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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: UF00048575:00103

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..,.. ,. ANCIENT CITY" : : I II : be trace. Their faces were :all} hard and cold, went I''up! .trorn...thous. :'- ;wrUn -. "-. av. ....

THE t lj 5 Jt uvII and they all.. appeared anxious to'c' "a'- -t we '1'" r' oyefor' 1fIuad ,jour adralra *
4 tare>Liau3P. W..SIC.LT."l" I .. I ,10 jfwflt: r t !, their Hiiufrteraiii tai f. 3liifciijiLuliii'iiii* '. .. .. U&,took_ em nli l for sailown. 4Jon of her not ic'*nonaen icsl compliment;

1.*. ,. vs.y' 8'A T &.DA1'm.. '. t .L .!W r ,1n bl. 'tt<'tear .not in picking .up' her handkerchief, or 'her
'" f W t1r '.1 f 1I 1JJ.l' 8i started lro'nVbisjtrcm9rTDjHdj'iittiere nut one ''Tbe next morning! a small party' of wreckers glove, or in carrying her (nor not, though you
"- "lIf' _. .Vf t came down 'Irom .the'rock moved along the have the
J" < ;' ;\ :+( v. j evrri, who can pit/"EP" : and means jn'hanRing.triDteta and bau
AKDOLLAR oft, or,AIIUBB. For oa4lamb4s\ Southern strand.& Up with him: !S' touted .the.Captain.Robert shore. It was strewed with 'fragments of the bles upon her; cot-in making yourself a fool

'.l7f1.ieturtstxtlm. ., nl..1f.e' laleiedtiita Oxa There; lies i s a flowjry*", Ttef rye'" bound..land, buried his face in bis handsand the wreck, and here and there was scattered alone by winking at, and seeming pleased .with her
V the first next moment his }father the bruised'' and mutilated (turns: of the brig foibles or follies of .faults; but show them. by
the
was swing at
JjUiq i or/ondf! fqr< Where groves, in richest bloom, = yard
rVpsragf 6 orange .
per cretf. Among that was Robert Kintock acts of real goodness towards her ,
each sabaeirUofe. urm. H! heard the passing and the I &party\ ; prove, by
: '
1I1PtC0l! and S&TDTy.Fna Conifer t Shed alt irqund a soft.perlume, ?:> ; creaking! blockand, : be knew that:rope be was fahcrlcssl. -; and.eagerly did he ureho.olung the. ghastly unequivocal deeds, the: high value you set on

que"t 1nJ1 deduction will b*.. made lor eo, AoJ lore s own emblcpi! there is seen : .: I. /i I corpses. as though ,there was, one be would .her,health.and.life and peace of mind; let'your

tieei 1 itt41ror.u.months.5p4ijti In the'mln1e'. (adrjesi. / ,green, \.; f Half an' hour afterwards the bdy knelt by have found. At length he stopped and stooped praise of ber 30 to the full extent of her deg

!ffrU < necU. t most be paid .for .rpre There,in I the 1iI() silver bells ,. ,I". '. Ihetttdc ot a ghastly'corpse,and ajBitnple prayer ; over one, upon the shoulders ot which were serfs but let it be consistent with truth and
; rr/cjj/ crest bes'ntv dwells A. : bis two golden epauleltf.! 'Twas the captain of with sense, and such as to convince her of t'
InMrtionaBcl"'Mby a /t'gnlar uitomerf! "By ;' The p ever, ; ..' escaped: ; ,lips, 'Tlien another lo'u.. milrmuring /
the brig-the murderer ot his father The your sincerity. He who jslbe' flatterer of his
'' thertaukite aura.,inay be*ascrtalk4 There blooms the:rose,,and'in its hue, boUiij! _came. up fromhis bosom;, but ;
rinjr u> our.ltnas! aiuooot'.tholU who stood\ round knew its im boy placed his foot upon ,the body and while wife only prepares her ears for, the hyperbol
too traatmituj'1fhh/thcacIwrtiselUcD&1: Dec: P, lasting faith,and hope we'view ; port. .'ItWs 'deepx' pledge of revenue e 1as I a e'IiKbf.med' from bis eyes, and a teal stu [ ( others. Th"-" kindest appellation

Uy' 'A'dverViseuients' not iriitt\ ** with the name And thai dear flower, the sweetest yet' lust ; .l jhe c old! man's body slid from the shudder passed over Ida! countenance; be mute that her Christian name affords is the beat
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be continue until The humble lowly "It"i .i : lured : can use, especially before''oces.' .: An .
ler of inatfrtions rtqu'1rtc.ut : I \\r 4 IIJlC"uy. into.tUe, water, a vyfdja] ; ot lighttryurhcdtbroujh you ;
fo irUj&sj Auarged for. :? ,. ;'; ft That 'grows, ,'sweet wilding/of,/ the} f.ld., .' lilliI' { the heavens, acd in another 'F'ltheryou'are tearfully) revcnged1'The \ everlasting 'my dear' is but a sorry:compen
boy.spoke truly. Fearful in its conception ,, station tor want of that sort of love that makes
8jpOApplication In the and weeds con ea Jt'.d'dHI minute;the dread artillery vf nature sent
CredUors _
N oriel .bwrsaji4 4i., ; grass : ;
toI'
; and tearful in its'consummation, bad been the husband: cheerfully: .toil by daybreak his
.All !uc letteraof cAdmiol.\raUon\! ,4.OQBT .) ,live the prirarosi: that 1}in''i brooks .. 'forth u roar' so long and utndstotheirearstuihtitout ap loud that Ihp men t that .Pu. T'a REVEKOE! rest by night endure all sons of hardships(

All religious cotfce wilt( ho.l1aeettecl'gratojtotefyP' Dn its own gentle image.looks \ i uctuully.pluced, if the life or health of bit wife demands it.-

.". ; I'*y-/ 1"' <)J-' 5'i: hove the harebell's' fairy! wreath,,","' .. '" -led at the t the deafening sound, aud'.whut roar.: Robert had caused Kintock dread,star o? A "\WolFcrlue mesmerist., Let, YOUfdeeds, and not your ,words, carry to 1.

.''iD;;jAl!{bills l Cur Job,, Printinginusl }be, paid onthfc 1: And water-lilies, pale as desth-l f others' bosom sent a \thrill of satisfaction Bf OBUOS. her heart daily and hourly confirmation: of i
) the fact, that value her health and life
+ boainrts,and communications Around.: rocks, In gotdensugs--' ;, retcnge: revenge/" he,mutcred, to him !. Bast Mississippi: was visited by a singular
O:: All deters en<<: world and :let this be manifested to her par
-r.i t..i oiy'liT frtW' 'ivi'attention.1\ :'= ThsoowiUpandforgei-me-not,? le.It''os lio coat his eye's: over the fuam-crested: compound ot flesh: and blood_ .in the person of i ticulurly at those times when life is always .
JI\\ If', and sacred waves which. bud already riven 1 beneath the !. 1\ti ulveriD"' He Hall fellow% in ever ',
t ,t.t, '! ..I t tai" I That bloom in lone 'J'01- a was a Y more.. or less in danger.
III ,,"It -- to''" 7 ; r..T r.c.'...-,..-;: -, And th? floweret,bright as'day,,? .* power, (..fh"\ ",. sudden slorm. sense,of the word lie looked as if be could I _

&'" ",1f.. rdIaUUICI) ti|. addition lo nu That, bears the name of May, sweet May\ Tho darkness: hod curie as quickly ns did sulely take a contract to regulate the slurs it Facts v* Flcfiou.
iiutltiBlo tiles Faliro F. the slorm, und'all thai could be distinguished should of order. His hair \
uj* .QrtUimwco : they get out : was a The satisfaction with which and
( bt.Jiuffusllitc. I love ,hem' ill! their beauties twine (Irom thu deck of the brig save the breaking I Pliny other
oiM&iu\ City; <" painful red, and, to give additional interest to writers. describe the most improbable marvels-
7?. ft .*..4.,4 i
its< _/ .St... Alln'ti r-Tliat if any, person ur Recalling those sweet,vanlth'd hour! utter, haulm ol. J lightning,;; illumined the heave soft silky texture. His! complexion) was singular queiry t they show in admitting the truth COt o

t |1t'INln.> shall COLIma it Of raur to be &ruiiilltfdormLJ Passed of old in"the Land! of Flqw....." ens. ; fair and freckled almost beyond description. other things which are really fac:., remindsus

be concrincd in comiuiulng any' trwpaas: I upon When every plant and, greenwood treeBeem'd Light,; ho !S" shouted amen forward, and Iho His eyes were small and twinklmgot a of a certain elderly lady who, dearly loving
'.' 1111.,1"; ut, garden! grove'or plantation within the city next mumi'Ui all t'cII'weru: dirvctedjoa: : t right I II mild expression und of a beuuuful hazel color. dish ol chat lost
to. breath forth sweet melody. a never an opportunity
of eft. Auirustine! or upon any;fruit irrei.-ehruhbrry: I light win: i'li, luial FsutldenlY.flushcJ( up among He war skilled: in many arts and sciences .
ot this bench
: a
luxury. Silling on
lot the
Inch on
esplanade
or frgrtablrs/ Jt1'OWintJd'any Land of Flowers,1"1! the precious name ttie disiiini ;
v rs rocks.
planl' c?uld tan leather scientifically; build bouses; at Weymouth\ her
a tta'nftn.'grpvt' or niantation, orslialibe' cdricwmed indisTroytng Thy beadties fur thee proudly claim;?' The 'wind jiud now reached its height, and practice the hydropathic system with singular she addressed warming feet in
'.npfrait'vrgeiable < or the sun, a rough looking old
J ir n erryitrg'fway ; and radient skies!, with its'giant. ; ii'snl; t ibuliiMutett directly
at vitae growing therein wtch ,pawn or ptrr- Land of bright ; power; brig success; and above ull, understood Mesmerism: tar who was lounging near, and after ai king

tiling ftoiuif. (rte' ) 'lftaatl.en t I convictioti, for each otl1.'!ka Tribute, flowers to greet the rise', \( upon* the sur.-.buun shore ut (be.rocks perfectly: welL his age, whether be bad fought under Nelson
be subject to a fin* of not
tht cusuufpnwecaden; .andf a lavr' ,lie or she amibe4i&l Scatter rich >erfuuie on theair.Aad > cd u ilh,, tear.Iu fellow., After remaining a few months, and whether they bad been vaccinated, she

& >le,to wbipjiiagBOt& ,e..ce Hling ten wipt..baU I in sad| gladsome hours, I vunciJ! they try lo t lay" the brig to the and exercising' = his physical powers in getting !I proceeded to gen ralltiea.: r
or _
I 1.iv.like jcojiis4# An*! Inevri YAa.eofleottrictiusod\ : ; wind, but hoi u sail. would avid for ui> instant, a livinir .fin. tuck \dud gyss at M h..1.I a nunnuuneed You must have seen some wonderful thingsin
t etf: .ad'r shnll, stand. cotMBiitivd until the fine or the \\its love thee still,sweet "J Land of Flowers! until ut 1 Ivngil) the men managed to get up u : tttwt. be designed pruclising; his i favonle -I' your travels Miser Sailor "-;

i t>.ilty nlid.all. costa lial| ba-r (beru ratified and pee MIET, ELLEX. lure und 1 main storm_ stay! sail unlhu! brig hydropulbic system-( 'Yes marm, I've seed A tew.'
lie ;t.l rtur ordained. Tiial )jt shun,uut bf uiJful stood a:bliuit.t ilrnc'JraYd( l)' up rttuisst the heaviiijr The boys obuu town, ot course endeavored '1 suppose you arc t familiar with the wonders
'
1 fur any'merchant or &iJiup-kwju-r. or otlier paw. 'I"lls, IMlol's LLL'.CH..t.. 'I seu. Hut it was evident: thai even should to quiz bun on every: ) jjccasion, and if be was ot the deep

t.' krrp o,"*... hare, or tUipn a; uf Sabbath any guud day,ur clmtcU' barter A'SEA SKETCUBYiSYLY'ASCS" ; COBS: Jit. \ she ueeeedfm, keeping to the wind, she musteventually \ no: an object of interest he could be onnotuniuoement. The old boy looked at her as if taking tho {
Wire or iutcnaBJue: on the' the 21st of :Si-: bo driven shore 'fur the ottho Tuc news of his professions: '
onvicdon be dare in the It ,,'ullO\Yurd. night\ on J 'ptcm" power spun measure of her faith turned his quid and m- !
win or "Mil' !! the ten: M.dollar.UV,ahMl fur' ou evt-ry rush ulFepce, 'together. i bur, 1834. A small Kugliou' war, brig, wludiIm.l insetting %ra'cs'IUI: greater: \ limn that ul spread through tho village and the irischievous ('' Iced: j 1 1'l
uf titled'' for Of smug. the wind. : boys resolved.: upon( testing: the powers ot'Mesmerism. 1 believe !
l \ ctMxii'' uf'prWcutinghe sane, one half of tic-en cut }the< suppression you marm. Why,I've knowed it t
whjch M i i inc Baid i ,finC' shall be .psid Urine person informing: KlinE| ,was liizdy' ciucjiiujjuloujj over the heavy I Iniutiototious Buy, do )yru know what light that is?'asked I to blow so hard that a blew the very leetu out

and proaeculins the-'. nie. swells. just off tho coast of Gui the. Captain(' : us he stood holding on to the A crowd bad collected in his office and'It.zsubje.'L' : of a handsaw, and I've seen fishes. big l Yr

. D( it juju vrdaiiud. That it fhall not'MIdw- l way, and on her deck was: bring enacted 11t main rigging, to keep Ins .feet.\ wusotrereu, who Will called E-, a as big as from here: to that 'ens dagstaif(rather

'iul Ivr 1 any person by biniseli', servant or agent to Decile: 01 l fcoiucwliul: mOra than cuuunou iuiirrj j, 'Yes, sir,' replied! : Robert. 'U.. is: Ballyrnore's. loud laughing fun loving fellow, who always more than a quarter of a mile.), .> ,
',.eU or barter, to any stave suy'vinous, rpirit- t'IIII. The dny bets| re'bleu IaI1I 1 cnpturcd a small crnig. enjoyed a good juki., and never: failed. to con- Dear me! Have you indeed I suppose

" tone or ;Intoxicating. liquors v without.D cxprrn license Wit ladeu wi:l.. coninibiiud' artielcs, together"wiiU 1 What is it there for ?' tribute his share ot fun. He was distinguished, those( are the leviathan that. Solomon-no, l

in writing from. for, pewou having the,control of said tau old man and u.boy, whu bud. ehtir e I I 'It marks the entrance. to n little harbor sir, fur his wunl of retiring modesty. Like; all David-mentions. 1ud, pray what do .these I

Uvor * bur' etch...vd vyrijf olfrjoce,with Wce08tl" and the naiiiu wits Uracuil hurl ordered tbut the old { 'And;! can it1. be entered by n .,vessel of,this und one of them was, he did not like to be 'WbyU&lIu& fishesto be sure marm.'

iuloaxurf shah I"be entitlcd! ,tL1 e :our half. Jr,said.l.haU r eiiaTtyitiiJ .1I111u"Ilf should t bu |jut tai 11 ous. Tu ibis indiuaiy size t' uxked: ,the Capiaiu while a gleam uf hope: culled 'ijreen.' He sal down and the Wolverine 'But do they eat them raw{ I' '. .

if 'Uie pcrroppr' p dui"or:'tvons so tbrlt'oald,,0tItdio license, ;; the .old:: ,nun made a Jti>ut resistance, shut ucruss nit 'luce.O begunbis manifestation.: He was in per- The sailor gave a slight cough. bitched up

b? farnted tbopkerper. ,' null iu the heat ,,of the nioineul, he bud so cur yes sir, largo ship can enter there.' tecl, cold earu,, I.. E. ucted his part well.- his waistband, and replied: ,.

