The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00106
 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 9, 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: UF00048575:00106

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: wrong iu pursuit of tbe rubber, and would be impossible. was observed: bringing home'
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tNI\Z"V1.EBY: SATURDAY.! hill .- Mr. fit.
nheep. beinjf somewhat
lti4'8rB1UTY. : trying Outwit the his surpMned at this du
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AT TWO ABVAJICE.aCT he hadietrthc jtotikey'Butrio'! it wailful horse 'orcart would be successful'wTiliourio- e Jf.d..I1J lu'- - i +

AjDVWTttiixurTS will be inserted OssDOLU.K ; of ours thenSheep. and{ d f key both were stolen tal abanJonmenl.of all '.. ,: ,(tu,, freJ1iT1 I she appruncim the >::oed quJtVni,'.ben --"I. z;; ";
If thCTtjaggng* equip
> per eqeareof J8 Ifyes i .wr under; forth* first men wotjld only pluck the sweets. > from him. bad and perp ezedhe' sat down lD\JnlDnd booty. Onu of the iw. adventurers heron tu her, nnil gently) drew her from it. ,

Medium, and 8JZTxFrratttlrrsfor: tnrbsabse- Which cluster on life's JJnreni-, I lo reflect, nnd to grieve over bis lose ; but proposed to do nwny with the dug by Air. M. then secured Iu dog, rtihch l kept strug,
If each onto his neighbor said soon be heard the wailing of some- in dis gling; nod growling, while the
H qatot iasrrtiof, A deduction,will) be made for aoI < summary measure, but that ,plan was speed servant went audc.r '
/\ Let oJ our anger smother, tress. He listened..for'a moment, and tbe sound ily abandoned. The other, flnailv 8'ed the bed, where she found seven penro halfprnny .
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I! before; I And, look with pitying r' .f.eyes nPon became more audible.' that the basket of ti-+h should be Jell behind lundm i a bu! of cloth! ; but from that limn
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any one more should
girl and
The frailties of brotbt they make 'a hop and was free
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j inaertionutS1e by a regular'customer. By referring i miserable than 1 J' jump for the cart, where once establUlutl quent 11 oSstr u,l to hide the 'money in a cor

I to oar terms, the requisite sun may be ascerUlbxftna What if we differ1 la oar fakh Bit the cry of anguish became louder and tney could ossify defend themselves from tbe ncr uJ'n s.iw-tilt' under the dust.
with the tdrrrtlaetnenl. still louder. He hastened lo the place whence canine When Mr. M bus if he
; transmitted enemy. the other he company desired the
It will not: the right ;! man swore
, prore dog
>'1r..Adtenilementi: not marked with the num. If if proceeded, and there beheld a man weeping would rather give up. his head than his inn. see anyone of the gentlemen home, he
.angry w rda come to *>nr lips,, a* though there was no comlort for him. At will walk with hirrHlll he
length this lust his home and
bet of inaritioDi required will be continued until went '
I And we fall to and fight;.. ;i 'What is this, my triend,; aUld he. 'How are into the bushes to cut u lung pole, wherewith then ictu *n 'lo his uiast f'*, how great soever

1 AirbiJ and charged for. No. DO, but it would ratner be i you nfflicted 14' to stir up the .frrocioti unim'tl. The other the distttce may be.-[Scotch :Paper.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors, 07 00, 'At8iTr said the 'I -
: t. Rjrjpoachjunto! our same,. rAnd ? man, nm ruined forever: expeditionist tied a bunting-knife' to A fi llIng. "RIs -
Application for Letter*of AdminUtration- ;,500; .' bring the Christian cause, .'Ruined t' said herbow. are you ruined t' : rod, and approached ho horltt .a Dead with a me' mamma, dp Kiss me 1
IT AU relijioiu ootlcea will be inaerteil (jratuiAH The burnt brand shame cUmU'io this veil for a draught of water,' design of cutting the rbpe and toning the can t go to sl 2p." ..
fit ; .. ho replied'and while.1 drank, 1 let drop a cost* free, lu The child who
"" '.l', to > L( < I f pony order to divert the doit's attention was so sensitive, BO like that
ly gem, and it lies beneath the water. he pointed i Hi! the brush little shrinking plant, that
What which inadvertently in curs at a breath
thong the coat may ,
bills for Job 'must be wear Ii that all I'
.a Printing, paid on : said lie.,1b the precise direction where and shut i:-* heart from the *
hi light.
the aYlirenr of the wprk. I' Be ragged railed and: torn; t! .. ,' ,exclaimed the other, lit is of great beta disappeared-and'shood!' nn<* the companion dog lo The only beauties she possessed, were on

t All letters bawneas and commonicationa And we are'peeled by the world worthSo / attack and invisible exceedingly irai: .
17 on : enemy. The, dog rushed parrnt: ;skin, and the must
nook b*"'rorr riro to nears attrnuon. .;..- As oslo who's humbly born; !it mnV' be/ said the honest man ; but 1 in the direction pointed out; thu other man just mournful f, inrgeblue eyes. I

lf : t Yet should rye not retaliate hove, .,lost.. my', khwfp. and .donkey. which I was then emerged, from Ihu bush: the doe caught I I had born i ramrd bv n very stern, strict,
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n unwillingly about to sell at the next-market I bun concienifous mother{ I
But take them by the hand, I not exactly in the small part orlhe- k: I -bul I uasa hardy plant,
\:Ir Ordinance In ndditioti lo nu '- And show that noble, deeds: town, thut i might pay off some pressing &:ebtl ; Jor the middle' of the thigh either. A deipe. rebounding ni'.c-r' every MKH---. Misiorlune'
generous ,
Ordlimuco relating'10 the Police yet I do nut bewail ,ny '08:1.' rate but brief struggle could not daunt though discipline;
'tumed.ond lamed
of the CUT of M.ftUAtiBttRtliitt., .'. Not clothing. ,, ,.makes. the man. : What's that loss/ ,replied the other, 'conv slant thu untoriuiiaiu fisherman exclaimed in un m- I fancied ohm; that 1 must' go through me.the

Jit it trdalntdly tie Mayor and Aldeimcnt.jfie i pared !to my hiss of a gem worth thousand of but we will not say u lmt ho rxclaimec. It same routine viih hats delicate ('rt-otuIPIU
ity of St. Auguiline, That if any person or When an;r1;;words rise to our Jip.i iWe ducats, and without which it would only cost was well bur him, biiwtvcr. that Lu had u coat one day ,. when she lad displeased me exceedmgly. -,

Itrrsoas.hall coimultor cause to be cotuiniltedorMi'tl shouldlrora; them refrain, : my. file to return to the king my inaMer, who Ihe tails ot which were nut over uhort. I by repeating nn oflence! l was dtertnincd -

0 tie coBceined' iu committing any trespass upon And ponder well before we give : hi n! me with it us u gUt to a royal Inetid be- Strange us it may seem, this ludicrous af to punish her severely. I was ;
any lutfgnrd'en, grove or pfsntsuoa wilbin the city An erring brother, pain; '. ) and the bens.' fair ended iu our friend b ing obliged In give tcrcus all ,my, and upon sending her to her ,

of I'lsnts tit. Aueustine vines or vegetables or upon any growing fruit in trees any, shrubbery such lot, Remembering what the spirit says, it ?'Why' asked do the you not go in the water and recover up all hope of going home in ihu carl, and to ish.Il11lccOUCh, 1 said,'now,' my daughter, to pun

ctrtlrn, gn-ve or plantation, or shall be concerned in ': From out its ,home in heaven' : \ \lu1lI' said iit.in.ihu return on foot through the deep l sand and you and show ynu htw very, VEnT naugh
other. 'I cun not swim ; I broiling sun, burlhened with all ty ) uu have been, I shall kiss
the not
tiahiu' to-
.t.iroying or earr'julwI' any' fruit, vegetable or That they who.ne'r here forgi'ie. t would only drown.. nighi.' you
Stt )( per-
May never forgiven f Then 1 wit go down for said the ', :ish. -The bhe: stood
out! (if Gee, aalloa coovictioj, for each ofiVp.rlie. .._ _. you, goud dog remained matter of the field, looking at mr, astonishment perkonitied -
---- honest I II
sub l'\t to a fine of not,exceeding ten dollsrsnee, man. I ami his master, thc carpenter, had to go alter -with her threat mournful eyes wide 1
theturu of prosecution; aud.fakave! be or the and LItE .!TO ELLA. j 'Will you I' cxclaimfd the other, 'Do so nnd 1 I[i him in order to bring back the mustang and open. I supposed she had forgotten her mis' '

brfiiiblcto whipping not exceeding ten stripes,bull \-. ,!I I here uru four golden pucks fur ) our puinsmoru i i lUlU cart. conduct till then; and I 'left her, with the big

t ie tike co,&ta. And in every cave of cwnvictio and oat rTtal( ?OK A rJUEfD. than the sum ot till >, our losses ; and if j I i: Header: singular as it mac seem, thin; queer tears dropping; down her cheeks, and her littju {

oiler vlintl stand commuted 'until) the fine or the I .,' 1.i. l- q i you regain my treasure, I shall forever owe story is'u uua l .le. red liys uivcriuK.. --.- .
:. MtTC W imtirfiedxnd pew ,," .S'.S& .Lthe t Bring *A'P'- ** you my raliludt.:.' : I I I Pieseinlyl! was sent for. "
'fa fsrtk,..rdlihtl. Ynai It vltall not 'bt"f..iJ. ;!!'', .. th sunsmne' i on our way, | Tnu'uonvkt rain rc.cicvcd the :pieces of gold A Wouderful Dog 'Oh! mamma, you wiUrkMS me; I can't go lo

4'r. any uterclianuor: !U.jp-ke per of oilier paw. We launched,our little bark, Ella, l J mil placed,, thciii iu his pocket, ,nd"'(lieu tuuk'!I Mr M'lntire patent inauglo .ufacturer: sleep if you doii't.* ahu -sobbodovery.tone? ,

iu ]) qir'. sture, or Jit>p .,e -of any gouda, rlnttela: ''In Luve's enchanting! buys] i tiff his clothes acid dcACuiuletl mtu the vvaicr.- Regent Bridge, Edinburgh, hUll u dog ut the of her voice Act-muling, and she held out her
w or im.chiadue on the SabUutli; day or birter 1 Dill alter u long ai.d eurclul seaicli he! came \I' Newfoundland breed, crossed with some other, little boud.*."

or. ,11 the same, shall: on conviction lie fined in the The, spring, time of our life, Ella, JIs i J- out ol ihu \\'clllu usk the utra tier on which I named Uaudif. whose sngauum qua.ificaiions Now came tbo struggle! between Igvc and
.UIQ of ten dollar for every such offence,, lowlier .I( side the had Skiing \hcnlu' Ac are truly and almost incredible. *
gem teas astonishing what I
now 'forever gone falsely termed
of prosecuting! the hulf of gone : duty. BIy heart said
to is same, one I I 1
", fine tdisUlie pe'4ia tbvipersoa itxTunutng But yet 0 deli jU\/ wife, Ella, !f fOur .,nil the I poor countryinuti* \tllh'ut.IIIU.cp When Mr..M. i* in company, how numerous give her the .kiss of peace; my stern nature
'Itlhe 01 dunkcy. or clolit ng-there all alone by tliu s'I(: 'cr it may be, if he but nay to the dog-'- urged me iu persist iu
: the! vanv. hearts beat still as one. i| Dandie my correction, that t i
Jurfktt ord ilml. That it hall not be law.i I j brink otu deep well-lId me rouber' were I bring me my hat. he uumecJialel) might imprcMi the fault upon her mind. That

rot< (this any pel BO a. ly huuelf.servant or agent, to Age hath not bleached: our locks as yet I ill faraway, wits UK trupbie ot thtlr'arlful pick out the hat from all the others, and putt wa the way I hnd been trained, till I wait a f
rojuery.A It m his master' hand A pack of card being moat submissive
slave vinous child
ai\.H'lI or to any n"y 1! ; and I remembered how
ousts! intoxicating liquor! without an express licenoeiu deep the brow, f 1( mattered in tho loom, u ins master has often I had thanked my mother, since tor her
Anting{ ; fnw. the pawn Iwviag4be control of said We It'ayebt Pan with no regret, i Dog, Uor,et' uud Ji.il St! jry. previously selected out ol them, tae dog will straight-furtvard cuur u. ,

vifcve vr slsves under Uw tpenalty,of twenty dollnrs With us 'tis summer now. 'I i ii Two Ir/cndsol ours, staying a week or so find it out and brimg; it lo him. I knelt her bedside.
>fiencewith the costs, and the i i' i j at one of the t One evening, some gentlemen in by 'Mother can't kiss
lot "nc ,fipd every } J j Ir watenng-plu :ell.UII. the Gulf, } being company you, Ellen/ J whispered I
ih ruin\ riisll I be,entitkd to ibj one half of tujd.penalty'anu Tbe buds and blossoms of our Ion;. .- were ticcubioined daily tu ore ut an early. hour, ono ot them accidentally dropped. | u sail- choked me. Her band touched though every word '

./ if the pewuaur persons so..oflt-udiiig shall So roeyyuuo IDdf fair f | ;j' .and hulk, Uliing implement m 'hand, to u ling oti Ihu,dour, which after the most careful very{ hot, but I attributed, u lo her mine; it was -
14 a f&n>shopkeeper. hit or their said'. license ** Freterved liayou,' about u mile In tile rear ut Ihu hotel. search could nut be found. Mr. .A, seeing his Shu excitement.
to us Him above, turned her little
ehaflbcrceuted' / ti py | i ; .grieving f.tcu to the wall
.... f Once tneru, being e.xjwrt atulerx, they committed dog sitting in the turner, and lookuu u* if I blamed
blt 1d. myself the
1'lre above'ordinance will b. amcty! enforced d features' wear. { as fragile form shook
f' mucii duvustatMU unconscious ail'Wtnat\
the rdnks quite was said
anmng ut passing
with hult- sobs
Fatted' in Council Jane 9 1st 1832. surpressed and saying, mother
i toe tribe.Thy him"Dandle find the
tinny to u* shilling and
J : p.C. ZYLSTRA, JJtI, r. Domestic JOYS irih years increase, you hopes her little Ellen will learn tu mind her i
walk the shall have biscuit. The
,Attest,tea ts. KAGIK.: 1 An/1 hours; beguile r s through piney- woods to the u doc immediately- after this, led the room for the night.. i
weary ; : \I trout ana perch-stored tro.uu wa* cool and jumped upon a table, and laid down tiiewtul- II might have been boat twelve when I
pleusuiil enough; at live o'clock iu the ling, which he had previously picked up without was.
k'erer' morning awakened
CUR. JOSEPH HENRY, 14 days from Dattitnore. ; by my nurse. Apprehensive, I ran
4 )0 bib Hour, 3000 bush Corn, 4U bales t.o I out the return trip. on to-ji, by eight or ten having been perceived.One eagerly to lilt child's chamber i had .had,afearful
JlI 3U bags Coffee, 10 hhda augiir. 40 bile Lard, u'cllKlcVnl ucknortUd;:fd l to bu less u/reea- time having been hell in a rooom in the dream.
35 ,Kegs utter, 40 bUs Potatoes, iii! bits Apples, & Our oujpjripfil twine arpnnd the heart:, ble a* It *"a* warnuT ami more l fatiguing. It house ol Mrs. Thomas, liigh-street, be remained Ellen did not know the

Cs.. were. 100 \\j4 OaUk b cnfck* of llacou 40 I As viaes cling to the tree ; will easily be illumined, then that at fie last quiet for n considerable time; but a* no one crimsoned horn the me; was' sitting up, k
O God J when lulling expedition our friends ripened the door, he hccaum and forehead to the throat her
bib Uraektra', mtt.kffslians, !1W boxes Tobacco, 3 : may ikry, ice depart made which impatient rung
hbdado.ni blU MoMsrs,50 m boxes Soap., 1} cook A f ather Gig ia Thee. took place a low day since, thu suggestion me b lInnd when the servant opened the door, eyes so bright taut 1 aliuo drew buck aghast.

