The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00138

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.;J. .:If JIIE.T'CITV. : The Man. with a Chalked Hat. him, the 'chalk' was observed 'Raally, The Influence of Floriculture upon ,5 f

I It rttBLlillSD. W1SCLT, BT OmSlBLB GREEN,'.ESQ.: it's surpri n,' and I are some punldns sure, way Children. The greatest eruption on record of Vesuvius I

EVERYHAtURDAY A few days since, while one' of the up trains down ''here away."' What 'will the old gal say If pure associations exalt and elevaleiho< mind was in 1669. It broke outonhe 14th March,

fell all about it of the adult how much more will they impressand two hours before theY south-east side
_y it* IB* CAWOVA of the,, Mad River and Lake Erie railway'wa' when I her night, on
Urbana the It is needless for us to say that Mr. Tompkin's elevate the mind ot. youth! Children' shouldbe of the mountain, about twenty miles from the '
at conductor
stopping wat accosted
*,1OL\.I.1t nt AMCM, W LDVAaeir.'Iip ,
taD lean but sinewy den of end:of:,the,ear was soon,crowded+ with passengers, taught to love flowers for fheirxTfrn:' ,old mouth, did ten fern th, city,of Ca'; -:-, "
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.... whose, I'merry faces and boisterous,laughter, htdtwithheresff 'and..,11 nat..' Bi' fashtoti'the. ; .be,>dg" of r, 'or' *' .l1P f
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acd.m a tot so bellied- Kn&ey Joat .tjJlrEjf ulblthe Jff mwffVm'same' \ ',i'' ft iiis .. ) stag ln ri gb.t. t' Wiir arneseci the road stde'or :|n the?J .cultared# *garden P1M r,.?eb $' \' jrise carried. "IVamatter thrown ,out ,was, a .

aadj s and ,flowersB refect :''tbt purity ,aad beauty of. stream of metals and minerals rendered .
and liquid
fee tbtsdvertiae '% jg & ;; : them: ,once so .. ;! ,
mefcrial and Bui .
< fcoots, were ... t '
wittfthe chanced he'around 1Ieav i1. '; .'.(j;. the fierceness of the. fire which boiled
'be bAta'iflat by
ptott be paid for before wink dbeP'Into his bl'eoc4es pockets and its a deli hted was -. t < .: "':' t up ft ,

micas a r to B .u.a of coapt-PotJe. his ".tai Were,1Giving >cratnaaed passed a pound of butter-crackefa which,1 M e1'ttuet'p1' .(oat. .iort'l f)11QWer when iir Mobile;. the top othe:;mouth lik ';!.water at the' head of'a.' .

the r n a irty bas l t 1 boob, 4headp bcrWin aLike) he -r-4 |aid in" at :Urbana' He cockered!''Mr,.q I hII! f 'ol. 'tu ; elf eleven'y sirs, Her great, river-: =and-after-having;i run uhttle- tt Ht way,

i !Mail 'art leer i'eatgi hl..ld ttb .Brown agenulhq fHtnd, and fre e1 pal> untcated thel., P'"',"/'esatonai:, gettiienwitif eimncncerlS:' the extremity thereof began,to,crust and'curdle, f'

"oId'toat 1th.tbe tsam 'slide the ,".. t ,,,;x, one io bra anihlS'feffBJiL. with the ,hiatbryfof: hid i I vitcdus to din t.remarking.at'thg 4ini that lut turning, into hard porous etones'called"r..sciarri, .,.. I
addressed '
coatGtifed'aatll' : 'Now, an" bare the driver fimnt.f. 4is 4* *c granafolks i a A jjy w;on. both sides down' hAd': ( a little d oughter tat would. ,1d4!jg>ted to resembling' large'cake,burning sea* cool:' they ,
a f .dT" MtMi. ere.t: ?' say t to his4ope '1 1 .& $&& The continrlat roar of see nj,and; talk of F1orl } ture. ti e'4p dilud, aolling. over"welt, "other,! bearing! down. any.. "' [f

: 17 00, 'I am the' conductor, sir.' 1 laughter by Jheconversatlon, particularly as been Indisposed' and tQ amuse her,.had befen 'common building 'bjlhehe. ht, and burning/' :;

r dtrill ,ilea .Qtl : of boss f'* Mr.j Tompkins fully appreciated the importanceof placed among flower it was a*new spring toiler whatever was..combustible v fc ," At first thefpro-, 1'-
'RuJyl light smart a pointing to >-S *t
1B recd tai. t that a chalked hat and acted accordingly. existence!,, New: thoughts, new hopes'new 'uspirations gjfssof this inundation was at the ixte of there'- !1
the \\i
i Locomot ve, 'to puU all alon :!
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'Ye sir 'fJ i\ : .' When- within ten miles of lletto n': "Mr.Brown filled! her soul,joy sat upon her couateJnancejTiealth ,miles in .t enty-four hours; but afterwards it '
uch horses can't be
t!", till ilia ;I+b rirstingB fella ,be paidtdte' ou. ; ( boughteverya the'self'CODStit6ted railroad President, jumped; revised her cheeks and -her etep scarcely, advanced,furlongin day.; and thus I 'Ji

>Ielirertottbe,' ., J- .1 ; !as if ast'9nishe4pvee'" ance out" pIpaewindowloot was*d elastic as the wild flowers. We shallliever it continued for fifteen or.twnty days together, "B :
4l recko¬ Colonel but them do '
[T Ate kttefe' bk beta xoleatiotltu ; 'you lii.
the with tot arties child. into the the walls)
forget meeting ruining sevclpsai by f
be *to '' know Joswrompldils at Kenton' + ; ed at Rueben, and then clapping '''f. 1 i
toT up '
tHo i Kiievtnol1 his)hands, said. -' *0h! I am' 60 glad to see you' she exclaimed, Caiina. At length if'rnada its way 'ovw. e i '

( *> clasping her hands. 'Now will fell. me allabout walls into the cit 1.where. kowererIt d
TiiBAedblenWisi it don'tknovv? -, It ain't possible-yes it is-it is too bad-you you JjBQ _

a e. WBy, t a'> ,an'EDTbeblamfid'ifi!r have been deceived.. .Mr. Thompldns." it. my geraniums, and whai'I shall do for my considerable k damage,.except .to si r tent is cfbenMctines. I ,:

y brother ; Thunder! the boss .ant running off is it t" sick Japoni6k Oh! and do tell ire how I. shall .In.its course c it\or whelmed I' H,,:;
r rLlf Art woul ind see him in darne con-, .: .
was not,afeerd 'your' sa ,sh fated Toaapldns as he jumped to Wi feet makjp thesedear sweet little annuals grow,'and fount en'bwns and:vjnagts,,cone in i to or: ;t r:

o-. ,.i'fa' your'" 'NA sir, it jis far worse. TJe) Conductor failed .when we explained, and talked.of fertilizers, her, four thousand. inhabitants j and it ia remarkable] 1: ,

wrr+ raw \, r1'beroIa, 1 bo fearthstt1sail". :. i'1- WI'\ '. 'loiotify yojjijjrhen we.at f r ,K 'ton.. We instinctive mind caught at ever idea,intelligence' that during the whole' $$1z e ot.tlua eruption,' j
+ beamed In countenance cejoy flashed from'heribyy J kb.was forty>-four danat tberun norr stars : '
''gym ; ",: '.'Bo tell; me ,so-aorI/"iQl1Iee. 'F n sorter are:now tiniIea beyond it t :; ;i. -r 0- (.. .. '', ..\..'.,...-...,::., ..-. ,,., ."''"".
the salvation!f shouted Rui tell'biro .e 1eranofl fdr her books upon botany, aPP4 _....JO., j ..';
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'dit'terJ 'Sugarfa
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botsrvrbst they aieat &pet 11 beOf eO1It1ej do i :., to turn back! Wol l Stop the '116ab whSohii ,proud iDd1'happ,' father no,doubt wish- *,: .' .''It .1" ook.'V' f. : lift' .him j 1 1'i 1\
.... "t 1 jV .. .. 1'e" atone: ,
f : -IWV A J 1oaIIthisI! .. \ ". ed he couU come down froVn his high position,and i .." ,
,fIts bumatf nailyou lcn w"fgr'.a 1. ." i3oa'C disturb :
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tea Utt br eava at Iay 1\ and it' '. ( 1.
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a k dde r'a 7Sba &!er.to be a leetlo al'earedtif1r&t\ time he 'Eeeasft : "Tlif.ua. bailb iusinem. *..If r. Tjpmpy), but I pure Oh, psWl 'when 1!." -OJ : ed, the soberer. I' t a,
""r Oli thought J i fcat a pity:there are Dot such 1 1I: ,\
him .to
Arils the Conductor ; '
> : see andtrytto get
t : -t > ,. ., husband looked ti .I'd'rattle J '
Maa rti 'ma retatteu { :,my : [i at i
: Chl'ldfenin everfiuhily of this South
HMbeenrpokhioftherib. ', .1 I ti danger, air. If yi wish.to go to turn around. Hlhe.-I. can 4& it.yo\i < &ust go- on supny" ;, Y I hi71.(';'Itc. trb .I 8siot

r.4** .. ;/, ,. '., ., Manton...I w ITgnarantee' : to take you there safe. to the. World' 1111'.t ". her;where'flbtfertfspfeed Reading forth,from every.human''nook : ; i .d salt- .him pepper" 'his.;teaaadsugar< Ilia'bcer- JI1'! I

Npt* nt t and ao1 in MHIOWla This IZr ppearecl' :{o ease Mr. 'Ompk '* mind, Mr., Brown then s'te ped'ntq\ another u tar t. and corner, if torJJ" w6uld;mpalhy.from A 'stcik, .00.triad o* his ,toes,andhide u3n ws- J ';

oat detdned end or war t and'alter HraHdng round: thVtnun examing the: while! Tompkins 'raved,.stamped tod swore to heartsParent' you J&I1dioak'if papers"and put pins in' ftUppera'ahd'dip' ; hU R':

:2 ; But lo net that eah tomorrowFind loc d moq|v and, questioning almost. every' ,person the no li.tt1. .amusement of his fellow passengers. angel-like would your take daughters the give cigars in water,'and'1woudD't stop for the

ea nearer marriage-day.4 r he metjal, the probability of a rim awy/'he Matters passed ou thus until the train stopped you roughness oT Flora's alphabet Great Mogul,, till,I had shortened his face to my'
iioys learn them something '
"4' Life Ii to oath b fleeting, ; told the conductor he-guesned ;he would risk.' atiKenton. -. *, These, '\cauties not made td be despised liking. ,Certainly! he'd get vexed,there wouldn't

r a _"tt"' '+ kti eJa t IWrrsfe:'aeco gttabOrBa"ad in. a first 'tna moment the man -with a, chalked hat ,with';-impunity; not were afl'tKe> skill arid genius !. buD)'"fun in vexing him it"b'didnc.a.,that ....

S Etili katttnt drr'ma are kitingWedding class car. 1 It happened that in the same car espied the Conductor walking near the cars by man, can .make' the humble Violet; not all his wpuld'give his melancholy blood a good healthful

marches all the way. and in thej immediate vicinity of our Hoosier the passengers. The' Conductor endeavored to wisdom can array like the Lily, Teach your start, and his eyes would snap and sparkle, !

I.I the world's broad field cf battle, friend was i party of funny gentlemen, who coon avade Tompkins') but could not do it. Ruebcn children to love the culture of dowers, then will and he'd say''Fanny, will IOU be quiet or not I' }
discovered chance for in tLe' chased him around the cars till be overtook him and I should and his
I a a good joke ver laugh, pull whiskers, and ;
In the hivon pf lit,, they fund in them (of God's ordaining) priests, '
B* not like dumb drircn cattle dancy of a new passenger.' They immediatelygot and then in the fiercest manner demanded that sermons shrines.-Soil of tfa South. \ say, M'o,' and then I should tell him he'hadn't i! ,

a ,But. heroine-a wife! into a o mVersation with him and soon learn- the 'team' should be turned round.' The good .. o the idea how handsome he looked when he was '

A. 1 from his 01 rn lips, that his name was Reuben people of Kenton, attracted by the confusion, Learning To Spell. vexed, and then he would pretended nott'bear i'

Tout no fotnrnhowrvej pleasant, .j Tompkins, the twin brother Josh, that he livedin could not imagine what was the matter, and gathered Bad spelling is discreditable. Every youngman the compliment-but would pull up his dickey r (:
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,,/ 11 the dead 1'aet berry ita dead, north w stem Indiana; was green, and didiy't around the cars in large numbers. Some should be master of his native tongue.He and take a sly peep in the glass, for all that; and 'j

tAct-act la the living Present ihrad.TJfvr know mu :h about tilings, and was terribly laughed without knowing what they were laugh- that will not learn to spell the languagethat then he'd begin to grow amiable and get off'stilts 1 i }

M, { I'.. ..Heart within, and hope afecrcd of he Iron Horse getting skeered and ing about-others gaped without stirring a muscle is.oh his tongue, and before his eyes every and be just as agreeable all the rest of the even t:

of married folks remind na running away. and many pressed inquiries as to what was hour, shows no great aptitude for the duties of ing as if he wasn't my husband, and all because I ifil: i
j. I We can, live ear lir-t aa well, One of tie party was introduced to him at the matter, Brown came to the rescue of the an intelligent observing man. Bad spelling is, did not stop that stupid bit of advice to.let him r":

'.m And departing, leave behind ua Mr. Bro the President of the road, who Conductor, and taking Tompkins aside, privately<<; 'therefore, an unavoidable indication.indicatesa alone. Just imagine me; Fanny sitting down oa ;l:

,, ',!. Some example: aa shall "tell. assured him that he was as safe in the car as out of advised him to run up to a magistrate's office blundering man-a man that cannot see with a cricked in the corner and my'forefingers in my .

.. ,!,. 'd.1i.1-. .... .wr it. I I, and get an injunction against the Railroad. his eyes open. Accordingly we have'kno1l the mouth, looking out of the sides of my eyes, and h :'

.M' S.-eh..zample.- that another, 'But sir, continued the bogus President 'a$ He pointed out a house a short distance up the application of more than one young man, made waiting till that man got ready speake, to me. f i
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\Vaatbf tbn* tn Idle port, I am authentically informed, that you are a street which he said was the office of the admin with great display of penmanship, and parade of You cansee at once it would be-be--Well the f i ;

"* |*| A fbrionf, unmarried brother. brother to my very particular friend Mr.'Tomp' istrator of the law. Ruebcn started for' the references rejected for his bad spelling. amowit of it is, I shouldn't do it. !'
shan take heart and court.
.?B t B. yta s Seeing t kins of K ton-' r house on a full run, but he had proceeded but a t Bad spelling is very conspicuous bad indi Einar Pxas. l

'..;- ,' rt Lrt ua' then be up and doing '..'oshI', I qUired the Hoosier. short distance before the iron horse gave a significant cation. He who runs may read it. I

':., 'j With a heart on triumph net ; 'Yes, sir Mr. Josh Tompkins of Ken-' wh t1e. He knew it was the signal for I A bright school-boy, utterly incapable of ap- P.UNrtrL BUT" LAUGHABLE. "Notes of an 'I'

G Stfll contriving, still pnraaiag.w 'Them's urn to a T, Josh writ that he mowed starting, and fearing that the train would be off preciating your stories of science, art, and literature .i Army Surgeon, we find the following: r I

