The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00109
 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 30, 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: UF00048575:00109

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rr binene1at !OirP9LAt t. ;lliat triclle* down in iLlen( sorrow, : I. inquisitive: glances .bout the room and put it into May's band.'. : Jt'br. 1\ n1ttr 'sptchcnn! ; .,
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per.iqnare or ,19 Uses vor fi pder, for th fi.rt4erLoh ittitiwstwr..., J0" th."nal'l.... "'I" t.5f.' ihe anibuutjn: there/he -tit ftt.TWaj1ty, _,. Wjibh' .
'AL. J." '--.1-1' -to ;,1 .t II',.".. -r ; OIC ton.1 -May:snfrteo back in : '
."d' ."r J"J'1Itor "a b1/ ''n.'uuuvwn'rrJI: ,;. t 0 lDW s.1M11"'t.JDbrrOw. : ., t.ji' ,' ., noilmtlbe! occeraable ubder suchcircumstances. VVbat!! yo-i-you7 .surprise' 1 \ b'dcrn':F. 1fliOg '
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ptp JD'mJOD. Jpdtictlon will be nai41orj o- I never met bun with brow;. ., 4rhui'ta 1ohI'bIooded1 Yes, it is me the old scissors-grinJer, r

licef inserted/pr ik>in" .* _,,'JD_.Oel'lhadowcd.: adad'or IIdD1'e8F- calc 'laietftbe sort of way he ;ggur-man, that speaks. Men: are not al l W 81 .1 tbO ri .'J8ImpY '
D* Alhd'"rtiee > nl sznnst be paid for before bItQC8'Jor success* He repealed as poor asthey seem, nor e tn' r I..o :'rin:' P en' box i I
w.hattbey .
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tbgl ;\,1ie.11[ aM'v| atid;dcdjo make l msel f agrecabI6 Yuiitbave been 5,
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bj. [ Still would I: welcome him with ; l! |.ren "
gladness.: i |> yrbi Rofof OR to ofler her mq. been ashamed '
: to gravely.sceiog that
1 S '' slop us you parsed,and ;>
to \ wtah
our iertns.jHifeqai te rum ltnay.be ascer- & p. m ), 'sbe reAiSed 1b Kn6" :
gh'H1:8yeC' s 'thO:3fJ" ,
tilt.n! ''rPDN htF "rl/ the adrertisement.O Did he but know amid this gloom,1' v'<} she needed. : -. .'. your pretty me smiling tore Iuwards'i'ne,and .,.:;, S 'are L 'rddle-. ) r'i'b.
l togive pennies from the
. : s4verue9ps ,fe'oi .marked with the number "- I t >,How laving I have ever bore me '. / Her mother wor o-dnily. Her cxpen..t earned by you needle Take scanty the 'moncdon'L ,. si' nhI i!' tie! dl1rker, \",/r'' JJi,.

of insertions required 'will-be continued until Bit he WILL, Jearn jt when the .tomb' ', ; ses.ol course iflSrelaed4g! ; The renV was at w?ynccuTiulaltng.and $ be afraid. ot it-it's not'like '. 1 : I .J ". ,... .

: forbiJ..BdxhargrJ for.- ': '. ,')J If (/l .1at ,flash closed its 1orinsdabe.$ The't a rswcrO .bpr.ch kwhcn J :, _
ytdti away : -
Notice to Debtors ifnl Cre\fifon, : $7 00 S .Th i : i J\ *' ;. 'slie forth telieveyour, mother. -to. ;:. ; jI1
r xtpplic&iitn1r Lttt r.' r' '"driun'latratloD. ''too I'mourn. for thee, my !laughing boy, went to jjet work trom her em- Heaven ble,.s you uld man. but how G rrythsadej mtr.tl !, 4': .
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1 .. ) The.oJU'sciAsorsigrinder wa? at hi* repay yout' .: ,1\ ':" 1)9 t; I.,,.., vi. i
Tliank n'pne.other
God thee.l' hare t .
save ; "
ttT'p &religion. notices' wJH.'be' :fnscrted gratui Wilt thou' e'er feel the sunbright jojrj : I I uccu tumed'plltc@ lie held out.his hand and '1 want no pay; I am always paid.. You !' i 1 (JntJ/ri How, I :t:4I i ".' .
QWlI, .. 't{the metlme )looked nn iou.lv into her tnce.Afast lei '
t f : ) shines I .mo come tu'your hbuse rind rest'me o pounds;or iwo rounds
O Allbillfl'for-Job Printing,' must be paid bn That. never'S S upon.1 i thy. *mother.i I I' -. 1. I boYe.ri thll1g,. said May, ntJ.hur"l m a while,and see how,you get on-thal's ? : W I .

the delivery of the work .' Were she assured he would. relenti; ', : neil on. j '-. v t* With ,an overflowing hearty May'turned' tDIJSEi"ir( my brother'
'S 1\Y !' Rnid ine 8IJ on,the/iddie; I plays, ; t ., .
O: AH I tetters on |usneBaAnd. communication's, And take thee to a '. cart-Beings.-: callJ t ;
I" ) that 1 we1ldrt>2vd.ytjutig man who on you.Vhatnvrr i., giving that went up from her bosom. S f!I: & ',.

tnutt be.Posrn .to/ cceiviAN ,. t1p..q ; I Then v.'ou1J.tbyrnosheTbc' contepli : t J. \ may hup 'nj douU' take any ,ol' bil.nUln"Y.iiII tiew towards her rriotoer with feel that I, ; } ., "' i ', I :,,? .,.:.1-.1,

._ __ r To breathe her last.in tilt-oi blesoingsv, I ly touched the pavemeu She related to -' aaid the negro ear-. t. ''11 ''

Ordinance' lit addition to i I "Mnny heardnirn with astonishment. What I all that had hUl'Vt'ncc.i.apd opened the ltha. 'Ker'lbulK'ac- k: : ,.

< rtluiiiiff '
of tile City c., M. Augnttluci And we vt A prayer as I shall guide ttiee I poor njeiidicant; ft'elnl1 interest in her ? She due :ur rent I, but thrice that sum. i ; an' hu mightr; ,.rnart' t'

He .i( i-rdniaedty the Mayor and AldeimtnTf lhat death may clatp thee and the wild,' thanked. hl.p./r hia 'wi-U-rneatt kindness, and, I I Here is sonia mstuke,' said Way. >! ,'JVnt easy for fcom-i (

; f(e t'/yef 'W. AvfHttinr, 'Hint it euy jn-tvon or Heartbroken thing, hut kneel Ittldi thet. hasten'd 'on, ', I I 'Hu has erredm; .countingand she ran dat child; ktl.IylM! lrk;,
.rtozz&ihJI cominlt' raura to be tt>ninnttrdbf ,. \ Here we .m/ght! as \Vt 'inform the rentier:e i to the old man But he persisted that It ; lIroke out an' u.louiL'

tai i u t) coticrjot'il Hi eomririutag any W"ll&N upon And then perhaps, as spirits s >S'-we, I i iMoy I. ,[ that a >:oung man by the numeol l Austin Ware I I I all right, and that he ',would on no.' ; "- '; .4.. ., .1.

toy U l,garden, pruvr or pltuiuiuou wnlaii the city! 1 I| had -n.May Forrest. eudninnuged to lurm i take cent buck He even feigned to said the eierk, much. .1.I
roam .
slurs even
; 'til' f>t. Aujrusiint-, ut upon any fruit lure shrubbery nn acquaintance wuh her MIICC her rimovnt u violent passion about it, and said .he And try"some of thtae "

' ; plants.vipra i sr vegv(.blrs I growijjg in any uch lot, .Ami'. 1 wonder' puj and {uilileM' ..by ? : _. jl] In London. He; was poor like herself und Je-! jtwt as though a 10"Uf bis age could nut } : .. ,3 I

I. i gardro grove ;lur jlaniatioji, or eluiU be cwacerntd in 71& 'adiant't cwiuts oheavtA"I I i fM-nded .nn his own ex> rtions for n Itvin lie i i.had to count his money. But he would jui # massa, right 01J'' You Ii "

t f r,trt>yio& r carrying away any fruit, ,,rj 'oblw or -' ( tnatlc: no\vnhstnndiitg this a fuvurabte her know that bas eyesight was, us gooU sarc\in for dem string S 1 1l

I run; wt vtiluc growing hut-in t'b.person or per, JTJuy Forrrt ; impresstmi on loin mother and lItlughler.-1 some other I"'opla'svbu! were younger/ : -. .Al'
, ton* \\ji if free) tliallor con riciioj, for trnchoflVii.r. A poor widou' b>' flu naiim. of Forrt und Their. intimacy increased until : May'was breed to yield and the his : '
be Buh.eci taa iihe'6f, not rxcerJIug ten dThrenc ,un only clnugliter touk up *lit'ir riKiilnict' hi itS dailv vistini.t. I I 'She keep' ,- face glNtcniH> I I .
the hetiaule5
I hf an'J( b1e he elie. dfin idatril UweiUn_ in on*. obscure 'rlart ufLuiidtm. T ey. paid landlord, much lo lii-* triumph; as >
ci>6ilirpro ; a or ana | SciikH'ue.of iliOiruct of' ih.rir\ pqvrrtythey ;: hrusluucu'tho said he had not the' darkey whonv. C

iiatJ" to whipping not exceeding tec 'f tripes,hull Thvir, loiruvr residence hud brcn intliu enden.\or''d to* hide j',from Aiiblin! mtjiiufli!! jus 1fripIJiuL1iag.: : ahrcaL &..- ,:_;. UYf"I'Imro' '", .

' II' lib eoris: UiJ in every lyjljL cc ,-, piet4hk' Ju..thCf-tnn..r-nntnrptrt.'sa lt 1 r rr 1I1 U.W4NWIIIQI Ut'd, *auVthtJ.ki !-, liml-tiwncdTI; tew,acres of iomtTwIiTcI hiidbceti could his eyeslie' w it ii' da *
taw this
not Dat'
help using! I A 't\V )Ii aler: the old man K'rtelfos! 'T't'
liy*h4fell Ja K fntAer ordainrit. Thai it hu11 hot be aid.lor rneur7s \
: |his ifoilt. Bl'iuJ Ittt without t
$1 any merchant or.hop-kfcfprr)or ther any oro dpi lirisliotis they Mifii-red. [He long l'uiilt'd ,cart lull!) by hi* side. His Wclco Wnelius-dIl do flx
t 'I 0p. ture,pr IJ.U&iiM: ct'uy good,chultc pwkerp
p 'are ur IUt.chandize on thr Sabbath day vr ballet Us titi "rtJat lIc'rtlI1ulali' ,\\hcr situ IlauIit May, and have a' right tu pioiect ,iind; : nssialher. : iiesaisg the happiness (lie had conferred.lie bunch o' dem articles,

B' u ihe .aiii.s uliali Ufl pon\ic liOIJ be iiued in llif hN('II uud duugtiler might procure"bonie em had not ,been long seated before. slowly( nnd, wiLts ;

I lAUI vl' ten dollars lor every auch ohYnce, togethtr.tlj ...in n*.. I I :.Vyinlimc tl.in j',nnt on from tia-d to worse.MaV enaud. He paid no attention to the i owri imporiancei* S 1

'. ) iliccoi-u of procuring; ll.. .nme, one lu&1( uik Sl.iy Forrest, the daughu:rvas now a young URN obliuetl la piirlilh nil t t. Utlle! or-. old itHow/us lie called hm)". wjiu iso em nmssaf K'n>iias,
! 'ii. vnltl due kUall bt hc Human ut eighteen. of very-altiactive. appeainnce. -.-linments hhe 'cvd.in'tln* tvorhK The last i
c-i 110,6116 |, person. informinglu pos$ : tiu I l jnw cuUng the NUn,. Her ligurea charming, bet cuii1cx.titl tiling that "('ut jutu tie hand of the b itker was,': ill,! exu'h're he had left off. in his features. .

I /.'< i( fur JAr, vtduined. Thnt it ali-tll not be'law- very lair, aud. .be" alt *en.:iiive anu reii- n'pnid: ring with 'the palir> Mini Le gpt for this bolder, he threw hu ami about'her neck, by the bunch ..
4 ".r by hiititelf.Vrvant tu u (nlit.. To lutjk upuu 1'i.r, one Rtight tlf'unlrt but by ;
any poison or agent, ring sh some little tides ut comfort for attempted lo pre -su kiss upon her lips. .. "
,' five, wiI|| ttr1 burte t, W any slave any Vinous .pirittI "think she uns not stiong" thOHh to siiuyglemill : 'her mother.: I I Thy cried out in uu utfVudcd tuu ,"lJd weightanswered, .;

tI inixicaingiquoriwitIioutin express licensx (poverty, hljJ the cCllJ $sellisnc! ut tlxr Tho # iKrnme duo. Although the hail < a" ..
r ,t } (:d him trolls her. At iliat loom 'an the' & his brother these .
tt tmgltoui Uir i vrrsou having the control of auidbint world. Uut U is hard to judguof the soul by 1' as
been able tfl pa'y herlolbre..lht'i'l'r utterly old lellow shook' Oil his apathy, and the .
wise Come-
& t>r slaves under the of dollar I ; .
e penalty twenty tho exterior. May Forrest hnj never: led a, ut.able nl'J hc' landlord was one ot those i. lila wheel at the off. nder vvith such good : .
; r ttidi "nd KTerr offence,with ihe and the
lite ot idleness ; sue had been taught ir.duvtryand h'J rd !lu ,tlt'd s wretches who ought not to live to Hurt he (laid him thatioor }
BIU ru tx t-hall be entitled to the one bnlf of said per ljum the lirst. The sudden de upon : he inquired; af- I
economy the souta of goodCnrjs tir.u !. No appeals dtmol bhed him. ii'I
ii' aud the vex > nearly Winthrop lacuhi fur t I
> 't. it person or p"rtons so oitruding shall s aniniei-
Lather had blow
.- r a bcenfed .idiupkveper his ur their aid licence mt e uf uaslelt her with no proved save a heavy her moth- ;, to hfs.better nature* had- nuy. ', effect.*I*- ." _Tim, m not- E q.,'Juthercd UP the reninats of hiS !ur ''i.} *"' '. '
) kltall IK- rivvied.Tlte -she protector. was due, Anti lie wur.iru n, 11 ne CUlpa- not bell, and left 'fur parts unknown. 'Thot the r-ri-'

abuve. ordinance will b. strictly enforced* er. have th. rentj: he wanted tlio" ine rooms> consequently The old' man's wheel uus terribly :V"t. _" Ir .

r TiiKM-d in Cvuocil June, 3 1st 1652 With mournful hearts they saw tbf'msclfe8'rleprived Ihu' pn'scnr ('Ionrs! would have to S. by the eoocusawn, but .hu didn't stem to throwing back his r-; 4.. : .
I'. ZYLTRA oi ineir tew acres d sciuut for Lou. j the streets/as lie expressed it." .
I: C. Maror.It 'bundle into u biruw about lit und went lu work lo : box of tea oyer"tri** fI I I"k .
Atteel tius. trAQE", don lo gain lIub'l tence by their net'dless, erin for Intfe'lime. Ii j! #
. III yam May pleaded u was it without a binglu murmur. Hu! 'he continued, I luw-".
, '. any ticnesi way.' They hud'ju.t money e.I j''tilDe lost ohu talked ut the1 iltue.ss of her :. Bud luck, they suy,. never comes single I 'gloonuly :I \
JI .,' CUlt JOJEI'U HENRY.,!* days from Balti- tlIUgIlto procure t.o *ef> oidmary upartiueui rnirther. That was useless also ; nud they ther does good luck. luRed bewiluereiL aLTIn.p ;' i's.