Ollwioes "faetfl? lS; la.ket, 'ClaUi gtie, 10brixes 1 .:.:.. :;..;: proHcied by' unu ot them that they vhoulduorrov vhe Wits urprised to liud the dug pulling tilt at Ihtlrghlllct:1I. .
Cider. If1 chetiti ..ea. 10 doi. Bfooiiw I. 1 0 net Three Wolves stud a L.auil the onehtrse{ ; cur: of a carpenter, who bell-rupr.. Since that period, which was the Voin that night. a raging fever drank up

Tubs' ,'5 folios Of isq.'., 5 boxes Lcniona,, 10 lark f lived near bye and who wa un acquaintance first time he was observed lu do U, he pulls the her Hie; and what think > ou was Ihu incessant

Rice', 3'Crates,';15 boxr>> Starch, 400 b.I.f'.lo AN ITALICS &TO&Y.. ; oi tneir, wttsaptedi1S' accepted nnd put in ex bell whenever be i ill desiredand what appears plaint poured into my uIIJCubhe heari?-"Oh, i

March6183. : B. ti. CARR. ..;.- j ccutiJn. The curl utlr! had no objection; tee still morn remarkable; it there is no ben-roue kiss me, mother-do km me-I 'anl go to

i Three rsiblN.T8' were :wnfkine by that road curt wus prepared the little Creole mustang in the room; nu will examine the table, and itho blei-p. 1 wixi't bu naughty if you'll only, kid

THE WORLD AS IT PAScES. si hlu utiu evening, tiller; o tluy ut nrutiiless utix> wa harnessed. and our iriend jumped into llnds u baud bell, lie'takes it in his runoffssad IIII!. Out kiss"tue, dcur ruannua, !can't go ta
slut d'
___ w tuiv. t,1: IJt'aI'8 the vehicle utiii ittttkd ott for the ll&hing rings it. JI {i

MORRIS &WILLIS'S. pityaiJ OIK; of them Shut we can ground in high spirit Knowing hat they Mr. M. having) one evening supped with a Holy lilllo ongcll she did gn In sleep one.

f0ME'JOV1t.iAh KHS 1S53, du uo better Ituui thi\ hUll uuwtlltng: lu let would be able to bring back more halt than trieud, on his return home, a* it wa rather grey morning,and she never woke again-

'4' FAMILY NEWbPAl'EK.17'llLTsUKil | a tiny ptics without some guiu.' ULftUul, they took with then, a large, stoutcliutupaftuu late, be found all the family iu bed. lle.couldnut never.-Her band was locked in mine, and ,

''WCSKt.tl AT'T\VU DO&.L.UttI'fu.: I ,Hun's is a chance! ,*.lnlld another : *nd n s : basket, which they designed tilling find his boot jock iu the place where a my veins grew icy with its gradual chtll.e .-

they looked up they into on the brow ;Jol'tUe to- the bow wublne scaly vic'im. of the i usual lay, uor could he find U anywhere in th Family the light faded out in, her beautiful

tR'Hate KTOBCK or TB* Jf w'tERIR1 'WILL rx1S bill bclura tbvm, .a sun riding on a donkey, book and line. Away they rattled, then as we room after tae strictest search. Uo then said eyes-whiter and whiter grew the tremulous

.CID OB TilE flits OF JAUCAXT KIXT.TBI mid, b> a Etritix !Jeadjlig: a vbeep wilb :!a bell I said beforehand quietly but ploddingly followed to bis dog-" a'ndle,1 cannot find my bout-jack lips. Sou never knew nit;' but with her last

........ I attached to U* IIUCK.I : t them a Huge mongrel dog, belonging lathe search tOr n." Tue laitblul auuual, quite I breath she whispered will be good,it you'll

Ifome Josrttft baa now become' universal.Tberarefew : will sisal tbut' b'g p/ said ibe Urst'of' -the carpenter. By that dog, hang*a tine jciisioleuf what had been said tu bum, crutcbed only; kiss-me.' *

famikaai cultivated habits-(few vftbosewbo robber I ;' Arrived near ihu bayou the fishermen ut the room door, which liis_muster opened ,Kiss her God knows how passionate; but

ek-to enliven and make home the mostIntiHigent Yuu! can not,' said |the second ; 'do you' not jumped out, tied ,the mustang to a sapling, Dandle proceeded to a distant part ail tbebouseoind unavailing, were my kisses upon bee check

and attractive pbwr who do. pot now perceive the curd uud the} bell VI : gathered together their tishiag-rods, lines, bun, sown returned,carrying in his mouth after that fatal night. God know* bow wild

receive it. It ia read we ,believe wherever run the nee them,' aid the I rld. 'but they present cimtnpagne. basket, spiritual unJ other rep Usehave i Loot-jack which Mr M. now recollected to were mv prayers t"at she might krujw, if but

gold threads of wntstk UppiD\"IIIDd true moral no obtitucle tome. l' steal the; sht-fp.' ,Ircshinvnis, BId adjourned to' the bank for pis- tell that morning under. lut i once drat I kissed*her. God knows bow 1

, rruoftaent which are woven so thickly into the 'It' yuu do,' said the .act nd. 'I'" steal the catoclal operation The dog curled himselfup A number of gentlemen, well acquainted would have yielded up ny very fife, could 1

i, stronger and coarser web of our country' industry donkey: : I und' r ttm cart and went lo sleep, the mustaugslept with Daudie, are daily in the habit 01 giving biivuMskrd furgivr.Pits ut that sweet ci.iUl.VVellisgrief .
sea energetic prosperity. The Home J Journal is the 'Wiittt !' Ibid the Ihit ,'aleal a mau4 donkey without curling himself up. him peony,whicu fu takes loa baker' mop, { ; is ail unavailing nour. Abe lira

speaker,10 JiM:,hearts of tHn boey nation ifi ih?,hoursgtvJi f.oin under bun I Yu! .cnn om.' :; Alter u couple of hour of pleasant: and and jiurchaj bread himself.: Out ot these iu her little numb, ib'iru i* u uarblc urn n

happJoeif aad rejajtation', > Ceatl'estas" 'You will SIKH know butter,*wild the second. diligent labor, the champagne bosket was tillIcd gentlemen, uhu lives in Jameh' Jsquare, Wrueupassing her head, and a ru** bush at her leeifafu ,
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.. Lad a lbV lonie Journal ia one* pi whkh the re* ,'1: you "u.' said Ihri ttxird;L'il steal all the ulld, the two confederates prepared to decamp. some!line ugo, was uccositu: by J"U'I e, t grow sweat CUmery; there waves the gentle
clothe the inati baa open huaor forfeit my Smiling &111'( anticipating unagreeable m the exf/eclutiou ot liis usual pre eiii. Mr. grass; there birds sing tbe'r uuiius fault vcspers -
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a gift in JOOd taste. pretetisioD to protc*$; \ltal excellence.! urine borne, they packed up. their booty I T. then iid lo bim-''1 nave nut n pfiiuy: wuu. ; there% the blue sky smiles down to-day, s

Vxw.-t'or 9De cop,. p ; for three copirs $, Bali !' avid the other two,you will utiempt and marched lo ware* tbe cart. j i mO tu-da) but j have one oll1um .'' i'laving and there lies buried Ibo t 'tJfhnes. of my heart. "

or Tor1 oov eopy' fortkrW years $&--always .a ad what you Coin )Iot aCt'omplillb.Vu .' You untie the horse while I put the basketin returned lu his house some time alter, he beard Pareutsyuu should nave heard tad pathus

Tatice'; Sub+cribera 'without d LtJ. Address '\ will sue,' said (lie third. ,' said ibe cbttt fisherman lo bis.comrade, u.noiso at the door, wnich was opened by tno in the voice: of thai track u imnaer, as she .

:MORRIS .&, WILLIS The.uucuipeciitif? man wn* plodding,along and each proceeded lo hb task. scrvau', when III sprang Dandie tu receive bispresent. aid, Tuereare paints :b al spring into great

\ Editors 1,07 t"ulIOA attttt, Nf.-' ,.rk. without thought ,ut* injury, when timdna tip* Bow, wow, wow!' and the big dog sprang ,In a frolic Mr. 'l'. gave bun n bud er vigor U the heavy pressure of a footstep i

f' touched and cut the curd und bell burn thevheep' out, uud look his stand by the cart, grinding! one, when. ne, as usual, carried 1140 ltc bake:, cru.n them; but, ont thorn are others that

Choice I.f
ld Irattdr;; iloltans Qin Monoagaliela c!'onku) '. oil,' whtfre! its' I jingle continued to be lug iu u terrible manner. As soon u* either bad. He immediately jeurued lu1 r. l't, "I R
()cltt..1riab! arid Scotch. do. Ale and Pore beard., tikUerman made a movement towardstbe carl, knocked ul'ihe door, and anon tau scivain I

terOJa1 r- gee 'WinAfftHelrs.. do. Sherry do. ilL due tim u Ihe man. looked behind to ob- or the bor e, the dug dew at bun liken Jury, opened H, hut.) the t*=uuy doMni ul tier feet, and i)..r J-.., ':--T; : :., rt' ..,e cxqurrit bl.totcuu.r.:

Port tfft'Coagrrss 'Water.Cordials. Claret Wsnerice. so ve the condition o! tile sleep, and 'to bi*I and compelled: him lo a precipitate' retreut.Cotxmg .- walked utf ecniiigi)' iutneieieuie tcoiiiciiipt.AltUtjugu i ting/ Its u std i>ui, ) ou bad better gel a .

H E CARR.lIjiJq borrur lound It wa gone. In di m.iy and! dig* threats, pebble soil stick thrown DjuJitf, iu K".lcr d. makes m im- II lie gal uiilry.CU.IJDC '

.4 tre s he nppeuled :tul[ IU drat |perdue he met, Kerr ul Lit) u e-they only mude the: animal mcdrite purchase ut bread with :b>: money ho I how raid you dare to didnfb< nt

."hereby glvrn,ihat I will,alt weeks.I 4iud naked it' he Had, !ecu any iue' With a more : !rucluu lie WWI evidently acvuttoiii-- receive. ) e; the lulluw lUg ciicuiii! taiicv_cianly '- hunk wnen I cum to saw youf', ? ;
te ,1' 11 to the Judge of Probate of 81 ed to net alt guardian to tits lIIustc I l that he e su.i mote ,
of'Adminfriratka'on'tG Ih cp:' i i cart demonatiule pus prudenttorcsigiil txiiuse \, dldn'lVUS ;here and whco 1 sga.i"you :
;: *..W Sri f fOl"FoIi i t;Lte'bf iIdC.lJnij f teCa t-d.1 e Il; -Ye,' replied the person,*I saw a man,clatnbdriirg when' the uutater was absent, aua the fellow I i[' Uiau many who are reckoned rutaau tit went, 1 tried fur tu go, but 1 couldn't cum.

I ANN UUR", ERT.t. I down inc hU1- Ids' with such a pnr ; (the dog, we mean) was as obstinately 'beat on beings., Very well,den cum here till 1 leteh'youdJa

Augustine, fareh 6th 1853. but Uhought It was tits| own. : lu'cMlVltlllbc: l'fUvcrl'rom 1111 invasion. I Ir I Ono sunday, when it'wai very unlikely ulul ,cscr: by the mail.I 1

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\bal Gen. Scott says of Gcu. Plt.+ce."I Scott and Seward mubtrcr Benutilul in old age beautiful all the slow-1 I I I ST. ACCCSTISS, 26th September 1850. or rather me"Scott ndGrabamnry '"

Horace Greely bus been ri-aping hnr- r mellow nuVimrVof rich 1. The undersigned hate been toll me hereThere is a dmlincdon -;
I. Gn. Scotia* official account of the Baiiloul quite I Conf reran,dated Aupukt 19, 8$7. lie says: vt>t fr.im I I..J solo of his "I'u:I U u: "tIC'"" I lituot sutnmer. In the old man- nature has fulfill d ( appointed by'the IX.mucratc* Executive Com- nothing to be said about them. Th'1" 0,

... 'Urevet Brigndicr General. F. Smith's and.Urcvcl General Scott, Ihf dlMnbuliuti nt which her work she loads him w'th her blessings! >he mince of SI. Johu'a County;a special Committee as troughoul the E&pireSru'j. lie. -_., _
'' tiu in, continually the whits the him .
Colonel Riley's brigades (1'i"'II'DivijW is only fills with the Irufls.efn well-spenrljteand
unsupported bv Brlgadierth'neral PIERCE'S hope of averting lau! wulerloo deleat of ilieir surrounded by children and hls chiJt'&el1'" lo muku know Ii) you the conclusion to banded and broken down.I '

j uiid 'CwdwoladeVil brigades (Pillow's Divi'.iot) ,I'j candidate. lie has itlsu prepared a sung book children, she rocks'him iwlitly away ton graveto .whicji your rmliiiail friends ha"o come in wish you lo "JJ&e lheVredicfioHpj,\

herr rpre than three hours uudef II Mary fire of fur shin u"e,of tho Scott gli-clubs. which bus which he followed with blessing. God forbid view ot the course'of "pcnkmg insjtcd upon, .Kin]* will e wee u the'Slate;bv at fainouwiml '

artillery and musketry along the almost \mpassa- 'been: .extensively supplied tu those bodies.- .c should not call it bcautiful.lt is beautiful, the Cnndidalei nfalVhIg party-an to nwjo'ii W9 can
t>le ratine in front and to tJa'ltIf.? the entrenched We leiirn'troii) the Kentucky Yeoman that the but not the most beautiful. -There, is another by Qj; || gel noon 1Itok'
,. 1 Chippevxa, k-ciuh at Frankfort has you ot life, hard. rough and thorny, trodden with say that they secinTt a clearWnifestation ul anjrSt-Ue. except V J'U. 4.
,'amp. ; '
: Ill' 2. GcncrarScou'd (dfld', account of ttevImtlle thcnijfromwinch they Irequeniv regale and! bleeding feel und aching brow the life of a desire to avoid fair" discuss:on 'and o'purpoiC .5 I.;: ': xouraIruly* -

ol 'Churubut, dated AngUst 28, 1I7. auiMinlo; llto spirits ot the disciples of Billy wbieh the cross Is the symbol; a battle! which to secure to them Drives and party an undue ;

lie ISU'S'i i 'fcJcwnrd in that interest of woods.' Here uro a no pence follows this siaeof he grave;.which thus friends while .. Li::
the two ndancrd 4.- divisions n fIfll1clds' few specimens of the chaste and stirring Ui-: she grave gapes to finish before the Victory advantage- impressedfjour debateare S EJeci0T" .: T
Accordingly, marched horn Ciintreras.lun- lies that compose this interesting vulumtf (II' is won; and-slrnnJe.lhat it should be so they court fur you n fair encounter, in .

