn" "'" .- ;tiny Vast agricultural production rt are in request, at goodrates ; blacksalone POWERFUL REASONIXG. '

G. bo t wuvm/; fields of grtiu; p,'i Shut extensive I region should,in, a corresponding are dull. Tweeds are moro active, both cot. ''rAUa. young man's debating lOCie:y" some- _
I 21are'D d.-grce;. have uvcnuis opened asitisrop-i ton and! wool, at steady rates. Jeans aro slow; ,;v! te down Indiana, the question dfs- ,
, H boxes in the cool calm nudirnn ,durs. Idly :Hled"lJp.rrhOJd regionsr more quick, of sale, and heavy. Sncep's; grays are active cufcjon wall, "Which was the greatist evil, a ,
3 .r lIn..s' I. 'lit iref still, : J I I :'., "ly developed in'consequent e of this emigration un4-tire Linseys are dud. Flannels ore in scolding wifeor smoky chimney 1" After ..
1 flux \ 5<"C tliu m Muw Kunlxmms play and of,course require outward appliances good demand. Blankets are dull and heavy. the appointed di putun!. bad concluded the '
13 Yeti V'IIIY1itu1 vn Jl1i11. of capita I which it has had no time to ac 'Shawls are dull from first hand, but activein debate, a spectator rose and begged the privi r :
l5 !,& .: l ; cumulate. The'English railways, beside theirimmence the distributing trade. British fabrics are lege of making"" o remark on tho occasion. ;,
1. Uox n. with a ndder lov'ier hue, -; '. cost, were constructed with unnecessary in.very limited demand. Delaines cell the Permission being granted he. proceeded ta ,
5 Uuxea : fly tilt{ landscape glows, I' : quickness before the:course ot trude in 1 most freely, but toe stock is light. Linens deliver his aertlimen n.th" >way:, Mr. PresN* t j

1 ,' ) & ri summer o'er the earth inn old( country warranted,'it. There; is no are moderately active. Wooleri goods are dent, I've been almost mad a listening to the ..
1" titi') misty. muntte J throwa/ .,I rarity ot reasoning between the two counties.u : held with much firmness, with< ,a light demand depute of these 'ere youngsters.-They don't :. "
And t \would be ridiculous to the French and continental goods are less active know about t
Mid joyous sunbeams I gaily mile; compare area of nothing the subject. What do ,
++. In ul8St the "'intt*t'e-ruggt:: | >dfruwiv- I.i J : England with that of the United Slates. Timp,! than they were. The silk jobbers,are buying -, ..they ,know about the evilt of scolding wife? ,' ..\.
,UttUrd & frhimriKT in 'Ihe jewels ,'bright' Inch i i. so jnuch regarded here in transporta a few parcels fur special assortment.-, 'Waft till they havo one for twenty years, and 'I f ql.t'
telulf < hat deck lab icy crown. 1'!* thin, !ill not/i'isurded in England with,tho same Delaines tad all printed goods: of fine quat. been hammered and lammed a'nd slammed all .
j Jprnncube:6! : the distances ore less. ities, a ray et.firmRibbons! aro very heavy. the while, and.wait'tilt they've been scolded I
POUJ rifiaz tht sends his cheering sunshine down: "Tho construction of six thousand miles of Velvets arc rather better. Cloths under $12 60 because the baby cried, because the fire .. -
that be .:) ihitf lair, world of ours,' English railway has cost .e3 OOOOOOO eicrl- are in active request. Silks are firm of the wouldn't burn, because the the cow --kicked .
font day of on uiutei'4; robes of snow in., while in this country tnero are uear II ,- ,better qualities.: Tr.e prices yielded from over the milk.becauie it rained because the sun r't I t
iluii- b j uummc-r'a grub of iluwers ; 000 miles of railway fully ,constructed and auction salts are very irregujar, but are shinedfbecau.se the hens didn't lay, because e- ,s 1.i
tua'iua: at t in octu tl operation at a cost in round num. mostly at depressed: rat !a.; the demand Is no tha butter wouldn't come because the old cat J
or.jic un evil und on gpor! hers of f30dO:>t1o00. The of to drlin.tho .fJJl1e J t. !
floras face inn country longer equal 8 prices nt } d kittens because: they come .too, toon to
names a r bounteous! sun dth :>hint, at tho wes is peculiarly adopted for, the &ales. Importations are )'olllJht ; thu;*1ttp; ) jner. be'bausehtiy seers ona"'minute\ too late" I
oat arm mynad voices IIwo.1 I ihj) cliojr making of,r tilroadc.. Tho level prairie :lands goods will begin to ;(arrive frc.-cly..a'bout. becafet they jKfn'g 'because tbelft otp'their

.il the 1 hul'byrruls his kn'e: Ditiau r- ': ,'abounding throughout I1Unn1s,.ln il: flit, Michigan tad; uf next mouth.Slatery .. .. '. trawser*, because they invited.*'gcg bar wo* .

M,. _. 'r"" ...,.I.. ; a -- .. and.other nd scent: States enables those : man to call'ognfn, bucausa tjbqfgot? ttckor becausethefcdiianylhiceelsenoJQjiitc : '
be ; S 'rll'S 'RESIDENCE IN"' 'O 'DON. roads io,bo-srorked-atron expense;'compared in the fTcgJM! .ullfl1ll1 r:-The ; ? tfhe-t.
Mould 6f the to tho English railways; thnt the income from- captain of a' French murchantlDun-.swr1tlng! : to ther they could tit not, before (her talk* about
) wit I II' Pondent New Yor lleraU
pie Cuba to : i ,,. them may be profitable while at the rate of the National. Pan", states: that at the port of the evils of a scolding wife: why President, ,
and 'rJtc to the editor of that !
I' mil & ;} special paprjr.writes fr, renv'iiuration.tbo English to1llvlI1Voultl boa Accra, on coast pI' Gaiula,*lhero Is not a single I'd lAther hear tho clatter of hammers' anti ., f
correspondent m ruuious: speculation. ,liencu the railw.t.Saitho ErtglHn settler Mho Juts not more or I lees I
'! certain that Kusa1JU.-blld taken his stpne*, twenty tin pans, and nine bras kitties
) at in E un, ; : Quar-' West ,can afford to burrow money at u I slaves, some owning as many as 150 or even than.the din, din, of' the tongue of a acoldinawife I
I were Alasiingbcrd,
io the I iiuii .square, nominal sacrifice in the curly part of their 200. When tho owner wishes to get rid of ; ye., sir-ree : I would. To my mind sir,
the (
usry in iuirdond I
I: and fortune. Knownij tho u. i;<:nli tan '1 career which sacrifices, if made by foads,'the j his cifptive, he tells: him to the first: captain a smoky chimny is namore to be compared to
i actually \ ; 1 : Inform imily-! cost of which is so much more, and tho of an emigrant boat that lands. These emigrant a scolding wife, than a little nigger is lo &
I and year in question, can you Upon working expenses much great, r, would ba boats are miserable little coasters, commanded dark .night/, t
Ooe points' you m!ly deem of mterrst. ,Oas attended with dis.-s'roud' rcnul 8. There is intact by liberated slaves, who embark at

I 3 ;:+ father seven years ago, was hunting no analogy between, t the railway mania I i Sierra Leone, a great number of persons COULDN'T CURE
of of adventure*, full 1 of enterprise, Jamaica ,A very'good story Is fold in an eastern
A enterpise in this country. That among mitiy They take them not to South America or piper
1 box educated and of cultivated tastes.' Hoi I I I of the now projects here that, some should but where the trade has its centrethe of the treatment of a drunken husband

9 shafts h.'I" bcyc ud the Far West :o: confines I turn out I les- profitably than others, we aro Gulf of Benin, where they art disposed of, by his amiable spouse. After trying various
67 bu:: Rocky Mountains The, hardship to' fully prepared ,for. Out thu great trunk lines no one knows bow, and never heard of after expedients all to cure drunkness, she at last
:2 largo ho will exposed undermined his b CM 111? throughout the country wil; increase in their thought herself of another'plan of making a
d.ed drunkard of her lord.
six years since leaving the and from wOld"V r reformed
fi boxes receipts present year to year augmented
8 .: propert' Gunbr li il! near Candles dividends to their stockholders." AN'f OF CONFIDENCE. She engaged a watchman for a stipulated

1 bixt, : I Lincolnshire, to his only son, the sub:. The following well told story by J. P; Morris reward to carry Philander to the watchbouser,
IS Pack 1 1 I the preheat notice.. The young gentle: The Reason lQ y the Water fifths Dead tea isrniteOo was published several years since, but Is while yet in a state of Insensibility and to

6 pnck: I at the duUt of his father's death \\Ufii" -, Support Life.-Mr. Rober' I. Grovet, so opposite to the times, that the N. Y. papers frighten him a little when be recovered.. Inconsequence
I box on board the frigate stationed II. D. ita. commuuicated to the Edmburg again lay it before their readers. It Is ta be ,of his arrangement, Philander I

p. fi boxes ;: ROil! l/o returned .(o England j Philosophical,Jouinal.n very int're+ting artij hoped that business< men will profit by the waked up about eleven o'clock at night and
i 1'** t navy, unJ ubtuini'd)1s' ;) comma'+ lun i clip on the cause!* why the waters of the Dead morul it convoys. found himself lying on a pine bench, ,Jn, a I
1 \ Gu for two yours when; thu hereditary\. The D,-nd Soa anntains no living thiog within thousand dollars when the' times were good." upon his elbow he, looked around until his

That ndvcnturu inhennt id the M.tftSuiK- { sty fatal boundaries, yet this suit sea, go famuus He culled at the counting bouse a few years eyes rested on a roan seated by ft stove smoking '.
stores impelled him to visit ,.Asia Minor. He in story! is! supplied! with water from ago io stale ,ot agitation not easily describ a segar. J.
nam in the muL K,u uth' and the intimary rip 'tied fresh waiir rivers which bound in fish and Where am I I" said Philander.I i

Pampero, ) >hii| until he ido1i '.-d the llJtuc; ;.t- ;I vegttablcs. The surt'.ioi'; of ih>' Dead Sea is ed."How do } ou do 3" inquired the merch.. "In a medical college"said* the mir" smo.
last He r tuned to London, his leave hav: : 1300+ feet, below the '"vt'l.of the aieditterranoan ant. ker. ," "

trict Pampero of St.: where::: ht, could leafy: think and ; is 10 30 feet deep, 60 miles long and 9 "Sick-ver sick," replied. monsieur. "\Yhat a doing there I"
of Kossutb; nnd when 1 tjo avowed hist broad. Itfrireives all the wafers of the Sei of "What's the matter !' "Going to be cut up ." i'j
aid arm to throw up hh cmn.nission{ and j jin'+ ililce. A,correct chins of'thin old lake was "De time is de mattar." How,comes that !" t
aforesaid \ rianl.! hhould tiu y rent-w the strug- .. never given tc the world until the expedition "Do times 7-what disease is that '" "Why you died yesterday, while -you were,

tats W. relatiunithought him jmd., You now ,until r Lieut. Lynch surveyed it. The full credit MPp Malaide: dat break all de merchants, ver drunk, and we bought your body to make a
the said why Ko suth n-sides at hv house! oft'us important f lCt ii given to our country mucb. natomy." 'jj

tad axe ift his mother; )Irs.,: Slnssnigberd'a, I ,by Mr. Graves. It has been statrd by Dr. Rob- I II "All I the times, eh 7 well they are bad, "It's a lie-I'm not dead. j
|t the i sgure. iUflinn end Mr. Warburton.jtiat shores of very bad, sure enough, but do they effect "No.mailer-we bought your carcass from
? Whereof & I the Dtad x0i* tern non-volcanic, but the exp! ;- you VF your wifevho bad a right to sill it, for it's all

;".-. Court Kostuth Mastered the En;lith Language. dition brought hnme pccimi-nH tf lava and "Vy, monsieur, I loose dt confidence." the good she could ever make of you- If you'renot
Court 1 streJ that in 1837 when condemned I 1 scoria, thus refuting former nccnunt "Inwhoml"In dead that's no' fault of )fie doctors, and.
, ?on and years imprisonment by the Aus> '! There is another sea in trio world just, like every body.oi ."- they'll cut YOU up dead or alive. ,
. decreed the Government, Kiith at tho end of the 1 the Dead sea of Sodom, this is the Great .It ,"$ in me, I hope." You will do it,cb ?" asked the old sot. .'