. (iwre.400) bus FlourfeOiK) bush Corn, 40 bale I. CHI uu uumvMing street-|hu luvorne rejbofl were ordered to move into the street that very Airs. }'orre t began to recover from" :

.t IlIf' 30 be:11 Coffee, 10 hhJs' Sugar. 40 .blla lArd f ut the lowest ur1 zouUi. ,)llvrr. .by dint *>!.! ver) day. She was goon able to assist in Is finally said' Car ,: ... L."' -

; : Kf"kttd.. IO bits Lutitoes 2U bfl lp1"8, 5i hurd labor, und I lie tlusi-sl cmioiny, |hi'yj day.The landlord had: not b xn gor.e long before few simple preparations May began, to .', proudly' to its proper ",.Ji '

' 'lug t"bt't'r.10U. ag Onti, : 'asis ot Dlltou.aO tts1sdgetI llU the very cuniortablytintil' ; Jlrs. Browne mnile! his appearance.) He informed I tor her appruachmj marrMgu' with & much "us ,to. so}:,, 'You ,t ,.

. .t lI.l't1IbfJ; ...v kegs .NaUs. 25 boxes 'ruhol'eo, 3 Fuin was ill. fc>)lm wan :longer able to ply i May he was, well, avquuinied with. the ,state otattuits i 1 \Van'"hv ,hud contrived to raise ( t v : .. ,
lids <1o, lit I bits MMuMes, 50 boxes Soap S casks the n"nlleum uuw all the lubor devoht-d'\' and thai it depended entiiely, upon him needlul lor that Tim-Tim, i4iIijq2: ; l I. "
the iiiirrenting eitm.AJu "'
\60 boxes t.randka. 'IS bafkets Champagne, 10 upon Mu>. The good girl redoubled her : mil whether tie rest should bq paid or not.M .- insisted that Bennio should be !ni.ega mighty kurcuni-, !r !i"'t.. IJ,

" Xe" Cider.10 chests Tee IU dot. Broi'tus; |U nes|. hull, uut1 worked early and t late. Evtry lX"I'.1 I she said word, he.would 'not onlv settle ) and him S ... I ;
4ho he
| at the wedding; present was ha "
rubs ;
5 boxes & .
tyanK.es boxes Lemtbe, IU asks at regular hors, she went l'orlhlope: etay bere all day.-- '
the uku Iud ol her' '
"but 'I a at
a ilice, 3 Crates, IS bdzes Starch 400 boxes to amount once. apparently tho.hupp.. tlnly. in. hi. 4 ;
wurk tiho tttwctytnb'drvedon these .
!' March tth 18i''i B. K. CARR turn tier c'tlur'grindtrbo bud tjken disbtution i I Ma> Forrest wished to hear ino more. She way, as hu H-US urigmul in ever}thing. I take: some'I o' rorti-.' i f44
. occasionn turned trim hint in disgust t, u iht: 'ut even deigning As soon as the..kl.otVlU.. lied, he : j I't'
. r r' by ihe. ,'u.lIltltJ leudy. lu receive, gru :I in. ( ; liu slow moppink.hi S. \ ,
reply bride
she hands uf ihe lei I ,
lu ;
THE WORLD AS IT PAS Et. S package ing "
his trade benevolent an immense nets 34k ,
u$ .
to !
- .' '' |lushes, ur ply tie held llruwne went any greatly di.nti fied ; but j a WIts a wedding gitL Shu opened( I ,
out his "
p 1IORRJ8JOUUAAL, &. .\ ueie disposed ttlways H\ud. not without ji-herbhing t secret hope that he I contained notes to ijie umouni ut ttu tkou n' :

IOJI'G : li'OIC 1S32 tu lny a skhti Il'ftbtil'\; .and when she could .she should, ,. thus ultimately..carry. .,_out_._. his_ ..designs.mis . I pounds onh Bank of ihiHd.bSUS The! .' ,_C,_ I
; dnipjK-d a peony UUtit' her inetigre purno. ilorecv.ved IU "'emergency tuuv Knew, 'noi wno to- L \ l ._ ?:_ : give me n atmtr* wun .19t'
I tar auusne lamieu. '
tug great aiuy ,
: A FAMILY W&rAl'EK. these ia\uur u.Uli rauiudu. AJuy the way I lraprfr ,
.,: ; >; look to fttjf assistance. Her only Iriend who Why should I take Ihi.t' she Ia-lu'd. "
aLl8UW U'EKCIY AT TWo DOLLAtSA'TH JJ.4.n. had bmunqfetrtict'ikiiotned to iu that she never into .
f. i would tfopooed to ussisfher, -Austin Ware she had recovered. What right have.1' : '
wentth.U, WRY. WithoUt cxi>etline) to see linn( out of the fy. But it ,
was unluftunately c
I ceive so much mousy from cue will be the :5
flare rrarrtmrtEartirTint xctf SHIES' WILL'utM.1J and gun: b.ununud ul revuijnhion.atid a penny was no lime tor inaction. They must at least trfangfo'. .
'Ol TUE FUST OF'JAL'&IY it She would ly a stranger I I parallelogram/
NEXTJ it hu hud to spurt have have .the common necessaries uf life it they 'You no doubt astonishedreplied .
J ate
. 't" Il thought it to huve.gone along .WIII out aczacklysaid Corn
had no more ; and fay went again to her em- in the ,
0 TIUE ,ome Journal naa* now become ,uoiv na.' bearing the voice uf' Old llttluie: alll.hu was ploer lot work. Her eyes were swollen, and scist.&irs-giiider' Mo bee me l Tim-Tim wondered. .
but '
much let '
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iI ere areVrw liaruilew ol, cuhirated' habiu-fft-w oi I styled cry tug. Scissor grind1 ur if a bhe scarcely looked al the scissor-grmder ea ot so uld.money Yuu; shall be puss heir.. l

p **%ko seek 16'enliven and make home the most well drewrd person .-. 'Cb\flt: ) lot an site passed. growing my ( were weigh;
luihgent aiid ._. have been aa angel tothe lonely old lf.i.
atiraclive place who do not nowfteivt uld 1IIIUI. in the act of
'I 1 would sreak woman/ putting
you young
1 love the sound of Yoice
I U. It k read we believe wherever ran the The wcissor the used so much owed their I said sufficiently$ 'loud enough t6 be beard. cant. your l when one of the ouijcb- ;

I *old* threads of domestic happiness and tree mora'' keen edge to the old man's wh :ei. 'Oue"i What would you toll}I' she replied in a choked gentle glance ot your eye-thetnorethan: Let *, and falling on the .- .
of ; heart
p t"awltbleb are woven ** ikickljr into theget twice site had assisted him to adjust said wheel II voice. "* man goodness your me broke broke ofU 7'b ele". # t
andpoaner web of oor'couairy's days near you. All i have is yours. .'
industry wbirh mischtevou urchins had owv turued. Ot ,
cI You are In trouble, and I would ask thecause. husband 1 .
caergeiuf prosperity. The Uoac Journal is the hOt -thu mID C2wec'R as your
Ute however May hid but tew Cornel, and .Cornelius .4 IL"
given peonies.Thw
!! Your red with and
.ktt to the hearts ] eyes are crying fitend ;
I k lend
ul..s"i. bcsy nation in the tau Ihe only lou ut my -a long ;
inoiheryiaiule it Bress de Liar
\'t'D to hananefsand| relaxauoo.' Illness ut her necessary i jou have been growing thin for the last six deadTne/ dill. ; I I Ii
At for her tu keep: all she could get, Even that that would hardly know i
j a If weeks, so one ,
tut I'ttJaJ'reieidJrouiM Crnlleman /. a, you I t old man ceased speaking,nnd '
them coant01u&bl:. i
p ,I Lade the JtQt JwimaUs one wbjch tAe rrftftjj was not enough to keep I II answered the mendicant-whilst his (ice was I embraced him, expits, ing their love ana .IZ your ja r iii' Cor. .:.
f ,. Work was orce,utul iuu lent bill stared tuem with I I .,,
J9f lighted up sympathy.What .
;, ,. 1!wwif,4fiiw unsur.in ., itude m the moot touching manner. The 4 '
I f us ci good,taste. ; I in the lace. .4, I would u. mutter that I should tell you,',S, was in joy aud gladness. my men! a. kcd th
1\-.01..0 JJuy like a dutiful daugtUer-demed herself ut For You tmindt. spent rxplod&with l laughter
t 'P1..8:1. for lure* tf. a replied Wuy rot. help ,me, They were alt heartily tired London
i fur pne uppy furiUrpp; years $kr-alwya -a. adence. a thousand Uing. *ho. lutoticd. .As u: cuu equence uud |it 'would only afflict >our honest heart.' I the grounds the Forrest family bud nJ.f hJ3CosUmsrs.! '

p bubicnbers .without delay.. Address she gtew ihiu aud pule. Her vtardrubq Still, 1 .should like io know the secret of: were pun.ba>ed. together. w q.A .ntt.$ sat'J Corne--.

A1UUUI& & WILLIS, vrts poor uiuu-U. At liua juncture she your distress/ added;toe old man lUusuldy.I I I oeup.tti portion ot the lands owned ,by ; ,'ICr f: .nis' feet with'

Editors. 1,07."lI1loQ street, New-X'"rk. ultrucled 'ue ailentioti ut u protligutu jouugman. 'Who knous-.perlinpsit. 'may. be in my power greater Browne. An elegant mansion was e jcu sa '.asv 5.Affiubte.

I wu ut an extensive land holder, and situ tu SiSt yuu.' I 01 Austin, to be i :Good rnoro1nfma3-.
I tier tlie superintendence '
I Choice LIquors had swallowed utMr 1 I "
Ac, veiy one who up'Lbu acres Kind old man exclaimed May I would Suture residence... .

f\Id Braudy, Uoitsai"Gin,, )f Donpbela *. Forrest. i but it were-but, It U not: yet you shall hear. Tilt scissors-grinder passed the my mao.whal'a the'mat' .

t JN hukcy, Irkh tad Scotch dp Ale and Por- May haa been ,this person befpre coming LaS Here May went iilo| a detailed account,oiher1 of his days with them in pence and .' S

I l' 43iaioiwgne Wine,' .4Iadira. do. Sherry do. London. Hu,had praised luy beauty, *.t tier pi.rjkxiIies. white the scisaors-grmJer May }Forrest vr more properly May \
I fort do CMIJHTM, Water. Cordi I., Clam Wjne. lace, uud attempitd soutalilile liberties with J listened witu deep attention. .tied thai' she U..d a kina I' mu.st bakenoraity

: .. BEUTiccuhmbrtivathatIwUIalx CARn. here 1'1u-.u advances she had: promptly re I .*"l'lltu the landlord 111)' ho shall turn you never old regn man. : ; nvy oldfiddleslr'iDf:''
: pelled. His Hume was WwUirop thu\\IIC. He. iu1oiJ.ctleettudu3 : 1r pour I hoy. And:znuss /, ah

after date, apply 40,ih* Judge of Pruhatef' wetki Si 'SbUS nut at aU pleased l with the decided than ties 4Thi| very day und .mother is ,sick, too/ I came verrnear running off with that urtrng.i..._.round_ : at tbe door1

C I hBS C uuyfor iLrttm or Adoiinistraiwn, oa the vt >.,*.. ".. '. sobbed uur heroine\ bdy, said a top to..a gentleman to 'whomhe ut, ( agacILY-\&o

*atsrf.SusswF|>UisJat*.:ffwidjCwuity Uecased- "w AI. ube death,; .wl,her (ather. .nqJ, .!the.removal L r Uul tic sbunt turn you into the 'street/said :I I been introduced ; but her lather the old brute' -' thembkjarsl1

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r I. Augusune, Marth Clh IbiJ. list;: hUa lor uuisniutr wuh the char turn you into the street/ I I lady my daughter. Th fop sloped.

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; ,,,' .I t 10. .From thr Louisville Tiutt ion,' his heart's delight, the beacon light, Keep it Before Tlie People.That Pennsylvania and Indiana shows about the 'Picolata House. ,

.,,",, i \.k I I f' ',1 The. Excctitlpo, ; the was prop confined.rf\\and; 11 donme pride J of man his derliriing; nhorlly to years be William A. Graham". 'hi whig rnndi- same. No doubt PiERCE'S election I is now We are glad to learn thai this Ik.,_ "' bal

,: XEIUKISCEftCI TUB M XECAH WAK.I da'n for the Viee Presidency of the, II. $. let shoulder! shoulder '
but to
'" : | entertained of ?
4.'ji led forthto, expiate iJn mi.iuu'ly on a gibbit. .nain in charge Mrs. M, U. Hun cerb
j,,' ,: I' al never knew nn Irish"unto turn his back I II voted whilst a member of the Legisfatuie ot ,
I 10 and al-
| crime of which he could had his General make a long pull a strong pull a pull tUt1
|be pleasant news for Ihe
North Cnrolinn to travelling
,, country's f1Og-Gen.&ott., agctfn/giving thi' people tie
I t' n ttii the Mexicnn Re given him the opportunity, have proven himself of their together. Oar opponents, ale undoubtedly by j Hotel is
During the late war with rightful privilege, "electing! own Governor whom a good so tcciry
f' as guiltless in Heaven.
j us an angel
I -. ; t' uiblic iherewe.ro ninny dark scenes eftaled Unt" glnr.ee Mt the: "' 'litrickcn countenanceof and in favor of retaining .the. puver in their silence expecting to lull us ,into .security j I 1)01111. .. -

iJ trith which tho world has never been made ncjamiiiitcd. his aged parent,sufficed to inform the she hands of ihe Legislature.This -but let us not be deceived; but ttwikd. sure. of.. .-_ __-- ..'Jt"
'l Or, this character is the on we are young i is 'the man who asks the, peoplewhom'h" i ":'
It ST. AccusTta
prisoner that th s lerriblo doom was irrevocably certainty by making every effort ,'to increase > 27 OcT.,1
a '- to rei",. An.t just here. we will ,preI > 'bus sought to deprive of a voice in -
ttbout sealed; mid ,gazing sadly on the old man the election of heir chief our ,l11l1jor l)'. Jo. : ::: To.THE EDITO AsctHT'Crrr :
'nhIu ibo event cx.-curietl! substantially, as we4svcU. he wild : ( own magistrate, to ( '. ; -
I I ." I" I' aid him in climbing into tho second office in DKAR Sis': Undermnndin; thai lhetor <

", i It won during' the stay (If the Americnnarmy "**. Iff in. nec-d n \J speak father, I s o.lhe. wort the gill of the people of the cohlederuc The..... Result- of thin, Port and others have cir

,.. :; in Ihe city of" Puebla, that we wish to .ninHluce in, ymir countenance. Bn, it, KO. Thw II theewart Keep that before the people ot the U ;States Such are the arrangements for reporting the report that there i.i filteen. feet OCWIIet -
I i into celljof one of those of all the toil, suffering and privation whoso In in i
the render o I capacity govern themselves tne
; il I have undergone for I returns of tho Presidential Election' that we bar, we I the undersigned who hi
'; lull gloomy dungeon, the walls of whleh. mOdUJIIc'cl country. choice of rulers Mr. Grah:? practically; dis*. I t 1W t
-. >" j are filled nuu with that nauseating slime 10 pernicious I Ii I am innocent, perfectly 'innocent, in thought or 1 trusts.-Niagara D mxrat. I expect to be abb to :announce the result inth'whT "of us been bngnxed for Ihiny rea: ..