' shall fttokt-d., ordinance',will_ b., strictlysufurced'Pawal.in'otwcilJune,2bt1llSt. iurgottru: himsflt 1t.o strike; the ,Captnir) a t 'And du ) uu know} the passage 1' He seemed: to be p-rfeclly: under the Mesmeric 'Raw marm* No;.every tenth big Ash car-

."' The above{ : : .r.. blew which'laid him u'tim; 1h* deck: buck tin Yen" sir ; I have spent my wtjole life upon influence, The boy around were tittering. rtes a- big. -kettle----- on--- his! taito- bile'em Ia..*' .
PC. ZJJ.TR3I"or.. ju.u1L to Ilia English utUu wus past enifu- thi coast, and 1 knuw ,every turn in it.' wmk.ng! and,! occasionally pinching each other La! 1Ju) they indeed And now tell .rao

..tpu.Ihoes.j : : uud, HI ..tars I taunt. fu' .* thtd...... .u...rr.ruuce .t.iicut h e I 'Can J..tau I..L-U tuny a ili.t.wit.. I....;.. III.n os"ii..i.,;.g III:.. then. .BIUIIIII,.......< b. still sat unmoved. A deep silence what else you've seen.' .,
Attest smuggler had oven condemned lo die.A Wv >sift' niisvvured 'the boy, while a strange would for a few seconds pervade the crowd Why 1 ve teed oysters agrowiV on trees
;; ; utihe starboard fore- shut fiom his .' '-then all subdued laugh .would succeed. alluding lu the trees in ladia
j1 fI'H:$ ( iItNltY,14 I dill froin BalUw single "'hiJtYOII rove light .eyes. ( mangrove waich;
re, 4t( bt'ia.t: 1 Flour l ,30UU built Corn 40'bale* .,yard unit, and ull hands were called
Hay. 30 bags CU'.eI0hbj, rfugnr, 4U b'tls' Lard, tau execution. The lopo was noosed and flipped captain.& .r. science, was about to be vindicated, and I. covered with shell-tlah in consequence: ; presenting
SJWhVgs &Juuer4U tails Potatoes,'iiU, bile Apptrs'b' I : over the culpru''hwidj and the running end On I two conditions.' error and prejudice were vanished before its a singular appearance: when lift bare..

Cants Qietee,i 10 J hap Uats, 6 eak uf Macon-40 wus save l11ruuKtl- mull notch& block upon the 'N>ime llicm quickly/', .. resplendent ,ruys." What feeling of pride he by the ebbing of the.tide.) ,

bib Cracker, .HO kegs Nail, boxes Tobaccos 3 deck. Until ,this iiiorueut hut a word l.hud e 'The that i is inai\:you 1.ma:l go in peace and enjoyed! But he was soon interrupted by a Up got( the old lu..sYluva. a flourish with her

bl clJ do, \V ,: fodlrJ5 bafketVChauiiiague' ,! ,, I 10 beheld' the. uwlul preparation, and ihe tutu I should they happen lo'bc found there.' the crowd und louder than. all was E. Thr injured air replied:

boxes Cider.10(i a eats Tea, I 10() Juit: rouisut IU tirat iii.ow wus pitted, and'drawn tight the: colur 'I| promise: ,',, said the captain. ; 'end uow set Wolverine seemed perfectly composed. Still Well, Mister Sailor. I suppose you take me r

> Tubs, 5 boxes Oran i. %bo,e'J j I" tnona, IU casks 'tuifcU ik tilseheeks. and he Sprang; lur"Rid urddrttpped J uboul your work. But.murk me, if you deceive they 1atl,bed. At length the noise and! confu- fur a fool'; but It| is nut very civil ot you,I

Hke S Crates U box.r; Starch,iOO box w to upon' his kueea" belyru' this tueeusedCupiuin. ) me, by \\\tJ'- George, I'll shoot you on them i stun somewhat subsided that the pour fellow'= think, iu. attempt to impose on me in that man
utli, Gtb 'j651. B..E. CARL : I mcut.' I might say something l Lu increase the fun. lie ner. I wish you good morning, sir,' and away

j. ',Alt, 'rcy,sir, m( rc);.' ?: '.' }: Tho brig. was soon put,before.the wind and turned round with a calmness and sincerity she sailed with virtuous indignation.A : .
'I tIfT| 1 WORLD As...ITI.taaEa; | For whom t' u.ktd ibe officer while a conlempiuous'siteer Robert: Kintock slutiuiied 1 himself: upon they I 'ot manner that tlxed their= attention and re- ,
modest and inoffensivetone Lesson for ..L11eia.
'' rnarktd in Young
a peculiar
-
starboard
'upuichisjIps. whence bill or-
rested I : : toreyurd urn Irurip
40' :: .tadltiris &. wlt.tIs' i. 'Gentlemen l it is true I tailed just now- Nothing, i i. >o important tu a business man as
about
whom to dC11I ..u the helmsman. The
old taro were passed along :
4 ..torhU man ,you) = .
HOME\ ..J ti/t.\: AL, 'd'IC.l: stiJ.d"FAlUJL ; kill.' bJunding ve.lsel l soon came within sight of the but 1 did not UUyou! I could not mesmeric a fooWThe promptiict*. The good book says vhalsoever:

: : 1'.1! i1'SI'd l'1+1 .' Ho dies, l buy.' rugged crags, and the heart of every man leaned effect: ir&y/ be better imagined than de: thy gaud' findeth to do, du ft with all lay

\Ztabtancu WEEKLY .IT 1'W DU&'u'&U& ,TKUl.TK 'But he,i is-iny.. lather. ..Ir..u .'. : with fearful !thrills as they were swept post scribed.u Tho crowd. turned, 'upon E.. with theiiyells might. T t lesson cannot! be too:! strongly) or '
,.... who seemed to luiteumgooa part.The 'frequently( impressed upon the min &of
,
"t! -.po .. .',\. (ituiL'eriil ha were my own father ; that i a frowning rock, which almost grazed:tnera as
--- ----- Nine tenths "t"tbA! failures in business
"ii 7:111"JIt1.qt'U: ,grTSr "..I""A''JIWt.' a4 ,man" who strik'es uli'. :.nltlb.b ,uiiicvf. whiles iu t they passed. On flew the brig, aud /thicker Wolverme.* purchawd lusfuture<< peace youth. >
''I ?, ,tatow. Pll,rB> fZtgtr.jASieut; Vqr.; ihe perlormancu ut'1ii duty. must! dee, .and; more fearful( became the rocks which I by this experiment, for be was not annoyed in result from a habit ot delaying und postponing 'I
1 ,small life. An eminel ,.
matters in early
second lime.
preach
I that the boys a
;, j j" : f .1. manacled hina\ nuultcdsir, raised their beads on) side. way by
Uut t'he"was .. 1 .every .
,j .. the effect of Philadelphia, according lu the Saturday
t' Home Journal' bus ,.,w,< become uoivrrsa. \ ; '''art,' shouted thu buy., i he him' was good,and perfectly er 1
the buy. )
'
urged ..
Blade.. Pat preached a sermon to men {ia !
habits (few.ol inde.cr.iDllble.-l' young ,
ol cultivated '
faruile
: few in. ;
There an Insulted1 repealed the CaptniVho Port I'', ga.'Steadyso., I
the which be related the following anecdute.::
home most
; those who.feck, lo enliven and. tgttke t'i .' .
-. do sulied put i Advice lo Wives. '1 once knew a man who was Com-
flow young
cot ,
inulligcot ai4* attrtctivs ,place wio ? while his face !l' I
the -
did air, replied buy, fcjturboard-quick
"
receive it. It Is read we believe wherever ton' the uu. ills.'" .. A wife must learn bow to form ber bus- I u encing life as a clerk. One day his employer
lad true moral wits ftu..bedb\ ifidigiiaiiou., i Ayuystarboard : I the said iu him'Now lo-morruw that of
gold threads of domestic happiness J i bund's: ; in what direction secret cargo
thickly Into the Uel up, sir, and bo cartful tBat you :do not 'S:I t'ntJY-lio. .l : happiness be out and weighed and,
icfiaeme&l! which are woven so of his comlurt' lies; she must not cherish his cotton must gut wtt
stronger lad coarser web of,oar cO utrf' Industry set; the sumu treatment/'said the Captain l in usa Sieudy it is. ... weaknesses by working upon them,, she must must have a regular account of u.

aod entrjetfc 'pr tptrit! )'. The Home Journal is the ).age tune, '.i'f. u"* a"' .1 ?1't At this,moment the vessel swept on past an counter: tu his, projects. Her He was a young man of energy This was
hours old lndn"b this appeal, of.''his'son, overwhelming cliff, and just as a Vivid flash of not tastily; run
rpeaker the hearts of this boty nation In the, : Tin a draw the the first time he bad been entrusted to superintend i
be to upon
never ittrgeiy
1 lasr;w6id'd' >upUr6.h: ; ,Hie lips ut bot through the heavens and: revealed motto must
the, lightning
J lima to htppineea acd relaxation. and us ; ot iu liian'a suture, not tu the execution: of th s wok, be mad bisarrangements
,.. 4 GtrtUmmm U s) raised his head, and while all the butrors uruund, aloud shout was .mull tuck patience
om tuptot.lie
:AI. No Yt*?-Prt./ his lips : by trying to drive him; over night, spoke to the men
JoRm&tiuU" oi wbieh .lie resresrireaes detiuiicc'pushed over his heard from the pilot, and in a moment increase,his obstinacy t t.abut
a Lal 1. be Home a look! ot the utmost\ young httvu'iccnt 1 doubt their carts and horses, and, resolving
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... rstek,aDd his tansarpsaredas taanled- all were turned: towards> him. He stood uevei, if possible, I
II!e... rtes tenures: he e eyes eveolI ffude dues begin very early= in the morning, he i instructed
iD good! ..tute llobert.:01d: Karl Kintock the extreme end of ttie yard, and'beld much it J u real quarrel, up '
lift lAkk nu favors, upon bunds between man ana wife the laborers to be there at bal1-p ..at' o'clock. .
the I
nu..ror." --r".e-; for tee *0pi es t ''can die, 'es. well now ns 1iUll.lme., let themd hmibelf by the lift. In a moment more. he 'not tooseii: lastingly. It'irritation'' should So tbey set to work and the thing was don ;

or foe.cotOGir, ANT Wee jeara. 8wys :a ad >>,their worst/ : crouched down liken tiger after his pre, ,and and sometime bear trom'mau: I and uboul ten or eleven o'clock his master
taaet. eBbscribtrs wlthoot delay,,. AddressMORRIS Captain Dracutt t.be changedhis : then with one leap' he reached the projecting occur, a woman must expect: tu
Then) .turning I and him in the
& WILLIS, stud, I a strength and vebemeuco of language tar I comes: in, seeing silting count '
Itrec New-Xorlu tone to pnetif deep supplicsiiuii rock. I inure bun the occumuu requires. AJild us weal. ing-house:,looks,very blank supposing thai bis. ?
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. 'Do what you please.with me, sir, but'do not' Revenge! revenge! vfas all.thedoomed: men uru lo exaggeration ofiaubuage. 't commands had not been executed.
J be baa done wrong. 1 heard, and they were swept. iuy into the bulling ,us stern men prune I !
Choice JJtyuora& &e. harm my boy fur / up 'J Let nut u woman be temuied&! ever toiay '1 thought, said the muter, you were requested
., d Brand Hottaaa Gin., Monongahels um ready for,your .sentence\ land the 'sooner surge beyond.Urvakers the tuiug l burc:< .uc ur violent In reiuiiuiion. I : to get out thai cargo this morning
retf I S'! screamed man: forward uuy
01 &Umsu ,is the .better.1 : ; -a foiluw it is all done said the
,c "Wh\sk.t1,1riid1, eel Scotch do. Ale and porter you I" Tuo bitterest repentance must needs / young roan, and
. '-"Chauip-pj' *' 'Wine, Madeira, do. Sherrr do. ,*Lay hold of lh" whip' ..houih.e\ Captain. I larboard -quick I was.bat such indulgence, it'abe does. Men very few here is the account of it.'
Era the helm !
Water Cordials Claret Wine', 'of and stand by to Bui it was touJule. but seldom 'He looked behind him from that
Port do Coogres I Lay bold every man you the qeuily forget what they have said never moment
A. B. E CARE.GTICEisberebygireathittwiltalt run the villain Up.' up, n' low, tremendous grating ol brig'skeel w hat is uttered by I.bt=lrwlye.1'buy are grateful -never! His. character was fixed confidence :! '
felt and the instant
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1 la obedience to this order the men ranged was the too,for!forbearance in suca ca esfor;' whilst : was established. lie was found to be
: ; weekij. 1 themselves' along the deck, and each man laid came a crash which sounded above roar asserting must loudly that they ore right, they: the man lo do the thing with promptness. He ".
, ...'.r dU, apply w ib judge of Probate of 8t' bold of the. rope. Robert Ktniock looked first of the elements, and the heavy masts went are otieu conscious that they are wrong. Give very soon came tp be one that could not bo /

,JoB S'Coaoty: Sot Letters AdminiotraUon,'D1M,. at has father,und then be run his eye along the sweeping away to the leeward folluwed. in a little lime,as ihegreulesl boon you can bestow I I spared-he was .necessary to the firm 04 .
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t SCEffE THIRD, ACT FOURTH. ,please, ,we went'qgaiuit .Clayton's conpromise,to his correspondent'Mr.'' Koss, he charges 17 Owing to tbe non-arrival of the mail until our Importance tu soil pvibap would* R thin be of uf our > Y

t 1- " when you go for Pierce.-.-shat-would have been as not meaning wlun..rwa"charIN bim with had time to give as we will,at a season of greater '
F > H. .T ?aus show 07 GEORGIA, 8CLUS. f ; *: we a(two revenue cutters below Quebec would glrttjsn t
called deserting iu others is,only iudepen- saving! + leunre less b rid notice of the"CMd./../ali. .
t rash land wretched is the unfortunate .a t better securiy against smugfiia tfea t
4 draw with you; and iii i>o.itics: and in religion 'Tins is, indeed 'a good one! But let the .
"'.'lfht ,whusc hopes are buil) on popular faor 10U'.kriow more rejoicing js made over a reader and judge for himself. Hear ers," which appears in the last JkpiMicam, rejoicing i thirty thousand Custom House tnptojisstrung 1
peruse
" \ : and is this the end of ail our deep laid dozen new converts than a hundred old faith Go+adtila. in the distinguished name,"Banner. Aa the CODCCJC- I along tbe lute that separates us from the Bnt- .;
schemes; the great.Unron party vanished into ; of have thought I*ish! >seions on the contimnu I oat leg.rquaiau'd I
that
j ful subjects. ton fild production proper
',. air ; when I. with Toombs and Cobb,like We have no interest in 'his matter other with that 'HiMS'aad know a
mm kind II
I thank for great
Stephens- Well, ye your tharija sustain Ihe truth. We have from the u deny he correctness of oar arithmetic, as well as"
Anthurif, Octaviou, and Lepidus,carried out I sdvictf. 1 will and consult with ,'GentryIitWilliamia I deal of the in.en-a!* and.character of the pro- j I
go outset maisjained that Gen Pierce was the that ofsom other of our stataowaU ihey make a
iur !little Rome, and gave the Governor* seal and other : ; riatiala.i n l o? to iacorporatirr: .j
to Cobb, the Senatorial chair toToombs/with Toombs, Clingman t advise to have nothing- to, do room servile and untrustworthy of,Northern question of veraciry.which they nuiij be assured we wrrt 1 us G*j district 'dtjutly.peopled wits the Uexiee j

the revitionary .expectancy of Dawson's' place 1 with them-they. will you never go for Scott, and politicians and his recent secret letters to I the meet and if in doing this we happen W present a w"bur race I I should be'most lutppy to fraternize K&| trnorthern "
fur myself: Who could then have predicted are as as mules and mistake that South prove him to be still such. When he of particularsnot entirely agreeabic them. the : and northeastern j' rn >
the fatal termination of all my hopes and "i.bJ J fur obstinate attempted to deceive the citizens of.tho country taultwill be their OWIJ.f What may be the'views of tbe executive .
litiiicsty. ,
V would by his New Boston speech, 'we promptly Their .'English little for. government on the jul>:,! know :,
"Vb } t tllt'pbcns-Tuombs. ill at ease, jeer at our our we care 11 I absolutely
fatal telegraph despatch Twas ever I that thu elect 1011. was over, and nil were well..roombs.AII' .. exposed giving him his hypocrisy.and _his friend.Jt duplicity. a vast deal is now of It not!Daring been our luck, to make a donble-quick* t I':'nothing; but 1 think I cannot err in saying the '
thus; I have been too often foiled bf.Toorrbs. well that ems! well/ two-thirds of our people would rejoice at the
While'he has leaped ibe golden fruit, I must trouble, it is hisjown fruit-dot ours.' time palAce.'IMo..l CMtft we have never aspired incorporation, and the other third soon >
know the bark. Duwson recants and goes fur "And we like all good patriots,we" We would now simply! ask our honest,Whig to considered one of the Literati especially, in i I its beta.flls.Ut perceive ,'

ScoH, and the whig party, mat like,the fabled Go first for ourselves,then t e powers that be. and Scott friend?, if they are not ashamed of the presence of tbe amy of dazzling luminaries ofscience course 1 am opposed lo anj underhand. '; a
Curtain fulls. La. Courier. tbett>selves in thus been lead off in
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'bro- having
snake of southern savannahs though
our
fne8surt in favor the
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we are surrounded by,in this our abiding place. ,on our part, measure
ken into will close and becomu the of n (falsehood; by such arrant .
pieces, again ., propagation of any other act of bud faith toward Urn
une.w I" 1.' Gen. Pierce and the Religions Test. Abolitiou knives as Goodale and Puss and On the.contrry; if we can manage to. make, our
Britain. Her good will. in view of the
I Should (fortune favor us in. the Legislative! I The calumny which represented Gen. Pierce Fog self-anderstocd, in what we aim to say, (and such matter, is only second, that my of thn prufin :. 1

I elections ,Dawson will be the Senator. I as hostile to the Catholics has been already seems to have been the case,in regard to our article cats themselves; *nd that thn/ former would

Why isit that 1 'am foiled and rebuked by ,, I sufficiently refuted, and has fallen into that which brought forth the "Banner" prodigy) our utmost soon follow the latter--considering; ihe prrseaf?

