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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I-s----,: THEAKSEMTein 1!:SPEECH; 0F D.... E.. C9 CABESX\ i'the entire Southern!Whig party,with respectable But I desire to say' .a few words on the subject The WhIp of every Southern States have,
torthera .National Whip, be of of first with almost
I i I portion of\ the action tb9 Whig caucus. entire unanimity* declared that
::1 I.[ I'VJaLI..ZZD'WBIKlTi;' ., OFON PL@ZNHi. eoceriagly escfo inns"'1VelItka toouldbeaplat.* Sir,the resolution,ol that caucus was honestly they wll rapport D maD for use Presidency

g EVERY SATURDAY k :,.. POLITICAL PAa1.1E8-.Wmq collou81. ',omf Perbapsathe .ambition of.the honor*- ado ted }and I believe, thtf great mass of the who .' not publicly add unequivocally.commuted -
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1 OJ 91gy. SIGNAL CADC. f THKPIlESrDEKCY.Tfa9 bid Senator is n$) laujpsr ''Imittd torn 8b1J&- Whig party North as well aa South, rejoiced to the maintenance of I Ial mpromlae,

aszUvzsrci'l t I 'ix The_ &, t.fite,8 A;eMaps auto adoption. It.was e:rsaolutioa. > a1a1 aod'aJl..a vpwed + draeaBt.. Ira... c ..
__ f the' PPt Il'"ft e.I."fhe % Bcott refuse* pertlnacknirir to D'h'Ythb'' '
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.rt'" ', will. .Iba iaserted At On rtQ' the North a.00Seward\ and ora l M parry,, and party Teen, ,every .YO".f and'I hate yet toljearcf.the State

Hocm being in ;|ho Coramlitoe of the his Free-Soil Xnossto. Mif? .bOl,votes he where, where not so thoroughly consmU convention,or town or county-K CUDJ tt&Ieb ( \ "
,
Dou.Aa pet.rr of 11 Let or wider, for ilea,fret elect eneral Ocott and whomsoever ted to Freo&i1i1m that here was na retr tf baa expressed 1
Whole 06 the stale of,the Union-oa the.fodiaa hopes to Q| a preference for him whir the
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,: BseittoB .sad 8m TY-Frn Can for :each aabser Appropriation Bill- theanti-slavery.lnfueaees;in the Whig party were rallying to ita support. I have no dovbl sftigto exception of Delaware,which has.note ;: .

quest IcasrtloR. Adotactioa win be nude for -DO II r. CABELL of Florida,a&id. : may select as fte Vice Presidential; candidate. it would have become the ttt&d policy of the at the lame time, expressly reptidfated the '

l cieef InMrt d for dx mouttui.CT Mr. CILUXMXZ: I availed myself of the His not,of, course' ray purpose to reply to party had not certain Southern politician! compromise or pawed Itovetrin-silence i !:'

I, All adrertiMrmcstc mast be paid for before leisure afforded by the {adjournment of Con the North speeches Caroliria.' of the I only honorable'desire to Senator call the from.at the tailed earnest to stand entreaties firmly or by demands it, and 0 fielded to We have the right to claim the Ififtdeifc t/ ".1

1aNnloa,.hr a lepdar eostomer. Bjrrefrr- gross last week to 'make notes'of the thoughts the name of our candidate. This General
that he was Scott
the tact
t tention of this country to mea to abandon it, or at least to pass it by.in ?
flag tc ocr'terms, the requisite com may be ;aseer* suggested; by a consideration of the questions one of the authors and builders.of that political silence. refuses, but suffers himself to be used by'tree1i :

Ulaed involved in the coming presidential ,election. and which Boilers, aDd'bl.. great nama,te be prostituted .
. MA UtaBmStteil with the ftdrenbemeat. platform' which I now stand, The,1Dt1 promIse men of the North generally ,
IT Adrenbeotenu not marked with the num They are very iumerous affording materials he now sett to bring Into ridicule and con entertained vindictive feeling for Mr. to tbe unworthy purpose of promoting tho .or
for half dozen which I do schemes of '
a speeches Abolltionistsv
not pros But before I proceed tote consider Filimore because he had exerted his The vilest and most
tr of laerrUoni required, will be conttaaed until to inflict the Hotmi Your kindness tempt. personal unscrupulous and
pose upon trill uncompromising enemies of F
ation of other important questions anc official influence to their
prevent
Jttore proposed
, forbid,tad.dttrged fcr. in the floor the constitutional .
assigning.roe on an
adjournment rights of the
South
. of are the
tothis
merely say, f hat prior repudiation of the constitutional rights of the
outrage
Holies Debtors and Creditor 00 has enabled me partially to methodize of warmest
to some
; 07 and it would have supporters vf General Scott.
his former ptf tier platform* South and maintained a policy in no way sectional
; AppUettiott forLeUenof AdmuitUmUoB, 5 00 these notes as hour many as I supposed 1 could I excited our iIe that bo should have sought to but essential to the preservation of Northern Whigs wore fast coming up to tbd _
.
.: IT Allrelijiou notices will be inserted gntuitotttf. compress in an speech disparage the two*men of the North most the Union. They declared that they would maintenance of the compromise and as I have I
and
time is limited the whichI
to
Hy points. prominent in advocating his policy and upholding not vote for him or fur any one publicly com before said,the p rty would soon have rallied
' wish to speak many and as I do not Intendto bis; platform. He spoke of the pretensions mitted to the policy of his Administration, to the support of the policy of tbe present na ; ;
; CT All bills for Job Pristbe, mast .be paid oa say anything demanding a personal.ezpla* tional
fourteen Administration if General
of toe one, whom the Whig of while the South had generally declared thatit Scott's ambi
then dcUrerjr of the woriuO" .I' nation from any member of the House I trust for tion bad
controlled his
Southern Strifes.have united, in nominating would support none faired a candidate. bot1er"j dgmeor. I
:'f} All letters aibasae0ud coouavnie Uoas I may be allowed to proceed without interrup of a will not say his patriotism. Sir it
' ; the Presidency as 'the.development premature There have been found Southern men who tea >nation*'
: ;nut be TOST TOO 19 iteove ttesuon.AIT I tlon. 'aaft absurd ambition.' Of the otter are willing to yield to anti-slavery influence. at calamity that this distinguished General,who .

'._ I _Political forties are organized for the purposeof he says.*l should of sea tints have felt willingto .and to sacrifice a man like Mr.Piilmorcr has done so much to endear him to his coun

..e state la Sdltl0a. t insure carrying the adoption into effect of political political prixtiple*and In to Tote ioir him with a great deai of pleasure" who has so nobly done his duty to the whole trymen*and to entitle- him n__ to-- Claim nnnn-r-- them '1!

Boa rcEaUsjj i e tile ul measures. What bill caused the Senator to change his country,tor the candidate of the anti-com ro, gratitude should ban permitted his namo to

lice of ,tile City .i sa. Aa wrtlac.I this themselves country under men the have banner generally of the* arrayed "feeling for Mr. Webs or, he does not state.- miss men and FreqSoiierv. Sir Mr. Fillraorefr Bo seized and,used by Howard and his North- "-.:

/* it triciatd lg tie JU yer 'CM! tf Whig or Possibly the publication ot his admlrablefletter policy we know,is in opposition to the era and Southern coadjutors to keep alive sec
as
fie t fig_/ fit Aeti, lltat if snjr person or Democratic other of these party, they would supposed conform one or the l to lb.Tavenner of the 10th of April, in general sentiment of tho Northern people yet, lions agitation.and to give new life to the ,

prrtooe ihmll COIIJDiI or ante to be committed,or their parties ;nx..-.. which ho sully uoequiocallYlodonea the entire as I have said, the party was.generally coming Free-Soil and Abolition factions which but

i.y be eoncrtned in committing, trecptts open Candidates nearly to for office views govenmental policy.bv series of 'compromise measures' may up to its supports> but when Northern gentlemen for the strength of to name,,would have sunk. I
presented
are usually
any .lot,garden, grove or plantation within the city the have presented an unpleasant contrast to the saw,that Southern men were giving way intainsJniflcaace. .j
each and dvovedadvocattt
ol tit. Amcttstine, or upon any fruit trees,shrubbery partr of as the representatives unptgLrioiic electioneering silence of General to the Northern sectional sentiment,they could "With jradlocfc ort his lips sad'bas
recognized principle of the ttffoci*
plants,Tines or vegetables growing la any such lot, parrty could
scut not sus.ain themselves They DOt on
; pies in Seward breaches I
(troVa,,grrreor pltntttion, or shall be concerned in ,and as inch are entitled to the support of The course which I'have felt it my duty to Northern ground,defend the rights and fight before the the candidate pocket of, he stands '
country
its individual members. But it the
"high
destroying or eanyicg fruit, vegetables may happen '
away any
down
called
or
Ur. Chairman, has upon the battles of the South when Southern men law"
pursue er party-of men who boast of
sung o| value growing therein web person .r p rsoas that one party presents a candidate w use abuse their read lr
unmeasured vituperative aband "aid and comfort"
> fif free) eba1Ioa conviction, for each offence opinions are not known, and who refuses to my head the the North oeclJbemaod gave Incas to disregard the Constitution of the\,Un a. _r
ot the Scott1 or I'roe-soil paper of to abolition fanaticism. Sir, I felt lira force ted States
be fine of is and the laws of the land whose
subject to a not exceeding tea dollcrs and avow them or who cppeted to important pol'icy ;
and the
,
the cods of proecetioa; aDd ir aslavebe or she shall prmciples in the creed of the party by which I with few exceptions they are denounced one and have no doubt of the truth of whfet was and principles must destroy that Union
be liable w and I have been bitterly by said some weeks ago by the gentleman from which has derived
to whipping not exceeding tea stripe, and htt nominated; and that the other party pro W-iX so much luster and true
the like cats A&d In every case of convictioa the seats a candidate on a platform more nearly their Southern coadjutors. U was not becaUIGthe New York[Mr. .)oa this subject It glory from his brilliant military achievements

oo oder shall stand committed until the fine or pe_ in accordance with the opinions of the mem ot manner in which spoke ot General I. within my own knowledge, that members How unworthy his
nlty sod ail costs shall have been satisfied and paid. beta of the opposing party, and the avowed ,Scot, for 1 could not well have alluded to him 'I I lof this House have been constrained to withhold I in which hia ambition has placed him I How '

. jEfc it jmrtktr rditi. Thai it tball not bt law advocate of ,*'pnncipkrof, Ttiarmomeirrtathem. 1an kinder or more COIDPUmeDtar11OrmL ADd their votes or to go against the adoptionof 1 his proud spirit must have chafed under the ?!

fat tofany merchsBt or sbup-lieei or other person In such a case member clone panewould it is now a matter of deepest regret to me,I i! the compromise. resolutions who were fa- imposition of terms so revolting-to: .a.nature
to keep opa store or dispose df any goods chattels be inconsistent in his that I am constrained by my duty,a a public 1, vorable to them at. the beginning:of the .aes remarkable for unreserved and soldier'

warr tnerchaadiM. on the Sabbath day or barter the not candidate his casting votes mnn,and i disregard of my personal teelings, slon. My opinion is, that had HoxTxas com- like frankness*.
for political *
'4 or dell| the same shall on conviction be fined ia the opponents- to oppose his nomination an4 election, ,so decidedly. i promise resolution been offered in December
NUt of tea dollars for such offence By so doing be would prove himself to be a I expressed Whatever be the +
every togetherwith Fut it wua because myregret i or January, it would have recci-ed the vote may private opinions of
the costs of prosecuting the same, one half of patty man on rswcnrc that he had not publicly given to the_ of a large majority of the Whigs of thisHouse ] General Scott his refusal to make thempvtlia _
wLk-b sold fine shall be paid to the person infarmiinrand It is a leading principlt _my political creedon the oeneiit of tnu L. influence 1 I.. mistaken but this __ leaves him open to mJ.' resentation ...! 1
----- compromise measures i malt oe is my ? n. |- ClUVI
prosecutiag the lame which the Boutbern Whig,party are untied of his name, and because I avowed decided opinion} and for the failure of the there can be D.io bt that those who counselsilence _
lie it fmrjker frdtimtl. That it shall not be law a$ one sum, that 'the compromise measures, iafco1
determination to stand to to practice a fraud cst
up stand the one
unalterable Northern Whig to up to compromise seestion
ful fur potion by himself servant to including the fugitive slave law,,'ought to be my party j
any or agent of the and
man country, hope to
that I had made to support taO I believe Southern profit by that
gentlemen are rests
give,sell or bane r, to any slave.any vinous,spirit adhered to, and carried;Into fait /W ixeatHon,u the pledge commit in sectional strife the fbraeotatioo and continuance .
position
-
the
occupied non who have shown a willingness to
out 01 implicating liquors without an license l saaement in and substance who ponsible i
express principle I
la)" him- of which aril) her the
HI writing from the person having the control of said and whkh I which he bad thought proper to place abandon Mr. Filimore, and other NOnheropatriotaliko necessary cooset t 14
ot the dangerous exciting subjects
qU of thte
silence
share 01 slaves under the penalty of Iwnat,dollars selfVia order to secure antijdavery votes.- him for one who will not publicly oo the part cd tbepresi i- ; i

for each sod every eft'C'DcC',wilb the costs, and the they embrace; That signed by Mr. Clay Mr. I advocate the domestic policy of the present .dentist candidates. Already dower left iQdi- i
It is the universal sentiment of'the ot pUblic/ledge cations of
iIIOnsterball be entitled'to the one half of Aid pe Whigs distinguished men of Administration and who is,for fiat reason the a purpose on the pan of hto Northern i

ashy end if the person persons so offending shall the South that this principle is,and should be both parties, 1 intend sacredly to fulfill it candidate of tho men most inimical to the institutions friends revive and foster slavery agita ,

'. be a licensed shopkeeper his or their said license paramount, rising far above and absorbing tbe Democratic nominee, of whom I now of the South: 'io. Their appeal to the people wall be to J', .'

shall be revoked. I every question of mere party pol icy It may know nothing comes up to its requirements, Mr. Chairman. I think it really to be deplored send men to Congress pledged to carry out ,
The above ordinance will be strictly enforced be described as the cornerstone ot the plat candidate I their sectional treasonable schemes and to t
and no such Whig Is _presented, that the Whig caucus did not adopt the I ,
Passed. in Council Jane, 2lrt 1852. form of principle on which our'pertJ rests. vote for the Democrat.- elect General Scott,'who will not"interfere with
He who refuses and shall unquestionably resolutions of my friends from Kent uk, and .r
P ( ZYL3TRA JLrer. to recogntzo the validity 1M action 0/4 majortty of the people's Representatives '
that lean 'turn
think tt possible ever *
I do not Tennessee. I believe there is less venality and
Attest... lUauu binding force of this principle, is not one f sea. '", What appeals will not be made tottre I
and .
and he who stands this .and is. and Democrat.: My principles. sympathies timidity among the.people than among politicians ;
on platform T7 m.r.- Abolition sentiment of the North in favor of the
1CUL wits the i dig party, but a* a the tao _. 1
JOSEPH HENRY. days !from ; kiauey the advocate of this principle are all "W' and that n Dig masses or norm \ wno
avwt man in a letter to a Virginia frtendalr.
tfta 'B.ltl1'"aore.frOG and expecting always to act with that party, would have sustained their Representatives in
Floor,3000 bush Cora vital the existence of Is
to our political asspcia* Atkinson( declares that be "i.fitDar tf thegradnal
Hay.30 bags Coffee, 10 hhd Sugar, 40 blU I tlon is with us, and 01 us,and ,wAa ever name on general principles and to advocate its recommending and adopting a policy necem- 'emancipation /slaves/"and }
"persuaded
SSKegs tatter, 40 bUt Potatoes, dO blls Apples & measures, I shall vote for a man calling him ry to the peace add quiet ot tho country and ,
he ts entitled it moral
may assume, to our sympathy that u a high obligation of master and
Casks Cheese 100 bags Oats, 6 cub of Baeon 40 in self a Democrat who agrees with me on so ,absolutely essential to the preservation of the .
bits Crackers, 100 kegs Nails 35 boxes Tobacco 3 and support of preference to jont wbo."wear. vital a question if I have no opportunity to integrity cube Whig party. It te very certain, slaveholdins States to employ all meant not 1
lag the livery our and agreeing with with the safety of both colors
,hhds do, 10 bUs Molaasr,50 boxes Soap 3 casks party administrative vote for a Whig. But 1 do not thereby intend sir, that it te only on tAil basis that Southern incompatible "u
Oil,6D boxes Candles 15 baskets Cbaw pat 0e, 10 ; us on questions of were policy, to Join the Democratic party and adopt its Whigs can continue to act with their former meliorate slavery xvts.so' XXZZISIXATIOX!

t boxes Cider,10 chests Tea 10 doa. Brooms, 10 nests differ from ut on Au, and refutes publiclyto principles and heresies. This position was political associates. If Northern Whip cannot But,' say Northern gentleman, 'we took

Tabs,5 boxes Oranges S boxes Lemons 10 casks commit himself and to act with us,but proposes almost universally approved, by the Whigs meet us here; if they are resolved to go on 'General Taylor in '48 without pledges and 1 ,

.Rice 3 Crates, 15 boxes Starch,400 boxes to to agre9 to disagree on a matter of such of the South. 1 will stand to it, and leave is with the slavery agitation and to repeal the now we ask you to take our candidate,Gen

{ March 6th 1S&*. B.E. CARL momentous, consequence.. for'gentlemen whose ambition is not limitedto fugitive slave law the party ought not to be Scott, on the same terms Sir there Je a very
When therefore the of the
at
THE WORLD I I beginning a State,' but is fixed on the Presidency or preserved. I repeat I have more confidences great difference between the North and the
AS IT session declared
PA84E8. I determination
to vote '
,
my Vice Presidency pronounce the compromisetestahianlnig. in the \YMx-pcopla than in the political wire- Souft demanding pledges of each other or of
for mowed Democrat for the
MORRIS sit WILLIS'S. on comaromitt pullers who got up and controlled the last caucus. presidential_ _candidates, on this slavery quw-
Speakership, In preference to, an anU-compromise who stand -the constitutional uon. The South Is in the io Con-
..B Southern men by The bonds which unite the party banbeen minority ,
,.. .JOIJH AL FOK 1653. Whig, or one whose opinions were rights of their section,and run counterto greatly weakened b.the refusal of the area and cannot if it would aggreas on the i .
...t FAMILY NEW&TAPS& vWXJUO.T not knowtt to the public did not cease to be
1RaLtr Northern fanatical cells g,which demands Whigs,in that caucus to express an opinionon ri&btl.or the North, and a feeling of selfrpreservalion ].
tfu: AT TWO Whig, but only proposed to out thepritreipla
nor I ilIA TBAJt. a
carry of them to $o into a presidential election on the compromise; they will be completely requires them to demand some security ;
of my party illustrated' in the admirable I grounds which must encourage agitation and a severed,should the'WAw Qmvention tepudiatt that the majority will hot invade their :
Tea nut mxa o?m administration of
nwsxtns distinguished
WIU.Misroxa our reyhal.of. all the dangerous and exciting questions this policy and Dominate a man who on apoint constitutional rights. We comet idjor you;
ur m run or JUIUXXT axxt. President. And now, alt, the Southern(Whig which we fondly hoped had been settled of order, or delicacy or any other ridic you may injure us. In 1843 we considered ;! ,c
party, and ell fiat is national lathe Northern unmeasured that nature, birth, education interest coxKlTCso
by the last Congress, receive talons has withheld from the public hisopinions
I
Tarn House canal baa Become nnlversa. whig will its consistency,nationality pretext .
now party prove abuse and denunciation from those wbo constitute such amportaDquest1oOl. our candidate to the firm maintenance of the "
,Tatre.ara few fcmiless of ealtivated habitt-[fcttbaae.who ,and patriotism,and carry oat ill principles the great element o f. General Scott's Sir we on cannot "agree to disagree" on tbit9.Qeltioo. constitutional rights of our section,and .jihere- .
\ k to eaUvea and make home most ,
oec the and tho principles of oar excellent Whit Atfraiciatratiao -
other We deem
, \ ,tatie1i-e r and attractive strencth at the North-tectional agitators, It u vital to u*. Without a recognition fore asked no pledget. ? ; none
do
{ place-who net now b11\rilqCO eJect'to .tho Preti from born at.the..South liv- .
the man
: Fr sellers and Abolitionists and from constitutional rights the Union is t'f a ,
It bread we believe wherever the of our .
nut 'Deaoerat'who trill coaaaif'kistts'to '
Jt 1 lieney a fvMdy miserable hacks at 'the South the saHow absurd then te Inc all hs* life among Southern people, with
\ .gold threada of domectla bapptaem cad true moral the fianc of aO Assures few party worthless to expect "
)iretmarai which an wave* 10 thickly into the of and the constitutional columns of whose newspaper show that their I the South to sacrifice these right on tee eii&rtparty whom were alibis afkctiooa, sympathies and !
comPl'OlDile'
stroefer taJ coarser weir of'ear emmtryli iadattry rights editors are ready to sacrifice their principlesand t There o Ito food and su&cient reason i iutareau,and IJmeU t owner cUuee.hun1
ad caeifetie protperkr. The Bone it the of the Southin prcfereoc-to at'Wbig' who isefreidto their country for party success and emolu wny there should be a disagreement be. dyed sUves We did not suppose 'it possible .

aaeaker to the beam*l Als baay nttica la the hoursglvea > ccott Idlleat1meall. op isnotonad ments. These same people would bespatter tween Northern and Southern men on this sub- I. that cit opinions on-sectional_ questions;could ." .1
to hqp lseu and I Ddoc. voeafs of these measures a ltV., me with praise if I would consent to countenance ject The South asks nothing but a recognition be misunderstood and that any man .iroultl '" .