.' to the health: of those thrown into them, deed, of aught inimir"nllu the welfare of America. United: States, within week ,of !the, Branch ,Pilots for the harbor and, -
But enough. Regret* now re unavail ;-the
abound in tho large cit.
i y II : Which so plenteeusly Mexican Republic. Impatiently ing. Before I die I have one request 10 make election dn y. Augustine: feel it to be,.their official
ies' tho ,
I of
'., I walking back nnd forth between the narrow ot you. If you should! ever live 10 return to ANCIENT CITY. ) Election Returns. contradict this statement to prevratl

of the filthy cell, was o tall, young, fine the United Stales, ghe this to Katy, and tell A vessels from being misled and brcdanger >-
tnueo Erm UM her Hint I have nerer ceesed to cherish it, and The of
of tno 'Green We of Inspectors the various precincts are
looking son it and.
I by, ,- td say as,w.e .-Qw4 ,
I yield it only when death! blares in the :
nnd noble I up me
tearing was frank, nnd oven loOy requested to send Ihe returns as soon as convusscd Pilots
.. our respoiis-ibility: as who haj
i'I> j'
shade of despondency rested on .
'but frtceHe -
a to fie Couriert Charleston.
iw.brow,and cast a nloomv shadow over his took from around his! neck the .minin in the habit sounding, the bar usoft

;. "; Qatures. Susdeniyje) p ult'l.in his walk lure: ot n most bc.' uliI,11( young K'f'i", tt bJ/| Om- New Cotton r average as once in YtrT''o tt&li:
f I ti tenJ. Footfalls rc O jnerriejass, ot Erin, and d long and /
VU aitejniiyj'ly gnz; weather. baR permitted Awl somettthaUJie |
h .' ..longthc corridor of tne dark sepulchral ntij,:'#arnestfy.xipou it* .A \i.ear.7-11 oL;; a.n.lrnanty QULUTV OF riDEBAt* RIGHTS .AMD. DSIEHMIHEr'KEdtsTAHCE 'l.ar qpaniiuesaof..- new. cotton are': coming depth of- |

'k' pud ... Vain} smilo illumines for u moml'nt' tear, but '
_" "' contracted ondvig ,dlel> 51. Th |tli re of, >> for n moment1 on his evelidn, ping points on the St. Johns"and it ik f selling J .
4.t ''?, ": I. Inntern lightens up theWcep Rloorn: Ike key then dropped on the gl '; rattles$ In 'he door of Iris. cell, and tbtj'pun.drnna encased the seinblimcD'of hi '8IJu 'b add Ho ST. AUGQ TINE. QOTODSa< 3 Othl| 8.IEIIocliA.TIc :!. re dily al 32 to 33 cents for prime Sca-IIand I Buoys 'urnUhejl for the bar, not ht, "

barrier rolls back on its hinges. closed thu Jid with tcar-tJiop.yet di..... This price 'highly remunerative to Ihe planter It

',,'o men entered. One, o hard cparse-fea- minK the tTtuw; and reverent jaliy yielded it to bINiOS.:4aa. and will induce a large emigration ficmthe position- shotdJOCCUpthe7asstCd 1r

I. tured,'d3r-tl vilSooking Englishmanthe huge I Il' his. aged, f'tiher.: 1I*-- ; .-r,43p. Southern States thi-i winter. ', being entirely remote from the 1 i'lur: *
bunch of keys at whoscsido. at. once proclaimed Hark Once more the, jailor's! footsteps resounded -_- ----.--- --- : JUAN cAro,
.: 'him jailor.: .The, other was an old man, ( along the, damn, vuuli. The (earful FOR PRESIDENT. : Death of Mr- Webster >/ JAIME UEANTONIO !&\! 1 tbc

I : rind in u fullered, Iravcislaiucd: uniform of the 'moment has ar ived. Death must elninr an ; LOP! : ;, d
: soldier. I its the the beautiful GEN FRANKLIN PIERCE Our latest N. V. ihe sad in- "
I American own young, the brave. papers bring n:' "- *! .mM GRABIEL cpc'
: : Seating the lantern on a ru'le bench in the Father and' son nrts locked in one long, Lust I telligenee of the death of Mr WEBSTER. ". *' !
; cU.thc juilor said, in u hur&h gruff voice : !I arid thrilling embrace and, senseless' the old l OF Witt"' : 1JAMPS1IIPE.iron PEDRO CAPEE4'
This ,
,1 : .. event will bu .
universally! deplored by *' 'i'
I Come old fellow, make good use of your man is: borne from the cell. Jon BENEir": r \
r 4' I lime, for 1 will be back i in ten minutes precisely ,i. VICE ,PRESIDENTLLIAM : the American people who were justly proud -I-- -*1
left the of lit-i eminent of him who : Insult to MechanicsGrahaut btt $ .
and closn.g' the d'oorhe old The first grey streaks.of down have begun ;; '1 ability was confessedly -

I; c t', gentleman: and the prisoner aunu. The mo* to ihuinin the enstcrn horizon, and a snuitl [ RI"NG: at the head) of American statesmen. His \ ;-

.menl his' retracting footsteps had died away I group are (issernblvd within ;thu walls of, the ,bF talents: us an oiutor were.of 'the highest order, .Some time since? WR NiirfiIkwho published a _e
A LA HAM A. a at r.
I the corridor, the old! gentleman threw I around n scafiul-i. Soon nobtn correspondent ibo
t I along prison : a yonihis .
r .' 14 and, uih: Mr. Cloy, devoted the 1ut 'facts in with Ihe
I connection
and years
neck.ol the
his arms around prisoner, led forth who nsrends ,UI.t 'tearful platform' 1 A..Q.... 'lbc
in o tremulous vctcc, broken by sow. ,exclaim* ofileath wilh'It ,firm free, bold step which ol his life. to'ii patriotic effort tu prevent sectional uoikuiirmen in the Portsmouth : ,
!.1,: FOR ELECTORS. The wrjsera.uded$! also n raUa.whieh .
> ar | .; v iI
cd : ehnlenges tbe theadmirntiou every beholder.Cnlmlv il.firrences; from producing the di"rti|>- W

f -:.' t 0, me ,eon, me son; has it indo le cnmo tohis and serenely he surveys the group for McQUF.EN 3JclNTOSiJtra/ County. lion u' the. Union. As n diplomatist he has ot the workiwiT we interpieted dinner to refit kettle(0 :and bur h IflI
( ?: Ochone, rind i is thu reword fur! 'all vezervlccs a moment, und then speaks, in a voice devoid J., (CAtlAWAV :))II'lI, JcJJenon, Ciirned u hijJi reputation and like CLAY had I on the gross MJprM.sition( Jhatlhey j '.
rinthered adopted country since of all tremulous quivering.I I '
1 yez MAJ. JKSKB UE) ifjacltor, II secured fur himself the respect of ihe nation. stolen property in them.: Anotarfder.t ,
,:::1' ,. tin* bloody war commencedArrah! Teddy, i.I Before' yonall, nnd iclf! ;in Ileavrn.I. here iM'ulh Ifl.<* otir intrtenrt fall' .,
'V ,' ''t, : nn' why did ytz vcald to the blu.xly! spalpeenof'a I declare, ryvolf nuillles of benign traitor to ----. _.-:.._, ,._ IIi eath! WIIH not anticipated ami up to it very thai alter being relereil by Prc..adc..t;

Mexican, und. lave the camp ni all?' .I' my country. 1 die with tho proud conscious 1I ,' vtllasly Extracts." bhorl 'iine I'ur.to; hi* dissolution, hi* mints remained tu Mr. Graham: then Sevratnry: ,ol ISo .:..,

''Enough of thai fltther/ replied! the prisoner, |1CI'CS' of my entire innoeerico; >nd ol'.horin' I ) clear and uiI Isiuded.' His ess so soon have the obnoxious andrescinded deIicuai ',;'
with n slight accent ot the brougc.1 TMttue 1 I the fate of those martyrs un have gonu bt;1 linn. C. C. CABtLt/s: opinion of.Gen. :Scott, June,, ct I
t follow lug "1'Ullhut! .>t CLAY and CALH ill lie very c"l lly nail nritccm; .
< u.t
I 1'Jih! It 5t2. "Scott baa
:' I was deceives1 by the rascally Mexicans; JTore me. My I last piuyer is for rnv country. u pudlock onfi hn'.uuil ihprinciples : .
told them that l hii would Imvu nun
( but ;:as God in; Heaven is wy witnos. I 11l-h Miy (hid lead our: bruve nriny on to VICI!)"." ofSewardiniutnee\ hespock.t.andbtaud .; l tJe everheiu regarded as n nationali'utamny =-. f
with II-Ib. clu fiain ol the aid kid
the ;JAmencon army me.elylur tkc sak, of | Tlio rope 1 is adjusted, the 'detuh-t',1 r il/avvn bt-furc"the countiy as the caiiJicuie of the luglii-r luwi uinl the IrIIlS..C'8 ol hi< countryrn'-n willpause t H-
,I i ter in charge-bu had to na..kc.l\uIIJI"aa.fj. '
: ) information which thought would bu down 10 the terrific distortion pony. "
$ giving .conceal of I Ian
,, 'J'he rleotiun of."c.tt under present circumstance I \\herefrcmpolitical txcr.tiutntto : lor the "If.nac'hJ of the public . I
I" useful to Oerj. ,$cuU, 'fru'.ure?, tho signal given, und the notil/youu
nn' I knriw thiir but the ,.I would be to continue ila: Uoverunnul: io the liand I do him honor. :Iev must KI.I.t hiiiuh
: >Beg rrah, Teddy Irishman launctifd hit", eternity j I "
of the Fire Soil until -- -
|oiiy their luuatici ha tie- -rL In n'dlt'zs"I""n.lllIIt the committw!
I know he
Gt'i-ral don't O. Lu will hang yez, -
1It.'nvc'dll.'hot a heart rending/shriek of the Value" p. i
> $ roy I presenc-of the man with butniSJ
I dot1 And the old man .. Masonic.We grc.il
wilt What must "-
anguish; rent the air us That f fearful tculh.&i! it did went siraoc that any Jtoti. t Southern mir l lUll I iUIi. They tel urau',1 to Ni irfulk and i'W

: wept' bitterly wringing his hand!' iifanguisu; M iail wnsjiven. / could Mipjiurl ::cun." Ad rrjHiiud ut thc ACA* \'urkuflee. ; arc requested I > xtuie, that nn address The Will km.'" deierinincil imaniitvthey rf.'
Be calm father, bu ralm, replied the : ,
man.. .VJ'here i is only one hope 'lc'U.- 'A man 'a ntc1(1( ," shouted the crowd. But on hc occasion' .0' Ihe C.-tIieiliIiulj4klsiversii.; : wUJii: not nbmit t('* weds |>etlf ,
liTm let no, the poor old, father Cuuld/"ot withstand r of ihe initiation After a week's Ktnnuing nur. the i iihe autlae A
andaell to ol. .
Go to Genera)' $coit, nv ) thoMnstriuu.ASLI.
I ( Rule.
,.,,,, ? l ___have .an-audience with him Tell l illl.1l" the shock, and that gibbet's Juil litunei.ed. the Henry) Clay on Military H\GTO'J.: in'.i ihu rnyKieriMs of .Masonrvill \'uriI came !o UTIIK, ainl a cum '' .

pTnTPiCTj: <|ctT ttytnTniqv.t v--*-<*- _1-.t .-Jo- w'bjsiiuls into eternity / !At thi early J *' lt4 iffiftetj .nnd-r which the menr.work. .
( -T.:, .. I '; rtion as the child yet i in its mitlu-r's womb. VoorKnly= i .Loolf ye.:FnjvainIhr!) your J.1ul'g l I j tit..; stcaJil. in periiKLntthe.view the dcngers Itenuplie which, kt'cJI'Imij'r, be iJdiveu-il Ijjtfu: '}.UIi.. TnoMA.* !pt/ccLAs.; n), : .*}'A.et"jJu \on4uctjcnth&7i! .

t. :' .' 'cll'him to .grunt, m-j but five ntinu'.es "n.11 i 1 retunv: Look ye in vuid lor 'him on whom : evfrturned ever) ':other) Irtc rate, 1 IlJdu-u H Ihc'Conrt House 11I1)1.: Auiuinetou Tliurs-.I, i3fr. Gruliam; who fhotifd ham been'reiiwitiif .fr

.. ,. i will explain all. But the jailor is coming. Gu were, lavished } QUI Mtul's ynuoc all!<-ciiou.; to be srer.u. to il u 'lasting presermtitt/t r dry m At, III II 'cluck: illl the Jure'rl"uu''rhu fur Ihe outrage; rommitnnl, b4-'
I f and do 1 bid he who gilled all 'CJllr/hllan' ilrp.nn ol Mi.. uj were Mi>tained by him nddint inihiU'
,4' I io the General immediately, us ) ; our liberlu that u man, iletuid tf citil lalin.*, Citizen rnrriilly I I arc,t invtu-if ti,attrinl. 1
.' with the bf ght ha lu/of' semi,IIi iii I devo and) proving him ef: tulnlryf UI1JUI1hJ1M
1 )'011. It is my only .bop(! tug \ ainJ ili'ertn:: no rei-oiiiiiieiidiitiuii u but ', .
I" : ". .At this moment the jailor appeared, and! lion. lie now sleeps in pi: ('e..:lie vicun: theurlless nn military scrtice iiould nut Lu oi.tlonnddl .si;' N."ts will birsitcially| j-rovidtd 'for the la- f f pin t."I| |II| c people' .. tI

,;; $t oulered il.eold) mnn to lolluw him; who. puv : indi.iTercltCt. .. ; miriyr to urro a ionntt.'I) emVrated his sunand lowly len the and vanity ao > CI; arid I shall consider the \\\\f\ 01ihe ,. 'the eniulidtile. lii$ Vun: Pre,.iJ. nt, :t,:
"u J' -* Mail Soitrvill; rrrrire n jii-'i I eliuk-t niedii' !
t ;I. Quick :
r" Cu.i.iuouwcuitli
; .l ,1Ofly'tI.I. numbered WHES
i .. .. ,__ __ AX OPFO
i \ '-inst of
t 'I the siitT-ns iii NoUbCuftur
-- us; right c:
I :: : .l US-JUllUW M.n \ Fron. the Loll jau Cuuiicr.acofi SITE PKI5,'irLE 1:1' brADLISUiU.Ifft'c.'' tf 11. Tho mail of Tuursdiiy tuJm'unneconniatle ;
r": | Emruling from the dungeon of ihe prison, I : C/i/y. ut J*JllJJI; i., July It', lti;!7. bee hy ( :uti)>lit u ie-nii \' lich every pu1A;.. '
;" i | he proceeded tu the hcndquuners' of Gen. Pram Id and Song. Matfory's Lije uj (,'lalIOJe .j I nccidfiit IfiMi. l't si.rotuli: N. V. (pnprr.s in :C t'ligh t., ,l"iru. Thi dont and "l"t $-

t :110..1 "+ t Scott, tho cormnandcr-in-cliM! f. Arriving uijtie 1 / V --- I I! a 4y4! clll'c d nt b< liovif they eun do it ol ihe. Navy will ,1 l I.r" aguii, tuaiil in**!* .

.. .. ," sumptuous nparlmvnts ""si ned to the I v YE r: RVERM It. indeed, x\c have ;incur re J the Divine dislc I again. U u alto received iho lali-xt N. Y. dales II in the workinKtiHMi oflliw fren t.iil.Ot ''
i' ieiu rul the old Irish suldter) applied lor 1 > .. 1I"ln! is ft "pftlClcl:1 'Virgin.aiy, mM "UIC
: i poor 'I } nccesfuiy io cnuihitu Sties Irorn ur frit ii.it fI f \\itK (" JUrICIby I the t'londa.: .,
: 4tIiniii ii. .' lenplu With iliu rod ut 'IJU I ** t )cI.kIIeI:
I V (
: \ F4R MO veligeiiiivr, 1 in i.dvanrr I
4 '. I Begone jou old scoundrel, 'do: you think / VERMON would humbly proMrate mytelf be Jure linn, : if the iniul. __ am 4r titled to kn:>tr thnt ]NnfItlllti !

