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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 18, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00139

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S AS s' erti f fneac* njaaisbe lil for before ; rious. A Captain Ross, formerly of the; East my jjrasp, and ran quickly) and fearfully away. respectable, inhabitants, if the small,island of. I :'Y o t:,;; CTi hai1 J-g-I' t iA forte r k discard envydnulice /'*' ,

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F teHHt the regaiaite mm may be a.cerIiHW .' Before Borneo was given up,to the Dutch, he ; half niyquantity-and I pursued him up a street was brought t a prisoner, to the capital" town pillow charity with all mankind. Let not your : 1 1i '

|| nhted with the advertisement was governor of it?'and whfy there, he 'advisedtho But ho was three fleeter; and I should hare lost of Rhodes, tried, and condemned to death. The i wants outrun your means. Whatever difficulties r

|JP Aifrrtminnttf not marked! with the nwn English Government to allow him to build a him, ''had I not made a sudden ,turn and come sentence was: confirmed by the Government at : you have-to encounter be not perplexed, but -; 'f'fi I

,ft retquhedwill .becontinued, until sloop of war, as F thefro was such magnificent. tim : upon him in a forsaken alley, where I supposedthe I Constantinople, as the regulations require. On i only think what it is right to cfo'in sight of Him/ ,!,

fd bjrfrd tor. ber. poor'thing dwelt I seized him by the col- ,. the day appointed for the execution, Askiti was : who sceth all things, an bear without,! *repining' : ,t

""' 10 y rand Credtors. t $7 o0' "She was lannch'only ,the day before the island lar. lIe was small and he trembled under m y brought to the palace, and found himself standingin the result When your meals are solitary, let* t : ,i

.a-d..a forLfltCTaof Adminiitraiion, -5 00 was given but the Dutch allowed him the presence of 'the wife and the nearest rela-
up ; to gripe: but still he held l his own, and only wrap ". your thoughts be cheerful; when they are social f (

., .n reh.,.. ndRcea will be l iMertrd gratui- finish her. an"the English Government then made: ped his dook the closer round his property. tion of the man he had murdered. The Pasha i which is better, avoid disputes or serious arguments r 1' ;
then asked the wife and the relations whether j'
..,. a present of hen to Captain' Ross as a reward for '
"l'inoI quitro tino! said I, 'give me rino/ i or unpleasant topics. tfunquiet meals, ,
l if All bill for Job Printing, mail be paid his they would spare the'life of the guilty man, to '
on services lie cruised about in her for many ".1 d4 nada ttngoT he repeated.I says Shakespeare, 'make ill digestions; and the t "
)'the woke, .eI7 and it re-discovered these Islands which, according to Turkish law, is still in the "
years, as were, had is .
already drawn my bayonet I am contrary produced by easy conversation, s.. l
AM Ifttfl'l-n' 'altom, and ct+,nmnnicationaMt known power of the aggrieved relatives. They answered ,j
for they had been 1 to exist ,
though never ashamed, sir, to say, that we used to do that to pleasant project, welcome news, or a lively com- 1 .
be ton rats to receive attention unanimously that they required 'blood for blood.. .M t
: visited. Ho tookj fancy to them, -wrote' [ hometo terrify the poor wretches, and make them the ,panion. I advise wives not to entertain theirhusband. I

.1;,.IJ. 7 J 11 England, and brought the whole of his family. sooner give us their liquor. As I held him by Without further delay, therefore, the Governor ., with domestic grievances about .children ,

_ .., !t :"t r-j)'; rl r: ;. The English: Government refusing protection, he the collar with one hand_ I pointed the bayonet caused the .criminal td be led to the quay of the or servants nor ask for money nor produce"- Y. [i }i
.. in of all the the widow and '
., .. .. ,\....."';r--.. .. placed himself under that of the Dutch, and got at his breast with the other, and I again cried, city, presence people,1 unpaid bills, nor propound unseasonable questions I ::1
relatives of deceased him. The officers
EGOTISM.That five hundred Malay slave, whom 1 he 1 liberated "JPino!" following ;' and I advise husbands to keep the, cares,. : :i',
in charge then put into the hands of the relatives '
upon arriving in the islands, and formed a settlement "J7/J0 no tengo!-nino, nio ,/"-and he 1 and vexations of tie world, to themselves, to bo l it
: 11 ,cwt, eomp1lctnt, dl"ui!lt1e" min, there. I the fatal,knife which was to be used on the'
| spoke the words with such a look, a truth'' and communicative of whatever is comfortable, and t S f.I ,
heaven *f tb..e uce* Ppl'clll care. "His ship was lost on a'voyage to Batavia, and earnestness occasion. They'received it and unhesitatingly cheerful and 0 fl.
that had
I not fancied I could trace passed it over to the executioner,. declaring by amusing. .
Ortwems" from impartial plan ,
ho was without haviftg ant intercourse .. .
many years through the folds of his cloak the of
-r. the lot a better share.r very; shape a the formality that they accepted the responsibility WHAT LIFE? It is bed and ;
dye with is going to becoming :
: the w rId ; but being nearly starved small wine-skin, I should,have believed him. to the deed justice which was about to take .,,, r ,,'
for the islands little than cocoanut insensible as a log for eight hours. It U then' ti.:
1'erM! kbo nand tnilliint moreJV produce more "Lyingrascal!1" said I "so ,
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pl ce. In a few seconds, the blade, with the force : out in the and "How
Y ahowrra descend die unbram' smite, trees-ho built a schooner, making the ropes of the liquor Then the dry earth shall drink iU"! fell coming morning saving d'ye ,;
of the bended neck of As-
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J a strong arm, upon ,
cocoanut fibre and the sails of the do ? and "Good morniag, to a score or two of t+
continental shore the thick bark
XN each -., and I struck the point of my bayonet deep into kiti and his head rolled the pavement at the
Ule.hrotg that Vs round the tree below upon people, if you happen to be somebody : if not;you' i 'F
R Eaeb lenelr,Ka .equeftrre4 cocpanut just the that which lie was hugging to l his breastOh first blow. It is more than twenty .since
years
walk and ruminate t
can quietly along on 'J
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wait just Railing a
$ roster far the Aoup which, raw, ,' into the island an from her he obtained canvas put, sir,' it was not wine that trickled downit the people of Rhodes had witnessed a similar exceution. breakfast of tea and toast ; for if you want to have -. I t

