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: February 21, 1852
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: UF00048575:00075

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;, .THE .AN ENT CITY : : .. Fro7ArL7aur' Home Gazette* putting his hand on tho bearings, told me all the tackle into the boat as she reached the! .I''

.. IS.PUBLISH CD, WEEKLY GOING TO SLEEl. /; was going on comfortable, and. I accordingly water, and as the other man at .the fore of pans: of ocean, and formed the strong und

EVERY $ ATU&DAY. *. .**/ :' -' ,1 retired to rest. tackle did the same, I gave the word to put hope for the attraction of succor, was r
i. i i > succeeded
-''. BY AUCE CA.C EL I" About 10 minutes after had left'the deck, away.Hold hard I"said one of the sailors, by'a gloomy darkness. c .
BY SYLVESTER.. ftIAM7ClT< ,. --- fa Mr. Vincent/ proceeded below to set the timeb who had far more.presence of mind. "Fend Remembering Capt. Sjmono ,observationas
AT TWO DOLLARS Tt* UfXrM, IX ADVA3CX.* : f.". .t to the change of wind in the event of
a' the her of t It drill rain
I Nhvp! t the nxcn'cnndfobyi ) captain's directions, when he perceived wu under the cutter 'ahtJ.Uatave '
IJ.A>>JUTr.tJ( 7'I wifi be inserted at OKE .. O"'ttl..h,1i"J'htl"'DY, ,,.> smoke. and fire coming up the fore-hatchway, though us.** Now-cut. away," said -be, and the having frequently ,noted our course byI

,'" A&., jcj .. uare. oC 12 liac, or un1er, (O.! the first- l And tell meif-irn tliink-thu'IJ die part i ho ship's.galley: 'lId Immediately gave and we drilled clear, the doomed.ship rushing I I enabled compass to'form during the notion previous day, I was "
.. 'J* tIJJ the ftlarm to the officer of the watdh, rand ran i madly forwards,,.the sport; oC. the com- some though a vogue
.. ,, .t... :, ." _,., Mft biDed"fury of.three sasadljvalludcd I one, of the position of the coast of Franca '
1-tl whO _element ,
a '. cd J'I >%>HfcsT; ** .','..i*-.11. ':. \ nbeWteln; >jnttanjj&ram ..i I and BrJiUhchaoneL ahd'Inlbdrfflr \ .9;
" r. ""lit 'me bit nn hour npnVhn ; on deck and'directed:fits: \vuoH>"energies tathe 'rat i hiylr ffrJfto rBest \ ;rB6l1ur ;nbove J aWl ;:- ;

ttels IneerUrd for tit months.O" \ | lirnu the; moon would I lisr,. suppression of tbe fire'.. II the roaring crasti of wind arid wave and fire, -floVdarlQlheThe i-, '. ,"f1d onh .
All: sdveriitwirients mast be paid for before And -wbcii 1 told-:;ln r, she repliedovv r I dad not been In led fur 'five minutes. When rang th'j shrieks: ,. ol the' helpless sufferers oa LnlhL' \,

insertion,cnlm by a regular customer. By referring "// k'wcct 'livill makefthe bkies." I first heard the alarm'bell,-and the cries of btJar the ill-fated- AmaZ'l- I morning broke bright and clear, and 'r

'+ to oar terms, the requisite turn may be orcerU Thi-n chine nr.rns" "Fire"which i were accompanied by the shrieks From a moment of deep and, heartfelt gratitude never was there 'a rising suit hailed l'aa ',i1
fmilo her f eastern devotee
&co, : more fervent gratitudethanthat f
< ( several ot the femule cabin and to Providence we were ouscd by the
t tried ana tranuuitttd with the advertisement. passengers,
Aiit4hougli her .lips urruduiub lushing from berth I cries of our drowning fellow-creatures aroundus with which we blessed Almighty {4
the nnd
my saw .
Advertisement: marked with the numter -' I think!) sparks Providence
situ xiitlied
i 5T unly 0 for
lolivp > having preserved us from the "J
to whom
( fl.imususcynding the main hatchway above the we could render( no instant
J& of biertions required, will be continued until Uiilil, ,lliHt t r- our were* coma., ( .( 1, ',. engines, and mnni of the passengers hurry assistance, for the oars were lashed midships, complicated dangers of such a night. And rj

forbid) and charged for. *. An.l folding her transparent hands ing on deck In their night clothes; and the ruJder was stowed 'a way.. Of two though our position and prospects were by -1

;' Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : $7 Op I. Tog-hVr| on her breast j I retired to my cabin and put on part of my loose oars that had been thrown into the boat, no means from those choice which the would havo been selected in- 111.

.;:;. Application for Letters of Administration, 5 00 Sh" fell in such n tranquil sleep clothes, when the increasing confusion warned wo pushed one to a poor ,creature who was buoyancy of hope
duced us to. think only ot the chance of bern :
l O:: All! religious notices "will be inserted gratuitously. A s sea rcc, ccns b rc.i.:thing rest. me to lose, no time in reaching the deck. within yardsjof. but the.shrill1 bubblingcry by a vessel.
The first I which his picked up passing ,.
'", fAa *** person saw oh reaching deck accompanied effort Teach it.
1::; v Wns that the'lhird slroke tftho clock ;; \vns !\Jr.\ Burnett, o't Trinidad. standing in his told too sadly it was in vain. I, joined Vincent in the stern, and we proceeded 1f

; AH bills forJob'rrlntlng! ," must be paid: on The hour is almost hhJ.- night-shirt, with u life-buoy round him, which We were now hailed by the dingy, which to con over our probable distance .

& the deliverv of the work. .' Above yon bare .1 lid jugged rock tf brought to my mind that I hud left a lifebeltin had left'the vessel about the same time nste ed from land, and aswe knew that unless pick .

: O" All letter: on bu ntss,and'communications,, Should shine the dm ol gold. my cabin, \vhiclt might perhaps recover ourselves She was fast filling with water, f :up we could o6t make it for five or six '
I" I !I. itf'lmd which Vincent days,even with favorable:\ wind, we arrang -
be to receive attention.AR ; yet time. I 'looked toward the flames, wus bailing out with his-boots J
matt faST FAID '
Ti:< coming 1 (the glow' I I ed for a division of the men Into'watches, taking
up 5'0 which were rising from the main and fore having ,cut the tops olf.Vo :called them to'
-- -- -- Hui'ii f.iint UlOflgthObltJC ono each.
; hatchways in so bright a mass as to convey come along side,'and took them intoiho life
Ordinance prohibiting* : IXor- Itow. si.n )her sleip is'* (slinll'I call, tlc impression that tie Lint had originated in boat, laying'Mr. Steely, the passenger, who The wind'considerably abated, and we !

and Cattle front .:cdllg at That the'mI..y see It to>i 7 or near the oil store-room, and that there might was more dead than alive, at the bottom of tne pullod steadily on for 'about three hours longer
largo \villilu the City of St. .Au;us* S' H I .. be time to regain cabin which I succeededin -] ,'when tbe man on the look out forward 1

' tine, ". N'I\ friend ,she wouM not, scr-, ;the, light, doing, though tho my windows were snappingright boat.We took the dingy in tow, and got our rud- cri d out that ho saw a sail. At least a quarter
ordained the and Aldermen Though you h Vr'so lou I, and left with the der threw oran hour elapsed before it could be again -
I He ly "Mayor of So briiifr of'lint'fi heat of ;she flames. shipped, the masts overboard, (toe
,. tie City of St.\Attg"tinc. Tli t from aud after the .- The CJrtho, dainty Iiloud.. ";., could not at_ first lay my band on,the belt, we had no sails, got thg oars out into their sighted, and still longer ere it shewed, by )
l-tEfflge of ibis ordinance it sha'l not he l lawful, for measure i it being dark;just.us I bad found it a trumen- cruthcd:, which we had not been able: to find its increased size,that it was outwardbound.We .

4 any" horse, mare, gelding, colt or. mule, nor for Tho drowsy sexton rmy. not .\Vtkft.' culls! crush of the glass panels of the division till then, and pulled away for the burning Ship immediately altered our course, and

any cW.heiffr, bull, ox or calf to run at 'large in ilo n u..t. be eallrd, betimes. t ut the end of the cabins announced the approach to try to save some more live: .-,. The fire commenced pulling dead to windward, so 'as
the streets. "f'tbe city of &. Augustine end r the of the firo aft. of the to 'intercept her, which, with a couple of hours, .
'Twil\/tnko him all:i the day to make gave.us, plenty light, though moon
penalty One Dollar for the first otrtnct",nnd for hard pulling, we managed: to accomplisbandhniled
Her ruve beneath the limes. Oa leaving my cabin to regain ,the deck, was obscured by clouds. The wind, however,
rubsrquent offence Two Dollars the her before she of
any upon own- was aware our ap
several had
ol the cabin now fncreasted and
the to
passciigersappalled at a severe gale,
thereof. And it thati be the of
rrorkerper the City Ma.shal.andit shall also be lawful duty for For When our liuIe'EHjos died! iipprcach; of ihe tire, dared not attempt the approach before we hud proceeded far on our mis.it n, proach. She was an outward-bound brigand
from her white sails and caboose we .. .
other take horse Tlic dll} 'II were nut lift lung :_ of the compunion'htairs; I urged ,them a heavy sea struck the. dingy and capsizedher green '.
to ,
any person up any mare took her of
and ,
jrelding, cult or mule end aLso any cow, heifer, And what with telling ghostly tales. forward in vain, and drawing a long breath I drove her on our stern, broke_ away .m'n hailed to her a in foreigner the Dutch, one our

.lua, oxof" caif lounJ running at large contrary I And huinrniiiK scraps of'sung, gained the upper deck unhurt. our rudder, and nearly half filled us with As had been language.
we approaching her, thinkingof
the of this ordinance. No description could convey any adequate' water.I .
10 provision
.$3. Le it further ordained, That it shall be the To school-boys giuh rnl l curiously impression of the scene which there presented was in the bow, and sang out to cut away the bark that had lull us during the night

: dUff| of Jhc- City Marshal, i-mncJintfly: after the '. about the bed so hill, it.icltVith the exception of the officers and the dingy, and get her head to wind, ,which we were speculating on our chance ot obtaining -

taking up or delivering to him of any. horse, mare, I heard them digging till! the sun men of the night-watch, I was the only one ilr. Vincent, who was in the stern, hud already assistance, but we little expected that

griding colt or muleand any coW, heifer, bull ozor Was ,duwn behind! the; hill.r even partially clothed. commenced doing, and scarcely was our first hail: would he followed by every exertion ....

I call found running at large to give notice to theojxfef O. ilo-not I < Whatever ,human exertion could effect was this accomplished ere the approach of a to get away from us. The wind had
thereof and such horse f fI weep ny fricpd, pray.: however, competely! lulled ; I saw that we
I I. keeper retain ,
or These b-auisUiut round attempted by Capt. Symons regardless of himself tremendous!: sea through the surf, and1 over the .
I i "r4wirei. --bV-!! c __ hen creep, induce the had the spe'ed of her, and I shouted to tbe
....Xee..U. .to assistance ut others to extin.guisWTheflgmebuy top of which our bouts gallantly rude, gave
anVull 4tvi..I. t.tA. y'I'; :;' to and would board her
men give
calfftUWh brkf'tpfng'.1taU we
(>f penalty expenses way
: ( ; ,
'or4ltIpid.&vQ.II.- -
in"YA1Di o Jut."bW ..1IJ.l.l we still.migntjivo
That + ; ..
be paid to the prooti taking vp the same :1 tjouUird, once rr bleep. their that' bv .fotce. .,.. *.. ., ,
progress I all the communication. fore- through, that uwtul ,night. It, was.'uowtVer; : .H + % % '.-'..- .
Provided, Tlmt nothing herein nan ed, shall te THRILLING ACCOUNTS OP TUB -'DESTRUCTION and aO, was! already-ob trucie'InTii last order vain to attempt the rescue of those who This was unnecessary, for the captainwhotti : .

construed to prevent bores, and cattle from being : THE I heard him give was,"For God's sake, Mr. were drowning round us. The slightest the gale had kept on deek all the previous

driven through th*. streets to pasturage: ,in charge ofa OP AMAZON. Roberts, put her before the wind." deviation from the wind's eye, in such a sea, night and had been asleep in his berth when

competent driver, or with View to bring them XARIUTIVE OF A, SURVIVOR. This Mr. Roberts immediately attempted, would havo swamped our boat. Behind us we first hailed, now came on deck, backedhis
into, or re oving them from the city ; and any Mr.' Neilson ono of and Vincent who the mainsail' and mai topsail, and calling us
of color of of hc offences the three passcngcitf young was lowering down burning ship sned a light which illuminated -
freepert'on provided<< for in tl.is,ordinance guilty may any be shipped by pickcd up:by the brig ilarsJen, oa the morning the uin !y, jumped'to the helm and put it hard the sfcy and sea for miles ,round. Be- to come to up alongside, cast a rope to makefast
boat. down
order of tbe Mayor and may receive any number of uflur the burning ui, the Amazon, has ud- up, un'il .tio| ship paid off foru us: the sky and sea seemed to, m et in there was our so much Though sea the wind to render was it a;

lath** exceeding Ttresty ;or commute the same dressed a letter, giving tfio t"ullt.t. connected In tho mean time the'aftermost boat on the one dark untlistmguishable mass, the imTie- difficult matter on ns Several
account of the calamity side I think the boot lowered diate opproach of the waves being indicated to board the brig ,
by paying a fine 01 7\o Dollart.J yut published the port (1 mail! ) was were thrown of which seizal
That all fines eititor of The LundSn 'l'i 1&CtVc down with in by rushing sound as their crests b/oke ropes over, ono ,
3. Qeit further ordained, recov- copy es- probably twenty-live people but from its I
only being secured
ere! for;: a violation of this Ordinance shalL go one sentiul partii ol it : 'j her ; but the moment she touched the water she far above our heads in a long whkb line offCam full overboard but partially :

kalfo the person taking up such hO.1I .. mare gel- The wind was right ahead,.but heprosrcd- 'swamped, and all hands that were in her drifted glaringly reflecting the light of the not a bit the, was and immediately all succeed picked

tftng: colt or mule,or cow, heifer, bull ox or -calf cd stcnclily! on till about 9 oclockrwhtn ,the astern! all clinging together with dreadful burning ship behind u*. In this position up in getting on board worse the, we Marsden from

and Ihe other Half to the' 1'oor Fund of the City of bearing the cranks of_jhe puddle-shaft' became shrieks. without food or water, (for we staved our London, bound'to Carolina.brig .