And each oat a husband get all the big 1>ugs In his region.. before he could get back, he changed his course can see bad spelling' at a glance, and crow I remember, one day in making my hospital 5 ;
.. it. You will find it hard to inspire that rounds, a patient just arrived, presented an am- !
v'r ws t r and for the cars. He reached the platform over
'Just and as are his brother it will sped
t, ', A Woman with two Hasband afford SOt inexpressible you pleasure to eholk of the last car just as the train commenced moving boy with any greater respect for your attain- putated forearm, and in doing so could hardly ,, 't
'JRw (Ala.) Journal the folifwfeg your is therefore morti- restrain a broad laugh i the titer was
t: Montgomery, says and clutching it with a firm grasp endeavored ments. Bad spelling a very constantly
will thepayment
hat. sir which not ,
;4 is'an authentic document, sent to that par by you only escape fying and inconvenient defect We have known OQ his face."What t
: his
j = j but all accidents to stop its progress. Finding puny sterength
of fate
so long as
t, It is another evidence of you is the matter this does not strike ,
"' &r publication. men thrown into prominent positions, so ashamed me
travel this road.' availed nothing, he yelled while he still held on. '
_JIM'JrOrld wags along among some of the di. on of their deficiency in this respect that they had as a subject of laughter.**
1' the Hoosier who 'Stop her t-TeU t the driver that I've got aniunctionstoD.or.nl ,
replied gladly
'1WIIified varieties of hUI Wl ty. A, repudiated Astonishing I ; never ventured to send a letter till it had beenrevised "It is not, doctor : but excuse me; I lost my
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his head piece to receive an applicationof ,, .
over n '
I + *& married a seccnd husband, and writing to gave L The iron horse has no ears, and therefore, the ; by a friend. This was, to say. no more, arm ui so funny away, that I still laugh wnen I
'r fteftrgt a friendly letter to come and see her, is sufficiently inconvenientI look at it.U'Vhat."
recorded.ia The pretended Psesident marked with chalk, screams of Mr. Rtieben Tompkins had no 'othar learn to man. Keep ?" .
__N ood I proceeding as was ever say again spell, young way
". 'sasaaaee; which it was done is not the in large letters, the following upon; the crown of effect than to create killing laughter among those your eyes open when you read, and if any wordis "Our first sergeant wanted shaving, and got

+. of tap lefties his hat f)w paid-to K- -Rutbcn. Tome who heard.him. The speed of the wasgradually spelled different from your mode, ascertain me to attend to it, as I am corporal. We went
t-lIliJii..l- increased and at last Tompkins legs
\ I take. my PeD in hand tojaIfee Naar-Aer7oody tats notice The hat was. re io which is right. Keep' your dictionary by' you, together in front of his tent; I.Utheredhim,''

,_ e, ,\ :' 'I .'I1, .p.-- 'lreeeIed. turned to his head with due ceremony: and all gave out, and he and the tram was forced ,part and in writing.whenever, YQu have the least misgiving held his nose, and was just about applying the. .
4IYI turned half
he did .
to let'go so, a I '
".. ; 324 August not long since,and was the passengers In the car, who by;> this time understood company. as about the spelling of..a word, look it out i razor,when a cannon ball came, and that was the '
:,1. somerset which sent the chanced hat whining into
:'. ;: =:Mar from )au. IfissD-is goneto4pkMa : the joke, burst Into a laugh as Mr. at once; and,remember it. Do not let your lastnest last I saw of his head and my arm. Excuse me for -

1Il. ; ; i : her and J-and the old lady. I hereof Thom P kIns eyeing himself In a glass, declared a mudpuddle. As son.as he regained his feet get the better,of you. laughing so, doctor, but I never. saw such ta thing

." f a tW c importance to write (tO you. I am with emphasis, that he was now 'Some Punk- he shook his fist terribly the cars at which act .. .. before."
he engaged hi when the train turned a curve /
.... 'I'' ',-MirrteJ '". married about three months ins. Prevention of Timber from Decay. This scene occurred during the)siege c$ Fort
.raga Tall F.-that S--is also married. About this time,. the conductor,who had been and the passengers lost sight of him. What: he H. P. Burt recently read paper before the. Frie.

r thought when he returned to Kenton and found of Civil in England on the .
s libels II wB satisfied as she was before believe. informed of the joke, and had received Tompkin's Institution Engineers .

1 tare the same love and affection for you as I hadbe&reif fare from ai third person, approached the man that was the place of his destination I know not different species of home and foreign grown tim- CHEAP Hcjcamrs.-Uow exquisitely delicate ? I

: ; I am married again. I want you to with the chalk' hate and asked. but I am quite confident he can never again. be ber; their various properties, uses, and tenden, is the touch of this French improverb; /.it eaty 1 '

persuaded to travel with a chalked hat! He the of some to afoot when one lead Dads forte
.....1 : .cerac_ this fall, if you can; ,1 would be very 'Your ticket, sir. cies to decay. urges necessity go w fythelridle. I
a '
here' Colonel I efficacious and yet moderately cheap system of How fine'an Insight into the inner workings I.
guess youdon't
, *>.j ad to see you at any time; the children are A RAT SSOBT.-A late English paper relates ,
I timber account of the great demand of the human heart is here It is to
: wH ted hearty. The health ofth country is know who you are talking to I the following extraordinary fact:- preserving on easy'1 stoop ;
"j 'No sir and its not business want for railway and other engineering works from state when that statemay be resumedfat will
, r irerr good now, but there has been a great deal my your "An old lady, at Ha1saJ1, left her husband's ;

.A'I",,i' .,..c"'I here. None of our family or folks ticket or your. ,; fare sir, and that', too,, without stockings and a ball of yarn on the table one night not only in Europe. ,but. .even in.. the. East Indies.t easy for one to part with luxuries and mdnlgen-
It is stated that in Southern Asia the wood that cies which he only parts with exactly so 'long a'4. ." i
I.t'" ;'_1'6 been sick of any importance. Ihavenotn- ceremony. :when she went to bed;. but they were gone in the
: 'Now look sharp kurnel, or there will be a would resist the climate and the ravages of the it may please himself! : No reason is to be found ,
very good. weeks after
: ,: 'IRe man to write now. Crops are moroing a few on removing some
. 1 to be found at such a dis- i in this easiness for the not 'going
3 1 only comparative a
white ant were
fuss. I ain't so as might'take me to ,
', 8 -. .F-,and Ma's A-howdy; green you coals, the stockings were again found, containingfive
.j x ra J ; inland that the of carriage in a foot on the it be most profitable "
expense ; contrary, a
be. Now don't see nothing tance may
':' : you too. :We have had a Ming out here.4 .- you young rats. One stocking was used as a

, i ** .-.".- .i .&d. fight. Jimmy and Mooning 'I see neither ticket) or money, and-' passage to the nest with a hole bit through the country devoid of good means of communication, exercise ; but every reason for not esteeming

/"* '"I... *" 1ft"&nd all _.-d,...-.: me. I 'Just look at my hat-what do you think of foot; the other stocking was placed underneath ; : rendered it more economical to buy fir timber in. the doing so too higihly nor setting it in_value be- I :
t'e' thatch!' the north of Europe, convert it to the proper di. side the tendging upon foot of him who has no
" a.1 1: l hail < hard 1kae hereby mpe1t That Is the and the ballot yarn was coiled, as sailors coil their
I la 'Chalked by heaven!I' exclaimed the conductor' mensions, and saturate it with creosote or pQ of horse to fall back on at whatever, moment,.ba' j '
raid could
.,,> .. 1DIlriecL They cables so as to form a circle. and contained the '* ;, .
'. .Iw'"t';get. man tAt I did We had a great camp- I beg your pardon, sir, for if I had have known ; old ratand young ones. coal tar in England, and then convey it by sea to may please. .. f

v"' 'and tent that hat was: chalked, I would not have India, for the use of the' railway now in the
,"" ... here about three ago we your > "Fifty sewing machines driven by steam are ;
f nor intimated anything about pay, you have! the ,Shabbiness appears to be sexual as much so as course of construction in that country.The .
bow professed "
Qi.Tf' : :w. ien't know many said to be in operation in New Yoffk. How many
t &:. Jiire'f!: jofaKdthe Church. 1 will dose my freedom of the area Please make yourself at our tau and'habits.. We have lost of seedymen rpid multiplication railroads in the IJui- are driven by starvation Is not stated. 1 ;
and the enormous consumption of tim
ted States
home.' S., but who ever 'saw a seedy woman A ,
You rnt $,writ* ts soon ts you get thisGivttay 'I sub sills .ties and bridges would "
the ,
feminine is either well dressed or she is not dres- ber for seem Hiram CasweU ofGreenwicbHsss. baa
love ''Lord!',wont I.have a heap:to'tU all on. eUwhea''I :
; to aU 'nquir-' I. : I. to the light inquiries! in regard the bet- '
I sed at'aD. If she cannot dress all over like bird suggest presented her husband with two pair Tuna hi :
I !" 57081.1.rind teoe1n a po.1Ion rot yotirsteU.I reVSetter. get liome,!' exclaimed Rueben, overjoyed of paradise she prefers the very: opposite, and preservation of the timber used,by our own I Iraihoads. months. ] A t

.. w Ek c'* .6 WteUU de&th. at the change #in the behavior of tAe conductortowirdg; comes forth as a frank,honest'slattern. I the last fifteen


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: 4 Newly toTented Cotton Press. days of the date, hereof and that aisha Basse, that country. Tb balance is taken to ,brokersat which would be destroyed by the use of the saw i Bold Discovered in Arka' > S? 'J

.. .1 '\\'e have'J long thought that the present method B H. Hord S.8.Belden, and W. Ailing pay to the Canton or Hong Kong, and'are converted into gin used in preparing the short staple cotton; The Camden (Ark) Herald wluchirT .

,. of packinxpa was a slow and unwieldly plaintiff the sum of f 25,000 damages; We the what are termed-ills of exchange,' which are roller employed worked eared rr.-steamboat, a day or two ., '..
\ 11 'one notataaJi keeping with.the rapid go-ahead Jury further find that S. A.'Belden ,and W. used in China by merchants in payment for teas subsequently gins were endorsement on its margin. 'Grea .baa

:. Spirit of'tbk'*'aIid bag; ,wondered that some Ailing conTey to J. ,Mussina the property silks, and other commodities. These bits of eXchange by horse power and recently the McCarthy Gin CamdenThe cruse we infer to be excitemeat ',

inventive genius had not invected ome. more,. expeditious purchased"by them from Basse k Hord on the are frequently brought te India sad also is preferred to all others as best preserving the ery of gold in that neighborhood rf the diacov.i, \

-Ting machine. nth of Junuary,1851, and on.the saiddefendants to England and are used in London, Liverpool, length ofTthe 'staple and giving the cotton a details are given,m the paper. w- r' ,

A writer, for the Barnwell Sentinel from Tim- complying,with the above the said plaiatill shall and other cities in the way of trade to China' smooth carded : It seems that a negro named Scott who ;

ler Camp, liaises for Mr. J.: Armstrong, of r Cund the,amounts advanced by the, defendantsfor appearance formerly worked In the North Carofc2 W'
.thitDistrict'the credit of luring conferred such the purchase of the property; and in defaultof The disadvantages of raising long cottons are & '
!. mines, were impressed with
1 a favor'on the cotton growing community. Thescrew'press the defendants making the above conveyances THE ANCIENT, CITY. its,lesser product, its requiring peculiar soil, i its character the country, that gold a belief csz aid f, fo be < the'. :'WJ

i ,) In addition to its being; clumsy and .luthinninetydays, we, the Jury, find a verdictin greater difficulty is gathering and it more expensive in the hills about Camden, and obtain md ?
f '' "most be favor of the plaintiff. J. Vinsina for tiles n
:_ hPtavl.P necessarily built at some little um I mission to 'prospect' the land r.planter. "
upon Af
the of Js214,000, in her of the title of the property j ginning. eras"
diJt n4 fro ginhouse.The recent machine The result has been that IOlci""I .
invented by' be Wolf) & Singleton for plaintiff Benford 4 Fin- ,
AVrastrobg can placed whose love adventureshave covered. Dr., Newnan has .
( Chevalier Wyckoff sent to the'
'under the eaves of the pin-house, and might i.be ney and H. 0. Od den for dct &.-AeieOrleant the s paper a specimen of the editor tt ,.

t under the seeps roof/: : The writer entertains no Crextnt, May 23d.. \ been so noted, it is stated, has succeeded in yard with the opinion of a California gold found in 1 his. .

I \ .J 9 ibt but that it can compress more cotton in ,. obtaining the consent of Miss Gamble to a mar- that the prospect is good, for the mine"gold tf-rchJ ,1

; the girae bulk, than the common screw. The Flogglug ot a Prince. riage.4 She is the lady who had him imprisoned. Dr. ewnau's place is about* a half befog q'f

*t6e'press'buiJt; for Capt. Peeples is moved by. The London correspondent of a Forth Ger- I the public square in Camden. Gold a hag bliL (I'OQ. ,

; J .. -' power. The cotton put in the bag we i BrENT w: ErrrGT.-G'h.rltd01l. May 25 a. found other brew
on plantations.
"- \ man paper relates a story with regard io the ." .. .. ,. or ". The Herald tmLVl
aw packed was only 390 pounds being all that Prince 0- m.-The lion. Wm. Marvin, Judge of the U. S. Our town is in a fever of excitement' /',! -.1
in Albert
which disciplines
: 'waa'handy the bag was packed in twenty,min.utes .- way his I EQCALiTT or FEDERAL RIGHTS AND DETERMINED _- .
;.nd: t.h :.screw> run down in two minutes; children,'which the Tribune translates, as follows RESISTANCE, TO- ALL WHO OPPOSE THEM. District Court at Key West was/on the nightof LIABILITIES or SHIP OWNCKJ w i "'

I |oho inga rapidity of execution far exceeding :- the 19th inst., at that place .p publicly burnt in LTOON AT'SEA.-The United Slate CASES Coizrti or Cot ,

one now m n e. The contrivance, like all permanently' "Th stood 'in his effigy. .. Washington, has lecently yei .-
%young'prince one day room 8T,, AUGUSTINE 'r the decisto t\
useful is
i indentions, a very simple; one in the royal palace at Windsor at the window There ,8 great excitement on,the Key about of Judge Story and of the 1b. *.bllletta
i and I fu rcdy think,more liable to.get out of. pr Saturday, Jmib lltb, lU3. ;
whose reached the floor He had I preme Court, on the question of the '
lets 1iab
j panes : a the matter and serisus consequences are appre tlq or ._
der than,the fccrew. It- is ,
corjunoh press or a4- I son,to learn by heart, but instead, was amusing ship owners in cases of collwioo.. .The/ old doc+
,'M ..tHai teizu .b t.or watery p wer, and Iimostoccesjtful himself b looking: out into the gardens and play- BA.lJ T QpDEaors.-We insert in another hended. trine\\was that underwriters were liable tp
esbaaab I1 > invenr riUi[ his fingers on the window:, His : column,an advertisement of this valuable hair renovator the Insured damages paid by him ,to {he. Jral .
.. "W r' ,i.. .. ,, mg" gover- CATHEDRAL re CflA&usTox-r-The Charleston .
r ppo nitM..! .aad. __(:for4tie& tifes,'Miss/vHJllyard, an earriest and pious, per n From along' use of it we entertain the Standard announces the early completion of the of occasiorfed another,vessel by the and cargo >suffered us SU *,,

t 4 curious or interested to' witness the operation olMrArmstrong's f 'sonV obserrea. tlnthink it6'dlJr'aake. ,'b ug to '.,"..tStopilo; ita-meriU. Ac4,,\-tdiaIIyrec nr Roman Cathedral hr thatetov..It will cost about. mariners df the.'TesseW negligence r of Jfceaiia3L
I liessofk
of getting his : he you p princesaidC'.Iapn '" >" i/ .*,*v B
$ I v"'JS-
'. RX libo4a
: press at Capt 1Peple&miU.a to.' }Then./iaid HOI- mead it to. notice.. f80,< >; iul3 ? '
n,' whenever, another bag ef cotton will be"pafckwlona }1 must.; wan in the comer.,Miss'I won't' -' .j "*- '-" '. i and grandeur. The following"are'its dimensions l Court of the United its 1 -
yard put '
day not now ascertained but olV'bicb f you Murder length 254 fett breadth 75 feet,height of steeple ?w
Attempted -
; learn answered Ith/title fellow resolutely, andwon't not thus liable This }is manifestly magi
f ,/ a
the public wfll have due notification. 216 feet width: of native 80 feet distance from
a / .
"We"regret'to learn that1 namedAACvboriging. tant decision.Nina
man York
stand in the corner,foul am tHe Prince of negro Evening P6It.t,. ,
I | aB'-'ivho it will door td channel 100 feet ,from to of }
D.Fftisfledthat sec go away ,
: apex .
Walos."C, ; i fellow citizen bin. AN-
with,tti i 'that viz : our 54 feet chancel 27 feet width of /.
JBapie impression I'.did ; ofas- ; : ceiling, deep, A CHALLESCK ACCBPTTO.
tbisjie knocked : The ,
said out one 'of .
u.wrent'that adniira- k And.ashe : TOfIcfAi was' on' Monday last hot b y aisles 15_feet chancel window 13 16 feet owners of flw '
; ) a discovery so ample the window 'panes with'his foot At thisrw; II by i ipl er" ship .Sovereign of,the Seas bavin '
rind| so almost{ndispeDSibje> has not been made' .unknown his Casa The building is.'.capable of sitting fronHJ50 to p
said some person near= place : challenge'to to Mr. 'V, **
"' hiedJard.r'e.: from her seat and, : 'Sir, you -" .' the\world! ;1L. dit )'
'b TbS bore.,perfect1' easft. with't", Vfhjch+ '<**- tblLt'-eotton' > TOiistnearn; or I must put you b. the *corner? Cola!) ,/ '." ].'. '\ .'.,,:.'" */1. 1,000 per>.ons,''"- ". *. "t jl.' : .t..J:' distinguished shipbuilder, repKea;thithe"wJ .

