The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00105

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." THE ,ANCIENT CITY '. Jis ,t t.WG1t i' ,. for the other., Two bullets instantly. speed .thocapinin.and' ; ho,WAS now anxious. to ex':' Best. fiol Lord.. Quatff pfd,hls-lordsh1, : CK'bi i r

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1.i +r n f art c ; at.Uidt:'...4df'cUHr.; ,ltt t.;:'bdtr) k .:::;f.t' 'P e, said the banker I cRneslI no doubt that he hQd lived long enough,

frlend.I.'honor l Is M.Itlcd--and. they march I ly bog that you,, captain, will look through :i to do such an act of magnanimity and finished

'. There I. a utritnge deformity, ",,' off to break. ra&Uhinkinj; they have done somevaliant tll(telescope.. : honour., 1ttuver tired; at a man as a markin
'.T<'AT TWO tootiAxa nt AKKCX, isr ADVAHCE. *. Combined with countless graces fens ot, the balls! hinlicir mirk;one, It What, sir, It-Look through a telescope inr life; I am sure to be shot. So you see

17 AcvKXTUikurrs will be inserted at OKIDoLLAK not both, lie oir,the'grass: ; a bullet has: lodged By heavens sir,what foolery this my proposal is only fair one; and as I make

,per square of, 12 lines or under, for the first As often in tbe| ladies' names in. tho.spinaofono.and another bullet in the The banker's second! claimed to be heard. I It to nun of honour, I expect it to bu acceeded

'II', sad gsviciwFiVX Cms for,each subse- !a. in the ladies' faces. shoulder joist of the other. Forth steps n Wi. insist, said he, that this, most serious and important 10.

Bsertion insertion. A dcdnctlon,will br made for notices ,Some names ate St for eve*y ape, ni'in'wiih a box of implements, devised fur' to my cli-, to my friend.It Oh, bull-yes, bu'!-you, sir excIaime'alHhocaptain.

gunS '. Some only fit for youth ; /: the cutting out,extracting, or wrenching. away, U such a breach of all (he customary 'Really,' inturrupted the major,\bltUJ -

Inserted foreixmontht.E7' Some p.llinglweet and musical'? 'the little-bullets from'ffe.h und bone. Ah! with' forms,said the captain.: Such a proposal is his lips, 'I really think, thai, as men uf
All advertisements! I robst be paid for' Some, horribly uncouth ; nine, of them it is' too! .late; he,lies on tht Krnss, quite, intolerable. finished honour, we must accede to the propo

Sucnioa,uan by a rrgular: ciiilonier. ,By refer- dames and lofty maids breathless' his lips apart, his eyes glnzcif: I regret(, said the banker to the mnjor, thatI sal. ,
rtn j' In oar terms, the' requisite sain may be nicertaib < ,Some bt for -he is dead; ho has bad his desire,-lha satisfaction should Imvo f.o urge this request; but it is tome "1 he hunker now flatly refused to fight on

; -".l ana transmitted ih ,advertisement. Some only fit for scullery maids., of n gentleman:: Tho other, sObmitinic.to a most necessary pre'Uminlary.ViII you, I any other term*, putting it directly to Urn major

jnarlttd with the bnm- i the tortures of bullet extraction is borne mnjordo mo the favor to apply your eye: lo us the mOll refined point uf duelling hon

,. CT .Advertisements continued until ( \Ann. is too plain and.common. froth the fold on u litter, '" lhned( :' ho bus the telescopr? I pui it lo you as it gentleman our that could bc"manifested on the occasion,

I beriof.insertions required, will be And Nancy sounds but illjYe i iI ii 'killed his mnu.' Such', ia: 'honor in the mouths I sea an officer, whether there is any offence in till ,the two officers, though excessively provoked ;
i,turbid,and'cfiittrged for. Anna is endurable, of tool. the. request? and ttunyrd,could no longer: refuse their

Notice to Debtors anil Creditors, : ,$7 00 i i I Aid Annie better still.;. .. .. ,. _,Cutuc must return to our story:-:-Scarcely\ Nay sir, said tho major: I do not ;say that; con t'nl. The parchment handed to then

Application'for Letter*of AJiuinistration; .5 00 There is a urnce in Charlotte, bad the gentlemen ot wouud rd horror rushed but it seems lo met so absurd-so contrary to by the nttorney.who saw it pro;>erjy signed

I '.. r 1Ir: 'An rctli'iods notices, wiU)e Inserted gratuitously. ( .0 J out of the house, ere the friends o: the'other lie established rules in such cnlJeL and then the principals; took their stands u

.. ., .In Eleanor..... ajtate; y, 3lv : assembled round him to ask 'What be mat* Here, sir, said .the banker, holding up the fifteen paces distance
: tAli
elegance, in Isabel,. u t ter! And how did you tall out?' telescope, place your eye to it for but one moment The blu. cr hud the first fire. Not wishing i

"1'a" All bills for Job Printing, must be paid.,on s. A,,hauiineas in Kat; ;" I The matter, sat id the offending gentleman. ,-thereIn that direction! > to be banished by his country or get into

tbi deliverer of the work' ? \ And,Sarah is sedate and t'at" .,, 7to why sit somewhat stupefied at the abrupt und Where? said the major carelessly' applying prison, or b? tried fur manslaughter or mUrder -

J aT':: lllelttra 'onbtulne..;and ctune' communications, Cordelia innocent and sweet. I' 4hteaiitnjc! : exit of his military friend; 'why,I his eve to the telesconc. He looked for ntrin- he took very good care to fire wide of hh a''

II .'':"J be rosT run to receive attentwn.AN T, the billow is as irascible as ri turkey-cock. slant. Egad said ho, I see he, I bee n very mark: and away Ol.w-hit innocent ball, like a

4 Matilda has a sickly !sound, ,' We fell into.a dispute nbout politics, about tine woman walking about'on a grass-plat, humming bird, across the fields

1 -- _, 1 1 Fit for anurses"n trade"; : which (ic know positively.nothing. lie bt. with n little trot of a child in one hand, and Tneu came the captain's turn. 'Now,' ",hill- .

Ordinance in addition to au ''Sophiais e "dninatf", came'more nnd more insolent," nnd his argument two osiers pranking around her. But what, I pored! the mrjor 'aim, low; keep steady-now

& relating lo the Police were at length so absurd, that I could should like to know, Las this lo do with the you've sot him.' '
Esther and staid ,
: of bo City *f M. Attguvtiuc.H And sane hot help bursting nut laughing and telling him matter in hand? Goi hill!! stammered the captain: his face

it irdaiuedt the Mayor and Aid",meft' f EliznbetVs a matchless na.i.e. I I he WHS .u bullct-lieadeii! tool. Every thing, said the banker, with a serious turning blue and his jaws fulling. 'Gut him!

thee < try ./ St. Agttitiet '1'bat if any person or .Fit tor queen to wear. U I* that all! .aid'n'est V ufcchant'alty,everybody face; that Judy sir, in my wife. Those chil put down my pha-, pay five hundred u

,persona tball commit 05 raute to committed, or'i In! castle;' cottage, hut or hall- knew that long t ago! dren are mine and hem and wo ore mutually year for being called a bullel-headed 'fool

raid o be cooc tned in committing any? trrepau tbe-upon A name beyond compare! Ay, but to.u.H linn pt it, said another fear attached and so prove; It.Vall you pay the money if I

any lottgarden grove Or plantation within city And Bees and Bessie follow well, mischief will..cumu ol'it /- R-ihuwI raid Clio captain; what is that to f7J.7 hit him?'
"'' of til. Attcuatine YrgetaUe, or upon any growing trees any, ahrubbrry such lot, is detestable.' : A' considerable damp seemed to have beentI'WV1I You, bhuuld have thought .,this before! I Away sped the bullet; but cf-course it did
vintl But
i "plauts, .or / Betsy i the spirits of all the 1 know not nil the- banker, though It u hist led rather
or plantation, or shell be concerm-d in 1 "- J upon company it is nothing to you, sir, said the
garden grove C&lTflnlawl' any fruit, rrge'ablru or Maria is loo.forward, and the eirclegrndunlly! broke up. The gentlemen banker as you huvu no wet or children. I too close past the lawyer's ear, who had forgotten
destroying v \
I ol Tklae growing therein such prison or per- Is { : who had Liven the causu of the explosion believe l I am correct in saying you have no to have a similar agreement fur himself -
mng Gertrud too
I"' lUlUI (if free ahall.on conviction, for each ofiVp.r- And ; :, at Ie r.j.th; rose and went home, not over wilt or children. Now then 1 ask, do we meet in case accidents..
be aubjt-ct to a fine of not exceeding ten dollarsnce, Yet coupled: with a petty lace,. r 'lite truer anxiety lie now regretted the use on equal terms? The antagonists then shook hands. The

; the coats prosecution; and fa.ta"elle or the a ndtxilinble Is pretty name enough.\ : ot,the offensive word, nil l yet hta Tell that it had Why no,-certainly notsaid the major! ; but major withdrew. ,.. the Honourable. .. .. Captain. Eustr -
i to whipping& not eicerding.. stripe,hnll And AdeladrIfanciful I, .. < :' not been umiesorvrd. Nut being a military man it is -too lute to think of tms on the very .nice nz-uiiea. irum the* Held, declaring- that ___ -

, thr like cusu. And iu every sine of convictio'suit \ '. And Laura is too fine, \ ty jnan-tor he wusn banker in good business, t>round;,it.i*quilo-unformat-thw. tLcustuiP h..bxmwur-wns OTisiTOj Rtn11O'mlnJtet-\\'uut
ofIivet;<)nncctioift-i-hc could ,.nrcctydivmu it i is really, quite,-quite;-and hereupon the li'iiiio tu his wife and children.
I ljr and "ll eOltlI hall ha r b *n rationed and p"'-, := what the other would do in reference I nnjor look u tinge pinch of otiuff to till up hit: But it is: not always that hose: 'meetings of
lie furtker ordained. Thai it shall not be aid And. Alary isldivine: r. o thc Satislaclio'i1 which hu had spoken of;; smile honour' du end.

f \r'auYlnr'rchDDt or nhup-kcrper or oilier paw ?Maud only suits'a;: highbotn dame. but he had sonic unrlcusuul nn ivin s, ubuut 1 warned) you to scale nil) ynur nffi&ir!,brokci .
I to keep off* stare,or dispose of ibbath any gwoJ, barter I And Eauny a baby*name. I! tic), issue i in the captain; as :a sudden bri h: thought had TII3 Expedition of Flores,
ware or uutcliandixe on th! day or !! The Panama Star vt the 7th
i t Tire banker xvr.s no: left alone in doubt.Nrst .- August gives
t bn lined in the occurred him.
.r svll the same,shall ou conviction Eliza is not very choice ; j I morning: ; niter un anxious nintit, u thuu- to following; account uf the attack.and defeat
shears together True distant
such the
dollar for every said .the banker, pointing loj
of ten ) '
of Gun. Flores
Jane blunt bold cnmu'.uhis door. of'.hu marauding expedition
and i iinniediutelythereafter
f rtwith the costs of prosecuting the same, one half of is too ; doing rattut fatuity group, but I could not settle them. the and Ecuador.Tnis
territory ot
. whirl: said fine stall be paid to th e person informing And Martha somewhat'sorrowful a genik'inuri him taus' and admitted. 'Tht; 1 huvu.sailed every thing else. The banker's against account having been people obtained frum Corn-- (
;', and prosecuting tb.nMf': And Lucy proud and coW ; j jAiutlioJ banker rose up to meet sfconii now ventured to observe, that us the
maiider Dornm of the U. S. *
f Me it f arf fin ordained That It shall not be Igw- and I him, ft nylitiiry guiitlfjiian-iu tact, tJio: 1II jar captain'stsecond had admitted the parties aluop-uf-wu.Portslnouth' .
too light. gay j be relied
may : .
otiier'.s upon
hllueelfervont'or to tliu
ful fur any pejson by agent ql corps.I about to contend were nut on equal terms:! ,
i give, feU or baric r, to any slave any vinous, tpiril- Fit only fur a,fiirt :j < have the honor said: he, of waiiinz; upon they should be made equal, or as near as possibly On till -lIb ot July, at 11 cluck night,

o% .01 intoxicatiug: liquors without an express licence And Caroline vain and shy. you nt the instance of my triend) the liuiioru* so, bdoro the actual commjucemen ihu steamer of Jen. Flurus, towing an armed

in writing. from the person having the control of said Flora smart LAnd p rt ; I II ble Captain tiir Eustancn! FitzUilithis ,bt ul'-t.'i til ie'tai he appealed lo them to do brig, bush full uf men, carne up toGuayquil, _
.IIIYe ur lays* under the penalty of twenty dollars ttr will t'Xplum to you 'Iticubj' et of my visit. trod Hacked u battery of three heavy gun
and I II
and theinformer I LouUm is too soft sleek this us: men of honor und gcnllomen.
for rode and cverv ufIrnce.with the costs, 4 I Tliu bunker opened me musivc it was very boldly. -They came.within two hundred
;shall be entitled to the oqe half of Mid peoattj But Alice,.grade, chaste ant mtt'k. written' in a lhunder-und-hning hand, and Well there is ,certainly j show of reason, yards and opened heir are, which was kept

and if tbeptl'lK'n persons so oflen-ling shall I sun-It$ :: frightfully gunpowder, in fuel, there ,und that sort of thing, in what you say, observed up briskly: for half an hour, a part ot the ti.v'th ..,\,*
be*a licensed shopkeeper bit or their said license And, Harriet is confiding no mixunderntaiidin it. the mnr. Hut how, in the name of \ muiketry.ai well as canuun shot; it was:
thall revoked. : Clara and mild, \ was i guodncti, i ij |that to bo effected? ahswered; the
And grave I will cull on tlio upon lhactiptuin, said the by the guiwof battery, 04 well
The ab ordinance will b strictly enfurccd', And Emma is affectionate, j'i ( banker. I' will do vj at once.'i Nothing easier, exclaimed the gentleman in ak} by a piece plained ou time Malucuno, three
I Passed in Council June, 2lst 1852. black. ) our friend, the captain! has an hide
and wild i usual( du in such arc hundred, yards: above. At length the vessels
P. C. YLaTRA Mayor.Attest ", And Janet arch ; ; : Tliu mi miiUvr; ns you ueii'lenl income of fifteen hundred per annum,'
IliottiSCHR. .And Patience is expressive, i Iwnrr.- in to refer me to your triend. wbercm dropped down out of range, ,having sustain ass
LHAS. und no family the income 001'my'
I, In good time, irtunJ\V' red the banker, but loss, und doitig but little injury by their fire.Mr. .
I And Brace is old and rare, : frienJ-though ho has little
DaUi! I I (i.t would, see !thu captain bim dl. spine property Ueyno, a highly n..apcctublucilizon, was
14 from : and
IIBNRY, days Jatiful'AaJ his Own
and mainly depends ex rtutis:
: Hannah warm nylon
r. And '. well said iJio the usual :killed inhis: homo, two woman and two children
bosh (Corn 40 bnltrs I I Very majm! ; but ,
400 blls Floor 3000 frank and fair ; he nasu wile and three children. Now, it tin "
Margaret killed in the and three
; ; such'nuCcr3-- city soldier
in were
40 bile Laid cuursu :: '
T hotter, to hhds, Sugar, should shoot hint nuke
11..30 25 Kegs ban tatter, 40 blkotaloes; 20 bib Appl-, o>> \ And Faith and Hope and Charity> I 'Yes, eat! said the banker,.I, know: but I wish over captain five hundred it year,tu hoought his family to und wounded. Two 18 ll shut passed through the -