8f: Augustine. so hut thai she wan stopped! until' by The next boat forward (the pinnace) was only small water-cask to bale the boat: when I II
Parted in CouncU.lannary 3d, 1853. pumping wa'cr upon thcrh for an hour, she was also lowered full, but by some accident tbe nearly swamped,) wi'.houticbmpass br rudder I ,- '"
OEO. L. PJJLLIPSllaror.Attt'lt enabled to proceed. This operation was re after tackle alone got unhooked, and she was and se.eral only halC-cl tbed. we remainedfor I SPIRITUAL RAPPING

< j. p.-A'ed during-the night and the following dragged forward by the fore tackle with such about three hours, Vincent in the Atern Mr. Nathaniel Randall writes to the New

> CiIAS., HA ACER.Clerk of the Conncil. mornihg, and on Saturday, at ))2 o'clock our rapidity that the sea swept round her sides, and .I in the bow, watching the approach of! York Tribune from Woodstock, Vermont'

- position wan Int. 49.12, lone.. 4.57. Toward and washed every soul out of her. he waves and civinz tha orders to th"J men to I concerning the progress of the spiritual rap:

A Ordinance making' provision evening the wind increased, sun ahead-our The next boat on the sum side was a No. 2 pull starboard-or pull port, so as to keep her pings in that State. He is represented to bea

.t2. for tbe expenses of the City ofSt. course west by (south and half-south. Between life-bout which 1 observed several hands bead dead to windward.. highly respectable gentleman. He says

Augustine for tbe year 1853. 8 DUd 9 o'clock I was walking the' deck with trying to get her into the water while the fire During this time we were drifting towardsthe that these demonstrations were first observedin

Mr. Best, of Barbadoes, of the aft and the of broadside that quarter last summer, when the rnedU,
'4 Bait ordained ly tie Mayor and Aldermen oj speaking state was rapidly coming on platform p"whlch>> was burning on to I
tJU City of St. Augustine, t* Council Attended. of the engineson which they were then pump the paddle box was n White's life-boat so the wind. Her mainmast weld first and then urn" was a boy from Claremont, N. Hampshire :

'. That tor the purpose of raising supplies for the feat ing. 'Younppear very anxious about those sccurred as to'render it almost impossible under the foremast, and a considerable: time elapsed who was driven out of town by a mob

one thoosaad eighi hundred and fifty-two. the following engines en id he ; "is :there any1 danger ?" such circumstances to get her 10 Se. -In before her mizenmajt went; directly after who unanimously condemned the whole pretence -

c Taxes shall be assessed, levied and collected "None," said I,"as long us tliere is plenty of the mean time Mr. Vincent, with three of the which I noticed a slight explosion of gunpowder. as a blasphemous imposture and. took

that is to say : sen-room ; but, with our engines stopped,on a, crew and. one passenger, had. got into the Previous to tbua bark hove in sight and this method (on tbe 3J and 4th of July tQ

On every able bodied slave belonging to residents Ice shore would not give. much for our chance dingy, which was barging over the stern. A pas d between the stern of our buat and'the testify thsir love of liberty.
within said City between the ages of fifteen and ; uf escape in such a night, us we are likely to similar number of boats were on the starboard burning ship. We judged her to be outward Since then the fire has kindled and spread l

,.fifty-five years Tudte and a half. ctntt.On have trom the appearance ot {he weather." Mde. The aftermost.boat (which I think wa bound, from her being under closc.reefed top untilnow there are' about fifty families in that

every slave belonging to a nonresident of this "1 hope," said he, there is no chance of fire, the gig) was lowered only half full, and got sails. An she ;passed between 30J and 400 town whereof,ono 6r more members are M medium -

,State for hire or service. Ten Dollar as we should have two elements to 'contend away. A second cutter was lowered full ot I yards distant, we several times hailed her *, and the manifestations have been

On every able bodied Free person of and color fifiy-five, maleor with' '*! hope not,"' I replied, -'for we should people. In the next boat,(a Green's life-boat) i with our united voices, strcngbened by all witnessed from day to day by the citizens of

female between the ages of fifteen have three, u* it is evidently going to blow a were about twelve of the crew most of them the energy of despair. Sae answered us an,1 all classes whose conclaiinn M nearly unani

years. ,On Tteo Dollar two wheel. pleasure carriage drawn by tale, and wo must then look to.the fourth for, dressed, trying to get her launched, which brailed her. spanker, and we thought was mous that the "mediums" are not impostors,

howe every One Dollar.On our refuge "God forbid !" said he,threo to however, they could not effect, owing to her preparing to bear up to our recue.I whatever the cause of these singular [demonstrations .-
every four wheel Carriage drawn by one horse, one: lire tearful odds. Good night," and he keel being socketed in the keel-crane, which shall never forget the deep sob of hope may be. Many believe them to be ,

\ D\H.DoUu., went below. I then proceeded to the engineroom projected from theship's side. with ,which I noticed these preparations, or caused by the spirits of their deceased" ;tfrlend..

.; Oa every four wheel carriage drawn by two hor. and found the bearings very hot. 1 My first intention on coming! on, deck in my the bitterness of feeling with, which\ saw him The" fact that the "manifestations, whatev.

1.... Tour Dollert. mentioned to one ot the engineers rar BDorohensions life-belt, and seeing the confusion: -that preva'dI I spread his canvass to the wind and wear round er their originara extending in various. quarters

On every horse kept foxlure and other horses not for the night an4 recommended to ed, was to wait until a boat bad got clear and pa t the burning. vessel as be left us to our (says the Tribune) seems worthy of notice. .-

Ikept' aidD i 11lor1&bortr 'Ctntt., I' Jacket!"pcedj. .while we WClU..7clJSpeaklog.thq then jump overboard and swim to it; but on' fate. .. 4

6 2. i;9 it Jnrtker ordained, For't'TtI'"UeeDIeto. ,bearings became to hot that the contentsof observing the coolness with which the men in For some short time past I hid noticed a boata -

.have orkeep soy and every Cart, Dray ,Wag- the grease cup burst off like so much steam. the life-boat were working I determined :to short distance from our starboard beam QUEER WAY OF SETTL1NGA. DISPUTE .

con or Carriage of either Description lor the purpose Mr. Angus, the chief engineer* who had been share their fate. and accordingly got into which I believe was the gig with apparentlyabout .

for carrying or transporting for hire or rewaro.Goods front most constant in his attention, was immediately the boat to assist in launching ,her. Our half dozen hands in her. She now A San Francisco paper gives the following

Wares,or Merchandise' or any other property the rate ofZL'Odtl on the fcpol, stopped the engines,'slacked united.efforts proved ineffectual; the fire had began to call for nsssistancC', which also we account of a cool proceeding that city, which

C:)ni place to another within. this city. at the caps and applied, the pumps for two hours reached the companion, when one of the could not attempt to offer, the sea'was' running illustrates very forcibly>> life in California.

per antntm.iXBe sections, two before we could proceed. I had several times men, seizing, my arm, said, "jump on deck so high. A party of four persons were spending the
itfwtker ordained,Thst I
',three, of the Ordinance during the day conversed with Mr. Angui on and haul away that tackle (aU.Ve both This continued for some time when the Sunday quietly in playing allfoursOne 'of
four sis
ecvenand ,
making provision, for the and for paying I i|.1 the state of the engines, which, he told me. he did so at the after tackle, two other men being hailing suddenly ceased, and as'I never saw the parties,however, not content with the chant
expences chain the
",the debta of the City of St. Augustine, passed the did not expect would, get sealed to their bearings at fore tackle. We raised the boat, with her afterwards, though I often looked most ces tithe game, and determined' established to kindof ,

third day of March 1849.and also sections, tWOs for at least a week. the men in her, out of tho gripe of the anxiously in that direction, I connote resist fickle goddess to his side, a

three. and four of the Ordinance making provision ] 'Jrrom the necessity of keeping the bearings crane, and one of the men loosing the bolt, I the sad conYiction that she shared the fate of telegraph with his partner table after, by each laying deal his

: for the.expanse i of the City of St. Augustine pas constun ly lubricated .a very large ..el..of got over the ship's side and shoved the crane the other boats. hand carelessly on the tatelligiblr ,
vvsed sixth; day of January 1851, and all other or.finances -. grease stood at the door the tore-roonjwbich in, and the boat began to lower. ,: About 40 clock it began to rain heavily and extending his fingers, designating very -
of which he held.
and parts of ordinances that can be applied -; was under, the galley. At about 111, tic engines At tfTis time the sccon4 cutter had reached which beat down t'-e sea and as the wind the number trumps

: In aid of the provisions of this Ordinance,cx.ei1cb I were again put about, and 1, wtnt. on; the 'wcter when, a sea struck her bow, which bad hitherto been S. \V",Rot round to The device was ingenious and highly success,

;: as may be inconsistent with this. V> and' deck and joined Captain Symons, who staled. and as the ship rose from the swell of the teN., it blew more steadily and with less violence ful for a while, but was unfortunately discov..
*Tie same are hereby declared: to be in full force. tus apprehension ot a heavy gale before..morning -, waves she lifted the boat perpendicularly by ered by one of his opponents, who,on a repetition

:Pasted In Counctt, December 6, 1851. I when he expected rain and a change ,of! the stern tackle discharged all she unfortunate We accordingly put the boat's head down of the offence, very dexterously whipped

i :Attm' CEa L. PHILLIPS, Msyor. win i to the nonh ward., We conversed till midnichr. inmates but .two, who bung shrieking across the wind and pulled away astern of: the bur .out a bowie-knife and cut off two fingers !

'* when he 'went below. the thwarts. ningship. Her chimneys were red hot, and Toe unfortunate hombre screamed with pain

:; CUAS.. HAAOER., Clerk cf the. COl1we, "& "pg'PQctilllly-converl4nt, with machinery The flames were now rushing up the companion as HO crossed her stern at the distance of a- and having picked I"up his stumps, rushed of the

",' """f" n I I felt anxious ,about,the state ot the engines with such fury that-.'they caught the bout half a mile, her magazine exploded,discharging frpm tbe room. His partner: inquired

.t "',;' I Cllolee ,7Jquors, &c. and waked| the deck until 1.11:. when I gain two menu bo were lowering the fore-tackle a considerable number of rockets, nmateur surgeon, what his reasons d.were"1& for

\ItraRdv I : Ifoliani Gin Mononga1e1aWhI1keflhtiihind '\ ,went to the engine-r ru, leaving Mr. Vincent, of our fire.boat, and burnt the hair off the face and in about !half an hour after her funnels such conduct for when he friend quietly that repla ho J had was noI

. ,Icr. ChaaiipgneVine Scofch'do. Aleand: 'Por- ,.midshipman the, wDtch.on"deck. ;'f'< I'of one of them,who immediately jumped into weut over her side ; site sank beneath the I.I fortunate your he certainly would have
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Tort do I Cool that.
Congress Water Cordials CUwt Vine, I i, walked off with fewer fingers. ,
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," I .:- THE ANCIENT crry.t n -Atlanl! c& Gulf Central Bail RoadCcSEC. ,O Oa Sunday: morning last tJ a painful: suuii, there will. be u(.ham The has Democratic.lately excited .much :utu'ui.hlQr'tSJ- --, ."
life I party are torn assuaderK "
occurred'that terminated: the of \
7. Be :U further enacted That the lid' dissensions and from the annimosity,whibhS
\ AsttftA, cool in this lot-I .J
to ,
Fouoa. (widow of, the late keep *{
II Company shall: have the right and privilege on both sidcs.therc i U little. prospects of a
'about '7$ Mrs. FOLUS was a natfyc : and time goes dull them. One anmonic Olt
to construct and complete: a Railroad, with years. portion who come ..
one or more tracks or sets of rails for the cars gia, but had resided in Florida for more mustjsubmil, I only hope 'cipally from NewYorkwore" anxioa prt.bUt.