I I I General &.otl would I te such a< you?' ex- / VERMONT:; and iinjl',if His mcicy, to volt our Ii" n..l ID" Weratiiiol i V",. whe.it- the mime ol (jr: hSn1 I* sIr, r

tf, I tlaimcj theinvolunt orderly, shuviug the'old / Com all ye whig., and tate )yonr"Scop," land with WAR wufi: Pr.8TlLE.NCK: xvita 'ClII I'II: to i-ntur tu! IH-S ina '; known is going to give an ivs'rWiiehflbr .
man back I as he spuke' / You nerd not take it "Hasty ;" FAillNL': with A.Ny! tJCOUKUK:; ;, oll.ejtuan billinpgau: ael-tu with |11. (1sT ts, cvcsi if Piercw D 1111 KIIIIl.-BaJimmrti /lljtII "

t: 0 pluze yez honor, 'laze let me see ,the Gin- I There's time enough for all your troop, liLl I'tlt.Y HULL', ur a blind und hettdicfiithuoiuMti li be bt- us i.c fbima io be, -A>seinl'h: inr.n ('hi"\ \ i ;

I !t' : .. c',:ul! unu minit. Indeed J I mutt vet him, el_umy / To cool it, to their fancy. fur mere. MIUTABY renown.' ol Orange CUUII-\\C're we to nuke the ( AW lJIUl>E T4'F Gu. SCuTT-Siff:SCJ S*

j i ::.;' poor1 boy will have tu be hanged; an' th .Tis made of bean'. to mend your wind Henry Clay's speech at Baltimore lal13,. 1&28. to* Jo it, we could IIlIr.ve' 'ffiJr't'j fDITllIl'I.A'et&"rltll' in }CITS, well t:III"
Gmerul can nave him. 0, flute let me setIn Lost in your great endeavors See MuUuty's Life vj Clay ,age 557. ure certain IMS vicinity, relate the 'following ferft \
t I t' A in, will ,'ezt' / To gull the P' ople throughout land ]i ought that would more thoroughly; establish ,,G II. Scott* life, of which he ch'ucrl* .

:. '- ', The earnest, heartfelt suppl cations o /the By shouting, "Fuss and t :sthtra." "No North, no :'fi'outb no Ia! t, no West unJ r the the ribalndry I of hue character ; bun be" has I|: an e) e noel cur wi'ne>*. 1tisrutse4 I(1" A
J' old Irishman 'vns enough tu tneli n Cou hi.uelIJenu !*j: um when iheie wrm ewer' klcouttoinij
visor but
a. his
; a maiutruunce of itby low II.. &
racrrd the com production. / &
/ ( $.CD rt of adamant, but, the hcuillcss orderly Lieut. Porter Rod the Admiiiistra- mon boud aud true devotion to the coitimou !! :wn'lhc Hiiifi>on Than iiowawl...r
I',: 1 plied : ? / lion. ." F1CAMKUN I'iEKCt.broihtj.houd. throwing at us, has been induced it seems, : a gentleman of the Scott; specieWSupon <

I"\ -' *1 tell you to be off with your blarney; olntcrapcgrucej WA8Htll6ToIIOcl.23 23-4, P. M. I (from his own showing j ) by our stating in our. as a rara arts. 1. .

\ ,/" else I will' kikyou, down the: EDITORS or THE GEOECU.H-Lieut. PORTER has 1 paper.--what had been communicated us by 'I I :The steamboat, 'Car of NeptiI 3I

1 ktrpi. icu cott i is drinking wine with some been summoned by I he Cabinet W shinglon.to Opiaiion of the Bee oil Gen. Scoll. others, viz: that he was a Democrat 'the I \Vi itt Pyinf, DM U"uul, and lien.I "

: vntlemcn. and cannot be inturrupted.' explain his conduct at Havana. The Cn- "Geu. scott* the special Ikforite of the! North; the head very ;I I number of oilier: puiwunger* canw'route uD....
i :" uch' ,look Unutterable won, of deep anFt cent City goes no more. The steamship .Gear- \: cherbheJ candidate of the Fr 80ilf'n. He petted i. nnd front of' our offending ha'h this exI ,for New York city. luld UaG b

l" ti11i, shut athwart the features of that poor I gia has been substituted in her place. This !,iyUxECLT, kept under guardianship SBW AltO, 1 I tent, no more,!** a queer cause umbrage, indeed .1, again upon her course; After p....";

4>!d mm, as he slowly turned to depart, Unit petn rid of Ihu Purser anTH. It it a clean back and constantly admonished with aternat solicitude in this Democratic country. If we owe i tin'e lIuh.d.'n ihe river GCI'' .co1l""

r higher
it xvosi melted and I company appears to consort with those \ ...udll .
!.I to compassion us sumewliut ioure :
I [We know not when we have been more surprised -
,. who revel in fanaticism than he "
anJ make their poliuc* sub position, really occupies and ranking I/f{
; G S, his ) ;
hq said : n. (after plying passsjft
;$ that on receiving on Saturday evening, wrrvifH sectional aggrandizement. The ,
*;' 1! 'Stay a moment old msn, and tell me what Irotn a reliable' source, the 'foregoing Tele. friends of Gen Scott are the very people of all peculiar other I I him' more reputably than is his right ;Iii Unol ; dei) n berili.. <. J

o you wish to cay tu ll.e General;. 1 will convey graphic despatch. Thus it i hI. that H Whig! :: whom the south mOle particularly and emphatically 1 to him, but to those we have been ,tel erruucouly Ctipt. Our berths are all ocrupieJr.

I J I *} our message fur )'ou.! President nv..n"by pocketing, un insult of- !I' abbor, and nothing u more aafural than ,that the to associate him with, .to> whom tnt a- I left.Gen. : .'. '

t' ._. JBudLjR.look of intense gratitude beamed fercilTo the American flag and on injury done should withhold her confidence from a candidate who menJe is due! and we here tender -" 9. I mtirt have a bePb 0( ..
? :'1 from the cfet of tbo) old ''man os the orderly to AmericAn citizens; I And the gallant offi. Bermirigly plays Into their bands." 4.. adding must retuin me tu Went 1'., lU. _; _

;r t ." I thus spoke thut he, must buy feit himself fuliyjepuid. cpr who ref'-ses to get down in the dust at the .-:- # thereto, the expression of our profound regrets, 'Capf. But, sir; the berties nr ..n, ,

,I fee; Spanish power, is for this exhibition of I now beritate between extruding the period of residence that we have, even by mistake greatly out every ono-t.f ismn4utirtt'l"7$ fj,n:

: Tell the Ginerat' says the old man, 'that Amcrican>piriordeied: Washington to answer i before naturalizatloq and a total BETEAL ot'all raged them. to land you at West Point thai u _..:....:<
me dear, boy a..oz.if be will let him come au'i fur his conduct, Refusing' to humble I act of Congresa on ihe nubjcct-my mind! inch'ned II would incommode Iou large a I&a-"
f "" : talk to him ft few minus, he will explain ail, himself! nt Havana be laIn beliumbled ni home) to the laue;. SCOTT.I : OWe: have received the November num ptsis..ngvrs. -Ic J

how he come bald the Mexicans an how he': to the infinite gratification uf the Captain-Gen* 'J ber of I be Seulherri Lndies, Book, edited! by Geu.S. (Elevating him-selllohi '! ...rj.. j

, : was not guilty &kall. Will$"yiz do this, for : cral and his my' rmid.'us. It it too bad. U there I "I accept the nomination upon the platform adopt- 'Miss L. VWQISIA SMITH (,f Memphis end \\ II.. Perhnp.-, sir, you clu'u, a: know w bo", Jl

'' met 'And,. thin I wi I bless yez wid my dying a patriot in the land who does not teel humilintei I ed by the Convention, not bc- au..e this U expected .! T. LEONARD' M. D. of New Orl oul. Proprietori lulkinx, to ? '
1 trelh.1. i at the lthl-'hose head doe not hang with I me a< a candidate but becaus the pr nciplva; it.em ; t, Capt. O, yes fir, I believe I ttmGen. $ i
*! will, bid man, remain: here a moment,' re- very khame J Yet we need not have been surprised I, braces comnunii'(heapprobatoin of my judgment,and LEOJAS! & Co." This periodical i r &.,11. i :

,, : pfied the or4erl, as he disappeared. I] at the announcement. The action of with them I believe I can'safely nay there.. been no will appear to advantage by the ,side of any 1 I I The Gruvral turned upon bis faeet.,;

: Appearing at tho door 61 Gen. Scott's uplen- ::. the Administration towards the Cuba tyrants word nor act of my life in C4JDfj! .t.-Gtra.( Pit,,,'* similar work published in any part of our f to content himself with imf J>ci 4i

did uputmcot', where UP was engaged with anuin.ber in thin inntance is in period keeping with its letter of acceftance.) country. To; u* of ih? South it comes recommended i i furnished: to others who cameoa D"' .

of rld>lv dressed o cers, ip discussing previous course. Its history is.a long record by the consideration that landing' .
it is of
resastthe ordcily delivered ,hubniMsion! to Spanish outrages, Dud of sub i 'I
a sumptuos ::Election Churaczerjstjcjsn'sjAThjj
Tuesday ,
old Irish soldier servient interference to ( November Southern origin and may be said to breathe i
: tne message of the and told perpetuate Spanish ly- 3d, 12. ,
.; the 'enerul he awaited his reply. ]' rinynot that we suppose Mr. FiLUtnx* e_ _. thespirlt ot Ihe South. ShouM: .'we not then '" Fromthe ljouJidMa Cori1. 1

I t- f Why ilu you inlerruiit me with such mcsClges fears thu" power of Spain; but because the patronize it in preference Io similar works of DfPOcrlljtl1ullUUkeefTb ',

I' ," :' : as lhu|' '&it Ibo General, turning, fiercely ,, vindication of the rights and character of our Election on Tuesday. the North .which loo often accord N. \. Herald inus strip* the trI '1
1 \ on thu ubaijied orderly. 'This young countjy might: involve us in a ,war, the result Kvery anlrimanners with the atheist DudItKrarauu*, the OI'llCJPf( J i
I I I Irishman has becq tried as a deserter and (lr which would inevitably bu the acquisition should constitute himself lour sentiments 717We traitor who have been assailing ?. .

'f j '.', / eh"U be hanged? as, suchj: I want to hear no ot Cubit, nod tbe addition of another slave a special committee of vigilance to see, that have before I It i u ,a curious 'fact that this 1IW1 1 j..
4 l more of bis ex IAtaatJoQI. And tell that old .state.! This, we sincerely believe ihe author his' own vote and that of every Democrat be usu work by J.THOSI-: which have, been the ,post active i4;, -7<

Irish scoundrel at the door to ,leave immediately nf'heErui Letter" will avoid at whatever nui deposited on Tuesday next forHhe PJCKCS 1'01 RARDULT Esq. entitled The Cabin and I to stir up angry feelings amnutf'tb'_ t. ':
: and not Inturrupt me again with his i' lional degradation.' His intense oppoxiiion to Kisc Eleciorial l Parlor" describing must accurately, as ail t{ aieaiusl Gen. Pierce. have bt-e1l'lbea' Ij
: We
( t, whineinr.elsehe\ way sbaro, II similar lute.- thc increase of slave states is the key which have handsome must udmit '.* bo have ever witnessed i it the I orious for their infidelity and irwlij"1. ,V. jt 4I
; Away'wlth$ you$I' unlocks the whole mystery of bis b'pani.h IIv curried the tildtu for our State Ticket and condition ofclhe colored t t which have advoamed every& **....,., -I

f ; !Hastily bating a relreQt, the Orderly cominunicuted policr I e ought not be satisfiedjo carry the Sta'e Ur '! be author of this book nice bo at the North.! ; silica alike tu prulestaa'Min unit CiI ...,' *
'i' : tbo sad tidings to the uenrt-broken But why talk There is but one remedy. !le&rthnn 1000 nvijority fur the Presidential may said tu car.t'L have now'donneu tbe clerical (mantl! ''1

t ; old' mn: l\. And never was depicted on human. Thank Heaven a week from tomorrow that I Ticket. We have ry the war into the enemies country, and this with unctious appeals tu the '. .

\ I. countenance, SUCh bopelevs uiiserysuch unutterable remedy will be applied ] an outraged people I all the every thing to cheer us on unquestionably! ,, with ability and su cess.-._::1( Iheir Catholic readers. Papei* ..Juc' i ,

4: ;i'I: wpe as overspread his features on I. will| |
: .I learnhijt the 'Decision orqen. Bcoit. party, in whose hands American honor will be I place but two Stale*,'and those the smallest,I I pursued we that I Hughes, of,the EpbcufMl Bubup .s t
I predict i
4 I "StowlyJhe, werJea} hw way bacll'to'lhe, prisaW ; sate. Will not Georgia lend her aid to this I have given Whig mnjoriiie, Vermont and our opponents 'in'! Methodist Coufereuce. &*v. now 55'. ,
re-cctorwi thp liniy cell where his work ? Savannah I stcnd of attacking our institutions will have I religious, and at'I f
pa, no- glorious Georgian, Pelawpre, Ohio .is D mocratic than enough come intensely '
by 20000. ; more : to do to defend )
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-"Uampahi MTe hwar.? Fnmou. as they t : .,: 'tiJ"' Mall )Arraug&aeiitav'- 'J ( : -- _. f. :_
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> at : MEYER'S UNIVESUM & k"oIkdor" Safe. '
ceruHkuBMli and,ieoeu l be Church of Koine, From Picolata.18.inUta'diBtsDce'to 8t. Augustine. I "I CHARLES This'pe-.1'', virtue of the power vested Vine law .
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h..> AtuvKSMondaysand Tbundsys 11 A.1.l. EDITED BY ; -
a' e derided the + +
they .
ltittrl 1 : -for sale before \+ '
uper DmKri.Snndays and Wednesdays 12 &1.r.osFl8andlr' from the first of July semimonthly -"1 ejpose it.oun House
of itiove who bold to these,timc-bonurvd jg.uIkBgI4r7 tiCaa and Wednesdays 1 l\A. MAdinlnhstrairAi'g will contain views of the most remarkable j 'ia the city ot du Aognsiine QD the first Monday' of ; .. -
.Ji cities, public edifices January. 1853 the ..
,' ,and natural scene ,in every zone following described property or + ,
i A pttrnfwa ,eel on. talk of heaven* --- I 1F and on every continent;Accompanied by letter pre S I 'so raucb thereof 's will pay the State ,and COU1I1 + +'+

Torn nsOocir r cocOa ryeballs, rail a I vice, Sale. \ descriptions,which,while conVeying the most accurate taxes an Jthe necessary expenses tue thereon. '1 ,'{
iMaabk,1W, and preach like any prir u B Y permission' jo(the Hon. the Court of Probate F and trust worthy information, will seek to 'clothe the *. 202* acres fbJrdrate land, assessed to Santos ':. ;.: -
of St. Johns County, will be sold ai the"CouH dry details oCfaetl.nd figures with something of the ]Rov'riguc .c"bting near'Dun's. Lake and lying in bee- r. + r ;r '.
A Iftorl CaterhUmt House in the City St.-Au.j.iof' on II on Jay lh$ + tiia.ty/of natnre, and toentble' the reader while.he j I..i.1Oi township: s uib, range 28 east Daarle I'v: ,