Casks Cheese, 100 bap Oats, b cask of Uucon 40 Ale.heavenly names for sinters three. I lusou'lnupuptitiu! hi illicit":' the would bu terms. house ot the Anasricati.lini.teri iu which several
ruUi parties
IllsCratkervloOlteg* Wills, 25 bUN Tobacco, 3 \ lie will refer you tit ii>c. upon ladies uaJ'children had taken refuge, (orluuU -
uffucliuti added
bhdJ do; JII bUt Molasses, 50 betel HOllp, 2 catIt.l Rebecca Cot a Jewess;, t 1 Vary welt! thurlshull have the plwisurp of the Putting bunker. out ut limo question: '.t'h.! wounding no onu. Gen. Wright wits

.till 0 boxes (Bodies, .IS basket Champagne, tO Row for a country? belle ; ; seeing you again; and he bowed the major ptlitrly / The major at this looked blank and puzzled: in command of ihe party, Gen. Flore remaining -
l boxes Cider 10 cheats Tea 10 Jox.! Brooms, 10 DMi is ; out. with purl of his: vessels MX miles below.
Orates, S boxes lemons, IU club Aue Agaator'a'blu.binY bridl'I' 'Tuu cholerfc the captain all ustonishmiMiJ. "fohl before the Jul
Tubs, S boxes bankervent traight\vny to tho ? &>e day and affair (2J I )
well | It wuud: only be down hand' .
t Rke.3 Crates, 15 toxe Starch,4uO boxes tow "WJII suit exceedingly ; ; captain :-Iir, sail he to him, I am not at putting the your u schooner belonging to Flora's expedition
Match 6th 185* B. 1::. CARL And Phoebe for a midwife j i all-ushamed to euuf'sa myself in the wrong in some phaeton and pair, rejoined : bankcr'aaecurd blew up, and 51 were killed out of 63, unit ,)''.1
{ calmly.
it for prude, t used expression winch American now ou board thu .
Joanna a having tutkiirdsyou! Portsmouth.Three
Oh sir! ah indeed! ejaculated the caps'fun
it FAS Ee. yes
THE WORLD AS wench/ has off-nce. 1 :bo4 to withdraw i if;,
I And. Rachel for a gipsy : given you reddening to luc eur days nllwr\vnrds the whole force left
: HAnd 1 lilUll! upoio> zn for It wtth all my heart up the und U ichal o
and vicinity ni'Gjuynquil went to
& Are excellent good ;: llul.Ui'I fug 1 :seceded lit lhi most!: irregular :
MORRIS \VILIJS'S. 1 .,,, Jt -! loo lair, said the
,, 1' lute, 5ir, by v< helu (it'll.o'II'rcJ landed with four hundred
i it
8 chul'And sill there no
Cold and pruceLiimg, the major,
1 5 2. Judith for !
BOMB JOlIiCAAIj ca.tt4t.', twirling; MS niou>tii hc. You must and marched Ihu six
: nine liar it now, as 1 cannot consent to withdraw men, .. .to town, miles diI _-
I' A FAMILY WSPd1'ER. Ginny for a. sailor's! ._girl. : turet oif, Mr; uutlntthurt'ot thai will do.- principal .truth' me fluid wunoui .,an I> tanl.V I1I1:6t n'j. cnt a mutiny took: plea on
my I
li1ausBI: VTCBKI.T AT Two DOLL11$4b' ,JEJ.I\ I -- \ Had I knocked you down on thu spot, an np'JI-l exchange: of shot btxird the s'euinurJ Seventy Chillians. under

due Satisfaction of a Ceullcmau, gy might have been accepted; but 1 did not That ,snot at all necessary, said the bank command uf n tHfrgeaul named Brado, at "
Tux nurr jcunaut or TBK lUW'SEE. WILL 11:6: 1 will bno IAU.hutionl' = kuuck you doMii, and your apology comes This gentleman is Whereat 4 clock in the morning of the ISthf, made the
'Sir er. uitorney.
I WUED oil Tis rimsT or JXSCAEY JlUT. The ,wurdo were uttered in a foud nnd,angry too lute. 11 ici/r you to my friend,who is au- on the instant the little.man in black whip otliccr primmer*. fastened the batches down,

"r military-looking perwnaue intn ilioriz*-d by me to settle all necessary preli beneath Im deed grid kept most of Iho sailors below.. Twenty
n coal
turn by ped truip a parcn-
Journal has now become uni versa.. Name him time and
TVS Home place,
club minaries. jour .Gcnnaifts and fifteen Americans who
ht.bitJ-few of the saloon ot one ot our respectable : ment, ready filled up, and wanting nothing slept ou
few farailess ol settle affairs.
r There are mt-rchants, country and go home and your deck wuro disarmed. Having obtained, the
opulent the
by the attachment ut signature.
and make home the,most frequented bul
,those who seek to thunderstruck. He
and attractiveace! --who do not now ,bankers ana lord, with jn iprinkie of The banker was! con Tin_ _._ (_!fl" tilaiu and the tilujor uxcliiinifed looks complete mastery, Ihe mutineer call d up the
iatQligent sidered with himself for a while._ Well, sir! 1' -----D officers ; by one and scut them
receive it. It is read wa believe wherever ran the usual and militncy; Rentlomen. of blank rage. They uw that, in e s moron one. nbout. .
if it must be meet ma to.anurrow'ni .
said he at length
r gold threads .of domestic l happiness end true moral tir,1 will have aaii&luction? s6 say me, and acloekin the field north parlance, It was u sell, and they be refinement which are woven so thickly into the butiohini, up his military surtuuij with the arut' two large (:cn. Jackson, Capt. Smith, the Chief Eftlt!

'. stronger and coarser web of our country industry A man who has determined oii some despeate uf -Lodtf?. in thu-Ro..d-'itlJ your friend A most absurd proceeding!mercenary proposal neer amid wveral other officer were thus swept

..'an*J'energetic prosperity. The Home Journal the : course, t)}e oflendcd hC 'o' "nlljhed out and it pair ot pululs. !--ejaculated the cuptmn. Put doxvn myphaeton .w-uy. Maj. Jackxou nnd sixteen Atncrtcaiu

;. speaker to the hearts of this busy nation in the hours of the arum. He was irnmediuiely obsvrvvil Enough, sir, said the brusque cnptainand ludctllVb..)", sir, this is beyond u went off tu a small schooner, and the rest, tu

'glvta to bjppinetaand relaxation.At to mount a hnndsonio pheton, drawn, bya they purled.Thu juke : the number of 15:!, went in the steamer tit

m fffw ;r,.". Prtttut from Gfttltma t. : pair of smart greys. His tiger leaped up parties were on the'ground at the time ll is, indeed!, a most serious mater, sirs,said I Guny quill. On hearing; or this importantloss. .

a .ctTy, the1' Home Journal is one ol which the ret behind, and the equipage drove tiff with u furious appointed. The captain.was accompanied by the banker. Vu you think, sir, whether 1 i Gen. Flares immediately retreattd by

wtalr.M. if re'.a n MT wick, and it Li nnsarPaasd darter up St. James's sirceUSattsfactioal his friend .the major. The banker wa attend would nut be justified iu considering' it as land toTombez, while his remaining vcssA.H

*. a gift in good taste. ot course every one within hear- ed by a gentleman in a suit of professional something more than an 'absurd proceeding made the best ot their W.1rout of the water
7Vues.-lroroQeeopy.03'; for iaree copies $ ot wcrds when utter black-a very unmilitnry and cjvilIookingpersonage. down dead here .
knows the meaning aud a 'joke, t.i oe put Equador.
Inc pretty
for thre ,5 always m ad As they approached, the
*r fat one. years
honor and a gedllemnn.In ? ascertained that there
Address cdl bv a Than of and leave my wife and children to penury It is was great divsnlistacliun
tiubscriera before his
and ad-
"itboatdelar. stepped principal, a
fiacef ,
MORRIS & WILLIS, fashionable circles 'satisfaction'.means the ,I i I the banker's second, said. It 1 know very WbH, sir, you are a rare shot, and : among; Flores, men for some limo
an ounce ol I lead In the dressing Will candle Kith bullet. Thai to their breaking up: The
NewXork.Glielcci chance of projecting: can snuff u pistol previous men werenot
Editors, 1 07 Fultoa street !I understood 'sir that
pistols were
; offend in* friend's'body pejtectly I can't in case and fed.
into were
bape of a bullet' somej this dexterity pretend to, so any paid badly They were of :
used uccaition but
i berg
; f JBr&ndf & but the man ot wounded, hoiior is equal. be too wepons on ; run the greatest risk. Y:t I am ready tu pit a class not likely to be well disciplined under
: .: ; mistake not blunderbuss
1 bring a
sir it
t I 1. iioiUni Gin Monongahela I 'satistled' jf his friend sends the bull inoKsown you ,my (tie against your phaeton and pair. ordinary circumstances, and in such an expedition

", ) Irish*and Scotch do. Ale and For- h&irfrand if his hciad resister, ii,thcn he I under your arm. said the other The major looked more perplexed than ever. it is wonderful that they continued so long
1 y'ourpurlon, drawing
Hssipddtagne skull rohcrtbara beg
thtcknow oflii foolish and
Wine, Afadrira. do. Sherry do. thank the Thu captain more puzzled. together "
''Patt -4" Congress Water, Cordi 1a. Claret Wine. may the soundness ,cf hi* bruins\. Two'men I the instrument. forth it is not a blunderbuss, Again, gentleman, if i should be killed, my It is thought; that this force was reduced to

dtei B K; t ARR.9TiCElsherebygiventhatlwillsix of honor fall out about tbu must knfti 'g mat- but a lele cpe.I wifu and children will absolutely need the about 800 men, when the steamer with 1.0 per.
;" rhapa inflamed with wine, ben: to talk I J And what, iu heaven* name, is the meaningof monemlit I kill the captain, his properly sons'went over to the side of the Government. ;

.,., weeks nnirilyi-and ontf of them uses kn offensive this I hope it is not meant" as an addition.. is absolutely of no sort uf use to bun after IIi.fui.ercal The 650 remaining are now in Peru/or havo

/:1, firer date\ apply to,,tbe Judge of Probate! of St word instantly the'other calls tot' ''isfuctiun',I 18'| insult to mv principal? expenses are paid. Nor is my proposal gone off in the different vessels. The people
Jobna Co cty,forLeUera of Administration, on the ; "'Iriends'-call:them fools i rather- On! by 110 means, said tae banker, oho proceeded without precedent. Upon such occasions, Guayaquil have n united and determined ,

kale ..tau Ftdlift.lateie, of said Ccua ty'U erased- The come two out Irt the cool grey ot the next: morning 'l to inform, the majorof nis pievious him and men ot refined bouur and high courage bavu ia their opposition to this lawless b*&& .
ANN IIURLBERT. readiness to apologize, assuring
r'fricnda and then in sumo chalk- pL1ent
otb .
with t o
U AopaUne March 6th 1852. -

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:.. \ Who is Franklin Pierce ? Whiff Testimony affniim Gen. Scoff. ..Indians." The'reply of Gen. Scott was this- I O* We take great pleasure acknowledging the -It issullicictit- fur our- purpwetuisp-- -!- !!:" .:

Frrom the Pituburg Pat i The New York Day Bank, a'WhiJtI paper from "Tell your General to conic on and storm the renewed courtesy of oar neighbor of the Cbarlestoa stipendiary the"Federal" Govern!

Several friends have requeued u* to rpptibh I which we have frequently quoted in our column f+,rtand I will bn responsible; fur the Indians." Carrier for late New. York lad other papers in ad- j For Banner la .*asunte that such :-t

.. the outline'Ttf Of 11. Pierce** cah-er, ivhich : *, bear the following tcstinmnv nguinstGen. To the Editor of the Shield and Banner. yance of thote by mail which were forwarded to as office holders' ,as have comriiissioiu ODIJ:: i
e, and .riiited in lot Scott in a .recent number of hut paper.; The above Appears( in the Herald of lastweck.Tbinkinf I dirtd'i "
, <* piepdted r our pnf rr.'M via Picolata by Steamer Florida and received on
It will bus rnthnt Ihc Pay Cook and Mr. Cub- the President himself, Is in our j
?, .t<; .nnik i it! f.tunh tt .ufficloiit Hndsntisricitto ; that a few Democrats might vernlotj of'ijf:
)'j to the tibove question, which ignnnriv ctl ubstnnii lly ngrre. in re(ordinit, thotni" be duped by Whielies. I will give sate the Thursday morning. Inflict, sometbln tJ.tr om a fII ,..;,
, tnt, ibe nil ion ol (:cn. 8fnti a JScward trlumph.I1r.. ; orrrci account of that
H.h. n >ng whigs sometimes amuse transaction. The Brit Banner will trot] re think
11' 1U5t'1\'es by asking. '. C.-cnlli the 'mnplete triumph the free- iah General sent .. .flag to Gen.:' Lewis. (Gen. .., The Wade.denial J etter. that Para Masters umfeftaketeisen ,
) ere not
soil and aau-alavery part) '"reborn'teinjt sick,) demanding effusion office hotiet :
A BRIEF OUTLIVE surren Somehow the whist graces a recent naaaber -
Ior i is u leA to deny that the nomination of .. der of the fort. Lewis dared him to try the I reVhear appointment come r ot f rote
TUE LirE or d'&etcard 'of the Florida SrpuUica on this sobjtct.. last
Scott u triumph. The Reward men eZPf'rimen'-ofatotmfnJ it.: Gen. Scott knew : Chief! Executive of the,nation. We "
J < '!nJ' the Union' men show the true stale of the nothingof until! two hours afterwords. week escaped oar notice as we predicted,that Utter, be an uridefiinbl irutbJtnat' each ft ,

yF! It A R K I. il; .P.' En: C E. case since by juechunjre In tFeir bearing before and To this I can testify, for I was in Scntt'sj brigade has funnH iu way into a paper of thenttht stamp for individual, who b. charged c1' ,
THE SOY Of A BSVOLUTI05A&r star, the nomination Before ibo nominationthe at the time. R. R. STEYENSOty.'1 It. .We'are just about aa regretful,as we think we the per
who fou bt ,atM Union men wi>re in the ascendant and the [Niagara Democrat. 'I ought to be,to find that the gentleman.who urged itspubticati'ra ance of a particular public duty for %
\ ttuti-alnYery uxitaiiun wan m a measure quelled. be receives a stated -
BUNKER HILL. Since the nomination onus, has taken oar failure to insert it so compensation 1 I rtro

and throughout the war that tried men's lOuis; umpbant, and the ami-slavery the Reward agitation men are has trk much to heart, as he seems to have, done. national coffer, though he does not derv.:

Was bon at HiUtborough, N.; H. commenced with THE ANCIENT CITY. If his object the ccmmusioa direct fru.n the President
redoubled fur) The only was, merely to give publicity, to j if .,
Graduated NOVEMBEa with d atlnction 33,at 1804.Bowdoin. College drawback to their exceeding h the platform ""-- thing; let him be consoled by the reflectwa- that he tbeless de facto-* '-Federal Officer." r<

1834; admitted to the Baf in 1837,:taking of principles.. t3cutt'aletter acceptance gives has at but,taken .the step to do so In pan, and iliac lit releren ,to Ibe furred conch' ,
them no!only noirouble but exceed comfort.Tbey ,
>'.a high position in his profession}?,and find& no fault with 'hilt. How ing can it boa through a suitable! because Whig medium-'us, we tier" has thought proper la "jump to," .

securing on extensive practice;. source ot connotation in the Union men we belief a figuralhe .axiom of admitted correctness ; lag our .remarks;concerning tbctoi&zct .

