The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00100
 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: August 28, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00100

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"r Ey.Y ... *' ,.... Icittuies ,loveliiiessarveyo f feawbeauty; youngwittf in:tho robes'of ane-bridal se! : : Q"lr, ,. alMt.I.w.n tell you how I became .
.1 4 s; 'PIC'NIC.On < nobody hesitated lo. call 4>ef> handsome; her 60 joyous.yjBt subdued;.just us pertectiy lw t, milD and bow by follojyinsr three rules

: .j t B. P N. :, .. j j 1\\ .'. ways were., winning, her, form slightly andntgtk py as she haJ appeared on the day he ; .can !become as rich ails mjee f.' .. .
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I DOLLAXf KB JLXtfCK, 15 ADVABCE. I i Saturday 1ul,tip the aftr'rroiin'; ) prudence '' only one came .to Louisiana continued Mr. .
,t'T'f ADrottatxtxrs will OSEPoixi us so good a manager, that from the time .ot echoed and le-ccbocd through his br iD. ,.'when,it was a Spanish colony, us
: be Jceerud ;.at i The air'beinx'cool. and n Ins marr ,ige, Charles C/owby bad 'beer accumulating 'Should she die-oh! should she dies | agent/or a house Baltimore. and a house ..

per square of 12 lines or under, .for the' lirst', I A picnic came 9>ff in a thady.grove, ..' nhest But. .she needed affection For sometimes: he stood.tranlfixed, Boston, to. dispose of certain cargoes id

il, and SEVEKTV-FIVE, : C KTs for each subaeneeruo : In bight of the, piling billww.A .. und muclreafef she wag .deTicafe"aniTso; sen- 16 check the bursting sob that I was p I .. :After i had settled up to do business ... J:

quent iksrrtkm. A deduction willtr made lor .notices tilive traira-.wofd! '6fVeprbachrfrom: : one she I stifling him, when he felt a light, pull l at myself. I had become acquainted: with Urn '
''table rude-a'half hour's worV biteemed, wonldcnueealrqotta Mltuueillaess. ,coat, by Ellen with her half
Inserted forsixmonth %< pretty lips parl governor, who bad taken a fancy to Hi:
ITT AllndverUaements, be. paid, for: before Which had more strength than bcaaty-, The Ianyyago .of her full ibluy eyes, as they Pupa she half wbispered'mayn't 1 go although I had never so much as flattered < ,.
: : referring Was raised bent th the rustling trees' "' "- were sumu times' fixed 'upon- the noble face'of stairs arid tell mamma you do love her 1 and through bit influence I obtained u ;'!

imwrtioaunless a regular customer. By' By the Gentlemen a dtry.'; ; her -husband
to OBr'ferrat.( the requisite cant ;may be ascertiii -. > fur 'JQurf luUume41raJDcd;: love then: the, ,with the warmth of his new love close in' Ihls, I gave a splendid dinner to tbe prin i j

," orio tratjsmltled With,"the advertisement.IPT' Fast and thick provisions came ,fIn J.. would fall to it,t; ,600r whijo the! consciousnessthat arm; he kissed her again and again, ble"i officers of the army and the governor i'' ) s I

'f\d ert'tsemepp, not nisrked'.wftli; Lit | nnm-, ,. baskets, pails and tubs, he wus. not towards her in manners as he his Miler that 'out of, the mouths of babes by ii obtained another. contract by which < 4

bet,.of.iosertipns required,; will, be .fu ;blut'd.: ,until. ,. ,And with charming the board; -t graced' ,bad once .been, and oh. t-he feared, not. m vuoklintfs be has ordained 'prats ':' then 8 0.OOO., I!I'i

furW ,,.nd charged folk ,- ;. ; tas'.e was? heart-would ielid rift Icytthrill i through every leasing tlJ.e. ,delighted child be said 'yes,. is what the Creoles and French. do nol I
Notice 00 tty till Ladit.a'daI'IiD'. :JV ", ;J fibre of her trimu' Ot tate, Charles Crosby hngyou may if you v ish to.' 1 mean the spending of money ? x
Debtors tad Creditora $7
to : Ht', bud olten become air alien to his home, Until The child flew up stairs, while her'' They are afraid of spending mo I
Application far Letters of Adnunietrntion; I' 5' 00 ;, Tbe'l'Jrtltuo merrily poured in:; 'c the midnight hQur; hd, hud found, as he followed more IloWly, 'mamma.ahe cream A man who wishes to make a, fortune

ITT"* A t1 lTellzUui notices will b'e'.* i inserted, jratui1ous1r. : With laughing'joyous'faceFit /; thought, choice and congenial spirits"undVith bounding into "the room, 'Y U"\Von't.cry .first make show of liberalityacd spend
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fv >, 1. .' representatives they were then; :11e.sJjriCof! Iwo,'. thoV.i* .uhe spirit ofwine.1 mole, nor have a headache now,'father su in order to obtain.iu By that dinner

CT" AU bills for Job.Printing, mast be paid on Of Appollo and the Graces. In, But alas! his fine manners v ere diswppearing he loves you dearly, my own( dear malI mo. n I gave to the Spanish authorities, 1 ob

1 :. rr't hiijhome'was'nofnn! earthly para- The pool woman sprang 'to her feel, their good will and esteem, and by.Ibis ,

the cle1irlT-or the work Rattling, banging clattering noises, ? i.. to him now-h" badgrowa; vetycad und could not comprehend the scene;' oho was enabled to make large sum of money. J

O All Jftten 'on businees,and communications, Of duties tumbled round. .. '. r ... tburidIJnidee.I' he knew not.the extent of the wildered; her pale checks flushed: and succeed in life, then you must obtain; the 1

mutt be i rorr rAID to receive attention. This way and. that they whirled.about. cOn cnaiigo an hinneif. pallid! by turns. She looked first at her and influence of the ooulent. and the au- !! .J

r the table and the ground. .- I Ho uonbipvd his: lovely child, nnd called band, and then at little Ellen, who bud of the country in which you live. This i s

Ordlnhuco -In' nclditloii- trio tj I l 'her: {the sweet nnuie of 'lauy,' and 'pet,' pected her mother to laugh outright, ond'all first rule. i. .

A If j Misses' hurrying to und.fro, 'amid diirluig:: site \vis in truth such an one as peared as gleeful 8 she; little innocent natural span OCuDOo..life.' observed i I -
j.Ordiiiniico rolullistf lo time few' few are Ll,.sl with child 'A1ict" siiid her husband UcUonogb/is short it he is abandoned \ *
lice outdo, Citr'iit Al. AupiKitinc.He PO-J I With piled up plate and platter, very ; a ; faltering j\ '
r. uf neither ordinary beauty or intellect and our child is, our peacemaker; she has own resources, toacquire great wealth,
it 9tdmlned ly lie M.,., and drew rnea if The birds that Ming in tl) e trees above but i1t M
for r. )nu leltt jUdicluuscureand: teaching ma a betttr maim ; I 'do love you Alice, therefore order torealizuafottuneyuu }

lAte ityaf khail St. Atrgwriue'Ihst if any pemmor hurriy'thought ".otuething'athr. .. matter.. !" hrr poueifui mind! might have too swiftly you forgive me tor;my coldness and neglect exercise your influence and power over -,
i. commit or cause to be committed,or I *
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|laid o IM concetned in committing Irrtpaas ,. I fxpaniiid, und ripened quicker .limn the With u low thrilling; cry of delight, the who in point of wealth are in inferior to I j i
Iwt, garden, grove or plantation any within the upon city But now ihe table's all arrangedVitli giov\tn of this*, ttoiid will' ullow, uultsM the 'Sell within her.husband' arms 'ile was forgiven and by availing yourself of their talents. j f

t buy>f >;t. Augustine, or upon any fruit trees, IruMk'ry j \ tverything in their places, lure elutlc Lcariiiifiplantcll: into heaven. she was hupp ; u: that moment old "' e, and information, turn them to your ;
And the Gents with their fay r Ladyes," ChuplesCrusb kul.wuh.hb cheek were' broken down 'old" associations' This :is the second J
|>!aoti', vines. Uf vegetables growing in any touch 1UI,1 step up ): resting tiers advantage. ru e.- J
garden, gn>vt or p'mntatiun, or shall be concerned in With happy blooming. fifes1 upon Imle'KlluiiVj: head, ihu dear child once 01 gotten, and he solemnly resolved, with if> u the old, man made a long pause, as if lost 1 1

destroying ?r carrying away any fruit, vcgc'nblt or twice uitcontcioj.sly binned/and these signs help of Iud, to be no more- an alien and seeing him remaining silent !
... ng ol 'Yhue growing therein fuch piton or perI'UIlIl ..shall I help you to this 1" "Will you take some Vcru urro\v to the 'wcuiidid spirit: of the futhCr. home; to remember the vows he bra sand is this all ?' 'No,' said he, 'there '

(if free) liallon convictioa, fur each ofT-pvrbr -. of that !" ; una! become worthy ot tuc coniidunce r p :) third aud last rule which it is alt-easential. I

subject to a line of not exceeding ten dollnrsnce, "If please." "And some of this other 1" 'Darling you speak strnngrh ,' hC, nici aftera in 'him. v you to observe in older that success may :

the tau fitofcecution; and i f a slave, he or the and 1:, IL "Yes,you thank you !" "Dear sir, pleat* that long, pause, iluuiig!! whicli \it.lIce..JuuJ Little Ellen danceJ'Drountl the room, t your efforts.' 'And what is t hat.!' I in
U liable to whipping not ext-crding ten vtrijMfS.fcliiillllyitke r' i bwiriulathe? hud a great deal 'oh hard mg her )'ello'1.eU'r s< and clupping-her band"she 'd. *. *r
costs. And In evtry rare of conyjctUTcnd'' .. ... ,,,,.. Ihis :.f-l"HI: a'ff""Hr'f '" j jV. Murk lo on, out conie* homatifed auvJ'"j>frhn.ia hit shuucd'oh; I I. urn IIU happy, I'm air,' said he'ivis prayerYou must
ftfiderhA U .tand'eoinm1tINJ"Vtr.1I khe 1iiie t r tiir "AiTdiiow uyou'IT tale, some of'tolht'1',. lillli I1't_ Ilui Miinetnu-s| but HKMI-lie--hedms 1 happy, mother won't cry any inoie,'- .to the Almighty with fervor and zeal,

Dully and all 06t..h.1I ha been titled and pe. fi --l.ovo your lIIutler: /.JIC said .>luwy| and unuer u childish yet holy impulse she you,will be sustained in all yuur desires. .
Le ordained. Thai it shall be uitl. .
Jurthtr not j' "Short and tveeC was the 'stiiOing gins; ''
ful fyr&af. nercliant or sUup-kfrixror! tithcr I i : uondfringv5iut hud biconx: of the I gii vviii|* ruvun-ntly down 'und lisped the little \ : prayed sincerely to God in all my life

!.> krrp ojv'> More, ur diioM| of nor good, cli.paw.mrln !: And now they commence dropping tiff, l dcii;;h:.ii-j: hail once felt ut the tneru mention she had repeated every night aincc she: having my prayer answered satisfac _

v..i<; or WK.chaudize on the S.ibUnh Jay or !boner Koine stroll away down by the li\'f'o. tide, ui IK-I iKimo. ubuut two years old : )'.' lIu'ltopptd, and J said, 'is' this all ?'

.oti, ,lo on really Jove her then ask- God bless my darling mother, uuswercd'yeaair: ; follow m> advice, aDd
f ,m of ten dullnr fur every such ufloitcr, togrlhi; r ,d the child Miiiug upii iI i ht un his kntv, and My darling father too, will become ri i<'h m a as .And he arose ,

with tliecifft: of prosecuting thf fuiur, one half of I fome go this way nqd t'OOIrgo iha, l -\lIIJ; her lull, iK-nntiitil cc\ul'"u him, '"u''' And may. we lure each oilier, left me. .

'wbirii rant Hue shall tIe paid to the pcrsuu informing. lance to swing and borne to chat. ,. ', Mraii|;lji>; 1 tin'iijjht by what mainina said, thai As Chriai'i dear flock should do. : &liked one.of the! compAny,'have you :I!

and prosecuting the Mime.X I UneU trrking for Most pleasure} j 1 1. yon h.ilt'tl her iilni'jst.I ,. Think you there were. no blissful .his advice t'x >l
c it fnrfhft ordaiiifd. That It Khali not be law : (Hy what inaii.nin >i.l'e.\cliinu-d! her father! .lu-din the little chamber listened said the counsellor have not for cer-
nut now,Run, run, the t fiddler's com? 1";, as they 11
lul fur any petson by himwrlf, scrvcut ur agent, tot Itusiiiy:\ while Iccling ut'uugcr tl.ot through the ot the unless babe reasons ; I do not wish to be, considered r
IVt', sell or barte r, to any lnve.'tsny rinou?. ppiritius j And, instantly strikes up .a nua:.urc. his head the sudiJcn! surmise teat Ins xvilc had 1'au.r1or was a right cherry place h in drawing the conclusion I\did from It

01 iuioxifi&iiug liquors without an express license i Icon striving! to alii'nuie the chilli's nffeciionsfrotn &lcDonogh4 advice. They were, that :
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in wiiiiug GRID tile oa having the control of aijiovr i And now the .
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him *vUi.it did mumuia nI.:1\ul:: he des she u man to become rich, heNmuM.
flares.under the uf dolinrs it Is and quick, because the was too happy to sleep; pro"i \
or penalty twenty The tune lively im:need hternlv.'Uuti'i the high, opPress thu poor, und look t-
shed Hood of red over the treat, I'
a light
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Ladies to sustain I
The move luck so hard at father she ; .
lousier t4inll be entitled to the ope Kulf of said put : me, replied I ordered! room; the table was tilled 'with ; I,
l ally Iud if Ale pertwu or persons no offi'nJing shall $ gw't like a thousand buck: picking: her mmwy hands OUT his uvi'Si tho piono forte cpened and shying forth \ I! ,

!< a licensed riiupkeeper hit or their. said ticeinrlafberevukrd. ollliItlIUiU.dill'l tell me. but she told God.' bounds as of old, under! the touch ut the Courting iu the right Stylo. \ ; :
: ." t The dunce was kept till nearly dusk,' acute uud more usionishi-U, Charles gazed I I light-hearted wile; and a note was bent to out, nasty popy, let me alone or I'll "-., : '

The above ordinance will b. strictly enforced I Till twilight began lo defend, upon the child! V.mthuuttprukitigaud| alter a old rendezvous, m which Charles Crosby ma,' cried our Bully--, to her lover : I

Parsed in Council, Juur. 21ft) 1M.P. \ When Gents and Ladies all agreed moment' pauii', she continued: '1 went into I I clined the honor: of being made president: -, who sat about ten feet from ho ..... I, .