. the;Copn enr, wns offered tJiu"ch6iC'C of,ono book |i I Lake of Qie Mormon country, discovered'and "Fardonnez mot, monsieur bat I do not "Ay,, to.be sure we" ) will noj2jJu; cilr Vwa| +
, Jhe resolute
# tUnUllem n', provided 'that it was not !i explored h'u,. fr'multt. This lake con- know who to trust at present, when all de
, in .-//o rctiliud;} that it, instead, of tlnf. rains no living thing within its bosom, nnd merchants brake several time to pieces," drink"Well before, can't you ! notice is ; I i gate him, tlirt-e, tlcv should not be! it ul>o receive the fruih waters of Lake Then I presume yeu want your money you begin t" :
Utiti. This last spctch: satisfied tho watchman,
,KIN or l ; lio sek-ctt'd tilt:! 1.ngltsh 7"
"l'ue water* ,,f tn- d vnl sea of Jordan that Pnilander. rt\iffr>pele-*s rise : and as
I for
the same j Pronouo('ing pictiotiury, wn-1 Snak- con. Oat, monsieur starve want of .Par-
the J I ,, Having; obtained!: tuesrf* boijk'' *, couj-! tain tit per rent, opaline mit'rr.consisting! ; of Kent.' his reward was cdntiagont yii his successful.
of the h wa;u little i
a1d | nte- study of ihr laruu.igr, bc.'irmin' i ctili ripe< piii.issium, suJiu-n t oalfium ,IIM-: :, Ca.A you do with nt it t" treatment patient chagrined l
add Court the tr.,nsl;>ii...n of |hu firM t seeps uf ihe| I nejHUiiij i iron uLtgiiew; <<', with bmmid- of m 1.cnesium. "No, monsieur, I must huve jt". nt thy result ; o with no gentle handling
trice of ," which occupied him! 'a bout a for- t This saline IInprenar.on! accounts: "You must ?" he tumbled the irreformubto, out, of the watch.

.,.. tald' jnext j This was in 1837; and how well he now I for the nb5 ;.ca of all vtet'thlo anti anim.tl "Oui, monsieur," said diminitf breeches, house. *
at 11 ,.. the langua=o is: &hown b). his}: i ife. Tne waters of fe Great American Stilt turning pale apprehension for the sa d-
J aims ah.U |' ,. I i Lak-, are np.trly of the same composition: and iy of bU money. "-,. Peace is the evening'.tat of the ; oul, 'ass

next day _-, 1 present similar 'phenjmt-na: io that of the Sea And you can't do without ill1No virtue is jig *un, and he twit are never far ...
legations : end Dangerous FrauJ,-Twenty dollar''I of Sodom. u monsieur-hot .you let-tie moment long apart. ,
of the Suuthport Dank :Connecticut, 'nl-1, ga re. The inertness oftho mind is often taken'for
from oi.cs, and remarkably well done' lie who defers his charities till his death! The merchant renched his bank book. drewa its peace. .
circulation. Thenltcration i* done by'; H rather liberal of another mun'IS'gOOds thin chuck on the bank for the amount, and banded -
It. ..1* the fitf'iro lt on each rnd of tho of Ins 'own. t4* tliO: visitor. H submits to be 'seen* t h rough t In microscope 1

.: ; prin'mg. in its plate 20. The words i j I The poet !iwho knows how to M press andpaint'.he "Vut is dIll, monsieur I" who suffers himself io' bo cuugbt to d

:dollar" in tho body of the bill are ; affrttion* and passions of the soul, I "A check fur five thousand! dollars, with the, pusiion., .. ..

ed by the same process to .twenty dol- I I will always be rat with tireater delight than iutl fe.t." True quietness of ioxrt ts'sgotC; bfKa&lioff
',1 j c.4so.. W. the t exact bits of .it is bon i" &id the frenchman, in amaze
\,'" ,'! t' Thq changes arcso nicely made that mo t "er inanlm-lto nature our passion*, not by,ub$ywg them' r
,." ""I, ,; ,I would be apt to deceive.the beat judges i, He thnt never extends: his vie* beyond the tn:nt. Matt nature run* : iihsr io barbs We.4si
would do well to refuse all 1 bills j praises or rewards of men will ba let him
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t\ .;'fiIE, I':ANCIENT. CJTYlSQUAUI ,: .$ ; ..i' The, Pampero, : 0 REPORT OF 0 THE POST MA.STERQMS&AL. never been disavowed, authorizing him to.I:' P. S.-If you.do not/eccire this, of courseit
: ? 1ji i- make use ottho lad 'funds to Amount. !'; must have mscarriedthcrefore I
.:: 'i'h decision .. any beg you
cases were both for a -
Mr. Hall hllJl aJll ; T r chudal which,on this thisdenouement ensu- to write and let ma know.VEGETABLE .'
last week,and on Thursday of the pres- l ij%i wa'geat, and Kossuth left The 'country.I
port of jbd)bUs1fle09f ilie .j.PO ,t ffl9J
ent week His Honor Judge Bronsqn delivered part men t. Let tb'rvnderraIIze,'I'if fit) cnna3,273,252 ,beUve tfaZhfae amount which he wasacctw.1 I: IllIOTtSCT.-Irn pan of water bo

hit opinion'and decision in each case. mites oiDnnualjHn orution, and 'edtoT''h\RvrdFfmisappropriated, was subsequently -. ,placed. .withirt si it inche an either std-j, ot the
.. -(..... refund.: *!!. An event, not unusual in HunJRwy '. of" pumpkin or vegeurcfa":" .'
stem morrow
::; The evidence 'and propositions submittedby more, anr.eight mid.flL J} I lfVmjUionj of lliU, a young
: '.3 : :. ..u. moms AKD DXIEKUIKKT bv 'rail raid. Thcc61t.falL 'this*!* nenriyr .occurred soon ufIir-the documents: :] ,H will in thft course of the night: approach
IU: H:.' x.. "" TO ALL MUTSO OPPOSE THEM.T were commented on at considerable thrrcs and II half' million' of dollar. C.bfornia -.tho)cato vanished;,but there is no ev.donce; ittoatlywlll bcfi; ,un4-in the morning wjihccobfytsleaves

; ;__ --'-, -'; - i i length,.and a. td.creo uf condemnation and. Oiejjoqore embraced in .thh .ser In show' that Kouthvas concerned in \nnr flout inan the water. The cx.pitirnilnt -

ti'i' AlJGU ,\!_E.,. DECEMBER_ 13fib8o1v ; againstjhe vessel directed, in both case vice, and the wfiqlo of tUe vast Jirna:of>> country l i'disappearance. Tjhesf are the*true facts well rnaytbe continued nightly, until the

a'I .aIo & "'__= __ The sale of the Pampero, we understand, between,the Atlantic'and:Pacific. 'Under ''knownjoeVery person in Hungary.' Indeed plant tegintt&frait* If a prop be placed with- '

The' COJ1t ted Election lor Senator will take place at Jacksonville! about the 17th the five and ten cent rate of?postage* the.Department th'yeio Jbrought to light again Kossuth.-during the jn air inches of a : young convulvulu! *, or
will find it
lust your rcceivcd'06,784,493 oran dietbyntrattack by Szechenyon scarlet runner it although the prop
js of January next. :' ,', be shifted daily. If after it had twined soaw
t from Florida. increase of 8999 006 over the 'fi' c"11ear.cning -, '
I W The counsel fur the claimant Mr Segur June 30, 1849. This is under the old f. F&iLlizx- or A FIRE Avxmiuaox.-'rhe Cincinnati distance up the prop it bo unwound and '
append below a. short iummary of the prayed an appeal in each caw wluih was aw1. Commercial Thursday last says : twined, in the opposite: direction it wil:: return -

; proceedings upon thoad.nwion of Mr. M
lory as Sonatortom fiscal .. head given in tempt; yet notwithstanding, tw S of these
:I this State-we further sale of the vessel. : year is $7,123,448, -tho, precise fifty cents per was Pyro "
I learn that the- ballot f>r a comnvlteo on thisasa income Jrom the law of march Inst, establishing Gardon, to witness a test of the so-called plants grow near each other and have no
II I The salvage case',of Fonlane & Pent, against the three cent rate of postage, cannotbe Fire: Annihifator. A frame building about stake around which they can entwine, one: of
4 resulteiljn. chacoofSenators...BJX* 'the I'eamprrhu been postponed to first, estimated, for the reason that the law has sixteen feel square was erected-the planks them will alter the direction of its spiral and

i I rien, Masonr BrigIt, Pearce anti John Davis.. Monday of April as well also as nil oilier not been long enough operation- to demon- i fitting so closely that !tjjcro was little ventila- they will twine around each other.. Dubnm.il

Wo ob-icrvo: tbtit littlo. 'Ur., Foote took this of strata its: effect upon the revenues. It wil.ll tion to the height ,of about five feel, abovu placed some kidney beans in a cylinder or
claims and
I the distribution
questions as to
Aarliest chinco: to indicate his personal>> hostility therefore, require another year to show the I which inferior planks' with knot holes were moist earth ; after a short time they began to
and should! be the proceeds of the sale. effect of that law upon lh&rcvcnut', both in ued; An:und the b-iso earthVRSpreJ against; germinate, of course sending the plume upwards
not surprised I
: partyistnio -- the reduction, of Jetter postage and the rates the plank so-as to exclude ventilation. About to the light and root down into the

comproiolsoism to have its w lght in The Florida House.We of postage on printed mutter. '' eighteen inches from the ground were -two' toil. After n few days the cylinder was turn

Jho seLtlem nt of this qtio tion. This should learn diat this well! known extablish- 0 Postmaster General, with the fact staring openings;,one on the east side, the other on ed one-fourth" roundand again and agiinlhu .
I not bo tho case. $lr. Yulee has been a seti him in the face, thuf it will require all the west with plank frames fiiums; them close ,i W39 repeated until an enliro-rcvolu'ion! of the

vicablo and able member of tho Senate for meat is about to be re-opened under the management the surplus money in tho Treasury, and large .Immediately, below the rout' at a heiglit I cylinder had been complc'ted. The beans
i i and-shouli : of/ Doer. J* II. DU'UlBLL.Ve are appropriations from( Congress; to meet the of cij ht or nine feet w re two openings, one were then taken out of the earth, and itu..

t yoaw neither be proscribed orvnrod glad to see that increased accommodations QU expenditures or the Department is on the notth side, the other on the rjth.: In found that both the plume and radicle, hud.