AVbo pttHjd a law 1I'-9tJ .extendlnjc the 29th day of N'.W'In r'185taj 12 M. the blowing. observer the historical and political phenomena,to gain 1 taxed jnd advertised for eon payment'of tuee' r 'j-
rrar Esttje.._of the Estate 6f the late Usina some insight into tne'' '
ol uuturuliza'.iuj hum ftie Domingo causes from which 1hPYl' miig. the year 1831. aaseW'd for 1852 as per"Addi I J
prruid ,. fourteen,JlAoswer deceasefi; l6wit: A lot or parcel ground with the ST. JOHN'S LODGE If a. 19, Extenszvnd costly preparations have been linde to tional List. :: .> ,

rcartl The Fcdcrnl:. I' buildings thereonsituated ia tht) city ol St Augustine ST. ACOCSTIIIK'. Accrsr 23, A. D. 1852 A. L. 583?. present ta'it the fullest colleUon of views,not oply fronv Lf..leas taxes and A expenses are paid before day osale. I _
.WbIg.ht and bounded as follows, namely; on the West b, ALL Masons in good s'andioff.are rei'pecifullyin.vited eVrfjiPtljoa of the United States, but from all <:'+ ,!
,* party abandoned their own ticket j in George Street j on the Nona by lot' of Darius Allen; to be pltsent.: on the 4th,Novembes next and I continent. For above a year pas, artists paru'fthe hate R.B. CANOVA,Sheriff and ex oflicic *;; -. *4 t'l'I
the citr ui No York, ahd went in and'elected on the South by Jot'of James Hnrlbert. and on the unite with this and other Lodges that are expected to been engaged exploring the molt romantic regions 'Tax Ass sog and Collector.. c*. ,

the Native American candidate for nut r or,, East, by lot of Joseph; Paeetly'Seaior lot containing join in a MasonWelebration of the centennial anniversary of ihw conn try,Canada and Central America for the June n6, ... / ;
Jftfues Harper w BO was in favor of requiring ,one sixteenth of an.acre, more or less Conditions of the Initiation into the fraternity ; oldie il special benefitof this work and its readers, and the :+ -S I 1J" -
residence vISt'yeflr* Iwiore natuwluaiion Cash.'! + lustrious "Father of 1 ii.Counu,." There will be a tngraversare now occuied on above a hundred views Tax'Colleclon Sale.. *i t' ">

inibe prlngofl844? ANTONIA HITCHCOCK.- Admrx. procession addres and.a Banquet the occasion. .>f North Ameican scenery alone, which in due time : virtue of toe power vested iu me by hw r + : OO''
*.-The Federal \VhI,. I Oct. 30, 152.; : By order. \ */ -' WU be bid before our sub rbes.in addition to other BY:: expose tot sale-before the Court House 4

What party abandoned their own Conresfioaal + D. R. DUNHAM SecteUry. engravings or Eaiopesu,Asiatic, African and Anstra- the city of.St. Anrwtine, on the first Monday of 1

ueket in:the Jail' of 1844, nudVcntt nand Taz Collector's tile. + Inn cities and landscapes. illustrated by animatdeand January, 1853, the following described property orso + 4
clecied Ares Nolle Ametican members ofCuagnwi fly virtue of the power vested In me by law I Tax Co1Iector'aIe. intt'rt'.tjnr.i1Jdea from the most popular writer much thereof as will pay the State and county + .'

in tIde cil)' ot New YoikJAn U shall expose! for sale before the Court House : ,virtue of the power vested I ia\me bv'I liw, I Twelve numbers will compose a vohme. Each volume taxes and necessary expenses due lb reod .'<> '. -.; 0
.-The Federal' Whig ia Auytrttff on the first Movday Wsy IF53 the By. tali expose for sIe before theCrnn House ,will contain four, steel engraving, executed in" Oue Town Lot in the city of St. Augnsttne owner + +
did the in following deseribed property or as much thereof lD the city of StAugustine.'oa the first X nday of high style of art, with about twrniy pages of letterpress : unknown, ,situated on Marine str t..'.djoiniag .+ + ,+ + +
'Vbavcrt' paine thing the ofBcrtitt
chjr will pay the ''State *ad county; tax due tbcreoo (ut February 1853.fallowing described property \ lot of .J. W. Swiney, and leading therefrom directly +
AUI.-1"WlFt.at'rnl t the year 1852, andtSe necesury expenses incTdrntthcrrto much thereof wSttbe sufficient to'pay the State or and as : We put the work at the low price of 3' the' sooth to a lot of Francis P. tJanchex. returned by +-

| VVUlgn vix: an undivided latfrert of.600 acres of County taxes,.aad the necessary expenses due thereon. Bei1.L- nnunt volume or 25 tents. fur a siiigl t jiVtef 1ko L Double taxed aad advertised for DOII- "*oft __
-.W4-...lbe' NstiIv IMICD,'. ..c4ilJn1uurPieaideidln laud npw or lately belonging'> ibeiestate .c Job To wit ;*' -Ac D m 'Alt.j d ti. Ii 0 III' payment '.of laics for It'1.'IS&9'WaDd.. 21. tlaor, +
; "_p. inii.J f.r u I8IO.H{ . +-', ,
( : Uenu KM
and Will i
18441cijr.t oiorfgsged to William Lereed tf the 300 acres sswmed to Joseph Master-2d being udvnnce be eiiMlfedtu receive a* a -pro- 4
AM.-\VIUl1t ,-Now the Federal city of New York. being somuch ofja Grant made the West half,of N. E. quarter and East half-.pt N. Mum the superb plate engraved on steel,sfze tTnlrs taxes ,oM expenses' are paid before Jay 'f'-. _
sale S'- :
Whig Vni4idue. by the Spanish Government to John Hnena's, and \. quarter Sec. 35 Town. Range 21 d. 'and'Eo imperial folio,Jack iu'Otflce,' after Ihe cele- .
r Who is Iii favor of n total repeal of the naturalization confirmed by the Soprem? Court pf the United Slates containing 164 1 .I00.e&Dd the West balTofS.E. brn ted picture oC F. Lnndsecr, engraved bj G. ft.B.. CANOVA, sheriff ond ex off. I:

lu.v .. that no reijjner van be to saltl John Hoertas, ajluale.lr.inllDd being Sa the quartet and 8..E. qoaherof if. B. Sec. 34 Town. Metzeroth. p, Tux AssessorandCullector.s..o.. + + +
(wrfnittfd 10 volr, Un lea he serves a term in east of St.Johns River above a pUce called the Fer. 5 Range 27 and N; W,,quarter o/ N. E. quarter Sec. The publi-her will supply specimen niim* June 26,2852' ; '.. i' ..

tbe '*rmv or navy Bud that in time of w.r' ry, about twelve Cities 'bt'rtfn'nund below John B. Town Range 273. and E. containing 16495-100 bert IrlllQ usly to Aleuts ami Pualmasterj, Tax Collectors ale. -' 'v ; +.-
Ryants, bounded South by land of John Mute and adv nised for +
Ant. WintWdKcuii.Wliti acres, non payment of taxes for 1852. and will mnkVlibernt '
(runt, thence Eaut to the head of Deep Creek Unless taxes and nrranjp'niehlft wih' them virtue of the power vested i in rue ltyl law'Ifrball ,' .
Aftrd with |fndiKnation" ol the taking expenses are paid before day of sale B'Y
not cou. crcuIieiing"h1E
fut UNIVtlUSUM. Ho will
in the East and West bank of said Creek and bounded I ttt B. CANOVA. Sheriff and expose for sale before the <.o-,n HonWn !

duct c'f/tucijfm-rnin New York on the North by 8 W. line of Tocoy,and on the Tax Assessor and Collectors.ex-officio.. also supply ClubVol'twb pcntYi'ns nl $6 halt a the city of' St. Augustine the first Monday'of ) ,
Ms.wi&14 cuII.bddew W"'I bribe river St.John, I ,Oct. 16" W52. year; of live ptTgonVat $10, ; and of u, larger Jan. 1853, the following described property or' so '

\\ upai"ppenI"Jesigned to rally : Unless taxes aud expense are paid before the day -- number ut the amo rnte*, much thereof as Will pay 'the State and County lax-
a Nntive American pnry fAtu i o| sale. Tax Collector's sale. HERMANN J. MEYER, nand tbe necessary expenses due thereon + +

_VVir.ffcId $Cufl. I R. B. CANOV,4.Slierflgtndz.offlcjo I 'virtne of the power vened in tue"by ]law + No 164 Will iainXUeet, New Ynrlf.. 50O acrcs'thifd rate land auewcd to the hdri of +
\Vb tlniikx that 'we are libernlenoneh if Tax Asaetsor and Collector s. t. c. BY expose for sale before the Court House + Sebastian Enpinosa,above the bead. f'North River.i 4

He allow the ehtldrcn oj (orfi iieni Hlio are Oct 30, 1852. I in tbe city of dt Augustine, on the brat Monday of Proclamation. \\ ; lying, partly in section 42, township '3, S. R. ,: i'I 4t

burn here to'votc, witheut alluwini tli<*ir tutb I t..bru.r1853. the following described property or NOTICE 1s hereby given that"ao' ELECTION I range 29 east,and section 39,township adliib.range' I, ,
( r* to c mo and helpio govern uitMVVitinbld Tax Collector's Sale. I as much thereof as will be rurHcient lo pay the State I. held throughout the 8tatex'Florida, n 29 east. Double,taxed and advertised for nonpayment j j j .

Sec'it.Wlio Y virtue ot the power, rested in me by law I and county taxes and the necessary expenses due Monday embeI2&Iprodmo. for Electors of President of 'taxes for l&dOand 1851. Also aajessed foi' '1. : .
upjfjve or the Phihtdtttphiii move.nient B ahull expose for vale bore the Court House thereon To wit: I' and Vice President oldie" United cal \. Number 186J as per'".ddil ona1'11st. 1. .

its htt VrnviJ ii, n pan fit which move- I door at St. Augustine on the first Monday of May 1200 acres of land lying on South side of Moul- to be eh ikret. y Uul"tliltl taxes and expenses are paid before day of "i
mew ec.rlli1'11 ,In burning the churchei ut' na. 1853 the following described property or as much trie Creek being in $ec. 3d Town. 8 Range 29 S. and I Done at the Capitol, in Tallahassee' this10th. sale + %'t U- "

tuii>lia>d csuzel.sfWjt&fielI thereof as will pay the state and county taxes due E. Section. Asarraed to Fernando, Falany deceased, day of August A. D.. '1852. / j'' R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. .. ." :

Hcutt. thereon for the year 18 ?2,and the neccwary Expenses not returned double taxed Unleu taxes aud expenses THO:. BROWN, OfitnaDr. Tax Assessor land Cullector a. /. c*-, j -
before day of sale. Bribe Governor-Attest: I June 1852. ) 1 10 .
incident thereto, vis?; are paid 26. I I ;. : ,
It. B-CANOVA Sheriffand C W. DOWNING i----- __'_ ''. ,"
ex-ofTicio .- +
TUE PRESIDENTIAL RACE. 600 acres of land assessed to John B. :I +
Campbell Tax Affccssot and Collector s.j.c. Aug. 17. 1852. Secretary of Stllt Tax Colleclar t Sale. "
said laud is situated near,the hend'of North River ,
1 THE GRANITE NAG & JERSEY) BLUE- being in Towi ship 5 South Range 29 East. The Oct. 16, 1852. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law t +

B BHSMBB- lands are known as the "Campbell's Place." 300 +- Tax Collector' ale. "" JYotice j ? shall expose for sale lefore.lbrCo ltt.Hou.e in i ,

: TU Mb-Ttiled Nag. acres of which is 2d rate and 300 acres is 3d rate :: virtue of the vested t in hereby given to all Creditors, Heirs, Legatees the :city of -'t. Augustine on the List Monday ia -
power me by law I i> the .
L October 1852. described .
is ihe land. BY and oil interested in/the Estate of JOSEPHE following property(
New Jltuiiwliirt's.nag wn courte, expose'fur sale before the Court House j i. era
DuJib, Dud.h. State taxes due on raid lands for 1852 $3.72. iu the city of :1. jiugusiiuV on the tint Monday(, SANCHEZ, of St.: Jphi County deseased. that so much thereof as will pay the State ana county" !
With AUbatna's. noble hone. County taxjat 50 pet cent on Slate taxes $1.86. October next the following dcccribrJ I on the expiration of jux/montns from the dale hereofwe taxes and the necessary expenses doe thereon +
property or so : 150 acres third rate land assessed, .C. and G. '
DudahI>udahda. Uuleas taxes aud expenses are' aidbefore theday much tl.enofas will the State I will apply to the "Court of Probate for the County to
pay andcounty taxes half .
Clarke. the of I
He'll dtttanee Jersey in the 11..8t. of sale. and the due thereon wit 61 St. Johns aforesaid tor a final settlement of our being one one tract the'wbole, '
R. B; CANOVA.Sheriff and ex-officio. necessary expenses : with said /Estate and tract was orginsily granted to C. and O. Clarke .
Dttdah. Duda) Accounts a discharge as ezrcu
r- i 49 S, acres being six parts of a tract of land as.seed the other haUls returned by Air. Jacob MIckler south
Although >n' ny h.en'l be beat, t Tax ASSCBBOI and Collector s j. c. lo Ynes Gomez lying Ui St. ton thereof. / [ +
or near of and bounding Closes'creek being in section
adah., Dndali.da. Oct 301852. John River : P/DRO B NET, ) .
I 'I L being in Towtit-hip 6 South Range 27 E' xecutors 46, township 8 south range 30 east. Doable taxed + '
V"'nbau have Irsigid- JOSEPH E. POMAR.'$ I
to East Section IU of private one seventh I
surveys and
( part for of
non taxes for '
\Vl"'rt' bound it through Tax Collectors St. Augustine Oct. 16th. 1852. payment years -
to tee Sale. of fe3
" tunfiUtyig acres is leturbed by i'hibp Gomrz I 1849/50. and '61. Ako.assessed for 1832, as per : '
A.I'wt'n bet xtr money on ihr Granite nag Double taxed and advertised for --- .,
zion of,
: virtue lethe power vested in me by law, I payment .i'olIi'e.IX'oinhs additional list 't" +
Whip dare you bet on tbe blue BY taxes for yean. Ib60 and 61. ALso aesacd for I / .
lite way our Uraniu bone wilt run. : i .ti ex pone for sale%before the Court House IdS2as "Addilional List. from date,the undersigned adminfctra I Also* I

Dodah. iludali, !u the city of r't. Augustine on the first Monday in Unkus taxes aud _brfere of' S ,ior*, oldie Estate ol ANDRES CAPELLA, de.m 150 aerrs land,befog one half of a 300 acre tract -. -
WilhDatt higWIeibe r*<*'**V WDuduh *- ithuarth.1ahE.fulloiffpy *grrit>rd prpoyrtf.or n- !sk- -- -. .- .cxpcuaes---I--arepaid-,__. __{ -.,_. _day '-." HI L' !_'. j-.-.J-T" __J _' cJ,_. "i u'T I -- *.- -_- <_r*_ '"-T+LI.L____ .
1 dudah. da. "uch'The colas will be bufiicieat to pay the Sisle, R. n. C.NUV.hlrHrn: d ex-ofT. t ,the Hon. Judge of Probate. for Sr.Johns County acres is returned by C. Mier.aU of which is sitnirted .
Ilr'll loneliil wind- Jersey BIDf'Dudlhdudab- and county tax due thereon for the year 18S2 alldduo Tux fit t settlement and allowance, and be will at the same Mantanzas river being i 'section 37. township 9
poor AsM'ssur and
j Collector c '
s. t. .
necemnry exjeni incident thereto, vix9K3G j time ntk to be discharged as such administrator sou th, range 30 ent. Double taxed and'advertised + '
And harty woa'i fetch him to, ncire more or ".Wing part of a grant of July 3.J. 1I 6:. / PETER CAPELLA Admr. for non payment of taxes (or years 1849.'60and ':51.Alao :
noup" .DuJab dudah 4.. 10.000 arrt-s granted by the Spanish Government. tu The above sale b postponed' :o the first .1Ignda ,or1i"vt'.uber 01. Augustine Oct. ICih, 1852. 6ms. assessed for 1852, as per additional t +_-s.-_ _

