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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: June 24, 1854
Publication Date: 1850-
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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 in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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At4'6L t 1 2,(i",I00 "Be calm, be calm, my child!" replied he:
2 6 51 D. srt-Spons 1t,, 1 "would to heaven that I could comfort thee, my
an a; ^ u Desert-Spoon 1, 60 1) ( .
055 '" T'ilde-Spoosn, 1 45u(li0 my own.. But there is no hope-within three
GJo<-Fols. Mrs. PAR{T4NGT,'O'N'r days thnu and all thy little ones will be--"
4aW_.itg of*:fun, lt, 5V ets, 1t0,000 (j Fatherles.-s; he would have said, but he the
"i .. thet ,Fashionable, o,rds dedon Ihis tongue.
.--rt _VqAVENG IAVl[ S, "Three days" repeated, she, raising her
--+ ...... .- ... 8750 o head from his breast, but she added eagerly
"..8 Ad "o --" .bead fr'ot 'his
,5A ,far I i. Apera[L pressing his hand, "my father shall live I Is no
of the City of New Y',' 14,12. .5 iny'grandv-fadher the friend of Father Petre, the
31,OS. Po)P-te.-Monnnies, nt 25. ct. 7,772 25
A LOAN for 100 YEAI.S, without in- coriles.sor and master of the king, from him he
terest, or seemrity, of 'a.h. l,10II0000 shall beg the life of his son, and my father shal
It is confidently believeld that the tickets will not d e."
niall be sold, and tile property will be distributed i y!ny, Gizel, returned he, "be no
by the fir t of June, i,
NThe property will be placed in the hands of docdirll-there is no hope-already the king
inuittee appointed by the ticket hold.r.r, to has singed the order of my execution and th
ributed in a perfectly lair and satisfictory messenger ofdeath is now on the away."
S to all concerned. "+ "Yt mny father shall not die !" she repeated
ricee of tickets is 1l ea'1h, entitling the I .
er to f, nr admissions to thle Exilibition, andt emphatically and turning to her father, sai
'bf the 300,000 gifts. I calmly ; we part now, but we shall meet again.
'All orders for tickets must be address.-. 3St- i. \hat would my child," inquired he eagerly
paid, with money enclosed, to Prof. J. Woodman
rt, No, 77 87 Br W. OLD gazing anxiously on her ace..
IIALL,New York,and the tickets will be prompt- Ask not now, my father, -he replied-" as
ly Iborwarde I to any part of the woild. not now; but pray for me, and bless nme-bu
Any information relative to the property may not with thy Inst blessing."
be obtained at the otffce of the WORLD'S HlALL,0`
or of F. J. issther & Co., No Nassau-St. Ilie pressed her hand to his heart, and wep
New York. April 8, 1854.--3m. upon her neck. In a few moments the jail
Fl i esHook enteredd and they were torn from the arms
OTTUN, Ilemp nl Flacx a lie, st Ne each other. On the evening ofthe second da
and einte (wine,also a large as-ortmnient of'pa- after the interview we have mentioned, a wa
femt kirby bent fish hook* warranted, new pitenti fairing man crossed the bridge at Berwick, froe
and superior,shoi, bar lead, powder, flints, hatn caps, proceeded down rygate, s
english percussion caps, &.c. B. E tCARII the North and proceeded down aryga, s
-r ess,-*tarch p-lis down on bench by the door of an hostlery v
10t1ir-will give line'n a the side of the Street nearly fronting where wh
13U. F. CARR. was ele .1 the M:0n guard. He did not o


ter the ino for it was abc'-e his apparent
condii:m,' bLing that \\hic.. Oliver Cromwtvll had
made his headquarters a few y-eais lefior', naii
wheie at some eanilier pcri-Al, J-ime- thle Sixth
had taken up his re(-sildence when on hisi way to
enter the ov'nvigity of En laid. The travelkr
Wore a coarse jerkin, fra,t,-nel round his b,,1dy
ly le Iatlhern giv'dl a'l over it a sinall cloak,
co0npo l0 o' C74eq1,lly lpainn imateriial.. l1e, was
evidently a young 1u1n, blt hi b-eavr,: wars
drawn down, so as almost to conceal Li, featinures.
in oPe hand he carried a imiill bini.lh, and in the
,othl-ra pilgimin's 'alf. Having-allkd f-ra glass
I of win l, he took aci ,iit ifbru-al froin hi bundle,
Sanl afterr vreting a I'fw minutes rose to depart.--


."aoudn were ifshieg fu
ts of wind were mamnia g
coornpaln. ..by heavy sue-
I'all the 6 oft [he Tweed
was troubled,
"Heaven help thee if thou intendest to go far"

in such a night as this' said the sentinel at tlhe
English gate, as the traveller passed him and
proceeded to cross the brilgt..,
In a few minutes l he was upon the borders of
the wide, desolate anl dreary moor of Twecd-
moutlh, which for mile, presented a d&scrt of
white, fern stunted h(al), here and there cover-
ed with thick brush-wood. He slowly tAiled
over the steep h*ll, brnvig the storm, which
now raged in its wildest firy. The rain fell in
torrents, and the %%in1 li howleli, as a region of
ianmishle'l wolves, hurling its angry ecloes over
the health. Still the stranger pushed onward
until hlie proceeded two or three miles from
Berwick, when as if unable to brave the storm,
hlie sought shelter amidst the crab and bramble
bushes by the way side. Nearly an hour had
passed since he sought this imperfectrefuge and
the storm had 'increased together, when a
horse's feet were heard splashing along the roard.
The rider bent his head to the blast. Suddenlly
his horse- was grsped bytlie helad and the
traveller stood before him, holding a pistol to
his breast.
"" Dismount cried the stranger sternly.
Thle horseman benumbed and stricken with
fear, made an effort to" reach his arms, but in a
moment, tho hand of the robber quitted the bri-
dle, grasped the breast of the rider, and dragged
him to the ground. Hle felt heavily on his face
and for several minutes remained senseless.--
The stranger seized the leather bag which con-
tained the mail from the north and flinging it on
his shoulder, rushed across the heath.
Early on the following morning the inhabitants
of Berwick were hurrying in groups to the spot
where the robbery had been committed, but nc
trace of the r.,bber could be obtained.
Three days had passed, and Sir John Coch-
rane yet lived. The 'mail which contained his
death-warrant had been robbed, and before an-
other order for his execution could be given, the
intercession of his father, the Earl of Dundornald
with the king's confessor night be successful.-
Grizel now become his most constant company
ion in prison, and spoke to him words of comfort
Nearly fourteen days had passed since the pro
traced hope in the bosom of the prisoner be
catne more bitter than his first despair. Bu
even that hope bitter as it was, perished. Tih
intercession of his father had been unsuccessful
t -and a second time the bigoted and would b
despotic monarch signed the warrant for hi;
death, and in little more than one day that war
rant for his death would reach the prison.
"The will of Heaven be done 1" groaned tb
Captive.
"Amen," returned Grizel with wild vehem
ence, but my father shall not 1"
r Again the rider with the mail reached Tweed
mouth, and.a second time he bore with him th
t doom of Cochrane. He spurred his horse t
e his utmost speed; he looked cautiously before<
e behind and around him, and in his hand he ca
1 ried a pistol ready to defend himself. Tl
moon shed a ghastly light, over the heath rende
t ing desolation visible and giving a spiritual en
g bodiment to every shrub. He was turning tl
e angle of a straggling corpse when his hoat
reared at the report ofa pistol, the fire of whu
d seemed to dash right in its ears. At the san
d moment his horse reared more violently and 1
" was driven from the saddle. In a moment tl
,' foot of a robber was Upogn his breast, who, boe


ding over him and brandishing a short dagger
k his hand said--
Ut "Give me thine arms or dte?"
The heart of the king's ietraVt failed in hit
Pt and without venturing a reply, he did as ho w
or commanded,.
of Now go the thy way, cried the rob-b
y sternly, but leave me thy horse, and leavu r
y" the mail-lest worse come upon thee. "
m The man therefore arose, and proceeded i
at wards Berwick, trembling ; and the robbed
oi mounting' his horse which he had left, re
at rapid'y across thu heath.
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lid the young 'tin pointing to a JiLlo wooden
lug in one side of tlhe nest. ** *..t
-Faith I do,' sad Pat, 'but hd9w will I get
hem back again ?' h!asked.
'Whistle!' said the boy applying his finger to
is nose and quickly vamo.ed. Pat, being on
ili:nate terms with. the captain, immediately
returned to the .ship.
'Cp)'en said he, with a low bow, I beg. your
ardon, but will your honor plase lend me the
can of your cabin a init ji.st '
'For wlat, P:atrick asked tne captain, a good-, ._
(arted old soul.
'I jist bought nest uf'merican hissing bhdd,
our honer,-' .
'Of what asked the ciplnim.
'I beg your pardon, humming birdie, I mane a
hlouand or more, all for a dollar jist. On ex-
mnining the nest, the captain admitted hIu to
hie cabin. After tLirning the key in the door,
he captain listened att-entively at the cabin door.
A nest of'merican humming birds,' sa:iid Pat,
rnwing out the plug. 'a thousanuid or more all f.or
dollar jist. What line straked jackets they
ave!' hlie soloquised to himself, as four or five
crawled upon the back of his hand. 'A nest of
imerican litimming birds,' Conuir.ned Pat, 'thous-
nd or more, all for a dollar jisi. What quare
tripedjackets they wear? Whist! theirfates
re like Bferycoals, sure Further! murther I
hricked Pat, as a half dozen or more flew from
he nest upon his face, followed by about fifty or
eventy-five others, that came buzzing, and his-
ing about his pate, for an instant only, and trith
'lehen ent fury they lo-lgcd themselves in his
ai"Aid about his person. 'MurtherI murther I
a:cn open the door, or byme soul, and that's
big oath-I'll kick it down,'lihe exclaimed kick-
ng violently at the door. 'M'urhier I murther t'
he roared at thel top of his voice. Suddenly the
floor fle v open, and out rushed Pat, followed in
lot pursuit by about one hundred large Ameri-
an T11oirneU7 Mits 'Pet caugigt in a rupi;JthaJ
Lout the deck, and he fu.l, 'r.ell mei- uprcltug _---
he enptain, the nrile, and one or two o-ther_, .
who, drunk with laughter, were reeling to and
ro, like drunken men, about the deck. Pat,
picks himself up in a jiffy and rushol madly for
he dock. He reaches it,and again fell,full length
ipontite ground. Ho was up in an instant, and
boundedoffwith the rapidlity ofa frightened deer.
Ie did not dare t 1i o'. b hind him,-nor either
urn to the right or lot-but kept steadily on I
nd was soon lost to view by thm dust raised be-
hind hitm. ...
"SCROOTCHING A LITTLE."-Miss Fitzancy, an
elderly maiden, accused Mr. Cleaver, the gay
'oung-man who was accustomed to carry homo
her marketing, with having forcibly kissed her
n the entry of her own house. Mr Oleaver,1al.
hough proud of his personal appearance, was
short, very short, considering his wiskers; his
height, even in his French boots, reached only
to four feet eleven inches. Miss Fitzancy, on
the contrary, being found of extremes;, ran up a
foot higher, and staid there being of remarkably
rigid deportment. She swore the abbreviated
yet amorous butcher kissed her by assault, and
hauled him up for it.
Butcher, with some expression of disgust,
more emphatic than necessary, denied the '
charge. Butcher wasfat, lady wasn't. Cleaver
had an antipathy to what he termed "scraggy
women, and vowed he hadn't kissed her, and
wouldn't; money wouldn't hire him to. .
Being cross-examined, lawyer inquires of the
lady the circumstances, when, where, how, &c.
Lady replies with particularity. On Monday
morning at ten o'clock, in the entry; resisted all
saheruldi, but he peirsevered, and triumphe-d. .... :
uLawyer asks : "D:d he stand on anything
but the floor" .
No, he stoodon the floor ; no cl.a'r, s'oal,or
anything else, being brtuglht into req.is a on."
But, my dear madam, this is impossible -
you are twelve inches taller tl:at he. How
e mud he reach your lips 'i.
Lady hadn't thought of 'h~iit but she wasn ot
to be trapped by the glibbest lawyer of them all
so she replies : "Oht ahI well I know ; yes to
be sue but then you knw I scrootched a little!d"
"Exactly l Thank you madam. That will
do. Nothing further your honor."-
Vordict for the short defendant.
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until the hair is well started, and afterwards
taken in generous quantities internally to clinch
the roots.
"Sambo, what ye think 'bout tihe thle world
cum' to an end dia year ?"
"Dar, go away nigger. Ye knows nuthin' tall
'bout it. How can dis world hab an end, when
it be round?"
HASARDor, EXPERIMENT.-Leigh Hunt being
asked at a desert, "whether hlie would-uot vei.
ture on an orange," answered quickly, '"I should
be hal py to do so, madamn, werd I not certain
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From the American Patriot. I
The American Hix imn ing Birds t
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A PAGE FROM THE LIFE OF PATRICK l
O'DONEHUGH.
__ '.. <
BY M. E. FERItIULL. e

Author of 'Mi ) -icer, the Unfortunato Man.'

I have seen a few ."funny" people in: my
travels through various parts of the world, but l
I never recollect of meeting with one, that could s
hold a straw to Pat, the hero of our story. Ab
more s ubdolous character I think never breathed. t
However bad a scrape poor Patrick might be
caught in, hlie would either lie himself out, or look
as indignantly injured as if he had been kicked
out o' doors for merely minding his own busi- .
ness. He was no ways handsome, either in form
or features, was an ugly, stal-wart, over-grown,
rough looking son of the '-Emerald Isle." Poor
fellow, he is now wasted, marrow bones and all,
in his ever-narrow resting place.
Patrick emigrated to this country in the year
18-; a stranger in a foreign land. To Pat eve.,
rything seemed free-he breathed free, and felt
himself a freeman upon the land of liberty I A
year previous to his arrival in America, Patrick
received a letter from a fiend in America reques-
t ting him to start for this country- s soon-as pos- -
stble. It read as follows:-
"Gome, Pat, to Amnerica whiskey is only two
Sshillings a pint-murpheys, fifty cints a bushel,
and no hanging for stealing ; come, Pat, come
quickly."
It was a beautiful a delightful morning in
June, the sun rose slowly, majestically, streak-
ing the eastern horizon with its golden rays
spread over the broad canopy of a clear asuroe
heaven, ahd looking, with the nobility of a prin-
cess, proudly down upon the inhabitants of the
earth, as Patrick O'Donehugh first stepped upon
Freedom's soil, in the far-famed city of New York.
On the first morning of his arrival, Pat was
Cleaning lazily against a pile of boxes that were
Supon the docks, he was accosted by a dirty rag.
I ged stub'd nose urchin, with- .
-Hollo! old boss !-l!ook'er here; don't you
want ter by a nest of 'merican humming birds ?
Sa thousand or more of'erm. My father kicked
S the bucket, my brother's felled in the well, and
my sister has got the measles, and I'll sell 'em all
r for one dollar.'
0 After a few words had passed between thbmm
Pat handed the urchin a dollar and retired. a
- nest made of cotton, flax and wool. .
, 'How do they como out:' asked Pat of the
e boy. .
'You t.ust get into a room, all alono by your-
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VOL. :.1


,JUNE 24th, 1IS5A.


THE ANCIENT CITY.
PUBLIStHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT'
St. Agllls.tine, St. Jolhns CtuUlty Flo.
Y RAIiMON CANOVA
TE1iSm:-2tcd' Dollars per annum In advance.
No paper discontinued until all arrearages are
paid, unless at-the option of the Publisher.
One Dollar per square, of twelve lines and un-
der, for the first insertion, and 75 cents for each
subiequent insertion. To yearly advertise-rs a
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uf Sir John. Cochrane--the officers of nthe law
w-iled only the arrival of thel mail With his
i second deal warrant, toleud him to tht scaffold,
and the iditg>i arrived that the mail had again
been robbed. For yet fourteen days and lthe life
of the prisoner would be prolonged. He again
full on lihe neck of h;s daughter and wept, and

ft is giol-tlhei hand of heaven is in this.'
'Sail I not,' repli,,l the maidlen, and for lihe
flrst time she wept alowl--- that my finther
I should not die '
The loiurteen dayi were not yet passed when
the prison door flew open, and the old Earl of,
Dundonmki rushed t tahe arms of his son. H1is
inneeaen with the cwfewsor had been at length
esuwessful, and ifte'etwe sfigiAg the warrant
far.the .eeti -of oia r J014t which ha.i as of-
.in.li" realten, !i .. lion, the king
had seakted hi, pardoin. Ile hui-rid with his
fiLber from (lie prison to hi.+ own house his
f:inily were clinging around him, shedding tears-
of joyI and they were mniarvelling with gratitude
it the mnyvste ivii providencei that had twice in-
trelerpted the mail when a sh anger craved an
audience. Sir John desired him to be admitted
-and the robber entered. He was habited, as
we have b.cfore described, with a coarse jerkin;
1but hi bearing was above his condition. On en-
tcrig hlie sliglitly touch his beaver but remained
covered -
When you have perused hliese,' said he'
taken two papers from his lbosolI, 'cast them
into the fire!'
Sir John glanced on them, started and be-
came pal--they were his death warrants.
'My deliverer!' exclaimed, he, how shall 1
thank thee-how repay the preserver of my life?
My father, my children thank him for mel'
The old Earl grasped the hanJsof the strang-
er, the children embraced his knees and he burst
into tears.
'By what name eagerly- enqfired Sir John,
'shall I call my dcr'v.-rcr .'
The strancger wept aloud, and raisijig hik
beaver, the raven tresses of Grizel Cochrane fell
upon the cloak,
Gracious Heavens!' exclaimed (lie astonished
and enraptured father-' fy owir child!-my.
own Grizel!'


1


_ _^ _Si o0 ir g. y ?
[From the Charleston Courier.]
FORGET ME NOT0
There is an flower I love full wet,
It se, ks an humble Epol,-
It binds the heart as with a spell;
AnJ binr, aisc "Forget Me not."
'IThe flower may wither and decay,
,The emlemn'ne'ei" can'rat,
I It eries are louder day biy dtay--
Th, y art. "F.r F.gI e11 nt."