,:, .. account of tho opinios which. 1 h o -nr.&t1 .to:.1i! n pposed:>> to any rcducii.o1.n! ihe_ rates of os.ni the centre of the building\ the bard earth, ;, l bent to accommodate them 1 ve*to every revolution
hu ht all Um ifreelr! and frank "avo'edo' Pfo! *' perso. fhgi.1 1tsiWt .....ttui1l ., ." aLIieiL...- -uLd.11dPctJnlrtidlr: ,andjhe one jn its efforts to useeiulpoip1in'iTini1riTry'nnhhV"t' "
Intending to come here ,,111 be assured ,f .' I : ,. i',
: Mr. Mallory'U' also a gentleman n of standing, Great BriiairiAano this; 'iio .comparison charred pine boards which did-not.ccm6TiS, f'TtLifrttrtril: 1
snould ample accommodation as wo'have now. four can be diawn; and'hahhc are reasons' In cnnlact with the sides of the frame. At 5 p.' formed perfect til' rul-' But although" the natural -

; talent and influence and bo retain his hotel and two largo private boarding creel and external, which prove' the imp j- m. In the presence of forty or fifty persons, tendency of the roots is du\YnwaroJs. ifthosiil

It seat_ will: undoubtedly! \make: an'excellent.Senator. houses.f ,. sibili'.y of placing; tho two systems, on the the match| was applied to the combustibles, benellih'bcdry, and any damp substance .0

I ; Between these two gentlemen the saroo.basis, which quickly burnt fiercely.. The flumes : be above the roots will ascend: to

: I only point to bads.-UjJ n: which: was! legally The Home Journal.We mounted to the roof and blazed through the reach t.
0 LATER FROM THE RIO GRA DE'. openings, but before the sidcn of Ihe building -
t elected and this is
eminently judicial l ques. A READY-WITTED BANK; MANAGER

tion, and not a question as.to whether'the one commend this excellent paper ti the 0 By the'arrival of the schooner undo Bill applied had united through the the"annihilating opening.,. on gas"tho cost was During the panic of 1847, the manager eta
notice of on-!: readers, the terms of which will Capt. Wood at (;d'ulveston the News learns I branch of joint-stock bank culled bis
or tho other is the raTra or the Icspta compromise side. For a moment tho flame ceased to remote
be found on our advertising column It is that 6th. Uwga had arrived at Mntnmoroslwith' 'blaze the above but thu accountant aside, alter the close of business
Southern liirougn openings ,
or rights mm. We hope ; 800 men, one mortar,and 'several pieces i and addressed him in term
very popular among the ladies we find and fire was unextinguished.( The door was then. one afternoon, *
to 803: itsittlwJ: iasujlia: .oallnJr.alj to form : artillery, to reinforce Gen. Avalos. Gen. i side and another"annihilator" something like the**. "Now Mr.- yotf seo
Ihe bisis of 11ju. .licial 'prJ81t .'and! that it I II what they approve we cannot gc.in say. his Carvtijal was in the neighborhood of Camargo -. opened applied on but the opening, admitted a draft of how matters btand. I am- off to headomce
a perfectrepertory of all the notevute's and and daily receiving reinforcements. Hi
You must work the brunch thronjju
I WilY not b3 m\)11 to turn on private ,or political -. atmospheri air and in a moment the whole morocasht
i on Jil of thee day, and if one would keep was occupying all .the roads leading :o Mata- blaze and in a minute after to-morrow somehow-I give you carte blanched
bias or prejuJlclV d'' confHentthat pile was in a
are posted up in the current movements of the moros. Brigadier General Ford had gone in- men with planks were engaged in knockingit And he did wisely. His accountant buj jtis.t"atstrt .
neither of Texas raise and
he pirties contestant desire t > to men, wasexpe.cted back coolness, with a dash of audacityin
world. of fashion, taste and bon-ton-dom lie to pieces. From the time the fire was
in four went the News thinks
Other than an itnpartul decision tho it fitted for such emergencies. There was
upon i ignited until the structure S destroyed ,
let him take the San Antonio.,. No filrly
merits ot tho question. % Homo Journal-moreover, I I probably to genarul action was but a few minutes.: a great rush of depwiiyrs with 'heir receipts
its neat fresh would be bought until he returned.It lie told
appearance'and getting up is a tar payment, the nex; day. them
TUI .TY.SECOSD CONGRESS, lesson to us printers which is wasTumored that Avalos would pursue (quietly mending his pen thewbile i ) that ha
worthy ot imitation and attack Carvujal. The Mexican troops in EXPLOSION 07;''. AJTDIROSS.-Several months t .
rinsT' a E S S 10 !f. ... -And its large type. a blessing to aged Matamnros numbered about two thousand. since the family' of thu Editor was alarmed bya was very was sorry imperative, out a recent-"No deposit uruoroi to IOU be U1 taken -
IN SENATE, eyes. Cravajal had not at last advives more than five sudden and tremendous explosion, about ten or paid short ot ten dar notice.'* The -

lien. W. R. King, President pro. tcra.caled! or six hundread men under his command. o'clock at night in an adjoining room. Upon ,if he were at homv, which ho would
the Senate to order at 12u'clockra., after, a AJKANGEMENT TilE RECEPTION The.universol opinion, on the Texas side ot inquiry it was ascerliitied: that the hallow : be to-morrow, might, perhaps, break through .

Prayer by the Rev. Afr.Butler, OF KO-StJUTH. the Rio Grand (the News adds,) was that Car. brass knob on the top of a comon-m andiron the, rule ; but a ;for hunaelf, he was only, a -

Tae following Senntora were present :' vnjal would ultimately triumph und sympathyin had exploded, throwing a fragment ot clearkand: could not ufford to lose his nitua-
Messrs. Atchison, Biyard, Berrien,* Bright, The steamer Humboldt, with Xossuth on I bis behalf is the predominant feelBusiness it with great forco into the ceiling. Tho report lion. And he did nut. During the same panic

Broadhcud ChaseClarkeClay, Cleraenss board, will arrive lit New York about the 4th I .i nj!. 0 wan louder than that of a pistol, and i a cashier in the head office of one. of tao

Cooper, Davis, Dawsoh, Dodge,!of Wis.,Dodge or 5th December, and the arrangements for nt Brownsville was dull. the knob was thrown'with sufficient powerto banks which were then run upon, had a check

of Iowa, Felcb,,Fish,Foote, of M iss.,'Foote,of his reception, on a grand scale! are nearly The San Antonio Ledger referring to the have killed a man. The circunu'ance presented to him for payment of an amount

Vt., Geyer, Gwin ,Hale, Hamlin, James Jones, completed.. The Express my :- siege ot Mut.H 'oros. say : was attributed to the sudden expansion of the which he actulIy had not funds in the till to

ot Iowa, King Mallory,Mason,Miller, Morton, It is intended that Kossulh, upon hi* arrhal "The Mexican National Guards, antI the air confined within the knob, but as such an meet: at the l1'oment.-U6, therefore, with a

Norrls, Pearce.Pralt8ew'ard, Shields, Smith at Sandy Hook, shall be requested to stop at citizens "Mutamoros affords,! more effectual occurrence had never been known before, daring humourwrote in the corner of the cheek!

'. JSpruanc,Sumner Unde/wood,Upham Wade Quarantine for a day with Dr DO UIC. the resistance, and fought with more success than and the explanation was regarded unsatisfactory "no tunas," which was truu enough in one ,

'Valk"r, Wlltcomb, health officer. At the end of that timo the the regular soldiers. It ''Vwa3 from: that quarter no mention was made of it The sence seeing there were no funds in the bunk '

Thecredonlialsiof.tho, lion. Hamilton Fish, steamer Oregon will convey him to the Wall- the revolutionists received the severest1)IOVH. recurrence of two similar accidents in this it and dishonored the cf1lC k. Tue
to meet
of New York; orijuninVQIe.! of Ohio ; Rob. about thence a short distance up thu North ." city within the last week, has induced us to transae.iuu the withdrawal of of n fine .
crt F. Stockton,of New Jersey,;Chus. James river/and. thence to the city :Salutes will mention the fact ns a caution to housekeepers caused bank. ButKon't .
account but it saved he -
.of Rdode Ulad; Henry B. Geyer' of Missouri; ba: Jlrt,4. tit>tarious points along the shore GU*, Qtt.; 27,. 1851 :-Mr. M-irlin, an enterprising und ethers, against the use of andirons of this Letters on, tfie Manal:cinenL.rfa Country tionk. 0

and Charles Sumner,.of Massachusetts, Sena- c luring the ste'imcr'sprogress. (Upon the nr- Sardinian who has been omu 12 years description... -We- have.known now. of.. th .ee _
;tats elect: for six years from the 4 h ot March I aval of Kossuth Custlo Garden,he w.ll bu ,engaged, in trade in New York, is now here, 'different explosions' under exactly similar circumstances I

.last;, were overally presented and Messrs. Fih 4::ceremoniously recvived by our city nu h-iri- 'nuking arrangements to introduce. the choice -allot them fortunately harmless Arrivals at the J.UaCDoUa.

Wade, Grayer, apd Sntpner wcro aworn J tiesan i ,address wiU botf resemed to him and. fruit.! arid wines'of this country into the United but i in each case the fragment of the knob Nov. 24-11, K Blanchard, Pal tfn.' _

1 in. lie will make an appropriate reply. The par- States.: A small experiment made last .summer was thrown off with forco enough to have di It R Reid, Jo. -___
Mr. Morton presented the certificate! of the I lies..m then form into procession. The car. with the Asti wino proved so successful, that killed or seriously wounded any one whom
1 riageoccupied by the patriot will be surrounded it ht Lave struck NVe wculd advise against, 2C! JlcQueen Mcln'osh, Fla.:
: govcnor Florida of the election of the Kon ,Mr. Martin ha determmcd to send home, this imp
B. R. Mallory ; also a copy of the journal of by a guard of honor composed of Hungarian winter, a large quantity of it. This wine ,resembles the use of a ml irons ot this inscription ; or if 29 L J igur, Savannah.

of the legislature, containing proceedingsof i refugees. in full uniform. After mo-eing Champagne, having till the sweet and ,the v,nre used the knob should huyc; n whole Dec. l-K B Gibbs, Fort ,George Wand,

the election, which record i l\ bit been and I In the procession throughout Broadway and sparkling qualities of that expensive drinknndcar drilled in it ot sutficK-nf size to admit the free 3Van G Ranktn, Savannah.

will be maintained by Mr. Yulee, entitle him the Bowery, !he will be honored whh a march-! be afforded In New York at less than half escape of nnry air that it may contain.-South' I'
ton seal sulute at the City Hall, and thence proceed to the price. It can bu retailed there at less than I ern Sentinel, WoFrom .2711.. G Walter Libby, Brooklyn, N. Y. s

Mr. Bright moved to refer the'whole subject the Irving House. 60 cents the bottle with a handsome profii to ,I do! Major Ringold, U. M A.

to a select committee of five. The city authorities will probably give n all concerned in the trade. Other cheap tablo the Wexford IitdepenJenf. do WmTerct,Virginl-i.

Mr. Clay arguixl from the usage of the Senate great dinner at Irving House to Kossulh and wines of the countrr, which are in univet*.l A I.ETTEJtVr1RTI READING. do Dr Randolph Tallahassee.

that Mr. Mallory waj entitled to his companions on the night "succeedingtheir: use here, being in' all resprcis salutary and 0. We will back the fol'owing piece of compos!i- ) 0 do M G'Budalbanc* .'10. '

fcO.lt.: arrial. lr.o from thu noxious qualities l of the liquorsin tion against any thing ever produced. It was '
Mr. Berrien contended that the question to The Tribune says it i is thought that the common use in the United States, will be afforded written half a century ago by Sir Boyle 7-T L Kirkland, New York.

be decided bUbo Senate between the contestant idea of three triumphal l arches will be modified at 10 cents bottle. The choice grapes Roche a member of the Irish parliament in do TDHub'barddo. _

being {the right to the contested seat, 'so as to make a magnificent triple arch thia ,of land of the olive and tho vin, will tho "troubled times of'98," tvheu a handful of 10.--Thomas J Starke, Spring Garden.

the motion to refer the whole subject to a com- of evergreens and flow -rs in the vicinity ot also make a part of the freight of the projection Wexford nvn struck terror into the hearts 11 Fletcher Harper New York. 0
.mitteo, was a proper one, from. the nature of the Park ; one arch over the carrL'owny and line of sieameri which will reduce the passase of many gallant son of Alirs, as well as the
the evidence on both sides. on? over each aide-walk, the three bearing the between the two cities to Rixieejj and scven- worthy writer himself. It was addressed to 11 do R C Uoot'New York.

Mr. Foote raised a question of order. ,but. was' names or busts of \V bington.. La Fayette, t.ccnLlays.-Cor NeJtark Advertiser.KOSSUTH'S friend in London : do J W Harper, Brooklyn.

overruled by the chair. Kossutb. I My Dear Sir-Having noa little peace 0

Mr. Mason Mr. Halo, Mr. Seward, and Mr. PWLADELPHu.-The authorities of Philadelphia EARLY LIFEA and quietness I sat down to_ inform you of.the. Range, of the TEiermomeier.FBOM .