C. ZYL.-JTRA, Mayor." 'Two'time it wa brought to on end. !ij mamma'* room this altcriiuon' before 1 ki.ew I ho L-- Club/ lie never met with his dirt from the chimney jam. ; ;

Attest,Cius. HAOEK. ,', 'j ,' "ne1111- sit k.. but I ht-ard tier-. .- tikincr.------ _twent -xn- -I companions again, nor did be, from that, aru't toching you, Sal,' responded Jake. "

Now troop they off in.eouplfll and.\I''luad", rn tiptoe.! She was kneeling down by quatt"the I tout destroyer, 'sparkling wine.' I perhaps& thuti,, you duu't intend to

SCUR.' EPU IILRItY,1.hlors trom'IJald-\\ On loot and in theiricarriages: t the bed and jiruyuig to our Father in Heaven; Little Ellen, is now large Bllen4 as do yeri' ,l

) bits !tour. 3UK( bosh 'lellui' was heard lo any, uud she cued und gobbed I do 'sometimes py and bright and beuutilul l as ever. ) uldon t.' I Itarual

llayiSObnfs Cutfiw 10 fahJs augur, 40 And,.Tills one tWng'll 1 pang breed more marriages!" when i am naughty: but I kuesv she was never will soon give her hand to one worthy of why you're too tarnel scary, you

25 Kegs uu r, 4U bits Potatoes, X U bite Apples b PTCK N YCE. naughty, good dear inuinmn, wus she ever ,uud she remembers, as if i it were but legged; pi eoQ toed, gangle knuei' foci ; 1

Casks Checae, IOU begs Outs casks of Bacon 40 naughty, papa?' she asked: tirllessly, and wailing ,day, the dark hour when she found courage ; you havia got a but'01 sense, get ; t

bitaincltrn,1110 kegs Nails 125 boxes Tobacco: (Uy' I tqut".) bur u reply.'almc eli her father that 'he did not love her home with you.
Uhdsdo, lit bits MulllIIH": ', 50 boxes Soap. 2 caake1)itWboitee RESTORED AFFECTIOIf. never cons-to you or me,' answered er.' Stilt vividly does ute recollect the Sal. I love you and you cant help it;
:audks, 15 baskets Chuuipajfue, 10lH the 'lather: choking down his don't let and court
it'yolk me
emotion. stay you
BY MRS. II. A. DEXBISoa. and joyful feeling with which she ran up ;
xes Cider, 10. chests Tea. IU dot. hruurr,1U lies$Ik
'Well it.cn I he her will that he
rd l fur
pros ; knew shei.utdn'l daddy sue your'n cow
lather ho loves mamma
Tubs, 5 boxes Oranges, A boxes Li mim, 10 ca..kt { says you y
l>k-e,3Cratet, 15 boxes SUU'ch.1UO boxes to 'You don't! 1 love my mother,1 said (lulu EilciiCrosbv.stowly care if I did, because sue lake* me wun'Lcry any morel'From him 'the other day. By jingo, ha said

March 60t 185 2. B. E."CARR.TllE : ri'troHtitiK Irum her father with with her sdmctinivs and she ,asked the dear do it.
:- ..1'- '.' ., liiiul behind her*, and her lips quivering God it I he ,,would muku her husband J love her; Uu n', Merchants' Magoiine. look here Jake, if you won't to court i

her and said that he went uway from his home How a Merchant may become a ,you had better do it as a white man dce.
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us ( du you mean pelt he exclaimed: and liked other (people better, : and she said lionaire. thing-not set set off there, as if you

> her nod drawing her resistmi her heurt wa* breaking, l-oat, and oh! she cried 1 was ptzeas
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e springing 'Eyerything
bind is that ?
co bad, -continued the child, giving such a on ,
1101llE ; FOR is 52. form ,fuwurds nil";; 'thul is u very strange and all we add, who
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: what it into mournful emphasis to the last two words that a price ; may sit ratgbtuP tere, by my side, and
l'oIl'F.f.V1L1.1U IY.s1'.U'. h.tlzuiaw thing fur 11 little girl to savj put able and willing to pay price will sooner
don't love mother?' heeonUnucd the father's lips trembled and the tears came and kiss uu a. it ye had some of the
\V KI.V AT TXv U -DOLIO.USA TEAK. your head that luster back her sell hair from into his eyes. And tbeu she turned round and later, possess the ubj ct.ot their pursuits. t nod sinner of a man about you What,
smoothing I GlrDld and McUonogb paid the ,
tor, price woman's made
a' to look
saw uur, and she called: me to her and hugged you suppose only
and earnestly into
tat tout XCXBUt or !tit 9EW SESIES WILLIE her white foreheud, looking ; me tight', and said 1 was a precious child, and obuitned their reward ; they became rich you fool No, they're- made for practical

IMVIO* OK Tint, F.a'T or .JANPABY KEXT' ,. her downeasleyes.: went from thetable kept l1 king me if I was sure I loved her-very, this world's good, but died with stinted, as Kossuib say,to hug, kid Itch like .
Because: when mamma away poverished soul, in their insane desire of Jake drawing a long breath if
0' and tin.id she was nlwas ;'very sure till the wild light ;iu her eyes almost says f
Tit Home Journal has now become onirerea.., ,you spoke cross, hcndachr' add heightened:& me. ',I kept, telling her she was my cumulation. They denied the word uppu>>c then 1 must, fur 1 do love you, Sal l,
There are figs fsnuiess ot cultivated habits-(few ol 3ivk and bhe lots Jot a trickled, blessed mother, and 1 loved her better than kindnesses of heart which are, after alt, so Jake commenced sluing up to her, like
that who ett'kQ enliven and make home 'the most ed the child earnesilv l while thelenrs chief glory humanity.. The desire of a to war. Laying fits arm gently
in the whole world going
luiiltintt and attractive sowrreelE'i cheeks. 'I have been.sitiiug beside any body except mi I laudable but
( plac.wlio..dcf not down her lather upd then she told' me that I must love petence is doubtless very ; ( Sai'. suoUders, we thought we could hear "
It Is read believe wherever the and rubbing her lorehfttd ; needful. '
we run her all the utlvrnooti: wealth is not tbe 'one thing
Cold threadi of Domestic happiness and true moral aid she is sick uud Geed very often, and you uenrly, lot you \\'ele'a kind father to me tentment with godliness,' sass holy Writ, ay : : .
and! wouldn't and i if That's the to do it old boss that's
rrfiaement which are woren to thickly Into the ou Lever U-lIher ,) ou are surr)', l ur kiss her"chaflt peihops livelong; dorsed by human experience, 'is great, way ', ; t ;
stronger apd oarwr web of our couuaryIbduitr ) ).wle!' they did |put her into the cold ground, I must which the Asters tho like a wtute man too.
But nut the '
aDd energy Trwperaty. The* Home Journal the -* Crosby drew his little girl close to make you forget It by my goodness and a flee- gain have obtained. On, Jcrewsalcm and pancakes! exclaimed
and the MtUimogbs
speaker to the Itearts of this busy nation the hone I Her artless words bud fallen like lion; but 1 never could forget it, could you tu our mind on 'it tins aiu'l better man any pumpkin pfd :.
given to happiness and rtlaxa on. I I his bwom.bis heart. He fell instantly thai tie father, if they put my own sweet mother into reflections were suggested several ; ever mude-cracky! buckwheat cakes I
4. s Aew 1. lire upon) the cold ?' iug a conversation among ain't no wham along side 01 '
r. FrtHHtJrcm a Gtnlltmtn to s harshly more ,than once to the ground Some idle maple sugar 1 ,
9 Matt, the 4iome Journal la one pi which the r<- .I had ppokcn who bud never given him an un, This was tau much; Charles Crosby starts lawyers' ot New Orleans, during that Sal, how I love )'wl' Here t>elr Jill I j, i
wealrciict Itrt..,.,. teri, tceckr and itis uuaurPPMedasa find being ot his wedded lite : from his chair and pia :IQg Ellen on a low chests, (!)1u'a court room in city, together and tbe report that olluuroJ 1 I
Seven car New [
gift in food taste. I. i wold. and) fleetly. Being young'nnd'Kimwl eat strode .rapidly through the room. The,. one of them, as we learn from a like pulling a horse'a toot out ot the iniro.
TkuM.-F" 'Qr one for three >{ had passed calmly down his coiemporary, related the following
coP 82 ; copies when ho lIIuri teuis.wcie raining face, but he kept '
w ,forgone copy fur three years, QS-always .n ad impulsive creature the deep them hidden from the little one, who sal timidly .: cence of un interview with McUoiiogh. : Numerous ore the persons: fond of tracing

rao e. Subscribers without delay. Address \i tied, ne-could hardly t.pprcciate bride treasured bull umber cricket, almost afraid to move,, mural ot the story and thc conclusion rt-lzdiuObip-whelrtbey have ascertained I
which his swtel this anecdote arrived at,
MORRIS & WILLIS holy love, After the romance for lear she had lingered her father. Not so the narrator of ul to be in particularly easy circu.nitance. '.
Editors, 107 Fulton ttreet.Nrw.Xirk. I fur him at>d him only. commend to the serious consideration I '
bad settled 'A flood ot the old tenderness hud rushed back ;: visited the house ot au opulent. olu .;t u-
i of the affair as it seemed: lo turn, : .rf.U'ttmA. uf t ihelMercbunU' Miiuuzine : .... Ibe'aoutbern )
''Icullt his upon his heart; instead of the demure andgcti !I ---- in partot the state: auu
Cbolr.e M<<< monotonous ) staidto MclJouogh, ,are a very
raors &c. pcrbup you
4 quiet, lu Alice, has memory pictured an angel ol J I 1. i sed U month with him ou the slreugta of
()Id Brnud r, Hoisting>> Gin, Monongahela ri-Luess spirit yearned for some trt-bh novelty. manand 1 know that you intend to leave
whom be hud been all ; a ra I being a ttep'Lnclt-iH tout.
home m ullworttil pure
JtWht4t.1rids and Scotch do; Ale and Por- 'To wV-k through the day, to come your property to bo expended iu
ur'thunptgns! WiDe Madeira, do. Sherry do. night and spend( the evening Hours, by the Uienl spirit, who bad sat sadness by her household I purpo C- 1 i ave been tnmkir.g over your Au outside passenger by a coach had hii'

P.rt'cM "CWiereae W trr, Cordials, Claw Wine side ol his wife and infant child!, whose beuuti- hearth m lonliuess and with a slowly anti:, guise lira, and I want''you to give. me rouse blown over u bridge, and curried away a/
**. surely breaking heart-a heaitvearning| I
the which .
BE C.4HR. 'h'aumed'Itke u rosebud upon vice i iu regard to the great success stream.'is
y I jut ace ill b her little wick ....IJUtlket cradle, be- dying for love; unappreciatedlightly e teen.. attended J UU ; fur I, tau, would like to it not very singular,' said be to.a gcutio .

$p 1 4TICE M hereby giyrathat I will, fix weeks t ilww tiresome to blm He wished his MienI cd, seldom' addressed in the language of affec. very rich, huvinr a 1 family; ,so as to leAVu ;who was'aeated beside bim,..UlIU ut/Jutt : ; .

I ,..twe.. awl ly to the Judge of Probate soffit I come vivacity. more brillianvy, forget- two, and yet returning smiles tor cold looks: heirs wealthy. 'Wdl,' said be, 'get up, that direction?
COaotr, lorIA-urn ef I ;had more Ou! had such an one blessed '
"II kuiuiuieiioiiun, on die might accompany l ttvaruble1 never complaining. und 1 rose trom my arm-chair, lie look 'Not al all, repled the latter; 'it is natural
Estate these I
vf Susan Fouls, late of said hug thai and he bad not dreamed how!!t us J
County<< Decased- his dwelling
1 l of icmperamenl thaf would truly haven beat, and, turning me'as if be was the IUl a bearer should. lake tu Ute water.
ANN HURLBERT:: es priceless a treasure be possessedBitter wai Ii .
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.' I --- :' From; : 'the Wagon Democrat. !\i I have satisfied the highest aspiration of the leg i issues upon which the can vasal)should be Gen. lertea Disclaimer is Whig cure'"the necessaries life -bul It fav

4 The TeiUmoBy;: a CoBapaaloia> in most ambitious soldier. conducted.: pretended by the corapldinanr, that '
say (
,p. : Ana Having a personal knowledge of the facts If I could deem myseif\ capable of improving Falsehoods and Free soil Oaths. case crated and if 1 am nit. -. -,

I Letter from General Pillow. here stated,. I feel it a du'y of honor to state the platform there adbpted; it is quite certain If proof were wanting establish the fact of entirely :
>< NjLssmu.RTenn. 8 18U. .them. vindication of the character ot, a that I should decline, either at the call of Individuals any in my calculation of who he is : -ho la fer teaT
July the slavery qtieaUon
Gen. Fund's entire soundness
brother officer, unjustly reflected upon by or associations, to incur the charge I,! upon mooicd, as well too proud a nan to ttgn* .J
"' the virulence
As everything touching the character of those knowing nothing personally) of the facts, of arrogance to which any attempt to alter, ,I -; It is to be found in full abundance in charity, under even the dtcurtistancgstahe wU "J

". satin Pierce, as well as the opinion of and yet if I know myself, I would, not, by my amend, or enl rSt it, would'Inevitably subject with which the Abolition prints of his own refers and whenjl is known that lac"

I ';jr public men, now interests the public, I silence, acquiesce in any false statement before mo. I|I State assail him-were he in reality u they represent _" .

I \ .ve thought it no*, improper to give you forubicationan the public, so deeply wounding to the Ycur letter Is of an entirely different cbarac- I: and would have the people of the South,belkve beII plies l as our market andnicantile maf&i'are '.
<> extract of a private letter of sensibilities American soldier alleged greparcd:and anxious to dispense CC:
pride and ot an ter. It seeks truth in relation to an ;
witsess none
If t he late President Polk, written to myself to be on that subject; we should,. of
whether whig: or democrat fact, it speaks of history, to which too search- II they are; entirely ampJ.eJ.rue at aU
oda so
">n ibe 181h of May, 1847, and delivered Jo me I have no.wish to throw myself before the fig an appeal cannot be made. appreciate those Inuoe reviling* and fabseh? I' acceasi re tar them, through their :.
i in the city of Puebla, Mexico. The extract, forth. them- !for U |[ Irieskk
t : public nor' into the canvass, nor before the the estimate you seem to bare of my character and unscrupulously put by> a ;!'