Cobb snd'To mbs At college I was/always 1 utter and universal contempt which its miligandf THE ANCIENT CITY. ambition iJ is satisfied-.but more anon.Hon. temper and condition of t.hrtsttaiduat-aii* w
::. tilereo boJ rat Ater.Lubb'w as.oulr''Oy.' hit falsehood so richly deserve.. not be doubted. .
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Jit for his. duJlmu.if'( 'j ,,Ct1ifa. by P S<3&&M&g.in ,the immediato \ : habit ot>Jtprcri itt foiiversation. t ClIO V

I deserve it all-.l'lould'haYe known them 1 vicinity of Gen; 'f levee's home, and i .*.' ., : ,'" '. them toyou fur what they ra>jr,'be wortb.,
i butter. When bombs wa thundering out his wroth,and shaking his ravine locks, and invoi i Hess i ol his efTrt* in favor of religious berfy( We have in possession several n from this Fine WINy' .

king discord throughout 'land,I might have 1 Is il not now nveJcJ'for Gen. Fjcicujjjjndica; ; ida' former able and faithful f3rQre.entatire'todch- P To Jugs Wmrc,, Eq MilwaukwWiacoapg r /' R
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known that this was all for Buncombe, and 'i Ion. lag the mis-conduct of the Indian War, which wt intend fl. 9t
tbnt Cobb, and himself, tired of warring with j jccch I But its 'publication will servo a good pur- EQUALITY Or rEDEBAlt BIGHTS AHDXUISTAHCX DE'IEJUIJ.lf to place before our readers and which r 1c d
other, would gladly make a truce and divide -[ ;pose, as snowing desperation and audacity TO ALL. WHO OPPOSE THX11. cannot we A statement i.t going the round ot the papers ill
the spoil ,11 of falsehood which must from t'-e first have -'! think, fail to be read with interest,if they do no'call ti.atj ihbgentleman' had recently declaredin 11tb t

It is not too late yet, III e'en renounce this i characterized the attempt misrepresent Gen. ,forth feelings sty thing bat respectful,. towards the favor of tfeii.Scott, and that he bad plepi "

Union party, and crawl back to Scott. 1 may' Pierce on this question. ST. AUGUSTINE, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1853. man whose friends are endeavoring to induce the abused his efforts |10 prernote the electinG of tb* rtft f *

chance to have some j key and 'ibes at my .people of our State to aid in placing aim in the lar Whig non I inee. Wo doubted the frmli & Ihlia
but when I said that I did nut think ex.\\ CbscoBD, (N. II.) August Ii, 1852. Presidential chair. the statement, and did not give U in out'''. "
Knse party ought to go for Scott, I did DEAR SIB : Understanding that nn impression DEMOCRATIC NOMIlf ATIOK8 opyix of the political news ot the day. The Nt

tuilik that they would go to Davy Jones bos'obtained in Wisconsin to considcra Lap QBT4a& Q3Bsam WJUHUOTO- Mar 29th, 183G following, from the Atlanta latdliyencer of: i
for the nominee. Thursday, will inform our reader ot the "
position
go ble extent, and especially among that portion FOR PRESIDENT/ 1u
Here comes my evil spirit. 'ot your people Ihnl,; are Catholics, that DEAR SIR :-I had a prrsonal regard and nt present occupied by Mr. Siepheas .}, an

Enter Toombs Gen. Franklin P erce, ot this Slate, was unfriendly GEN FRANKLIN PIERCE friendship tor Major Gen. SCOTT. He appear Ib* Intelligencer sa)1&: i t.J .
'1 say, Bob Toombu I have been fooled by to Catholics a rel'gious sect and however, to have forgotten who, and where he lion. A. H. Stephens, addressed a tarjp ear '_" tiP

wand Cobb,and am now determined to make that an attempt has been made to hold him responsible OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. is. If be were father, and were to use such course of people at 1'lIr,'* Hall, in this cityon + r
iin honest confession and go for Scott. I for the odius religious lest containedin my Tuesday night lASt, on the poluical qyesUoes
"Toombs-Wh, friend, the Georgian Ran the constitution of rhi* State, the undersigned language l' would demand his recall. Indeed, of the day taking occaJjuti to define very expliritly ice

dolph as you have been truly called, you must Catholic citizens of Concord, deem it our FOR VICE PRESIDENT il the President were thus to act in rega'd tit bu own |Muiliou oo the preskioatfeU.. :.

be crazy. dut to say that in? Catholics of this Slate am l WILLIAM R. KING mv constituents! I would move his impeach issues. ie declared his opinion, in stroofterms' iI -a .
Stephens-No, I'm just recovering my senses of New England,and especially that portion men!. that Geu. Scon ou;ttt to be defeated: .un
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the mil is fast disappearing, and 1 see you.of them that are of his political! opinions entertain OF ALABAMA Geiu Pierce ought not to be elected-DaaietWrbster K laIca
J' and Cobb floating majestically on the topmost tl I for him the highest respect as a polite ; lam, very truly yours ., ought to be el!- ewd. j

billow while my poor crazy bnrk lies upon i ciao and a man. Especially du they feel un .....,.. ,.,,.... .. JO:;. M..WHITE. The strength ,.,his speech was directed re8JA. JJI .' lb

the barren strand without, 'a rudder or a sail. der great obligations to him for bis powerful FOR GOVERNOR., \ J I ly n ainst the Whig uiul Uemocralic uomita* .j" ex
Toombs-.Why, Mcckyou'regrowjng poet efforts under great obligations to him tor his ,To Ibe Democratic Voters 'of the ting convention*, and declared his unceiaiqfbiisiility ,

ical. What has ruffled your temper ? )un't powerful efforts in the convention to oxpunge JADES, E. RBUIt, iE. 17.h Senatorial Di.frict of Florida.. ro nil national CCtn\'MII" iir wfe S ere
you see the Union party have nominated Web- ,I I that odious 'test' from the constitution of New Su Northern tntnwulers. are allowed totaks fart E t<
bier and. Jenkins id our old State, Bud when II Hampshire, and fur his efforts before the people FOR ,CONGRESS. Acecsri.NE.Sep-enii.r Gib, 1H52. lie was in favor ol uniting au iDdcptiwlautcuuiiidatu I'wai
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i we, are in power you shall have Dawsan's I lu have the amendment to the constitution Fv.Low-CITtuas-.Your Co niuiol1, which aageuiblidut and orKUMZii:R an iiidepcmleijtjinrty j i ts

11lnre. adopted! which provided fur the striking out of A. E. 11AZj"ELL.s I'icolata. the 19ib ultimo, gave me the from which the HiMituiuii and Ircnotl1 1cle.iint r

Stephens-I'll' tell you secret,no third party the religibu lut. nomination, tfCanJidatc to,represent you in the Sea fchoyfd be excluded. 1\' "<

i, will ever be jo power in the United Slates; Any impression of the kind iudicnted do>s' FOR SENATOR orial branch of the General Aunnbl,. 'accepteJ the Arain G-n.Viunklui Pierce or Imnpimoa .1 sut t
look at Jock Hale, ':'whsTwould h? not give toget Gen Pierce great injustice, and we regret that s he said ho bad imtbuij to object--he bad M "folijertiou :
Lonor with fre of
into tho old democratic f Did GEORGE E. HA WES. lings just pride -nnd in aa honest belief 4lr. Picrce's '
t back party for partisan purpose, he has been thus rat s tu rosLu against Volts | 1 ,
not Gen, Scott try to get up with Archer and represented. We a rid this to you, not for in my right to act- and a determination t- aenre in Coiigres.tbe slavery question. I IJ br* .'a.-. r

others' a native American party 7 Did'nl be oluclionitertiig or purposes, but as a simple FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. you if elected, to the fall extent of 107abilities..- lieved bun lu be eraiitetitljr cnuserrattraaxttttq t y

try an anti-masoniti party I act of justice to one ot the strongest opponents W. 1'j lBLIN. Subsequent drvrlopements. produced bf a. more S .:'Coonibs-Pshaw, you're not well this morning. lift odious Meat' has in New Hampshire, eirrfnl examination of the Constitution and law -iic.' whntrvcr in the abolition cewpa j
; ,( But ho-v cnn you 'turn a round and and to one ot the most liberal and tolerant oeta t ." 'I' 'II..,." ',',,,,. have tended to show, that strictly lam i per rfpurUnt ilriPierco'sWew Uustuu:4 prvca. ':'i' : b.
jump around And preserve your co siste'nc)- citizens. W' have been present in several 1 FOR. ELECTORS. speaking lie ducbirt-d for lJao..iocratic> KouuiMti tu be a :-, slip
.' S.cpbens. -' itpnc),'n word for fools lid meetings,and at the last town meeting, when McQUEEN (not baring since the commencement of mjr present Hroug friend of Compromise UK.OZ-"' ; y.
tlemocratJ.Look at nine-tenths of the public this- proposed amendment was submitted to: JJcINT081"f Dutal County. residence here been the required time.so inhabitant While f/tntntfiiucd lr. btNpuena. ""..rwu.; ;:

men and presses of the whig party South. the I people,, and have hear! Gen. Pierre address !' CARAWAY SMITH, of Jefferson, of ihe District) ineligible to the office your kii.dnra J sag tbe Sinto of Ueorgta. i1SO.in favor uti". .>, ttaii

Did they not laugh at the idea ol & '. being the people tu favor of abolishing this &)AJ. JKtiSB'IOK, i.'JacbtA, would han conferred upon me...upon a di co\ery of Union cud C"uI.protIlN 11 r'. Pierce wu tani. I $ tr

nominated,nnd are:they not'now swearing hut test,' and uny reprenentfition that he id opposed 1 L the mistake into v.hich oibrra aa well U tuywlfbad ,iiji th : State ot Nt,w H.lmpalR| nt favor tf uscuine u
!It" is the only man! fit to be President. Sat. .Ye :''t
to striking out that nest, or that he has iinuciyUfj* M.ILivkfll UKE
Hasty Extracts. (alien on the subject, I at once took measures .
Toombs-But this was before the nomination not exerted +luiuelf to have that lest abolished to al.ttia
you and I, and one half of the whig mem-- mu!t proceed either .from profound ignorance, Hon. E. C. CIBELL'S opinion of Gen. Scott,June,, hare i'i inn-known to th p-iny. that it might be sea* 13 u ifiilluiit itiiJ 4 glunojtHe rauu. i +

beta of Congress ,from the South-are committed or malicious misrepresentation of the man, 12th IdW. "Scott has a padlock on his lips,and tne eonal.ly corrected."nnd'it au cnl*pu erprial pleas tifhu IP* iiouly m Teiiueetj I'-n- his ale but

against Scott after. his character and course, in relation to tiisU principles or& .rd in 1'ulneel.liei poektl.aDd atandsbefore I are, to think, that the error will in cur cud, be cumiimaider (Scuii)a. be fought iii Mexico ttta v}
' Stephens-The more (vOlaYr, if wo persist >.* question. the country as the candidate of the higher law dnclion of no svrioos detriment. ''1'h--choice or pro Ibe tier liiiiu-LMC. .Jour. \# t ij.
, in our stupid position, 1 did this to oblige you, Christopher Hart, John Gccntr, party." 1 Ikre M wimi gallant nnd gUirious Ilatkelfny
' you have made your Jack,Qnd Cobb the game, Thus McGrath, Patrick Luminer, "The election of?cott under present circumstances new Convention rcccmljr .d at Fulaikahas false t nt (:'.. 1'ICr ;t :-' >' i E ;
I' cud 1 am nothing: bill low. Michael Durning, Michael McCube, would be to continue the Govrrnnw in the hand I oo a gentleman inevery way worry, and one who *l wi'.uld -unlv9 my.!" fersonally iagncaf 'iblll*|

I Toombs-None of your jokes. Let rne as Finn of Uielrre the 1oll.Soil pang until their laoaticism has. destroy will, it is nut to be doubwJ.receive. tks udhideif aud tied I atuult Iu this Inllluhul'.!: UJSVIIKW ut IBS** ; rlitwett

you seriously, what good will It do you .t "it did rem strange that 10fl tSouther ud cordial 1 report ol the Drsaoeiaejr of the district uaiiug; cuwardice HgniiMt Gt'ii, Pierce, witural :
:. come out for Scott:DOW t It may not do to say Willium Connolly, Patrick Mehau, could support ticoit." As rrporttd any iii the Aewr*YorkHenry man and taw secure to it a certaib triumph. Tenderiaz rarciierre glow la b*: a brave man, chivalric in his own i

this----- .Dobliclv.- ---- but- -- fee- all_n know-- Last he- has not Thmruua_ __n_ MuminrcL_____._. _Luke_ _BAn."n._..__... _.. duct nu he field of brittle. Obent muy pus : bra
I ,. thanks for tU
i ; unearthly chance of being elected. Thomas Murphy, John Gallagher! l) ed to me. *honorjf ihe none uetion a..ni-* MUO that coure whicn their ferliug dictates ,"141!

( : Htl"pbens-That J know, but the whlgs may Richard Wheelfclmn, NVllliam'ishtehnn, 1 am,your obliged f.ierd and frllow-citivn. Uu pas fur myself I wrouW spurn Inc taodjliikl f 'ra
Ii t bo in power in Georgia soon, and certainly, we James Leahy, Michael Murphy, Clay on Military s Rule. it obtrude itself upon niy.'mind.' t. btu

\ got enough' of third parlies. If ever I change Charles C'Biyon; Barnard Caltance, ing steadilv m view the dangers which bud Im
' : uJlinlabaU go with strong party, the, demo. Owen Garland, John Lvnch fverturaed every other free State 1 believe it % Put That, and l-iiis, Togetuer. a some npfciincii of the uJ'Ibe. argHttvihts employed tudueuctf tW bf

I, c.atlc. Martin Casy, Burny Halpm, to' be EssEjtT'AL to the luring preservation of The Whig Platform, aa published in the tJaYlnDabBqndl political papers to : 1b
intelligent voters of the
!; .l'oombs-Aleck. that is the most ,sinsiblething Jubn Thompson, Philip lalpin, our liberties, that a man, devoid of ciril talents, country: j i ;}jilt
.you have said'to day. I have.long been John Murphy, Jame. McC'one, and offering no recommcndatiou but one .JI, which we suppose'is, (notwithstanding Biunum hat the identical rent that Piaot .

