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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00135

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l- f.y 1EN.r. "tTY.. : : I : Fr3m the Botton Jourual. : f considerable! sum, and his spirits were proportionately lishman's hat. h;arts which yqu,. heart will continue*to liva: .: -. 4 :

I .w 5 ra roe>J.< JJ ., 'arxrcrlT: : h1rt "' Tile D cl.Jl buoyant, wh$&" the little man in, black, It js uow my turn,' said the.t'aptaiD. 'I was until the list birth of raj life." \ ..t- .

::111 I"!' YY TVR'DA..n. & STOUT WITS JL Koa At. entered the room and'slowly approaching his last evening a butt for your sarcasm. Without She then took thg! portrait, which was 'gas-
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1pY: .IJ. CAN VA .t : tl\.e&r chair, tapped him gently on the shoulder, and requested provocation you insulted me ; covered me with, ,Bended on a smalFgold chain w\i.ch; she wore. -1'\ .-
I In 1805: 'when;the peace of Tilsit 'put 'to speak with him in another apartment humiliations. I wasa cbx iaster; a tailor r a :around her, neck;; and handed it to him with tbtf' ,
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tar trim ra4iaxtaatuxaevuiraaJAr ;stop to thetoniuest, of ftapolean.in: Germany, The Baron regarded him with a look,of disdain Tillage babbler: What im I now! A man'And 'following words: : ::'Ift .

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t months.' x c uen 1Luy''P'., ,otlicerd'who were manly:; tone, you labor, under a trifling, mistake, surrou. s...youVith shadows. Tim grim' tyrant'sicy .thei1iow me this portra' and remind m"e'of tho

_ adverdatmenis must be V ibeforee; 'atatianed.. I .I ighsV or were .which I iqustbe' at some pains to correct, I am hariCis already extended over you your promise that the deadest pf ay wishes is to Sea. '

,e by a reitlar oit y refer.rhi d,F.p1iu d 'j cQ .e, and a life, neither. a tailor nor a schoolmaster.. I have the lips are livid;your eyes are glazed; and your visage -' your wishes accomplished:! And"fi6wa farewell .

j' "or mm "roc + e !stir W' be a' Post in the English is as, pale as the winding sheet, which in a' for tune' +
"err nnae, t 1 .u airy b i sacvr'txur I j| :. T i *onor to Captain ;? navy, a long to come! added shewilh; a o.
+ too t t ttieldsem r I I 1Wdta ot.ld1 1 ,g"l'sipation.Sdptemrjfer.' .t i4t v t ry much' at your service. You,- have insulted few hours will envelope your body. Yodr feeble enToieeand extended her haD4 tQ him P u_ a part: ,'

v m rked with ihfc nuniJte In the teeny ) several for ,me, and I demand 'satisfaction; you refuse it,' limbs can hardly support you; for insolence" and tin g s. t .thr ,,\,lMetastasio ; j

d latg fcouitaaed until these oSJcers..having dined together, and 'I shall find means to obtai fit., To-morro.w. cowardice go hand in hand together? :But before pressed} C ,tt ,bii; h d With .4. ..

at, JU j saerifice t rather freely' 'it the shrine of the jolly morning, at seven o'clock I'shaH'.wait you here. my bullet pierces your heart, me-bare you .taatsYnltis eye, said psie, it11

+ tlee m r : $7 WJ : Ijouraed towards eveninj tp,the Exchange Bring pistols with you.' any arrangements to make f have'you a last adieuto ;w. Ux God' protect and bless Maria Theresa']" .

fey ration, 5 00 C ;; Uouaafe' most opted hotel' in the city. 'Thc astonished' Baron, .JftgJ 'ng this ad- send to a mother, father, sister,';, 'or any other < .t-:. ..s fA't1f. a ,..

hero le1 1tae rted g ttuii Tie? nterjd singing, and shouting in the most ,dress had risen from Ills chai ..tQanged counte- person who is dear to you? 1 have Jk b'cre. the material ,t i sthe 12th of February, 1730; the daug ,* .. \

i f f tumultuous. manner) setting at; defiance. the rule! nance more than once:answerc4only' by a bow necessary for writing; and wfll( willingly pwar f e Emperor Charles VI., then nineteen yean. > .

1111 kr ob rdptla"') $'*, mad be paid o54ht' bt PropfJ11 .and decorum. The youngest of acquiescence 1 ho dare not* trust himself to ;grant you time to make any uiaigan'tiunts which :Ojcij espoused a,. the G Duke of.Tuscany, FrancescttStephane -*; l

!f else hyrk.b of the, us, d, the4iron de V-- who lest his should betray his terror you may think necessary.-* & *:. ..
1 speak, tongue, ,. .. and four, yefrs )lAtter-ou tha s
; ,au coininuuICttloaI, who commission of lieutenant in the The muttcredfcmHjng( vf whichan .
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n. the Captain politely saluted the rest of his com- young oOth'.of Tpctober\ ,' 1740 Atascended th9 thronif "

uo ve ..r. army Vttsabout twenty five years of age wealthy !. pany,,and left the house. humble I thank you, was all*, ..a.Vas. r ,intelli' : (rfher father. The lime wbich.Mar1a.Theresaac-; f

bandsoSlL. and elegantly formed. But his "Vith him departed all,the gaity of the lieutenant. gible. ;" r ,',' ... Quired as a sage ruler, the manly cnaractft$the. .
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mlod did not Correspond with his he 'In that resumed the Engr '4int '.
person ; He became thoughtful and taciturn his case, '
- ; :!Iri" (ergy and the power, which, during the 3ds. '
1.j'r 3PJ' < was vainhriiol nself-conceited, and presuming. mind wandered from the game, and he soon lost reconsiliation between us is absolutely "v .lts to'! ,war of succession, ,secured to her the love .

tiThen.c6cJ"tD the' public room in this bois- more than he had gained. He was unnerved and as it is necessary that your b1 0u14.' and admiration of her people clo not Belong to
l40hfori F panD observed an individual of wash out the affronts which I have received !' ,. 1
quiet epot( + 'j 'ey. with terror, while reflecting on the consequenceof $9 slig l.sketches of a novels the1. long'to the *
c t A plat5wbpre'tfle waters nfcf pik :.i 4 dark!suit, seated alone at a his folly. What an advantage must an adver- beg you to implore, by a fervant, bujt. SrJtfV' .!Hiing pages of history: Bui" in'tbeJsecretiiflMbr .taJJ't(ife. ,*'
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,A k Unlc firm iu fiie fchtltrird.A .t _ _, rv. band the journal the daytp'ported sary possess over him, who cbuld! bear with so tal prayer, the mercy of the EternafPowggy heart k eiastasiorcontinued toll ..
home in the fortH i+ .' a pipe. He paid but Then taking off his hat he looked rjUndtpon .
deep.k t, much calmness: a series of degrading insults; and wrpport, at which her mind aIpftx rose' '
e .Ii .,. ittn t&the entrance of this formidable tile mute and terrified spectators of !,
who could duel with such .
A'de For e o ind canuAbUc : propose a imperturbable "* The rxancmberance ofpy5i il'Jd her J
host of blackguards scarcely deigning to raite his sing scene who by a imp e < lit 9l
spontaneous
Such must qpjl
A tloi ,td sangfroid an antagonist surely With great and noble deeds wM h executed .' ) .
from the he wals "reading.-Tlieyeung t i covered themselves h'kewiseJor a D "'
vyca paper
iboWs be singularly endowed with courage and skill! for the.welfare her people. ocT sponge whom 1.
Baron, doubtless offended at ah appear- reigned among the :\i tigi'sus
which
Such were the ideas continually passed groupe # she bad elevated lo-regent soon after her
I ice of indifference, which he thought borderedon his min ,silence which was mtcrr;pted onlyjbr1t,9, | J herd accession -
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contempt approached: tb\e man, in, black, and When the company separated, they all agreedto breathing ofHhe a suffering f i1itenan .. 'Ins s'udden death caused
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n* ikmiliarly slapping him otttbe ,back) said with D..tmiIejfbitter the the hourj- I At tensths. his pistol, andf nting it tojwards : 4
A Lurk pr ud- Bttry king, meet at same place at appointed | The only person'whoposessed the power to keepup
ironY-'A friend, good eve- y .y tlmj ut nant he kepthioxforaminut in
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Jaud ipslrofpu res coat spirits even m >he trail, was Metastasio.
.i ning t From your appearlirce. I should tcke you ,well*during the night. When they assembled, itf state of the most horrible,suspense; then stidj In order. to heal the woundof heart hewn to
A |p Jc Hug*i joke of teen, Jo be a schoolmaster, perhaps, a tailor: am denY raising the weapon, hfturned towards his .
the the Coffee House found
next morning they ; The wishes of the .
? A cat. and a bird 40 crow. 'I right Where is your goose?' t tlie Englishman before them, ,at their'rendezvous ; .J valet, who stood near and handed him the pistol. |"mainsan imperishable People nwnometitb, a poem-ids'whhieh b re+ ; : 1

A pfottiicwufi, tt bse, The Jit&en: raised his eyes, .and fixed them for but he was now dressed in.a splea; tt b kit o 'a' p1 c cent on jthe oounteriance of his interrogator {, I L honor ofd n' &l\v .tie'l ,,'n' ...tt.'i,1: a h aal.t .
l kf'A <*'*i- iiliv iiikSva rw ,oa P t tesa, tt > y }'i en. ,
lufd f sim the benisaTof the OurriaLV" next the Baron qujted
r e day, 'de Vr. '
who earned a case under his arm pox, Matastasio nursed her in tho most. 'faithful",'
*A I&b'\,utu't 'M'od forgive rins,1 continued the Baron that part of the country, and never resumed his
y ||jiijn| r' a r \ QU; T j uy He the officers to of '
\ t requested accept some refreshments manner during the time of her illness. Whola : '
'1A,, kUh iu.the;prwiiiisc <>f gi d. ,' the will not answer me. Come'my little fellow station in his regiment ..
j ; and they entered into conversation, ..... .. y nighta he passed waking: at her couch,'and everyday t
A d a sue.. and a will to toil. we must be more sociable Ah! I perceive the ""
jtjAAud when .the Englishman gave indications of possessing Pietro Meta! tasio. he had to read to 'the Empress cither oueor
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kind and wife reason qf your silence, !the pipe incommodes you. cultivated mind aud of the \ .
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n ; As I must hear the sound of your voice, allow; a knowledge the other of' his poems. Amidst grief and sor ;

_ A liute'girl and a boy- me to relieve you. So saying he snatched tHe form of society and good breeding. Translate| from A TALE the German OF TRUTH.C. E.' Sanders. 'row she cmbibed the flora fragrance of his mind I
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Ob what COD tq"lt l 1 iu tiff, At about o'clock he from his chair
f pipe from the hand of the stranger, and dashed eight arose and derived from his poems which were music ;

llie fanner's fire-side joy Ii !it to pieces on the floor; a piece oft which his and begged: the Prussian officers tb select the ." Princess were it but possible that yon could to her ear and balm to her heart-. comfort and re "

What 11 i scarce of p 1eswri, to him companions applauded. with.] shouts of laugh- spot where their quarrel must be) decided, add- seefay heart you could at once be convinced that covery. In order to celebrate. tye recovery, of 1t 1'"

,J r ? .I kt htr ( rarely k jgr- :'. ter. ing, that he was a stranger in the city, and that every emotion, every drop of blood is tilled with the Empress, the faithful Paladin wrote a new .

',- "P"-, reedy | rW e. .: Without laying down the journal, ,the i insulted! all places were alike to him. "The Baron named deep and heartfelt admiration for you. Spare poem entitled" La Publica Felicita," which :in."j" ,

: r. ,V (. Ah <.Dajw P rpeidfor' tco. individual turned towards the entrance of the inner the open pastures, lying between Hauibourg and me the pains to clothe'1." in words the adoration 1 ,fired her anew with rapture and ..ctmiratiaD.M .- 1sP ,. .

f' & another Atona. feel for you. There is no language in the world, became her friend and counselor "the
And coolly tWd-4Wai ,
Ii"1 3h for a quiet Ipoi room, .
it When they arrived on the ground the,Englishman which is noble and sublime enough to express who % '
:' h Apta cewbere the wilen sleep pipe.' .i :' good angel was constantly near to her. At .

\. ; J A Link fcriin* sheltered vale '.' ; Well done,' returned the young mpertincnt, asked the Prussian, what distance! he would my emotions My eyes .gazed at you in silent his advice, the rack was abolished, the influence .t '.: i

"*W'It.?& .' ,.A. .!tome tu the forebl deep. I 'I have gained something, however. lllw.vu made prefer; he answered 'fifteen paces' 'That distance admiration, like contemplating a star which is un- and power of the clergy was restricted the -privw .

A. ._ ... -_ him! open hs',nioutli.' I is two great,'' resumed the Englishman ; attainable. Whenever I hear the sound of your iledge of asylum of the various churches and convents I

A Darplu. will miss Call it ten if voice 1 think of hearing the singing of an angel,
The pipe was brought, Ailed and,lighted, and you me. you please. was likewise abolished, u well as the Milan 1
I A, erUin tIIeIOOd1ar.! who had pcrambulaUd who sweet words of consolation from
And his whispers
4 the citizen continued perusing the journal, as,ic proposition was adopted.The I Inquisition.i Her whole life showed an uninterrupted
't, th itreeto of a certain town down east, near- nothing had happened. I / Major now made the observation that the I another and better world into my ear but nevertheless series of good and noble 'deeds.-Even .

; /. ly flhs'whok tl a summew'g day,.without dispos- 'My little man/ said the Ba.ron. ''' icrcdo you Captain had no second; 'That is of little conse- I
'. ( "Cf.a1iliP phial of his wares, atfc last calledlipiiii : ,' said the Englishman! 'if I fall valet necessity not to listen to. this song, but to my she anxious the welfare her i
'belong? In what Tillage do you a erase your quence my 80 that it may not be dazzled anew by the was .about people v. I
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tatter, and told him that a t&lelltd-'fhat1! No answer?. Hive you re- has my orders The Major represented that of star. By all which surrounds us lean and in spite of the great pain which she suffered '. '

fMd bat, provided that been he could pay for it in hismuni. solved to enter into no convcrsatianHero vith met t such a proceeding was contrary to the usage in rays sec but my one word, which, though it closes the she did not allow herself any rest. Upon the eldest .

'Trade had rather dull with the the iusultcd! person again( 'rail \\1 his head, I affairs of that kind, and that if such a formality heaven to me, still lends me the power to yield to of her sons, Joseph she conferred her crown .

kite, tine, that day j so he was not backward and looked the officer full in th$ face, at the same was! neglected, the duel could not take place-but necessity, and'to look-" i and empire, depicted to him the affairs of the .

'. \Hr eft perttion," and in a short time a bargain time puffing out an immense volum, of smoke ; he politely offered to assist in that capacity. "And this word?" i empire; and the relations with foreign powers, I

WII'' ?Irfek up for a 4'tUett the price of which ie then deliberately resumed tU for ncr occupation. When the ground was marked out,each of the Is called resignation!I'" and admonished him to sacrafico his own greatness '., '\ .\

at five dollars, *be paid from tho I principals had taken his station the Captain "WellIain determined to be resigned, not and fame to those of his people. She tbep ; 'f'f

....... ba&ket.I : waS character.' asked his antagonist significantly if ho had good beckoned the of her love t
'Perhaps I mistaken !in;, you however on you, but on the throne. I will beg man youthful to sp- ""; ;
'1"" Ire, by thunder!I" exclaimed the man of interrupted tile Bairon; -'you majf): be tie quidnuncof pistols-for, said he tt 'I have a pair which I have and implore the best of all the fathers, to'trans: preach ber and asked him: :, t I

aI4 aairlt- "1'" made one trade to-day, any- a village, and perhaps, are cndeavo ring to com often used and which never miss their man. I fer:the Empire. and crown the.. head of my sister Abbe, are you satisfied with your pupil r' *,.. .

.- mit to memory the news which that; paper contains will give }rou a proof of their exc ntnce.' and to permit me to live ,far way from Austria, i Metastasio took her hand and moistened lt .