1 ; is as follows, viz S t country.nor to make any issue with any portion for directness ; .and beg you to accept my Is not,as a rule in human nature,or at least not consistent town,-the'idea ,of their sufierioj for ww. -

tt 'Your two Brlgadier-Generals! Pierce: and ot the press. Neither do I seek or wish hanks for your effort to vindicate my claim to with reason or common sense for men to deeryand food, must be seen to be absolutely

t Cadwalloder, who will ,be under ,ou..I. me- a collision with" any gentleman o: the whig that trait, at least, before the public. abuse, those who favour their' own views and harmonize ous-iii fact, but a mere chimera ol u.e '
t 0ate;; command, are noble men. Gem Pierce jarty. 1 have the honor of a personal ac- I am, with high esteem, most obedient of who
your one having to write to
;i-- now the first man in New England. He is juamtance, and of kind relations, with both servant Fun Pissci. with them in principle and feeiing-we com- some rrbj

r ': man of fine talents.' He i. my personal the gentlemen named above, as of my own Edwin DeLeon, Esq., Washington, D. C. mend to tie attentive and candid perusal of our Savannah; thought the awful trials acd i

hi u4 nnd you may confide in him. He was stateand I mention their names that I may be readers; the manly letter of the Gen. disclaiming ing be was called upon_to endure aDd cf tv|

it .\vh' : me in the House afterwards pi Representatives the Ben for understood as correcting 'their statements to co, the charges made by those venal and degraded he speaks; would aiforl good op ,
: vernlyears.and was in
'r !F41. Gen. Cadwalladcr is a gentleman of based as I suppose, upoa erroneous informa THE ANCIENT CITY. prints in the land of his aati'ilraad which are so freely and theme, upon which u"qretI4 1' ;' i
be ibis
tion. But it the
ch character, and decided military repu- is, false, calumnious.as may! imputatiCGis'unju.1 ,and dishonestly circulated through the Whig papers the epistolary way-the writer has bo

j 'VIn.' ; You may well be proud' ol two suchQhers I urn, sir, with great respect, In our own midst papers, whose conductors unfortunately not kept (in some! P'JrtIOGloIW! "

under your command. Your obedient servant reader themselves by such prostitution of their columns_ I statement; ,) within the strict bound uf icri jHo -'
UDEON J. PILLOW, not less degraded,.-for they "sin,against palpable assumes hi substance, that the
-L4gmrY, ft Is not my purpose to wake any ref ": quawrt '.
.111i charactfx Tor ccllantcaniJactGml.nivalmus light and knowledge. want cuoiinuetl iii farce after the
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i1 the
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:. bearing has never, teen and never dltpBlta -. -.r';" 't -' or oars vcr, ?, aaf8cktiand : ic d..ftr J{lcb cn villa"End given his
wilt: ;bequeaaoned. Nor should" I deem it nercssarj t by me whose word.will slot would command oar entire credence, against all,
10 edd remark the by any boaorable num. 1Q11.u.rT1' or rrasitir. nkmfs ARDXESUTAICX'TOALL DE'fEBJlUIEr ai\ denKKi, lo out Corporation"'$Uw;
: a single paragraph the oaths of all the abolitionists and freesoilers. Inert
'r so"fully expressive of the opinion ot the.ate To fa Editors of the Republic:' WHO OPTOSE r EJ1. the distinguished Fred Douglas, down, to Garret existed no epidemic in our(hU) tOWQttbi.

:: distinguished President ot the nation, Dear'Sir-On tre appearance in your paper -.. I Smith John P.-)late and W. H. tiewsrd.lkT : is, Itm informed, ,by a member o(;,

r'- xcepl for the very unjust, illiberal, and false ot a charge interded, tf not calculated seriously AUGUSTINE, AUGUST 28th, 1U2.DEMOCDATWNODIIAATIO1 board, wnolly: erroneous; and that the I' '-
flections upon t conduct of Gen. Pierce, to impair and perchance destroy the con-
I We insert the communication of our correspondent dant never has as }et,officially. if.behaai '
.vLile! an officer of the array in Mexico, by cer- fidence .ot Gen. ?tere'e southern supportersin '" -
., uin eastern presses,' and by Senator Jones his soundness on the slavery question, 1 ad- S. "JcsTics," as an act of due courtesy to him and done so in bis private capacity ; (which 1

and )fro Nctbcrlandt>f Tennessee. dressed him a letter, which together with his not because! we think the letter to which he re fee,of not by any means believe) as*ned that ,,

; : In tho operations of the army In the vat-' reply: DOW asJc you.,AS an act of:justice, to -- .N. L! 4a..r sufficient consequence,to be entitled to so much no "existed w epidemic.* in Jacksonville, o '" J

i f ley of Mexico, that General Pierce fully usnined publish. FOR PRESIDENT. Lice: besides which we take it lor granted, that the contrary ; the. very reverse is the its ({ ;
the exalted :opinion of ex President I make this sometime ) :lbrehacummuaictftuotutlre j
request,presuming your object
t. r, -Ik will be seen by reference to the reports like mine, to have been the' discovery ot the GEN. FRANKLIN PIERCE writer must have been. rather annoyed, by the operation or ot our City proclaiming Ihe. nuo ca' t'.

r I '.f Jlfljurn GenL'ral8colt Worthand those truth. Very respectfully, of our quarantine regulations-and so thinking it of Small Put in his borough, (and in wbk J.i

I. i of.my own. These, dispatches were nil pre- Eowa DE LEO*. OF NEW: HAMPSHIRE.TOR would,in out 01 view,be somewhat illiberal to deny him distinctly nays "un epidemic Jon exult 1 f

pured with a personal!; knowledge of the gal., Washington, August 13,1862.WJUOUSGTOB. 1 the privilege of being a little splenetic on the subject was received ; ho whose ire charged par,. l

,. ant bearing of Gen. Pierce, and at a lime and VICE, PRESIDENTWILLIAM the indulgence has doubtless relieved his feelings--if wielded in the fashion of reprouchWR
: under circumstances exempting these officers July '17.1851. biB way to his place of testdcncewherel
content--the do nopossible
so we are quite outpouring can
.turn) any' postible motive toovcr-estimate the R. Le may soon recover: his usual arneuityall
Dear Sir-Enclosed you will find an article, KING, harm, where the matters treated of by him,
f of bis mices -acquirea better of
importance or the character ol in ot the editors ot the Southern per sense justice .a4.
\ t .his conduct wbich. as one are properly understood-.-we have only one cause of' happily-and when at last, full of te&W
/ Press, of this city, I took Issue with my colleague jOF ALA BAMA. I I' Jean,
I The reports of the first and last ot these'officers in advocacy of claims to southern regret, in the whole thing and that u, the too hasty !:: parts tor that undiscovered ;":

I pgrte In the statement of fact, that Gen.. .for the Presidency.your That action was aoa.weaawn.a w readiness,' with which our respected cotemporary of whose bourn no trnvuller;
Pierce1 the fall his (r cuuuter no vexation cnuntrJtr.Jj...
was of
severely injured by (
predicated upon my belief of your entire sound FOR GOVERNOR. the savannah "Daily News, seems to us, to have
'borne on the rocks tot the Pedrignl, while gallantly enr.anceinto puradidc wor>e :
I .leading his brigade in the bailie of Con ness upon the slavery question. Within have beendelivered the JAMES E. DROfJl9IE. taken up,and in effect by the beading and tenor of his bun; back to- alii troublous world. j & '
last week, a speech to *
.\: trvnuu They tlso 'hear full testimony to the purporting editorial; endorsed the reproach against our city an- |I : JUiSTK L' :
by in January lost,has been republished -
fact, that though so badly injured that he from you two Democratic in your FOR CONGRESS. thoriUre; who hare in the matter objected to, by the I,I St., Aucustintf.; August Slth |852. .; :,I.

n.ijiht; !have retired to the hospiiul l us disabledfor Siale whicbJre said papers I writer of the letter he publishes, (asalt kiow here,; but I 1 I it i ... .,.
,( now to ) :
duty, and hough barely/bio to keep his own support you. A. :;, E. MAXWELL. t A Ques.Ion for the Hvpabllc* : t
the in :
On the truth of faJ.ity.uf this, mucb depends. discharged their buuuileu duly to community
: snddJot yet he remained upon duty, and led ,a : Dixts the Republic projw, nl any: tio.rin lllt. f,
Neither those witb whom 1 act, nor myself, which they jive and under whose uthorityaud in the
lib gallant brigade into the bloody battle of FOR >; the cauviu, tu take any uwice.oI i't '
cun consent that doubt should rest on u SENATOR.
I Churubusco, and continued in i its command any I rxt-rcise of their official obligations: they acted in the Scott's I ,
puhtical U-jrutaturO r full opinion- "
of ;
matter such but
importance placing
: j until overcome, by exhaustion and pain, hu reliance on the fcuilcss frankness: char F. V. HIJMPIIREYS. thing..Quaraulinc, arc always, more or leu:: unpleasant f 6y uIiil$.;!land piociuiiucd by uuof, ,:r:
I I "f a i rited" full from his/horse, and was borne acter, on their bebalf and my own,your I respect.fully and inconvenient; not only to those whose with his lull nanctiou 4'"
{ he field.
rom / ask of you whether that report, which FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. ingress: to Q own the safely of whole inhabitant, is If' the llfpublicniml tuo whiz party mculit.
i When It Is known to (the country that tho dud the let tiicir C'liiUidutu: .h(
politics <
I whole! your southern supporters believe to be without W. TUMBLIN. du.ultjtctfur which these regulations are adopted; but giu
armyincl ing Gea. Pierce hud been
? tins cuiiroat, the would Ju.abt1w.if- "
foundation as opposed :u your previous course, __ .... .. in a bounces point of view, often greatly so, to those
upon duty from/early on the morning of the js correct 1 'I'/'y/jrjr A xx\%,"'" .",. gliuf tu bt inttji sited of mat purimto *,-, a
19th till late la the the 20ih of inhabitant d.euselvrs..sucb inconvenience, however '?.
day on August t. FOR ELECTORS. hour eleurly elated the gruuiiil
The peculiar position which 1 must upon >
v about refreshment or repose"and that Goa.rcrcorwna fomu under the circumstances reasonable '
jiii.. Scuti' elettiua lib
: i
) plead all apology for troubling you' with this IlcQUEEN clNTOSLWItorflCounty.. politics beiaj ,.;
M. badly injured by ihcfull from etter. ground for ma rUler in either..-in itldoal wishes and ot the qll !ltI"II-I ur"inl. < '
: Us:i borno that be lay upon the field and in Ihe J. CARAWAY SMITH, of Jefferson, -
Very respectful I, obedient servant, : convcnituce must ever give place considerations It4 uu >uu tA.it:f hand, the Republic&a t. >
.. midst of the pedri/al all; night and that next your MAJ. JESSE tOE, cf Jaclun. to .'t
:SCU".II &
Getwrul : and
EDWIS DE LEGS. ... poliuc.it nuiory upiaws
From what told those who
be General good we are by
day Was Barely able to his saddle,4is .
i is: b"fOlC long aud bloody battle keep( commenced General F. Pierce, Concord. N.. H.Cuxcon had daily and almottt hourly a la Jii/OMfe-iatcrcourze, *,.jprortliy ut any tunica at. HIM litn ?, we stall.
** iIadtukn uitcr/ft l long and hot pursuit 01 the enemy; Hasty Extracts.: with the itcir pl 'gcntleinan who so feeling cone acutrs ; 'dsktwsis,4 ,
;, N. H., July 23, 1822. J.ffdScJ/I I u. t tur Liuu .
1 1II wit these facts are known to the country asthtfy Hon. E. C. CABELL'S opinion of Gen. Scott, June, I plains;and his eatable family we must bclievewuife; t, rg.tui tar It JJ ivsur .:5\1... mcetitly : UJ. tWIl'
i are to those who shared in the (lories; My Dear Sir Surrounded by pressing engagements 12th 1823. "Scott hu a padlock on his li)..,and the : i I IInisl
surrounded r : uircoluVus
readily imagine < pruluccJ in d"ff'
;'{>if suffering of that field, I am persuaded that 1 seize the earliest opportunity toreply principle of&ward iu his a ,..A,. pock,,uua.iauJ* I we can they were not \ .
I I thi. Gen rfcuu'slifoM(
/iio.otje will either'feel or express surprise thai to your letter of the17th idst. 1 much before the country the Candida of lie luglurr ...w (by fill the rcfiiu-inont and luxury to which hey hadbeen I cpi-ioitriii ,
i r w.is in titcu it Jnrks iiii.iii democrat iu ;,/:,
: Grn. Pierce' physical strength, \Jvrrcome regret that anything connected witb myself I party" I accustomed) there cuuiU scarcely: Luve U-vu ta'noslf

I \\itb long continued suffering, pain and exhaustion should UUVP" been the cause of disagreement I, "The election offeott under present circumstaottcwould aught like nciual uuj&ring. from a want of *-t.,e I j If.. in r) irn'*.Mi II.. II" Innr cat IUuiiuwi Irat4'a.'o.h.1? y.
be to continue the Uovriunimt in the 1 ti u t ui upii *ri ui.ii{ ll,uu tuu i ihu & .
should have given away, and that between you and gentlemen with whom you baud! mere necessaries of life; their was never.h.-Iesd, no j .
\). i.- should have fainted and fallen from his ; bye been associated in the editorial department of the Free Soil party until. their lauaikuiu La* destroy doubt enough of discomfort rdtrrieuced to fuiuitth an |!I Cammed luau iu accrpim : Ins :0"3':1
I 1\ I the Union." i what pro j| us lucre to tt.iiti is alit. _[+
; ti )rfoC. But it is 'presuming a'great deal tot of the Southern Press. do not remember .
"It did seem strange that any I."", Southern man iuiaginniive mind: with; abouJaut, mat* riiU for the map, wiimi ha (, :uln.. t..e II-MUII;|' I. * what
have he
oppose thai those who bore him from the ever to seen purports to a
could support ,cou." As repotted iu the Aw VwckTimei. I gloomy picture,p.r"Sf'Dlcd. 'thu:a,1uti i tall illltJ.t"JI -Wu.1u'Jl.I4l1: 3
field should not know the difference between report of a speech delivered by me at New ,

! mi officer whose! physical strength was actually Boston, in this State, in January ass, uuiil my $
I I I < so overtasked, and in' a state of total attention was called to it as republ shed in tap Marine. It J>jrtt ilu ,People. 1 ,

I helplessness eadconsciournessanJ. : one who Republic* The pretended report is, and 1 Henry Clay on Military Bule. Arrived on the 2iJ, yacht schooner UOVEK.SausKX TJMt luenlgn"Tlner" ,. demtrots, awl" .g
\ had from affected, to be entire three northern whig voted fur tuu lujjilttaskuf.That !su"v
I Untidily this condition. presume wan designed an misrep clounacrui.e.- .
'At this early period, ol the Alastei Idboufli from Sup .
Republic, keep
' ) Uut it is impossible for resentation. It is not\,merely untruthful but ; : j e-i
't \an ;intelligent -
pooni. i&if steudilj. iu view the sLrtgen which bud This is a beautilnl !little emit, whitoe superior iu >
,it) I \ I! l.; to believe that had an officer of General is *o grossly l and absurdly false as to render, Jifty-seten northern cAyt voted ci*. /;;
evurturued otter free I believe it
'; I f Three's!\ rnnk and command so'acted, his im-. in this vicinity, and denial of its ,authenticity everj state, model ut have Wvtrteeu, iu our haibour,. the lugitive slave law." .."'. -
i .nb Yotk
i our liberties, thai a man, devoid of aril talents, CT: We tender our thanks, for late New .
himself, and Generals Worth and Shieldsthe Independent Democrat published in seven ncrthern waigs voted bur las cwulirI5i5 .. _
I former ot these his associate on- the field, this place, and the Democrat published in and offering no recommendation but ooo and other papers received in advance of the mail,po'r! inuuaUres us a luau adjusttnuut,* Ji. :..