;,k' I" nK-dimilng upon the subject.1 amas you knowa, Thomas Thompson, KicbardLunird, founded on military service, should nut be selected its double'set of Presidential candidates pretty good gave the boy for candy w-A* IT. Tiibvxts t

f t Stats Rights man, hays always been opposed Edmund Sullivan, Patrick McCoue. to administer the Government. 1 be- Whig anthorily; embraces, la its 9th Resolution, the Ho has since found that nail which slteto-? 4: slihet

to a high tariff; and am exceedingly doubtful i tieve 10 yet;and I shall consider the days of following language,gamely: : / Scutt in he rear.-Cincinnati Enquirer. :-, 1

about the power and the. expediency of spending August 16,1852. ;i the Commonwealth numbered was AM OPPOSITE "&lin1.. the limits of oar Union,extending be- We woiuler if be has found owe of cirri i e

these i immense sums of money in making I, the undersigned, resident Catholic pastorof ntiiciru is I.WaD.t-BpticA IL wets Gleans, from the British thaw huntts I'nuii which General Pitrce stole c roads; canals, harbours, fortifications, particularly Manchester and Concord, Now Hampshire, Clay, at texington Ky., July 12, 1837. See possessions tMales bled in Mexico.-LouistiUe Journal .:
as seyen-tehTsgre* North of Mason and M Life oj Clay. 5W. Republic ate already. lame enough for all. '.1
that the :
1 certify above-signed gentlemen are N i.but OH might easily find an ass a bra/ ;
I Dixons line and as the United States Bank is _. the purposes of Bti tul'prosperily sad we 'I
citizens of Concord and know them tol be citizens power; lug after him.-G,u till Democrat.
un obsolete idea ;;atid all things considered, I of-good standing and Cattiolics; and, 'It. indeed. we bhvo incurred the Drine displeasure are utterly opposed t.all farther acqaJadoos of lerritory ,

will wait until after the election, and if Uen.Pierce moreover, I fully concur with the sentiments and it is necessary to chastise this whatever, whether bocght with, the treasure of I' Fatal D -.I*. f' e

is eloctedas have no doubt he will,from expressed intheir, st&teiiient ot fact relativeto people will the rod ot ills vengeance, I the country,or UM_blood'of her people r Gen.SCOTT We were informed by our telegraphic: dpilcii i
,position, the transition to,d moc. would humbly prostrate myself before Him from New Ed.ari
my present the couisol '-en Pierce. >,r a,in his reply to the letter,announcing bis Orleans that Hoa. J,,
II WILLIAM MACDON \LD, and implore ilis mercy, to visit our favored nomination Gilbert, late Member of lankness fro a Cali- 1
; "stephenf- ib toombs Why did you not Catholic pastor. land with WAB with PESTILENCE, with ; 'I accept the Domination,,with the rfsobiions torniu and senior editor of tbe Alta", CaUfijf- '

tell .me this before T thought you sincere in -,-. FAMINE, with ANY SCOURGE, other than annexed," while in his letter which we give below .! ma,.bad been killed tit a duel. The pan- irfra

:-a:cmri Htn.bvut4iug', Constitutional Union Party '- -42ore."Yelopempntt ,. MILITARY RULE or a blind and headless touching. the aDD"ZatJoD'of. Canada,to the UnitedStat. i lars are thus staled in'the Sacramento Uwatf, ew
I: I of thcr South,,r fand blindly followed' } nor The forgoing' firm Of Fogg,Fuss, & Co. is enthusiasm 'otmere ,MILRAIT renown.Clay's .'-I .. be bolda liogange of a.diaiMuUallppotii*J This tMurninr' ; a hostile meeting took m&

lead-Too, late top late I composed of Fogg,''an' abolition editor, Fo., Ornry speech at Baltimore, May'13, 1828. character, and we ask any Whig ''at OH k'Grove,'betwe.'ii u. Edward Gil&st, I":
; 1'oomba-Nal.1 hot so, never, depend ; in a an abolition lecturer ana Goodale, an ab6II- Bee* M ZtoryV Lift oj Clay, page 567. the two declarations together and to pt senior editor of the Alta Ciilifimiia, 'and C2 .t
: make then
is' the MVVM PM MM MHMMMHB i barmo- '
politicians vocabulary 'Expediency' lien publisher. These three men with "No J.V.. Denver, Stale Senator from Tnttty'county.
some North
iiugical word, yours is an enviable, j>pi>iUon.it eight or tea of their strikers whose names Constitution ,but no Bomb no East,no West under the Je."l.1owllI,i.auirb N aa.l happy N f attrJl.i The immediate cause of this biaeaj .ri'. .a
ap a sacred
; maintenance of the.cbm-
. by any accident, ccoti should be elected peared in the Bee and Bulletin yesterday are neon bond and true devotion to the common brotbei- with as swrUUm sung northeajtern, neigbbora.'* j table affiir was a card publubed by &*-
your eleventh hour conversion will give you the the uuarunoenis used by ibe:enemies of Gen. boocLFRANKLIN P1EKCE. He goes then, it may be aeea against "all mrtaer Denver, refl,ctingupwr personal chanetef < !
.. "behest claims, and. be must take some tiery Pierce in New Hampshire,to flood the South I MM** S" i acquisition of nir.cia m lies in lautides [: of Mr. Gilbert. Ut.1De mer s of the coaif y"
Soatbern; Whig which to counteract such tbe unfavorable with affidavits of his opposition to slavery. I now heaitate between extendm the period of residence king it by awn,sailed to lie labor while he ma f raves this It not the time or place to"!. -')
men ass be will have before ; will ;
impressions The inc.-endiarle8"b..eyot nataralmtioa and of all r Mr.
use a different a tol al..uPuL Gilbert the adverse
challengnl '
around him, the Rewards, Johnson and o'h- languiiKe home This man Good ale, acts of Congress on the subject- snail inctiats "be most kej> >PV to"we "tl e acipiwti," of soy a. ,Tbe selected Wessuort partf nlS

ers from the Nort\ ill .mnke wilh ,us, and praetor of the Manchester Democrat, the to. the latter. SCOTT. mount of northern,"free-toil"territory! The South ; and distance weapons fusty weie .tttd
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who so .worthy. ai my true. friend from Georoicphcns per taut first gave place the New Boston pa-I i would be nothing less than insane to paces. ,
ill HOB. D. L. YULXX sod family arrived ia ,our en tnat in great After the first interchango or shot-&* r:..ing
,; Oa eery,is now,of course,supposing Hale fur the nterests,to such a maul of which .
took effect
Butdo think he has City on the 17th, in the Steamer Florida. l toe weapona were reloaflj- : fi
,
you any ureic dency, and it will answer no longer- ed and the word given, vbeiiir. GUi
"chnnceof berne tToonbs.Nonewhaterer. represent Pierce AS a lout r of slavery. V We refer one readers letter from Geu. Scott be almost i i
to"Notice toBenI.uothn ia OB Anaexatiou .- instantly, bavins received the sJu* '
: It will be close
a Accordingly on the f&,h ult i be thus "
writes e. arna sent for of Canada. Gen. Denver in tbelet aide above cite bip
race between Hale and him. for. the second, .in that paper: publiction by E J. GOHXX, just :
Vice Conan of Spain at Win Poor,Juoe 29 Tee ball pierced the abdomea and patted a' ;
J place. 'In 1843, if r. Halo was elected by the Democrats Key West. 1849.

Stephens What then is to become of 11' Due &:-The news from lireiy through hb body coining out on tD f
me t to Congress where he soon took 17 TIle the Parl h I. .
4 Toombs-How1 long do you: suppose that protoinet position for nis bold and manly! in a Steamer Florid attempted to go oat toe met of Great Britain, this morning, moat I right aide almost directly opposite tha poiIC I ,10s
frof oilisrn and whiggery would survive the dependence. When in 1844, be opposed the s after a stay cf one hour aid a half In oar harbor, think, increase the discontent of our neighbors where neutered. Mr.G.survived but foot or
five
elation of Gen. Pierce. Not one year, if Gee. admission of Texas as a Slave State. Frank- and in consequence of high winds and a heavyset, on the other aids of the tit. Lawrence and the minutes after the cccorrecce and with :".

I 1 Pierre cnn .be elected'upon 'the manly stand Jin Pieice and other leaders of the party attempted was compelled to return-she is now lying at anchor lakes not a little;and those discontent will, a word, or gross.,his spirit psstd from earwHw Pet-
body fo
,which be,took while in Congress, folng'farther to crush him. Of the long struggle'' at quarantine waters in a few years lead to a separation of the WM immediately conveyed
s than many southerners'were i ridIt' CacecJa New &c. Oak Grove House where the sad duty of pwpariog : !
willing to yo, a which followed and finally resulted in the elec- Brunswick-- &cn from the
the entire length of Mr. Ca houn'lI resolutionshe tiou of Mr. Ifele to the United States Senate, Marine Disaster. mother country,seeou.equally probable. it for its last resting piston wss pdtI
It' .- will be the''mat popular President this our readers are already informed.' Will those provisions form themselves into tbrraed.
' ::4 i I{ country'has ev r' h&d. And niter alluding to the New Boston The Schr.C H ATA M,carrying the mail from an independent nation,or leeK a The most "Inieosa sensatloo was product

phena-I do not see how that': 1 Is to help charges,&c., the editor not wishing to charge le ton to Havana, was blown more near char-I I with our Union? I think the Probability connection throughout the city on the receipt of the ooraJul -

,. t me particularly since I have so rashfy del r. correspondent so soon after endorsing bim, bar on the beach some 20 miles south of 8k greatly! in favor of tho latter la my &? intelligence and all seemed to units ia t& .
iniiifd to go for Scott, after all : ment the interests sincere sorrow evinced act the unfortunai &
i my coquetting. with having written a falsehood, or with 'not on Sunday morning last and is total I ol both sides would 4e
a
If Toom *-LiateD, you and I have somehow reporting Gen. Pierce he wreck; her hull i I promoted, by ihe aDn bon--tht3 much sue of the encounter and in the deep ando sri
accurately, then sold
repeats was on TLahda.Iut. for several .
or cither acquired soma character! for 061,sails,'ropes &ewas p r heartfelt fur the survitiegrtlative. .
iodel again what be has said of Gen. Pierce vinces coming into the Union sympathy expressed
all I on
>endouce'and arc: not afraid ;'to vole ax we. the rime. And to a\oid the lie direct I also sold at public action in different oi. with our present thirty Slates. Th equal tern ffs .of the deceased. t'
.. giving frHn j
'.,. r, :, We understand that all the mails were And I(gallon ot the S,. Lta.teoce bi already err tMr.. Gilbert was formerly a resident of Av 1
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' HMO, afierwards clrc'citl; ta the lower Huute of know, but a kinder surprised like, that you all,' I SHIP I NEWS ,. .. '_ Tax Co&efor's Salt .. e '

wwd S1 life* %beef Fob IheJut l fair jean said the mountain boy, hall ashamed. '! gol- BY virtue of the power vetted ia am' by law f r
HaftS*** editor of ibe Alia aDd Part of 81 ".S1 Uae.
California
ly. stranger did you bear that era snort' it ... expose for sale before die Coart Hoaax
wai. IIleal'l of stage at the umeot bits decease. beats dad' jackass,ami'he's mis fa the city ol .'A.. oa the first ftf oaday ofJaaaarr. .
.' '. {Clusrlatn>ss XLutury take. Whew bow it doss a'roarer.au ARRIVED. I Ii i 1853 tw foiWwiag described property or
r puff. ,September JJih Steamer FLORID\.Capt.Wu> so mack thereof sa will pay the State aadeotafy'
fudge it. all said tbo other wt-
I. ...:11 A.88T'Jr t Itt himself fora right. LIT.from C ai istoo. taxes sad the areeaasry expeasea due therroa.

.TSw Bed .Rtagara Fallt '1 swow I don't nap how darned Septembertt-.ENERGY,of Philadelphia 9693 acre tfefaL rate bad asseaa-d to Seato4Rouriguea. .J.
tee can sleep
,
of. ibis sIn you Lowxr .being aeacDinfi Lake aad ia ,
Tbs BSOIO (iar Individual his if I deal' Capt. from Savannah. ryiag see.-
"I. lieD 45.township 13 S3 ... ,Doable. ,
Md his seato ea
fcfcterr file will tone be auociatcd tike aJct"dttlf4K.ere p nap
It
rUin uted to
vrtfl the Falls ol Niagara Guide &iokt Niithing Hall ArnllPl8e11.' taxcdiad advertised for1'son payment of taxes for 1,
speak 'You've '
heard of tbe eels that tad1bren
;
the 1831. Also assessed for 1&3 "Addi
of trim,tad Guides point out to vistter the cite skinned ao many limes fbey rather liked it, From Pkobti 38 aaUea distance to St. Augssdae.Auircsv ---- tional year. taper '

I of \it lowly and lonely" d wellinfr.A and Used to come ashore every few days, to get .,sad'nsndaJ' II A. 4.DXTAKTS. ST. JOSH&0&GE no. 12 Ui4cas taxes IDa pdd before day of .. :,

i U'! !.ta, highly respectable ramlllinI their hide taken off haven't you' .-Saedaya and Wednesdays M. h.Acecsiuz Avscsr 13,A.D.1852 A. L.58,3.. sale. pc..ue .'

I thorough cotlegtate education You're gassin aranger, CtoxnSandayaand Wednesdays 11 A. M ALL Haaooa Ie good a'andJog,are respeetfaOy fa* fi. D. CABOT A.8heriI'.ttd ez officer '

f'dPlet,. be Ira hUtd, aDd sojourtted in The bell rang, tbe'engine moved r-tt.away Tiled to be presence*tbe 4th,November aext.aae' Tax Assesses and Collector,*!. e:

EJ'JK'aleali ine. Turkey Greece, Hpnin POTIttlf went the cars at rapid speed, and before our PROCLAMATION FOR ELECTION. unite with this mad other Ledges tat ere expected SOjoia. June IS, 1842.& .. oJ '
tuna. and France, residing for cootUer- hero had recovered from tbe rbock which tbe PXOBATS OTTICI 8=. Joints Courrr, l u a Masonic celebration of the eeateaaialannlvcrsary ,-,
able periods uf there m Romr, ftplesai d Pa "auort' produced, the cars:were moving lowly FLA. BtrrtMitt, 15,1853.AH ( of the Initiation into die fraternity of the Ulasubaa t Tkr CotleOort Sots.tYvirtae '
rt*. He tame to the United Buttes m the tumnr over Etowa Bridge. Discovering a chance in ELECTION b "Father of his Cftatry.Tlatre will be a of the power vested ia me by law 1 .
of 18S8 hereby ordered (pnrm aat to ,procession,an address and a Banquet eo the occasion. alaUnpaaelor.aale before the Court House f
a-pendios; a few dajra In New its gait be his head the window law be
of
popped out ,) to held oa the first Monday in 0cto- By order the city of St. Aagjudae. oa the fits Monday..ofJanuary. 1
York,where be saw some acquaintance of bit again, 'to see bow III moved, saw that it was ber 'next, at the different Election PRciacta la St. D. R. DUNHAM Seoriery.ffetlcefor 1853 the foUowiax described property of ,
lawilj, mod left for the Falls of Nierjara. some distance from the earth, and aiipposing Johns County proper.and at those Predacta which ao smelt thereof aa will the Slits and county"UTS ,,:
pay
lie anrtVBd 'l too Falla on foot carrying UDder the 'critter 'was flying,swooned, and fell fruta are ia that portion of Putnam County which has been 0ettleraeat nest Discbarpe *and aeeeaaary a expeaaea dee taoreoa. I;

hit arm a trill of blanket,a flute, and A his seat speechless. Several gentlemen silting p' off from the raid County of St.Johns,under theact b hereby given that six months after Oae Tows Lot ia the city of St. Aagocttaeow ;

took He was under thirty years of arc, tall, near caught bold of him raised him..up, orga nixing said. County of Putnam-for Govern NoncE will present tay final account..aa Executor Den aakaowa, treated oa Marine aucet. adjoining i
fesndscmc, of genteel address geekuix out shook him and rubbed him until he revived a or of the State a Representative to Coogreae;a State of the Estate of Antonia Lopes deeeaid to the lot of J. W. Swmey.aad leading Uiere 6 romdireoty .
the humbical Fun of the place be eorujcod a a littln. ,I Senator, for the seventeenth 8enatorialDstrict and JDdpotProbate.cSt Jbhaa County'fur statement south to a lot'ofraada. P. &. retaracdl>y
room a: table to himself stipulating! bif i frurmftta. 'This rasa's crazy,' auggated'some pf'the. a member of the house of Representatives of the General and allowance sad ask for sey 'full discharge front teeter Beset Doable taxed and advertised for nonpayment *'

pi .ping tr the vilUre library, bystander.sagely," r- Assembly. for the -Coimt a of"8u. JeiW'IUd the Exfctuorahip of.aaid,Estate--aad I shall at ,the of taxes for yarn 1SU3.60.aad' 1. Abo
a** became a&ulrriber and vUitiog the place 'No, he's not answered he'wbo had before Putnam--and tbt following person are appointed. same time apply for authority,to tarn ov:rrdm eor I amused for 1853 at a r"$4feoal IfaCVtdts