ELECTED TO IN THE 1829 LEGISLATURE, are nt a loss to im.t ine. Such being our views that It is all fair to "fight the devil,with fire1 and II which'accompanied the p.oce ilon,U"

serving with distinction, and such| Sl\lillfuctJou\ we cannot nnd will not assist' in &:"OU'II election. therefore,we wilt, that had we, (which by the way, : disrespectful: to" those why really fonne4:
It :oIcou''nomlnn1, un I iio Howard triumph, ill iQvast we wholly deny,) erred lathe ia and i I '
"" matter question
!n to his constituents, that bu wat =r or FEDERAL BIGHTS LSD DUEB.nIEr procession, wu have only to say that tho se -
r retelee ,': .Yi *'p'M Atl d.lJ11"t '11 tlwnaliytvecaud! rt tit' 1. _.._. vi_ i I I marks Justify nd such. Inference; Oltlbc't
{ "; 11RDL'SiIC : '1-- ,. l pere&ti ia its Brais.. .aiajpiettgitiail liasd.tiotlnttg t tfst I '
.., "';. .. Io'lN"183! foi.ltWiitBro-rd n ; cti !ums i t s+ fea ed; 1 .I t ): !v try,set t -
.'. 1" ELECTED SPfiAKER, of his entangling.IHaneH. AtttwedeeI! him ST. AUGUSTINE, OCTOBER 2d, 1853. Gen. Piucr,there can exist with the members of their:I sag ot a dcfofn'fi.rjcnaracter Is ditv.:
far from being a desirable candidate under, party ; no rightful claim upon the Democratic press, opposite because on making our call i iI
ty a unanimous House of vote Representatives of ,the .Jpinpcrnt c fan circumsfancr! for political use of its columns, in any way-the I numbering the procession,we dustincUf,
the We think biro fur inferior in nil thn DEMOCRATIC nOMIIfATIO.f that Uand'triJiiitlie enum.'rution-idiriiu '
NEW HAWPsmni;, qunli- extract; which appeared in several numbers of ocrp&pt"r
r' IN 1833, ties which constitute the Ktatesman to Harrison' ...13.. .. a D-G touching Gen", SCOTT* mnti-tiaterg language he which sake Buntier"of argument that the couftr
or Taylor. He has nothing in our to cnooaes to place upon oaf
;, ELECTED TO CON'CKESSj; especially recommend him to any one Dsucan- i'Oll PBESI IIERT. to Air. WADS ; was discontinued,so soon U our attention mal ks concerning the tutored perztxuawe c
IN 1835.
t. didatt but his military prestige, and that to us was directed to that gentleman's alledged denial u k wJu'llicr complaint can NIne with, !'

: BE'-ELECTED o distinguished TO THE himself HOUSE Qf by BEFBESEKTlTIVES his eloquence is a great objection. Iln it i > hasty, testy, vain, EN. FRANKLIN PIERCE and this; we contend, was (considering tie exansples trrace,or even how of reasor, frucj thoao) i
"' Eupcrcilous, arrogant nnd aristocratic in his the "all the put forth language like the quotation tee c
t' and service, tbnt he \\"alll. OF NEW set,by decency" ;) as far as
'allowing-lakeu from Ibo flies
ordinary intercourse
with of
So far
men. as wearo our
IN we were under reasonable in
1837. obligations
t, any to go .
uf 1850
f' -:, ELECTED TO THE 0. 8. SENATE.in acquainted with his. personal bistorv ,he the matter-if.a further object of the complainant against >ear a
t { has' bet"lIm some personal difficulty nearly nil FOR VICE PBE8IDE1f "Whls Decency"In
: 1 in that body with b' himself I
col\'C'd our io
1 : ns, ia a king as to publish La: note & togei > I
hn Iii, He has ,was the last
t .and.credit to his state, for five )'ear..ond been obliged lo remove his .. ... I Jacksonville Republican witt fcll 4nuut
< ,,1 N 1843 heud quarters from Washington on nrrounliiis clfI WiIe IAni R. KIKO nnnseii gaseuea,sa a liegeman..01 OCOTT aoa ( a roinmumcaiioii aigtteU ** Jtueeraurns" "f+:1

: ,- RESIGNED THAT HIGH OFFICE' I I ditliculiiea with !ormeraiiMiiiiatniii) >ni*.- i GRAHIX interest, he hu succeeded and through the dated "Mullet core" a purti i.i

and"retired to private life and the practice o f HU quarrel wih Ins grin-nil* n.cl! tri'h Ihf OF ALABAMA. l legitimate channel,-a fact with which we have not which lo say thu least of it.i Li* rem r" \ ;I

profession.. His Cervices in the senate government duiing the: Alex.cmi oar could no ......I.awn! .... .. the slightest disposition to find fault-for our settled complimentary to fa't.: Augustine and tWlnorrans : .'.,\.1'I
Have been without lulll! on his pafi. ftlwrcy ill wlic are ..
pvcilieaily 4tJ :
however, so highly appreciated rule ia ake-Is ,aW
were his FOR GOVERNOR. not to l ue with oar neighbors on a mere '
corresipotidei.ee wui peJ hint out borne, dressed in the following language: "
the of ;
thal'on resignation foot and point of'ut We lisle DO "compJim i.- from the :.. t
and his I
S ;LeyiVYodbur) : dragoons generals in their JAMES E. BROOXIC. : No, brother Minorca, willsUclnii ;'1"
TN 1843, subsequent investigations gained a subslan, :- gentleman who impugns us,in reference to our"jus light cllnO!..... Let mullets bo our ttrtatf .<' 'i{

ho Lrd H' offered the nomination of iial) triumph over him. ,How diffeirnt it ivasvith I FOR CONGRESS. tice".morally, we are quite willing to compare sots bread;uudsa) inwelt dune yt good and fri t

GOV RNOR OF NEW HAHP.>HIUK \ Taylor. He bad no quarrels With hill i on that score, with mott of our acquaintances, and lul guides, HC will accept ot a glorious f -
/Subordinates) and found him than : ,,tUGI; 'lel1. E. MAXWELL. lull ..f..U .
Marcy more | cues in our and
bu declined and in the poverty bt
which was, same year, politically speaking, we shrink not, from comparisonwith
appointed his match at letter writing. The 1 t talk of St oil though even there the "ttlllaboud! fail.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEY being superior to Tnylnrnnd Harrison is doing FOR SENATOR.CEOKKI2 uur opponents, Mtth a portion of, whom, have heir. rights, so iiave their
t great injustice lo the of tho ills.linguUtud the trIm, appears lu be one, whose signification may '11 I
tutiiiorr U
tor New Hampshire.: : c ters-\\.1. out for ours,. _while gaily tc! ;
IN 1845. 'men. Jif, reviewing the u-lmlo ; : E. HA WES. be made to vary, according to the calL. of expediency ''w- ..' "

.. ho was up pointed ngnin ground we fee iiokuul mo>oii uliy "fl..ouldlurport -being content with the "pent np Ulica" ol oar JMtfdt spirits and feints ;', : '.:

UNITED STATES SENATOR I Scott for the I'residcnc-and) many to I FOR ASSEMBLYMAN.: "political reading," as quite sufficient foe the day we iIinalr.mink.mifspte,
: the Governor of New Hampshire but see u candidate nominated who ,will. receive e Fare our MillS" bilk 'r. c
by can cheerfully courteous c&ntemner, to the JUu rasa 1.
our cordial support, andY hope, the cordial. \\iLLMjti 'IIJIUILll\-. *
.; > declined the honor I vnjoyiilrut uf all the honor due hiui from the Tis numltrt'uuue a'gtorioiul s5
IN 1846he support of the.Union But if we are disappoint* av#*ft nrtttr*.."." ..\"..,....__ I justly f
was' tendered the nppnlntmrnt of cd in this consider the temporary liitunphof FOR ELECTORS. "wholi unbounded continent,"or measure, of hisprufuunJ Why nr.rnk of that portion of our eilrholiuVttnlMitya : "
\\ been
UMTED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL the Democratic purtle81i ctuug) 'rounto whig r study and greater cuUghtn.ULDemocratic considered rod ml ,
principUrsand pu.C! ) curl letsdhwittou* t tohf McQUEEN MclNTOSir./-/7 u raJ County. and rcxpretaMon nibs r,. utthurouiuiutiitj
+ BY PKKS1DERT FOLK, 1 1the' I **
: limn the !in 1 of the J. RA WAY jliJUWCtlIII1' Utae-JtscDessucratitue"tt t
s honor and emoluments of which high i of country, purl triumph tA ,,SMITH of Jejferton, Barbecue. .
"Mullet Cove"
tfuwurd:) fuciioi by rue el. of jScoll.' 1 ru mid saw the epitLrt" i
JESSK : Jccksuu
l.Ulof "
ice IIP however refused; reiterating his determination u. Pursuant, to previous arrangement:=; tl.c DimpoiutsofSt. uorran" la inxiiiUHlc d-scredit upon t,1I6 f .

not to leave the pursuitsof !I FALSEHOOD EXPOSED.Thomas MeGec. JCJhr.snrd, a rexpcclablu num'Jcrfrum reliability ot. .tho Almorean popuiatiun sod lit--
private life, 'p.xret I I Darry barbecue ...*' w horn hrdeii'iimnaies Niwr4
at the will of hi country in lime of War! r Esq: !, editor nf the American Celt, an -Hasty Ixlracts/ Putnam County nswmbfid! on the :111.:! cans lire citizens i
IN 1847, : I| Irishman and' Catholic, in a !letter lo the Del in, Hon. E. C. CABELL'S opinion of Grn. Fcott, Jui.e, iif Scptembei on the Went Mile of Maria Sanihiz UN irurh entitled :u reyprctns I ho Ieatse'' ocd CJ

on the breaking out of the war with Mexico, thus refers to the calumnies of ..OrnngcmauRobinson l fciii leer -bcutt has a padlock op his hp,aud theprinrip'lrs Creek at the h"u c of K. 0. ''...UtJE*q", uriter ol Hurt urticle.; WhYllnf"ltt S l
he IrnmedintelL : circulated by the Vet. and Bulletin, of&!rffrd in LuMre. ktt jwdbf.and stands the lh trV
-. -- tit pnrtule pC a .../Ucms given in Jjcnor olibeir IIUIMI M .tr N fcojoined iuu.umMJir lbt !Ht !
voLVtt't"&'1 attr-n-A 1iiMol1'jttff1fIUhl'drihtitt : ;; 1tfuJ fo the .iMl 'meritu/'tfu'Cett Lul ".,Julau.tholle bctore the country as ttc'cfculidaie: uf iLvparty. ''tiLLer Jaw I ''lhlJtlU <
| > enwi
in the ranks as such: calumnies' ." I IThe cundiJaie for CIIll{.rc"s", "'01. A. t:. MAXi > .uu i lei in 11 il."';'. 1

< 1" In the some year Nut only, KIT, in lliix; instnncr, but in ever) .. ilcctiun of$rt/f tinder present circamstrrccr'wniilj ELL and MtQcrEx KcI.Tu.-n E-q. Elector for theie: lie U"'II'U tins on uieeqi.uu\) mingling wiib dud;,," aU. '
' 1 I. ho : othervc base cndr' ., tie to continue Govvrununt iu the htniJi I l' rulpul.lu] wud I'
.1 a
tens nYi it us :s v kn"'eat r l the) Eastern Disiiict c.f Florida. On ubirh oc- 11.'mC, .
the West and ut lite I'vte Soil LUii tLtir lubatickia las e nullv hu oibui btulv : k'
'j; APPOINTED BRIGADIER GENERAL, North! to defeat the uitctrptthe Fatty t.o- s
; tstroy the Uuiuu." Cnsion.tueyvcicubl: ) aitd.tloqufiitly ad,!rcss- We hum urrtvid at u ,ill ..I..r cruutbv '
;r 4 i, by President Polk. vile. fulo, utterly discreditable ntli mptto .,
; In the same your -- hold Mr. Puree responsible/ the New It did Mini strange that_any honett Southern man ed, by bush of the gent! inn:-upon ihu lmd> Ik-irncriticaiiiiol: bold. liirbrcuenring I" 1

"1 .i he fought at the batik f of Hampshire It'litVtS know that he left the ccuid Time tuj>]>urt icotu": At reported iu the l\ew York ins political) topir of tlir dray, tit the |pert ctsiitisfactiun mingling withuut with b*i.darkies'in, rbarged''. by Wu-jf*. w 11I
r'' .t CU'TN1IA$, chair of the convention in I860, to ndvucnie > 11a
of 0inocra* ,
every prr 'nt. \\ ltt! %tI hold lltvir Bas btcu**sl,rand we : '
CHURUBtWCO.MOLINO its rep nl on the floor of the f Imusi, ; we know pn"lUlltt
i It wt generally und"vsturJ. before the arrival have their i.c nn.e Air M'tyilltl,.. .... 1kIDUCat'. "
.., DEI REVT:: thus, more than any man living, he has sought QcnryCla oil Military Bule. Nw"uuld t
oncl. lo remote iI from the Constitution ol his ) nf the di1r..:[cal cnn.!idjir. that they were "tool{' .41 charge t.lllh11t.. tur 'IEI 1l: .at, '

.. GARITA DE BELEN, State.) Although ue publish a paper only Ir,r this t uily I p erit.d sal'.t I,e Republic! keep to meet in frec di>cus.iou,'* uud upon equal "'dirk .", on thai uecouiit. The.*, au..UU ant : .

i I, receiving the plaudits of-Gens. Scutt, Worthaod t'lIIi tnllhJ and Catholics, und have no desire or itt, r.1tIJJlh l iu "&t'w the danger* which bud grounds i lid turli, we judge, from vrluit had mi uew thing-David I>:vj HUS ouct: cbatfrt! .j : b
.; Pillow, ns well as all of his brother officer duty lo interfere in party politics, the cnndi- vertuiued crtah otter frtofttatr, I believe. ii with being u'*nitgi r, :' ti
to be USUT.AI. to the lubtuig btenthe ci'iir. ut other pom! !*, was the dntu
\ i : und Koldicrs cur his conduct uud ot one part being accused by tau other, ftrserra/iun oj ; ptJ(1rJ :
:: bravery;. und on the cu pture of the in uur nnnw, read, 1111 it were, on our m count t; ourf lilxrttes, that a man, deroid','if cirri talents, l of the cuidMatus of &''& poetics, until iitiui h.-d lu his c"muiunicuionj, but he nails*;. a

, t t WY city Mexico! and thu I Virtual we could l not be silent with honor. The American and' tillering no rccoiiiiueiidiiiioii !but ntiotoundid tliey reached our City, here, it npparu nil unluriionute blunder 'piiriing g ,front Inc ., 1'a.

t.: '. CLOSE OF THK WAR, Cell has simply done its duty, in the reaped on military tertice, should Hot be lie- chairgo came oVr thui..pirit' of the dream," ol text. In order' that our asters may see iu '1 ....
. \ RESIGNED IIIS COMMISSION, knowing: the fucu to be: different from k-cled to odiiiuiiaur Ibo Uovt-njineiiU I be-: UItoLaiIt,1.15 priNiuctKiii, we here: publrsa! iuWOA } i
;'j and returned ,to his home nnd thu practice of| thy statements! of the )rear opposed to bl1'icrrr. r. line to jetjund 1 bull coiisjdcr; the days of the Whig; candidates ; n ho under pat ty advict*, 'C'fulIbWllVICU lAe giflie gigu ;.1.'

rc; his profcfuion, in which he has continued, the CUI tI IJOU\,cuhh numt'cred WHES AR orro- or from other, cause claimed an advantage in Tu tee tjsrteire as ilher see U, .,

i: .,' loved honored and respected by all Permit mo to luM"l fir, that I never bayo SITE PKIflClfLE' IS iSTABLlSUED.i.-Sfftth if 1! discussion which if not wholly unpr cedcnted It vovldjree many a bteiuterfree vs." .