1. tlto .Litter commanding him in that part ofit- Manchester-ore thoroughly abolition journals founded on military service, should not be selected last Steamer Florida. ; hyl the hands of her gentlemanly That it the fuMftUiiuu dtxluriiig the ca..: ':

I would all have concorted in making out false ; anJ have been and are zealously opposed to administer the uvernment. I believe agent Mr. Rome, from the Charleston Courier promise iiiuuxure_ a tiuut niljjuueot ol tat

1 i reports to the government; thus dishonoring to the Democratic party. Fur a long time the Commonwealth so yet; and I shall consider the days of Office. It would afford us pleasure to reciprocate the questions therein embraced Jiatl terra ddnt.

f themselves( to screen from merited! condemnation prior to the meeting at New Boston, and ever numbered WHIR AH' OPFO- will be in mined by Urn joint vote ..f luu aur&r VM '

I and disgrace an officer who,had baselyI' since, they hatjp{ been unsparing in then attacks SITS r&iscifUi is Ksruu.isBZD.iSpeech of. // courtesy,but we may hardly presume it ever southern dtawcrols, u would hurt,' beeU stuutif.eU .. _
and cowardly shrunk from Those and Clay, at Lexington, Ky., July 12, 1827. UseMaUory's our power,to do it"i?Hud. it shad '
duty. who upon me personally, in their bitter by stsenty four ayes to thirty-thru aoe; ,
! 1 \ ) entertain this denunciation of what Life of Clay.P Jt 6b::. been wrlkasluaf
'. opinion utterly discredit and they have been pleased JIT: We are informed that much whig scenic lull to ihejoiut yoi ot
liidhpnor all those ,officers, and among them to term my pro-slavery sentiments. But it i southern "' zg6.t, it "Would have bt*u 'Jwrf flT ;' i
'It. Indeed we have IncurreJ the Drine displeasure and other talent has been assiduously employed ....
Gen. Scott himself for
\ ; upon no o'her supposition would be something new for either of these papers twenty seven ayes to thirty-one noes. J'Thu
I can the character and conduct of Gen. to deny the consistency ol my opinions end it Is necessary to chastise thus for fame days pust,in making devices puii.ting ; the deuwcraiic party u the real Daks.;. ;.'

I. J'ii'rce, fer courage; and gallantry be called in" upon-the subject ur tbe.conslilutlCDAlligbts of people would Mriui the rid ol His vengeance, 1 banters &c &c, i jr a grand display, at .the party. ..'., "

j question. the South in relation to Blaarery.: My opinionsand humbly prostrate myself belure Him, Pulat- That the democratic candidate,G 0. Pt&tc:.'; '
and His coming Whig Dominating convention at
1 Why not call in question that of General the avowal of them have been everywhere Implore mercy to visit our favored was the- choice uun true U.UUII tiutttsi itigats .

,, : II .Scot himself, because 'during the battle .of the same. Evcr mindful of the difficulties and FAMINE lund with WAR with PESTILENCE, witb ka.Vts presume the occasion will be considered men, in thu Cuuvuutiou, anti was utaintnt

\ \ Con i r eras he was. with, the exception of a dangers wbicn to lung brooded over the assemblage with ANY SCOURGE, other than and embraced: as a suitable one, fur a el'- by a uuuiiimuus vole. .

t I .f I short period' at Son'Augustine: while during ot wise men and I pure patriots to enthusiasm MILITARY RULE for mere, or MIUTABT a blind and renown/headless ebratiun the recunt Whig victories,,in North That the wuig candidate, G :n. cbit, try

titat ol Cburubutco, he was at Coj'can; and whoso spirit of concession and earnest efforts Carolina and Iowa the choice of tale abulitiouuU in the COIJ "
l' Henry Clay' speech at Baltimore, May 13 1628. -verily they seem to have
1 the ,
during battle of Molinodel I .
Rey and u- we are indebted for the Constitution under lion, and was:. nominated by the rutei ottn
j *" 'k:.: MIC storming.vf Chapulte|>>>oc, ho was at which we nave enjoyed such signal prosperity See MlIllor 'Life oj Clay, page 657. determined to forego ne showy and,deceptive abuI lioni I" .'

\ Tacubayaf And ret who has ever dune sot advancement and happiness, 1 have regarded North expedients in the furtherance of their orry I That (1w,. Pierce accepted the nomitiali
"No no East West
South finder the
t Gen.fields.Scott lie might have been nearer these the subject as too vital and delicate to be- used Constitution ; bat PO a sacred maintenance, oo of the common cause and as the trite saying has it ; "what upon the piutfortn adopted by the twYdt-

't i direct was, however near enough to successfully .as an element of sectional :appeal in party bond sod true devotion tv the common brother they can't Jo in dancing, they intend to make not because it was expected ill him at aca* "";
the operations of the conflicts. My action and ; In NewDlampsbitettwchhigthis *
.arm .'its my language hood. FRANKLIN PIERCE. didate, but because the principles it erabrsc :
In round 1"
; the result shows. turning
fully matterbavibeea. at i I up (cotnproinisu resolutions nicluued) coroauw* 1
lie knew that the army required ndHrisira.mediate oil ttaes jtal undtfratl clrctnnstAflee te emta 1 notiv'bbsltate between aMadvc the period-of re- Won't the natives in and about Palatka bo td iheapp>obaUonof his judgment.

I presence to inspireh to deeds of cour- accordance with my action and -language at ideoce before oatanlnatiea and a total BXTXAI.of all astonished t unquestionably' th y" *w ill I That Gsn. Scott accepted the noteitslydwith ,
if npe and heroic daring. He knew that no Washington My votes in the and uta of Congress tie .
re Senate on subject-my mind inclines the resolution annexed, because he CgUIl ..
suits would be obtained by unnecessarily exposing House of Representatives were not 'repubtished io the latter. tsCOTT&ePtl' Editor Ancient City. not obtain it without. : ..
his person; and he prudently and wisely In' tho Era Jot lb4 first time. have I
They DUlL tom : I notice in the Savannah "Dotty That the abolitionists are continually ib+' -
I occupied positions, though somewhat re been again and again paraded to arouse the Private lieosons.
Gen. Pierce
log for his
mote, from which be could safely direct the pas4ensand prejudices of our people against lion. D. R, TODS, addressed a Scot club sod News, of the 31st,a Jacksonville {Letter, com Gen. pro-slavery principleThat &

operations! of the army. Yet.ft would be as mo individually,and against the party withwhich read a I letter from 8. B. WADS Whig United States plaining somewhat unreasonably as it seems litionuts Scott is the .taunt ol toe *

rtrttsiMiubie as: just to reflect upon General it bus been my pride and pleasure Senator at Washington in which said Wits writes : to me, of the inconvenience to which the writ earth to and they hu elections-La.are moving heaven Courier tw'

Scon's conduct and character for gallantry u au act. There aa been no attempt to evade I bare this day bad a conversation with General tcr says he and his family were subjected by procure :

Gtn.Vierce's' the force of the record. 'It bits been .at all. SCOTt in which he declared k* tnuld sooner cut of Gea. Scott "UkJDIO" .
4 It (;cu. Pierce ki.right Dead tlum ltd HtttJu the quarantine regulations adopted on a recent and Gea.
,, I bald sought a less active participation times freely admitted, ana my position sustained nyfvtt /tUttrt '
in these bloody! operations, the upon grounds satisfactory to my own j f lJe.-CJenland Ohio,Plsia Dealer. occasion,by our city authorities,charging amng 2 he Scott journals are consunilfm the ba' '

I 1 wound be received. by tie fall of his bow mi d. 1 am not surprised to know thai the other things; that they, (ne and his family) it of asserting that" the democrats call <** .
would have ihorivn bias out oi the after abolitionist CT The eomaoaicadoo Scott. : -rd. The democrats do no stud
to of
I' oper. attempt prove me an provokes }| ""Doable Day, touching were "abandoned by those authorities" who
\ utioos l and lie would (as:he could: With honor) much merriment among men of all par j| Mr. CAxxu'ssomenet was received too late thing. They have been,and are now,as real. ..-
; did not give them assistance honor **
\ have retired any not even to Gen.Scoltfor his heroic acbierenstt
to the
t ] : hospital or his tent, a. disabled ties here; and this weak and untruthful sketchof for this it shall
,; I (for duty,ant thus hare avowed all risk what purports to be. rny speech, is reallytoo paper- however appear in our next. what the laia and decency requires, in such as his own followers, and they descend IQ f8

I 1' ; ; in the battle ot Churu usca J|, owing to the ridiculous to be considered in any serious casci, not providing them the least article off personalities, and coin no slanders to defaj ..:

t \ I injury he received on the Plb, he had a leAf light. North Carolina and Iowa. mucb "* him The cbar,eofcowardhceortgtnatedal -;.
pod-not so as a grain of rice. 1 bar
I i distinguished part than did others, yet his participation 1 am in the daily receipt of letters propounding Full the I late Majfcr General James Wilkinson oo| ;
r I ,. was by no; means a negative one. the greatest victory ot curious questions, returns from these' States show that taken some pains since reading that letter, to of the most distinguished men of bis timeltpi .{{

( An officer, who,won honorable mention for upon all conceivable subjects. Letters of this both have gone decidedly democratic. In N. ascertain whether there is any State law or is thus stated by him : ';J

I gallantry and good conduct, in battles whereevery character cannot be answered, of course. No j! Carolina GUY. Enu,.is elected by 6. 00 major- City ordinance, making it the duty of our Corporation frost tVtttiiuoa's Memoirs ;.,

I one had so full and so glorious a share, individual could conuqand either the time or 'I ity and the legislature is on Joint ballot demo- to furnish persons who "It is material to the sequel of Um nsrrti. *' ,
m Iho official reports of ere ry officer upon strength the herculean tusk would require. I cratIC, which will to the State what may happento : to note m this place that Captain Scott (( '"
i the field who was his !senior, (including Gen. may add,that such a correspondence would by hu not she come ruder quarantines, whit provisions! Gen. Scott) whilst in New Orleans,'bad a *f :1
s Scott himself could have performed no negative no :nears comport with my views of duty.- enjoyed the last fifteen j ear* &c &c, andean find nothing of the kind-Uue I (crone with Dr. Upshaw, surgeon of Uw *f j:,

j ,part u n other fields officers The drmocrutic party sent its delegates to Boltimoro l 1- : a Democratic U. 8. Senator-a comforting the dictates of humanity would cause the handof regiment, whom tu challenged to singU cowtQ .

i Jess distinguished'R' not alone to nominate candidates, but.[ foretaste to the wbigs, of ra bat ma1 be expected assistance to be extended to such but the Doctor beixg confiiW to Iii W by ''*. .,

tare' 1 greatly distinguished him, .and might to reaffirm principles. and to present the lead. -in November. be found destitute of M might I east which threatened hit life? all be cuuld da' !ldl ,
\ meauswhcrewith to to
a I j pruD promise Scott a meeting when his DeIIj i
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sboutLe ,f" 'ir tt..._'f rficott.: ', I S 1
feoaor time L" .
vf -anw which Jlail .
produced I Arrangements.MEfROPOLITArHOTEL. I
; The TViiwn* calculation 1 SCOTT'S Tax CiCretor's :::; -. --'.- -! .
e 'Uotr..ath another facghlr nonornblo fentlecaaa ; of Cten. From Pieofata! 18 nile. &fe. "- I
distance 7x
of Ibo f-culiy, DrClaude$ Annapolis, COJlnceiL' claims fur him tb .vote of Tennessee. I Aun'n.--.uonda8 sod to 8t. Aapltine. By YrhIe 't'ltbePower vested in me bylaw ] CoIit :'f Rils. "' : : t
To Thursdays II A1 DYvlrtie
io which I uodsnttind, iit Captain,tfier deliver ; 'IVe KnoxvUJe'Plelnan reptiealbua : I lJuur.-SuDd.7. and Wed 12 M. "* upoae -r-*sale before the Court House- fa I I 1) shaIIzpo othe""er m m.by.. law j
l"8Cby. (
iaglu/n', warder to givt gqfg paw to kit .fence surprised at the deliberate :impu CLOSES.--SandMJlaod WedaesdjPrOclzuuti0. II .A. M. the city of 8t. Aap*tint00 the first Monday ol r fa the dl, oi tf" crick& before the Coan' Houa

efxrunj'i NIL tvd&uy irtdined his h&* h &e los or Gaul.t', in putting ilownTenoesW January. 1853;the, roUowiD& dtlCri** *"*" ,.ci r January. 1853, the Awcaatioe.fulluwjn Oil dw lint lloa 01, i
),, __rtL,or tD another word BOBBED; and after Bcorr-be ought to know that the wDolv 10 mIlCh tbe )r.. will pay tbe tftatt' aAd coua'J 10 much thereof dtsciibed properr sq

erckiglU: crest..&olujtiz} 152
tuned report and 1 never beard it contradicted nwkea compromise of the matter, by giving; will be held &broUzhOllt aa ELECTION acrel third hie land Mwfai&a rtYr....- IN'CQQfJ upeawi use then-oll. .
the essed DOiS
Ibo state: tu PKRCE bv 16 Moad..No Sti'e of F1orfda,00 io-S.CbeveaIyingpajy acm tblrd nte "ad. ...... .
;and there are persons who contend that 500 majority, nnd ember jaseedos 60.town- to Saato
pro.timo. for ship 8 Rongiaes.belng
U oowff ttktbm forbade it i,be hnd a right even lily no more about ;it.' But we can't; let themdoesn't ideat and rICe Prnideat ot&he Uohed E1ecton of Pee,- south. raap 3 east' "S PT ill section 4S-I tion45towutMp12th Dear Des. Lake,aDd lying fa t e_

to prostiBia ttironvlf on tbo ground,e. other "If IIrJ tiII"1 tJur IJoaA.Ca ,read the pa her co be chosei aree. dcalftl., NIIDI- aJvertj.j towD8hip 9 for IODIb Doa, payment range 30 uit. Double tax-d: ands taxed end advertised rugs is en,. Doebl. :
iiueilisU l' rL" : Done at tbe Caphiol tax t fur years 1848.
famed batro fa
before Tallabueee 49.
him though Oaad 1851.
thie IOIh Also. aisessed ( SMUT"Hsatssfc Si
" it stem to be agreed that tAt attitude vat 'not Conlcnmrr.-The day ofAugu0 A. D., 185J. additioDIJ 1.*"lor.l852. or 1 2Jal 'per 4

.. tlttmctt The duel difru&with"Dr. Upthaw t a safe prognosticator of New results Haven, as It .fa Register a sound : B, the GOYerDor-AUl"It THOS.: BROWNGntnlOt'. Unless ties and expanses are paid before day of isle Ulakis. tau and xpenses are. paid before day of- I I

earae off near Natchez when that jtuboequently gentleman I and'able: democoatic Journal!, holds this language I :I Aug. 17.ISS C W. DOWNING S R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex officio & B. B.jCANOVA.8h.rfffaBd ..

t' wit iuffering from &eret.,, 01 State. Tax'AB'UOr Tax Anft.rud I
rheumatism and be stipuIsted Connecticut Is -- and Collector s. I. C' Cohlectors..c. ,
.that there should bo Moo duckior or bOb- as sure for Pierce and King : June26.185f. -June 6,518 !t
es the day
comes. The ,democratic ,
La. majority
t b14"- Comer.The \ I
over the whigs in this S S f7 Tar: Collectors &Ie.
! State at the last elec Notice .. t
4 Charge ."UiIBecl.-- tion was about 3,000 on a full vole-ond if the BROADWAY, I' hereby given to all creditor and all parties concerned JLI r lull virtue of thepowtr vested in me by lawS .
NEW 'YORK.SIMEON expo for tale before
We :barged the whig cause baa been strengthened in connecti. I | or any way interested .in the Estate of the &he Court Ifou e ID
wbig city
delegate of the South The A ,
" cut by the nomination ot'Gen. Scott Metropolitan will be Joseph W. Miles late uf PHio.n 011 the &:It )foocla.1 of
who consented to the nomination of Scott we have completed; and county, deceased. January, 18S3. the foflowng
opened for dncribed
i with treason their section got something to learn-that's all. Put ,down the reception Uompany, September &haton the eJpiraLiea: of six months from the date 104DlICfa &hereof .. pr.pery or
.. the Com 'ir.t. will the
proIf hf'l'f'ot. I state
Connecticut PriCd lhalf pay and.
as six fur Pierce. and Kln.It... nourd Two Dollars apply ro the Cottr Probate for the Luel and count,
Id aOClh Union. I. -- ---
charge true T Here per day. county of Putnam aforesaid ( final necessary expenses thoreon.
is the proof from the New York Courier & Inquirer Nv LELAND. or a settlement of ODe Tow Lot iD the city of 8t.
t.; : DefiaUlolU CO., my accounts with said Estate and a discharge as Ad- Der AUgtIIUDe 0,... S
t the jfeai whig paper of the Empire, Jta1esmaflshtp.-lLnised! ,ducated, and Iivinj J -'r' ,aOP8JE'1'OaL miniatrator thereof. unhowu. I taa&ed OD Marine street. ad DIoLIotof _
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, the South 1'0'niu't wnpnatieaHjr point & .v.., ; -==-. __- : utrOI U&Gn'1Ic, .1 ArwMI uem. \\4 .ot1L asseiaedfor1852.aser"addItpma1bst." '* .
'Tq of scornand deliberuicly prouiunpuUicoi Generottty.-Refitting to give a cent to build. hi:ly D.tbe State of Florida for a City Charter toe the Sbaln'HIlY. 60 bblg, Flour 5 hhds.,Hugar Unless taxes and expenses are, day of
,} the flngnr bare for fought with monument [9 Gen. Jackson. tiiw0 J>f Palatka In Puia_ >CottntjN-or for such an 16 bbls. Ccarknrs60 sacks 8ullLaud 124'pnckgaes ; ,-\ sale, pal4"\beiOre\ ..