; thci immediate brigade! ;"orders of Major General negro mleodies." Ciiurinitu, are they: not? -=this' is tho: highest life of map. look buck not willing, that their Candidates or theli As 1et we have rot full and po.qde :. '

pillow ier ,; who was now joined by ,THE HALI.ANT Times wont W good 'tis'plain to eee,
Brigadier General PIERCE his';111. TILL SLAVERY IS UPSHOT: whose Iifo Ifiu beea other than this. a course us that claimed by the r opponent iwo Counties we" have'however.lci o

vmon: personally thrown out nt activity, laioMo S >, now to gain THIS VICTORY, .: [ Westminister Rnet of July have it therefore to for a belief tb Doctor HAWU the .
\V<11 vote for General mOUe ;-we iji charge, _______

..,.evening rhcfiull before,6f his* horse.by:i a severe' bun received "I thought they'd put up Lewi' Cass, 'It girls would have roes' in their cheeks invite you, to meet the Democratic party at a didate for Senator for 17th Dutrict Ja tfreIei. I

S \ irnm And in iho name .reo: ,- Gen. Scott'Next Bat now since they have let him pns, they must do ni the rows ji do; go to sleep ith Barbecue, prepared by f hens for ynur enter small majority.. .
again. 'Tis the lilies, and get with the morning glories. M .TUJlJlUJI tie
saYs: Franky-Wi-rce-and '.SLA VtR Yl" up tainmenl this day nt O'clock, A. M. where : Deomomtic ftd"..,.", J
but oil 'in ten minutes) I sent PIERCE From SLAVERY'S bond we will be free; blyraea for St.Johns and hlDam .
( With gallant Scott and Willie. your friends are desirous of having your view: Coaadftk
;I (ju>t able' to keep tho saddle) with his brigade THE ANCIENT CITY. on the political topicsottbedny.With I "and no mbtab..Tli rr.1I'oI tWeoatt.
I ,(Pillow's division) by a thud rontl, a little' I cbceria as triumph of priodpb.ovw
GEL SCOTT wos'i RESJOH.-Thequcsiii.n great respect we are gcbtleiwn! tIe:
: turthcr to our left to attack tho enemy's right .. of office aDd influence .
and rear in ord nr to tuvor tho movements has been asked a thousand times, "nd Your obedient servants, othe'tJui.pl.4aA.oh
ii has bren uuthorattvely stated that ho would our opponents wbJea wait U,
and off the1 retreat
cut SI.
tin tho convent, JOHN FONTANE
pii-I ftol resign liLt post in'tha The inferenceto ) beta:scattered,'almost bndett.
is Gen. icon good autho army. ir
the capital. P. L., DANUY, \ Committee. q .
with tho wbigs in the matter it so how bv drducetf Iron this fact is, that he, knows .. I AIATIIEW SOLANA, ) S
he cannot be elected President .
.. iho j'oltry vililiersof the gallant ,UrigadicrUch. ,. To Mcsirs.MAXwzLL.Rnd McIarrsH. tricuMr.
to the hopa to* OaTcss RId Mr.'
r ; Fierce wfilFbelong party :. ,SzARx&ar&.l' '
odium due The Vi rnin'on.. (North Carolina) Journal '
isrdpo thuieep! and and propagators damning of,wi.lullalwHrJAR justly snys 'Stephens: ol Georgiacame through EQUALITY: OF FEDERAL BIGHTS AND. pETERIJ15Et bt. AuounIlI&Sept. 27lh, 1852. we are informed thai &I: OTUJI 1,*t '

bood perpetrators'! hero lust week and scared w.rno of cvtt'.. BEJUSTJLSCE TO ALL WHO OPPOSE THEM. GKHTLSHEX' : Your favor inviting its to meet Orange Cou nr.'fur the lower Hotter'" '.

1 GENS. WORTH, TWJGGS AND friends bud, giving as his opinion, that Scott : the Democratic partyat a Barbecue prepared Precinct Belarus .
was not certain o: more than one Siute Vermem I of St. J :'
: PILPOW.O official. of :-and was bouud'to tw the most-bOdl,1bl"utt'n AUGUSTINE, OCTOBER 8tU, I85::1.- for the occasion, and to express our ,icws, on Putnam Cenuulca.I .'.;k
GeneralVorh'd account
3. the jioliticul topics of the day, hu .Just been Whip in blliet. J :..
lit"any that .
the same battles mode to the CuinwaudeMii-, man was ever shined for '
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,"c Chief, and dated August 23, 1847. He sayb: the }trc ld ncy. Stephens hux always been 'DEMOCRATIC: NOMINATIONs.e delivered ; anti in. reply we can but say thatwe _. ,"" :I 'Jj .
'looked upon as aveiy close culculuior ot HUM cheerfully accede lo n' :- :: i'" ; ', I
The division! cnnwmnderc forego the lit.cul chances.Wo P g 4D your quest. .-. "-". *:s II .- .8.... .'. .'

opportunity presented ,to acknowledge his --,--- tOft PItE1DJjT' It \\uvlli have uecu more utfoluctory to us lo .. ... 2.-. = ,''....t ,' .,:
obligations$ and ixprcasbls admiration 'of the meet our opponents in open drbute, and we : Jilt" .. .,
the .
ROC friends of G.'n. Pierre, of I IK. G. .

.gallant liiigadier bearing Generals of Mnjor ri lucid General*, Cndwnlod-Pillow r, and and cities of Nashville'l' IIU", and Loiusville, K'''.. GEN FRANKLIN PIERCE came to >our city fully 'expecting' to da s,'; but ; .

PIERCE, with all of whom he had the grati. are offering large bcuon lu.s election.V II) when they claimed the right' ft a conclusion "" .
is it Leisure OF NtW ..
that those HAMPSHIEE.
not accepted
ftc ation' 01 concert ami coopcra'.ioti: ut various xanguinu and nnixyWhigs of saM cities by those! Iiis ... not tAlly tere, but at all other points where we GoTcrnor. S "

; critical periods of the conthut.K3" becuuae ure expected to meet them during, thu remainder Gee.t'JYird 5 69 3 41".
simply they
are not MX > .
4. Gen.Twins' of the same date very sanguine FOR VICE PBESIDEWTWILLIAA1 Ja.. E. Broutue .,--
report 9 41 7 4.21 't
uauillint I
as they pretend to bu.uch however ol ibe cnnvusa, we were : to concede ]

6:1)'a>: is modern Wbl!( e'l. They try to make >Il u R. KING such nn advantage without tiret subiutt!
. 1 During this stntc of affairs,General Smith'sbrigade people believe a thing which.they themselves Majority for Brooia 4.
lite : to itends. Congress.E ."
mailer (
ling our
; was ordered to form a junction wuliItiIcy'i ito not beli.cYc.C1Ullo71 Democrat. OFALAIrAMA. ( ,s:.o.
" ... whilst General I'IEIUt" brigade occupied j We considered li'.e' irlimc'lltuIUr!a.. well C. CabellMuwell 5 69 0 0 2MgQ I '.
Ihe left ot the trail, und remained u.a At n Lite federal: mr-eiiiig iu New Orleans, ---..',n".If. ......." ''' '*'' I us tbiers uuil the utmost of our cluini was let A., 93I7,. 4.L _IU_

.' up ort to the buu ,ics.* : the Hon. J. P. lkllji'min.'h : senator: cKciIrom : FOR ELECTOHS.McQUEEN alternate% conclu,.i >nii.. The denial of this right,I Ablortty toy MamD, .
BT 5. General Pillovufficiul report, Lou iauu, I.dJtc"si-d thu meeting and McINTOSir// County. UM! lIe clr.im to lull control of every subscqncni .. I Slave Henau.' 'f" .5 ". ,it ,6,
,August 24th I8t7sny*-; bore the totlowii.g l&liinoiiy: ia luvor ol Lien.: 11.1op&i* .5 65 0 ft } lib i
'To sustain tho movements Prigndior Gem Pierce: .' .J. JARAWAV; ::;SMITH of Jefferson, II incitii't:, were moie Ihtui duty I lu Ihuc '1 U. t. llawt? 8.3:1 4 20 ilL.I .

Ciidvralader was ordered to. advance with his Asjuiust General Franklin Pierce 1 shall sty 3114J. JKBK lOB:, of Jacitvn ., II., C1IUsC \\ r >[lle 'elll would peimil us to uc-' I '

$'rIade and support Col. Rile)', and Brigndier nothing. I did not come lu-re lo engage in uwarlaru '- -- fuowIcc., llctici? the disagreement which MaorityhrIIawts ;, ;
General PlERCg, with his command to taUpe A58ltflb1. .j' '
calumny and I trust has occurred.
port the column moving upon (he encm) 's that no touch expvctuiions vituperation will be rheri>hed, S kJiasly Extracts. I .T. 4f"du.( 4 60 0 0 S .....
jront last command lion I::. W..ilclt ull times n-dy lo engage in fice W.W.TMufcUa- 37 5 4 211
+ This was oon 'closely und if they are, Komn oih'-r,spenkrr besides C. CAD .J.'s opinion of Grn. Scott, Juue,

'. engaged with the enemy, as weroiilKu tho bat sin .-elI must be obtained. Geii. Piuiu Is u \inlaiil \I- 12ih Ie5i; CtlU has a padlock on Ili.ljp ,ruu.1 Utliiuicijilrb discussion ct the uiictplts which divule the I fur 1.uDlbU.I t

.I(Ones of t Captain Mug uder und Lieutenant soldier, and a .liijih-niindcd patriot and 1 I ufSttraid m his Lt tc*hes j ck lzicitfore &tul* two, great I'tulien: ol- iW} country, deling lull S Majority '

'. 'Cullender.: honor him because he has tceii true to theSuuth.1 ."the countiy: the caudidate oi tie higher Jawparty. assurance that Iur Dinmciuric laub. cuu tcmaiiii.iined PrreInriuetursofoningeC4 .'"
I And again, in the same report,,Gen..pillow Boston SStatesman. ,
fays: -- "The election of Scott under present circumstnnctt: c\cn at u diadvu.zil'sge, (it: that S ..' :.t t'2- '" -
would be to continue the) Communl jn the hunl -hould be claimtd tar rKOlul ubiiiij 5. ?
) sti us
j t I 'Brigadier General PIERCE, ihotigh: badly of the 1'tre |lit 4 :a = Sc&Z
toiiany tiiul tLdr
r r injured by the tall (if his horse while I\II.IU. Billy Dowlcp_ tinUnion.." iumticuLi, las aafroy : is com crneJ, still I we upjiiciate. that eClltlll' 0 t < .

r t Iv leading his brigade into the thickest of the King Billy and cabinet, including the chi "U did seem ftrapjie tb tlt nny hu t.t Southrro man ul 0 ur fiuiidft ubitli itquie ilml' uu should -I, .E.. a = =a'Gueyit. ..

L: Buttle continued on the eom1l:1nd.uthta.briKulu.19th did not quit the field'. but the negro couut ititurpie'er of the Bverebides.Abrabum, arc They. g .IJU pus.home d upon lu could:.l'im"fopfort. t
'; Again he snys. ; "NVcdcc day lust on the Alciamora. Wncn Itt ull. A iu.ot ui.d Hue cause dfu: lil.fuo! oihur ,.., ./y '1\-.. .. ,- "

'During this movement. I-met with General' the boat nrpvt'dW: curid.tiaie:; ut bum political I Dewy t'loyfcnliailary) ButeAt :( pnvili-ye. That ii hit I h "tH.lC1.CI.I I :t!, maiiiUno "'C.O: 1. Y'ul 6/( ? 10 N'
parties were cp ti:!rfi in aJiIn-sMni! : II uid ,, Ja., E. b.Ci 1\"ll1e .
,_ 'PIERCED brlgiiu>, which had bcenmoreit by other ; l.iii it i:$ dc. "it d, w. titus but 57 5 .
I order ol the General-in-Chief untler lane meeting at the 4Wrst etui;' t>u; v. hess n ihibcbtly jjctiul I 6t the Ktj.uDlir! ku'pI S ..:i.
i; cohimnndol uah that a >t. u ,,1'IU, ('U" .
Mvuiiil111 agio J" i pin I. 5ti
Gen PIERCE, ngainst a largo but.ly.uJ the was whispered m the OIUgklrhllhut 'DIII) Inulurriv ( .: \n\\ the dinners ivttich. i>uuicriuiiuii i'ajuriiy .'..r \,arIA
I. to the right und rear ot the main ,' all those who ,,""ere in the necrel, mme.; I'\L-IJ uti.tr Inc :'>:uLe( I Mu\c itto ruinsaiiii: ; ju:,' .1lS the :etnuii.u' ) uuVicd i
t enemy woik, where they hud been, in conjunction ohio pay their respects to. hid inijt4y. Tlii-s bu LiitNr-AL to ihe lusting preterratibn J qt'ttt. E. (;. itttl C 2 la' 1J..

,with Shield brigade; engaged: in u fierce shove lelt Ihu orators u sinai) nuditnce lor the our Millie, li>ui u man, devoid J .titilulctu; *, \Vt: iic<.eit yniir invatii-ri: and ulscnl: S A. K, Aiu".l} 5 7 1 : Ite
lime. Billy held his levee m the cubm cl' the and ctlciui tio 1't'UClIII.ltldul.uu but uniloundtu Piae.ssfr.: .
.J I open field light with he n largo furc steumbotti t, where,he received: his vi>iicr* "i.h on fJl.iJtarlerCCt, bUuuld nut be i.e- ourc IRs, VrrV truly, I G.1JI..AiI... S 5 ,5 12)4',1:. -

; And yet ugnin. savfc: ro> ul dignity. li.L-H.-d tu uiiiiiiliibU Ihu joveriiiitt-ut.: 1 be Vour: obedientrvncts.. L.Thrrriant. lJ&"u I a ,if 8-A't.

I ,I Brigadier Gen. PIERCE, though badly in. We. learn Hum Gem Blake Ihat Billy luis rn.tcrtuined lit-ve \vtiuiU 1 shut) cuiiaidur lilt till, II otthe .\ EMi X.l..L, ..it
I : jurcd by the fall ot his horse, while gallantly: into u bolemn agreement to emigratetifl CoiDuiu-iVktultU uuu.LaUl'dI1Eft AM .) ? Mnjority Rr HopLiasG. Ii-
QEE\ M.cliOotil.. ,
I leading hjs brigade into the thickest of the i t
ucbtub all the Indians ho can induce fKUCtrtE U I.hT LUiUEO.a- U -
light t.u Ue l9hi, dhl Hot quit' the field* but to go, which be think will be nearly alt in iluy, at Leintoa, hy., July ia,Speck j8 'l.of' &e To Messrs i:;. I.A1F> IcrAzuEnspil UASCV: Cow. I 'j. UIDOJl'. ......:.

uoiiiaue iR comtn.nnd: of his brigade, &c,- the cuuorVu heel disposed to believe that Aluliortf Life vj L'tay.j>age 5i:':. times SIHIHS very rich

'{ cannot wiibhuld the exprc4oaufmy *eniOtat" at him "u may succeed in gelling rid of our TLc way New loifc State Stands civcnin vt I'tir Atmrninjj ;.."11". Tfor. .
the deep obligations' I am ulider for the unwelcome, neighbor, but shall not k-el certain 'It. indeed, we hove incurred the Drinc displeasure That our lAiuocratic friends ,understand, with nu.t.nic"'. Mv 'h.:fr V. u Puyzcnabu.'kN .
$MICCOKS! and honor duo, to my command to my I I ill they aregone.-Fla. Aews. and It is Decenary to chastise: tlusPCIJ..J" !, WHjNeed punnxed. klukn
two gallant brigadier 'general jCadwaIad.i what rear on the'lIri..l: luniom concerning lie bright
with iho rod ol. lib 'vengeance, 1 sRi rimen ut the butmu lltX"ies, Wlla-C' -
1 und PIERCE whose, promtitude. skill, and The Ulaiiie Blccfiou.PORTLASD- -- would humbly $,rostrate nl.laoU bcloie jIm, prospects of Gen. SCOTT in the "Empire" State sue Nil H witmss, i eibreiin Esquire Rumm3a .

daring, were equal to every emergency, and und implore lls mcicy, to vu-ii our tuvoreU made, by some of our Whig citiizeas: who have recently The majtutlrale mw a? u jjlanrt Ih.u Mr.Duyz .
who, in the absence! of discipline in their com ; Hept.; 15. land) thVAlt returned could veU a|
I with 1'lfiSTlLE.NCB, with from their cummer visit North, and who n not speak b'HjjIUh n-ry
inttnd-i, met and overcome every obstacle, and According to actual; and repealed returns FAMINE
: with A.NY bLOUlUjJ- he Trw
proffered an illlfpr..I..r. prupsaII1
ti.un the dtate if indeed
UtJ o.i: 'their brigades to honor and dDtinC*ion. received ai bo AiivertUtr Ollicc ihq house IiL1 1'MtY RULH ( I".
or u blind' and UcndlcsstniiiUiiuMii hcvvevi'r vas intlitfimtly rejected tar ,
Annual Joc 334, 335,139. stands C7 they pafcs.d through it at all). We publish below, a ,
1847,pages thus lur wings, 82 denwciutsaud! 2 lor mere MIUTASY renown.: ness' who.in"ixied thar.h tout Sjifcl i tsP'
I UEAB* ALSOi COU. HASKEtt, not heard from. letter from one who is not a meretranUer or eojourner -I '
Clay's speech at Baltimore gUsh as good as uollin. Toe foiluwUtjlestimcny .
May 13, 1828. .
Now a Wlujf Elector ia Tennessee, :and' n See ALaUoiy's Life of but a native born, and constant dweller in the : S .1:,=
bravo otfi"Cr'in the Mexican war. Co). has.j F' P. trids for Frank. Pierce, Faithful Patriot Clay, page 567. I
State and whose position is such aa ro qualify him to
Sctfre What do know oSlirki.nbush fflirnd
kell thus: rebukes thc>iufamou* ussaulU; : the and 1 ouriecnih lreliidl'nt.V S. stands you
"No North, to South, Diet; West reliable information in ItferDce'to
Gen. no no under the give entirely political asxnulting IlCiD. t'b THiKit
corage ot Pierce: for Winfield Bcott Weak
Whig Swindle Constitution ;
iJoup, but
; a sacred maintenance of the
common ) prospects therein. H'in-B<> much c* nut in' Ma, '
'I would consider mrself nnd'c.u'l Suit.-/-Y. Yeoman. bond
: personally disgraced true devotion to the common brother liltidniind
mine fm c on 'e lour nu mine
: did I stoop to tho humiliating baseness in- hood." FK AN KLIN HEKCE.Opiiiioti S -. '
Mounting cowardic against Gen. PIERCE According to the Ohio Statesman 'live Scott .J'ur.. Sept. 25ih, 1862. >j on bid hrnd.wiy boa! bod $.,