,, lhc flVt velI I have |i'runked (or IhIe-
on sl Ir I Ie t- l re 1.
l i) 1 iile. roll '" S
h^^Lll' '' E^ ^


F-," .\,lvertisentl not-i ,n
number l if iii..rlio'l ril i.. iii're.l, will be tContinuednii c
until forbid, and chtar, l',I. A T 0 U" C II I N .
4 ,] Five Dollurs will be clirgu,.l fon" nil :,i,-
Five D 1 ill be Al :III- ,, W hen the tyranny o r tlie late Jam es drove his
iiounceluent.s of candidates for office; to be paid l h y
.in advance. otfiOects to take up arms against him, one of tlhe
in advrince. 0 .,
-- tie to ltrs a ,r.'dito,,r., $7 00 nrost f rmini,.aible enemies of his usurpations was
Notiel'a Dlto pserxaitC-rLdi t s, $<00 l
A.liction for ttr of, Anii- traio,, 5 00 Sir John Coclnane, ancestor to the present Earl
.1p4kationfrr[Ail txri~i Aptieti on for dimisal ai i.hur., 10 00 Iral,1. ie t'vasonei of tihe most prominent
ita. d nptic. for private b.,.en.lit will be actorsin Argyle',. rebellion, and for ages a set-
gd e.lotu!le.th,. eteofadv.r i.in.. tied glooi] hung over the house of the Camnp-
All iligiou. not,:* w illk , i.lved gra- bells enveloping l cIniColnme ruin all who united
titosly., their fortunes in the cause ot its chieftains. Theo
-T- All bills for Job printing, must be paid same doom enorpa:sed Sirt John Cochrane.
on thie delivery of the work, He was surrounded by the king's troop Long,
W" All letters on: business, and communien- deadly and desperate was his resistance, but at
t A L ttb ot to r. eite 'ttentin. length, overwI-e1 by numbers. he was taken
.-prisoner, tried, and condemned to die tipon the
"-l^ l i['or like Peopile. scaffold. He had but a few days to live, an.d his
-'7'l -T (r-FT' 4 iilor ai'aited the arrival of his death-warrant
W O L.,.'.__ -.+ .,nily an
^* ..... 'll/>LL" Wi.>L/'/.L]. ti olh.l, I im fort to execution. His 1anily and
IAl A HA IT w .l.l 'Tf iwr..1 had visited him in prison and enchawiged
11;.. ,rfill lin li i i t Ne% Yuri, withl him the last heart-rending farewell. But
#_ iefo 0 .,, t1' I'll "- there was one %hlio was tho pride of his eye
N *W S thairig I>- kn l vCI fnd of hic; house ; even Grisel, the daughter of
j^^^ 'w %t i M. s t he \.. .e IInil. his lovt. Tiiiligli I wag casting a d ep gloom o
.......... .OwVer, tierL gr tI f of hi 'spriSIO housCe he -was
tlS^i 2 fe-.t ,--d .,, ii i,1ing.fr" the last look of his favorite child,
TIrn.',' s, A:lv nur, o.I" f -ilo--ref '," wlich .l 1,il and his lead was pressedlagainst the cold, damp
I,,. ,,.:,d Iy ||the iilh..u l. will i -li' i ,. an now lhe Wall of his cell, to cool the feverish pulsations
iiurchil.er.e ,l loif tI .,t-;,i hn o ittiiiisiii the rilu .-
in:ii lI, -,'nl a ; '-.I u sh', Gilts.aniou nt lby ht. su.n that slootthrough it like the sting of lire, whlien
Ioluiil W ,63u.1,0()0) tVie door (t Ihis apartinentt swung on its unoiled
L L I .? T 0 #P ," (/ 1 1 T X ,
PR'.'. LI.T O lW R worthnn i-hlinges, and the keeper entered, followed by a
-- ti,. -1e ,111n. i a ny one,, h v il ".t J: it,)1)$i .v0 0ng an0lb0autiful lady. IHir person was tall
1t 1OIF. II1 \k I t I"S:IE:(;.AN'T C()OU N\T1 Y SEAI', ;i% d coininmding, her eyes dark, bright and tear-
wilh Ifl i.l-i of nnd in a hIigh state of less; bt their very brightness spuke of sorrow
euh v~li I, t lw ,, hiii, Ol l %% whichh L' ?z
U101'110. OmttedoilLo lait --ol'.rrrow too deep to be wiped away -and her
,s,,-n1,I. andl ",., n-lii a imanifiient raven tresseswere parted over her brow pure as
view 4f Mltl itil n 1 vy lirecti.n.- polished marble. The unhappy captive raised
Val ird .iL,9 .5 000 00
qTihe c,-lebrateld MODIL OFTHE CITYt f FI.'1 \NlI-iC(O, valu,-d at 8.0(0 10 "My chl.11 my own Grizel he exclaimed as
+Prof. IllAr's ftr-fl.unted lan'ooMA or Ttru (otv she fell upon his bosom.
+ las, 10,030 00 ",
A -.,;nicri CTrX RESIDENCE in New "My father, my dear father !" solbed the
York, 1700000 miserable maiden, as shite dashed away the tears
1Ol0l,tilt V.,-in, n i of Prof. ltAr,'is extensive TRA that a,'olnp,:.i. Ied the words.
V.I.:t iii -Che olld I.4( New World, nter-"Y.mhor e srt"
,posed with remarkable Adventures, Your int rvie% must be short, very short",
Anusing A.i.,i-ioes, and Thrilling II- said the jailor as hlie turned and left them, for a
c.,,I.,i[s.,-. indl bound Wiili gilt edges, few inUtes, tigithel .
i ll'lI Ihio i lie p ,,rtra it o f d ie aiih o r .3 .{00.0 ill) ?
Tw.X TV-FVr. IWILtmit- LO eaTc conaiIu 10,- "God help and comfort thee, my daughter!
000 square ftel, in a bheautifli village in added the ,unhappy father, and he held her to
thle auh ..of New York City, e Sch his breast, and imprinted a kiss rtipon her brov.
' 111.TYL EANi'SEWGODrIAuwo ororSs, "I fared that I should die without bestowing
atf $300 9,000 00 my last blessing upon the head of my own child,
5 ," 5111 2,5300 00
0 l0eon, 0 2,1-11m01i1 and that stung me more than death, but thou art,
20 ** :M elodeons, 1*>0 :?,riH'lll i, ., e i i
*- *5 Gold\ Wairh,.d 10 5,000 00 [come, and the last blessing of thy wretched
o.... 75 7,50000 father"-
10It :I d0 5 00000 "Nay, forbear !" she exclaimed; "not thy
a n r , I 5 ,0 0 0 0 0 "y
S101o .. Br-acelets, 5i 1..50 00o last blessing; notthy last My father shallnot
01 iii i ** Rings. 2, 1:i1.1)di dle."




.UbAV.j3. ~b d. ~ J ~ .a. .~ J.,.


xo.wto "Piow EaQy'"-Nevw View
of alli t Vatiii:a.
A. NTEIGBTCORINO E4rnir came into tLihe house
f a, venerable sire or rniwrniuig and siaid that he
hlad discovered a ncev way ot plowing which was
f'a great deal e^iei" than 'the-old one. lie had
taken 'the tongue, -axletree, and fre-wheels
opf his ox wagon, and chained the beam of the
piero to the axletree, and lie said that's the
wlhee's rooled over the TU face, the plow in con-
' Scq1i,:nce, ran with less *Ira,'a,-1t.
STIhe sire .listened to lhim i resp.ectfull, and
wlen he had. t !m,. ., inqiiried-wne-thur it ihad
q- occnred to himln that the plow wolld run just as
uCh -easier with ihe .. litAchedt on Li,;i;ii,
-gs it di with t:l, mn forrva 1 of it.
This 'a a:io ii.:. vi.ol-' ,a contrivin.ce and
it struck. 01i" in'.,it.:r ,o 1,, ',)!, that h1 never
C. .tOig't afterwards that the extra wei-!li of the-
tongue, axletree, and fore-wheels of his ox wag-
Son would ,liiiiii,il thie draft of a ploQw. lia ox-
en c'nij.l--.1, if il,.,y I,,t Oi,|,r.ciate t'.. Lh n, lit of,
lh.: i4';n.-- \..l^/^ ,#;', j ,rar '

S'" "' Curf or Swixey.

Sci:i!u ihi :, 1:mle nri'il..r or yof u" vilimi.bL j~ ir, '
al a&'reeipt fur the removal or cure L" sVinrey, I
having had sile experience with laimeness of
that kind ieft.jJ hlurse, would 'I.: fullly cominu-
i lcata Atlia s, t.i the reading ]"il.lio thirolgh
th P oe .les ,Joiirn!a;. 1 i l.'i T l,.'a,' i'e fully sat-
isfiedof tha seat of'arisf !i-n,.r together
eqnuail parts of hog's 1-ir.land spirits of terpentinoe,
;:- d, aa hot w.s p'iactiabl,, l ,' 1,-.1Y.it to ih.. srim, l-
derf and bitl, in thrii,.lily with a chafiing i-
S.- .roh;. This si,,ulM be applied every other morn-
" 1i-g for six days, (be carefnl and not burn the
hoarse,'for thi<4 would ciuase inflaimnation) then ap-
plr s n.; hrmii,_ liniu.ent until the horse is well
Tilhis prox-o., have nevor been known, to fifil.
The most obstihat6 caSes yield to it in a few
w w. 'k II X. \Yi:r::aji .

Sl.t,'a P, rT1 irl i AaAIf3r PEAoa Titz
WOM3s.-A c'irer<.-,,i,'._l.t :it Perry, Wyoming
county, Ne,, York says "My father has peach
and a'l,:le 0ii :,r..Is3 in "n.l:ii.n..-To prc'u'v(
the roots of the tree, lie isin the i habit ,il pi liiing
about half a bushcl of theo stems-of tobacco a
round each tre,.. lt- ll.v the stern..4 around
the root of the.tlreao ontop ,if tie ground, once in
two'yQears. Tl. ltan: h1as nvcrl fai-led to pr;-
teit roors from. 1 all insoctse &L.-R',I A3'ew
Yorker. -" -' L .N
". .'*:-~---< &(--^- '**
SiAN E1,TRAO1aDiNAiY, T, Pr, ':.--Thero is-
novw in .the pI, .-O-..imn of, and .mnauifactured by
Mi. Collings, a .ilvr.ii"li,, of Glo"hcstersh'ire,
i_ gl'11in a mnosti ili -n'i i-, pieco ot'-' mcclianistn
--an .ei2lity.,l.y ,....!,, within dead lbeat esca e-
.-- ent. ilai' ti'ii,.i.i povwelh eidlnO es the q iairte'rs,
.."pla.ys sixtocen tunes inr treivlv hom'ris, o will
S playvat anv tim, r..il' 1 he hanls round
.- as f.llo v.-; Onie, oiicr a"i'l1inlat ; one, ol-uc nit
hour, on", rileto a week; onl, owico a mno:1 ;i; one.
'or.,e a year.- It S1i) %'; I.. II iO i 00 'S ag-, fhe time
of. riiri. and,' .-,'.ig of tlihr sun, the time or
liigh aml. low wat.=r, I,.rit ebb a d i., l, and
by .a ia.iil',.il c,':,n,, i, ,, t erh e i a pa wh L i
represents 'the *t.:.r, which rises anl f(i0s, lift-
jng th-e sliip )t lih watJr tide a4 it' it were in
li*motion, ai!l :i, it reqAed, eaVi ig th.eise hltl ai--
,liumaloin .ihips- drv 'n.sand-'. It shoirvs the hour
SO.'t ie im.ay.'l1y ,f iith. \'i. vk, onith of tle year. li1
S tlIe diay of the nmtli, there is fa Ir, i-. I,'l 'made
or. ir tlme long andl s,.:urt months. It shows tie
Stwlve .siaiis :of thioe zodiac; "it strikes or not, ai
.yOu wi i-it has the equation table, showing
S ith differeiCe rf0 cli,,k :iin.1 -,ii ;v m.-dv i, -ihe
IB ^ r 1' '"'y p,.r-Ii 11 of lc [.i i.ft!"i; itif,.l_
v wolkman- l-,ip, and p-:1,,:, f 1.,.-t ac. uratiY. -

S T':,.-The cnltlre rf tlh? tea-plant has been
ini trod need into tin. Ui.il,1 St.tes, and those.
1.lanter Mlho Irive (ied the expiini,.i-t, have
Msic edcJ bev-r,I,1 tih,.-ir lighl..St c -p iafti,,n~. -
That tea can be grown S.i.-ciCSr-IIlly in Carolinn,
Goorgij, and FluriJai, is almost certain.-- Peo-
} .r: c o ur- ,,' ':' .. "* f *' ... .^

A'- NTIDOTr TO THE P,.-,l:>'; OF S S.uAs.---A ,,'i.
S 'o.i of iodine is reported by Mr. FEKNARI, Qf tIhe
.. Aadamv ofS:iences of Paris, to be an" antilotu
to the venom of the bite or stiig of serpents.
IzIItnrlctionq to Collector' and oth,-
' er Ofiticero oi tlil Cilt .n ,-.--Ufalr-
ieuc" of ?wilzerfa .... .. T .EAsuitV DrFAItricNT, June 8, 1854.
Ornciil i formntiun having been received at
this d.pairlimient thnt the g.*Ver ,nmntw of Su-hter- _
land have ahpt'-d thie frai,, of Fr;lnc., as a, stan-
d'rd value of thme Swiss "f'ailk rd.-ra'lr," cquiva-
-- -lent-to 18-6-10 cont mIn,,icv _..f tine T.ull.l States;
the consular ceititiat,.t of value in the United
*. States currecncy, heretofore required in in:'oix-s
of Swiss goo ds when the same, are made out .in
,. the franc fi-ieral, will in future he dispensed
with--the amount ol such invoices to be reduced
at the eimstlo:m hioir,- into the ciuirrimcy of the U-
nited 3tates, l-y" the same ruto as at present ;rp-
plied to invoices from France made out in tlie
Fm ench -rianc ; prori.l..il, however, that the said
m:lv ticeP be accom[,:ini.i-,.l by a c.' tfc 't-,t f th6
Amnerican consul, *!i,.)wmg t'i:au, the ahcavc men-
t,,..' tioned standard of value of the franc in Switzer-
" lard remimiiis un'na.,g',1 ; and by the. customary
certilicate f.or the ;autherntici:tiora ofthe invoice


cost of the goods..:
.' JAMCS GujT1..RrI S,-r.tr-.-v of the Tcdas1Irry.

Th,.,., .' ie Si -. y i
There liH 'vin.- IPtLae u1 i, tl4 P.ir- M)o ,ini.-r ;r -
'.A con i,1urzicm.tivlm ]iin fit li":1 !', iON '. -i:
date'l Mav 2',, statle- thi tlim H n aisin- lhu\e ut-
m- -ackvd Silestra with all the il.sP. ,aiblu I.ics
they *had upon' thalit point. '[Tlii- attack, direct-
ed simultaneou-dly from tie Daeimhe andI by luNid
was renewed. four times im inl was f"r linices Fe-
fulsed b-y the beieigc-dl.. It is sthted t hat Omrir
'avbha is prepariug to go to tlihe a.-.kisqlhce of the
place. The resistenmee' of Sile.-tri; cmntiniuel
with success on the 213th May." Turkislh aei-
Cunts, through Vienrna. state that on the 37tlh
tha fortress hlill dtfelid itself bravely, indi lhie
news of a dis_,osition to treat on tIie part of tiie
Turkig was altogether false. Therewa 'Jli,6O'i0O
Russians around Silcslria. Operations fi oni th.'
Islands of the Dahubo were' aglaii siiupeimdui in
consequence ol'the heiglit of lhe river. The
damages done to. the for:itif.:auoin by thIe bom-
bardmient were repair od alm:it a-; somi as inmIdo
Thie Ru'siius, at thie deatand o l'lie I urk-z, li: f
pi'omineid not todirect. their fire on the hmp.ilat, .
,atestl accounts do not mention the personal
pres.nceef Prince Paskicwitlch before Sile.stria.
IHe had-ordered Gen. Gostschakoalf who w.is at
Kara.see, to niareh to Silestia hiith the artillery
reserveser; but the general being kept in chlieck
-.y..,Qm"r Pachna, had not been nblo to effect that
piovemnent. So late as May 2Gth the commiuni-
S..ation were open between Silestria and Shumla.
O;". QOar. Pacbha,. Marshal St, Arnaud, and Lord
-.jlaylan had reviewed, the Turkish army. Mar-
.',l -_al St. Arnatid -made a.flattering spueeh to thie.
ecffit that he was happy to B,?rve with suchi
.jAWps aa the Turks have proved themnelve,; to
be., Theroare uow 50,0,00) Freni'i troops at .(al -
- .. ...
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.. Ageits for thie Aiciieat City.
Messrs. BmsIaE & CANoVA, Jacksonville.
M ij. JoHN, BEARfD, Tallahassee.
R. T. BovYD, Esq. Pilatka.
Ti' Die above named gentlemen are author-
ised to receipt for us.-

S. S, M. PETTENGILL & CO., NEwsIPAPER
ADvETISING x AGENTS, are the Agents for the An-
cient City, and atre authorized to receive AD-
vrlrir.-cN'L an-.]1 SIT3SCmIUPTIONS for, us at the
same rates as rerqui'ed '.it this office. Their re-
ceipts are regarded as. pi i-,. lit-. T ti-ir o fflet,-
are at Boston, 10 State Street i New. Y,.ik, i 2
Nassau Street.

*^ THIE P UB 5lL IC ._
THE uildersigned having purchased the Press,
types- and good will-of the "ANCIENT CITY," t1,k
paper will-hereafter be issued under his control
and management. I
In 6l1-i.,ini, on the arduous duties aLtendant
on all such uncie t Iihngs, we feel the responsibil-
ity i f irn station, but cne'rura- e I hy tlme kind-
rl.-s .,"'r .our patrm- we e.itrr on r,,ir diliics with
the firn-i rt'sotmon to doa' nil that i, it s lk-. to
rNeid r t'a-: ANIETQ C('eTr w-orthy the ,iupi.ort of
Oiur Ci;/zi. 1-, and intercinmg nmid instructive to
its leaders. ..
The ANCIENT Cn-r since its st:mbi.Privmiit, ,a'
been devoted to the cause of Democracy, to
it 'r,. -ai, its dctrines arnd advocate its, cause, it
will for the future be c:n .li.t,:-1 on similar prin-
ciples. But t -,i.i we advocate thle great, fii'm
and ci ;in.Ail principles of Democracy, because
we believe they amre best adapted to advance and
pr-eserve, the greatest arnount of liberty and hap-
pine.Rs to our citizens, sti!] no bias, party feeling
or pr(Judice shall ever intervene to prevent us
from rendering juIs!ice to all, with strict and
perfet inmipartiality.
Our conmns will- always be open for the dis.
cussion of alal ,matters connected with the health,
: a', ity and iihappinoss of our citizens ; for the
dI.- X..;,n of knowledge to all classes in the conm-
,nunity, aid particularly for every article tend-
ing to advance tie interests of Florida. With
our brother- ctl-in we hipe always to preserve
an agreeable, fri-itndly ard interesting inter.
course. Our wish, is, and our endeavor will be
to give in-sertion to no word or sentence that
may unnecessarily wound the fcelirtgs of any.
....&ig -Bah -pmetwl p'miey-^iave entered
im'",n thi.i- enterprise, with the hope of pecunia-
rily bettering outr condition, and haie to remind
our readers that the expenditure, necessary to
improve, the: pilper, to, make it equal to any in
the State, can be met oily by prompt payment
of subscriptions and a liberal support and patron,
age fromh our friends.
We trust no exertion on -'ur part will be
wanting to advance the itlerts's and promote
the welfare of- all In general, but in particular
of those who support- us. Finally we would
say that the AxciENTX CITY will Itlways be fur-
nlished with original articles on all the leading
questions of the day ; a t.olumn or two of agri-
.culturail items ; the latest foreign and domestic
ilt.lli'.'ienice poetry and other instructive and
i,,tcrezirng miscellaneous matter,
We shall soon be prepared with all thie ne-
cessary materials arid apparatus, for executing
everi:y kind of work with fidelity and despatch.
RAMON CANOVA.
~- itl ,l ^ .-. ...
O' OUR paper this week i6 not what we
would wish, having got possession of the office
&e. late in the week, it was impossible for us to
have every thing perfect as we would desire at
tire start. In a week or two we will be proper-
ly initiated, all things then will be in order, and
-run on smoothly and well. We intend to change
the present .head and alter materially for the bet-
ter tht'e general appearance of the paper.
"- WE send the present nunn.hoer ofoumr pa-
per to several of our friends who heretofore have
not subs-ribed. If they retain it we v-ill con-
.Oder them as subscribers and send it to them
..,'gulJ.rly. for_. lt future.
-" 'I .. .. it:
Excursion.
A mImost agreeable opportunity is afforded to all
w'lo desir-& wholesome and pleasing recreation,
at tri-ii,,lg cost, of enjoying themselves in a short
trip on the water, where they can imbibe time
sa air, withh the green watei-s of t-he Atlantic
beneath them; and blte sky of the sunny, south
o'l hemad. We refer our readers to. the adv~etise-


i


ieenit of the S'. JOuhni Steaner ij4 another col-
umtn-
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O`",.Wz-feel nv'ich inid.bted to A. D. BACHE,
l.ii .q Superintendciint of the U. S. Coast Survey,
fur his kindness in sending us a copy of the Re-
port of the Survey for 1852. Several material
and beneficial corrections have been made i t the
charts of tie survey, which differ essentially from
the older charts as to sounding, channels, cur-
rent;, bearings, &c., anw which will be of incal-
culable benefit 'ot vessels einployed on the coast
trade, and in fact to all mariners sailing to. or-
from anyvoroar Atlantic Pacific or'Qulf ports.
Nothing can tend more to. prese.rve the oliYes and
propeies pf citizens when sailing for health,
pleasuirkqro6n business alung our coa intimate l knowledge of the ports, headlands &c.,
which arc all particularly described hi this
report. : ,