At .New Yecr JVveeat/refla* Gentkmt* te* and la wiltinsto deceive one tsctlcaaof the the schemes of the enemies of the South of its constitutional rights; nothing but have the boldness to attempt to misrepresent ,. ; !

,d w.&H Home Joenul to one of which UU re- Union,and to owe his Domination entirely and the Constitution. I, too, might became what the Constitution sanctions and fwavntie*. them. Of the late lamented President' I bavu I

se41a. ICI'I wok and It is anaar- anti-slarery influences as wilt the the case what they call a national man by betraying And what wo data wider that Constitution the always said, that a better/ and, purer>man.bever t' J
I pmssd.as a.its good taste. with General ttcott should be be nominated of section and by setting myselfup to withhold. lived, nor 003 truer/io bean to the interests .1
the rights my North baa no right .
.' .r..ecw..J for three copies fSor as is note stands before the country. on all occasions as the champtox of the The questions of which i speak have lean of tbe South Ilea.Mood to "horn : 1
.far# .1IM for: 5 aadTwce. Mr.Chairman after tho passage of the'com I sincerely attached,* be :
y CGp yore -alwaya Aorta, I would soon acquire the broadest national frill agitated this country for years. An honorable I was posseste .my
f SabKabers wiAoct delay. Addreca promise acts I veil remember that a Senator reputation. Oa ibis subject have, only to compromise was, with great difficulty entire coofideoce and notwithsUndla the .

i t' MORRIS & WILLIS+ From North Carolina was coospicaous for his say.that censure from these men te my high-I eaixted.. After full dJgftttrion wo made".a set- influences around him, remained,.to the hour ..1

_- "..yfit..!. ICTFahoa street New-Torlu efforts in baildinf the political platform ,ooi eat praise. I am content'to merit and receive I: trm_ which we thought was to te Jteoti unIt of his death,tru*.to the Union the .Constitu-- 4'tJQn
j which I now stand. Be,was then for making and the South But,sir, we now know .
and of ,
of constituents If Northern friends
.ALB i. weeks the approbation my I' and by it,we stand. our
hereby lt.that I will,six the advocacy of and adherence'to these mea that even he was greatly misunderstood and i ,
J." aster date conservative men where. lbaf.lrousd there lit al-
aflr to the Jadgtof Probatq of 8t 'would honest every caonot'mee& us on -
a1DWPtha.' he and
the
'lUlU'a test and signed misrepresented, sorely felt .
Jtor Wa.r Adiakkttntioa, on the Hr.Chairman I indisposed to occupy the UmatxM M,to part country '
feats of Sma FtHk,ktc of sell Gouty eesse4' vote for noenanlor thoPresidenerioreven for time f the House by a defence of the course 1 I am asked why,after the declarations made the effect of the Influences which ere i'
ANN BUBJLBERT. a teat in the Leseltcre$ of his State who did thought tt my duty to pursue on a late occasion in speech of the"Sd'of February 111'unwilling now fear, and therefore the Southern State,
.'A DOt stand on this platform. At that lime per my with one accord demand a pttbUc,.nnequivo.
S eKftBe&ai8S8. 1 when a LUna man ruled it to be but of order to vote tor General Scott. I endeavored 1 '
J.- .. T baps, he wu one of that class of politicans ,or a usurpation of authority, for a Whig then to give my &. In(tho cootie cal declaration from all presidential ;
Clue whom be deacri.'ea aa mea'whoso ambition is dates stronger, if posib,Rin..the easo of 1
',L JJ lUemen caucus,called to "consult on questions of interest of the remarks already made,I have plainly
Ii't",n. J', Bouaqs Ola?, Voaon he1a limited to a Stats.' Now the Senator ridicules: to the party:' to entertain a. proposition indicated other reasons why ho should not be General ScoU' than from others becausq he .:

. "W" 'IJW& and Scotch Ala aac Pur- I,o Wen of '10tl'Odaciolmto OUr platform thisstew Indorse the compromise measures, or for, sustained In the'posiuco he has thought prop- baa presented himself' to the country 'is tuck

t1 .cJ vtfa JUadeita'tfo. SSerry do.1 pricclple.' After speaking cntemptOOtl the Whle members there assembje' to express Urto I assume. But I have a few more words. a questionable shape <[ ;

t. 6iJ' Ctagreaa Water, Cordials Claret\V'1]\ ot those who are bow maintaining the pen*;. their individual ,opinions on these important on this point. (To (c continued.} '': 4.
\\IJ almost I to say _
j & & C \ e.tablUbed by" lisue tod Clay. ,and pealnresI < ) '* *< i iI ik 1Ie 1-- .


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iKobbiaff: the Dead I-Arrt'SI' the A Connecticut 8.'orjr. f NT/iiTY that has been made, and, with the proper feeling of I! Henry Clay on Military :it e.
t Plrales. The following is related as a fact, having I' THE ANCI attachment to old Democratic principles, rather than
actually happened some since in the'I'I I The following extracts which we copy from -
Yrnterdar nod the night before it having yearn men-to ra'ly round our twang Hieltry tree, and to "
i SiDle of Connecticut I r tbe-Southern Democrat a new and
:
been noised abroad that the bodies killed by with"sleeves rolled up"- proroiafsg
ho explosion of the steamer 8t. James hadbeen A man in rather indiffi rent circumstances iII'enter., the political arena, paper established at New Orleans; tho first
robbed and mutilated by a band of rovers surrounded by a large family beiruj entirely standard raised flag unfurled to the breeze, ready .number which we,have received and
on (be Lake, considerable excitement was |hfl put of rneat, bad recourse to the sheepfold of for the fight. whose
consequence. Individuals! and squads of excited his neiiihbcura, 'wealthy fanuer,) for relief._ This is as It should be-it. is, what should make 1tt1In1u the Democrat a tetsre hail with

I men,bearing ot the dread surmise'moved :ibo hbour.having a flock of sheep did not every Democrat rejoice, once,QI sgaia tfrteejhe Democratia .feelings, of sincere,cordiautr ty a ndIeasarelI'

i. from all quarters in the direction jpt the'different -, perceirelihat Jhe had lost any, untill one.of Party'.far.all its strength, inO** a d poauioa, 1 a :cola%>rerin-. g&'e' cause of right a Ida i.
police offices to (learn if such was the ,horrid 1 the finest of tbe/flock,very large and fat was 'CQUAUTT.Or TEDEBAt RIGHTS ATO DUUJOaEr frcat & rolght rthtf awHiterajJand rational
fact. All manner of stories;were old,and Bl! slDg.ee counting: found he bad lost sev I".E8l1T KC&T >U. WOO OTPSS t IM. presenting a'n6bl ;and formidable ,Bidding and coatt apian
.ns they passed from.mouth to mouttl.GfI&Imed eral. unable to account for this extraordU fiance to ,vt .ewmitta>tiller ,- & ,/ ta lawjpaatfe hiclijg for the cos*
_
hew shapes, with new shades of horror. A nary toss, he resolved a few nights after to J. .! -MSTa "')Let evtry Democrat then,be at his post;and etheea'fisea' stitution as it was", and i. tobr not to beat

;!personal inspection of the male corpses showed watch. About midnight he observed an uncommon : ': : t ; USTIN.Ul L t _th, ,82. : determiwition, to defeat and triamph over s aW-and in presenting these extract*, ."

thnt.such of them al bad an on outer garment disturbance among the sheep, caused i party,.wbJci'lf. ': 'ted.will show. the same opposition we respectfully ask whether the sentiment '

had their pockets turned inside out. Counsellor by in t the sudden appearance of a man drepsed :-'DEB. BA.TIc..1IO.. A TJ lf'to .: I to Democratic principle, the same grasping for power of Mr Clay (put for in them) when alive are *
disguise. Curiosity well observe the -
J. M: Wolf, one of the drowned is said to as to a \
haven bad upon him a gold lever watch, andover conduct if the person, as to find him out., in* HD. 4 T" L 10' 'taking more_ where litile has been given the good doctrine with the whigs now he u o
w-en"'huii JJ'tI4'dn1lIl.r'In''banlf bills and Juced,-hinrto he still '. FOR IPR If'.Q :tf T". same. disposition to create monopolies I ,the. ,same spiritof .;, re ask me relyjbr.jnformation.At .. _
other money. Several others who were In the flock there was a ram with which it extravagaace which has heretofore characterized "' this early period of-the Republic k ep.-"

known to have been sitting up at the time seems; the '." '.had 'been in the,habit of conversing ,GEN. ,'FRANKLIN t FIERCE:;: their party ; in abort will, be.the sune.Jirder.clu/9of, log steadily in view the dangers which hag

of the catostropbo,engaged in a game of cards as if he had been tho"actual owner of former Jays,the same'old coons*of 1840. overturned every other free Stale, I believe ftJ"
and consequently with considerable sums, the sheep 'Well, Mr. Ram; says the noc- OF'NgV'11'AMPSHIE. I the field to be ESSJU'.u to the lasting preservation
about them, trero-afterwards'found floating,' turnal oheep stealer,./Vnromo to buy another I, Inspired with such feelings,we may enter qi'r.li ez,that a man devoid J eiril of \
with their pocketets completely rifled. One sheep ,have you any more to sell 1" Upon FOR VICE PEES for the camjwlgtf> ia the fait and perfect belief that atriumphbrilliant and offering no recommendation t. but ,"'

young.lady.with flcbaplet 01 seaweed twinedin which he replied, nil,in person, 'Yes 1 have DENT.- I :anAdecisiv u:}hat of'44 Awaits founded on shi ray'fttf,-should 'n t be nee sa ilected -

her aubernj.hair had several of her fingers sheep to sell.: By this time the owner had WILLIAM R. K,I IV G, the democracy of the, UnioaGCQ. ( ; ; ..tj' to administer thV Gdvernrnbhl 1 be.
splitfrom knuckle to nail. ,She had worn discovered him. to be one of his neighbors. lieve so yet; and I shall consider the- days of'
rings, ant| thQ iufEums bad split het fingers 'What will you take' for that largo, weJher' t* OF ALABAMA. ., Scotland the Everglades b the Commonweal numbered WHXX At UPro-
J ta reduce the swelling of the flesh ja order says the purchaser. "Four dollarsreplied) .' 4 SITS TXIXCOIZM S3TABt4SH0.t s&J'ICCl
>r. Bam. "Thai is vffy/high but 1S AFQRa We,- notice the call o(oar friend.of.tha tiN;.,. ;.
the wore readily to erring from the garnish : --a price, r U" j'/. -. .... ; Clay, at )Lexin: anj'Ky. JiSif T li 8i1MalkJrJ'
gaudathO.yanga! Aoober bad her 'arm torA as you are so good as to wait. for. the pay, I : : 1fn rr r iT "' Ji' d:Scotrt Life j day,page&t .-'.. ;
'
mlehim. '
andgashed, iV.tho} same manner,, that a. think (will ; -.Jt.r warlike proceedings in Florida, daring the late Indian .01\
be M\Vell Mr.sam "coutiriued the honest A1UEr;_ )ME. : ; -" ,
bracelet might pirated from her stiffened sheep hostilities and shall in good time make a more
yet beautiful limp! Another- aye another, hunter, "let u* see hoW many .sheep.' I have full to this call and lay be fore the public some If Indeed,"We have incunel the_,...w ja'1pleasure
showed the marks, Ip her lacerated ears bought of you." Marq: wit. mistakensay" FOR 'CON uiESS. response and it is necessary to cbostue __,? '
whence. the eardrops had been torn withavaricious Air. Ram this makes the fit'Ji ;"and then went interesting facts to relation towthe gallant old Chiefs"operations people with the rod of His vengeance, JL '
baste by the cormorant fiends, toe, on to cast upjho amount of the whole'and A. E. MAXWEDJL.iAXXWrJ in that war=the people of our State,have would humbly prostrate myself before Him. ',1.

peradventure, tugging for the prize And giving Mr./Ram a\polito invitation to call on ..," \ II.I'jl4'I' a very distinct remembrance not only of his marchings and implore His mercy,to visit our fkrored. *$.
shall we name 'n fourth Yea a fourth, had him for his pay, and bidding him good nfeht, FOR and coantermarchings his seasons of "masterly land with WAR. with PESTILENCE, wife* .

been encountered by a monster more impatient the man led the'sheep home while the owner ELECTORS. .' inactively". but of other nice things,, to that connection : FAMINE with ANY SCOURGE other thsd
of spoil, who; to secure from her hand 1 lay laughing at the novelty of the scene, as MCQUEEN: jjciNTosKf/D w7 County.J. MILITARY RULE, or a blind and headiest*
highly gratifiedas if ho had received ,with which wr propose and hope lOon, to gratify enthusiasm. for mere MXUTABY reoe '_. :
two plain gold r ng ,which she was known i ample CARAWAY SMITH of Jefferson, 'N y a. .-
to have :worn bail severed the fingers, flesh' pay for the whole. A few nights afterwards ,MAJ. JESSE CDE, of J.. his admireta.. Henry Clay's speech at JJaUimnre, J.'U4113 I33&* '
and bond ; when he supposed his,neighbor was nearly t" ,- See Aathy'e Life of Clap page S37. v j
!
.. Alarming
what rt of mL tttlm..h the old lied I ,
What more outrage- moro of fiendish caught ram, a
revel was there' perpetrated oh the floating little bag under his neck,and placed a piece -Hasty Exlracls..>s '" The' calumny Tender ot the.Florid* Etpitlliean Scott out for Pierce!-Sta ftUrig at is this ad. *

charnel!, surmise delighting in the horrible, of paper between his horns, on which he wrotein Hon. E. C. CABZLL'S opinion of Otn.:Scott,June, appears to tbe exceedingly wroth,with a Whig in nouncnmont is this. When the whip of ;.
boa.ventured to,declare; but as the charges large letters,"I HAVE COME FOR MY MONET." 12th'18i2. the News? whom, with his characteristic courtesy Washington, a few nights since, wenttoScett,* ;.
"Scott has
are too revolting for'fancy the most gloomy I Under the linehe footed up tbo'wb le,amountof a padlock on his lif ,and.the residence to connradulate him upon his ocm
and satanic, we decline to make a note of five sheep, exactly as his neighbor had principle Seward in his h'iI.,poektt..od stands :, and taste, he styles!'a dog to the manger" because nation he said in the course of bis' pech, ,;/
i I them. done, as before related ; he then took the before the country as the candidate of the'higher law he declines to swallow. the' Whig Presidential.nominee 'Gentlemen-The honor which the'Bttlilmor*' '

It was difficult at first for tho most pliant ram to his neighbor's bouse where he,tied him part)." I 'tall plome and all-.and very rationally. eschews the convention has conferred' upon me over ofjlloustrious

credulity give ear to these stories'when they neat the door and then w nt home. Whenthe "The election of Scott under present circniMtances idea of.confiding to a man of rnrre military capacity, bnt friendly rivalivthe chief K f, '
Z C got afloat, and nothing but ocular proof would :neighbor arose In 'the morning ho was nota !1 would be to continue the Government in j unaccompanied by aught else to recommend him; the. iftrate ol the nation,and tbe secretary of slaw, i
,. i have sufficed. little surprised to find a sheep tied to his the I of civil who are already known la Tamo, was wholly.J'
Tue day after the catastrophe, a suspicious own door;,but it is beyond words to expresshis of the Free Soil party until their fanaticism band.1:I'multifarious, vital concerns our govenunen untnQci ?d, and, v.tU..bct eause
l astonishment when found stroyed the Union. It.will, we opine,be found by the result ,the coming still mEct the .
looking schooner, known to bo manned by bp it was the old greater ffpri|to
: I some nurslings of crime, long marked by the ram, with which l.e had lately been dealing so "It did seem itrange that any honest Sonthrrnman' contest, that so overwhelming miiority of the people mi. o Qir', and lif thetopvt fQt'Jlltl r

officer of the law, had been seen hovering i in- extensively tri mutton, with bis errand on his could'support Scott. As reported in the clew York of these United. States, entertain on this subject win- thatniuchan.. &4 aniirnany. \ r'
the neighbourhood of tha floating'wreck. She forehead, and tho amount of'five sheep accurately Timer 'tar, septimenu of anti-niiliUry-f/wi.. be p'.sWd through before the' voice ofihepeoT

was a fisherman 'we. believe and had made etude out as be bad done a few nights '- + The Edn of the Rtpulican in the same article,has I pie will bo heard in, ratification. Wethtrtitbit ,
t tacks back and forth out of her proper course. before in the person of the ram. Suffice it to HOD. Jas. E. BroomeThe the unmanliness, his false and confiirm the action fifths contention or not, Ij&w.: ;:
I She bad lowered her small ..b, ,and fully sny he 'obtained; the money and tying .it up disingennrons to repeat be satisfiedfor I know that tan choice tyusl felt' :'
I manned/had gone paddling about among too nicely in the bag, and tearing tno paper from Democratic candidate for Governor will address jfully refuted Imputations against Gen. Pierce. It mayb upon Je "ing.rMn..DM worthy ynurun J tJ