:, 1 know whigs u e so rare in that region, that Ihe JAS. F. I' dnt vay! I I..uk" 'rcw him,mir .Iecurb4l*
I whom to be a brave man, chivalric of the Bee on Gen. Seott. E qr., .,
,in his conduct on the field of buttle. Others 'Pierce buys give ten cents lor a tight at uue.' "(,ieD.: scott is the special favorite of the North;the MY DEAE tSJR-ln your nicely adopted place nil I at tog!(fnllt bite mir him. eye mil, notiu barn teeihl. IsspIOhetle k1 .

may pursue. that course which their feeling'sDelate cherishes candidate ot Ihe Freesoiler lie is
; but as,lor myself would' spurn the It is said but the Rev. R.V.. Griswold. D. D.. iyGiEELT, kept under guardianship 6y SEWARD petted, ol residence, it may not be uninteresting to hflle tug shust slink bim dull, no a' ibi', ,,,

;: thought did it obtrude itself on my mindWo .' ot New: York, hiss bicomu: associated nth aftd coMtantlv admonitked with paternal tolieitude know how the Democracy.of lhe-Enipiru""rv I say to mine Iceilu tojc, biie him! daII!

might nuke ayiny.-t'xtracis.ot' tlui 'same Mr. Jutnes Gordon Bonnet, as ouc of the Cuiorof by THCRLOW WKD. Iq short be is in exceedingly marshalling their forces preparatory to the limes, .but mine Italic tog ah.kthim
aimrl .
hnkibx. his iJoIt.1I der
7 crjur.ac.ee,from officers who served ia Mexico, the Niw Yuiklleruld.' : bad company. lie apptsrs to consort with. thoae rational conflict: November. The vay. ( ,,' .
an interest
him nut mine hund nd ,uy'tuhhl1DStun'igoesdereau'gizs
but wo close,wUu Ibe folLomivfrow the :Wunhin Toe queen of Spain is again reported, by who revel in fanaticism, and make their politics subservient all times beer P ..;,
ot manifested
to sectional by in tbo vuuighas.ul
t; ;ton Republic\ ,,Scott organ at Washington, the bnuuuU! paper_,to be in au inletettin state. aggrandizement 'ihe peculiar you lucre .
I friends of(,en. Scott art the very people of all others of Democratic principles leads mu to consider Jab all. -
being an extract fr vhom the South inottt .oanicularlv, and rmnItJltl.1I1P ,. Did the dcfendUIthe.rocruiing ....
who had exalted nu. --- -- -- it an imperative ,- you not seeder
paper signed 'Old Army an Dr Wall .r duty to Inorm"u how bri hi
once,nMa dLaaer.JnbJcverJ.uDwiso abhor, and nottuof It more natural than &
that .
she ,witness
:1/. opinion.of Gem, JBcoit, bat . rsibied In wib cork iu wiilljcld are our u!the ,v
uch should bet prospects
feneepi !ly | : playing u u con&leiice fr6m a candidate who coming campaign. Wil'lns-O. mil a brick-rfotf r.VouiV ".
Gen. in
onpe '
Pierce .
triumphant mangier.The jmaunur us dupiayvd u bund long divorced seemingly plays lulO their bands." The 't,
disappointment incident ihv "
w'rltcr says:- >Thatinki. service iri'Mtz: deleat of <: ,Vr., or wim any thing elset <
: ico Gen. P-ercs did his duty as a *QJIof the Republic surprise soup to and an al/utller.water Ope und guest, in too expressed loud, a whisper his 1 now betitate between, extruding the period of residence New York tavonurcandidate OeN. CAS, has Wiiness.-O Yaw, mine l leeile.lojswa t-;-". f,

: "That he was eminen'ly Patriotic, Difintfrested exclaimed!, Heaven, whnt a dirty hand beiote naturalization and a total DUAL of all weil nigh vanished, and the enthusiasm with 8quN'e-\Vo don'i want to know whIP* 1

and/Oallantand that it has adled a (au* The Doctcr overheard, arid 'turning sharp acts ot Congress on .the subject-my mind inclinesto which the name ol PIEKCK and Kiso: dogaivw. What did yuq It"e ? yuuxstifl' ". i,
nllo his citic t'ttiLL As. he I the Latter."Iacceptdie. SCOTT.. are re- VKtVamMinulcvtlKtofr.. -I'ISyuire
: beautiful I a citizen, '
round said Sir Pit bet then ceivcd
you a guinea : remii.d one ol
the days when
: has ken ruiy to make sacrifices for his Country; I is dirtier we were -Voo can take your sent. 1'.. "

as a Soldier and Commandert"he has shown gatlanlry 'a Done,' replied one in the company.first, sure of winning. ed by the Convention nomination, not because upon the this platform is : adopt.& .f led.u, victory by the veritable Kid thckory"hrn'.self. lie dog would probably bo a bolter wi! :: ;I
:: before (he and was eminently the expected Here let me that than routa*!?. IlI'
enemy The guineas were staked,and the Doctcr showed me a. a candidate,but because the pr nciples! ii em say, in speaking of
friend and father of his command' his other band he was judged to have won, braces comioanH the approbatoia of my judgment,a d that distinguished Statesman LEWIS C.us, os WIAUSIYaw, At) Is all right '.k lI''t' I
without a dissenting voice. with throi 1 believe 1 can safely say there baa been no New fcvorue candidate 1 do The vitnert* look his seal, perfeeUr --
Oca., Scott<< on the Kmmp. word nor act of my life ia conflict."-(Gen.fierce. nut wish to con*> tied, ,bat did not leave the oifiM UD.il""" '::1
Gen' Scoit 1 Is stumping U through Kentucky SUICIDE.-Surt on 1). McLeod,at the U. S. letter oj acceptance.) ceal) Ibe (act, that a miserable faction exists in aji opportunity or iufuriniorf the MajSJ* f -z''''Ir

and Ohio, at ,the expense of the Treasury.He .- Naval Hospitals Punaacoln, commuted suicide this State,who actuated out; bv sel&ili motions ,thai he claimed hb witness .fee.-CiX** >''

went ,out, ,tp Kentucky, ftoroutoZ/y to locate on the 1st ult., by cutting his throat, with a ra- A Chance for $500 t I managed to defeat him in tile hilt PresldentuU DoUar2mez.S ;.

; u military asylum and: thus draws his expinse z'r. He was buried with military honors. We are authorized./by a gentleman to bet 5OO'dt 'r election, this same body of individuals.their,I ** ai *'

\. from the Treasury to electioneer!. upon! liars that F'URWr fJUC: will be elected next number A distinguished wner ayTae to ; 1
Baltimore Ar A BRISK abTDDlOSUL Busszss.-Tbe L xin" President if he lives. I being beautifully Jess endeavored one ia the kirk '"
The us saj s; .. I Tbfr sum mil be'take? in oue I o pawaxa: Bibje, where She
Genr. Scan apoko at Hollidaysburg, "'itts.b .. ten Sentinel nays that there is now living in bet J rj any person disposed*or ia sums from 820 I play the same game prior to the .last Buhirnore commanded lo.kus Uie rtJi'D,. and that guldun.rult"'Wbat.ocyar 4

:"jf, and will doubtless deliver the same Holmt Co. Missn a woman who married htr lirst up by difieient persons. 'Convention, but it did not work. ye would that t' 1
Hptruch all along his route, but takes caru to husband September 1823. Sbesubatqueily .9'hel;; ; The course pursued bj Hon. D. S. Dickinson men should do untu IOU do 1e t1'en" *& [
with him married '
that parted ,and from time to lime following is,our correspondence. them. S I
sij-,: nothing principles so policy, : of will government.commit him His tony three others witu oil of whom she sepcraied. Ou luded to in our last, in connexion with our notice on that occasion, was such as will endear Miss Nancy says amen Is good lbrfl1! : 1 1untill
him all sound Democrats
drat to
from her marriage -
the day twenty-live years of the the Union.
udiou. Democratic
nterrstinRtr writings are quite sulfint Barbecue. be J. martiNi an t (accordiojjf !
.' expositions& of )his views. Thi. taking ,she parted with, her fourth bukband., attended \\'e thiuk our rc-ader* can be at loss The best feeling is prevalent ; we 01)811110. experience) be ain't worth bat: a dre*afw 4
ot her second married to no to decide
ihe tump .by the Whig: candidate U the last I the which of the doubtedly return, Hon. D. L. Seymour thepre8t"lIt tie when he hj! /
her first,and the marriage ceremony was j erormcd party candidates shunned ( 1-
desperate cast of the die of toe Whig 1 i able chairman
party. j by h..r third husband. Mie is now living 'freeJiJcussion ;" >o of com. of commerce)
It i. their dernier resort in the disiKiers which wordily offered by the Wong fl ChrnamnaafflU1
i with her: hub, or father her lirst hu>band Whigs here before lo, the. House fo Keprrsentauves. '!nayoung Iki'' !
: sormto be accumulating around them.-Ho. the coming of the cundi-' : Kong, has carried 1l"Ibti"f1'l prfaw tit
well and i"to o .wurnanet .
r" doing
: .
dates. nior division uau8CBulfour
of.the botanical class
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Several friends Frroin the have Pftubuig P tt. At Plessis, oo Wednesday morning, 22d nil.,by PROBATE OrriCE ST. Jouss CotrirTTt l 1 Tax Collector's Sale. f

jfrfrtbeiMMlinrt ot Gen.Pierce irqucMtod u* to roptibK C. W. TaiApwiu. Mr., OTIS D. BURLIN- FLA. OCTUBKR 7th, 1852.A f B Y vimo; of the power vested ia me by law J
career which shill
',we'pnMiurvd and printed. fri our last paper._ i' GAME, or $t.AaIUltiD. Florida to JULIA, only N EL&:TION.lr three Electors of President in t city old&expose alto before the Coat House

1Ynt thfhk11: afford* u punVicnr' nUlllCftlirdilCt'.j danghter lion. JASQV CtiftK,of the former_ .place. /OL and Vice PiJent of the United State;is here Jiatugtltls3. the A1IJUlIIAe.following oa described the 8m Mooda1 of
ry'answer4 ulurve ; -- : Jigtt,oa Tuesday *he second day of much
to the qucniioi, : i feint-j Wovenibrr ro thereof s. will pa1'the State VnTeofmy
i. Mull Arrnp reaaeat. next easuiagking Mtb Taesday next taxes and the
ranlfmeii ibe.nhs XMiie'.iiuc exposes
among 1t ftual"au stirs the first necessary doe thereoa.
in said
themselves ..skin From Picolnta 18 riles btioee 10 8l Monday" month) at the follow
by Augmtio 2635 ,
: acre third
I leg Precincts bad .
.n I AttrTES. ia the Comatiet of St. Johns and Pa U rate assess** to Santo
Moodajmsod Thursdays
A. ". Ro
A BRlEFjOpTUNE'or ae .UiaZnearl.B'
viz .
Bam Lake lad
: S | ia
1"l'uT I Sundayi ndAVedoradayc: 119 M.Crx :
; NUT. tionI .
-4 township Ii
.. Tits UtS nr at.AngnsiInevFicolatarBaeoa V"1I.MatlDu. Pa- south nap ealt. Dot6Je.
A PATRIOT AND ,' .ES.- Sundays. loci. Wednesdays. H. 'A. Jtf laika. Magnolia taxed tad Idnnilcd for
\ STATESMAN., ,"A t* Little Lake Qe &gr and the per. DOD payment or tier fat

;. .< t,1 r {*',? i i -i :: it I NOTICE. son Election.below designated,are appointed taspectora, of said I JOHNS LODGE NO. 12 the fear Liat 1851. AljQ.d. for 18bt1 u per"Addtuoaal -

; 8T.Avocamn, A to err 23: A. D.1857 A. L.5@S2. Ui.lca'taxes
r IHI SOX Of A RETOLtmOKAJtr Slag, For ST. Auguttlnt P'.eriJld-EIf'Cfi: to be and expenses Ire paid before day J.

% who fought nt a. held in the Cotm tlonse Inapeetors,James M.Gould, ALL Maaoo in good a'aadidff, are fespectfaUy\\a Ale.JL

f3UNKEItIi1LL. -_ Jame Kc gh.and Bartolome OUvero toed lobe preseat,on the 4th,Novemaei nest,art d B. CANOVA.8heritl tad et offield I

nnd thrnu hout tho war that tr ed men' uU 'I 1 HE STEAM FLORIDA'' CHAKLES SVarttirbtsrter For Pictlata Precinct-M the HOOK of James unite with this and other Lodge that are expected to 1 J 1855" Assessor and Co1ltctor.l.l. c. :
'- Was boat at .w> ; will make a rip to St Augustine on I I f i -InrpeciorJantea Rix J.Durrence and I joins in I Masonic celebration of the centennial: anniversary I e2fi,
Ueorge '
HilUlioruvgh. N. // Frida" the Sib! of October inst., and leave same ) Colee.FerMtanxa, > of the Initiation into the fraternity ; of the h- -
23. day for Charleston, I Inattiou "Father of his CountryTbf're will be, I Tax Collector. Sate.

Graduated with d tlnction ut B.mdoin Ctillrijp. October 1852. ,. 1 Precinct-At the House of Abraham procession address and a Banquet on the occasion BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I

1B.14; admitted to the Bur in 1827, Inking I Dupont -Inspectors, Abraham Dupont Francis '.- By order. 11 expose for sale before the Court House in .