..Du-.nb. rink downed her primal dar was blood, warm blood!-and a piteous wail /
and went to Bata ia, since which time ho:has tray .. any hold on life you must not take coffee. Then / 1
.!'WKici flitted through the ptiea of awe, \ went like a dull across my'heart! The poor Hdw to Fill a Church. you buy mutton and turnips, that is easy and. /
ded regularly their selling cocoanut oil of which / f
1* all! the ajm part away he makes uantities, having Spaniard opened his cloak; he pointed to hiswounded I was sitting at a public tablein the city of agreeable, enough ; the trouble is to come when / :
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child ; and his wild, eye asked me plainer Boston where I IC to ba stranger you arc obliged to eat them. Rut let it be supposed ,
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\\o Dottdfffli! thyadff the Important one 1 of ten horse power to bruise aid press the nut. ; supposed y i
,,: .badow before '" than words could have done, "ilonsicr are you to, the, ccpnany.. A gentleman opposite to that yougct: through fortunately last.
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gone .. ., "About the si::th day from the Tava Head, we i
i"ftT". .Kit at*',1r1**; 1..71'ionf'; ,*
The earth and akira need stand no more. to the water's edge with trees. There are aboutthcntyfour I was sobered fu a 'moment. ,'1 fell'upon'day t 1 f a1ntd"n 1oti. tlt'me:.r.w.r.M'1. 'yQu. may.. have spoilt several sheets "of white .

knees beside the infant, and I tried to ,staunchthe "I understand, Sir, you have opened a new paper, added nnvenl 1 c l 'i 'i'rftg .
the less than
die of t em, largest a mile e-
1 .II Thm riBip'j spend fleeting Sear, blood. Yes, the poor fellow understood the place of worship in this city." Assent was nod repeated from memory'such, words as Napoleon,
That bear the toward the waiting gloom. round; they ar? in a circle reefs joining them ,
truth; he saw, and accepted my anguish! ; ded. VYou have a large place of worship j Cuba, the Pacific an Broadway Railroad just as i'
Content to hare, with alt thy peer, and forming a magnificent lagoon: to which thereis
l andre joined in our efforts: to save: that little suppose it will scat between ,two and three thousand you did yesterday and will do again to-morrow.
The common hope beyond the lomb only one entrance. I went Onshore ,early ,in
.. anchored victim. Oh! it was too late I people." Another ,assent. How large is After dinner you take up an evening: journal 1, f r rr
r"} the morning afl r we and pulled about i
.d I society ? About one hundred and fifty.- but cannot get any more than in the morning,beyond "
The your
I .- Children. three miles up i lie lagoon to the setUcm ntso- little boy had fastened his small clammy ;
1 How[ many hearers ? Perhaps a thousand. the stoc sales, and one or two advertise
*I IiToll' suffer. read these books saidtpHieMphktl The chief amusement appears to be sailing boats, hands around a finger of each of us. lIe lookedat
Ito ,
t-- ; like thousand still ments. When it dark take a'tuI'Il
alternately Scats, then, for something two grows you or
rationalist there immense numbers us and seemed to ask, alike from -
= one day an he entered of which uro and,managed -
., his murderer that empty !10 Well, sir, I am not much of saint my 1 two across the parlor, in one of which you get a, t the Bttrsoryt of his own children, and saw the beautifully) counted nearly thirty as we help which it was beyond the
self but I can tell preachers are hot out of iho window and if the stars of moon .
peep
t"
; you your ,
\ eteryliftfedt ail the Bean Stalk lying on the pulled up, sailing! away to the different glands to power of one of earth to give. The changes in
wise after your generation.. I can tell you, sir, arc shining, say "beautiful evening if they are ", Ii t'
the child's
countenance showed that it had
tale;;: MOb, pil it is so beautiful" said little pick up nuts. poor f.E '
j I it had few minutes as a business man, how to fill up that immense invisible, why then'thewonl.'l are, "likely be r
to live. Sometimes it
!)>&' "So Ufa indeed, said little Mary "Oh, "Captain Ito fI is a strange, guant-lookingman; lay :
of weather. this
house, in less than five Sundays, so that there change Upon you go .to bed P
I the last
int take lit I like to read it said so still thought pang was over ; whena
Robinson
. Its, away so he and his sons resemble rusoe.T .- 1
will not be a standing place for the most curious I again., :
its :WBhelmme. ":io dear children' alight convulsion would agitate its frame, and
my said"tfeefllfeer live: in wooden houses, :raised abtut ten
:
icy and persevering. The man looked up with all We ,do not recollect.any thing else material in. Y
of its little hands ,
;"1 dot PC approve of such things.we .- feet from the ground and are as roughas a momentary pressure would wisdom At I asked I 1 I ;
on piles his worldly me. length the life of a comfortable. man ; of course,,itliewishes ..
"" not true; and they are absurd. TheyliyMttobolicTe you can wel im! inl". They have books, and give the gasping father a short, value ray of how it could be done. Well, sir, said the man. to enjoy. himself, he docs not go to parties,