\ vide traitors;aide we to yeart their institutions Warriorlhip.---DodtcinK"the ball ofrour op act incorporation -for said Town as is usual and to B. E:Carr, 10 b ix.;a G. Burl, $undry R B. CANOVA,,hsrItr and ex off.

them by support: and refusing to 1I ;JGeneral Jackson, customary in such cases. to Burliugame & hawk Blld.lhel'A. I Tux A and Coll ..
3g34 cufifitra the Union,and now, in the hour ponent. packages ) c**or cof. j. CTax
31st 1859,
August .
but who
wonderfully to challenge a man
had sworn never to fight a __
IoU tkeir lift right,through their ffationdily.-Being the nominee of the Abolition VotlceforettlCBBe4t and Discharge dwell'ng House and Kitchen on a lot containing virtue of thr power vested in me bj law I

, tfdfcer*Mangum, Butts &Cu, andgoneoeer I) factioa with Seward G eely & Co.at tbeir. is hereby given*'that six months after A two acres of ground, will be leased for the term By aiiali expose fcr salebe&re the roan House

Ifeirenm&s, ,i:. Bernard f Co; they hove NOTICE, will present my bal account, as Executor of twelve 'nn.-1'h& premises are situated on the in the city of St.Augustine on the first Monday of
' overboard author of the Compromise head. west side of the river fit. Sebastian, and known aa Jaa-
thrown the of the Estate of Antonia Lopez debestd to the 1853 the following described property or so
: the defenders of the Union,aud winding Equal Rightt.-Denying tho foreigner the Judge of I'robate of St Johns County fur' settlement Mrs.Hanhams.place, adjoining-lot of Col. Humph much thereof as will pay tie State and County taxes
Northern 'tin.I right to vote until he has been 21 years in this fuU rey.' It is a very desirable situation for keeping and the
" urousd them the serpent coil :of and allowance and ask for'my discharge from necessary expense 4 e taerevn.5OOi .
*licismtb 'y have lurmed the vilest coalition country, or else' excluding! them altogether :be Execntorship of said Estate-aad I shall at the mUch cows and poultry and goo";laud for a ganen acres third rate land aateaacd U the heirs ofSebastlaa
I have taken from thu home of the oppreu d.-lUchmond same lime apply I fur authority,to turn th.t For terms apply at this office.
that baa ever sen the liht; they 0';r, portion Ecpinon above the head of North River
tu their bosoms viper; who, when he has lul II Enq. .1\ of the assets of said Estate(the only' portion remaining June 19. 1052.Tax l1ng partly in ,section 42, township 3, 8. B. J

I It'd them la a!.-.ep. will sting them to death. i We read in the N.Y. Tribune, 'Ann Maria in my hands) as wa bequeathed by the will Collectors vale. range 29 east,and section 39. township ,range
! lien let them eatek their own fugitive of said deceased to her nephew Charles DowningSeguL 29 east. Doable taxed and advertised for
Well now Wilson,colored,aged 35 yeirn, was found deadin MATHEW of the power vested in me by law I thai nonpayment
t tithe, need any btlptrtfer them to 8d tird, he is Baker street, yesterday July llth. Cause, '. _SOLANA Executor., By'irtne for sale.before the Court House in the of taxes for Ig&Oand 1851. Ahra ssserdtl85hsperMadditional

their .*wwt4ge4f1WJlU.Ve can du no more, starvation." St. city of St. Augustine on the let Monday of January, IkCUulert
28th 1652.
Augustine, August ,
and before at
taxea paid day
but wt} can have atotber cAndida.te.Louiri.,4UI Never heard of a southern slave dying of .1853 the following described property, or'so much sale. expenses are .

Courtr I this dtfJrderloIlolI Post.Aa Notice to Judges of Probate and thereof will piy the due State thereon.and county taxes and the R. B.CANOVA, fihcfiffaod ex-off.

.1.- i WII..s, Read This, Amusing SUry. Turs.ccn of Scool Districts. necessary 6605 acres expenses third rate Und, awessed to Francis Tax Assessor and Collector a J.C.

ago,the Register, who is. J. Avice being the Buena Vista and in June 26, 1853. I
I lying
; The!Southern Patriot, published at Green- Hooper, the editor ohm Alabama Journal l. NEARtwelyemontha, office. Superintendent of -

: yule,Buuttr Carolina,contains the proceedings whose. name we Just now forget, but which Schools for the State caused to be printed andfor- sections Double taxed and and 49township advertised for south DOD payment, range 27 of taxes east. ,Tax Col ctOr'* Hale.BY .

of a targe public meeting by which ii ap- has almost always something in it to muke us warded to i ach Judge Probate in the Stete.blank es for 1847. '48,'49. '50. and '51. Also assessed : tinne of the power vested in me by law )

{.ears |,&tii General W-ddy Thompson, a distinguished laugh, tells the following capital yarn : forms of the reports required bylaw to be made by '" Additional Lust" for 1852. expose for sale before tbrConrt House in
I whig, Minister to Mexico bbnll tell you a bit of a story Having no them aa Superintendents Schools for their and of ,
lormerty respects I Unless taxes: expenses are paid before day ot : the city Ki. Augustine on the fitsc Monday in :
unit A warm supporter ot Fillmurc ndministmlinn connexion: with politics this,1 dry weather By lye Countitc:; an J,also blank form of the'report require sale. October, 1852,,the following described-property,'or g

,renounced Gen. Scott in consequence permission ; S by law to bejiiade to them by the Trustees R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-officio. so much thereof will pay the State and county ,, j
O.d Col. D-,tf the Mobile District, was of the several Districts. He also forwarded to each ""
ot his affiliation with the beward party olabolitiunisis Tax Autt&ior and Collector s. J,c. taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon.
of the most singular characters' ever Judge of Probate a copy of the School laws of the -
end comes up conliully to the one June 26, 1852. ISO acres third rate land assessed to C. and G.
knuwn in Alabama. lie was n unit eccentric State. But up to this time only eight Counties in the
support> of Gen. Pierce and Cot. 5in.c. In the testy Clarke. being the one half of one tract the whole 1
F. P. but possessed ninny tine qualities, State hav reported as to entitle the children within .J\ "te. _
iirttccedings of the mcetine by tract ..orginaily granted to C. and .0. Clarke j
their shares the
ilruckiaan, chairman, and U. Ilokc, secretary,' which were fully appreciated by the peopleof their limits Fund to which proper is law in be interest of APPLICATION will be made to the General the other half is returned by Mr. Jacob Miekler south .
the School by to distributed '
the fallowing tiq K ot Uuu.rrtun-.uu'd speech the di=,Lrlct. Many ot his freaks are fresh of at its next session for an of and ,bounding on, Moses creek being in section j
isten: in the memory of the "old uns" of Mobile: ..on the hi day September next, amonrst those Icgully act amendatory of the charter. of the Atlantic and 46, township 8 south. range 30 east. Double taxed j
reported' ,
and all them will tell that the! Col. Gulf Railroad company. advertised for of for
and taxes
you '. non payment years
Gen. VVaddy Wdl! said, thai being a I i The Register .inctl't'lylnirou. that the children
though hard to beat, was once terribly takenin August 14. 1f52.:! 3m. 184950.and'5l. Also assessed for 1852, aa per ji
in the State their
of County
member of tue t1, it was perhaps rvery may get proper
nut .cr that be should address the meeting, b) a couple of: Ivgal tyros. It is George I I' shares in thi distribution aforesaid, most earnestly re- r- addiioaalli.at.
proj. how-I Valuable Land Tor Sale.
Woodward believe, tells the story, but: ,1 qufpts those Judges Prubate, who have not done 'so, Also, i J
hut he could not forbear tribute '
that paying A ever that be it is in keeping ,niih others their Counties into School Districts subscriber offers for sale a tract of land con 1
to the worth of General Pierce' private and may to orsranize pro. THE ISO acres landbeing one half of a 300 acre tract i
I 10,000 acres, located in Township 6-
related ol the old from thr of School .1
gentleman. cure Rqtorts Trustees Several originally granted to C and G.Clarke,the other 150acrea :
character and his 'faithfulness to thetititsu '
public R. 28 E. near six mile-creek which empties into 8uJohns
It seems that Col, D. bad a misunderstand ; Districts and send in. their own reports without unnecessary ia returned by C. "Iier,all of which i situated
( "Bout and the whole three
I Iho country.llu River miles belowPicolata, and knownas
suul. that he admired Gen. Scull aboveimikt ing with the two gentlemen,, alluded to. and delayMost the "Huerus Grant. I, on Uantanxas river being section 37. township 9aonth ..
wa holds Ipewaking'terlll' with jibem,although Respectfully, I 30 nIL Double taxed,and advertised
min he had knuwn ipuke of their in- -A small portion of said tract is composed of Hammock range
; 1. D. 8 WALKER ,
all AJ f the three profesioiiallrridinglbeCircuit : for non of taxes for 1849. 60.aod 51.
were payment yearn
the "of bin lilc .JU and $w.mp-th remjiodrr.is Pine land. whir
inittu acquaintance, pauiy pretty much together. The yvungIIIU'I S Krgitlr f'FUit: Ladt, ,.nd e* vfficio Abo assessed for l53asp r s4dWo.dtJst. I
Ins I i social and ..rl but that he a heavy growth ,of pine trees thereon.GEEONthO .
high in virtue's, Superintendent of&lflOb for the State of Florida.
being well aware of the Co| =", irascible IIUERTAS. Unless taxes and expenses arepaid before day of
"'-..n'U ho (ricull) hud hews seduced within the July 13, 1850.
nuluro, dtMermined, as t cy left one of tbctourts July 31st, 1851Notice : sale.
i.irimrnce ul Nanberu men who wee hostile -------
tor ,..utber. to have some xpoit at his R.B. CANOVA, 8 teriffand ex offieio
South iM 'interests and liuliiutiuas and Probate Office St. John County.
t. the exprnse by the way. Tbey nccordinglr got to Limit Creditors &c. Tax Assessor and Collector i.e.
lt-could not suoicribe to the internal uri about half an hour'. slirt in leaving, and presently AUGUST 21st, 1852TVTOTICB. : ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Peter C. Jane 26, 1863.' S

|' uveineut and land featureot tbu whig ni rived at a broad dark stream. that, i All persons of color residing In the late of St. Johns County deceasedare _' _
!' 1111&.fen. J. 1 of St. Johns who within the requested to make payment without delay : And to certain of an Or- Si
-- --- looked as if might bo a dozen feet,deep, but (county are scopeI A5kOrJinance ,explain. ..__ __ parts __
I further notice is given that all debts and'demands J "' f
'1"110" 'VUU IU Ilobluson! which in reality, was hardly more than ns 1of tbe eubjoined Act of Ihe General Abseuibly of .- tlinance proniouing none.u ana vaiue jmm gu- -
Au 'njupted ciiixcn, speaking turuuicb the I many inches. Crossing it1 thuy all bled pulling Florida are hereby notified that they must without whatever nature against sam estate must be exhibited tag large within the City *f St. Aigiuline.
within two Iota this date and all Creditors
coltsnitis of the Brooklyn Ea;;le, answers thu off their coats and boots one sat down delay, comply Guardians: with its requirements they will each in tfc and matter all, hi of Legatees and persons years entitled to distribution; ,who shall Be it Ordained by the May and Alderman of

ttU>ve questions as follow : I quietly to watch for tbu old 'Tarter.' I selecting failure thereof be presented; or to the nextGrand! Jury of n-t present their claims and demands within the said the City of ft. AvgMtine That the Ordinance

An individual-by above name appears Jogging along, at length came up tho old Mid for mindemeanor. period, will be forever barred. prohibiting horses and rattle from going at Urge

to _erveiii the Whig camp, tn Nuw York, when fello*. tic looked at tir.t at the youngsters county G. HUMPHREYS Judge of Probate. All business relating to said Estate will be transacted within the city of St. Augustine, be so constraed. ss

ever there is something to be done ot too Jisr who were gravely ,djuwing on their boots and i by my Attorney, E. B. Gould F qr.. to subject sorb hones and Cattle tsuj within hereafter
Senate and
Be it enacted by the
putuble a character tor the Whig politicianslt I coasas if hey hudjust had a swim, and then SeCTION 1. S ELIZABETH ZYLSTRA. Admr.St. described boundary to a fine,that are bond at
the State Florida in

UI' Mrrvant, who informed itli duns that histitit.tiT him like a fluent tran.luceat, star. Too the passage of this Act, free'negroes and free mulattoes THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR.A North, and within any part oldie liver on the Eastside j

is aiM at home-in.other words, hello 'Col. was awfully puzzled. 1 I over the age of twelve yean shall be required to MONTHLY JOUKNALDIYO' to any part of the Western shore of Maria

nreen his mauler from dingroce. Wbt>n Gt'n.&uu' Is this creek swimming he growled, after have a guardian, who may be selected by the free D TO AGSJCULTUKX HOaTICCLTClE; AND' Sanchez Creek of said City. ..