,u liijcb Misitlun io bin pre feuiunRnd NE\V POSTAGE JAW.M UeVrandJameaPellieier.! D. R. DUNHAM Secretary.Notice the city of St AsgMUs, 00 the tint Hondas

ftccurmg, an -xtfn ii-o practice; ACT to amend the act'emitted MAn I .For'Buena V"ut.Preeiact- -At the house of Col. I January / the .feHow'nj- described property or
act to re* so much thereof
IN 1829 dace and modify the rat.*.of postage in the F.L. Daney-Inspectors.Fiends L. Dancy Edward for Settloiaaat. snit Dlsebaqe taxes sad ss will pay the :State and county Y
ELECTED TO THE I.EGI LATURE.lCniulC United A. Russell and Fad 'Master .j necessary expenses die thoreoa.
S.ceatndforotbrrpit'poees"--passed Alarcb ia that One Town :!--
hereby six Lot
given month afler in the
; with d'atinciim.and urh ..J.'nctJoD .bird,eighteen hundred and fitly-ono For Ptletk JVteuwl-A. tSe COWl House--Ia- NOTICE will final nee unknown city St. Anjasttae ow
tu Jtis tuiistiluenU that lie Ba it exacted by the Senate and Aerie ..eCton, Jam* O. DevaD George Lucas and Joshua preaent toy account,aa Executor Illalted.oa Marine street; adjoining-
, r... ,e.l was, 01 Keprentatitft ,of the Estate of Antonia Lopez decestd: to the lot of J. W. Swioey, sad kadbg the rrtrom
rcx'lccti d for of the U fled Stale of America in Con] t9ykes. Judge of "Probate of 8 Johan Ir sooth-t a lot of direct
; /Cotmty fur settlement t t Francir P.
IN 1832ELECTED orBC'plt'mbereighlf'tD hundred .6fty-twotke for 1 I] Henderson-Inspectors, Nathan Norton Header the Jbrnon
all : ,Henry Execntorship of aid Eet4tf'-lad I shall at the' payment of taxes for years I&& 'oi ,aad *$. Also
postage on printed matter J and Gideon k
passing through the Yelrisetene.w .
tWEAKER, ame time apply for Ialhori" .to turn ov:r.that pot assessed for 1859 at per-addit ll '
mail of the Unilrd I jonal +t
Irby a ttnuniiiHiUM vote art thu Democrat; p f r: charged, shall be follows elates, instead tc of the rates ao !'I For Little Lake "Ceorgt Preeinet-At the House lion of the asset of said Estate (the only portion remaining Unless taxes ant expenses are paid before day of

.' ; 'the House of Heprcwnlattve* of I wit: Each news p a* Frederick VVitkie-Inepertor, Fraacis M. Adams. in my bands) a* was bequeathed b) the will sale, .

zw ,Ib.PlBU&Ej I per. periodical matter not unsealed exceedinghtee.tatetsta circular or M article orlirintt'd Frederick Wi&ie and William Green. of said deceased. to her nephew Charles Dow&ini- R B. CANOVA, sheriff and 'ex-off.
IN 1833 I shall be sent to any p.rt.f the United States weig for one 1.1 1 1 I The Election to"commence end dose at the sas>e 8egnf. MATHEW 80LANA.Executor.. i! Tax Assessor' and'Collector, './.,c
ELECTED TO CONGRESS ;: hours, and be conducted under the Jane 26.9852
for rule and
; cent same -
; every additional osaee or fraction of sn ; regulations SL A
pj8tiae AttguM 28th. 1852.
IN 1835. I ounce, one cent .I additional shall be charged; and ;; a* is directed by law for electing the Uepre- 'I I -

BE,ELECTED THE HoUR or KEFRESERTATirE, when the postage upon any newspaper or periodical ",Live 10 Congreas" Tax Collectors Sale.

i.o ,Ui6aiUKUI.bd Iiitiutcll bv hinuud odluqU\IICU is paid yi arly) or quarterly in advance .ihe office ef
sorrier, that ho was." delivery, or at the office( where the State is mailed | of dt.Joins County. BY virtue of the power vested ia nor by law, 1 m the skill expose for sale before the Court ,'Hoase

IN 1837. evidence of such parrorBtt ia furnished to the office oft'i 1\0'1'JtJB TO IIEfilt I expose for sale before the Court House hi Jan. 1853 city,or the 81.Aapetiaf e-i UK first Monday of

ELECTED TO THE 0. S. SENATE. delivery in such -mauner as the Post Office'Depart-. (g MOULD there be the city of St. Augustine, on the first Monday of much thereof following described property or so
.oy surviving heir of Don as will
Hcrmitl 111 Ibai Imdy, with h nortu hinuclfuud men: shall by general regulation prescribe,one-haIf- j E3 HERBIUCS Wnmc alias lira Janwry,1853tbe following described property r es lad the pay the State and County tax
White for-
of said rate only shell be charged. Newspapers and n so much thereof ss will the State and necessary expenses doe thereon.
cn-di:tu bin altars, ",live year,and f me ray Governor FlorUa under the .b Govern 1 pay county ftOO 0
IN 1842UE.S1QNED periodicals not weighing over one ounce and a half mf'nl. either in thus Stale pan taxes and the necessary.expenses due tbereov. ocres'tJiird rate land saiesred to the heirs of
THAT HIGH OFFIi'E when circulated in the State where publiE ed..lI be they may hear of something ora.their other In the Union 183 seres third rate Und oo Mantanzas river assessed Sebastian Eppinosa, above the head of North River
charged one-half of tb*rate before mentioned* advantageia regardj to S.Cheves.lyiag section 40 hriog partly in section 49
Pro- partly ia ,town township 3, S. U.
and retired tu lifu und to a agnmst the
private thu practice ofkm *.-.ed, That null "plpl'I'IIDd periodical,pub* ealEag HpaniskGovemmeal, by FI.1 ship e south range 3U eau,sad partly !n section)48, range &>east,and section 39. township 4 wrath raaAe
prulrMMiffM. Hi M.-rvice in thu situate, luted monthly or ofiesr, and pamphlets aat contain i particulars on me to or writing their by mail wit-sU Besessary I township 9 ssatii, rssye 39 east Double used and 2S e.... Doable taxed and advertised for non py-
buucvrr, were so highly nppncmtid iiif more than sixths prove Ldesviq advertivd tow meat.of taxes fie 1851.
octavo pages each, when ant neat psytnettt of taxes fer years 1848, Also assessed; for
E.J. coxEZ
that on the resigrmiiou of in single packages weighing least eight(:ounces, tone o Firr ''.'O.aDd 1851. Al. tarred for 1859. as peri 385i as per"additional IB!. -. 1
4 V 'kYi Wi odbun addressed arcS pre-palJ by affixing pOll;ale stamp C.ual1 Sftut mi Key Went Fla. additl9Dai List"tor185 A I Unless taxes sad expenses Ire Quid? before dl1 o!

IN !843 thereto shall be charge only half of a cent fur each'ounce N. &,--Jacksonville JTrajrand- Unless taxes and) expenses ate void before day of'I ale
Horiliam Jovrnal '
lift wall dfl'ered the uomirmlinn of notwithstanding the postage .calculated oa'I I will please give the above h ale. C I R. B TAXOVA, Sheriff und ex-ff.

coy;: KMW, OF NEW IIAJIPMII1.K, each separate article of such package would exceed i their Bill to subscriber at Key W six iajertiMM It. tad use. R\\ B. CANOV.\-SbuiB"aoo> es officio I Tax Assessor: and Collector L I. C.

-.b&'llln.' dm lined, und was in the sonic year, that amount. The p.*tnfi oa all transcient matter ,, September 11, 1852 61* Tax Assessor and CsUector. s. J. C. I Juno -6. 1852.

'_ appr iaa'd shall be prepaid by stains or oiherwise, or, shall be June 26,1852. I -- .
charged double the raves hrst above j'j Tax
U TED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEY mentioned I CvtlectortfSale..
fur hew SEC., 2. And bo U further enacted, Tltat bookn.1 To ilcnf. Notice Y virtue of the
tliitiipsinro. "I power vested hi
TIlE me bylaw
i IN 1840. bound or unbowul aot weipluag over four pounds, pied by Mt8 Rita '11W .Ir in oarlitim hereby given to.B creditors and all parties concerned shall expose for ale before thrConrt House la
shad be derwed.ntuSabk and shall e.00' nooJ J
matter be
lie was tiWJMUiiiedUNHED :" charge* I orderrntuoderaate or any way interested ID the Estate of the city of at Augustine ea tae but Monday in
able with postage at one cent en.ounce for all' distance ; andpts-wiongma W. Miles late of Putnam October, 1859, the following described
bTA'iES deceased.
ENA'IOR, under three thousand miles, and two I immediately. Prrfrteoce to a family without coil-; Joseph county property, or
&b)f tkc Guv.'riior of fivw llanij.aiuic, but tor all distance over' three thousand miles cents an ounce dren. Apply to th too the expiralieo of six month from the abtertoc. so much thereof as will pay the State sod county
to which I shall apply ro the Coort Prcbate for the taxes asd til* necessary expenses aloe tbtiests
declined the honor. shall be added 4 E. CA It ;.
fifty per cent in all cases where the /
JIM 1840 tame may be sent without being pre-paWaad all I S.p'tniber 4,1852. aty of'Pbtowu afcresaid; for a float settlement of ISO acres third rate lard assessed to- C. sad G. I
my accounts with said haute sod a discharge a* Administrator Clarke being tbe half of
one OM
lie was tendered the rap adntmrnt nfIKD printed matter chargeable by weight shall weighed Jt Proclamutfott. thereof.BENJAMIN I tract, tie whole
UM'I, tt A. EH AlTCiliNEV GENERAL when dry. The publUfow of1 and ri t I tract was ordnsily granted to C. and G. Clarke,
newspapera -
pe it hereby given that an ELECTION CHAPMAN Admr. the other half is returned
by Mr.
"\ n rutttttKT rt edict! may aend to each other, from their NOTICE Jacob Micklersoutb
'LE, ) repectiveoffices held
throughout the State of Florida,on May 22J, 1852. of and bounding on Moses creek
Ilse! Ijoimr ail.d caa..u..t. .i| whir li high u!r; ofIJubhc.lioofhl ut pupa ge,one copyof vac h Monday,November 2Jproximo, fur Electors of Prea- 46, township 8 south 30 being in section

.live in however, rulu:!; rfiterwiinit liia dottriuiination publication; and may aUo send to each 1lual.ubecri.i ident and Vice President of the United d tales. Number FLORIDA dart from New t auk 90 and advertised for non range payment'east.of sfrr.i'ear.Double taxed .
itot lu lease tin t.r.uitaol her in their publications, bil s and receipts j t* be elm-en, three. Schr. I Ib49.'b0. sad '61. ALto
. ', | Get tb> same free df The Hay, 69 belt Flour 6 hhd*. Hugh, assessed for 1859, as perk
|1rrtvuW life, 'lxrrpt postage publishes. 8 f weekly Done at the Capitol in Tallahassee! this lOih Ifi bbls. Crnrk rs,60 sacks Salt and 124 .additional list.
cll/.c w ill t f kit in .ito nfVart I newppapeu may send to each avnul,, stkUcrtbei day'of August.A. D.. 1852. prat .
illan tie ixiuntjr.Mrbrr. 4-utir Mpere ere printed audpobliHltrdfUue gars ip B. E. Carr 10 boxes O. Hurt, t3un.l ry Alias
"- -- 1h ----"- .THO5. BROWNGaeernor.
104"--- ----- thereof free of .. packngcs to Ourlingamo & Hovvk, end others. 150 -
copy land bring
postage the GovernorAtiert acres one half of 300
bieukiti By : s acre tract
out us ts.v WAr with Mexico
on {
| Aud be it enacted
, .*t IIH iinintdiiiiely .tfEC.3, furtket Thai no. ..- C W. now l\tNG. Tax Collector Sale originally granted to C- and G.Clarkf',the other 150
parrp; dkalmagatineor other printed.pnptr ur Au:. ,,17, l8G!. Scmtary Statt. acres is returned by C. slier,all of which is situated
VULC)Tlii liKD All A Q... MuX LPIEU, shall bee entitled to be of the .ttd law Mantanzaa
squirm sent t .b* rues of -- mr LLL JM L..JI "! *"*** By virtue power y: in me by I shal\ on river being section 37. township !9
aura unllMt m Ii.o runksuskurti.la ;cartage iu .his act. ci theJblluwing c r OUCH U hereby gives fat apyticatiss will kniaur > for sale before the Court House in the snutb. range 30 east. Double taxed and advertised

the sniif } cur ditions be cb eived; First, It shall be sent wi hu nut N at the next sewMHI of the General Aaaem* city of St. August!** on the Ut Monday of January, i orooDpa'lneDI fcazel for yeaTa'l849/fiO.Vnd '61.

lit Ulilt any cover ur Wrapper c r iu a cover or wrapper open j' bly of the State .r Florida for a City Charter tor the I 8i3r the following described property,or so much Alroaeseaettferlfki2asperadditionilliat.!

Jf'.fAl'10Iri.D! UUIUADICR GENERAL ai the ends ur sides,so that tine' character ol'thc mater t t-1 11 I'I town of Palaika in Putnam County-or fur such an I thereof aa will pay the State and cooaty taxes lad the lJalns axes al .

f::' b> PiuKiiivui 1 l'uk. contaiaed t'aereiu mny be determined without removing -}' act of' incorpora iOIt (tit said Town as u'usual DUd I II necessary expenses due thereon sale. expense are paid before day ofT

I.. Iu vac IUIKW ).rnt such wrapper. Second, There shall be no i'1'I customary in such casts.August 0605 acres third rate I and, assessed to Francis i I R.B. CANOVA S'
..' .lie JflfllllllIl the battle f word or communication primed vn the same MU iu' 21st 1 1852. J. Avice being the Buena Vista tract and lying in lertfjnd ex officio
< I Assessor aid Collector
the .._. sections 43 and 4!} 97 96.1852.Tsx J.c.
:', tu.,'i U..IC. publication upon cover or wrapper the-ecfi except township.9 range east. Jane
I l11UltLUUilo., \ the uam'f and nddreasut the person to whom it Valuable unit Cur sale. Doable taxed nod advertised for Dos payment 0f i razell! _
, t ia to be sent. TAud.There fhail be n for e. for .. '48,.49. '50. Bad '5-1. ,Lbo vac used A Ordinance
".OLa\O' 1,1:1. Rtf 110 paperor other ; subscriber offers sale a tract of land co t JI t" explain certain parts of an Or
fttuiGARITA ibing enclosed In or with such printed paper; and T mining 10,000 acres, located in Towasbip 6. Additional List" for 1852.Unless I dinaxtprvfiiteing Boric and Cattit from i
go f'
LIE 11ELEN.i.e : a these conditions are not complied with inch printed R. 28 EL tear six IDile-creek which empties into St. j taxi and expense air paid before Ay otsale. I ing at large within the City ,/ St. "pt M.
roster shall be subject letter and River[ three mile below ,
; postage, all.m&tier : Johns Picolata,and, knownas
rmIirisp; pluudit* 'II Gcn.. "colt, \\'.,rtJit !i sent by mail (aunt one put 01 the United State* to ihe ."iluerta Grant." R. B. CAIfOV A. SbnIt and es-oi6cio. Be it Ordainfd by theMetre**AUtrnon of

sti.d C JI!1r w, >. Vfil
.m--l". r a..a '1tC.I.Jk'ra, tot his cmiduct uud visions of this act shall. anless the same be entitled: and tiwamp-tlie remainder u Pine land with Jane 26,1853. prohibiting bevies aid tstUe front ping tt Urge-

"' tavi'ry; Mad on the capture; ut tuu lu be teat free of postage, be cUargt-d wick kUer post-I, a heavy growth of pioejrees thereon. '. Pz-bat within the city of St. Aagasti,be s* esstrsed. sac

: cVy. ot )Ii'xico, Dud the{ virtual age. GERONIilO HUERTA3.A Office St. Johni .Coniitr* to subject sorb horses aid Cattle on.y witbra hereafter -

CLOKt i-FTHE WAR, tfrc. 4. And be- U fttrtker atetet Tl triC the July 31s&)85 AVQUST 21st, 1852NOTICE. described boundary to a fine that ate found at

RESIGNED HIS OJJilfSSlOK publisher of any iodioat. after being 'three mint ba -- -' large within the City vis: Within the City Gates-
AU person of color residing b the
I South, and the lot of the U.S. St. Francis Barracks-
cn.t .urd but liwnr uud previously notified that bi* publication in not taken TO LET. of SL Johns .
rt u tu the practice ntpriilcMiott who-are within the scope North and within of the the '
out nf the-fffice to width it u sent for delivery,icon dweU'ng House and Kitchen.on a lot containing eny part tiveron East
1.la ,in which he him coniinued, of the subjoined Act of the General Assembly of gjdei to of the Western shore of Marist i
.linue tr forward such p..bUcatiua in the mail the two acres of ground will be leased for the term any part
post Florida notified that without
iovi tiunuml und all are hereby they most Sanchez
ix"j-t-cn-d Ly Creek of said City.
matter to whose office such pubhvation is of twelve years.-Thc premises are situated oa the ,
ubo sent Joey delay comply with it* requirements in the matter of i.
lutes Passed
him until in Council May 17,1859.ICMANUEL .
dirpose cf the tame for the postage, uilexs: the pub- west side of the river &t. Sebastian and known IIIra. electing Guardians; or they will each and all, hi ,
18.4 J. Da
Usher shall it old whenever uiauercf ; .Hauhatua place adjoining lot of Col. Humph
be pay any printed failure thereof be presented to the next Grand Jury o
alien wan uuualuuuuaiy noniioutrd. by the any description received. during pae quarter ">f,the rey.. :It is a very desirable situation for keeping aid county for misdemeanor. '1 J Mayor Pro Ten.H .