Above all, owing to its strength and durability, turned to Paris from Constantinople. Mar-'shall 000, wlichhad been raised fur military plrpos'ce. -
the deodar is admirably adapted to naval con- St. Arnaud will, in the meantime, conjoin diplo- 'rThatis, they were not presented until the theft
matic functions with the military commnnd in had been forgotten here, Last year, however;,
struction and architecture, and we are assured file east, ome of them turned up, having beep foriwa-ded
that a Foat built with this wood will last twenty During the representation ofLa Prohet e at here- by a New Orleans banking: house, -with
or thirty years. As early as the year 1829, the Opera House, Paris, a man in oi of thb whom it had been ,left for collection-. I wan
-r thiry ear' 0 ealy'Intteyar 829 front boxbi suddenly driw pist0I and i~t hinl, duly,t paid, plitinpal.&,nd._ neriti amawti" gto: '
efforts were made to introduce thie deodar in Ein- flont boxet u thde hed T it l r ri i p th aI and. I ntCe. t m t- -
self through the head, The per f.rulairI_ were niob than $2X)0 ; t
grmd bic they do not atpoar to have'suceed- iwumeniately closed for-the evening. The'siTcide's been sc-t on for the noney. 'The Tiird ludftor
*ed -unitil 1831,the period at which the honorable fnanme was Chlarles Kruine, age 30. Cause' 6f the had r m,,-To'n-t 4iCev-that they .7rEe .? i .
Mr, MELVILLE brought to this country the seed act despondency, bonded; and having dultey in wtez-kAm"
w'ich have produced all the deodars in Great J. Delius. of Bremen, with a party of friiends, by c.rrespudeuce .with e-.present Gee "-
Britain and which have attained t the heit of ascended Mount Vesuvis May 1th having of Flrida, hIs posirivelv isctrtamned that 'Ley
Sh got too near the edge ofthie crater the ground are a portion of the bonds stolen as abovo
20 to feet,. -"gav way-, and he fell into the abyss. The body described. Means have Ilherefire been tiken to,.
wa-recovrAd- from an ledge of rock on which it- recover theamount already paid froni thie iTeasu-.
Fron Washington. hung.- -. r-y, 0on- account of them, ind: to arrest thosiwhol
have been knowingly engaged in perpebraling
A- despatch in the New York Tribune dated NAVAL.-The U. S. Steamn frigat I-ai-e, the fraud.- I',ts .ington Star. .
on Wednesday, 15th, says- Captain Long, arrived at Messina, May -tl hc KANSAs FiLLIx U. --Th St. Louis ii* li-
Ourm Government has got into a new and im- Naples, -gencer of the 30th ult. says; We lern. frioni
portant difficulty connected with foreign affair,- The U. S: frigate Ci,,lerla nd, Coinmmander a fiend ho hasju eache tlity fioma trip
The imprisonment of Mr, Nelson, our consul at iaywood, bearing the broad iennant of Con- through the Missouri river counties,-that hun-
Turks Island, is a great outrage. Mr. John Nel. modore SilasS.S. St-inghani, sailed frommm Messima drdsbfissosurians have heen egerly awaiting
son, of Baltiimore, thn mely Attorney-General, on the 5th of May, the efsof(the passage of the Kans aatnd
and father of Cosul Nelson will be 1ere to. The U. S. frigate "t Commandert a o th be o thee t
mo, row toareomstrate. against the authorities of oRudd, bearing the broa pennant of Com lor ter n th at vefr-aim-g
Turk-; Island., The cae may lead to serious Mayo, sailed. from Madeira May 2, for Tenerifte emigration will immediately cross the river."


tioni bills and act upoam the aHomestlead bill previ arrved here Sunday, from Key West --1ovolk count v Ky., made their escape on ridayniht
ous to thn recess. and caie down the Licking eier in diseguiaet
It is certain that Corn, Perry hias m In.do a ti-eaty A U.crossed the- Ohio river, atnd took passage it 4he.
with Japan, and the documents are preparing for -THa FUoiTIV-E Btuis-DINsER TO Tni E BOSTON underground railroad t an .t. -. G __r
the consideratLion, tufptl Sei toe. .. bil SnmALs-Richmr.nd J-e 15.-The Despatch n d ,e --. ""
r-Fnim tmhemost reliable source, it appears that says, Anthony Burns, tie fugitive laitvis to NEBRASKA-. 'AN Aeir' .SaS A.p, rin.-
the Black ainirot aflair remains a bone of con- be seut farther South, to find a new.home anda WwaAinytonM "Ju 10,--It 1 s rw.'&.- y Wi-
tention to favor the 'Adminirstration's ulterior new master. der.tood. a c e.do the wlnh ub--rine isa, -
designs upon Cuba. Mr. Soule is encouiaged in Deputy Marshal Rily and the aids who aceom. Gen. W, 'P. Blr,) of _Kentucy.-i-,a i
his demands upon Spain, whilc the latter, sus- punied lini Trom Boston with rythe fugi',re re the apptihiit..T e Governor ok Neaitt.- -
tamed by France, re-fuses cen ssion, and is pre- entertained last evening by our a citizens witt a A1.., li.oionor-- .."".. '
paring B or an emergency, dinner nt the Amerian Hotel,;a .. ew--homeo.anato the i
*" XfH^^--^^^ ---l0= 1S


THE ANCIENT CITY.






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EQUALITV O.F i i-iiUL IIGItTS AND DETERMINED
RESISTANCE TO ALL WHO OPPOSE TIHEM.

ST. AUGUSTINE:
S SATURDAY, JUNE 2t, 17854.


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TilE i'IILUNDERSTORIP T .H .i7cu-irc o, 11. -" Cio .q.
ON yctaerday afternoon our city 's v'ais;tedi Pt..Ns cart,,:,t rccve M nir. s in any otLher The hdicntilons at present are that a most
by a severe thunder storm accompanied with form than by solution in water; ar.d tlhey are bonutifl r opilto .flqts of the:faim-n M
heavy rain- and strong wind from South west. not soluble until after decomposition ers of Florida .ift.u-.da,_.'-ot -
"" u Ue:,ter icaspthitiq. f =1 -il- kf ll~t !!rvvtrdg -t
It lasted alot an hour, during which the .light- Water is the general agent, not only for dis- In ad, .' zl__ ,, *
.--Wat r.is t e"no". In .KO -- -.-Ott'u
rmng st,u, k a house in tihe northern part of the solving manures, but also for conveying them, b,,(.n .lantcd Ana ii^ --
oity, occupied *by Mr. G. M.,-Trs.. The flu:d disolvd, tod-hiient nappr,-pr-iatc partls of thIe ihe cen.Cque.c "
appears to have entered through the chimney plant's ., -W .lric'es to1'0, t tW t tiai
and after knocking off the plaster fir-om the ceii- eT i lIiuL hav Ud ""'Iave been de-tred fion com;"n a"nwig'u,4
Th C. h e eii have u"d JlIM.ti ii' K, ,, ,s(.tufle scnarcitylv ,and highprice ofthie ".staiatf
.ing and walls, passed through tlie' open door their gardens, time out of-mnd.l. In, S;, it in !hd -,-i' .ll," mnv now :-aflyv plrepre finr moving.
arid windows without doing further damage.- and G.r'in,!ty, guile hats been iuMuse for many ['lwters vill le glad i to -t rid of their surplus
Mrs. MA 'TrSadI L dCi iI tk riird.ihw ttm mme
rn. u r, be- and clhilhren iri,,.%lv yescaped- -'e. ; In GreatiB... a,,nd Amneri-iefi;uii ma- t;, 'Cin P- tle, tonpanlitnd i ii- wl at tlmc stmea .
1 :7 -" .1.. '- I ItO, 'eImsF dd n.- doM itt pe re!3 tnI a nd ruinie Sel" er".
injury, being at the timeon the portico. nureshiave been more it'-ya,,,,., When As to tl.c 4.ttn r1 we c.,,n only. sy that it
;nCir ii {'o:I"1--t first used objections were made on acco mnt t of (.1 pml '-, tai .k we'l. But it i is alfo(thti r at (
.their loss by filtration and evaporation, but since (o ily ii, tlx.c dly to-Jteiil:afc-, alc(.ut a product so'
ThE Cireuit Cuit *iM this cty -under _-it has been discovered that powdered. charcoal ,able tol di, .'.ik. We miry safly rcmnrl..
mi- o. .. .... ... D hol t undem- it ha b d howev er, la:it 'tlicr is not toonim i .ihi a miOn 0oo-
Julg,- Fol.i, was i.,,nu.e,1 on 'asnt Saiturday will wholy prevent evaporation and that clay much sunj; ,tl'there i no e.itter pillar, and no
the 17th inst. The only biii-.ss traiisacted mixed io thle soil will prevent an unddu'.- 1iltit ai.,ia,, storm, and alate frost, the largest crop-ofcottcn*
were civil acts in Cimircuvry, there ere m,, ,criin i- all those ,.1Ji,, ;,rs have C,11.. i evermI-ousod in Florida may be counte-, in .-pr'j-
inal cases. This speaks well forth :harmony The guile used in E.rope is formed by piling bmb'y.--]',.,r,,? '',, & 7,um ..
y It is truly gr.i:ini'ig says the Tamnpai FIFa,,
and good, f Ut.il,, which pervades all classes manures on a tight floor and drr,,l,g theliLnlml ,a tI ic 7ih ii t-,tanI, tilTarsuch lilhlringI
of our community. until nine tenths of their .,ull.; is diss,,l'ed, the accOunts l are l "i. n 11 IlIunmt ail s.e-itions of oimr
... -. ---- r dripping is received in acisterni and from t! e'l.e "'* m. 'md ihe a,..,iiiii g courili.S. Fm oul PeI a Creek,
:E 3t" S S T A L sprinafded oyer the fields lv w..,ith .a. ,.m l t'. rn'and-b ',t-l l ln- r,, is fi ma-lr bectlurthf ll, a,
-. -. prt.\ i,;,i1.,3' ts -*,1 by i-T fL.rlall n iandne 'tsoRf tif liu
A tale, 'The year after Marriage" by T. S.' placed on heels d-rawn by h]lorses co'fon Itlds ill nut yi'ld le- t-han froni ,50(i
ARTuL-l, aid f r sale by T. B. PLI :- W No. It costs sometime andlabor to ,-,lAii.,e h iiniul :s i i2 ,. ii i :.ii(!. l rare. 'I lie Corn \ i.1 ield not
102 Chesnut stet Phlaelphia for twetv-five to a l ,tt, but whcn t'.i thas been done less 5than -to I4,iuslil per acio, (ainis, if
102Chsntret; hiadlliafortwr~~- 21 rmat :all lit., Imannioklt'. .-;7 b i~d Ila r mca-tLat on ileh
cents, is .- -i1. l, -v ; ,r ,. l .i. and "con ta n. s it m a y beI ir'' l1 over the f l, ls nle .e v cnB m;n t 1l i,: (, r n -
o ,an g ne0p v 10 'lesolid ,%,,it
somq good elucidations of every dClay facts. .. m ,.i ya" the solid i.; in'r Fm in Itclha|u Ihsmi.:ii.,or fmicind t iM. C. BllWi
-" ..'* Liquid ma-nur -es t0roe sickly plants to a 'vti ,i s: "It wodas irtihcd tlhat ihac cd, in:
Th-e Ladies Xtiona .L' :..'-: : .'-i "i les lthy state i.n i shioirttime ; the l,,c It1., r,,Inr .\lil iyla-,wouldh have mater-ially aflcted (mr
It',trn ;. put-on tire oew ary, it i barel r(,sj-
really a most excellent, number. -Its embelnish- of the nmanure is obtained iLn thle first crop, they II,. fm it to loi,!,.b(tter I wil mnt hazardd ntvy
ments of the fasliioiis realone Worth more'thnn an e in a pr-ope- state to be assimilated bh y tli .,inWt, ti. vii it- iis [ifhib-e "i1,1L fi am .,f
the Subse-iption, C. B. P1TERSON, p.ubisemr, plant at once ; by this cans the plain ia5t IIV, tiill y, 4u. Rtfin *.'
Philadelpiia, terms 2 per annum invariably in brought to Lhe exact state d of hlxurih, ari,- .,,vt .' l -l o.i .
advance. will yield the maist p-oduce. Te -T Ii I
riTflr "' JT.w,'. l[ ,, .-;r ,_Tili- w: oti ir,~ lle cqnd li ni entls ot la t p ants ore ii .
airn t s it 1 elms i er a m I ..r r e h .' W
ofian-'l qgenrih-nnt, e amit t nlh ii in 'i ., c |sayp.
ed lAv T. S, AlirrJotlyp ew 1- ', r ,0, 1 ',n ltto,, ',ie &, 'e., havo
or anur copies fir 6-$ Ade in farrning a g'eal n n cxccliecnl since. thi" s-Itl.inent' f tmhi-
Spiters wit -the lm b e.. rurid, thean tbe'atif- country; tmore ml a pi ;te .re a i. re sangiuiae i iim.
S, i i, v .'.. -* s. vieeable- for many p purchasing corn nex.' i. 'ear; '-n the c nmiary, wil
orn ,. t an., e. bee-tr. T ,.,, t. : Years; w hen 'it w as discovered M t SU i c a d c "s ,l ll tir .f ''iot i i, v
the greatest amount of sciemitifltc known lelge land 14rta tilhuca id beabto siin 'phu valltlmtmmy cmm.-ic l'
cu rtswould dive then, one fifteenth part i produced bIn fact, fbit orm c c al' O our f.i.ji r, tI .
information oni all mno.ldem-n lventin o an m on tefit on each ci-1op. .of ;roapets f-r lull u'ncrts i '
Journal-in the count-v. lThe number- forJn ly Ir nense lssels are s-ustnieo by t fime neg'ect quite suiflciunt to 7 ,'*r i, -.




^MrA-~~~~~~, -' 1, ," .-i *, T> r ir T 11Illli1[Mllli ^ .J -j -.. .> /S ,-'^-S-i,, -.
-a&,.^.__.. [Elgh.. shl'p Borelia14 o n -ro .id for -e" .....^ ^ ;,- ....-at,. ----
is embellished wrth several well executed en- of tie liqidd, as wel as other nmnur-e, thrown ....id, "".ie, ..a'...lt,-.S -.- ..
graving, terms $ per' annu. aboutdw----ngs-.-oftc- ...en.
'"' r de th.. in" un i ; ,iNir l ,.1 "-iM''.-
A. 1I. JoMLYNo's Electrotype. c-l ,,u.-,i!I(1Jl clear- and unihcalthyi instead of tI ,-,,whm-* tiem. oi- N. !(:tk, -
Now. 8 and 00i Fulton street New York furnish- a compost heap, to rendemr thtir '-:-:i -l aS an 0,d e B .. ,-.i,.,. ,.t .
es print i e rnt ise ad b fers with the most hast and beaut ifu fields more f t:'",.p. *. ,". ./ ,--.'.t, y .',,-;1'






d-sed ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .ri toro the loorbl T. F. IT= ue.t~enc.^ ^.. ^; .;< ,;IS ^ .a
orniments and emibelishmnerts. The vignettesf. Time. a ',e is bt1 01 '" an offimai-,oi iotsiF'n' roold.n,
cuts,, &c., are rins ,,,'pd1.i, ini beauty both of DmsTf arsC S mlrIRE --I t i- I lnim, fr mm, f the purpose ,i ..ing ,pre'pa,-ei fair then.'





fvtn ^,;~ ~,^n~ t alra p p ~ o the so oner Kent arriv ed a ,,l It I w ^ .:,^ } t --. :i" ', :,, = .... : .-
finish a ad desigr, I .ii M ,. i, another imipor- te scli ioner Ken t, i itedataiiin r -it SIl i,- l.-hiIiim tI, -h"ibl.-uc- .ic-it Ilit, AI, Snme- l t''io
t considuct- and cltur y Gcat be m p fcased 15th,f Rio Jrie ;ido The10u, I t iii y i.The -*lo I i vciemlv na diin.. -, tmat lie Iri dispi %ca a
tent consdearatio o ,alalthey can be purhased- t that on the 26th of May, -tiee. h n te1tlt1., -'liund i ,.. l '. I i.I t;; l ..i
for less cost ti- ans,' oima nre i v. ose. long 38, 203 lie fell in with thle week of the' -m' .-...-i a-" .-






pa t fti i aa ara. ng. wi, ch_ ar l va e c!l' nlle..m e o Th -;,.s~ In^ ,' ,, r...lii .11 i;,t l in. 'u ... lcre , at S 'l/ iOup
.... -r 1 *>English ship lia i bound from Rd Glfor .lw .n ,mWa i.-,,i'
Transl,ated for the "Ancient scity," g.o m an t. M. hYork. h imr -t n --
artl n "e 'orii e "tz~ "is Catl:inocfrmtea~pa-o ftV m', uhit',i ml, ,1 'in-h 1 ',..l:t 'i-il .-"
article itTe "Co lo orier des aEtd a he Iadi wrec, tihtas l onA tatd t" a (1 anii wi" i sa
wrek, in til ol o.1d hl~~i nef v.l A :Wly ,\" n o llt I ig'in i!
f tAaNe v .iO glv 'e o lci tr, edwaferyrgminve.d Thc d. le llt coear)d ro o- :it- It)
a camgo, of 4,3 bags o:. cfeat' and 9o0 logs!of0 '.it i a, ta m.... ...-iw
Wa. read in the Lomdon Times, "Am intees- logwood. it is believed that Slheihad but fewi y.et.ir.,'.l.' t st.'"" a %_-+*t"
ing r-eport has been recently publ ished, aed ad-o pil ornboard She had a ..er. of abo eulA ,,gm n cole. r
dressedto the hiono rable T F. KENNEDv-, Sulter p twed" 2it-io w7o Ap o board. lv r i ".tte (-ut 3.t'A ..n..
intenda-mt of tieben-, an Ir foests-, by Dr. J. .F.7 -i o.. oi f. the sa i r -. ,
oo trou, miai a t yof 1,ot i ,,c gcan o a sFteameraN t N,' Owi.iens, from o Sl Uirm Bo W
t- le oEast hedia-'Uiin slaope oftlherammIporicupo tihe aolea te ,' weo la ,eiteane ',i ,A t de N,:" -o-f e, xnies, ri (I.i-iif--
iltrotlUlto a h d culture e in Gmeast BIitain of the e to:.he lie m inst- It was i miiWii thm-d t.iika 3 t o -,l- ii"'L 'i p(-h ,.,.I I ,C .A nnmim.-
deodar, tho most valuable species ofpim m-of tile aanhdlse oi(l, id.. m tle ,i3LyI1 ack t lole.el F.' V.i B- g, n, Mii ,i-i'" to hIhe Gerna