I, trf bus cc ,, bci pyrebased a Tlohuaousoraertftsic spoken'bu's frJlbJe ird. '. Inspectors of. .aid Election. ,namely! tioD of the assets of .idEstatatboca'Tt;eontapje-. I *taxea aisle ezpeasss,ore paid btN:day..9'.. yB.B&
":1. 'Settled iu hu room, be soon Frightenedl .. -, ,-, I af. > I. j BM K--
held,ia the Coart Hot --rb pectari;George ur. of said deceased to her nephew haM Downing t "Si
willed out and viewed the Falls ana returning Yes,scared halite death
Jacob Mkkler Ygaacio Lopez..F. Segal. MATHBW 80LANA. Tax Assessor and Collector s.J.d
with enthusiasm About what
dwelt the '
upon sublimity Jane
aad toaeiiificeofftofthttanrof_ ; asaerting that Tbe cars; be never was ia a train before; Pfcalkte 'Precinct At the Huoae of James Aognstiae, August 28th.,1853. Escatir.Rc 36.3853 --r
Mouftt tea durla, an eruption was the only he told mesa' Bix-Inspectors,James Eli,John Lee Williams sad Tax Colleeterrdale. -

thing ho h- d seen in all his travels that would A hearty .laugh ran through those about the George Colee, Tex CoZZretor's Sob. virtue ot the power vested fa nw by awl a

rumps ru with it. From day to day be visited half fainting DAD, which''; had tho effect to For M.tx*Pre -Al the Mouse Abraham rne1tbt. power'mud in me by lwr 1 Bf expose for sale I before the Court Housota

the ail. viewed them from different positions, arouse him to coiiickHisDess at l least partially Dupont-Inspectors. Abraham bapont, Francis Pel B.y expose for sale before the Court Hoase fa the dtJ of SI AlpW" oa the first Monday of

ramMed about the i.llnd'ltazed and .admired so, for his breath began to come and go more licier and. James Pellider. the city of dt. Augustine oa the first. Monday of 1853 the following described property or so

until his aeoxitive mind WM eninptured. Ha regularly, and at Mat ho openod bit eyes a* 1 1 Fir Jams Fate PrttinetAt the House of Col. January, 18&3.the following described property,*orao much thereof u will pay the State aajdCoaaty tax-
bad wandred over the Oil World a searcher large ua saucers, and seenirig several of the1 F.L. DaocyIn peetorB,Francis L.Oaney EdwardA. much thereof aa will pay the Bute and coat .a and the aeeeaaary expenaea due tbereoa.ftOO *

fur the eraudfst of nature's creation, and here, gentlemen who had !1Nt curs to bis usais'ance Russell and Paul Maatera.. taxes and the necessary expense doe &.. acres third rate Iud assraacd to the heir**
in the,New World was his'E&eU.' about buts,be tookeu up moat beseechingly: m 189 sera third rate bad on ...aea.. 'river,a.' 9ebastiaa Espiaoaa,above the head of North River
At first, bo resolved upon a week's sojourn the face ohms ot theta and said- For filttk Prteiuet---Jmoeelon, John Dick aeaeed fo 8.Cbeves lying;'panly ia section 60,town- lying partly fa section 42, towiad y 9, 8.' IU y

tbtn a munib's-and fittully, be applied 10 the 'Stranger,bras it liif-Ho fI/our Union George Lucas and,Joseph B. tfjrkea. chip! b south,range 30 east,and partly ia seeds 48, nap 99 east,cad section 39,township".wa,rn
proprietors .*f the larger gland fur leave to' Per X&fnali p.ri.ct-'t the House of Heary township 9 tooth range 30 east. Double taxed and B east. Do.bIe taxed mad advertised for DOD pay
build lot himself but the be bad advertized for BOB payment of taxes for yean 1848. meat ol taxes for 1850aad 1851. Also assessed for
a upon spot Octcrf ptloa;of oar Saviour. Henderson Inspectors Nathan Norton Ifrory Hea- '
:. This twitg icadmi"Ibl- as allowed derson aodJoeb. dykes. '49,'M.aDd 1851. Aba, assessed fbr'1853. ta per 1861 aa pev"addittoaal lid ,.
The following epistle was :akea by Napoleon additional List",lor 1853. UuleM taxes tad expenses are paid before day,o4sale.
the privilege oi a roo n in the only house from the public records'of tUmie, when bu J{| Per Little. Lite George Pui.et-At the House Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of I /
upon the Wand with the tenants of which be that ot valuable of Fiedeick WilUe. R. '
deprived city so many taunt.scatpte. *- lMpectors. F. M. Adams ale. B.CANOVArSherffandvexofJvTax
eootracted fur bit simply daily food-bread It was written al the tune and on the Frederic Wikie! and.William Greca.I R. B. OANOVA,Sheriff and ez officio Assessor aDd Gvtteeto/ &3. c:.
and milk. Bellied in his new bon.*, be be. spot where Jaws Christ commenced his mmi..1 I I I Polls be Tax Assessor and Collector a. I.c* June :18, 189. -
17 to opened at ft A. ?R.and closed at 5
came recluse, avoiding all inlercours< with try by Publiu Lcniullus the Governor ot'Juuea P. M. Jane 26. 185'J. .- -

the family, visitert, or citizens of the village, tu the bunate ot Rome -Cte* r, Einperur. G IIUMPHREY3JudgeofPbbaa. Tax Co&eferY tefc:

I except, when his few necessities r requirements li w... tho cusiurn in those da)'s fur the Ubverrior -I|j I i. -of St.Join, *County. IfofireI virtue of the power Tested in aw by taw
in the way of food and clothing demanded to write home uteoy.eve.nt uf impuriaiuca. i I hereby given to>all creditor*and all parties concerned By! expose for sale before uVCourt Hooae Id

. it. Thus he resided f'r LV' r a year anda which transpired ubilu ne held office. .1 j I PUBLIC 4(1CTIO : or any way interested ia the Estate of the city of zh.Avfastiae oa the fiat-Monday ia

half. In the tatter portion uf this period,the "Conkcripi Fathers There li as up pen red in be sold Joseph W. Miles late of Putnam county, deceased October, 1853,the fbllowlnj described property,or
family muvt-d away, und loft bun the solitary these i'Ur Ways a moo nursed Jesus Uurixt .hois WILL Barracks on Tcrsday stable the 28th liMt,at St. LbaloQ the upiradeD of six months from the date so mach ihesrvf es will pay the State and county
[ -yard] at U o'clock
hereof. I shall apply ro the Court or Probate for the dothereon.
tettaiit of the island portion much to his It- Gentiles taxes and the necessary expenses
n usmid of tho is
living
yet
" among A. M. One large Mule belonging to United Stales. of Putnam aforesaid for a final settlement of '
L.ng for wbcn another family moved into the accepted aa u prophet ufgrcul truth : but his Qnartrr Master Department county accounts with said Estate and a discharge u Administrator ISO terra tbird.a land weaned err C. and G:
liuiMf, be broke up bit quri term, jTccted vtitb ou a disciple cull him the,Sou ol liod. tie Terms ca h oa delivery, i in gold or filter.GEO.J.ZEHNBAUR. my thereof Clarke being the oae half of oo. Wat, the wbol '
bit own bauds a rude cuuageUII the mum ybure hath sassed the dead;and cUred all munneruf BENJAMIN CHAPMAN Admr. tract was orjiaaly graatrd ta C. aad U. Clarke
absent thirty rods above the Patts. TnU be bad dlllC. He is a mail ol'alatue somewhat tail Iu charge of Qr. M,Property. May 23J. 1853. the other half ia returned by Mr. Jacob Mkkler oooth,

uccuiitd| about two ttss-ntus, vhen be was and cotiKtiy with a very ruddy countenance, Sf'pl.18.f 853 2wka. of and, bounding oa Moses creek being ia eeetkm
!rowi>edt chile batbinal in the;,nvur;-wlietherbjr such oa the beholder essay both love and tear. 1- FLORIDA Tdajrfron ,New Tcrk 90 46, township 8 sooth range 30 eist. .I oa tie taxed

ftccidjftit, or imineditated dfaign, rwuinsa Ibis hair is the color ot the filbert wbun .ull.1 1I I "oT1EE TO '1IElltS.I I Sebr... Hay 60 bbls. Flour, 6 hhtl*. sugar, and 1849 advertised'W. and W.for non Also paynwat alDellCd of for Ux Ie57 a for, u years per

misterr.. About ten days after liu was misitU iiepluin 16 bis ears, whence downward ,, 1 MOULD there be any surviving heirs of Don 15 bbls. Crack".,60 sacks&11. and 124. pack- additional list. .
his biidv wa found UuatiiiK in thf river, more orient ol culercuclmg and wu y.111 about HtHEiqct Watt alias H nry White ",- gar to B. E. Carr,,10.boxrs G. Burt, Sundry
sitar Fort Niagara It was brought back toUK his Hbtiulders; in'the middle ut tsis bead u a mercy Governor of Flori-la under the Spanish Govrm packages to fiurlingame & liuwk, and others. Also
Falls stud aut erred iu the village cemelery. scum or piirutioD ot long hair, ulkr the rnuu- ., mew,either in this State or any other in the Union ISO aerea land,being ODe bah"of a 300 acre tract j
tier of the N..zurht11111 forehead is plain I I they may hear of something lo their advantageia regard Tax CaUedon Sale I originally granted tav C aad O..the other ISO
'
While the 'F.U. badness trough him in und delicate ; hla'ao without jutor wiiuklc,.. to a claim against tbe Hpanifh Government by irD T virtue oldie power vested ia me by law.1 did aerea b rttaraed by C. Mier,all oC which ia mastedot
inhubiinuu with calling oa ni. writing.by wait ,wiihali .113 forralcbeforetleeUpvrttou.e ia the Mantaaxaa river, being aretloa 37. towaahipr.9
.ccnuitt tometinw with tint ; ucuutihed With a comely red ; his liON and necrsaaryparliculais expose
taxed sad
all tu prove their i MJUia;. city of St. Augustine oa the tat Monday of January oath,range 30 east. Dwdtto o4vestavdfor ,
a lew ol those lio w t..beis hu was distant and ._ned. At such color uf lib hair and thick-not ol any great E.J. GOMEZ. 1853, the t following described property or so ranch Alto nonpayment OMfssed for 1WS8S taxes ,yean additional list *

I ii*'*, his cdnvernatiuii would be of the snotIi leu*ih, but forked. In reproving, hit i id lerri- Fin C.nlefSpa'etKei- lYett FU. thereof as will expenses pay the due State thereon and county taxes sad the Unless' taxes aad ezpee are paid before day of

>iere.UIII"nd.o&ad h.i.jdeacnptMMiol' p iipleid olu ; in udmouutmig courteous ; m spi'aking, necessary
.
N. B.---Jacksonville Weirs and J7orWia I( Journal 0605 acres third nteland assessed to Francis
: Cictiiitrica ware highly gU'Wing nnJ miltated. very intiduat and wise; m proportion ut boiiy, will pleae give the above six lascrtuuxs and send. J. A vice,being the Buena Vista tract and lying fa R.B. CANOVA, 8 Kriffand ex offieto ,
Uut at such times,even with limn lie well ahuped. Nona have seen hint laugh but their Bills to subscriber at Key WrsuStptemberll sections 48 sad 49,township 9 south range 37 jratt. Tax Aaaessor and Collector,s. J.e.
would bold ttovonveraatiot, but cummunicati-d many have seen turn wra p. A man. lor but I 1853 J Ct- Double taxed and advertised for non payment of taxes JnaeS6,1853. i iAn
Isis wiihes uu a date, and would request thai surpasatug Leuuiy, excelling. Uw children ut' n fan 1847. '..'49. '50. and '51. Also aaaeasedAdJUioaal I

Alimg might be Aid f.u b Someiirnes lor men." Orange Tax Collector's List" for $853. Ord'uutKC to explain certain parts of an Or-

iiikMM.-- "nr tour -tn...iith..-<- titMtitker he Mould .ItO- tin-- County Jt'? o"u. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day ol Jinascf prohibiting Hones and Cattle from go-
;unicdt41en with no covering on his head hi Frauktla as a B< okseller.Tbe sale. Leg at bangs mlkm the City *f $t. Aguiuu.

lady\ euvcloped ma blanket.shunning all and following story,told ufFrsnklus's moduut I WILL BILL'S attend Enterprise at the ,Store for the of WILLUX receiving Cixr-of the R., B. CANOVA Sheriffand er-othlelo. & it Ordained oy tie M.sad Aid.,'xua of !
KvkiBg the oeejtest solitude of Iris Island lie called in those i Tax Assessor sad Collector s. J,c. That the Ordiua.-
treating the animal days, lilts of Orange County for the year 1853 every June tie City of W. Avgtstine, ;
t< .|'. much, aud'generally in Latin ; but 'lounger,' and in there, 'IUIIl r.' U worth put Tuesday in each week until the I ft of October next. 26,1854Probate prohibiting horses sad cattle hID gobg at larger J ;

tiedoled! bis compositions as fast sJmut abe < ling into practice occasionally, uvuu iu this E. WATSON Sheriff and exoficio tithes the city of Sc Asguattiae.be ao construed. set ito
Mcniucid them. When his little cut watjitaibied ag'jnnd generation.Oa Tax Collector O. C Office St. JtebBi. C..tr. subject orb horses aid Cattle 01.5 within hereafter i

hoped were enteitoined that some fine morning,when Franklin was busy Enterplse Sept. 7, 1852. 4t. AUGUST 2 tat, 189NOTICE. described boundary to a fine that are found at f

n+ntwcnpt or memorial might bo found of huu preps lug bra newspaper burn the the prus, a I AU persons of color, residing b the large within the City vii: Within the City Gate*. ;
"n composition, but be bad len nothing ot lounger stepped into the stun, and spent uii Ta Kent. of 8t. Johns who are within the scope Sooth,and the lot of the U.S. St. Fraaeia Barracks-

the kind, His faitbful dog puar ed his dour, buur or more tu looking over the books, &c., TIlE PICOLATA HOUdEUHr! of.- of the subjoined Act of the General Anoembly of North and within any part of the 'threr oa the Eas !
and tt was with difficulty persuaded du and finally taking cue in bandatked; the pied by Mr*. R liD. The i.ooseisia good Florida are hereby notified that they moat without side, to any part of the Western shore of Madam .;
while it wuk opened. His cut occupied the hit : order: rent moderate; and pmwesioa givto delay, comply with its requirements,ia lb* matter,of Sanehex Creek of aid City. :
place appropriated as bit bed. His guitar,Ins chop hoy price. the answer. I Immediately. Preference. to a family without chit selecting Gaardkves; or they will each and all, ia ,Passed. b Coandl &I.J 17I- S2- ----...
'One collar; was dren. 1MANUEL J. U* ,
I Itaku' Apply, to failure thereof be presented to the next Graad Jary el
violin, mid'flute, and music book, were scat 'One duller said the lounger. 'can't you "" misdemeanor. Mayor Pro T DI.
0. E. CAR for
said
;?. county
,
tcredtsruund in conluskm. There
was a purl- leas than tbaifNo : September". ,. G. HUMPHREYS.Judge of Probate. Attest,
lulk. and the leaves of a lar,u book; but nut indeeJ-one dollar is the price.' CUIll u.Oak cube Cotmcil.A' .
B it meted tslo Senate andHtnee
Siena 1. by -
a word,even his name, was written iu aajr olFlfrt Another hour passed, when the lounger Mid: Proclamation
.
_/] H / tke Stale! /Florida to aasead an Or- :_
tbe&-Bclt. Uaussk ordinance '
'IsiJr.Franklitint home NOTICE is hereby given that aa ELECTION General Attempt cemwawd, That frm and after E dlaaaceprobfibltias Movies ad '
k : Yea, be is hi the/ printing office.: held throughout the State of Florida,oa the passage of Ads Art,free aegroes aDd free malat- CatUefrW Was at targe within
Ride ea ft Kallroad. Monday November 3J,proximo for Electors of President
the of twelve shall be
I want to see bun, said the lounger. own ags year required to toe .t *t. Able. :
We have often thought that to a persons who I Thf shop buy immediately intoimed Uf. and Vice President of the United Htatea. Num. hate a guardian,who my be selected b; the fire ffo City 4 on&uaedf cy <*r Jfefar oaaT\ Az.ra.01
be ebOlt'n.In .
saw a tram ot cart in mutton fur the first time, her to free mulatto aDd ia case such free or
or
Franklin that a ,gentleman wa in tbu..lufO negro negro 1M St. Augustine, That it shall also
the stgbt meat be most miraculous and astound was behind Done ai the Capitol, In Tallahassee, this 10th free children,shall be minors ender the age of tea Cilr of the .
Franklin
him. BOOH Marska, tolesortto
wailing to see
of be lawful forth City
D. .
day Angost.A. 1853.TH09.
As Jack Downing said ''Iwa. ao ,it shall be lawful for the father or mother ; as
ing. once Tears horse
the counter, when the lounger, with book in BROWN Mayor, the owner or keeper of. say laiN
.ni.r.By be choose for the '
the ,to a guardian ('same
hull tot ot .aRon.cbl'Ck full of ease may heifer
queer to sea a hand, addressed him thus: the Governor-Attest: gelding colt or sale, sad ales aay cow
peepte and things a going off at that ere speed, lowest and la all eaeee whatever, the person chosen forgeardlaa taU foe d raaaiaf at larga within the .
Mr. Franklin what 1s the you.can C W. DOWNING. shall tat Judge of Probate of the "11.os. *
and uo boss to draw tan.' A genius of the go-before of St. Augostiae eoatrary to the prnt-
the
take for this book Aag. 17, .. Secret*?if Sttte. in which b* or she may reside and habaU be City t
__ county honea aad :
sort referred tu, lately made his experimental the I of aa HOrcIi', pfoMbiUnf
One dollar .cd. quarter/ was ready the of the Judge of Probate,if be shall be satbfiedaa nona ;
duty
8&j j
of
.
trip. Ue was a green born, a genuine hackwoodsman answer.One.. NOTIC \,hereby' gm a that application win >' a the fitaeas of lOCh person to give a eertificaie Cattle from going at lirjt wlthm tbe'tily t j:
; who feared nothing in tbd chape dollar and a quartet Way, your at the aext svssiovof the Coastal Aaaera* user hU seal of office, to the perIOD fo Aucustine.'' 1853. f
of the State of Florida for the Passed ia Coaacil February 7th,
of man or beast but anything that he could dollar. bly r City Charter bit
young man asked me only,a chosen as goardtae. Pro Tem. j
sot understand uuatJed him even more thank town of Palatka Fataam Cotaty=or tar aach.aa. artxn'.atcted That E. J. do MBDICES. Mayor
'Tue, .id Franklin'and I :could,have bet 8s...t JBit f guardians .1 '
for said Tows li
did baps*, tor ordinary run of his fellows. afforded to have taken a dollar then,than kct of incorporation ia u aaaal aadeaatomary of free negroes, or free mabttoee, shell have power Attest. HAAOEB.c. c. -
lMIbt canto to Chartersvillo a short time 10 hare beets taken out of the office..' tock eates. ,1 to rice for sad recover all each attn eI money a are (. ".
ateee,for the purpose of taking his first railruad The lounger teemed surprised, and wishing August Slat 185*., or may hereafter be owing to tads he negw.r free IlUllard Taftte a ATtja PIm Aile,. >
t. melxtto,and aaafl have the same control ever sack T UN' rts atopea throujboot:thr 4 ',
to end Ufo_parlor oi his own making sail: TAXES I TAXES sWILL 4 MajapBa '
Ho'.I. tell oa 'era,but didn't_believe_ '. Mr. Franklin tell we what is the I free negroes,or tree nabttoea. aa b poaKased by .tIaDd Ey a1ar.'
, M said, 1alftbo nossefice folk'n said about I attend every day (Sundays excepted) atmy guardiaasia other cases. Now J9 no 48& s.MIRANDA
,10..0all00 can take for it. Office in the coon House sail the 11 "Pasted the House'of Representthree July 5th :
Worst she care arrid at the our
place, .
One dollar and a half. for the colkctinx & 7ta 1848. iated NOTJC'TC.
here Octdxr next purpose lrII 1848. passed the Senate JaJy Ap| .
wax there patiently wtitlap, and mucherci'ert 'A dollar aud a bath Why, you .offered It aud county truces fbi 1852. by the Goy .Jaeery.8tk.184S.-- HEREBY GIVEN to all Creditors Heirs I ,
aril olftted in anticipating intended, yourself' fur a dollar and a Quojter.* All aapaid taxes after, lat October will be 18 Legatees, is.others Interested ia the Estate'of