.Clav dicussed the question reference, when. are making arrangements to given an ap LOVE CAr.-The Vienna correspondent dreadful mu >tle and confusion we are all in I -

,Mr. Bright_ withdrew his motiQn, and. propriate reception to Gen. Kossuth on hh of the London Daily News writes: from these blood-thirsty rebels, must of whom I 0 ITS Nov. 1851. 0

Mi.. Mallory was sworn in, whereupon, arrival i that city. The committee of the I I perceive that attention. of the public in arc (thank God ;!) killed and dispersed. We i [Kept at the Barracks; St. Augustine.] :

On motion of Mr. Bright the evidence sub. councils are preparing the programme for a I. England has again been drawn to certain facts are in a pretty lIes, can get nothing to cat,I -- ..
.mittod(io behalf of Mr. Yuleo, and all other grand military and civic procession. The 'connected with the earlier life oT Kossuth, I nor wine to drink except whiskey: and when DATE. S'NUISEDA.U.3P.M.9P.U. 0

,evidcnco on the subject of clcc'.ion was referredto authorities of Southward, Moyamensing and 1! which considered by his'enemies to have I wo sit down to dinner we keep( both '
a select committee of five Pent districts have resolved to join with the I lien the slain dUhoncsty his character. hands armed. Whilst I write this, I hold a 1 54 1 '7-1' '78 7-1

Tlio ejection of the committee was postponed city in honoring the noble hero. The Germans > It is just to that individual thai upon the real I facts of sword in each hand and a pistol in the ether. :2 69 I J 83 86 72

jiil to-morrow at one o'clock1.Episcopal of the ciiw are also arranging for a brilItapt the case should be widely spread, that his I concluded from the beginning that this 3 a 68 1:1: 19

torch-light procession on. the evening friends may know what vulue td, place upon the would be the end of it, and I see 1' was right 4 47 59 69 -J, .
succeeding arrival. for it i is not half over 'ct. At presnt there 45
I living attacks of his adversaries Full twenty ) 5 61 7. 5a .
VisitationWo dispatch (rom Baltimore five DO, when Kossulh! was barely Pighi ; are such going on that every thing is at a 6 5) 6:1: 65 5& '
says :-The Committee of tho Kossuih Reception years ; still. I should hate answered letter 0
stand your 1 6S 60 :
__ aro requested t ii state that the Rev. Dr. have resolved i teen o' nineteen ycuis ot axe, he succeeded in 67 53.
-- to have a grand procession but I did not receive it un-
a fortnight; ago a 49 66 63 65
for himselftlio
KUTLKDGE of this Diocese will officiate winning independent position. .
Bishop > trades
military, and the vorious fire. mail
til this morning. Indeed scarcely a arrives 9 66 68 71 .65
fiscal in
of comitut'or
loft lady Zemplin
at Trinity Church in this! meu'd associations. t :
city to-morrow* 1 county. Ills duties are not to be compared to safe without being robbed. No longerago 10 63 71'.7:1: 69.It '

.ad: the .rite of, confirmation be t'4mnis.; 0 We have a snow-storm here this morn I those of a land agcal or steward to a nobleman than yesterday, the coach with the mail ij9 76 74 '1J2 : -

,tered.. J ". ing. 0 England,.though what-thai individual: from Dublin was robbed neqr this town 71 15 15 '1:1J3 :
0 1 the bags had been judiciously left behindfor 71 76 '78 71. .
fulfills the fiscal also but still
agent ,
:l PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 4tb.-ln the U.,S. Cir fear of accident and by good luck thcrtt 1-1 67 '78 'T1 'Z3
The relations landlord and tenant i in
more. of
The Sugar CropWe cuit Court this morning, at 10 o'clock, Judges .Hungary are very dmurent and require a different was nobody- in it_but..two-outside, passengers. ..- 15' '10' '12 78 63 L
,Grier and Kane presiding, Castner IJanaway, inieves io i.aKe.- I I I-6qS
management. Whether the personal who had, nothing lot me 16 I 3 !J 63 I M
are permuted to extract the followingfrom white man, a Quaker, was on trial notice that a :
placed advantages of the-youthful) lawyer hudaitructcd Last Thursday was given gang 17 6-1 61 .n 65"
a private- lotto from W ibtellig6brplanlerofLevy for alleged treason, 'growing but of the the lady's favorable notice before or. after the of rebels was advancing here under he 18 65 1:1: '71' M.
Co. Christiana outbreak, in which Mr. Gorsuchwas French standard, but they had no colors! not 19 65 69 68
situation \vna gnen to him is not quite < I car;
killed and his
"The cane is turning out 1600 lbs to the nephew badly wounded, but it is unhappily established, ,beyond the any drums except bagpipes. Immediate!;, 20 67 7:1: 75 68 .,
after o'clock
: Shortly 9 an immense crowd
in the including
acre so far. Should the weather from this of blacks and whites blocked the possibility of a>doubt, that Kossuth found favor every man place women 21 59 63 .6"2 4 :
I up (t.lssng'eway out to meet them. We soon
children ran '.22 4") 66 66'
her 4'7
in and tho closest intimacy
out, prove favorable, andno mishaps, we will through Independence Hall leading to ensued eyes found our force much too little; we were too 23 41 A.5 72'-.62
130 13 to 1500 lbs each the court room. At 10 I.:,) o'clock the doois ; Daring the period of unbounded af- to think of retreating. Death wits inevey '
,save hogsheads .'ect:tion the lady to her, lover written near 0 24 fJ.I 7:1: 65r 6S1 ,
and gave agent 0
weio opened crowd rushed in, filling) it and the time
face but to we went by 25' '
The 'n 'Z5 1:1 51
to control :
.according present appearances. over ull her properity and h 'rpurse. '
tho to suffocation. Not
"have had three a single negro As is too often the in such affairs baIlout little party were killed we began to be 26 41 62 61 6:1n
., ztther is very dryland we was seen inside. The counsel for the United '
all alive
light frosts. We have, made 28. hogsheads States were U. S. District attorney John W.Ashmead it The ended in mutual coolness and hatred. again.Fortunately the rebels had no guns except 28 '63 70 63 14 '78 68 70 68
lady, carried too far in her
q changed
week When the ,mill James Ludlow, George Ashmead: pistols and pikes and as we, had plenty ofmuskets' 29 65 63
since Saturday a ago. Robert J. Brent. lIon. James The alkction, denrmdcd statements of accounts 04 65 '.
Cooper. .
runs we have made hogS llaad.'pet day.half counsel for Hanaway were Jonn M. Read, from her. ugent, and even prosecuted him for the sword.and Not ammunition a soul of we them put escaped them all ex to 30 63 68 s.a : 72Dscgiszg. :

tho week hauling of cane, &1=." Hon.,Thaddeus Stevens, Jaraet 8. Lewis, and misappropriation.c1430. of a sum of 14,300 florins cept ito o who were drowned in all adjacentbog 0 Mi

We have often 'urged the importance and Theodore C'uyler. The list of Jurors was (ho was,) Kusutbh&L.l! at that period, young as ; and in a very shart time nothing was to 1 6 67 '55 65 0

,' superiority of the cane over the cotton crop called, and 81 answered to their narn a. und had already made acquired The political accusation notoriety be beurd but silence. Their uniforms were 2 62 66 :59 65 .
Judge Grier said be Would compel the at- enemies. was 3 45 .5:1 0
all mostly ,Afer the action ,,69 47.
in Eatt Florida! but planters desirous of.embarking tend nce of jurors by facing each absentee urged with malicIous'bitterness..and after a went to, rummage green. l a sort of camp we, 4 38 49 59 41 0

in the basinets of sugar culture are 8100. 'After some preliminary !business excusing long series of niriprivs formalities and tech- which they bad left behind them. All we :5 40 51 53 41 0 '
nicalitie .
desirous of seeing practical results, and every jurors, &.c.,.the Court adjourned until: ,ia in the uu of which England is surpassed found was a few pikes without beads, a par 6 68 63 85 67' ,

planter who will furnish to the public 10 o'clock tomorrow morning when the jury only before the Hungary, Jury ,in Ko&iuth the Sedrin at or lust County ap.peared cel of empty bottles full of water and a '1 61 .67 M 59 : I'-
will.be channeled. bundle of French commissions filled 8 60 6:1: G1 0
: I with Irish 62. r"
the result of.hi* owff experience confers a Assizes. To save himself from the penalty 9' 68

public benefit. We hare millions of5 acres of ieiony, Kot>auth: was compelled to luy bare names. Troops which are now stationed around 10 41 65 66' '68 54 0 I, ,-
evil the that do the j country, exactly squares with 7j' 58' I
Neither the nor good men i is
l nd while our cane crops are the intimate relation in which he had stood to ideas. I have 11 M 63 '79.
only with
of suga enterred with their bones but lives uftcr my only time to add that 65 I -I'.,
over ,, bis accuser, ami :o letters which have 12 r ...
tp !?e counted by a few hundreds of acre;. :: : produce I am in great haste., 0 6:1: M : 'TJ' .,69 : -: .' J
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j 1651dnd endingMondayj. Jv : '4 rU' t : -i j
..q'.. f JIIf "t "'" :'" 1" < .I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW AND :SOLICITOUS: 1 shall J J I _....
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.-To Amount.paid r- ug'11-n1.batan on/banl1;/ $74 8 INCUANCERY. i 7": '
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( tho putthise byer&c. Nov. llr-bir received Beef :
I' amount :..
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I) ., $19iL Stalls I .4' nt\y'Jl''t iSJJUM3 3B! ; I '
( (16) I" 16871 eased. the t
do do B'B,Carr lor ,** : 'j ',' '
do tlo doI .
do Licenses : I : I
year 1851 t '
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nr&c. (S"I': J .:. 107fi issued to merchants, (17) .- 85 01 ; 300 acres : ,

.- F Fer reira, for coiif" .!tngen- ;yt J\\1 -do: do ? do do'. W&I1. A. FOrty VARD | SIMON TOWLE.iate chez being I
C ) : 648 do'do sptD uiUuors(18) 12"; of St. ,Augustine Eut,.Florida 4, south( 1
Ch&s. Solana for htulingJatper <, ** ,*.-tfo do do : ty,' ; "t.!- .. I
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: (4) i ..: ,:: 6 i5 do doTca PinAHoys ,- 15 00 Prcserresv Pickles, Ac. ,Estate .... I
ina ,
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,. ... I t ...; FruIts assorted.-PlumsJPeaches- Unless : .
.. for labor : 1
Goe (6)1 87J j 1 ; PRESERVED
\r: I 1 *i \ Quinces Pine Apples, Currants
Pedro Benet lor hire of 'DO- I, a. day of 't
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':I Oranges, Figs, Strawberries Currants and R. -WI', ;. '
(6) 1 00 S I Goava Jelly. Vermacilli, Macaroni ,Sweet Oil, Jto.,..
U George PISP1. for hauliJg I, Almonds Madeira: Nuts, Filbrits Pea Nets, assorted Nov l
nd. ('1) 1 10 : Candy,Rock Candy, Citron, Raisins Cassia, Bay -, ?.,. *
!. OoJfrieJ Foster for repairing ', : Rum Congress Water, Cordials, Prunes Ginger *" << ....
\,Iic -qusrc, (8) j 75' p \, ., i, ., .. Preserves, Spanbh Olives, Champaign Claret Liquors -|3Y: ., :
1 I Ij Iti ii' Michael -Uslna lot baUling. .. r ,I -Farina, Wheaton Gnu, Sardines,, Fresh, jL9 shall '.'.' L"'OIO: '
( 1 0 Salmon,,Pickles, Capers, Sap Sago, Spicis, Fancy in the city .:';< .\,! ,
i s' Pt, P Fcrreira, for cleaning [ soaps, Craeken Andersons Fine cut Tobacco,Myers February : ,.'.: :
IC. &Jt. CIO) 5 00 I Honey Dew Tobacco, &c. rt retafl. so much >> -
B. E. C. RR.. taxes and
1 It B E Carr,on account of En- "
Nov 22. 1851. year ) I ;
> (U) 100 00 845 ; .
0 Cbfis Hacker, Clerk of Coun-, .. : ASTER'S SALE. and :if

,hMHiter.li: 1250 4 j ji i virtue of the decretal orders of thoDistrict don 39 .f' .
: 0 > P .fn"I'1.( Clerk o! ibo ,' .. BY Court of the United States for range 28 : -', I
rket t*I Citjrllaarsltat, 4th quar- "! I I tho Northern District ofFlorida made In a Unless : 4't
(II) 37 60 _.. 1 I certain cause pending in snid court wherein day of sale. ;: :."
,; "barl Ktina as Scarven- : I. Anatoiie V. Kinitsley et ,al wore Complainants I '' .
.-rlcr. (101) 1400Aftciec .1 ..". : I : City for printing 4th '., -A-. ", ;. I 'I 1 .' ,-. were Defendants, shall offer at public sale Nov 1, *', .t *