king urniure-and t unies t thaad v n-grosand desirth se.~-t mf vaaond they arem hiss ev. F. 'I\. 13aigi-mti~ l~i, Mi\i-Iccatti~ rrlwb
Simalaya m g ntaims. This tmce is native of those irth.-dy, it iwas expectedthat e lie wonl de"' Ciig fill.,i ill lis i-ti .lstl:mtes th I e rlai.1 o (er-
ciare hiimns f -m nperor. Th te na-ui" ts!- l mi ii"f an ',"ia ati .n i a pluin er at 'S9,000rUl.
parts Of the Ilmalaya iange whi ch arc lev-ated 5,- ister d arrived, ad Genr. Gadsdm en-. rl, 't, war-ds. 0 r
5001o t3 d2,da, ,i.ta tmvethe eveo l ofthe soa;itcgiows the citey o ien 21. XM. Ah'o'ta, minis-ter 0o1 Thecity nmainrket, vi e-nrr. e stl ...
upon sthes ummit of the ridges and at the head war, was dyiegc, and the iitiI" fr ifie pieou, ha ith 'fauts at this Season thaui they a-e te ailprei-
of the i vines, where i t its expeto grea, t o vie- V resigned, Mpch'h -l:t.:L e MuAig," o,.n t iuh cit "The piestonce of tht chul-ra chdecls the de-
issitudes of temperatuire- and to violent stormu l-tilt. by rit hiauicanimat.d, however, and t la P",choaV,. .
Mitceh excileunenut e ',. [- ,1 at (in-nayarmas because bemi mies aarethin-e e ints the bask-et: aid atim-ig at
and flourishes in the poorest soids. -bid i the cabr of tm o inh Eungeishm lui.r u idA had ttt. Trsr
The report states that tie deod-r is valuable released ive par is3ners blpon_;aien o..-Walker's N twila:tn dfrg tme rccet ecine in flour ill
for building purposes. A gi-oup in the vicinityI expedition; wyho wo-e on. board tinhEngliKh ship this riar ket, it is soid to'be i a fct that irit'e" -
of Sinla, nm.i: -rl, an, aver-age of 10 feet in ca-- Ehmil~b~e-it,.and. being cmive0 ci -undem- a .Mx.,, yen...- "..",, .. .",. .." ,.'. now arc 1,ighair in New X~i'k than iII Liycm -
,,,uamft to ar.toim for- tria-I ..o fr t .sa ehi
cumference, anotoeei grou p at theg hgt ee t -
..... ---*'-= *The FVorgedi Bozid-1: of tile Trrri
fm-onr the ground, incasum-,d nearly 11 fec-I, whilst FrlM~xtmcAnAGc, a.-'Th~e fo;llowhng extracj fi'omn ofFoia .rtr
upon the northeirm slope of the Ihiu,,al,'-a, these atletter- fi'omn a genithemanm at-Saum Jan (1e1 N,:.-,-te, o FoiaI",-,:
trees at the same height, measured 20 to 30 feet to his fm-iend in Wdashingt-,n, dated Ma\' 31, 185k1, ].n virtue of an act.ef thme hm-gkl~itrin eof the
in iicnmfi-iic. im wodis f xcllnt.just a's -the steamer- was leliie, is published-inntrio' of Florida, passed mn March; 18819, untl
incrule e. Tewo sfecletimhe Stan- .mnu( od fm o0 scr'-r ohmebe
quality, tihe grain is close .and su-itable for maa- '" The town is in the hands of the Jamaica nme- hsuned-by tim 9o' em-1or-o tahe were tolhave beem-ii
king funrnitur-e-an-d it unites to the advan- groes, andI a despeiato set of vagbonds they are," ... .
t age of great strecngth that of gr-eat durability. truly. T1he authorities aMl resigned the morning l~ii .gigatture mnd ilhmat of thme ceretarvy, to raised
aftem Mn- Borlnd lft tie plce. ABi-iisil ar nmlay fimr ter' itathal w.marput-poses. Thmey wei-a
"It is said that-time natives of iaaypoatr rBranletthpae.A rtshwri~sued acc-ordingly, and five additional omes wet-c
fo h edm t-ohr odfr lnaamoe steamer' am-inived on that mor-ninig, (May 18,) to issuedhannbravnbensoebyn
fe h edrt te odfrthe constr-uction whom they applied fm' 'pr-otectioni I' ,The eoht uubm avn be toe-b l
of hroises, tonlp~es and bridges, and that they mander said lie could do nothing fior time people, assistant Quar-termnaster of time tenir-oi ial sem-vicc
employ it not only for the intem-ior, but-fior va- but would 'protect' time .Mosquito flag,./ The called Colonel Robert Armstromng,-after- being
'authorities' then dissolved trie goveinmucnt, andi signed by the territorial Seer-etary anidTr'eaSurer-,
t-ndh, of mi eahr om-igad low.e am-c without any form-nof pi".tcctio~n against but before the Gover-nor had Signmed tlemn.2 The
fbi- piles in thme construction of br-idges. IL is. the r,'abble, who have possession of the station fact of the. theft became known{ to the Treasury
esteemed almost inrdestr-uctible and particularly house, arms &.c,'" Department hem-c in 18-t2, lh-d a w.teh nas kept
fnn- them f!ur sonice, years; ;but- they were not
exempt fl-om imnjur-y by worm-ns and insects ; tihe l '* resented at the Tredmsun-y for re,]eimption-2Con-
only ob-jection to itis its highly iniflamable namunre. FRA,cE.Gene4'al Ba,'aguay'd Ililhiers has re- gr-esshavingorder-ed the ,'t'de-nltiolm of the $;I00.-






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171CTn / Ancieidl CiLt'y
r ..'THINKIOFiAE .

"Thnliik'of me when joy attensa.
'lqihy nioinentts wi,'ea amidu iiyfriendins
,, 'lidnk.ol 6.wlifisoluldf' -
I' s q'iiet nial..inga 'round i'h,.e brioli
Tliiiik of me when ngis Hear
'U.li I hne ndn to list-n to thy p1r.ayer ;
"' liiink of ine when cheltus k,.-cp
S..... h sir niin ly vigils 'roin.l illy a'e'p ;
'Tio' 0q, 'hiin 'ff me A ,1'1n at ille clod'!
'Of lilt'iy sphiiif seeks rrpose ;
'Vt'inn(< 'of ine whcn gaitavce's g.'il<
,iVi,'te you t0 a blissful male ;
'' + lihiik of We wlihn at Il,; Tl1, In
And- bhliJ my-tpraises wih -Iline own.


S D. N.-


Snva'ni.mih, 1854.


Acoimdbig Ito infir;h.ition il,.vild alike from
bIoth caimps,'-ilt ii cet'aian that thle Russian.I have
suffered sevrrely hc-rore Silistrin. Some letters.,
nnd tlioso not Turkikhl, carry their\ estin rt.d
his to thie enormous fillre o'f:8000 men. The
traditionall famo, of thle Ottoeim.an! e of; ,e.,er f
foi trcsws. diminishes .omne linhat thie apparent
S oxilggeration Cf these ninl.c.r,:. The l-st ar-
tillcrists ofother camps are ngi.r-iedl ini the attack
`ilnd idtfice oC If tIiS fortress. General Schilders
S, i at Ole liheanl f the etfire artillery 1arp, ,fthe
fRussifin, and Prince Gotch:kffbelong to the
;; 'a oie armi of tdhi service. Mtn'-.-. P O,'lia, tl.'Cml-
mand;antat SiIiU-tri., is known as a KOi...ntii;& of-
fii, r ofiarlilt-hr nnI he hal f,,r i -o. alj nit v. r'in
of theic Pi'm si:in a'rtit.l ry in ,,t nl t,.r- u 1 I n live
j.'t!!B (i)L~t ^ W -I i0 JJJ,)' t''i ii I '-' <'0 'i

-*'--te tItnp l.,


V. 11 Mara. '0


Nt~niU.,A '.ND K ,S A.--.th t're Itilian till. ,
in llIk.ze t'v,' l.nilt 1 .Itt te,,' ir -h hli '.I ; con-
<1 'ledI tre:k.i. with ti(, 11 o-nni.'i ittlt' nfIt lian
A-fTlira, tor the rhlinql ii' Il '-It r. -L t I. I I13l1 at
present o-Cttpi. t h. 1l'1 lir',il the of, > I Io
.....----~--- .JlIj.r I\ ,r,,p,' --,1 1. b i li t 1:1 l 1 t I',ti t'v
,.i. t -Iti. i : r -, i ,l l
,-;+. liellore the iilate, ndl will ,oulp! .I.s be' li.miipt.-
S' -*.o'3y rati;fi.d.


han. i i a 'i..111 Iag(114.11 ti.. ^
' :.+;a "_= -I :ni= ': ___ii __' --_.-
"'* Frnn Pie Unital 18 iS iltI-3 li..taInce In "t. \1u.i,1s, liIe
,.;--',. Ar.ni'vu:s --MI~ ii.loI, a n, l'lndi nnshl:v.- I I A.. l.
'; .. ..* l' | r-rAnr-.--',,iu'l.,ys) inil I\\'e.ln,-.s=l:ir,, l'J M1.
,. ICt.osE.--Suijilnvisa niI W ilit' slurt II A. M
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.aiguiiini.l, i gne is cit un 'I lL'' l.'D.5
NII N IN C t',, uly, a .I %% illa lc ,v t.',r u
i. -l ioi M o t 1:' hi >ith ;iiiL,6 S a,u 1,' i









tin'Iuii.i l eIi li ii~ ." in lii.ine C iiy i 7 i' o ,^1F -
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iniu ulm na i i t, iii' i v n- ii ), ai 7 L", 10, hi(, It l FiCi de It-
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":..1 U t 2l 1 ,'h I' ,t',',I wi I dI4,' prea 'lntip o. II f







'^^el^.~rM~r^^ j~i ni-en l'o
Mll niLe ut PI MilwanI t Vh o At. w llI i 'ni c Inul .
I I. M IIl ,$is 1 r1 lir-- person in ti e L,. Sai ts, IsLhs




t.s ''neenv4'-tI IiinuJ uiiiJ'-rltok t 'i i'ni's -ly to prtiiL*ihl il
_idea ofL fu Nig :il 1 lr I )ti.-.-s in ilie cnnitly
wtit cbe Of a.Ilo'l u3s. All d iini i- i tale by liini, an
*i citil or sni'iifiour in 0 ian oth-r that c'i> n b p rot-ured
for Itle sa'in -, Iru- al ,ami. i wie i 1s-r ueny areseni ouI in






tiny m J dinni e Pin lat st,i u-tin ', dujt .,h'eii ts, will l,'- for1
,wne lmn o n ii,,i e u itli-ii, d. exr. cli nge. Al l lhol






ondnlfi b b ill 'tf riii5 's' \iili a lull St-l ol 'ha inges f'or
lIRa-A, only h ,v 2 (lr ti ih.' pieces-.) ask I1 be kept in
,tamps, ud liilii i. Fiul set wih eP.n. .-
\Vh... snnnp Tire i'iy Aqiadewith turei handles






andiit serev'ss, sanue .*i'lt ins it-i^ rec:u'ur Post Oltic

.dtli'ais ititiul special tiuiliurlt3 t bi~u &' by Ma-il fipe.
A1ddle, Purnmasiter, 'l-roveni (J-ve AllglnYN.,u.
+ ,ty. ild is the fir.-t person in tie U. Sta|,.., %h,.,














lid.,
,. co. ,neetv,.. und ,] ~ k- x n pl to pub:1,,.h ,h







itle Any eiof lier p iulihig iis, with in le above no-
+ with ceuep Stampls. All tamnjt- inad'e 'by hiji, art?
'". Aqual or supt-mr w anY, odhr thatt, -ei be procur,.d






police iltre ti'ni-s, and enItineg acoriny aofselh pou' i,
tiny rmnscivec unesati fruity, dulirs', wooil4lther, or
wa|,lad oil notice %%itl,,,,, ,.xra ehlal~e. Allw"ho-
olde, a ,,t IOf &1:11116% ls 11~ n Wul et (d Ch1:|,1gesi for
tluies, only Oo




s.,,,pislnud libil engT. F .ni setawih 'ehpn.i Cr




hah stapoe aboce vonatiy will be jrwihred h.a
iid screws,4 J:e *t ru'ur Post Of.-3
"---- H,|11p, dilnble effic ent,' wanrrnt~ab!e,, one or w
.dollas,und special authority to bend by M,,il fiee.
Addrt, Pu-nr ster, Plra:,ou t Goie .lleay,
lid,




T E edleCRIE p tblihing this, wi ire abive no-n




best CAST STLEL, CIRCL'L \\l pAtV.,
unn two tnie o iiglnt3'i itcies itt diotincetr. Tln ir
ice nlre ,ares, a1d 11nd tempered, ando are ground
a- d finisl.ed, by nui-I-nerh designed e.\|irewqly ler
Ilte purpose; and aie thneret'ore.nnuci supuetior to
t.ose ground inn tli u.u. annt.er, as they are
rengitenned andtiiil''nrietl by. increasiitK ilnenm iin
i~ickness regulanIl froni tite cullning edsgr to thie
*esnmre, conistqueilmiy do not become hefatedl or
buckled, and produce a great savinig in timber.
**'ey also nt't'lacnne C-'- "I '.LL MILL,
".A-. i ND ROSS-G SAWS,'AND BILLE"
W&B3,, of sUpeniozi. quality, all ol'whiich they hiavef
--- _.r B..1e or hu-y may ba olmineu l of ihe l 'principal
1a ar".'sIIr nmeUn'B.s Ithroughout tlne United fro aes
a1td bestti R. 1IO:E & CO.


2 2and 31 Gold Street.
3 i n- "4 -, .." 3E
r--. ,Pub -i4alma of. New.spspera vlho will jusert
tal4^al'vertgeisent.athlee lime,,, wih this no:e, and
X +hBmal-us a papr. containijpg tL.r-1ganev,.Willbe paid
.in rI.iTig ant'i'als by purclynsing&..fouc times the
"_ nI. tntl of their bill for' tlie advi,'rtibem'ent.
.. ,.- . .' .' ". is. ,.
."' I Z_,JVOPSO A"niinmtMrator'a and Guardiams
:_ .-areI'teby rem4n6di1 ihit their annual Ac-
:- lfor the iurrent year, willbe due, uaithia office,
.-. -. IUM-FlREYS.
t dgi'of Fro.Sa.
*; Trbtlims tA,, St. shas County May '., !5164


ii'a~-- -.----sE~a~~ r --


FIFTY THOUSAND GRATUITIES,
AMOUNTING TO
TWENTY-Y !E THOUSAND DOLLA-RS!


TIHE

COURIER OF THE UNION,
A N ELE.G A NT PARLOR JOU R N, A L
Thirty-twi P.,gec, L-'rqe Qt.,rto, Iil,,sti,,te
S NNE DOLLAR A YV AR.
ITclhudiig a Ntinilni.t d Receipt, t'nlitiini ilih Beal'r,
S lua Iltiinsonie Gu tuiiy or Preiniumt'
Five Coples, $.; Tweat'y-five Copies,
Twenty DollaNrs.


A GIFT TO -EVER, Y SL 7, .RIDER?

7rVIE- success which has attended this eniti-
. pris,, warrants ihe belIiefilhat the liet of i,,y3
thousand subseihbers will be completed at ar.y eily
day; Ihe Gifts will lliten he eqii'aibly bestownd,
wi-hout thie intervention of any drawing, orlottery
pruccss. TI' y niae as Io,'l. ..-h, Io wii:
A Bc;imtiul V,'ifis Iesidence in Westiclies-
ter County, one hour from N. York'---
D)v ..-llhg. Stiible,O!Ot.-hloises, G:rtdeun-
er's Loilge, &C., inll tile ialian siyle qf
Arlnl ', $ *5 $000
An unique totnd very pr'ety Cotinge Res-
idence, in tlie saite l',lii, v wi'sh aIL
Itirge xuarden Plor, liiiliouN.,-, &c.,
(' ,iii|Islet liiial in";pptroved taste, 2 30"0
S'lit[ e e % ill lt'|iii, Ich:s ld of tine Sul)- .
seribels to wi'ni ill. 3' ly iy be award-
.,i.fi;.r lLiat I htl.>-," prices.] .. "
A 'Julh's (tig. .ci-,'i Fine Gold Wi ltchi,
. ~ nimn, ii.l (i ap.-ti e t time ke-petr, 'p.'
A 'CuLpi ,' l I'iFi- J: Id I.,. i W atLh, 2110
A I l.. (;, .i,'d ( I i i ( i !' "h i i' I. I -'
.\ I lilt, L.I ,.1.1 .l H ., !l I I"l'o',, h d


W 4, 11,n
F i l "I II., 4 Ii
.\ F ,,.. ( ;,,',l l h,-, t
.$ t, (;. hl ,h


~\s'u'tin*


1 ,1.. d,,- > '*
I do do do
50 Fine Goldl e Heavy Pens and Pencii,
lU I n' u;.lt ",ih A t dod
i FVim" iGiold do d( do -
[All of which may he een at G. C.
Allen's No, 1' Wall ?i S.ct, N. Y.]
A M 'I, Ilii..tllL 'l[ ,u 'I .' ,.' l lai-llt
A ,Sttt' b dj do '
An Elue;:,it do dio
A Sii,,.rior do ,lc "
A ti "c.' r-it do do
[To be seen at Horace rates' 383
Bio,:d.'.,v, Ne'w s o : w'Y -
A pel ictutl, L,' an \s\il,,.u't It c ii l'tv
nrjnterest, ..
A 1. ii.tu'tttitl Loan witldiutit scc rity
i, i ttei e -t,
A eIpepttul Loan without sectiify
o- i;,lLine:-', .
o1.ut 7olivs of 'The Book of (th
l1',,t-,' ilii .tiated by a series of
Fur'i i.lin.nh Stcl Engravings by
thie iiit Ari-t-,, 8vo. el',g.stly t i
I.,i,,ii l a -n d giit, ..
tu*'.,,, Copies of'D l',.'s Pocket
(t' e!opcdia'-a 1. .k of r4ef'cence for
-all classes, ci.1laiiig all the ruou t
,lii ] ,l.1.. no,'. ij.t-l r .n
IkJ1tt i1tti,_b l _._ 'T h e T ni Irv r.r
,t'.ti.i l mite StivC-i n grtvo ig 'Poi tr:ilu -
fl' Ihe Presidents' to the present time,
4,.,,-i't Fine Steel E',igr'a in,.g, A com-
plete view of the C'niy of N ew York
and Enviirons.'
I. Slr-'ci iltionis for a year to tHlarpeor's
MA a ,z ;I Ii -
50 S1ib..L, iiti,,nS fjr a Vcar to 'Glea-
1 .,'inS l 'i,'tul ih l.' I
50 Snbse ipiot n-,n fora year to 'Guderyi
Lady Book'
tJ SiLb-tnii,,ions for a year to 'P-t-
naz4XJ' M_ jt),IIv,'

r5''i,t'l ru G6 l'ts tinu,,,it'ng to
t'. in/',, s to ,.,it, and other 6a v
To the Agent or other person who for-
wards them large-t list of subscribers,
To the Ageiit or other person who
sends the next largest list
To do dodoo do
To do -do do do
To d') do do do
To do, do do do
To those who send the Ten next lai gest
hists, each $20,
To those who send the Twenty nsext
largest li-s.s each $10,
To those who send the Fifty next
largest lists, each $1,
To those who send the Fifty next
largest lists, each $8,
To those who send the Fifth next
largest lists, each $2,


ILI
: )
'2 :',1




400
3."jLl
800
550


1. s.. tnt(,





500
CDOO,




500



2.250




450

180

150


150

t22 000
cassers. -

1.000

500
800
200
100
so

00

200

200

150
100


Total of Gifts, $ 25,000
The utmost impartiality willl be observed in
awardnling theqe G(iatuities. The smallest of
them is intrinsically valuable, and is worth four
liPt as much as the price it is put down at.
Postmasters and Periodical Agents generally,
are autthorized to receive and remit suhscrip-
tions; and all others who may wish to become
c-rnpetliios for tine premiums to be given to
tloso who forward the lahirgest list of subscr.
her.-, are invite'i to .o- oo. All Letters must be
prep,;id attnil '.dr'essc'l -
WATERRIOUSE &CO.,
434 Brodway, New York.
Junne2-4, 185.4. 2m


Iu the Circuit Cotrt-For the East. Crcuit,
of ti rida'-St. Johns County. -
William W. Rees & L ilt Chancery.'
Jane E. Rces Compt:.
V9 a -
Samuel II. Willims & };
*Vcnancio Sanchez Def'a. J In Partition. :
IT having been made to appear, satisfactumily to
me by ullidavit, that a BIll hias been filed in
thisi eaue. and that said Defendait Samuel II.
Williams do.-9s not reside wihiitn ibhis Circuit, nor
within the State of Floridai- btt in New Oileans,
within the State of Louilanna; t n motion of B. A.
Putn.jm, Complainants Solicitor.
It is ordered that said Defendant Samu-I H.
Wdiliams do appear and answer Complainants lill
wi'inin four months and in lailile ihii-reof iliatilh e
same be taken as confessed nga;nst him.
It ii further ordered that ptulienlion of thi, older
be ninde in some newspaper plinied within this Cir-
cuit once a week consecutive ly four months.
June, 20 A. D. 1854.
WILLIAM A FO1\VARD,
Judge of the Circuil courtt
Eastern Circuit of Floiida,
-State ofFlorida'
.;,ounry otSt. Johns CirotTit 'Court Clerk'a
Office,June 21at, lI 54.
I certify. thei the foregoing is a ..true cppv of the
- Original Order ia file iA this o fice.'
F. ,-lIr g. R;1s.
Ol )U ne $4 1 Hi. '


(';reid C(Lt, r,- ',L ... it e, it I/Yori.g, I ..
J ,.,! ,I) II. ',..., ,.: i ,,
G':-ioihuL: Iluc atns, ) At ta.nlniint,
Vs. Sum sworn to $1"385-1,
Fl:uirnc-o I- [net t., ) D 3,.ng.;. 8000,00.
I i- (I E-)' l, !i'- iIrut ii I !ti others intterested. are
.. Ih'rtliy ,no filicd ofb t c.,iii; ii'rm nl of this
i'Iz bt y y II(, l ||']t]|, relirnable to the. Rext eii'iii,._
W,1'n of ,o iis C',,'i- to be' held at t. Augi+stlie onil
ith, li s N i t,.n. ,y ,f I '%,. v. f's,.. .l.,.i;a | .hlieis re-,
q'iiit i id l i, i-.l pId. n l ,I ,, to ho 1e',1an 1. flied-
tlh reI' i ia w'iitn lb e i.Uii, l'I ..,:: Ihi' I ir i, ihii
notice. :.. 1i \ [1 I|'INAM,
; + ".. + I+l.ii ,i'fl' .Vlttornit +v .
Si. $A g,,ir-ii 1 7 JiP, l .> Al- :h], i