.,I ': fjb.% first Bargain rye closed to-day, re. to impart it correctly'to you; friends and He dieD called his servant, and ordered him in your native. land-in the land where the fine : with a tojhjfentof tears. '"If;" continued Eh v' .' .

:ww. t' neighbors. But you smoke liWmiwiss. That to throw something into the air. The man tooka arts and poetry are appreciated, in Rome-in or- : ''during a reign of forty years' .I have done an y.;:; :
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.Hued' too'I"don't" want pipe causes you 8second &t inconveofcnsj,'! It wa a handkerchief from his pocket.That is too der there to give myself up to the inclinations of thing which in the hour of death entitlcsfja* to :::". I' .'.)

'basin \ 1 large said the Captain 'find something else.'- soul My heart tells me that I shall,live happier .
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broken. :
'I l;],' jf duat! time | i < : my just claim gratitude! on niy people, then J fslijslfyou % ,
1un:: : and' Without. evincing' bya, gesture ori any'visible. He then took from his pocket a dried prune and more content at your side, in a humble Abbe, who has bestowed energy and tour :T.! ,/

,.. k &ahl .changer aitge of countenance I the l least'appearance I ;!of 'That will do,' exclaimed his master. The fruit cottage than on a throne. age upon* & to do sow Should, on the other hand, r'

I bat ewer buy feats," returned. the man the man id black coolly repeated his first. ,was thrown into the air, the pistol was fired, and Princess, if indeed your inclination for me is censurable acts have, !been committed, then I call : *

: .t&'" demand-'Waiter, another pip,' i" the prune; was shattered into a thousand pieces so great then you can only prove this to me by God and you to witness that they Jvo,been ,
tf Ml han it cheap" said the essence reumel the Baron. !At this proof of address the to this love. Providence
WM a melodious voice I T ; extraordinary spectators showing energy renounce committed against my will: for I have always :* ;
maaU *f will leD it to you for three dollar" Such patience' must be the attribute of an angel were struck with astonishment As to the has selected you tot lend a new Nimbus to had in view the good and welfare of my people I r.

"If* trill not," replied the hatter. or the devil I would give a thousand florinsto; poor Lieutenant, he was more dead than alive. tile throne of your ancestors ; you have the envia- She then raised herself from her couch beck'- 'v._. ;

t. **!.,* importuned the render of tinctures, see you in passion. It wbuld. jbe delicious The captain now resumed his station and requested ble position to render happy a hole nation; this oned one of her chamberlains to approach her,=> v \ l

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tllll you, pir that I tell,And not buy at any An old Major, whose embroidered coat was stating that it was contrary to the cus can not withdraw from it, by giving \way toe* -. order.. of Stephen founded by her, hung it around :,.oj

KM."..w..t e vender of"beavers emtpba.tica11y..I decorated with military orders and on whose tom' of the country; that the offended party had gotism. If the feeling of admiration which I en- the neck of her youthful lore, and said ins dying'"' "t :!.,, ..

CM oosfuucd the indefatigable disposer of German phisiognomy was depicted, frankness, ., the undoubted right to make, Ole first essay and tertain for you shall never be obliterated, then voice: "'% .,

JNitciaabit. sad lavender, "it surety must be worth\ true courage, and loyalty, who:cnterred the Coffee after his tire was returned, the. rest should be decided .. you must realize the hopes which the''.nations of :

....-. to yon It must have colt you tomeMtoek House with these hairbreadth youths, now by chance. Europe entertain of your noble mind and sagacity You have had my welfare at heart J Accept: '. _.... ;:

.....r. and labor now please make me addressed the Baron in a low TO'ICC| but whichnotwithstanding My friend,' replied the Captain if I should ; you must become the greatest and most renowned for your kindness the blessings of one who. is'

"_--. sail rn not ask you further." could be heard in ; all parts ,of suffer myself to be influenced by your opinion, monarchess of th'e age, the ideal of a about to part from this world I"r .

..lMMw warried with his customer, took out the room. 'My young friend, you ire insultinga this young gentleman would never have another Princess, the idolized favorite of our subjects :' It was on the 29th November, J780 when. \

.......''atd i our f threw It upon the counter, stranger without provocation* are foolishly oportunity to test the quality of his pistols. I and I shall rejoice in your triumphs- t this 1 sad event took place '

+MlJltt, '"IfjpawanUAo* for the hat, take it guilty of a great impertinence, and your conduct mint have my own way in this particular; and After a short interval; Yam Theresa took Two years later Metastisio was also called to '

*atfjlto fee" it is all joull get from me." and that of your applauding comrades, i after I have settled the affair\\ththis gentleman, courage and said: a better world. He died at the age of'85 yean,

I WJNMioo Ban took up the money,cooly put begin to disgust me. I beg you'' will pursue this ; each of his companions, who amused; themselves Well I will take charge of the'mission which on the 12th of April 1782, in the consciousness JFJJ .' ..

*fa t iij*.tat. lad started for the street Just foolish joke no frut er.' i last evening, at my expense, and who, instead of you have depicted to me so charmingly, and I of his virtuous, without having any Quse'ar: repentance :t

ht
', ''VtB", .,old fhant ire made acocat,-ftce cento outTCZIT. adjourned to a neighboring room, and commencedphying at his ridiculous follies, must cue after the oth- the glance of your eye tells me, that your pupil bemoaned by the whole city Vienna, and ads. .
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4t,, ...." at cards* To judge from JheSr numerous er front the muzzle of my pistol Now, sir, I has accomplished thtthopes which,you have entertained zaired all the civilized nations of Europe :

y *-* loud peala of laughter:, it would am ready. Take good J.im..4or if you miss me, of her, But now before we part, I have bis breast rested the.portrait. of his fllostrious'ppD I" 4' <*
followed
; ... ... for the Doctor. "Why my jokes by officer gnu adcadman.' / another request In memory of this hour of and the last words which were,.tittered; from .
impudence '
folly '
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_"" t&ati&aa the parlor is going teem that the young you are "
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\ ......'.....t the would,+if ttfite Jtne did not mar- were already forgotten. ,An hour passed away, The Lieutenant presented his weapon; drew parting,accept of this keepsake-my portraitwhic'h -** .

\\.J,,,' u.cl'.TdJtOt.' 1F ill WM mirth and jollity; ; the Bar on had gained a the triggovand the ball, passed through the Eng. nowdadthen recalj to your,mind Theresa'
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t ;: 4 ae.JJ 11.-- ha..be here; he-will.claim me guiding star-had you never framed apan! or HaUlaxnod19Intau'zuBlverLWe -f v CcptnreofPr TitT ; ,
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.: !: .' '' .'f&, ,"'. .., "--.O-"i.'tIj/I cr as his wife, and I ?have no resource. .Will you' known a hape or fear at which that child wasnot'a refe"readers to the:correspondence subjoined .The writer may well designate this as .
save me from a ate more horrible than deaih? part. If there was naught else on earth Lie t. the "boldest & .:
Council And
.4h 11 ,'.ra9U.. between the'Bon. City enterprises of the war.1 :
i. tell what to do said left for to love if disease came and its W.A '
me
.. Withmy:ljfei only you eyesgrew '
theiatho that there !Is
';:;'fi[WIn9"DOt what w*s :g bbjec tin Eugene gazing i on A face lovely as A dream.- dim ; and food and rest and sleep, were U. S. Engineer in reference to the con- anything in history to comp ._.,

: .: iiug "" 'rig *-*. '. We'lnserttt be- 'You must itay.here; I will go to meet him and forgotten in your anxious fears-if you pace the nection between Matanzas and Halifax Rtfers.We .- *it The capture otthe Duc dTEnghiea w&complished .

cautoit'eihibits I in tjreij} strong light, the be the first to propose a reconciliation. We will floor hour by hour, with that fragile burden, are pleased to observe that Ihe rccono ly force.. li required no; cot 3. ,+

j $ ., abs.t1.qr .ro ".tJr. baseless and vision-! 1 1I send for the priest who will marry nil: j- Marry when your very touch seemed to give comfort sance will be made by socompetent an officer for a troop of soldiers to crow the Rhine r'\

t you and Sir George ?I' Yes you will follows and healing to that little quivering framehadthe and that it lead to the constructionof the neutral of fnlt'
I it f ii&ttacbuient t which'have alFurdi-d romance- we hope may territory Baden, and lead '
.
I .1' t s s-tI church and ns we come.out, you will kill star of hope set at last then, had you hung ff .,
\ 89)jany tbepiea, *rid the world of reality him.' 'Kill him I' 'Wcllf 'But it will he an over its dying pillow, when the strong breast this important work.. tive and unarmed Prince :, I3t. cross. JJsanset f

; tso. many inInc4! of disappointment: &nd absolute murder-an assassination.' 'M t you should have wept on was in the grave where Bay?through the midstjaf hostile &JT? .
and him it 5 il1 J'M'1 hastehius had caiiht alone "Eetoltrd. That his Hono' the Mayor be refUE'stedlu and take prisoner the commandant J 4
mscr iI AIn a justice-a duty; are your chiM was you of an anav """**$
; invite the attention of Lieut. ?4 I.L Smiih, ,
coward ?' She to her feet-the'veins Its last faint for the "1iel "ion could not give < surrounded his *
month 183t sprang cry / by guards, was A feat 1 1"
} ths Soptcnjbcr, n young aan.arrived I of the United Slate Topographical Knginerr: Corps, of heloua ;
i p ffom' 'HarM at'Diuppe. and took up darkened on her white l brow, her cheek colored .. -'-had: its last fluttering sigh breathed out on your now iu this City ind who it i is understood is on atour commensurate only with the daring of .
." j crimson, awl her eyes flashing, as if she at least i brt-nct-Oh! could you have said-"Tison/ya of Canal in state the sires. But our" Beta;" .,
t i-i;,; his re dince'at'l'Hoterde. >e. He wasidle .Survey our to ground intervening lutionary to the story: ".-
; lul forlunaCe knew not the mVariiog of fear. 'But, said |the child?" FASST FEn.THEANCENT betwee'n ,* bead Matanza and '
: ; ,bven sand the sole 'oJJ ct of I tb river "Incense by the conduct of Preseott
: \ : : hia tay wa< uoibc little .adventure ROTTI.all. Parisian! pn'e with !nten'ling pal 'what Smith'* Crrekth -hend of lIali'' "ivtr, at "Bu- habitants devised the 1*$:
several schemes
Yoom ncvds this tnarrinscf? 'What let him revel in lows Hnulover" and to nsk that he will if consistent to Hd t&nK ,
herewith
i : UC8C to be.employed andWiicreoT'io CITY. q
"f C9Q ; selves of the None
>
.: ., I : ; my father's wealthwhich I can only inherit as with his other nrrInrIiIrnts j' ''extmine the same, oppjespor. promised aoccca, ,,
Well
lie Tain. in the hotel there '-
'' and it was recrved'for Lieutenant-Co ,..
his widow lIe caught the earnest of her M iih a view to ascertain Ihe practicability cf Bar
I d! gaze op ninga .
and in the at-
lged ladyyoung
a cnttlopcd alj _. ton of Providence to conceive
and
.' ba tha large bright eyes, the pleading of her beautiful water communication connect thwe- two ;i&ns execute on* .,
ttr'i -9f moJt profound mystcrr. No one ,
mouth tn'sweetness whose breath.was even .' -.-- and rrport to the pity. Council: result of hid exnmmaiion. of the, boldest anA most Jfezardou* enterprise* _
t ,1. Icnetvfher }
she bath
I : went neither to the nor to >
undertaken during the war. It
I ,.' :i i the balldflaM! she not with on his check;-he caught her smill white hands, was
had servant
ever a
and swore upon them to do her wilL 'You must ". G.IJU PllREYS, Mayor.M&roi on the night of tOOOth of July,lectllnprashf i : f-fed
: ,: ;, her.bc bribed. All in the hotel raving "- ., ', =
cr.e. = __ that time Gen J1Ll Prescott was
leave me now, said she; 'it is late. She led -' --- quartererJatC ,
her
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about
her her xli nified'manner.
buattty grace, and 1 I I house ,of Quaker named .
k Of woutd steal stairs him to the-door; and as it closed, he apnin met ".: S S Orrtce.' ) A Qverton. five nafeft. J
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a night they ,
:' ;. to" catch! the tone, ofher, voices for glie up fiungexquisitely. those ra'licn't eyes, nod surely love was in their ;<. \ \ St. Augustine'* Fla : .19ih April 1C53.' $ above at Newport the north on part the-of west roadi'adinjtt3f| tii 1
ferry the"sand.
:, Our Parisian's ijead was long apd lingering'look. That night the hotel My Dear tir, Barton' f"
lJ young '
t !t S (ompletcly turned. To a neighbor, was disturbed: by-:! an Arrival. The wind had -- ." -" Enclosed herewith, I have the honor to transmit, plan was to cross Narraganset Bay from tbeH. : .4'
main seize'Prescott and
J wtth the face they said .-ho knew changed, .find the packet entered the harbor.- I Resolution of & carry him to the Aaeri '- ?)
haVCjU EQUALITY OF FEDERAL RIGHTS AND DETERMIXEn a the City Council of St. Augujunv, can It was A ha/ardorw It
Next morning he learnt that Sir George Wati !- camp. very un* ta&, '4K '
I fcbtf had- the voice of on neither to be RESISTANCE TO ALL WHO OPPOSE THE)!. in reference a Survey of.the country betWeen big, for at that time there wejre tftree Britishfrfe. '$
i lhalI\,had e too, that orders
; benor her come; 1Jcarnt,
abfe to scc' to speak it
TTA? I the MaianzasaaJ Halifax Kivers
i with
view
to ascertaining ates with theirboats -
lyn
east
't '
I h14n. sent to | for fri'
: jeqpugb to.drive him wild. He bought prparethc; chapel a marriage.4 -
juitaV, the practicability of a canal connecting dcnce Island and almost in fron r! '
In vain he sought another.interview with S T. AUGUSTINE, : (
composed :
I .tr" and. $ng$ wherd the word neighbor r fTuartersi Witi\Afe cHosen
[ < ,(.O dt'Tr served as a rhriao: ,tp .the word ,un-. Allegra. A ;?arriajre at length drove'up.torVhc Saturday May 21st, 153., theseiwoRivers. ._ j* ff* nT-*ljK4.w r t.

j I 1.t : I ;ffA"A" m 'and' t' '.11 da uprcrJrI ,by 'aJall! dart ,Rtern.looking' i i -,_ S I -1 .K 5 S'ajJC&aMbe:'firnBfilpiljt( #JjrUr Bd i 3I -a '

.. id 1if With'.as m'uc man '\".forne io the Tchicret Eu'gcnS ThPdijijarEdudor.We { once, the importance of'I inn coniexionbdilo ihir and pliSftitd T r.tqRbdft 10e