\\5;,. t-' / wbt> knew linn, until been, anal never will tr. a party lo raising Irish Clay, at Lexington, Ay., Jay 12, 18: as on such (occasions ts entirely incompatible with We *\IVPtiirllix. n n it._ ,, Litn n .-- rat"-- _leiet n__ -!*,-... 'a
'" 1852 r ('atlntlic issues before my countrymen by .l aloeyJ e'o, J Clay>age..5.r. 1 ero/tcuj," who gives in a mangled conduiul, ',_- j
i the idea iJ t t
; uhrn he was unanimously nominated, by the! I birth, uhfvr.rc Dillu now, my fellow citizen equal privilege in debate and suchas tin quotation., out following couplet,'as 1iI.'iI;: : '}; j 1
r,: National Dmiocrrme CtlU\cuton; II.I ve und honor them too much to try to digriuta -- 'It, indeed, we have. incurred the Drine displeasure could not therefore, DO conceded, without Dut"I.tl.1 tiiiuc .*e. I

! nit Baltimore, tor ilit'in; II(leave that lo Ibe demagogue*, and it is necessary lo chastise this a manifest abandonment right. In our next, Oh, may nrepowertbegifliegieye, ','.. n

,' PRESIDENT OF THE UIV1TEDSTATESI who, like Mr. Robinxon, muku a tinde of"poll l people with tbe rod ot His vengeance, I we will give a fuller account of bet doings To tee me a* same ithen tee me! a i
,t, : cOIl lulse' preiences! and ciurinn Appeals.Wmo would humbly prostrate mytelf beloie Him, 'f'A.
Hc bus rjchly i ir deserved all those high honors and implore, His mercy, to visit our favored at the Barbecue and publub among other Teuuc>le 9 Wblg. Op.aioas.ThuNushvilIu '

r, conferred (III. dim by his fellow citizen b)' ItiDi VJ.E.OF. THE IRISH.-The Tribune land v.itlr WAR with PESTILENCE with things, the toasts drank. and a correspondent. American vf the lib 1Dllaa19'.; '.
distinguished services to his ttott;; and has put lurch ii picture but.k representing Grn FAMINE, uiih ANY c.OURGE'otb: than roniainsa letter lioiu Dr. 1JcNairl..lt'Ia4 I li.-4:

the Ccuntry at large. iral Scott in nil conceivable scene, MILITARY RULE, or a blind and headless The annex" Article, Whig of that place, i i.: which tb<* writers)* '..
l": The exalted purity of.his private and public w hit-h is a ruricutu'ouf'a part of Irishnr nmotig enthusiasm tsar mere MIUTABT renown. We that ho has 'uSn'r in hue liftr Voted but for GIll, r
character his clear and discriminating TbelrMi An.eiinin.: j-rinud >in New Yut:k Henry Clay' tpetch at Baltimore, May 13, 18i8. perhaps owe an apology for not having* Democrat, and th-t was for AIKIewEw.atu.a .

! judgment;, his manly and utitultermgcohsislcncy II.u 1 iudiguuijily .ulludi to Grcelej's picture, See allots's Life vf Clay, page 657.44Np er'e now, given a further notice of the Jacksonville personal ItrtJUI d,. He has bcca. Wbitsl; t

, !} i in the advocacy and idoichce I Llltl": Rtptl l C4n'. production which appears way.. He was n Whig when it was art raj "

I, of Iiis political pnuciplc&; '.Tbe u In's hut'e i issued a campaign piclo North, DO South! ,no Hast DO West under the over the signature is presented at tho head mutter for him lo count his aswciates io his:
bis wnrmheorlcdgeneroi ml lite ol Scot i, ti Curb ccailaiiis one of the v|. Constitution ; but a sacred maintenance of the comtiion this. Circumstances here count j-wl,..'n he could number le.s assocalf*
; ,. ill and amenity ot feat, caricatures ol Iri hmen whichever bond ami'tme devotion to the common 'Iof nut necessary there than be can now count Whigs who trill \-
disposition; hie Ardent ted from! the filthy j-enril of its author.emana In afcceiie hood" FRANKLIN : brvlb4a'I'I t9 be particularly mentioned have opera not vote fur 'eoit. Ho HIS for Clay is here'ihtt f

and active reprcfeeiiting certain returned Irish ted a gu'lD.t our inclination and caused inaction Banner was fur Jackauu. '.:

efforts in be. ut-ri, one n an is lepiCM-nted: i.s km ding m pnvi-the I Opinion of the Boo ou Gen. Scott .in the matter; such "being the oice, it And vet, he *'*. in to ""TI trill J oI iflj1fII halt of the iio .| I Betlt. With all iiiyduvotion to Mr Clay,wcra
uluviiiiiijid It,1Jj attitude, while the faces "Gen. &ott is is a source of especial to that t
the regret us,
special favorite of
the North pe
GREAT. the he now living and in bis 1 woulif
PRINCIPLES OF THE DEMOCR11CTV of ijiem all cHerubeJ ; prime BJ*:
,., aieiej.ivM'Dttdin{ the most bidcou candidate _
FreesouVrs. Ht it petted cannot, even at this lulu do than fur .
l-AKTY day more vote him it brought forward '
tbg mea
d''funnity that by
humanity bus thank lyVtuti.T
,_kepi under
aided by gerdiniifjki SEWARD, f make a partial amende: for be omission. Premising who numin.ttedant' influence !,
eloquence at once attracth'e.convlDciog tquul.tu il.'r the profile ol' gnu ot my I and conttanttg tdmanitked with paternal nlidtude supported by the .
and effectual, have all'Cou- countrymen the arts teciiut lo have studied i by THCSLOW Wcu. Ia short, he ia in exceedingly thus much and holding ourselves bound i waich sustain .Gen. tlt: 'utl- Tho men wfca ('

*spired. to. make him unanimously an ,ape or baboon This is, certainly, a j I Lad company lie appears to consort with those j i t to furnish en the subject it need be, a more nominated Inmate corrupt saute inflsencr ';>-
rtcognized btrunge way complimentuig u*.. making us the who revel In fanaticism, and make their politics sub- i I ample hereafter which Hippor; him dangvruu to Ibo SuuiV '- :'j
A? HOME, AS liiuhiiig siwk of u nature., and then caking tervieat to sectional aggrandizement. The peculiar < we proceed fur the present to and the mutt." ; (,It
NEW IIAMP IURE'8 FAVORITE SOX! I fur tour voles lor such irue fri nds. "iJovo us u* friends of(,eD1 Scott are the very people of aU others | speak upon one or two points only, made by "And LKUl tote for Pier*. I know him if .'_,1

wiiile they have also so strongly appealed to irom our friends." we may well exclaim." I whom the Sooth most particularly and emphatically the "Banner" meL They assume for instance a sound N"tional-CoOlCrv"liYe-mao. H,; ;'
Inc confidence and regard of his fellow countrymen ,j( abhor, and nothing ia more natural than that she that their procession had but Federal belongs not to the party with which hare all : ''
get ;
throughout the Uuiun, that, Spoiling Little Bit of Scot rHIatory.. should withhold her confidence from a candidate who my life been associated. But I have XIV "'" <; ,
IN 1863Bt Under the above caption r we find the follow. seemingly plays into their bands." fice bolder in it,an assumption! we contend not ,scanned his public life, and I admire it. 1 d :

WILL OK THE 4TH OT MARCH, BEUOGUIU.TaD ing "anecdote"and u.IKJihng"| in one or our j, I now hesitate between at all warranted by the facts in the case. -. have,read his public speeches and hits Pu1Jie -::
: AT wAsgaGTuxa Ohio elehnn l'I. The utiecdote was (manufac sidence before oatoralhtatioa extending aDd total the period of re Wo assert on the contrary and are prepared letters, with an admiral ion which I cannot resist 1

; AS THECHIEF tured,and first appeared in theTecuimeb Her- acts of Congress on the subject-a mind ursAX.. inclines of aU to afford indubitable evidence,that there were of the lofty patriotism by which tro4
MAGISTRATE OF'TaE REPUBLIC! ltd and ide my I distinguished. 1 would be be lb+. _
given a u riiculutiun through J,10 the latur. aCOTT. in that procession no less than as proud to
every three
whig in the >1&1f'-1t persons, author of his letter to Major Lally. and of b$ ''
paper boa COntu l-omo
SEAR Hm.-The Boston Bee, a staunch and I who if nutactuallYcummisalcned'eare
somewhat corrected. How "I I and lor speech on Mr. Calhoun". resoluions as of
ploy whigjuronal, unfold Its. views and de'Hl' many whig papers accept the nomination upon the platform .
a long time have VVbshiogton's Farewell
will the been in
publish the'regular Address. I blm
its (correction ed by the idnTeoujun, not because this is adopt-I receipt owe J
|position as to Gen. Scot's nomination : for
iUI funuwbi From llxMan'ifeld (Ohio) Shield and Banner. me as a candidate, bat because the pr ociplea it em of a staled annual salary, as subordinate these things 'he jratltude: of my tote, al .5;
.. A$ECOOTE or GEL un-1'be Tecumseh braces command the approbatoin of officers in branch IviUpay Ike dtbL
judgment one of Public
We can inform the rdilor of the Springfield i(Mich) Herald relates thw following t! them 1 beliere 1 can safely my there has been,and'with Federal "l belwve ho is tbe Instrument destined la :"
aiiecitsfdote -
publican that tbe Bee Is a w.bit paper- } i :- word nor act of"tny life in conflict,"-(Gen.fierce"oo. service in this city andthat there was another crush that Northern fanaticism which-havisf .

}; 'tJaturll.tzrl ever were and ever toUl bO win orA j citizen of our town gives. a remark made letter oj acceptance.) individual in that procession, who holds an bought a portion of the Southern Whig patty r's .

-I sm. not Dbolit milt.. We don't bolst.tbn flag off I by Gen. Scott: at fort George, in 1813. A Brit, important .aution1 in a different branch of the with promises of office and having thua..cd-
tM .' >,ray which'spits upon! the whig platform:' isb dog was sent to the American Tim A Chance for Government service iced the patriot lmut12-would use toe mil .
army. ,
Ko tor no man who writes such $500, having as incident to it,
a stupid I ;learner was scut to Gen. Scott's tent, and said w. itary reputation of a vta man in giving us a >F
.' us that which we this I are authorized compensation by no means inconsiderable.
morning by
: published to him:-Our General has sent me with this dclan a geuJcmaD 10 bet 8500 higher law than the Constitution.1* "
tn+ General' Scott The'Bite will never 'cave! flag to request that you surrender to him, for. Presideat that if he'aun&Jr Un. f iitct will be elected next Whether this gentleman acts by authority 'As certainly then, &s that I hare been si-.-

i_ iU Such& nomination while it mains' under if you du not, be ball be compelled to storm bet by any perIOD 10 dos The IIUD ma1 be tale ea ba ODe i of a parcbrmhf, having the broad seal of the ways a Whig, and an ultra Whigv- w-08* .
he control of its present:editors:? the fort and he will pled, or a soma from : ly as that Scott the ,
,' not be responsible for the Dp b1 difl"clcDI pellOU 820' United States attached,or by a mere letter ; is favorite candidate ol tie
I) .:'. ,i' i J It u ppointmect wo know not nor da we oCt t I anticooinromise Whigs o'.Ibo> North-to csrtqinly .
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t letter,from Franklin' l'\': in the Eev. J. F- J, Mr. JOSEPH KOdSE Jr. ol I .' I .
LA. vetted iD me
Ssrrrtrara,16,1862. .{ B ?? % power by law
Ute tdkwwis aU that .
property quaUf1caN.w city.to Mist YRENE M.GTJEof'St Augustine, A N ELECTION Is hereby ordered shall expose for sole before the Court HouJ.

tlttt Hnmpabl-n- A Fterids. 1 a. law J to be held on the first pursuant in to hi the city of BuJaauary. A oa dw BatMatday, ol :
July ; Monday
.. (N. H) 16, 1852. 1853 the
I lib. bet next, at the different Election PredncuJn fit .dacrIbN ; or t
& :.-lt is iniiei ible ibnt --- -- 80 math thereof u will
Johns ;
Mall ; County proper, and at th_ Precinct which dM pay &be 8'-10 u4 coral y ,
ItI taxes and
a more direct mini* upon," are in thai portion of Putnam County which has been 1 necessary apuaa.ve iberroa. :
,ten.}bat with which this Whig paper* From PicoUvla.18 wiles diataoee tsr8l. AUlUllh..C net off from the said Countyf8u John;under the I I DUSa acres third tats land siKssid.tofiasto .
'tattaed with iclatioti tom A.'S-1h aye and''bnrsdayi II A.,0\1. act said, Ro4dguesbeing astir Dun's (
karo sentiment*'1 IJzu.n. organizing County of Putnam for a Govern Lake sod lying Ia.
."tb* religious l test ctinuinei in isnralato CLOS .- lundifa and'Wedbe d aye 12 M. or ol 5 the Bate* Representative to Congreasi a Ante Lion ol5to.Dtbip,12IOGtIt. nap 28 1 Do able <'

tud D. ..tb was adopted in 179, and, '. I.- FeaaajraanJ WdJambfii. Ay MTHE deaator, lor the seventeenth Itonatorial District and taxed and adT\'ni84 for DOD payment or tasea for -
Ld The ._ :. member of the house of Representative of the that year 1851. Alan asaeard" 1852
.*a nce. charge "Is contra* 4.K.TI Gen ST. JOIUPS LODGE HO. 13 tromp u per aAddt. ;
( E. enl List. .
Assembly. the, Counties cf
and St. John and
feferf b1"t"Yer1-aorc tel of life
havnti Or.
.recce to ebb qurstbn in my Putnam_.and the following person, are appointed Aoanrnx ACGUJT 23,A. D.1853 A. L.. bless taxes sad expenses are paL before day '
Ig 10mltitcttb
nnT H ale.
a Inspectors of aaid ALL Masco ia'
Election good
cuUaterelljr. 1 namely a'aadjaj.are respectfully In* i I .
:residua fur alto advocated the call' Far St. Auftutine Preceinct-Election tobe- rued to be present, on the 4th,Novembet nezt.sod I B. B. CANOVA.Sberiff ex oficio
amendment of thowti0D a STEADIER FLORIDA held in the unite with this and other Lodge that Tu AIRuouad Collector.
which Ciuaus WIUET. House-Inspectors, George Center, are expected to e> 1 '
tl nwcmblwl ia Now' JOID..1n Jane 26 .
mbt-r, Jacob a Masonic celebration: of the 1862.
.will make a trip tot; Augustine+ on Mickler and Vgntdo Lopez. centennial anni ,
1 ea.n the must ptom l.ent obi in my Friday the 15th of October lost., and kay sea,e versary of the Initiation Into the fraternity; of the IIlusuioua4Father y
..it.nd Wall lo strike out the unjust and day for Charfoton, ..For.ficolttt Pr- nrf---At the House of James of his Co intee" Thi. will.. h- Tax Collector Sale .
ydafta |irovwi&H. commonly called tbe sill October J. 1852. K :- 'pector,James' Kh. ,John \ViWaDlland procession,aa address and .Banquet- on--the--- occasion.- -- BY virtne of the power vested ia me by law I' -

JIws used property qunlifktitkin tests from George Coke; __ : By order, expose for sale before the Court House -

mr Hud..niebUl taw. In ha.ttt Your snus(8igned tNEW POSTAGE."JlAW.AN For Mdtanta Precjncf--tt he House of ?Abraham D, R. DUNHAM, Seaetgry January the city of St. Augustine, oa the'first Monday of
..' .*, Dupont-Inspectors, Abraham 1853, die following described, or
tAl 1- I. ACT to amend the entitled Dupont, Pet property .
so touch
) +FRAXKUN FIERCE. duce and modify the act rain-of postage Aa act iq to the re- licier and James Peficier Notice for Settlement and Discharge I! taxes sod thereof accessary ss will pay doe the thoreoo.State sad. county, .