what I*impossible, and what C Ross has read i is wonderful hope. do S
,1 I the quantity pt. You must say something or 'something theatres, nor lectures ; they arc tho three strands
ftfI fIG1 a tan understand. "I understand it,' I He has been .t \'cnt-slX years in the :i ta.nds.- You may believe, sir, that an old soldier, who which the multitude would like to listen. Com of the chord which strangle peace of mind ,'Nc

ie1c. \n41O do I," Raid )[ILIj. "..\nJ so : The Malay arcj so lazy set of ;fellows;; he pays has,only been able to keep his own life at the mon sense preaching, and a simple' hearted desireto man can be happy and do cither and it is a. hap.

.' dot".".said little Wilbclm'uie., "Vou think you them so much a day, and:I so well that they won't expense of an eye and two! of his limbs, who had I. do good, is not the thing. Now) sir, put an py life we are tempting to describe. This,consist

-;'''' papa, "but you are mistaken. You can- work more tho n two or three days a week. The lingered out many a weary day in a camp hospital advertisement in the city papers, that next Sab- of few and simple incidents, like a Greek dr ma.-:

ate U tMerst&nd how-A IKIJiWk can grow to greatest punishment he inflicts i is to banish! them after a hot engagement, must' have learnt to look bath you will preach a wholesome sermon with In proportion as these multiply, annoyanCes; in ;

fet tHe, ad a boy should clitnb up and find from the isla? a." on'death without any unnecessary concern. I your eyes shut, or standing on one foot, 'or sit- crease. Life properly,,has five acts, like a'rcguflarplay.
to stand Now do be rational .. have sometimes wished for it and
ground upons ; myself; often ting upon the pulpit cushion, with your legs These are these : Going to bed,;;get.

jat ees* der the matter, and see how very abSlefeee The Soldier' Story. felt thankful when my ,poor wounded comrades: hanging over. Your house will be full hours before ting up saying good morning, dining, saying good -

....,It Ia." It was a stirring time of Ute Duke of Welling have been released by it from pain. I have seen the time; and if you only keep up such nov- evening, and then going tQ bed again. {NetearJf

prcvafls for a moment, ,and the r.ther ton's wars, after the French had retreated through it, too, in other shapes. I have seen the death elties, and be sure to make them more extravagant Daily Adcerther. .. -'," : r?

tWM a 'he has made a d
, jUa *It the point of rationaliiing his juveniles them fairly over the Spanish frontier, the' light that the:brave heart's blood has'been spilt, and this city, and be followed by the masses. Rut A LAWYER'S AND A PRIEST'S IDEA. or RESTRCTIOX. ar i ,

Zee Mary Is not pleased; she sulks and divison was ordered I on a few leagues further to the pulses have ceased to beat, while the streakof how many of them would by such means be saved .-In Chicago, a few days ago, one of the

head, with her thumb in her mouth, occupy a lire :'of posts ,among the mountains life and health was still fresh upon the check ? Ah, said the wise man, that is another subject most distinguished lawyers in that town was F '

&o EUGrmurs, "'! don'.t think i it is half which rise :over the northern banks of the when a smile has}remained upon the lips of my -Dr. Tefft. orated upon by Bishop Yandaveld and Father

Mitbsuid. a the Antipodes. You told us thatike Guadiana. A few' companies of our regimentadvanced brother-soldier, even after he had fallen: corpse moral 4.Suasion. McElhcrn: of the Catholic Church,, and P,resent- I dt.ed .;

other-side of the globe with to occupy' a village which the French across my path. But, oh I sir, what is all this When a friend,of ours whom we shall call :with eight dollars, which the bishop said: was '" t i .