Native Letter began to create a cum a pause of wine; moments, 1 1lo I negro or free mulatto, and in case such free negro or The General Plantinglnterestn of the South. Passed hi Council May 17, ftlZt
motion the bones the Times and made the shall be minors ander the of ten
umoiig dry : reply was young m .n simply free children. age EMANUEL J. DK ME DICES. S
Tribune said the old General had long ago'e- mounted their horses and rude off some little :I I Tears, it shall be lawful for the father or mother ; as DANIEL LEE, M. D.. EDITOR, Mayor Pie Tea. ;

cutiicd and changed Ins sentiments on the sub distance and stopped 19 watch :our hero. 'I I I the case may. be, to choose a guardian for the same D. REDMOND ASSISTANT ITO&. Attest ,

juct. Out comes Robinson however and bets The Colonel slowly divested himself of cont,. and In all cases whatever the person chosen for Published on the first of month at Augusta Ga. CBAS UASXS.Clerk of the, Council. __
$50 that the letter was all bumbtJgluld neverwas boots, pantaloons aid drawers. These boneulytlea I guardian shall go before th judge of Probate of theI at the every low rate of .

written at all Lat evening, this same ( up in his handkerchi f,'nnd hung I county in which he or she may reside and it shall be ONE DOLLAR YEAR IN ADVANCE. A U ordinance to amend an Ordinance
of the of Probate if he shill be
satisfied -
the duty Horses..
llubinsun delivered a stump oration in New them on the horn of the saddle; then be remounted J& prohibiting
York,in which _e went to show that Gen. Pierce and as he was a fat man, with a as tu the fitnes seal of of such person,the to give a cer- TERMS. Cattle fron oliis at large within

should not be supported by by Catholics, boo paunch ol inordinate size rather inordinate I tificate under his office jo. person to Osx Con one year. $1 ; Six Corns one year. $5; tile City of s&. AnffnsUne.

cause he lived in a State, the constitution of legs, a face like a withered appte.nnd a browu l chosen.aa 2.guardian.SEC. Be it further enacted That all guardians Twxsrr-Fivx Corns one year. 920 ; Oas UVODSXD I Be it ordained by alAs .Mayor That and i'Aldermen shall also of
which bad clause Catholics from is doubt he'ruadc an interesting Cerise one year. 75. I the City of St. Augustine,
a exdluding there no of free mulattoet shall have
wig free or power
} negroes the
tAo Volume. Marshal to
All teriptioiie visit eommtnee wilk be lawful for the City to report
cffice, although: he could not deny that Pierce picture as be bestrode his:sti-ed. ,I to sue for and recover all such sutrjs of money as are THE CASH SYSTEM will be riidly adhered to, I the keeper of horse mare,
Mayor owner or any
had spoken against the clause and cndea vo- and did the old gentleman hereafter be to such free or free
Slowly cautiously owing
; or may negro and in no case will the paper be sent nnlejs the money I gelding colt or mule, and also any cow, heifer,
reu to remove it.' and bis horse take the creek. Half a mulatto, and shall have the same control over such accompanies the order. bull calf found running at Urge within the
After shewjag at some length Robinson's lun th-und the water was not fetlock deep. I free negroes, or free mulattoes, as is possessed by Address WM. 8. JONES. Augusta Ga.. the Cityof ox St. Augustine ; contrary .&0 the provi

origin and stating him to be,'sun of sires,with Here tbe horsestopped to drink. A length and guardians in other cases. : Eons- of an "Ordinance prohibiting horses and

whom the 'brad of a priest was a trophy, the a half-and trwun nudeeporl: Thirty feet I "Passed the House of Representatives July 5th Cbarlestoti and Florida'Liue. Cattle from going at Urge within the city of St.

noblest in their: eyes that man could achieve,' further-and o decided shoal i gt f 1848 passed the Senate July 7th 1848. pointed Augustine."

tbo writer concludes as tollows : Here Col. D. reined u6.'There must' said by the Governor,January 8th 184S/ TUB SPLENDID NEW PACKET STEAllER. Passed in Council February I 7th, 18i2.

'The Catholics scorn to be mixed up in the he, 'be a thundering swift deep channel between ,- TAXE81TAXE511 FLORIDA, E. J. do MEDICEd, Msyor Pro Tern.

aquabbl B of the hungry place-huniers of eith this and the bunk. Bee how. the water Attest, -
er pulitxul party, but when William E., Robinson run.Vo! will dash through.' WILL attend every day (Sundays excepted) at CHAS. HAAGER.c. c.
the I Office in the court House until the lit day of IS NOW rnnniag regularly -
-a N -rtb of Ireland Orangeman- A sharp lash made the horse spring t my
October next for the purpose o* collecting the State onjthe Line between mllar-l Table and Ten Pin Alley.
tejnpts to make a capital out of the religioustaliogt. waters waste, and another carried the horse and '
of thxue whose faith he and his have. and rider safely to the opposite bank. The sud conuty taxes foi 159.: Charleston Savannah A the Magnolia Retreat,open throaghoot the1Lh.daY
the 8L John's River. .
All'unpaid taxes slier lit October will be .subject and .Evening. .
lot centuries attempted to rout from ,the landit creek was nowhere moro.than a foot deep.A '
advertisement and,sale. The following schedule has been adopted which no48tf 8. MIRANDA.NOTICE. .
is right that the mask should be taken from i wild yell from the ydung'uns, announced to levy, R. B. CANOVA Sberlll"and ex- I I shows the hours of arrivals and departures from the JiCK' ,2J .

the mountebank and the cloven-toot' exposed tbeir approbation 01 tho spurt as they galloped officio Tax Assessor and Collector s.t.c. various ports : I .

fully to 'fICW.' .... I'I away St. Augustine Fls., Leaves Charleston.vtry,Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, x. HEREBY GIVEN to all Creditors Heir*, 5
Til catch you, grand fascnls was ground St Johns Co. 14tb August 1853. Leaves Savannah every Wednesday, at 4 r..., 18 Legatees, & ethers interested the Estate of
Fred Mrs.: 31 try E. WoodSmry, of between Col. D 's teeth, and away he gallop Leaves Jacksonville<< every Thursday, .at 10 A... Henry Klonae late of dt. Johns County deceased

If. H.AsTtnt I' ed in but pursuit muttering vengeance on bis MONROE CIRCUIT COURT. I Leans Picolata every Thursday, at 2 r.x.&IT1IUIJJIG. that on the expiration of six'Months from the data

N. n..luD" 16, 1852. fees. Barnett Compt. hereof.I will.apply to the Court of Probates forth*

Du.t8 .: Your invitation extended to my On-on they pursuer and pursued. r,*. I Iir Bill CBACXSY.for Divorce.Rebecs LeavesPilatka every Friday, at 7 o'clock A.... County of St. Johns aforesaid for a final settlement
aimbkod to unite with you In celebrating the The youngsters JaugheJ, yelled, screamed Richard Barnett Drft. Leaves r1colaaa" 10 of my sceonata with said Estate and a discharge as

eattitag ahnirortary ot the Nation's Birthday the Col. cursed with mighty emphasis. Due proof having been made to me that Richard Leives Jacksonville every Friday, at 3" 1'.v. administrator thereof.FRANcIS BRIDIER Adfflr.St. .

re4ched rm this evening. But, alas I It cam On-on-and the:pursuer reached the farmhouse Barnett the defendant in the above case resides out of Leaves Savannah M Saturday,at 9 ATI.: I Augustine February Slat 1859.

tue late far him to respond to it. His( death on the road side. Their passing startled the State'of Florida to wit;in the State of Loosiana, | The FtosiBA has been built under the special w.

occurred one week prior to that of hU cousin, i a flock ot geese from a fence corner, which it is hereby ordained that :the said Richard Burnett. peilfltendence ofcpt. Coxetter,and her speed and: Openiny-Ortares, Lemons Ap-

the Hon. Levi Wuodbury of Portsmouth, N. aa the Colonel dashed up,met him with out- appear and plead answer or demur to this Bill fifed in accommodations for Passengers are nisarpaased by, I NoW*, PCUUWBPrunes, Pea Nats, sssorted

U. Could be speak bit t I culon, they would respond to oure-'We are His horse swerved :suddenly and the Colonel or the same will be taken as confessed against and passage aa low as by any other line. Any further -: March 27 B. E. CARR.
moment was the ground, in a most I him : Provided,that a copy>> !be published in some public ., information can be obtained by applying to either S
united indivisible. As his in a upon
I ; wo aro one
1 "head1 wish his brown wig by bis newspaper ot this State for the space of three of the undersigned Agents. ubIlc l1JeetlDp.-Printe Rooms,SittiD I
representative I do not Hesitate todeclare them. unrpmantic ,
months before the said first Monday of December.August2dA.D.1852. .- J. W. CALDWELL Charleston.
His heart and soul were with the Democratic side nnd bit bundle clothes scattered E. W. BUKER, Savannah.BELLECUAS3EE I- Rooms for temporary purpose, always in

; party in all its purity. 'Union And love of ,1 The white headed children of tbe house JOS. B.LANCASTER Judge & FINEGAN. readiness at the Magnolia! Retreat.

COUDU',' was his motto. The recent nominations come out first,took;a distant view of the monster Southern Circuit'State ot Florida. Jacksonville Nor 29 no48tf S. MIRANDA. .

of the Baltimore Convention would have -aa it seemed to them-and then returned: R. R. REID. Pilatka. Notice

*" met,his highest approval. Ur. Pierce baa ever '. to reported prpgresi After a little, tbe father .w rlte., April 10, 1852. weettaafter date I will'apply to the jodc. S

been a warm personal friend of his; and or the family came, and: the nffair being explained A. FPLICATION will b* made to the General AaXia. 1 _Candles Tor.: ; Six('Probate of Pataam County for Sellers ol Administration .

could be be permitted to offer a sentiment on assisted tbe Colonel in making his sembly at the next session' thereof for a char C"andlefOU&cTallo.w Sperm. Brown Soap Linseed Oil,, oa the Estate of Feribee Thifipen,Uta

this occasion, it would be 'Our own Franklin tolette-the Colonel swearing, and the countryman ter incorporating a company; to construct a Railroad ., Adamantine.pea ne.Candles Starch.White Lead. Indigo. ,, cf PatDam County,deceased.
laughing all the while. across the Peninsula; Florida under the style: LUJtlJOlUla
Pierce. With the highest I have the retsilbyMajcn.27
respect '-iDII,at
and mounted our hero started 'oft'with of the Florida Railroad company assortejf I PiUtka 15th May 1852"I -
hooor to be your obedient servant, | Dre-sed B. *.. CARR ,
1 and out of sight. nyut 14th; 1853.: i 3m. S _
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the Pubud, Square and on*:door north,of the MethoidbtChurehi" )a Forth ccunties'of Alachua and Levyon the second Y virtue of the power vested in m'e by I law $900,000. AT'fORNEyg"AT LAW AND

tl ," -' 't "'.' If' !... I. Monday In December.:'' """ : shall 'expose for sale before the Court He Use THE'MI1TIT"'L"'FE.INSl1nA. < j INCUAN"ERY': Sot1ctr I ,. -.

l'lMiu..H.u' On Treasury 'Lane/North' of: 1 For the county1 of Columbia. on the third Monday in. the cHi o| $&." Augustine, on the first Monday of COMPANY' ; / / : :

the FubliCqU1T.' .1.I < ,i 1 Inl! >tffnlb r.o* .. January. 1853$ the following dsscribed, properly or I OFNEW' YOR K-NO;35'' WALL., I A&i ;:

City Hotel? On Charlotte and Bay.Street, a few/ The U.S.Dist! cfCoart, at St. 'Augustine,.on th..". ra much thereof as will'pay the 'State and ecu I'TV Accumulated Fund,'NOT;; 1st, 1849, $9O ,-1 ; ,,1.0J&lDok .". i, ,

doofs couth East.of&the Public\ Square j ... t. *, fir t'l\-onds1in'ApriL -. '' taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon. '..1 1 OOO.secnrely invested in'Bonds and;'Mortgages WM. A. FORWARD, I 8IMO '"

1. FU Itf'-lI; ttl. On Charlotte Street sod Treasury TIE' Tit A VEL1.13R'S GU1T: >C; ,3033! acres third rate land assessed.to Santos on real estate in this city and Brooklyn land stocks ,Late of St Augustine, Kast. FlorSl .!TOW,

Lau!t.north of the Public Square,,nnnexed to the Ro. rigui'i.being near Dun's Lake and lying in section cube State, and, City of New York ind, United .

Flori4 Hoa e. .. -., ROUTES FROiTciIARLESTON- 4S.tOWD&hip'12 south, range 28 east. Double States Government. ART UNION OP-
t l..1 BOARDING HOUSES;! r taxed and advertised for non payment of taxes for ;I This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extendeJ PHILADEL

1 Mitt F tio: On $t. George Street'', a few door* .' From Charleston to N-Yor1-.. Leaving daily: t at the.year 1851. Also assessed for 1852.as per "Addi- j: and prosperous bu in"tIS. Incorporated by Ille LelbJa

I Booth of,the,Court Hovie and Public.Squared l lO. J JI" .31-2 o'clock ,. .JI.. By Steamer Wilmington 160.miles. tional) List.. j I The Company declared a dividend ol profits of fif- PennsyIvaUIa .

: : N. P p,. On Bay strnt comer of By and .-By Railroad to Weldon IG'2' nines. To Pe:: Ui.kaa taxes and expenses are paid before,day of ty-two percent on all existing policies on.the 31st. FOa THE PROMOTION OF' T ;" '

I : Garden Lane. 'j.; ,.; .-. r' t.J I le burg 63.-To Richmond 22.fo Acquia,Greet sale. '' 1- January, 1848. dllTS, 'OF1)ESIGi'L. e: ,. ,

,, :poc1o! :"). 'I I 701:-By'Steamer to Washington"55._By Railriad to R. B. C A NOVA,Sheriff and ex officio All the Profits. are divided among. IfNLTLD. 8TAT.&s: .
% Dtet. P. )tVeecl ". Office at hia Dwcllio I House: Baltimore 40.-To Pfiiladelphia 92.: -To Nf w-York Tax Asaeteoiand Collector,s.J. c; tile Insured. .- -

I on Bridgefltrmrt .' .. rOo *87 Total.diatauce: 771 miles. Time 60 hours. Fare June fi. 185] The premiums are ,payable in cash annually, sem- .-9; TiiI.