Ntttiunul.' pcinociMtiu Cutivuitioiu < c al year ball have remained in, the office without tmlch cow and poultry,and goe '..for a. gin e1z G. HU lfl'1lR EYoi.Judge of PraoaUvSccrtoir Attest
nt OahiBions fur I being called fur during the whole of any succeedingquarter For terms apply -at this. CHAS. Ilioia, Clerk of the Council. ___
I. Be it tll.dt4. the Senate and -
I'REI.BEl\. THE UJV5TED the postmaster at such ol6ee shall sell ,the June 19, hris3 horse af Sepretentativet of the State of Florida in A n ordinance to.amend tan Or
STATES I utne,and credit the proceeds of such rail in his "" 2lL dlunuce prohlblUiHr HonoaaA
General Aftemblf rammed That fam and afterthe
Ho has rkhy! dek'ived ul ih rata puanerly accoi regulations, and after of this Act free DflroellDd free tt cattle from 5olttff at lars witbla
vbitlerifd tilt him l,y bas feiluw rit zr taus, U), .ucb notice as the Post Office Deyartmit soali pre. *, Rebec Bmiett Compt. t r.C81CUT. toe passage over the age of twelve yean shall be required mn to- abe Clt, 01 1S1. A .1IIe.

di.tattkutsbtd to'Vicim to his btale und Kribebee.* t' Bill fir UiTOrce' have a guardian who may be selected by the free D ionIa t by the Mayor a** AS&nte* of

the (.Ylltt) at 1a. c.. I S. And oe it further enacted, Thai if much Richard Barnett Drft ) negro or free mulatto,and hi ease such (see negro oren the Lity of & Avgiulief That II' alwlt also

TIe rxnttrd punty ..! Inn tuivntu und pubpuutuagipuutuag I 1C of the second tectinn ot the act entitle -"Aa act to Due proof having been made to me that Richard free children shall be minors seder the age ef be lawful for the City Hanaal, to resort to the i -

('h.f..clel; his chair nnu "'' modify and reduce the rates of postage in the UniirdStates Barnett the defendant in the above cause resides out of Years,it shill be lawful for tit father .r mother ; ss Mayor, the owner or keeper of any horse, mare,

.jiid.nteinrhis manly ultd uhtulh'.nl alA for other purpose: a oroved M ices the State of Florida to wit; (b the State of Loasiithe Da, the case may be, to choose a gpardia for the geldiay colt or male sad also any esw, rifer*
third eighteen bvndred and.hftyoaaam relates to it is ordered that aid Richard B"rDtlt.PI tefor bull, ; calf found running within the
con.i.u ncv in the hdvuvnry and du hereby the and In all eatw4uueverr; die person chosen 0 or st large
:' lenceol bill polnicni principle pottage or free citcdaUen or traruactlon of newspapers ar and plead answer or demur to this Bill filed in guardian,,shall gobefoce th judge of Probate ot the the City of 8t. Augustine ; contrary to the provisions
; ; periodical aw other prisArd matter,and all said orfwfore the first of December of ,""Ordissnee horses '
I bill -htarrlt-d cause on Monday eounty iav which Ike er tbs may reside, and it shall be aa prohibU f and
worm iwio
und pit ther provisions.f law bconsistent with' the yrevisionsof next or the same will be takrn U confessed sp list the doy .die Judge of Probate, if he shtll be sat Cattle from going at large withia tie eity 'of St.

tty uinuiuiv otoinjKiniiiftii this act are hereby repealed. him :Provided thai SJODOJ .fthe order be pablishJd ia Wed a tt.the fitness of such person to give a certificate \ Augustine. .

; ; hit ear Fee. 6. And kit further elotted :Tb&t when, a some publis newspaper ol this Stats for the space of tinder hit seal of office! to the persatvchoseassfoardtsa. n Passed CoancU February Tab, thus?. r _

" dent, und nciivu list of analled-fur-letlrn shall be published njt three months before the said first Monday edweb Decem E. J. d. MEDICES, ilajot Pro Tem.
effort* In IKJ- foreign (Uofftuge said list shall pab1ilbed yin beir. Attest :

ii : ;" Ittlttrttbe sew/>paper .assist the largest circsJation within the August 3d, h. D.18s2. Sra.: 9. Bt it fnrtbr r '.That all guardians CHAB.* HAAGERc. c. :

GREAT rfilN'CIPLES OK 1 HE DEMOCR1 1C '[range of delivery of Slid office JOS. B.LANCASTER.d '- eC face _goes or free mubttoes shall have power "" ,
r Approved August'30,1852. Florid to-irate for sod recover all such sums of money as are JYotice. '
,1'AR.tV. Southern Circuit State ot
.. --., .-...-_1..,.,, I or may hereafter_be owing to such free negro, or free
A will be
node the
true to General
aided copy.J.
eloquence at once niiraciive,
mulatto, and shall nave control fiver ich APPLICATION
Charlcntouaad Florida L1ue.it the same i
&L at its
IIl1IunlII"\o till BjUBxy-xtyClerk c o. neat sesrioa for sn'
Gnu i cun
convinriny -. free negroes or free mulauoes, s* i b possessed by I
11 set amendatory of tae saagtst of the AUaatie and
iII vpm-d! tu make him unanimously THE SPLENDID NEW PACKBT TEASIER.JFLOILDA Notice.once guardians lip other case. I I Gulf( Railroad tempo

. re'CuJtllz'od \\J ia hereby given that six week after'date, "Pasted the House of Representatives July 5th August 14,1852. 3mc
l. A? HOME, AS 1 I will apply to the Hon.Judge of Probate of St. 1848. passed tbr Senate July 7th 1848. Appointed

i NEW 1I 1JP IIIRE'8 FAVORITE EON CU.\RLEJ WILLEY COMXAXDEB.W Johns County, for letter ot Administration on tbeEa'aleoa by the Governor January 8th &" TO LARGE PL411T li8.- '

1t tfedvibcy' have also .atroiiKJy. appealed to NOW ccn-Ung. tegular ( Nicohis 8t ache:a minor,late of said Comity

. i the cocrtiU-nct and legaxdlbr his frlluur coun I ly oa the Line betweeaCbarirston deceued.BAR.TOLO TO POSTJHASTEBS. Talnable or.Laad for l .

tgtlttDihruu isuutibeUniuntba1 and the tit, PONCE. POST OFFICE STAMPS THE ssfiscriber as Agent of the several owaer

I IN' 16i3 John's Hirer. BL Angastine July.3d 1853. undersigned.;Postmaster at Piesssat Grove for sale some of the most vaksbJe hndsin '
I L The following schedule has been adopted wbkh THE East Florida to wit: .
KB WIUU OB TIll 4IH or MARCH, KUATJGUBATED JYtoticz.LL !I PDl Co. Msryland,was the first person ioi 800 seres Valuable hammock i
shows the boon of arrivals and departures from the. csaeeived lust undertook land.West ofFkmactoa. -
AT WASBHIOruV various ports : A PERI ON$ u Creditor, Rein Legatees the U S. who extensively .knows a* tae Gibbs Loads Mark Co..
idea of supplying all offices with
Aa THE : Leaves ChSriertoa Taesday at 3 o'clockr.x., 1. and others having claims against the Estate of topublisbvthe post IlO aoes near the Alachoa Savanna known av
ate CWEP taAGISTRATE OP\HE REPUBLIC t LnntlJa'klOlldUeWecnndll.at3' MCOLAS SANCHEZ deed..Ute of 8t Johns Cower cheap stamps. All stamp made by bins are war 1 the GiRl Gnat. .
\ \ ruled e ty deceased are to exhibit the authenticated 1400 in tan Febsco
Leaves Pieoiata Wednesday, at 7 required same whenever acres Hammock Mil New
tae price..t
1e Nnorai the daughter cl Enoch, was not mar* &CTVKSIX0. \. by the oath o(the party within two years from procured at sane detective any da-are asasriHe. known u the Lewtaa taD i
or anssdsfettsry,
'J'd until gibe wa 680 yeara old I' Be ul cooJ Leaves Pilatka Thursday, st 7 o'clock i; a...k the date hereof ntwis they will be baaed bf law' seat oat. shall ia say be way forwarded on notice, without Several thoossod acres good sad fa thin Anedonda -
t" eor, .14 maids have "' and:*tt> persons indebted to the aid Estate, are rejjoired eUesies Grant
I you jet a hope. Leaves Plcolsta 10" ; eharzel All who order**et of stmpvwrrB CTL.JWrosDATM. -
Actoncy-nao who WAS once consoling a Leaves Black Creek" 1" I lat. to make Immediate payment to the subscriber st Two Dollar oDJy-fof thirty pieeesj-j 7000 acres oa Halifax: River Ssatii of Su Asgttstine -
aC: x taw Leaves'Jacksonville Friday.al 3 UK.The MAURICIO SANCHEZ, Admr. sdlibitsja, ,known ss tie Balow Phatsdoa feaviof 809
on death ol her husband spoke hi o : Sept 95.1859. shall be kept stamps of had
of **f1.iuUlIODe, remarking that ho wens One accommodations for Psasengers are aunrpsss-.,t Address ">CJd 4Iaster Plessai Crave,Aueghaav acres And several oarav other bodies. of.for ease hammock sad cotton.land N
.i\el td lbs le*. Bucb jewel of a ChrMta n: )ou ed by any boat ever placed on the 8}.John's.' Freight Billiard Table and TeD, Pin Allcr.AT c. navigable waters _
I to lwt Bud and Passage as low aa by any other lioej Any further I the Magnolia Retreat s.d.Jt'bllee. b
hi rqual, you know." To which open throughout the The tides are andoosted sad terms low-Apply
+ .
thewbb information can be obtained by applying to eitherof said .Evening. .
itg wife replied! with an aJI'Dw1'ro / to GEO.fi. FAIRBANKS.
"I 1. ke beane, "111 be I wall.." the undersigned Agents. I NOT 29 ao48tf 8. MIRANDA. A PPLICATION will be made to toe General Assembly Feb 28.1852. \ St. AagastinsFtorkla.
J W CALDWELL Charleston.BELLECHAS131 at the next salon thereof for a char-

, t Ao that Clock right ocr there asked yiaiI iiS1Jb"r i- & & o'INKGAN, Public McetlnB-Private Rooms,Stdng ter incorporating a company to construct a Rail Openlnj Oranges.. Lemons Ap>-

Otbl"r cta,. t f Jacksonville.. .for temporary purposes, alway ia road across the Peninsula Florida under the style Now, Potatoes Prune. Pea Mats, saocctediPreserves

gfpt.95.l85i, i ,tf NOT 29 DO 4.8lf S. MiRANDA A uat 14th 1852. 3m. Jl&rca27 B. L CAB.L, {

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'Btulticu Directory.Mognola. f For the county of Marion, the nfirst Monday o in Tax --Collector, Sale. FORWARD & TOWLE J I STABILITY-SECURITY I'ERl'KTUlTY-

,Hotel. On St. George Stieet,north ol r December. I I virtue of the power vested in me by law.|j XHlf SOLICITORS rqOOOOU
For the ccnnlies of Machua and Levy, on the second By ATTORN EYS ATTV TIle r.r.'FEf INiluANcE
the Public Square and one door north e)1tbe Metho- I Ull1 pruIfoeibCoenHoflr 1'e 1 -nl1rILt
ML t Church.' Monday in December.___._... > n l; r InlhTcily ot du Aujtusline, on ib'first-Monday of. IN (:UAN(, RY. COMPANY '

..FlwUtJ..H.-O..Treasorr- TN---r- '0'1he "" F6rTH rcwumyof" ) Columbia, on' the third Mondayin January, 1853, following' described property or .L.Jrij1kMl f3SfmJ: OF NEW YORK NO.35 WALL St.. ,- -

Public q11S. ; i December. I I .o much thereof as will pay the' state and co' nty FLOJCIDA. I .wrr :.muat.d "Fund.Nov. 1849|$0OI ,- /
Ct ,, Oo Charlotte and ,Bay,:Street,* few The U.S. District Court, at St. Augustine. on the ," taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon. 000securely invested in Bond and Mortfsge
,' Uh PobUe : | first Monday in April j \VM. .A, FORWARD I IIMONTOVLE.. and Brooklyn and stocksofthe /
W. E.tohhe quare 2623! acres third rate land, assessed to Santos on real estate In this city /
'1"''i'tanUrt Hotel. Oa Charlotte Street and Treas- TillS, TZLAVELLER'S GI1IDE. Rn. riguez.being near Ihiu's Lake and .lying in section Late of St Augustine, East. Florida. 1 I State and City of New York and United/' ,

1 4iry Lin-;northof the Public Square,annexed to the FROiTciIARLESTON- 45, towotbip 12 south, range 2d east. Dovr'a States Government. ./

'F'urida, ."' ,ROUTES taxed and advertised for non payment of taxes (cr ART UNION OF- PHILADELPHIA-' This l.rapidt.l Increasing bjr a widely!.," .) n.

"j' "BOARDINO. Jioosqs.". ; New- at the year 1 85 1. Also asttrssed for 1852 as per"Additional Incorporated bf the Legislature of ded and prosperous business.
Mitt rat;.. .On St. George ritreet, a few doors From Char"Zefn York. : List. PeuiiyIvnnIa. I The Company eclated14 dividend ol profit/offif.
Court Hof se and Public Square. 31-2 o'clock P. *, By Steamer. Wilmington of ,FOR I I all existing policies 31st
B.urh of the To Peterebcig Ui.leas taxes and expenses are paid before day THE PROMOTION OF THE ty-two per cent on on/me
W0: N Pap,. Oa Bay itrett,, corner of Day. andGidei ,mUe.-B Railroad to Weldon 162L miles.: Creek- ale.. 'dll.T8. OFDI1SIGYlJr. T112 of January,\1848. at.? ill!
Aeqoia ,
..I t' .6J.-To Richmond 22.-To All divide "
Lane. officio the Profit are
R. B. CANOVA.Sheriffand ex nmonr
70. dteamer Washington n 55.-Bf Railroad 10 UN ITfcD STATES.OFFICERS. .
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"1 DOCTORS. LM; / Tax AuftIlOI iud Collt'clor.J.! e. I t -- -tkoJusnrgLc 4/ 1
To New-York -- -- -- --
',,>D cf. F. Weedo Office at hii Dwelling' House Baltimore' 40. +To Philadelphia .; June 26, 1852. I, The premiums payable. ill CD /(nonalJ"lm-

on Bridge Street. :' : 87. Total distance," 771 mile Time 60 hours.. I I! USURY C. CAREY, Pretident. WIM.IAM D. KELLE-T annually, or quarterly* interest being added on the '.