I fragments of the wreck. The keen eye of liis horns, set the ram at liberty, who immediately the citizens of this County St. Augustine on, +.with those who tale morals hasDo, particularly and support '. .1 1

Cnpt. Youenes,Chief the Police hud been attracted ; ran borne jingling; his money, as if Thursday the 29ih inst. We have been requested narrow and confining boundaries honorable, to The general Is.right. The people will ftICt."
to her movements for no had known proud of having Accomplished tho object of to give public notice BO' that bOth I I put forth and pertiit. in known and established untruths ratify his nomination but will I let ti Jf cIItnr
her o'wncr1hroult; long years for piratical:' his errand-to the small edification of the parties may. have. will FALL Ural A DEsznvrto KAT-Dar-wat'r'
if let them the evil the end
opportunity to know his position ; so go on ia :*,
I
inclining A "land nnd water rat" was this owner I THEIR COJIJTDERCK ASD SUrFtl&T. i X
eke''rpct of the scooncr and u pet of criminal ..x.ra 1 bring its own corrective ; we promise not to notice l\r'er the crowd bird_ thus got more than liqK
; justice dn.Tlnst'mony a day. Knowing the ( From the'Kentucky Flag.. Appointments of Judge Broome. I I herenft. r.that stale slander. ,..it will be entirely harmloss. bnrllnlnpff for from Wcolt, tnuv jmaacdWebster's overt

character I these men and of their, vessel Interesting to'Delinquents.We Judge Broome the Democratic candidate for Coy- The viper may Meat, but cannot injure, the with the hope, probably or gat'7

''o their movements,did not go unmarked and have never been a Deliver in any of ernor. will address the people at the following places: tile. tag some drops of comfort from bit aac
I the Chief of Police gave orders that they the silly superstitious with which the mindsof At Wakeena, (Marion j Roads,)Jefferson county head. Thegrnnt was slumbci '. The
t should be strictly' watched. Yesterday,flushed some people are troubled,and hence,bravo on Tuesday the 6th July. : 'J'h e 'Georgiall. however, roused,him,uud the godlike ar :'
f with successful booty, and bold .through bad .in the, of At WonticeUo, Thunder;the flch. \ ;_ ed in IbDUrOI1Jlu eullCubUrVfCA Uutho nat\ ";
i previous'Iqamuoity .they _ma4e.fiuilloa: tb .h., never'which the faith have: had'spirito sn ruucb wppingV_ At Madison C, H., on Saturday, the lOlti' ; .. Tins valoaWtf paper appeared oTTtfie I3lh Inst., las breech,than UUecwise. Hewa* lsanstttbtfe. '<"I'ti;
craft and came Into port. Lieutenant Ahcrn during 'the papers ut vrnr; but certain developments io.say At Fort IamiJa. (M.JisoI\.Co uniy4 on Tuesday .new dreg; The'sheet. ,Is considerably enlarged and He simply told them that heir" t

: with select body of police, were tin hand at have recently p token place;. Which' havea I the At 13th Clifton I f the subacripdoaprjcfc! i. reduced from $8 to $G per I glad he budnt been e+ cumlnuied uid h u!In .'.

+Vf their landing, and arrested the entire crew. powerful tendency to induce us.to beltceim* I At Bfllf>lle,Wednesday Hamilton the 14th one annum for the, daily, when paid; ia advance and $2 sleep just soundly-rondo m> ,plji tauss
Tf.o schooner is. called the George Lincoln, County, Thursday the Scott--and ge air hinted that they, had I lfifgn
plicitly in a part of the mystery, at least. per album for the weekly.
,
rand thq four,in number, who are arrested 15th.At 1 which did. A
; men h m v they 'u>wg ut
Fred.Trescn John No one, we presume, believes for a moment, Jasper on Saturday the 16th. The Georgia is a valuable Journal at least vie

are,named Wm. Quail and Charles Swan.; Thompson Tresca that the soul of a man can.be happy, providedhe EAST or-TOK SrWAWfS ; I I have every reason to believe so.from. the large'number personal_ pronoun.-Ealtern-. .......-i;... ,j\1
bas been guilty during life of witholdingfrom
.hnd in his potteasion a pocket book, supposed the Printer his, just dues, or of what is At Alligator on Tuesday the 20th.! '/ of subscribers from this State. '[Fur the Campaign PM/.]-(7in. cn,f. fn flif' ,
tu have boon pirated from one of the floating At Barber's on Thursday the 22J i I letter ncc-pling thin nomn ithin fur the pn .
I I bodies. The,latter (Tresca,) is a .brawny, worse.tlclraudinjj by him out of( his.hard It is as earned much At Nassau Court House en Saturday the 24th. ITT Hon. 8. R. Manor and E. C. Cabell have our dent, is / nil over and thrlJu hnii. No |nu .
thick :. low and all money evading payment. At Jacksonville on Tuesday the 27th.! thanks for valuable documents.
-se -browed bandit to up- public fiiifcn times dot-s ho thus display lit.
thAI
impossible for the soul of,such a man to bo At St.Augustine on Thursday the ')
'29jn.
--- '1bav.i had tho honor-.r mndtlo
; pearance' at ponce with itself as it is for the spirit of At Palatka on Saturday the 3Jsu In.i i the egotism* am
i I" "A mild a mannered man O last number of the Jacksonville R'p,&l- IVtl* 'I lost not a mnenent-Inow huira -.
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the rubber to ,enter the regions of I At.Orange '
high Springs
;. i I Aa ever scuttled, ship or cut a throat." the blessed way,'with .bloodstained garments, on At Ocala on Wednesday on Monday the 4th.the 2dA: ,ult. earn;appears u an Editorial,an article h.aJed "Kee- Pit the_ h nor--* 'l accept-Jihi-refore barel) Wi( .

N. O. Crescent* and the booty of his hundred crimes in his I At Hernahdo Court House on Saturday the 7th. before the People ascribing, to Gen. Pierce language ge l'-'ihat sdouM 1 be "tc.'cted'-l shall be '

f I Anecdote of Dr.,tE JlUnt)3" knapsack. But to the point!! At Remington on Wednesday the 11th. ,on some recent occasion in New Hampshire, reudy,--'/ shouM'Should seek to cud *J&14
w One of subscribers after been At Miccanopy on Thursday the 12th. harmony throughout the whig FIT fnyt
The Doctor our having in reference to the Fugitive Slave law, so wholly
it 1 is said liver
,was no great At Newnansrflle -/
on Saturday the 14th. throughout the great body of the peop'*j
the four
" i of sweet l sounds, and religiously excluded receiving Flag years'without paying At New River dissonant from his oft-uniformly and opealy pro tt'lerale-/
on Monday the 16th. shall neither countenance nor
the flrst thereon, took it fpto' his bead
from his meeting bouse allinstrumental, music copper claimed views that that do hesitate '
time to avoid tbe on subject; N e not shall carrl -'/call offer no other blcdgn-'I
some ago, payment by elop
!, cxrtepi a little imhogahy-color: wooden ing from the, Suite and settling in the "Far Me Queen IMntosh Esqr-i to pronounce the thing' if not sheer whole cloth fabrication have the honor to reman.*
I pi'tchpipe of the size of an J8 mo. book. A VVust.' Soon after bis removal he died; and ,at best,a garbled and.falsifying! presentation of Again-'.V/y nnanimout (Il I nomination
: member of his choir bad learned to the The Democratic
play Candidate
ibr-eltctor, will addresa ./- .
the in that region any sentiments he has relation that couotrJmen'--'MJ bear'My '
'Spirit Rappersbeing expressed in to
bnss viol and his
exhibit
anxious to skill consulted a* to the happiness misery the citizens of this County at St. "up,tiDe,on Thurs- new posillon'fJ'I"re ty='M, count ,
were the other occasion- It
question on specified
early one Sunday morning most or any sJ
I i unadvisedly, of the deceased, in the Eternal-World. The day the 29th inst.. I'Jlfyconnecuon'- views' 'Jtfjf aria 1'herencc''n..elln.
/
i
introduced his fiddle will far reliable and author- '
big into the singing gal require more responsible 'lIg asso iati i|
myself'-J ,
Is the result of tbe
I following ,reported as mattor. -
\ lery. After the first prayer was ended, and carb acne ity, mab baa a yet, heed exhioiled,; to make ns give '.11, obligations." r
: the doctor began to handle his "Watts," the i ,
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the shadoWof credence 1'hslletter ) written J
slander deliberately
Jenkins? to so palpable a as was ;
ban rioter lifted his profanation nnd RltJ'pcr-Jo A Batbacue will be given the
up on Thursday 29th
word and di :
that of'the was .carefully weighed
Spirit.of Jo answers ,by two raps Republican thoroughly convinced 'are
trying his strings instantly attracted the Doctor'e inst. the friends of
bjr Hon. J. E.Bxooxc and McQctTsr it
Jo tile public eye was not prepared -
happy, of its that the
attention. He paused, laid down his R"ppur-\re you we utter ialrity; we hereby'challenge
McIsrosH Esqj.,the Democratic Candidatesfor hasty plate of scup'although the writermt
book-took the Spirit-Not exactly; though only one thing production of fair and the (
hymn his sermon from cushion, any just proof to contrary. .
Governor'and for Electortt have just taken one.I.Anticipattrtgafire. :
Col.
me deep suffering. Humphreys for JL t'
causes
and preceded with his discourse as if singingwas Speak out-and,when you do give ns, not isolated ; font and rtor,'thaa. }
Rapper-And what is that mer residence over the St. &butwlBrfdge.-A .
dismissed no part the of congregation public ;worship without and note finally or Spirit-1 left Kentucky without pnrinJffour invitation is hereby given to all the Democratic general sentences, or paragraphs, withdrawn from'that connection official document is put forth,made up of'fsU;,l
with other of communication andfeathenf with a view to popularity popeist t.
voatmbnt..u.Tho whole choir subscription to the Flag and now I'm in friends of St. Johns and other portions a or
were indignant. Counties.Democrats.
t They stayed after meeting, and all the girls another world and cannot do it. If i could address;which is Indispensable to a just appreciation breath cannut inhitla ir, but will low it Ifjne t;
winds. Crr ,
and young men resolved nut to
Kinging seats" at all in the afternoon, and RapPer-\Voulddo neTid the what, publisher tho twelve : Come all to the Mass Meeting on Monday 'evening "open game"and fair fight,fa all we want Gen PJer rf&B6'tfeo Pre golfrP*;. -
the elders who did there, beta tho
i of'men whose minds go.were made visages .SpItH-\Vhr'Justly oyvo him and then I next the 26th inst.,at the"Msgnolia Retreat". Business O We have in hand and will ere long lay before The'Southern Whigs are dreadfully 16:

-. Service began as usual in the afternoon.up. would be hopp But it is 'too late now, andI of Importance win require the presence of alL oar readers Gen. Seoul complimentary order -48/ by such Items of intelligence as the luUo s''
The Doctor took his book in his hand, looked 1 I I must remain in torment. issued during his arduous"Everglade, cold zed," In* taken from tbe Pliisbunt. Post:

._ over bft spectacles at the gallery, and saw r Rapper-No, it Is not} send message to The Prospect dian war service to our land and when we do publish The Akron Democratic Standard M.'. .

only a few there; but nolhlnx daunted read your administrator,or to..your surviving relations It is wt without rational it,we intend to transmit u a pleasing reminiscence; a Free Boil pa pert hasraUcd the flag of 1
baste and it and then grounds,that we ,assert and flora W0* believe the wb.oa.Fn! *s
i and to pay off/at once .
a pulm at tiown. No sound followed, lei author who
a has ri doubt
., fearless of contntdledoe .thete copy to Dot'.Uder'the'
no one stirred. and Uu.,4Ileacicr"'lookcd in : you will be,happy hereafter; > -- |-that hd not 'race Press ofOhro .bfttbe-e pttorf of wf <
up .O Tell them If desire that the day of Jefienon and engrossing iaftieaee of far more weighty subjects of sow
r unconsciousness. I Spirit- yea they Jactoh, been a period, ,Democrat, at Cleveland, w support*
'After7 a long and most uneasy silence the.i I shall enjoy eternal happiness, to go, withont when the Democratic Party of the country stood 'la consideration,lost sight ot; this particalar;shim. rhldi nominee of the' Democratic National tots .-
i .good man hit face somewhat over flushed delay, and pay up! Then everlasting bliss is .rr more favorable podtfanead nndee brighter s apsethan he has given hmuel upon. the rrtpe"et of the tion.If." .
t I i his manner'ratber stern, read thejjsalm again mine, and not before. it does at the present time. From loI Florida,, peoPllI I this statement be correct, ft would sc*ft
j pauied, then-l'ead the first verse, and pushing Rapper shall do. as yotf have requested, ,the ; every quarter .that SCOTT stands no more chance of carrjf la*
intelligence is of the
Up'his spectacles, looked interrogatively and hope your example mlllead others to attEod most gratifying and cheer IT Finding thatMr. CabelTs,paper,_the Florida \ OhwtbanPennsyinaie i and. .New York. < !
. a the gallery. tq such manifesfduties lliw.g. bg character. epulliea*, whose conductor;has through:his friendly GIs'
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I 'The leader could bear it no longer, and bali Madam Mums who left in.the last steamer In e'those States,where the ranks of the Democracy ezsftions and influence, enjoyed a BOSS liberal ? .ytF

i rising, said decidedly for France, is a daughter of a virgin planter, hire been divided, the hatchet'. ,of dissension,taa been share of the government pop/ ungratefully declines I D.e..WI1Jz
"There won't be any singing here this afternoon. and married Prince Murat, eldest son of the effectually buried.Ratification publishing sctdV of hishiter and men latertstfaf .Ai JoyalVhlr wbo has never proved"

.** King ot Naples after hIS arrival in this country, meetings,. of the most brilliant character speeches; we are induced,to the. end that; he faithful tor .n", atvself and my eciabernk
i '"Then' there won't be any preaching .in said when he was banished item France They ,--th* roaring of cannon,and tao fager'and'more' Mr. friend, will be require to fait amicablr j
the doctor 'quick as thought : add taking'his settled in Florida, where he died. It is staled, ,proclaim to the blazing of bonfires C.,) may have a, fair bearinf. ta 'appropriate Jin*,and constitute; that rear guard of Mr. See
cocked hat from its;per, be marched down says the NewYork Herald,that Louis Napoleon nation, and tall mil 'plainly the a,portion of oat columns taia the pa6flcailoaof ***r.&%*&!*, Md giver 6im cut i If
the'pal it stairs,through the broad aisle and sent fat her, and sent 940,000 to pay her ex. harmony, good feeling and general enthosissci, that Aid apecchel a put at one'cf,wll be f ind well! jwblta eiollation. But if X c1t

out of the house,leaving.his congregation. ute p. Pertlgny,the fast friend,of the President has taken the place of put ttoubles- ,Indeed such k the present issue--the remaining pan,win bo given onorrianj.!roi j .pr' ones mans influence were :
terly'astounded f' and Minister of the interior, i is ma med the present feeling existing among Democrats in every fa out next. --frioubI Tbta of'Tennessea IfC
[I We' need not inform our readers that the to daughter r ot Lucicn Murat,another son ec-tion. Positive confidence in the ,strength oi our / \I Pierce and JCbg my voice sad mr-vo-a* e -

big fiddle vac not used,In 'tho"lnlln'leta'* of the Morshi'l, who married the daughter,of candidates their ability to :command the No North, ,no South, aa Ewt..no West under be. Ilftc to Ilaettm.katlD I".* w.

., .afterwards., h r.titte,the great banker of Paris. Democratic vote and their ate entire the Constitution;but a sacred maiG1ebacQ. .: ..M.'LGEC' ,or 1'eaIar
success, wts .
of the common 1 and and true "
: The cholera baa broken out violently in To Get Rido/THei The most harmless way nevermore, pleasingroSvioes ,t thecmmence- brotherhood.: deYOUOflIo the. ,
weir
f t. Jackson Capo Glrardeau county lio. The pt getting rid of flies is to* expose !in a' plate meat of a campaign. .' ., common. But I teen oa Slarery II, r
7' FuxLnr'Piasc am thitit is hIP
, ?i" inhabitants were seized nth panic and scattered i a strong solution of quassia chips and brown Democrats, whatever malhne: been,their prefer cblijatbo /pursuaJcd masse 'ilaA' sSareiddifl l 13Hdts ,

'i ; lo1'eftry' direction not even burying tbe ugar.. The fly-papers sold for the purpose eases individually; so far as regards the nominee. ,are Col. BenlonM speech at'Mahcbester Sri ewpScgr'- ttll r.'n Wt willi. +

t., :' 19 dead. many of the first- citizens. fell victims are made' by.smearing melted rosm with a ready,nay prompt cordially acquiesce lathe_ eheice on the 19ib.ulu announccdhk determlwuion :toe; afetr< of fcbtli i:7t 'rneltarsi .. 7tf

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'\ I Tbe passage Maliie Uquor Law lutsatfot' the Legiataiurupi3flI4sseuri Pieolata 18.miles distance.to-St. Augustine. ,
.j)4.' C.He..bPr aB4"eelf n' iD ad-'' ded excellent food'for tbe wits to sharpen their \.,qcJ'lh! aflyai :"go'II een ;Jts1Jow.tro **" "Mbnaara dThursdays.11 Ai **. \ ,ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS, '. '

f "of tPIin4I.4 .ltrbce i.'thb fol "mastication*. 'Tbe'Iollowing' is about as good thq 'country cnuta tu'4encrun>lo sell some DI1'.u f.-;Suadays and Wednesdays. 12 .M.. .. ,, IN CHANCERY. ? !",#.:> ,

lo..I .'V" tIa'taeiiii&W'.iQo ;1iC okear wb h'aye hntd : chffkrm., Ha nud about, two d.,zen, IIf .C.osa-BlIJ1d and Wednesdays 11' A. M. SD ;. ; J. i iFLOBrUA.
most of which .wambeibt'ConkIe to About a fortnight since, a tall specimen of which he bnd.ficd by ihe legs tu smug. *nd 'Wl 1 )

beeleetid.Alabami. Yankee manufacture arrived'in:the good cicyuf this being divided equally aud thrown across MAYOR'S OFFICE I"w.'- ;

AU"lt.J.Jr. Keniiicky, Utt.l4; Portland, in the;Slate ot Maine, and eMnbUshetf his horse or his shouldc&Jurraed fais.mcxie of ,City ofSt.Aoguatiae.Jalr 1C,'J8S2-.,' WM. A. FORWARD | SIMON TOWLB -:

.Indiaw, A! lnoit Au&U24L Iws, himself and lucgngo at the Elm ..tel. conveyance'leaving.tbd fowls with their head |CONFORM'ABL Y to 1! 'charter of 1e*CiryJof Late of '8< Augustine. -,. ., ,East Ft;rlda..1.. .,., .