lost WuBftcv, KJMJ., CoopcM 011, New United S *M ,and for othtrpurp eei,"*- >a.Md March For BIUM Vut PfteiaetAt the House of.Col. NOTICE I I. hereby given that six month after I: One TOWB LP*expenses J.." -' i, ,. '

ivtk.Jr.. third eighteen !hundred,,trxJ fiif"one : F.L. Oancy-Inspector*,Fiaoci* L. DaocfiCdward will present tmiyr6eal'itY "-,E I 1Mt'tiq.. 'a_ -.a'
catorVVjiw -
." B, it'Hde "Lea &_4.14.-! Jl-..d' J.p .A.. Ri sU ixu'r .. .. ci _' _' Esutrof'Anton} r..to.']* Jo\J..J. W.,8wJoe 'j :taetdrocadirect -

: -1IhIU T I"vatti "c i'i"J rr,'. .11..l mUliweftktVllt't SttlKof-As&icai* Catfre I For 1' j >; wl-Iospctor... John Dick, J9l2rtflMbateor3tt| Jobas Count fit setOebeot If souibtoalotof Francis P.- Cbacbes.retsrosdbf* ",.
'* .tOKUedf TOM from awl after ihe thirtieth George Lues* B. and allowance and ask for 1'eterenet. Doable
'ofl > Truman thn.th. cWf ol' .ta" WJijjr Central ,' Joseph flyke my foil dlaeharfe'from taxed sad advertised.for non' : '
day of8epirmberelghtrea hundred and finY-lwo bt' 1 I die Executorahip of said Estate d payment oClUea for years '
CtiinniiUtfj grand abolition lender in the j J0rJlg Pre -Atthe House of Henry shall at the 1843'60snd'51.. Also
pottage on, all printed matter passing through the Hendera o-lofpecton, N.thaDNorton same time apply for authority.to ton our,that Messed for 1852"ss"additional list.
Hen por
General ttcott's teude Henry
Kurjb in the South and
the United .
mail lion of t
tatn instead of the rate now derson sod Joshua-tfyke*. the asset of ,said Estate(the only portion re Unless tsxes a&4 expenses are..W before day of <'
Central tiuump of Urn a lug p.rl y, hn* nut yet charged, shall heir roli .,. wit: Each newtpa- j I I maining in my hands) aa was bequeathed by the will sale, ., i
aau-ercd iI'llt "tutti u hud WMteii if hu sign per, periodical unaealcd cbcnlar* or other article of For Little Lake Genrgt Prct_ff-At the House clash! deceased to her nephew Chart Downing R. B. CANOVA' sheriff and

rd or circulate!, ll'I he endorsed or frunkrd, i if printed matter, not exceeding three ounce in weig' t, of Fiedeick Wilkle Inspector, F. ,M. Adams, Segni. MATHEW SOL AN A, Tax Assessor and Collector ex-off. ,

be had printed or had -enl to bo printed the ahaU be cent today part of the United State for one Frederick: Wllf ie and William Green. Executor* June 26,2852' s.i.c

iifanHJS circular in which be pasM-d himself and closed at 5 I'tL Augustine August 28ta,'1853.

c4 NS a's.n rrnt to deceiru tbu "utl'" n'iUAt ounce, one, cent additional shall 'be charged; and P. M: f Tax Collectora Safe.

anncct 1-I' Olt. when the postage upon any newspaper or periodical I G..I1UMPUReySladgeorprobatt. Tax' Co&ctor Sall.BY Bmse of the power rested la me, by I law. I
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/ *paid yi-arty or quarterly ia Id.DCtt.c the office of of tit.Join County.ftOTSCETO for isle before the .
ythIe foart
of the House
delivery' or the office power vested ia me bylaw, 1
at where the came I* mailed ID the city of 8t. Augustine
Error in tile 2lovernor's Proclama* t IIEllt8..Q for ie before OD the first Monday of
nide *.Gf such payment i* furnished to the office of expose ** the Court House inthe JlDe 18.S3, the following
IIOEI.Thfiv nOULD there he heirs of Don city of tit., Augustine the, first described property or so
delivery in such manner,** th -Post Office any surviving ; on Monday of much
thereof .
is nn rrror use to the day.(ii the pnclnnmlion by general regulaiion Dtpartjnen5hall half- uuQn Wim arias henry White formerly January, 1853, the following described property,or and the a* win pay the State sod County taxes .

I .1.1 I.i.>f.the_ ..t..t GuVcnior. appointing i. .:.v the n_!iiino t.of_. of said rate only ball be'charged.pllCribtoD Newfcaoein-and Governor of Florida under the Spaouh Guvern- eo much thereof a* wilt Day the Hiate and county ftOO aereafthlrd necessary rate expense land dso tbereoo.
llUlUIrIJC hut trimi'Mi in ifcujr 01 rrrsiuontand penodicaU not jreigfring over-aa Vice ii* ,*Ueiii U (df United titnu s. The when circulated in the State w .p..btiaht' ,.baU a be]', they may bear of something to their advantage Kgard 13 acre third rate hind'on Mantanzas river aay Sebastian Espinoss,above the bead of Nona River,

day lot holding the election according to the,I charged jone-half of the rale beforrmentioned Pro- to a claim against the ,Spanish Government, b uased.to'8.Cbeve.lying partly section '40. township I/ing partly ia section 42, township .3, 8. R.

Jaw of the Uniteti Flairs, as well us the Htalei tit ed., That small newrpapen> '* paniculaa.tpprore their indentity. township 9 south range 30 ,Doable taxed and Double1 tsxe* sad sdverUsed for non
l Florid*, is un rf* TvaJeytvxt after the fritAfosfcay liMbed monthly or oftener and pamphlet not cousin, eat., of pay i
i. JVbrmoer," huh will tie Tvetatayfae tag more than ajxiero octavo page each when enl E.J. GOMEZ advertised for non payment of taxes for year J848, 185 taxes for ISapoad 185k Also assessed for. '
'\'ttttmcJ day ..4'ntst November, and., nut ) let stogie package,weigtbig at lean eight ounce, tone : I Fiec Ctarvl offpain at Key West Fla. 49,.JO.lod 185U Also, aeswwd for 1852, as per Uuhns a*per"dcl.idooa11iat.and
: additional List" r 18&2.Unlea expenses are. pU be&re day .!
MMtedJh, x+c smd"a* set (art h in the Govern tddreaaed,and pre-pa d by affixing postage stamp, "tfewt ale.
or's IViKlniimlJotu It be iruportu'iit to tltt'ITUJlIb .1I be ehargr4 only half mils anti:for each I N. B, Jacksonville and Floriditn k Jour taxes and expenses-are paid before day of R.
may till will the six sale. CANOVA Sheriff and .
Dana. notwithstanding the please give above insertion and send :
correct this error, on in rentwie portions thn each separate article of such package postage calculated would exceed on their Dflls to subscriber at Key,WeeL R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex officio T3* Assessor and Cullector s. j. c.
btsle, it aright be productive ot' confusion and June 26 1852. )
that amount. The postap on all transcicnt waste ,I September, II, 1852 \ 6fOrange Tax Assessor and Collectors, c* ,
lrri i' I
uralfy.7aDenwcral. Jnnc 26. 1852.
shall be prepaid by oroherwi&eor
cliall .
tauipa he Tax
charged double the ran hat abort mentioned. County Tax Collector's CoOtctor Sale. f

The Cleveland (Ohio) Fiwrt City, n Jlmn" Sic., 2. And It it frtktr enacted That book\ I : notice. 11 otlce1ft B BY Thrtueof the power eted' lame bylaw

.big i pni.rf ur"etlllll" election ol lUen. Scott, bound i>r unbound, not weighing over four pounds, I WILL attend at the Store of WOLUX CAMP hereby given to all creditors and all parties concerned shall expose for sale before tbcCourt House is

tract tnm i i's rub nU"I. Votera .f ..1..luridu.If'ad altVc with postage at one cent en ounce for all distance taxes of Orange County for the year 1853 every Joseph W. Mile late of Putnam county deceased October 2, the following described prooert/, or fraxes fr-

nnd reflect.fla. Dtmocrat. under there thousand mile, and two cent an ounce Tut-kJay, in each we.k until the ht October next thaton the eipiralien of six month from the date so much thereof will pay the- State und county

There Is n.; wary to 1''HII6| the rwntlinjtcunte for all distance over thre thousand miles to which E. WATSON. ,,Sbuiff and exoficio hereof.. ball, apply ro the Court of Probate for the t and tbe necessary expeases: doe tbeteoa.,

I of ulaverv eztt'n dun,sumwe l.y Mike defeat fifty per cent shall be added in all cases where the Tax Collector' O. C county of Putnam aforesaid, for a final settlement of ISO acre third rate hind anfsstj t: C. nod G.

I oi Pierce ainl King,* and Chet run cnlv b.rdtented tame 1I1IY.bt\ sent without bring prepaid, and all Lntfrpise Sept. i, le52. 4t. my accounts with said Estate and a discharge as Administrator Clarke being the one half of,one,tract, the whole

f by thnrh radon o'' icn. Sci.u, wlno life' printed mailer ch rgr able by weight atoll be weighed thereof. tract was orfinaily granted to C. end G. Clarke. '
whou The poblifhrr of To Kent. BENJAMIN CHAPMAN the other half is returned
in a' ntee that bin influence will i.ut boMI newspapers and periodicals ,Admr. by Mr. Jacob Mickler sooth
poorj may send to each other from their respective : TilE PICOLATA 1IOUSF.lat-ly oco'- J/ay22d. 1852. of and bounding oa Moses creek being ia section
of slaverv.Ohio. .
tbu side.. offices of publication fit cot postage,one copy of each .:' pled by Mrs. REID. The .oulIt'is in tau J 46, township 8 south range 30 east., Double taxed

publication; and may abu sent to each actual sub>,eriI order: rent uioderaate ; and p gioruuuObio; to all right. Tiie elitorc bet encloM-d in their publications, bit a and receipts Preference tu a family without t.iil; S bales Hay, 60 bbls, Flour 6 bhdfl. Sugar, 149! '60. and '51. Also assessed for l, ss per
fib Qkio Patriot bnd n conter*ai iiin a dayor for the free of The 1 dreo. additional list.
fame Apply to
postage* publishers of w ekDf'W'plpt'ra 15 bhls. Crackers,60 sack Salt and 124 puck-
two friiier 'hla a lu.millf"uthig., who bud "ly nosy mend 10 each actual subscriber D. E. CAUU. gars to B. E. Carr, 10 boxes G. Hurt, Sundry ;Also, .
tmvt'led tltile gmtirr : urtinii' ul l th, M iihin the county where their paper are printed and September 4.1 852. .
.. packages,_to Byrjjfigojw & IIQWk.audgtbprs. 16Aa.aslsalb, ..' .5 t..a-
vlio;flt sly oud frankly .jutlniim taut there' miK pKldi+dwd.ine cdpv Ihneel'powap T "y" '- ,
'tPlntKt poisibltt uq.e ul Oft;" jjoiiijr for BEc.3.: And be it furtktt t.oeltd. That no newspaper Proclamation.NOTICE Tax Collectors Bak.By acres originally I* returned granted to Uier.all sod .tthe of other 150

",.. I'a'rcchr. Miys will ,sweep| the.btuie periodical,magazine or other printed pap r or is hereby given that an ELECTION virtue of the vested Msntsnzas by wJaIda.lIIualed .
power in me by law I shal river, being seetloo> 37. 9
shall be entitled lo be held throughout the
State of
1 y A larnctiiBJotityCUL. nnltiT. sent t he ratre'opnatage r Florida,o n for sale before the south
Court Double taxed
House In thecity range east. and admtiseaV
iu thin act Monday,November 2J
specified, unbar the following conditions ,proshno. for Electors of_ President for
of St. Augustine on the let of non of for
be observed First, It shall be and Vice Presidmt of tbe United Monday January payment taxes years 184360aad'6l.
: States. Nun
: BESTOS AiD *.11'1. 1'r. MCE.-'I'b. friler'il sent without Abo
.1853 the following described assessed for
crin I ber to be cliofcn. IArt property,or so much ,as per additional. list.
|I.t-I.| |ii4Vf beau publuhingu uNirt Ibu.IIOII. any cover or wrapper a cover or wrapper open < thereof as will pay the State and taxes and the Unless
the ends sides that Done at the in Tallahassee county taxes and are paid before day oi
mid& at or so t.te character of the oat Capitol this 13th expenses
1 litajw. II. Heniuii wu iromj .u: bcuit, necessary expense due thereon. sale.
contained iherein be day August A. D .
ter may determined without 1K& ;
Hut. be buddeiMiunceil the m-tninnliun oi (J, n. such Setoud, There shall removing THOd. BROWN Governor.s GGOft acre third rate I and, assessed to'Francis R.B. CANOVA, 8 serif and ex offido
wrapper. be '
1'arfu a Ha, fraud ui Eeti tbo. p oilo. In' hi* word or communication printed on the acme afar no i By tbe, Governor-Attest: J. A vice, being the Buena Vista tract, and lying to Tax Assessor and Collector,*, i.e.

"I| "'t'b Mt UuCOIItlllc, Alo., a tCW ass ka 0,0, publication or upon the cover or wrapper thereof,except C W. DOWNING, sections 48 and-4! township 9 south, range 27 ean. Jane 26, 1852.
Doubt taxed advertised for
<.. ttcition uid:- the newt sad address of the to whom i it Aug. ;17.1852. Secretary of' State. non payment of taxes
person '
.lic IVrce to of ihosw whowiitMiiriituiattuy Third ----- t'l for 1847. 4849. 50. and 51. Also assessed An Ordinance to explain certain part of an Or
pifferred any is 10 be-.eat. There shall be no paper or other List"
in ll.e Ualiiniuro cimvtiftuti. thing enclosed in or with such printed paper andit N 01'ICI is hereby given that application will, beniau'e Additional for 1852. dinance prohibiting Hones and Cattle rom ge-
11e kind Mr. Pierre Wltl a ytiiifin.iniyn | these conditions are not complied with, such printed I at the next session of the, General! Assembly i sale.Unless taxi' and expenses are paid before day ot ing at large within the City *f St.Angtutine.

tin,be knew him well- us a poutldvimirriii. wrote shall be subject to letter postage,cad all mitt oral It- Slate of Florida for a City Charter tor the 1 R. B. CANOVA Sheriffand Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Alderman of
sent mail from of the United town of Palatka 'in Putnam County-or for such an -officio. the fit. Avgvttinet That
IIK. was his _father. Hcmdui, tau oUicu rough er by one part States to Tax Assessor and Collector City of the Ordinance
".m. iiul I be the I .tflceMVttffu another,the postage,of which is not fixed by :the provisions act of incorporation for said Town a* is usual End June 6. 1852. s. J,c. prohibiting bones sod cattle from going Ie large .

/ this lucks to federal eyes like sup" of this act,shall, uutess the same be entitled: customary in such cases. within the city of St. Augustine, be so cooctned as

lottiug bcott, at.t dou't look like tual to tube scut free of postage,.charged with letter post August, I 21st, 1852.TAIES. Probate Office 8& Johns Comity, to subject curb horses sad Cattle mCy witahv bere-
age. after described boundary to a fine,that aie band st
us. SEC.t 4. And le it farther enacted That if the : TAXES : : AUGUST 21st, 1851t large within the City six:'Within the City Games

of after WILL attend every day (Sundays All of color la the and the lot of the U.S. St.
RIGHT TUKP TJtH E utern Ialin yiublieher any periodical being three months I excepted) a NOTICE. persona residing South Fraods Barracks
To 5T(- r prrviontly notified that his publication In cot taken my Office in the court House until theist day of of St. Johns who are within the scope North and withid any part 'of the slyer on the Eat

giving air occout of the 'coiiiinenceiiM'til. ulKrUiiKwick out nf the office to which It is sent for delivery continue Oetoler next for rite purpose o* collecting the Bute of the subjoined Act of the General Assembly of aide, to any part of the Western shore of Maria v

on uedncMliiy, und ot Uenemi tc forward such publication in the mail the post at.d county taxes foi Iti52 Florida. are hereby notified that they must without Sanchez Creek ora.id City. '

1'ieice; UK one of be vihitur, rfii..rk. that +ltitiireMiic inflkter to whose office such publiTation ia sent may All unpaid taxes after let October' will be subject delay, comply with it* requirements in th. matter ofelecting Passed in Council May 17, 1852. '

) >n aide up>n abe M>blic iiih d Hint hIs u dispose bf the same for the postage, unless the publisher to levy,advertisement rale. Guardian; or they will each and all, in EMANUEL J. Ds MEDIGES

an Bcd mpIUhcd 'nu'mhln.ud Krholur: nd, u ua shall pay it and whenever any printed matter of R B. CANO:A SJterirTsnd ex- failure thereof be presented to the* next Grand Jury o Mayor Pro Tent.UHAS. .