"; j, for lho. transporiaticn of passengers praduce, !]! yean. She had been for some years ocean but once more. II a preponderance for their section by &a

goods' and all other articles whatsoever, to infirm state of health' and on Sunday' I think we shall etch choice of delegates to a State Convention, ta
; commence at some bay cr' point on the Bt.Marr' be held shortly for the n p point rnent of dele" *
accidentleft alons for liltle.wbHe during There be :
TO ALL WHO OPPOSE THEM.i a must, some
Atlantic ind thence gates to the Democratic National
.! .. river/orJho ocean, ConventHa -
t the of Tallahassee time she arose from her bed and 'PlUIt or else Cap. Poi- and for the nomination Candidates
: continue, by city t ) some hrckc? :.
II: ST.AUGU8T1NEFEBRUARV, ;:t,1882. by or point on the Gulf of Mexico, by such preached, the 'fire,so closely as tojbave of his coal. She makes torso! President and Vice President wbju ;

route or routes as,'may bo designated by clothes,contact with it aa ah !!fi;was found per minute.*. the other! party,who hail fromihe more SwtrrD \. ':

;: Ours<
We have Ancient for Stockholders, and approve bv the Board of Mrs. F., was a Member of the! Methodist, home-8ick"iom5re Both parties are unyielding, and both Vfticnd ,
carried on, the City Internal Improvement ; and tot the belter accomplishment *. I commenced this : delegate to the Stale Con vent ion. .
: some two .years 'past, and although we believe of the objects, rights nnd powers and in all .relations of life was and to ,' for fear I should not .1. The intelligence of the suppression oftiid "

f we have benefited the prosperity dour herein granted it shall) be tho duly of the enant: obUptiou. both public sheet Indian disturbances in Southern Culliftrn: '_"
i Cityand'' its inhabitants lo n great extent, Siato Engineer, under the direction-and instruction to give you a long i ill fully confirmed, but it is feared that tal'
f of the Board .Internal. : Improvement New York Corre.p page fur items up the riv peace i h only tempn pry. The Aha Cjjf.lila .
we regret to say that wu have not received a to make the necessary reconnouancc NEW YOB*, Feb. 3, :! e themselves cards, of the 18b December, says: -if. ,
i ; corresponding appreciation from those who examinations and experimental surveys, with M Antonio'harm, the chief who has
[ For two days post, we',have bad dancing, but it i is dull mu orgaa. '
ate principally interested in the property and proper estimates, and the necessary charts I iz"d the hostile Indian, has been token pni\
eeruleari"skies. but below ((ike the i mo, and the worst is: to
t business of the place. With a single exception and diagramswhich tull be iiled in the office liner and will as t on as possible, be tried :.r.
the merchants of our city have beyondthe of the Board of Internal Improvement ; mermaids) it is ,scaly 'cnouh.\ Still this is not "going by the civil authorities. Ko bad not!, reached*

and the said route may be laid off into two or The streets are half knee 'deep must indeed be tedi-\( Ins Angeles yet, but there is r.o doubt that he :
amount of *their subscription afforded us '
more sections cr division, and may be taken would be tried, condemed and executed. Iia .'
no patronage, although wo have gratuitously two in snow, just moist enough to; ruin the ."
by or more companies, with capitals thought that his execution will cause a nor'* "
J pubtished their business cards.- A businessman proportion the estimated costs or length of skirts (unles*, resolving "to 'do or e to write hero, among ..fceriou outbreak on the part of the IndJarj 1"-'

who doeS not advertise is far behind the each action subject to the approval of the are Bloomers) but not sufficiently : ins ship, too,; so I'll saw Bill J/nrshnll, umi Urn Californian, Bera.wba ...
'. Board of Internal Improvment; and ajl com. off. I were on trial at our latest advices from Sajj
tact of the commercial:.class in general and I run I another dash from Pan
panics so created and constituted, shall be : Diego, were found guilty and condemed to
is undoubtedly: himself by far 4ho greatest equally subject to the provisions and restrictions I' Money is easy in IVall street:. and i, With gi>od lUCK... ..., to reach death. They were executed* on the 13th inn, j:

loser. We have aimed to make: our paper. I of this charter, wjth all the rights, move with tolerable! celerity. Cop 'It is said Uwtt/arra, the chief who has '>ee.

't .Useful In jdevelopingthe resources and, calling powers ,and privileges herein granted and! the sold for god.du) on Saturday ,Mr. I PANAMA JAH. ISih cAptured. chargei certain Californians wi
said company or companl shall have the Arrived here yester- 'iuxiigatin'x;: him to the revolt. IK
attention wa
to the advantages, of our State, and son, on the street being the : _
right to made lateral or branch roads, con Ins he is have asserted
the 8ib and reported; to to dcslruj
I have .although decided: our political opinions which howcver.you are not tojnfer that J my I I '
,I structed of -rails or planks, to any and all thou uho impose? the enormous taxes.
r and fiimln.the expression of them, scrupulously points upon the Gulf or the waters. emptyingtherein at Lake Superior is Icoking up but ( us hired a boat for $64 i.I Major Heiirzelinan with eighty soldiers, .

avoided all personalities and re i or the boundary lines of the States of swindled broker was not so good _a (! hard, and I don't know : metalling the! fifty' taken. ; down on ,the SeaBird

r criminations. Georgia and Alabamaas the President and gist as. Lyel), or Jackson.; season is.' At I P. BIr I,|I was lo lenvu $an Diego early mi the -

"continue ( Directors of tho said Company or Companies Gatccn, 10 miles diatantj !{;l morning of the 14th for Aguas Culicules.i .-* ,
We desire to the of
publication may think proper and advisable. ; and for all In regard to the alleged rpw at I i: The Ind an C.mU1i ..ionl'r, Dr. Wuzpncraftf
our paper, and hope this gentle hint will in' such lateral or branch roadt constructed either ()fmU.1l'QCI' Theatre when Mr.; Forrest bad the night, but got no sleep. wuutd accompany him, to try tltu fficc4
:duce those who hive the interest or the Board Internal ,Improvement Next morning, one of ,
aDarprosp"ri1yoftbe flank of The
to make a debut, last night, I have : peaceful overtures. general impie***
S City and State at heart to aid us at leastin may take an interest on behalf of the State to that there would have been ,, nnd we had to pny ion is, however, that there can be no In si in j ':
the matter of We the amount nf two-fifth: / the stock of -such Conip.nies any have no room to itemize. peace until the Indians arc .soun..'') benten.I ..
encouragement. : Provided, The amount of threefifthsof at a'l i if people bad not been : : I I I A le'tcr to the Alia California, dcttd & .
hard ourselves *
wish to make some improvements in our paper tho capital stock of all such Companies, tcrd-y afternoon, with the news that \\ Diego, Dec. 13th says : .'

:: and to. avoid the difficulties which have shall hive been taken by indihlual'lubscrlpe thorities bad made a requisition ; &c., &c., we arrived f r "'1"he nrrcst eflbt- principal leader Antonio

}} hitherto somewhat Injured its, mechanical appearance. tion : And provided, That all such schemes military to order and 10th. Engaged mules ; also of Bill MnrshiiH.Junn Beta anil an Imliaa,
shall receivu the of the Board of preserve In the cyt'ninVent
approval to
hamfehown nnd well laid
f Wo-promise to a better and neater Internal Improvement. anticipated: "riot." It was evidently tu us a deep plait or ,
I caught a colQrcd grnllc- geticral mas"netbich would haw done
sheet hereafter.: .. Ir.judicious frilnds of Mr. FM .
\ effect by credit to etScient officer much
The foregoing section of the Charter in. my pocket.-would have an Inure to
I the n hole, was ei.hcr: calculated to an Indian. all to kill the
,I They were troopsat
corporating the Atlantic & Gulf Central RailRoad I: .were too of"the
OT By the following account of recent' many
a the Gila nn.I1xr..ro cuuM;
very thing (viz :) a row) \\uich an cx;ir'u ruaca.
celebration at San Francisco, which a subscriber Co. contains the only provisions we can deprecate. The debut was I II 'I morning:attended! pack- this place-fall upon! Los An/eles/nurder the in* ,

t has cut from one of the papers of that City find authorising a subscription onuhe. part of attracting I I I $16 fur eaddle mule: habitants procure their arm, and tall npoa '
the State in aid of tho work. no attention, and it was necessary to : with the crowd this place theicbv having possession of the
and handed to us, it will be seen, hat masonry out at ;.
is in a wakeful and prosperous condition If we understand aright the reading of the I excit tion "to make it pay ; Hence! Panama right sid** up, but whole Southern California* lioni Loa:: Angt.. .

In Ibal distant portion of our country,and portion of the act wo have placed in italics upon the military. Certainly did sore. Gut- .on"*c. Ics to the boundary line.
Major Andrewsof thu U.S. A' has rtccivt
word about noise my. ,
\ we are pleased to. see, ,that our former fellow I there must certainly be a misapprehension a any expected or at Gorzona while ba d orders! tn l leave on the I t ot J-ustsnry f r" ,

townsman and friend, J. J., Papy Esqr., who somewhere in ',reference to the two fifths, to be bance inimical to Mr. Forrest's here. There is n hrge S.UIDiego thence tu take n snuil! vessel an
though young, was a bright innson, when subscribed by the State, or else there is an ance upon the stage, until 1, learnt Tell M-to take one ten men and pro'ccd up the GuIf'irCaifoint4!
intent observed order for the two regiments boats when he gels to to the pot established at the junction of thr
be left us, rank high, with the order, at his absurd and mischievous i latent in sucha I
tary, I ask pardon for better every way. I trust Corlorado and Gila. II udu i<;netl tu establish '
new home ; Jlulasoalo wording of :he act, and for ail such lateralor your the river
up or see a
garrison permanently al .that
i branch roads &c. the Board of Internal Im- subject fur certainly he world must I'll tnke chunce
Celebration of the Annl- my on protect the emigrant and keep the yuinas
f rcrsary of SI. JToIia the. Eratigellst. provemen mny take -nn interest on behalf of gusted by this time even uith Ihe round Iho Horn. It costs in cheek. The crossing of tho Colorado has

Agreeably to previous notice, the Masonic the State to the amount of two fifths of the Forrest. it did when I catre out corneLL, be dreaded not only on account of

I Fraternity of thu city and State united 'yesterday stock of said comp n cs. Tho intent seems Thejnflucnce of the Russian and hot in besides the midst I have'of confu. the desert country in the vicinity; but from the
tho a no treatment and in hoaiilc di-poioii of the tribes
in customary observances of the day, clearly to be to aid inv he construction of lat ministersin New York and : in :
f which has been long celebrated throughout guine up this side I who inhabit that; section ol the countrr.1t u intended :
Christendom us the anniversary of St. John eral or branch roads only, and net the mn inroad through "golden opinious" opalron tot it. I have been in I thnt, the !irrison about to bo locato '

j the E'angeIist-the: Apostle peculiarly beloved nor do we see any authority in the Boardto tinues to manifest itself despite all I this trip, that I am glow. there will hcrvaft. eff i ctuallv protect em'- '.,,

:' of Ihe tweJvo.1&'1vhum was entrusted the prop. take any atock'except for the construction at conceolment., -Studious I in its not but proud.I will Pananri decent has; grants who may select toe Gila route iatii "

1 ngatipn of Christianity by) its great Author.: of lateral or branch roads. tations of Kossuth, it is as pusistent *get* a* 'a California.
\ Notwithstanding tho inauspicious <>t ,A letter from Rich B.ir, North Fnrlr Feather
opening We do not understand the of thelaw'abethat '
meaning .
thc day in consequence, of heavy rains in the malignant. The unscrupulous lie 4'J1".1 trudy, FBEO. :i R \'er..tale thai on th' J'i' of Deccmter a .eY
i t ... _. .
\ the Slate shall fifths.of eo- *
mornine, a.very full attendance of'iho several take two it was'attempted to: make Kossuth -- I by the:'nar e of D..vid BroWn, a n iivesterdam. fSflI

; -" Lodges of Mnsier Muionsin this cl.y consistingof all the stock of the Company, but only of *O ble for the subsequent acts',of a man FROM CALIFORNIA. wa arrested here by some oldie cuj.

the members of California Lodge No I. much as may be requisite for the CQnstruc. had once recommended to. t'i'erary exchanges contain iatc zens, upon tht-churp> having stolen from
I Davy Crockett Lodge' No. 7, and Parfait Un ticn of such lateral roads. If the Legislature two of his companions the sum if $I.600.
is followed
ment by another brought by the
ion Lodge? No. 13, assembled at an eaily hour The prisoner was t.km to El Doradalo it
al the Mnsonlc Hall in Kearney street, and intended an absolute authority to. take two :' him and his suite .as conducting I undergo a trial. A judge was appointed bv Pi

'L were organized for tho procession by W. D. fifths of the stock, why should tho law say hautily Washington towards: ] As to the political! I i the citizens and a jury of twelve; mvn .elected- m.