\ Aujtwt W; Mi ourl, August,Sd; North Caro-. ,. His fuggage ccisise4oma small valise, aud a hanging down wilh little else of them visible notice,is, hereby giv ap that an --4 'i
/ lion, August 5th; TenneseeAus,6thVcr.moe wrg oblong box,containing,for the Inspectors I'except their naked legs and a promiscuous election will beheld at'the'Cooneil Room fa&e City PROBATE, OFFICE, St.. Johns.Coonty/j :- i

\ ?.eptflDbfr 'Ib, Maine,September, 13ih; baa examined its contents quantity of books 'I I pile ot out-stretched wingsortii raffled feathers. fBi Augustine on Monday the 26U int..for Mayorto .W,, .,* '*
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Gt'cwtla1 Octobrr,4tbj AbalatOelober. 4lh; richly bound,which the proprietor brought j I After several Ineffectual. efforts to dispose of fill the,vacancy occasioned by death o(1he :Hoo.Prrwi 5IACUSTIZATE ELECTION;;t h J '

Florha.,Ocotwr, 4th;Maryland, October Glb; tor the of retailing about the city. I his load, wag. to whbm he made an offer : C. ZrLlTu.e : 4. N ELECTION is hereby ordered fortwW'Jw- % -
, tIn'dfe&IMO ober1 Ufa; 'Ohio, October After purpose seeing bit placed in'the room of ale, lolj him that ha,did not want chickens ,The Poll will V opened at 9 chock A. M. and l Uces' of the Peace-to fill Vacancies exfelinffi-.(,: \IiD'AJaptrate
property I closed at 5 o'clock P. M. under direction of MessrsJas.
District*
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sell them No..leflaL
Ji1'JnnIe1 Pc1ub,12th.1OL allotted at tbe to bun office the with pettier volume made In his his appearance hand.! that himself large, but, SUMW that perpsjrncoutd house over tlicrr; (the capi .A. Mickler, ,'E.P.Andrew enJ'A. J. Noda. biecuoa| wul be held at the.usual Johns place Counlrid orhoJ-i-- .' .1 .

: "r Gtt cr STEAK. -A despatch from a I there buying LAWRENCE ANDREW. ding County Elections, in St. Augustine Satur- I
110 a- tol), that there was a man over ; on *;
glanced his keen shrewd leisurely Pro Tnn.AdmlabtratrIS' I
1iieord',N. H., ttfttet that the whig ratifiesoanccd eye speculation for ihe-tfi. Louis Market, and, 'Ita10r Jay the 311& of July. The poll lobe opened at 9 A*. I
round the whlcn contained at that moment .
room M. and ,
close at 5 P. M. .. ,.
meeting, to take In that could { sale. Kale. f. '
place, clerk and himself. 'no doubi ho lndttdy; 4 .1. f
but the
no one Inspectors,
bvsaXotdaykflritoon, (5th) in'the state 1 Fond reading "' inquired the pedler.of the '1. '1 ho delighted countryman started', when I BY pennisdoa of the Hon. the Court of'Probate C.. Luu>phreys Ignacio. Lopes- ..,,Jolui C. Canon. -,- ,Frcd.' .. I
'|wi,'wet to pam in numbers that andrnmeat : clerk, when ;ho had finished his observation. his informer cropped'him. .1' 8u Johns Coin r'wi11 be sold at the CourtHouse G.HUMPHREYS.? Judge of Probate.' ..' :
was made to the ,depot halt.a .- 'I Miner I've' got a book here :you'd Look here,* says b:when you gel ,over 'la the City of St Aagosiine on Monday the St. Augustine,July 16th 18S3. ':'-
f ".block of speaker and little'entbumm. like read guess' contined tbe persevering7 here, go up stairs, and then turn to the left* -. 23d day of August 1853, at 15? M. the following real -. ,
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Tbe pedler is Eatate-.-ofthe Estate of the late Domingo liEns deceased -I J I" 1
Webster and
in that
whirs tcitkliulo part The man stops in large room, now Tax Collector Sate.BY .'., 11.: '' ::
; fie wit: A lot or parcel ground with,the
Ibe proeeedlnes.Tlw with number of fellows buying
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: 'What| I ii It 2' engaged buildings thereon, situated in 1M City of St. A.gus- :: virtue of the power nst .iD me bylaTs1vI: .
above is fromthtf % the door should
F UaH, whig paper. \Vell ii'sa real and good book,and Jus;right chickens. If a man at., stop dot and bounded u follows namely ; on the West / for sale before the Court Howe*In-the*
m QWrte me despatch about*he cntbu-daim for the times, too, 'causa it'll give a man spiritual you, dcmH mind him He has got chickens by George Street; OD' the'North by lot of Darin city?f St. Augustine on'the tat Monday January. .
Scott aM Graham apreadlng like wlldflre consolation ; and, they suy that's what a himself for sale, and tries to prevent other Allen; en the South by lot of James Hurlbert, andn 1853,\\the following described' property,or '&much*

<* the grir4tebitts'_ -n i*I was* --i flight f *. of s* tancv.ri : man can't get very easy in llaine-just about pcopl! from selling' their, Don't mind him, the East by lot of Joseph Paeetty Senior-said thereof will pay the State d ebnniy laxea.tn4 the :

now, but go right ahead lot contaloinp,.one*sixteenth of an acre, more or leas. necessary expense due. thtre & .p
) e' or Gq. vrr.-ou.r '..'1Itfwior or; e* \iJtate'wberol t the friend does your be found omweil aine"wueuI 01 ,tvepreseaiativex. ANTONIA HITCHCOCK,Admrx. J. Avice;being the Baths Vfctt,trttct,'.w.ty02"'fawtkras

Me's of Gep. Scott's nomination has 'peno- ot fortunately the my. not happen to. To open it;-end enter was. he St AnzusUne,21st'July 1S53 .. :. ., 48 and 49.township south, range 37 east.Doubletaxed ...". '
at sort.
tta.ed indicate diss&tUfaciiou and convey the rig work of a:moment .T4kt/ig from bis shoulder and advertised for non t>armnt at,n.
cpUiifcQ that .the planting ,interest will) be There was a cunning leer In'" the pedler's' the string ot chicken*,.imd, giving them a i Notice to Limit Creditors e for 184T. '4849. '50.' aad '51.Alto a d" .
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We assuredihtliwo'or I eye os be I inquired ; ,. '. freshen he commenced his persona indebted to tHe Estate p( Peter C. I"Additional List for 1852. ,
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fiiund in 'opposition him. are shake to ,bept
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Fond ofihe' right soft; hey t a late of Johns <
deceasedare ,Unless
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three of the Whig ,Electors or towards the speake4 chair, the fowls, Su ;County taxes expenses are paid before day o'
Journey ,
'When I can get it, said the clerk, becoming rUm she requested to make,payment,without delay ; And .safe. I' ?'
. substitute electors will decline to serve; aqd the meantime loudly interested. 111 further notice,b ciT D:that all debts and demands, of R. B. CANOVA,.8hetiJl".and fficlo .
\\ 8.arbam. 01 Madison, substitute elector, 'Guess I shall sell you this book, then.,' said half-formed crow to tbe harsh guaarfc, their whatever nature against said Estate, most be exhibited Tax Assessor and. Collector- j. t i
O(.. ifl' bis dlr..t" naroed.to us as one who v bodily and their sense of bodily within 'this c.
the pedler, decidedly.. presence two yean f om date; and all Creditors June26,1852. *: .'. \. f
has perittyely. _deciined -N. O..Thee Del'a. What is it.-you imvn't :'told! me the name of pain. Legatees and persons entitled to distribution,who shall !
'r' 'I say, sir.-Here he; had advanced about n"t present their claims and demanD wilhiD the said j
Tax
It U' Collector'sSaZe
Tt Southern Press after commending; Mr, 'It ; '. ,. half down the aisle: when he was seized by ,. period, will be forever barred. ; '
Graba'.' resignation, makes the fullouring.gharp Is the Pilgrim's Pro<{eu. dozen Major Jackson, the doorkeeper,who happenedto All business relating to said Estate will be transacted BYjTtneofthe power vested in mcbriaw.lU :
'Oh I bother I've read at least a
remark tAs lit be returning from the Clerks desk. by my Attorney, B. B. Gould F4qr.. sale before the' Court house in '. .' It .
times the of dt.
.f OP General Scott, be ought to resign j What (bedevil' are you doirg herewith ELIZABETH ZYLSTRA, Admr.St. city Augustine>, oa the 'first Monday of ,

imntedittel his office. gf ocrar-ln.:ble( of 'But Oh I this it's Is all an the entirely same.",new j edition. v I these chickens; get out, sir,get outwhispered Augustine July ,17m, 1852. 8wu' January.much thereof,the following will! pay described tl e tjiate property.W and 1 I I1O'

the army. It is the worst precedent that Beautifully engraved.' 1 I tbe doorkeeper. ", taxes and the necessary expenses doe thereon!i,county. t
< I THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR.
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cobll be established fof a man to have com Oh I nonsense- Jrdon'tant,it.' I 'No you don't ihougb,'you can't come thatgame 182 seres third rate land on'Mantanzaa rtyer,as.seased

mand 'ot the army, nndJiq .*i.candidate for And so saying be commenced writing again over me.. You've got chickens yourself MONTHLY JOURNAL to S.Cfaeves,yins partly jn section 50. town-

1bc pr ldejtY; rbasoever, occurred. before., visibly annoyed., "' ''. tor,sale, get out yourselfand let me veil mine. riTOTKTOlAflWCm.TTTM: HOmCtTTTBB, AID ship b south, raaje.30 east, and,parti/ section i '' 43.township II'r
'Snv yeou-better look{tat the pictcrs' continued I. say sir (in'a louder* tone to tho Speaker) The General Planting Interests of the South. I 9 sonth,range 30 east. 1Jotbtetaxd. an
w fJiAX,:JlM;, -.Tbe Bc on Deft si tieunch and tbe pedler, thrusting the book under are you buying chickens here tu-dajl >l'vt : .dYtrtizt V f for nOD payment or taxes* for years* 1848, 4 :
spicV; whig Journal.,unfolds, Us views and defines his nose. i got some prime ones here.'. DANIEJLEEM.D.EDITOZ. '4950ana 1851. Also, assessed d for'J852,: i"pet, ; :
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its ,position as to Gen. Scott's nomination. Tbe movement had an astonishing effect on And he held up his string and shook, his, D. REDMOND,.A 3iyrAirr Eorroa.ai additional LisTlor 1859. ; : .

as (olio".: the cleric. He off tbe chair and.began fowls until their music made the walls echo.' HBJ VBM f t ,$ Unless taxes and, expensea are paid'before, day of t j
We can. !inform the editor: of the (Springfield to examine the jumped'volume eagerly but much IQ'( ,Ler me go,sir.to the doorkeeper,) let me Published on the first of every month.at A uguata, Ga. j tA e. -r"' .

Mepvllican and tbe Ibl 1st whiff paper- Thin go* 1 say. Fine large chicken, (to the Spetk at the low rate of I R. B. CANOVA.SheriffanJex.offieioTax .t ,
mv without inx u Becrn.utiny
Dud will be WJIIG"Jut surprise, open six bits dozen.- ONE DOLLAR Assessor and. Collector,. s..i.: c* V :
ia: cdiiojs cre.ever tome, ever ingly l satisfied with the sci ho asked Jim er,) only a '' A YEAR ADVANCE. June 2S, 1858. "." ".1 '. I
not holit Off lt. We don't hoist the flag of and it. 'Where's JSerKent-ol-Arms, roared the. t
purchased -
tiny fart)' which '.pitsuponth9 whig platform price.Bay, yeou'-..-said the pe< ler moyln.tt wards Sneaker-'.ko that man our.' TERMS. ,Tax Cdleclar'i & ';. .
"." go for no man who writes such a stupid the door it should Now don't, will you, 1 ain't hard to trade On COTT, one year. 1 ; Six Conrs one year., $5; .' "
-'Say, i body see virtue of the iaw'lV
ay vested > .
yeou ,
kteras that which we this morning publish I: that book anJ want to get 'mother just like it, with. You let me 'go, (to the doorkeeper,) T'Uny-rivzComs; one year. $20,; Oas HckoKED BY expose forMic power' before the .Coan me. ,, J.roy ,

Jn.m GeL Scott. The Bn will 'never cave : send 'em up to 73, and II accommodate e 'cm you've sold your ch ickeiix, now let mo hajro a*. Corns one .year.' 875. in the city o| du Angustlne, on th firit.MonJay.
in to nich a Domination while it remains under chance. I sir, (to the Speaker in a louder
just about as fast ns they p' e le. say 'All tvbtcripitont matt commence tet-A the :Volume January. 1853, ths following describ<;4 propextj.or
the control' of its presents editors. I I And exchanging, a very queer.and mysterious !- tone,) are you buying cbickcns0'. THE CASH SYSTBJI will be rigidly adhered to.an1 so much thereof will pay the State.an/i,county fur
-Go head-at him again" 'ihm's right, .
i lOOK wnn tnu ClerK, if o peator vnnirnou. a in DO ease will the paper be sent unless the money taxes and.the necessary expenses due therrpn.; .
Boa.
An encounter with n What on earth made y6u buy that book' whispered: some or thei opposition members, accompanies the ord r. I[ 3093 acres third rate land, assessed to Santos, -

Mr. >Ioon, In his recently published work, I asked he clerk,alter ho bud gone. who could commtnd gravity enough to speak Address 'WM.. S. JONES, Augusta, Ga., RoJriguei.bem Dun's' Lake aad;lying in &eeI -
'Pictures in Mexico,' relates the following cir See here a moment.' -'at him again.: ,' 'lie- only< waitsyoub't j' kIess4t 8' -- ,I doa 45,township 19 south range, 23 ,east. Double .
. ,.rumatances, which occurred to him while J advanced and looked lover his shoulder. him again.:" : Notice 1 I taxed and advertised for DOn payment of taxes for

loitering alottg shady path in. tbe forest: 'I Turning up one end of ihef book he removed a 'I say sir (in:a louder tend to the .Speakerdos ) hereby given to all creditors and &H parties concerned I the year 1851. Also' assessed for 1852 as" per"Additional .
'saJdo IMA to dmlre rich pictures I let me go-fair play-two I' interested List. T
ctcpppd : nsoQitni a small slide and discovered a stopple, which your I or any way in the Estate of
. tutu of purplu flowers my mule having piod- bo unscrewed *nd then handed me the book men, to one ain't fair, (to tho Speaker and ; Joseph W. Miles (late of Putnam county,.deceased, Uulesa taxes and expenses are paid. before day of .

dod i. about eight or ten yard*'ahead. whena which I applied mecbanici lly to my mouth. Herctenl at-Arnw) let ,mo go; I say, sir" you up I that on the ezpiratien of six months from theldate\ sale. I

: 1 turned from tbe flower, towards the path, What is it ?' asked tie I laWning.Brundy Ihert', (to. the Speaker) you can have 'em for I here r. I shall apply ro the Court of Probate for the | R. B. CANOVASheriffand ex officio L-A ,;

a a. na'kfrt ns uf a'flash of iighthing strurk.my -by jmgol' 'exclaimed I, pausingto wr bUst won't taker'-wmt-icss.- Take 'em county of.Put aJ1f aforesaidfor a final settlement'of, Tax Assetsor' nail CoQeetor.s.. < e.:....;,
KiicM, nu'l I saw ai'argtt and powerful tnitku take broom and thai nuking tracks fur tbe home and eul'om.myiinl; $ befbra JJ1: tako 1-.. I my account with said Estate.&nd a discharge? Admwbtratorthereat"1 June 6,1852. ., ? ';>' .. t': .
tWrb1JCI.koYd..o'bQr 4dl'|yflul'you'll .., ,, ..-:tC**,'..-..'.:/ ', 1 -,. JLTac ;..,
: winding tsc3ll aroumi the head and bet, of door. i Drat T< | n '-
.. i *s I and have had I BENiAMflCH.'IPJJAN. t. Collector 8ais. .: ;
' tht jtoorTnole. It vus n largo nttd- nMj ntfi burl them chickens, they .

ilcllo t where !
I nro you gotn) '11ay22J,182.% virtue ofthepower veste.Lla.me by law I .
'tnt 00:1, uf' a black and yellow colour, And 'Up stairs f It has just i truck mp that thu a travel Out tonlay! $ nyib\Y, :I .ay you iii -, : BY expose lor aale before the Court House ia .

cmwlmrd the poor t>%Mrt so firmly In its coils Pilgrim's Progress will bo m excellent addi- up t crc.- TO LET.dwell'ng the city of fit. Augustine oa tha fint Monday of. ;

thttt era he bad! time to utter more than, one tion to my library.' \ Hero the voicewas, lost by the cosing: of, House and Kitchen lot January, 1853, the following lCribed' or
on a containing
JitMe cry he was crushed and dead tho persflhIun The next day the pedler's. stock was c ba.us. the door. An adjourn nt was moved .and A two acres of ground,will be leased for the term co much thereof aa will pay the State and county for

", broke out on tny foreiicud as 1 ted. I carried, and members, almost frantic with of twelve yearn-Tbe premises are situated, on the j taxes and necessary expenses dae thnreoae 1
tbtUllht of my narrow escape;, and only re-, ; mirth rushed out to find our friends in high west side of the river St. Sebastian, and known U I One Town Lot in the city-of\Aogasttne ow / j

".mint a moment reviw the mpvements tif The Power of ; altercation with the doorkeeper ab 'ul abemeanness Mrs.Hanhams place, adjoining lot of Col. ..Humph, ncr unknown, situated; on,Marine street adjoining I

the niuu6terRS, bff.anlo' uncoil !himself, I The following anecdote related in a lecture, ot selling his own chickens, and nIi Is a very desirable situation for keeping lot of A. W. Swioaey and leading therrfrora dirert- ,
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Oun.id r.my suit safe ufltil I was entirely free ba hand of workingmen, to protnote their ho could'just that' man up there by himself For terms apply at this office. Peter Be et. 'Double taxed.and'adTertiaed for nonpayment ; .
cl the lures' .1| social comtort and independence+ r hu'd be bound they could make a trade, and June 19, 1853. of taxes for yean 1849 50,54.6J.' Also :
for .
Own assessed 1853 at"additional hisz- '
that man could afford to raise chickens for
no -
As F.JGUSltI.-ThD following humorous A Manchester calico-printer was on bis less than six bits. CharlcstonandFlorlda Line. Unless taxes ant expensea are paid,before day of ,
picture 01 an English inn, is taken from *LiitleJYdlietunna wedding-day, persuaded y\| hit wife to allow his sale, '
'fhe members bought Jowls by a pony
'the PtxHinjctonians.' her two half-pints ot ale a!day as her. share. THE SPLENDID NEVVFACKETSTEAMER. R B.CANOVA sheriff and ex-off. :
and friend left the
Arrived at Squathmtre-Gate.ll was natural He rather winced under]Lisa bargain; for, purse he,went down our the stairs, Capitol. sayingas FLORIDA,; Tax Assessor and-Collector. .,",,c. -
that the weary and hungry traveler shonld da- tboujth a drinker himself he would, have preferred I' -Ti- ---
Well this is the darnest for
sire little comfort for the Inner man, and be. a perfect.y sober :wifo. They both selling chickens, that ever I roughest came across plaice sure. L. M. COXETTER, .. Tax Collectora Sale, .'

iwt4jimli'abd4he Ifidy kl"t"r r ,of the nD worked hard and he, poo man, was seldom, : Spirit of the Tlmet. IS NOW running regularly Wyvirtue of thepower vested in me' by law I
this dkatotIs e sues: > ..r' ; out of the public house a4 soon,ns the.factory_i ; on the. Line ,betweenCbarIeston .1I, shall expose for sale before the rom House

.What would you like,air! I closed. The wife and husband KUT little or MOVallKG STtJKas-Ono of our New York RI' Savannah, and m_ thecityofSuAngustinKoa the first-,Monday- .of '
'A boiled chicken' each other except at breakfast; but as she writers thus graphically describes a scene ana ----._.-- -'the SL John's Rimv" Jan. 1853, the: following described property or so

'We hsnev.'r a chkkensir ; but would keptthings tidy abont her, and made her stinted mourning storeHu says that a lady about The following schedule has been adopted which mae thereof as will pay the Stat'and County taxes -
r allowance for shows the hoars of arrivals and departures from die tind,the necessary expenses doe ther on. ;
you like some eggs and bacon and even selfish housekeeping fifty jears uf'age,dressed i n deep mourning, .
*Mo Can I bate ft lamp chop t* meet demands upon'her, he never com- enters the store, when she. is met by amiddleaged rations ports : 500 acres third rate land a assessed to the heirs of

*No air ;but our eggs and bacon is very nice,' plat d.. She had daily pint, and he, perhaps, : man, with verygray hair, who Leaves Leaves Charleston Savannah erery erery Tuesday Wednesday, at,*12 at o'clock 4 .' ., .x,. Sebastian Espinou, shore the! :heatd of. North River, \

"Or a"Ut Irt,or& .eak ?' hdhis two or,three quertsand! neither inter-' has'on specto'clcs, white :neck.cloth, and stiff Leaves Jai ksonrille' every Thursday,, at 10 A... lying partly in section 42, township 3, 8. R.