: i ern : oal1t'.rci1 )c.th.o.\\"n intO iiJniin followed it, an.lurivt'djust as thrj*yreraonjr was have, received the first number of a workto Gen ral! Government and \!o'&atf' Island betw nJthe islands Prudence and ftk .
c1mlir.! Si? held his the
T 't7w.'quite injali-on and con George vfctimjby Aninlandcomithefii '
a ; guitar i'lD eskEwg frofp 1Xor- tience. heard the '.\
JThjj t
intro- cry, w ,
I fixed his fierce her frith be published monthly It to :
arm, and a proposes
were equally wasted., MJength he vjd eye upon
res on aroli Ilently
of
portion SgnA 1jaitttt't'olhf' the guardiboats jpthe ,enemy, a* they
= :
cold and cruel expression fine was alrifofct'hid the of Human \
i writing;', the cow-guiyrwlch) trave'rscd the ; duce the, People to all departments and unobserved
Johns : Jiflloilda l andJandinjr in L
den her veil but and the $t. River pohituut 40( ,: '
it by Rhe was trcmbliftg fntn5 j
,
jper was as fine almost as the (unagiifcd) eye-. ; kno\\'le?, and afford to individual man the. tonVCove at theTOouth-of IT small
: I t to h54 mistress a World Cupids ) little of hen face could be wen was white as the mije. -..fturh of \ugitstine,* n" of.About threefourthfof ; .strewn which t
; grapes, 'of secular education. Each ) the quartiiofPreott .
around.Tr4 means a complete passed y : xtondhj ,
S and roses," crowded the bon t of the marble of the monuni>nts ccremony -.: a mile wjll rxten-l ih&corrimtir icaii tln to \
,;' pa.p r SJ Irsy/is |f azure b'uc v.-a.v. antfbj&re WAS at an f nd, and they left the cH'pel.' In number of* the Educator"v will contain ,articles' the FluriJa Ref..-The only remaining link which dcd his men into and fever .gijuacb' assfenihg* "to '
$
each 'its atatiOTWandthen wfch
duty
a. I .l' .; a dov4e4to] flight t T!& whole staircase wasfporftftncd stantly the.young Parisian sprang forward, and several of the d vartments. The lessons in would rfqnisite to'extrnd: this i )Inland! "narigniion strictest ord r and profound, g2encer! ,: ,I
.
J t I, .vho' bw$ mo Scented cpisulg to the struck the bridegroom in the face. 'Liar, murderer Geography* will be accompaincd with maps engraved 'from North <,*irouna? to the Florio Gulf. would not van ed towards thehoase. Th/main portio
I and cowarrl! do dare follow ? '
b me k
I; ftadJfiaiS It. But thcrlcttaU you
.f 'I apcU half dozen successors convey shared tbet\.am The Englishman started and then struclc him in on coppery jinq,tile 'lessons in every other exceAl 'Gnu-' fifteenpiiles} oflenMing tQljr'madefja*r the expedition: pa'Wd.'aboutjnway betetBritrstt S

I fat-Oitr: Parisian was stupified with asto nisH. return. For life or-for death-yours or mine!I' department, .ic\
I : ."\ 'nt: what! had.he, the utterly irresistible! rc ;cried. Eujren'ejtofferinj? him one of two pistols. by Piaghu 1,1[) gravings and Drawings.We about miles an.I'between the .Matanzas a..Ha fix company of light horsAile, the rema",

I '. :.. .r1r4ine!1 a fortnight under.flic same roof with ftg ;: They retreated a few paces fired, and both fell commend thisfWurfc. .parI :ulllrll to the Riven a distance of some seven DiJt .-It Is to this to make a from circuitous the/ear route, and toapp'roachTjarters secure.th rrc'3oot .
-Sir GcorWshot through the heart-the Pris. ,
'.Tm, and pretty woman, and only learnt that t ladies and last -connection that your attention ir'p'attMnilariyde andhls men approached
I If ,by the of Mde. Paul ia'wune ,{inn rouRly'woiinded. He was carried to young gentlemen. ired 'I he theptt"
name ; opening of an inland c mrnijnjesj'on! sentinel hailed them twicer and thei ', u.
:, t t1'usjwcnt!. was not even supposed to be her own!f) :his hotel, where he Jaji for some hours insensi o The Southern Cultivator.. like thai to which 1 nave alia fed,has for many;fears the countersign. "'V have no coon .
i 4 '" has ble. At 1 lengtijjfiortw able! to speak. His last
I e many slafes, and te! young jFrcnchj been deemed of in military* point )
ATWra fainting in the We have received the i'ay number of this great importance a give Barton said'anquiekty; jufd .
i '. I&n had arrival at on& tSryt'nusual with h'nfTIZ. 'recol1pctionT asbfJ&eijJK "
I (.f view in uid.r lo connect the extensive (o1'6clioDS seen any deserteranhere? to.-1.t
.i melanclipjy. One day tie ''was roused from ft arms of the 'atf danl{ 'Where is she? ex- valuable Journat-It, is published monthly in you .

;I disconsolate. rtvcric by one of thd sorrants iljiirned; hft lodkfhg round th( "oom f'a 'rly.1. .- Augusta Ga. for One doUr. per year single which are being built upon the Reef; r prbtect our senfoeLwas misled by this.questIOU, JIUIk
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and undeceiv
I Jt. 7s. thethbe friends ainot
I e L Who: inlh3m-. vast Gulf commerce wits! the mlun."by'chaflnl"l ,
I .wo had bribed to observethe motions pg "of six is made five dollars.
: or where a club anaibimself
copy his musk seized bound atW-.1
was
lIt 111, running in.to, inform him that she :jJ, Jtt.IA1tPgra-L"\ Yes; where coounotliuu!and safe,from all. risks':expoallre"(
raenacediwith instant fleato f b : .t' was last gone down to the quay, to gee packet t 4e' honrs snc: ther to the perils 0( the sea or tTie'attack ofei4iiies
\1 I which wasendcAvpring to enter the harbor in the tfGo1\C, r- ana he saik bark on hi? pillow. No We again repeat that we arc surprised to see -while it wjuld.at the painwtirae 'flope iSesire ,The 4OiTVI been s c.uaJd py the di,Siolrom' :.

I teeth of a contrary wind. In an in tl11'.1t'mil' '1'Isago hid been left-no trace of her ronlrl hone so little disposition on the part of some of the sources of-n country, now uninhabited and:enable. !tbe.re,-'.&ti&( .hrton entered alSne the front pue. '
erton
sat the _
: .,i..t .on Ji.it'Y tq the .quay.4 The Sl'a'u' i! y u of the servants brought him I Southern such invaluable I boldlyj 3frp reading; ttst
I \ .11 I.. wliolatoAvn gatheretjon veryrongiafcTJbe tho: Ii .fti, 1r, remembered seeing her wear, people to support' an the necessary supplies, fur provisioninhrjii5. oftBe fldiitng in bed. Barton inquired:for ) S
was '
hel i .t 4 ded the coast \ lC tr chain, round her neck that fatal Journal. No Farmer should hesitate to pay the cations be d.awn from the kdjnceACuJtti-N'i': General ,PrcscotCa room. Ovcrton pointed upwardy'iBlgnifying -+ .

the-*CSse -MBMrstemed, in- sheer, madness w& 'hing,;;; ,?Tnj1t' pfliened w4th a spring, and contasnp1thiflature trifling sum of one dollar a year for such a "pniject wuhiif my knowledge, ofirsfpch'jIecsIve..; that it was.. Directly over the
\ t ii ofasinjrji'arlr! h nlbr.mc"OtIOJ advan.nges, at apnnrently: so incuosiderabk au out room in which toby were .t nwn With fo"4|
I lfb1cir1g ite jj fijfyfite of the furious wind andthe work. The perusal of one number only willS I '
l1 it neither Sir h knor lay.- S s n(} .z d'SiSs na,! ow.rfu ne rO who
y f.hink.Ib.e: pale blew so strong, that' : } ,was .George's satisfy any one that as an Agricultural Journal itcann't 4 accoiu[iie.dj tiiein BattcAl Ascended the stairs
I n f1own.. ,
".. the colossal., .cYaci.. 1"_, of. \otre. Dame.'_ de Bon-sc-u 'IrTbeExecTitoii' Oc'. be surpassed in.this country.. The obtaining accurate formation upon which., I aud gentixptnedj, the o It w iJo ; no4mwasta&t
'i"- 4UU IJ9 tt IKe.UHSM W:111: 1. i was fl, gallant ._ to predicate an application! to Government to, thacoiisiruciio..of 1
patleMng thencigro drew
\ .: at..J.tho bold steamboat painted With 1Vcr iMajor Andre, I in ;
{ ihi.-VorJc has i induced the *
Council
the DIl City ,
I p.\GtJtr.mOTTrES.-lli. uerrcm ba i & .11
l'\rd.6m 11Epe o ei1 1g.hia ,
T tz.Drin'i P
: Ifehtcd who wasconstontrlyjn
Colors by one of chance r,
g up those i ravs call
'. which struggle: through the darkes| skies while l the roon with?' he prisoner, jejatcs thit artist is now in this ..City- and prepared to take to Y attention* *r .to this mattrfand-i hopinc balteringram bojrtopen&e doorjit" the.fintefU .< ,tfortv
hat it will J be .
i in
the back ground srmcd,by one enormous when the hdnf t his execution was 'Announced 1 likenesses of all who may wish them. lIe will your power Ioprpmueao! :! meritori- M* .: p
I r black cloud. Now the seemed to him in thcrSjofning, he received Jtfoyjth.Tir oiuan enterprize-' jg The General, suposin" the intruders to ba '
I, vcssj| i id air, as tucajn'Umt a few days longer, and we would f t fc hTstJrd
from und his
j it rode the ridge of spmagigantic: ware; and emotion, and while all present wcre Iff'e'ted with I on; very Re pecifuHy your robbers, sprang seized goUV.'
Advise those who wish A good picture to giveWin I watch
that was hanging upon {hp.waU.&rton
tlteji Tgxm; srcmud lost in one of those'.depths: sileftpoomJie'relajped! A firm countenance, oJ Ob'' 'fft. ,
farmed by the stormy sea-valleys, indeed, of the Fit ,calmness and mposureof mind. Observing A call And he will be kure to give satisfaction.Ilis G HUM UPUEYS,, Mayor.Tp. .' placed his hand gently upon the GeneraT shoulder

I **"* *ow odeathjy. A dense column rose,; unduIJiker -' I his servant cuter the room in tears, he exdaimed pictures ore capital specimens of the art and Lirnr.i L. SM ITH. 1 A told S'fcnce him he was Sis prisoner, and that pet* 't

S tJ iehUiib i AS themast,!and from 'Ivaveme. tilL 1 ylhi CM nhow yourself exhibit fine Yj s. Top') 1. Iugl *' -' )* : feet was now his only fcafcty. Prescott.* j
a i.h. net'fit,
TV. 9 :
? .. t.f ; begged time to dress, but i it hot
.being
wntjtohjrn .IuDlg,1t."sn.JJJ.ta
-K3? it, liB a, nrucoL5am > t P't1" ''in' e j ahWdcnwhkh; 4*fou nt TA-Actout froro,Tcxasrsive UK' S 5 -- '."L'Aullf1't fn 'J ---< I*; ..tP. r ; J 'P qtt Jt'\tfol

.' jtonc ri j4etooat:'by1ur '. 'yaJut 'carries' Jiad bicn fTbnetJfery day of his confinement, he glowing -descriptions of the gold mines th re. S. I encln** heretvi'h' a diognm* of the Route him f&jinhati'woula tb 'wh'.To he not could be Irrut make to-.1 1wib tot.l'alo5, f ;
aCrMa ( bar
ftrtd stars aloft 1' partook of it as usual and shaved and
1.9 PBjripe cried the captain! of ; ,having ,
Mines of a very productivc character have been clll1lpife.il from the Public "Surveys aDd p.llitt'ly furnWieilhy mnre care at his leis,re. So, throwing luAj
thu yprt 'Yonder ift her captain disputing with dressed himself, hcj>laccd his hat on the fable,
and it is stated that at least four Mtr ptrxHtij, of the : cloak aruiuid.hiin and pI3C3flUm between two ,
I A tal q| in4n'n a naval Uniform. Faith I but the and cheerfully satdUb Vie guard-officers, "{*am discovered orrVyi r G--n rals

:' .'*, ;lit; it is madness to think of enter- read/at any moment gentlemen, to wait on von." hundred diggers were at'work in the Hamilton Office,which may be of okl vic .IU any examination armed insn, the prisoncwa hurried tojUiesliore. .'Ii
Inglthe harbor this weather. The fatnl hour arrived detachment you .uIY, iii-! In the meantime Major BavingtonPrescottri ',
Still, his tall companion having a large Vally of ihe Colorado, cuc'u averaging from five .
-
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t. ?i"sfitir.! How can they risk such Il:no- of troops were paraded, and IIn immens4 < -. aid hearing the noise In he OfncraTa '

Llo,vessel I In advance of the .crowd, her feet I concourse of peop'e assembled; almost all our to ten dollars a day, Farmers were leaving .Si <\ugu-liur, April 21st. 1853. r9orn, leaped from a'window to escape but wa* -

pn the wet.and slippery pebbles, so near that general and field officers, exceptin his excellency their pbugh? and rushing to the new diggings, Sir:-Ihiv the honor tt> nckuoMrleJg-J \ re. ptured. lIe and tie' sentinol! were stationed- /

the foam dmhes in flakes of snow over her' shoes, and his staff, was present on borst-bark; mel- and trades were' anticipating making fortunes by ceipt of your letter of the 19 h. ;IIl5t., toother with i fri the centre of the party. At about mtdnigh% '

; I ftood a female, ,immovable, with her eye fixed ancholv and gloom pervaded all ranks-the scene furnishing mining implements. The countryhas the enclosed res"Iuti ol the City Council "f StAugngiine' I, captors and prsoncrs latuled at the Warwick" ,
Point where General Prc cbtt first broke the sic
tho.naval officer awful. .
\1' 4 pn whom she could distinctly was nffccting ann reqiimiin me tom.ikv nn exiiiiinntlon; of j
been examined and found contain fora
I KCC by means of A small telescope. Her deep I was so near during the solemn march to the to gold the Country riftwren Matnnzai and Halifax : lence by saying to Colonel Barton, "Sir, yovf *
4. t .JJ : fatal distance of one hundred miles around. Whata river I have made a bold l P"sh' to-aightw "We hav 4
.' + mourning told the Parisian it was his unknown. spot, as to observe every movement and with a yiew ofn.-miaining; the %
; '\ f& 'iratch f fii ;ht&,her face, he went knee deepifftlMcrAjtr participate in every emotion wjich the melancholy -I. tid3 of emigration will pow sst in for Texas ilL Communication prnriicabiliiy open- been fortunatecooly rcplie-1 Barton.. Captain;, ,*

,' 1 'hTstood directly before her i but scene was calculated to'produce. Major and we shall soqn have the fever as bad, if ij a by Cnnil between the two I Elliot was there with a coach to convey the priA.

,. so ntent was her gaze on the approaching vessel, Andre walked from the stone-house in which he rivers: also- to estimate the probable: tool of the oners to Providence, where they arrived at sun

y. that'she RAW )him not. Suddenly a dark shadow had been confined, between two of our subaltern not worse, than during the height of theCaif r- work. rie. Prescott was kindly treated by General*

: kU over him a loud cry from the spectators officers, arm !riarm; the eyes of the immense nia excitement. Texas being so much nearer It will aff'rd me pleasure'- to comply witl the.wi.h* Spencer and other officer and in the courso r."l-:

t nm .c1 him of his danger; the next moment a multitude were fixed on him, who, rising! superior than the gold mines pf California will tcjnpt cs of the City Council iud as srxinas my present dulieHtiduMt few days was sent to the head quarters of Washington -

\giqtic wavy burst over hi* head. lie sank, to the far of death, appeared as if consnons many who'have been deterred from going to of it. I will take.an early cporiunity to' : at New-Windsor. ., .on the Hudson. (ts';

Btrnjrglcd, rose, and, dizzy and dripping, scrambled of the dignified deportment which he displayed.He mnke S t
1
t California on account of the great distance from ihoxnminadundr-sired.andin rfue tiraetransjaii Fmm Ihf' Savannah Morninff tie"..
to the shore, amid the laughter which his betrayed no want of fortitude; but retaineda id the-ii wlf i
the vbt
: safvt.v4nurecL The first tiling he saw was the comnlarent smile on his countenance, and po- home and the great length of required. jn getting ibiougli your results iut'd. Delaware, NeroesLtc.S ::

.1 beautiful unknown laughing too. He.cast upon Ijte'v bowed to several gentlemen whom he knew, there. 4 1 am with great re.!p.ct The Delaware Constitutional Convention has ,).

her a look of bitter reproach. She extended her which was respectfully returned. It was hi' Sir, Your & t., ervt., adopted a section providing that: -.,:

hand to him. >Ah, how I blame myself I said earnest desire to be shot, as being the mode of YCLBE&R\ TREES is FBAXCE.-The culturq of M. L. SMITH, "No free negro or mulatto not now an lnbbi.ttant :

\'heiqa1owsweetvocer'itisformMkeyou) death most conformable to the feelings of a military Mulberry trees is increasing every year jn LirDt.Topogl.logi etra. of the State, or who shall l hereafter leave thev
.: came 4'!d you pot? do forgive me." Our young man, and he had indulged the hope that his France, and from statistics recently published, lion P. HUMPHREYS, ) State with intent to change his residence, shall, iy t

t Parisian now was fairly out of his senses.;. At request would be granted. At the moment Mayor of tit. Augustine. VRaoog after the adoption of thisConstitution, settle i ii., vi'

$ this moment, a general shout ann lIDCl-d that the therefore, when he came suddenly in view( the it appears that there are nineteen departmentswhere this State, or com? into and remain( within the, f

.' steamboat had tacked : away she bounded from gallows, he involuntarily! ttrtcc1'ht"k. and made the silk worm is bred with much profit JgU D-Tjiis, though smallest State in State more than ten days. All contracts made ;

J the bono, like a wa-bird over the watrrs. 'Ah!' a'pause.' "Why this emo"tionsr, ? ?" said an officer There are about thirty nine thousand mulberry the Unita: ) yet appears to be the biggest in cor with any free negro or mulatto coming into the ,j

fwioMde. Paul, with a deep drawn breath anda by his side. Instantly recovering his compbsnrp trees in France producing seven' hundred an4 .ruption. The late election has State contrary to the provisions of this section s.1-
peculiar expression i of countenance, 'so much he sad{ "1 am reconciled to my death; brought out some shall be void;.and any person who shall employ ..1.
.ihe better. I do not(turning to her crmpanion)ask but. T detest the mode." S eighty million kilogrammes of leaves; and the queer goings on. The Providence Journal after such free negro or mulatto\ otherwise encourage -,.