, ... *<. / *,. U. Peek. Office on St. George Streets -- : f .jnnually 'or quarterly,. interest being added.. on the Hut C. CAiMr. Present.John. W'Jt1.t.t 4.-
a few doors North of the Court House. \ ,8:10he! "Southerner" (St'eamsh'ip) I leaves Charleston I :: Tax Collector* 'Sale. deferred payments. Vice Pre8idUlt EDWARD P. t .J); k

'j i DRUGGIST."i: (every tenth day after the 27th of April o'clock pThro *. :BY virtue of the powe* vested in me by law J The cash principle adopted hy this Company urtr, E. U. Burz.xz.Rscifrdjig MCTtIRTYZ llei

1 j. PeC: .Zylttra. ChemUt aDd DfiJggest. Charlotte, in CO bourse Fare (StnterRoom) $25, expose for sale before the Court House in cures to the parties for whose benefit the Insurancesare GEOJtl& W. DIWZTiCorre9hllht&&ere ", ;
Street. j I From Charletton to l'AiladtlpAiaThe Ofprey the city of Su Angu tine, on the first Monday of effected the whole of the advantages, without '.." 1

I leaves Charleston every other Saturday, at 4 o'clock January 1853, the following, described property or j j subjecting them to' the heavy l drawback of ac mu- \ 00't, ]:,1'- <:
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LAWYERS. in hours. Fare 20, so much thereof as will pay the State and county hated premium notes. '
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r. x.-through Sartaia Charles
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Bt j B."uAl. Counsellor; Law-office on ArilleryLane. From Charletton' to NewOrlcant. Leaving daily taxes and necessary expenses due thoreon. Persons may r effect ineuranee on their ,own lives Charles Toppa-Jae5 S. w*

I ; ai' 10 o'clock A. M. B; 6. C. Railroad'to Augusta 136(i One Town Lot in the city of St. Augustine owner and the lives of others. A married woman can in- son. 1\1.Macale.ler D. l. H. Butter Ilenty S.
d.-t.\ Putnam. AHorney and Councellor I niiles.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By unkuown, situated on Marine street. adjoining ; cure the life of her husband,thv benefits of'which' are is, L Leinud: William D. Low .
; T; ...sitawotflcePiCOIatLitrCCt.! I Macon and Western Railroad to 'Griffin 42.-By lot of J. W. JJwiuney and leading tl&e1'from dirertly I secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or chilh Joseph D. Stewart,M. D..F4wj IL Cope

h i L \. 'Gso1eL4FmftbdIkrAttOTh Y and.Cqflett5T... .... ,,.' n8tig*.to Opolafa is-juy ,itkilroact to' tOU1gnmT, south to a lot of "'rancia..Ptiaacht3.. returned by h ren. Fdward P.1\IitcheU.lohn. S.Jlm.A,. 14..... '
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1",1 < t ,10: l"itH BnetlwrDoaTe'iixfdand: AUles 1: (;
ti : .....w \mcibicb"'o. flouae? .r 65 -By"Stenmer to: Blobife 331::'New-Orleanv ''adf ertued for non l:Clergymen": a n J "all'o th,rs dependen t upon sala- OlD. '. ., ..x.;
-I----- 1(16.( Total distance i.OOG: miles. Time 123 hours.' payment of taxes for .years 1849 50,and '51. Alsoassessed nes specially invited ro avaii them elyeStoC a resource Everyhlernbcr. for the Tctr '

lUBLICOFFICES. Fare $3 J. 50. for 1852 as per"additional" whereby their surviving farnilts may be secured Will receive, for each :dotwcripUooof: .

fott Office.' G. E. Llanibi! ,.Post Master, Court From Charleston/ fftID-Orleans\'n \Savannah I, sate LTnI, -ts taxes' nail expenses Ire paid before day. of i rom the evilsoipcnury. .' 9 print of 'FRt. i Do :.

4 I. daily ,,9 A. M. By Steamer to Savannah 140 mile | Pamphlets explanatory of principles of Mutual HUNTINGTON'S, "CHRISTIAN:
SurGener5i7bn R. .
B. A. Putnam fl. CANOVA A
: SurteyoirGenerar Office. sheriff and ex off.Tu.x I | Life Insurance,ajid illustrating .i" 'advantages 'with ANI 'ij'
Central Western Kail-
r Kailroar'
By to
of jl/acon CHILDREN.
HdprtalBtreefcorner: :Artillery Assessor nnd Collector! .
s. i C I forma application be obtained at the office 01
/I. r> road to Unrnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.By .- may M Engraved by TOSBPll.A..J.VDRETYS

jtttanJ1top1tStret.L&nd Office.'-A.. T. :Noda Register of Public [ Railroad to Montjomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile Tax Collectors .Sale.: the Company, 35 Wall St.. or of any of its agents.' AND '1'11& COMIMMON ,. ,( :

... 33 1.-To Ner.Oi lea on 166.Total distance-1,032 of the TRUSTEES I'A printAnd Jluntingtora' .
:;: Coun'Honse. vested
office in
; Lands power in me by l law |j Jos 1tJERCY'8
.Byvirtue .i Collins David C Colden, i .
TAD,. T. Euitcll. Receiver, office in CourtHouse. miles., Time 77 hours. Fare 39. 50. e for sale before the T0urt Housem i Wm J Ilyslcp! Alfred Edwards Engravediy A. H. BITCllIB, NVf DllB1JJ '
: Or the
the choice
cityofSt. Augustine on the first Monday of r R II Win Betts oran)' twoo.th.r"to--mr ,;
G. ) office I Distances. FareTime.. Jan,, 1853 the following described MtCtm'y. Four SpJendId .
. Judge 9f Prolate. ( Humphrey's Judge, property or so Ered Winston Blunt E.arDYlllp ... '
in the Court House. To-Athens, Ga., 221 m. $7,95 20'h. much thereof as will pay the State and County taxes C W Faber ". .Joseph Isaac G '.'i' ". viz : J ":
Court office I in "Chattanooga 'I'enn.,445 13,12 31 and the rson. 1.-ioJI:! KNO'x.S Ticmv '4
: j'elerB. D"r"... Clerk Circuit necessary expensea due thereon. John P: WITH .Mu
.. "Columba.S. C., 130 4.00 8 t Yelverton; Henry Wells .. SiorsFainted, Qvur..
i, the Court House.Eafael 500 acres third rate land assessed to the heirs of L. Theo Sedgwick Wm Moore 6g Leiize ".gr"'ttl.
I 'D. Canova. Sheriffand Tax Collector- "ComdenS.C., 142 4,00 9 Sebastian above 2..RCTH AND Bou, Painted 6r Rot
Espinosa, the head of North River Stacy B Zebedee- .
Qollins '
"H mbiir S. C., 13G: 4,00 8 '
I ?
bee in the Court House. lying in 'V&rtij1. ,
.1 _. partly section 42, township 3, S. R. John H swift: Jona: Iifler, ...
F Collector of Custom John M Hanson;office.- 'MetnphisTeun., 740 28,00 range JL'9 east, abd section! 39, township 4 south range John Wadsworth David A Corastock' 3.-&lEJtcY's Dust. : ,Painted 6 H"ntingtq71.h, ",.,

.! Planters Hotel Passengers for either of the. above places'kMk .29 east. Double taxed and advertised for non 5 M Cornell, Robert '.< l' fled by Ritdi ,...

I r Intpector of Custom Ora Howard office in Charleston, daily by S. .C. Railroad at 10 ment of taxes for 1850and 1851. Also asjeascd: pay for Gouv M Wilkins James Chambers Shuyler .. 4.-COKISTUU. g lfDnu CSn.DIllf.Pai1lte41r 1f .. ".

i Howard- -- Buildings- Market- square.-. -- t A. )I. ...... 185 2,as per "additional list. John V L Pruvn_ JoseDh. TurWrmnn_ .. Ehn'n.oIIJ.- .." -n_ .:..,"a. .
f 1. JI. Sronnn. Judge U. t). C'ourt Worlhern I Uiileta! taxes and I Inl I -- --- --- a copy of thePhiladelphia ---.t' '
' Charleston and Florida Liuc. .. expenses are paid before day ol Fr esh Whittlesey Moses II Grinnell, ;
.. office the Court U i! '
Florida in
\ District UiC. ," 1.-
CbarleaEIy, Wm J Bunker Art 1TuJoD
G. R. Fairbanks:. ,Clerk U. S.- Court/'office in NEvFT'ACKETSTEAlIEaT.' R. B-TANOVA, Sheriff nnd ex-off., John C Cruger "- Eugene Dutilh,, A monthly Pamihleticntainino-a-reIpoh! r ., 1 ,
- the Court House. .. '1 Tax Assessor and Culluctor Walter! l c iona IWltitutioq. Ehe&ra ;
i. Joy, 'Francis and 1at
s. c. Lathrop, c
Deputy MarthaL Gwrge I. Zthubaur, office in :FLORIDA, June, 26. 1852. It Alfred Pell .... J 0 Thatcher, .' : .. subject oCthe'Fine Artl nnatiOD'on, .i .

the Court 1I0u e. L. M. COXETTEH MASTER JOSEPH B. i ': TIJROUGlIO.U1; TilE
I Tax Collector's Sale.
Secretary.JO 2MO----
IS NOW 10.? : a 71'-
in the. House. running regularly
Court ,
Gad.lJumphreY6.-flfficc The An '
Y virtue ot the ,EPU BLUNT, Coun nor.. Union or
a i. L' fhillipt, Notary Public-office Bay. Tij on'the Line between B. power vested in me by law Ph.ilact"phis".wud', prf 10
Street, ,.a little North of the Market and .neirt on duor _*__ Charleston! Savannah,' and thai' I expose for sale I efore th.*Court House inthe (;. FAtBiJi.sKS, $,' Agent St. Augustine ,Fla.qldth itlt own or Carticate.\rt with which origiaal Am tMa.worklJ .-

>o tht Post office. the St. John's River. ? city of St. Augustine on the.,. fitst Mondny'in 11111.1. bcpurcaqtJ jJl any panDdS
tat..s, at the
October, 18 2. the -- option and
OFFICER Th following scht'Jule108 been adopted. which following described selection of
CITY .. property.'or tepes wW.
JJ ::3J lr l1! -
niuch nlay.obtun'ft
". MIo.r..Gai lumpl, tY'.' II LOWS the hours of arrivals and departures from theta thereof as will pay the State and couniy o priz at the -I4

JLiureace Andreu") jPauV'Arnau !j-. various ports : xes and the necessary expenses due thereon. ST. ..lUG S..1'lNE, E. F. 'Y.ichl Allnllnl Dt1tr1bii Uoii. ,'" '
-, l'it ,* "- \ Ajjrmen. Leaves Charleston every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock M. 150 acres third rate land assessed to C. and G. L I deTlace on the Rreu/tlf '!lllti/4ll

B. ..* "Medici f I i Leaves Savannah t-triy Wei'mtilny! at 4 F.M. Clarke, being the one 'half of one tract the whcle -i TillS r S'l'.It nLISll lIE.v'r bay 'Ja/III ecerJ Year., of1'4 .

F.J.Ouincey. J "- L eaves Jacksonville every Thursday' at 10 ." A.M.Lcavas tract was orpinatly granted to 'C. anl G. Clarke, .B '"S tttMlrruonc Thorough! Repairs this THE EXECU'rIvjtO1.i'! !: _'C, .QF TI*

Cleric of the City Council, Charted Haager office Picolata every Thursday at 2 r.)(. the other half is returned by 'Ir. Jacob Micklcr south .- -. prtscnt scaibon, is now ready fort ART UNION

at the Council: room.. I BETCRSI.NG,, of and bounding on Moses creek being in section rrcfptiot! ( *:'JDljJ'JI FAMILIES AND! When so requestetselect &jjtjofrt.wvLoatefiarw...
LL"t'f Partial and Clerk of the Mat let, F.P. 46, township\ 8 south. range 30 east. Double taxed TUA.NSISNTCUAUDLIW: or Cornp.&fluUT..JUI t tfieir' I" '.
Pilatka o'clock have
Leaves at
N f / every Friday, -A. M. and advertised for I CUll spaciuus FREE G\I.L .
Feireira; non of
Leaves Picolata 10 payment taxes for years tux.nts. ,2JOdlES\Ur STREET.*
PORT WARDENS. I Leaves Jacksonville every Friday,. at 3 L.; r'-v. It4-f9, '60. and '51. Also assessed for 1852, as per Apur i vor those person in the country who ru"ylir n.;'-

r. C. Zylttrot Charlet. Haagei' Jo:. E. Pomar Leaves Savannah Saturday at 9 A'X. additional list. Ron: Airy, Clean, and IVcatu mole fiuui alleriell'ur. public exhibition of tliS !"\*
.' p- f,: AI f\ : >! it,( If. fHriiinhedliaudsoniely.rVotliinj .- Fiue Arts. 'J
. The FLORIDA has been built*under the 'special FU- .-
r : AUCTIONEER. ; \Vasiliiis. I "
: 1 .Cemtr.F.\I.? P- Ferrera and J. A. Slriseha. pl'.intrnd.t'neeofCul'' | eoxetterlInd her peed nnd 150 acrrs land, being one hnlf of a 30,0 ncre tract i .
Subscriptions !
The Ilimsisls well known of hii;:
accommodations for Passengers are uis-urpnMed by originally: granted to (> and G. Clark-, the other 150) asbcinjj rC'cntly rnsnIirr.hipr.33. bt' ;ntte !
, t I 31E 7C1ANI'S. any boat ever placed on the St. John's. Freight acres is returned by C. Slier, nil of1 which is situated Built, Exprossly with a view to the accoinoUalioii -. euf1.'a'tjlraerictMIf.j sa 01forly mocn,1Lueintef, "- .J
< jhe "
tBarlingamel nnJ pange as low as by 'any other line. Any fur on Mantnnzaa river, being section 37. lownt-hip 9 Lit Ltrullls nnj nlhers) Ut.iiig cntirt-ly! "Jlirifarter* .wliic will:"" .
l, ( &' Howk-Corner of St. George.. be south, 30 built L ,f Wiwui with lrtif iris connecting Fold. Wit rd tI. upon the recfipv.ol the :
; ther information ran obtained by applying tueithcr range CUtit. Double( taxed ,and nuvtrliafJ ( ) 'of the money o any-pi
1 I \ and Tria.uryLsnr.-" J" '. of the undersigned Ar<*ntB. for non payment of taxes for years 11:49: ,'50.0IlJ '3l.' i in;: Doors, &c. which rentier it Frre from The country. ;

Cirrovgkt E. Ca".'. Wholesale.and, Retail, denier J W. CALDWELL. Clmileston. AL-o assessed for Itl5 ,Ullllt'r additional lid.J U I :i mvuess. Fireplaces, Climls windows -.Iloiorary. Secrr ncs' will givt receipts r"t
expenses arc paid before Jay of (
., No.2 East aidc.Chulotte: direct: North C"Rv.: ,
the sa le. h Hundred! } ,'ct. I'rot>ctron from Rains; Colt! "- ..i-t .
j \If Public square. r JatUst'nville* It: B. CANOVA, S leiifTnnd ex ofiu-io \Vi.ids.e.! forming a desirable KETKEAT from I ( 'f+ nF'nJiiy; :&cnll',, # .
; ,Gev.'ge Hurt. Lrealer in Staple and Fancy Dry.: 210: CVsntii Street '
Ioods.V cat side.of Charlotte tstr.:,-t, a few dooraSouih 10 R 1PS2.R. REID, Pilatka.! Tax Amettut rnd CoJli-ctor.s. J.C. roitfinenienl! ; tit It II seasons: uP the )'ca..._ I : ..-. _, -, t'flhl.dtlplia.c ,, .*_. ,

,of Treasury Lane. April June26I85. The House is .sitnattd: 'fnelnsr! So.uli hi central : iit;:. .:.1- ; .