: 'Jte,air; ,but we are remarkable here for our teed, with the olhejr except; at odd times sh pad in it, clothed entirely in black, differing Leavaa Pieolata every Thursday at 2 ?: .. 29 range 29 east Double,and taxed section and 39,advertised township 4sonthrange,
eggs and bncon.' ; succeeded by dint of one Jittle gentle artifice only from a regular undertaker in his having a / east. for nOD pay '
ment of for 1850and
1851. Also assessed for
Have you anything cold in your larder t* or another, to win him home an hour or two black lead penxil and a pair bf scissors i (on the 1ft11L"UJfG. 1852 taxes"additional liat.Uulesa .
'Not but I'm will ud- and and then to spend an of which scissors Leaves Pilatka! every Friday at 7 o'clock i. x: as-per
euctlrlix f sure you earlier at night, now blades are engraved pocket Pieolata 100.. *. taxes and expenses are paid before day o!
mIre our es f.nd bacon.' entire evening in hs own ,house. But these for a ge tleman"in biB waistcoat,and whole Leives Leaves Jacksonrille,every Friday, at 3 1'... sale. -. :
'TbeirwhtttiaveyiDU 'Rot? f *l were rare occasions.. t paper of black pins stuck in ,bis coatcuffs.tie Leaves Savannah Saturday 9' A-K R. B CANOVA, Sbcri1f and ex.off. 'J. .,
'Why, sir,we have got nothing but eggs and They had .been married a year and, on the inquires i in a most heart-rending tone. with The FLOMDA has been built under the Tax Assessor and Collector, s. ;c..k'
morning ot their 4redding| anniversary, tbe mouth 'drawn down and tears in hi, eyes- Co tterand her special snpeiintendenceofCapt. June 26, 1852.

0 then have thocgfs roo4Ridglve. mo some. husband looked askence at her' nat and comely What can we.d-o-o-o-o for.you this morning, accommodations for Passengers are auorpasaed speed and by -
and bacon h I with some shade of remorse, as he mum t'OIc1lady '
person any boat ever, placed on the St. John's. Freight Tax Collector' Sale. .
'I was sur' 'dl' and bacon, observed, I (verry feebly, indeed, ai handkerchief and passage as low aa by any other line. Any fur virtue of the power vested in me bylaw I.hall
a1rwe.rel f'. :. we'n bad 'holiday'sin'e we were iato her and BY
Mary, no crammed mouth entirely ther information canbe obtained applying to either expose for sale before tin-Court House, in
UlftC finished tny dinner I thought it proper wed; and only that I havoU a penny i' th covering her face) turns to a shopman dcesscdin of the undersigned Agents. the city of St.Augustine on the fitst-.Monday in

for the good of tbe house, to inquire what world, we'd take a jaunt t. lh' village to see half mourning, and saysCrape. .1.W. ,CALD WELL, Charleston., October, 1852. the following described property,'orso i
vine I eoeW Have dG feourtcf obsr expecting tht'C IDOlbed' : ." E. W. BUKER. Saraanah. much thereof as will pay the&ate and county

_ .aut rar' .c Uoo.would,bo much. .perplexed by *Wouldkt like to go lohnr asked she softly, The shopman with the knuckles of tho first 'BELLECUASSEE'i FINEGAN.JackaonriUe. taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon. I

? tbe Ttmty J ofifered, between a smile and a tear to hear him speak finger of m.cl1l1aDd.u othe.'counter, inquires > 1Oerrstklrd rae land sweated t..t. ,ami '(?.
Wbt would you liko 'sir r kindly as jo old times. 'Ui;tbee'd like top, / E. IL REID. Pilstka. Clarke being theoae calf of oae tract the' whole f
ftnI't' < -I. "April 1Ol852.-. ; .' .L... .
lOffiS e4,;" : ; John.I'U stand treat White! C.
." tract was orginaily granted to and G. Clarke, 1-
WobtvenaporVsir.' Thou stand trcati1 laid hCt:with half sneer; The old lady sobbingly' replies. ; FO. ALE.. ,) ." the other half la returned by Mr Jacob Mkkler south ,

'A Iktfe steecry. 4hen..t hast got a fortun wench : Black !" e 'ATL'BOULTER& COS of:and bounding on Moses'creek being in section

*Wedoo'i Jceep sherry sir ; in.short, c Nay,' said she. 'but I'm 'gotten the pint x>' Upon which the half morning attendant STORE by. .tbe Subscriber: 4$ township 8 south range. 30 east.. Double taxed

Jane so little ulUor vine,that we doa'i keep ale.' ) sternly dries his eye, and motions small, colored tad vow landing. from'this scan and advertised for non payment of'taxes for yean .;
ii3Yofnoktnd.' .. 'Gotten what?'Zak' he. boy dressed in black to put up one shutter Mary Isabella, from Baltimore'.. { 184950. nd '51., Also.asaeawd for,1852, as per l

'Tbea pray ulre me some lemonade.1 I 'The pint o' al- was the rep1,. at the same time referring her, in a very SJBOO bushels ef Baltimore White. Cora,.' additional list. : .-_ -. t

.ylJw..Do. yoii-do you prefer il with John still didn't understand her, till the sepulchral tone of voice,to the full mcurnicgman 1,700bcsbelsWkite 50 bales.of Hay, Oats J Also, ; !

,1emee. ,or wa. .,.I' faithful creature reached down an old stockIng on the opposite side of the ,store who is 30 hiM Howard at. Flour, UOacreslandbeingone half of a 300. acrfjract ;
t stir!" < "' ,from under loose brick up the chimney, perpetually crying at a very bib saUry. He 20 kegs superior Butter, ., originally granted to C' and G.CUrke.the otherJSft 1

i : Wliy,taily.._ happen to be out of lemons arid counting out her daily pint' of-do. i ir\ the immediately$ I inquires In a solemn'manner 15 No. 1 Lard acres b returned by C. llier,aQ.of which aunated j
', space of 865 threepences (u e. 4J Us Id) and .-Had'th dear\deceased an'easy end' andyou 5 bbta. on Mantanzaa riverr being section 37. township" .9

Wkj hoald a mw,bealle'eating salt ftah put it into his hand,exclaiming,'' want it very.dfiepV 20 boxes assorted Crackers,. ,? I .south,nap 30,easb Doable taxed and uo'vertterj

$n tideea Friday, uke' no'eg g-sauce with it f Thee shall hare the holiday, John. The touching manner in which this Is said 4 bbls Pilot ,Bread for non payment of taxes for years 1849/50,and' .5L .

For fear hit appetite s&oold got eggsauce4cdC John was ashamed,astonished, consciencesmitten visibly affects the bereaved customer who repli&s 10 M faercerPotstow .. XliK, >.wt for 1852asperadditionallist... \
: c %asJ. -- -, :
Hasn't ,thee had thy'share? then ill ta';no S He had-give me a yard.' JO bosedtailiu. s,' ale. e e' 1 :
,' .rjfig baoa tsughed lit by ahuan7 more-hesald. : Everybody sighs, and the old lady leaves 9 bbls Onions R.B. CANOVA, SwrilTaadex eel do .

of pretty girls,.jtoW iwQ; their wedding-day with the old the shop, not only -art-broken, but infinitelymore 70 ft* Candies, Tax Assessor and Collector.. ':.c.
small They kept C1ocu,aaorted J. J8. "-. ,., .
-- we potatoes IN little woe the nucleus wretched tbaD'Wbeo.ahe entered. 1 case : e 26. ,; .
the wiie'a capital
dame and .
JWemaybe small &\'"'sald one ; that ultimate.ly.swelledlnto 60 bags of Wheat BraD, -. ,;. .
U' them,' bet jate of a series inventments I does reiTo'look l-case.Pickles..aasorted ;> ,xtC.C'wJlx
we aw OWl! warehouse,countryseat EmAm, said Simon, what a 1. '.J drei'rrn.a 4
shop,factory, weeb plr thejaiJi
2 doSeD jars Pr eserves > *
:>i _' 'W', mIenJuia and carriage. ; :>: like, when gallanting' his' sweetheart, : 4 .4 U Lemon Synip, .> .- Probate(Pataazt Cocafy"for letters c/Ad
, i ,Ja be(bourbt to be'niart kd. through a shower r : '- At wholesale and retail. ministration on the Estate of Feribee Thigen..ba.I' .
f. '
F raalco a, foofpfjrie i V '" I Tas last case of modesty Is, that n.lady Wby.'epUed Epbnfim, looking at his boot, A'share of P13. patronage 'fs. rctfallvsolicited. .- oPctnamCounhy,4ceued. ..., .'..-- *.I 4.J *"
e 1..Naturobass4VfdeDe who discarded her lover, a sea captain because ho has very much the appearance. of a rota- JAMES R. HANHAif. I' 'LUKfi.JOHNS.

\IIe I ho said he ad hugged the snore.. bEau < 'i.- 'ft Jae 'DYiUe..varch 13,1852.I & 14. I .P.ilalka. 15th May 1852-. : .*t-,> '
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) Business 1 iPIrcctdrf' tt 'h; t. : -For the:county of Marion" ,on. thoJint.Hoada.la. < .. ':rr ii IJTY--8ECURlTY-PERPETUlTY.. Tax Collectors s.z. --ART ONION BfflLJUJELrW
Millfl. ". Ou St. Oeol'Jejgueeraoi1hoC December. : .
the Public Squire and one ,door, north of theMeiho-; : For the ccu tie; ,of Alachua and Levy on the second 'PUUV rte' ,. BY virtae of the power vested In me by law hush Incorporate FcamiJTmafaar by the Iesl3aiS **1'('
: THE MUTUAL LIVE tfTSUUAHCECOMPAHY for sale before the Court,House ia the
diet Cburch. Monday in December. .
Florid H''' .' On Treasury Lane, North of For the-county of Columbia, on the third Mondayia city of St. Augustine on the tat Monday of January FOE THE PROMOTION OF THE < "_'.:
the Public Square. ;: December.I OF NEW YORK-NOC 35 WALL, _" 1853 the following described property,or .. much .tIBra, OP.BS6fi1N.lN 2'

Citw Hotel. Oa Charlotte aadvBay; Street, a- few The U.S. District Court, at St. Augustine on the HT ET Accumulated ,Fund,NOT.1st, 1849, $900.. thereof as will pay the Stats and county- taxes and the ,1J1fITJiD aTAT'L "" x.,.,
doors South Bast 4f the Public Square. 1 first Monday April. l/l 000,securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages necersary expenses due thereon. 10. ..
Plant** Kit 1 1. Oa Charlotte 'Strest sad Treasury THE TOAVEZXEd'3 GUIDE. on real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks 66O5 acres third rate land, assessed to Francis OFFICE-R.S. "
t lAne, north of the Public Square annexed to the ; ofthe, State and City of New York and United J. Avice,being: the Buena Vista tract, and lying la Him C. CAXXT. Pn. Wn.r.ua D. :

(o"lorida House,, ;: ROUTES FROM CHARLESTON Htatea Government. sections 48 and 4.41.township 9 south, range 97 east. I re'Pr'mk.t.ElnrADr.M1rTft' <
I I O DING HOUSES This fond ia rapidly increasing by a widely extended Double taxed and adrertised for noa'pa'D1eDt of taxes E. H. Burin.IaCar .?/.
Street few door and business. for 1847. '4849. '50, and '51. Aba ,assessed Gzoaox W.Dt+rttr ,
I 211io'Fatr.{ da Si. George ,a From Charleston to New York. Leaving daily at prosperous ,' Sre, : '
I llote. and Public The Company declared dividend el profits.of fif .4 AdJitibnsl UattOr 1859. 00 .
.
! j South of th Court ; Squire. 31-9 o'clock t. M, By Steamer to Wilmington 180 IS
; ( of Bay and ty-two percent on all existing policies on the 31st Unless taxi-s and expenses are paid before day ol MANAGER .
It' G. N. PqJr04 Bar street, corner mile*.--By Railroad to Weldon 162 mUes--To Petersburg : 'f" '
t Garden Lancoi 63. To Richmond 29. To Aequia Creek of JUIW'J.l848. ale. John Sartain Charts T .{
it. oppq, Jamee
, I I j DOCTORS. : All the Profit are divided among R. B: CANOVA, Sh rUfand ex-officio Charles Mac&Jater s. w ;
r I 7f).-By Steamer to Washington 55. -By Railroad to E;, H. ,
Doet.' F. IV"cr. Office at has DweUiog Home Baltimore 40.-To Ph ladelpbis,92.-To New-York the Insared. Tkx Assessor and Collector* /. ci IOn,M.D.,Charles G.Leland; '" I
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I on Bridge Street. 87. Total distance 771 miles.Time 60 hours. Fare The premiums are payable hj cash annually,sem- June 96.1853. 11.Joseph D. SteWart,H.D.. ;_
t i Do*.M B. P:efc. Office oa St. George Street, 020. annually, or quarterly interest being added on the Fdward P. Mitchell Job & Hart iT* T .
I few doom North of the Court Hos.ee.DRUGGIST. .' I Ii deferred payments. : Tax Collectors. Sate. lama L. +1. *
J."" s'' a The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston Cbj&om. :'*
: The cuh principle adopted by this ,Compani Y virtue of the vested me by law I -- -- -- .
i i I tenth day after the 27th of April,o'clock rM.. i power -
\' .I !i P. C Zilttra. Chemist and Druggest, Charlotte every Thro in 60 hours. Fare (State-Room) $25. cures to the parties for whore benefit the insurances B> shall expose!for ale before the Court House in Ererr Will .
,. : Street. From Charleston Is PAiLl flliThe: Osprey areeffected, the whole of the advantages without the city of St. Augustine, on the first Monday of '
t subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated 1853 the following described ,
January or
1. -- leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock, property :'
I LAWYERS. in 60 boa,.. Fare i premium D teL so much thereof as will pay the 8tate'u county for
I P.x.-tbrouCh 020. tHlistn'M
tr'.' j B. t.sla. Counsellor at Law-office on Ar- From Charleston is Nevs-Orleant. Leaving dally'' Persons may, effect insurance on their own lives taxes and necessary expenses due thoreon. .
,
/ and the lives of others. A married cailla- Iotin the of St. .
(I Lane. woman One Town city Augustine! ow- "
tilery ; o'clock S. 136
) : 10 C..Railroad
By Augusta
at I. M. to .
I Councellorni care the life of her husband the benefits of which an ; i
situated Marine
tt. A., Ptttta>4e. Attorney pod Railroad ner unknown, on street adjoining >
miles. Georgia Atlanta .171
:! -By : ,to By
Law,office, Picolata street.;, Mac a and western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By secured by law for the exclusive use of herself_ or children. lot of A. W. Swiuney, and leading, therefrom directly A print. I

.II (7e..'f JL Jf.ir*.aJrt. Attoraejf}and CounseUor at Stage to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery 1 south to a lot of Francis P. Sanchez, returned by B1l= "rH4".d.J1.1l1'1'C1l1B" Near raiZ- .