IfrOll love m?-I }know it-t am sure of ft.S .- : While waiting and standing near the gallows, production of raw silk in that country amountsto stating that one man spent $ 4,200 for election him to remain in the State, shall be fined ia' -.

4 .Come at five o'clock to my room : I will order I I.observed some degree of trepidation-placing the sum of three hundred million francs a purposes, says that in another town, where the a sum not less than ten nor more than one,hue- <\,

I dinner for two. Do not Cail:1 I must speak to his foot on a stone, and rolling it o\"er. and choking contest always close who dred dollars." v'
year. The Academy of.Science n Paris is aboutto was a man is an
applicant -
; u; to-morrow it will be too late.' From that in his throat, 'as if attempting to swallow.So .- Rigorous measures against free negroes saya i
Ifir' five o'clock he t3 at his toilette. Five soon, however, as he perceived that things try the experiment of producing three and for an appointment under the Govern- the Jfi 0. Bulletin, are becoming. general v

:. struck he fclt he was, as ever irresistible and were, In readiness, he stepped quickly into the four, silk crops a year a box of silk worm ejfgs ment, bought a vote for $25 apd as neither he throughout the free States. Illinois, Indiana; .*

::: lie!hurried: tq his appointraetri. She wa| ingin:; wazon; and at this moment' he appeared to I having been received from New Orleans, containing nor the venal wretch who took his money would Ohio, etc., have laws of more or I less rigor.. If \

iua/d l.fwcct song a8 he entered? and her back. "Hrink; but,' instantly: elevating his head with i two varieties of the Louisiana silk worm trust the other-they were pretty well acquainted the thing goes onthis. way for A few years thft

/ r turnety the door, give him an opportunity of firmess, he .said, "It will be but a momentary -each took hoi3of the five five-dollar bills poor free negro in the free States will have causeto -.: ,

'p ., -I p'\syj Klw she bent over her. guitar,. the most 'panjr;" and, taking from his pocket two white ,which it is said produces .three and four silk by one hand, and so marched to the ballot box I., mourn over the fact thai h,his*(not A..masterS .. *

r exquisite yshouldcrs and the prettiest* shaped handkerchiefstho provost marshal with one toady !crops a year.. _. and tQ take care of anprqj1deJo.5% -.*'" i
when
-- head in the world. She rose with such graceful jttnioried his arms, and with the other the victim !I. the voter dropped in the envelopes, the The Delaware Convention alToted' thttlclergymtn 1IOi. f

: confoRion, and her Jong eyelashes fell ojjit!black After taking off his hat and stock bandaged his : 3T"' It perhaps might be ofinterest to know, purchaser let go his hold of the money. This I while offici tingas such,shall!*t elfc '

ycsWack Gulnarc's when theIr light wakened own eyes with perfect firmness which melted now that: we are sending an expedition to Japan, was done in open town meeting ajjd in the presence tedtoanypoliticalofficcalsothatnobankbirtershallbe '

: the slumbers of the Pirate: &he was now the hearts and moistened the cheeks not only of something about he country. From De Bow's of the voters on both sides. I Granted by any future Legislature ,

.drcst in white, her rich dark hair whs gathered his servants but of the throng of spectctors. Review we learn that the revenue of Japan V BV until after three' months' notice of applicationshall

'trpiiby combs e gold, her girdle was of gold also, The rep being appended ta the gallows he slip- WHAT PSYCHOLOGY HAS DOSB.-At the last have been publicly advertised in at 1eaathree

i. and*19 were the massive bracelets on her arm, pet the noose over his hcadyand adjusted it to his amounts to $100,000,000 Annually and that the annual conference pf the Methodist Episcopal Delaware newspapers. .

'whose symmetry a sculptor might! have modellod. i neck without the assistance of the executioner. standing army in time of peace, is 120,000 men. church of New Jersey assembled at Bndgeton I 4. S '

it I .> They Rat' down to dinner, and all embarrasmsnt' Cq'oncl Scammel now informed him that he had The population is about 50,000,000 The trade one the members was tried and convicted REVIEW 01 TUE SPIBITCAI MAXirzsrATios "," "
of
floated away on the champagne: coffee, anoportunity to speak, if he desired it lie of Japan, it is estimated with this -From Col. SIBBLT we have received a handsome -
j fiqueura and confidence, carne to ttiier. ify raised the handkerchief from his eyes and said, country practising the modern science of Psychology, pamphl t of odd pages,. containing
seventy
f- .- T name is Allegra' said the beautiful stranger '( "I pray you to bear me witness that I meet my provided she open her ports to us, will be worth against the true interests of the Church, and discussion t manifesto ..
the :
j was'born at Naples, and the revolution which fate like a brave nun!2" The wagon being now more than $200,000,000 annually to us. the peace and dignity of the same. It was A < subject spiritual

deprivfed Mnratof his crown deprived my father removed from under him, he was suspended, and shown in evidence that the Rev. Physcbologist Lion, b, Rev. CHARLES BEECHEB. Of Us theme"a '

also, of his country. He fled' to America, i instantly expired.-Chamoer't Hfpotitory.Only STRIKES.-Strikes in all the trades seem to be had caused New York aper says :

cairj-ing with him, however, the best part of his the order of the day in of Northern and a young sit lady against her knowledge "there is riq subject 'before the people which ,6
many tlJe consent to down in the
'w&th1 which from his a lap of a gentlemen of Attention
; solitary habits accumuJatod Child. Cities. monopolizes a larger share public .
from year to y .r. As my evil fate would f'Who is to be burned here?" said! I to the Many others creation seem to be affected before company. The delinquent minister was than the so-called- spiritual phenomenon In.to.

hue'it. when on the TCfpe of womanhood, he Sexton. '!'fOnly child ma'am." J by this general mania.. We have heard it admonished for his indiscretion and directed to undreds of families in this city the .,'

formed an acquaintance with a young'English Only a thUd r Oh! had you ever been a moth intimated that even the pugilists are about to keep his hands clean of all inventions of the devil, and tipping'Are the ordinary amusements-ot the

JIWl.Sir George Walsingham, who soon acquir- er-had you.nightly pillowed that little golden strike and that inanimate objects such as clocks "Spiritual Rappings" included. evening, and the belief that spirits Are the causa .

4ed unbounded 'influence over him. My father I head-had you slept! the, sweeter for that little will strike'when the time Beggars of these manifestations is widely prevalentThi -- '

q iqi-=God forgive my tuspiclons if unjust-but velvet hand upon your breast-had you waited} will refuse proper comes. E Mr. BRYANT, editor of the New York Eve* oeUrfinota mere vulgar tuition dII4upon
his death was strange and sudden. On 'for the first cut pies damaged cake and anytWng It baa
opening intelligent glance from those blue ning Post who is traveling in the East writes ignorance and npentition* |Pf
1wil it was found that all his property trILS eyes-had you watched its slumbers, tracing the less than sixpence after the 4th of July. Sleepy that the ancient bigotry of the Moslems ,is fast sanction of the C'urch. Grave divines of'tnd

-J1ttto m-buton condition:that I mnrricdSi features of him who stole your girlish heart church goers intend striking for leadings Protestant sects have subscribed! to it.
away mattresses pipes relaxing and that
fh.frr Wa1sinS'1t *, who otherwise inherited to -r wept a widow's tears over its uncon- fld coffee during service. not only do the Turks get We have already given the opinion of Dr. Tying

rnyexdn.ion. Ilmnored his mt'I'CY : told him flC=-bad your desolate, timid heart gain- prosy. drunk like Christians, of which he was sorry to. upon the subject, and the ReT.CharIes Beecher, ,

Tneer ouidretnrnhL. afYc&nan t last ed from that little piping voice to wrestle It is little hfcve seen some example on board of the Austrian -. it appears, coincides with the/doctor in Attributing 'I

.. 1iOOinr refitsals and approaches in rain, I fled with the jostling qpwd for d&11"Wead-bad its queer thjit while four hundred Steamer that broufht him to Beyroot t. iut the 'manifestations'tot diabolic Agency- t

t1il with what monq : jewels I had Al- .iQving smiles And pratiing words been sweet reompense -* years have elapsed since the invention of printing, that they submit to contact with the Christiansand Here then, we hAve two distinguished cl if-I.
1 t .pursued 1 Sir George fr such sad yet books are not in drcnlktion all the the other 'A Congregationalist -
exposurer-hadthe lonely over globe, do not think themselves as once. did men, the one an Episcopalian,
W 'E" offloer who urged theN future been brightened by the hope of that while the use tobacco became universal within they Admittin "theirfiitm' the sopor "
.. ., contaminated it
$ I fdangerous. trial of to-day.t.-' ; young.arm fcTlean upon, that bright eye for yoOf fifty Years of its discovery.u by ; and that the, suffered their natural_ origin of the .PP_ ,' etc. Tiua, a % .
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! I : '" jDomestic*Receipts. I 1: ;.I;,; ;7 I NEW\ 'i-& Ordinance for the i Prlcv1Aa.-t' 'f 1
: fei f'I t.
jgk !resIu3ki*, ft demesne IH. > /1L: of White Penout Assembled ..or: ;
4 Jkw, there are two estabof Boara BREAD PCBDIKO.-Bofl oufone pint I I CHEAPCASISTQREI} Divine Worship. '. .< ', 1' ;

_. which the leaves of the and a half of milk put the bread in a pan, pour I Be it Ordained, by'the Mayor and Ct wneil of the <.:
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L siez14d1nte a species of wool the boilingjjtoflk on, and cover it closely, to keep nilIIE JL SteamerCAROLINA: ; M. COXETTFS. City of St Augustine: That from and afier tie|>1.C \ .
I in fee other in the steam when cool mash it fine beat Master will make a trip to Si. Augustine of this Ordinance,if shall
_- the waters left from ; very the NEW GOODS, CHOICl GOODS ANDCHEAPGOODS any person or persons kuow'i&
1 ___ t't i of this substance scrre to sup- thrt'O eggs light, add'atfecti; '*; large tea-cup of Tuesday Charleston. 24th: inst., and leave the same Mi day 14th.for inIy be engaged or concerned'in vociferalivr ,Boise' ", i II

_I batlis lor the use of sick persons, raisins; boil as plum pudding, serve up with y' selling spirituous liquors or any other act Raving a f/

______,. iments were both set on toot uua prod cream,or uny fancy sauce.-GermantottnTtlrgraph. Magistrz4cs iectioii.N immediate tndenev to disturb or caow a rifcturba I,
J *ptxnteude | *forest inspector, .' \ is hereby ordered to be {hM, on MATTHIAS It. ANJU F.i.T, of a con rcpntion of white peron ai8e lb.kd! Jbr : ;
rk 4 wMt11t inventor of Chemical <. ( c 1 Tuesday the .:24ih instant; fur two Justice of Respectfully nnoun'crs$ to the cimizensuSt. Augustine p'llpoSt' of divine wrurthip at a chrrch or chnpef in the l .
r and the Peace, fur '-ach of ihe Magi-lrates jn and City; such person if a white mon shall be fineAnot I' i
1* extracting from long and slyndcr I INDIAN MEAL norGIi Nets."A tea-cup a II Districts vicinity that he hns
lees than five dollab .
:\ __ .ry fine fiBrous subbtance, wl ich hlt'r of belling! milk T>ourwl on two tea-cups of by Ih.ihe' ow failure,.7 ofi of:Johns lie people; to fill to deeR VICllllClelotclIl'lOnrd! Inret.'foreorikrrd OPENED AND OFFERS FOR SALE. person the ofiVmJtr r more Mia 11 than be fined twenty aa ,aforesaid if n colored i H! )

on account of its posreaWten sifted Indian meal When it is cool add two teacups on the tint Monday of the month'and the in the basement story of the building situated at the whipped not exceeding thirty stripes?or irnprifoned I ::1! .
: e and spinning properties zs11VOt1L of wheat flour, pne tea-cup of butter, one following psons, :ire appointed In-jieciotfs of said corner of St George and Picolata-streets opposite to exceeding! one wet'k.'whh'Qtlu ct the discretion or" '. I' .
, and a half of uupar, one of yeast, and two epjrs. Rlectivn namely-For District No. 1 Georj 'Center,' Monument square, the Mayor: and Ct'imncilnnil, that the City Marshall l. (" .
; jeiir leaves of pines, firs, and other with a table-spoonful! ofcmniunon or a prated Thomas An-treu,: and f:. C. irllpkin8-ror 'District 'I1PERIOIl AND EXTENSIVE AftSOKTMBAT .Mavorpr Alderman shall attend to all complain and I"
1 H trees composed of clusters ofexadhciire nutmeg. If not sufficiently stiff add equal j ortions -! No. 2 Antouio Masters, Aniouio! Pun and Peter OP ARTICLES IN TUB arrest such oflenifer. ? t .: I
4eI&t fibres of wheat and Indian meal Let it rise till 2nd. That convirtians the .\
*i sun-ounding Masters. -For District No 3.] Manuel upon person persons con- \J
;together a resinout sttbEtance This very light "oil it)bout half an inch thick, and Solnno. John Lee yilliam and D J. Durrence. DRY GOODS LINE rcted hill remain impri"nned or cUIDm. ud'ulltill e' .
: aiibsto.nct i may be dissolved by boiling, qut it into small nOD 'SLaPl.-d cakes ind boil, The Election to be held at the usual place! of holding tine and costs are paid or satisfied. ._ :J. t, ;II
a|W flM empiovBifnt ota certainnagents; iti them in lard. Clertion in said Districts and die polls opened at Selected by an experienced dealer in New York, embracing Passed, in Coucilarch 10th 1853..Jitt':, I f- ,
1geaesc to separate the fibres from 9 A. M. anj closed at 5 P M. ', : not only the finer descriptions most in dc. G.. HUllP.IJREYSfllaJor I iti