, tliorougb
ing uU'Ut him rout atrt.cwwly., t *-al year,hall have remained in the office without St. Augustine Fla, 1 G. HUH PHREYS.Judge of Probate. thou Clerk of the Council. _

bring called for during the whole of any succeeding St Johns Co. 14th.Aogtut 1852; SECTION 1. Be it enacted ly tie "Senate and \

In a recent Untur to the Union democrats ol quarter'the postmaster at such office shall sell the MONROE CIRCUIT Haute of Sepreeniative the State of Florida in Ai n dlunnce ordinance to ahead Horses aaa and Or. t

)'j.illliNGettt'rol' Cut &y* :-"llie
  • Cattle
    11..1) with which I have li\rd, und inwni puarterly accocnts, under such regulations and after Rebeca. Barnett Compt. )( IwCHiCSKT.Richard the passage of this Act free negroes and free mulatloe the City of at vclug ABSHstl&e.at largo '

    Alaitbl J trust I thetl die, will tiiid urea UzJ Mich notice as the Post Office Deportmt! shall pre Barnett tl 1).fl.Bill for DiYoree. *over the age of twelve year shall be required to Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of
    scribe have guardian, who be selected the free 1
    may by
    1& oj their thHrnten
    asupportir; rincijilen.iid
    ,now on the verge ol three MI.uru years kilt 1 SEC. S. wind te It f other emoted, That if much Due proof having been made to roe that Richard negro or free mulatto and in case neb free negro or be the lawful City o/far St.the 4igine Msrsbsl., That i' shall also the
    ten snit of the second section of the act entitle "An act to Barnelt the defendant in the above cause resides out of free children shall be minor under the age of ten to report 1
    with nothing note to ank or tu reit hean modify and reduce the rate of postage in the Uo..teet'Z'ft.le tbe State of Florida to wit;in the state of Loosiana, years, it shall be lawful for the father or mother ; a* Mayor, tbe owner or keeper of any boar, mare.
    in the days ot youth and Lope and politculor and for other Is ordered the be, to choose guardian gelding, colt or male, aad also say eow.better*
    purposes, approved March it hereby that the said Richard 13a roe tt case may a for the
    txstiunExrtntATlorr' third eighteen hundred and fifty-one,a* relate to thportage e appear and plead answer or demur to this Bill filed in and In all case whatever the person bull the ox or of calf found running at large wUbia the I,
    or free circulation or transaction of newspapers said cause on or before the first Monday of December guardian shall go before tht judge of Probate Mme.1 City St. Angactioe ; contrary to the provi-

    or AT-otKEVs.--The fi.Um,';"" periodical and other printed matter, and all next or the same will be taken aa confessed against county in which he or she may reside and it ion* of an "Ordinance, prohibiting horse of sod

    racy tsxamtunlion of, a cundidHie fur ndutl e. other provision of law Inconsistent with toe provision* him! :Provided,that a copy of the order be published in the dory of the Judge of Probate; if he shall'be at- Cattle from" going at Urge within the dry St.

    lien to ,the bar taken hum a Western Law of this this idled a* tu the fitness of such to Augustine ,
    act are hereby repealed. / some public newspaper ot State for the apace of person gire a certificate Passed in Council February 7th 1862.
    Journal, and is decidedly a goud jut: Sec. 6. And kit/-rtJUr eMCttd, That when a three months before the said first Monday of Decem- under his seal of office, to the' person to E. J. de MEDXCE3. Mayor, Pro Tem. ,
    Thevexaminer comntence* wah- '"' list of uncatled-for-leUets shall be published ia any ber., : boea guardian. '

    ,_ *Do"ou sntoke nuV foreign language, said list laU He published la ouch August 3d. A. D..18S2. 8re.3.' .B* it farther ""t,".That all guardian I .Attest.CHAS. HAAGER.c. ,

    'I do aid' newspaper having the largest circulation within the JOS.B. LANCASTER Judge, of free negroes, or free mulattoes, tbafl have powerto __

    'H a cigar, range of delivery of said ottice. Southern Circuit State ot Florida. sue for and recover all such cam of money are JVottce.
    veyou* spare Approved August 30,1852. A true copy. or may hereafter be owing to such free negro or free
    'Yes.'air, (extendicg a abort six.) ------ J. M. BAKCXWXU..Clerk x. e o: mulatto, sod shall have the same control over such APPLICATION win be node to. tLa Gesersl

    Now, air, what is the lust duty of a,lawyerf CIJ.I'UlwtOB"4 Florida Line. free negroes,or free mulattoes, a* i* possessed by *at us lien eaioa for aa
    Notice. the charter of. tb Atlantic and
    guardian in other case I set amendatory *
    To collect lees.1 THE Sl'LENDID" NEW .once is hereby given that six..week after date, "Passed the House of Representative July 5th 1 Gulf Rf'Uffti com paa?.
    ., 'Ril t. What is the second!* 1.M I wilt"Ppl/ to the Hon.Judge of Probate, of Su 1848, passed the Senate Jnly 7th 1848. A pointed August J4, 1852. 3m.

    To fncretss tbe number ut bis clients.* FLORIDA', Johns County, for letter ot Administration oa tbe by the Governor, January 8th, 1848."
    CHARLES Estate ot Nicola S.nchex minor bite of aaid County 1'JOT.I
    When doe WJLLEY, COMMABDEB. a
    towards cleat l-
    four position your
    HEREBY GIVEN, to all Oedfera, Heirs,,
    change Ill ,NOW running regular* deceased. Valuable Land for >Sale IS Legatees, & other interested la the Estate of.

    Wbeo' m ikin.a bill or coati!* _,_ IT oa the Line between 8L Augustine 3d _1852.ALL BARTOLO. PONCE. HE anbscriber ofier for sale a tract of hind containing Henry Klonn Ut of du Johns County deceased,'\
    July, T
    y.. ll1II'J"t" II,1',' Charleston and the nJohn's t IQjOOd located in 6.
    'Iplai= OIl .acre Township that oa the expiration of six Months from the data I
    '\V. 'rtcn occupy tbe antagonistic p Jkition4 River. /Y taLGi R. 28 E. Dear six m Mred 'which emptSe into is i. hereof I will apply to the Court of Probates for the
    The following schedule hu been adopted which PERRONS Creditors Johns River three mile below Picolata,sod. known County of St. Johns aforesaid for s final settlemeut
    swuflao the character ol plaintiff, and beMBM a* Heir. Legatee
    shorts the boors of and departure from the
    bec ,defendant.* other having claim against the Estate of a* the "Hnerus Grant. of my account witheaid Estate, and a discharge sat
    t suit decided ration pons : N1COLAS SANCHEZ decd.,late of Su John Conn A small portion of said tract is composed of Ham admin ltrator thereof
    bow do stand with tbe
    IaJA you Leave Charleston Tuesday at 3 o'clockr. mock sod Swamp-the remainder is Pine hud with FRANCIS BRIDIE
    I deceased exhibit .
    ty are required to the cam ndaeu-
    mconductinp the other Leave Jar ksoaviUe Wednesday,at 3 a heavy growth of pine tree tbereoo.GERONDIO St. Augustine February 21st 1New .
    litMed by the oath of the within
    Cheek party two from
    by jowl.: aidel'I Leave Pkolata Wednesday, at 7 year HUERTA8.
    I the date hereof otherwise .
    they will be barred by law
    a..b.Sir rUJI promise &C'C"IIJIL'I. and all pene.'IDdt'bced to the said Estate Joly31 t,185a. Opening- Orange*, Lemons, Ap
    fls meat to your profession,and I wish you success. Leaves Pilatka Thunday, at 7 o'clock *.y. to make immediate are required PC.talOfO"Prunes, Pea Mats, assorted
    Now,are aware of the ;duty Leaves 'PlcaIIta" 10" MLeaves payment to'the subscriber Notice to Limit Creditors &c. Preserve, Confectionay, Beets Lkpon, &e.
    you you MAURICIO SANCHEZ,Admr. indebted to the Estate of Peter C. .
    Black CretkM 1"
    !, rot. ALLperson March 27 a E. CARR.
    Sept 25. 1852. late of St. John County deceased
    Describe Leave Jacksonville Friday,at 3 AJC.
    are requested to make payment without delay : And jVoticavOt f
    :1t 'i to dr>k.' The accommodationa for Passengers are a ism-pass TO LET. further notice Is given that all debt and demands, of
    I, .lOQ ed by any boat ever placed on the tit.J.'. Freight House and Kitchen on a lot said Estate be 1tJ lc is hereby give,that six weeks after date
    poao AdwelTng containing whatever nature against must exhibited
    J." I will the of Probate of St.Johns
    ( and Passage as low as by say other line. Any further of ground will be leased apply Judge
    Ca"i. Mretcaiag his beed)-There Is for the term within two year f om ibis dale; and all Creditor,
    ., ; for Letters AdmfaUstrstioa the Estate
    County oa
    no io information can be obtained by applying to either of twelve year*.-The premise are situated entitled distribution
    apce of tits kind OQ record on the books I I I on the Legatee and person to, ,who shall ot Nicola Ssacbes a minor late of said Coeaty de.
    of the undersigned ..Agent west side of the river
    ' J wans*,answer tbe question. 8u Sebastian and known as not present Weir claim sod demand within the said

    *f'- ,are riic$t. and ibe confidence with J, W I CALDWELL Charleston. Mrs. Hanhamc place, adjoining lot of Col. Humphreys. period will be forever barred. ceued.lAURICE HANCBES.
    a very desirable situation for keeping All basinet relating to said Estate will be transacted
    'ou mate '
    ) an Bs rtioa shown that 1 St. J. ftda 185Q-
    Augustine .
    you Jacksonville. .
    nilca sad sad
    ; cow poultry goon and for K. B. Gould. "
    bave' a gut en by my Attorney. Fq..
    Ja!Lthe "w auentivcl II." .e-I lake ibo i Ell filed, Pladu.f Far teams apply at tow office. ELIZABETH ZYLSTKA. Admr.St. I

    .nat',,, ndd I. will sign your certificate.'"" ept. 25,1852, dI June |9, tts52. Augustine July 17tb. 1852. 8wk TAX COLLECTORS at this Office.N, BLANK. DEEDS dot.

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    t-f. h)13) hle Dlr etory"r r For the county of'Marion,-the :on first Monday !in'"i "Tax Collector1 Salt. I =FOBflRteTOWL'ET-"tn'AB1uTYsECOR _

    .rJ Hotel..01.0!S.9.2.fI!84re tt'J1\.u.( "December.. -ti 1 _. ._, J. I L" power'veate3ux.me'-y'I Ian jTITlYvirtueTonKe ..t t% nooonoo-'Iti.
    uil soot north of the Metho'c. -' Forthe ccnndes of A lacna'aa Levy, on the second JL : ATTORNEYS'"A'T"LAW"AND SOLICITORS .
    ono before'
    e ,bqua' { shall expose for sale the' Conn housetheccly j "IiF.'D1Il7l' .'Lf > PE.'ti.
    Monday December: -
    .' d..tCh.rcy. : = : ,in ol tiu Angustite! on the first Monday ofj '. ,: t of ,
    For the Columbia the third Monday '
    JfoRfi'of county
    On Lane .
    Florid Motut. Treiuurj January, i853, the following described properly or NOT. '
    .. in December. ; Yr t\mlAl mm OF NEW YORK- 35 '.!
    ,. ft *1.
    H..PnblWSquare; much thereof the State l
    as will
    District Court St the so pay ,nndcomty J ,' 1t.t ET Accumulated Fund,NoOOO.Iecurerir *
    On.Charlotte !rod'Ba y.StreetafeW The U.S. at Augustine, on lue YLJEIDA.i J at,
    .alf'H.itl taxasand therron.
    w : ., the necessary expenses l, invested
    doors South Etstof the Public Square *. firstMoadarinApriL'TOIL' I'I I 11 I. A. FORWARD, i SIMON TOWLE Boodra. ton
    Treasury TRAVELLER'S GUIDE.. 3039 acres third, rate land, assess-d to Santo j real estate in thiseity end Brooklya '
    On Charlotte' Street Late, of S '* "
    .PtatdcrlJtlatet. 1 i' Augustine, Ea9t. Florjds.
    y t the ; ) 7ROUTES Rdi'rigure.being near Pun's Lake, and lying in sec of the State and City of New 'Yorjt' }
    t .. Lnnorthof[ the Public 8cpare.nnex, I FROST CHARLESTON- lion 45.township 12 south* range 2d. east. Dovrs'! ? ART -' States Government. "".
    Florida Home. i- < taxed and advertised for of fir UNION OFPBlLADELrfllAIncorporated
    na BOARDINGH0USE8.S.Miu 4 -r< .ij< ;v nou payment taxes This fund ia rapidly increasing by a v! .

    t." Ffi i 'IOn St. George street, a. few doors JVofltCAorbtfrn to3fw York. ;:'fiogdaUyat at the year 1851. Abo' assessed for 1852 as. per"Addi- Jbjr the Legislature of'jfrPcuuiiylvauin. ded and prosperous bu l1eu. .1 ; ;r, JljJ ,

    4.South of t.W:Court Horse and IJnblic Square. 31.2 .o'clock tr. x, By Steamer to Wilmington 180 tlonal List. .- -N" The CompaD1.d 1ared. diriJltdol" -

    t, ,G. N. Fieri.t. On,Bay ..tne r. corner: of Bay and milett-.-Railroad Weldon 162 rails To Petersbuf j I UiJess. taxes and, expenses are paid' ,before day, 0lale. FOR THE PROMOTION OF THE of ty-two percent on, all.,exisriaepofeic