S $S 0,000 ,E ID


O'N T. El R i:(-[P ,iF T VF I DOLLARS,
(,PO t Pci1i) I %%iII tess1 B'- 1Btv-2ive
Tit|< 2oll of !laiki"im 1a F]iD'I uif4--, by
wh ich |i -."is .. i i, a v \ c-in rem lu,..: i ..$5 to
1 pt ld iyy. ILy\,..i l i' i-i .i ill l lossess those
.' ilt.,i 'I 11 3' \iil I'i 1 ., a l''. ,t ii.' to eveTry
tilan ii l ii.l A".16 m ,1l I. ...' ii- tea I.:,, i ,' person
riim. i, in ,. ;J.'2 ., I ,-,I on',, received t0h6 ,\ M I'TI:-
UjhL) -?, but p il receive nAiso i yi i n' .i. i ,e :,nil
VC,'cllent weekly NI'.,'.S PA' r I TI,,- I! ip, I 1 ill
at all -Tines kWeeIp hit rladtr.i -', l advised of tIhe
state of ithe laikets iad Aill the Foreigni and Yo--
inestic News, &,c and is as valuable as any Newa-
ptper in the Union. Titis i- .... iiiiil.ii,,.-- am- nu-
thorized to retain i n my possession til money re-
civ'.-, nrtil 1 kniuw x ihi, ]| tr l, .. ,tilh .i I ; .;
li ,! w ,nh Ilih I,, 31 ,,.1 !iuid r.i| j hol '-Ii.ihlt he
c,,,,i.I,., hi,,.sr,.I ,, ,f.+~r l,,. l.k a3,. o. nd
CP li ui ii q. l i|', t r 'I'' i lii i.nl bn1 0 is
P ,i'f r 1, ll', ,, !.,l.l j.;\ Ci ,Il ;,,1 \ |iy I Il i l h is
naonQy ,o i, lh ..-.,. ;pt ,.l'i M, 1. h,..,li fir, I l.po+l
'F'ie p pc I i 6.i i !.,i n % a;l,.,n,*, 11 5n' nolth-
; ig i i i '' Ih%.l?, '.t)I[i! t l ;I prove a ",,' rTinle 0to
every mi a nd woman wino have one pflri ,f ,en-.
ergy.-r Poclties(rsa of ihese Meilhod ae in hinor,
b,,ii,! not to exithit thelII to any person. 'liey
' .vill i. it i tu i r o own Ai.lvanthge not lo no so.
S\V. W, MOOlE, AGENT.
I-Ta!luaiassece, Florida.
r,,n,. ] 71l---.t,


=.' l .-,-,-r,--''-;-.-T}-,"^! tis w 'll-kiowan anid 'de-
i .'.. ...'i- ,, 11 will be Rkduced for the prte-
I -i_ .iso i titlilil tie :!s of October. Selhcionsof
it,- i ... i .l it.I ri,. 'Ili P T pr prietor iaudl
o\nver. B. i. .\I I i, ,\, ,i ( ndeavor lot use every
exerlion iu mauke it ai i ad ieinean lot- Sto t roncis to
t'--t this f .,I: .ilji sttltnim er Resort.
The [lou e wtl be c-cntilinte, as ir'-. i 'ie.i,1. uTi-
iJer tlie it,. i.l. ,i.riatletit'ion of -M rs. I) Vl.3, '"Id no
detvimiiiim will bei made n tlhe coinfAfrt of ithe ,.'.-.t ol
Account cfreJuetiou. -
S- B. ERCARR.
ST. AU-Uas'rtI'N, May !Ist, 1824 --J;ne 10--tf.


T -. ^DA A sr .-
( el _^ :, Tm\,^.o
--, ,- 1' ,<' ,, 7'] ;},
OFFERS HIS
I'I-ofessjpsfal ,S ricvcs
To ilme t-ii ,'.it l Si.AtiAugustine.
lIe hopes they will off r lii,, Iy l h.li it .ouLfidence
aind 1| ti '- i.'1 i' u1lici,-,i t iliUCti'ei ci Lt l l to pitch
his t c io i, t il i .-,ii t .
1 TR Rooms at Mie REm's, Florida Ilouse,. St.
A u g : ; i ; L . .. : '
7V,'.'.-., id,? !* ;"..;; tiw '.lloi'i>H y. r,, '., ofor
whom he has opr .. .7, exhibited requirede.
Priof., Wm. E. lorncer, U'ty Pcnn, ; Prof. Sam.l.;
Jackson, do. l,'., Profi Robert R,.)v.i:-, do. do.,
Prof. W in. B. Rogers, T't., i.' i,,;.,, P,.-. J. T
Cabell, do. do., Prof. IIu. ,- i-u-s. ". ,.i-j"
P ,., r T-T -. Pl -r, I. -IT .B M lli' rl
h.,. l_.' O.^Ain J.,T,-, lion. lknr'y:A._Wise.
PiL.,ti).,LPmA, JAne 19, 1837.
This is to certify that MIr- 'H'nOMtAs BAROARAQUtR
of' tlhi city leing engng(red in thIe profression of Den-
listry isit mny opinion i car eful anid skilful operator.
I have eiipfoyed Ijii in imty owin p rsoli) nd have
been imiuc'h p'easedl wii Lis immannifr if operlting,
W. E. HIORNEl-, M. D.
Priofr' Araty. (Sc.
SC Ainugstine, June 10.--tf .


I ocki gri, ia n. i' ',. flou,'--assorIted craclkCrs,g i ili.A iII:ck-
ers,-~pilot bteita, dri id.l apples,--pickled herring,
smoked lierrii)g,--'-lemon sy rutp,--pic fri'its.
Also ; axe :;-,m.'iif,-stone jars, pitchers jugs
of all assortmme wi I or 'without covers, large
frying pans, trace ch;inis, satd irons.
Aso ; bakiipg powders, ops, sal.iratus cream
tartar, S. C. So la, nuinegs, cloves, mace giug .".al-
itpie cassia,
AIso ; barley, flaxseed. Oat meal, sago, tapto-
,ca wheaten glits, cora, starch.
: .B. E. CARR.


SIMEO.N TYLER, ) ArTrACHIIME\T.
vs Sum Sworn to, $92,50.
DA .NIEL BAt Lr,. uD.. ) Damages-$200,00.
F I HE IWEFENDAN'T and ril uilteis iin-
U teresited a-re hereby notified of the commence-
ment of Iris suit. by at-lachtnet reiturable to the
next ensuing Spring Term nofthe C1rcuft Court of
Duvnal County to be held at Jacksonville on the
fourth Mtunday in. May next and to appear and plead
to. the same within three monthh, from tlhe date of
this notice.
McQUEEN McINTOSIT, Piain'iffs Atty
Jacksonville, Fla., April 12, i854-22--3i.


In Circuit Court, Easterit. Circuit,
Fla., Putnam Counsly,-To W"it:
William Ford, Comp.)
f'"Is. "Bill for Divorce.
Sarah Ford, Deft., )
: BILL ofonomplaint'being filed in tiis cause, nid-
it appealing in the -ni*i-factioni of this dItrt-,' that
tilhe sai D leiida nit r''si.-i.-s without thi Sltaie tIfFluoi-
da. -
Gn motion of C. A"PfiCd, co ,pi.,inlmit solicit, is
is ordered that a l nIeaiiitg f Ie fte s cagd in
said Bill of Complainit, be hiad nt the nex' terrm of
th',s Court, to behoid-.n nt Patatkn ii snid County of
P'utnam., on the last Tu sday, be fore the fitst Mon-
day in November iext, aInd ] that said Defendailnmt do
appear and plead, nsw-'r or demur, to said Bill of
Complaint, on or before said 'day, or decree will
thereupon pars in si.ue rianner, as if the said De.
fendant had appeared apd waspresent in Court.
It is forh,'r vndeie.i, thut n copy of 6(he above or-
der, be pulili-hied in Isome public newspaper, publi-h-
ed inthIe Sainae. lor ihi sp:ce (cf three mnaolths be-,
n[ore thie lny appoinitd fur said icalina.
May 20, 1854.
WILLIAM A. FORWARD,
Judge of the Circuit Coun l sfthe
SEastern Circut Cout of Floi-ida.
Mnay27,1854.. 3ai.


In Circuit Coirl, Eza. teru Cirecuit of
FlIR- Pn llaian County, 153-. '
William -. Denmark.) ...
S .. .. ilf" or lr volc ,
M ary Deimaftn k .. .
IT palpears I) ilhe' aii'-ifa,cii.ti' of il,. Court, that
iln'e I.,i i. ii, t iin the iialov,. suit resti es beyond thnt
imni, sf s th -eiftlie of Flinhi.la.
It is tl'rr-folre ordered iLh;1it unl1 the Defe-tnidan
a.i-l'-r a ,'il auns'seror domnnr wo-hia h iree inonlnls
iie Bill i.fi ll otnpl'i nil will be tal;ken as conifeased
ngi insil lier, pioviJid tille orler be publislhd weeklily
fuor ihle E'q-e ol ihreelmunths iii sume public new.-
paperofl he Siate. .
May 2lt 154.
SWILLl.'.M A. FORWARD,
-? Judge ,, ilie Crucuit Uniirt ol a
the lEa.ermt Cit.uh of- Floria" '
SMmy17, I54 3m.


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cnse mal(.e ai I




April 29..


pro'sdLJ ,
Given mnd.-r m.y hii1d t1nd tilte 6'0
ofCi.uil, r lii- t, w,-nIv .ecoid d.,y tof
A l~iil. -\ I. If:..!
FLi.IX ;,IVIING'-;TON,
Judge ult I'r.'Li %-s Li umI C,,iilny.
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(iy., ., ,. ,: ,
one(ofihe lie('isof Mrs. L.iz7 I% F1, iERA~NDEZ.
l.d ceasedtind 1 ;I i Uiiiil gIn-la'I n i(-, ii' (utli..
I -h-ill apply, lthirty i,.3 as Amtn date to the iMljon., tihe
JuTale of tile Court ofii Probate of 1)uval Ciintv,
ti o wi, fir penitisiot) to s.lln a lot ot Lan lin Ithis
i .. !;iown on the pila-t of tlhe t' ., .i: : t',. i Lt,
,i,,,,L,.|: n.ne (9) on Bay street.
8 1. "- "i. A U
SD.F:.I:, AND'.z
.tieklnnvil.I-Mnay -41.i -.';-. '
N r R E.n;. ... ,+ ..
t'IX MONT[IS- fmi- da e, the tnirders-itned ad
... milinistratnr, oft1ie M catice ofa-1 %N F. PRil'-
P \LL deceased, will pliesett liaaW accounts (iaIl
vounchers, io the Hlon. Ji.dge of i'i i. be, for .-t.
Jols Coitly fuor .settlermeiat tand ,. at I the isaime
Oi.n.' ask to be d's-euatrgedi as such Yn-l[tiiri'.uir.
VENANCIO SANCHIEZ, Adtnr.
St. A ii-,..i;i.... March l0 1854,


S11 p,-rson. having d, m-ands n.-.-;,i the Estate of
I-. James Barker, deceased, are hereby called upt-
(in Ito )resent tlhemtn wihlio'ut delay', to tlie subscriber
and those intld.ebed Io said E ..,', are reqireii-ed o,
n-Jake immeliato payment and claimants it tt ( ,iiib-
iOun ofsaid i'-ru,., aire ril,. l io prefer thlir cl.Im(i'A .
du!y iu lt'.i.Lj__Lllithe uruteiesa.ited.
IC[I' .EAEI, -NI-rL.GANI, Addministrator.
St' Augustine Fla., iMay 6th, 1854. ;


NEW O YORK ADVE-.'TI1SEZIF.NT.
Froan the newspaper Advertising iA.g'ccy of +
S. M. PETTINGIL-L & Cc.,

1.AD=ESl NNEW FA'-i3ON BOOK.
N thlie 1st of eve-ry Month is Published, Pilc'?
5 C.-nt. FRANt L'Psr.IE'S Ladies Gaz,- to
of Pais, London and New :York Fashions, contain-
ing 100 fCntraving's of the Newest Styles of Ladies'
tund Children's IHaltts, Caps, l)re-ses, Manmillas, &c.,
A full size Paper Pattern-ofa Mantellerlarge 'hleet
of Patterns, anud Deseription o Croclih-t Work, Ar-
licles on lIeleivo Lenathi, r Work, A elvet ['ititintgs,
&c., Entertaining Literany Matte.r, Tales, .&c, a
-"-,1' I ite by XIts Ann St-pli'ens. Also--Each
P rt contnlinsa New Soag-,or Piece of .usic. Ap-
rangemcnts have been completed in Paris, whereby
the Newest Designs will app"ar in this wIork one
month before the Patris Fashion Books are received
by ,ie Steametr,
P.rt I. was issued on .January 1st 1854, and
has been reprinted eix different times in order to
.meet e t l- .':--nntnlI. A l the back- ,iL hL,'l --e--a-+ -b,-
obtained. Th.' cloi ed Plate is alone worth more
ionely ihan is clI:, .d for the whole Part.
E.:rAia.:r rR.mir TT1E PArERS.
"'It is by far the best Fashion Book issued in this
couitiry.' We cordlially recommend it.'--v. Y.
DP ili- Time.q. 'Takes thie hiii'st ai:irik .-ui ui
, ,-,,r,',Is .f L j-uJ-..-1 .. .. l is is a
^**.pi. r .- ~!_ 7.,.uu 7; .... a T.'i. --- It :'+,-.'In.i 3"i'--"
record of ihe Fashion now 1;u.v i,l.hi,.l "----vturday
Times, Philadelphia. "It contains all the fiewvest
Fa-shions, annl a colored Plate of great beauty."-
Home Journal.
One copy, one year, $3 ; two do., $5 four do.,
$9. One copy of the Gazette, and ono copy of
iar'per's Ptnam'sP, or G! :ia:;t.'o Magazines5 ohe
yenr, .-,.
Office No:. 4 John street, New York, and for kile
by all Pooksellers in the United Sta ,es andCalna-
das, April 22--3m.


Thalie Great i'iasO and Music
Stalb Ii sl i me nt.
O S WATERS.
33 E'3roadway, Nenw York.
TTHE BEST AND MOST iMPROVED PIAN-
OS AND MELODEo-S. T. Gilbert & Co.'s
Vor-ld's Fair Preiam Pianos. willih or without tihe
EEolean,nd wilh iron firuamnes and circular scales.
The merit of these ,iii, -. -a m, is roo wvell known to
need further commendations, GIr.LT'S BOUDO.IR
PIANOS, nit elegant insrritiment fn" sinall rooms.
HALLET & ttiut .r,'t'S PIANos, of the old establish-.
ed firn of 'l.l-it &. Co., Mr,,V. being sole a-
aent for all the above Pianos, can offer them lower
th in any oilier house. IIHORACE WATERS' PIANOs,
manufactured expressly for him, having great power
of tone and ela.-:ticity of touch. 333 BROADWAY is
the largest depot for Musical InstrumeatsIn m this
country, affording an (j.1-p., inmiiny Ior selections not
to be lad elsewhere. Second-hand Pianos at great
bargains. Prices from $60 to $175. Every
instrument fully warranted or tho money refun-
ded.
Mllelodeons.
Goodmait, & Ba!dwin'. Patent Organ Melodleons,
with TWO BANRs of keys-a sweet and powerful in-
strument. Prices fi om $75 $200. S. D. &,H, W.
SMITU's Zei-brated ,IEbODEOAS, MARTIN'S unrivalled
GUITARS, Brown's Harps, F.luiinas, Violins, Brass
intiruiienti, &c.,&c. Dealers supiplied wih Pianos
M elodeons at factory prices. 12J per cent discount
to Cleigyman,
tMusic. '
TI is listeompris,-'s the products of ihe great mas-
ters ofboth the American and European continents,.
and is receiving conuiant adiJiiioiit by. n n ,extnsive
l)ublicatioun-l4hIe eloice and- popular pieces of the
ilay. Dealers int Music', and Teachers of Scmina-ies
wishing to purchase any music published, orinake
rrnagenfmentsfor continued supIplies ofMr. WV-ATEItr-.
new issues, will find it to their interest to callor for-
*ward their ordersi. Music sent to any parrot- the-
Union or Canadas, postage 1-ee. -
April 8,-3m. HIORACE WATETRS.


ZINC PAINTS.
T 1HE NEW JERSEY ZINC CO, nare prepared
to execute orders for their valiunle Wlit<%
ZiiCe Pa{isit, wihici isrnow a.-kn",weIel.P.l o e10 e
superior to lead' i'WAliteiies. iriiliml lrcy
and Durabi iityy either forinsilde or usilniJe use.
And as itis 'nowv cli'-per and Wil cov,-r n amuth
-grealer qttf:.ce than Lead using eqirid weight, and
is rnoi poiononul, it r,.c,'imiends itself, boili on the
score of health and economy-.
A methobd of preparation -lias re,.ently been dis-
eovered Whicih eii:nlh's. the Couitpany to warrant
their Paints to keep flesh and oft in ihe ki'gs for any
reasonable tiie. In this respect their P.ninia will
be sipt-nior to ntny oilier on the ninarket.
Tlcheir Drovv'in Zilc Palit, hieli is sold
,at n 1.-w pricee, is now well known fur its protective
qinliies, whlien applied to iron or oihcr .Moallic sur-
face, -
Thrir Stolle Color Paiat possesses all
'tie properties of lithe BroIw'n, and is of an agreeable
eolor for Painting Cottages, Depoti Out B3tilding,
Briulget., & c. .
-I'lleir Paints. wvhiclh areso'd Dry n orJ'ound. in Oil
are wa'rnnied pure, and put up in FIfV a f 25, 50
100 and 200lbs., to be used preicfell hil"e White
Leail.
For Sale by the prtucipt"' Dealers of Ihe United
3tat.-s, or by.
MANNING & SQUITER. Aeeut.
n2 45 DA Street, New Nro: Sin.
/ .)


CrITATION T.O (.'-SED3T0SiS.
I ABRIi EL P.IIEST \ liitiiiaint, ol
L inhe' l-'tsile oll'An''oB ,f -iri URC.:) d.,C'-aSa el, hiay-
iI- 61['l'l ii l ui '' ollice .'s\'l'iten i ,g.-e ti,,ni of lie
ii-',lt'.lt-n y of s il EL tare.
1 hi4 t Ihre' lure lo nioify all |)r<,n1 v Ini ihg de-
1nn iiils r gjinb 1 -:;.,I E.':siai., l.) ilc .. h cl 11|i n duly
proved and rm'ltnii,,.- itied, heor i'tlihe JuI.lg, f Pro-
bales of Duval Conniy. on ui.,r b.f.- ih..- Iiunthi ili, F ,C
November tneXt,.ainl i.i.ih ,inO [tlnw-' will ho a pro
rata distribution (if til f.inl- f sai I EIaale i, iiitong-t
h,- L e~lii,,,s ihere,-,f .i .11 ,i]>lihij o10 Lh.: .'1 11(lc In sIuchI


P.AN'VEL WORK.
* N. P. KIM1BAkLL, No. 28, Ileekmnum
St. New York, WVhulesale and IRetail Dealer ia
S:,.-h-s. Do, ra, Dlnmita annd all kinds of Builders Pan-
nel Wori;, rM'ide f tlhe I st iateii al, in the mo-,t
ihot01goh ni-inner ad lKyIln Dri.--td, so ans to nmirely
i tl v' ft '.ltriiikiag by 'expsure to heat inL n y tioi-ni,or
,h L' e. Is pirparedl to Itrniitli any aniunin, iat
lI.it lIu 'i e., f i hf .' vt.h y b's L- 'iici ni made in the
coiinty :rl at ex'riimely low jnite-a fIior cash.
1-1 O.h s by nvil pronimptly iit.-nded, to anl
goods put up an.I di.licI'ted whi care. Strangers
i-i ig tliil' City me iii id to caull-anid examine e bc-
S, ,, li.f.. l ] tn'.hi' elsewbl re., .
:J,,,,y "2":'. 1."51. % ; S no;


CIv7 Cou.CIl. R00,oO, ST'. At'nsTIt, ,
*: Ap il 2Sih, 1651, 10 A. N.)