( ) 6 00' l \, : on Monday the 22d. day of December next between :
:: I Ifun'32 interest ,, i ,J'' the utcjttl l hours of sale in front of the t. _,.
years : W
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4' Aj roprlotbn to Poor Fund 10 471Treaturert I .. : tract of'land known as Forresters point on the ,
$ Ceatmmistion.f side of the St. John. door in the << .
.', East River a few miles .
" 87J received 2J I below Palatka in 9 27 J{ day of '"'
township .range containing
j or so much
-S $4 727tf 'I six hundred acres more or less, and
..... disbursed at 21 !., : I : which said land was granted by the Spanish taxes I851j and ''; :
I year
... 6 16-10 88 Government to one Thomas do Attulliuon the } A lot of '. .
" 4th day of Juro in the sear clghtceen hun : ded on the .
r. It-Balance oa.hand 6 121 j I ;I dred and seventeen and which is now the lots of U ; ; ; J

. ? II property of the, Estate= of the said George Tolomato "'"
$263 '16:i 1 $263 76| Kingtley. deceased. I t Andreu :."
: j 'Terms bne third cash the balance to be secured Wits ', '
Auf inline E. F. Nov. 1 I. 1851. CHAS. IIAAGER, 'Treasurer. by the Bond and Mortgage of the deceased, :; :
jEsatntned and found correct. F. J. Purchaser the in 1 ing in all _
QUINCY. l. : Committce. upon premises payable one, "
I. ANDIlE\V. : two or three rears with interest. Unless
1-2,1851. / : GEO.R. FAIRBANKS day X>f
.. sale.If.
-= !; Master
In Chancerr.
ACCOUNT OF THE. POOH. "FUND.tHye : St. Augustine, Nov. 1851. Nov 1//

, TAt Bt. Amain, PJa in account current with Charles' /faa .er. Treasurer mft. CT: The above sale! is postponed to lot day, '

"!fe ''cwmacmg 'Zd Monday of Auguit 1851| and ending second Munddy of Xov. 1851. Cr. of Janunrjr same time and place. '
Dec. 13, 1851. '
I IAdmlnlltmton'
i 1801. I I 1851.Aug. : B'
.to-To amount pnid Mrs. M. I ll.-By balance on hand $8 70$ zilo.I :
Ulmand a wlel,... (I) I $11 8'71 I Nov 11. -By Fine of D. F. Jones 6 00 virtue of an order made by the lion door of in F \
a. dodo do Airs. New Curnber(2) 3 00 M By uppropriation from Counr BY Probate Court of St. Johns county on day or so .
.* dn do do James Parker cal. ? -10 47ii the 13tn day of June-1851, in the matter of ty County
'' I (tick) (3) 3 00 \, I ::' I the Estate of Jack.Forrester deceased I shall for the ,.. I
J,. do do do Antonio? Capo, do (4) U CO offer for sale at public sate in front of the 300 : '
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.. do dp do Francis Dridier < of I House St. Augustine
i I 'I Court In the city of on township \
lee relieved' (5) fi 00 ;_ ;it t ;',,. : : f, Monday the 6lh day January next at the creek.in : I!
Treasurer Comm fssion. : ., i: .," usual hours of sale the following described
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85, ro-eivrdntaj pcrct $00 121 I :;; 1.J+f'ii.\: : ., 4 \ ...: real estate of said Estate of J. Forrester de- ton.Unless i

k) 9::3 37J diburac..d' at ii. ', i. ceased to wit : all that certain House and day, of .. \ i I

per ccut, CS 80J. ,.; t ,.' I lot of said estate,, situated on tho Fast IMo i
< ? t i Charlotte street, bounded East by Mr.Usina's ,
i --I: ': r824 18 lot, North by property belonging to Nov. J. '; ,

Heirs of Geronimo Alvarez, West by Chnr- v .
AUlu.tiate-E.; : F. Nov. 11.1851 CIIAS. IIAAGEa'L'rcasurcr.Fxamincdand : lotto street,and South by Lot of E. C. Hu- : .
tuuml correct, F. J. QUINCYI l .
C"ln.m'tt. thor '
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\NUJtEW. 'YEN ANC1O SANCHEZ, Administrator. B. : '
\ov,1218M. 4. I St. !ine Nov. 8 1851Adralultttrator't door n .
I ._ Angus ,
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: :.. SCHOOL FUND. 1, Sale.BY t erty or so ..

Dr. Tie'City of St.'Avguxine, Ft h' account current with Charles Hanger, Trtatu'er, in tie .virtue of an order made by the lion 1 on County for : .5
of Su Johns
{ Judge on the.
yterter ct.mmendng. 2nd. f&vday of Avgus41851and. eneingQnd r Jfntday vf Nov. 1831.I' Dr. 13th day of June in the year one 'thousand t 1. One lot : .4
1851. I> 1851, eight hundred and fifty -one In the mutter of -
rnaurcr'< CClf1un"ion.. August 11-Uy balance on hand $44 GNov. the application of Venancio Sanchez Administrator t now
i 2. 1BY'2Yt'1' interest on 0114 42t't' ofthe Estate of Sampson Williams : Francis
1\Of. H-Oa3l3 75 rctehred nt 1.2per acres .
1. .; 31 received this day' from Council. 13 "3 deceased, for leave to sell the real Estate of t Lot of

', I. To Lalonc! on hand. 28 -5 I said Sampson Williams lor the payment of lof the 1"I'a'4
1 e. j debts, I shall offer at public sule. in front of East by
}' $58 59 j. $58 59CUAS. the Court House in the city bf Augustine on the ,

t' St. Augustine E. F. Nov. 11, 1851. tIAAG'iiK, Treasurer.! on Monday the 5th day, of January next, the Rit'!, : I
Examined and fouuJ Correct. F. J. QUINCY j following described premises to wit: That Unless *.
L. ANDREW. j Committee.SURV certain House and Lot, of said Estate situateon .fsale.

Nor 12, 1851... \' I the West sido of Hospital street. in the.city .
" L .- 01 St. Au/ustine,bounded on the Eastby Hospital ,.
= the North by [ Nov
btreet.on premises formerly
deceived brig Wator 5 ,
YOB GENERAL'8 OFFICE: I JUST per Witch I of Ann Robertson on the West by Papy's --
from New York full
8T.AvavsrUtZ,11De.1851, ) a assort Lot and South by Ro erl' Lot.
NffITICL II hereby given lhat Dr. A. M- I ment GroceriesProvIsions and Shelf Goods, ALOSO a House and Lot situated on Eastside : ,
: I_ andolph, Deputy Surveyor, has been Insuucted J Buckwheat. 8tcwart',Syrup, CranberriesAp. of Marine street Bounded East by water By :
survey a nd\locate, the following private I)lcs. Potatoes Onions, Cabbages Cheese side North by James Riz, West by Marine door in t ', <
chim that is to ray, the claims of Joseph Deles I Butter Lard Pickles.. Preserves Crackers. Street and South by vacnt lot. Monday I : ;
piN for 43.))00 acres situated oa the west side ofUdian I Hams Bacon,Pork, Beans, &c. I I
VENANCIO SAN/.JIEZ. Administrator. property
River and opposite lo Meniu.lata d. Theclaim Dec. 13 B. E. CARR. and < ..
of Jftarph DeUsptoe for 10,340 sort,sittattd ,, Augustine, Nov, 1851 thereon **,
ob the west bend of Indian Jtiver; and the ctai ra off Florida Oranges.IgOO ,- 550 -
J Q t Indian JRver, and tfouih of end adjoining the Bedsteads, Cots, Kitchen Furniture. weeks from the date hereof the undersigned private '
fet mentioned claim of Joseph Delespine. The B, E. CARR. apply for Letters of Administration.upon erased to
owners of aaid grants or parties thereof are rt prct- Dec. Gth the Estate of Sebastian Eeploora, deed late of said Ficolata .
fill, requested to aid and assist deputy urncr )- County of St. Johns the Honorable Judge of Pro- tine. ..
ia with information that win enable him to turn bate of said County. Uulecs I :
and locate said claims agreeably to the calls! of ]MAGNOXIA RETREAT. THOMAS NELSON. day of,
the several grants: and those interested in the COMMODIOUS ESTABLISHMENT, St. Augustine November 22, 1851. R. '
landti orin claims with which said.surveys may inurfrre THIS opened those desirous of amusementcan I ? *
are also requested to point out their Lands Lave every opportunity; rules and regulationssuch Tax Collectors Sale. Nov. ?
claims, to enable the deputy to avoid such as to please. Attached is an Oyster saloon : virtue of the power vested in'me by LawI
iBterfcreBGe wi ere it may be practicable and where sad F.atinllouH which wiu be satisfactorily supplied By shall expose for sale before the Court House -.
it is not practicable in eensequence of the calls of said from day today with the Garde of the season. door tin he ctty of St. Augustine on the first Monday ,. t' .
famish the said with the objections Gentlemen and Ladies will be I B ,
gtani to Deputy .Hours of amusement, of May nest the following described proper I
to. the surveys and the grounds thereof. .rom 9 to 12 A. M.and 21 a 5 P. Mv-.The intermediate erty or so much thereof as will pay the State and doer in
j B. A. PUTNAM, Hours and Evenings for gentlemen exclusively. County taxes and the necessary expenses due there. day of '
, Surveyor General. NOT 15 8.MIRANDA. on for the year 1851, to wit: erty or :
Dec. 13 no SOt! 458 acres 3d rate land in Twelve mile Swamp county
p- Meetings.--Private Rooms,Sttin, N W from the city of.St. Augustine, being in on for
: THE WORLD AS IT PAS dES. Public for temporary purposes, aIwaysbreadiness township 6, range 129 south and at the Magnolia Retreat. lands of D L Clinch, returned by J II M Clinch, St. ,
Nov 29 no 48if S. MIRANDA. Executor, and assessed to D 'L Clinch. Marquis ,. '
MORRIS & WILUS'S.X1E Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the H : ..

II JGUKftA FOK 18S3.V Billiard Table and Tea. Pin 41le day of sale., : '7' creek, \ 41-,
B CANOVA beriff and ex-off. ,
I ::4 FAMiLY NBJV 1'JPZRr 4:'t the Magnolia llttrt, t; open throughout'the. Tax Assessor: and Collector s J c. of 1851 the by -' -
.LL day and .Evening *
: mutatu wzEtLT Nov tS co48tf 8., MIRANDA. Nov 1, 1851. .
,K Tax Collector's feale.
:.tnnftnxrxsut OTTBS WCWSUUKS WIU.Mo Oyster House.Tttcn : virtue of the ,power *e tf d in me by law I day of
, in every style served up daily at Mag I D'shall expose for sale before the Court House j
p.vr>> > TSS flu cr wrcur. KIXT.TB O nolla Retreat. Parties can have any preparations in the city of St. Angustiqe on the first Monday of 4

and private apartments. May next, the following described property or so Nov *
Home Journal has now becftme universal Nov 29 DO 48i 3. MIRANDA. much thereof will pay the titate and e MInt, taxes ,
There are few fcmilesi of cultivated babits-few of and the necessary expenses due,thereon for the year
those who seek to nUnn and make home the most NOTICE TO 11'IV: ALIOS. 1851 to wit :
tetiiSrent and attractive place-.who do not cow>> 20UO acres 2d rate laud being in section 34, pflvste By::
receive it. It is read we believe wherever run the THE SUBSCCIBER has some fine riding surveys, township 5,South, range 26,east, and i ** ,
gold threads of domestic happiness and true moral which be will keep for hire upon I section 39 township 5 ..ontb, range 27 east, being door in
refinement which are woven so thickly Into the reasonable teims, during the season at his part of the New Switzerland tract, lying about 28 day of _
stronger and coarser' web of our country's industry Stable on.street in rear ofthe Magnolia Ho- miles from St Augustine in St Johns county said of land
and The Home Journal the lcl land was returned in 1849 by D R Dunham Agent on due .
speaker energetic to the prosperity.hearts of this busy nation in the hours ROBERT illCKLER. of John L Eagle, and assessed to John L Engle. 61.to .
given to happiness and relaxation.At Nov 22,1, no';47-3mo Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the day 165
of sale. eec :
g Ken Ytf, Pr*,,ni front .. Gtmtlrmt ti aa .
----- R.B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off.: 20 and
w. the flouts: Journal is one of 1 which tit re- r"Ifotlce! \ Z I'
.......1Ia renrytd ttxrg suck, and it is unsur- Months from this date I shall present my Tax Assessor and Collector a j c. Said
i psi.e4usiftIn pocItut.e.n TWO& accounts u Receiver of the estate of Nov, 1.J851. I I monlv .
it t jtt, ForoBecopy,03j for three copies, '5, Joseph Hunter deed to the HOB. Judge of probate RiCEIVED.--OoioD. Irish Potatoes before F J .