: toden thfm, afiH remove any ex- I Ii INDIA MEAL SnoJt &ED.-Stir into a. pint I G. HUUPilREYS. I mtnd tor ladie nnd gentlemeirsuse, bat those of a I Attest J at.. .' .J '- ,
i meter. By this treatment the woolj I of sweet milk three well-beaten eggs; a1d a little Office of Pro}"" St. John* C i., : ceartlt'r.bul all of which(JOOU he and LKSS EXPENSIVE quality B.. PiCETIT.' -. t4' r. b :
3Vi ; pledges himself ,
14m. 1 lp.: to dispose of
4 greater or tea degree of kdt; and half cup butter,, with enough sifted lay > for 'a'ax Cullc lor' .'. "
SUlc.V
-.r---- CASH to those who may favor him with their ( S
r **"** *13L$M7 *TJ be stripped i when I Indian meal to nako a thick batter. Drop if lacking Varuiih, &c.-Masons) hoe patrunaije.nl virtue of the power vWedliume( by law .! I

f j*ynonf t for tm nrtKlesor whorls at the from a large spoon upon buttered tins. Bake 3 :> blackang.10ziOUS t hoe Varnish, Hnrnesy Var- 'LWEa 'pnn'cr.s :B shall expose for bale beforeihe Court House ia7 .. "s } f .
Jiilw bftocliFiftre left, the tree will conlftJP them in a quick oven. When they are lightly ish. Rubber blacking FiihOil, NeuU foot Oil. at : l'alalkaon"tbe first Jlonday of July uext,the-follow-! .
L w. The stripping off of the kav sw browned they are done. Send them to table hot retail. B. E. CRR.S' than articles of the fame kind and quility can be'obtained ing described propeBjror ro much thereof as will pay .' ..I
-_ ty tDtrs. I and cat *m with butter.jJiroiAN at any other .:ore in town. To convince the the state and couuTuxe and due
4I I tone Lime for white wavhiug. very good pubic, that in thusspeaking.heutters idle necessary expenses .
:_ ; i to wwdi tibia wood-wool was first ante 1\11 -w no boast., thereon, to :wit. *
also White warh jmOSJ
Brushes Coloiing paints, Alum he invites all visit bis '.
to store 'clx
tntft .
substitute MEAL m.D.-non' of '
if
ftr coMon or woo'tnblankft I two cups Copper. a, aloe, &c. # acres one half 2d and the other half 3d nie'
___ Ji the year 1842, tIny Very soft; add'an equal quantity of sifted April 3|'lb. Iril'J: B -F.. CA R R. \JMJ.NE FREELY FOR TUE I EI.VtS. 'aid'' double tasted granted to the Heir of 1 l'hoinas ,. i
I Indian Tnenl, a ca-Fpponful of saft, half, tea-cup assudEthmrmin .adfsnc*.that if they do Cod hit! Forbes advertised for Nonpayment of tufo\for the :' .
rg. "* fJf la-i jISfey* 1kiumdo aBti4ii L ;;A.u.qtb'QuarJ' 'B UoJ' ji iwpntea enliaUy correct v ;.r'JfW" $ a&lbent. J Th2beipk1 R'Ctw,1 3rs prIvi.tsuive hIw .' ...if _. _
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'I.. atter.t 1I. \jogeUer,' andirs : win. Tr'**'lr*mfdJ.Ji: bth: who tobUyt.b.1 & t-- *. ,. stuim9ran 5auJ2tCtuuhmtc'd N.lib1:1 iluda. -. .
". J\B.. \ ".cannotVe! pro ') appreciate good bar fnlu., UUItLINGAMl': & N. Augniti"ApriI. 16.1853. South Ly 3uJa of the lleira ofWillinin! ., East '. -

, isby Cured. yfulinilc. 8. i U. mt. ,a/spoon- HOWk have been enabled to mrll that large' ock by. public lands and West bfcpublic lands. .,I. ,
1di sort"0t l t S .hour to rise,jCORX of goods and through the kin Joes*of their creditoism City: OFdinaiices. and Resolution' Unless taxes' > and exuenacjt.are paid befvrc day. of
'4t ii-i y.rg ffreEbld- M I M. salutary- ," Kew York uave been enabled uT.buy a few quarts An Ordinance 'for the better preservation of.the .sale. + ,. 1. .

t matcrUlis BBEAn.EveryHody I >has been at nipre of those buttons seveialcollart./in-J a coinpiftea&M cleanliness and health of the City and for other pur. -p.: R T BOY, sheriff and ex.ofT ._ .

I. *i I( cost is tree the Mansion House Buffalo, h 8 learned thJur) >nuieiit of spring\ nnd!suu.mer goods,c'itisistiag of poses. Tax Assessor and Ctliecioi r c; :

______thsi'btWisksnd he most skilful ury of the far-femed.j. brrad thf-re providea* Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Be it hereby Ordained, by the Mayor and Aldermen I Palatka. January 1st. 1853. f S ::.!
4 Id- r 14 t 4dfrth1rufib *D m TiC0IwMiiVil The clerk is often faxed, to write direction? for titaceries Ilardu-are;Crockery of the City of St. Augustine in
__ i iUfltfciiyfei. n'Vnc stuffed with ictnt manufacture I thus procured: receipt 1teady.iuudeC1o1ti. : That from and after the 'promalgntion of this Tax Colleciur'iSatfe'N. .
Vt. iatf, Boots Sisoes Dab Ordinance, it fchall not be lawful, to throw Y virtue of the ,vested in f .
1-i. flJo uikv be spun sn4I wovcn for domestic uw, winch J copy foryro'u, fo that vegetable' B power mr'by lawtl .
: ftyyM4ingt1e4 very similar those who wish, may try a piece 'of bread froipj'c .. und Caps YankeeWhfeh iraeh orannimal matter of any i/ewriptfon/ over the I shall expose for sale before the (Joan House m. .
I quit&u 'btn combed d mansion. It is as follows:-One qua.rt of sour ltoUOJ11i &c.t. Sea Wall,or into the B.iiu connected with said I t'ilaika/po the first Monday of J July: nexi,,he folloTvmg -.
roqg. ,
1 milk1* table of salaratup we are prepared tosU cbeapenhnn the cheap- Wall-audany perron offending'agninst: this pro I described property or so much thereof as wilfjjfly. .
i"oen it be dm two four
mair spoonsful
MddIel :; ('bl/'ti true, our cnpetuIuNMreIutyed at the priCes liilutioii shall ifa whit person? be fined(or the first I thtate'aud county taxea and necessary expenses due |l t
&e. and uttel- three! ejirpp three tt
C0m ouncts. tabe-Ppoonfuls selling I.o'r:tnd1IaYt' ulr- ,in lees thereon to wit. I l
; we are our goo not hebi- DC" a sum not than two, nor'mure than I ,. ,
a weft oflincn'or/uxlico, it maybe 'of flour, abd'corn meal ptifficient to make. a stiffbatter.RuraLNw aied. at. the cornt-rs ol Iht'.rr vt;:'to 'make longfprt'ch"t' five dollars,and for each subsequent offence, of not !I 2377 acres 3d rate land double taxed granted to f''f F I

- : __ ,s, -Yorker.t pn.plncvini that \ve could not sustain our- I..mililau five, nor more thnn Ten dollars:and if the I Joseph Al. flernandez andadvertise-i tor '
:'1 frpYki.rM4ffm rrsuMmg from the boiling JL -' *. **' i..lv'., but through the lib'-ml pationage of our host offender be a colored person, lie or site so offfiiding of i taxes_ for the, year loo_ bt-ug section nonpayment 37 private. '. ., t,
Jjieves,, has a a.t 'salutary influence THE Anttcix PACE |rKEW YOBK.-All persons of cu t* mere, we have been enabled! ihug 'far to con. shall subject to a like fine.orbtfattbW discretion survey; townsh. J1 ran.e 26.and bounded North j
p by'
i. bah. "iTbe reputation of the having ashade of philanthropy in their corns linue businrfs. We went into the field with! deter- of he Mayor punished l 1'1 {flAltlon of a uuniber' public lands South by If lciaci! Crosby astthe.River .. I' ,
gran 1,11
d since[ Jpefr establishment {Ofiition must have that fetling excited by wit miiiution that prices of grods should come down,and of btiipeson the bare buck of not lets }haii ten. nor :t. Johns and West by public lands." t tt
e liquid nWdium may more- nessing the'POV rty and degradation in which we have the gratification of knowing; itiut we hive mor be e Ngrated. and sent in close jars ofiinivafe the African race exist in this city. Systematically been instrumental in bunging it about. There is-til! subsequent oUtiice, of not .lens. than .twenty, .uor .
h se. &# shut out'from all mechanical pursuits, and a chance fur fUlth"r reduction and we are bound more than thirty one. *"1. ; ,3100: acres more being section 39 in sarrtetown- : 1-

r brsnAst&nee obtained by ill- expelled from almost all the inferior positions .Vever to Surrender Bt it jurthrr Ordained by thenuihirity: fore.I .lllpuolrange.ulIlll"bl"iJeof1 John KiveTand t I.1 ,!" _

'' when the fWd i& washed is P1up in they were once-allowed to hold here, they have until the thing is mpli-hed. I said: Thai: it shall not hereafter be lawful/for Color i bounded West by.the North ttiver, South St. Johua.and tat by. public lauds,-and ( .\3II _

fee top4ef bricks and dried wbcnJt DIY be st thjeir! place. -filled l by Gonnans and Irish ; Large Sales aud small Profit Our edpersonsbond or free) to u+e tile :ea \yal, as a, \ : .
f M wel I, and produces' a Tory considerably andjajanadfejCiiP are,not njorc than a half a dozen moiut UUUL1NGA.ME&I UuWK. place! Tor pioinrnadinsj. and they are herel yfojl>iden : / Also. j. ;!! \ __ __
J ; of gas for Ugbg purpofits 'ABout 'a c4x3uttuGnn: whith they can engage. Even as <'\pri1 30. 13. to walk thereon, un-ler a penalty of A'finejWiiolless 1fc2940 acres 3d rate land lying in town!hipJ3'rango ) .. 9 f r _

cw*. wool icsTca* a quantiiMof fuel aiterS'tn 6nr hotels-one of the last and best itdm1ii1stratrix1ottce. than two, nor more than five johIsrs.ort lir lien B'bounded North by public lands, ; itiIj1nd _
io value to more than 180 cubo GeM pine Ktroiagbold 'left*. hcin-D ey find that they arc | thereof imber of stripes of not leis tUtnien'nC:': Hast by .ibtt-.ttivtr $t. Johns arid \Y* tby iIP"d'. (
-i.ZaJIoN VCCt4E Ibgazine.ti constantly, tajiingjkground by the abler competi- !tI\l1: persons of haYing just demands ng'iinst the e II. more titan thirty one, to be hud on the bare baciof ,I viding Marion and Putnam Coantj |jfe| .' d" 4 t.
JO."Pltly.lofe."r St. Johns- **. Unit-si and
ouuty the offender. yi taxes aefore tI
tions The e&peu&e are pal day,oisale. < t
immigrant fronEurope.; expu'sionof .
i444icooaH-' Jcc'd.., me hereby called upon to present themwitbiut Be it further Ordained and Decreed, by the'atTthonty if. 'IP'1 ** "'. ._ "A":.
rrl. 't' Ic r.. the negroes from almost every branch of Industry cleljy to the undersigned. Tll0.e not prentrd R T BOYD. SlierifTq&flex.ofT ;
4 aforeraidthat from and alter this ,; i''fox
datehall -
Ou a ion; 8Q it has had its natural effect ui thinning th ir "- within the time prescribed by law will be : forhtden Aosessor'and Collector F c ., 4 : _
colored person ate to smoke in any' of .
sMMdd1ig : ua' to numbers. And while during thq )last ten years forever barred. : Palatka, January tat, 13. )
other The ,
= the streets or public places iti City; Under \" f
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they have increased in the Southern Stoes at the ANN T. P\PY. Administratrix.St. .
Beqe&t.ry.tOI'l, p. e of fineot not lew t ?than-three 'n _
a .
a penalty more .
I. '
: g when thpi .ratio of thirty pjjr cent the negro population of Annniiine. April 23 J. 18! b'ki ,1'aiCollector'alale' !
I than hie dollars for the first off nc IJ this pyfr rf f und advice 'this State has fallen from fifty. to forty-seven -: thereof Y .virtue ,ofSlie powerfested .in law I'; .
I i : Otice lii-reby given.lhTt I will thirty day. }payment a nnmber of *tripe {p|ft not kits B me by .
young Qlend ," sid bA "po to the North thousand.-A' T.: Ht"ra l'' aftri "li..dntf'.II"p'y' tn1h Judge ot ProUa tj. a ihueii iioilfnor\ttmn twenty to be laid" iipoii ihe lull expose fuuaflle betoreihie Court House in .
I. t; buy 1W acres of g flrnment land-or if $. t, >* I It Johns ( lIuntyor leave to sell so much oft]) .core back-f DejorTfnder-and for each subruUfnln'fine I'ahlkn.on the first Monday of July next d"d loliow- -
,; voc feare not tb t youjmxeftff a mattock put un a log cabin editor.of the Chicargo JJcnwcrat? could perpetrate teamed, as will sudikient to pay the dvbu cxutii thirty one stripes, to be lam oikjhhe baf. backVosaforesaid the state and couuty taxes aud necessary vxieuses. 'Jams 1
the following. It is in his best vein. The his and all colored Jiereonto wit. .
,
your btfatalRm, a raise little com ADd"kt"ep agaiust ; prfeons fe hereby strictly ,
!i 1. .coneur <"'car, and live clergy of Chicargo should give him i the hat': estate.ANN T. PAPY. AdmjmVratrix.; forbiden to carry about. their personsaty\ knife '.9p acres 3d rate land 'tranettjtb/1W .. _
; 10U'f9\fT1 tnasier, with no one to \Ve) never intentionally allude to doctrinal re- 1 81. Atiffii.tin1, April 2Sd IH.13 J4"k.. *:lap or other of more (Inu three inch length li of 1lOlIIb Filch onl) jfvf'ru.t'4 wr nstnpayjjat of It.".. I _

A .itA&oWJI Nuden :upirp,1 1il&ibut we csnnotJorbAvr''.the expression of .. A4piI&UtitjY -t4q,. ". ,. 41 bl.M; nor Ao alJ ajpr.colore & .oilahr RefjiuiUy.i&, ir': Ih -"ajlr itU bt-1 tg'1t' -( -)' l"l1t"lut' "
ftf eIi$ Lonor 11..0I)1010n, that would be"'.Improvement In llpervous iuiviiig just claims of any decriptioii -fit-mis hmmd1Jeas or cxe1ue-age* cttrt unJt'r'aIlY tey* in townslnp la range Qfarni. bounded o nhbyr r
whatever', a caueor walking stick of Michael Crosby's .South thetckawnhaer.
.m Bu\ oil rclgious denominations if their tncmlx the : 1'l'C'lfllCt" any grant by ( nI.r ,
t accept a rs asainst ,.ectate of Philip' R. Yniagedecea.ed. V.
under Ka
1iu; or description; n "enn'fnot less than *: by the River Si. Johns and West by gram r.f i
&n&Ton sink at once all ind:pen- ,,m'(1 surrender to thwy clergyman their illgot- are hereby palled upon to present the same five dollars fine or a number of*gpe>to be taut on .Michael Cru!). : .
>.. JOUr cnc! become relaxed, aid you I ten gcin for them tq r turn to the proper persons. without delay I ,duly authenticated to Hie undersigned.I'liore the bare back of the offeuder. not Jew than ted Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day*of .. _
: uptted in a'.,years for any other an(11 AU who have damaged us in tats respect can not presented within two years from this nor more ihan Ibirl)-lIIn.. sale. .) ,: -
'. mor* faajepcftdent i>iilfi. I may give you a pay it over to any clergyma.n'so ,this city, and noquolmus date, witlbtf! foie'ef Ita m'd. ,, l':It'J by, the Council 23.1 December J 1852. R. T. BOYD, sheriff and ei-off. .. f .
: !'sc441ay, in4 I ( kick ynu out aratn to- will IKasktd.. 4nd wc wilt allow such Si. A \DIhIW YONGK, Admini'lruol': I. G uU.UPUttEYJtufor.. Tax Assesapr and Collector r. c;. ; ,

-.om. ; and tnercV tfnotlicr man, over there Icrpj-mao fifty per cent for bringing the sinner urline.April2JJ.. 1 y 53'h Attest Palatka) Jan. 1st. 185.1. 1. I .:: _
.fthe White IfonS'% who can kick me out, and to due repentance. AdirtluistratorN Sale.On M. R. A.iDCtc.Cluk. '.. _- \' t: _

tbe veople by-and'by ran ld'k Itirn out; and soe -.p.--- Monday ihe 23d day of Muy next, I will. An Ordinance to rai-e rei-enne to meet the cur- Tax Collector'* hale. -- :-I I'41B

po. Put,if ybn own an' acre of ?and, it i isyout Conscience i h not, as some have asserted, the between the hours of 10, A. .\l. and 2 p. rent'expences of the City, for the year IH53 for i Y virtue of tIme power vested in m" by law .1 :1 1'. ,
kinpkftf and,your cabnLis'your castle -ycuawa / off-spring of Education and Habit,but it is bme- M., i in front of$ the Court IJlln ". in the city of s>t. extinguishment of the City: ,r ht. > shall expose for sale before the Court House in / t.. V'r r
\ > 'tsdvarts %',Ibd you mil feet it In every times very much their slave, ns the following! anecdote Aiigu*, by order of th* Jud;. ol Probate of St. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of PaUtka on tI.dirst Monday of July nextthe following t :(