? was 'IcWOn'tatd; he, knocking out a second pane; The 1r.ll r hargtlrone o>f, poprfelloWjWe
j I "'/e ce of committing the act No
his fellow-servants ?
Tbe ate was shut dovrnVhen the structure now in, o erection ,on '
.who red to 'to Prince Albert that she 'rancisco..t ,andSrithia thirty1
say '011" j ; diTi'c (
"tolloyejr Upkcd three iDeb ''ot being up, and: requested ee the presence of his Royal Highness hopes are intertained of his recovery. Sand Key Gulf of Florida, to replace,that destroyed other. ,,_ .' -*, >;' *$ .' .. I <.. J v i

{jopif7,pf.rtliended foino difficulty {In fitarti g i iI it immediately,on a pressing matter.connected with by the hurricane of 1846, is founded up? i1 I c.t..

I ,f ag j.ijHat\ the gate was cracked scarcely three his lion. The devoted father came,,at once, and : We are happy to announce to the public, on seventeen iron piles, covering a square of fifty .: Toe BariC ShipThe 1'a&iai..i ',
t l indies, when the press,WAS m, full,motion again, the' skilful Den at the base and tapering to feet at the toThe"tight .
I with undiminished ''speed. I heard the statement of the whole matter after ,F.H. WEEMS, the reputed. twenty,, ; Washington ;copo ndent',. thefeir ,,

apparently into'Tabe1ief that this invention Is amt 'w which he turned to his little son, and.said, point. 'list and Surgeon, has arrived in this City-his is a fixed white light Tied by flash'. 'York Journal,J' Coqumtrct, in &,recent l Is&r. '\f;
forced an eminently The focal '
is hundred and
es. ten feet
plane one .
to ottoman 'sit down there and,wait till I that s" -
,t 1 succesfiJTul. otie;'..and { have no doubt. that ing &an Then Prince; intention Ve tie.informed is to reside among us feet above low water. From an elevation fifteen feet t paper says ,n.
retu went to i.
I ;4 MtfcArrnstroog will-be in the end amply regard-I and brought t a bible. 'Listen now.' he his,said room:"to. together with his family. Dr WEDS has visit above the level of the sea this light ought to be' I The serve' Y s of the Darien;route-for tot prfJ +;:

of t1Br>the'genius, abffity, and perseverance which, the Prince of Wales, 'to what the holy Apostle ed St. Augustine within the last three or four seen at a distance of nearly seventeen nautical posed, ship canatjt'as made by Messra. mtand' .
I f-Ku displayed.J Fprde engjnters of the 'cOmpany }
Paul and other children in miles. It will probably be'exhibitedjn,the course away'
*'Camp. MarT. 1853. says.toyouu' yourpObition. years.. of the ensuing month of June, of which, however,, ,seen at the State Departmedt.. That work U cj -
I y : s,, .' of .. \, :; I 4 There are individuals in this community who due notice will be given. .4 tainly to be unmed'uttelpcomnienced and car ffi +
: ; '- oadW. the'.lYotM SIexlcai& _<'Hereupon_ ,;he_ read_ Galat_ Iv.__l.'and.2-'Kow_ u. Jt' .. .. thrust The estimated'expense' of the v/&Cf i
./ at .nob'bcr' ,I say that the beta so long as netiH:a dif- are doubtless ready to do him justice; work,pec- r T $ { .. millions .
old sixty pf'dollars T r- ;
Archbishop HUGHES r4.a r
I \ ,. fereth nothing, from a servant, though"he' be- Corm dtome three or four years since, can. be called uponPrcsidentPixsce The"enterprise is underjthe friuagetnthiC.$ ;
k r Ehe San Francisco Herald gives a romantic ac- loved of all; butts udder tutors"and governors here order withal) he -Hast5beranextendedthe at the Presidential 1 3lansioncon\Wednesday -. the "
seen in perfect and 1 lvof Sir Charles dx, of house of fax,B nr
r ,'Foot J "of Joaquin, the Mexican robber. He ic-, 'until the tim appointed 'of the father.' \ ''It i is araongjthe ,.last It is,not known whether thevisit was, onion & Co.; of LondonThe s&methooseSfi ,
"ecnUypopped,*pn the Salinas Plains and the ,true continued Prince Albert 'tha are the hand.of charity *
Owner:of/pie bp se asking him, In,ti8} .r course-of you here hope that crown him one of business or pleasure. taken the contract for tha great railway ja :61
'" Prince ofWalesfand if you coddoctVproperly, poor we succesamay 1
; > and has offered;10 take the ccn'traet fef
tI1 conversation, JW.he1 had heard of! ,
foaguin. ..the yoa may become a.man of high station,*and even Asva\further testimony of his standing abroad, St.'r
I '' ,Latest from the Disputed Territory road from' ,to,the aouUiwest corner !
rionaddrtiaed hisliand
j put 'Jo'hyl heart, and alter ,the death of your onotherijnaj3becomeKing ; the Pulatki Demo- .' ., .. .
I .J. we cbpylthe. following from JnlHexico.. 1 uissotut-3lt. mn es...t ,
great politeness and pfnetraung ,
; .jit glaq r 6f But now little ",4.Darien"SJiip
: England. you are a boy '
1 t' ed i in Tennessee / The Mexican Governor Trias of the Canal a work '
tf'plioo'f ,1 t who -obay hjsiutorS and'governors. Besides cr' : ,. 5DR ... disputed ezex :
'Sir. I.,,,}, that J n. etas DO man.takts me I must impresa.uponVoa another -: territory claimed by Gov Lane fort the/United Muted before w ;shall have dope talking, and regulatmg ,
I ,saying WEEKS. "This skilful Dental Sur- 'and disputing about the |
: icaragu
.' ,a't}a .r .pl t.t"--e1uufdredluW. !lt;me, of the wise Solemn,,iniPravrbs DL 24:-'lie F X 'States,.arrived at El Para on the 24tiyjlt, with transits.snd the and
has been 'Teluuantepec/ railroadi
1 igood'vrewnx.' geonrand.admirable gentleman .our acroM }
: iffr* ,that spkreth his rod hatet11t son; but he that : 750 men and' 150. officers telecommand th the' .throu
I Wilhouf any further ceremony, and,ptgrfectly,' 'lovcth'-himchastenethhim betimes. : -' town/for some weeks engaged in the practice of. $ con.tirient pur own territory.
We understand he will leave i iu in Levies of militia he El La The Darien SMPBanal is'to be forty
i S .uJjqxy ieA.the rubber ,went on to relate the'reiw HcreuponJ.the (then took'Qut a ro4 and his profession. has mauVupon" paso, nflesoolj
jg>3'df hie'conduct in his I late career. He aidIhat'bocomlng lheheutothe'thrpnjBofthe; weightest empirexfChristendom gave 'few day and will.not again return to PulaskI, Real and Seneca, from yhich"places..he' hadmade in lengtli; that is, from pqrt s OTe.to the pen
I 'to Florida. He has for San MiueL It will e. 160 fed in width ajpt
to ,
dlsggustod\vrth the intending remove ,
frequency of li, and 'call for 700 A letter from,El Paso
very palpable ;; a men. '
Mexican} lie .ha 'eome' to many visited regularly, two or three timesa 30 in depth.{ : This'route nalq" surveyed and e- '
'J revolutions! ; *} California years
: then n'the
stoOO'hpn up Corner, saying. You the dated April 25, gives the foil ridiculous. reports Iccted rovered '
in ug in
to end tits days in peace, as an American citizen,' will stand ne're and Miss year our town, and by skill. :practice was only so recently as 1851 J.

but that he had been oppressed, robbed, and persecuted 'Itudtyourlel8011'un leave -to 'come out. ,o(his profession, integrity, intelligence frank and "as coming frorn Gov. Trias,:which would .by Dri Cullen; and strange to say, this ia to U
Hillyard gives
you AJd ,
,io", ., : by the Americans in tbe placers, badtost neTer forget again that are under tutors and t cordial manners gained the friendship and esteemof show him to be at very-gassy fndividi al 1 completed before the Tuhnantepcc transit ao ,
f.10,000Jeen drltrD.from. a piece of-land J- you all who knew.him. We trust that he will}m twith' long explored aud brought to the notice of the I
and, that hereafter will under 'Gov. Trias.reports the withdrawal of the Mexi-
governors pou po '
jvfyfch he was working with an American .a cordial reception i it* the sunny South antj world by ihegreat JumboldL and surreycd, :
\ compa. a law: given by God This, adds the correspondent en minister fromWjtfhmgton,,war.pith Spain
ny; bad been insulted ,and grossly maltreated is an excellent! Chris in mode of educaa success" and'prosperity' may attend himll in 'Ac., Ac. General Montenegro with 6,000 men, i in/1822, by / ptaiaJBiypiatuV"; ., -."L :
The British hero
ithOut justice; had been flogged-and, he was tion, which every citizen and peasant things. is reported'as On route from Sonora and 'below government vea'probation
E J : ".cterminCd tow ,revenged for his fourfold. *.-. and countenance e to thi grand en'
.. wrongs, a child may well take to his heart as a model. tote copper mines: General Morales, with
." Ho had, robbed many killed many; and It may be, proper to add that the: youngsterwho Information. 2,000 men, w expected daily from Durango. The prise. The company have a most' favorable con

I 5- more should, suffer in the same way, or, else he is represented to have received this paternal In consequence of numerous inquiries from excitement in El Paso is very great, and all tract with New Grenada; and this is further w- I
I cured by a treat between New5 Grenada
oukfdie intthe( struggle. He appeared then to admonition is but eleven years old. persons residing in other States, we republish an breath war and death to loss Americanos.ySak'zar ) and
England. This route is safe from American
w jery wrjous, and become excited but sub- weeks the Mexican boundary is even
article which in'ourco.mmns
some aurveyory
I appeared filibustering if while at the
: ., fccqqentfy added \hat'hearing a large reward was Usmw STATES LIGHT, ARTILIER-.-Yesterday just from the city of Mexico, and reportsthe same time the Clay
4 offered for his iead or his liying.body he rode In- since in reference to long cotton. We add the Wu-huliver treaty which} our Government 1IeC.ato
I : i ly : a number of gentlemen from this dty had the decision! of the Mexican government to consider
1 i Stockton, disguised, walked leisurely l around following replies to additional queries in a letter abrogate, secures to the commerce cf the
j Jq I pleasure of witnessing the exercise of target shoot an a declaration of war the refusal on the part '
United Testes its
L i c Tiitfj His scrape thrown over his shoulders reading lang, at Jefferson Barracks, by Capt. Brown's from an Alabama correspondent t of the United States government"t3 recounts i tu adYant.&g ,

I,'j ,..,' the different .hand-bill>. posted up about the company of Light Artillery. It was a test of The bu' wild laud sell from $8 to 12 .per Bartlett and Conde's boundary They think Late and .

I I '.town. Coming to one of, these, in a publie t.ltorouglitarc what is called in the army service, the "spheri they have outwitted us, and mean '!' set up latt'restiag from TeA
for hammock lands unimproved. We believe ITIexico 1
r where$5006 was offered for his acre
cap cal cased shot, an improvement upon "Schrap- great pretensions in consequence. /
,1 lure, ho 'wrote in pencil underneath: 'I will give nell's" cased shot The principle is this: An about ten acres to the land, besides provision The of We learn from the San Antonio Ledger that

,J .' $10,000 mYRCIC Joqinn'--and leisurely' rode iron case like a bombshell is loaded with musket crop is usually cultivated,the number of bales,. Washington Union Saturday says: the El Paso train under that Superintendence of

:!! ,j ,' put of the town. balls and just sufficient powder in the shell to to the land win depend on'the quality of land cultivated t' We have seen a private letter/received in Capt. Wallace ,),1 reached that city on eke we-
1 t explode it The aperture is closed by a metallic this city from a reliable source i /the southernpart Wins of the 9th mate The L-:dcr says:
'r i I Great Texan Laud Case Trial pine lands are more easily worked than of New Mexico, under date pf April 7th
and Thu
\ fuse;which is so graded that it may be made to mail left Santa Fe on the 17th ult, ant
lJ! ;" Verdict. hammock lands and be cultivated which states. that the America consul in Chihuahua i t
explode at any given time, from the instant of more acres can I El Paso, or rather San Elazario, twenty mild
t j : 'i T1Q| Fourth District 'has'been occupied for firing the cannon. When it explodes, the projectile but the product is less. We suppose that-two M. Riddles arrived at Fort Fillmore, this side i on the 26th ult. Considering that thr

). *pore days past in'the trial of an important land .force carries the balls within it one and two to three bales per hand would be about the run forty miles above El Paso, the day before, bearing party were detained some two days upon the

\, ". snU'.' involving the title to the entire town of hundred yards further, almost in a horizontalline dispatches from Trial the Govcrnon/of( Chihuahua route, trip has been an 'expeditionsoBt,

; Browhsvillo T %'L and with a force equal to the discharge froma I,of the product of Sea Island Cotton planting- to Gov. Lane. The day before Mr. It has likewise been attended.with much 'adren- i

: i If" |The suit wzs brought in November, 1851. in musket To illustrate ; If the artillery were a the Long cotton bales usually weigh about 400 Ibs. Riddles left the city of Chihuahua, Trias had ture in all[ probability, the Ions of life. On tiu

i the. name of Jacob 1Ius ian, for the rccoveryiof: mile infront ofan enemy they would throw these to the bale, and are baled in round bales, in good made a forced loan upon, three of the principal 1 night of the 28th, after passin $ife'a tnnv
( w'If the rights and interests npon certain lands sittiaU spherical cased shot, calculating the time and distance bagging. All this description of cotton i is now proprietors of that region of$20,000, and he was twelve miles this side of Van Horn spell,a party:

Gad opposite the city';Matamoras, Mexico, and \ so. that it would explode fifty yards in < to start on or about the 20th ultimo for Pwith + o of three, driving the mules in advance ittfprised -

: \ft 'now the site of the town of Brownsville Texan front of the enemy. When the shell exploded,it worth forty cents per pound. 1,000 troops. We learn further that dates by a party of Indians were be Ha
,supposed *<
.. PJWntitFalleges Uiewhole,of these lands, to- would send'more musket balls through the ene- up to the 18th ultimo have been received from caloros or Apaches. The number of Indian
: .. pctijfif jyitb Government About Long Cotton.We the same source, but they contain further
t ; improvements thereon my's ranks than a whole company of infantry no amounted to fifteen; three of whom were ambcab-

were acquired for and on account of plaintiff, would do, and with an equal or greater force ft learn that the past season has.been one intelligence. ed ,behind what is generally styled Spanish

I C rJe'StiUpwI and Samuel A, Btlden-.Sti'J- I is a death-dealing invention, and when broughtto of unexampled prosperity to the planters of our Dagger of large dimensioha. TwoT'flashes! of firl
Death eta
i J f.hold. one-half and the, other half to be- more experienced use will make the light artillery State. The great staple of East Florida, is Sea .Spaniard. arms were descried, but no report was heard
hj>iq by Belden and plaintiff.: the most of Our European advices this morning
important arm 'warfare. The announcethe At this moment Sanford received in .his right
'Basse' 4 Horde a legal firm at Brownsville Island, or Long Staple Cotton. death of the de
-' experiments were made'under the supervision of Marquis Valdegamas, Spanish tide an arrow, discharged by the third .
4 .1' ,6 rY] jrere' 'engaged as agents and attorneys to protect CoL Bragg*and witnessed by a number of officers The producing regions this species of Cotton Ambassador ,in Paris, better known as ,Juan The party of marauders now raised their sbouta

i the 4 interests of the partnership. of the army. The shots were fired from a is confined to Sea Islands, along the coast of Doncso Cortex, one of the most distinguishedmen and succeeded in stampeding the mules : Fortunately

S ; ;:The original petition filed in the case, after set. hotwitzer and from a six-pounder, at the sever- Carolina, Georgia and the Peninsula J of Florida. of his/country, both as a secular and an all but four were recovered The arrow'

_. r ting forth the grounds of the claim, alleges thatBridcn al distances of 450, 750,and 850 yards, at'a com Islands ecclesiastical politician. Ho was one of the most penetrated the of Sanford about inelh
The the person five
: on toast produce the finest
: II. .' S., had a partner in business named William paratively small target and it was completely rid- active J leaders of the Ultramontane party in .es. The shaft was broken off when his comrades

Aping$who was recently interested i with him in dled by the musket balls. It was, a most gratifying description cotton known, and'thii cotton,the the Catholic, Church, as well as a zealous and came up I leaving in the wouni the spiie; and a

P"W1 speculations, sand that notwithstanding exhibition of the accuracy with which the present season. has brought as high as eighty efficient supporter of the Spanish crown. He portion of the wood. The DOT returned to

r -. ,r'. ,a -.P>$ tfc'ir\c4fa> .ami'undisputed rights in, the artiuery guns can be .directed. Capt. Brown's cents per pound; the lands producing these finecottonitas first ,rose, to distinction in, 1832.", during the Van Horn's 'well, where Rue party was encamped ml
p ,eo seiC'the a.sa'es SGflman. S rnqet.L( : company is -Rill and the Dines of Ferdinand,VIL when he
Hoe cannot devoted bun-
amy we
; to hbn,the who thea
EHsha Masse Robert'H. bear in in cultivation over one hundred delivered wounded man,,. ,was .
and. Horde
Belden. self to the '
_ S conspired presume, bout of A more efficident or better dis- / interests of jCbjristina iue. queen repent suppoaedtabe tos .
together for ihe purpose of cheating and dplined' command. tZoua fp SZican, lith. years and its fertility is now maintained by and of'her daughter 'tha present queen. bun back t6'the h.Jng.thtllhoug".b etij .'art .