I W '11' U>nnd ti have it rif Hi, &C. Antonio Hu rtn.. situated in tit Johns county, near next. + + 2 Unless ,taxes and expenses ate paid lefore day of
MX Mile Creek and located in Township 6. S Knnge ,
1 1i .tabl stands ta WnJiineion.UuJab.dndab.. 'ro POSTl1J ASTERS. ,
+ 24 1'. returned by John M. .'UDtADt',.gen' DillS assr PROCLAMATION FOR ELECTI3NS"1'ltUIIATE
POST OFFICE STAMPS. ,I!. B. CANOVA, S lerlff snd ex officio '

I + Into which our nag will ran. rd ss3d'rate.13tte Orrice ST. JOH.IS Covn/r, ) undersigned. Postmaster at Pleasant Grove Tax Assessor and Collector,s. :.c.
liGUlas t&53 to.
due Antonio for $ -
tax by I
+ OuJab, dudah da. > FLA. OCTOBER 7ilif85J.: SAN THE' Co. Maryland was the first person in June 26, J.B 2. A j. ,
when he finds it ls 58 The above sale is postponed to the first Monday or .
AnJ ao go I S. who conceived, and undertook extensively
"+ County lax at 50 per cent on State tax, $20,29. ELECTION for three Etl'c..rit of President the U. .
Duttah, duJah, the idea of supplying all post offices with November next. ,
Vice President of the United State b hereby to publish +
before the ;
+ how will and .bZoth Uuletts taxes and rxp'-nees are paid day
The Jersey stop All made by him are -
ordered to be add.on Tufsikiy'.hc second day of cheap stamps. stamps war LARGE PLAITER.S
:' Dudab,duJ&h, da. of Mile. or superior to other that can be 'TO
next ensuing, (being "the Tuesday ranted equal any .
and ex-ofiicio I Noyrmbfr next
\VVte' 'bound. to IIIfI'.5l righl, &e. \ R. B. CANOVAk Tax! i Sheriff and Collector .. j. c. alter the first Mondjy" in raid month) at the following procured at the nine price, and whenever any are Valuable 'Tracts of Land for Sale. i1' i-
Nuw Uetimcrats, be up dirss'd Prrciucu iu die Cuuntiysof St Johns an-1 Ful- sent out in any way defective or unsatisfactory,due f HE subscriber ss Agent ot the several owners
'Dudah, dndah, Oct. 301852. cant viz nl:-.... Khali be forwarded oil notice without offers for sale some of the IDOl valuable LuJ : .
: J'.wcharge.- ----- - .
We'll tree these coonirs rant and we '. -- I All who order a set of staanpa.WITH cniaorou in East Florida, to wit : > .
Tax Collector's Sale. t tBy at. AngiKtine ncolainDuena Vista, Matnnza, -
-' Dudah, Dud..h. Js. ralalka for
Two Dollar thirty
+ DATM, at only-( pieceaj- 800 acres valuable hammock land West ofFlemIi
and Little Lake and
I the
Aad then the tune that we will sing, virtue of the power vetted in me by law I below Magnolia dl"t'i George of per said shall be kept in stamps adlibitum.. ,ington known as the Gibbs Lands Marion Co., I
I IIOrui igunied area'p oTIM'UuQ tora
', Dudah, duilsh shall expose for sale before the Court House j Election. '< Address "Post Muter, Plcasut Grove,AlleghanvCo. 1100 acres near the Alachna Savanna, known as +
Will be -"Hurrah for Pities AHS Ktiea. in the city of a:5 t. Augustine on the first Monday of. + Md, the Carey Grant.. ,!
Dadahdadahda. described | Fur St. .Jtufll tint freceiiiet-Election! to be Felawo Hammock Newnansyille 4
May 1853 the following property or as + 1400 acres in San near 1-
\\ 'ff' bound ro hafe right much thereof as may tufficirnl to pay the State : I hrIJ1I; the Court House -Inspectors,James M.Gould, JVoflre known as the Lawton Lends I f ,I

We're bound to seth it throughAudwe1lb.tour -. aud county taxes and the ucceSary expeua incident Jauiea Keoglyand liartoluuie Olivrro given to all creditor*and all parties con- Several thousand acres good and in the ArredondoGranU I

money on the Granite naff- tin'rrto : to wit L, For Picolala Precinct-At the Iluuae of James 1hereby any way interested in the Estate of '

Whip.dare you bet *LIve! A houee and lot in St. Angusline situated Charlotte f 1 1 1Uz-Inl'pectQrdamee liz,D JiDurrence: and George Joseph W. Mile late of Putnam county, deceased. 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of Si. Au. 1 +
street bounded North by lot lately owned by Colee, that on the expiratien of six months from the date gt.stiueknuwnaa.the Bulow Plantation having 800 '! .
t Wliat has lxcu done under Deno.CrzsIo Briguida 'Gtmrx, ; on theSout'b by lot lately owned hereof I shall apply ro the C..ort Probate for the acres of open land suitable for cane and cotton.. t
Admmistrntloua.1e by the heirs of Antonio Mien on the West by Charlotte Fur 31ntaKza Precinct-M the House oC( Abraham county of'Putnam aforesaid for a final settlement.of And several other bodies of hammock land on i
purchnxe' Leutticfr.a Territory by Mr. street and on the' East by lot owned by K. B, Dupoul-lo iKclors, Abraham bupont,.<. Francis PelUckr my accounts with said tltale-and dkcharge as Administrator navigable waters. :. "I

JrrERKMi, crxriprtsinr thH Stnti-s ot Louitiana, Gibbs, being the same property conveyed by Jo S. and Jauies Pel cier. \ + thereof. The titles are undoubted and terms t 'low--Apply I! "

Mittmtri, Arl'. lOIN, Minnetnta Territory Sancbes.as Marshalto ThOi.C. RllCkhiU and Robt. For Uncut Vitta Prttuict ,-At the House of Col. BENJAMIN CIJAP.\JAN'Admr.. to GEO. It. FAIRBANKS +

Neb-eik Territory. Orexnn 'territory. Towlaiid.by deed dated 13th Oct. 1846. F L' Daucy- Inspectors, Fiancis L. Danry, Edward May 22il. 1852. Feb 28, 1852 St. Angnatin'Florida. I j "
The acqui ttiiiit. .f-//tfrii |iv UOXKOK TlieHhrrxatiuri Said bouse and lot is assessed and l leived upon for 'A. Rutetcll and'Paul Matters. \ : *
.f Texta. and requisition of Coifvruia. nonpayment of State and county taxes for Ie52. I .otti.APPLICATION Probate Office St. Johns County. i
DlJl4 will sell all the title intere and propenyin For Palatka Precinct-'At the Court House-In- Ii AVGUT2lat,1832 + :
I ulltftll Me.rieoby Mr. Potij right will be made to the General As
Making seen Stale and fe Tenilo'iei, ac. uid lot and premiss of Thos. C. RockbiU aud Robt. : fpctor<,.Jauits O. Drvall, George Lucas and Joshuasykes next session thereof for at charter WJOTICE. All persons of color residing the t

I q iir tl by Dtmcicrstic Presidents. Towilod,and of those claiming under them and of I incorporating a compsnjjp construct a Railroad county of St. Johns, who are within the scope t
While thr whips hive never added a font of all other persons whone names are unknown and wio For Mafnoli Precinct-At the House of Henry across the. Peninsula orFlorida under the styleof of the subjoined Act of the General Assembly of ; +
land to the Union but ot may have any interest or claim on said lot and pre. lIt'odenoo-lD8peetun, Nathan Norton,Henry Hen the Florida Railroad company. Florid" b1J1ot1ti..d'' that they must without > ,
"aln. gave away part. v HUMS; Unless taxes and expenses are paid* before ,derson and Gideoa Yelvinstone. August 14th, I@52. 3m.., delay, comply with. requirements ia lb. matter of '

The the day of sale. For Little Lake Georgt Prei.d-At the House : selecting Guardians; or they will .each and all 1 ia '
. has
country two .wars-one with R. B, CANOVA. Sheriff and ex-officio. of.cderi kWAlklo..Inpectors. Francis JH. Adauis, To Rent ; failure thereof presented; to the next Grand | +
Knriand, I* 1312; one with Mexico 1846- Tax Assessor and C-jlloctor s. t. c. cJcrkk VVfikic and WilUaiu' reen. THE PICOrlAT.A HOUSE lately oce-- .aid county (or misdemeanor. laryoj ,

both under Dermxrratic Bdmini tratloA andUitiif Oct 1852- + -+ The Election to"commence ODd close'at the same pied by \ .. Rtro. The i.onseisin, I ? G. HUM 1-HRSY3,Judge OtT oDr-1
iblparly -
j|jch jrcrp violently opposed. by hears,and be conducted under the same rules and regvnUtioas order r rent moderaate ; and poscrrioo jw U' .- icnss 1. & it eaactedi iI" saaie -
It now rilf'dV"r.. Tax C&Ucttors' Sale vBy ,as is directed by law for electing the Krpre immediately. Preference to a family without cftildren. -' Honu of BepretenMite / lie Sttte oj Flhri "c1'4": ': +

been may safely be aifrtn that had the whir virtoe of the power vested In me by"Law 1It'0Llt1. to Congress." Apply to (?e*er l J'Wr .t," en.el, Thai, (rent and :t.
in power, try .w uld mil have purchased I shall expose for sale before the Court House G. HUMPHREYS.Judge of Probate, B. E. CAKrf." I the passage of this Aet-free negroes and free Plat.it :

Louisiana, acquired Florida, Texas, CalitorVlf in the city of $t. Augustine on the first Monday of .. -r of dt.Join! County. September 4,1852. __i__ I toes ovrr the age twelve. years shall be required to ,
or New MexiCO but would Have leA the may 1853. the following described property as -' + I have a guardian,-who may be selected ,by the frf.

Jdihiulppllikl the 81. Lawrence, in tbe nanoseicn much thereof u will pay the State arid'county taxes Charleitouaud Florida Line. NOTICE TO. HEIRS. I. negro or free mulatto and in cae such.free negro or l -
K. a $ vernment. and the necessary expeases incident thereon. To & HOULD there,be any saivitfog heirs of Don free children, shall be minors ander the a*e ,f wn -

"Iow forcibly do thene facts prove the ne- wit TUB SPLENDID NEW iACKET STEAMER HualQnV alias Henry White for 't vears ft shall be lawful for tie Cuber1, or mother ; M '
..ef"Uityof having a Democratic dministraick A town Sot within the limits bf St., Augustine at meriy Governor Florida under the Spanish Government 1 1the caVmay. '.to choose a guardian for the same' : L. :

tioi *11| protect the iirercsts, fof the place called North City, directly West of a lot of the FLORIDA, either in this .State ,or any ptheV'in the Union, I and In all eases whatever the person chosen for ;. j
co1ntry ana n-ure iu protpority. late Swan bUs assessed to JJO. Fatligant and I'd- CHARLES VV1LLEY, COMUAHDEB.Id they may hear of something to their advantagein re* guardian, shall go before ta. Judge' Probate ,oldie +
vertised lor sale (or non payiornt of ;taxes for 1852 NOW running regular gird to a claim against the 'Spanish Government, by !I couoll in which he or si* rosy reside sud h shaU be i f

ALMOST i Fwar.-We heard an amunlng nneeJotu ,Unless taxes and expenses.are paid before day of*ale. A--i ly on the Line between calling on.me or ,writing by mail with all necessary ; .the. duty of the Judge o! Probate' 'i he_shall ke'sat- ''i 1 1I
_, .__ ._ ____ __. ,_ .
Yesterday. A raloui Kentucky whig, It. B, CANOVA, (Sheriff and: ex-officio. Charleston, and the 'Su parucuuin- u. IUDIUTC .L UKU: uiutuui/: .1 : ijfied as to the finesses 01 *UCBtificate pcnuq,IU .nt c rl.l.

wtr in Covirigton, expressing great Cud! I Tax Assessor and Collector* s. .. c- Ju_ L- John's" River.. + E.J.,GOMEZ,+ I under Ui' sealofoOicr1 to tU person ft r ,
fleflce in the oEec&dftf dcotuv Oct.16IR2. 'I Tbe following schedule oas been adopted which Viet Cc.uul.J ;* at Key. Wett Ft. chosen as guardian. 'l

'You wu.. bet lEe said + shows the hours arrivals and departures from the I SIC. 2. Bt it further enacted,Thai all gaardians .I '
ft democrat. oa general result. Tax CoUtctog* &E.B various ports : N. B...- onville News and JTw V *,,l< Journal of free negroes or free.inulaltoes shall han power -
1 Leaves Charleston Tuesday, at 3 o'etockl".x. the above six insertions *nd send all neb of. are 1 .
'Yc* J wIn vrtue of the power vested in me bylaw, 1 will please give to sue(or and recover sums mon g as -
'D-d. / said she wbl,. shall expose for sale before the Court House in Leaves Jsi ksoaville Wednesday 3 their Bills to wbscriber at KeySeptember W It. or may hereafter be owing to inch free negro,or : !

'D-d iff it VOH will/uid the democrat. the city 4>fdt, Augustine, on the first., Monday of Leaves Picolata Wednesday .t" ** 11, 1853_JBf_ mulatto and shall ,have the same control over frre1' ,- +
dotiXMid tbe
Waiif. tnvUt.8 mullttoes is poatrotd "
free negroeaOrfree
185&the following described
property .
'Then cover that.* sung out tbe democrat,I January thereof will the estate and Leaves Pilatka Thursday, at" o'cTock A.X. Nol. guardians in other eases. .\
much as. pay countytaxes -
nan4ifig Qtoo to a gentleman standing by. to and tHe necessary expenses doe tbereo. Leaves Picolata" 10 XTollce is hereby given that six weeks after date, "Passed the House of.ftepirsrata lives July 5ev ,

'Agrfed/'nid the whig handing over the 183 acres third rate land on Manunxas tver-- Leaves Black Creek 1" r.u. iV 1 will apply to the Hon.,Judge Probate of Su J 1848. passed th". SeotteJoIy 7th .1848, Apioiatedby ;,.

rtrs. eased to B. Cheves,lying panty in section 60. township Leaves Jacksonville Friday,at 3' Ie A... Johns'County,.for letters ot Administration on the the GoYerD ,. "'eial&4S." .