44 DoctJo\ B.'Peek. Office on St. George. Street, 8,10. Charl Fut. Tax Collector Sate. Vice Prendtntt. EDWAKD P. MCTCHELL Treatrer deferred payments. / .

la few doorsNorth. ofthe Court.1I0u' e." .H The "Southerner" (the Steamship 27th ) leaves o'clock ,. *. B IY virtue of the powe. vested io- me by law J ', E. II. BOTLER.Recording Secretary, The eash principle adopted by this Company
t. tenth ot April
DRlIOGlt:51' /
every day/after/ nU( expose for sale before the Court House in GEORGK W. DEWET Corretptnding&e.00 cures to the parties for whose benefit the insurancesare
,! '1' C Zytttra' Chemist and IsuggetChatIOtte. Thro in CO hours Fare State-Room) $25. the city of St. Augustine orf the first Monday of effected the whole ftClki advantages, without
From ,Charle ton to PAiladtlpAiThe Ofprey January 1853, the following! described or them the' drawback of
Street. property MANAGERS : subjecting to heavy accumulated -
I other 4 o'clock
1 at ,
leaves Charleston every Saturday, '
; so much thereof as will pay the State and county premium. notes. ,
LAWYERS.C '.,. r. M.-through in 60 hour Fare $20. I taxes and necessary expenses due thoreon. John Sartain, Charles Toppan, James S. Wallace! Persons may efleet ius4'ranc on their bwfl live
Law ofSce-on Ar- From Charleton to Ne\D-Otleant. Leaving dailya I Olio Town Latin the of St. Charles Macalesiej, &II.Jutler. Heprr S.Patteraotf.MrD. -
: e fl. '6i1d. Cnsellor, at city Augusttne owner and tM Jives OLbfJ1t./A married woman can in-
10 o'clock A. M. By S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 ; CLarks G. Leland,William D.'Lewis
unkuown situated Marine -
L&ue. I on adjoining cure the life of her hoaoami,the4benefits of"hich are
j and-Councillor miles.-By Georgia Railroad to ,Atlanta 171.-By lot of J. and therefrom ,Joseph,D. .StewartM. D., Edwin R.Cope;
: !: Pi2k212. Attorney. W. Swiney, leading directly secured by Jaw fort cxcluste use of herself or chil- "i
: Macon and western Railroad to Griffin, 42. By Fdward rV Mitchell John 8. Hart A M? .
"k jttwbthce Picolato slreet. aGeot ; 004 south to a lot of Francis P. (Sanchez, returned by dr D. I i
toOpoltka'35.:-By' Railroad to Montgomery James L. Clachom.Ervry "
it'lt airbail. A&Lorne1&Dcl Counsellor at Stage Pettr tenet.! Double taxed and advertised for nonpayment ala
Clergymen !! other dependent upon7 salaries
Steamer to Mobile 331. To New-Orleans
65By -
't of taxes for 1849 'fiU.and '51. Abo
thi House. ( years
Ji Court
,.W--i' 166. Total distance 1,000 miles. Time 123 hoars. assessed for 1852 ae per"additionaf Mi'iiiber. for the Tear 1851. are specially invited ro avail themselves of a re
list."r a
Will rte fur each source whereby their surviving familts be secured
lyt. Subscription of FIVE Douuxs may
i: "I I PUBLIC OFFICES., Fare $39. ,Unless taxes awl( -expenses arc paid before. day of I Ink ofIIUNTING'fON'S rem the evils of penury : ,

0 P.st Office. Q..fi. UamblM, Post Master, Court from Charleston to Nw-Orl n'yiz Savannah, a print 1 explanatory*, of'Uif principles of Mutual
,1 daily at 9 A. M. By Steamer to Savannah 140 mites:_ R Do C.\' OV.sheriff nud ex,off. I UCJnU TI NA AND HER' Life Ins-ufance,and illustrating !'* advantage, with

t-- Surveyor General Office* B. A. Putnam Sur- -By Central Railroad to J/acon.and; Western)Kail- Tux A S ct>sur utid Collector s. j. c 'CHILDRES"Engr forms applicationmay be obttuufd at the office?ot .q

General on Hospital Street,corner of Artillery road to Barneaville 40.-By Stage to Opelnka 100.- June 26,2852( ud ly JOSEPH ANDREWS, Boston the Company,35'\VaUst.prpfaoy pf its.agents.JoB -
T ttrand Hospital Street. By Railroad to l\fontlomery65.-Dy Steamer to Mobile AND THE COMPANION, / 1'RUSTES.- .

Land Office..-A. T, Noda, Register of Public 331.-To New-Oileans 66.Tot n I distance 1,032. Tnx Collectors Sale. A print HuntiHgton" "MERCY'S DREAM.E .., ColIl l's, David C Coldcn,

Land* office in the Court House.: : miles. Time 77 hours. Fare $39. 50. y virtue of th-- power vested in me by law I >.graredby A. JL RITCHIE, New r rk. Vm J Ilyslop! ,, Alfred Edwards,
Thoi, T. JiuttelL Receiver. office' in Court I MISCELLANEOUS TABLE. shall expose :for sale befureilie 4 'oun Ilouw.'n Or the choicer ofany two of the fo loving R H McCur/7. Win Beth."". !

J Distances. ForeTime.. the city of:t. Auguttinr on ihs first Monday' Four. l feplciidid EIJrn'lu&M1 Ered Winston Joseph Blunt.. .
JiJSffe of Prelate. (G. Hmnphrey's Judge,) office To Athens, Ga., 221 m. $7,95 20 h. Jan. 1853, th- following described property or so viz1. -: / C W Faber, Isaac Peanon, / ''

in the Court House |"J'1 ,' u > r ; I t"Chattanooga: Tenn., 445 13,12 31 much thereof es will pay tbe state and County"taxes .-JOHX'-KftOX'S INTERVIEW WITH MART QCEE/or John P Yelverton Henry Wells, '*.- "

Peter !!/'D m4'. Clerk Circuit "Court, office 'in "(:olumba. 8. C., ,130 4.00 8 and the necessary expenses due thereon. SCOTS,Painted by Leutze, I ngi'avedly Surtuin. Theo S&dgwiekWm'Mooff'. .

the! Court House. "'Caindcn.S.C., 142 4,00 9,1? 50O.acres'ihird rate land aae*cd to the heirs of : 2.-RITII AND KOAZ, Painted ly Rolhtrmel,EiAraredbv Stacy B C ohms, Zebcdee I'ook,

Rafael B.: anor. SbtrUrlnd,Tax Cullector.office UHah1 ur!, S. C., 136 j i i 4jOQ) ) "R Ij Sebaaiiaw ll" above lhe>head of North Uiver, Sai tain / John H .swift* Irma Mflk ;'* 'A i\

in the Court House. j "MerupiisTvun.! 740 .' ,28,00 lying parity" in tection 42, township 3, ijwl$tt 3.-MERCY'S DKEAMPainted by flu zitiuglosi,. John VadiwurthDnvidt <*oin.oek;'.. .

Collector of Ctttlom John M Hanson, offieerPlnntera I i Passengers fox either of the above places! lenvt- :range yjtust, and.tclii>u3!>, township 4 south i a u >: I red ly Ritchie. / S M Cornell.Gouv Ruben Slmyier ,' >
Hotel., Charleston, daily by S. C. Iailuadai 10 o'clock 2U eaot. Double taxed and advertWil fur 0,01'8Y- .a.-C JUtTIANA AND HER t'lIILDREJf.Pfll'/jffJ by Hunttitglon M Wilkins Jai n" (:Chambers '

Itigjiector of Cutlomt. Ora Howard, office in A. X. mcnt of toxeu lor IcSUaud 1651. Also a:estcil to; ** Engraved by Andrew. John V L 'ruynJasephTuckernjjs: ,, .

Howard Buildings, Market square. IWi ad ptr "additional : i A nd n copy ofibePIiIIatleIphIa- / Fred Whiltli-wy Aloyes H Grinnel! ,. y! 1 '
/. H. B" IOII. Judge U. S. Court Northern Notice to Limit Creditor &C. Uuletxi taxes .and expenses are paid before day o1! Art Union Reporter, Cbariea Ely '. Wm J Thinker ,. t.
House.G. I LL indebted the E. of l'eter C. ; '
to Oiftrict of Florida, office in the Court A persons to ate A '
tale, monthly pamphlet containing%report of the trnns- John C Cruger Eugene7 VJ.1 lb. .
A. FairUnki. Clerk U. S. Court, office in JlSL Zylstra, late of tit. Johns County deceasedare 'R. D (\\ -OV.\, SIirrifl'j.nd>ir.I I actions the Institution, on ( information ou the Walter Joy, FinncisS S Laihrop' -

the Court House. requested to make,payment without delay : And Tux AtM'&tur i subject of the Fine Arts. Alfred 1VI1 J O i1u
.1 I uu Deputy Martial. George I. Zchubaur .office in further notice la given that all dehu.and demand, uti THHOUUIiOUT IJtYWI10Ll'VOnlD. ..
Juno '6. laiJ. ,I JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President.
whatever nature against said E.tatcrnui (be exlulu
the Court House. I .
'IJUSTICESOF THE PEACE. I ted within two fom this date; and nil Creditors. --4- -- --- ------------ )1CJ ISAAC ABBATT, Secretary.JOSEFU ,
Tax (Cutlecfor'( Sale, The Art Union or. k at'elpbia awards in Br.u.rr Counsellor.G .
prires ,
Gad. Humphreys. -office in.the. Court House.Gev. Legatees and persons entitled 10 Jiiril"utk>n, whofhal'n' !
.' .1' PkiUip*. Notary Public-oflicd on Day t present their clajma and demaiuU. wiiinu the tail BY iriteof the j-cwer iered ipme bylaw i's o\\u Carti..cate, ,vuii which original Amrricnn R. FAiRBAaicjt, Agent S?. Ausuitine1 Fla',. .
hili sale i ei'ore thi-Court \\'olkb u.\rl"IIIY bypunhabed in any pan ut the I1. CJ Iftb.; --- '
Street, a little North of the Market and nm dour period, will he forever barred. xpOM tvr Ilouv in
o th. Post office. ,.J! !, All business relating to paid! Eftnt will be transected tne riy of N. auguMine on the fitot Monday ii.Qcctr Mates, at the opu/n And sek-clioa oi theptieiwho 1fjJ
obtain .rize W n tuf
CITY OFFICERS. J I by my Attorney. I I': B. Guu!
M3yor-Gad Humphrey '- .; \ EL1ZABKTH: ZYLoTA. Admr. much tlieuof as'will pay the State and county Auniial DiHirlbuUou, ST. A UGt1&'l'l E, C. F.

L.sqeeact Andrea I St. Aoguitin-, July 17th, 18'2. _8wks taxes and the 'iit-ctfeaiy t"\1|>?ni4 due thereon Which laleatftacr an the hrenhtg I'lItt last iccek .'- -' ; J

Ps41s Ara>1 \ Ltd ',1 i 1Q9 acre third rate In ml n."sep.'ed to I. ansi 'G.Claikr I / dry i/i nIT! Yf ar.. fr4 TillS I 8".AIIL18JIJI hu
tmfn. ? ,
d. .*,Medici i :l Valuable Laud for sale. being th? one half of one tuct the whole! Tile rxncuri.K IOMMHTEE OF TilEAk'J' ;i Il.f tsdere'nu Thururh; RlpatrtMnsrui 1&1
j ,' ,!| fiTlHE subscriber offers for sale a tract of laud conH C. ;. / UNION.
F. J. Qaineey. tract w an ortinaily granted to and I. Clarke, t- (Prsm.s, i* nowfot 'rrd/'for .
"! Clerk of tht.City ,Council:Charles. Il agtr" office _, raining 10,000 acres located in Tow -hip 0. the other half M reiuiucd by ,\Lr. Jacob Micklcrtouiliof \ortquettelwlectwork9of.Ut,without: cliarge t&'ct'I'i( 1I CVm/>/try. FAMILIES AND
:' at the Council room. I\ R. 28 E. near six mile-creek which empties into :1. and boundinp un \IOzve creek being in section / or comprnsuiion, from their TUANS1 i\TiUJAliUUt: !* bu\c
"; 'CI ia/ and Clerk of the Market, F. !'. Jphns River three miles below Pitfluta, and known 46, townjLipBbouth. rangf 30 east. Double taxed x uftij r.I. .L KKV, :Jill tJlESNU1' S-rnE&T, can- "1IIIChJUIllarlmt'lIls. 'I

Feireira. ,, f ft } oa ihe."Huertas Grant." nnd ndrcilitd for non p >ruent of taxra for years1t49'b I "ur tI.vt't" pei>ono in the t'Ul1nlryVllu may live te- '> / {
PORT WARDENS. I A moll portion of said liact is composed' of 110mI (). nutL'Ai. ALu Iatc lied for i:52,.as *i>erzdJito&I I/ mote fiuuiUaierie, ,or public exhiLinoiia'Fiie 'u.C tta.1 ItoolJlll, Airy Clonsi, nnd' Tf! --

/'. C. Zylttre Charles Hanger' Jo*. E. fo,, r.-' I mock and Swamp-the rcmairJrr is Pine laud wall .k1t. /1 ,.ttta.uscriptIons IU" it%ell, tiiriaiih 'dIiuiiLioiucljr ;
Ii a heavy growth of pine trees thereon. 1 I '' Diotiiin? \Vah1hl2I.'I'Iie .
. Ab' /
AUCTIONEER. I GEHONIJ10 1IUCRTAS. of rn<*iiitifr! ,hp! $">, Mil! be .unJ,., ll&v'e I I't iI l nowrt ns win rf j rD"1' ; II
,.j.Center.F. P, Ferrer and J. A Siriacha.t July 31st, 185 .: fTO .i 15O aens lan.l,being; one Im'f! of a 300 aerrfnctoriginally early as P.tlICIICl1hl k, ',: m ta euiiiliin-nil of f I Built, r."prc.sl with It'it.V tu, the nfcwo* :
i I granted to O and {. Cia.kl',th other 15Iac 1:1
-- '- -- numhers ot th it-p.irter" while wili br due I
) Jam'titt v-'HrdY
Jitiif ;
ul ittfier, 'inc
LET.Adwcll'ng 'i" ia utuiiird Ly ( ilicr, oil of tfliicii' LiiuaJeil ;
t MERCHANTS.Burlinjrame : I Uou.c aDd Kitchen on n !containing I on ..Miiiinn7'i rivrr, being section 37. itm-uthip 9 I I wurueu.upon the. receipi" ,_ ot. .the, .liitm-y, ':u any-' parothecuuu&y. |- built ofV\"c_ > !, with 110<>u>>< Ctt1I1t'\"IuJ.l',

,_ & Howk.-.Corner I of St. George 'ground' will be leaned 'U-r the It rni Miuili, ronjce: 30( entt. Double tnxtd ntil IIJ\'I.uk-ell! Tlie lbs S.'errt j will < lug Vlti.lr, &c., which rt'iidiTvS if 1-111 t ,
: I oniry net giv lotsuhscriIitlulleurrrIfluttPect .
and Treasury Lane. ole ale and Retail, dealer I of twelve years..The premises are eituatid cu the fornonjwjineut of taxes for years 1849/511,and 'SI. hiD v be Tuade lu 1 aJupt os. Fin'plarrs! BUruIi tu winlr.wf' I
: Urroght Carr. west ride of the river M. batjr.n, fauJ kiiuvuiMr ; A!-l'tJl'nuJfur Ito-.uej-tr adJiLiuyfl 1m.I'tiKrs I GbUUUr DLU I ,1&(., ') t'I."ui'H! DM 1'IiZZ.I Pronicniidu Tw4J< I'
of all kinds U- : : I.Y.CVrcv ,
of tir" quality Family '
East side Charlotte Street, North *. Hnnhnms plnce, adjoining lot of Col. Hump'i'reys. !}f Jtics: aud expenses are pnij before .!ny of t.nJlng Secretary, t I IIuiidr ft. Pfotu-itiiii tri'tii ILiins O OIII --j
No. 2 ,
r qi-ors&c. I It }s a very ,durable bituouwii fur k't-piug ui.. / 210 CIILSIIU111Ce1,1'1oII..Ihi1.I1In I \Vittits.&.;., Infilling II t >inihtoCF.TK AT haW 1'p, -
Public "
F-( ufthe 6'fofefur squaresr *. peeler in Staple and Fancy Dry milch cows and poultry, and goo.* IUlld for a garieuF -P.D. C.iXOYArr.S 'and ox offico: ___ _sJ I coiiliiivnu tit ut all MH.-oiis nf thu year. I. .- Uw

k- IOOdllVrat side of Charlotte street, a few doon 'r terms apply at this ull'.ce Tux A"scuor .iul CoUi.cior.s. .3... Adll1ui..truhi 1LaIft. I Tli- \Ui'Uao IS Mlliatrd! !cill : Sio.\\h. 1 .rt'lnat.f.1
June 19, ItsS2. June 26, JE5;. / itiott, nuit retired from other D\\'c1 w
.. Lane jm> :f.
South Treasury
. 1f Y p'-mib-Kim of tile !!v tin Court of Probate '
11 Nth -V. Wakeman. Wholesale and Retail dealer'j* Y virtue ot thepuwer vested in me brlaaholl ()- 1 ItD Ordinance li> cfplaiy/cet'lttin parts nf an Or. JJ t.t5t.-Juliu. Cone ly, w lit l lie '01.1 l,a' the C
j' of Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store I > expose for Hale! be'ore _tne Court Hout tiinume firiiliiliiluiif tlnres and Cat tig tit>m llou.-e in the City c>f M Au.usuoe. 011 Mnuiny she I I'urh\t.rc, IHtiinjf, S"'tsiii! M>miixiiiitlcotirnii ;'& fulfc'l

Ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store door at Mellon ville on the Hot Monday of August ut e'iciUiiutlie Cily ..( 67. Auline.going ::JJ.dar j 4ugu.t U :.'.at 12 M. ibr M>wins&> (enlirifcirit \' 'IICM itt ticrul' Fui AccumiiiuJalion&iifr \ :

,. Charlotte street Howard's Building. I, next the following described trncts (.f land or to -of the .t.l*tIf the la;" VOUHH Unua. tieifnml mil III! >tu ;pa.sd.. ;-I"
Misses S. tf N Pinkham. Dealers in Fancy ]' much thereof as w:lI pay the taxes due thereon he Lie' it Ordained w :(he AJayjf and'Ald-?n "f ; to ykit ; A I 1..1 or pnrce.-of gruupd with he 'ihe ttcM vnnifil Rrru'fttfop ihh linn Hi!. .
' Good, Ate. opposite the Planters Hotel on East The (;"z (it.. AvgttlinCt That die Oriiiuauce has uu.nr1u'"t..r itcqitiri-d.it will bctb!
: I tl State of Florida and Co-.nty.of Orange for the jcnr J Luiiiiigihern' ,n'titialfd. the City of -St. Augustine t'rt ,.! C
- tilde(f r hart *ttutrtet.I 185Ito. wit ; I pioliibiting Iu'Ur Ii faiui cattle 'IroKi poingat largfwiibiu f ttnd 110m!. d 08 i'uilow, WUirly ; oil the Wot Pr.1.ri6tnsMvs, VVlruiiu Lu !1I..tlltn. Bud .''- .