,or for one copy for three years $5-always in ad.sect. of St. Johns County for GEO.settlement.rAIRBANKg" JUST Crackers, Lamp Oil Soap, Tbbacco.Rice | ,. ;
Bnbacribers wllhcnatdela AddressMORRIS > -
Butter. Lard, Starch, &c
Receiver estate Jos. Hunter, Bacon, .
j & WILLIS. ( ,
Oct. II. i i 11 1;. CARR.
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; t4lloU. B.,,. Co 8tvGtorgt13trettmtiof Tuesday before the first Meoday.ed November.. .' 2> T &c. in East WINiLU44IJ fin flE oad ttigntd.. aiAgsnl ft thLrsapeh4': A W01Ui'A.. ,'COU"'iJUOR

Ihi VuUic cod on. doot north'of;J ths MlUi1 For the eooaty of 6s. Joha'a,.:.n.,tb, *" fim uo. n4I.rfllLe, undesigned u Apnt for } M. ,ptcprtaton ofiera fcr sale ra. / A'PLAW. .5 S
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t Church. *** bNovember.' JL prietors, oftera for sal the followlag lands,to I abla terms th.,follawfcg lands among whcharS urn*. S JLozsoxvuj.z E. rUe S

ndi Flu-id Jloiae. Oa Trtuary :Lan- North of for the county of Nassau, .Thursday before wit: That well known and extremely valuable'Plan., of the mot valuable .Cotton Sugar and T.baoclanuVia WUA practice in tirt Courts of tb C1re.r.

.- ui lio <. third Monday of Nereaber.Fortheegtujty tation,called the Bulow I'lantatiun at the head of the $tta. Sai la' tOD' Qnlr of the Mddfc ClrtaJr,2 '_

.; 1 thet.' gay//.UL Square Oa.Chirfotte* tnd ,;Bay Strtet a few of Duval, 011 the thirJ Monday Halifax River,furmerly occupied and planted by the IN THE ARREDONDO GRANT. and &'wrou gh eeuntiee of the Southern ciLl.4&efq \

floors South East of the PubUa Square. November. late John J. Bulow with a force.of 300 baud, suitable I, ,AtlCHBA COUSTT. the Supt. <* Coert at Tallahsattf. and .

: ., PUtteri HoUl. On Charlotte threeuadTrtas.Mr For.thececatrof Uarioa, oa .axe-nm Monday In for both Sugar and Cotton, and advanuigeoulylloca-1 T i. a 18 ; SectienlJ,14,15,22,23,24.26Sfr. State Dnt..d Court for the Northern Dkitt i :

Lai&i north of the Public riquiN,annexedlo the December. ted on Dl1'liabl'"l'1ten. It lies upon the coa \'aboQ' In"9," 19 2,3.8,10,11,12,13.14,22' Fforid;,and will prosecute ciaims,against the 1hhtd "

''Florida Hoes For the ccandes of Alachua and Levy on'the aec forty miles south of s.. Augustine,and contai'*about i ; ,, S 34.35, 3Q, 13,21.17,27.,*t States before Couiessand the Departtatateat W A ;'

BOARDING HOUSES. : ondMeaday ia December. 4000 acres. 1 ingtoa. !,
Mr*. M. JBcid. Oa Charlotte Strttt Dear the Fort connty.af Colombia on tha.third-Monday Aao.two thouaandacrea adjoining the last described! j 69. ]*I &iD located at 11&.uonUI]! fir life.be -in .s '
Qarracka. 10 December. S land, being the, Pep .Grant inGrab m'swamp j t Io V9.' 'O ; 19,22,2627,2,29,3O,32S 5 his enure and unremitting,attention to his profeasioii
.i i U.S. District at St. Augujine, on the AUo the Spruce Plantation contalng 999 f facres 3334. i ila I I and all buaiars 'entnuted his
: r p.,,. Oa t. George Street, t'.far; deort The Court Crcfk to car staB meti -ii1.
: JiM 9" :n 15,19.20,21,22.28,29/30: ,
suitable! for ; .
Booth of thrCoortHotse an'd PubUc Square. (f first Monday in ApriL Sugar culture and near to navigation i prompt attention

b: G. JV. Peyf. Oa Bay street. cem. of Bay and I THE Tn""V LLEn'9 GtrIDE. New, about 70 miles south of 5u Augustine. near In"10 18 ; 23,10,11.15,22,23,26, I. St. Augustlnf. August 31. 1850.

Otrdea Li.i.. j. i.1:| -CUARLCSTO Also Smyrna.the Mount Oswald, Plantation Hilifajc 3-1.35.3 ;. i Tax Collector* sale. '
: 4: MUTES PRO '
DOCTORS. River about 50 mit jouth'of St. Augustine, near theeoat In" 10" 119 ; 7817192030. BY virtue QT the power vested ia me by law 1 ,
But. F. IPM&n. OiCc* at hi* Pwelliu g House In" 10". 20 II 1314162329. expose for sale before he c.vut Uouw. '
thelate Geo. Anderson ;
Leaving daily at formerly plumed in Sugar by
to Wszo7ork.
: .a Bridge Street. &. / )&. B. Pf f fc. ofHse ooi Su Gtorge Street. 3l''J o'clock '?. x. By Steamer to Wilming'ou ISO 1900 and now the property' Joseph, LautuD,con S ; 12.13.14, 15/ Id, 22,2G', 31. day of DecenWr ni'Xt. the foUowing'descnbed Mef
: 1 door North of the Court House. 1 1DRUGGIST. : miles.-By Railroad to WeldonlCi miles--To I'e- taining acres. of land much thereof
: In" 10 22 It 6. Its. 19. or so will ,the
\l 63.-To Richmond 23.... fo Acquia Creek Also: 1000 acres south of Jew Smyrna in Turn* ; pay taxes there.
: .f' t tcr burg on due the State n4
In" 11 18 24. County fur 13-i '
bull' Icin the north half-of the U=en. ; yeau 3
. Washington 55.-By Railwad 1(' swamp, ?. ,
P.C Chemist and Draggesi. orthE< JiJBy Steamer to
Zylttra. 51. wit '
In" 11'" 19 1, 14,16 17. 13 to r
Grant well timbered ;
.ie PuOhc th. middle battn.LAWYERS. Baltimore 0.-To Philadeljibia 9J.-To New-York nnd near navigation.
: Square, opposite 212330. 165 acres ofeeconj rile Jams head .
.. i: 17. Total distauce 771 miles.Time 6!\ hours. Fare Also! forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River, near of Mo.ws
: I between Lskc George-and Lake Monroe consisting Iu"'ll" 20 ; 'l.18.2U. 3,24.EI.2.f25 creek south of St. AugustineIjriag ia sccuw4 t

4 .' : i i. 820. Chaileaton valuable pine hammock and Umbered lands iovariftus 27.tJ.,33. N1-2of 36- SO sud 29, township 8,range;..1ft .S
S. B. oiiJ. Counsellor' at Law' -offies on ArilltryLaas. The "SOllthtrDCZSteamship) IOITCB tracts. /n''U"3l. ; I.,11,12.13.14,15, Said tract was, granted to F. J. Patio, and eont.
f very tenth day after the 27th of April o'clock r : S It. 01) '! monlyalk l the .Irl. "
87 S3 33 ( Fortun.
Also, 3000 acres in .o\ ltbua county, euitable for 2021. \, phee tustmed ,
I ; 4A. Pu/nam. Attorne) and Cotincellor( ;; Thro in.6O hours. Fare (Slatr-Room) $25. Cotton or Sugar. ,' 35,36. F J FatIO.-lJ uuksa' taxrj.,,and ,e.Jptl\3f' ar pad. ,[
Osprey .
I r 81. Law office Picolatu street. ; i I iVcm Ckarltiton to P1il.llllpitJ.-The 4 o'clock, Also '600 acres in, Columbia County, gooJ pine la 11 22 ; ..,31AltRCDONOO bcf)re the Joy of sale. .
Win4. Forward. Law and So leaves Charleatoa every other Saturday, at Gl R B. .
: Attorney ,, lande on the Santa Fe ,River. S A-'f. CANOYA hrUTaaiez-otr.
Vdter I H ChanceryofUce lb .arounJ floor ot r.31, -through| 60 bou,.Fare 20. Co I Tax AJjejaur J
on Leaving daily Apply tor terms, particular*', &'. to I IOEO S l\Iuo s'tY. a a Cln"'CMJr, s. 4. L
th.SOuthVlng of the Court House. ; ; I I From Charleston tit FAIRBANKS, In"12"18; 1, 310111214.15 Muv3It1Sit.- --. -_
> X?' R. Fairbanks- Attorney tad Coponllorefvr ai o'clock .. H. Bj S. C. Railroad to Augusta 13b Iu"12u'19. .. 2G. :
oigf,18. .
ill Agent far the purchase and aae of Land; Ttt.ieiuccIoa.s; d .
!! Georgia Railroad to'Aiiaeta -By S { r.tl
; < offiw ia the Court Houst mile.-D1 \ 20.21.22,23,24.Jn" .
; .t..m.RI'6f.Yoo UcuiJent Taxes,die.S4.AuKu.tin9. I ,' Y
Railroad Griffin -42.-By t- virtue of the rntlted in
to : pow me law.|
II. -- Macon and'.e tero ... '. .. 12" 20 f / U j.- of 1.3.5,6,7'.9,10. ly
r rUBLUJOFFICES. : I I Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad! to Morig mvryG5.ByEt "F t. 22.1R50. -* ; Jf..I ana.exp for 841 befure tlCoB7j ]lg
; Mobile 331.-To New-Orleans :;r.\ LIT "Sr: fflt17fVETUITY.DWMtb. 11,14.16,17,18.22,24. dtof.in the city of 51.'Augustine om the first Muu.
> .. G. E. Llsmbias Pose bst r. Ho : merlo U
I MtOjfIc !I S 12 26 ; 1. 2. 3, 4, 6, 12, 13. 15, of December the '
13 blllln.I day next .Uowiag Jcacribcd
srd's bvi14ins, $. H. buildings Maiktt t-qu r.. I I8un"or 166.. Total distance J.Q05 aiicj. Tic ? $ ) t tract of had
Central'f Offite. B. A.. Putiiam Sur,. !I Fare 833. 50- TN. riU'fUAL L11 1NVU. : .Ee,4t.f I. or co much thereof as will pay tii.- tUb
n 12-22 ; 6. 7.1*. 1!). th"H"ollJ.u, ;he Suu ju.,1 Cviiuiyjfut years iciyj
veyot General),Hospital Street.corsier'of, Artillery': JFVori' Cterltiton it l-Otall-J> ,\J avani 8b. S GEO. II. fAmn.\ KJ. .nlttowit I : / !