I I Fair, Esq.. as Grand Marshal, assisted by C. that 'for all such lateral or branch road*" the iello Tochman the lady whom the the following from} Counsel were nppoint.tl to prosecute! and aim' ?i|

G. Scott, E4q., of California Ixxlgeand Aich- Board of Internal Improvement may lake, &c. led suffice I counsel defend the prisoner. The evidence %
to ne
were once incorrectly regard :
ard. Ross, Esq., of D.ivjr Crockett Lod At tho samn time-the members of California Hur.garian Heroine ; simply L the present condition> was then called upon to make his statenvrit, -|
Chapter No. 1, of Royal\ Arch Masons, papers as well as the address of tne Knowing her, Gov. K. and his wife State No one can te I 1 v when ho contessed that he nat gnilty. TLe >

were organised for Ihe procession under Iho Directors of thai (load that:the law baa been her with the same general politeness CViforruS: : ; who is Mayor jury retired and returned in a few minuiu :j

direction of J. J.Papv, Esq., as Master of the construed to give an absolute subscription of did all all others.The the seal of govern '. with a verdict that the man Drown should be "
or at Va'irio.! what
Order set hung in half an hour. be inter -
two fifths ibis-road. Such a construction Through ( *- -
fact is, thai the diplomatic! and best rihl to upw*rds -or lion of his council boUt |
Tie Knight Templars' were marshaled in is to say tho least a doubtful implication from scats in the ,. a respite of an .
very respectable numbers by Sit Knight R. American enemies of the } next.Legi: and n quarter wns granted him to settle his 7'
he lawand we think an attempt lo, make use the best tulle 'to the' '
F. Knolt, at the rooms of Hon. John W. garian leaderare (following him ," worldly 1111""lrll. afier which be was taktn :
who of it without some more distinct; and unequivocal up of San Francisco, and I to the place i-f execution and hun/ From
the collected
Geary, presided over body I ,
the road he takes and the
assailing or "l=bivalJ' have the lima of bit
on tho occasion. legislative direction would create jealousies I sentmce till the very moment
Of the, several Orders there were about and difficulties, and: as a general rule cry possible occasion, from' ( over the /democracy. he was hunt he remained perfectly composedand .

three hundred, whOattende by a very superior doubtful pow should never'bo exercised.Tho by the way, very much as the, governorship, there i is apparently inJifiorent to hu fate.Punciplo .
fraud has been commit-
bandfcf music, proceeded from the Mn Internal improvement'. fund, was talcn. foe stronger than themselves, and >
,sonic Hall to California street, down California harrows until he shall be in several counties- !n JtESTUa FI.CT.-The R.v. I. Q. Tyia .- ,
ded fur the benefit ot the whole Stao nnd hop to be .
: to difficult if im
to Sansome, along Samsome to. acramcnto I not 1)( the Deaf Muta Department of lh,
up Sacramento to Montgomery along aid( .in those>> enterprises which Individual t legally it is not the less a Virginia Institution states in his.last imer&tio;! '..

L Montgomery to Clay,along Clay to Kearny, means would not be likely to carry into ef. Letter from A !) recently made S report, that our own country is the only one -
on Kearny to Jackson, up Jackoon to Dupont, fect. It is well knowd that Ibo Ocklawaha received a majority of all.I in which the .ques:loa whether the children of
on Dupont to Clay, and down Clay to Kear Outward bound-Captain Porter in no at thu late vice deaf mules are themselves apt lo be deal: ha*
ny, from which street they moved into the River Improvement i is one of great importance Rough vxather-Lots of Female J' approached solution. Two hundred educate*

Jenny Lind Theatre to the'people of East Florida and beingof Pigs in the Olbin-Tr rufer at // a majority deaf mutes assembled! in Hartford,Conn.,&'pt. ,

i I On entering Theatre1he Lodges of Mas that class of enterprises which cannot be Chagres When don't it rain in / to the astonishment of 25, 1850. Of tLe.e 103 were married some :

ter 'Masons, filled the Orchestra seals and placed under the control of individual inter and citizens generally, quite recently. Seventy two were parents of
; k the seals of tho Pi'. Tho Knight Templars Gorgoner A pickpocket-Mule that Dr. Harris was the 102: children, nincly-eight of whom can hear
and Royal Arch Masons took their scats upon eltl.-it is peculiarly within the scope of the Fandango-Panama crowded',with pa" tince September last, and speak. Instances are given of p .rents both

t ". the stage; forming d semi-circle around the aid of the Internal Improvement fund.., It is Hot weather. has been acting in deaf from birth, having children able to bear I

; orator.O{ the ocC:1ion-Sir Knight Charles: also well known that Volusia Bar is a great Ox BOARD STEAMSHIP GEORGIA! and speak. ",\0 instance," says Mr. TykfV I-

Oilman,-and the installing officers co.isis. obstacle to the navigation of the River aboveas seat government is "exists in our institution in the case of so. i-
I ting of the P. W. G. $1. and the D. W. G. 3 DAYS FROM HAVAXSA.Dear. mystery as ever-the! instructor and his amiable wife. both deaf
Master ,of the Gran4 Lodge of the Slate of; also tho bar at entrance ot Lake Monroe. 1 and Vallojo sparing no; from birth-but their two bright little bojs

,.California The Dress Circle and Galleries Improvements of this class, wo thinkshould Here we are steaming along at to. secure it. On the have all their senses in perfection. So that

: were filled, with spectators of, the ceremonies. first receive aid from any funds from our knots in .a-vsmooth sea. We have consisting of forty-one the apprehension in question," continues

On. the house being scaled; the band per orm- Internal Improvement fund. The .Atlantis time, all the from York. the Legislature was held Principal-is deuf not sufficient ground for deny'' '
} od in an effective! silo the French national & Gulf Co. intended to connect St. Marys way the purpose of consul to mmes the chief earthly happiness* '
I air of tho "Marseillaise," which was followed We had some rough weather though place wture the next I'school and exercise of wlrluetbe'wbich slate
L by an invocation to tho Deity by Sir Knight with Cedar Keys or Tampa, have never .asked It was awful cold the first\JO 'b ur.. held-when the quo' preserves nation*'and Ullf cities ail
any aid from this fund, and we are unalterably churches and heaven itself*
i h iho Ativ.Dr. Boring Introductory to the address In six days wo reach Havanna. I favor of Vallrjo, by a
the band pci formed the English national opposed to the present appropriationof to thirteen. But as I A
anthem of MGod save the Queen." The: a dollar of it to the Central Co. The connection there 32 hours to coal up, and : not constitute one half on lease gentleman for in Ireland, who held a fara

0addresa of Mr. Oilman was a neat and appropriate between the Atlantic & Gulf can and Orleans passengers, and Adams & Legislature, it U im the twenty' years, and had creaUy
performance, selling forth tho origin of press Messenger to New Orleans. to consider that vote. as improved place by planting trees upon k.
the institution of Free Masonry, and a brief will be made by private ,enterprise and individual I rest. was tonisbed, on applying to the owaef
board the
on "Phil '
put for I
i history 01 the introduction of tho several orderaofP..oyal subscriptions; It docs not need and Steamship I seats in the a renewal of his lease to meet with a -
which plies for the U. S. mail Leg blank refuuL Determined
II. : Arch Masons and Knight Templars ought not to receivethcaid of the State to the await the action ot t the landlord however Uut
Tho 'fraternity understand. have requested detriment of.the class, ,of river improvements pany, between this and that crescent respective cases. expenditure should reap no benefit from Wi ..'J
..a COpy :for nublication.i ) the swamp. For Iho Al passengers Francisco we have to upon the property be srnt word Ii:;
I which have referred. now ois friends
: i: .:F llo'wi g tho address' the b.\nd played the I to we us at Havanna,200joincd uVe in full blast.. The the followire to come and assist him, and eft ,:;$
American national air the "Star Spangled Banner ---- morning there came about IwO /
We arc requested to caution the public a- men and children all sick the December were sworn hundred ansi
; ,"-after which the installations cf the officers sea on 29th inst. fifty men with a.., axes, ear* ';
of tho several Master Mason's Lodges gainst an individual 1 who has recently! visitedour Havanna, aDd one man was left first by meeting Mayor on.Har the I to his assistance,also a number of grtodiaj 4.;,
solemnized in due form, and.the ceremony city endeavoring to _obtain contributionsfor to proceed further. gentlemen who have They began, and before eight lime
ww not
\ at tho Theatre closed. .' the purchase of a vehicle to distribute Bibles Our living is good, but there are the municipal govern that was a not standing tree on the whole femes*
: :The the of Ihe officers removed into another adjotaisi
ins'allod following: are names in Marion and other Counties. He claimsat in Iho Cabin, as ,always the case. to themselves and such estale.- It b estimated that between two aa4

; First, California Lodge No.'1-Richard,F.j' different limes to belong lo different denomination cr we get along alter iashion ; I will of coarse in, adopt I three hundred thousand trees.were cut down* '.-

: :Knoito, W. M., P. W. Shepheard, S. W., and I Christians and varies his storyto stands a poor chance en route for )I unjust pretensions means ,their and I the After the the whole work was Over, the gentleman! ia* ,.

Dr. Cole,I. w. suit the case is very desirous of passing if he goes for decency .altogether. i) on the change which coMBased troop to dinner at which tW
Those of Crockett No. 7 J. bnadred of'bacon fiw
i Davy pounds ,
Lodge are
gentleman.' He is The first few I constitution of the Sat
for a Virginia days out, there'was hundred weid1t of
: .J Papy, W. M., Joseph Humcsberger, S. W., t oatmeal bread and thittt '
I ; Eugene: McCarthy J. \V.,! / crazed or worse-' produces no credentials, room and no "grabbing," but now that ,. next Solomon term,-by the tubsti- plloca or whiskey. aDd then writ pibJt

A: Masonic dinner concluded} the festivitiesjpfdaydoy. and is always unfortunately out( of funds toP tick ones have "come to their milk," l,1 the Hejdenfelt gentleman iome.the hens Ofl1caYingthepmo,5 demolisbe4, .'
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? Affew&ellffloBEsgectofPoIrsaraiAts. j P g: ordinance to.jiBSoad on .r- 1 '. .
" casions; cat apples and cherries" We are: Rooms for temporary purpose, always la An To*,CtUecicn gale. f
;* Wo bad slime startling acrountaof the unable jo five tho and' dis. radtne.e at the \ace prohlbltiBff Hones Bad rirtae..of the power rated
pro- only vaguest post l Magnolia Retreat Cattle" .BYt fa tae bf far I
tram !.
cress of polygamy among the Mormons of tant intimations jf what"I. set forth in thesepa I Hov !9 B048tf s. MIRA DA. :1 tee goIuZ AI large.trltle. expose for sale before the Com Hare .
'Utah, but .their practices stem to be propriety .,.,and weare now fearful that we are trespassing City 01 Gte ,A..osJlac. door ,at Afell nville en the lust Monday .f July
Itself compared to those which prefaB on decency in then quotations. Bllli2urd Table and Tea Pin Alley. B* ordained by the Mayor and Al&raUn oft ;eat. tile following described tract of land er so .. I

.nmoflg .a society, which calls itself Perfec.tte&btc It; t the Magnolia -Retreat, open 4hnraghoat toe -CilJ of & Avffuttine Thai it. Ib.n.bo mach thereof M will pay uw taxea. dee tbsfeesi tie
,".and claim to be religious and cbris.HA Uis or 1'II1"'a.zGaAn-1t' l day sad Evening.no4Sif. be .lawful for the Cuy Marshal, to report to the State Florida aDd COG "of Orange doubled tai.
The appears, Nor 29 8. MIRANDA. I or, the owner keeper of hone, mare, ei from the 1845
or say year to and 18tt
Pk-ttlMIJritr system Including
Vf.lhe the recent Itl1f to.
developments that the Telerabiic( .
colt _heifer wit
Perfecllonlrts, iw i that all taws both tog, or male, and also any cow, : .
used often with success, in attesting Oyster IBoaac. boll, oz or calf found whhla the 4.88
..x and divtee, that are naaiag at large acres assessed to TheresM Rodrigots. In
designed to
jmrrbtge relation regulate: the I rascals and negro thieves, can also beiJerwrferf Ontel"lllD every style served*p daily at Mig the City of St. Aojustine ; contrary t? the provisions section 37, township 19. hinge 28. < >

.while tba unrestrained, ,are act aside and denounced to the till purpose of preventing ; ,meta. Parties cao bare any prepayationss 'of aa "OrdiaaacCfc. pn>biWtin< hones. ,and I Unless' uxes ani ex Saes. are tatf before the .
indulgence of the human For inst4nce a ',couple of young gentlemen .and private apanments. .Cattle from going st large wthe. city of Bt. day of sale. j. ISUlPSON.8Iaeri1'
. ''POlllona ia practised, not merely as a not A thousand miles from Newnan, went off NOT 29 oo <8tf 8. 1UR.'NDA..NOU At ustiae.l v' Jan 3. 1852. Tax Cotettor.o.c. ,