,t tbwbyngofyoar pulse, and every_ day of your will show:-Some French soldiers Were John county n house md lot nimnted in St. AngUstine the City of M. Augustine, in Council convened: described property or so much thereof as will pay :
; fife *4H assure me oflourthanb for having thus b'oua ; \-. wfMAt" dens, which they had recentlj$: ransacked in I the ;dec'd said lot i is hounded on the East by George the same is hereby directed, in be imposed fo the thereon,to 'wit. JNk M ,(

Tim to i eat deal earnestly spoken truth most unsparing manner, after having slauglitcr-' street, on ihe VVenl by Toloimto -street on the year 1653. (for the purposes aforrni l) on the valueof 230 acres 3d rate land granted to D. Acosta 'ou. ,
ri Nurthny lots of the &tt.o1Jns.) Hunter and PeterTiope ; all Real Instate situated iind lying within the ble taxed advertised for of for the 1.
of its inhabitdnts. taxes !
: Tor know of ice cd or abu cd a great number nonpayment '
our own part, we no .
nn.1 I the South lot of the United dtales Chartered limits of the f-ai.l City .iind'the
by -
on following
1852
year being township 11 26 and bouu
jjJ
15 gorernment that we would, in our presentacwpt One of the soldiers started up, in the mulst of a range
,in Bt of horror. Had his conscience Cmrt House. perton (io wit I) Frederick C. Humphreys, and Al- ded North. South and tD by public lands and West*" i !
t
We' would! rather be free from repast a
Abo.-Oll the Fecond Monday af June next I III'rllJ D. Uog'-roar; appointed assrcsor's to determine by the River St. Julius. '. i
t I isoi dflBJtruition and uncertainty as to: place. sickened at the drcadfd scenes of blood audi de. wi Iwlln tmct of la.n'd belonging'in the E tateof Philip the value of taiJ Keat blslate, and ,fix the bllt ;#
0 IndtfipdMtt productive Industry, alone, gives to predation he had just witnessed-probabh! *ass:"- R. YoD'jeuu.it<|d on North River J>t JOItIl i upon which -aid tax shall be levied and it i is here \ Alto 4 ..'
l HMD conscious independence and, without this tt-d in perpetrating I No. Habit had familiarized County adjoining to Inud of Francis An.lreu.ANDiiEW by further ordained that the tax imjosed by this Ordinance 170 acre.3.l rate land,,being in township 12 range r ,
these to hiaconscience. But the consci- 2G bo inded North, South ami lyiat by public lauds. !
fcUfi& tile to most men is a burden. \thing YONGE. Administrator. fchnll be collected in the same manner antinder .
: nf' of tfaf prst'rntun'R connected with encious soldier pad been educated, as a Roman April 23 4wUJUxtract the ante regulation ns are providrd and in- : and Wen by the St._ Johns River.Alto. : .

4 .th tkto c |trv is the fact, while the Catholic; and he recollected, too lat, that he l luul from j force in relation to-the collection of(City taxes levied I .. *i\\ .

marly all casbk, brief, the dead mu- just partaken of iracat on a fast'day t ti : Council.fJJlHC Proceedings. of City upon other description of propeity.Paswd I 232 acres/3d rate land<& being in township 13 range_ '4

r SeJr.. rob a man of Ins ability to go i iMy i- c. foil* wing Resolutions were then severally by the! Council January> '853. 3; and bounded North by public landj South andVesrby <. -. .
4 sdd pursuitRl/even if the opportunity brodders/ ald a waggish colored man to : introduced and adopted; namely : .: C UUIPURIYi.1\1ayor. \ the River .St. Johns and East public lands. .. i

.' TIll dishonest official, knowing this, a crowd-' in all, infliction, in all ob your trub- Ke!oltifioii 1st. AttestM.I. U. ASDREV. Clerk. /'Uulesd taxes amid' expenses are paid before day ofasle. t f, .
t.tIIr: not at corrupt practices in order to lay whar find Ktsolred by the Mayor and Aldermen in Council / .
bles dar is -one place you can always Ketoltedly the Cit, Council cf $'. Augustine, R. T BOYD, simerifTand ex-utr. Jf .
lf Mil rthing lor the time, when, in the natural I conceited -That the Ordinance prohibiting bathing .1 ,
e.. event! he ill removed that his place sympathy 'Whar!' wharl! shouted several. 'In within cr-riain limits Iht'rtiu ',p.cified' Itsl ed ihe3Ut that from and after the promulgation of &hi It'80u.! Tax Assessor aud Colkclor rcj.- I

+,e to another; but the honct man do dictionary,'replied ambo, and rolled his eyes of July 1 lt443. bt' amended by inserting immediately lion, it shall not be lawful' for any peraowib play at Palatka Jan. 1st, 153., _
I the word "balhe.M'iii he second of the came called "Shinny! or at a game ol ball ot .
line $
i. of he In i utter : / '_ C _
out office came
"t as poor an kkyward. any kind in any of the public streets, of the City ol Tax Calltclur' K a1e.. -
his in the the first section thereof,the following viz : except ,
tctupabaity to make way within the enclosure or walls of a regular and de it.Augustine and any person' off nJing against this '- Y vrtue of the power vested ia me by !Jaw/1: t. i
-orid Ibta before. We .1Dot1 q of that 'Iall .\rr.I'Ulell' eently constructed Bath ng Haute and it was likewi prohibitioo. llall. it a white peison be third in a sum I) shall expose for sale before the,Court Ilousf ia f '1
>' N* fcumftktkm which every. official ext From Picolata |tM miles dimnce to Augustine Resolved, that said Ordinnnce be further ao not exceeding three dollars$, for the firet offence and I Palatka on the first Mouday of July next
.*. h* be a true man-must feel, while AKRIVCS..Mondays anil Thursdays 11 A. ,1. amended and altered ns to read thus, (to wit) any for each subsequent offence, in a turn of not I#sa : described property.or so much thereof as tbfl'OlJowa.

w_ for t ipfflpetcnt omoo-boldertobo turn- rnPUTiI.- loys ami Wednesdays 12 .'1. person violating, this section of this ordinance, shall than three nor more than five dollars' and if the of. state and county taxes aDd the necvuiry expense : .
r o*.to orderat be may get his emoluments. Cwsas.-.SundavaaudVeneaJays II A. M'ar on. conviction before the Mayor if a white person : fender be a colored person he or she so offending thereot. to wit. p _

The thing has to us, a very unpleasant forfeit and pay, fur the first offence, a fine <>f Fi. shall,be subject a penalty! for the first offVnceoi J 02 acrej third ratcland/grantd to II.s.,Dexter -' .I
C4wf'l Home Gasattt. I oflCE.-Cfl4LLEGE. dollars, with alLcosts which may accrue; the col not less than three dollars fin. and in de.nult of the double ,Xhl and aJveitiseif for'nonpayment 'on. I _
; -- L .. -_ JT lection of said fine nd for each sub< offence pay meat thereof infliction of not less than taxes for the 1 i2. being iniown hipkl3.ra.nee : .0 ,
+ --- --- f wquent year ':} _
.:,1.arktdatee.A .? tie Gentlemen of St. Avi4 : a fine of Ten dollars with costs as Ilort'eaid'lud if tea nor more than twenty five .smpes
a'vtng made a pnrchaseI W1R71?the undet IneJ,hereby challenge the Gen negro or mulatto, on conviction shall.trespass a- and for any subsequent offence a fine of three and South by the River :t. Johns. '** 'c f %j"' ."*g ./ .
T <__' this ordinance the offender bhall dollars and ,the infliction of twenty stripes on the Unless aud before ol'
receive 'day
leu t ;lfrW ClemenT ;t.: %ugtiiIaio a Boat Racr.be- gain&t .twen taxes expenses are paid ,
Mtaforesaid and if default be. .
Ai' shall
j back made in _
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r.h 11e 'iwern the &r** O..Il-I,,,,against The CUud, .,.fie stripes on the bare back.Resolution. gale.. (r ,- _
3d.Ketolted the payment of any fine i imposed as aforesaid upon Sberiffand officio
Ac Initial of for I Fin-li of Five llandred DollJirs, distance one FUT. BQYD ex .
: The howwfertwnate nUe-fix nandt in each Boat. To be run 'on the That .berealiet, until otherwise provided any white person for a violation of this resolution ;4 A TaxAssessor and Collector r. C.Palatka. .
(1))for the pronnriaation,"mark. Fourth pf July! 1833, ; ,a tax of six and a quarter cents per day be levied the person so making default, thall stand committed January,lHf, 1853.; ; :' :i-, F
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innercargo; ;, and collected for each stall in the Fib market used until said fin** is paid. .' -
hwNd. MaTe*.** '.Yet. your honor," 1. R HopMN'8,1 4. ALFRED F. Bain:, and occupied in t'.e; vending of Fi-h ; and it is here Passed by the Council 3lM I.n. ) m53. Tax Colcctor'muSttlc, :' I F

ffptit p* and lmm*diately stamped every bag 2. F. W. SAMSJ 5. C, A. PJUCE by made the duiy of the City Month ,I to examine G /lyMPJtoEYS. Mayor. virtue of the power vested ia me by law I, -f'
4 Cf the the south with the S/JNo. L. HOP CIXS, 6. SptxcEiBttooKs.Pala.k .- Attest I I1. By J
product of .
jrcclom all r-h! brought to the market and (with the concurrence expire for sale before th Court llooee'atMellooville .
Jeuer. Tfee iriiuted German lost all his wont- *, May 16th.I 1853. (, of any two disc i eel and dhiDlrrl"fltt"III'l"r' \l. R. ASDREU, Clerk. on the lit' Monday of July, 18 3. lhef.U ': _

eil M kawor at seeIng the blunder, and aa the Carolina whom he miy select to unite with him in any exa.n- Resolved and Ordained, by the Mayor and At- lowing described property or so much tkcieof as will e '
lci.i a were conrulsed with laughter, the foltookplc4e Received by the It) Cases. choice tion he may make) h.ill condemn all such fi: h as dent en of the City of SL Auguiune, in Council con. pay the State and county taxes and the nrcesttarjr ex ,. .
:,\ : 2 ibis. Nic'flatm 10 Kegs nut, be unbound and ui.fit fur us---and from and vcded: Th&t a tax be and hereby is assessed upon peiisesdu. thereon, to wit: ':
D: ji.'Padrirk}-) Pfedrick! slid I not Putter. 10 i-oxes ( ,'Cheese.fine do.' Chocolate tobncco, 3 do tin Cop. after the passage of this resolution no aU of fi.h all Tavein awl public boarding house keep-rs in the 3000 acres of laud situated near Hawe Creek' '-:, ,r-
Water. 2 Cases ( UI in toll
-M 'M for HWU-IC him mid a Tee!" precs &c. Retail. I' shall be made, either openly or covertly u'ittl the city at the following rates towit-upon such al entertain belonging to th** Estate of George Atkinson. M : _
I b --uP1ut1Q.uhonort and 1s'nt that a Choice,Principe Stgarsat B. E-CARR, market bell has been regularly rung. and any sale ft Any one time during the year twenty or Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day'of ".".
JoI53. made violation of this prohibition is hereby declared more boarders the um of fifteen dollars per annum; : sale. ELIJAH WATSON.. .. ,' -
May 21. I II ; to be utterly void nnd nut entitling the pur- such entertain as aforesaid tea or more and Sheriff and Tax Collect ,
D11'41ol lllr. Paiarick, I dolt yu to mark him upon as or.o. c.
a chaser to a preferance over any other individual who lew than twenty botrJl'rtI.lhe sum of Ten dollars a'.d Enterprise,Orang Couuty Dec. 25, I 1852. ., t : _
sir and there's I Notice. may\ be present at,and after the ringing of raid ben upon those C'nl rlahi g auy mailer number of boarders
PM-By not
w. my foul nev- A II persons are hereby forbideii from, treFpass and propose fur a.ny full he may te and de ire to than ten, a tax in proportion; and it shall be the School.Books.. .? ___
,d. this here barrin it
ton upon spot .11k inn "Pl) nr cut'ing any timber! on the tract of purchase and nor person selling fi-h either openly right and duty of the City Assessor anJ tax Collector, ). Geography and Atlas, WoodrrMe-d. .: _
iIIII1 O'PJk&igant and he I pone home till land known an OOOOacre* I'ing on thf Cast side orcivTtly, contrary to the inl' nl anti meaning of when making demand of the aforesaid tar, to re- One do, Peter Parleys do. Hmhb 1cw Gram-'" '
: & ,. make a better Tac with a hair ol St.Johns Rivt-r between what was formerly known t;,i# inlt'I'tI lioll.l'hall on conviction b fore the .May require the keepers of such tavtrns and boardinghouses mar. Obeys History of the United States We5surra I

W&fl you ones, and bad luck to yourself as Mures place opposite Pilatka and Buena Vista or be fined'iii' quadruple the value of any fish BO sold to give 10!.Hint, statement: or report on oath speller and definer, Walker's dictionary southern first :'
f **lyrkin.fikstakethat"the put of a giant o( 1 ,OOO arr' ranJc to John by turn' wi h costs of prosecution. setting forth and showing the largest number of board class hook.grimnibaw history ofGr\ ,40tW.cfROUIe. _
indignant sop of Erin walked j lluerias.and being the Mine 6,000 acres sold to "JtlMlfltdi That his Honr. the Mayor be .eques- ersihey have each enuna ned. at any one period do do of United States enzlwh reader pictorial pel-;. '
.c_ that he ,cond! mark coffee-bags as FrancU J- Avice. by Jolm Huena*,-As all tajd land I te.l-to invite the attention ol Lieut. :M. L. Smith, of within the year, for which mien a lax in demanded and ling book do primmer do reader,:o& reader daJ.m?
:' andering Dutcbmtn claimed by mca< ,lurdi.1 of t.'A aOLln.\I. A VICE.M i the United States Topozraphical Engineer Corps, should they or any of them retuw 10 give such statement bolls arithmetic, slates,lea J pencil, ick.letter paper.-d-. I
i44 \l.Y.NAMCfc.St'Aoguftine nov in ibis City and (who it is understood is on a ,or report the said .\M &or shall collect from wafers,quills steel note paper toy book*'fte.- -,. _
lie charged at the battle of > I May I4'h' 1853. tour of Canal Purvey in our Slate.) t) the ground those so refusing the hrge.i rate of taxation a'fHxed pens B.F.CAILIL. :

_4 prayer: ; intervening between the head of Matanza iver, and and established by this Resolution.and} it is farther ordained March 26th.IS'f:.
9 IaIrDt. Mnith' Creek, the head of Halifax liiver at "Bu- by the authority.aforesaid thai the said tax bt .
: Icnowest i how busy I must be liq aid Hair pye-This is a capital lows Haulovet' and 10 ask thai he will if consistent collected in th. same manner ajid nqder the same -e. Dried.."ApptC't.F ll.D Market *. .
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; thee do not thou. forget Improved an iastautaneoui and permannUye with his o.her arrangements; examine the same,witha gnlations at are in force and provided ,for. the collection CRAMBFRIJlEd.Dried Beef Bacon,Pork, Lard, !(
: ,' 1 ;'. and no trouble 8eedircdona. IiUwamut* view to ascertain practicability, of. opening a of other ttty UXM. a beee trackers,choice family lloar. raham mcker*,
much edand if not ai-tsfapioiviu returned. t Ilidtrseither water communication to connect th-.te two ''point .Pasted. in Council 5ih February 1853. b. k"Ma' rk*. gelatine corn, 'stare), choice teas *
'n lJume longer black'or brown a4t&iredu7it. -.rij; ; !rA and 'report to the City Council the molt of his ex .GHUSIflJ&x.YLMa7o.Attest. w ; &c., _
:..' PsUzez1 army, but Iso B. Eo CARR. amiutioD.G. .. De-\of\ '. .E.CARI:5 '. _
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I lc.Uti Jiad. aD .GeorgerStreet virtue of the power vested in me by law I Incorporated by Legislature of B. 'Y shall virtue pf the power vested ia .i ;t "
BY sale 1
1t.4r'b1lc Square and one door,north ( the'. shall expose for sale before the Court Housein expoee lor before i the Court .'.
Peiiiisylvauia. Pal : the first '
.1. C"h'I, : the city of St, Augustine the first Monday on Monday of July, next, thee .
FOR TilE PROMOTION OF Tig:
; :Florid iI.,. Qa T/easuy Lne. t May 1853 the following described property or as low' e described property or so "lhenof 'lQ .
,tbe Public tfqttare, : much thereof as may be sufficient to pay the State &KT3 OF DBSIOit.I.1t.; THE pay the state and county taxes ;anJnece. If

I 4 t Crff HeteL On Charlotte and Bay Street, ; and county taxes and the necessary expenses incident PEITJUD TATJES.OFFI.CERS. sea due thereon. to wit. ,Upea.r. ..