I, i Vfraudincr petitioner; aided and abetted by .. the free application of marsh mud, and His in their cause was followed by ample time some ten diyafdrivefroa Sam l4 oJ ,<' .
he said Wm. Ailing, did in December 1849, The ffXanner of carrying on trade from the marsliticil rewards which he continued to in
grass tide water creeks and the enjoy On the while in nine ladtsaf '
lander petitioner by charging him with gaud i in with China.' sapplication increasing profusion till the time of peeo caigp

I'O' f,,. tje public eW'lpapcrs-aCter which, by a pre- The following interesting explanation of the of about twelve((12)) bushels' of salt to He was the 'author of a number his works death., made None another charge and .stampeded, the'malcaon '

sale and for a pretended price of $15,000, manner of conducting trade with the Chinese nation the acre, putting about one quart of salt to the diplomacy, polities, and ecclesiastical however>olost. TalUce, in pursmcj;
organiza them ,
..', E'ded Stillman and Belden conveyed to the said Is made'in Pr. Allen's recent publication upon task row; the finest cottons are principally used tion, which established his reputation as a bold dian.fad a narrow .escape rom the fire of aala-
: & Hord the
right, title and
interest as well the opium traffic controversialist
: in France mix shrewd logician and admirable
: to with silk fabrics. an
pfthetaselves as of petitioner, to'the lands which "%YUliIn Sturgis. esq. of Boston, whose master master of As The roads are in excellent order, rather improved

they u well as petitioner had under joint con rience in'the:China trade though not in opium expe- The next quality of long Staple is the Cotton the Spanish Cortes, he waS style.conspicuous a member in de of than otherwise by the late rains exceptIng

', ,) tract acquired. Petitioner averred that therefore raised in the Peninsula that between. the Leona and
extends back more than h&lC.century in a lecture of Florida?I known in the bate, commanding resources of invec portion lying ,
Ii' '. I, (Hit said Basse & Horde, in accepting said} purfN.se delivered not long since before the Boston market as Florida Cotton. The whole Peninsula tive, sharp repartee, and glittering sarcasm eloquence to Gila., Capt Skillman is expected to ,return to
; violated the'most'sacred relati imposed Mercantile San Antonio on,the second train from the present. -
"i Library Association, stated that in a remarkable extent. In .
". them of Florida produces! this cotton, which has sold 1851 he was charged '
upon a* Attorneys at Law and
oipetitioner. f 1848
agent .
$7,000,000 In specie was carried from them w th. the .functions of ambassador *
"R i He further averred that neither in the market the present season at from 39 from the
to 48 to
United States to China 'learn and
to pay for our import Spanish government to Paris We father from Capt Wallace :
I, where he
I I law BeAst or In equity! could,Stillman and Belden sell, lions from that country; but now most,aU our cents per pound, according to quality/ The resided since that time. Donoso Cortes company that the Indians are u busy as ever p
4 Horde was
-S ; nor jis'to defeat the accept of of said 1 purchase? so purchases are paid by bills of exchange on Eng\ pine lands improved by cowpenning make fine born at Estremadun in May 1809, and had there their thefts this side of El paso', They stole &*
I rights petitioner, and that as land from the proceeds the opium; trade. This fore just commenced bis mules from Capt. Skillman and penetrating tw
r. but the best forty-forth ,
said tale could only have Ixjen made crops description of soil is year.
.1".. on account fact may serve to explain the manner in which considered [N K adoba enclosure of McGoffin/took fow tan.
'of and for the benefit 11'n'buret 20M. ult. .
petitionerhe deemed i it trade carried the hammock, which has rather
luc on with China. Formerly, the grey a We gather still father from the same mnrt

., ft and b4 claims Interest to to adopt the purchase and sale exports of that nation were greater than the im sandy appearance.The A ST01'I roe THE WASHCIOTOS NATIONAL Moxc. that Gen. Trias, from Chihuahua; had throws

s/, ., '_ atwneficiary thereof! It was further ports. From 1800 to 1830, European nations .-A fine block 750 into El the disputed territory
averred that defendants have sold 111 the product per acre on pine lands is from MT of white marble, six feet In men Paso to.sustain

\ ''r fci question 'T rfott? lots,in which propertyH have and the United States were obliged to ship every 500 to 1000 pounds seed cotton to the acre and length and two and '.half wide adjust been of Lamarcia (perhaps not J pe2ed rfeK/_
'. ,. they re- year large Quantities of specie tq.China, in finished at Monument until the detenninea; 4 taeff
';I:' t ceivcd the pt\86,000. for pay the hammocks Place The face l is after boundary was
sum. ) no part of which ment for silks from 1000 to 2000 per'
,' :t to tea, and other merchandise pounds the style of a sunken panel, with plain was a rumor that 2,000 more were on their *V
I : fillHe .account petitioner But tie opium 'trade taking the acre; this cotton will make about In the left fort
therefow Prayed that,be be fully restoredto place of aU 250 pounds of centre, in alto-relief is an open Bible wiil from Durango and ebewhar LaDe had

his rights, and in default, that defendants be useful articles of manufacture, of any other pro dean cotton to the 1000 Ibs of seed cotton the words, m raised letters on each side or it- Fillmore and is no"at Santa Fe. n ton aDd

i'4I I" f t'f" ,. adjudged indebted to'Him in dlef""aumorlOO.. after duction 1850 increased, the balance to such of an.trade extent that soon which at 40.cents per pound would make the 'The General Assembly of the Presbyterian territory in dispute is not &r from' Fort" J',
tIOO for was turned pine lands in the United States of America in Sandford who, popr fellow,,is mall probabi
I u damages having compromised his in- against China. yield fifty to one hundred dollars session -
Consequently balance dtuxcs
of per
1 in well known among our.
Washington now dead was
.tcrests in the City, May 1852. The
premises. trade !in, the regular exchange of 'commodities acre, and hammock\ from one to two hundred v
i Assembly made a liberal for his good b heart gentlemanly deportment
The ciao Vas brought to a close on appropriation for this
Saturday, must be.paldin specie and dollars
isjnat so much drainon acre. T
per ie crop of stone to be inserted in the spirit accommodation. He.waiabravefcwjj
nd verdict rendered present _season column humble
was : ,as an
tbe: ufiion of China. Dr. .
.u.tt : ]tW thethe.; Jury, find that the defendants shall that from 1835,to 1850. it Williams states would fully sutfain this statement as the complaint tribute to the man, under whom was achieved too. Capt. SJuJlnwn can @mplpy none bid Nova<
." unto Jacob Mussina the averaged yearly more baa been universally the civil and religious liberty"which his e fellows. We beUeve SanCjfd was, born in
convey plantiff by goOd .thmIUSOOO(1; .whicti' would amount in this : made that much more untry- the mail r001l.
I men now had been ebnneeted-oa
and suffickftt tifleall the FlBhuP cotton had been : M richly;' -enJyThe design was Sco''and .
i pen period to$200,000,000. It is true,however,that planted tha* they could b furnished for the'lastsizmdatha. ..d .d j"
acquired! by BaRne A Hord under :the transfer aU the opium sold in China, amounting to picko.ut peso JThefeflne by resolution of the ;Assembly and .
more amed into .
pf conveyances of the 14th of December 1849,, than$40,000,000 annually, Is paid for in .execution.b.their ; called the
specie slating or the$ kkhard 'The k ofa new frigate 41oJ
.and. the Slat of January 1650, witHa nlnt sty but then only aboutone-thlrd actually leaved cottons '4 formerly .ginned out er. J'* ,and MrTjacobCarter *

by ahand 1' gin, order to/ajoid i injury to the staple oia.1Dd, ; Hr/' BraxtoJ CoiuUUatfai .waa laid a fiw.da' />t *"* ".

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jPL k Ireland. -*- |i \Napoleo..RemahuBemot"ed. ,. : OBITUAUY. '
iI. h11i1i11ri sp'7 JS one* >and all .continue to The ,. < W. ioxu&ioi.Et&UNG City Ordinances and livsolmtioutv .
removal of. Napoleon's remains of St .
Wht cit the popuUon.k .".- Denis the burial-place of the old French moaarcht "I ,.,-' : determiaed to.make St.,.Alpll Ordinance for the better preservation of& .

,._. often amounting to orer appear, to tu, if one canjudge accurately ."J the wdid and Gentlemen 6ar resideoee.ts. Teacher oft f8-b Vocal sevicei to cleanliness. and bt1thOftbeChyarm&'for.other.piag. .. .- Sposes. .
Lu bf nil wty for the eaport at this distance, a serious blander Louis Na- : and Instrameatal, tti sBt

_____ becoming scarce, and the pauci- poleon's. We can indeed see no reason for Piano Fortes tuned and repaired.Music..Office. : .at the of it the hereby Ordain of ,by the May r"Dd Alder .
City St.
i 1 is strftlngly exemplified in the the change --i Planters Augustine CovicH aaraa- "
; cf Hottl.
I .except the gratification : A aillj *
That from
I ) bled: and after the I"
who .
s attend the promulgation .of this
Saturday's vanity MsySGth -
smacking of thearvinu. Th. first emperor : .. '
Ordinance:'it shall not be !lawful .
enclosing remittance from did not found bra claims to the French ,to throw vegetable '
trash anniiaal ,
og into the country, so that itii throne on royal blood, but on the direct choice. Administratrix's Sale. Sea Wall, ,w into matter the Basin of any description, over the ,1., ,

: .. >ect any check to the great Of the French people,, and need not therefore, O N' Monday the 27thday; of JUDe next, I will' Wall-nd any person .o nding connected against wilhaafd thia : ,\> ., :I
m In progress, and which a place at St Deni his sell between |he hours of pro- ,
'to sanctify right to --- 10 A. M. and 2 P. bibition shall if a whiu r-raon; befinedfor the first, 's'
untH the Celtic race shall preserve his to iIi I M. in front of ihe Court Howe in the of \ .
memory posterity. glory, city di. Augustine qfftnee. a somjioira than two,,,ior .more' than : '
-_____ .ed away from the mother coun- moreover, was principally that of a great warrior, DIED-:Iti ihi city of consumption, on Friday in the coomy.of dt,Johns, by order of the I dollar..ud lot each subsequentoffence,, f Dui : :I'.:, -

*r too, are going to England, and the resting place:assigned him at first'WA',, evening the 10th inst., Mrs., ELIZABETH D. Judged Probate of said county a nous* and J lo'ts'tuateclin : ess thau five, nor more than Ten daUanandifthe 1 i

iuppoecdinconiequeneeoftheeini. therefore, the most appropriate in all France.- HARDER rife of"iU. S. A., St. Augustine,.belonging to eststr of J03BrAPY. I offender be a colored person, he or she ao .offending
L TS tt UatnKs, they will readily obtain emTgg While many reason exist, consequently, againstthe The death of this most excellent:and accomplished bounded. late the of said county deceased, said lot is i hall subject to a J-ke,fine.or be,at the ..discretionof ) '
t U kborcrs and servant Private ac- removal, none thai.have force at least on Wets by George street on the South ihr Mayor, punished by .the.m81clloa-Gfa .wuuber". .
,4 M .I estmeath and the Kinjcs county appear in is f"or. any i lady will I be receivejljijiK'feeling'of profound ,! Vy Bridge street.oii' the East by lot of Mnrtin Canwva of utiipea on the bareback of not lets than nor I

p, ii pre slj siffillar tendency. In the lat- There arc other indications, if we believe sorrow.and sympathy by:a Urge circle of Robinson and on the North by lot of the estate' of Margaret snore than lw ny for the first offence, and forench ,

the effects of the exodus are set .some of the Parisian letter-writers, of may a growing attached frieuds, to ,wb&:she. ws'..wctU"ed by. deceased ANN] T. subsequent' offmce. elf mi .lei than twcniV,.nt"r .
t. .t* 1 t the srardty of hands to the the loveliness of her character i the of her PAP-Y. Admi 'ratrix. more than thirty one. I
complete folly on part th* new emperor. But as purity St. Aoguadne, May 26th. 1B53. 4wk.. : l'J
aM the hn! rate of wages which yet the assertion want proof It is scarcely I life and her exemplary Christian.character. I it further Ordained by .the authority aforesaid :- 'I''I'B
I te1 are compelled to give in order creditable that wb ecelved the : Thai it shall not hereafter be,!lawful ..for.colojed '." r
one m experience has taught During a long and,pianful illness her calmness by Carolina, 10 Ca '-i choice :
Uborers to forego for ft season at so much, and who has jgrren such signal proof, and fortitude have that Claret Wine, 2 Bbla. Nice Hams, 10 Kegs persons,(bond or free) to use ,the Sea WaJ| ass j.
i tnEton of following &dr friends and not genius, but of tact, unscrupulousness, and exemplified a life"adorned 'Butter, 10 boxes Cheese. d't Chocolate,3 do Congress place for promenading, and they trr:herebyorbidcn .
tt ad U4 in by Christian .Aith..is the best'preparation for, acboatian Water 2 Cases fine to walk thereon, bn-ler a penalty .of a ifinebfnot
i p < nonet the new knowledge of the French people should all at Cut tobacco fa' tin foUl
death.Kelying .Cbc iee le. than two. nor more than five Donor in "; 'J I
diiWcta lien
B ; Principe fit Retail
se rcrs hate been once, begin to play the madman, in the manner an>,at thereof of f
a number stripes of r few.
by tt.pettftntry, sad eenln of him. But with unwavering faith fhe B. E- CARR. not than ten nor '
reported this is an age when all upon ,promises than }
be laid
May.21, 1853, more thirty one, to on tip bare bock of
l : f krfe torrw the traces of ftte things are possible. The emperor holds his office of eternal lifo.aod tpoking,forward;with,trust the ofl ader. i f ::

r rsi.. On, cleikrit,visible to the only so long U he 'pleases the rural population and confidence to a re-union.in,, tIzei4d w.'NO1CE..VIIALLEIGE. -iB Bt further Ordained and Decreed" by the authority .' 'i