.. means to present enjoyment/ but as means tf in post bast, a few. day ago to Macon, fully Passed ia Cooacil Febroa'ry 7th. 1862.: TR C<< ,"
is leetor'
o hereby the IW
that j '
Atrliitu. given City Taxes #
*6IlJII1 The/osiader bent' Eo.J. de
& ? of the on MEDICEtJ, Mayor Pro Ten.
. purloining the oimaole .
. and accomplished ( .
present wQJ be doe the Tirtae of the
S of year on Attest
ie\,1a. graduate a New England Col .BY power Vested in me bylaw I
. .,. afude&t{ to twoiheological daughter of one of our mon respec'abltcitiaeel 15th iastsdt and that shall on that day, proceed to CHA8. ,HAAQER.c. c.. expose for cafe before the Coort.Hons
ere at College. They had considera aa enforcement of the Ordinance regulating, to col door at 'eUoDri11e OJ aM fiat
*. and Dote tile editorofa paper, published in bly ibe start of the old man and old uoman, lection of the same TO IAVAll ..uJ'4c DABLES'2' 1t. the following described! tracts Moods of land,of Jaly oexw. .
Kcw.York To sustain or somaelitleaeot
,'and advocate. his doe.traricw with time enough to have accomplished, their F. P. FERRFIRA, THE new and splendid u will paylas taxes doe thereon die State
purpose in the ordinary way of doing, businessof Assessor. and Collector. SUamlr FLORIDA, Capt 01 Florida and County of Onn,,from &he'fU
,Tho centerof ,this sect Is In tho town of La this kind" a hundred gNrI'qo.." But drat St. Augustine Feb:14th,1852.M i ; LEWIS COTXTTXX, will arrive to and Ineludiog 1851 to wit 1845
t 'BGI;AfaJison county, N. y.. where about 1Mratn take the Telegraph knocked all their at Picolata every 100 acres belonging.to br supposed to belong to
"women and children, live together in well laid plans in the eacJ. Tho old mau n.aDIrO of the 'I'bcrmome'loe.r Tlnznda, at a P. if. and leave every Friday at Robert Shepherd and Joss Saaefes: being far seeticn

one house,. with no distinction of property getting wind of the expedition of the boys, 10 Fare A. M. for Savannah and Charleston clm,'. 60 township 17 range 34...the place bOw 'u Ju-
. 'littmly or authority. Beach with elegant State Room accommodations bardys Caaaf. .
one does what posted: off to Atlanta as rapidly as steam \ raon ITS ,Nov. 1851. Picoltta
laeema 'pod in his own eyes, '1 h&;Bible is could carry l.lnu-There ho entered the telegraph (Kept the'Barracks, St. Avgiutine.] .. to" Charleston Savannah, 8 8 Ualeataiea and expenses paid before the day ,
their nominal 013
contiltution nnl office
.. ,touched the wires.and gavu% the alarm \ Feb, UI8U.
I ly they must follow is teachings, evident in aawmUIng, to his Mieon friends. The Also, 8010 acres assesse .to Clarks mid Atklasoa .
from tbe-fact ..cbltcoy disavow all whulu plot was DATS. aVaxss: 9 A. x. 3 7. K. 9 r'x. TICIU. nereb.- given, it all !
i separate eoaRquentlln.taotJ)' exposed \ N person* hav ,being tiseedoa 37, township, 13, nap 29
'1".. or i Dividual right in"property wives or chilftrej and the,irWjant guardians tll the College! on \ ing claims agalnjit' tht Estate of Fernando south and eat at Haw CreeL WX Forward. tint
,:: *,." .Lite.U,, Y tuey have nil then things the alert The bOll had tht n, to abandon the 1 6474 78 74 ''I Falany sear deceased, {liber as .Legates,.,Credi Also,600 acres,IA "T wasaip 18r .South'otig.
,. 'commdaM? BMI tba sect 1..Homettn.coat chase,and uf course, returned aa they went a 69 3 86 72 tor' or otherwise, that they are f>$uiredjo. recta 35, ell( assessed to the heirs of Caroline 31
.:;.t.. '10. .ids and Madison c uaUuc. In pnly.a little, the worse ot wear and tear from- 3, 68 68' .72 "t9.. I '._ the same within tWo yean, from the date hereofor Hardy;sooth of New Sm y roes c. i
1_ 1New-YOtk nnd Brnoklln.and, Newark, N. travel and anxiety-and minus a few dimes 4 47 6969 62 such claims will fortyrr'De barred. Also 500 acres armed to the Aid heirs of Cara.

'J.,and InnianycftJler places,there are groups fur expenses.-Newnan Banner. 5 43 61' 75 66 JOHN CAPO, Administrator.8tAu2ustine.Feb. line UeHardy, beiag ja sections 49 and 60, and
.tit practical members. I*k m 6 65 62 65' 64 7th 1862 8wksTATAKb part In Township lg, range 34 and pan in township .
-The Nuw-Ynrk Observer in a notice of the SIGNS FOR 1852. 'I 8' 60 5758 18, and range 36 'tooth of New Smyrna.

propagandist*, aaym"In The people of this country have Doer reelected 8 .c9 66 63 65 i Unless taxes aad ezpeuea"lie paid before the

I I ( Utah among thu Mormon, the distinction a whig President. 9 68 68 .'It' 65 ': i THE SUBS CRIEli would respectfully an- day of sale.!, .

, It' husband and wife is rigidly mai u incd, They have never elected two whig admintttra 10 68 'II 1] 69' t' to the Inhabitant of St. Augustine, Alto 5000 ams teased to R. 1 1
and non-intervention insisted upon even al' the twos n succession. 11 69 76.74 '12"I' that h.will open a school In the Lower Rooms ofMrs lag la sections 37 and 38. Philip Youp J-
township 21 lOath
pftrtl ot lite. But in the Oneida Asmoiation, They have now put into power democratic HI 'II' 15 15 1J ::1i Strun/s residence, 09 Monday the 9th mst* 30, and township 21 loath range 31, east, being nap on
find in the boarding houses established on Governors in twentjr
MiiiHnr principles in this vicinity' these distinctly one, leaving 'whir governors to five States. 14 fn 18 17 '' and Unless taxes and expenses are raid before the
are utterly abolished, and the freest They have elected a 'mo :ratic legislatures in 15 10 12 18 13'\ \ Spelling weeks) reading, per quarter (12 04 00 day of ae.Ala I

liceiiciousiiciM pntctisfd as the highest development twenty.i hi eo States leaving 16 63 63 65 .
w.hII"Iilll1tul'Clia 1'1 64 61 61 65 \ Wr iting. Arithmetic, Geography Gram. 1000 acres ofland in section 37 townships
ot holiness. We have been eight States. '
furnished V
500 17 and 18
mar : range 30, assessed to David R.
:I with a largo number of certificate signedby They have a large democratic majority/ in 19 J8 615 12 'II 65 \ Chemistry, Philosophy Algebra, and other Dnnbam.J eing on Lake Berrisford. St. Johns River. .
females ot this community stating that at both bousrs of Cotigrest, prr pan;d to maintain 65 69 68 61 higher English branches,and the rudiments .
first they were featlui they were not doing substantially as it now is the existing democratic sa 6'1 'IS 15 68 '"w' of Latin, 6 00 Unless taxes sa4 expenses are paid before the I

.. light, but the longer they had practiced on the legislative policy of the country. '21 69 63 62 '4'1 ""... \ One forth: to be paid in advance, or half at the !, day of sale.Abo .
system here pursued, the holier I 4") 66 66 41 half the
they are sure expiration ol term.
u u 55 79 62 I \ 600 acres of land,lying to section 40,township
they grow. On the principle we suppose, At? UNCALLED FOR AMENAcornspondontofthe Being thoroughly acquainted with the most approved 17 south range, 33 east,asaewd to the '
bat: where ,there i If mi law there Is ni Ironsre -; Methodist Protestant 24' 54 7] 65.. 69' systems of school management, and having Llnd y Tod near New flrayrna, Foiward,uta'eor .-
<< >sion, they have abrogated ill author relate. ihu following story: 25 12 1 15 12 6"S6 bad upwards of four yeart experience In teaching. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before gent the
rya but Inclination. And they never sin, be. A very sensitive Prr&clier, in a certain village 41 59 \ 61 62 the subscriber i* confident that he will be able to day of sale.
CHUM th,', never do. any thing but what they not mure than a hundred miles tram Bal- n 63 63 68 10 give general satisfaction to those who may favor him

like. The render may be amused at the prac"tical tmiorr was discoursing with great warmth on 28 10 14 18 6S with their. patronage Abo, 900 acres eased to John Robinson beta;

operation of thu association at L>'nox, the uncertainty of l human lile. To give the 29 65 63. 64 65. ., I J. M.'HA WEES. part of a tract of 2060 acres granted,to Briggs anal

as we and it detailed in one of Unit reports greater cfllict to his remarks, after assuring his 80 63 68 81. 71 ".. St. Augustine, JVb. 1 ....1P52. Robinson being in section 38,township 16, range 32

which ,IU'a: hearers that they might die before another D.ECI.lla. i\IOlVO&J TO .1.\iVA LI OS.! and River.township 15, range 33, 8 and. E on HaUUax

The children are trained in a general nursery hour had elapsed bo said: "And I, your 1 56 51 55 65. e' THE SUBSCCIBER has some fine riding Unes! Taxes and expenses paid before the
nod it is found to be altogether a more speaker may bu dod before another .turning S 52 56 69 615 ...Which he will keep fur hire upon of sale. day

comforjnbte task to take earn of six In tho d..wn." I 45 52 68 41 S reasonable teim*, during the 1t' .on at his
new way than it hud been to wit on one in "Amen was tho audible response of o pious 4 88 49 59 41 ,r Stable on street in rear of the Magnolia Ho Also, 00 acres assed to Cornelias Sfonror on the

ordinary circwuslances. Tho only drawback and much loved brother in the congregation.. 5 40 64 6S" 47 I tel. Wekiva Fairbank's Creek lands bounded, Unless on the sooth by George R..

was thn temporary diatJ ell'of the mothers in The preacher was evidently disconcerted 6 58 63 65 41'J. ROBERT MICK1ER. paid before the day of sale..taxes and expenses. are-

giving up their lltlld ones to the cure of others for a moment. He thought the brother did 61 61, 65 69 Nov 22d \ no 47-3mo* J SIMPSON, Sheriff and,Tax
which made occasion for some mulo dramatic not understand his meaning. Puusiiig awhile' 8 60 6j 67. 62 .. \ FROM JACKSONVILLB Jan 3d, 11 2. Collector 0, cfc :
acrncs-but the wound wessoun healed, he repented declaration with atill greater I 9 58 65 68 f 4 ''r I

mid the mothers learned to vnluo their ownfreedom emphasis: 'Before another Lour your speaker 10 41 66 12 68 '.. For Enterprise Mellonville Tax. CO lectors Bale. ,

nnd opportunity uftduClttion.nod the buy be In cterniu I 11 68 63 19 65 BY virtue oflb.po'nr vested In me by law I I
improved caution of their children more "A-wnl'shouted tho brother before him. It 12 63 64 11 69 .LEAVES ON DNBSD.4 rsTHE expose furssle before the Court House

tbnu the luxury of a sickly muteruul tender. was too much tor the sensitive man; and ntunimerinjc 13 69 63 63 AI ; Steamer SAffAH '8PALDING baying doorat Uellonville on the first Monday of April next
ifes*.* out a few additional remarks, be wit 14 49 4s 50 49. 1 newly fitted up, will\resume her regular the following described! tracts of 1 land or so much' J

The way :hey sleep is curious. One large down before he had. finished his discourse. 15 49 68 68' 48 I. trip for >above! places on Wednesday, the 14th of thereof Florida ss will pay lhe>tuba due thereon, the Put to ..

, room is seta hart fur a dormitory, und.each Brother----:"," said the prenchi-r next day 16 81 48 56' 47 i '. inst., toucl lag at all the intermediate, iandings.cnd to wits and' County of::1-Orange for the year 1861, ..
.bed js citcornprtwcd by a: sort.ol ,quafetent.831DiL to bit kind.-beatrIed friend ot the iimen-corner, 11. 4S' ." ;' 49-l w E8"':- ,' will continue punctually" to leave every Wednesday ''
one stove warm the whole space, and "whlU did yau mean b,- saying men to my 18 S8 S9 32' morning at 9o'cloefE. connecting with( the' U. 8. 144 acres of land being part of a tract of
"as the principles and habit ot the atnociation remarks night? Old you wUh 9 wasdeadr 19 33 86 I 49 36o Mail ,tnme.lo and from Savsnnsh. For freight' 520 acres the ertale uf Anton; Junco North

are moe crrgnrious than usual, thj sucri- "Not atoll," said tho good brother'not at 34 49 a 6j 44 eneazemen'w or panage, apply on bonrU,, or to of Smyrna Barr doubled taxed.

boat of privacy us a small affair." atl. I thought if you should die you would 21 81 61 60 65 FERNANDEZ. .,BISBEE & Co., 4genta. Also, 232 acres of land on "the East side Of I

The women found that much time was I go straight to glory,auJ 1 meant amuii to that.* 22 I 68 61 I 68 I 62 -Jan 10,1851ATTORNEYS Lake George, ppnscd: to belong I, to Dominan j(

spent in dressing their hair, so hey locked 28 62 69 Jib 66 FORWARD & 1WLE Acosta, in section 38, townshipU, range' 27. "
" into Paul's thi-ory ot long hair, and says this TUG ICMYsrElilo s KNOCKINGS'" 24 54 65 66 61 / \ double taxed. II.

report, "tbo discovery was made that Paul's IN OHIO. 25 5. 6$ 15 61 AT LAW AND SOLICITORS, Also 166 f I II
language vxprrnsly points out the object fur 26 61 61 12 63 IN CHANCERY. 67-100 acres of land en the eastside ti 1
Mr. L. A. Hine writes as follows to theCincinnati of Lake deorge in accdon.47
which thould hair and that ,17 64 65 67 &S
woman wear long 'lJ.IAlli A m1El
object is nut ornnrwnt but a covering. lu JVVnparciUcoiicerinliiK the "knock. 28 65 13 63 64 I .'posed to belong to the I csi.le of IUcbad.: \

this light it was immediately manifest that ings" in Stark county Ohi<>. This accuunt 29 60 1. 61 65 FLORIDA. NVeightman, doubled taxed.

the long hair of women, as it was usually is a little ahead of anything that hit bveu 80 62 14 18 66 WM.. A. FORWARD, I KIMON TOWLE. I Jan, I 9d, 1852 J SIMPSON.TaaColJeetoro.a."flberifT. any

worn coiled and combed upward to the' top! given to the public yct. 81 68 1S 11 69 Late of 8u Augustine, East. Florida. .
of the head instead of answering to Paul The rapings have done wonders in this Notices
JABUA&Y 1862. Tax Collectors Sale.BY .
object of actually the back county. L'be most satisfactory' physical demonstrations All, pe"'oal having any claims or demand.
covering the exposes short hair have been made hure through a 1 62 65 71 54 virtue of the power vested in me by law,I the Estate of JVanois Pass deceasedas .
than of
of the bead
part "resisted the 2 46 47 52 45 fur sale before the Court House creditors heirs
mode of carried medium that spirit" to the last expose ,distributees. legatees or otherwise,
ra o. This returning was 3 88 47 57 door at Ueiloaville on the first Monday of July notified .' .
but was finally compelled to yield. It was: 43 are hereby to present them to the subscriber
on till the bolder women" cut oft their hair said of her that this was the first time that 4 85 47 68 41 next, the following described tract of land or so within two years from the date 'Jainof'or they
and wore it on their necks as girls do, and she was ever conquered. She is cue of the 6 48 68 62 62 much thereof u will pay the taxes due thereon the will forever barred.