,door Sonth East of the Public Square., thrrrtuto wit 93 acre 3d rate land gnnte J to E. Had ,'If'ff*"
.- .flniert !ffrttl.f On Charlotte direct aDd us A houee and lot in St. Augustine situated in CharLotte ble taxed an.d advertised for noapaym!:\or A4** .%.

S \! f north of the Public' Square,aD.J\e '. street bounded North by lot lately owned by I nuttY C. CARETVefcn WILLIAM D. KELLEY the year 1852, .lying partly in tOwnship tj_, (.

.- 'M" Howe.' Rriguida Gomez; on the South by I lot lately owned Tic Pretideiit EowAkD P. JIcrcuELL. Treat- and partly in township 12 rang 2fjapcl 13I'1Dft'boa ..

,BOARDIl a HOUSES. I I by the heirs Antonio Mieron J the West by Charlottr vrer, E. H. Drrr.En. Recording Secretary, North by public. ..lands,Soulh by the Ri'evL :

\ V fi,4'ti.. Oo St. George: eeta: few utreet anti on, the East by lot owned by K. B. GEOC: W. DEwEy,Corresptudiug&c.MANAGERS grant of Wm. Gardner,. Ease by P Jic jd'aI.SSand II. '

.' South. of die Court rjorse and Public S Qare." Uibb being the wiine properly conveyed by Jos S. -00- and iVest by the River St. John*.
\ I Sanchezus Marshalto 1 f1o.C. luckhiU and Robt. l : Unless taxes nail, .
expenses
are paid
0. !. PP1. OojBay 'tree:, cprnerof; before jay i ,
1G&tdei .Lal\fe Towlaud.by deed dated. 13th Oct. I 1846. John Sa-tein, Charles Toppan, James S. Wallace sate, .
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f V : .\UC"ORS.- Mid lions.- and lot i* afrteil and lr\ved upon for '. Cliarley'Macalester' E. II. Butler. Henry S. Patter' R. TOo BOYD, Sheriffad ex-oC .t
; \ t .!. nonpayment "State and county taxes for 1 ItixL 1will son,M. D., Charles G. Inland. William D. Lew.U. S Tax Asseabor and.C'olIeetor ,

:, 4 Does F. Y'ttcl,.. Office aibu. Dwelling aril all the right title interest and property in i Joseph} D. Stewart,Al. P.. Edwin R.Ope, PalatkaJan... ... 1.MR53. f r .'".

.\ flU' Bridge ,Street. ; : \ aij lot and premiss of Tho! C. Uocklnllond Robt Fdward. P. Mitchell. John S. Hart, A. M.,. I II -.------ ,
,i w Doet.M E. Ffck. Ofhce on St. George $ : Tow .nJ.oud, of those' claiming under them and of mines L. Clahorn.Jvcry I S Tax Collector't Sale.
\ i t a few doors North of the Court Houwr.. I
all 'Ih..r hose unknown and'wio! .'.
it
!. pe 'ons names ] Y virmuebofthepowericJ
: '. 't..S'' DRUGGIST, may have any interest or claim'OD .said lot and pre. 11lmubl'l. for tilt! l>ar 1851, a, shall expose for sale before dir inme by 1... .
; ; *Zrs.EC.Zlstr.i: Che&dsand. lruggestCb, miees.. Unless and paid before \\ ill receive, for each Subscription of FIVE DOLLARS Colllt floa. ,-
t. taxes e1pcn''are Palatka, on time first
\ tyonday 0&| "
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j July
jBlreet. w \
1 next
r" ..' ( p T the ilny "f sale. ; a print, of, lowing described taefcL
propeny samcch
: : 4 LAWYERS.JZ. I I *. The above Sale Postponed tome, first Monday HUNTINGTOX'SCHRISTIANA( AND HER the state nnd county taxes and the thereof ntctswrr"will'pay '' "J

.' ,. ,- B.ci llld. Counsellor at J..aw..office o1 : of J"nD"Jt.It.. B.. CANOVA, Sheriffnnd ex-officio. CHILDREN peilses? due thereon, to ''.it. ,' L.f-ft.'. > |
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?ngrareiZ Iff JOSEPH AXDR&WS Botton, 150 acres 3d ratejand lo
J p. .sltcoyLaue. Tax Assessor and Colloctor s. J.'c. r ) granted Wm.Uarinrr ,
AND THE COMPANION .
ll nonpayment of
> 23 ItijS.Tax. ,,
Oct. ,
of ".llE '1
A Huntington't CP8 DREA1LEiigrated
print for th" J e52
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: t at Jwr office Picplutu street. t year jn township 12raneSfiV
4. .r.-:
I I by A. IT. RITCHIE.'New York: bounded North and Eale by B. HudnaPslrait S.; .
jG e n'ft {l. Fairbpnti. Attorney and ou II t..
: VLw-4Itceft; the'Court HooWl *' p ( ollcc.o'.fj *aIeB Or the choice of any I wo of the fo juwini"Four I South and Wet by the River Sjt. Ju_ <

I y virtue of thepo'rr vested in me by law I Splendid. Eu .ra\'lu"*,* Unless taxes' and expenses are paid before da..ft .
'nd '
I PUBL1CQFFICCSJ shall expose for sale before the <\>urt Honstin TIZ : lale.I v:* ..
\ jasr.. til Augustine on tie first Monday o( May 1H53 the : I.-Jomr KHOX'S IKTERVIEW WITH MiRTQcEwprSwn R.T.BQY.D.Y .IIhf'rtJr lf f. t
t, p fast jfftt. (.i. K..Llainbias,r JPost ,Pointed by Leutze, kngrated ty Sartiin. TaAusatn -S
describes! or Iu.much thereof as -
4 Blouse. ; t following property 2.-'ROTH AND lies,Painted ly RathenulEgr9 Ik Is:. -
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will be Mate and tax due thereon fort .!! _#
I -- ..G entrtf*. Oee. ;;Jl/ A. Putnam m pay { county .-. n-. .,f".J OIiJTlftll)11 'S
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or lj on Hospital' Su* fco>ntf'of" t l952aad! 'fET nece aary'expenerincidentthereto hlcY.s.DU'.ti ::' 'Trf'R"J S
o. .. i 3. ,Fainted& HuntiiigtontEngrited .tr j'II"
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of ( of S
t' ani tToj IialS ffft. ** / viz : an undivided. interest 6)0 acres ; f
-LgxdoMiA. T. Noda Register of r land now or lately belonging *to the estate of John kftfiitchie.CHIUSTTAJU *' / B virtue .of the power ve e Uansf by .
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i # and William Lamed of the 1NO-BCK Ctin.BBE Ianft'J lyHtdt'f shall for sale before the Court
ii' Land*-officelo the Court House.pttelL Human mortgaged to expose f Iioe t.' .
,I .TL.ps. T. Reefer, jfffice i in .* city of New York, being much of a Grant made of B jtiiiglou! B RtavetIb7 jddreut.da filatka on firflMouday of July next,tff IIft
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tiouse. I 1. by the tipauieh Government to John Huertas, and An copy Ihe. ing described property or, sojpnch,ht'reol.1. JW .

m Fnlate. (G, Humphrey's Judge,) ? confirmed by the Supreme Court of the United.Stated Philadelphia Art UniouTlcporler, the state and coutfty taxes anJ necessary ezp4 'r' ,
I'1.: ID House, to said John Hueriu, situate.,lying and being on the A IIMHllbly pullphlt"I,contniningfit"port of the ira us- due therroir, to wit. S tt j

1,1 Dgsa,.. PJf1Jf. Circuit Court, eael of :t. Johns Hirer, above a place called the Ferry a:tio lofthe Institution, and information on the 457 acres 3d rate land, granted to ct W. Cla,'\. "''

.I ./, about twelve milrs therefrom and below John B. subject ofUhe Fine Arts, double taxed and advertised fb oJ- I

., :' \ I I Rafael B.Canfta. Sheriffand Tax Collect RY UIIf, bounded South by land of John Mure, and THROUGHOUT. TilE WHOLE WORLD.jffhe fur the yea 1&52, being ;0"- POUpa1nt'1lf01if" ', .
;- j .1 0 t in the Court House. : .* front, thence East to the head of,Deep Creek takingin ._-S IIJ bounded North, East aDd Went

t ., t. .l/1 lo of Cuttomi. Paul Arnau, I the Bast and West bank of tl3id Creek, and bounded Art Union of fh.ladelphia: awards prize in South by the River St Johns. : 'f

1 J I Charlotte street. at 'us residence near U he store 011 tiLe North by SV..line ofTocoy, and on the I its own Car locates with which original American Unless tuxes and'expense are pad 1 'Tore'Js- :

i .o.L1xH: West bv i he r.ver St. Johns. *1 works of Art may be purchased in any part of the-'U.i sale. A if X*;' .'.

I : r..pe"l.r 0f Custom James A. Mickler.iff Unless taxes aud expenses' are paid before day o! I I1m ?i tales, at the option and selection of the p.On who R. T. BOYDishorifTand ex4fi;'". ...

\ .1' //. Briiuton. Judge U. t. Court ', I\. 4 I. may obtain a prize at theAnimal S Tax: Assessor and Uolltctor. ,.c'\ .

II S .District of Florida, office. in the Court House. The above Sale i ii Postponed to the first Monday trlhiilion, I i \ I'aa'kaJanuary! hi, 1853. ,
G* i:. airiant Clerk; U. S. Court, 1 of(June next. Which lakes flace on the .Ere7illghe last week

i"t_ jbe4ourt Uou e. + It. B. tXOYShrrift and ex 'Ifficii.Tux 5 di'i'in erery Year I Tax Colleeiar Sale.BY.virtue .

.Ii; ,Mar'% al. George J. Zehubaur. i Assessur.aimd Collector :. c.Ol"t. TilE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; ", OF THEART of the power'vested: in mej "

Li, .Il V u l J'\House. .'fit 30. I 85:.. UNION. : : tor sale before he CbarflKn" I I
de ;
1 I JUSTICES OF TH& PEACE.' the 5 When so rt'quesletselect works of.\rt,without charge fiintka.on the n'rst Monday of July nxithfoI
I Reoben 1'ink1am.-Qdce aL hi* residence comuensation, from their = .
or
Tax;: Collector'. Sale. inc described property or so much '
Jbereof f"
at wifl
; jof St.VrancU Barracks.G.ffumjjiftyt ; FREE GALLERY I 210 C11ESUT STREET, ) .1
p pay the tate and Couj'y uxe.sad
in y virtue of the poVrr''eit d. in me by law 1 pS uecessaajf ei* .
: Public!
Notary office thf B "'ortho-w in the who live rr- 1
p '.. shall for sale be ore ttie Court Hous, per8on country .may pees due thereon, to wit. .
House: expose front talleri, exhibition of the j
: mote ,
or public .
t' door at tit. ugiiatine on the trot Monday of MayIf53the IOGO acres 3d rate laud granted to Frauds Richard 1.
CITY OFFICERS.Jlfjjror : ed- Tine
Arts.
'4t Gad I ; follow'!! iug described properly or as much double taxed and advrrtued lor nonpayment.f .
I Humphrey. theieof a* will the state and county taxes due taxes for the year 1852, being in lo'n1thjp 13 '
I{ I L.J1reHce4ndreu. ; [ I theieon for the pay.year Iri 2, and the Decenary rxpen- Subscription* of membership, $5, shld be'made1, 26 bounded North, South and West by public note gudga.ti <

:: J 4i /'stt Ar.ni.. } A1JtfUle9. ten '! ers incident thereto, viz : as early;a* practicable, so m to entitlmembers of, by th. 'Rj'er St Johns.Unless ;
., e. )Ntie" of ** whic will 'f
.t early numbers the "Reporter, before
3 t" I assessed John B. and
CtlO( acres,f land to Campbell taxes expenses are paid baby day of
-'lid"li.l/aal' r "ft" .1 4 flUid land U t>ituatr l near the head of North Uiyrr 'warded;upon the receipt of the money, to'III1Y. 'part I IS ale I a t!.
., Clerk .4; 4 A. B. Psxet.y Ue- being in Tjwibhip 5 South Range iJ!) East. TheJandi of the count v. (' % R. T. BOYDJ.helirTBnd 'xoff.S '
..4i. the Council Ci."til. f'r :' : me knllwil ns ihe "Campbell's, Place." 30(1( /I'he Honorary Secretries wi1l'give receipts for S 'x Axbeascraiid Collector.? '

.i Vit; "1IJf lJLJt.i' of the Market, acres of which ii -J rate and 3UU) acres is 3d rule subscript join,or remittance may be made to PulatkaJantt3ryjst: ; J853.:1 S
I I .jI Andrto. 't..1 i I S GEORGFW. lli\VKY I -
j- 'and. -
1 ., .' rOJ.tTV nDEN... I : 'n I State trtxc .1 UfO on saiJ lands for 1852 $3.72. S ('uTreSpr'lJ i Secretary-, *' ItxCu1ccors. ,.4k. -S .

I; I .I. "C.,Zylttra., 'Ckarln Jlaagei' Jot.|S. tic. County .tax at 511 per cent on State taxes $1.136.! ( 210 Chesnut Slrett Philadclllhia. UY virtue of Ih *PQirYf.tfd'ID
I 1 ; ..- .* 'AUCTIONEER.I 'I ; tile .Unl'w* taxes and expenses are uaidbcfonr tile J.iy i.rA(1L11't1J R IT V-I'EK: 1t'J't t i'l \S U shall expose foreale before the Coart Hottt"ii

u of.nit'. 5.T'; I''in Pilatka, olrlll.i..t. .Monday or July, next:, tLE' .
: ;, '!Center. F. P.,Ferreirl and J. A.: $ *m, S 'Ybtahove Sale is Postponed to the filet 'IlombyPDt S 8JUOOO.() S l following ileMrribed pr.. Vriy (,r M> munte thereof "
N eit.i MUTUAL Lil'E fsUn.CE will time and
I .t THE pay stale Bounty lazes and nece .."y
I 4 \ MERCHANTS.1 '. U. CNOVA.Sheri1'anflex.orncio.! t .f 0.11 ANY I exlnes due thereon, to wit. ... .