. :Tp! flea Sunday erenlng, Aping, cajoles the old the monarch bankers' and commands the the army., with the friends most'dearly vedorth.sbs 1 jo the Gentlemen of! $. Avguttine:' IfoteMid.that from and after ihi. .date all .' -,
roads 'wIl Disgust, last
even colored fbrbiden
p mg If&
r 'lJ? ., ,. death. w8t1kct1m composure expressing'the how I t V V .tkmea of 4t,Augusijiner. a Boar Racefcei: -' ;
., *.- rm > .. ... -_ ., jM hrgLQ4 *fyf ; :pettai, fioeot(; lio;. le a 'than'ihretrja iiorr I.z gL //I
lr : #<9 Q&ti?.the.,Cteit Q
,.. : 'm _WUl' 'a' :tJJctN' U fom'; .t.g. r ., ;.,
iIrU liOa .
r rt
4J rJit MJ&( 'l fl. clr eerjfi 4r' =
'II : !
: q.t."t : few .months preceded:her to l that.t "milt- -tix land m each BL' T. be rwron the p J !there f' unmqbrr' .ncs.p! .!fess" .w .

his J R un.y' *PMjnst oIitude. In The Washington Union in alluding to 'the the are at rest--, .,f \ Fourth of July,>J853, : *- '' .i i::! tI.rr." UQ 'nwtIoretbu.lwn"tg. JM Jaid !u"apae. : _
doted, 1140 eniigrjnU took shiptiwjportt emits in China says If the portst>f that country weary tf. :" ; bare back, of the .offender-aod or each sibseqoentoffaace .

reeciivey! f New Ross and were thrown open to the world, no other nation :Surrounded -with, friends'"and. 1 I leaving. ,behind!,- 1. HOPKINS; 4. Axriir .Br.AIlAX: c fine 4>f.litn ,d lI.anlhe ,infliction of '

nt *i8bL. letter from C&hhrlveen, in the could compete with (he United States for the her sundered domestic ties of the_strongest char-' 2. F. W. SAJW. v .'5. CvAtf. thirty one;auipea.' to' be ,(aid antbe. bare back.aa*v S
3. Jso.
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HOPKISS 6. SPEXCER' BOOJCS.PalaikaMay afareaailacd' .U colored Pf'nOn are hUfby.racily
r ( yQ( edDewkyeTenfnp, saysftymeffibIed4lft commerce of the Chinese'Em.pire,,an it regards ,act r.btch stian mignation D .all tofeel that; *.' I lorbidin, to about- their:
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16th, 1853. any .persons, nftkoife
) r'I
1hs that second the moment .
for ,
fir M far Hrefowds of human bolags'* consistfctfc present of that svstem as of auspicious exclusion which has overthrow ,their loss was her;gain..and that having finished : : I clasps or other.of more .than 'three inch Jenf ib of. ,
so her work of for the l life she IV otlce. I blade;nor shall any,coloredper| .onsot '
preparation to come ) ,actualf1nfirni | -
% rt, mothers, gsterf, and 4ber| I long shut &ut ail.foreign'nations. It laYs'territorV' : from disease ItS'IZC t'
. or carry under an.y.
age ,
could with welcome the of death. persons are hereby forbid from .
N ffjwer 100 men and women joy messenger All trepass- .
yoyujj "A of more than five millions of "* i I pretence whatever, a-cane or walking stick ,of ', .
: 16 46 p rTs of age,rtartlng for America. square miles, four thousand walled cities, a population : A bereaved family dear friends and the church land known l.upon as or 6OOO cutting acres any limber lying'on on the the East tract side'of I or description;.ande.a penalty of nm less than any JJ 1.

r of, three hundred and fifty millions an which she was an attached and devoted member of St.Johns River between what was formerly known I five dollan.bne.or! a number ofllrjpta .be laid oa**' :' I IA.

Ca..Thefrewperamezfland army of nearly two millions of soldier, a fleet.of will long mourn the loss of, one who was ns Mure place :opposite Pilatka and Buena Vista I'hit' bare ba.ckofUieoSeoder,' .f jiot .Jeia than. ten,' f

habits. a thousand.sail, and ax. anmial revenue of two lovely in her life,and lovely in tier d ath. .. put of a giant; of 15,000 acres' mad tp John i nor more,than thirty-nine. J 1*,'f-"'. }I
the 23
Passed Council:
the objections urged against the filli- millions of dollars, are some of the evidences !of ; Huertasan being'the same' 6,000 acres sold:"to I by December W Q :
its immeasurable fr'randJ.Ayice, John G IlUMPllilEys. Mayor.. I k
adeefretoanuexthefairklandofCu. wealth. Among the productions by HnerUft,-As all said land I I
BatH, Arn u'lcmcllI. Attest I v
of its of Is Ia claimed by me guardian of CA M. .4 .4
which the
in Ancx.MAKYN.ACe.
aOLrn i
%*$_. attests the extreme dissimilarity be- soHjevery acre From Picolata 18 miles ditAnce to':5J. 'Augustine I M. R. A"IIUt1.Clerk. 1 4.

1 the tenptinment and habits,of the CabaosIsfltl I highest state cultivation: are seen nearly all the AKRIVKS.Mondays amj ThursJsyj 11 A. \1.DIPARTS. 8t j .' .
ow present population. Another objection I richest offerings of the vegetable and mineral .-Sundays and Wednesday* 12 M. Augustine May 14ih. 1853. Ordinance to raise a revenue' t.40"meet- the' j ,

t to beAtourintert'ereccmightput an II kingdoms. Its manufactures. especially of per Ctosw..Pundaviind Wednesdays 11 A. M &I..t lacking Varnish, &c.-\Iuoos'hoe real expences ofthe City, .the'year ltiS3and (ot\ : i I 3I

.a MaSs i'society which now-affords Its celan and silk are unsurpassed by any atio.- JILP blacking. Masons shoe Varnish, Harness Varnish the extinguishtaent.of City: debt. ,
incalcu'able'' f'
,M1foa'I ; ,nAon a greater amount happiness What benefits' would' the United I NE\V AUV HfI S E.\1B1 N 1'.". ,*,Rubber blacking, fish Oil, Neata fool Oil. at Be it Ordained, by the Mayor and Aldermen ofc I ';"

.eouId expect to realise under Ameri- States reap Lrom an unrestricted commerce wjthan ntall.. B. E.:C,\RR.gF the City of sit. Augustine, .to Council .coutr!=cI: II I
The ann-xed extract from the empire so .teeming in wealth! What a mar, That Tax of one-eight .of,one ,per cent be "and i :'
[New York Jfirrorj Cuban correspondent will ket for the products of American skill and.industry The Florida Bail Road Company 'Another Quart of Buttons I,fJ the same ia hereby directed'/? be imposed .fe'" the .

*wid Interesting as throwing Borne light upon might bo found among the redundant populaof i1 Otice is hereby given,to the subjcribrrs' for( x giving loathe 'tremendous 'ruh br these who year 1853,(for the purposes .aforesaid) on the value ::1 :

lbIM..tt superficial objections. We quote China 1 The urplus production of our ,agricultural ... stock in the Florida Rail Road Company. that \JF appreciate good bargains,,BURLINGAME & of all Real Estate situated and lying witnloTtbV ', ;i t

g.-" labor wepcoplo uld be.especially acceptable to a a meeting of said ,subscribers, heretofore adr-rtised HO WK have been enabled to Dell that lArge stock Chartered limita.fthe lI d. .hy-and the following .t

"TIuskr. who read a scanty and precarious sub.A for the 13ih June inst., is couponed.to thr 121h July of goods, and through the kind ness of their creditota persons (to'wit) Frederick C. Hllmjl& Y.. and Al- .
frotn wMt-1 lay.seen in tho Island, tistcnce from an'over crowded soil next and that meeting of Mid subscribers will in New York.nave been-enabled to buy a few quarts ,, tmetto D. Rogero. an appointed: assessor's to deter- !
In forced! upon me that ,the ; I be neld (lor die purpose of Elrcting Directors of raid ; more of those buttons,sevetal collars, and a complete nine the value of said Real Estate, and fix the ba- ,

JIMWb portion of the popIe 01 Cuba are..happierIteere '.,* ,. lUo era Bluebeard I' CotnHny.on[ :7Wiay the twelfth (\\2th) day:of July assortment. of spring and summer goo consisting of au upon which said tax shall be levied and it ia hereby I
contented than the citizens of the U. next at J2 clock at noon at the BuffinfttontHotelin Fancy and Staple further ordained that thr- tax imposed by this Ordinance j
[btaI;'IiMI it iay be added, regarding! the con. The court of4uix.es; of the Tonne, a few days *? townx>t Jacjcsourille jnpursuance oe'\h i"t4)r Groceries Hardware Dry-Crock Goods shall be collected in tLe lame .It'IA.yJj
itioD of the former if ignorance 1 is .bliss it is ago,,tried a mai named Gautherin for having incorporation. 1 ery Rendy-made Cloth under the same regulations as are provided And in- :

full, to be otherwise U is also true that if the murdered a girl earned Chardon, called'La Cara .ne 1st..J853. 1 ",('. : Plug, Boots Shoe* Hats force initiation to,the collection rf City*laiea Jeiried. :
[people of the TJ. States were placed In this paradise bine.*' Be 1 it remarkable simstcr appcaranc C. A. PRICE,' 1.. t'' ; 4 and Caps, Yankee upon other deKripiioas of property. '* .

JHCOabt, add compelled to Hv. under Spanish On thedoUhofbls father, in 1841, he went to I: H. Bttossojf, .-; !' 7 JI OtJ DS &c. Passed. by the Council. 19 Jandary 1853' : t ; ,
Mws Would be the live with his aged mother having quitted his wife, 'JoSEPri FlSSlECAW GlUDMPfl' EYE, Mayor. l )
ifeey. most unhappy people on Which we are prepared bach 11 cheaper than the cheapest
the earth. \ Liberty 'or Death/would not only I and took with, trim ,a girl named Dor He frequently A. M. REED, \. *, '. .i.iJons i'us true our competitors are annoyed at the prices Attest T /fl4'; > 11 ,

he their watchword but their most brutally ill-treatedhfc motherland G. REABDOX, \oommunDn- ,M. R.AsDZWClerk.. *
necessity. 4 we are selling oar goods (or.and ba,*.nohf'ai., .1
once nearly strangled her. After her death he: GEO. R.'FAIRBASU! '" .ated', at' the the .
MHe mistake of Americans who I corners ol streets. to make long V.ii .
preach 'gatn"1 Without J ruple to his taste for debauqh-i THOS. P. KE'C5F.D\, ., ,tlpt-echeaiprpMcyiag.that we could not sustain,our I Rttolsed and QrdatHtd, by the: Mayor and- Al- :
ersAfeoofthe Cubans is
that .
,they place.tdvee .item t'n oftbe City of St. Aaguit D,ia Coencilcaavcdrd -
and from his violent conduct became the ter-i JOBS JACKSO.V. iive. but
the condition, of rsceof I cry, through the Ubrrtfl paUoosge of our host;
people That beand
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'" a'tax herrbyiauaeied
:;M ;have 'but1SttleJln'cornroon.iar1ftpaC ._ ror. ,of.the. whole neidhborhood. The girl being JuoeU, '. ocustt..mrrsv."b1!! been euabjed ihua (far to con, all Tavern poa
L the
aud public boarding house keepers jo .
tmable to obtain! the tioue business, the field
w JlUtreatcdby, an'djtwing W5 weptnto ,with a"deter-
"7r..Ii.q e the rates
; c..tBarr'r.Tric city following )wwitoponWa' as fOu
payment of twlI. h l8 pl'OletMes. : jtltiI9tjces rjgciwJs should down and
[ ss'the: dunatcT'or two cities.flVhatcare .- I took l.. rii.iTED-COKpOml1r ,we have, the gralincfltion of k"nowTng come trtaT wehave; (taio U'ut one. u'me during the'rnr ,twenty or
e:then //the girl barton to live with him. (
these luxurious children ofthe sun lie kicked her with Beautifying,' Curling, Preserving, Restoring and been instrumental in bringing obout. There la stilla more boarders the nun,of fifteeo dollars jper ,annura;
j far what we call 'liberty/ long as Nature embroiders frequently great brutality, Strengthening she Hair, Relieving diseases of the chance for flJu1a r reduction', and .we' boundTetter upon such entertain ssiforeaaJd ten or more and
their path with flowers and the golden and in July last, having quarrelled with her, skin: Coring Rheumatic Paius.and Healing Kxternal are lea than twenty board .rs,the sum of Ten dollars! sd
GI'I6IO sid fkt banana beam in the sunshine seized her by the throat and nearly strangled her. Wounds. BtiuAded by no geographical lines to Surrenderuntil upon those entertaining any smaller number'of boaiders .

aM thf i diamond sparkles the beauteous; She, however, broke from him and be cried, : the reputation n f.lhaa v's TaicoruEaoCs.pervades the thing ia accomplished. ., S than rf'ft.a tax ia proportion; ,sad it shall .be the f ,

Lesons> ofthe plump senoriU upon and the Though I have failed today, I .will kin you another } f the -Union.. The antes of the article of 1 late years Large Sales Dud small Profits I Our right and duty,of the City Avcssor andlax"Collecu>t. \ I'

moke ofthe fragment time!' A few days after she disappeared, and, have increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belief. motto BURL1NGAMB- &. UOWK.AdmiuiKtratrix when making demand ,of the aforesaid, tax, to re- ,
dgarriita curls from their
.I In all gracefully do aft no one had ever seen her I leave, curiosity was Pn>fe snr Barry after a cafrcfiil 1 examination, hiei.altV '\pril30 )e require the keepers of ,such taverns ,aj 4/Jbouding .'
&Wylipa. to
I l [ they andaiay they seem felt to knoyv what had become of her; but. whenthe book fiiulu Ihat the number oi' b'tttle delivered booses to give to him a statement or report 411 ada :

". >e involuntarily. swelling the chant ofthe bcatilkd man was questioned he gave contradictory' to order, in quautitie of fiotu ho I fa gross npwor ,' 'Notice.. setting fonh and showing the largest ouuifaer of board ,

"Itawadn.'f account*, saying one time that she had pone to t '1hppysmIfroruUcnreI'rnfree; America, at another to ,Pal i., and at a third to of Jo>e Pnpy, late of rJt. Johns Tonnty within the year, for which such a tax is,demanded,and I

4 0, why are not all contented like me f La Brie. Some days after he took another woman It is unnecessary to present at length the evidences I. dt-c'd., are btrt'by.callpd upon to present them should they or any of them.refuse to give such state
of the-wonderful properties of the Tnt ophe.rous. without delay to the undersigned. Those not presented mentor re port,the said Assessor shall collect from "
tamed to live with him. Two :
1 "The aoftDca .of their,climate,while it relaxes Wissept when the puplic have furnished such an in within the lime prescribed by law will be thoe so refusing,the largest rate of taxation,affixed
I %Bergy, allays also the fretful fever of ambition; days later he went into his barn with her, and dorsement as this. The cheapness of the article forever barred. and established by this Resolution.and it is further ordained .j

:v aad OB'indolent'sensuous"4iati ficd life unknown (hough he held the candle in such a way as to and the exiIanatioD"| given of its chemical action ANN T. PAPY Administratrix. by the authority afotescid that jhrsaid lax be :

'hi the North, is the heaven on earth of the Span prevent the light from falling in a particular direction upon the) hair,t scalp, and in all cases of superficial St. Augustine, April 23d. 1853 8wka collected in the same manner and under the sanif regulations ; J

: Wa Ottbtn. For one, J am not disposed to dis. she perceived through the wall a large hole, irritation first recommended it to the attention os aVe in force end provided, for the. collection j

.; jed disturb|, their Larrnlcss dream by break. What is that 1' said she. .Ob,' he' stammered, of 'he people., This was all that the iuventoi de', Also*-On the second Monday .af June next I of other <,tty tae., f

lag liWir shutters to Jot ;n a coUjicr, even if a rratly alarmed, 'it! ia only a hole for the water to sired. Every bottle sdvei tised juelf. The effects wi I tlt'Ua'tliCt of land belonging to the elllle of Philip Passed in Council 5th Ffbruary'1853. :

, ..tIiw daylight FAQ po is their CJ'fOOi i flow into.' I n1.4 the fluid exceeded expectation. It acted like acharm. R. Yopge situated on North River St. Johns G HUaJPHB ,..Mayor.' .