    Garden Lana ToRichmood 22.- To. :Acquia Creek7Uv ,'lIfTS IIPDBlfiON 1J11' TIIB Janaary.1848. _*
    i DOCTORS. j jDoci. '. --by Steamer to Washington 5s.-r-By Railroad to r R. B. CAN'OVASherifflod ex oOicio'I' UNITLD STA T.ES. AIL I he, Profits are 4rid' ,

    t 'i. PJtr eJ*. Office at his Dwellin g Rouen Baltimore! 40.-To Philadelphia 92.-To New-York I Tax.Assetsor" Collectors.. c. ,tlac lusttrfHJU n. ,:*. .. t

    on Bridge Street. .' .. 1 *' 87. Total distance '771. miles.Time'60 boors Fare June 26, 1852. ? fFE-O.'r : R S. ( The premiums payable in cash 't
    IJod.JoI.",B. Peck. Office on St.' George Street, $20. .. : Tax Sale. H,rttwv C. C.1ut7-'Prtallnrl.. WILLUM D. Knur f annually.',.* or. qnarterly/ihtere8t beinz\\

    a few doors North of the Court House. ,.. ; I The "SoutherneV (Steamship)'leaves Charleston Cdlectot, '. Vice President,' EDWIKD P. ,IcrcniLt, 'Trialurer deferred payments ., t
    ,,-;:_ t DRUGGIST. f ; every tenth day after the 27th of April,o'clock r x. By virtue of the for po we: .seated in. me by law J E.'H. VTLEa.Recording. Secretary, .'I.'1 The cask cipfe..d'optid by this C
    60 hours. Fare Stnte 25. i expose sale before the Court House in tons to the for whose
    ( 'p Zylatr Chemist and Druggest, Charlotte Thro, in ( -lioom)1$ the GEOaoxWDEwxiCorrespvndiDgSec.00 pcrties benefit the tare
    C city of St. Augustine, on the first Monday of ,
    t 'Street. From Charleston 4flpAitC1Je Osprey -- -- effected the-whale of theidTnZi" .
    .. 41 leaves Charleston every other Saturday* at 4 o'clock, January, 1853, the follow'njt described property or MANAGERS : : subjecting then to the livery drawback
    I 1. f so much thereof will the State and
    in 60 hour. Fare as pay, county ,heed .
    | r.M.-through 820. premium notes.
    >' LAWYERS.E.B.ZtkJd. Jobu
    taxes and necessary due thoreon. sart:1in, Charles ToPPaotJames ,8;Wallace i
    AT- i From Charleston to Net-Orle R'. Leaving dailyai expenses Persons ma effect insurance '
    ,' C-nnaellor at Law-office on One Charles Macalesier i } ) aand
    Town E.
    Latin the of St. H.
    city Augustine owner Batfer..Uenry S.Patter
    I 10 o'clock 1. k. By S. C. Railroad Augusta, 136 the lives of olh A married
    "':tlleryLaneJi- unknown .situated 00'Marine ,M. D. Charles n. n oatacl
    son ,
    street adjoining Leland, William Le'wi. .
    miles. =By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By. cure the life,of her.husband the
    Councellor benefit
    a. A. Putnam. Attoraey nnd lot of J.V.. t Stews ; c
    and therrfrom Jowph
    Railroad leading directly n,b1. D., Edwin R. (W,
    ,Macon and Griffin 42. secured '
    I western to -ByStage'Jo by Ja Jor the exclusive ot t
    fi.omC8.PlColBa.t ;k. south lot of Francis' Sanchez dward 'f use
    .: 0y lake 35-By' Railroad to Montgomery to a P. returned by 1' Mitchell. John S. Hart,A M.. drefi.
    t iir"B'rr 'A ttorney anil Counsellor at Peter Benet Double tau and for James i
    rS.By.teametto Mobilj 331.-To New-Orleana I nonpayment ,. Clagborn.t .
    ; .
    u JIt'..-, &t1Jl1hlC ;1I.U-+ 127 of taxes for: n'IR49 '50,and,?5)*,Also l -- Clergymen and all others ,dependcjurics .
    ;; 1' .. 166. Total, distance, IJOQ6 miles. Time hours.Fare aseessed for 1852 af per"addit! nat Jiet.I Every. member,' for the Year" ''1851 y ,. are spf dally invite ro..vwi them .,

    .01 ,' j i ti; PUBLIC OFl'1CES.I $39,50., Unless taxes an( expenses are paid Before day f of ,\v Ul reenter/lurch Sabscriptiott of TIVB Portia+ source whereby iheiVsurvinngfainnesirom

    110 rot t'.IIl..GiE.Llimbcut, Post Master., Court ,From Charleston to ',,-Orleanaviz Savannah, nit, / -" ', a, print of. J the evils of penury. '

    [I : = PutnAm'' daily at 9' I..'x By Steamer to Savannah 140 miles R. B. Cr NOVA, sheriff and ex,off. IIUNTINGTON'S 1 "triIRlSTlANA AND I PamphJt'1a uplanD tory oflli princlpt'

    :\'. "Sur tgork.er.'r. Office. B. Av Sor- -B, Central Railroad to Macon> and Western hall Tux Assessor und CcIIec'.or. s. 1.c 1 CHILDREN TIE R Life Insurance, and illustrating n, sells

    ::1 General,on Hospital Streetcorner of Artillery road to BarnesYille 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.- June26,2852.a \ Elated oy JOSEPH forms ofnppllraiion.may obtained "t I
    \ I cneand Hospital Street "'. 'o By Railroad to Montgomery 65:-By Steamer to Mobile .AND TUB ANDRE JVS.Boston. the Company,35 1tialt at.;drbf any of ids I

    Land Otfc,.-ATV Noda; Register of rubUc 331. To New-Orleans 166.Total distance 1,032 Tax Collectors ale. .. ,: COMPANION, TRUSTEES ', '

    ,. Land*-offijce in the Court House. I.' mile Time. 77 hours. Fare $39.50.MISCELLANEOUS virtue of the vestrd; I A print of Huntingfoit ".l1ERCP DREALdlyA. ', J o, B Collins, David C Coldf., ,
    y io
    office In Court I TABLE; power me byelaw BJ"r H.RITCHIE, flewYork.. Win J r' t
    ThM. T BPleU: 3.eceherl 1 1i ; shill expose for sale before the <'0nrt Houstin ,I 'II Hyslop, Alfred Ftiarttdij rlI
    < r $ the choice of iwo of the fa '
    s any
    House.* & 'I Distances. FareTime.. the city of St. Augustine the of lowing B. ? ItCurr.Vm Ben. ,, I
    : < first Monday
    i '1 frige *f i Prelate. (0.Humphrey's, JddgO. officeintheCourfHouse. To Athens, 7a..; xs; 221 m. 87.95 20 h.'- Jan. 1853, the following described or so .. >Four Splendid Cngrnvlnj, Ered Winston, Joseph Bleat,'a," i
    t 1- ." toI t Chattanooga Tenn., 445 13,12 31' much thereof property T-I z : C W 1'"soar. Isaac U fltabOa
    I as will pay the State and County taxes 1 JoJUT J
    PterB.1Vum.,. Clerk Circuit Court; office in "Columba, S. C., ,,130 4,00..8 and the necessary expensed don 'thereon.50O .- Iv.NOX'S IXTCSVUW: WrTIlMiRT QlTZEX OF Johri p Yelv rlon. IInryV" :

    the'Court House. *, '' 4' :.. ,CamcleD,s;O., 142 4,00-, Sc.OTSP ildctl6y Letttztf+ngraved by Sart in. Theo I S Jgwitk. Wm MooreZebedee .f ,

    Rafael fl.Canora. Sheriffand Tar Collector,office Hamburg, S. C., 136 4/)0 8*, acres third rate land assessed' ,to thtt heirstfiebasUao RtTUANpJJcAX, P inttdq RthnmchLr.grarc d Stacy B C'olliHs, Cookr, '

    in the Court House. "DfetnphiatTeun., ,1'40' 28,00 .-, Espinostt, above the head of North River jbit 's'rtqill. f,: I Jolm II Swift, Jena Miller 1,

    Ctllectorl! Ciutomi Jbhn 11 Hansonoffice I Passengers for either of the above .ptaces leave loin; partly in section ,42, township 3, S.R.. 3.'MtRCt's DnsjuitP
    Planters H4tel. 4 ', ,. .. Charleston, daily, by $-.C. Railroad at JIO o'clock 29 range 2U cast,and *ection3!j township ouili,range : ved. by Kitfhiei .I.Ii S M Comer..tvo. 7tolxrt SI1111fe '5 ,

    Jnspecttd' 'f Cuttami. :Ora Howard, office in A.. X. east. Double taxed and dverli ed for non pay i 4,-CH ISTUKA.' A9D.BEK< CHILBHX,PatttUd bgllu n- GOUT M WU&Ins: 1auIra Cfuunbt"t .

    Howard.Buildings', Market square t .> ment pf taxes:for-1850and 1851. AJ'asdcesetl, tbi I: .'in'o". .Engraved bq ArulrcaAn r. John VLPruyn'rFred'AVhiulcsey .. Jodrt'h Tueke ,,
    N' 185<5 as per additional list.- **. : copy of the ,,, -
    v /. H. Erenton. Judge U, s. Court Northern I Valuable Land for Sale.'THE Uulets a I Ipii" 'J\10Sf. II GrJossm .

    '' District of Florida, office in the Court House n subscriber offers for sale a tract of land tau- sale 1 i taxes, and expenses are,paid'before, day o! lade!pli In Art Vision"Reporter, Chance Ily. {rot J Beak.
    G. B. Fairbtnkt. Clerk U. S.Court, office in i ir A monthly Jobrl'C '. '
    10.000 acres located in".Township 6. R. ru C.1ICOVA '8heriff oriel pornpblt.containing a report of 4he triinaactions'of Crugrr uJ KdgeneValierJoy Dye ;
    the Court House. 7 cx-off. the Institution i and \ 'i' '
    r R 28 E. near six mile-creek which empties to-fit. inforriralioaoji the ;afrancis8*
    Deputy Marshal George' I. Zehubaur, office in Johns River three mile below Ficolala, sod known Juno Tux tiH5 Assessor mid'iI" Xlluciur' s: r'. c. .nhjVct of the Fine Arts;t: t' sTUllOUGIiOUT AUit'd. Ertl, J'R.J O.Thatel fmey. '
    . the Court House. A > \f,4 ue :. THE F
    + t j; as the "IlBerUs Grant" WHOLE.WORLD. JOSEPH. COLL1N"( ;
    I .1J11S'rICES pF THE I'EACE.' j A'Unali portion said tract is composed-Ham # -nn ; Isaac ACBATT,. :5eeretar,.
    dad. H iub href8.-of5ce in the.Court House. | mock and. Swamp-the remainder is l'11e land w.th Grtlrclor't'.1'ak. .Thc'An Union of II ':uf'rphil1 awafifs prizes i in lh.cZ'T, Counerllor.Agent. .
    Geo. L.i i PiiUip", Notary Public-r-offtce on Bay a heavy growth of pine trees thereon. .' .<. By.it vinue'pf the power vested in me bylaw its own C'arti..catcs wnU{ which: ritual l lAuierirau G.1: li.ijll.th.. Faintsaxxs, tAu ;

    Street, a Utle North of the Market and next door, GERONDIO HUERTAS. expose for sale before th"Court Iloud in works 01"Art rtwy' be j-.ufcLat'eil in utht" ll.tlttt' ._ _
    npy part
    to. the Post office.' j I. .s 'Ij July 31st, l5i.Vollco .he' ri'YIIC M. Augustine onthex' fitst",MonJny in f ., rot th. ClIIIWn'all l lt-cloa ofmay I1icpelaou: wb"
    j CITY dFFICERSf :, 6i October 1852 the following described property, or obtajii n |iVl.ickaltes t""IH1f", .. @1f i1 m-
    i dfs,or- ad Humphrey. .. ', / to JLlmit Creditors Ac. so much thereof a?will pay the State and count y AaUll1itll'JisI.UnUlbn "
    t Laurence n4rfU,l A-LL" indebted the Estate taxes and the due thereon. ST. aUGUSTL E;
    i jI I j/ | persons to of Peter C. necessary rxrnsre j leer uffLe k t eli''g 1 jtI c last Il'Ctk .
    '1 yPaull1rna 'l XJHL ZyUtra, late, of' St. Johns 'County decease 150 third laiij nsscsseJ I' \ -
    7_ ; Aldermen. I'I ncrea rate to and G.J Jay err tort, f' '
    B. .i rfA&* Vfc09. I, requested to make payment without tlllY r"Aud CbrUc. the erery 1111I. j S1'sm14
    : heir
    half of
    ; cot one tract, the whole THE L'XRcirnvK
    t O.IJIMTEE I'
    F. / J f.: further is THE'ART f ;jt hl( uudcr"lIuc
    Quuaeq. \ 4 notice given that all debts and JiMiaitdd.of tract wudorjzinaily granted to C. and U. Clarki*,' U. I t ;; Thorough CUrkvf>the City Council,''Charles Haagtr, office whatever nature against said'Estate, mast lx 'exl: 'ibi- the other hnlf! w retbrncJ by JI r. Jacob Mickler south When UJ I (!H'tWUl atttsutt. U now r\\

    'rat the Council room., 1 1{ tcd.within two years f om this date; and all Creditors, of and bounding on Jlo ea'crank bran ln 'stciiou fn r'qut'sht.lCjIt'ct workfcof,;'iliouicLar ge reef f ptiou i,1., )FAJ11UIcuu: l

    L City Marshal" and'I' Clerk oj ,the.Marttt' F.'P. Legatees and persons entitled to distribution.who shall 46, township 9 south range 30 east., Double g axe tI FREE:> G:1LtI'lo ur coiii w n.-ua.n.: t'uraNt1'Inyi their f. TRANSiaNTAparlUKiUs._ 11 8.tI111pml'tS have) '
    Tcinin. nil present'their claims and demands wiihin the said and advertised for ram STRCGT, .
    taxes* for
    F. ', I PORT"'WARDENS.. period will be forever barred. 1849, '5il.; and l.h.u UcicatcJ for Ido2 years "or il/os lu-rsons.in Ilk country, who may life r r- -S .* t

    \ ; 1'; /, .C..ZyiUrrtf, Charles ) ,tr'. .10.: E. Pomaf.i I All business relating said Estate will be transacted aJJiticua1 iit. oa pcr' mote ftuiu UaL'rrica! ,or putjie! ci!..Litiou: ol the fits otir, Airy; Clean, nndflfotliiu .. "

    | i. .. by uiy Attorney. E. B. Gould. F qr.. i'.1l11 hi.* IIt!sw it.e1f. Iuruirltedhaudeo .t r
    '*1 Ah t'J ,
    AUCTIONEER. ELIZABETH ZYLSTUA, Admr. ? U'unlll1- : tr

    5eo.Center,F. P. Ferreira;*. .and J. A. Striacha.. St. Augustine, July 17lb. 1852. Swh"BY 15G norm Inn.l.t.ring one hnlf of a-::( acreirncturigiiully ?ulvripliohs of rn .uJ\'rshii'! J'siliL! be ..uaJaFi 111l" Jttntxf M writ knownI as being1in '

    ) tJt- rrantcd to C' aaJ G. Clo.kl".lhe other 15Utviufiird laity at prnctkaJjic! "o aj to ciiiiluiou.tH of. IJljh: }:\ >atc \\ilh 11 ttew i to

    ,., r- (%-+"+{ ,MERCHANTS . virtue ot ,the power vested in me by law 1 a. .r. oIf by C. Mier, all of which situated ii. .u.iy uunturrs of the '..Jfji.ircer.vliic. will IK* kltl ulnliutl.f fmiiUJx nHnlliers\ oc'in 1hcf [

    : nl ., Bonin tae & Howk Corner of St. Georgeand expose for sale before! the Court Horn?; on' .Maritnnr.n* river, l",.ing orclioa. 37. twwnplifp J* tw.rJYdul"Nl I.eo rY@rrpt v' tltt" -ucns'.)',. :U .UII). pnrloi hut[( .nf Wiutf, xvitlriftHUiw '
    Treasury Lane door at Mellonville on the first Monday of August south, range 30 east. Doulile taxi-J anJ ;tlJVt'rti2tLI Itjejcouiuiy.; canto

    ., arr"' *B. Ccrr. Wholesale and Retail dealer 1J 1"'trl
    of first quality Family Groceries of a!! kinds Lii i much thereof as wll pay the taxes due thereon the I AL-o a.-gcbsfd for lfd'-2a9Hr additiooal list. antttiptiuuortrtiuser: inuv Leiiuiile tu r1ii'nl'Z! Blind.- tt3ly'

    ,:iquon&a, Ho.S East .side Charlotte Street, Worth State of Florida and Uo-.nty n! Orange for the yca; UijK-ss taxc-j and expenses are paij before Jay of --GEUilLJt* ; DliU hY i Ilttl.tirh. "I"'lIi'l:* mi P.inzzii ProrHiiiuirtd S' 11
    tf the Public square. 11831, to "wit ; sax le. (?'''rrf N.nlin! Secretary" rV-vi. Pr"t. Cl Off from Rating W

    I.* / tiefrge J3urt. dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry 75O acres of Land in Tumbull swamp. baton,.- P. B. (Aj\OVA, ? icrifTcnJ ex officIo 210 ChiIOIlI. Utjrtt, rut.ttdeii,htt,. \\ iiu5s! ,&' ., lirntitlg. ar.fiilh'f'iicr.t cirahlc JtEtK.u1 0