Cili'icdil n l "pursuant to a.loiinl'unl.
hT e 1 Reso!hlion Cf tl.- pul.c nneceing oI Il.
.1_... ci'iz-iin rf .61. Augii--ine hellv d yestt'riny call-:
ing ,p.1n thle Coun,.il to i.,i.iblih qua'i'tine regular. -
;:lions beiwe, n tlii elty arid .ancku..'nv'ille with a view ;
to prevent the iiiii',Aiion herec of ie Swml I Pox
lim tile it,'ifr 'l:,c, was taken up forj(ie coniider-
at,.,n ai ni:,iii,.,n t,\ tlie Council anl on inoiion i ..
was resolved and ordained ilti tlhiseveral resolu-
tions adopted by a formnt r counc/at its nitm'eting of
i-h 7th of August 1852 be revived and put i forea
from nnd after this Idn uii ntl othet %% ise ordeiedu iNwlh
ile l.tflk,%% ing dif(flren'e naThely tlat the first c( kniil
resolution be i-tift nd..d by iinserting immediately nl-
ter tIe "woids in.. p,:ei'on coming from said ei:y tile
.the following (to. wit who is a regular resident
thereof oir has been a -jrouin- r thereiun liall Ie al-
-iwed to enter tlihe city tf St. Aru'stiiw unless slia
or lity shall r e bu-en lu b." it tii l i.aid .Ja 'kson-
vlili luf orteen or minore lday 3nr-xt lpr.ceding i"ii' day
on which lie sihe-or iln'y iiimpose so io enter ilhe ci'y
and Il s finilii her-Ibiy ordained by the Mayor nnd
Aldermnen of the city off St. A uiiui, e thai' lio trpv-
eller 'orh it, an'i nt person who shall la Ive gone iiti,
the town ot J.lacksonville since the Lbrninkng out of-
the Small Pox in thatcity and re:itnetd there for
iile space of" ive ihour.; or-.liill have hl-ld p,'i-snnlL
comliiuicalion- wIli any one I:lbniiig under the
inmail Pox oni whio Ias viiied 'L builJing in which
the ili'.e'nee is liii.wn I ,-, Ii'h ve ri.e-i, 'v cxistd even
rlirough his or h, r tinry tilirie .hali b,_ Lfor u flho ietr pe-
tiod than said iir,-e hoiiisr -l; h ll be allowed to enier
-thli otry ofSt Aua.*iiL'e? icnil- I',.tii I ren or more d;,yz
immediately |lic,'r' ,u lhunI ol whi'cii he or sile
nany apply to tfin tIIhei cf"ly hall iuve? elripsaed ,since
his or her ladt leaving s.iii h ..ick .r', ili .
G. IIUMPhIlIEYS, Miyor.
:Attest: E.:r.. J. Dr. ML IctIs.

3il5 O diAsiM.a. e ;S Be it icr. .'y Oi dii," P.'. ti le .inyor ti-.1 Alh\r-
men ;,' io k. i t' 4.-l Si, A.1.-o.2 1Cr.e iIu C .'i.nCil cvn
r-ftl, r-?44?kT4 ,-- Ii t'.i I ti 'tttu
--V n-,7T4 ., -A .4,,r4 : ^77 t,,.,.;!t, V. li,, 1 ,% for .a S f
person to throw over the, outer wal or i1i nralpt ot ":;.
Fort Marion or on to any of11,l..- gr'.iiils wsiiiin thie
limits of said Fort any l.i. nl :nini -l, 'll or niiy oth-
rr inattfiof il of'n',ii;.-t arnd p,. uiciiu-i character
and any individual L:**.-t.-f, l,-I.., tile Mayor o -.
r .rir .*i ....iiiLr _^ .-1;Tt-, ki'et ;jOi 't l:l y n Iiion iii t Saut-:."
kmei iati ofthjs 0, .lui, ..x i t 'bll. be s IbiJc.II.d i a ... -

more ih Iii hil .e J.-! 11 ,. ;,,.,.I I'isu ui'plu-Ocu inio4n ,:S----
if the trainig.es:i'r ih: a free nogio u.-i, -rn -ie or
she shall on convitiri, L f.,iesaidl .befoTe- the.. Allypr-'
-be fined not less tli lhri--e igimetOillaat fi'e dol. '
lars with cost and iiid ,I.li,,t in tile payment of stirtl"-
fine and costs shall r,:cei-,-V bin his or her bane back
not -less than f'teen nor more than twenty nine
striper and if the ot1i-ndt' be a slave he or she shall
receive on the bare back not ess Ithan ten nor mor-
than twenty stripes and his or her owner shiall be
charged with alnil accruing costs it being lenr by pro-
vided neve'riless that tie said master or owner may
ceunnmnmte and save his share fruio the corpoiedl punn-,
Sishinenn herein before directed by tIlie pnyi)ent ofthe-
fine as well as the cost-s. one hlnf of thle fine shall in
nlcaIIses go to the utse ofthe informer andl the other
lhaIlf to tihe cily Treasutry-it was then on motion
.Resuoltved, By lthe Ma:iyi.r and Aldermen that tlian
Ol diieuniC' .la_'cd.5ih A'tIgut it 1 mI14 in relation to
the giwei'iin'int ,fthe e' el ninI kCt Ibe so'amended a
to provide that the cuttingg upof the meats in thl
snid market shall c-mimenee at thirty minutes in place
of fifteen minutes as stated in said'Ordiiatwe alter
day break.
Passed in) Council 27ih MarchI 1P54.
G. HUMPIIREYS Mayor'
Attest. EML. J, Dt. Ml.DIC-ES.


It having been reported to h lie Couneil that the ha-
bit tiow indulged int oftravelling wiih carriages upon
the now embankmnent made or making along the sea-
waill has i-lready damaged a-nd .t calculated materi-
ally to destroy the pe,'iatienlt utility afid appearance
ol lIhe same.
fe it hereby PResolved, By the Mayor and Alder-
men of the ciy of St. Augustine in Council conven-
ed that it shall not hii'-ral'ti,:r be lawful to- drive or
travel witlh any carriage waggon,eart or any wheel
vehicle of auy discription or to ride or drive any
horse or anul" on said embankment or on any por-
tion thereof atnd any person trangressing against the
p'oh,binion contpined+ or intended to be contained 1n
this resolution shall on conviction thereof before the
ll.ia or be fined in a sum not less than five nor more
than ten dollars with costs at the disereiionof the
Mayor,one halfoftha fine shall go to the informer
-and the other half to the city Treasury and alimll
moreover stand criit-itited until said fijne and cp.ot
are paid, *'
Passed in counhic4 ttitm--tWaiy of-tMrch 1854.
G.O. H1UMPHREYS, Mayor.
Attest. En J.Di. M'DICES.


Senator Beiton's 9Great Work.
"THIRTY YEARS VIEW."
GT AGMTS WANTED IN EACH COuiT *. -
SA.'qISlFA CTOR V assnirbncee + ta relA..
ability required, and should accomnpanny appliea
tions. -
W We s.h'il be pleaded -o receive snbscriiptions by
mail, and.will center the inatie sO received it regt.
lar ordrr upon our subsciipilou list Subscribers
livingijn Ihe country will gently facilitate the.deli-
verv ofilie woik iy giving us lie name ot someone
in thIe nnnre-t Town, wio will receive it for them-
To have it sent by mail enclose to us thirty cents
as part postage.
The woi k will be sold exclusively by fiubscriplon
Each Vol. a complete work in itself-the let ex-
tenJinIg to the close of the administration ofGener-
anl .Jackson contaoniingahoul 700 double-cnlimn royal
8vo. pages and a superbly engraved portrairtf Sena-
tor Demfn price $a2 50, will be ready about tIe
20nli of Aptil. -
JOHN- M. COOPER & CO., SNa-nnih,
rnm5 General Agents for Ge6rgia and Florida.


Hair Wye. "'-
I"rproved liq rid Hair Dya-This iae'itpita,
ar'ticle.being ai instanaaeow-.-anJ-p;-rmenatei--
Dye nod no (rouble- Seedirectionsm riWa'rrit.
ed anil if not satlisfactory to b" returned. lttdiaei-
ther black or brown as'-desired iry-it. ...

M aly 14, IP53., ;..... .-_. ...


H paid Steel Corn mllts _muep.d.
mi sorlted a ize9.wanared.also amm ed1te
faills, '!r'a.ffle Iroi IUO'w WiaIe, B'. B.eA IL


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N OlCU LOSS'

PLANINGMACHINE.
M) Roi'ly Planinig 7.,ilt>ch, has tist been deci-
ledi 110 inot toi miiige ili- WooIwori h ,voInichine by the
SniIt-itie Cotuntl olhe Unmied Stnies, imd 1 nr now
PlL I- r,-d 10o Sitl i litalto ttme in all parts oh tlie LIm-
:ed SuiCes. 'I Ili. ,aelh;ne gives ujiv,-rfil- arlstshc-
lion. It obtaiinhe a- Mthl liholi inn New 'Yoit andi
Bsoton over ihe Woudworlhi Machline. afier a rial
of',hie w%-'eks. N. G. NORCROSi.
L,',v.ll,".1,b 14 1554. Feb 25. 6m.


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IPY P^Th^v rw'I-Ii -^ X^ T
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ER V IM FO. AIL Cj3OHOl.rA MO,-US,
DYSi,'NEAY 1 -Y BILIOUS CHIOLIC,
DI ARRUC A, B, 0 W EL DISEASE S (CHOLERA INFANT

ALSO, ADMIRABLY -ADA PTED-'TO MA NY DISEASES 0 FEM 1 ALES:
*- 5::1 O.T E&.PECKAtL P 2 1.'.a 'srC ;n'iA. ,- -.

A l'e virttie, of JACOI'3% COIU,IAL a-;i- t*o v -'.'.- L .;- j n So t'-,..- ': ". -- .._-.2 li0iht|.
i ist. It cures the .toorsten casa. ,f Di r/'t,' ,. S...:.' ,,.'. .1:,,,,, '-
2 1.. It cures the worst j'r',., o'Df,,enerq, ., I c. icves pti,,, a ,c. .ii Lois,
- M8d. It cures Caliornia or 1crk',mt Diarrhlwa, 9i4. It eaouterar4 7V iiro,'.s?,s O /. 7c
4'h. It r'liee, thi e ,e ,erest Ciulic, .... 1 It /*Fo ,'.e. I1T ,/,,.!1 7 ,
51h. It cures C 'holcra lurhu., 11th. It / .a ", .'. "
6/h. It cures Cholera l, anta ,,i, 12r,. Ii's a, /.l, l,,, T,,.,'.

A FEW SUOJTEXT 4.CrT (IuT LE"1 TTIS, T. 'II-[5AL s, &C. .
'I hnve used J;ticub' Cordial i'my family, and have fourind it'n m'st ,.till.. e, a, i) n my jomginent. a
valuable tred); -ron-. I1R.AM WARNER, Ig, of Sup;emne Cout, UGa.
.t gives me pleasure in being able to recommend Jaeob'" C,:-.l(;r y o h p., i:,, ,i ..,,i,-,ieee, auid
.he expem inee of mynveighbors around me, is asufficientgi 3rir:ce li., ma tI, 1 .-v L. i I.e all dint ii
1",,:p lrt to be_; yiz: A sovJZR1 R BXI S Dy," i WM. II UNDr, woon,
i ; Fonnerly Judgi of Sup5'rior &Court, Cherolev circuitt
"1 tk"e gre'i: p,,.a-nure in recommending this inva uible mndfci, (6o all i, wi' bowe lsase for
i'hnh[bviva'' u" b ..d ... ...t bo el "Isne o
v.hih I belive ,t to be a 0overctgn remnely--decidedly supetiiorlo any.ll t ,,, 1 1i..t ridl )by Ie."
...... .A. A. GA IN G, Dpuly G. I of thie CGran;dJ Lodge of Georgia.
"I'.nis efcient rem-(y i.traveing 'o celebrity as fast as Bonnpiarte pushed his coinlrni 1teo iissia
nnJ gain.n-.id lt' -i.. ,-d." ;,,; ". T I -,,, "
ur r ale by B. E. CA1'l St. A .lg.ttii,-, A. 1 \ \ t .' ,' I ,'' II, ,,ute 'ti..i
c!iarts and Den' git.,i t iron, h.2 >,it tile St.:, A.\ il 15, \V t. II. m i.l A ..., Pr,''ri,-t, -, 'n

S..EO.A AI"LE WORKS.
S...K.Sla inu5, V-3. M. MM rliek, Veo.- i2)" 2- O-LEC'P C
L. Su:zni3'. I CT ICy,
(Suzcessor to A. AtLkiison & Co.) VOLTA IC C I[A I ArS!
rghi. _la''i~iaa a Ba. Bet2 i N E"aid NovEr. mno.le of Iappl-ing a power-,
hink IEiablishnamest ha4i bee (i 1 IA rmlilnTns osrce1
T successful operation for a number of y.ars.- I l reameial aget, so consriucted as to be
'1',me Qtarriesi are well opetid, and the marble i on nclr lhe ga fnilt;s, next o) hll skin, produc-
speiojiir to any in the United States, ing a constant, v r;'d f...r., ,.,,:'.t of ELECTKO-
1-i XJ:Lr Fi.IA.
W'e have so perfected our facilities for getirti outl ,:',*.- l. ,,
An frinishinl works, that we can' firn,-l. MON [J- i;.-I '* i
"NT.,OAl lABLETS, I1E4)STO.N ,' frot timte ft 3, n.c.,:' pii, anl also a permanent
1 everything h our line ofbasiness, in better style cure ,:, .Il
:.,.i t a livtaper '. ., than aiy yard in the country "" % ".Ag .
.mdatclaapr iic ta ny it ,'l l.,, q. t ii t, u I in far'tish ahtnost i,)stant t-e-
..VTicn it. is eon i.1,.i.,.l that we saw our own t f -ili ost is nt re-
[ '.lld..,pay nojbbei'e s piulilt,-a al no In ;. f, ;l life, auid a rsiNA,, r'ir -i 'NL1.` CUR1 l .. Ijh,. used
tro, L tl- No lih, it '. ill le 1 -,o ti' I'm we do possess e',.," ,tn lii. .$'-U .i i i' s i
m ;! u il a1 dv.n1.1i over ;nil .': p.ii rs. i I Uierine 'ains
V.V:. c.rdially ,.;i..ti o iu itn,:, l aim.l the public to ( '' *-in ca Pailpi'lntion of the rieart
e':;'Tine ojr W.'ik ,.11- c0.1iii r 1 our prices with 1 L'. i l'er': li.-1 Hl eadache
::*.. h- f t h yi It, P-ir.,1o' ,l- .; 'i i n, il Sweallod pointss St \,, D ..-
e 'c have oan liii l at our yv I i M I i ii' i.i. a hirre N li''i'al-t-'" 0 th1t ", General l icbjilitv"
tn.. iin-tn l J Iti,-',m l w1.1 k- '),)'i. I. 'q T iw bs, Di eases of l t '- i .-'ains of ,. i 'ii
-mrrw 1 D.. ,,2" 'rji,,!
S .-.-A''heIe ,iur nznert, Mr. 0 '. Suimaerswtt! DSu .i.m. ,t i iinlne-s hi'y-,'-.- Dyspepsia
Ii it o't1' IniCLe O.U i pi:m.'jil v.o'l- i J r ta- at I]- 't A, : .. a o NERVOUS
:.3' ji tss ..- r 1 1 it amount of NERVOUS


1 J. A_ I.\XKIN & GO' ,
~j-). 7-y l m^I, o'' ti N k P. 0. Ga.
:'-a". AKgTKa -T2'.i 3B<>i2.i 7?1 \^.A&
ziNr. -. I.. .2..
,"' *'.','-1 ,)<'<.; 9 ;i,'i I t *.;..', l, ,, '. c'i.'i ,ii ;{,).', :; ). ,./ ;:
,,r' C h.^.. _'' R.\ t li'/ .( 7 / C., 7.1 / .' _/ ',' -.

,'o'.- 1'2 t. 15 .'S ..i L ,.' "ip, '.; '" '; or-
derf nfzc'.'le-i: .. ,',_:; k m .: ,;,'t-a 150 tO 2-00
Ft:.'e' I .,,, E,,J'-e':i."i 0. .
All for ,$1 .2), ia C'l',.bs ,f [.,ai Sr mb 'mribrt' )
E |he l..ihe nt- ',: 2
No ,P RIODI,..n i 'I "'- 3 I -
o r.'at'-raly C at .: L,,u,,.e,il -.te? .,'s Ity Ii-,',
,n .' ..ra ly ,,,' i : w 'r i! e., ,1 ,a e '..|,.J by le
1`1'- t. h thn "il ) l. ; [ \L11; \ Zi 'N;."
-- ',, *n' .. ,. i _ ". ", I .' ) ,.


- i T...... ._ "- ---


F i'F tare grnatdly relieve d. ifi; ., i ,,". ,, cured
,y -;!i ,; u ,:.,-. i. tha, c a!instia i,., 'a ..":u,.m' each
d, ,q -I -
u~ ~ ~~~~~~ 'r '' *" '.',.,"^. -- -3o ;1 -'
ST i. t it i' 1 i ,i ,i ..I ti '_ t,- :, ;i ,li-,' z -a 6 but on-
ly thbi,- fn .\ ..,.i i is r. ,. ,i,,:,, !d i a,0 ,, m forever,
we. )l.1 ,l i I., :1 ',i DEFY, thlt 'no ml 'ldicina _, ,a'
of ANY KISND h;as pp-.fortIneJ-SO MANY curES during
the.last year,of -those diseases jus named, as
f Pi!'v,'r;'E-.:.n a's !;ri cl t ,'C la~aIAI.
A id toprove Ip'. ...li-. t;.,,. fd y any person, to
produce so niniv -WEL., A iri:'s W. i r, IC,-- cT IFr'.rI't -
.TEs of Scient(ific Ph--.i-i.ins ind I ntt ,ii p i Itis
! as maybe found in a pamopalet of 36 pUrg-,sto be
had i, h'i h'n f iithe rlt ii tai .it v
'I 'l .- 1'I,.. I. .i; \ Ie :1 i i i o Itced 'i
F.,aiwe in 1 -.'M il a' .., L i:. Q 'iuj-',ted t h elh


w \\ e'o,\ n ;i litt w ,M o,'l .-i '._ y 'I, [ l' i.Ll>,{, _.".! r:i2 r : ;B 'i; i lE; iiS tr
t.!' eui.- deraille l..-] it, e-n:ail,-.. 1 l.tht' lit-st a'li.;il at e ir in Paris, tlity were found.
"'rIAiL Azmvl Of 2SP toIaI.ol.Ill.' I to possesastrangean d marvellouspowl-r in :;lit'\ ii,
T ,m- llom ", ..'J ,ti ,-:a Cd ( J..i -.''s L.J 's .,k p-'. in, i !' .". '.'r l,,'; 'r!- and- by their i,,-i.:,ceT w ere
,t-o, e y-.. r l. 3 5i tt' ....i l -, I,'l -....t.,', ...f t', imtt al so
-i hav '.m;ipv re--- :'cr a t--' I. .-4.:.'* h,,. h-.l. ....-.e..e .
----IFfo0e, .. ,., ,.- .. ..
I i: a1


.... : FV- 0 , -4- ki a u .t c ,I ,ter -up' f Itlb-
' ". -1. -JS ".rSi" m I 'n t _! ,,i; .


gily Or4iuit:B Se"t rc C t'sEo! ; noio .
Bec it lhe-,L.y Orduiredi By Ilhe SIyor and Alder-
i-i- aul alahe C-ittv oh St,.\Aigm r.utiue in'Ciiuuil e,.-i-
: t. d that it --hall ui t I',.,r.'-:if'' r be ml:tttl fot aity
n ..ro to throw uvm'r mlIm a.,ier wtal or I| inl.-i ._.f
1 1. :11 oaiou o1r .)ut l t ay ol Ithe gm-, im'.i l i k I'-
is uf siis. F ,ort any dej.al a.-ii, ii fI It or auy :, h-
I a ctier oM,,i I-I 'aisis%\e 1itl1 pra1iim'1.-;I elmc m r-,I: I
.,,I iaty iaadivi.i u.a l e.mI vieiteI l.P,--Ir it ie M'l-iy.-r (.1
i. ,.t rc-sing ag't-i iat tile prt'lbii, m ioa itite t aldt -
I..' 'iltI ol Ith'is OLidm aance l.ia ll .be ,l.j % :i.'.l- if i"
m ime per"0io 10 a fint- f not Il-. ii ill it iee 1-1i'om'
mi ore tluin live d-_ll.ar adl cou ts ofpr..''--tti,';ui itind
if the traaesgressor be a flee amhrzro 111- itiulalio lie or
She ,uan o'l cauo victioit afoure- h. I ,.'l,.,-'e ti' \1 iyV '
fined niot 1 I tan-s- tha rii' re nor ni .,r,' a lI l l li,-' dol-
S. .:,II roi a n d 1 )1 l ll h111 i [il.- n' i i ,l t ,,i t n sa


ti.,. a.i i[,''-.. ', ... i: t- u, i ,r t!,-y ti, ,"' I.'-c oum e 'the


I -;st ?t. ;n ..t C. i :-:. ? i yeA-e g let int
: tra:t U'vorid : I
Thejy were first introduced i ilthe United Stales
aboutone year i! i. -, and went through wit sIe
.iiiw trial as int iirope, anl- were at imei-t ilrodu-
eed into every i .1 1. I -it ..v York, 'wliere
they anre now in daily use. effect iing even X'iOE WoN-
I-c'ru.,t. Cuiist- than ihad evetrbefore beetin awarded
i I l it \ -
'I I.)y are h;-.:i,,' e" ', ,i i '-,.-d by Profs. "VT .ut-
tinte ,i,:.,, Van A!i-, U. '. -i, indil others, I lh'aive
,.mihi-n-'. ili.-im % -' .'- or tI-ir power atn :l v alue in
several ofT'i:, i .-.I, :0; journals in th't iily, and are
-alo in the dai!y practice of recotmtnen iig their use
tr pai,.'n- A Il account of-. on i l. Oi jino inmay
,il- le l.'und in evr-y z'nl.,-;, ml sent to the
'i1, i -.m of any persoa, i the State, ly applying
(l.it iQi i ) to B 1. CA'; F Tlie Chanl e -a.-n be
sent bly mu ill. *;t'hil full .,' ;;ti; iii fo't use.-- "
Price olCi-it-, ,.$3 an I :it, Feby. 18 S54.