L Webflte,. God is not in a hurry.' On leaving the barn the woman again asked : The ladirs would not be without Coun. County. adjoining to lAnd of Francis Andreu. Attest. v
ANDltEW YONGE 'Administrator.May A. B. PACSTTT. Clerk.,
A --.*--*sfKeaiaebip '- what the whole cloud be for and he be replied try dealers ;jn every section of ,the United States 14th .

, 9olldiug by Association with a strange laugh 'It is where I put my mistresses .found they must have it; and, thus was,built, op a ; 4wks I
Ordiuanre for the PI'O&eeUOII'I '
wholesale trade of an extent hiinerto! nnneard ol as A
when do not behave themselveswell.
t A large number of persons in this city are they regards article of thja kind. The highest point has Extracts from Proceedings of City I itl of White Person Acae.bled tar ;I ". ...
I This terrified her greatly and the next
interested jin the establishment of Ihe ;
DivineVonblp. I
after'her nut yet .been reached and it ia believed that the Council.
.I. *-.bip line between this city and New day she left him. Shortly his barn departure a sales this year will be avinillion and a half of bottles. following Resolutions) were then severally Be it Ordained, by the Mayor and Ccuadlof the
in but he
.' : I rr the first vessel of which. the Star pf the strong odor was experienced that it caused ,the dead Ut pot and Manufactory. ,No. 137[ Broadway New THE and adopted namely : City of.St. Augustine: Tbatwmaodaftertheps.aiogof j
'. is now dally expected here. Mr. J. W. told his neighbors was by York. Retail price, 25 cents'a large bottle. Resolution this Ordinance if any person or persons shall knov- :
':fDt.a one of bur oldest business men, started bodies of some cats lIe, howevcr closed his barn, Liberal discount to purchaser by the quantity 1st. ingly engaged or concerned in vocHerathre 'nails
r' eet and quietly carried thrdugb by active in such a way that$the smell ceased. 4 few days Sold by all the principal merchants and druggists Remitted'by the Mtyor and Aldermen in Council selling spirituous liquors or any ether act having I. "

.:' W. eeeeering personal exertions what many later he persuaded' the girl Dor to return to him, throughout the United States and Canada, Alnico, conceited That the Ordinance prohibiting bathing immediate tendency disturb or cause a disturbance ,"

t, 1. : #.i talked about but confined their plans and and she went to his house three days sooner than West Indies. Great Britain,*(France, &c. within certain limits therein spicih'ed, pasned'the uf.i congregation of'white persons assembled Car the

; estb words. He wU understood the beueAe he expected. This vexed him. ,The day following June 1I.1*52. ". Gin 3latof July. 1843be amended by inserting Immediately puipoae of divine worship at a ebrrch'pr coapel lathe : i

',: ( of association and it her arrival she went to the bam, and being. alter the word "bathe in :he second line ol' City; such person if a white person Jhall be ked not ;: if
$ principle
, annoyed by a strange smell, she proceeded the "CHEAP C.8H8TOREI" r the first section thereof, the following, via : except lets than five dollars nor more than tweaty.ifs colored .

,., pniecsBIntbiscitytoraiscthecapita1fortheIdi&pofthusline bottom of the barn to see what caused it; but he D. nil .t\Ddreu. .. 'within the tnclonrt or wall of regular.and decently person the offender hall be fieed as arDr .. t

",/ cried with terrible emotion, '1 forbid you to go gespectfnlly> solicits the attention of his constructed Bath ng Haute and it was likewise nr whipped not exceeding thirty stripes or Imprisoned .

. 1*',* _By__ .fkr_ L the greater, A .portion* of the. ..stock* of. this,_ down there!' *Ah1*he said laughing, 'you have .a& Ineods' and thepublicin-generzli. ]. .his,stock. amended Resolved and altered that said,as to.re3d Ordinance thus, ,be(to further wit) so I rot exceeding one week with costs at the discretion ot ,
"JWW'jiBe is> trwneu UCTT, auawe KIIOU laveiucaui* -- -- -- any the Mayor and Council and that toe City Marshall,
some relicts there, then ?-Three months passed, oi sseaay Junae c/ioiuinss SUI: D* tor Inc
I violating this section of this ordinance shall
between this and New York person J/ayor or Alderman shall attend to aUcobptaiaUand
TttMing port and then the girl being ill-treated, and being unable season ; portion of which ,has been matte up in on conviction before the Mayor if a white !
movements ,control and person arrest such offender. :'
-5- we can ourselves to get her wages, went sway. The most extraordinary this city; and for style and durability of workman forfeit and pay for the first otTence, a fine of Five That all coavlctioos'the 1.
CYent those sudden failures and deseivwbkhformer the 'became hip, is inferior to none to be fuunJin.jnyjmarket.The upon person or persons eonvkted .
reports respecting man, now ,dollars, with all costs which may accrue in the collection shill remain imprisoned or ommUted aotil the '
Aiii. -1rIdi'V. lines con- sprtad-t :wi* said -",; other things, following comprise a portion of tn-stock, : I 1 of said fine and for each su equent, offence fise and costs peid or satisfied. ; '-, '
baw'adfrtquendy*given us thai he had sJI a his mothZ'i.. and one Bick| Drip D Frocks, and Sacks; '1 a' fine,of Ten'dollars, with costs as aloresaid a nd if ; ,
; bern no cpitalt exists or nciJt. Linen Dock,Drill wd Fancy Lmeo Frock and,Backs Passed. ia CoetdlJUarcti 10th I8S3--4..
ventured Interfere !
of, his mistresses 4 but no one a negro or mulatto on'conviction shall trespass .. :1At
'b found 'In. tocontri. Isdia Grass Silk andBrown Linen Sack; -.j C UU.'UIEJ8JhJ".
.? city with him. One day,some time after/he napuaingln plat this ordinance the1 offender shall receive twentyfive .'
: required; for such sn enterprise as with Black end Colored Alpaca Frocks and Sacks, stripes"en the,bare back.Hesol.tlOD ,.v. --r,,'
cart a new mistress a girl '
Pants of Fancyv Frmeh CsssimeTe.Black Qoe Skin A. Bl PACTTTT. / -
i v speak of; the principle of association ,
named Convers near a field the girD 3d.Jtttolted. .
Csimere, Black Drip Dete aqd Spriag Tweed
.< < *. .pIIpersIly be easOy sad successfully Applied. and som other women were at work. The Thai -
understood in New whose r Caseimere. Wb.te Duck..Fancy Linen Drill together hereafter,until otherwise provided Tax Collector's Sale* '
: 'If' England
? moment Dor..w him she cried, 'You killedCsrabIneyouputberi3y0rba1fl with large lot of Cotton Dfill and duck pants .a tax of six sod a quarter eentf per day be levied eorh. Jaa: ; '
ygsfrtis whiten the and owned the Y ri pi Ves'eo bvlaw
by : wef. I
., seas, are You are in for*ervants wear.Tests and collected for each stall in the Fish mAel,DIed B'
'Me i ceasBiunHy, so to speak. The "foremast shall eipotf for sale before the J Court House ia
mourning her. M'B1aet SgijnBlackflrikea', a$ Fancy and occupied in tLe vending of Fish ; and it is hereby .
'. each Palaika. the first Monday of rst.the
M July
t # there is interested In of hs| on foUow
:: voyage This came to the ears of the authorities! and Silks. Fancy.a dVhi e' MarMilles. Figured ant made the duty of the City Marshal 1 to examine described triocai thereof win f
, NesI,,lid is,indeed a partner ih the enterprise I they questioned him as to what had become of ',Stripe ,Linens. Also a large Stock of furnishing all! fun brought to the ,market and (with,the concurrence log the state ant property lazes to and pay due .

..taerchant. .' the girl Chardon. Unable to give any satisfactory Goods uch as Stocks..Glorrs JI?penders.Cravats. of any two discreet and disinterested l persons, thereto. to wk.county oceesMry cxpenxs. & '
W' r'.*ffce8 tr of the South is a propeller of over her his searched and : Collars, dhiru Stripe Silk and Cotton Socks and whom he may select to unite with him in any exaction : 1
of premises ,
account were D8' half Sd sad the other half 3d ,
acres one
one thousand tons measurement and is built rilk and Gincham Umbrella, etc. etc. he may make) ahall condemn all such fith as rate ,
I some article belonging to her were discovered.On t land double taxed granted ta the Heir of ,Thomas
be unsound and ntfit for use-and from and .
the accommodation of than to may :
!'ftr shippers this the search became' closer, and it was .ltoU e. after the of this resolution, no sal of fish Forbes advertised (lor nonpayment of taSt.for the '
passage .
....tWif &rge number of passengers She will found that the soil In part of the barn had been shall be made, either openly or covertly until the year ISM,being section 38 private simrysln township *. .. I ;

'. ::1t'. able to receive half hundred cabin recently moved. Age darme6truck his sword JEt market bell his been regularly rung and any sale 9 range 25 and 26.bounded North by public land*. ;
i and fudging from' her speed on her into the ground and found on withdrawing it a made in violation of this prohibition is hereby declared South by lands ofthe Heirs of William Panton, East

I''.t. : the Delaware, we should think she strong smell of I dead body. It was resolvedto HI IHE Steamer CAROLINA* L, M.. Coxxrru. to be utterly void and not entitling the purchaser ,, by public! lands and West by public lands.JnlcM ) : ';

.. 1 -. herself fast TeNet A direct and dig into the earth and the accused offered to JL 'Master, will make a trip to St. Augustine on to a preference over any other individual who ( taxes and expenses are paid before day of *- '

regular csmmunjcation by steam between this dig; but it was noticed that be did not proceedin Tuesday the 14th inou,and (.ave the same day for may be present at and after the ringing of said bell sale. /i i

>4 tjr.SAd Hew York is one ofthe great wants of the right direction,.and that he was deadly Charleston.. June 4th. and propose for any fisahe may seeand, de.-ire to R T BOYD. sheriff and ex-off.
erehaDti* t New Orieans and it Is withf : and selling fish either TaxA.essorandColjeeiors I I
pale, HS was replaced by others, and he became purchase any person openlyor
*J We ire see that they have taken the matter so agitated that no was obliged to leave. As he Five Dollars B ward. ccvertly. contrary to the intent and meaning of Palatka.January lii. I851., l
&to'&&own.bands sad supplied the want out this interdiction,shall on conviction before the Mayor .
went away he cried 'I used to leave my barn THE'PaU belonging to she Episcopal Church Tax Collector**Sale. :
. t '_*flheirewa 'purses door open, and if you find ant thing it was not I tt.the funeral of.Mrs. Driver, at be fined in quadruple the value of any fish so sold
' "'-\fM. be for the Presbyterian Church last winter. information by htm. with,costs of prosecution. Yvirtseofthepower vested jo me by law Iffishaezpo.ekruIeberetbeCaartUousefa
step will us to establish a line who put it there, Somebody has been 'pla'ingme Any '
"fitnlved. That his Honr.the Mayor.be ,
e ., or vAa.ocJ'g, steam propeller's between this port and a trick! The remains of the.body of the girl will be thankfully received.WILLIAM ted to invite the attention oi 'Lieut. M. L Smith, of Palatka. on the first Monday of I luy! next fhe follow
.. _.N O. PWUM.tM'i were found buried. She had been wrangled by' ..Augustine June 4th.. fl53.Claret the United States Topographical Engineer Corps lag described propeny'or so. much thereof as jrflj pay .

$ L. '1"i IL. I, means oft pocket handkerchief tlghtiyroundthe now in lihis City and (who it is understood is on a the state aad county taxes 30d necessair expenses dna

S L '. TO Tnnri: or.-"What a dear good throat The jury declared,hiiDlGuiUylUnd the Wine Ac.A tour of Canal Survey in our State J to. the ground i thereon,'to wit394O ? .:

., General Pierce must be,' observed court condemned him to death. Onheagptg the I' very superior Claret Wine, bottled in quarts intervening between the bead of Maunia Liver,and acres 3d rate laid \'ria gh' owtttup IS

: 1. .Psrgton: "the his Cabinet sentence he seemed overwhelmed andad to be and pints also 10 boxes Claret Wine,Imported Hmith's Creek the head of Halifax River,a "Bo- tango 86 boundedNorth by pobtie lands, Sovta and !.

,: : W ofi to be"warmed oa papers Monday.say It's pleasant supported from the dock,-Galiffnan.?, Meuen- Sherry Mtdeiraand Port Wine, ( ordial. Scotch lows Hanlover" and to ask that be will consistent East by the River.Ft.MM and.West by the the dj. )

' 'r tooJMfik that he will hare Christian associates, ger. > Ale, Porter Philadelphia Ale ant Porter Congress with his other arrangements; examine the same with Tiding Marion sad Putnam County. _
,, Water Choice andotberBrand 'view to ascertain the practicability of 'sad are paid before '
'i '', Principe Sugars;.\ a opening Unless taxes -expense day ofT :
'ML Stilt don't know that it is best tog The Hagerstofrn Herald, in an ajtJcVdeno'uncing mimic Hone 1 Dew Tobacco.ripea. Snuff,Smoking water communication to connect those two'poiau ''lIle. ; .-. 'I, $ .
.: tfi belong to one church." 'And',the ( the spr'ttrappin huraHae.save itwa tartei Ltrafand Lot Tobacco. : and report. to the City Council the result of his ax.iiiniion ," a BQX II,Wft ud j .cC .

' I, ,- $ went to sleep vhUs musing oa so '1m- In\bouts ia the suburbs of that(09 woe twelve B.E.CARIU 1 ." S J. Tax Assetaor,aniT CeDtW r .. i

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;, .V-.r..u.tJl' fta 8k,Gerin Street,north V ,, I ST. AUGUSTINE, ,E. F. BY expose for sale before the Court House in by the L ;blatllre of "*" lor sale b bofei3isCoii
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V a. 't" Oa Chftdptte a.od Bay Street a few IStifp present season IS. now ready for thereon to

.... .i : ,1 doors South. Eta,of th* Pnblie Square.Plcnttrt reception V ot Company.. FAMILIES AND 356 acres 3d rate land granted to D. Acosta double OFFICERS.HEMXY 893 acre 3d rate land granted,to 2. Ra.. V
I it4. OttChariott* Street pd Tjeaswy ; BOARDERS huve taxed advertised for nonpayment of taxes for'the ble taxed and advertised for nonpaymeat 01 V
TRANSIENT can spaciousApartments.
V j I Uf P h of the public dqaaje; ,aWJ.t.4 y,th.: year 1852. being in township II range 26 and bouu- C. CASIT Preiideat WILLIAM D. KELLEV' the year 1852. lying partly la towssij Ih
: VV V tied N. rtli. South and East by public lands and West Vice Fretideitt, EDWAKD P. MCTIIIELL. ,,,.- and panly in township 12 rang 2fi.ri.. "'

/ \ HOOIUH AJry. Clean, and HTrntnew (Ity the River St. Julius. urer E. H. BUTUER, Kteording &etd ry, North by public lands,South by the JUvrr tft V
: V BOUSES.fltffr. ItMiEf InriilnUfcd handsomely.Nothing .- GcoKas W. DKWE,CvrretptxJiiig Ste.MANAGERS and frant of Wm. Gardner's.ub
r J li" On St. George Street, a fer doors Wunlhiff. V A boo. : and iVest by the River St. JohnsTUnless *...