ride At the oars snproacoed, be stood gtziag 'Ya'aid Franklin, and i bad better have to,levy,adveniarineat aid .. JWollte.APPLICATION Henry Klonne late of dt. Johaa Coaaty deeeaardr

with woeder and awe ai tbe engine,puff- taken that price then, than a dollar sod a halt R. B. CANOVA Sheriff aad ex- I will be made to the General AlI that"oa the expiration of six Xoatha from-the date
fog aid .kiaf* Following the example of now.' offido Tax Maeseorand Collector.1.e.SG .. I next searioa thereof for a ehar. hereof I aid apply to the Cost of Probate r. tha' #

otfcer ,as soon as the ears stopped be,hurried .Tbe lounger paid down the price and went Aagustiae Fla., ter raeorporatinf a company to eottitruet a Rail- .Coaaty of St. JobM aforesaid for a final aetUemeatof
.bat**, with hit iidJe-bagsoa! his arms aDd about his business -if be bad any-and Frank 8t Johna Co. 14th,August 1853. read across the Peninsula of Florida under the sty!. I ray sccoaata with said Estate, aad a disehcrge 09

enstef hilIr a window. Thvatuokinc&t lin returned into tbe printing office. MONROE CIRCUIT COURT. of'the Florida Railroad company. a4minl&FRANCiS DalDIEB Acbr.Be. .
areua4 tbe pa *ea era, manifestly much August &. 1853. 3m.
!
ser $ted, be put Ida Road out of the window Miss will you take my arm' -La yes and. Rebeca Bantu Compt. l r.Ca.&cDI'. Aagaatlae February lilt 1853.NOW .

to asa tbaeriti atarti while to this position, TOO too.' dan't spare but the arm, Miss Richard Bara'ett Deft.Bill f.Diyorce. N'fu- OpealB te i t lemoaa Ap-

WMsatoff WHbm'Jch&Uiet,.Ul.whittle coundCB naatily replied the old bachelor. Then said will be ,made to the Genera) Pitaiora,Praseav. rea Nets, esaortcd
Our hero mach surprised, and evidently Miss, 'I cant take' it,to m1 motto is go tbe Due proof having been made to me that Richard APPLICATION! at its next session for aa Preserves.CocSec1I, 8epn.L &e.
a &Ua alarmed, 4iew back bit head with a whole hog or 0001.'Don't .* I Barnett die defendant the above cause resides oat of act amendatory of the charter of the Atlantic_ aDd Mardi J'Z 8.L CARR"
ms+loa thai be caned and turn- clouds break ?' inquired the State of Florida to wit;in the (f tate of LoaaUaa Gulf Railroad company. '
might a jerk, tbe begin to Butte
it ia hereby ordered that the said Richard Burnett 182. 3mN i7-&b,. Prowfe new dftsebarriaj, .
teg tp a feaUeoaa sitting near him said ram. She was j August 14, -
Harriet, during yersterday's appear aDd plead answer or demur to this Bin filed fa I > LardCrseskarsPakliarant,1boul-
eilBtrsrer, did you ever' hear suck a impatient for an opportunity to go shopping. said cause on or before the first Honday of Decembernext I! OTICE hereby,giventhat I wiB,six weeks den j*+ with, e full assartswnt of arfictss nina!-

store&I that! Guess soi was tbe answer, and the speaker or the same will be taken u confessed against fter.date. apply to ibe/ <**et [Ptobat. ** kept at the lowest prieea by Bw E CAUR.Caedleam .
Tbe eagiaat'aapfeated tbe other. ueIt they're broke him I'rorided.thai of the order be y
glanced from the "Indo., : a copy pabliahad ta Johns Coaaty. for Letters of AcI f.-- .._ the
..tII.l deal bow what It Is, but-hollow they leak bad enough to be.' some public ae.-s-perot. this State for the space of Estate of Soaaa Folks,& of said Coaaty Doeaaed H,&*-TaUrm Csaeles Tjur-
'..peel' ? three months before the said first Monday of December. ANN HURLBEJCT.t. Spera. Thou >Soasv Linseed 011. '

oat are not acquainted with ratlroid John. did you ever 1>el sinter on a:bet race oa an horse old .Asgastiae March 6th t853. I Adamaariae, Candles Starch.White Lead.. Indigo
ere'wwromo No, but I've seen\ ray Anjnst3d, A.D.I852. oanrte4 Valets< retail by

.'H*+Il K. ad butler tbe'> runaway? Crta mare!' I JOS.B.LANCASTER ae, I.labile DeetlaPdvWRaoaeSbtisgRooms Malta 87AxfcOLLECTWRS B. E.CARR ., ,
.', Why are our ladies. like our constitutionallaws Southern Circuit State ot Florida. Preadiaeae for temporary purpose always fa '
.1t".iMt.JOD : In tbe hearts'of every A tree copy ': at Magneto Retreat. BLANK ) ifu0
;. byonay: rely the can ? Because they are
&I'I"t I' 'L' ." .;' '', vi met ,' :.".' ''' ,k\ J. M. .&.,Clerk.K. c. co. 'I I NOT 29 M 48tf S. MIRANDA.' tSala at tbb O>91ce. '


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", M.naZa lIottJja b XJeorg'e fitrVvt( north of ..Sj."f f/i/ *'_ the, pVwe/tested rDPme by lawj I H .' .. ... 101'Jt''V\liNDtHsdLiC1Tn s ,i )(. rh 900O.h ?) ;..-{fTDE9IIJTt1

: i $Q il..ae d9ik&iLb eh le! -* )For the ccndjMachaid I Iijn the secoad BjhalIbpoee for sale! before '|he CouVj j House 'Alr9: Ift:! d. ,. ., J ."i t.J.FE'.5iR. f',
.'i'e\P Mon.! in December f :: i1.I1fANcEa'v: :. ,i ., 'P' : j 'n .j' 'COftP.\lIyt 'o.4 ( ':;
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; i.. IItCi i'' t"J'' v<)''H'tt-t' : cy saes, in the city ot f&fAus ustineT oln thv first Monday of 'j V '
\ ;: .... w-i.,lUat Mi4'r@4UZy : J.aik rI"Iu1LPI.i, f: ,For the coon*.ty'".*Coiumbar. Jliethird Monday January 1853 the foUuY" l described property or V ,, AIrJf romJU3 Jm, .,. V' V *OFNEW YORKN0.35WALL8tETAceinlatcd ; tt : ,
.. ", ia December ..,', %f and 'J l Fund, No. 1st,
b t -'C1'tt ritol d" : '.l I' i 1 rq I /-o fe *u aIO much thereof as will pa1 the State eornty YIOtEIDL'wM..1ORWARD 1849$900 ."t j
\ i, ; a Citv Botfl' ODQha.dottet, jtnd, Bay tiu t, a.lew !The U.S. Dis'x4ciconzti1tst; .A\gnstUie, OD the taxes and the)necessary'eipenses lue therton.V..' : : 111 td IC B9ql* 'fldTIjLg, L, .
; 4nt Monday In'Aprit to"I; *:"'* ; I SIMON. TOWLELate : real ntatatbil ?dd 18
klytini
doors :SooUr Eaatof ih* Publif Square, <, it K.,. ., : :- third asseset-d td Santo on vfo : :.
I-1a.u..Jl"w..Qa Charlotte WH 'f.rru... ; TtiE a4VELa.BR'8G1JIDE.; : RorigtietbeidS 3029 acres i niif11 rate b' land Lake and lying in sec- .. of.. St Augustine, Ifrst.. Florida: of the Sut; &A Cfey 'eF New York*iii 1JIII'4 .b: :

J w r.,,nonhfflhePu% Square, ,.aw,.extd"tf,the r ; i 2d 'Double States Government. V V r fj ifdT
; 12 south east \
; nry rtoM lion 45,township range '
ROUTES; cllXRtBiTjpti'1.utFrom ART UN1QN This fond;( rapidly increasing by id -
Flo ocae. I ," \t I... taxed lad advert i-forriaoiil'paynieuV frtsxe *wr : OE'IHlLADELrHIA a a"
.. ...tI.. tBOUDJl'Yf3,.-. f' '. '.. 1- ,.' : ._ i81isosseecdf0t1852UPr"Add1- lucorporatcd jy, the abla'are dandproeperousbusi4eas.: / :. '::$'
: I the
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'a ,few. ao oto a I luf4i.t4aNaIr.L: Leaving day at year V '.The Company declared ,dMden&oItwo ; ,
? M14 .d. Jto-fltfteorgetsucct/ tional L5tS ... ,,,V 4 Pennsylvania.. V ; "I'
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South ohhe Court Horse and Public'squ i. : ; 31. o'e1oC1tJI..P' 8fe.lI1it'to. f1zuingon( 180 ; t. : ,before day 4sale. :PROMOTION 0P TIlE 17- per cent on _all ,existing policies" oq
Ui.le&a ron..lHE "
,taxes and..expense*.ar paid "' '
; of:
W i1 t.--To J848
IbJitl' dbn 1611 Pe- January
0. otl''Of..I.1l1S .com r rBa1.and. mUes11 I to /I -. 'I
'l . ,V I IV dR7'S OIVDEIGXIx THE
i : tenAci 6J.i To Richmond 22T l' Aequia Crek'7iLbj : -V : ;' V .AH' the Pio71liure. aivi<3e Iai
,, GardeaLane. ; < ; _
; B. CANOyA Sheriff'nd officioTax .' .
R. VNIT1DWF4TE& "
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I JUih-oad to ; V ? ,: the InsHred. ( I
55 By
nOCTOft Washington
to -
t :; '. 1eziner ; <
,1 Ii .I and Collector/, c. _, 3'
.. QIt lIoase Baltimore Philadelphia 9J To ljt'w-York. I Assessor -t-. The pmnfumrare .btftfd c.ah aansfT"
Doc "t P."W'e.tl 'JQWE Jt DJ June fe. .1652 . .:;:; UKF1OKRS.JohaSartain -1
on Bridge Street. <
e D Ma..B.&d-Oftice St..GeorEeStreet, A20, ."" '. < 1. 1"\ L 'po''l'az.ColltclorJ: ; : : Sates .j'''! V ''Vi e Frendfuil, E *Ato'P. :Mcrcirett,. rre;,? deferred. payments. -V V \ J >-'t n*11 .

a few ooraNorth 'i. .3.' '.' 4pgUGq1ST1. -.' .' "I'O411 every tenth day after the.57ihotApriJio'CLOtktThro fjc.' ':'B shall expose for,sale l before the Court. ilou ;in I GEOaG W.'DaWEyCorte'p1nulll.ste" 'i ,urrfothepaniesCor-\Pihoee: b Ddt au Inaussz
PQ-ZyZstra. -taiemiet/andiruggeat,>CharlolStreetit81 ia 60 hour.I.Fare; <&tr+Room) $25< "., the city of Su Ajiguitine,,on tne first, Monday o{ V V --co--- are cflected. Ihe..hol"V..11. adyaaitsg : .

r.Ion' ,4, % ;.., .. JI ;" ..rom Ckarletton to PhUaddFjriUThe Osprey January, 1$53. the folIowJnK,'described property or V -. .: MANAGERS : V subjecting them to the heavy drawback: of, ncuq '

e "," .. 1:1'IP"Ii: -I ,1"t leavea Charlestou.eterr* let Saiurday at 4 o'clock, ,,so'much'thereof''asl"..111: .p4y' .the! State and county la ted premium,:notes. V .V hJ :1 ". ,
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t o.'J'v"'!$"' .., rL AVYR,8.a: .. .r t ,.,. i, .' ". to MJ-through in 60 hours. Fare$30.ai isles anJ necessary"expenses. due'thoreOD.. Charles Toppan, James S". WallaceCharles : Persons may effect inursnc oa tbfivW-r ;
i;. S. u.-C-nsiaelbr'at'l4w-rofBcc oaAttorney ',f11ItrIADe. .i' F,.c/tPr r/.I l eJfJ Ork-w Iaugdalty i' QueTl'own .LoMn.lhecity oft' Augusttn pw"ner : Mtcafcster,'E.:If. tull"r,-henry S.PanerIOn I'auhhr lives qthers. manied. wooiaa ca "

.' I. I I,'. .dJ. 'Jd"_ f ...4tJArtPunam ) o'clock l A.,,. Bj S.CUlaUrosdxo;Ayps a'lmU 'nuKuownV' tuated, on '1\Iir1rus>ireet. adjoining ,MD., CharJes GLet ndWflhiarn D Lew: cure the life other husband the baefitao, a bkn _. .

; and Councellor .-By .Georgia Ralfoad.toAtlanta, ,J71Byl lot of JI:W.. SwIuneyV and leading i 'tbejrfrpm dirert- V V, is;Joseph D.- tewartMJ D, Edwin R.'ope i'LV; secured by law, for the'exclusive use ofberacWo&. _>

I ; LUiwomet''Pico1ataitrect.V\'H'X': ** : lf Mscon and western Railroad, lo ,.Griffin 42.By 1 ly JIOadi! to'a foot Francyi 'P. b'aricoez,, reiurne.liy i Fdward P. Mitchell.. SjHaflV M.*. ,d'reD'V;' <. '' ,jl"1J1 1.

I I; Geo'eR.:Faitkd"f Attorney and Counsellor at Stage to Opolaka 35.-\Railroad to Montgomery l'etrr B nri. V 'Doubtf l p zed ami.advertised 1z'nonpayment James, L., Claghorn. f'f' Clergymen, aai,all others Dependent upoa
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aw4<,ffice la the4 ConA'House. ;' .*.* ..* 65 ".By Steamer fo ,Mobile 331'Tq New.Orleaoa166V of taxes/for years 1849.'50,and '51. .Alsoassessed Every flleinber. for' tbe I Year JI85I', nes are specially! invited ro avaij, themselves/f, .. _
,t.".' .. Total. distance JOOr. ,miles.. Time. 123 jwurs.F.re,39.5O. for '
'" 1P) t' '' I/ ., ; 1852'esper"addk100allist.! Will receive, for .each Subscription Fjvs Du1.L.&u source wherebythetrsurvivingfamilea'may be. ______
Il .. :1 I PUBLIC OFFICES. ': '. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before tiny .ol 'V V a print or. I'_ rom the'evils oiP ptn r.. '" '.
Lc PoSLO.ce.G01.LImbiUPOtM. C onii p.m lq: Jfirw-Qrko..vuc'.Savannah, sale, V Pamphlets l explanatory of the principles q _
-'; > .- ,. .*.1p__ .!..fI. .". t.___.. .tn SnKBy J' I'D..M1tO, rttnmt"t'X"ff'-' '. HUNTINGTON'S. ... "CHRISTIANA AND- J1E' ,. Life'lnmrance.and illustrating ITS : _

f' Surveyor Gener&l Offic*., :.B.'A'/Putnain BurGeaeral = ;,Central,Baflroa'' to NacO'Dand, Western' Itail- : V .T Engraved ly ANDREWS BOlton .T
f ,oa Hospital Streetcornerx;AttilleryI road to BarnesvJIle 40. By Stage to Ope1nka 100.- V.- .,, the Company,35 Wall st* or of any of its t'srfta 1
BriaJ Ilosplul 1 Street. '- By!Railroad ta'Montcomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile !Tax CollecloiaBy nle.' ,.'\ AND THE COMPANION, V TRUSTEES V '. rJos -..