I Law- '''lithe Court House.I. 65-By Steamer to Mobile 331.-To New-Orleans Clergymen, and all, others dependent upon.ala- Peter Benet. Double taxed and advertised for nonpayment Or the choice ofaa,,CWo of dkf.b.ig .
I \ 166. Total distance. 1,006 miks. Time 123. hoars, nes are specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource of taxes for yean 1849,'60,and'51. Also' Four Splendid E..raYJaP.. "
I'I .... PUBLIC OFFICES.P0tt Fare 039. 50. whereby their surviving fannies may be secured assessed for 1859. at per" di"oa.1 list. Y Ca:- ,
Ojttti O. E LUmbisJ, PostMaster, Court rom the erils vf peaury.t' : Unless taxes snHr *penie*are paid before day of :'1.-Joiix Kjroxs.Txrxxm. WITH HUT }
Frost Charleston t. JVirw-Orkasi.vix Savannah,
,I of sale Scbti!
Pamphlets explanatory tW PdnciPof'Mutual ;Paiated If Leafs.
,Ebgrssed
iY House. aStmf9rGtrf daily at 9 A. x. By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles.By Life with B. CANOY sheriff and ex-off. it
insurance R 2.
< Oe, ,. B. ,A. Putnam '- and Western Railroad ,illustrating its advantages, -.RoztaanBox; PsiatedlyRatSenael'by .& ..
Central Railroai1. to Mann ,
f of Artillery forms applicationmay be obtaiued at the office or Tax Assessor and Collector s. f.c &ria.
r. l i;, veyor General,oa Hospital Street.Coraer to Barnesvllle 40.-By Stage to Opebka 100.: .
the Company Wall at., or of any of its agents. 3.-Mnn' Das4ija,Painted
Stret 61r'llraturjtmr ,
Lane and Hospital
Railroad to 65. By Steamer to Mo- ,
I By Montgomery -
Register of Public TRUSTEES, Tax Collectors Sale.BYrirtue trod'
LaRd O _;-A.fT.: Nods, bile ToNew.Orlesns 166.Total distance 1.032 'Bidh. 'I'
; Landt-Ofticet; the Court House; miles. Time 77 hours. Fare 50.MltlCELLANEOUS Jot B Collins DavW C Colden, of the Rower vested in me by law I 4.-CHXZSTUIU jun ECU CnriauaPdatrd ADIf
no. T. mU. Receiver office in Court 039.TABLE. Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, for sale before the Court House tisgt.rs,Baimclfr d
l 11 OUlIe. '" R H McCan'", Wm Betts, m the city of St. Augustine the first Monday of! And a copy of the 1
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Fare
Time.
I fudge of Prlate.. (G.Hwnphff.Judgt,)office Distances. Ered Winston, Joseph Blunt, Jan. 1853, the following described property or so Philadelphia Art Italoa ";
i Y To Athens, Ca., 221 m. 07,95 20 h. C W BetoISer'J
Fiber
G
Isaac Pearson
I House. much thereof as will pahe State and County taxes A
the Court monthly pamphlet,
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in Ij
II Circuit Court office in "ChatUBOOga, Tenn., 445 13,12 31 John, P Yelverton, Henry Wells, and the necessary due thereon. staining a report of tits j
Peter B. D..... Clerk expenses actions o(the Institution and iPs T* '
"Columba, S. C., 130 4.00 8 Theo Wm Moore rmatka oo the 1
Sedgwick ,
: the Court Hone. 600 third rate land assessed to the heirs ol subject' of the rUM
C. acres Arts. "
I "Camden S. 142 4,00 9
.. -.. Sheriff.and'Tax Collector,of- Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, the River THROUGHOUT '
Rafael C ct Sebutian Espinosa,above head of North THE WHOLE ,
{, : "Haraburjr, 8. C., 136 4,00 8 John H Swift Jon Miller WOSLD. q/
I heiu the Court House. lying partly In section 42, township 3, 8. B, -- oo-- '(
1 t ,Collect tj Cttsttns [John M" Hanson,' offieerr- ttMempbil,TeuD.for, either 740 of, the above 28,00Passengers places-lave John S M Cornell Wadaworth Robert David A Shuyler Comstock, range 29 east,and section 39, township 4 south,range The Art Union of Philadelphia 'awards Jl nJa.", '.
# Planters Hotel.' 29 east. Double taxed and advertised for non its own CartiCeates
I Charleston Railroad 10 o'clock with which
S C.
at
daily
by : GOUT M Wilkins James Chambers it- original
j rrptel..J Ciulo/... Ora Howard, office. In -, ment of taxes for 1860and 1851. Also ae a e works of An may purchased
A. M. I John V L Prnyn Joseph Tuckerman litany p.rotiiq U
Howard Bail tgaMarketruaree __ 1852 as per ".dditioaallilt. States, at the option and selection of the
t, /. H Sn'uMn. Judge U. S. Court Northern STATE OF FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT, \. Fred Charlea WhittleaeT .- Moses WiD-J Banker H GrtnneU.;; .. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day o! may obtain a prize at the 1AMnnai > q wnr
I District Florida, office ia the Court House.G. Ely, sale. ; .. Ii.'
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+ i G."R. Fairiatl Clerk U. S.: Court, office in EASTERN CIRCUIUT. ST. JOHNS John C Cruger Eugene Dntilh R. B CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off. Which take floes on tiedaymevery Dlnttlbutie East ..
COUNTY. Walter Joy Francis Lathrop tf LN Wt toad"
the Court House. and'
Collector
Tax Assessor s. J. c.
1 ,Deputy Marshal.. George I. Zehtibaur, office In Penelope M. R. Sumner. Compt. 1 |w jHAjrcitT, AJredPeU, J 0 Thatcher, June''36. 1853. THE EXECUTIVE Year. .
JOSEPH B. COLLINS President. COMMITTES 0?
. he Court House.. ; tar. .
) s for DiTor e.II -
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Morton C.ra&mDfT, Deft.5m S ISAAC ABIATT, Secretary. ART UNION Dj
Gad. Humphreys.-office in the Court House. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court Josxra BLCOT, Counsellor. Tax Collector's Sale. I When so reqaestet.' select worksof Art,witltsat..

-! Gee. Lf Phillip*, Notary Public-office on Bay by affidavit filed in this case, that Morton Cor- 0, R. FAIUAJXXS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. By virtuedf the power vested in me bylaw I.hall or compeasaUoB from their .-. !!!
street, I a little North of the Market and next doorto nish Humner the Defendant above named rrsideibe- Feb 16th. expose for sale before th.'Court House in FREE' GALLERY 210 CHESNOT' STR2STor /
the Post office. yond the Limits of the State of Florida* so that the the city of Aogustiae on the fitst Monday in those persons In the country who may lift ia,m A

, CITY OFFICERB.jMsfm ordinary process cf Law cannot be served upon him. JJOO t 1f8mil& m.8T October, 1859, the following described property, or mote from Galleries,or public exhibitions cubs ',
-Pfer C. Zylttre Therefore, on Motion of McQueen McIntosh, Esq. so much thereof ss will pay the State and county Fine Arts. '.
!' Laurence API.,} Solicitor for the Complainant, it is ordered, that notice AUGUSTINE, E. F. taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon. '

1'"AnaR,1; dean of the pendency of this suit be given, to the said ISO acres third rate land assessed to C. and G. Subscriptions jof membership, $S, shl4 be aa&f
+. JIdifil.jJN* en> Defendant, Morton Cornish Sumner,by publication THIS ESTABLISHMENT hay Clarke being the one half of one tract, the whole I as early as practicable, so as to entid mentbea't .
''B. 7. Qaitar.s j ;' .in "The Ancient City" a Public Newspaper publish .;; ing undergone Thorough! Repairs this tract was orginatly granted to C. and G. Clarke, early numbers of the ".Rtporterwlie.wilJ be&

I + Clerk.Ci" Council, Charles Hsager. office ed in the City of St. Augustine,ia the County and present season is now ready for the other hauls returned by Mr. Jacob Mickler south warded,upon the receipt of the: money.to any paaof ,
, : the Council' room. '! Circuit aforesaid, for the space.of three months requiring reception of Corn p!! FAMILIES AND of and bounding on bees creek being in section I the country. v.
"I I City Marshal and Cterh ./ the Market F. P. hint the said Defendant to appear and answer TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious 46, township 8 south range 30 east. Double taxed The Honorary Secret,'ties will give receipts 6r
F'etrrin.i* the Mid Bill or the same and the matters sod things Apartments. and advertised.for non pamenf of taxes for years sabscriptionsor remittance may be made to '

H i PORT WARDENS. therein alleged will be taken.a. Confessed. 1849. 50. and '51. Abu &ese&cd: for 1852, as GEORGF W. DEWEY
Ii /'. C.; Zruftt'1< CharU Hger J e. B. Potntr. And it is further ordered, that a.hearing bad in Hooras,. Airy, Glean and Ifeat- additional list. per C<<,ttpmuli7ftl; Beml"1lJth
, r this Case, at the next June Term of Said Court, to nets Itself, famished baudsomel jr.- f !310 Chesnut Strtst, hilaJelphta. t...
'I... AUCTIONEER. be bolden in and for St. Johns County aforesaid, at Bottling Wanting. Also, r, ". .
&*a. Center,F. P. Ferreira and J. A. Strischa. the Court House, in the said City of St Augustine. The House is well known as being re' ently ISO.acrrs land,being one half of a 300 acre tract TO POSTlSf ASTERS.
I > Given under my hand, at Chambers this'4th day Built, Expressly with a view to tbe accom- originally granted C- and G.L1arb,,he'oahu 150 POST OFF ALE STAMPS' -

MERCHANTS. ofFebruarr/A.. D 1852.'THOMAS odation or Invalids and others being entirely acres is returned by C. Mier aU of which b situated : nnd nipcd.Postmaster Pleassst GJ -.

Burlinjratne & Howk-Corner of (St. GeorgeAnd DOUGLAS, Judge &c. built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Fold- ,on Mantanzas river, being section 37. towruhip 9 J THE ,. Co. Maryland was the fine ptms lathe -
Treasury Lan A true copy from the original order. ing ;Doors, &c., which renders it Free from south, range 30 east. Double taxed and advertisedfor U. S. who conceived,and undertook exivsrinf
B rrtmfhtE.Carr. Wholesale and Retail- dealer ,P. B. DUMAS, Ckk, c. c. ST. JOBVS co. Dampness. Fireplaces Blinds to windows non payment of takes for yean 184960and. publish,the idea of supplying poet office,w.
r .f+GMt qoalitv Family, Orocrries-of a1! kinds( Uquorndtc. Fe....,28th. 1852 ,'opening on Piazza Promenade Two Also amneed for 1859.caper additional )list. I cheap stamps Al seam,. made by him are

., No.2 ,East side Charlotte Street, North Tax Collector's Stzk.By Hundred Feet. Protection from Rain. Cold Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of ranted 'equal or,..per'orJcoollkt the: ciprocured
i .vftheti'ublieignaie.t '* .. virtue of the vested in Winds&c., forming a desirable aET&Eii from sale. I at the Mine price, and whenever sat ai
In and Fancy Dry power me by law I.han I confinement all of R.B. TANOVA, f If'JifJ"and ex fficio out ia defective
<>rge ftart. dealer Staple for sale before the Court at reasons the year.- sent any way or aaaetidartoq,
roosts, ,West side of Charlotte street a few doors in the city of expose dt. Augustine on the first House of I The Housd is situated facing South in central Tax Aiscseor and Collector j.c. plicates. shall be forwarded, on notice, wtcJ.t,
Monday
e: South ,,Treasury Lane. October next, the following described position, and retired from other Dwellings.The June 6, ISH. charge. All who order. set of stamps,WIn ou*-T 1
.set* M. Wahenan. Wholesale and Retail dealer much thereof as will pay the State sad property taxesand or so House contains 46 Rooms with additional ron EATts, at Two Dollar only-(for thirty pieeeajf

ol1 Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the the necessary expenses due thereon county to wit: Parlours, Dining Setting Booms,and conveniences An Ordinance to explain certain parts cf an Ordinance shall be kept in stamps adlibitum.! Rc.*
Ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, AddreMPust JUaster, Pkwat Grore n-G .
Horses and Cattle fronn ,
in For prohibiting going .
408, acres being six parts of a tract of land assessed general Accommodation -e"'f;, .
I', Charlotte: !! street, Howard's Building. Ynes Gomes St. be at large within the City "f SU Augwtine. Co. Md.
Mites S. tt N. PiaU..,.. Dealers In Fancy to lying oa or near ths not surpassed.The *_!'" !
,Goods, Ate. opposite the Planters Hotel on' East Johns River being in Township 6 South Range 27 well earned Reputation this House Be it Ordained by the Maw and Aldtram of FORWARD '; 'd
4, 'rde of Charlotte street. East Section 10 of private surveys one seventh part has from Year to Year acquired will beth the City 0t.. Augustine, That the Ordinance, & TOWLB ,

Pedra Benet. Dealer Groceries, Provisions,&c. consisting of 83 acres is letnrned by Philip Gomes Proprietrea,lira. DAVIS aim to sustain 'and prohibiting horses and cattle from going at large ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITOR j
c I corner of Cons and St. George street. i Double taxed and' advertised for non payment of for the liberal Patronage heretofore she returns within the city of St. Augustine, be so construed as IN CHANCERY. i
F. :'J. Q&.isdr. Watch maker and Jeweler, on taxes for year, 1850 and '51. Also assessed for her thanks. to subject such horses and Cattle on.y within hereafter ..
1852 ss per"Additional List. described boundary to s fine, that are found at ) A BJmB .
George srreet. nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. The Table will be supplied with choicet i
t TAS*. NeUJH. Retailer, of .Boots, Shoes, Caps, Unices taxes and expenses ,paid before day of Game, Oysters, Turtle Fish, Ducks. Venison, large within the City vis: Within the City Gates TLOXIPA. ,1! .

Hats and Dry Goods, east,side of CbarleUee.: street, sale. Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time South, and the lot ot the U.S. St. Francis Barracks WM. A. FORWARD, | SIMON, TQWtlLate
corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off. our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or North, and within ', part of the liver on the Eastside of St Augustine, East. Florida. ** '

Lawrence Andreu. Tailor, Charlotte. street, Tax Assessor and Cullector,.s. J. c more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this I to any part of the Western shore ,of Maria -=;
omrlhe, Fort. July,34,1852. House. Sanchez Creek of said City. FROM JACKSONVILLE, .' J x:;,
Jahn Ui... Boot maker, Charlotte street near Passed in Council 11..17, IB52.
the City Hotel. TO L&RGE PLANTERS. Horses, Carriages Ponies Guns Fishing EMANUEL J. D& MEDIGES. For Enterprise and Hellonville-' 't'

} Michael Nelligan-Cabinet Maker, Charlotte Valuable Tracts of.Iaad for Sale. Tackles..; ,Boats for Excursion&c. :MaJor Pro Tem. LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS ..-' ',;
Very Respectfully, :
.lrretIM low Hall. Attest
John Manuey Tetrpennce, Black Smith and Gun Smith, near THE .subscriber for sale as Agent of the several owners PROPRIETRESS. CBAS. fixers Clerk of the Council. THE Steamer 8A5AH' SPALDING > 'J!
of the valuable
till'! North Gate of the City. some most, lands ___ newly fitted ap,will resume bet frfPkt }f-
in East '
Florida to wit : IV. B.-It Is the wish of the Pro trips for the above places oa Wednesday, t&* Nt
U ordinance to amend an Ordinance
800
valuable
acres hammock
land ofFlem-
I Bowlingley.?. Liquor and Refreshments, b rF. West prietress that the Servants attached prohibiting Horses and insc. touch sag at all the intermediate IUdigf3J
known
the Gibbs
ington a* Land.in Marion Co.,
Bridier. Ci.y Hotel. i to the House should be civil attouti within will continue punctually to leave every WdaSabtimornivg {-
1100 Cattle Iron going at large
acres near the Alachna Savanna, known as .tbeV.. 8.
1 of Refreshments ve and at o'clock, connecting with
Philip Gnu Retailer Liquors the Carey Grant. obliging. tbe City of St. Ansnstlne.Be't I ..?
&e., Charlotte street, opposite BridierV Bowling Mall steamers to and from Hatssnahepgsgemems. Fwh .
| ordained the and Aldermen of
1400 acres in San Febsco Hammock near New- by Mayor ,
Alley. : ; I nansville.! known. the Lawton Lands. 'DR MICHAEL AND OSGGOD'S the City of St. Avgustine, That it shall also or psssage BISBEE apply OB,&board Co. i '!lr /
FERNANDEZ
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\ Several thousand -a. EDGING be the City Marshal, to to the
for
I ,. acres good and in the Arre- MACBIIf E. lawful report
.
,! STAGE OFFICE I dondo Grant.. mUE adel'lliped' hare been appointed agentsof Mayor, the owner or keeper of any horse, mare, Jan.10,1852. ;f.r'

Office I ej Ito Pie.l.,.. Nail$I." BriJicr', City 7000 ama oh Halifax River, South of St. Augustine .a: the owners of his invention,and would recom- gelding, colt or mule, sad also any cow, heifer, &-CO'SI ;

BoteL1. ,known as the Bulow Pjantation having 800 mend it to Contractors, Companies, or Individuals, bull, ox or calf found running at large within the ADAMS
CHURCHES.Cttholic r : acres of open bind suitable for cane and cotton. who are about doing work of the following description the City of St. Augustine ; contrary to the provisions 17
: And several other bodies of hammock bad on ,rim: of aa "Ordinance, prohibiting horses and
,. Z RiaraN Church. North side Monumea: navigable waters. Extensive drainage of Swamps., Marshes, and Sugar Cattle from going at large, within the city of St.
t qusre.EpitnpalChtreh.. The titles are undoubted aDd terms low--Apply Plaatatfons. Augustine." -,
South side Monument square. to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS Building Levees around Plantation or Towns, Passed in Council February 7th, 1859. I'

1 Prtm Church.. i;On 8t. George street, Feb 23,1859 St. Augoatin-,Flotldt. Opening Channel way and mooring Ban at the E. J. te MED1CE3, Mayor Pro Tem. "<' ''''

.. South of thetouare.Methdit month or Rivers and Harbor Attest, NEW YORK tai
.r \ pieeplChurh. St. George street, Bjr Schr. Florida now discharging Butter, Making Canals through.Swamps,marshy or sandy CHAS.. ,HAAGERc. c. tan ,L/f/
r ae art,the Magnolia House Lard.Crncker4'orkl Hams,Bacon,shoul- ground.Deepening. ------ NEW' ..LE&" : < :
water around Wharves and Billiard Table and Ten Pia'AHe.At .
Piers, \" .
BXP&S8 8. ,
TERMS OF. COURT EASTERN CIRCUIT. usualkept Keeping open channel way through Lakes and ill, the Magnolia Retreat,open throughout!th* ., ''. >f.
\\i,. OF FLORID, vent removing Rafts or sunken Logs, tearing ep day and .Evening. : .
arxiM fxxx. Veotli Powder JEce.Dr. Roots of Trees, etc. ; New sag ao48tf 8. MIRANDA. t :'--YorJr. o i3'1.If.inIL.
For the Counties of Oran and St. Lode, at Mel- Cleveland's Tooth Powder, English To persons desirous,improving waste Lads by 18, IS & f Wa n
onville, on the first Tuesday In April,and OB the TOf.tbbruhea.CoJope WaterFrench Soap. drainage this mackin can be be recommended as.the NOTICE. Hartford, (X :
third Tuesday, before then first Monday In November. Camphor Soap, Honey Soap.,assorted PeriumestPhtlieome only one adapted ail the purpose n oesssry- 18 HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditors Heirs, fit State at., New Hann.Ct.16xllttltlmoreat. ",'
I ineach and every year ,Oil,Bears Oils toilet Powder,fine Sponge, To those who are building or repairing Canals, or Legatees, & others. interested in the Estate of: .,/ Bahlroore.Washingtoo.. t
For the oo&aty Pataam,at PiUika,second ,Toes- Hair Dfe, Lose Water, Military Shaving Soap, drains It, wilt, be found cf immense value,aa it will Henry Kloaae late of dt. Johns County deceased, Pennsylvania Atf.'- "
day ia ApriL" Straps, Brushes, Rage".Perromary, :Jockey Crabb! deepen the Canal, andat the same time form an em- that on the expiration of six Months from the date ; 7 Fourteenth st.,[ aichmoDdjV..
,
hereof I will the of
Probates
to Court for
; i For tbe county of Marioaat Ocala, fourth Mondayof i. &c. Also, an assortment of Roger's it" Worten. bankment or letee. apply the 84 Washington, BoItI 11. ,
of St. Johns aforesaid for final
County a settlement :
bom's and Bath This machine is used with either
Aprf4E Cutlery, Fancy note letter Paper, horse or steam 73 Camp'st., Now OrJeanl. .
rorths' co1lnti..of Alachna and Levy,at News at retail by B SCAA&. power which can be Increased to any extent. of my account thereof.*with said Estate, and a. discharge aa -