: fiontb\ of the Court; !Horse and public qusre.V The House is well known n.* being re' enlly) 170 acres3d Ale land.being in township 12 range : taxes and expenses Pii4 V V ,

V > V G., X. P.py. Jo p > ,tJt ". .corner .of Bay and Bulk, Expressly with a view to the nccomodution 26 bounded North South and East:: by public lands, John Sartain Charles "'Toppan James S. Wallace sale. e', ,

4 Garden Jane., ol' Invalids and others, being entirely and West by the St. Johns River.AUo. Charles Macaleater. E. H. Butler flenry S.Patterson ; R. T. BOYD.8brrifr.. -.--.... --.. ._.._....._.. "

V :: .- lPf\(1P'Ti) ,built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Folding M. D., Charles G.Leland William D. Lvw.is ."" Tax Assessor; 'ad CoIkctnr,4:

Pod. UfaJM. Office at )ki* Dwelling; JlouseIBri Doors, &c., which renders it Free from 932! acres 3d rate land being in township 13 range Jowph D. $tewartM.D.Edwin R.Opr, / PalatkaJau.. 1st. 1H53. V ,

; I. ,Dampness. .
\ .. : 'DHt..If!*,'fi. &*. Ofoce on St.george Street, on Piozzii Promenade '!'woHundrttA West by the River Ht. Johns and .East public lands. James L. Clashorn. 7'u CdlecJ.ur'a & ... "'it'
V V-V I V few,doorJNorth of the Court House.DRUGGIST. Feet.Protection from Rains Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day olasle. ( RTp Y Tjnaf'of the power Tested is me .J''i. I
V ',Colij Every member for the Tear up shall for ,
: :" > : V I5.K expose sale before the Cmn !-
V .Ur PC.2yl9tr! *. Chemist s.nd DrsjgestChflrJoite: Wiudtjjiic., forming a desirable RETREAT from R. T. BOYD, sheriff and ex-off. 'Will rec..lYc.for each Subscription of Five DULL a; Palatka, on the first Monday ofr Ja1iafU. '"
V confinement at all seasons of the year.- I a print'of 0 lowing l .da "' ..
plreet.Vr J Jt V I Tax Assessor and Collector P. c.Palatka dt'll'ribt'd.property or o ineca t ia ROt
t'I; The House !s, situated 'facing South in central : Jan. Iii, I53.V HUNTINGTON'S "CHRISTIANA AND HER pay the state and county uses sad the DecttIft II".,
". : \ 14rXIS.: position, and retired from other Dwellin !
S B 'Jf,4.. C...7flleJJof'I 'I V-ftl'V .? ,..ArfllcryLaae. t- The House contains 45 Rooms. with additional Tux:Collector'. Sale, Engraved JOSEPH ANDREWS, Bottom, 150 acres 3J rile Iad.grnt, to W.

;V i I I Parlours Dining, Selling Hoonw.and conveniences t virtue of the power vested in me by law I AND THE COMPANION, double taxed and advrrtised for opay 1rWa "
V d.',4. l'W ew:' A .orfley ndaeflor: ,ip general For Accommodation cannot expense for sale before the Court House in 'A print offluatingion's "1IlSRC 8 DRE.f.V.\ i for the year 852,lying in township I 13 n", _... "

at IAl Jlice. Picolafei .. V, VVGcp / be surpassed.The Valatka.on the first Monday of July next the follow- Engravedy AH. RITCHIE. New York, bounded, North and But by B. Ihdul"t"'" '
fJ ff ."lf **- Attorney and C/wseuor/ well earned Reputation this House lug described property or so much,thereof as will pay Or the choice of any two of the fo lowing. South and Wept by the River 8t. Juant; ....

V ,...\w r9J .t;.. ,PfJ..: ; J .. '... .!hw!. fjrpm'! Vea'r tu'Year,,acquired i ,.i it. .i.lt be_th4Aijj the state and...county' taxes and necessary expenses due : Four Splendid 'Ciigravlugs, Unless; taxes aad xpeaaea arc .IIIJtI"; SII
: 'f" '. .. V
thereon,10 wit.3011 ; V sate t. < .. r.
4jiw .. L. .' II.s.' ':. .i.: .. ,;.1t. .. I l'9pr'.e ,6:1: ra. ; jaini 10 niiwiiu, ana V via : '
;. .". .,' r lb. C CES' I( fuj'tbe liberal PdUonoge: heretuforej, she returns V. -: acfe-Whal. lw and the otherhalfSdrafp 1.-Ja. Ksoxa! 1IumWli..J"tSocmiPf. ,. MxIf&azr '. ,,- ."- ::':! -ft'9lD".. mil:1Il'.

P.11 Oft Lfl7flC 43dt, ;,-P0$& 1 r- heIb,,anks. ., V, V ,. land 'douMe J >> taxed granted to tb *.B'ein'ot William .e L1I.: ItIIi1i .?. :. I'T.; ..
V face in jbe Ccff, rt How .t I A- .. ,' %' The Table will be supplied wjih, choice Paotom and advertised for nonpayment ot taxea forth 2,-R1mI DD 80.11,Painted ly Sotkervut,&$.T..',dh t p., ,to.:. ,J"II..f 1 .fgAO- ."

ftturtfi West Bur- Game, QYbters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks. Venison, year !852,bf'ingleCjcD 37 39 and,40,private surveysin Sartoi : '
.VsCTor ) Qflee.oho IreeLcorepf: pu Artillery, Turkeys and $hell Tisn, which ut this time i ,township 9 range 25 and ,2S,.and bounded North 3.-WEKCT'S DuoPai.td"Hu *"...,Eaed ,,.*- 2Jr.t\( f. &, >V .

eyorQencraofl "q.pi $} c our Rivers pnd Forests abound. Two \or by public lands and a grant Thomas Forbes Heirs V '.., iy Ritchie B Yvirtu'" of the power vested la ar fe* k 1
Ine and lanital Stree: the South I.Dd..oD the East by public CUISTIARA. Cmi.o Hunting shall 'for safe before *
V T. Nods JJegUier of flablic Haters& sporting exclusively fur this on .by public AMD HE* E5Painirf, expose the Cwrt Haatrb i
V ;:" Lands Lma4.-A.-gffice 4a jije Court House., ? more House. land and grant of the Heirs Thomaa Forbes and on ton, Engraved by,Andrew. Pilatka, on the first Monday of July Bear, t" .....

Thb. t. i! 8Jce Court Ponies Guns the \Vst by public lands. Andacopyofihe ? ing described property or sontncbli&gcgf L._ Itip7
11111. Receiver R. Jp. Hores, Carriages, Fishing Unless before of
'j I tu and expenses are paid day the state and taxes and
Philadelphia Art Union county
Reporter necessary u
10". V : I. Tackles ,punt:. for Excursion,&c. .
;, I IrdiqI, Prylale.. (C. pbreJ.l.adce. ,)office V Verv Respectfully, Si R T BOYD.shtnffand ex-off A monthly pamphlet t.containing a report of,the transactions due thereon, to wit.
atheCourtliouse.V \ PROPRIETRESS.Pf. of the Institution and information on the 45T Icre.3d rate land, granted C. W. Clarke

I. S Feltr Q.:Vtfv $. Clerk' :Circuit Court, otfte InV llax tat 1853.Assessor and Collector r c subject of the Fine Arts, double taxed and advertised rOt nonpayment sf i|]

,. phe Court House. B.-It it the wish of the Pro- P"latka.JIDuary THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD. or the yeai 1852 being in township IJ na.r. IT

: 0 tfc/sel ft.pawva, Sherifland! Tax to1e torof-. that the Servants attached Tax Collector' Sale. 00 bounded North East and West by public lath a.
jfltheCcQItIIone. V I i pretreN The Art Union of Philadelphia awards prizes in South by the River St. John.. .
:i V face' Collector: if CrI',..... V Paul) Arnau, offi. e% in to the House should. be civil, attentive. BY virtu of the power vested in me by law I its own Car ':cllt' with which original American Unless taxes and expenses are'patf! be&r i.* J
and obI1IafZ.A the Court Howe intalatka
for sale Before '
( 1. i I Charlotte street at his residence near the store of A. expose works of Art may bt"purchased in any pirtofiheU.States sale.
the first Monday of July next the following
VV on R. T. "
i V 0. tVrpU.htpeetor. thereof at the option and selection: of theptiaon who BOYD.shoriffaad tx-sf.
V of c..,..,. Jamei: ,A. Micier.V | MAGAZINE OF PURE MORALS. described property or so much as will pity may obtain a prize at theAnnual Tax Allt'IIOUDd c.OUftlfl'.C.' '

..j- tMto-- 4ff--..-*oL Judge Brf; 8. Court NorthuDJiatncf the state and county taxes and necessary expenses due Distribution, Palatka. January 1st.1853.

V V ofFlorida. office in ;he Court,House.C.X'.frirk V I PETERSON'S' r." thereontowiL I iVAicA takes place on the tirening of the last week
V V .b. 'Cferk U. .3. Court office tofhe 304 acres 3d rate land\Double taxed granted to John di'qincrery Year. ., S 7'oj Collectors &!e.V .

V Cpurt House. V V ), CT:: The Bat and Cheapest Ladies' $Magazine. l\fiddll'ton. being section 40, private surveys in township THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; OF THE virtue of the vested ia
power me law I
V V V Qiptty dlertfal' Qrpre L. Zehubaur, office InV A ft'EW VOLUME of this popular periodical) will B: range V 27, and bounded on all sides by public ART UNION,' BY expose tor sale before the Court! by Ue i ia

y V *hr Court House.j V commence with the Januat, number for 1853. which lands. V When so requestet.select works ofArt,without filaika.on the first,Monday of .
charge July Qcx,toe fUow.in2
1 f : j JUSTICES, ; OF THE PE4ipE.V; will be ready by the lit of December,and will be te Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of or compensation, from their described property or so much thereof as wiU

r' t Ret jnj.pjakhm. -Qfitce ft. his residence South matt superb ever Jlu6I /ud. V % sale. FREE CALLER the sad !
r i .V VVV V : R. T. BOYD.hf'riff' 'ex off, 210 CHESNUT STREET, pay state County taxes and aecessaay ex
The only Original magazine. vor those in the who live jenses due thereon too wit.. V
V V Tax Assessor and Collector persona country may
p c
Q.HtunpbW; tf otary PubJjp; --pffjpe ip fhp Ppurt
4 IOUC'l. f I ; This is now the only Magazine that gives original PalatkaJanuary let 1853. \ from Galleries or public: exhibitions of the ?I060 acres 3d rate IaadgraaIedtQpc ., t*
r "' articles exclusively: Mrs. Ann d. Stephens theed- Fiue Arts. ard.doublr taxed and advertised tor aonpayaeat i

V f I CITT OFFJPER3.; itor, and all the best American writers are' regular Tax Collector'* Sale.EY taxes for-the year 1352. being in township nai

: .! ,.r.-1-Q94 Iiu'pAreyc.V contributors. More thrilling ,stones, tales and novels virtue of the power' vested in me by law J Subscriptions<< of membership $5, Ibid be oiade, 26 bounded North South and West '.., piIIIJIDIIs

V L.truuc,4adr.u1. VV \ have appeared in this periodical, in the last truyears .uD shall expose for sale before the Court House aMellonrille as early as pratticable .0'as to members of, East by the Ri '." .4 ", I than in all tke other together. The tone early numbers ofth 'Reporter" whic will before' Unless taxes and '
V 4Idrme V put on the Jet Monday of July 1853. the following expenses are paid.adore day
... L' .ie Jrtliei' ,.. :t ,. ;is that of the. highest moral purity,so fhat every family described property or so much thereof aa wir warded upon the receipt of the. money, to any part ale .
r.t"l"JII''I: J ) where there daughters should hnve it Receipts '' of* the country. V R. T. BOYD .heriff and
are pay the State and county taxes and the necessary expeusis n-cf.: .,
Clerk ,
0 the Gouocfl of the City c.'vil. A."S Q Pacet.y, Qffice" : patterns fo,embroidery,auo1 everything useful due thereon to,vit: The Honorary Secrrt.iries will give receipts foi Tax Assessor and Collector r..r.)
I 0t rpoin; Vjj VV to the sex appear, rnonthly. i subscriptions,or reiniuancp/mav be made to Palatka.January 1st. 1853.
ctjcr. 'f1 _a.. Cljrt.tie:l'/nlt'' f, John. I :QOOO acres of land situated near Hawe Creek GEORGF W.DEWEY V .
V ,4.DdmJfj "* '*':'' Colored Fashion.* here Only. belonging to tbr Estate of George Atkinson. aCorre'ponding Tax V
Secretary Collectors Salt_
V I ttQST: WAaDs ". MO other Magazine now gir es colored steel 1 fashion Unite taxea and exp uea are paid before day of .
j I aiOChesnut
V plates as this does.- Foil letter-press descriptions ac- sale. ,ELIJAH WATSON, Street Philadelphia.STABILITY B virtue of the power vested la ne by hi
I ,. Pt f!, ''''trCbrl" Hge' ].,: S.. PomrtK V .
---- --- shall
expose for sal before Ihe C Court |h
company each monthly plate. This is, in fact, fhe Sheriffand Tax Collector o.c. '
V V .f \:,, t ,4V 7ONIIR.; ; te:,.boo jf fashion_ and fodiapenaable to all who Enterprise Orange County Dec. 25, 12. in Pilatka, on the first Monday of July, next, '
would kqogr O'f f tp dress elegantly,yet economically: following described property or aa much thereof>>

,i V V ...<*eoTpenterFff, -f: 1. ." Ferreiraand. J. ,A. fitr}'cba.PrlSj : It eaglet every bfdj to N her '0.. drettj aktr.riluffnlficeut Tax Colledur's Sale. THE iHUTUAL, LIFE INSURANCE. : will pay the state and county texea and access.] I

: vrtue ofthe vested in bylaw Iha1l 4051= PAWY V expenses due ,thereon, to wit.
me ,
: ;*|.:< 4 ., n' 'MERCHANTS., IScxzotlit unit power
:. : ; other IHBrayiug BY expose for sale before the
V \\ .fm.4tte. QetltVm i titanle ,oi' .v*oei. Dry; The V rnezipthats and fteel et>,,.vl*f*. .n *f wlit& li, palatla,on the first Monday of July next..th-,(ollowdescribed '! I mTETAcc-mcIatrd .Fond;:Nor,tat 1849.$900.. doablrtaxrd. ..4 advertised for. a iupaym tj
: Goods,c rae, of core and I'ico.lata<.< streets, AtFr'I at least appear h erery number, are ,unrivalled for propertyor so much.thereof as will psyche ; i i QUO,.eenrtly invested Bonds" ami Montacet taxes_ fcrjlw 7CVj$4 bin*' iiihni4tLaM
'R q
:.t"re In state and county taxea. and the necessary expense due on real estate in this city and Brooklyn and'stocks'nl' South hair o 4000 aerv tract lJ lI.T4. te-nuW:
; ; be4IU, illutraupni, U well u reading matter I
DR St. Howk-rCorner of St. .George New York and United 37. The whole-
iafyne the
I and VV ioderd, this Magazine is without 'an equ&K; In fact, iberrpn to wit. & State and City range tract b bounded wail Ji
V i public lands.
Hfates by
"Treasury Laije.J' V tAil it the only iUuitrqted Magazine in the equatry 103 acres third rate 'land, granted to II. S. DI': Government.
V B arr,,, E."Can. WhoUsale and Retail, Dealer UnlcM UalC.IDd before
V fat hat double taxed and adveitieMrd for u'tUtl Thin fund is rapidly increasing by a widely ezten.ued expenses are paid daf
t ftwt which steadily increaicdjn cir vlation every !irr, nonpnymtui
V i quality Family Groceries of ail! kind., LiaiOTa'Sw4 and business. sale.
: >
"ewbleb how superior i if is.. for the lB5i, being in township 12 prosperous
year ; range
I Nq 9 East aide Charlotte 'afreet North proves V R. '. .
The Company declared dividend ol profits of fif BOYD, shrriifand fX'OS
{ 26, bounded North East and West by public! laudlJJd '
TermCheapest of All.
1 1..1 PaPLh.sqtuarj. IV the 31st Tux Aksrssor aud Collector ,
ty-two percent on 'existing policies vu r
South thr Johns.Unless .
: 1 Vt9Tt\rt'\: UeoJkr and Fancy Dry One for 9 dollars for three by Rivr tfl. Palatka
I ) fn.Staple copy one year, ; ppiedollars and before day ofale. t of January 1848. January 1st. 1853.. ,
!V : I I. oods, y.st Jde or CfafcrteH street, a few doors. ; for, five copies 7 dollars and fifty pent* ; I taxes V expenses are paid All the Profits arc divided among

f Qth.t of Treasury J.4'!; .1 i iith for eight copies 10 dollars ; for sixteen ,copies: $U dol" h .. R. T. BOYD. Sheriffand ex officio the Insured. .. Tax LUlccturtM sale. V V
1 :;3f: ip.ienra* Wholesale and Retail dealer lars. The in .
and Collector J premiums parable hTannuallyfsem- y virtue of the power vesieJ in m by la.t
1'1 '', Assessor r. c.
I : iitDryGoodianc) o e riea. Grocery spre on the PRMIUMS FOR CLUBS.-To added the >
geirsing interest
r rq i repay pmpns I8A3. annually, pr quarterly being on shall rxuone for rale before the Court $ll'iuti
V I V Irrunnd floor of the City Hotel$-'Dry Goods Store, I up Clubs the following plendid Preuijuuis will Palatka January }'ttJ, fieferred paymenta. I'ilaika, on the first MouJay of July next the1 U.