Land Office.-A.. T.Noda, Register of Public' 33 1.-ToNew-OiIettns 166o Total distance 1)032; virtue of >het power.vVCBted. in me by law I jV'j i A. print of HunU"gtoncJIERC1"'S' DCBA.V ', ,B Collins' V David CCoUeur! V .

ffic&1a1AnetirtIfOGJiJ. ) miles. Time 77 hours. Fare 839. 50. shall expose for sale before the fburt lions I V Engraud6r A.-H.RITCHIE, New'1'Tk/;, i WraJHrtlop, ,Alfred..Ed..r"1;

TActTr,. BUllelll' 'Receber, .office, in .Cqarj I ] MISCELLANEOUS TABLE. m, the city,ofSt. Augustine on the first Monday of Or the'choice of any1 two of the fn lowing R H MeCUIf'7VmBetts; ., _

Jlo.I' ) "- I j Distances. Fare Time.t !Jan 1853'ihe following detcribed property: or so I Pour Splendid Engravings.V V .' .:. VI 1 1I. E red .Wiusten-- "I1I08t'pb.I.lC.h'

l JuAft. _/ PrvlcU. .(Gi Humphrey's Judge,)office Tp Athens,.Ca., .'221m. $7,5. / 20 h. (. jnucb-lhereof as will pay,the'State and County taxes fl.I V Yrs- VV CW'Faber,? .;.' .* *'.. PtlrroD.I. t
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: in thcijCourtHouse >" + -i" : -- > I* "Chattanooga; Tenn. 445 13,12 I r' 31 "and the necessary expense 'due thereon. .1 .-Joia KKOZ'S IJTTEBVUW terra MART QUKEST or ,Joha P Yelverton,, Henry,Weljq _
; Pf ri'.D... Clerk Circuit Court, offit a iiitc "Colutnba&C.. 130 4,00' 8 V I IV .SCOTS,Painted by Leutze, Engravtdby &rt iJt. TheoWgwick;, ,WrnMoojr <"" '' :!
50O acres third rate land assessed to:ihe.henW ,
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2.-RCTU AMD BOLl Painted ly Rothermel Engraved '>!;,j." _
1 Crt House. t' t11 : Camden S.C. 142. .'j 4.))0 9 B toIfin
; V Sebastian Espinosa, above' ,the head of North River,' St&C1 ... :: ,. ,,'Zdce'o ,. _
.: Rafael.B.Cw1. *' heriffanu Tax oUec orf.oJ.bee. ; .'Hainbur *8..C.. 136 '. .,4/JO. : :8 .. lying partly in section 42, township 3, 8. & i V ty Sirloin. John H Swift; Y" lo nMiICr' J.' -
the Court House. : 3.-AJEKc-t's Dazut,Paiated In/ huntington,Ellgra- r John Wadsworth '.\ i 5f
,ia : : '!1. ;- Memphi8T&'uD., .740 28,00 "' JI I range 2'J vast,and section 39, township 4 south range % DaviJ Ar t..f
: : CoUtaDi I/ cvstoa. JohaJA. .Hanson. officer-,.I ., Passengers for either of the above places leave 29 east. 'Double taxed and advertised for noa'pay, | red ly Kitchia., SM: Cornell; '' V I" tt; 'r SIIiiXr 'AGuiiy '

P1azL4iJ.1q1eL .,: ,. I !-v.iuIntftctar '- ; Charleston. >>.daily, ,by S. C. Railroad; at 10 o'clock meat of tues for 1650and 1851.'"' Also assessed fui COEISTUSA V 450 Via.:CuiLVlvi,Painted Zy If'. 1\1 s'flkribs j. : : JaiiiesCPia1bJ '; '.,I s
.01 :Ora Howard.,office,..JuHoward. . I' ,, : 1V j tifigton, Engraved lyAkdretct. ,"V V
jCtutomp 'JJLt i! I' '7 .tll r 1852 as pet',Vadditional > ,./.'- V. < ; JohaVLPruyn5Fred J topbTacb-t; 'a ,
I' Building Markejl square. ,, .. .And 11 tOry of. !the. ..,.. V \v I
: ; : t -F-- -- t. Vf L'ukte toxca and expenses are paid before day'of f. ,0.J" 'C"1 *Lrt V V { Whiitl ey, Mosesf H GrfDD11t.
II. Srontan. Judge U. Sr.rCourtNprthrn. '' PhiladelphIa Art 'Charles V ,
I t.I I : ; "ValuabIeL1ndfOr Sale. sale. 'V Vision RcportciP' Ely' WmJBawkeri1 1

UUtrictof v Florida. ofSce.in &beCoari Houae.,. : subscriber offers for sate a trnci'of land con R. B..r ANOVA,, hrr iff.o nd cxroff. VV A th ntlity'pamphlefcoritaining a report of the (r v. J ha C Cruger 'V Eugene DntilBpl "I ,
C?.!R. F irk"b. Clerk U. 8. Court, office in THE V actions Institution; and 'nqDJatioo'ou.tI1e: V, 'Wa Itrr.Jo/
'10)00acrfg, located in Townthrp 6. V" Tux ,Assessor t1 Culleclor, s. J. c. . :" 'FraD is S Latti4tf,:hil :;
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the 4.urtUouae t' 'I'> /. I'! '? RJ28 E. near* nix inile-crerk which,empties into St. I Juno'26. V : ( : ,V V subject of the" Fine Arts, -";: : : l'Mired.l\ll! I J 0 1.hatch. ','i .
1852' ; ,, .. V V : ."
.,. ,Giwge.4\ 2lchubaur, office. in V :s V .. UOUGHOOT -.J'HE WHOLEVOnl'D.p : '
Dce 'IJ1I'Z. o/ Johns RiYe"thrte miles below Picblata and knownaethe"Huertie' ;. JOSEPH B COLLI.mzd '
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i: | Gra t.'- Tax- ; j 'i V i'1- IA ABB ATT, Secretary' ;
Culleclor'g Hale. V VV I fS ,., jl'
/ : .3 JUSTICES OF TilE' PEACE: A E small portion of said tract is composed ''of Ham : Tli; Art -lYnlon of k' aJrlphia! 'nvrflH r b.t'in l' ;JOSEP'U Dicjrr, CounaeUpr.V / t"(1 V .:.
Gad. lJum hreYI.--offic ,Lbe.Cpurt House.Get. mockfand Swamp-the remainder i is Pine land with BY virtue of the power. veMed in me .by law ils own Carli..rale, wall wliteh 'originalvoilvjur.rt Arncrlean i 0Rl'FAtBBi.xk3. ," Agent S, Auiiie }1' .4 :
L' F1illipiNot Pu'bncolffice shall expose (or Mile t-efore tlirCourt House in r .. :
on Bay : I. OJ J' ;i 11
growth vf frVes'therron.I \ hwy psirrlin'erf in nypitrtufeI'. ,
ncary pine | qlffth.
< Mree 'a littlelforth ofihe-' "l\larke'inU'.... --M-"next' dbuiO'tI ; > GERONIMO IIUERTAS.j .. ,the city of M. Augustine' on the fiat Monday in i t.DftP. ,at.th,! "|'Ji.'n end lt'tIOu'of, iLcrilsu:b'who ; V V : V V : '$ "i I'l "' "1
\ Post Ocober, 1 82 the ollowirg, described 4pror er y, or j 1i@m1tm: ',
i ,. office.CPTY ,' JBly31str18&J. J. ( % may obinm n prir. nt the V V : V V
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OFFICERS : somuch: ihereoHaswill 'Stllteand
it ; paytht. county
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i i jIybr--fJd e.1Arr" :1' ./ ,. -T--' : :Notice to Limit .(i'Adlton &( taxes ami the neceeeary expenses due thereon. 4 1V4 i" f.ll.c$ I luce MI.the. ttrrninff of the tat iceel ., ; sT.'AUVsTINI3,' ", ,c."'(

I i I JoIClrtre'llet .An tire" it''' "JtIi,, .,_ ,, llI A ,]Ll*,persons indebted,to the V Estate' of. .Peter.Co' ,1 SO acres third rate land assessed lo C. and I G.. I. day in eteryYe r. V ; i ''."
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/ I : PauL! .Ana4u ; 1I.j w .. Zyliua. late of .fit. :Johu) County' deceased Clarke., being the one, half of one tract, the whole THE FXECUTIVE rO31MIT E OF V .. TI; 't
d'JAJdermea..
t I : L. .11!If j'lIr' ; : .!' ; Hi I arf requested to make payment wihou( ; delay ; And I .tract was orginnily granted 'to C- and G; Clarke, UNION THE 'i;", V iu;; undergone! Thorouj-h Ucpaih I I'prcsrnt 'f:
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f. .rd' QiUIf. '' "j I <' v .' .:. 'Vt funher notice is giren that all debts and deoianda, .of I the other half returned by Air. Jacob Mlckleu Oth'of ; V V V $ son, Is now"rend ,:-

: CLerk.f the Cit, CJB( llcit,{Charlet, Hasgrr, office whatever, JtllrtDpmatnil.Eatate.*must be exlibi.te4 and Jjoutiding:; od, ,Moses creek being in section \Vlit'3So requrstet.aflrc.t wprksof.\rt,wit bout charge,j. reception ';<'( :Ciwpqny.VldAIEJJE! ; ,ATRANS'11'BWUtLt.tt

I at tkl Council room. nl ;i' vw.! ." >J'>; t' ..'Lo' within two years f orn this date; and all Credit*i: 46, township 8south. range-30 east. Double taxed FREE V or coinprnfatioa. Iront ih ir : ., ,- 1" $ eun Lsp4 V '.\j
J C.ff Mor laani' Cleri 'v/'ffte Jlfartrf, ,F.'P.' and entitled nnd advertised for GALLEIir! CIlfiSNUT; STr.E&l\1( : '
distribution of
Legatees '
I persons lo ,who shall I non payment taxes for years 1 Apartment ', : ; "
: Feireira.! .'- '?. 'i' .' ; not present their chiims and demands'within(the said I '4W9r'50. and '51. Also ssscs&ed for 1852, as per vor those. .persons in |he :country, who l'py .1iv .icinotettutu V; V _' I t.

i !I- : PORT WARDENS. ,.,' i t. > period, witt be forcter barrtd I" -. I' V 'additionallisti j fell. t?T. H/1: V alienee., or public exLibiiioiu* of the' I I'; ) IQouIf', Airy Clcnn :';nuctd. '"
/,1 C. Charlti Haager1 JIJJ1B l lI P''GI': : Flue Arts. )iCV Itself..
2ylttret Airbiuin/fs relatingjo said.Estate will be tranaac Also, 0' .I I fuiu1sLte4haudwwe1y _::
t .' ted. by niy Atorney, E. B. GoulJ$ FVqr.vELIZABKTH j V V Iqtlt1s ; 'auU.;. ; i; 4V_.;
j' i I AUCTIONEER, ZYt:5TnAAc. mr. 150 acres land,being one half of a 300 acre trllet' ''I SuiFcrIptiona of lavuiScteMp! $.. t-Milf .be .n tdt",I I The House well known as'beint J'el-1 0
F. I. Ferreira and J. 17th originally granted to C' and G. Clarke,the oilier 150ecies ns early OH practicebl, sa h.) in niiitlin :'iubor of.en 1
: Cf!.penter.. :ArStrir' !,. St. Augustine,uly 1852: 8wks Built, E.vrt'isly with n view to aa'_
: is returned by C. tier, nil of which is el1u led rly numbers of ihe *-lli-i ll 4rter," whic will before'warJedVnjion : -,. '

:'.:;r:: -1BerHnjrame. l\t1J !S.\\" ,:';' :r. :,. ,. 'BY: virtue ot the power. vested",' I in-line- by law !J I south on Mantanzas, range 30,river east., being Double sectIon taxed'37 and town advrrterj uip 9 ot' t.h' ihtr V rect-ipt ol the* nioiiry V to any'.1(part ( sale ; eonnlty. -
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i t. "i & .Jlowk-CornerandLTreasury ftGeorgerir or' m>-1l-il1i.expose, for *the fira ore theC: urt HOUM* ; ,. 'for non payment of taxes for years 1ts49,', n'lIl1d '51. '" Honorary S Qc"-* tie* will giv recepts for V I l ; .&.C., whicit renders jtPjrtplncro Fgv tti'tzitiIrit1I
Lane. .d at on Mondcy of Augnrtnexi'the "
: I .t ; : tr Also et8sed V Blinds
for additional V
$ Im wisid :
list.
1bsvper 'sutscr.ilivnaorri-iuiaici* niav br r/iodr lo ; $
described ,I
dealer following land
w J7yTothcB. Com ,Who1eaaIc and Retail, I trncu of.. or to '
1. vf fiwt quality Family- Groceries of,al! kinds, Li- .mnch: thereof'as 'w'll pay the laxes duj thereon the V Unless taxes and expenses. are paid before day of \ -V V t'i-'i\rtiv vv. 11 Pit,*1.VSSt'cTfury, V I hrnuuli, .qrtsivtg. on I'inzzn Pruriwon I n1Hundrtd

c I quotl| &.". ,Nof2Easl side. Charlotte. direct, Worth( state of Florida and County of Oron,e for)ile. yccr: sale. V V I J V (:ut're'I (md lg' "'cr. Fruit CIO from RaiulJIJ '
A1 (f life1 Public square. ' 1851, to wit j. V '. P. C. : OVA, S icriffand officio I :_ 210 rjir-stiut: Zlnzi, 1'ilndel'1iin.! VV\ (! -,& '.< irinitif a tk' irablG KETRCIcorifutttiKtit ( '

l bWfe jPurr. pealer.in .Staple anti .faDcr Dry >'750'ic"re8. Laud' to Tuinbull swamp belonging U Tax A3Ec$ or tnd Collector,s. i.t., .__V --V V V ; "V .ut nil M-UJ-UHS of -VthoV,1r. ."