Lane and Hospital Street. ._' i I daily at 9 A. x. By Steamer to Savunuah HOmilrcBy OF NEW YORK I -XO. 35 WALL:, St. Au J atin(. Feb. 16 1850. .50O acres of wcouJ rare (/land, above head NItiwr \Jnft.t

Land Office. -; Register ,' Central,Railroa1 ,to Macon and Western Railroad "!/ CT Accumulated Fuat, Non 1st, 18-19, $! 90O- lying in section I 19 S auj iJU|town>hipi 1, '

of Public Land*-office in the Court House; I to Dsrnesyille 40.By Staje to. Oplnka 100.-. i."i OwP,cftcurely jnvestftd in Bouds aud Mort sgraoa I 23,.said tratt of liir?huaJied acres i3AS1Sd14'JtO2e4'Jrc rtng
To,. T. Ruttilt. Recensr, office ia Court I I By Railroad t.l 10ntlomery65-tJ) Stesuier to Mobile real estate in thiM city noJ Brooklyn, and stocks Tax: Collector',; 05611.'j Cocifacib.Unlcaa S
House < New-Orleans I 66.Total distant 1,031 y virtue of the power vested in tnc ty law I''
.. 331.-To nrtb State and Cily of New York and United B
I taxes anj before
cities shall (. .Ie before the Court House cxpcas are paid i.*da
Jufgt of Prtoatt. (G. Humphrey's idde,) miles. Tune 37 h url. Fare 839. 50. States Government. expose r uf 4-lc. '
the Court House. TABLE.! door in the city; of rft. AUU tine 0:1 the irst Monday ; S
; MIHCELLANEOUiJ This fund is rapidly increasing a widely extended
bffici: 'in of May nexT, the fullowui! deicriboil. R. D. CANOVA, tierfffuut1ez.r.rax .
Pt" B. Dunn. Clerk Circuit Court, j Distances. FareTims.. and L.isine p"'V.- '
Ceurt > 90 h. prosperous rrty or MI much thereof a4 will pnj* the Staff auJ Auaeasor and CwUeetor.s. t. r.Mey3lstI'351 '
Home. 87.95
*t > To Athens-.. 221 m. The Company declared it dividend ol profits of fifty S

J?_/uaI B. C nDt'lJ. SheriffanJ. Tax Collectorofhoe "Chatta oogl, Tenn, 445 13,13 31 two per c'nt on all existing policies on the-3 1st county taxes and the n tii'.sjsary eipcnaej'due. iherfe- JAR'I' J _,__ __
ia the Court Home. I, "Columba.S. C., 130 4.00 R of January, 1848. ; cn for the year Ib51, wit :
One lot.of land within the limit of the city otSt. UNION OF'PIIHAIEi'IIIA)
I Collector of Cxttoms. John M Han onomee1;' 1 Hcamdcn.s.C., 143 4f>0 9"Hamburg All ho Profits :aro divided aiuou; ,

I Planter Hotel.. 8. C., 136 4.00 B the Xu4urcd.S Augustine bounded on the North by Lot ofMaiquie.DeForgeris IncorporaicJ. 2>/ tho I.ejlatau 01
the South ,lot of Pe"I
Cutlornt. Ora Howard, ,office 740 2 .OO- The premiums payable in cash annually em- on by
; Inspector of in.J "Memphi.Teun.. a re -onchev p"Jn 1'h.iuda. S
II AxteU end M rf Cut Maria
\ ; for either of the above place! ? leave .annually interest addeJ the
mvard Buildings, Market square. ; Passengers or quarterly, being on
ami m.inh FOR
I crrrk.aml! wt by Her. II ixteU'a Lot TIIC PROMOTION OP 'tHe
to 1. If. Dr nlCIJ. Judje U. 8. Court ? Charleston, daily by3. C. Railroad at 10 o'cWkA. deferred payments. .
of the 3t; Sebastian creek raid lot wtis rriumed in
District of Florid, t office in the Court HOHMJ: I I M. The cash principle a "pteJ by iliI. Company semes 1851 Michael Uaina.cnJ ssid to Williajt 11. I .'JJRT4S Of B'ESia.V AV TJ1J?.
by astf
I G. R. Jairtan**. Clerk !U. S. Court, office to I It ol Si. .Joan tothe parties fur whose benefit the insurances I' VN1T.DWT.tTLS.S.S.
.1 thi Court House. I i: I Euftittrn Circuit Couri S t are effected the whole of the advantages, without Shadgett.Unlrsa I
and before the
t : I Deputy Martial George I. Zehubaur Office ln Count j. subjecting them 'to the heavy drawback of accumulated day of! eale. cxpetusa are pail OFFICERS. S

th. Court House. ix CIIAHCIRT :' premium netes. '
:: i" 'erSOfliflia) ,effect insurance ort their own lives It. B. CAN'OVM, Sheriff un.l ox-off. IbnBY (:. TAKET, Prtridunt WIILIAX D. KUJ.tt
R. Fairbanks )
r'I JUSTICES OF THE PEACE j j! chit George Master and Receiver spa. anU the lives of others. A married woruan can in- Tax' Assuror aunt Collectord.l.c. Vie.l'r"iJ".t. EDWAED P. Mrrcuu. Treat-

I j!I'M, Gould. }ii ii'iou. of the Estnto of Robert cure the life of her hubandthe benefits of which are Nov /, 135 lifer, E. H. Bvsun,Recording Setrettrj,
secured law fur the exclusive ojherselfur chiidree. GXOMXV.Dxwcr,Corretptnding Ste.
L" Pkillipt. Notary Public- office pa Bay : Mcllardy dec'd. by tue '
Street a little North of the Market and oex 'door Dill (or Discovery Tax Collectors ale, -ooMAN4GERS-

: Ii to the PiMt office. ; C. Jones vs. & and &ccuuflt.E. Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries o: y virtue of the power vested in me by law 1 :
Lambert Mary
I' ,. are specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource IL8 shall expose for sale before the C.urt house J' olin Sartain Charles Toppanr James 3. Wallao ,
CITY OFFICERS Jones,his wife, 'Gcorg whereby their surviving familts may be securedrom door in the city .of 'Su Augustine on the first Charles Macalestcr. E. II. Butler,Henry S. PAttlr.j

Mayor-GtoLaurtnct PAmip' !F' ) Richey and lIalvina Rich. the evils of penury. I Monday of February next, the following described son M. D.. Charles G. Leland William D. Lew.

,' 4jsdriV.a4rusu ,' \\1 1l eyhis wife Samuel Maul. Pamphlets explanatory of tb*principles of Mutual property or BO much thereof aa will pay the State i*..Joseph D. Stewart,:". D., Edwin'R. Cope '

&d.E. ;. den and Caroline. Muul ,Life Insurance and illustrating n* advantages with and County taxes and the necessary ,expense' ,due Fdward. I'. Mitchell. John S. Hart A. M..

.". i Htdiei '} .M4ITrmeD. !; denis wife. ; /unns application may be obtaiucd at the office 01 thereon for the year 1851 to wit ; S James L. CIIJ horD. '

R Qiineey. appearing: to the aatisfactioo of th. Court the Company, 35 Wall st.. or of any of ,iu agents. 550 acres of 3d rate land being part of a donation -
',*, Cl of the City Council, Charles Haager, efficeat It by lilid nit made in this cause that :the raid I TRUSTEES. orriginally to Jose Papy being section 38 of Every Member for the Year 1131.:.

: the Counefl'rocin. "- (1\Idty I Defendants, Lambert C. Sores and Mary C. Jones, Joe B Collins, David C Colden, private surveys,township 7, fcoutfc.rang 28 east, as- /iil rec ;Iv r, for eacii: Subacriptiouof Fire Dotur ; ,
S : MarcJUi and derof the Market} F P. his wife Cecrge Richey and Maltina Kiehey, his Win J Hrclop. Alfred Edwards, aesed to Cole, aright & Co. said land is lying on a print ofHUNTINCTON3

Feireira..*" wife end Samuel Afaulden and Caroline Maulden, R H McC.urr'y. Win Betts, Picolata Koad about fuurteeu miles irom St. Augus "I'lJUlsTIANA AND ilEa '-

4 J fPORT'' WARDENS. : his wife, reside beyond the llmiti ,of the State of Bred Winston, Joseph Blunt. I tine. ,

r. ,C.JaZtiri. Chsrhi image 10".. E. fimer. Florida viz: in ihe State of South Carolina C W Faber, Isaac G Pearson, '. Uu'ess' Taxes and expenae are paid before the CHILDREN
of G.? R. Fairbanks of sal Engraved ly JQSEPll A2fDREirSt Bottm,
-.-- --- ) It ia therefore on motion orgu John P Yelverton, Henry Wells, /day *
AtJCTIONEEE # :: ordered, that the said defendants Lambert j Thee Sedgwick, Wm Moore, .,. JB. CANOVA, Rhf-rUr and ex-off. ; S AND TUB COMPANION,_ ; S

fleo.Center.lf.P.Ferreiraand, J. A, !tit .h.. C. Joe 'and Mary E. .Jon -.a, .hi* wife ,Gorge' Stacy B Ccttin;; .Zebedee'ok, Thx Assessor and. Collector, (s. ;. c. A print lluntivgtortt "MERCTPS DRE4.iLngiravedbyS4. -
.. J Rlehey and MalVina Richey, his wife, and fwmuel John H dwift Jona Miller Nov. 1,1851.

MERCHANTS.JJms9 : Maulden and Caroline Maulden, his wife appear and ; John Wadsworth f David A Comltock.'S RITCHIE, Ne. Yn

Si Cam Wholesale and Retail dealer ,answer the Bill .of Complaint Filed in this cause.1 M Cornell. i Robrrt Shuyler Tax Collector's Sale. Or the choice of any two of the Hi lowing S

.la fiut quality -Family ttrocerlea of al! klnda, LI- within Four months from the date of the puby.l oD Gouv M Wilkins Jamrs Chambers, Ip.1 virtu of the power vested in me by Law I Four Splendid Eur vlbp,

1 .',uora 0.. No.2Eaet ,tde Charlotte Street, North of iks order, or the said Bill will be taken for con. j Juhn V L PruynFredWhitllesey Joseph Tuckerman Jill shall expose for isle before the Conrt house viz :

of the PDb\quare. ;i ifjf&sg 1 ft wed' against them. .'. I Moses II: Grinnell, door n the city of tit. A u jus tine on the first( Monday I.-JoBs Ksoxs IKTSRTUW Mazy -.
.fart Dealer ia Staple and Fancy Dry Audit further ordered, that Publication of ibis Charles Ely Win J Bunker, of.February next the following described prop WITH QCIU'O' .

Good, West lid or Charlotte etreot a feW f, doois Order beymado in some newspaper published in this John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh ., erty or so nnch thereof as will pay the State and Sors..Pain1ed ly Leu tie, l-ngrtned ly Sartaifr
RUTH Bou Painted BQllur .
North ,)Treaeunr Lane. S I Circuit oo'cea week for the vpace of four Months. Walter! Joy, Francis S Lathrop County taxes and the necessary expenses due there 2.- AND S Sartain by ul.EIeV'JiI ,
Setk AT Wd,"in. Wholesale and Retail dealer THOMAS 11OUGY.,5JU4&e. &c. Alfred PeU, J 0 Thatcher on fur the year 1851, to wit: S;
3. MXKCT'S Dutm Painted by Iruatington n
in Dry Goods'u4 Groceries. Grocery store 'on the Certied to be a true eopjr.P. I JOSEPH B. COLLINS President. One lot of Land out aide the City Gate, formerly v.d 61 Ritchie. e? :

ground floor Cf the City Hetd-Dry Gooda;,Store B. DUMAS Clerk c. o. JOSM 09. ISAAC AunT, Secretary.Jostra belonging to Francis Genera, sr. deceased, and .CUXUTIAXA S ITO nxa CUILDKVI,Painted by Hv* .

Charlotte street opposite Misses 'PinkhamsJMitm Anvcst9. 1651. Btyirr Counsellor. flow supposed to 'belonr to the Heirs of the said Engraved AnirtO "
tittflon, by
& *t !f. J' uA.' Dealers in .fancy nOTiej G. R. FAIUANXS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. Francis Oenova, sr. dec aae.l. containing 3 1.2 i And of tke '
Planters Hotel on East will be Ftb 16th. S acres Ices and bounded the .. a copy 'S,
fj if Charlotte; street. ; I be made to the Judge of the Eastern Circuit SJre Lot of John Pomar, deceased on the South by Lot Philadelphia Art Union Report, .

earn Bt .et. Dealerin Groceries, Frovislohs,&.c. of Florida by the Petition of James Edwards,Administrator m m mum of the late Joseph Hernandez, deceased, oa the A monthly pamphlet,containing a report ef the trass* I .j

corer-ofiCupa and dt, George street. of the Estate of t:. M. Wanton deceased ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. East by the public road leading to Jacksonville and actions the Institution and information on the : .

t JXamat Crtttpt. Dealer Farcily ores.jPrQvI.on ;! and George Wanton, Philip Wanton. anJ Charles p-. .JGQ the' West by the marsh of the St. Sebastian subject, of the Fine Arts, ..' .