-Charlotte I street Howard's, Bqilhing.V .' be given:-For a club of three or five, a premium 'I'ax Collector' The cash principle adopted by this Company secures lowing dtrscribrd property or so much rl'Or..1

I 'Mittsi 1 S. If If. /f.I&A. Deilers in Fancy plate, 16 by 24 inches-a magnificent ofTer. For a sale'V' to the parties for whose benefit the insurancesare ,pay the state suit CuuDtllzea and u ce*' tl
) virtue of'the ry
poods. 6zc. opposite the planters Hotel on Kist club of eigbta copy of the Magazine for( IP53.:' For BY power effected the whole of the advantages" without prune due thereon, to wit.
foi sale before the Court House
fide of Charlotte atreet. i/ V a club of sixteen an extra copy for 1853, and a premium i expose: iq>I subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumula '.
--- PaUtkaou the first of July the following A piece of land in the Town of Palatkakn.sq
Monday next
Pedro B.n '. Dealer G.rpceries, Provisions,&.c. plate in addition. \' ted premium Dotes.
V V described or so much hereofas wijl' pay designated on the of raid Towc Block Jk
foraer of Cnna. and. St. George street. Addressed post-paid toCHARLES property Personemitr effect insurance! on their own lives map as
V F. .[, Qefycy! tyatch maker and Jeweler, on V J. PF.TFRSON the state and county taxes and! necessary expenses due qnd the lives of othl'.... A married woman can inJure 43 South* bounded East by 3d street West by 3d sort, .

V George*:;eet. pearly ppposfe|, office pf Dr. Peck. No 98 Chestnut Street Philadelphia.. thereuuto wit the life of her husband,the benefits of hich are by, maina'reet.and North oy madison street*** .
?kq. ffeUjM. Retailer qf Boots, Shoes ,Csps '700 acres 3d rate ]apd granted to the Heirs of r secured! by law for the exclusive use of herself or children. V I lKM-d b be owned by Vaodenburg Giles &Uoftfs.

.Hats fad'; Dry floods, east side of Cbarlottee street TO L/iKGE PLANTERS.! Thomas Filch! and advertised ,for nonpayment of taxes .Unless* iea and expanses are paid before Plot

VV. corner of Charlotte) atreetaod, Treasury Lane. Valnable Tracts of Laud for Sale. for the year 1852 being section 42 of private surveys Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries sale. '
V ; 4X wr ,HE subscriber ot the several
as Agent
owners I AMesM and CollcctcrV
V V >earfhe Fort. 'I Michael Croby'.grantSouthby the Ocklawaha Riv-
: II their beaecured .
offers for sale some of the most valuable landsin I whereby surviving f.uailulUIlY Pahtka, January tat, 1853.: .
V John U.i... Boqt maker, Charlotte street near East Florida, to wit: rr. East by the River St. Johns and Wist by grant of r rom the evils of penury. V V ..
V lh e CIty Hotel.Michael V Michael
.- !fell'np-C4blnet' M.aler' ( Charlotte! 800 acres valuable hammock land, West ofFlem- Unless Crosby.taxes and expenses are paid! before day of Life P.mvWttluplanatury Insurance and illustrating of principles its advantages of Mutual, Tax Collector* a1e.B .
V known the Gibba Lands Marion Co.
ington as jn withV
treetb|ow Tentoerance} Hall. .. forms o.ppliC'atiuD.nUIY be obtained at the V virtue of the power vested in m& byfe I
t I !*"'Il.rlf'Olit? ,..,. 3lack Smith and Gun Smith, the 1100 Gsrey acres Grant.near the Ala! hua Savanna known. as .Ie.'R.. T. BOYD. sheriff and et-off, the Company 35 Wall St., or of any of its agents.01 shall expose for sale before the Court Hworia

pear iha North Gate of fhe City. 1400 Felasco DeifNew.nniUe. Tax Assessor and Collector r. c, V TRUSTEES; tyiatkaon the first Monday of July aext.theIse'
in din Hammock
I -" ,. acres, known u the Lawton Lands. Palatka. Jan. 1st. 185.1. lips B Coins]) David C C ldeD, ing described property or so much thereof M will p.f .
V S..li" Alley. Lisitort and the
!, Refrethmemt, by state and county lazes and
Wm J Alfred necessary ezJtaultdue
V' y. Brl4 r. ChI liqiel.V "'V dondo Several Grant.thousand acres good land ,in the Arre- TUITION. R H lUcCar'Vm Hyslop Belts Edwards thereon to wit. (

"f Philip Gmg. Retailer, Liquors, Refreshnients) 7000 acres on Halifax River South of St. Augustine Tip HE Subscriber at the request of many of his Ered Winston Joseph Blunt. A piece of land in the Town of Palatka!" b..,**

V 4 t' 4 Charlotte' |tree r oppvsite B.rdierfa| : Bowling ,known as the Bulow Plantation having\ 800 JL friends baa been induced to undertake the tui,,' C W Faber Isaac G Pearson designated oif a map or plat of said town as ihf Ntk

: .., .. ", VV V acres of open land suitable forcane and cotton. lion of a limited number of IPupils. He therefore contemplates John P Yelvertoo. Henry Wells, half of Block No. 23. bounded Sooth by the Std

j. ..dtI' STJ.GF -OFC.V And several other bodies of hammock land on opening School on Wednesday the first Theo Sedgwick Win Moore halfol said Block; B.abJ 2d street, Wes( Vf U

V .... navigable waters. \ day of December next at the house recently occupied I Stacy B Collins, 3ebedee Cook, street North by main street, owned by toe.atifl cf
j ", 'Ojtft 'Ik Picckl.V4IcUSScie. BrJi| -"f' Cityfjfonhaide I The titles are undoubted and terms low-.Apply P as a law office by W. A. Forward.Esq., adjoining John H Swift, V Jpn Miller, J. Phillip.. *

\ 'IfI:. 4. V'V to GEO. It. F AIRB.\N KS. the residence of Judge E. B. Gould. V John Wadsworth DarU A Comstock, Unless taxes and expenses are paid before lirsfaie.
I. V He will teach all the Elementary branches,of an S M Cornell. Robert V .
.,.. Feb 28. 1852 V St. AugnstinFlorida.; Shuyler,
V V OJlUnCHf; 4V4 V \ English Education viz.-Spehmg, Reading, Writing GUIlT M Wilkins James Chambers R. T. BOYD iherlffsad rxH r:
< .* 'iri' cArV4. ilonnraen School Book and Arithmetic. "- John V L PruD Joseph Tnckennaa,, Tax Assessor sad Collector r.-c.

I .V V pr--. :' : V j V dhluey. Geography and Atla_... Woodhride) do He will also give instructions in the theory of Surveying Fred Whittlesey, Moses H Grinnell. PalaLka.TauurylszUs53. V V

I V*; Thi4c I CL'y4.eSp ,IMonqment.qt4re.rsV 'l and do,'Peter ,Parleys do, Smiths new Gramntar Navigation and Mensontion.V CbarleaEIy, WmJ Bunker; T. V

'i V: ;::; r :. Oa Mr., C.eprgetrret.: ,'Onep| History of th* United Stales Tauisru Qu.faTu.--For abft Elementary branches I John,C Cruger Eugene Dutilh :Tar Collector'sfialfr' V
I : >V.I I speller and definer, Walker's dictionary, Wei.tet't 86pe'q ,half quarter I In advance. < I f Walter Joy, V ". 'FwAciaStAthrW' *. BY" hnaepf; ticownvesLed Mji| kf

mt41 CI.r,.. IJ Qeorge Fel. -class Iook.gnmshw history Greece.do daof Rome, Surveying &c$3 :extra.' Alfred., Pell. V V J 0;O-Tnatcher <' expose for ak njkVCoAri

:- !IrL. I'4fI'4 l la10Ufe, .. ... do do of United.filates.english reader pictorial spelling l- Surveying, separately pet quarter $6. 00 JOSEPH B. COLLINS Pt idtDI. Palatka.oa the first M0n4I!J3jr Pftfl*

'$ > -" book do primmer do reader school reader, di- Hours oftuilion from 9 to 2 O'clock.V ISAAC Assays Secretary.: lag described property or .thmoa.. ,wffl 1sf

TF: .US pP COUREASTER; li'CJJ pVIT' bolls Arithmetic, slates, lead pencils, .letter paper, V jAMESM. GOULD. Jossra BLCST, Counsellor. the state,and county ta.teliH necessan CiPeUIe1J5*

r ; OF FLQRIDA.Ferlhe ". wa% quiils, steel pens note paper, toy books tfc. Nov.2O,152.V, G. R, FAIUASKS, Agent S,..Angnstiao Fla. thereon, to wit.

V ant" TUJI. B. t:. CARR., qlGth* V 3940 acres 3d rate land 1",1. tovsflbt. .

; I .. t Counties. 0(0"9"a'Del81. Lode, !t& Mel- March 26th, 1853.'BOOK. V QUICK SALES AND SHALL CI1ARLESTOX rango 28 bounded North by public lands gouta asi '

: : ,* 4' ," vilLe. on tips first Tuesday \'in April. PROFITS AND FLORIDA V East: by the River fit. Johns and. West by tie hae*'
; V For the county Putnam,at Pilatka,third TuesdayM 1OOO 8, ,MAIL STEAMERS, viding Marion and Putnam Coaar,.

V V -( |"April. V TO SELL PICTORIA. AND OTHER USEFUL The Subscribers now 'receiving direct CAROLINA AND FLORIDA Unless taxes and expenses are paid before JT'1

V V' '. For,the ccqtyoMaIqqat Ocala,fourth Monday >VOR S FOR THE YEAR 1853. New York a lance full and complete sale. S C
V pf4p4Ie \ V 91,000 DOLLARS A YEAR! stock of Fashionable,FALL and WINTER GOODS Through to Palatka in 34 to 30 /fours. R T BOYD. Sheriffaad exoff.i ;
For. *< t' S i -- I comprising in part .1l__ u_ __ ...,,______..
4 V } county oLt\lacbll& at Newnansville The CAROLINA
_V in every county of the United will ax: Assessor ana vsuesnw. *
- ,)0,.' "V 1'fflJ57VMIT. < WANTED active and enterprising ml'n. to engage Dry Goods Groceries, Hardware, .. leave CHARLESTON very .January lit, 1853.
I ,4g 1 .', For,the cpnatf of Cqlnmbla, at Alligator, on:theccch4 in the sale of some of the best Books In the Crockery,Read,-made Clothlue,' Saturday at 3 P. M. Re- -

- .Q4a, of Mar, courtry. To men of good address, posseting a Bouts, Shoe*, Dab and Caps, turnbg.will leave PALATKAeveryMonday.7A.M.PlCOLTAt10A.M. ., Admiaistra; JfoUcc.: .
V *.. f:. .*4r tbe eo .ty ofNsssaa.at N..a C. H., OD the small capita) of from $35 to 8100,such inducements Yankee Notions&c., ., 11 persona having jur. claims of a\y eacrlpoI

rDV Wadaesday' before the fourth. Monday ia May. will be offered 'as to enable them tq make from 83 And in (fact every thing usually found ia ancf KaONVILLE Tuesday, 4 o'clock. A. M. 4 tion against the estate of hitip B. Yqt;

I -, For the. ctnnty of DuviI l I..at Jacksonville, oa the to $5 a'day profit. V Store,all of which will be be sold for Cash a at country aston The FLORIDA will leave CHARLESTON every deceased, are hereby called npoo to preseat ike "
1\ ", .fourth Mqi4syofMay,, The Books ishingly low Tueday' at 3 P. M- Returning will leave PA- authenticated Bodersifse*.
- : the of CT published by ns are all useful j in prices aa we feel confident we'can offer without delay.duly to tae !
:. ,. be&c4qoA.yIn2une For) c uaiv tit. lou"IJ, 8f. Augustine on ; their character extremely popular<
| .,.f4 Urge sales wherever they are P t'n-d. this market. Give us a call! and satisfy yourselves. 10 o'clock A. M. ; JACKSONVILLE, Friday 4 will'be forever barred.ANDREW '
TAU.TEULef For further particulars address (postage paid). We would also invite the attention of the Laciea to o'clockAM. YONGE. Ad siailUaW.81.AulllltiDeAptil2Jd.ltSS3 .

4 [.,..' ..'9T:' d1.1 'ctqql'I Orange and St. Locie, third \ ROBERT Ng4 $... PVBLJSHE&, our Stock of V These Steamers connect with all the Interior S.b

V 1,V:yrsdaY. befs J Ie ;st 'Monday in :>Nov noer, 181 WilliamSlltet"New York. DRESS GOODS Stages of East Florida, and connect both ways withthe -
.v. February sib ;853. New York Steamships Carolina Railroads; and statIonary*
i .V 'e$4t.w7eJ7# Consisting of de i
4 ; tj \sq.,'Jl, P>fn'JpC'\ fgtaam, PIlattthm; V Laines.'Poplins printed muslims;Al the Wilmington Boats x by Brig Trenont a Q .ar
- lut Received I pacas, Ginghams, engUsh and RECEIVED
T :.Vs 'Jt.flefore ths |Jltj| Monday of November.Fef JUST : by the Carolina.hams,corn,oats I V american prints ore. Passage from Charlatan to. Jacksonville, $8.- ot primer Stationary*,.t tftIJ yarir1T
V lead linseed oil,turpentine<< ,nail molasses, UBL'NGAM HOWK., PmlaU .*J Pal.th, $10. nd sale.
jfre eoenty of 8 John's pa the Feb. I description isr a,
V first MondayThnraday 1853-
S'. syrup honey,sugars,pork baeon.hanu,beef,cheese For further particulars apply to ZJ.\SfIA
V i. tI 7' crackers, bread, floor soap candles, starch! indigo, > 1. 7{. CALDWELL.'Charleston. V "
tI O!.N1f'I1If bef e the 1RAMBERRES| Dried
I .. : fXl.X : almonds J Apple Fulton Market AH..rAT
,I rasioas. ,currants citron BELLECHASSF TePI&
-.It '1'{ f vI 1t-a. csuza,spices, J Beef an* hams Dried & FlNEGAN,.JI IODT'e. Billiard Table aad
Beef Bacon '
I pepper tobacco segan.snuff and leaf brooms\ ,'tubs cheese crackers ehojce ;Pork.Lard' H.k R; REID Palatka. feb 26 the Magnolia Jetreat, op a thttisgh0 ...

I : \t .; : .r_ I' I IV washboards pails, baskets fiabjines! : .mats boxes, buckwheat rice, familyflour.graha enck ; I : f V and Evening. V f.
&e. gejine. qrp. starch choice Razors .
V Brushes &
B. teas &c.
.. rdialf, Rose Waur.Ftg Past.. )1rcliI2t, -V .' wIne, of&c., < Nor 89 no48tf I..MIlAND.-
IlL I ----L .'B.Y' t.! Tudelible Ink with
,. t/T."mon & Peppermint, ". V P.-E. preparation, .Wad &
.....r I'J'..;. .--, I.einnainon.; giBfer.aagt.ihym rNIAMARTNDS Fig Paste,PnUa t.Bitten Choice flarckl2th.V CARL: .1, Butcher Wamnted Razors. set ready for lee, Assorted -. Q tone Lime forwhiu: wsihiog, vtry I

L a V sotmej, pctek.ytan; .powders,mustard, borstB.E.CARR. {... -"Begin Tobacco French Cordials, Almonds; brushes Cutlery,boxes Sciaaors Aecordeooa.:'*haViiig soap, IS also White wash Brashes' ,Co. .!..dJt"pa1a ,1JC11m.

---- 1 pii6,pieLis caper. &c:. ekory N "|, Ale, Porter Cider, Wiees Brandy 8cc.V 'UblIc ltIeetloPt-friTiJe !toomsqftig ringt, atrapa.combs.hajrbmahe ,steel| key .Copperas,Glue,&cV .
; tweezers cork
( I AI. .a Rooms for tempo" screws,patent clan ink Hands April30th; 1853I' .. ..tII "CB.t1e
.. .. B.E.'CARR. readiness parpq.u. always iD L assorted steel 6th lines twine.A I ,. I J ; [
i: .be pea, hook
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