..' I !rcoiit,. West sfde of.Chiflotte', : street' a few doors 'or snpposed To belong to Win :G. Foot: ,,returned I June2C, 1852.! : ; I I 1'i.' 'r.TIroIlieV' t ''hy .\UTip.iKat' .v.'eiIisSftif "' '!'I,: lluu c t5 situated ,lucinjj 1W.Ub l t. t

i Suijlh iifTrettory Lan !.: : by Benjamin., A Putnam. : ( given. Oi j: :. jsrr '. .uiIion: and' retired ftuia other Dwelt : .
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( Jlw'grfof Ptolntt' oJ 1 Jins'
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: \ ttth M. IVakeman. Wholesale and Retail dealer Ordinance la certain ; The liuu&u contains 45 Uuoms.\\"itb ediIitis.'.
explain paris of an Or. i
350 f
Also, acres belonging or-supposed to. :belong o'nty ;For"r.rttfnf rrticfrt'rntinn rrr'ihe'Vfaf t.1ly "
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I tot"UryCoOdsabd Groceries. Grocery store on thei.r.f'.n'd T Gobcrt reiumed William diaanfevroabilhi )*Chariot: by A'Jorwitrd. -* \ utH.hw:lJ r la:. of taiJ COLIUJMAVRICBRANCHES.- iivicti.eJ.
: : floor of the'City: lI trIIry .G',',"oJth' \ re,. I V V .!..,? .. ) .'V t- /A, I street Howard Baildi -:' V
c'iijiiTotte
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i ,: lOttet S. 'Ie tf. Pinlcliem. Dealers In Fancy' Also, 9'0' ncrc belonging cr mppoerd .to belong lieU V ,OrJainedl by lit i1/ajr>and JL Aldvrmin jf t _.', ,lbl"Q .uc.t .Lit: svrpasa.d. V V 1I ; _

i i Go ni.,',&.e. opposite the Planters Hotel oil East to.Robert Martin, retumed't/ B' A'Tatnain Ihe City u'I.. AugMtihe, Jlial .ihe. Oidi1\Doce'' Ft. .A" tiaH .JUD'I!. t1J.,''Fit:, V V .." ...J: V I I TLu well V earned. RcpuJatioa Ibis. I flo
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: 1 a.deo4barlDUetreeL i / ." ..' j J J31M Pi'ON, hcrir a'ffd Tax Collector, o, 5'I prohibiting.horses and cattle, from, going at large I : V V TO' POT1ASTIUI.V .has from Year to;Ye/ir ocquirvdit WI1I1bqI
: 1 Pedro tntt. ,Dealer Groceries, Pxovieions,& Jan Jlst., 1852. V" ,"- within the cily. ,of Si., Augustine, br so coast rued, ,I1S I Ito I', I I,Pr prictn'fa,SIr3. DAVis aim to wIat5Ifl41. ,

cottier of CunaandduGeorge.atreeu .. '-'" .. .. subiect'nurli liut>e> nnd Cattle____ -nil.v un_ williin nn._ .ln.>ti,_. I FOSTDFW! L' Pt'1'A..t1'V j lfar"bu liberal Putrunnge b retofurt tfeff*;: I
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L (. ;r'.,.r. *"&4Rq. "auo TPl JU..c% emQ J .d'WiIp T__ __ CUlt' ,_ Ttr IJVS KliK"IIIA1TJKIl s:t.- after described, ,boundary to a fine that are found at nU : i.i' ; > ar 'a'aui Grove'AUrghauy ..turns .her thunks. V. ; V IV.'If'

t' f GrJrgurr et. nearly opposite office,of;Dr Peck.jk Vu ltiablc :rncis l large within the City. va: Within the City Gates:; .L ( 0. Mnryiuml!, wasHie% fiwt'persion j in f 1- ,The Tublo will be supplIed ,,itb :.: j r
of Lund fur Sale.
tiouih and the U Si. the TJ. 'S wl.o concnvril.Tsntriinilertook exlnisivefy'' .t.ti'
lot )the .S. Francis Uarraelut',
j 1 M" JfeUjnt Retailer of Boott.1 Shoes ,Cepl, V /GSII1eVOysIters Turtle,;Fish, Ducktv y.:'
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: corner:of, Cbulott4.street Ilui Treasury,Laue.Lavartnct .L offers for sale some' of die mos.V valuable. l lands side, to any parti of the Western..shore, of Maria chenp nHuMps. AH "inmp'm l** by him are 'war': our Rivers innd. Furests ,8bWtiaLiHrm .r
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1 Audrey Tailor Charlotte street, JD East Florida, to'wit? Sanchez. reek of.raid City. V *> I.ranted 't aal or ui.rior to. any other that can be V .

t I l acirlhe Fort. '800 acres valuable hammo 'land, West ofFlem-' Passed in Council May 17, ft52.? j&U3; procufl.d at the same price-r and whenever any are House.inoru.JIualursporting. tiiclusirely, fitf".4t '

L- i UeJtn Utina. Boot mtker, Charlotte street near ngton;.known'as the Gibbs L ndsin' Marion Co., V EMANUfcL:: J. Dk MEDTCES. sent> out in any way defective or unsatisfactory,du.- t V '.
p ib* City Hotel ; i ; /.y.i: V 1100 acres near the'Alachua. Savanna, .known as Mayor Pro Tein. )1icates ,shall be forwarded on notice, ,without- Il(.r8cs,, Carriages Ponied Cons Fi
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: j jMichael ,Nellifan-Cabinet Maker Charlotte !he'Carey Grnnf. Y' V Attest charge! Alvhoordera wt of stamps, Wrrn UR- TackleBouti. for Excursion.&. -. '-.

\ street IN low Terrperahce Hall '* ,\ '1400 acreajn San Felascd : ranipiock near New- 1 ''iIA3. (IIiOER, Cleik of the Council. FOR DATES, at Two Dollar only-(for thirty,pieces: ,}._ -. ..VctResrnfuU', VV t.

\ JoAn Nantteyi% ilack,tinu'th and Gun Smithy near nansvilleYkh6wn 8s the'Ln'w\ori\ 'bi dS' shall be kept in stamps adlibituni "f' "V V V : t

, h j \I..North Gate of the-City.lUtt |Sever lvibuuEand Itr s'kood and 'in ''be Ane- iu ordinance .to.suucinS Or- ,Address, Post Muter. Pltasut. -.Grove..,. AUegtiat Q.-.'' > !.. .:! ,; L : V ,,'V V I 1V V VN'
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dondoUnnu -' wt V -- ? Vt 1 diuaucc probIbllIiaIIorscitiuu I i ,Co. .? .
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:'. :14 : :. '': Liqvar'Rtfretlmtnltb bj I :7000 acrrs on':Halifax '.Rive 'FoutW""f 8t .AU..sthteknownis Cuttle fvon polite. at largo ivithiutliv V_ V -. -"-' \ ._; prictrcK that thecrvuiits ., :"

r. .; ..tBridJertCi"UeJtel tIt :flop .. ..tthe; the Bulow.Plant ion' having 800 City 'of at. Aucnstiuc. Administratrix's ff ale. : V to the Wyui ?hpnldlUc 41W'
i p. Gome of acres u>f open land suitable forearie aDd 'cottone -- '.. LorJoined by the Mayor and Alaermen of five
i/tp Retailer Liquors; Refreshments,I permiwioa of the Hon. the Cof,!of Probate V ud.'JJKluJ. lid
;. I &c .. Charlotte ttreet, opp .. ite Bridier'a\Bowlingt3 And several other bodies'for hammock laud on ieC 14 of St. Augustine, That ,V shall 1 also By St' Johns Connty, will be fold, at the'Cou'rt 1 V ''
Aller navigable waters. V -' l > *, be lawful for the .Rlartbal .ihe house V CARM1CHAEL ANtOSflOOl7SDREDGING '''
: t." V City to report to in the City of St Augustine, on 'Monday the
', I' \, "' V The tiller are undoubted and terms low-Apply Mayor, the owner.or keeper yof any hone,, mare, 23d day of August 1852, at 19 M. the (0Il wh11r'rnll I lUACDIZI& .j "'f

; -. STAGE ,OFFICE.OffictflPicolataAI ', (to ; V V GEO. R. FAIUBANK8, getdingcolt or mule and also any row, heifer, Esiate-of the .Estate of the l late Domingo-Ut-ina deceased .THE uaderssigned hue'been ajpointiI. ,

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I ')teL < .' ; .'{'as V Collector V balc VV V the City of St. Augustine; contrary PVthC provisions buildings. thereon situated in the City'of St. .'I .|'o Coctrsctors, Companies, or bdi Jf. ',
j I '/ 1I. '. i J .Y I V virtue of.the vetted 1. "law I" of nnV1Ordina c hibiting homes aDd line and bounded as follows namely'; on the Wesi 'who, are abouvfoini: work, of .t1JUo.JIJ '
by ,
t' an roe
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li ,: .icCIIURC1IE8i" power Cattle fromgoingsst large within the. city oC Si. by Street lion.viz: V V "i' :
f : '.L4li expose for sale, before .the: Cour Hovseiajheciiyof : George ; on the North .by lot:of Darin
ii B. C.*Ulic!C&urcA.:, North aIde,,M0UUDICE I I 2>uguttiRf'.OI1 ihe first. Monday of Augustine." V V VV. 'Allen ; on the South, by lot of James Harlbert and ;' Extensive. drainage- of V 3wanjps.Mar V b mr, <;::

square.EpucopafCkxrck. October,next, the following decribedproperiy; V Passed in..Council February 7th, 1862., '.* .4 on the East, by/lot of Joseph. Pacrtty .Senior-said gar.plantations.Bultding 1de'
or so
4 t a If South aids Monument V E, J..de;MEDlCKd,. Mayor Fro Tern. lot Levees around Plantation orTov *.
square; much then of will the containing one Bixieenthof. .ah,acre;more lesi .
as taxes or
pay State an .county .. I.
:, 4 j l'I't yteri 'CitrtrA., Oo ,flu* George'.street, and the, duenlherenato.wit; Attest,. 4: t: 't .<' Conditions Cash. Opening Channel way and removing 2VJ
I fcjomh of thetquare. .. i necessary expejisea : CtiS.HAAQER.c. ,c.. V V V ANTON I mouth of RWers and lIarhO.I
H1TCHCOCICAdmrV
49S acres being.iipa Iractwof laod.as- V
}McthdittEpiteopal C*.rrx.Bl ,Gej> ', tttoX* -p ,8r Augustine V Making'Caaatsf through Swamps,m*b1.or.r1''
aireet.aear 1852.
July
I .,, the Magnolia House rge> sessed IQ Ynes Gomez, )yngtnor: near jths St. Billiard Table aud T 'iiI1nAflej r.II4V V : : V : grcund. % -. s ..

I 1p ..*1t bt. tft".a.. .1T ....tI._ ..JohnSj River being in Tawnehip South"Range,27 V ,tbe Magnolia .Retreat, open throughout the, V V ADAMS & : Deepening wmtes around "Wharves end Pkt"j.
East
I jjecUju 10 of private survey one seventh pazconsiaUngof83 ,.day and ..JEveuirtf."jr : CO'S' :
TERMS" OP COURT EASTERN CIRCUIT acreis I.) # i 'I' -" ': '1.j Keeping open channel way through Lakes 9
I I. OFFLORIDA*, \ i. Double taxed and ,advertised ietnrnedtby( Pbibp Gomex of V Nov 29 ..tsirV S"MIRANpA.I : ; ,"d' vera; removing RaIls ur'sunken LeI'

;;! 1: $1'kflGT. '' taxes. for year*,.1650 and. '61.or Also nor assessed payment for I I V s NOTICE. V ;M 1"Is. : V Koala ,of Trees,eU; -' : ', i iTttpejsoas NiiiNotice.

if 1 jj For the Counties ofOrs.ngesndBt.' Lucie, at Mel. 1852 as per,"Additional JJsu V .1 HEREBY GIVEN, to all "Creditors Heiri .' .. : desirous _.,...?. wurtW
: :lonville.on the first"Tuesdiy an,Aprjl, and on the : Unless taxes and.expenses,are paid VV before day ofsale Legatees, & others interested in the Estate( of z drainage this machia can be ,be i'tCQlDllad

p SthircTntsdty, before the .first )!ondty in.WbvrmUr.jneach -:: *.- V ,I I Henry KJonne ,late of dl.Johni County:deceased, I .. .. 'V only ooe adpte4ioal l'' the.purpose aecefetf* Jr',

; :' | 4 and every ar. .. \ .' \ .' \ V;: : : R. B. CANaVAShfriffnrd ex-off. I that on the expiration of six Months from dye date V NBW YORVKtVV t ,' 'V V o, DO.are.uU'dla, Arpainar .dA

il I For the cb aty,ofPutnam' ,PUatka,second'Fueu* .' "rJ" Tax,As SIOP1Dd.CuUec.Clrs. :J. cJply.'SJ hereof will apply.to.the Court of Probates for the I d draias.lt,, will be.found of immense ,alDf',,. '
( County of Su Johns aforesaid for AID 'I' deep nthe. ana1.audithcsame me Lt3
I! a final settlemeiit
ij! 'ttblco: of Marion,at Ocsla,,fourth\Monday. .,:r. : ; V 4V I of my accounts with said Estate, and a discharge as ,. WEW' ORLEANS, N benkmeat of levee. V /J

i I, 9tAp4, ;' :: ,. Tooth Powder, &c. \ administrator thereof. .V 'V EXPRESS. 'I ," l This machine, is*used with efther howe' '. l
J i{1 ror the counties Alachua and ''y'N.J.. ,'- CIcTelaud't' Tooih' P6wderEnglLrhTocthbrushes FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr. r :i ls ,: power which cso,be Increased to'any exte*.s ,i'J:

'asvUle. first Monday4n May. V Cologne Water*French Soap. I I gt. Augustine'February aist '1852. '" >V b ('Vncas :- '* V V .-. '\ Fnl6I8&.9Wa3lsL ;. ; They are now ia taccessfu operation fa aJUhe '.

S i il| r'or the Cou*./ of:.Columbia,.at Alb ator, oa the Camphor Soap Honey .Soap assorted ,perfumeet New-York. : oaDty.aDd may be seen at Charitstotr,$&* :

t fccco.d Monday of M y: .r 1 Philieome Oil, Bears OU,toilelTowder, fine Sponge,V I. NOW Openlnff- Oranges, Lemons. Ap ::':'Main. t.. Hartford Ci. :'V.If". ..'U... oliaia Narr Ysft, Pettoeora; saoatW& *

: 1 1 11 For the count/of Nassau,' at Ifassaa C;,H.,oa the I Hair Dye, Tose Water," "Miitary. Shaving .Soap4 Pctatofs, Prunes, Pea futs, assorted fi< ,State .t.4' NewPennsylvania Have', ., Ct. ',,';'; ill. tween Oarvestoa-ad 8aa Loaw.i J V

!. i Wednesday before the.fourth Monday ia*JJ ay. f { Straps, Bruthes, Roger's Perfamary,' Jockey* cubb1! ;I'\, Preserves, Confectionay. Segars &c. I6s1kiItirrwreaL. a 'Imore." ., ..V" %I, t Itt"I Brapplscaticb'to],%. aECOR B*|.,i ,
V .
\T Fortheeonntv of,Duvalat' .JacksonvilJe,on the t'I&: Alb, an assortment*of Roger's & Wbrtenibom's March 27 B.E/CARR._ Av." !Vj .. at Mobile for the.State*of V AJabaoa ,WI
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;ourtb Mpaday f f M ay. 1 Cutlery, Fancy note V and Daih letter P'per, I I & IJ hereby rinn to all 7 Fourteenth st. WasHiogton Va/'," drawing!the mschiae can be seed,with mscr :
persons having Richmond
d :/! For the County *t SL..lolm'a,at St. retail R CAN ft. NOT the cost
Augustine,, at by E as to ,etc,. .
84 .
'
the Estate 'Susan F. Washington V
t :on thele Me aday Ia: Jua i f- -< vf V > PrrpaU, st., Baste n: .4
l ;'; it "I'.r.w.-mJL'' \ ([ Fl ZV2. h.9 |. deceased, to present the same within timepreaetibec 11 Camp s:., New Orleans. ; I JuIy1&kj8S1.. V' :

t ; Forthecounfles of Orange aad 8t. Locie.i' iT- TO LET. v H by law,or such claims will forever be barred. V .. ,: GILBERTV&SECOLNj .:,

:j ibe1orethefiMMbdaYoNoveznberj: ,, ,, .I : dweUng ne and Kitchen on a lot eootainia\ v. SANCHEZ, Admistrator. By Schr. Florida now discharging Butte: V : 7."
> M. 1i; April 3, 1852. 4. Lnrd.Crnckers,ork Hams' once is hereby given that mi 'f**.= .,"
: Forthe wmty Putnam, at Pilttka, the second II L_ two acres" of ground will be leased for the term 1 ,B.acon,shout .1'IJ w .
; / !r Tuesday' before the first Monda; of Nbvereierr*t ;$ of twelve1 'years.-The' premises'are situated oh the Notice. VV dens, with a full assortment artlcl''s;usuaj"y ;:. -ilLapplyftoth 411c lloa.'Judge afPwbsl ;'f

", I; lor the mntj of Su Johrt, oa, the' first Moadai' "west side'of'the river St. Sebastian, and known as Q IX weeks V after V date I will apply V to the kepi at the lowest pnce by: B.J5 CA R". Johns E County, for letters ot Admia&trstioa
I judge [ *te of Nicolas aal
if '
llo Novemberlf-" : : 8s nchex a wfaor,lats 0\1
lot '
Mrs Hanhama ;
; place adjoining OtCoinllwnph. of Probate of
Putnam V ,
County for letter of AdIt ; 011 deceased., : ,
r.I : (! For the county of Nassau Thurtday before l"du e ',18.if: : Is"T very ..desirable I t tinforeePioI t ministration oathe, .Estate of .Feribee late CaDdIe. ,&c-Tltlcnr'ClDdfe. Tar' POv
Thigpen
i third Mo cl ycfNoveruber. r\4-t Sperm, Browa Soap, LiDJled''oii. V t ..BARTOLpSoIeatthuOffice .
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; IFordtee mIk1owsandf poultry,aniT goVTaVd for Putnam J 1 V .. t"
:"a pjirn I Countyadeceued. ; '
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; t"py.II .. AdamaDtiDeiCIDdJra,Slarcb--.vbhe !; Angnada 'Jtil 3 'JB'ft._ .1ft
Ii ,' ,"1 nA.JQ ,, oalbc..Udtd-M.ndIY.-;. 0 'Jnr rmIIPPJ 'l j'ftl r..o"t-f 4 V. H.tt." 1. V ; .: LUKR.JOUNi a5rte(, Vaintl.ac retail Lead,"lacB : V ) .4'>"
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