'I r ll C05 l l,_. l t Ill, UE1 *.11i. Ill Lll.-. li.lyn.ll Ull 6Ui l)t N, 0 ire 1 ii ia -'1, 2 v 4 0 -a! :- Um Vcit-
,],a' ano cosls shall rec-.ive on his or Ier ,bare back t' oi ,. i h'O -). :. tie veo-
110n less itlaa lifiteei m or m.aLre tlani ttw:' i.i. nt a (tliia-f -,i< 40.1-. ni.. otohef0 inl-
etal t.e and iti tie offl-nder be at slave I,, or Ji':.- shall tIONXifila i- "" "
: ,','c:-r \.5 rtilme b.-are bick not les ; l.3 t ,i u r, iia r more i .'" -,'.; ', ,./! ,,/. "ti, !. tlh T ,iyor and Alder-
ih-i itvenmiy sttp tsaniid his or li-.r owner shall b.- men, '.I ihi. e' 1i I't .- ,g-u., ,t Council colIven-
chT-ir'e--d i-ilt ull iaeruig costs it b.. ing her',bypro- ed ;- That from and a.licr tile promulgation hereof,
v-.' :-.1T neverililees 111 i thei said nt3i-..r orowuner many the following reg'UlationIs shadl be in force, in regard
.-i.n. d te an. I save lias a r'.- from t'er? cof, re'm-il m to the selling of o:r-iti-.-ts or o;icr intoxicating li-
-li.tent Imervin beloae diretiedl by tile i)mt)!'nm oflie iI"ii w-thiii, the liu.ta .. I said city ; tha t i io sy ;
.ite as well as tIl coqi3, oue h:ilf ol thie ii hm:t in For '.-.-' I.-',.: to sell such liquors, it a q aintity
all cases go to the u-'e of tile inf.irm nde r it ,,d-iri of onn quart or moe ; tlterei shall be cliariged aind
t Ialf to fhe city Treasumy-it w:is ilen o on miom p I by an pers proposing so to sell to tihe use
Re. im-eda, By tie Ma'yor nn.Al Allerm,-r lait tihn of 1hi' city Treasurythe suni or Twnty-fie dol.S,
Oi,.linanee passed bilt i\uiuet 16-44 in rerimto to n i d '-a l; a ,.l..\-.t-t: -')tcime v, .-i,! ,,_,, ,. tClt e M iy-
S ill' got veTnille t oftie beef uat-iktt l..e s.,) ntl endedd as or, l'- ''iii. aumy >ii,,', it-. i.. i li-h i.,.';tcatiing [i-
'.o provide tlint the cutting tip of title mets in tlie qi 1s 4.','toia,,' -. th tie intent andn meaning of
-ai marki.a Shall c'-,n'ieumee am thirty mminiea 1I. h-1ia Oirdi0iiit' 01 wutnhout first 1-,viit obtained a li-
i; fteen amin-uLes as sltteJin s i.n Oadi .a ,.-c :.lt.c r cdii-', Is !i-ei 'L, ..fore i'. i,.. fori- nnd paid theie-
d- ay break.. Cur alIm- ir', e-ci i',. i ax ; shall be fined in a, sum of iot
Passed it Cuumcil :t27lai Mirlh 54h. i.-:6 it:t1ii Vm, more than flfty dollars,ti 4n-...
.... G. HUMPHREYS V.ao1": i.r w,ill thell c.--l od i...-.c ,i,',l-lte one lIalf ot
A.tlf t. E.mr.. J. Dc. ME.icrS. 'whihi line, shiill l o to ilh-, 'iiy ',i,:.i' ,iiy proper and
elf o hI'r Ih'ilt, tl, tihe u e of thle iuiformner ; Provided
,.; ...-I avmia been reported to ilie C( uaeit l iltat ile i Ia- a!w h v-' ; ii'si at is to he distinctly uinlerstood,anild is so
:t.i-.ty uvw indhlged in of tLavelmig wil c'inraa --. itiniti deelr i,_il ; th.it uomim i:_ t 1 eo-'ii ined in any license
a u. w erub tiknmeut ni-ide' or making u'lon, the ,-a- .r.mnied and issut..ad, as :i," '.,aijiJ shall be:construed,
\' -'4lj, has already damanaged an-I ts calculaIc-d imiter,- ,iSi to utlhori,'" niv i- .li.ti I'mil Who is IJ's.,uit.' I by
.-l y ['li ',. desiroy t Ile pi:niame]t utilily and 'appeara ctme i,. t 11. 10 the i t quai l, LL i. ig. r qua ti i tii, to allow
,' ( M.. t!e sma te. tlie ..aie, to I-e ,dr.ik ,i li, -: i her st-rie o-rshop, or
X... --,;-B it hereby fesulved, By tle Mayor and Ahler- nn ih-' pr.-iiii'rs lt-, tm at ii ,heil ; the same, being
A*''-. :' i of lihe city of -St. Augi,,tim iin Conimcil cunreaim- herle-ly ixlpr's-8Iv and [I-ri.-ey prohibijed ai d any
ed thai-it shill not hereafter be li vfui to riiive or stuie or -hlpk'. |,ar, i.-m n i,.: a:,i_'ii i'i;n prohibi-
t! mv.-'l wiih any carriage Witgghi) ,cart or any w ih-'el ion m 1i ill. ou .ai 'ui ,va ,ttum im ih | of, lb.-Ia-: tile 111%or,
veliiScle ot' auy di.,e'ii|t)aim or to rid? or drive ainy b.- tfi.ted tll it I im ,f nI-i i' li han'Tweniv-five dol-
hI)rs': or nitil, not said eim'tnim'lii oi or oil auy p'r- Inrs, wiih cisi;s ol miwtt-il.? ''ji half of whiich fine
.i i thereof and any person trangressing agtin'-ti tlie sal in.r" a ri..m to ti," i<'ity. Treasury proper and
y.hibiiinon oniined or initend'd to be coit aiime-l 'n tlIe ruulft,- '11 f ICl1 i i se is" ol the infiorm er.
.his resolution shall o-j coviction thereof belfoie ite Be it f'ithIcr ord:i:uuld, by tihe authority aforesalid,
Mayor be fineJ in a suin no' less thin five nor mnoe that it simll iol hereafiei be lawfvl for any white
than ten dollars with costs at the dise,'-emi,'n of tlie per-mni, ,not the Gmardi:,it ii, Irit r, overseer, o'i legal
rl-I mayor, one hallol'ithe tine ,hall g.i ma the inltormpr man'itigr for th' tinm'- b.-hiug) to Ill, to purchase for,
an. ihte other hlialf o the city Treasury aund shall or gyiV- to an'y lice Wnero, or trm1aiiu tO lto m1ly sl:vne;
moreover stand crintitted until said li'-e and costs ay iuio'icaiiig diinwili.ui a tiisat permi.siou,
at' paid. f'i'ln tlie Gun diar at O,f 41u.1h free tiCL IO or liltlaiio, or
Paazs5d iu council this 20 div of M-irch 185-4. tile in'lsier, overse,-r or leg il ntang'r of eucla slave
G. HUMPHREYS, Mityor. autliorismiig tile s'im..- an.- :niy pir'soni olTedinng here-
Attbt. E-rL. J. Dr. MEDItcr.s. i, shall, nn coil' tion ithereot'. b,-fore.the ,1Jayor,
be fined not less iltaui 't'weniy-lire dllatr- anid costs
eDOLIE1IO WOLFE'S AROM It.-'ic of prosecmtion-one hinlt of o -.l pi):tilty to go into
ISCiIIIDtlO I GIN. tile city Tieasury proper and the oit!er half to the
S0 C.ises 40 doz in quart .bittles. 5 Cases Sands informer.
Sar'aphlamJailt, Cas.-sTownsenad' Sarsaphtarti- Be it further or,]dined, by tlie nntihritv y nforesaid;
I1, 1 Ca. -Iavia Paiil Killer, 1' Case Mn-itang Liui- that from and ater mii3'dare. ihthre shall be lev-
ineatMff Tr's Medicine ., ayaiiee's medicines, Poin- ied upon all vendeisof ipiriiimoua or c,her intoxica-
-IMg lediloes., antdrith'd sMtidireines, Fiiteh'fMed ring drinks by tile glass; a tax tof Iwemtydollais per
ainsaj, t Srpii_., s ;. Caster Oil, Gum :Ar.i)bic Es- anumn fort he use oi this city T'iensumy and it is
'.,ase gxfridts, 'Ge Indigo, Wind.iw Glass, PtIy, hereby niede an stricily enjoined as tihe special and
A-sorotd kai.t-, Varatiih, Bi'jrhlez, Oils &c. imperative Iduly o' tile citv itIarsh:;l, to practice un-
B. E. CAl ,R 'reniitini viilenice, ina ellaus, ll,.r the r0 it. enfo',rc'-


"i )ec. ;25;. A
,,," .-.., 's.- ;. -. '-" _...--. ...
S THt ",.bicrfber-can ncorcrmodateeight or ter
S BOARDfJed.rt reaeblabloe lerms. -
=. -M .-PIN'
l 'a ~ h -.d ,-, '.. -" ......'' "' .. .. -* "


inLii ('ofihese as wlel a- a ll other orilija nces ainl reg-
Sulnalion. .ol tilhe cir:tajd id to Ihds '-n, it i a bounlen
obligaiiun of his Sft:.?)r waula for an as f:.r as tlay
be in his'power Oes,'n ,niEl blina to a just account all
* who are. gimilly of inrnot--rins l' olite samle,
Passed in Connsil16 Il bty IyH4.
.-Attest .: I-U,1PIIREY Mayor, '
.... nl J. DE. AtMioEs. C'lerk
A -.' ; .- --


at I rnK' W. IK-Fs. CAMtin --12


Mniy 6, '51


64in.


Just Arrived and ,Lansaded.
By Schlr. Caroline [Hall and Stea-
mner Caroi&ita.
0ol er q3i.1,1lii-es olpr'ovisioasanIld
ktroc-rtes heriuoie k,-pt in ormgiial package or
at retail. Refer to .catalogue inu airival of Schr.
Caroline mIhll; iit v ire now being opened and at
reduced prics. Tie trade fami lies and others put-
chasing can be acconimo-jated at .a trifling advance,
B. E. CARR.


JMl lReceived and being Opened.
C choice Blatter, Cheese, fIams,
crackers, dried beef,imarkerel, herring, bacon,
sho ulders, lard, mess beef, pork, cod.ish, sausages,
pilot bread. Rochester flour, B-altimore do, Georgia
do, corn, rice, rice. flour, hay, oats; peas, beans,
crushed sugar, loaf do, kiln dried do, N, 0. do,
brou n Havana, syr'up, molasses, honey.
Together with choice selectio-n of groceries gen-
erally. Just received by Caroline Hall and in fine
orders by the package or at retail. -,
AIs- ehioise raisins, currants, almTondls, nuts,
dates, sod;, vaie-, iirisAhpotatoes, onions,fiie cut to-
baco assorted brand sega.s, tobaeo, pipes, Vest
India, fruits, pie, fruits, jamies, inamtelades, guava
jelly pulverized herbs,
Extracts for Flavoring.
Table fruits, brandy fuits, pickles, fish sauce, ol-
ives, catsups, preserves, jellies, fruit cordials, wines,
liquors picklets, sauce, syrup, sardines, candy, niacca-'
roni, vermicelli, mustard, wine vinegar; and oiher
shelf family g-oc--ries ;n portable pack-iges. Salad,
oil, rose waiter, ye'i.t powveri.r bay rum, Stoughton
bitters, salerait-, erea-ni of iartar, extract of coffee.
Families can b- 1'plii'ril at a trifling advance, on
the original cost of these items cnu'neiated.
B,E. CARR.


B acon, hanims, dried beef, should-
ers, Inacka'tel, codfisli, herring, sardines,
butter, lard, Fi. M beef, rice, corn, hay, oats, bran,
rice flour, point's, oniosa, bologna saiusages, sweet
ol.1 soda cracteers, butter do, stuga do, graham d,,
pilot bread, raisiaim, fruit&c., Scottli ales porter, ale,
cider', vinegar, chVrett wine, asst; preserved fruits,
clhanmpagne wine, choice teae, liqfors, wines, tobac-
co p'pes &c.; vgineral atfuil ul impply of groceries,
provisioits &c.,by Caroline Hall from new York and
bp steamer Carolina hlom Ctarleston. Original
packages at a bberal discount to the trade.
S 3. E. CARR.


BeauM, Ilunis, BeSconL.
"LT' R:CEIVED a nice lot of While Beans,
1 Ilimi, 'icon, L'ril, Bitter, Crackers, Cheese
dried nppl.-s, Vermicelli, &c B. E. CARR.
Auiist fO.

Mland Steel Corn mills Improved,
assorted sizes warranted, also- assorted Coffee
mills,.Waffle Irens Hallow Ware. B. E. CARR.


Di.Maii't of Florida. olliee ijti lie C(tiri IJOlh e-
G. R. Fairbanks. Clerk U. S. Court, office itn
tlt,- Cm (hi I t,.s'.
D 'ipily M ,i,'is/.il. G.-',r4 I- I. ZAi. liml titr, .,ll'e 1
1i Cum IIHouse.
J1.S'IICEi OF 'ill:-; PI.ACE.
R .-i .-'n Pioklaima --M)iice at i lis.-ri-.idl.-.ic. S.iilI
of St 'r, ii ..'i-' llirra:i.ks.
:Gi li, .-;, 'ici N t.tmy laa ;e-,,liim 1 it im-e C(nm,
fI'i;ls'-.
CITY OFFICEs:..
.Jo11n .11 i"')lli,,e, )
Joh P) i';utI, I .
' l Ci .- o A \ l ,I ,- rm 'm an .
Awdrrvl' PI,! 3
Clr.i k ,,1 p i. C Ih- i "'-,,rfi. 5 .1 Di'. 1 M e.,-lie,, iihl''.-.
at heIn Ci,,i',l 1 110111.
Ciii/ .11 irsh. ,1a ,1d Cle, .', ./ the 1 M t, -.'t i.-a'i -I
-Neclig',-m

I1. R. \ ,d, .'.a, :'-, l ". C- !l.in ,;>Ih. y3 .
Mh: CI' i' \N'l'3.
.4 1 ,T '.- ,i, 'm Dr !l,'i uz- .aid ,p'..' o .'l. a-t. i,'V ru' -
(G I.. '.,:he, ,,I .1 ( ,,,_=,. :,,.Il |']:uo .,i e l e q ht'l ii i-
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S VAN .tIAH A.ND FLOIIIDA. i Bushiies Directory.
For Palktlkan. EF., Magnolia Hotel. On St. Gorge Street, north oi '
Touching at Darien, Brunswicki, St. Jitry's the Public Square and one door north.of the Metho-
Jacksoncille, Hliddleburg, (Black dist Church .
Creek) and-Pic.l, t:e. Florida-House. On Treasury Lane, North of
,, the Public Square.,
ImkTsI ne"w Pl'and speri0r steam City Hotel. Od Charlotte and Bay Street, a few
Slckets St JOHNS, ca'p.TJames doors -outh East of the Publie Square.
& 9L.l'reeborn, and 117M. \STON, I'lanlcrs Hotel. On Charltte Streetand Trcas-
Capt. 1'; ,iT-t .sli i t, will leave Savatmah for al,t ury Lian,, north nf the Public Square,anvexed, toie i
above liace as il,,s: TIle St. -Joihns on .Ficrida [louse.
Thrirsdy ,, 1111it :151h inst at 10 ,,'c!o-k, nit DING ILTS
-,, -,-)BoAR-D[NG -_iIOULT .
Vm. Gisftonoun Tuesday morning,, 0th inst., at -
1(01 o'telock, alfwill ch.miiailme to leave-at thie same jlgri Fli/o. On St. G,..ore StreetI, a few duors
....r every unTlr.zsd;ty am-il lTulsliihy hlyPhanfther- Soutii oft lie Courtl ltor4 anat Public Squime-.
the laler boat carrying the U. S. MA ,!. G.t .V Poly.' On lay sirei:t, corner of-Boy, na i
freight or passage, having liain Isrite sinie room Garden Ln -m'. i
n.-c',nmiiiilaii .1 n>ppl)' on l o ii l or mo -I C 'O "S 5
II [0 411 \', A ,'"ii il 'i, v in, D ct: F. JFe 1B[1I V.E & (CANOVA, \gtin .I,,cks,>t.ill' on Bridgte Street.
iD Te St. J'hIII will gho t, St. .\,m._.u~tme Duci.Jh, E. Peck. Oihce on St.' G'.aoge Street,
eve -4Il itlip, cu'u-iei-mmlg iletiig av'am .'h., a ahleow xoor North oftl,- Court House'.
on the 29thlinst.- .,') 7 .)R[ t;(.;IST. '. .