    F. goods West side of Charlotte'. street, a few door i ing or supposed to belong to Wm G Foot returned TrlSarauri.nsC'u1lcttLsi J.(. 'jclzunld1.al'h.s I lit till MTISOIIS of the 's

    ' South of Treasury Lane. J by hjamin A I'utnaiu. JuncSC, l f 52.' \ ':1h.. I I Th' HtuiM! is siuiniffl liHMiiz SbatbiHiMiiori ,
    Seth M. iVakeaia*. Wholesale and Retail dealer Also 350 'telon 1T Y p'cnnLsiou of tl.e ilon. the Court of relate J nid retired front other n
    acres belonging or supposed to
    of Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the to Chariot T Gobert, returned by William A la r': An Cidliifince to erplatn certain parts if an Ur i of St. Ji>!iii9 COME I)', will! lie road t, ;t' tin1 C, u et Tirt- Nr.u,(; cintiiiiM15 IUo'lIl.with 1

    Ground floor of the City Hote)-Dry Goods Store, ward. dlnan-e prohibiting Horses and Cattle from go. Uou.-e iu ihe City *>f &t Augtisituc, tin .Mcnitiiy ih c fli trii'cr,, Umi.I1. S+,ttitJj a1outrw.a ', "

    Charlotte ![street, Howard' Building. 900 ing at large within the (Jily 'a f Hi. Augustine. 23 J day of August lf.W, nt fa M. tilt foifuwing!! ; real \I.Ili.ti.t's in I
    .. Nina $. tf N. Pinkhan. Dealers in Fancy Martin acres belonging"by or supposed to belong Be it Oidained by the' Matf and Alderman oj 1.z.lIllt-uf the 1 lilult- of the late Domiugu'Uti1H1 fit"I'UfI.'S..t d. SUIt
    Robert returned B A Putnam Jt.1 it
    .. Goods, &c opposite the Planters Hotel on East tile City tifV.. Augcsline, That the Ordinance CUtt"ll ; to wit : A faiL or parerul'gtotod \tith'.he !1 r Thf.'wt-rt' l fimicd Rrpuration tn .:,
    ,, side of Charlotte street. J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. u prolubiijug horses uuJ cattle iroiti going at large I buiiJing.i tit!: (In. ' 'l'tm Benet. Dealerin Groceries Provisions,&c. Jan 31st, 1852. within the of St. tine and Lot;nd..J! tVll, I
    tr na
    e corner of C and St. street. city Augustine to construed, 03 ws namely ; on the Wl"ill IVfpriuB",Mra: DAVIH nit>'t to "<" ,,,-
    na George to subject such horses and Cattle by George Aunt ou the'Not ih. lot of
    f im.y within hereafter ; dy ll.iriu.! fur the lil.cn! 'u'
    \ F..J. Watch maker and Jeweler 'O LARGE PLAIVTliKS. Pt.trul1n.fnturutt
    Qtincy. : on described bouuiiary to a fine, are found Alien ; on the : 1h.ly tut a.# Jniiu.- U.riJ'rrnllt'
    thai at turns her .
    ,George srreK[ nearly! opposite office of Dr. Peck. Valuable Tracts of Laud fur Sale. large within the City viz: 1VithiD the City Gated on the Farr, by lot of J"?'>h I'ocrKy S' tnur-wu'J ., 'tt JJ
    ;. I no N. *.. Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps, South lot contair.'hi i Tim Table Will be supplrcd wit 1- b
    HK subscriber as Agent oi the several own n and the lot apt'the U.S. St. Francis Harraeks ;, cue fcixtttuili, of au stir, mere or te> "
    I land Goods east ..ide'or Charlottee T I Gariief Ttirtfti )Fislr; Ducks _, a
    Oysters "
    A' ,111& Dry street, offers for sale some of the mos valuable lands North and within any part a[ the liveron he( Eastside Coutitioue: (atoh. ,. t1.'IIt"
    ,corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. in East Florida, to wit : to any part of the Western chore of Maria I ANTONrAIinClCOCKAdmrx. I 'nirkiysund Shell 1 tart, which_ at t

    Lavrtnci Andreu. Tailor' Charlotte street, 800 acres valuable,hammock land, West ofFle i- Sanchez C trek of raid City. St Augustine t July, 12. I Kivera nud Furusts abound. "'
    the F !
    near Utint.rt. ington.known as the Gibbs Lands in Marion Co., Passed ia Council May 17, Ib52. ,inoru Hunters, sportinjj, excfuaivtl,lt '

    John Boot maker, Charlotte street near 1100 acres near the Alachua Savanna known as MANtJEL J. DE MEDICE5; TO VOSTiUASTEUS.5 lluttse. ,
    ibe City Hfttel.Mkbselj '
    Nelligta-Cabiaet Maker, Charlotte. the Garey Grant. Mayor 1'ro Tern. POST OI I"l'E: .STAITIPS., !i UurC.al. ('nrringesl'ortita Goaf,
    1400 acres ib San Felasco Hammock near New- Attest Postmaster Euckt cBuut3furExeursiud&e. ;
    .tn-ft,be 16r Trnjperanee Hall. undersigned Pleasant Gro re ,", ;
    'John Me .er. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near nansville known as the Lawton Lands. t tuu..IJ.1Gu. Clerk'of the Council. THE Maryland, was the first person in r Very Kespcclfull : 1I
    the North Gate of the Several thousand acres good and in the Arre- the U. 8. who cbnceived, and undertook I I: PROP"
    City. dondo Grant.'I AIi ordinance to amend, an Or. exteudvely I i 2
    the idea: of all _
    i prohibiting lltoraeaatt d to publish, supplying} post pffices w lh "' 'k
    tt 'zowlia#' Jlltr Liquors and Refreshments, by 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Augustine C'atlle from foiug at large \ cheap stonipa. All vam pm alt by him are war< j lYe D.-II i. the wish of : II

    lt YrBridier I.,. otel.' E.t I, f ,bawd the Bulow Plantation hating 800 the City of at. AucnsUnc.1 Orented equal or superior to any othtr!} that can be' prictrt Unit IhcScrv uiua rI' b

    t "&Pkilip Gtmtx. Retailer Liquors, Refreshrnents, acres And of open land suitable for cane and cotton. Be H ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of procured at the nine price, and wbeitever any are to lliu UOIIM> Khould be t

    .,&e., Charlotte* street,;.opposite Bridier's Bowling navigable several waters.other bodies of hammock land on the City of -St. Augustine, That i' shall ulso sent out ,in any way defective or unaatislactorr d U. live.atod,obtlllu=. ,

    AUe,. !: ; I be lawful for the Martha plicales shall be forwarded, ou notice, with out \ .
    .1 .U -.... I. ', The titles are undoubted and terms low--Apply Mayor the City !, to report to the charge. All who order a vet of stamps WITU ceuw- CARMICHAEL -AND OSGU.tS," I

    4 1; STAGE OFFICE.. to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, I gelding,, colt owner mule or keeper also of any burst, mar, FOR DATES, at Two Dollar otjly-(fur thirty piul'Jf f i OICEDOING lUA.CDI1f&j;
    or and
    ;' 1 I OJtet if:t\tPicolata Moil&.,.. Bridier't City -Feb 28. IS)2 St. Angnstin",Florida. bull, ox or calf found running at any cow, heifer tithe shall be kept in stamps adlibitnm. fB 1 11 t: and"igo bavt' been .ppo..e

    HoteL f i I i Tax Collector Sale. City of St. Augustine ; large to within thrprovi.e Address "Post faster, PItasut, Grove AHcuhanv *.. ,M. of the owners of bis iovention.aod' ';
    contrary ,
    ; j I mend it to Contractors -
    I .IdBt' Companies or. ,
    fl sions of "Ordinance j.Co- f
    Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I i an prohibiting horses t ro .
    '. ; CHURCHES. B who arc about doing work of the follo, g 9 ,
    1 from going at large within the of ...
    expose for sale before the Court House city .
    'I B i Catholic Chunk. North aide MODumenI Augustine.'" *Yot'ce.APPLICATION I tion.viz: _.1 '.
    inthecity.of du Augustine on thefirst Monday of *
    1 Extensive drainage of S ,
    t ID1ps.lUa? "
    quare. I October the Passed[ Council February 7th, 1852. .will be made $ .
    next, following described property or so to the General As ,
    Epiteeptl Chxrch. South aide Plantation .
    Monnmentsq E. J. de gar. i zar
    much thereof will the State and MEDICES, Mayor Pro Tem. next session thereof
    as for
    pay .taxesand eh
    county a
    Plantation To
    p Pretbterici Chtarth. On t Building or_
    : St. li
    : .; George street, Attest \ ,
    Soathot ...e.. ., the necessary expenses due thereon to wit ter incorporating a company to construct a Railroad I- {, Opening Channel .wnyand rrraoTinj Bt > ;
    4 #
    Mtthodiil- Epittcpal Chxrth. fit. George 408, acres being six parts of a tract of land assessed CHAS. HAAGERc. c. aero** tIle Peninsula of Florida. tinder the style mouth or Riven and Harbors. ."
    atleet"Af&r to Ynes Gomez lying on or near the St. I' of the Florida Railroad company.. -
    u, _\ the Magnolia. House JYotice. .. ,'. I Making Canals through Swnmp3matsh1 .
    4-n.- .4 Johns haver being in Township 6 South Range 27 August Hih, 1852 : H 3m. f grcund.Detpeninjr. :. '
    TERMS couai\ East 8 ct1.a. 10 of private surveys one seventh part A PPLICATION will be made to the General '
    OF EABTEaN water around Wharves sad lrsestr'
    CIRCUIT. consisting of 83 is teturned ilL of Florida ADAMS CO'S-: :,
    acres by Philip Gomez Assembly at its next session for a D & "
    .i }! OF FLORIDA.i Keeping pen channeLway through LakeJ s! ,
    Double taxed and act of the
    I advertised for non payment of amendatory charter of the Atlantic and I
    cnuBa! nu taxes for yean, 1850 and '51. Also assessed for Gulf Railroad company i JUkr ix is_ vets; removing Rafts or sunkn Log teON1Roots 1 s
    the Counties of aillelon1i11e of Trees r'i
    For Orange and 81 Lode 1852 as per"Additional List. August 14, U52. it ,rtc.Topeions '71 t
    on; the first Tuesday in and 3m. desirous of 1 t
    April, on the Unless taxes and before improving waste s .
    thirdTn '.". before the first .Monday in Novem- sale. expenses are paid' day ltOTICE. .. drainage this machin can be be rtcommalfl :

    1 rr, ia each and every year. R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and eu off. IS HEREBY GIVEN to .U Cfe itors.,Heir only one adapted to all the purpose i De rJ, I

    .Forthe C taty of Putnam,at Pilalka,second Tues- Tax Assessor and! Collector- Legatees, & others interested in the Estate vi ; I To.those who are building or rep ,.ci" 1
    i.e. ,
    .Ju.APriL July,3J 1852. ,Henry Klonne late of dt. Johns County deceased HEW. YORK! drains it, ,wl.be found of.hmm 1hIe value. sg!"

    Y; : For e-c 1 aaty, of Marion tat Ocala, fourth Monday o .that on_ .the. ..expiration. of_ six u Months from the d,;t; oeepen me taoat,aodat. the same time.aDIJP. t
    'jrfApril : Tooth Powder nereot,a will apply to the Court of Probates bankment or levee. >
    dec.P for the fl' "
    t or the oocntieaof Araehna and Levy at New- County SU John, OltLE4.itSar- This machine is t 1
    I r. Cleve laud'. 'Tooth Powder, Englirh aforesaid for a final settlemeut used with either borne tit

    niasrille, first Monday in May. Toothbrushes', Cologne Water, French soap of my accounts with said t:8tate, and a discharge a, -. power which can be Increased to any ext.1
    For the Coaaty of Columbia, at Alligator, on the Camphor Soap, Honey Soap assorted Perfumest administrator thereof. .' V cfflcfisr- "* They are now in sttattssful operation la aflj! .

    eeo id Mon4 y ef Hay. Philieome Oil Bean Oil,toilet Powder,fine Sponge FRANCiS BRIDIER Admf. 16,18&19 Wall st. New-York.. :he country and may be teen at Charlestoai& *2

    '" Wednesday For,the count/of:before the Nassau'fourth, at Monday Nassau C. H.,On the Hair .Dr>, Eoee Water, .Military; Shaving 60ap' I St. Augustine- February 21st 1852. .. :')'Main st.. Hartford, Ct. .' ohna ; NaT Yard Pensocolaj and"oatteCaW, I 1

    May. tween i
    For the Dual Straps, Brushes, Roger's Perrumary, Jockey Clubb'&c. 5( Stale st., New IIart> c} \ Ca1Yft1on'and San Louis .
    at JackaontilJe Opeolu.-oraage.
    count'pf on the Also, ,an assortment of Roger's & Worten.horn's I Now Lemon..Ap- nt > application ,to ft S. dECOR Esq:,oariit
    .unh Monday rf$ May, P.taLot'. Prunes WallultimoresL, Baliimore.v ,
    ; Pea !Vats, i at Mobile for t
    s Cutlery, Fancy note and Bath letter allOtted State of ndr
    For the 8U JoHnX ai l'st Augustine Preserves, Confectionsy Pennsylvania Av., Washington.
    retail by B E Segars.Liquors & drawing of tha machine with !
    at CARR. be
    caD sera
    on the second' Ideada',in June.s Nor 29 March 27 u. M:. CARR. 7 Fourteenth at., Richmond, ,Va. M to.the cost etc: ;.fI',

    r t \ F1U riSK.FortheecMtks ) N 84 Wnshington stn Boats n. .>- ,r'i }uly.l2,1dSi. :
    OrangQ and 8u tuck. Tuetd TO LET.dwei'ng Abffce. 72 Camp a:., New Orleans. SECOiINp'::
    y : GILBERT &
    before the firstMbndaT of NoTember.l'Forthe is hereby given,that six .
    , House and Kitchen on a lot containing Mollcp weeks after date ,.
    county of Putnam at riIatb', 1M A of be' I f apply to the Judge of Probate of Sehr. Florida now discbarginjf '
    tKt ODd two acres ground, will leased for the term St. John Billiard Tnblo nud Tau ; Bi. f
    '1 [IWCMt./, !eiorehe fint fonda, y. November. of twelve ''yeurs.-r-The premises are situated the''' County ; for Letters of'Administration on the Estate T the Magnolia Retreat Pig Al e; r d,Crn kers.Fott.UamiBtc> ,

    a For-No1'the mW.county of St.Johnon. the tin' Monday I west side of the river St. Sebastian and known on as j'I ', ceased.ol Nicolas Ranches a minor late of said. County df- :day and Bnnfnc. open throu' ghost. the der with a full assortment' of artke.'p.!

    via For the of Nassau ''I Mn.Hsnhams place, adjoining.Iot of Col. Humphrvys. t I Nov 29 no48tf MIRANDA. I y keptnl the lowest price*'by .
    county Thursday MAURICE -.f-
    -tore the It' is a very desirable situation for keeping BANCHES.

    *third Mot 4iyofNove ker. : mUch cows and poultry,and good>and for' a ran'en.I St.Augutine June,26th.18r2. MectlnffiePriTate Oil.&cTslloir, Cttidlri,
    Fe>Fertheconnty ,ppralonthe M. Public Rooms,Strin. Candles J pg,
    ndarof '
    .,.' NMPmtirL i I For terms apply at. .titfs pJScf ,- .. .' m.AX COLLECTORS BLANK for temporary- 1lrpote., Sptrm. Brown, fiosp, _
    '''' June 19,1653.- !, DEEDS, for readiness at the..Magnolia always ia ,Adamantine. Ca ndlee Starch ''Wiii I .J.rJlllct.
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