, soon the practice became general. In the finest looking women I ever saw Intelligent 6 40 49 66' 44 thaw of Florida and County of Orange for the. 'year i KANCI8 P. FERREIRA AdD niltntor.
next the women la'aside the usual 1851 to wit:
August 16.1851 No 83
7 36 43 65 j
and of a big moral tone. She is studyingwith 41 ...
- dress and substituted a abort frock and pantaloons 8 42 44 63 U03 acres of land being part of a grant of 4000 -
the intention of lecturing to her lOX on 49 WORLD AS IT PASSES.
which was found to be altogether 9 49'' 71 sera assessed to Domingo Acc4ta. to section 38, rUE
more convenient. The report : 'Thewomen Pnyslolory. 1 cannot begin to describe all 68 67 township 20,Range 34 and 35 near Flownder Creek ,
says 55 76 &WIWS'S"
far free and the wonders that have been performed in this 10 69 .65 Indian River.J. MORRIS !
say they are more comfortable
in this dress than in long gowns; ihe county Several' old fashioned atheists 11 12 49 40 69 49 60, 44 44 .J SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c. BOBS .rOtJRflAL FOR 18G9. !
have been jan 3d IE52
think it t1ri and !
._ men that improves looks some 13 28 A FAMILYNEWSPAPERt' S
36 31 26
converted them. Individuals
by have been
insist that it is entirely more nvKievt than ihu -Tax Collectors hie.By .
common dress. Tins is plainly the olBioommim. moved in the chairs across the room, thrownout 14 23 87 51 37 virtue of the power vested la me by law, 18Lt3E&D WXIXLT AT TWO, DOUASB A TXIR. '
of bed, otul the pillows alter them, &c. 15 36 42 59 61 shall expo* for sale before the Court tlonse .. """""
Tbe sprit that "cut up" all those, pranks 16 46 66 61 42 door at MeUonrille on the first Monday of Jaly next us nuT xvxna ov TBX nsw straws mss.

t The religious exercise of this Association gave her name as Ann Aferrick, formerly a 17 34 66 68 49 the following d scribed tracts of land or so, much .issuxa o* TD vim or jumxxr SU',
: consist of public mating who each one is prostitute of Cincinnati. She made her appearance 18 46 I 67 '18' 63 thereof will! pay" the ''taxes due thereon the State -
called on M relate hi* own experience, or to here because a physician had her 19 51 47 44 23 of Florida and County of Orange .for'the ''year Ton Home Journal has BOW become vafonsL

make such exhortations or reflections as Mare bones, her body having been taken from the 20 22 28 88 37 1861 to wit : There are fcwfemikta of ealtlvatad. haMa-(finrof'
on"tee mind waiting far vent.1 Different evenings "Potter's Field.*. .She said they wrrw welcome 21 87 Ii 64 41 377 acres of!Is nd belonging or rapposed to belong those who seek to enliven and 1DIb.... tb* most
are set apart for different purposes ; to her bones, but she intended to have come 22 32 42 41 41 to Thomas Forbes being iu section ,45 tows totflllgent aud attrsctiv* pUce--who do not now i
one for music, one tor dAncing one for Bible fun with them. Accordingly in the dead 23 35 49 49 59 16 range 29 tooth aad' east, assessed to the said receive it. It la read w* believe wherever ran the
reading &c. The religious Influence is said she would 24 48 6'1 U 61' Thos. Forbes .- !. gold! threads of dcaestfe happiness sad true moral
hour of the night rattle and
to be wonderful on those who have joinedthe scat* 25 53 5'1. 59J 52 Also,542.acres I ia sect'oa 40, township .16 sooth, refinement which are worm! so thickly Into the
them about the A candle .
ter room. was 19. east, assessed to Thomas forte. "' and coarser web of oar coaatry's Industryand
,: stronger
All In naP !
:.: Association who come while Inaa 26 61 65 70 66 ; '
"-.1 declared placed on a chair and, as the bones beganto Also,515 acres la section 33, township 14 south. energetic woajpetUTh Home Journal Is UM ,.
tocoatertod are to have 27S3 4052 60 46 ;
slate rattle tho candle was reached after for West of tHis nation to the
range 27 east being on banks Ins George speaker to tits beam'of tasy .hours
teen converted, and one man who was a but lol It and of 37 64 63 43 '
lighUni was a' Forfxp tahbea itlaatioa.
. gone pile tad assessed to Tkpoas : i given
confirmed lunatic has been entirely cured bones deposited in its place&c., all of which 29 U'-53 62 49 : J. SIMPrfON, auruTand Tn Colen! r.o.c. At,* IZcst.T_iAr.setd .p.1't.astetnatlesi .., + ,
The Annual pon bah tot foUItbcof7 of actually'occurred bye ottd aid question.;I have SO 39 .69 ffI .t laD. 8,1852. T' .. 1 of zadlt;... Home Jo> t- ...at atta .$6 nUftU1H -

promls ot 1atercoura0 of the sexes, as compttible no time space or disposition to tell half the 81 61 70 69 59FKSIUIKY .. a,;. .- 'Tax: GoUtctcr Sale .*. I ;;;;, 1Nd,.. Ith. ettpsmed .
with the highest state of holiness on Ihe rappings have broken in ,.., 'y as a tin good r ;
.out ,
story. : '. O.tbe'yowertate4al>> ralby" !law Ihll
earth, so loathsome in its details, so shock several churches on the Western Reserve, and 1 66 68 78 68\\.' BY expose (ornate beiore the Com U.... 4ltatiL.'orODe eopyJ.IIJ for tt: 1,
tag to all the tenbiliUei even of the coarsest for are opfcrti +*s II......,..Jaad* ,
the attendance of spirts U as punctual aa that 9 60 60 5 51 door at .Helloavilk OB the first foo dos of Jaly next or > f *
of the decent people that we cannot defile traces. 1IoIi'..... !< dln 1odiIW '
of the pastor. 8 41 64 56 45 the following described tracts of land or 'MtUrettt' raech. .., ,"'t WQI.t '
the columns of our paper with their recital. 4 39 65 80 46 *O, wffl*:'p y the t>tiS'dos thereee the Stats ; ';
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fatal be sufficient to that the doctrine : ,
. cay NOTICE. 6 40 61 4 56 olFlodfk.ct C cley.olOratI towitp- f '
', is taocht and the attempt is made to defend it HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditors .Heirs 6 53 58 .'77 63 j L--l BJae'\mhiot_ SOT ff land gatedJeph ,,- ADAS t .... : 5 1''

;, from Scripture, that unbridled licentiousness IB Legatees, & other Interested in the Estate of 7 59 'zO 71 ,61'' ,. ', .Dfless&J,. eepecits iienats. Iliad, IadbItir5l1 ...:;[1'. .. .: ,' ,,, ,
is the law of heaven, the perfection of hu- Henry Klonne late of dt. Johns County deceased, 8 64 ftI10 66 iCJahled..wa. th*7s I84S to ami kv ." ," .' ':'j.-'.> :

hoer happiness, and the realization of the that on the expiration of six Months from the date 9 64 .55r 66 "55i .. ." ; i I85I'r ., ,,-;,'.t. "),'-< 'j, "It, "
highest style of divine virtue. hereof I will apply to theCoart of .Probates .for the 81'.J73 '63 \-t<' : "' #5aai-aade ZM."pI>d,lse feirv fJal / -"
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There la no shrieking: from the,boldest and County of St. Johns aforesaid, for a final settlement 10 71 64 \ I nit. 1,..' ;s.. :, .... i.

fribkett avowal of ibis faith and practice.On of my aceotats with..w{Ssttte, sad a discharge. U H,,11 12 41 60 62 63 65 41 I ,ja.4..188.W, ; C _t d, .9- ..; .... 'j. >f>,-::'"

this point &o Oaeida.Associationistt arefcoeorablycostro&ed of: administrator thereofl FRANCIS BRIDIES, Admr. 13 86 616$ r. I :, ... ill"jJaPJeIdeii.;; : ., .. .......... ,, ,.'I. .... ,, '
with the Fourleritea ; 1' t } hi 'hA "
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St. Aerating February 21st 1852.THIS ] VIt8itIII.tIf"'rt.a1Joi. .r.. ,.
this city, who refuse to be held : P A .; '" :;_ S
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the coaacqeecces: to which their doctrines .1IAGRQLIA. BET.BA.T. TAX AkS EZ"W. j YI Z:: IM...o.u_r c-; 10 .!!: '.
inevitably d. Tbe Report holds such JaDpap $ am nmTba tanII eta We JIIIIIIIIf"J' ''DftI; }>. 6 .... .' 1':',!,'C'. t. .. ". : Jt
aa this: "Varbty it, in the nature of COMMODIOUS ESTABLISHMENT,. OnmorA&a.or .....IO -: 1 1r =:: -1t.8M ,! /Iti.' _',')J .'\ 4M
deelroe of that : H-f
DOWthoIe smaaecan reaperct6dtr r to ptrret "1t.at r. i.
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useful in love as !tare cbportanlty roles sad legolaifMis be8are the first of .JtG "Ytr. .. W. Jr.it. .
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to bra stmt oneBtoetoffreat advantage which will( Is* ssdafaesor4ly'iglea sop-. rr= If # U'l'WIki" ...... 'C'f::. ,, ':'. ,
"t = ...Irlal'that II mar.eta from day today with the.Gaza. of the ecfjoo.hocrs and_ r"by'w, ,. t_ \! '. 'JIfJ' :4ye
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r- DJrcetdrf.! 1\\ 1 I F*r-Che cuntyo1.Ns.sau..Thursday .before the ':STABIUTY- SECURITY VPUCETUITY |:' Tax ColIeclorV Salcv If |\ l-c j.8UI't.; : : : .,

. Nglia Hotel. Oovtil.George,.Street,north of .third Monday of ifovenibef, tj a i.jjf M ni fo :tI :\ $900,000. J f 11'f";virtue of the ,power: vested in me by law : .t c m, n '.bj .I&1ro\ .
: 'the Public Square,and'one :d oprv north of the MethJist .F r1ha county" of.-Dural, en,the jthird.Monday: I' ; shall,czpose for sale before the Court rore: the C'OUa ., ,.---_

L Church. : i, i f I Zfevember. .. *. *' i. ;* i ; J. THE. ,MUTUAL LIFE 111 SUBASCECOJIPAHY door in the city of St, Augustine on the first Monday' *f July "l''W ... .-c.. .' .'
_ Florida Mow, On 'Treasury Lane" ,North' of For the county of Marion, on the first Monday in ,I day of May next, the following'described of land or eoraacb thereof'* ;

. the PRbtic Square. :"*"'J December. OF; NEW.YORK-NO- 35 WALL St.. or-so much thereof as will pay the State duethelfOft the'Elate f ,t t .'
,City Hotel. On Charlotte and; Bay Street few. and the 1tJ ET Acc.am uIatd, Fundi'Nov.1st, 1849,8900.LM ,- erty due' for ,
J ,* For the counties Alachua Levy. on eecondMonday \ county taxes and the necessary expenses the yes 18 J'to r." .,
. 'doors Sooth East ofthe Public Square. December; '" 000,securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages,. for ''the 1851, to wit : <- ,* .. .
: I II OD year :J
Planters Hotel' On Charlotte Street and Treasury Porthe, cottnty of.Columbia/'on the third Monday on real estate in,, this city and Brooklyn and ..toebnCthe'State One lot of land within the limits of the city : assessed to Josephaf. SakI' .'- .;
Lane, north of the. Public Square,annexed! to the in December. and City of New. York and United St. Augustine bounded on the North by Lot 16, -range' 33 8 aDd I!: !f

I FlorUa House. The U.S. District Court, 5est. Augustine, onth States Government.'fl*** Marquis De Forgeris on the South by lot of ,, ,
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i ." BOARDING HOUSES.Mitt : first Mondsy.in April .., .: This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended H Audi aDd M a Fojaud East by Maria : to the said Jooepk ,)t"!'-i _-