*, fJM.t corner oC'Chuloutand Bridge itret1.F. Wantonbeirsat taw of said E. M. Wnnton, deed., TIllS ESTABLISHMENT hay Rivereaid lot is assessed to Antonia Geneva. THROUGHOUT TilE WHOLE WORL!. .

/ Qsincy. Watch maker and Jeweler OD. thirty days from this date at hischaroWs in .the City m.; ing undergone Thorough Repairs this Unless tixea: and expenses are paid before .the d1 00. S

Our?. erre't. nearly oppowte office of Dr. Peck., I of dt. Aujustine, at 10 A. M. for authority to sell present season is now ready for etAle.T : S The Art Uaion Philadelphia'" : awards prizes 'bIts .

rAv.. Nelu Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Csps, the real estate of said Edward M. Wanton deed. reception qt Comply. FAMILIES AND R., B.ANOYA, Sheriff and ez-otT. own Cartilcates with which original America* '

Hauan4 Dry Goods, east aide CharlotteeijMreet{ |o wit :37i 13 acres on' the Wett side of River St. TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spaciousApartments. Tax Assessor and Collector s. i.e. works of Art may b.purchased in any(pan of ihe 0. "

earner of CharU-t" street and Treasury J.ane'LatertMi i 1 Johns adjoining John Sanders Plantation. 1.3 S Nov I, J851. States, at the option and selection of the pellQn who
I ..Andr,,. Tailor, Charlotte':street acre. East side of & Johns River a( a pl.tce! called obtain at the '
a prize
aur the J."Jan j I[ Cunningham, and 300 acres at a place called Col BoomP Airy, Glean, and Heat- Tax Collectors sale. may .J'

r U.i.n4. Boot maker, harlo tte street near son Branch. East of St. John River. ness Itself furnished handsomely," ly virtue of the power vested in' me by law, I Annual Distribution,

the CIt\ Motel. I S GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, lY otbluirVaQUu,. .*,> shall expose for sale before the Court House Which take place on the Evening of the last ttetk. -

Michael NeUU* "*n-Cabinet Maker, CharlotteaIz.etjs t i Attorney for Petitioners.Aueust The Haute is well known as being -re'endy door' in the city of St. Augustine n the first Monday day in every Ytar.

Jow erracce 1Il.J Suitb I : 9. -1851. No 3Ilea. 2 Built, Expressly with a yiew .to the occom- d February next the fdHowing'detcpbed proper. TilE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OP THC
2'IanVel.' 3lack Smith, and CUB : .i I. .. ; Ucunlt lit iff odation or Jncalids and other, being entirely ty or so much thereof as will pay the State and ART UNION
:1 t
ibe, North Gate of the City.-: \I I Will purchase all the Bears Land Crease built of Woodj with Rooms connecting, Fold. i I I County taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon When so requests!,select works of Art,without charge

t. A 1 USEI ENTS. i ii| 1 that the citizens ol Florida will ship *m* in Sa- ing: Doors, &c., which renders il Free from for the year 1851, to wit : 'or eorapeoiaUoa;fronj .their
vennahthe Oil at One Dollar per gallon be Greaw I Blinds to windows i SCO acres 3d rate land being 37 private surveys,
Billiard Table All" Ora H w.rd.: Dampness. I'I'I 210 CHESNUT
i must be put up in good Stone Jars, for ch I will through, opening on Piazza Promenade Two I township 8 south, range SB east, lying on Colaon ,
Howard Buikth.Merket .are. ;_
articles be creek in St. Johns aeseteed E M. Wan &"or those ia the who live
The to remote
r' Eowliiif Ueyt Liyuort and Refrethtnenii 'by i iF. MY, 6ifty cents per pound. oiust Hundred Feet. Protection from Rains, Cold County, persons country may
+ r '
them. I ton. from public exhibitions of be
neeIcrtecnantitieBofbothlhe Galleries or
I will v.Uflless
.Bridier. C' 'I Hotel. ,I te pure or 1 Wtnds.&c., forming a desirable KETEEAT from
and consider anJ before the Fine Arts.
articles paid
m.Y jtajes expenses are
PAi/frCw***. Retailer of letters. Refreshtaenu (confinement at all seasons of the' year.The of S
ttlf good judge of it. Send any quantity: from | I day rale.
&e.JCb&rou* street opposite Brjdier's fowling if House is situated facing South in central R. H. Sheriff and ex-off. bs Jasd
r gallon to ten. gillon at a time or more possible. CANOVA Subscriptions of me a jjn'iip, .9'evil d -
AUef; ." i I W. HUMPHREYS, position, and retired from other Dwellings Tax Assessor and Collector, s. :. c.Nov. as early as pr&ctic"M itu U c.nitl members or

# t i: .I't tOffici I Wholesale ,Druggist Savannah, Ga. The House contains 45 Rooms. with addition t, ..1,1851 S early numbir.of the '-'l! !K-tar:' whic will ,be fore
> > : CltyJ NOT 16 IT al Parlours, Dininp, Setting Ihmi, ,nncJ con. warded,upon the receipt of the money, to any part
Ii Picvlotu Mail Stage. Bridiere, -
., I ycniences in general For Accommodation J Tax Collectors sale, : of the country.

..-... :t"; I I 'WH iUtL FJQJJ ;NiYS not -bo surpassed. :'g:5 y rirtuoi( the power vested in me by law I The Honorary Secretaries will give receipts.for

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN The well earned Reputation this HOUBQ .LPba1lezpoee for'nlebef'ore the Court House subscriptions remittances mar be made to .
: CIIUflCIiE.R.M i i I hns from Year-to YeAr acqutrcdjt: will be tbp. dooria tho',;:i1i.oC Sr.Aczuatine :on the first Alon- EORGE W, DEWBY' '.
Monumen '
t.clolic'duroi. North ride m 1UVa.'W mIO'tU E DAVIS aim and of the described ,Coresfo Secretory .
i i'roprictrosf.Mrs. to sustain, ( day May next, following Property j
-.qute. CKvrek. South sid. Monument square.rntbterim WBOIJE1AZ.S AND 1UTAIZ. DKALZR IX fur the. literal! Patronage heretofore she returns oro much thereof as will pay the State and countyi 210 Chesnut Street, Pbi.'adetphiQ. S 1
t Epitcopal taxes and the due thereon f5r the _
Ckurek. OB St. George stxeet, ENGLISH FUENCH, AMERICAN AD lirr tli.'inks. necessary expenses TO OSTJIASTEIt '
Tabla.will be with choicet year 1851. 10 Wit.ZA
: Tim supplied
S .
Bouth'of thetquare. j lot of iaadia the city (f 8t. Augustine boan- lOST OFFI'E ST.\.DPS.
Turtle Fish Ducks
St. street, TGume, Oysters, Venison
MtthHl) pi8C palCMrek. George YEDICl "BS. CHEMICALS ,
Houw.5 DRUGS. TurkfHnnd ,Shell Fish, which at this time I on the east by Dragoon or Spanish street'andkts rliiicuuderigned. Postmaster fieasafit Grove
lear the Magnolia ; rOP PERFUMERY% (:. Rivers and..Forests' abound.' Two ar of G Pomar and A Masters, on ,the West by .1. Alleghacy Co. Maryland,was the first penon ia

t ,. counT EASTERN CIRCUIT I IrFRMs SAVANNAH, GA. our for this Tolomato street, on the -oath bylot of Joseph the U. S. who conceived, and undertook extensivelyto
ni.re.Hunters. sporting t Andreu d'crased, on the North l>y an alleytaid l 16t publish. the Idea of supplying post offices wiQ-
l .FLORIDA.. i I|i iBrniyo particular attention paid to replenishing Fnglir-h and ; Houso.JI. S .S wftorr! inaily owned by the late George Bartlett, cheap stamps. All stamps made by him are warranted

I TER.. \ American Ships NedcLoe, Chest saccording to .r !cs CHrriiigcs, Ponies Guns Fish.Jng::' deceased, and assessed to G. 'R. Fairbanks containing eqbal or'itperior: to any other that call b.

Fcr the- Counties cf O-nnge and Et Lucie, at' Mel- the Laws of EnglanJ. I Jackie Bouts for Excursion&c. in all two acres more or less procured at the same price, and whenever ."1!u.
.ri1. M! for MCSSIB. Louden & Phi1c\Mplia! :
.unrfille.oi ti&irT44ay in AGENT ; I, Very Respeclfullr, ,t .Unless taxes and expenses art paid befrre the sent out in any way 'defective oruneat&actory
ofPatnarri,at PUatke, 'e ndiTub. s Dr Jacob Town nd. New Yoik : tt" llaviland PROPRIETRESS. sale. .
For county dsy of 'plkates shall be forwarded, on notice without
\ \ (. .1 I. Risler! ic Co., Augu,tt ; Tibbitt, Providence, B. CANOY\ Sherifi'
-\in. A.\, I if and ex-off. charge. AH who crder a set of stamps wrra CBAIMX
.f r.he coo iy'of' Marlon.at Ocsla, fourth Monday, ,1 Nov16 lJ N. K.-llli the wish of the Proprietress I. Tax Assessor and Collecter a. j. c.. sos DATts &t Two Dollar only-for thirty pieces..

I. I !d VlrlnIR.t1tter, Ham, Lard. ; that tbe"all attached. Nov l.IgSl. S shall be kept in stomps adlibittua.
5 1 I tor the Co itirsofAUchua and Lev1 at .+-1:I fl ''ot Virginia Hams, do 4o doMiouilers, to the Home fthonm DC civil S ,. atteu I -- Address Post Master Pieaaat Gron"AUtihlD1

I ., f a> leville ,fifbV Monday ia May.t ; J I i Coice: joF4IomarkedUemsdo do Dried Bee !lYe, and obliging.Frth Tooth Powder, &c: I C.. Md

I *>: r thr Couc y of Columbia, at Alligator. *n the 1 I IJo' ) Mess Beef do do Butter.do dr Leaf Lard, All ----- S 'Supplier I Dr. Cfey.>lnud'A Tooth Powder Enslih "S otice is hereby given t' at 1 will six week after -'

,svoc>.. Monda) of May. J I pie! eb tges, Onions assorted nckrs, Florida' received per chr. Mary Ann from !I Cologne \:ater, French soap : date apply to the. Jndgs of probate of St.
C. H..r.n 1
For dr.upl/of. Nassau! at Namu tee ': Oeg !. Dried Frciu. PerSkhr. Gir "y. JUST Ihl follnjuir at tic!Irs viz :: Camp* or Jioap- Honey Soap aborted PerfumesPbilleome : Johns county.for letters of Administration de jbo-
'VPl1F.f.I.4tlVfrfe; tb r fosrtaMondiyin, May.Fortlicccaaty ; 8.'E. CARR. i Oil Bears Oil toilet.ro.dr.fine Sponge;' I nis non.onthe Estate *
Jh Lflcon Sebastian
Lird Cheese laid
Crackers, Butu-r, ,ins. E.peuoo of
of ) ,&, at JackaoniUe, on t 1.su&rthMOPJLY1f flair Dye, /:"ose ,Water, JVUitary Shaving i
t &c. Tens Sugars, Flour RictfC'offee Soap said coanty deccasad. MAURICIO
May, : ; Choice Liquors, Potatoes Omons SANCHEZ.
;( For the' County of St. 'John's at St. Auguttine, I.t Brandy. Hollanil Gin \fullnganl'la Beans, Spices Soapf, frooiri?, Hay, Straps&c. Also Brushes aa sssoiunent Roger's Perfumary of Roger's, Jockey& Wortenhoiai Clubb, [ Su Augus inc, Sept. 5, 1851, No35I
QhescondMO437 ia Jtoe. : I II I fl (, Whifckey, Irish. and Scotch do. Ale and I'origne Corn, ,Oats, Brand!, Porter, Ale, brandy. Cutlery Fancy note and Path I letter ,Paper- I tC lOUNFRSPLENDID,8dllYs ftom NdW'l
t Madeira, do. Sherry GO.(1'ort. I
!i'VAU TWK.Fortheeountit'jofOrangeandft.. : I I ru. Chat. Wine Clarf \ Wine Oranges, Lemons, Cocoanut*. Almond, at retail by D E CA/?#.' York,250 n-a reIsJ8.Hhd W 'Bas loo\ Bo.xe i
S Cordial, ,
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