WeU, but had just doned.A. ttcomparcd with what,I have suffered as I watched "": restitution_ made to the lawerby one,of:Father 4 ,, ; S
td n Agricola was a boy he lived on a farm'in Dt"t ;
,a "' "' r ,-"Y apdlti We had a; brisk march over a scorn Wlt. 'jl '- ebb slowly from the wound which I .myself shire. '*"'- "fJU, e Til honey?ate Arid 'riJ.a'TOng done. ,.to,'him. to I

fuaLI;t''she .ezjjkkedittoo ; but whenrtlf rugged coun ry, which had already been ,LM so wantonly inflicted in the breast of a helpless troubled county'the'ownef.gjgjj by his dog Wolf Th e' Hera, see here thyself) Tl! i
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{ tefced Tier if the couldwalk on the ceiling, ed of all thaprovisions coutd have supplied us with fresh I_ innocent child 1 I It was by mistake-by accident knowing perhaps that he was conscfe? P*r- death a the precipice l of the wrong, orby: I :, uF
sheep ,
lllitMy 1 ghed md said she couldn't" "Well ; t was many days since we had Oh, yes 1 11 know i it, I know it well, and ously;opposed ,to capital punishment, and hV .. doubt t. \lr'fee bishop and priest refused 0 i I ,

1t4,,ar oe&tag Is.av very different thing from a heard Ute cr ak of the cOqmissary'awagon: and, day and night I have striven to forget that hour. could devise no mean to prevent:it 'I can break It of'course to divulge, as the knowledge of.it had '

,,'-'-', MI kaowit1s.})aPI-it we had beep, on very short commons.' There But it is of no use; the cruel recollection never him of it,' !said ,Agricola
Ether then began to reason with his chn.l 1- I was no reason to expect much- in- the village--- we leaves my mind-that piteous wail is ever in my leave.1 'Thou art permitted,' said the honest refused to take the money.offered as it '

')MexplaJn the 1&wof gravitation but then were ,now jirdercd to. The French, who had cars! The father's agony will follow me to the farmer-and now we will let Agricola tell the was as payment in full for amorongcould' not be ;

'." unanimously,maintained their first posi- just marched out, would of course, have helped grave. ,. 0 story in his own Words, premising however, thata made right by money. The person who did the S '

ttes,:&*t the lUrJ.ot Jack and the Bean Stalk themselves : to whatever was portable, and must .. '- ram cannot be a good marksman. wrong must confcsa'the deed to the injured par.. '

irk than well drained the place.Wejmade .- A stalwart Kentuckian-one of the semi-am the farm ty, that unjust suspicions of innocent
KB& intelligible the story of the Anti- have previously pretty 'There waft ram on says Agricola, persons

pefes? Tl.. father was gi eyed. Ills attempt totafoniliiiii I'; af search however,judging that, possibly phibious "half horse knd half alligator" breed we 'asnotorious 'ibr butting as Wolf was for sheep which have been aroused, could be removed,-thai ,

; have been concealed from read about in the days of Nimrod Wildfire and the real offender could be and the whole
the young minds of Ids children was a 1 something might stealing, and who stood in as much need of moral forgiven, 1

"fiate*. His Invasion of the nursery was sue-I them by the peasants; and actually soon discovered -, Mike Fink-on the day that the funeral obsequiesof suasion as the dog. I shut Wolf up in the barn account squared between paaties. The taking1 ;

e dfiy'rejx&ed, and the field remained in the several houses where skins of wine had Henry Clay were solemnized at San Francisco! with this old fellow, and the consequnce was, of the $8 from some'unknown persons, for'some c

pSwSSSon of the legitimate proprl t ra. The chit been secreted. A soldier Sir, I take i it, after hot speaking of the great statesman, burst forth I that the,dog never looked a sheep in the face unrevealed wrong, was no righting of'the-*mat

4 "4wo'wwe right; Jack: and &e Bean Stalk was service or jfatigue,.seldom thinks of much beyondthe with-"Mr. Clay ought never to have been again The ram broke every bone in his body ter at all.So the lawyer argued; to which the I 1 ,

r ..'M Ie eHigibl to 4heir minds as the Antipodes, comfort of drinking to excess} and I fry buried on land. They should have thrown him literally. Wonderfully uplifted was the ram by I priest replied by leaving the money on, the law n

\aJHftiaiHJy more attractive and instzuctire.11Hh' .- own that our small party soon caused a sad scene into the sea, and a continent would have been this exploit; his insolence grew intolerable; he I yer's desk, and politely and quietly retiring.THE r.' .-

Ittxbesrthn It. There are the mother and of. confui 9D. built upon his body." A. bold figure that! was sure to pitch 'into ','Whomsoever went nigh .. ,

a fee ion, thepnta.ndhia wife, and intended vic'Sbest Every ouse and, hovel was searched, and 1'Doctor .. .. him. Til fir him,' said I, so I did. I rigged an lUppiscs EnL.u'CED.Dr.' Rogers,l.of. w