F.1io..O" j t,,Gvovx: Street a few doors TCIE TB4.VBLLER'8GtJmS., and' prosperous business, :\ i 'creek,and west by Rey. II Artelft Lot and p 17* range 34, abuta._ I. ;.
"' uiith of the Court Horse alii Public Square... ., The Company declared a dividend oi profits of fif of the St. Sebastian creek said lot was returned ',r, ,, ,
I O. N.-Pofty.-On Biy of and FROiTCHARLESTON' ty-two per cent .on all existing policies on the 31s assessed William l '
ttreti comtr;. Bay ROUTES 1851 by Michael Uaioa,IDe anc,,Tax Collectorou C..: .,
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Carded Lane. '' Iaouary"llW8.. '
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---- -f Shadgett. 'j '
- UUUTUtKS.. All the Profits are divided among and are paid befc.ne "" ,
% 1l > JVomC* rfc,ro. to New YorJt. Leaving daily at UnlessTaxe expenses '
I Doet. F. IVesdan. Office at his'Dwellio House 180 the Insured. e'or'. Sato. v ::: i
J v g 31-2 ''o'clock 1'. x, By Steamer to day of sale.
l Bridge.Street. .. i.Doct.John i--" The premiums are payable in cash annually,aemannnally R.'fl. 8h'ersffnnd exoff.Tax vested in' ... .
\f' $:-< > milea r-Br Railroad to WeldoD lG;} miles.-To Petersburg .. CANOVA me by law !* .' E. Peck. Office on St. George Street 63::;"-'To Richmond: 22.ro Acquia Creek or quarterly, interest being added on. the Assesror and Collector,8:J. .before: the Court Hoc** \ f

t t ,JoorsSJorth of the Com U iise.;it 70.-By Steamer to Washington 55.-By Railroad to deferred payments. Nov 1. 1851 the first Monday of Jol/next,' :1,
;,' ,1. .s> ..DRUGGIST, i :>; Baltimore 40.-To Philadelphia 92.-To New-York The.cash principle adopted by this Company secures tract of laW or' as much 4 '
Sale. .
: P.C Zylstra, Chemist and Drnggest Charlotte 87. Total distance '771 miles.Time; 60 hours. Fare to the parties for whose benefit the insurancesare Tax Collector' taxes due thereon the State* ,
vested in "
*Q *. nj" : effected the whole of the advantages without of th. power me by of
Orange for
oireri""art.jsjij 3i ? ; '-jm .:: fTtx : Bwvirtue 'year 185Ji-
g20l before the Court !
subjecting them the heavy drawback: of accumu- for sale /
f T'LAWYERS. : The '"Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston lated in the of St. Augustine on the first Monday -1 r. ;
- .1.1.' .,,. : o'clock premium notes. city to James Clark. iniectioan '
t U. Gould. every tents day after the 27ih of April, r M. Persons effect insurance on their own lives May next the following described property or
E. Counsellor at Law -office on Ar- may ) 31 south and eastoniue
lUeryLanc.. ; j .*.. .t Thro in 60 hours. Fare (State-Room) $25. and the lives of others. A married woman can in- much thereof will pay the State and onnty *
v .-The .
e f B. 'Putnam.. Attorney and Councellor From Charleston to Plcil delpAi o'clock Osprey cure the life of her husband the benefits of which are and the necessary expenses due thereon for the luTand Tax Collator.) *
leaves other at 4 c.
Charleston Saturday,
E QtXawoQic0.PicolataBiret. !I every secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or chil 1851to wit : '
; ?.% '*. in 60 hours. Fare $20. -
r. ,
-.I laud hrsection 3-1.
dren. 2000 2d rate being
acres _
George; S, FavoanksAttorney antl Counsellor at.Iawufflce1neC ,daily '
From Charleston & New-Orleans. Leaving; .
: I ,township's,South range26., east "
Tate tY.de.
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urt Ifotsel'tThLICOFFICF.S., ,.;7 10 o'clock S.'C."Railroad Augusta 136 Clergymen, and all others dependent upon salaries surveys
av By 27
A.M. section 39 township' 5 south..range east ,
I are specially Invited ro avail themselves of a resource me fir (law I .
: miles.-By Georgia. .Railroad Atlanta 171Oy I whereby their surviving familes may be secured part of the New Switzerland tract, lying about : before the C ort lloftje .

'Pott Railroad to Montgomery penury.
-'-- House. | ; Stage to Opolaka 35By 331.-To New-Orleans 1 Pamphlets explanatory of principles of Mutual land was returned in 1849 by ,D R Dunham, ,...lrac(...of land.'or u 'snuch
Strteyor General11 Office. B. A.. Putnam/Surveyor -) 65By 166. Total Steamer distance1,006 to miles. Time 123 hours. Life Insurance and illustrating JIll advantages with of'John L ,Engle and assessed'tp John L ,{ jaxe due thereon the STtate_

_ ; t General!,on Hospital'Streetcorner of Artillery Fare $39.50.From forms ofapplil\8tioDfmay be obtained at the office or I Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the pf Orange for )7ea.I,8.H.*,,: "

_ .Lane Hospital' Street. ,' the Company, 35 Wall st., or of,any of its agents. of sale. *. '
I Charleston t. Nsw-Orleans% Savannah, R.B.NO'A, Sheriff and e.voff. i to Elizahetli Bunch in
Land Office.-A. T. Noda, Register Public TRUSTEES see.
._ Lands-office in the,Court House. \V \: daily at 9 A. *. By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles.By Jos B Collins David C Colden, Tux Assessor and Collector, s J 33, south. anij raat.on the t
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TAo,. T. EuneU. Receiver office in Court Central R ilrnar' to Macon and Western Railroad Wm J Hyslop Alfred Edwards, Nov 1, 1851. -
. I i Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.=- Tax Collector .
.House. .', I i R H McCurr'y Wm Belts, Co
: : i f 1 Tax UoJieclors. ale.D
i Steamer Mobile .
i&dgoJ Pro ille. (G, Humphrey's Jade,) office By.Railroad: to Montgomery 65.-By to Bred Winston, Joseph Blunt.C .
jn the i 33 1.-To New-Otleans 66Total distance 1,032 W : y virtue of the power vested in'me by I ''
Court House ; I Faber Isaac G Pearson '
1 ; 1 j 1 50. ..M D shall for sale before the Court tll.t1. .
Fare expose
l'eterIJ. Dumas. Clerk Court office in Time 77 hours. 839 John P Yelvertonhenry Wens,
Circuit ,
the I MISCELLANEOUS TABLE.I door in the city of St. Augustine on the ) 'vested, in me by law,I .
Court House. : | I Theo Scdgwick Wm Moore,
: I II I of next the before the Court ,
ForeTime. Monday February following liouse
-- Distances.
I Rafael B. Canora. SheritTand Tax Collcctcrof- Stacy B Collins! Zebedee Cook, >
'; jive in the Court House. |I To,Athens, 7a.. 221 in. 8.95 20 h. John II Swift iona Miller, property 80 much thereof as will pay the Monday of July ncittbe,# -

Collector of Customs :John M Hanson, offiee,- "Chattanooga, Tenn., 445 13,12 31 John U'adswbrth David A Comstock and County taxes and the necessary expenses of land or so much there t

\1 Phxnters Hotel. :. I "Colizniba, S. C., 130 4.00 8 S M Cornell. Robrr.1 Shuyler thereon for the year 1851 to wit ;. due thereon the State of, ."j
: 'Camden S. C. 142 4,00. 9. 550; acres of 3d rate land being part of a ( Orange for the years ] $) '
Inspector of Customs! Ora Howard, office in Gouv M %Wilkins James Chambers '
I hamburg & C. 136 4,00) 8 tion orriginally to Jose Papy. being section 33 I;
.Howard Buildings,Market square I, V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman,.
_ f If.' Rrontoii. 'ludge U. SP;'.Court1 Northern {elopbip.Teun., 740 29.00- Fred Whitllesey Moses II Grinnell private uiVlYs.township 7, sou.th. range 28 east West tide, and 815 acres Os
- ; I I for either of the above places leave sessed to Cole Earight & Co. said land is River a.stnJ to Pet,"' -
District of Florida, office in the Court House. Passengers Charles Ely Wm J Bunker; .
39 and *
1 G. Fairbanks.' Clerk U. S. ,;Court. office in Charleston daily. by S. C. Railroad at 10 o'clock John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh Picolata Road.about fourteen. miles from St. 40. township 19* ,

.theCourtUOUllf'. JA.I J(. Walter Joy Francis Lalhrop tine.Uuless -1/
; I Taxes and before and Tax
paid Collector
Deputy Marshal. Goor' ;e I. Zchiibaur, office in III ICIFI"' SAI..E. Alfred Pell! __ _____ _J O_ Thatcher:. -,. day. of Bale. expenses are: : ,o .e.-, .
t ,d C CourtUcuse; I .1 JOSEPH 15. COLLIN, 1'residcnt. m... m* fm m.* ._ f** **V _
: virtue of a Decree rendered on the 5th day ISAAC AUDiT Secretary. K. 1J. UANiiVA, sheriff" anti ex.off.Tux PfflUD.GCK

f JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. I j By November 1831, ill the Circuit Court orl JOSEPH .BLUJTT Counsellor. Assessor and Collector s. J. ; -

the Eastnrn Circuit ofFloriJa in a' 'certain c R. FAIRBANKS St. Fla. Nov. 1,1851. that Legislature of
'Gad. Humphrey*.-efTicr in the Court Hou'ot' | G. Agent Augustine I
t Gen, L' Phillips, Notary I'ubliomce on Day .wherein George R. Fairbanks was Complainantand I Feb 16th. : .'.
William 1C. Cole and otlurs Defendants in Tax Collectors Snie, /OF TilE ,
Street a little North of j the Market and neidoor .i.
.to the Post office. I i Chancery tome directed and diliverrd I shall of.I I 1f@mn m. By virtu- of the power vested in me by .\* jr TJSJB '0.

fer for *al"'"*on Monday the (firel! day of March next ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. expose for sale before the Court r 1'1'Zl. "'

CITY OFFICERS.Mtyor -. in front of the Court House in the city of Si Augustine : door in the city of St Acgnstine.on the first AI -

-Geo L. Philllpt. : all the right title and intTst of William K. TIllS RSTARLISIIMEXT: hav day of May next the following described .
Cole Samuel C. IJaright'auJ U. Sisson, or.so much thereof,as will pay the State and !
: .Ltntnc -AndTtu. : !; it ing undergone Thorough Repairs this t, WILUAX D.KntEf.
taxes and the
due thereon for
)I Paul Arnatt : in and to the following described lands to wit : is for nscessary expenses '
present season now rendv P. McrcntLL. .
E.' .. Medicis.' } 'IAlut' en'iJ.Q' ,; All that certain Tract or Parcel of land sitaatedin year 1851 to wit : Trtas? v
1 e. reception ot Company.. FAMILIES AND A lot of laid in the St. .Recording Secretary, w
I St. Johns county FloriJaupon :.wecions: 6 and 7, cityIf Augustine (> ''*
can .t.oru8pnd Sec.
j : Clerk of the City Council, Charles Hanger, office of Township 7. Range 2d:: being a Spanish: grantto spacious ded on the east by Dragoon or Spanish street ?
I Apartments lots of G Porair and A Masters 00,1. .
.the'Council Jose Papy of 640 acres ; which said tract was : on the We
room. I in the said Cole.' Rooms, Airy Clean and Neat Tolomato street on the Soutlr! by lot of AG&RS : :'J? -
.Cit,,, Marshal and ,Clerk of the Market F. P. sold and conveyed year 1850 to ,
I .Ferreira. i : ftaright and tiLwon: by Francis J. Durrence and ness itself fumiilicd handsomely.IVotliiii .- Andreu deceased on the North bran allry.said I Topp:*n, James S. Wallacef! .

PORT WARDENS. wife Excepting and Reserving therefrom ninety ? Wantiti?. wnsorriginally owned by the late George : II. Butler,Henry.S.Patter: :

/'*. C. Zylstrat Charles i Haagef Jo,. E. P mar.I acres to said Durrence und une Dlckley.l lu, the ; The louse is well known as being recently deceased, and assessed to G. R. Fairbanks G. LelanJ William D. Lew. ,".'.
? I sevrral Tr cls and Parcels of Land hereinafter des- Built, Expressly with n view to the nccom- ing in all two acres more or less ,)'. D.. Edwin K. Cope '

-I of Incu'lids I Unless taxes and expenses are paid befrre : John S. Hart AM., {
I AUCTION EKR. dribed lo wjl? : odation and others, being entirely .- ...
.' 'ieoiCc-nter.F. P.:Ferreira and J. A. Sirischa. 80 acres the west half of the Nortliwett quarter of built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Fold- ; day of sale. L. Claahorn.: '

-i .. sec.6 and 7,range 288 and E. ing Doors &?:.', which: renders it Free from U.B. CANOVA.Sheriff and ex-off. :
.t .. '* :"- MERCHANTS. 80 do the East half of the ;Northeast quarter of Dampness. Fireplaces,. Blinds windows j I Tax Assessor' and Collectrr, s. i. for III o Year l3lf .

".. 1 and 7 27 Sand E. .Nov 1,1851. ;- Subscription of Frrx DwttM, '
Burlirurarne..&JUowk,-Corner. of St. George sc range throughopcnjng on, Pinzz.? Promenade Two I .'
'I' ** ""*'' ""*"** "" "60"doThe- ba1t4f. th Soalheast w&lerot "dI:0 a print or. -...>1 .
.and Treasury Lane. 4 J Hundred Feet. Protection from Rains Cold I I : Tax Collectors Nale.By .
'Burroughs E. Carte Wholesale and Retail, dealer seclanJ7range2l S au J E- 'I j \Vinds&c., forming a desirable RETREAT from ('II RISTLNA. ANDVIIEIt..
: in fir.it quality Family Groceries of all! kinds, Lij j., 40 do the iVorlheaet.qcarler of the N< rth %a.el confinement at all seasons of the I virtue of thpower vested in-me by' '" .,'...-

quor. &c.. No.2 East side Charlotte Street, North.of quarter of sec 12 nnd 7, range 27.S nnd .:. yenr.- shall expose fur.sale before tfie court ANDREWS ,
House situated oath in central S
The facing the of ..
: in city St. Augu ttnf on the first
40 do the of
Southeast Southeast
the Public square. :: ]I quarter ( quarter -I COMPANION, .
and retired
(ffeo'ge Bart. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry of sec. 36 and G, range 27 S and E. position, from oilier Dwellings. May next, the following described property C* "MERCYS DOHA.V!!