Nun, said be, fat TOO'ctisltenge. rrvs to bet: b south,range 30 eaiL tad partly in section 48 The accommodations for Passengers are isorpass- Estate'ot Nicolas Sanchez minor,late of said County -I '-t .

btLbSAeTalral4 Wb.fJ.fRCE When I township 9 sonth,,range JD east.' DooUe taxed IDdl, ed by any boat ever placed en the St.John's. Freightand I deceased. BARTOLO PONCE. IUbIlc Meet lugs.-Private+ Rouws.Lung .:
JbeIbJktowi.I I.. dvertixed for DOD payment of taxes for years 1848 Passage as low as by any other line. Any further 3J .1853.Sebr. 3. Rooms for temporary purposes, 'always ia Jf.. :. :

Whereupon, the derooprat. took back hii .49.'60,sad 1851. Also, tsacssed' for 1852, as persddhional 1 Information can be obtained by applying,,to either, 81 Augustine July, readiness at the Magnolia,..l1 lkGiol .- .tw.Noy (4I
lor 1832. of the undersigned Agents. i 29 Bo46ifi.. a. MIRANDA; 'I
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nwneraud talked pretty saucy About whig: >:!J FLORIDA ? days from New York 90
'tr14itg.W'yIs. + I i Unless taxes sad expenses are paid beforelday' I W CALDWELL, Cbarlestoii..EL.LICHA8SC ;- H y, 60 bbls Flour 5 lihd*. "ugar, Tnblornu l TenT p 1A3i.r '

.d I .t*. : ", <.. ,...'. ,& FIN EG AN, ; I ft bbl.Crackp.",80 sacks Salt'nnd 124 paclrgnes Billiard Retreat Uirougbout Ut.11,: '
; I CANOVA Sheriff and orEcio : Jaiekjonville. A the Magnolia open
own ascending suv qus like nr I B. B. ex to U. E. Cur, 10 boxes G. Hurt, Sundry I. '
RURied.Pilatka.Sept. aDd nDiDC. ._ _
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Jiiabman I Tax Collector, I c
kiss girl & *
trying to a pretty -caulC I 25, 185J. if packages to Burlingaine & Howk, and others No 23 no4ir s. ltUaANDA. '
be vroots to'get at the crater's mouth June 26, 12. I

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1I.IIliJ Hotel. On St. George Street,north of S YFvirtne.of the power vested meJbr..law 1shaU i .. -,.., \ tt .
: II i tb 'P,, S t 1 n1,a iia.. ', "d oar north"* t'a"Metho. F( 'expose for sale before the Court; House ,ATTORNEYai AT LAWAND SOLICITORS. 'JJ1E.JTI1A'L. _. LIFE III

q I ds) *. Church. 'M' ohd Dion : : the city o.di.| Augustine, on the first Monday of ,IN CHANCERY. 'COMPANY S

',i, I ,'Ftofids Y Ult. On Treasury Lane, North of'' Fo'i' : ; Ib53, the following described property < A A 5mIDJ OF NEW YORK NO'. I .

'': the raMie signers. 1. '!,!, in. uiuih thereof as will pay the State and,cornty pL'uBIDA. JET[ Accumulated, Fund,N or. IJC.
"''" I. t idtyWotel.' On Ch.rloueand.! *Bay Street/ j jdoors'South [ The U. *and the necessary expenses due thereon. I2G22 I, _.i 000,securely inn.ledin Boods a
,. WAI.1! A. FORWARD SI rtov. TO\ ''LE
t. first M I ,
Eaatof the Poblie qure.I third sso-il Santos on real estate in thia city and Broo
r acres rate land a to
_t" j laniers slated Oa Charlotte Street andTreas- + T ,, '.being near,Dun's Lake,and lying in sec- Late of St., ; Augustine;.East. -, Florida. : nfthe State and City of New i
0 "1 ury Lan: vnortUof the Public Square annexed to the 45, township 12 south range 28 east. DouHe States Government: 1R I

b V Florid, Hduse ? ., -.'**. ', ,. ., "i ( und advertised for DOlt payment of taxes for ART UNION PHILADELPHIA This fund is rapidly increasing by t-

1e'1 '. ,,. ,;. 'l BOARDING KQUSES., year 1861. Alfeo assessed for 1852 as per"Add I- Incorporated by the Legislature of ded and prosperous bus D 8S. "
1.. t O Miss* FattoJ On gt.Oeorgc..dtreet.aj.few doors From List. 4 .' I Pellu.yIYDDln., The Company dtcla"cJ.diYilind of '
j hbe Court lloy.e and Public Square 31-il '' FOR THE ty-two cenr.od all
SoUtb. Ui.fesa taxes end expenses are paid before day o i' PROMOTION OF THE per existing pole
.G$N. Pay" On Bay .street. corner jbf Bay and miles- le. dBTS Oil DBS'G/t.IN JliME of Jinuary,1848. .
J .', Garden Lade. i larch i g All the Profits aretiiu'Insured.
R.'nrC.-\1'OVA.Sherit1'.ndexofticio divldH
: :IVM I Tax Assetsor and Collectors.j.c. ,
Yo' Doc/ F, Wtedon. Office\ at his DwelUo g House June 26, 185'2. OFFICERS.. The premiums payabb incatq ,

J '> on Bridge Street. t 87., Tota( HuaV' C CARIT,, President, WILLIAM D. KXLUT annually J.J or quarterly: interest being

Doct.John E. Peck.. Office on St. George. Street $20. Tax Collectors Sale. Vice President EDWARD P. MCTCHELL, Trtas- i deferred;payments. ,. _
I a few doors North of the Court House.DRUGGIST. ., I' The Y vinne of the powe- vested in me by Inw.J nIT.! E. H.'BCTLEX Recording Secretary The cash principle opted by ibis.

every shair expose lor sale before the 'louse in G"EOJtGEV.Dcwgy,Corresponding&c.00 scores to the parties for whose benefit
I P .C Z"btra. -Chemist and Draggt'lt, Charlotte Thro in city of St Augustine, on the first Monday of ate Tected, the wholeOf thfl adva ,
.J f Street." ?* i -. s From 1853, the followne described property or MANAGERS : subjecting them to the heavy 'drawback
J ',' ''* JT* fV leares Ch : much thereof' the State and Fated
I I.? vn. pay county premium notes. ,
.'l' 1 1 ; }; .. LAW f RS. r.x.- and ne'cefceary expenses due thoreon. John Sartain Charles Toppan, James S.. Wallace Persons, effect insurance
J ,', : H EB.dt. ,wage it Law-office on Ar- From Charles l\Iaca sJ,..H. Butler, HenrytS. Patter may on tin
or One Town_ Lotin the city of St. Augustine ow and the lives of others. Atrfarried to,'
\ 1. ( son.M. D., Charles: G. Leland William D. Lew. T
tiler av "Marine
yLane.4 rl unknown, situated ou .sl adjoining core the life of her husband the benefits
i'd.. Ai Attorney and CounceUor mile' J is, JosepkD ltewart,M. D..Edwin .Cope'Fdward ; ..
.it Putnam. of W. Swiney and I leading thet'from.di 't- secured by law for.the exclusive use of
i'a\ .Lawotfice; Picolata '1. '': .'*> Macon south 10.slot of' Francis P. t>ancbe,.rel pfd ty Mitchell John S. Hart,A; M.,.* dren. .

I .George R.\Fairbanks.\ Attorney and Counsellor at Stage Benet.' Double taxed and advertised for non James. .Cla hora. yt. ;Clergymen and all others '
I., fficein the Court House. d. .1 i. 65 -By and 51. Also
aw- *> .. of taxes years 1849 50,
i. Every ITlcinber. for the Year 1851, nes are specially invited ro avail the;
( for ,J852af per"additional! {Hsu'Unless Will each Subscription of FrvKDutxiu source whereby their surviving' riftrom
: before
taxes suit expense are paid day .
,, ? bat Office. .,G. .',LltmbiM, Post Mater .Court t Ftom (. F. ., a print of i 1 .r. tae niIioCptDary."s."r'
L ,0' v *aa4lyBtl : .RID.CANOVA, sheriff and ex atl>.':' HUiv TiNGTO\tS ""CHRi 3TIANA AND'.HER Pamphletsezplanatory of tl> !
.jto',,. urveyor General"s, Office., Q.. A. Putnam..Snr- ; ( CHILDREN"Engraved Life Insurance.and fllttgtratiag its 'tAl,
I Tux Assessor and CCJUectur. a:,. C'.JDn *
4 forms of
i Generalon Hospital Street,corner of Artillery{ + n applicationmay be obtautrd .at
road to } 09 JOSEPHANDREWS
6.2852. ,
;t 1 tcf and ilocpital Street. f .'. -. By ? Ia.AND. THE C011PANIONt the' Company,35 Wall si., or'of any'of
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t Land Offictf-- \. '. Nods, Register of Public TRUSTEES
/ 331. T.ix Collcclors nle. lit A t. of Hunlington'f "J/E.RCPS DREAM\ c
House. Jos B Collins, David C
'' Lands-ollice T. Russell in the Court Receiver, office. in Court miles., Ukvirt'ut' of the power.;vested in me''by law I Engraved by.J. H. 1UTCJIIE ;New Fork Wm JHysIop A1freJEd
r for sale before the t'ourt House Or the choice of any two of he fn lowing R H M Cur"1VIn Jh-ua r i
i t. ; the city of tit. Augustine oni ths' first TVIonday of Four Splendid Engravings, Ered Winston ;
G.Humphrey'sJudgeofficein Joseph
I 'lul" of Prolate. ( Blast, .
the Court House. r "i .' To ,, ) .. 1853',,the following described property or so vex : C W Faber, Isaac O Pf.raltIt" z
Court office in' thereof as will pay the State,and County tax 1 -JOBS KNOT'S iHTtRvtew wirtf MART QCXES or John P Yelverton ;'I'
; Peter B, Dumas. Clerk Circuit r Henry AVfilt, .
and the due thereon. SCOTS,Painted by Leutzet fngraredby Sartain.
: necessary expenses- Theo Sedgwick Wilt Moort oJi
House. .
the Court b
Rafael ii.CaRDt''. Sheriffand Tax Collector.ofnee "l 50O acres third rate land assessed to the'Jieirsof, _, 2.-Rcia AXD BOAZ, Painted InfRothermel,Li. ace d ,i Sorry (Collins{ ZebeA-e Cool '< ;

h I in the Court House. ,\, : Ebjiinota.above the bead of Norti> r:>rer. 'by Sartain. : I M' John H Swift, Jona Mir#
; Collector of Customs John M Hanson, office r partly in section '42'towoshfp'3; S..R, 3.-MERCY'S. DREAMPainted by Huntington Engra- .t John Wadsworth David AComJ

j Planters. Hotel. '.", P 'J9 eastandjfection39, township 4 south,rand e red by' Ritchie. :I S \1 Curnelt. ?r., Robert __aylr.p
Inspector af Customs.; Ora IIoward"i officer in east. Double axed and advertised for non pay CHRISTIANA AND DER CSILDxE fPainttd byHuntiugton ( GuUYU, ,WiJkinl.. James Chamb

v Howard Buildings; Market square. A. JI. of taxes for 1860and 1851.' Also' asses, ed fi .tali of the Euftaredby' _Andrews. John .V L Pruyn Joseph Tucks, t
/. If. Eronton. Judge UY S. Court Northern.District } ns per "additional t. n copy Fred Whinfest'Y Moses II Gria

s IF'' of Florida, Drupe in the Court. House. 1 Untrue taxes and rxprnses'atc paid before day o1 'hjHh'JJliia1': ThiO1! Hcportcr, Cbarles'Ely Wnr J Bunker, .

: G:R. Fairbanks. 'Clerk U. 8' Court*, office in i BY A moiiiMy |!TOip>'i*l.rOf'lninn? 1 tProttofthetrii John C Cruger' Eugene Ehkjfii, .: t

the. Couty 11 OU5t'. ;' the city R. B. r.\?;OV.\. Shpriffartil.cx-off., actionsoi the Inet tutt'U. anti nno-ttioi on the j Walter Joy Francis "

I Deputy Marshal: George I. Zihubaur, office i in January : Tnx Assessor ami CuIifcciCiT( i .' J. c.' stft.ji ct of the Fine Arts Alfred Pell, J 0 Thatcher, '.
the Court House., so much t June !. 1852. .. THKOUUIiOUT THE WHOLE WORLD.TheArt i I" 'JOSEPH B. COLLINS' ;'

JUSTICES OF THE PEA'Ck ( taxes an 3 .) IWAr'ls" I I Isaac ABBATT, Secretary. ; :
G 'J..II umphreys.-office In the Court House. 182 Tax Collector Sale. Union of I fc'IntMphin prizes i in. JosEru BLUNT Counselor. ** f .

Geo. L' Phillips, Notary Publi<>-<>ffi<;e ons Bay sassed to : Y virtue of the power vested inmel,; ,ylnw 'I its own Carti-.caics wuh ,which original America' G. R. FAIEJU.IXS, Agent St. Atf21ldH'.

:' Street, a little North. of the Markets,aud next dot fchip b tJ.aU'upo&e for ale Tefore theCourt Howe in work of Art iiiay be purchased in any part vfaht"'U. q 16th. / i" ,., \". r.' ; -, 1IgT.AiJGTSTi
the Post office.: .' of : Mutes, at the option and selection ox thepeiciin who
a.j lo township city t. tluga?tine cn the filet 1\lulI.I"1 l m
i. + .: ..- CITY OFFICERS. i. : 1852. the following described property or may outam a prize.at theAuunal > 1. 1f, 1i&

\ Msyor -=Gad Humphreys., n '49,' : + much thereof as will pay the State and county !: Distrllmtion, I E t;
," $' I Laurence "A.ndreu\. wPdrl addi on ,) nod the necessary expenses due thereon. > tti'ltichlahes f lace melba tireniiig nf the last week .

Anrn.1 Aldermen.I ; 15O acres third rate land assessed to C. and G. dry in every Year. I' 'T/lIS e
f-S'rA L1SH..l1t.
J'. "' 8J .e' ltditl,. sal. 5 i being the one half of one ,tiait, the whol THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OP THE S i a
F..J. Quincey. <; J in, niidcr K one Tliorrju:b Raj ,
was orginaily to C.' and G. Clarke, AltT UXIOI.I. +
.Clerk oJ the City Council, Charles. Haager., office;' other. half is returned by Air. JacobMicklcr south When so requestet;elect works of.\n,wit hoat charge present season, is now re
11 the Council room. ; June and bounding on Alo ea creek being in section or compensation, from their reception ot Company. FAMILIESTRANSIENTDOAliDLKS .