, ,Pedro B,.". Dealer Groceries, Provislons1&c. f 5( acres pf Land in Tu 1uU 'swamp, belonging tlifcilyX>f St..Augustine. b<* PO construed, as by George Stu'it ; cu I be \tonb. l'y lot of D.iriu fur,ihv I tie riil Patrunngu' luTLtufbre, 1.E ,: 14.ii
;1" corner of Cuna aDd'lSt. George street j or suppoted to belong to VVm G Foot returnedby to utject! .urf hordes and Cattle i.n.y within here t Allen ; ou the J"ouili by lot of James ll'.rlbert, and lurnK (luTtUanlvs; ;

t F. I. Ociacjf ,Watch ruAlier aq4 Jeweler' on Benjamin A I'utnam. after docul nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. large witluii the viz Within the City Gated Ei4
: George srree CiIY. : containing, one sixteenth of au cere, more ur less. $3I
TA... NtUjn. Retailer of Boots Shoes,' Caps I Also, 350 acres belonging or supposed to belongto South, sml the lot ot the U.S. tt. Francis Uanmks CunJitiuus't.al'h. CiuucOystersTurthFi>h, Duceu"t-r'
il, Hats and Dry Goods, east aide Charlottee street, Chariot T Gobert, returned by William A. .For Norlb, od within any part tlf the liver on the East ANTONA Mil CIICOCK, Admrx. 'I'urktysmsnd: 'SlielF 1"n, wliich 0.101.. IMW ::12

! corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. I sid",,(o any part' of the Western' bore of Maria St AugMsti.ie.21bt! 12. .,ur Utvers unit, Fon-sts itlMiumf. --TW of-, !

- Lawrence .4ndr' .. Tailor, Charlotte street, 'ar4.1110, 900 acres belonging or supposed to belong Sanchez Creek i>f aid City. imire Hunters. ..,,'spcrtilr; ,,cxvldsive.ilorw4 .1 )"" .r"f IJa \. .

t near the Fort. to Robert Martin, returned, by B A Putnam, I rUbscd in Council May I 17, If32.KMANl'EL TOTHKun.lereigned OSwa'ltJ'STEIU; ,hIuu,'. ..t.iiI F I

''. '.' I John, Utina. Boot maker Charlotte street near J SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. u : / J. MEDTCE51.. POST OI't'I'lo 1'iM&'S. 't !, ,rnrriaei's, Ponies Guns,; r iO..t :i, 1
IIe City Hotel. t Jan JUt, 1852. Mayor Pro Tern }TucLIex BoaU for Exeurson&c. "- t.I .
Postnm ier.at Pteai-not G 1'lFRQ1'Ra'TRES3. i
Charlotte rove *
Maker "
r Michael NelliganCabinet Attest I Very 'KCRptxMfallr 01" ,
strrHb low Temperance ll ll. TO LARGE iLATEIt7'Valuable IHAS. UAGEC. Cleik of the Council. was the first person in ,.tJf. :
Smith and Gun Smith the U. S who conceived and nndenook elft'Dfoinly I
: John Manucy. Black .near . .
:,'. North Gate of the City. Tract oj Lund for Sale. :i ordinance to, amend all Ordinance lopnbli-*>"htne idea ol- supplying au poem emcee witl\ -.}

,. V l fHl HE subscriber as Agent ot the several pners.L 1 proliibitiu; Horse and, cheap stamps. All stamps made by him are war B.-It I* l hevllt of 'ifcejPrfljprictrc z3: billret

Boteling Slley. Lit-nd' Refreshments, by offers for sale some of the most valuable landsin Cattle trow 10iUfJ at anrgu within ranted equal superior to 'any othtr that can br ? w .thai the Servant* attache 'i:

}'. Bridier, CitY Motel- S East Florida, to wit: /,' the City of at. Angnitiue. procured at the cause price, and whenever any ore I to hue IIOHM Mhonld. be civ4U, f9.tiTetuadbbhlglug. %' Isho

: Philip Gome Retailer of Liquors', Refreshments 800 acres valuable hammock land West ofFlem- He't ordained by the Mayor onj../ifc/erwn oJ seat out in anyway defective or unsatisfactory.1 _

&.c ,. Charlotte street, oppvjite .Bridier's Bowling. Ington, known as the Gihbs Lands in Motion Co., the Lily of HI. Augustine, Thut i il Rhull nlso. ''plicates shall be forwarded, on notice, wiiho&t .CAR IICi A'EL.1ND OJGUOtlS.A .: .
r- Alley.- : 4 '. 'r j ; 'I 1100( acres near the Alacboa Savanna, known as ''be lawful for the City Mairhnl. to report to the charge. All who order set of stampc. WITU CHAXO.. gACJg'E fl.. IL.In

," I. I.'. ,, \ L t the Garey Grant.- / Mayor, ,the owner or keeper of any horse marc, i FOX.DATES at Two Dollar only! -(for thirty pieeet- DILLJUlZG sppuint&H'; 1M.
-.- STAGE OFFICE. I 1400 acre in San Felasco !nock.nt'r New- gelding, colt or mule, and alao! any row, heifer, I shall be kept in stamps adlibitum. 0 1,II t theowaewqfhwinventivn.aiidiwookln; uuderiignrd "an bt.n *

av Office of l\tPico\a\ (qN'a\lSa f'. Bridier's City I naiuville. known as the Lawton Lands. bull, ox or calf found running at forge within the Address "Post :Master, Pkasnt Crone.Ailegsanv wend of it. Contractors, or Xi'di'4 i W. b:
to Coiupanie
HojteL : t j jI :. Several 1 thoutand acres good and in the Arre- the City of St. Augu&tine ; contrary to the provisions Co.ld.'J who about doing work of tLc fuIIowing". 71
are _
-- dondo Grant. / of .. "Ordinance, prohibiting horses and J.
i.- I I ,CHURCHES. 7001) acres on Halifax Rrver., South of St. Au- Cattle from going ut large within the city of th.Auguatiue. ".ot t'e. hun Kxtensive:,1'1%: drainage of SwampsMaisgut I ,*0'*,r. .:;

Jtemtit ,.*lie Chunk.: North sWe M.onumenqtt gtstiae,known as the Bulow Plantation having 800 ." will be made to the General As- Plantations. '

l re. S SEpiteopai acres of open land suitable 'for cane apd cotton. Passed in Council February 7th. It 2. .APPLICATION next seteion thereof for,a charter Building Levees, und Plantation rToWISl -

Cistrtk. Sooth,aid* #tsuare.Pretbittricx And several other bodies of hammock land on E. J. de MEDlCKd, Mayor Pro Tern. incorporating a company to construct ,a Railroad -. I I I Opening Channel way and reinaI t ,Bars s0*_
Church. On 8t. George street, Attest .
navigable waters / dir Peninsula of Florida the '
across under styleof :, l1\outb.' River and Ilarbdis.I .
Vouth of th aqaare. .j The titles are npdonbted and terms low-.Apply 'CM A3. HAAGER.c-c. the Florida hailroad mUrPhy or.tIf
company. Making CanaU through .8mpt,
Chmnh. St. I
Methoditt Epiteopal George street, .
to. / (E0. It. FAIRBANKS, August 14ihi 1852. 3m. ,
-p_ near the MignoUa-llouso. ,, ; 4 Feb.281852 / Si. Angustin.Florida. XoUce.a-, : ground.Derp-nlnjc wnterarododVbnn ami Piers. *
will be made tothe General "
TERMS OF COURT EASTER CIRCUIT. Tax ColJ "'. Sale.BY 'I APPLICATION_ rid at tits next, session,(or ac -'ADAMS & CD'SNEW I J- Kcepiiigupen chanurl way through Lakes ud Bf S

r OF FLORIDA. virtue of the power vested in me by law t.baU act amendatory" ot the charter of toe Atlantic and I vera; removing,'Rafts or*tunk-p: Pa.fI.t\

": snttiro TXJUS. expose for sale before the Court House Gulf Railroad company. I Roots of Tree,etc.

For the Counties of Orange and St. Lucie, at Mel- in the city/of du Augustine on the first Monday of I August I4, 1f52. 3m. f Tupe-ions dni/ousof improving wasti1$

.cDville, on the first Tuesday in April, and en'the October next, the following described property or so I I I drainage this machin can be be recommesdcjt g
tTnesday before the first .Monday in Wovera- much thereof as will pay the State and county taxes ', NOTICE.IS only' one adapted to,all the.purpose oecewary ,
hipelneechsode"TYCr.* and tbe necessary expenses due thereon to wit: j HEREBY GIVEN to all Creditors, Heirs 1. To those who are building or repainng (C.a. -

: ,. Fcr.the county Putnam,at Pilatka,second ToesinApriL 40, acres being fcix parts of a tract of land assessed Legatees, & others interested io the Estate of YOUK drains, will be found immense valor,as Jc..' itS

i\; ,, to Ynes Gomez, lying on or near th: 5&.1 I| Henry Klonne late of St. John. County deceased AID deepen the Canal, andat the'same time form a'f* ]

for the county of Marion.at Ocala, fourth Monday Johns River being in Township 6 South Range 27 that on the expiration of six Months from the date oJ NEW OICrEA.1S bankment >or levee. .
ApriL t'th ,East Section 10 of private surveys one seventh part : hereof,! will apply to the Court of Probates for the : ''EXPRESS.mmmtmtm ."', 'Ths..maet b used with either I Lnnt'r gia

I rqi ontesoflscbuit ,and, Levy,at .New, consisting of 83 acres is tetnrned by Phibp Gomez j i, County of St. Johns aforesaid, for a final settlementof ." 1ft. ; i power.which,can be Increased to any t-- "
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l11.1mn first Q.Dd'ftn.May. / Double taxed and advertised for non payment of my accounts with said Estate, and a discharge as. .: ; w. 1 .to They are now foeeessfiil oP"rttioo In$U,r -

r'ot the ,CooAty of Columbia, at Alligator. on. ,the taxes ,for years', 1850 and '51. Also 'assessed administrator thereof. rnICE :he country and may be seen at Charleston; ,& Pb
for1 16. 18 & 19 Wullsu New-Yorlc. .
HCO&dMOD.awof1tay. 1853 as per"Additional List. r -- FRANCiS BRIDIER Admr. olina ; NST, Yard.j'osocutaandcazbeCU9'

for the countj of Nausea, at Nassau C. H., / Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of St. Augustine February.ttlstr 1852. :'Mtihi8t.. Hartford, Cl.> .!tween- GaSvestoo: and Sao '8.- or!
VedncadTbekS'the f3unh MODdaJiD ftI 1U sale fit Stale st., New Ifi\"", Cr.Jj By spplkation to J, S,. ECOR. Esq. wr A

; for the tauntr of Danl, at Jaeka nvm OD 'the R. B.CANOVA Sheriff nrd ex.off. ". I I. Now Openluy-Oranges, Lemons Ar il.iiinurrpf.| 13nltirsirre. atMvbUafor t8Stnteo. ( Albania( *a"-flQJ.'f

ourthMondayIfMay. Tax A* essor aud Collector, s. J. c Pcta.o-f.Prunes. Pea Vms, a ortea 1't'I.u..yl\lI1&lI! Av.; \\1I5hi') "f). ; drawing ofthe machine can be seru with iaofl21W,
- For the County of 8t John's, at $t./'Auguatine, July, 3d, 1852. .1 i r..t-t "t < ( u&uUioaay, o.'gar*. Liquor. Sec. 7 Fbtirlcfinh sr., Kichmoud, \11. as to the coatetc -*

I, en. the' second Mtday1n June. > | March 27_ & B. CARR.Nulice. 84 \shinjii.n st., But t< n. L' JuTv 12; 1831.. <*.
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: j FALl. TtlX.' / Tooth Powder, Ac.Dr. "' '. 72 Catnip &:., New, .Orleans.alillinrd I GILBERT & SECOff.'Se" t Ork f
/ Fortheeounde Orange and St. ,Lode, Tuesday Cleveland' Tooth Powder EnglifhToothbrushes < -
firstMbndar of oyembei.: Mot is hereby given,that six weeks after date ..I \Schr, .Florida now, d bnri
before the Colojme Water, French foap. ,
ppply,to the Jndge Probate Tnblc'oiid, TTeil B
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I Johns .
Putnam at Pilatka : Pin Alley : -
: .'For the eounty the second. Camphor! Soap, Honey Soap aborted PPhiliepme '!! CVuTTv ,!.r'L'-rtf-r! of \ Tuesday belore the first Monday of November.FortbecoantyofSt. Oil. 1lear' Oil, t .iC"t! }>cwdtIH' f":' '" \'ioiaa '\lchr$ a minor late (.r raid on County:iateoi de I, A1 urtd MagnuSia'eifirat vehiiig':" 'pen- thrcun-hout the; : d'Jtl.fuU 's.t H U' vf'Rrti \ .
I J9hnVcn tbV first MOlday'' Hair Dye, iaOfleValtr, .Vlhtary Slitting ,op, }' Iipt blr B.1A1LL :.
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-- I / ceased.. t f i Nc.r29ID oo4Htf : S. MIRANDA,1 i ;pnce8 -
in \o ember. Straps Brushes, Roger's Perfumery, Jockey Clclb, .' MAURICE hANCIJES. :
t For the county of Naua.1' Thursday before the &.C. Also an assortment of Roger's & Worten. St. Augustine June, 26th 1652, "G'.j1dr OJl 'A "TIIJ WjC d '
third Monday of w,'er., f/ c' homes Cutlery, Fancy note"and, Path letter Piper, Mecllilgtu-Private RoomS,Alttina: .'pentlne,1* ,_Eetin.Ik4wu*.'Soap, LDwe 3

I ..orth,county of Dovml, on the thirit Mtndsyoft at retail by .B E CARR. '& rIIAX COLLECTORS BLANI DEEDS ,. readiness Rooms the for temporary, purposes' always iu d i Adamantine Candles. StrfreB,. White Leao. % IeI "
: / ; 't at Magnolia Retreat. ', '
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