** are interest, feeling, sympathy, fear, many a poor fellow, who had contrived to. hide ,' said a querulous, suffering invalid, iron crowbar out :of a. hole ,in the barn,* point Boston,. gave the following lucid, exposition '

s r,d tteasc eseUemeat-*!! calculated to awaken his last skin ofwine, from his enemies, was who had paid a good deal of money for physic to foremost, and hung an old hat on the end of it. the so-called spiritual demonstrations,, at a.convention

the moral character. But there iswaticTermtae obliged to1; abandon it to his allies. You mightsee 1 little apparent purpose-'you don't seem to reach You can't always tell, when you see a' hat, held in that city few weeks ago:

mere philosophical ex- the poor natives on all sides running away; the seat of my disease. Why don't you strike whether there is a head in'it or not,' how then He said that he thought the rete atipns'not were.

pIa fit I e Antipodes, either to amuse or to soma with a morsel of food others with a skin olwUe at the seat of my disease? Why don't you strikeat should a ram? Aries, made at: it full butt, and spiritual, but "a. cerebral automatic movement ,

te of Ae nursery. It is a toastter in their! arms, and followed by the menaces the seat bf my disorder being a good marksman, from long practise, the idiosyncratic, depending temperament for its development of each individual.,upon'the inspired '+

dangerous;, forcing up and staggering steps of the weary and' half So Twill,* was the prompt'reply, '<' :
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.'f",., : .J?;f. R .-,1 i iJTIio- ]Sfeohanic.- : ,7" other; give us plain husband and plain wife, and- From the Bio Graude-Belease 0 f V AlUortaia 7

.. ;. .' : hZO'Wru" L' .' : O fill the c component parts which_ make up themanYhusociations ,a plain':way'of calling people and things by their f Cara.vajal.; '* JJilIJ!' ,_r'" ?TheSacramento'Ruoal' a I

...f, Granite, Emestone (marbles) ,) and sandstone, of life, commonly, ] right names. We should not beat all.! surprisedif 'NOr.L INS, Tuesdayv June 7, If3'a:: t. .

i + ,aze the laaterialsof Uu ationai Public Buildings society! there! is no one who bears so quiet and } that., clasajof society who Hunt for roundabout We are in receipt of later intelligence from Rio additional pi'pt tt '1'.d|-

.k I'Walto ton. They ere also to prinopabnil'materals yetjeo important a part as .the- mechanic. flicourse s' jr aysto erpresa,.!their ideas, did not }in,a .li its e Grande, by which we lean that Caravajal and pr Oc Ad t Cb., .of -T .

J :. io all countries and aU ages of the 14' unmarked by the pomp and parade,Jartiflcial \( while,when inquiring about one's soda'and. daughters his associates had'been released, when they immediately I land:- ',

bejeg,the great geological 'formalions. .off importancemarch is silent f ; bJtnww adopt suCh modes of expression as these i entered suit against the United State a Mr. Nichols, the agent \aftfa .\ ,{
'" \ .I and certain. He -passes amid the throng "How is your oldest masculine offspring or, Marshal for false arrest and imprisonment. sleeping ,
/ room in the
/ i !oelsif, one of the three members of the\ grantoniljr M human beings, and attracts ;,to himself in per-: "How is the little feminine darling who address .._. .. to two assistants to M IJ
"" sleep thai
i : J of rocks,' is the bascnwnt material of all son but?!little attention. But look, abroad, and you as a parent?'V Or, when speaking of our negroes Later from Mexico and TeX I. ',had served their last .

I .'tf .. :the pubhctmiltfings! Washington.. It Is obtain- ,sec, if j-oil may not elsewhere read what the allude to them as our Ethiopian bondsman Ets-Oiu.EAas'Vednesday, June 8, 1833. and cnstoe. w1 .

\ I L A& from the basics of the Potomac, frog three to band>f his influence has written! Mark,in the i We can imagine one of these individuals entering The schooner Bonita at this port brings dates enter app t b i f '

!V)i ;y1! ffght miles! above the city. It is slaty,granite, gray pyramids of Egypt what he hath done, and I a complaint" fa the following language! Iy I from the City Mexico to the 24th,_of May.r upon them, when !

Ii' pet i! readily :apUtJnto masses. of any convenientf learn that his fame is immortal.- Look on the dear gentleman, your specimen of the canine Over 40 newspapers had been suppressed since knives ck pis ,

\ ; I be arid thickness for the'foundations buil- cent -stahned walls of the old Collisium, and species was by your youngest maspulinc offspringset the recent decree. ed to be were prent -j

>ling ,;,foptwallcj; ,and other purposes t4 which it 'rem ember what he 'hath 'achieved. Scan with upon my lady's chine pet ; and had it not Santa Ana: being offended at officers smoking if they quet uder asuc i ,

:' |Ji." applied. Thrqugh the masses obf'ined.from admiring eye the huge Leviathans'of the deep,, been for your oldest feminine Ethiopian' bonds in the Theater, had issued a decree suppressingthe of the scoundrels or ao 1'

.>.deposites on t 1o Potomac are thickly inter- that float so proudly on waters braving the fury woman, it,would by compulsion hare been forcedto nuisance. Oo proceeded-! I

\ rwxi wall crystals of iron pyrites' (firentone,) ,of the storm, and breasting triumphantly i its deport this We/ The'army had been:| reorganised and divided I, for wit derk thongs erideot