t'iaantoir le'i!o:n'i Great Iorl. MrIt PC.Zy.istrs COleafist anl Druggest,'hai lotite
"THIRTY YEARS VIEW." Street. -
AGENTS WANTED-IN tACnt COUNTY. fA W'vY 1. fit
A':ISFAT".ORY ---'In,. as to relia- E. aouIAll. C-insellor at La:w--1,l,1'c- on A'r-
IS bii',y tq'quiired, aid sliould accoinpuiiy applica 1llecr Lane.
ti0s.. 13. A. I'uinamn. AItIrnr'o alt, Coitmiicelir
W e shill be ,l. ",- .1 ,o receive subscriptions by at 1iaw, oliic'e, 'lcI t sitr.l. 1
mail, ,,,l ; enter e tame so received in ,II ,.- ,, ,. i. Farb.,,,,s Atomn,.) amd Coun i-,-lir :
ar ,., i. r uponI our sahsc;ipilou -lisl lR'.-,.',i,,.-, Law- '.fficein thd--Cur ivt House. : t
i l\ n v.'mi rhe coulf ry will .- ,-11ly l14.i )li!,i,, tle ileli- I
very -.' ii ,ail..y li'. ii' us tihe name ot sonie one Piir r hICOFFCE'S '
in1ti e I. :,i ..t T w.n, -wi o willh.. -,, i- i ii for i. ii It-
'To lh, *.,- se ne by iI:hil enclose to us iy W .3' citt i t li,.a. ,l.:,i wrunIle AVi'drl,.l,. I ,)?I M :>i-tti r, tf.
asc i'*i i lj,- l ..l. .I ", -. l lr,,i e L"i riI 1le ill i, Z, C li hl lilt -1.
'Ill' -'.. 1; 'Iil I' so' I ', '.l i,. vi ., lV iit-ic ij. iiai, .q ,'f111 Generatl's 1'irr .Jiolhi \V h.ilit S,,r"
E .1, ''V i. a ,' i ,],R I, ,,i ,-|I--:|ht,. I t iix. rev (m ri' al. om I i-jiim ,' sita el, .',)r ,l .\im llh-'y
tending to ilie -... I ilie adlininiislraioun of -reu,-r.- L:1-1.miai i. l spiiul Sir.'et.
aIl Jacksoonioniining.dhioui 70( double coluni ro .I L.,o l ,lifrire.--.. 1 .l. I. t'iItegiti,-i f Plulil.
8vo. !t -" and sup"i-lbly engl:laved-p6rltrait of Setan i 1L:1in I, -ollc,. in i lie Cim i I ,ui.-e.
For ienton prit 5 2 0), ',%ll 'e rea about i, Franius P !"rneima. Ilectir, olflce i, ComUll
2)itlm of .,\1abil. kG
JOIIN \I COOPER & CO", Savannah, iae ojaie ,, I a u a ae
--25 General Ageuts lor (..-utgia and Florid i i iJg ,f 'ole ( l if)' u,.,, o c



71R-,NS RDICINE 2, PERF0TMR &-e
NOa 2 V'. I -

directvly in the rear of the ASTOR O11017;, one.
door from B'-ir,.1 I Street, and one
S.block fi~O BtIoiT 1- va f." ,,e',Ir olf Cltofs ./i Jame A. Mi ',.'r.
NEWr-yuKt. I IT. ),'onsh1. Til- 1-S.- Ci, Ih.,,, Nl Ui a :


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ii uF I i ir, y ,
an.1I 1 Trea;sury Iane. Ered, ilmmsom
BPur"utights tCarr. "VWholearIle aind m i4tail, dealherC V Faber,
of lir.it quality Family (roeeries of u!a kit,1, Li- John PYtlvIerIlono,
q'iors .ke No., 2ast side Charlotte- Street, North hee a Svdgivi cl,
Sthe Publ ,i' srtiare. Stacy ollis,
G(eouge PBurt. I aler in Stap!e an 1 Fiinicy D ry Stay B .oi.-a,
goods, \Vest ide ,)f Charlotte sireot, a- few doors J.oh IV S' t,
SJOlian Wa ls'voial
South off'l're,;3ury Laiae. '
Seth .1L. ITWakea,anu. ViuiluIshe atdtl Retiail dealer Gu (I tili
o[Dryco <-* i -qu t1, i Gouv 'M Wilkinsa
l Diry Coodsai.l CGrocerit-s.'t;t 'm rman's mnew stores, John V L Prrnu
it front o *ihe Iaimni-tt. "- ri Wi "te
Fraii's Dridier. Dealer i Groceries &c.,ground Charles El '
floor of ihe Ci;v Ihnt- ..ha r tg
Miisses S. k N. Pi,,(hani. Dealers in Fancy John l .1 Sg',
Gbods, &"e oppiite the Pluitcrs loftl. n otLa: ; al'erJoy, '
std-e -Clhurlutte street. l l,
N. Rogero Dealer in Grot series, Provisions, &c. .. JOSE
corner of Cuna anid St. George street. I"SAAC Antl vT, t
F. 1. Q9-incy. Walclh maker anitI Jeweler, on illicit B!.urr, C
George street. nearly opposite otice of D)r. Peck. G I. '. FItIKrANIiS
Those. Neltsn-. hetaile-r of Boots, Shoes, Caps, q I Pith.
llatsanil Dry Goods, east side of Ch:iriitee street, -. --
corner of Charlotte street anld 'T'reasury LIane. '| I t 5
Laivrence Aidlrea. Tailor, Clharlotte s:itreet, ia !ul it '
north room jiriiaagthe Post Office.
Jolhn Usinrt. Boot atmaker, Cliarloice strliee near 1 I 'rr,
the City Hotel. ,, 1.. a qr s tle
Miidael Nelligan --Cabin'et Maket, Chlmtavl, in 'asti-'Florlda. to
street, opposite M.mg1iuhlia Retreat'. 80&r acresvahltain
Ba,'tolo Oliveros. 3lack ISmiui and Gun Siili, ing'on, knbW'n ast
near the Ndith Gate of the City. 1 lo :Icres ma-a"
thie Garey Grant.
Boiling Iley. Liqnors and Refreshmnteils, by 11400 acres in Sa
S. Miranda, Magnolia Retreat. tansville, known a:
Philip-Gome. Retailer of Liquors, Itefreshme-nlts, Several th)usand
&e., Charlotte street, opposite Bridier's Bowiing d'ondo Grant.
Alley. 7000 acres on I.
Aly gustine,kuown as t
STAGE OFFICE. acres ofropei land
And several other
Office of i ie Picolata Muald Sage. Bridier's City nvdale walerst
(to te. naviable '.wamers.-
"'ei. The title are -n

CIJURCIIKS. '. 23, 18.2
Romann Ctthulic Church. North siale Monnien


square. .
Episcopal C'hfirch. Southi aide Monumenisqire
Presbyteriita Churck. On St. George treee, '
South of the square.
' .lL/ethotist Eji.cnpal CmChreh. St. George street,
near the Magnolia House

r.im.wS OF COURT, EASTERN CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA.
SPRFNG TERM.
For the Co inties ofOrangeand St. Leie-, at M,!
onville, on the lirst Tuesday in Apriit in eachland
every year.
For the County or Sumpter, at Adamsville, on tihe
second Monday in April in each and every year.
For the county ofPutnam, at Pilatka,third Tuesday
in April,in each and every year.
For thie county of \t'rioni,adi Ooala,f6urth ftonday
of April. ;
For tlie county of Alaehua at Newonanville,
arst Monaziy in May .
Fr thie county of Colurnbia,at; lligntor, o6Vthe
eccnd Monday of .la,.
t'or thei couity 6ofNassaa;at Nassau C. II on tihe
WeJdmaday before the foudrtl A II JLay i i M%/.
For the county of Daval, at Jacksonville, on the
:fourtllh Mondiy of May. -.
For thie c',untv of St. Jimn's, at St. Augustine on
the second Monday in June.
FALL TEAM.
For the crun:ies -of Ormdig'e andl St. Lucie, third
ruesdny. before itie first Mtonday in Navemnbier,
(which for the year 1853, will be the 18ilh Octoberp
.*or the county of Putnnm, on th'linst Tuesday
before the 1st, Monday in November (which for the
year 1853, will be Isa of November.. -.- .
For the coputy aua.G pfltr,.< the fourth Wedn.es
dat in November, (which for the year ,'1853, will be
tue 23 NoveMqber,


1; i1


%A Il U It's
Jo lu-p tr il'rmr,
S-: i1c G l'rmi.-cu>t9
hlenry \VfUlls, "
\Win Aloore, '.
Zebedee Cook,
Joita MIlIur,-
David .A (;o,>Mt.u:, "-
Itoberi Slauy'lr,
Jamtes CI.am ,,imaa u .. r
Joseplm TI' ;-k -111ai,. -
M o s e s 13 (.* 'ri am .ll, 'lh
Mill J Butik.r,
l.'Iget IDutilI.a
Frniicis S Li tlifop$,
J 0 TLhatLchcer,
B. GCOLI.1NS, Pre)-idd.,t.


Siocruire v
?ouhsetlor;'' "
s, Ageitin S'.. Aliguatine Fla.

U, ._ -l..N:, ,"
4- -I' .:

'a ir ja "o uil f: ; Sale., -:.
r an5 V\ent-oldti.. severamts q,wt,*x-
e *1 1 im ) a wit:
Il- hirmmtIock land, WVestof Fiem-
lie Gi!)bs L,uIi ji 'IAn Iit,'l Co., .
rlIe Alachua Savanuia, kuown am

in Feiasco Iatniimoclc near New-
s the La:wontto Lands.
A acresgood and in' th, Arre-

Irtlifilx River, South- of St; Ali-
lie BUlow Plantiatiou havnmii 8IJ -
I stable fi' cane tn.t cotton .
r bodies -' Itaniitock laud o

loai)ibted n.lI terns low- Apply
GEO. I. FAItIIBVNINKS,-
8t. Auigustiui ', Floriida.

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.mid do'0; ie
m'ir, OhInoy- limv .
'pieil; mint I hrfltFr,


do do of U.m'mld re .
ling bout l, dj pri.:i r, do re
bolls arilt>n-tic, slate#, lea 1 pencils, ink, letter pajrl .
valfers, i'iilli, steel pcns, note paper, toy books tv..
B. 1. CARlIC-
Macelm 261li, 1853.


Perfn:mmery, &c.
%\Y Ruin, Barry'.'-Trie,.)iero4, Ox narrow,
4 C ci-tamI of lilies, bears oil, ni'eissar oil, extra'-
geranam colohgie assorted, p1liim aind faucy bottles.
unimillu soap|, it3t s iamll, I h ey soaj), castile soatl.j
military so:ip, v .riegated washl ball-, snoap in cakes .,
andl fancy bjx,-s, porte anmo'IieS, note paper, lancy
envelopes &e., in.lia rubber balls, racer hoops, bat-'t
tledores, pearl powders, puff., court plaster, nail
brushes, hair und cloth brushes, English and An;er' -
cau toothlbrushes, ivory line co.am't, da. an.[ buflai*& .
dressiig combs, just reueivled by B. E. CARR. "
,. ",';..w.z

O lacking Varnish, Ac.--=Mason. $pey "
Sblacking, Masons iht.e Varnih, lIarnma^flrfed-
nislh, R[tubber blacking, Fish ODitN-ato "fol Of's-t0 --9
retail .W,
TO LE T..

rpHE TEN PN AL44 HIAWAf
JL BLE, fixtures e-, f .th-Maoseo.',r--#-
T-REAT; alsao the Hodiffse-i f-i in''
repair. [Nlty 13---fj- :B.- .

csofic Klan*t6riSM^ e ^irh 'aft Il^ ,'
Salso Wlit6e 1ha4nwh0ea,3ltoringpiaxime .'M
um,Coppe6.;lQe,&e.' ,, -:.
April SO3th, [53. 3 : K. C..AR R, .
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*lIlfti~ w i -<' ,;mm ;im d utimm-tain s'a
I-al est'lae mum Iimi eay an. ilruooklyn, andil stmiar
m'; tate ai d C'iy o NIw York aid LUlilej
Situle" Govet iaiumu-mt
'lii, i'aaad is rmipilly ]ii rer'sinig by a wid-ly ext-'m .
,'d i li* i I-l ] r,'i. > ] ml)i :le.-.s
'l'i,. Coim paity d"h'i:mr,-d mm ivi.l .'i i > t .i ae 't|-
ty- O pl ,''.-r i' 'm all 0.'xi1mii lrii, ii, um ilt 314L
u .J;IliiN y3, I .... i
.111 I1w l'rolil.s flit! tl4ll'ed,1.
Tlhie pr-:miimtsare payable am ca-!i :m)nni;i||s. sn-
.Jhm tiually, or I. miri-ily, iitlt ilt Ibellig added ou ltie
dlhf';rred pIa \'-,tis.
'Ie'l a u -li priicipil.: .li)peI by this Coimia)ny Se-
'tires tI tile' 'riia-s I'or whasrt- l iu eit t tild it 'urill mirlles
;iPta' e te', -i ilIe w,,h l'- dl' tie al m' :Ziaian es : wilhomoa
,i!bi'j'etingt i hmll t tha heavy drawback .f| actciinu-
lite!l lprtiemimn nulnt's.
P,'rsatu.silmt etl'ee ll m-'l:;lnc- on lh-ir uwn lvts
imilm hl1-lives uf others. A ,imrti'ed W,,uimh 'ih-ifu -:.
cum. ih litf oh l, 'r i-as'j:aiu I, lb.n' ii, of ,i lia
secured Iy l-., w u'r r' ti'd- exclusI c u.e ai f lier*l'fus' chit-
dl l'rill. -"" -
( 'J,.2vmz 'it ii :t.-l ;ill 'il -r,' i'-,'lI. 'nh.i',tt tip -.-u.
.I ti's ar''..- -,'i-il' i\ i,. .. re, ;1mii% ll lmh'n eltm a,etala a..r..
-.o0lir'e whli'.'1y lhir Whm eiriei g tiiummilts lalr)'li-
11.1.1 ln :X ,,r f\ th,'p i e e ot pu. it
l'.aiat~llalt'is '.-ll'ula*l*~ t ofr te lmIm pm'imriciltrs of' m nitialu (
lh il'' [.itlr'i;i,_'', ,ni\l illii 'liri m 1' ils nl vuit:i.; 9es, wi\th
1,1t lit o1 ult'all,"'.'iti), iny' li'.' Lm tulatuild na a Ile ollie,' ,.-i
111 { Cu. hila:hy I. '15 I\V lIl -I tr ulf 3'ny uf ilt a.t 1tih.
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For the county of St John's, ea the first al Moi.day
in Novnumbo (;.hichl for the year 1S53. will be t'.,
7thli November. .
For the! county of Na.?ag, Tliursdn'y before the
thiid rnn,.lay in Nov-mber, (say for 16&3, the 17th
November.
For ihe county of Drnval, on ithe 3f1ondany in No-
eieilier, wlhicla alr I8I53, will I'e thte'21st Sovtmbcr.
For tI. cotumnty of Mnrion, onthe 1stNl Mundav in
D, e' imber, (sny lor 1.953, the 5ti Decemiber.
For ihe county ,if Aia.hun,on thie 2d MMondnay in
Dic-t.-,imbur, (-snyl2th Dtembuher in thie year 18 3
For the county of 'ohtimnlain. on tile 3d AMondny
1r Dec timber, !.which for 1'43, will be the- 19th De-
ceimlber.

CIIItI L-.SrO.N AND FLORIDDA
U. S .ii.I srt11fA liailts.
CAROLINHA ANDL FLORID
'Th7roulh to i'ulata iu n1 lu 30 liors.
'l'lme CA.II0I,1N A %il
l__.___e ( 1 v 1- II AA R 'L S 'T e v ry
'miur, hty,nit 3 P. M.LII,'-
": llll'fi tlllmg, willle-iC P.\ \%T -
K.A ':very m.ii -iv. ; .\ 31 ,r P'! : 1. \TA.\, IU A .Ni ,
nai .1 \i1K ()N VI ,I I, : i '1 'sti In [ i, o ,4.-k. A. AM .
Th''lie l-I.', ) Ill) \ ,H l le:mve' C[I'.Vl1.':S'I')N e'. t'y
TI'rilnv, nat : P. Al. Itemii'i-iilg. %Ill Inve PA
L.A'I'KA t.%viy 'l'lt rrsl i,, il 7 AX I PI'C L, \T.,
It) t,'c-l, k. \. l ; A ..\ -'KS'.1N VILL ';, l"-i, l;iy, -I
el.., It, A .. '\l.
'l'ies' Si?:ea tI r' C 'ti i.' ti wihm al l ihle iuiti'ri.,r
a ,;9.s _,I" "a-ti I'll,,, ,la'li a ia-l t'u i lrl' l I,,I' \\'-Ii" Waitt
i ', .111t' Riliro~ads, Hildtt
flel t 'f il tgitiii ll',I ,ars. .... .
P tliU L2P fll' It lC jill 1 ,i h /-h a 4'ili51illf t$ --
1,-,lAu t11 ,1 J I'ui ',i $. I t11.1
l-' a, l 't-tter p ,rticeuluti alll iii
J. l tC \II \ E 1.I,. it 1 ,-rl,- l,)'.
[!El.L .r; II I SS .' & l .;(J \.\, .I lc!. ,iiv-.
It. iZ: 1R 1IID l ;,l',il.:n I b 11;


VI-V' C^sm&?CEU^eICcsaS.-
Sp II., StI ,.V I \ \GSC 'CAR. now discharging
five days from NewYork. The usual variety
with a In-large assortmilent of Groceries. Crockery
Iarhdware, B'ooloi and Shoes, WrVodware '1',iw-,'-.,
having hctn p.1im-,i i I directly by the Subscr'iber,
they wiilbe disposed of at a trifling dvan ce in oi- '
ginul pniakages-or retail. Emi imili-. purchlasituf stp-
plies in qutantities can be :icc',ia'o hlieJ ;at ihae low--
est trade prics-T offer,
10 Ba'gs Coffee, 5 [hids, suga:ir, 5 BY',1. M .l'is-s,
S 0 131 B l3s, kiln di'd t gar. B,'i-s 1311 Sug-ar,
25 boxes Canily, 10 de"t;s Ten. .I xi-e Cmh:colate
15 bbls Pilot iBread. Itl ib!.s sodi'.i r'nel;rs,I it [bis
Uttei Crackers, 10 sacks Salt, l TiercecoItiishi, I5
bi) v 1s II, r, iti, 20 boxes Starchl, 10 boxes Tobacco,
I [lltI l, :f '1-Tobacco, 5 ceroons Cuba Tobacco, 10,-
I.J 7 1:"1" tjI 4,17 SI'l <-'-e;-:'- line (Cu, 'luTo.bac ,.
A !-o. '" ;;1. hi,.-: I AI'I,'--s. 1- I',_xes Leinon Svr-
pl. 3 tu'e; t C.i3p. 1; b.': Mu -\u.'ar.l, l bbl dried
Curants, 4 boxes Citron 6 cases ass't Preserves. 4
cases Oives, 4 cases Cas i., cases Brandy Fruit,
35 ca ,('s R isins, 4 1,1. .Viii,-., Ii 4 bbls Coco Nuts,
4 bbhs Pecan Nuis, 4 '1,-1 [i .'.i Nuts,G6 Cazes sweet
>;I l..t-.- .-.i)- i.....t tI 4.'.,L.. ,, t1 mat Dates, 15 boxes
\. I., ... .. ^ li ti.-i ,.' ireast Piowders,
I cask $lh6uld-rs I, cnsk ila!->.. bbl t'ongues, \
bbl dried Beef 10 bbis Lard, 15 boxes Cheese,
Aklso, 5) !roxes Soap. 30 boxes Canlles, 151" -ljb
Oil1, 5(1 kegs XWhileLeal, .50 kegs Nils, 2 bbsTr-
peiItinel2 Ililis Burning, 'l'ui,1 5 bbIs Tar, 5 l s) is
Pitch 10 'bales O;knum, 6 coils lopi)', 8 coils B."l
Coirds, '25 doz Fislh Lines, 30 doz asis't FishI looks,
50 Gr'.s mfches,:. .
AI'4o, 25 Bal!es f[Iay, 403 doz 'rooms, 12 doz
Axe [Handles, 4 doz m its 6 nests'['ul)s 14 doz Pails,
4 doz Wash Boardis, 6 Goo-; lacking, 6 doz \V
W lirus'ies, 6 coii ope. 4 di,,z [.Itair Broomau ,
A5--, 2 casks Sherry Wine, 2 casks BMan.ly 2
casks Port Wine, 15 doz Cli_ \\'ie.', 10 -Baskte's
1leidsick Clartipagne, t10 cases "or]ialh, 10 bb's N-
E Minm, 1 I)bls .laimica Hum, 25 bbls Gin, 20 )lu11A
W Ii:'. y, 15 li!ts V;negir, 3 bits Atneiican B,-in ly.
10 ease Arominatic Schnnpps, 15 casks Ale, 10 c:"k"
Porter, 2 bbs Cider, 40 doz congress VWater.
The artiel,'s enumerated atire now ready-and eve'y
ataew'I. '.'ili be- pni:l to give satisftiiomi. The sub-
scriber will be thaunkIl for a measure of patronage.
B.L. CAIRR.
Oct. 22, 18153. -


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