?n .-isville, f first Monday in May. Jfo/29 They an now la saecrss&l operation ia all parts of administrator- FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr. b hereby aiTtn to all penna having.fc.1'Nodce

tf'or the Coat of Columbia, at Alligator, oa ,the he county,and may be seen at Char estut,South Caiotiaia St. Attgasdae February aisf 1852.NOW a+e tact..des of saran F. ferftu+ **\
(too dMoadtf cfMay.i BY virtue ot the power vested tai: me by law I ; Navy Yard Peasoeola;and ooihe Canal be- I ceased, to present the amt within time: jws i, ;
i For the coscty of Nasssa, at Nassaa C. H.:,on the expose for ale be'ere the) Court HOBS tween Galveston and San Louis.By I Openlnf-ora.., Lemons, Ap by Jaw or such claims will forrver be barred (, ..
Wadeesdayke&M the foartaMoadayia May. door at Mellonville on the first Monday of 'Augist ,application to J, 85SECOR. Esq., oar A gen- P&tatoesPraaes, Pea Nuts, assarted T. BANCHEZ, fQfIIdpS I"..
; For tba county of Dan, at Jackscaville, on the next the following described tracts of bad or so' at Mohjle for the States of AfrMma and Florida Preserves,Confectioaay, Sept Liquors. &C. April 3d 1",. <
ourthMcadsy cfMay. ; I I much thereof. w'll pay the taxes due thereon the drawing of the machine can be seen,with information March 27 .8. E. CARL '
I ; of Florida aad of auto the cost,etc, e GU, tike.-Ta! ow Ca8d'--'
For the County of St Johns, tt St Augusdae, Stats Co-asty Orange for the year CaBell& '
13th 1851 stblla Eteetlnss .--Prfvate Room.,Shan Sperm Brown Soap, Liasecd Oil, -
" oa the secoad filrcday ia Jens I 1851,to wit ; July. .' P
w.iUt no. I I I 75O acres of Land in Tnmbull swamp, belong, I GILBERT do 8ECOR,New YoSchr. Rooms for temporary purposes, always ia Adaaastiae. Caadkf.Staiea,White Lead, Wp. .
I 1 Forthsoeu tiles of Onsge sad St. Lode. Tuesday ing or supposed to belong to Wm G Foot. retuned readiness at the Magnolia Retreat. ash Pamis,at. mail by .
NOT 29 ao48tf S. Mareaa' gCAU
MIRANDA. B. :
befors the fintMbrndavofNovember.Fort2ts A Putnam.
Benjamia FLORIDA -
I I by dart from New fork 90 J ,- e wotIee

6 ece irtiM tty, of first Patera, at Pibtka, the second :.I I Also 350 acres belonging.or'abppoeed'to belong !? Hay K *>bs| Floor, 6 bhds.,Sugar, Notices.otiee Notb.. .
Tuesday MotwUy November. f- 1 retained William Ifibbls. rackera,60 sacks Salt 1IJ b hereby given that six weeks
For the of St. Jobjfa to Chariot T Cohen by A Por- ,and 124 pack after date. herebyen that six weekii asiarLwi.L ?
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County oa the first Monday pea to B. E. Carr 10 boxes G. ,. I will apply to the Judge of Probate of SL John
S j&JiOTTCBlPCo I ward. : Hurt, Sundry ,. I will apply to aM Hon J cf Proiww G h'
For the **aty or Nu.u Thursday.before the i Also, SEX acres be1an gang or supposed to.beloeg I packages to Burlingame & Hawk, and others.TAX County ; for Letters of Administration on tats Estate Johns 'CouatyfiMr letters ol AdJoiab itSc so tk 11
Martin B Putnam Nicolas Saaehes a minor Jats of said County deceased. Estate of td'sid.Caa'
'i thud Moetl.elNoftlDMr. to Robert retarDed ty A Nieaks 8s. asx a niaor,lots

J'orthe county of Daval, -n'the third Msadayof J SIMPSON. Sheriff and Tax'Collector, o. q COLLECTORS BLANK DEEDS for. MAURICE ty deceased. '
Nsvrmbtr, i' Jan 31st, 1852 I at this Office. St. Angostia Jane 26th 1853. BANCHE8. BARTOLO roBC
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St. Augustine July,3d 1653.
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'It ll1e,ulr ,.o..j; county o| Marion: oo the rrMC't. .'f.Y. "
V *'4i'lIlloUL 1Ua On' St. George St'Mth r \( I December, 'j [ \ j : ? :; : ; : : j ff ::9KtOo. I y rirtae .othe.powIr.veste4In me by law by the I I and CJG* door fcorth off the Methodit For the ccanties of klacluia and Lerf,,tD the sec 31C THAI.. LIFE' IJfCIlASCE- ,D shalL expose for sale before the Court House ". PeBssjlT&iaia. ,1r.j -
tf! Pi'lrlo Square .1 a TOE a, Augustine,, the first Monday'of PROMOTION 6F
i in December in thecilr0 on FOR THE THE '"'
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Church. : !
I FloridtJ -/fontf. On Tie* "pane,North of Forthe county of: Cotembla. (ion,pi thir4l\I pel.,, .NEW YORK-NQ.35 WALL St., I: January much,thereof 18& the as ,wilt following pay the.described State and property, coanty.fbr'taxes'and ..orso '8RTS'" ., OP ?f0yrjgSTATES 'rB8'd., :

the Public! tfqnweCttftftlel. ,. I,. ", ttS/biaufct c4ath r .11JET Accumulated FundtJNot. lst,.1849, 8900I."t the due therroff.f 1111ITED, : "II ..'. .
St. Aagasti necessary expenses '
at -
aDd Sueetlad.ora few Court -
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t>i{ Charlotte Bay 'The, f OOO.wcurely invested in Bendssod Mortgages .. = 1 t'
'.'' ,I I :L. .. I third rate land 5SC$5"4 to Sautes T 9 f E.B.B" :
couth East of the. PubUe Square first Monday in April onrea} estate,in thiacity and.Brooklyn, apd stocks I 8639,acres I i f' ;":_
PLgNbsLIot1i .p. f arlotte,.Slreet and Trea$- ''f TIE \yLLLEWI._ of the State. and 'City of New York and United i,Ro D. bC. Ucillua .I..bq.4'io: t States Government. don 45,township 12 south, range 28 east. DoaLfoJaied Vice.Prui4Ew ,:. Mctcnxxx 2Vt> .-

uryT44tIF Florida"Uou"; t'it:'..If .i ; F, t j.,"II' !. ROUTES. FROM, .HAJILESTON q. .. This fond Is rapidly increasing by a widely.extended and adtertyed for Doll payment oft es for mr.& H. Btrn.U.&cor Seceta ;f
B.,,' 1 and prosperous ba ," ,the je r 1851. assessed for 1852 as pet-.Additional ,coza!W. zty1 C.rreig&e. ; _
Faffs ,OniMvOeorge .Street, a .few doors Jose Cbluit It 1'i'.rk, Leaving dilly at The.Company d&aredldI'ridendo, profits of fiftytwo List. ; --o j 3 ,
I Mist .I ;; .. By..Steamef to Wlmingtoa 180 Ui-less and expenses-ire paid before day of : MANAGERS 'f
5IJutlof\be, oS\ ." Uo. 'I' :3i3 o'd ck M, .. percent on all existing policies the 31st taxe3 ; .
&tre\I. .cornu, r"1ta.y aba milesv 'ttailroa4 ,to Weldon,I6i. miles. -To pe- .i./. sale John Samin Charles '
O. ,:T pJ. \fa. "L LV (1' U. Ii if By Acqoia Creek January: 1848 ; -' Sheriff and Toppan,James 3, nmauesf J"
SS. rTo CANOVA, officio
3.-To Richmond divided R. B. ex Chariea.Maealester E. '
l' lenburg AU ibe Profits are nmosfftbe H. Butler Henry-S.Patter
Gar Jen atr. ,
Washington 55rBy Railroad to( Tax Ass uor and Collector,a./. e. f *.l .
DOCTORS 7i--By Steamer to iBsared son,M.D.,Charles GL lsad.W'.w..mD..Ln.. ,
TJod. F. IPee&s, Ofioe, aikt* Dwellio B Jloaseon Ball 4O.-To jPbiladelpbia 93.-To New.York The premiums are payable in cash annually sem- June 6.1853. 1sJohD,8tewartu.; Ein -.,Cope. M..
.,. \ 87. distance 771''miles.Time 60 boon. Fare 'added.on the ... ,
(I'.ri.lgc; ,S' Street, Total Annually or (marterly; intcres beiflg Cottectar &Ie.B'Y F-d..i11 P.Mkcbdfl.John S. ,n A. Lt .:5'
Si George Tax, .
Office on \ i ,
fcw/J.)e doors*.J?*.North B. Pek/f the Court fyu&e* .. $20.The "Southerner (Steamship) leaves Charleston deferred. The cash p.rmeDti.principle. adopted' by this Company semes -: : "rirtae of: tbepowe: rested; ,ia me by .law I _James L.Cbjdiora. ; j;
n : sale before the Coon House ia EYe:, TEZcmber. for l&a :
'the 37th ApriJ.o'c1ock''P' x. tor /
ear'II1I.11
DRUGGIST. every tenth day after to the parties for whose benefit,the insurances ,. expose ..
1 Charlotte &a .Uoom) $35. the city of St. Augustine oa the first Monday of "' recetrefforeach Soi, riptioa of Fir -,,' '
Pi 1 6' Zyltlra. Cbejniat 4D.ru eat. Thro in 60 hours. Fare ( I are eft ted, the whole of the advantages, without ?*' {
: From .CharUtton to PAi! bLit.. i_:_ If a ves Charleston every other Saturday 4 o'clock premium notes., so'moclf'thereof as win pay the State and county for HUNTLNGTC. 'S dHRiaTIANA AND' HEgfclm .

tAWYhR: : ,. M.-through in 60 hoars. Fare $20. Persons may effect insurance on their. ownjivesand tix and necessary expenses doe thoreoa. /.fII: CWLDREH.- ,
B.-B. -K/i. Counsellor, at'Law-office on. .Ar-iUeiyLane. From CkttUttt* t.New.Orle&.. Leaving daily the lives of others. ''A married woman can in- One Towing Lot to the city of St. Augnsttne owner I',10SBPB ANDREWS.
-, ,w i q at 1Oclock&.X. By i 8. CL Railroad to Avgosta.136 core the life of her husband,the benfitn.of mhich arc unknown situated en MarIn street 'adjoining AND, THE COMPANION, .
and jDdunceilor Railroad t Atlanta 171.-By ofherelfor chil lot of A. W. 'Swioney, and leading therefrom direetly '. .
tl, A: PLLnam4 Attorney; miles. -By Georgia secored by law for the exclusive use Aprfat ofjiofi* )LERO1Earavej DRIUJL.yI .
PicotoUi it/eetf "'wGeofffl Macon and Western Railroad to Griffin ;42.-By dren. south id a lot t>f Francis P. Saaefaez returned by b,.A..H.BIXCB1B. N. t.>
Jl Law,office, Attoriey'tei'CouBsellorstce to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to, Montgomery salaries I'eterB eL' Double taxed and advertised for non Or the choice of two of the fa rerL
/ralrUnW.4 Stage aay .
Clergymen and all others.dependent upon Jo.iq ..
., 1849 50 and ,
"* ; :Mobile'33I.To New-Orleans payment of taxes for years $!< Also
to Four ,
:. la the Coan'lIoa, 65:By Steamer are specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource : .Splendid EngrayJp
li :
1W "additional
for 1853 t.
_- --- r Total distance 1,006 miles. Time 123 hours. assessed as per p.
166. securedrom YiZ :
FUBL1COFTICF ;'M 'Fare 039. 50. : .the whereby evils penury.their surviving kmiles may be Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day, of 1. JOBS Knoxs IimxTuw wnra M..uT(11:1UOP.M'S4 ''If

'Post Master Court 1'Thw.OrjemaSYZ' Savannah, of Mutual sale, .. \ i ;Paiatd h Levtxe Evgnved _
G. E. Llarabiss from Ckarlettonto r.mphletluplanatol'J of principles ly Send
1 t_ ,Post'' .QDICC.< 1 I daiiyat9 A. x. By Steamer' avannah 140 miles.By Life Insurance,and illustrating its advantages, with ;R. CANOVA,sheriff and ex-off 2.-RCTB lap BOA,Panted Sy dinul, S5.
L. GeturaTt Office. B. A. Patnajn Sur- Central Railrotf Macon Western Railroad forms.of application.may be obtained at the office oi 'Tax Assessor and Collector., a.J...QtTa& $1 &T'.43*. .. ,

Snrvtynr General,on Hospital Street,corner .f Artillery ''to BarnesviUe 4L- By Stage to OpelnkalOO.By .- the-ConiDanv.35Wallst.,_ u __ _. or_ of'anr- of Ira agents._ 3-.-Man's Dilut.PainUd 09 Hnzuutn._--n.E,4' -
t '.)o and oepital Street. i' v Railrosd to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer Mobile UoO' TRUSTEES, Collectors Sale. "41'RiUIU. "' : f-

J Land tir Office.-A. T* Noda Register of. Public 331.-ToNew-OrUana 166.Total distance, l/)32 Jos.B Collins David C Colden ,BYYi of the power rested ia'me- by law I 4.-owm.uu.IJD, BU UrPdiaWl&a..ii

LcnJ* -o5Hce l in the Court tIo.K.' :; -- .,5TAot. mites. Time.77 hours. Fare $39. 50. Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, for sale before the Court House ti.n,rtrHtllr A.;
T. Jtumli. Receiver office in CoartHouse. MISCELLANEOUS TABLE R H McCon'y, Wm Betts, m'thedtyofSuAvgnstineon the tint Monday of And a copy of the I- ,< ,,:

; .' Distances. Fare Time. Ered Winston, Joseph Blunt, Jan. 1853, the;following described property .or so Philadelphia. Art Ualou Repertefw
judge of lYvtaf. (G. Humphrey's Judge,),jfl'jce To.Athens, Ga., 221 m. $7,95 20,h. C W. Faber Isaac G Pearson, .', much thereof as will pay the State and County tax A monthly pamphlet,containing report of the tna *

[' in the Court Home.CelerC. "Chattanooga Tenn., 445 13,12 31 John P Yelverton, Henry'WeHs es and The ne earj expenseadue thereon, actions the lol tatioD. and information cell* -
D.".*. Clerk Circuit Court. oQkt in "Columba, S. C., 130 4,00 8 Theo Sedgwick, Wm Moore, 5OO acres third rate land assessed to the heirs of Subject of the Fine Ana. -. A '

thejCourt ilooae.Rafatl CamdenS.C.. 142 4.00.9 Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, t Sebastian Espinosa,above the head of North River THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD !
l. P. Camttvi. Sberiffaad TAX Colleciof.of- "Hambnrt, S. C., 136 4/K 8 John H swift, Jona Miller, lying partly in section 42,.township 3, S. R. 00 _-_. -.q j'
ice ItttheConrtffoue. "Memphis,Teun., I 740 28.00.- John Wadaworth David A Comstock, range 23 east,and section 39, township 4 she thrauge The Art Union of Philadelpnia awards *
John M. Hanson,offices, for either of the above* places leave S M Cornell Robert Shuyler 29 taxed and advertised priartf
Collector of Cutlotnt Passengers east. Double for non pay its own Cartiicatesr with which original \a"t
" F1n'erlIot1. Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad, at 10 o'clock Gouv M Wilkins James Chambers ment of taxes for 1850and 1851. Also assessed for works of Art may be purchased fas any psrts/d 't'

lutpeetfr of Customs Ore. Howard" ,, office-' iD i. x.STATE. John, V L PrafD' Joseph Tnckerman, I I 185 2 as per"additional States, at the option and selection of thepnaotf..
Howard Buildings, Market square. Fred Whittlesev. Moses H Grinnell. Unless taxes and are paid before day o! myotaaprizeatthe
-- -- expenses _
.
.' I__ 1 toI ( .n..t. 1nrtiThvi OF FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT Bunker; 'I '. ,
Bro.IOJI. JUUge u. w. '"T' -""-- Cbarlea Ely, Wm J ; I sale .Annual Distribution '
Ilii'ricfof Florida. office in the Court House. .EASTERN CIRCUIUT. ST.' JOHNS John C Cruger' Eugene Dntilh, R. B CANOVA, Sheriff and,ex-off. 'Which' taker place on,the gvening o/thelastfal&- '

G. K. P irk b" Clerk U, 8. .Court., .:office. .in, COUNTY. Walter Joy, Francis Lathrop, Tax Assessor and Collector, s. J. c. doom every Year. .
dte Court Hoase. M. R. Sonjner Cojnpt 1 Alfred PeU, J 0 Thatcher, June 26 1852. EXECUTIVE
rl1a1. GWei. Zelinba-r. office in Penelope .Ijf CBAKKT, JOSEPH B. COLLINS President. THE. COMMITTEE ,OP,S.
.M ,
Depute
U. Bill for Divorce. AttT UNION-, .
,
] ISAAC ABBATT, t5ecret '111
..). Morton Conmh&imner.Deft., ry. .. Tax Collector's Hale. When
works
?UrlJUSTICES OF THE PEACE. ,so requestet,8eleet of, witMaletalit
to the satisfaction of the Court JOSEPH BLUNT, Counsellor. T..W
... in the Court House.CM It appearing TPY virtue of the rested in law I ;: or compensation, from their .
Gad. Humphreys.- office by amdivit filed in this case, that Morton Cornish G. R. FAIXBASXS, Agent. St. Auguatlne Fla. power me by 'uu*
] L; 1'1iUipl, NotaW PubUcrf ce on Bay Sumner the DeeDdaDboye named,resides beYOnd FeblSth. .LP 1 shall expose for sale before tbrCourt House in i i FREE GALLERY, 310.CHESNUT, 'a&rJ". '