.i. R&ndreu. ; T-'X AsseasOi nod Collector s. J. c. OFKUW : -,-\ WAT/LSt., OOO .
Dealer) m duple and Heres3d rate land. gtnntedTlo$ John Brow .j
I II I oods Jfcoreer of '! and I' olata streets 'Oct. 30. 1 15:2. ra; ET Accumulated Fund, Jiov. Jst. 1849 $900 nrdlouble taxed and! aiiverti.vd l.rnuatpaymen4
II&HMil': i l ; for' i l1 OOO.securely invested in lionds-an
I ; ",er "k,Corner o(..Sur, : Tax GtltctOJ.Slc.. on rf'llll'sralt in this cty apd Brooklyn! pad stocks half of a 4UOO' acre ".lyigJX lownsnrtflraiitf
\t ij! v" "\: ) } ; C ,; Tr y.virtue otythtf r wer ".gd 'n ,me J7jm i'tw <>f die Mate ,.arid, City ol\fNewYork1Vjiad Uuifi-J 'J.; TJMT. ".Lo%! tract Ji boiiudedwi! -
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{ a anReta1l; '. .J.! WfiS .. Court.lIou.e States Governnieni JrTiiia '",v "
A/r Vfjg7J .f'JV I ; t r-T I aba II rjrpnxe-for 4u I ft..r ,. byruhliclantf. 'u f 5S. :-; '.'
Jit_ GJttitr( F nl!1 Ji'J' in tbreity' of 8>ti*Ann..'tineon. the rtrst Monday: of fuud i. rauiuly increasing. by' a *wfdely.exten. ," S Olm ui'I.nd Upenile8 are paid before Jtajro!.

orsXc.:.No:2 iaslsIdeCharlotte Street: May lN:>3 the following draMibrd property or a. tiCd' and prosp -rou8.hu ini'ss. t I sa I e. t 5It. -
; i the'Public squareUev.eeJlttrt. | .much thereof will I:'.v *M stair rind C'im"7 !a:'''i The Company declared n dividcnd profits offif- I T. BOYD, >heriffnn S l ex.ff. .

t Uealer ,in Staple and FaDc 5 nud the nectfceary expensed iociutiit therruu. TM I%'.tw(> percent 'ii all c. jttIlDr policies on the 31sti I Tax A' rnsor'abd Cot\cior r. c. .

&;fJOd. % fist side of Charlotte street, a few wit? 4[: Jauiij-ry: le4S. I Palalkq fH"UY 1st. IK.V.1. -. SS "it

tiouth Treasury Lane. c* I ) dol; A town lot 'within the limits of St Ansnstinc nt \\ i All siie i'iofils are divided aiiiou; j.

4 eik AT. IVtJcemdk. Wholesale and Retail : ?plnce l'nU..d l Nor'h! City directlyV."t of n lot of the! i the Injured.t '1i4: ,:t4ichz Adk.' ..'
I' i.Dry Goods and Groceries*' Grocery" store j v* late Susan Follis aa enoed lu J. G Fuiiiguui aua ud- t pr\"miums'are payable in cash annually,f>em* : rD Y virtue of the power veMffia mt" by fur. i.1.;

I'\ ;flr und floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods get will 'verti.M fur Mile 'for non payment of axts fur 1852. annually, or quarterly. Luu-reat being added on the sluillrxpu.e| lor sale before UMJ Court ".tut I. -f- .

; I. piarlotte street, Howard'-- Building. Unless taxca. and t-xptuara are paid tt-loic tiny t>f leferrp payment* I tuu.ka,4.n the- first Monday of July next thf Iuli .
Alutet 'I'liecah principle adopteJ by this* Company lit"urt'J ;
S. k N. Piakhtm. Dealers in a 8:11(. lowing describ- property or so niucl. dTipuf"4( :.
(.iondH. ic.. opposite the. Planters! Hotel 1 For; The abo\e Sate i id Postponed to the first Monday to the parliVe for whose hnufil the! in urance' IIIIY the otute aua.couiiiy taxes and
aide urtharlottettreit. S are effected, the whole i,f the> advnninges, without I ueceaMiry. -e.g.1.t
f-
t of June next. pmwH due thereon I to wii. .
I .' v I subjt'cling them to the heavy drawback of accumuiaiejd ; :
Pedrtt Benet. Slu-riirnnil nfiicio.
Dealer Groceries
: Il. U.,CAXOVA f A pieceofntid in the Tow cifPalakadkllnwnn; '
'. II n :
premium ?
Corner of Cuna andVt. George street. I T al.d CuUt lut s. J. C. nptrs.I / ; .
( ;JC9tMavtC designated on the' of aid
Town ;
: F. J. Qi' f yatch maker and S motis maj elftct iDlUr:1nc. on their own lives map as Block: Nj., ;;'
ey. )
I I.. George fjrjruiiearly opposite office of Dn 1 I O't.1G,1S5J. and the lives of oilirrs.: A married woman can in- 22, bounded'. Kast by i J i-irret West by 3d streTt;' 4
/ South
by maiu81leellIul''North
the life of hucbanJ.thebenefits of which r uindisou
cure her are oy strret iup. ,
of Boots Shoes )
rAof.WeUJii. Retainer' BOOK. AlilSXTJiVA.T55a: ,
; .tints ad,Dry1 Goods, east side of Charlottee i I 1,000 tlt"c1rr'by law for the exciu.Mve use of heraelf or chilIren. ; liosrd to be owned by Vnil'lenburg .Yew: i Hoffman.S'

4 i /orajr of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane.Lamreiut TO SELL PIC'TOHIAL AND OTULR UsliF.UL il S I .Unless! taX1I and expenses are paid Ufore day of

., Andrea. Tailor Charlutte WORKS FOR TILE YEAR !8->3. Clergymen: and all others dependent upon salar Sa.t"';' "..JIfl

I .II ear the Fdrt.I i.OUU DOLLARS A YEAR! .*9 are peclaIIy invitfj ro avail themselves of a re- 'R. T. DOYD.sherifTand e.off.. ,,
Joan Uiiita. Boot maker Charlotte the >o.rc'hen'by thir surviving" familts may be secured S Tax A e'or aud Collector r. c. ;
I ., in every county of Unifd Pal'ttkaJanuary :
I Ist,18.3.S
the evils I
.
the City Hotel. I WANTED torn olpenury.I
I active and enterprising men, to engage : .
( i '
Michae Ifelligan Cabinet Maker ruLi !hletsexplanatoiy: of principles! of Mutual I I
in th sale of mef, the best IJookin i theCOI.tI Tax Collectors AdAr '
tfPft.be low Trntperance Hall.Barfitlo I .. Jilt-, t Insuranceand illustrating HP advantages, with }1
t.
ndilress
} jjood
Irv. To men rt P')!&e>&lIIg a I-
forms be obtained the otTce Y virtue of the power1 vested ; ".
ofap1lieationinay
at
I 1 Oliterot. 31ack Smith and Gun as of fiuin $25 to 11)0) such inducemmt- 01 $ me by law I ;
t ** small capital Wall st., of of its .M shall fur Male before the
lflt Nonh Gate of thCiiy1_ will be ofif red as to enable tlu.ra: to tinke ((ruin 61 CUltipalll',35 or; any, p agents.TRUSTEES. i'ltaika.oii the expose first Monday of' July nextfIitl7ow'-Court 1Jo I'ci' .
:
,.. S %.ll", lilt,. Lijuort-eiid} [ to $5 a The tll.y Books profil.l .published by us are all ueful in Jos B Collins, David C Cojden: ing described properlY or 80 much Ihln-of..e.1 will pay '

,, 1'J'. Bridier, Ci", Hotel. their character, extremely popular, and command : Win J Ilyslop, Alfred Edwards, the state and cou :y tuxea aud necessary expenses:?
,: Philip Gome Retailer Liquors, R II McCun'y, Win Belts due thereon, to MIL '5-S ,* *
trrr d.
:.I jkc.1 'Charlotte. street. opp..4ite rid.i r". Au- lar For(e waits further wherever particulnrs; )tlu-y, address are ( (postage paid I ), Ered Winston, Joseph .Blunt A piece of land in the TQWB of Palatka known or .

I ;-I .4 A1I". 800 ROUEHT: SEARS. I'CELUMF.R. C W Faber Isaac G 1'earton, dengnated on a map or plat of said towt as the Nona'
John P Yclverton1 Henry Wells, half ol Block No. 23 bounded
I 444 lfcl* William Street, New York. South by the SoailT 4
STAGE OFFICE. Thf-o Seigwick! Mm Moore, half of
on 5th. 1853. said1. Block, East by 2d >InrtV .l by 3t-
February '
J -P.J 'i, fieoUta Mail Stage. Bridle I V Stacy n I'ollins, Zebedee Cook, Street North by main street,owned bythe heirs of,
John H Swift Jona Miller .
.t.I "t. ) TUITIOA. S ; 'J. Phillips. S

'frI 4 John-: -U'ndsworth _David A Comstock Unless taxes and expenses are: paid before daf..\of *
CHURCHES. r 1'II& Subscriber at the request of many of his S M Cornell Robert Shuyler, sale.I 4 ', .'..
.-- 1 : friends ha* been induced to undertake the tuition Gouv; :M Wilkins James Chambers, R. T. BOYD sheritTand e.otl '' .j.
i Rass.s S .
t G t*.lle CAurcA. North side. \ of lianitednumberofPupila. He therefore contemplates John V L :>
_4 a Pruyn Joseph Tue ennan, Tar AssetMor and Collector,. c.
- t South opening a School on Wednesday the, first Fred Whittlesey. Moses II Grinnell Palatka,January lit, 1853. '
tide Monument
- -Mjw/Catre day of December text at the house recently occupiedas Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker,
Pralffericx. Ckurck. 0; St George!. I a law office by W. A. Forward, Esq., adjoining John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh, Tax Collector Sale '
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tfoaUiof t&etquarc *' -
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E. B. Gould.
the residence of 'IL
Judge Walter
Joy, Francis La
L CAr n throp, Y virtue "the power1 vested in .byfUw ft
P .t/etA.4jAF4jfcopai St. peorge m<
.- fU'th., o a,1ou. .? '. He will teach all the Elementary branches of an Alfred Pell!, &* J 0 Thatcher.* B shalt expose for salebefore the Coon He fa 'j
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". *' 4. ..It #-.i.? English Education viz.-Spelling, Reading, Writing. JOSEPH B. COLLINd, Fresiden;. ..Palatka oq the, first JJoudjfv July next.thtfblb-f- .1"

_ _-.'* ". I yigjt3'U"COURT; : *, EASTERN > Arithmetic.He wiiUUo\ .give. instructions I* in the theory of Sur- JosEru ISAAC ABBATT BLU.NT, Counsellor.Seciretaryl, S ,.. f.5 **". ..' 'Iescribe4property or so:cliich ti jbcnof" Jsthestateaudcounty'uxe'i

- ..L" FLORIDA. t *: veying, Navigation,MensuraUon.. ., ao4 eaary cw Tnrs .1
JJ S G. R. FAt
0 .* BA2iKs, Agent St. Augustine Fla. thereon.to yll. '. -f ',. ..tf '
e mute TUX. TERMS'QIYuTllt.--For Elementary branches, q 16th.
-- J 12911 seres GIk half2J and the otf.et .
-I t for the Counties. ; of,Orange and Su tcle, 3 6 per quarter,half quarter in advance. land double I taxed the of '
granted klein William
to
first I &c. C'flAKLESTOX AND FLORIDA
I .oville on the Tuesday io.-April. \ Surveying, $3 extra. ,
.* ,For,the eoutty of Putnam,at PilatkaVthird. v Surveying.separately pet quarter $6. 00 U. S MAIL S4EA31ERS.CAROLINA Parftom ned advertised for nonpayment ol lazes for the- "
I In.April t J! the Hours of tuition from 9 to 2 O'clock. yeai \85,2,being section 37 39 and 40, private surveysin
.r-- For the cpnnty of Marion at Oillafourth_ to JAMES M. GOULD. I AND FLORIDA.Through I township 9 range 25 and 126,and bounded North

:' I 4 ef April.I\I Nov. 20,1852.QUICK to Palatka in 24 to 30 Hnuri. by public lands and a grant Thomas Forbes Belts,
on the South by public lands,on the Cast by publifi
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For the of f Afachaa
t county at AS- The CAROLINA
will
land and of the Heirs
grant Thomas Forbes aodoa,,
t t rat Monday m May
-A leave
SALES -
CHARLESTON
uI. I A.\D S.T1&JLL Q every the \Vst by piibliclands. j
For the cf Columbia
coontr at Alligator : I Saturday, at 3 P. M. Re.
( Unless of
4 : ; I 4 eeend'Monday'ofMa/I; PROFITS S : turning.will leave PAL.TKA sale taxe, and expenses W are paid before day .
I j :j for the of Nassau 5 5 ..
eoaixjy a laat C. H. fin he Subscribers are now receiving direct every Alonday.7 A. M.PuOLYTA, 10 A.M. S
R
T BOY I>, nffand d ex-ofl;
I I Wednesday before the fourth floatfav ia em JL from New York a la rue, full and complete and JACKSONVILLE Tuesday, 4 o'clock A. M. .
wL, _______. 1For" c every PalukaJanuay: 1st 1853. .
':" fourthMonday of Ala); of a I comprising in part Tuesday, at 3 P. M. Returning, will 4enve PA ..
l-I For thec"rniy 01 St John's -,
at St. Aa LATKA
I every Thursday,, at 7 A.M
: the second Monday' June. of I Dry Goods Groceries, hardware, 10 ; PICOLATA Tax Collector'oSale.i .
their : Crockery, Read y-inade Clothing, o'clork, A. M. ; JACKSONVILLE, Friday, 4' : Y virtue 'of the power vested in me by law'f

". TAU.TEKJL Doub! *hoe*, Hut, and Caps o'clock A.M. .LP shall expose for sale before the Court House i Isk'atatka '
k ] For thf cmntief cf Yankee Notions &c. These Steamers connect with all the interior
Orange and St. on the first Monday of July next,the following v
!Taesday. before the first ; SMagesof East Florida, and connect both with
Monday tin And in fact every thing usually found in a country the New ways described property or so much thereof cs will pay '
York
.jn each,. and. every. jre'ar.or 1 ob- 'j Store,all of which will be be sold for Cash at aston the :\\hmington Steamships Boats. Carolina Railroads and the state andcountytaxesandnecesszzycxpensesdite f*

-- / toe connty of Putnam, at Pilatka, the ishingly low prices as we feel confident we call orfer thereon, to wit S
Passage
.Tuesday before the 1st, 'Monday of from 10 to 15 pfr cent, cheaper than can be found, in Picolata and from Palatka Cbirlenon to Jacksonville, $8.- 204 acres 3d ratr land double taxe'd granted to Jahn

I I For tbeeonaty of St. John's,on.the Erst < this market. Give us a call and satisfy yourselves. For further particulars! $10. Middle ton,being section 40prheie surveys i in lQU$* -
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apply
Joembsr. We would also invite the attention of the Lacies. to J. to ship U range 27., and bounded on all sides 6y pobac
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Stock of ? LOWELL. harleston. (
1P'1th. tovnty of Nassau. Thursday our ; lands. I
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d his BELLECH"\Sf
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1 FINEGAN JIC! .
; 1thfrd'ModsyofNovember. DRESS GOODS H. It REID, Palatka. feb SOnY 26! Unless taxes and expense" are paid before. day. of

-. I n:: ,. >:Jail Conaisting or de Lames, Poplins printed muslins,Al sale. 5.
Becejived. R. T. BOYD sheriffanJ off- .
Ginghams l1azon ex
i pacas eugli- and american prinls.e. BC'lhhcA :c..
II- I ipl&7 &.rau Cordials, Rose Water, \ ':"'" ': AMEfcHOWK. Inde.ble Ink with preparation, } ade & Tax Asses 'r CDd. Cohle totlC .4

JJLjP'Taaaiibd*, Eaaenca Lemon &,' r'P : Feb. 26, IS53. & nted Razors set ready for.ase. As- Palatka,January, lit, 1853.Stationary.. if :|f'.

1 r 'eacaiMofjI li c peel. cinnamon,, med Cutlery dcttsors,'Accordeons. shaving .

- autmeg4eicb'yCut; ; powders.. brushes,boxes, wraps,combs.hair soap n.RECEIVED .. S
Meet I brushes steel
\* il u St. private Rooms key
- y a I.zsdithpIckosera'&c. ." ., ., ". .. .1W*' '.,E. for Public (or temporary-. purposes, ,always,Sitting in rings alIOned, f"/1' cork screw, patent glass ink stands, by Brig Tremont arr excelleat W ,.*
a readiness at the pens fish linn, boob ot prime .of evsryTiriety'
t Magnolia Retreat. cotton le',1L Stationary
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