I '. ., tte'ulpheret of iron?'1io\\ing, by reflection wild upheaving--and there 'remember i 8. the into two classes-active and permanent The and the pue. this usa
\ ,. |fom the sun,numerous specks, with the rQlian- handiwork of the humble mechanic. View then National Guards to be incorporated into an Active to men gagged, the

"' '.. +:; "jQf" goy.' i to the; passers on the walks.t. you demon of the earth, which; with fiery brew tli THE, ANCIENT 0'1 i-Y. Militia. The whjle() army to consist of 01-, in to this hunt the keys of the ante &S

of G,'**& of the Old Capitol, of tgo Presi, and heavy tread, speeds furiously over vale and j 000 men,including the r!active force of 65,000, the from them, they n-mme their ]

,,"'' 1\ t 8 House, the Treasury Building, and the t mountain, and recollect that i in the grasp of the '- permanent force being,i2 ,O\JO. The army to be watches al money in their_

/' V' Pent office, are of gray,sandstone: also from the t mechanic; is his strength subdued, or his course, recruited by volunteers, enlistment or drawing pocket kive and coroJ> l

r j' tanks of the Potomac, some fifty miles,.below directed. And yet he who has advanced the:,, lots. t eIMr.the ichos 'Ven Mr. p

I j WalhibgtotipThjB Smithsonian Is of ie\I san dl- cause of science, so ennobled l humanity itself, i is Texas dates to the 3d tnsl, say.',that there are tied him ity' 2 .M
hand
I ; > ) :If.oni fwtntyf SVQ' miles'; } up the Potomac The passed carelesslyby and regarded by many as the probably> rich deposits 'of I gold ia the interior,but him with ot a t Whe i .'C
1t. ; +: -** pSIars'?la, the Representatives* Chamber in the bottom-most tounds fn the ladder of life. But too far below the surface for the inefficient dw kvs a cb" F'

I : I'" Capitol*are qfjcalcareons puddingstonc,cqnsisting not thus ie i ,ho'd stined to linger in the plements in use.-..V.:. }: Tribune lth--1lUt.() compelled t

fcem nte4 pebles,varying fromthe size of.pea I pC-position, ,or in the neglect poverfyA obscurity His .,. .. ,. safe. They rifled'the? safe of li' "t
o.j i j' ._ lhatpf.; A cootie egg, ; or larger, sixty 1cs up !}importance the'tiue estimate of fife : Interview .Arthur: Spring: with contents, amounting to shoo\ $700T
.. being
I <.mB w C\ll": "___.t'.. ftt &f ,* gradually appreciated and is -- *.,*:' tils Sou. fortune being the }least aou thit .. .
bare I
already
high .
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'% l..1h8 I N capito\ (en1ar mcn.J.lvr! t'afj .honors.. clustered around his manly and open' EQUALITY or FEDERAL ,warns AXDt DETElUII :D, Arthur"Spring, the tnurderer, who,was'; cxe- the of at any .one. toga pre .,
I I .J' : ftho-"WP1 bins j -*0?* His .. ted in 15s: cm le'aYiag'tbe, t m '
10th
\<< t a ioe. .r aDd Cpu4 arU.or..t profession, in this age of practical. KESISTAXCB iTO' Alt :WHO OPPOSE? TSaturday ; Philadelphia on, Friday wa and
I t.\ l PI ttho'lJate. t has' fromProprieU! TsaL moving upward and .. end rJa dayhad-'annil'ectin t tvie.$1. T t
; oJ, taking equal:rank;: pie 1 sp ioi nf gt
i i ..t blaaq :. :: !se o Instit: > Uilli.v : :8 sentinels. .
', r erol s i.-A'u GlfS-TlN'E .
t t' 'IoiI!> PP\1:-'UIJJ nfFICER'; 1 ., forti:a I lib mfBU end ht progress and p>.. on from Washington, under a belief that The time in this +
dumr: "" JSut.e1, r 1- UnItt&tQU1IDub ,;? stt Rrm working the"elevationuT .June another and list interview induce the occupied transaction r? r
; I A cI ,'r.o" ; [ : ; together for : ltli, 158.: might condemned ly three The robbers took nD 7
; ; 1' the i mechanic his standard. man to confess. The forth American hour matt uy_

d \ ty, Massachusetts., The post- ufflce'&qr_.,I himarble -" I ". _..proper. says: cooly, one of them amusing himself a t T

I oflatger, flatter grains than the Capitol, At Home iu the Eveuiug. Appointments by the President. "The meeting between them was most affecting.A reading a late newspaper, while,the enjoy ,