1 I Feireira.. City >Nertbal. .and-4.; Clerk* of the't .Market, F. P.f' >, town,bip Sfcouth. range,31) east. Double tnxec FREE GALLERY,21'0 CHE8NUT!STREET, can haves ,
Wi advertised for,,01.0 pa>nient of taxes for U"ortlai5e the1 pnft jtcls.
f' in
year persons country, whoTrtnylite! tPprl .
;I t':F. ."'I-tJ't'J C.ZylttratCkarle9:' PORT WARDENS Haagei Jo. E. Pomar. ': Kebeca. .t9. 'li('/. and 51. Also assessed for Ifc52, cs mute fruit Uulli-rir,or public exlnbitioiis of the I I noonl'. Airy Clean, and
: itioI1Z11Iist. ,I tb
Fine Arts. ntI It-clf.; (1I1'lIhlacd lJuuho
uJ'4 ". :
Richard J
i't; -1 "lit,; ,1 "4 ':AUCTIONEERS / '. Alan, ,1, :" ", "" ; '5.- Nothing 1Vautin;. "

,i !o.Center,F* P. Ferreira and J. A. Strischa. Baruett Due 150 act(s land,Kelng one hnf! or a 300 ncr trnct Subscriptions$of thfiuberf, :$3 gsh'tl be,node, ; Tbe llnusc I Is well known M kin,, of th

I!, the granted to C and G. L141kt",the.- o'lher I5I I, as early: as practicable 03 to enutlm\"nlbt-rs'or. Built, E.\preslr with a view JQ n

". .MERCHANTS. it is, ; i L. uiurutd t>y C. Jlicr, all of which. situated tar.'y! nuijifMTM, ol'the iteportcr," vvbic..will ,be lore Dilation uf In r alias nod o/Bcrs, acing
I .1'1 Mantanznn 'rivrrj' being section 37; towiitltinllotn ,vardedupoti tLc receipt ot J the_uiomry t! any>par U'ith '
H4 Bur1il1Jl11mltrJloYl.-Corner.j>L-SL,GenritnTlrcswnyXone. rprw-r ."T". LulL'ClCld.{ HOUIUU conoftjifiujPU
i'w /TIInr e-nr eatTt. T76TI Ie IU x eir'n uTrl'rrlre of "i tummy ; vijf
said c"u t ''ors,.&-., wfiicb"renders it Fr .
>; Burroughs B. Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealer next or non payment of taxes for years 154950,nnd '51. v'l'he lloi.orary Fecrrf ries will give(. receipts fosubarrptiunsurtcuitluncr t Dampness. Fireplaces,, Blinds to '

j t f>f> first quality Family Groceries of all! kinds" ,, L I- him : i i -u oi&Cfebtd for 1"52 usher odtlitiounl list. : ; ULUKUir mav, be. made DLWKY 10 I! thru iubijp0ung ,on Vlnzzn PromiiKHtindnd *.

t't't' quota ufthe &1'ubtieequnre., Wo.2 East aide, Charlotte -Street., North some three lTnlep3. taxed and expenses' are paid before tiny, HP. (:tJHC,7IJiuJj.t'ft'IIJ'1, !'I! Feet. Protection I rum Rai 'wtcuutittmeul ul

in and B. CANOVA 210 Chtstiul blrui, 1'llttc,4t,11'htit. \Viuits.i-M forming n desirable SETKUIT. |
(range JJurt Dealer Staple Fancy Dry ber. S itiiffond u cf ciul'ax
nil' of
r I goods, West fide of Charlotte street, a, few doors Assessor bud Coiltctor.s. J.t. 'r ---- ._ -Stice -- ut seasons the a
I South rtfTreasury,, Lane. Junr.,1t53. '' I""( Tin. Uuusc is situated .facing South tn<
Seth M. Waltmcn. Wholesale and Retail dealer The abuve sale! -pOs-iponed to the iim .Moocay 01 i (**"" ( h'p fa hereby giYrntl: .f.t six weeks serer date! v, position, and retired front other Dve
I''!' : of Dry Goodsaud Groceries. Grocery store on the A : ,i>er n. *xt. .. 'y" iii' i>8 i wttl "Pily0 (lie IIuu. Ju Jgt,? of 1'robate tit. | The Utilise contains 45 Rooms,with "j

j round floortof the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, J. M. : -- i )lolitij l buuty 'fur letters ot AJminMraium, tlD thehsia'iett l 1 al[ Parlour, Diniriir i Setting! i>oomt f4a

Charlotte street.'' Howard' Building. 1'0 ,IuI'C"1I": ijJMJS.. ; Nkolas Mheza uicorlate ot raid i.'uuu? Yl'tllcuC.1n general. For A&omuwJa.not .." ., .

t l : Misses S. b N Pinkham. Dealers in Fancy Valuable 'rrnc1.+i of Lund fur Sale.' ty deceased. 1 bi! surpassed.ThB .t,

i i Goods, &opposite thej Planters., .Hotel on East, pU a < II L subscriber BARTOLO POXCE. well jCHrned Reputation this .... .
as Agent ot.tln- several
Charlotte str ". -' J.'' owners :f AuajiMire Jut ,3d ID
aide or et JL offers for sale! of the ) )J852. fins from' 'car to Year acquiredit w?
same valuable
i Petlro IFfntt. Dea'leirih[ Groceries, Provisions.;!c, tor of East Florida iuos landt* I I'rt.prirtrrtcIlrs.UrIYIA'nirato RJijU
J to wit : "
: corner. of Curia nnd at. George street.F. Judge and of 8tU) acres valuable hammock land, West of I9et n" Notice.ALL : liar the liberal, Pt>tronige; btretofore, i ,
.' Watch maker and Jeweler
,. iQn'iicy. on the known as the Gilibs Lands in Marion Uo., PERSON as rrtlitors., Weir, legatee turns her thanks 1 -
office of Dr. Peck.
f I : George-:'iThoSsNttijn srreeti nearly Retailer opposite of Boots, Shoes, Caps same I IOU acres near he Alachua riavnnna; known as ,&others hnvn? claims against thr Lstdie, uAa.01.AS f The Table will be supplied with ,

'Ilaisaad Dr,1.Uood..eaet) side of Charlotiee street, tion of ( Garry Grant gg tf A CH HZ ifrcd.! ,!ate tf St.Johns Cuunly Game Oysters, Turtle, Fish' Duck ? .

\ corner,of Charlotte street aud Treasury Lane. maining 1400 uc 1"*" nnrelaco !'am mock near New- declared ate, nquirtd .o exhibit thc-aIHe nuIieuticntcd Turkey* und Shelly isn, which at this,
Eawrence Charlotte, of said known as the Lawton Lands. Ly the onthof the party within two years from, ".ut Itivers and Forests abound.
Andreu. Tailor street,
II 4 tiegui. 'Several tbuusanikacres good and ''in the Art e- the date hereof, o.herwi&e they will) be barred by law; Hunters
near thei' Fort. sporting exclusively bit
l Grant.7UOO and all penons indebted to the said Estate: are required '
John UI Boot maker, Charlotte street near House.Ilurses.
1UJ. .
Halifax River to make immediate payment to the subscribe
St. acres on South of St. Au
thevCitv' Hotel., I Carriages Ponies Gans J
,known the Bulow MAURIC10[ sANCUEZ Admr.
as Plantation I
Charlotte, having 800 ,
Michael! t'llifln--Cnbinet Maker; Tackle Bouts for &c.VerylKKpectfull.
Exctypion, .
.. s of open land suitable for cane and cotton. Sept. 25,11'5. .. .t.
\ sirVetibitow; iTrn-perance.llnll.
,r lJ. John JJaniicy. 3Uck jjmith and Gun Smith near I A And several other bodies of hammock land on -. ,._. 'I

.the,North Gate of die City.'. of waters. L\t'J lE: TO iiLlltS; i '. .. .; .. PROPR hi
The titles are undoubted and terms low-. IIOULD 0
I 1 -' Apply tbtu.auy' heirs of
\ I f suitmng Don il
wen IV. B. wish
Dot U"R! /lley. Liquors Trfru1 ants, by 1lre. alias Henry Unite formerly
Unit the5ertrauga
I Peb28, 1852 pcletrcas
St. Augnsdo..FloriJII. T
F. Bridier, Ciiy Hotel. : I'i I Governor ol Florida under the Fpaniah Gwrmment -
Philip Gone*. Retailer of Liquors, Refreshments reys : Office 'St. .John either in this ,State or any other iu the Union, to live the and HOUMJ should be4t:1.TUt I

'c.'J blirlotte, street, opposite Bridier' Bowl;,rtmilch"n Conuty. they may bear of something their advantage regard obllllua.
r .
Alley.; ( AUGUST 21s!, 1852 to a claim against the Npacifh Government, '
< \i,. ; .. ., June by AND
s} i4 5 > ,
> L. OTICE. ,
\ 'I persona of color: residing In the calling on me or writing ty mail with alt necessary lUAVIJ' '
.C .:. ; STAGE> OFFICE. county of St. Johns, who are within the K-op e particulars prove their indentiiy.- ,.Ili; BnJersaignjed have berry 'appointed

,! Office tf.tfe Picolata Hail Stage. Bridier's CiIhteLtr tY N the subjoined Act of the 'General Assembly of };.J. GOMEZ.; JL of the owners of hi*invention. woald '

,, .1 l t .' are hereby notified that, they must without Vice Cinsuloffpainat.Ke, West Fla. mend it to contractors, Coaapanir, or
!:' to 1 h1.t.\ "I I ,.eompy: with its requirements in the matter of i who are about,doing work of the foito'tionrvix 'tnS
\, '? -t f '( .r.CIIUR.Ct .ES': ident pg Guardians; or they will each and 'all in N. Jacksonville Kttss and Floridian%"'Journal : <4

: ,' 9x111, CauoJIc. ;C urcA.! North.'ode' Monumen' ber to thereof be presented to the next Grand Jury o will please give the above six iosenion and asp id Extensive drainage of Swamps,MsrsbM,.

equate 1+ i M., iJ- Do county for 8dl"mUDor. their Bills to subscriber at Key West.September gar J'lantations. \ .
; r.If? Jjpitto a tO4vrcL Soul'*Me'. Monument squat .J ; G. HUMPHREYSJudge of Probate. I I,- 1852 / ." ,, I 6f Levees around J DtatJqn,011o.jBuiljing "

; fe. ? Prr:tertian CAareA. __On, $t. George street, SECTION 1. Be it::enacted ty tkefsinate ad Openitfg'Ch'annel way and* reraovuig, Biu .
To (
t 1 dcegwr. Kent. 5' c '
fdP '. "f (By .oj Representative of the State of Fkrid in mouth o!Rivers and Harbors. '_y
1 ethodist copal CAiireA.' St., George; stnoear'.he ; <: WJt l Assembly convened} That frrm and after THE PICOLATA HOUSE lafrlr l 'oec -.. Making'Canal.tu1mIIr.iI1Il!

:'I !*: Magnolia, HouseERMS .|-,.- *- Aug." passage of this Act'free,negroes and free mulat- .i I Pied by .m.\VlTi* ilOMei in tfuoj I ground. .'" "I
\ :.: OF EAsnR 1 over the age of twelve yearn shall,be required to order;rent moderaate ; and powrrioa jr.a 'Deepening' wateiaround."hinf'S.dYlmt,i! '

COURT OFPLORIDA. CIRCUIT al, guardian who may be selected by' the free immediately. Preference a 'family wil Jc.uI'chit* Keeping t-p a channel way throng La1a I

t ..iit1fG''nUl.. of or free mulatto and in case such free negro ot dren. Apply. ton vets; removing Rafts or sunken Logs, r
bay children,shall be B. E.
; ander the age of ii Coots of Trees,etc. ,
I For the Cv'onUes of Orange and SuLncie, at Melcnnlle l town of -
'it_shall be lawful_ for the Cither.or mother September 4,1853.ADAMS. 5 To ODS desirous.of
f. ; ; 5 pe; improving yeasty
first Tuesday In' and of
on., 'tha April, on the act be, to choose tt,
case may a guardian for the this
p i same drainage machin can bet be mnmmeadFtl .
before the first .
;; fil.jr"H.ineaCbandeYt'rf't'lt.JTueedayi .Monday in Nove.tn- l'' .. In, all cases whatever, the person chosen for & CO'SNEW only one adapted to alt the necesssrr a

&! ,'shall go before'thi judge of Probate of the I ,': .. .. To those who are building purpose or "$-
FoTthe of Putnam,at Pilatka,second Tue reyaina
? : cputty. S. ; in which-he.or fiha,may.reside, and it shall be I drains it;: will be found of inime.ni vl rn'\ tt
'j iuApril.furtbe
( t j duty of,the Judge ,.)frobateff llh, ,
i deepen the Canal
A sat
andat the
j C W11 of SJanonat Ocala! ,.fourth Monday the fines of i same. t1UI
I. : 2lA as to person, to give a er-I

ofAprit.. or the cooQtlesof Ahcnna and Levy, at New act f } as under guardian.hw seal of office. to'.the' '.' .person. / ; -. with either- bOP .
DA. tiiUe, first Monday in Wajr. "; Gulf I ..L ; I ; power chic ;fan_be Increased. to any ext :.. -'
*' for the'County of Columbia, at Alb ptor, on the Aug ; SEC. 2. Be it further wasted>Toatlah guardians : > YORK fThey ire no win sTcce} fuIopenif'ne is t5 ,

aeco od I Monday of 31 ay. free.negroes, or free mulattoes; shall have power w'' ASD ,': : OdDfry-ud may be', &ifhaLntoill. .

'. For the cbunt/ of Nassau; at'Nassau C,. II.,on the sue for ap'd recover all such sums of money ea are IYEW OKLEA.1S plina ; Nat Yard;'Pen .aa. oo }e.1'
i Wednesday beftre the fourth Monday:May. ) ,may hereafter be owing to such free negro;or free ErPR E tweenGthreston and San Louis': .
.Dr. H'
S For the county of Days) :at JiccksoaTille, on the latto, and shall have the same,control over such By application to J, S. 5 COR F.sqer ,.
: i! onrth' Monday if May. :, I.I "- e negroes or free, mulattoes, u is possessed by 'I'Fl'ICEW- ... rcl at Mobile for the Slate of fAhbam* and, _
of'6L John's Phili in other eases. : drawing of the machine thiia
J For the County at S{, Augustine, i 16,18& '19 Walt j. Cia8n'n. .
i en the second Mceday in'JoinC hi Hair ."Passed the House of Representatives July 5th st. New'Y 'rk. as to tbe.o tetc:'/ ; '
i, rALt.7.&u.. .. Straps, : passed th Senate July 7th 1848. Appointed :rt'Main st.. Hartford,;'Cr / tJulyJ2li35I> .1.--10

\ Vor the counties of Orta,and St. Lucie Taoday ic. the Governor, January 8th, 643." !i' i i 6t 16:1 State ltaltim! M., New'lI; \ ?,.Ct. ; : : GILBERT &.sECOr, +fevrT.. s
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heforetbe fintMbndaYof NoYember. horn's Baltimore.. -
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V j x, t. For the county of Putnam, at Pilatka, the second at'retail nblle Iffeetltifffe Private Rooms Sit ni l'enns'lrania'lrania Av.Vasb, nglon. j By Lord Schr": ''Florida now dischnrgfnf

1 ; Tvesdsy before the first'Monday of Norerober. Not' Rooms ,for temporary purposes, always in 7 Fourteenth st., --Kichmood Va. t. ,'CrnckersPork Hdsn.Bacoa,
ForthecountyofSt. John's" oaths first Monday lo.e. at the Magnolia Retreat ,, 84.ynsblDglo q st., YBosti n. 'dent' will. ta? .fuir:assortment dfi artfulis. 1J' ,

to I Notember. II Scbr. N'or ,29 p048tf ;? ;S.'MIRANDA.. '' 72.Camps:.,' .New Orleans. yo kepat i ihg lowest pnces by 8',E'CA Itr\ '

For the county of Nassau, Thanday before the { :1rd' .'
third Monday Norember.: .1 I t.. I A? 16 bbl:; Table null- Ten, Pin Aile Y- Nally Opcldur-raoge. ,Hill Oir.: &c.-Tanow Can
t f! ''f ri: For the county of '\ the third Monday of gaps" to > : ; .'r the a8noliffetreatopen' :!h ougboal'thr .PC to toe s, PrnnesjvPraj; Not Leaions -,Ap* : penti e;(Sperm i ,Br wn:"Sosp, .Ll! ,
; r" S li65 *.'tniif'a daJand." EyenIoc.'l' 1 Preserves. ; .atsorted I Adamantine Candles Stitch '
'1. f&lf011 Ccnfectionay ,"White Lesi
'r lontaby# .n k.a '' : b'egars.. Liquors I
,. I*,'' *J *< .No"-29. .:. 'no 48tr'S. MIRANDA.ti ,I March 2'7 j &.c. ...t.i Msorte( Paints .
t W'n '.1. .1 ." 't. a* ; .I' .. 't ,. at retail by'i'1 "
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