Jfioods, West side i Charlotte street, a few doors Also Lot Number Three of the Section. No 31, The House contains 45 Rooms with additional much thereof as will yay the stale and County .1! RITCHIE. New Yiri.: .k
Parlours Dining Hoom es and the due thereon "to-
Setting .and conveniences necessary expensed Jot
North Treasury Lane. Township CItng'2SandE. 1 any two of the faovm 7
Seth M. Waken.. Wholesale\ and Retail dealerin Containing in ihe aggregate Tbiee Hand re land in general For Accommodation can year 1851.to wit; EUgrRvlu&fI. I, ', ,

Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the Seventy two acres. 'not be surpassed.The 300 acres 3d rate land assessed to Nicolas .. :

ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, It. B. CANOVA, oBltrUrof well earned Reputation ibis House chez being section 25 of private survey, viz : ;"

Charlotte, street opposite Misse Pinkhams.'Jlfim St. Johns County. has from Year to YeAr acquired will be'th. 4, south of range 29 East being in St. John WITH MART Qnam ,

S. If JV, Pinkham. Dealers in Fancy Jan. 31st. 1832.BY Proprictrr.sI, Jrs. DAVIS aim to sustain and I ty, adjoining lands of Estate. of Room Mickler Leutze, Fngrated try SbrlttSi.

Goods. &c. opposite the Planters Hotel on Eastside .-. ---- for the liberal ,,Patronage heretofore, she re- II Estate Unless ofET Jenkrs. inttd 5y Xothermel AgrwU '';,
and .Hlt
taxes expenses are paid. before br&irtoin
Charlotte street vested her thanks. :
virtueof the power In me by law 1 turns of
sale. .
Pedro Benet. Dcalcrin Groceries( Provisions&c.c: day by Hunthgta,.Earn -
expOAC for sate beore the Court Hows The Table will be supplied with chbicet R. C OV -
B Sberiffnnd Nw
ex-off. vedty Rilel .
corner. of Cuna and St. George street. door at Mellonville on the first Monday of Angmnext Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks, Venison, .' Tax Assessor and Collector CDILDKo.Ptaiat.4Jya... ;,
Manuel Crespo. ,Dealer, in Family stores Provi- the following described tracts t.f land or .-flO Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time 8.1.
ions, 4w.,corner of Charlotte and Bridge streets. much thereof as wll pay the taxes due thereon the bur Rivers and Forests. abound. Two Nov 1. 1851. I ; 1- .,E"l7n yAadra & .n'

I I. & J., Qvtncy. Watch maker. and Jeweler od State of Florida and Co-.nty of Orange forthe year Hunters sporting for this pr 1i'f .
more exclusively
office of Dr. Peck. I Tax Collector's Sale. Union
George arreet. nearly opposite 1851 to wit ; House. Reporter,
Thos. Neltjn. Retailer of Boot*, Shoes, Caps, 75O acres of Land in Tnml'ull swamp belonging Horses Ponies Cans BY virtue of the power vested in me by a reportoftbe mll*-
Hsu and Dry Goods, east side'of Charlottee street, or supposed to belong to Win G }Foot returned Fishing levied upon and will expose for on.and Information die;
.corner :ot Charlotte street and Treasury Laoe. by"lJcnjaiuin A Putnam. Tackles, Boats for Excursion&c. at Fort Capron on Indian B nr. St. Lucia of the Fine A rtsi v'" :::;

Lawrence Andreu. Tailor. ,, Charlotte street, I .. VeryRespectfully, (there being no Court House in said county) on WHOLE WORLD': .

near the Fort. i Also 350 acres belonging or supposed to belong PROPRIETRESS. first Monday of May next,between, ; the usual no '. <\i. ;.

John Utina., .Boot maker, harlotte street near CharlotS Gobert returned by William A Forward of sale, the following described tracts of land, f'fphia .

be CUT Hotel. N. B.-It is the wish of the Proprietress much as will pay the State and County Taxes which awards -prixi .

tj. Micharl NelliganCabinetMaker, Charlotte I that the Servants attached sessed thereon for the original America
Also 1000 acres belonging supposed to belongto year 1851 vix: many olaM V.. .
:; Street,IN low Terrperance Hall. N. Harris, returned by John ,Pontane.j to the Hon e should be civil, attentive it I 00 acres of an Island known as I selection of pin to.

John Manucy. Slack'Smith and Gun Smith, near ,.and obliging Island situated in said county of St. Lucia thepeaoa'ibs. '.-'

the North Gate of ihe'City. r j IfMso, 55 i'acres.jjbeljn: or supposed to belong* J CARMICHAEL AND USCIUOD'S ded on:the North by Indian River Inlet on Dlstrlbntion ; I ,j
to the heirs of Low. ; ,i9 DREDGING MACHINE. South by St. Lucia Inlet or Gilberta Bar. on .t;? '

,<;Dmitri Table. fieirlivg ]Alley. Ora Howard' J Also, ''0 acres belonging or supposed to belong uhderssigned hare been :appointed agents Fast by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the West I the Evening of the) last vc& '

ard.1Juili1np'arbt square. to Robert Marine, returned by B A Putnam THE owners of his indention! d would recommend Indian River assessed against Major F. every Year. '"*fI ,1iio

I Bowling Jilt,, Liquor and Refrtthmenli, by a it to Contractors, Companies, or: Individual, and F. M. Robinson, residents. Unless, the COMMITTEE OF THE..'

jfV Bridier, Ciiy Hotel. ( Also, 810 acres belonging or supposed to belong who are about doing,work of the following descrip- thereon and costs are paid before the day of UNION. :.

".. t Philip Gome*., Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, to John P Wllian, returned by B A Put. don.viI: I Also 320 acres of land (the same being a worJw of Art ;r

<-. &c..i:Charlotte: street, opposite Bridier's Bowling nam. Extensive drainage of Swamps, Marshes, and fa- of a Grant of 12,000 acres made by the from their :t:1.(f j

I .. Alley., I J SIMPSON Sheriff and TJX Collector. o. t'. gar Plantations. I Government to Eusebio Maria G.omez on the 210 CHESNUT : ]

!?; I !j I Jan 31st 1852. Building Levees around'Plantation Towns, July 1818) situated in said county of St. Lucia country. who may live-re* '

:. t. .j i STAGE OFFICE. Opening Channel. waysnd. removing Bars at the an Island lying betweenGilberis Bar and or public exhibitions of iha

ir N ., I ,Ofice oj fit Picl.'* Md. lStri t. Dridier* City I Tax Collectors Sale.BY'Virtue I mouth or Rivera ana ,arbors.; I i Bar and known Jupiter bland except 80 acres ,Arts.'l?

. I: .'Hotelj ofthe power vested in me by law Making Canals through Swamps marshy or candy log on the west s>de of Jupiter Narrows bel ngi .
before the Court House
Ia. ? for sale ground.Deepening. I f the Estate of F.M, K.Morrison late deceased mbel'llhip."S. ibId beUJ;,
F ; 1 door at Vellonville the first Monday of July next t
CHURCHES. I water around Wharves and Piers \, much there of as will pay the State and.County so as to enlitl members' A, ;
: RMtfUf, Cttlolic, CiI 'CI. North. side ..MonuuiennABar .. the following described tract of land or so much Keeping open channel way through Lakes and RI"I I Assessed th Ol1 for the years 1849 1850 and ," whic will Be fit, '

'. .. .. j. ,. : 4 I thereof wiJI pay ihe taxes due thereon the Stator Vera; removing Rafts or sunken Logs, tearing, upRoots unless the taxes: thereon and costs are paid before of the money, to '
.ideMo I I the 1851 any.ezs
t ;.up*1 Cktrcl South u"ent square. I Florida and CountynfOrnngfor. year of Trees,etc, "day.of ae. .C.L. BRAYTON. !Jhf'l'i1fEx. ?;:
Ckurck. On St. George street, to wit iI i ..:--.
To persons improving waste Land.bT. Tax Anesebr and C Uecto*. will fciv*' k
.. Loath of thesquare. ,'I. {I O350 ergs assessed to Thomas Fitch being in drainage this machin caD be be recommended as the 5u Lucia Co. Florida. *mar be made receipt!**
Churek. St. George street, I f section 36, 39, and 42. Townships 14 and 15, to '
1. :$ !JthodissIpiacpal only one adapted to all the purpose necessary Jan 31, S52. & W. DEWEY'*'** ,
Sheriffandjan :
the Majnplia HouseTERMS range 32. J. SIMPSON: who !
; fltar* To those are bnidingor repairing canals or Corresponding Bevretarj? _
.1" 3.1852. Tax Collector. drains it, will be{found immense value as it will 'Tax Collectors Sale Street, Ph1Iadelphfae-

'OPCOURTT EASTERN CIRCUIT POSTMASTERS. deepen the Canal j andat the same time form. an embankment ..
TO virtue of the nstfd'in
: power me Bj
., ., ''J OFF1ORIDA.sritKO or levee. By .
POST OFFICE STAMPS.! shall expose for sale before the Conn i brk VVatnr 'ft
per Wit
TEKM.Fot 'This machine is used< ..with either horse or steam. I
'the'CobttHieajot Orange and'S .Xacie. at Mel- THE undersigned, Postmaster Pleasant Grove power which can be Increased to any extet.They i at Mellonville! on the' first Monday of July next, York, a full ats& I'
I the first following described tract ,
lonviUe.on the third Tuesday in April. Co Maryland was person in are now in successful operation in all parts of th nod Shelf Gootol.i
Pilatka,second Tuesday the U. '8. who, conceived and undertook extensivelyto and Charleston South 'I' as will pay the taxes due thereon the '* SyrUp Cranb
For the county Putnam*at I :he county, maybe seen at Car- Florida and rrr d4p._
l c lea of supplying all post offices with County of Orange for th* yeir ; '
In April. -" :4-.t.';' I II I I publish oliriia; NaVY Yard Pensocola; and oa the Canal between towit s, :Cabbages C&a$
All stamps made by him are war : \t4, .. |
Forthe coua of Marfon.at Ocab, fourth Monday cheap stamps. Galveston and San Louis. Preserves' Crackers
I 4. of April Ai j I I ranted clI':1J) superior to any othtr that can be By application! to.J, S. ::;3ECOR, Esq.,our Agenat -.- 300 acres section of land assessed to .Bernardo Beans, &c. :" .
I in
'whenever being 44 township 15
procured at the name price and any are range 33,
ioullAh"ui" 'Dd New Mobile for the States of Alabama and Floridaa '
for the Levy at ,, and east on Hallifax River. BE. CAR
sent out >n any way defective or unsatisfactory of the machine be with information ;
i-isville first Monday in May. drawing can .seep ''''!-
n J. SlMPSON.Sberift"and Tax
shall be forwarded, on notice,, without Collector
r'or the Couaty of Co(*mbia: at Alligator! on the plicates of alto the cost,etc, Jan 3. 852. luPplle.. : .
All who order a set stamps. WITH CIUllOF !
charge. 12th j chr Aaafroo
1851 Mary
seco d Monday of May, July. .1 i
E PATES at Two Dollar only-for thirty pieces-. GILBERT. &,8ECOR New I follominjc articles 'ff} .
1 For the!countof Nassau, fNII. I! u C. H.,on the adlibitam. .+ I >f
\VedDtad'abefcre the fourth Monday May. .shall be kept in stamp : /, Tax: Collectors. :Sale '. Hams.BaconCbee .
Tooth Powder &c.IT. .
For the county of Duval, ai. Jacksonville. on the AdJress "Post Master, Pieasnt' Grove,Alleghany. fYvirtue ofthe: powerefed in, me by u. Sugars, Floor -fi**
Co. Md.. Cleveland' Tooth Powder English: .ILD shad expose for sale before' the Court BmuM.fU1
:: fourth Monday (fMay.c Water Soap>, .
c of St. John's Toothbrushes Cologne ,French :Soap door at 3/ellonvflIe on..the first Monday.. *
For the County Hcaday June. at St. 'Augustine, I is hereby given, that I 'will;u four Camphor $osp. Honey JSoap. assorted' Perfumes, *xt.the following described tract of land J. porter, Ale. ,=

; I i .on the,second ..iritL 'I'U. NOTICE from this date, apply to the Judge of! PhUieom'Oil.Bears Oil,toilet Powder;fine ,Sponge, much thereof as'will pay the'taxes due thereon CocoanuU A ,

, Forthecountle Orange and St. Lncie Tuesday 1 Pnbate of,St. Johns County for .a1qbor t, to sell Hair ,Dvef Rose Water J/liitary Shaving Soap State of Florida and County of Orange for &c.- E. Lf4U.- '-?

; before the firftMbodarof November. j ji i I Il' I Ip 110 much of the real Fstateof Domingo Urina. late Straps Brushes Roger's Perfumary Jockey Clubb, year,1851. to wit T WEST." :: !

of.Patnarn, at Pilatka, the second .' of eaid County, deceased I as will .be sufficient' &c.-_ Alsor an assortment .Roger's &, 'Worten- ,100 acres assessed to ,Joseph' M GomeIR ,
Forthe county
.,. i beforethe first Monday of November pay the remaining debts of said Estaf. horn's.Cutlery, Fancy note_ and, Bath letter Piper, section 43, township! 14, range 32,*_80Udh.and i Capf. '
3 Tuesday, .' ANTONIA HITCHCOCK. at retail by B E.CAfffl. '. j. ,SUIPSON; Shrifft'aad deJpatrb. 1II
the first Tax C'oUtct
(St. John's, on MondayjiaNpvcmbfr. I 4
. For!the county G I" I--
St. Augustine, Dec 27ih, 1&51. NOl 29 jan. 3,1P5. "'I.f'I .1, f. .' I ,."B. ,fio: -- .

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