+ M and was bro ht.from 11 cstchestcrcounty, New What incalculable mischief to the youthful JAMES M. GOCLP, Register of Public Lands at complete reconciliation took place. The guilty; -some, sea rs found in the ptfice, a e1 ,

r. York.J The!) ilitarY: Asylum js of the same ma1 ,- ] mind i is the improper spending of the evenings? St. Augustine, Flo. father clasped the son to his breast-cried ace r- agent weed and his assistants for the poor 'u1 C' '
in
1 terJa!,;. Thc Washington Monument, and1ngPJ : In the evening quiet of home the findssecurity him bitterly-called him his'dear, darling boy-' the They indulged connrton
+;of the Patent Office?:pro marble of youth FKAXCH P. }'JltREIR.Recci"cr: -'of thcm.stlve.s fredy, aOl sid
a sparry texture : from the temptations misconduct and Public! told him that he forgave him, and asked his forgiveness to
,,. .,' consisting qf flat crystals., nearly the size ofthalfdiqic all improper desires are vanished ty its scenes, Moneys, do. : while the }boy wept upon his parent'sneck. upon the place for a long time, but I 1
fore had
c t and white, from Baltimore so goal an opportunitythe or i
very coun"ty"Muy1aDd. Iand recreations. -+++ < He begged young Arthur not to leave
Portions of several 'of the public What the youth goes f forth( in darkness it i is !17 Ont thanks are due to I on. J. MORTON for him, but to stay till! the executionvas over, and robbery; said that some of their p /mm
; a the saiae businthey of Salmon }
I bnildingg;are of beautiful granite, from the James temptation in hw pathway to in mischievousncss sc'"eral'aluaLlc public} Documents. sec his remains:; iiiterrtd. lIe :also cut off alack on gs "as1 and,t

river, Virginia.i Bunker Hill Monument,and numerous L- and often digraceful engage.conduct '4. of his hair, which he entrusted Arthur to taketo were Loll to clean out p a| '
huullc night if they had to kill all hands
I: and private buildings iiI ,several What we see i is ;:rr-TilE Monk LEAIIEV convicted his orphaned daughters. rotating then
5 of the Atlantic deplorable enough, but this i is of murder that they had men enough to do '
'. : cities, are of Quincy granite; I' lost\ in comparison to that which i is not revealed: Wisconsin?has been sentenced to the Penitentiary "Young Arthur I'itl'ou.ly and totichirigly appealed >- it it a wool} ,
i I \ pore strictly: speaking, sicnite, as one m: tcriaJ'j to the public eye-multitudes blasting their to his: father: : to exculpate. him, alid, although I- carry through.
:i i' in this rock is hornblcnd, giving it a ) .. for honor and usefulness pios)1l'cl. for life. the culprit did not yield to the, boy' it i is stated that one of the robbers hasbeea\'
1 I tougher texture, than:the ; by running un- -- ..+r s arrested and lodged in the brig
granites, containing cared for in the evenings. -- entreaties, still he refrained from criminating;: his I' prn a s
I mica as one of their three : ,r Senator MALLOKVve arrived cramento. '
perceive
ingredients ,
exceeding-; Parents who value their own comfort and the son. The elder Spring was greatly subdued after S
I Jy fragile Jn its texture: at Charleston in the Steamer In ..
'unimpaired success of their should >tM from Key the meeting was over. .
I I. Visitors, of Pashingtoniarecareful: :; to get specimens I mark the obligations which their offspring position, has West on the 10th inst We presume he is i in "'{glees are at last entertained that the murderer Expedition: Warlike to onora--lu XIazatkta,*'
otthe rj Preparations.
1 'j several materials: composing ournational imposed. make clean breast of his crimes .
They should learn that the fairest ashington this time. may yet n a
public( buildings, which, when neatly arrangcil flowers of rotalife must bloom in the atmosphere by .. relieve the reputation of his son from all taint nof The inhabitants of the northwcsern States of
I form a "inultitiq" J>arro" lesson of instruction. :I- of home, and 'kindness suspicion." Mexico appear to be greatly excited by theta.in '
by and TilE
gentle CIRCUIT .
restraint CUUIZT.'TuE
4 It combined geology, architecture, }history enforce this wholesome The Philadelphia Sun states that Spring, mors which have reached'them of an intended '
truth. 'i
; / ,' civilization, and,the .fine! arts, and, more In youth the soul i is pliable to the influence of I'i' Circuit Court of this County has been in reply to entreaties of his son to dear him of any, \ invasion of Sonora from this State We,have
+f \" than all perhaps, agriculture the elements of session during the last week. The amount of heretofore the authority of a
parental care; then it may entwine the tendrilsof : particpntion iii the murders, said, : "My son, I state on. cdrrespondint -
\, .these various rocks arj: the elements of..ui ils, and young affection around the stately forms oflouth business on the docket was not .large fshowin;; will tell the tr+rtl+," ami on being further pressed! that party of Americans.and Frenchmen

to a considerable extent} of fertilizers. The great and virtue I love and admire the 1 family| but one criminal case and forming a Cfl'llitaLlccontrast .to confess, replied, "My dear boy, I will do t had e tLshl> themselves in LaPaz, LowerfV.ifi
"\ simplicity of thq J ICKROIJ of instruction thus furnished group drawn within the circle of converse and! whatever I can for you-I will die for you" >rn.i, where there were engaged the early -

; and tho entire fcase' of obtaining i it, arc i its L instruction; then is diffused hope's halcyon eye to our neighboring county with its twentysix :Spring then gently upbraided the boy for testify;l part of,Apri in making preparations to inlo -