,[.c'l..V.,W kn" an. Wholesale and Retail dealer y virtue o! the power vested in me by law I r nt IUorT, Utlt! retired from other Dwelling*. ,"l-" ofir<' L-; hercbygven..qatsii! \Y"''!I:ar r tf_ :
of Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the B ball expose for sale be'ore the Court Hou!''' An Ordinance lo explain certain parts i-f an Or- Thu IIoUsc c"! '"itJs 4J Kooins. with additional 1' -I %;u-1iitYt.PJr1e; JuJr-: Proliat-oi St.Jdinj ; I

Ground floor of the City .Hotel-Dry Good* S.tore, door ftt Mellonvillf\ on the firtt Mondr.y of Ang-jst dinancc prohibiting JItIff'S(1' Callle from go.illg i Parlour Dimuj;, *r*ttir: r bootnv.nnd' conveniences c.'IIty.:; .. fi'rLMler.rlaiut"r.: t"I em |,e4W *. fi i

Charlotte' street. Howard'! Buitdi g. ,next the follbwjng depcribrd tracts (.1 Innd-or so at larue tcithin the City -f AT. Au! uxline. ;in j pc ;*.!rat -l&vMziuJuilvuvjiR-- ot..t.....i\1 .IMt..lIb.. a 1l:1lv.. Lie uf tI".IJiIJUn 1.? *-W'. '.: i

Mittet S. % N. Pinkham. Dealers in Fancy i O.h thereof ns wMl pny the taxes due thereon the lie it Ordained lay the Maif/ftnid Alderman of iset! be Piup 'S:,. d. I r: td. -: .1 '
Goods, &:. opposite the Planters Hotel on .Easta.de :: .Stnte flC Florida bud Conty .>f Orange for the Yt'orJ the City of >/. Aiigrsline, That the Ordinnnce Tls! well: t-rtii-d! Reputation lliis IT->tic I MtUUrCE .\ .CrES. 1- % I i

Charlotte str et'. J J851to wit ; j prohibiting horse and cattle frcm, going at largewithin hns from Yrar lo Vi-.ir tcflurcJitm bcih I gf.\U"'CI.tHint"'Ju:1p,26tbJ' j:.'. ..!. \
Pedro JJenet Dealer Groceries; Provisions,&.c., 75O acres of Lend in Tumbull swamp belonging the of St. ; I .' I I 3t a
city Augustine to construed osto I I'r priciress M U's. [)\VI 4 n I'n to s'l.-stain, and TO
I corner of Cvnaand St. George street. to Wm G' Foot returned PO.TL11ArEILS.! !! \ t I
or supposed to belong subject/turn/ horses and Cattle .
I fui.y hereafter for IM liLcrai Iat.on.ige lu-retofoiv sbu[ t pns'r I
returns OF."I t
F. J. Qtincy. Watch baker and Jeweler. on I Benjamin A Putnam. described fine iI --. ., I'.t'IUPS. t
by boundary to a that ate found at her thatiuo.
George street, office of Dr. Peck. rrIIh.UndtfliV1ed,1OtIHasterni PUrasaflt .
i nearly opposite l O.-we
large within
no,. NeZi ". Retailer of Boots Shoes Cops, Also 350 acres.belonging or supposed to belong' South, and the the lot City of the viz U.S.: Within St. Francis ihe City Gates 1'Ins Table wijl In snppljc.l; with choice I _L AIrghany! Co. Maryland! was the first perm ja- I I I

j Hats and Dry Goods, east 'side of Chariot litrret, to Chariot T Gobert, returned by William A For North and within of the iivi-r Barrarka the Batt Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish; Ducks. Venison, ; the U.. S wha.conceivedVand undertook! 14 'n,:: -, I

corner of Charlotte street end Treasury Lane: ward.AUo. side,, to any port any of the part Western shore on of l\lJ1rlo iVrlrvMimd Shell: Fish, which ut this limo I to publish the idea, of supply [ing all po! t If&Ct't"-u" I

Lawrence Andre. Tailor* Charlotte street, 9HO acres belonging supposed to belong i Sanchez .(;ft't'k of raid City. our liners tutd: Furests abound. Two or I cheap! ttamjw.) All stamps wade by him are "w., \

near the Fort. to Robert Martin, returned t>y B A Putnam I Passed in Council May 17,1P52.EMANUEL IIlIIre Hunters, spurtiU.,; cXdusn'cItilr'this njnJ equal or *iprior to any- othtf: tbaLcsa. be-r. ; -4.. ;

John Urina. Boot maker, Charlotte street near J SIMPSON. Sheriff. and Tax Collector.. o. .c I J. DE MCDTGES, House.Horses procured at the name price, and whenever any are,. k I

rim Cit?,Hotel.) Jan JUt 1862. .0 Mayor Pro Tem ; Carriages; Ponies Guns, Fishing sent out in any way defective Dr unsatisfactory.f : .,.1

Michael\ Nelligsn-Cabinet Maker Charlotte Attest Tackle?, Bouts for Excursion, &c. plicate shall bep forwarjeif, on notice, without ,. .

street,IK low Tewperance Hall. TO LAKGE PLANTERS. t.'HAs. HAGER. Cktk of the Council. Very Respectfully, charge. All who order a set ofscaiip', WITH CHMJOR *- f.Aduiittistrsitrixa 1 I

lU'North,Join. Nanvey.Gate of:the Btackthulth City and-i Gun Smith,-near,,' Valuable Tracts of Land far ,..Sale.f I'ROPItlETRESS. shall DATES be kept, at in Two Dollar only-(for thirty piecei'- F ,* '

i- {. \ Ut subscriber as Agent ot.lho several owners An ordinance lo nmend nit Or- Address "Post stamps; adlibitnm. : '> 1 :.. t

Bowling Slley, Liqttort \ and Eefrethmenlt by 1' oflers for sale come of the mos valuable hinds proliibitiu? IIor,sc 2tud If.' R.-It Is the wish of the Proprietress CId.. .-:. ,faster Plcasut Grove,Alleg uaV 1.1..'.
'j : F. Bridier C Philip "8U. Retailer ofLiquora. Refreshments sot acres valuable hammock land, West ofFlem.- the CIty; of at. AOIII 1IIIe. to the House should be civil, attentive --- ----- I

!1 &c., Charlotte street, opposite. Bridicr's Bowilng ington, known ns the Gibbs Lands Marion Co., Be *t ordained by the ,Mayor and Aldermen of f and.. .. obliging.. Sale. .I..'' *'"". -I:, I ..
; Alley. i i iI 1IUO acres near the Alachua Savanna, known as ihe City of HI. Augustine, Thnt it i "hull|| also -' Y permission of. the Hon. the Court of ProbstjT ,
'f jhc Carey Grant. be lawful for'the City Manhol} to report to the CARMICHAEL: AND OSGOOD'3 ?' :5t.,Johns County, will be rold, at the Cc art!

;I- STAGE OFFICE. 1400 acres in San Feiasco Fammock near Newnnn. Mayor the owner or keeper: of any horse, mare, DRUDGING ilIAClBI JD.fS I Uou."t' m the City of St Ausu ine,on Momlaylfirf'" f:

I Office.of \trieolota, Mail Stage< Dr1 ier'. City .'villc', known as the Lawlon Lands. gelding, colt or mule, and abo any ('ow. heifer, 'HK: undersigned have been appointed agent-t 23d day of Attsriwt leSa. at 12 \L the following real l. .-

Hotel I! 1'' Severs! thousand acres good and in the Arre- bull, ox or calf found running at large within .the JL of the owners of his invention,and would recommend Lsute-of the Estate of the late Domingo Usina &- ., .
1 y' jlornlo Grant.- : the City of St. Augustine ; contrary to the provisions it to Contractors Companiea. or Individuals I, ceased ; to wit A lot or parcel of ground with-Ui s
J CHURCHES. 7000) acres on Halifax River, South of St. Au of an "Ordinance prohibiting horses and. who are about doing. work ot, the following description Duudings thereon situated ia..the City o/ St. Aajn*. ,'
Jlomdtt Citholic Church. .NQrthisidd MODumeDIcluare. gustineknown. as the Bulow Plantation having 800 I Cattle from going at large Hithin the city of St. ,viz: tine and bounded as followa, namely$ oa the West.",. .!

i 1 .. acres of open land suitable for cane and cotton. Augustine." : Extensive drainage of Swamps, Marshes' and Ku-. by George .Strr f; on the North by lot of Daxto I I
JEpitcojial CAi rch. South side l\Ionumt'ntsquare. And several other. bodies of hammock ,land on I Pasted in .Council Ftbrnary 7th, 1858. gar Plantations.' 1. Allen ; on the ouih by lot of James Uarlbert..ud /* \

Pretty teri(in Church. On St. < George street navigable waters. L'.1.. de AIEDICES. .Mayor Pro Tem; Building Levees around Plantation or Towns, on the' Last by lot of Jo-eph Yacl"UYD or-lIiJ j I !

{South 'of 'Ihe titles are undoubted and terms low-Apply. Attest, Opening Channel! way and removing Bars at thr Jot cfmfainmg. one sixteenth of an acre,more or,eu. '.

Mttk*ditt 1iseopaZ CA.r,!. Si.: George, street, to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS i ClIAS. HAAGER.c. 'c. .r mouth of Rivers and Harbors. Condijions Cash. .. II

t near the Majnoha House. *. '1- Feb 28. 18.52: St. Augustin ',FJorid ."";.a I Making Canals'through dwamps,marshy or sandy '- ANTONIA HITCHCOCK,.Admrx.8t .)- .. ,

; I --- .. ....,. '. ----0; Billiard Table.aud Ten. Pin ground. .' ?.. Augustine, 21stADA1US JulyJ52.' ..__._a:-e- !I
TERMS. OF COURT. EASTERN CIRCUIT Tax Collector' Salt.Y the Magnolia Retreat Alley. Deepening water around Wharves and Piein. ;
FLORIDA; B virtue of the power vested in me by law I I A day and -Evening. open. throughout the Keeping open channel way through Lakes and Ri-v & I \

:Ic. IrmK tnUl' shall expose for vale before the Court IIouw Nov M no48tf S. MfRANDA. vera; removing Rafts pr sunken! Logs; tearing op C1)'Sr I,
,- F in the city of dt. Augustine on the first AlonLlay'ofOctober Roots of Trees, etc. ... !
For the Counties of Orange and St. Lncle Melonville I "
To desirous of
first next the, following described property or eo NOTICE. pet sons improving waste-Lou Jabv
on the Tuesday in April/and on thi eiUrclTuesday. much therrof will the State and taxes drainage this machin can be be ..
before life first in as pay county HEREBY GIVEN to all recommended as abe ... 1
Monday Wovem- Creditors
lulnf'lchand'enl1yur... and the necessary expenses due thereon to wit: IS Legatee, &'others interested in the Estate Heirs only! one adapted to all the purpose necessary- ...
408 acres being sU parts of a tract of land assessed Henry Klonne tit. of I To those who are building or repairing Canals, or I
Pntnaai Pilalka gateof Johns ,
Forthe at ,second Tuea
county County deceased I
to Ynes Gomez, th ) drains it, will be found of immense value
lying on -or near : that on the expiration of as it will
Forthe.):DApriL.,coonsy of Marion,at Ocala fourth Monday Johns River being in Township 6 South Range Str hereof I will apply to the six Court Months of Probates from the for date the I I i,: deepen the Canal levee., andat the same time form an embankment .- I N & W YOLtK- iAXP '. k I.

East Section 10 of private surveys one seventh part County of St. Johns | or l f, :f 4 :
aforesaid ,
of for final
April of 83 is teturned Gomez of a settlement I| This machine fanned with either horse rtE\VORLEA..ts -,.,.
; the counties Alaishua and New111.1lTille consisting acres by Philip my accounts with said Estate and 6r tpoicer ,10 !
tor Levy at a discharge
first Monday in May. Double taxed and advertised for non payment oftaxes' administrator thereof. as I which can oe Increased to any eite-t. EX.PREH tI.' 'I, ', c" -( ft 'I

for the Coua y of Columbia, at Alligator, on the for yean, 1850 and '51. Also assessed for, :- FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr They are now in tlocef'@fuopt'ration'Jn!! all pirts of -.7- 41 i
1852 Additional List. :he county,and may be seen at ,
as per St. Augustine February 21st 1652. Charleston SOuth Car- OFFICES i--i'
,ecodModtyof3ky.a. 1 :
Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of chum; Navy Yard Peosocola; and on the Canal between : 16, J8& 19 Wail .\ I I
the of Nassau Naiwau sU
; For county !! at C.H.on the Galveston and San Louis. New-York"; .1.;.,. i
\\'edDf'8cIa belere the fourth Monday in sale. NOW Opening/-Orange*, Lemons. I3'i 'Main ast.. Hartford
Aiay. '
Ap Cf. '.
By application 10 J. 8. I' ,
R. CANOVA Sheriff nrd cx-off. SECOR. I
Esq., 61 ,
our State
For the county 'of Dural, at Jacksonville, on the Potatos Prunes Pea Nuts, assorted I at Mobile for the State of Alabama gen. .t., New lilt"" Ct.. ;
r cf Tax Assessor and Collector, s. J. c Preserves. Confectionay and Florida a : -
ourth Monday May. Segars, Liquors &c. drawing of the machine be IGaiUiltimorest., Baltimore. .; :t I,
For the County of 8 1. John's, at St. A goBtine, July, 3d, 185:3. _March 27 a E. CARR. 8.51.0 the cost etc, can seen, with information,' Pennsylvania Av., Washington. '- I !
the second M today.in June. 7
on i a '- llStb! 1851'I Fourteenth I :
July -
TALt. TUII. Tooth Powder, &c.Dr. Public meetings.-Private RoomsSiting GILBERT Washington at. Va. ., .
I For the counties of Orange and St. Lucie Tuesday Cleveland Tooth Powder English for temporary purposes always in i 8ECOR.New York 72.Camp at. Bosu n. l
,bt.-ronebe firstMbndayofNoi-embei. readiness at the Magnolia Retreat. AX CULL C I'LtAjLALK O 'New Orleans. tBy
Toothbrushes. Cologne Water French Soar rr tUtlur: .: ,

: ', Forthe county; Putnami'kt Pilatka, ,the second Cemp'jor! Soap, Honey Soap. assorted PerfumestPhilieome I _Nov 29. _. no_48tl.*_ _. __ MIRANDA._ _. _. Sale at this Office.. Scbr. Jorjda -.-- .'
before the first nqv discbftrgingButter tl
Tuesday Monday of NoTenjberr Oil, Bears Oil, toilet Powder fine Sponge I. No&e. Lard $ ,
- For the county of St; John's, on* the Monday >' Notice ,CrnckeraPQrk, hams,Bacon shoutders '.
first ) Hair Dye, A'ose Water Jl/liitary Shaving Soap,1 I -oiIce is : I ,
I hereby given that with..n
weekafter six full
inNorember.' I Straps Brushes Rog r's Perfumary Jockey Clubb I, Six date I will ,apply to the judge 111 I will weeks after date 1 Winm of articles usual 1'1
; Probate apply to thellon.
For,the jof Nassau of Putnam County for letters Judge X1to olSt: y kept the' lo.westjpriceB
t county Thnwday before'the &c. Also assortment of Roger's & Worten. the of Administration Johns County. for letters ot by Bti E CARR I
third Monday of November::: horn's Cutlery Fancy note. and Path letter Prper, on Estate of'Ferihee Thigpen, late Administration on the andles- : .
of Putnam Estate of Nicolaa So nch" ,Oil. &c ..;.
County, deceased. a minor late : ; T.IW Candles, TIIr- .
For the county of Dura], on the third'M.nday of at retail by : B ECA/.7*:' i' deceutd. of.aid CounIy TU pen I
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