.1 I' Sreet, a little North;of .fce.Market' .",.an Dnt door the Limits of the State of Florida, so that the the city StrAugustine on the fitst Monday in vor' those persona in the country .who may.Kre .or, ;
;"., tt. thy '* office. ordinary process of Law,cannot be served upon him. _m 1 1iU r October 1852, the following described property, or : mote- from call riett..or public exhibitions* of lisa, ..
CITYOi'ICEft. much thereof ss will the State and I Fine Arts.
I so pay
McIntosh county ,
Therefore on Motion of MeQu tn Esq. ST. E. F. ." ,..
./,'?,-Ptter c.'ZlIer., I" Solicitor for the Complainant,Jlh ordered, that no- AUGUSTINE taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon.
S .btureiiee Adreu\ ; ; lice of the pendency of this suit be"g'lTPn. to the saidDefradant 150 acres thjrd rate land assessed to (?. and G. Subscriptions! of ra-mb t hip SS'.ahld. be,is;
1'zulAraasi, \ Aldermen.fi. Morton Cornish Scunner,by publication TIllS ESTABLISHMENT hay Clarke being the one half of one tiact, fhe whole as early as practicable., so as to members.,
.' e Mcdicb. I'I'cirftf'IS'cit in "Tbe Ancient City" a Public'Newspaper published .; ; fag undergone Thorough Repairs this tract was orginaily granted to C. and G. Clarke early numbers of the Reporter," this wilt biwarded '

in:the City of St. Augustine, in The County.and present season is now ready for the other half Is returned by Mr. Jacob Mickler south ,upon the receipt. of the money, to aayj'.
,: Council, Charles Haager, office Circuit aforesaid, for the space of three months requiring reception ot Company. FAMILIES AND of and bounding oa Alojes creek being in section of the country. ': M.

ai the Council room. !I Market F. P. : him theaaJd DefcadajH to appear and answer TRANSIENT BOAHPERS pan hare spacious 46, township 8 sooth range 30 eajt.. Doable taxed The Honorary Reentries wM gfv* receiptfc
Ci/y Marshal .ad CLerk of the the Mid Bill or the1 same and the matters ajvi ihlogs Apartrnents, and, advertised for non payment of taxes fur years eubecriptioos.oriruiittanee mar be made to vv i4'

ieareiraI j, therein alleged wilt be taken as Confeaaed., I JfH9/O. and '51. AU assessed for 1632, as per GEOHGPIV: DBVVEYi
I Clean and lYcat
: Booms. Airy ,
PORTWAUDBKS. And.it-is further ordered, that a, bearing had in JJitioaal list.acres. Curre/ponding Secntorfi
.a.P. .
.. ; ? itself furnished
/ .
I I'. C. Chjtt.*:'ilaat& Juoe to ness" liaucUoniely. 210 Cacsnut Street -
I' ZflhaIto4 4hU .b net :rm FaitLConrt[ ; foibluS WSflhIra.The .t..b, Philadelphia.q
-
-s--- Jrhua at --- iI
I be holden in and for St. County aforesaid, -
: AUCTIOHERR. the Court House in the said City"ol rft A.2 IIouKis ,well known as being re ently 1$0 land being one half of a 300 acre tract roi'osTlrtsTEns.
rJ.l. Center,F, P. Ferreira and J. A. Stnacha.MERCHANTS. Given under my hand at Chambers, this 4th day Built, Expressly with a view to the accom- originally granted to C- and G.Clarke the other 150 POST OFf'IC..E STAiIPL -

.. of February, A. D. 1852.THOMAS odation of 'Invalids and others, being entirely acres is-re turned by C. &lier.n, of which is situated nn H E'undersigoedtf Postmaster at Pleasant .Garni j

DOUGLAS, J dgf'. &c. built jof Wood, with Rooms connecting Fold. on Mantanza river' being section 37. township 9 JL Allegheny Co Maryland was the first permlla
'Htinnm &' Uowk.-Corner of St. George A true corY from Ibe original order. ing Doors, &c., which renders it Free from south range 30 east. Double taxed and advertised' the U s who cGPct'ind.aod undertook extea-tveV

ni d Treasury Lube.fltrrougii P. B. DUMAS, Clerk, c. c. nJOHKS co. Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows for non payment of taxes for years 14950tnd 61. to pubH i, the idea of supplying all post offices wui,
Wholesale and Retail1 defttt'rul Also asrs8ed for 1852.as per additional list. sianipa All made by him are ,
R. Curt. FeH.28ih, throl1 opening on Piazza Promenade Two cheap ; stamps w.|
tir. t quality Family Groceries_ of al kinds._ "' LJ-_L 1852Tax Hundred Feet. Protection from Rnin, Cold Unless taxes and expenses- are'-paid before day- ofsafe. ranted equal .or superior to any other that oa sjjf
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'l1'6, &.; No.2 East side Charlotte Street, nonn Collector' zie.ni Winds&c. forming a desirable IETJEAT from "' procured at tne nm$ price and wneaerer any arsisent '
of the LLiUeequare. : Y virtue of the power vested in me by lattr I R. B. CANOVA Sieriffand ex officio but in any way defective or unsatisfactory.plicales .I. '
?:('o,-ge flurt. ix-aler' in Staple and Fancy Dry P shall expose for sale before the Court Housein confinement at all seasons of the year.- Tax Assessor snd Collector J.c shall be forwarded on notice, witho ,
ItI.,&h. tVeat ride; of Charlott? street a' few doors the city of du Augustine on the first Monday of The House is situated facing South iu central June 26, 1852. charge. All who order a set of stanipy.WITH ou.i.ttroaBATES

Si.uih >Treasury Lnne. October taext.the following described property or so position, and retired from other Dwellings. at Two Dollar only-.(fur thirty pkwsjh

i >rfTrajan.. Wholesale and Retail dealerM much thert-of' wil pay the State!) and county taxes The House contains 45 Rooms with addition An Ordinance to explain certain parts of an Ordinance shall be kept in stamps a'Jlibituio.AiWnta ,- _
IH,)' Coodaaod :Groceries. Grocery store on theIr and the necessary expenses due thereon to wit: al Parlours, Dining, Selting Hoomsand conveniences prohibiting Horses and Collie from go. "Post J/aster Pleasut GroTe.A'ur aq ..

und floor of tie City Hotel-Dry Goods Store 409 acres being six parts"of a tract of land as.- in general For Ajcajmuiodaliuv can- ing at large within the City *f SL Augustine Co.ifd _- ..;f
Cfaadnut$ street Howard1* Building.t sessed to Ynes -Gomez, lying on or near th! St. not surpassed. .
:a/iW & I N. PlaU. Dealera in Fancy Johns River 'being in Township G oath Range 27 The! well earned Reputation this House 132-i: Ordained by the Slayer and Alderman of ;.

I {iioods &c. opposite the Plaolcrs Hotel op Last East Section 10 of private surveys one seventh part has from Year to Year acquired will be tb.ProprietrcssMrs. the City of St. Avgtstine That the Ordinance FORWARD & TOWLE
s
tiitlt Charlotte sireet. consisting of 83 acres is leturned,by Pbibp Gomes DAVIS aim to sustain, and prohibiting horses and cattle from going at large ATfORNEYdi. AT LA\V' AND SOLICJTOi -
rf Jn* &ne*. 'Dealer'Groceries, Precisions,4e. Double taxed and advertised for non payment of for the liberal Patronage heretofore she within the city of St. Augustine, be so construed as IN CUANCERT.r
returns .
fimer of Cuna and St. Georg street. taxes for yean, I860 and '51.. Also ftaseased for her thanks. to subje such horses and Cattle tm.y within here- .
V. 1Jr Qcincy. Watch maker and J**' ". on 1852 as p-r"Additional J. .. *fer described boundary to. a fine that are found at r t\rI..f3B1mJ, -
..GtH.igfrreet.(( nearly opposite office of Dr. I eck. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of The Tuble will be supplied with chotcct large within the City. viz: Within the City Gates r LOU DA.WM. .
77/0*. ATtlu Retailer of Boots Shoes Caps, sale. Game, Oysters Turtle Fish Ducks, Venison, South and the lot of the U.S. Su Francis Barracks A. TOWIL
1J.tnnil Dry Goods, east side Charlotte street R. B.CANOVA Sheriff and ex-off. Turkeys and Shell Fish which at this ticna North and within any part of the liver on the Eastside Late of St FORWARD Aupputine, East.| SIMON Florida. '
Lane. our Rivers and Forests abound Two of the Western shore of Maria _
corner of Charlotte etrt' and Treasury Tax Assessor and Collector, s. I. c or to any pan
&"Drt.e, Andrt" Tailor, Charlotte' street, July, 3J. 1852. more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this Bane hex Creek of said City. FROM JACKSONVILLE -
Fused Council May 17.1JMANUEL .
Fort. ,
nenrlhe
'
John Vrina. Boot maker Charlotte street near TO LAKGE PL411TElt8. House.Horses, Carriages Ponies Guns, Fishing J. Da-MEDICES. For Enterprise and Jiellonrilk-)

\If, City Hotel. ? .' "LIo._ Tackle,Bouts for Excursion.&c. Mayor Pro Tern. LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS. .
, Michael NetliganCabinet- Maker, vnanoiutrrftbtlow .- Valuable Tracts of Land far Sale.IIV. Very Respectfully. Attest "

.; Tenvrance Hall.Juhn subscriber as Agent of the several' owners PROPRIETRESS. Cuu. thou, Cle1k of the Council. niHE Steamer 'SARAH SPAlDING hi ".:

M Ru. .Slack Smith and Gun Smith, near 1' ofTen (or sale' some of the moat valuable landsIn M. been newly fitted up, will resume her reithr

; this North Gate of the City. East Florida, to wit : If. B.-It It Ole wish of tbe Pro An ordinance to amend an Or trips for the above places OQ Wednesday, the 14b
o 8UO acres valuable hammock landWest ofFlem- prielrcfts tBmt the Servant* attached prohibiting horses and inst., touch lag it all the intermediate landiag _

tfoitlintHef.. Liq9r mad KejremeU' by ln lon, known as the Gibbs Lands Marion Co.,. to tile Douse should be civil, attentive Cattle from iolnx at large within will eontinue punctually to- leave every WednesiytuorniPg
I F. Urulier C-.y Hotel.' i H 00 acres near the Alacbua! Savanna, known, as and obUlflulI.I the City of II& Ausmstluc.Be at 90'clock. connecting with the It ".
1 Philip Gome". Retailer of Llqnor*. Refrerhntenls, the Garey Grant. I it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of Mail slfamerstoand from tiarannah. k'or4bt. ,.
icT, Charlotte street, f>i,pwtte Uridiers Howling 1400 acres in dan Felasco Hammock near New. I the City of St. Avgvstinefrhm it ahull also. agagetnenf or patMgr. apply on board,or to
the Lawura Lands. CARMICHAEL AND OSGOOD'S be the Martha) FkRNANVLZUISliL & Co,4gmnti.Jan.10 .
Alley. I nanxville knwn as lawful for City .to report to the
'- -- .' .' .} Several thousand acres good and ia the Arre- DREDGING l1IA. Ull'lE. Mayor, mba owner keeper of any horse mare, 185l.
STAG OFFICE. dondoGrADL' THE onderssigned have been appointed agents gelding, colt or male, and also any cow, heifer,
. nffiee.ef t\t ricvbia Mail$La:.]I BriJkr's. City 7000 acres on Halifax River South of St. An- ownersoFhisinentionand would recommend boll ox or calf found running at large within the ADAMS & CO'S 'f

; 11., cl. !. .1"- gutiaekDowD as the Below Plantation having 800 it to Contractors Companies, or Individual the City.of St. Augustine ; contrary to the proTi- ,
.' : acres of open land suitable for cane, and cotton. who are. about doing work of the following, description sions of an "Ordinance prohibiting horses ,and

..cIugCHEL. ,. j" And several other bodjes; of hamnutck land on ,TT: I I Cattle from going at large within the city of S.Augustine. '
4. 1:0. C tWic!4 Hortluid.._ Monnmep. navigable,waters. Czteasire drain'sge of Swamps, Marshes, and Fu- ." 1 I j
-1 I '
unre.Epiteojml. The titles are nadou'bted. and termlowApply gar PUntationa. .. Passed in Council February 7th. 1852. ; <
,CktrcSooth' aide Monument square. to GEO. It. FAlnB NXS. : Building Levees around PI&DtatlonorTo., E, J. d l MEDICE8, Mayor Pro Tem.' '?. .
. Fr.bInjCb e1. On .8u George street, : F.b 28. 18.W St. Auguatin-Florida. Opening Channelway aDd removing Bars at the Attest, -
6 Mttkoditt Epitcojwl Ciirrei. St. George street Schr.' Florida.now cbjireinK Butler Making Canals through Jjwsmpa,marshy or sandy JUTO ,*.JIO

4 near the Magnolia House By Lard CrnckersJ H.tnix Bacon shout-, ground. Billiard Table and Ten ,Pin Alley. NE\V ORLEANS -

k : deNt, with a full assortment of articles usual- Deepening water around Wharves end Piers : the Magnolia Retreat,open* throughout the EXP.R E S tL .'
TK11MS OF COURTS EASTERN' CIRCUIT r keplot the lowest prices. by B. E CARR. Keepingupen channel way through Lakes and Rrr- A day and .Evening. '. r 1J
OFFLORIDA.STRIBO, vera; removing Rafts or sunken Logs,tearing up Nor 29 oo48tf 8. MIRANDA. .n.
Powder ate.Dr. Roots of Trees ; omcxat r
' 'TEZ*. Tooth etc. .
rj of Orange and St. Lucie. at MelooTjlle velaud'* Tooth Powder. EoglirbToothbrushes. To persons desirous Improving waste Laiisbr NOTICE. 16,18& 19 Wall st New.York. _f-ll

For the Counties the first Tuesday iDr April, and on the .Cologne W Urr,French Soap. drainage this machin can be be recommended as the 18 HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditors Heirs :3f&laidsi.. Hartford, Ct. I.. "/ .
on Honey Soap. assorted Perfumest only one to'all the & fir StntQ bt. New Haven 0. \;,
before the first jl/onday in Kereher. Camphor Soap adapted purpose necessary Legatees, others interested in the Estate of .
thi rd Tuesday Philieome Oil.Bears Oil,u lel Powder,fine Sponge, To those who are building or repairing Canals, or Henry Klonne late of tit. Johns County deceased 16a llallimore str Baltimore. /;
and
For. beach the every of Pctoam ycr..at Filatka,second Tuesday Hair Df, A'ose water, JUliitary Shaving Soap, drains it, will be bund immense value as it will that on' the expiration of six Months from the date Pennsylvania, .. Washington. ', : .
in cocjkty Straps. Brushes tiger's Perfumery, Jockey Clubb, deepen the Canal,andat" the same time form aa em hereof I will apply to the Coon of Probates for the 7 Fourteenth at, :Richmond, Va. .- .t4

. the ApriLfor county of Marion,at Ocala fourth Monday & Also an assortment of Roger's & Worten. bankment or leree. f County of'8u Johns aforesaid, fora final settlementof 84 Washington" at, fiosu n. ..1'Ii
: of ApriL f kom's Cutlery Fancy note and P4h letter Prper.atret This machine is rued with either horse or steam my accounts with said Estate and a discharge as Camp at.2ie.. Orleans. ..
m' r'orthe countIes of Alacbna and Levy,at New- Uby t B f CABlL P'ftr Iwbieb Mn *** w*'***' to any exte-t. administrator thereof. .
"'' niABville firm Monday in May, Not 28 They are now in successful operation ia all parts of FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr. TVTotke it hereby pea loaU 1rs'as IICr.

r: :!f' r'or the Coaa'y.of Colombia, at Alligator, off tbfeMr ';be county' ,andmay be seen at Charleston.&nth T.r.ofiaia St. Augustine February aist 1852. J3', agaiiut ,tne Estate cf SUMO F.
.4o.4Mondsyof3Iay. 'YYvirtuent Ihe power Tested In me by law Iahall ; Navy Yard Pensocola; and OI1-the-canal'Le ceaaedito present the'same .within time r -
;. For the countof Ntasaa. at Nassan C. H.,on the 1 expose for sale be ore ito Court Hoasn tween Galveston and San Louis. I NOW .Openfnr Oraagesf Lemons Ap by inwpbr such elauas.trill forever be ba.ftL.
I Wednesday befcre the fonrtb Monday in'Uat :door at Melloavilk on the first Monday of Aognn 1J1apPUcatio ,to J, S. dECOR. Esq.. our Agen- Potatoes,Prunes. Pea Mats, assorted V. SANCHEZ Ats1ta ,
:. I: For the county of Duval. at 1ckitoyIlleop the pet the following, described tracts of land or so at MobiM toT the States of Alabama and Florida. Preserves Confectionay, Segars.Liquor, &c. ApI11852.' :- :._: .
i f',
1 ounh Monday ciMsy.I I ranch thereof orB pay the taxes due thereon the drawing of the machine can be seen,with" information I March 87 B. E. CARR.Pnbllc .
1iJ I
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17' I'
I Florida and Co-uity Orange for the u to the cost eteJulyl2thISSt. M ells OUt&**-*auow vaaotnv'-
: l. For the County of St. John's, at St. Augustine, &8 ,of year1g51.to Blcetlnc*.'Private C.
Brown. .
Rooms.Siting et. Spena U&eti
Soap.
M day in June.V. wit jT50 j( *
t I on the second <. for temporary purposes,' always ia Adamantine, Candles,Starch White Lead bssortei *
l FALL TUX. acres of Land In TambaU swamp, belongingorsappcwdtobelongto GILBERT&8ECOR New ,
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I S.MIRANDA.Notice. il March 2T J. r.C
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; before the firatMbndaT by I I SCbr. I'LORJDA' dara from New 10rt 90 .
I-1) ?: For the county ofhtulm. at PQatka of thesecood Also. 350 acres belonging or supposed, to beloag> J. Ie'"HaT M bbls Flour, 5 hhds. Sugar,! ", Noi

ffl*: Toeaday beter the first Monday the November. I to Chariot T Goben, returned by William A for bbls. Crat'ker.,60 sacks Salt and 1J.pack- is hereby given,that six,weeks after date, tJ oUee is berebyghentiiatsIxweekzsftetiL
Notice
I't i: : For the county of St. JohnX on Monday ,' ward. t i gaes to B. E. Carr, -10'boxes G. Burt, Siindrr apply to the Jndga Probate of Su Johns I win apply to the Hoo..JBJge Probate tf

'. i Sa Nqvember. of Nassau, Thursday before thejbird Also, 900 acres belonging or supposed to belongto packages to Burlingame & Howk, and others. County ; for Letters Administration'on the Estate Johns. County for letters ot Admiaistrsnoa 'a*

:" : I For Monday the eosnty of Not '. I Robert Martin, returned by B A Putnam I i ceased.ot Nicolas Sanches. minor late of- said 1k-County. '.de- Estate of Nicole Sa cbex a minor,late of ssJJtydeceased.
: t iFor the county of Dural, en the third, Monday ofJfwmber. J SIMPSON. Sheriff. and Tax Collector, o. C TAX COLLECTORS BLANK DEEDS, for MAURICE .',*.." ; i J| > '*". -
SJANCHES. ; BARTOLOPOKC*
P Jan 31st 1852. at this Office Aurotins. Juae.26th 1852. I St. ;
Ausostine July 3d 1823.
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