Strong recomcndationRj Numerous strangers in the cases. him but code Chihuahua, and further that
over path of youth; then are pointed out ing against young; Arthur told him ,
i Washington, boUvAmejicahs! and foreigners, have upon the plains! lifctbe, rock and quick-saa: Js His Honor Judge FORWARD presided and co i n- eras compelled to testify and tell the truth, and two English men of war were stationed in the ri->

-. procured these of specimens countries, /showing architectural ujK>n which many a youth has wrecked. finned! thefavorable, opinions which bad preceded asked him if he would forgive; him, to which I he canary, intending, it i is supposed, to inttr} ; ia
material* all and all ages, a* ornawents'for : Sabbath promptly responded "I do dir-; case the ho
evenings are blessings ii.dccd they forgive you, my : epditiO commence tiel
: ; him from other courts the Circuit Having '
mantelpieces and centre-tables. A' gather the family around the social hearth, and on link, but/iot' Burns nor Ifu; *:m:' These are two' J j bn 1Iatn.by
< jjiidy, In Washington remarked,!* day or two since,:, all are raised to the exalted level of truth by the long been a citizen of our county Judge Fo< uof the witnesses= against him. The interview j I late arrivals l up 1st of April w
s i ; while 'rrangin and labelling; several "..frtltittl'I the purity of thought that is awakened they WARD'S return to our Circuit is hailed with much continued for long time, but the steadily avoid: learn that the California expedition undr Count
c i tjiral ( ;
t'l: know fabinetf'tQT what. some Will friends in the country, : are inn'tedith a capacity from on high to assistm pleasure by our citizens. We noticed in attendance making a confession, and admitting the boy' i in- UaQusst, which was believed' hd
pot they appreciate more highi : each other in the paths that lead to honor nocence.It funned'thc absorbing 'topic of discussion.)
T
.r, I If glory, and immortality! on court a number of the leading members is said: the Attorney General }has gi i or- Governor and Coinu Gener of the t

.\ \'int; .. .. of the bar from other places."I"i ,; that after the execution the body of the cul of Sinaloa had interrogated ere\.d passengers

f, Ib Those rcce is article are requested tr' Mtclaiicholy Shipwreck. chaff be given' over to the charge of }his of' the EuglLs'i: brig-'ftdpinarecenty} frjm
to secure for it a place. in some RAIN. San Francisco
:- ne\vsp&j > son. as to the truth of than junior;
n ,, pthcr public journal } The schooner Mttry Margaret. Capt Bcrgh; AFTER an'unprecedented drought of The Philadelphia contain account of af loat- TlMimplk-p) e ja'IFEcho tin t,
,, ., ..... while on her passage from Muskegon, Michigan, ? nearly.rt o papers .c
have
I.*! to Haven months the| wiridows[ of Heaven have l la a subsequent: interview in which Spring: seemedto seem to greatly alarmed the Govror, a*
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1 "l"'rQp.t1Je. oly..?'f Y. Du..AdYf'rtilf'r, Graqd. on the 2&th tilt, was capsized, at >t he '
immediately to }
dispatched *
relent and it an
that he
\ DJtt 1o fA brindonihcnt of a the vessel turning bottom up. She remained inj' opened and blessed us with a copious fall of ra 1. would make, was confidently expected to inform the Supreme ( express rex
full
confession under -
a the Gloeral
gallows
that S toverntlut-now
.. .u Some.a weeks rQnD Lndr. her beam position! ends.about When two hours the and then came on, On Thursday night a very heavy shower visitedus but, as will be seen l hy the despatch in another l >ants Ana-)f the fLCl,. Mmd rasa? :
two sinp*, ,a girl appeared vessel capsized the \
p at. the Third Distript Station young House in Court captain went over with her and was under, 1 her t to our great delight,and again yesterday afternoon column, the miserable man died protesting his the Commandant of port 'of MaznjjUn caiweil
\ street and deck while shower both inn cence. He i is said to have signed; a paper. on the fJowin; to be inserte'in the official journal',
informed the ffieers that she arrived, she was bottom up, and working I his another copious: came upon us; Let del '
,
in thuj city that, day from Pcekskill, with her un way from there up to the cabin where were It t lr.[ of which will be productive of great benefit to Tuesday, exonerating Iii:; eon from all J participation Alallj, I
: r i" cle. William nod Farnsworlh and two of the ; in, or knowledge; of the Inn rocr. ''}.X1'EnITiO\S or CALIFORNIA .
ijaguo- that named Zacha- \D\"QtrF.\f
P PI on landing from crew, who had almost -
to .
our plantcisi
: began .despair.These .
-- --i S UIU.The
I the boat at Uamilton avenue ferry, ho left her promising riah Nelson seaman, and Charles Plume, cook. Railroad in the South. English brig Trbph n. Crom
I 1 .'\ [ ,to' return in a femuiutes.. After wa itTh e two last named persons died on Monday: showers will go a,, great way in restoring Fnmcisco,ban just touched at this port.. 't

r Jog for some hours, she made known, the fact to the 30th, in the same berth with Mr. Farnsworth crops which were almost destroyed by the The progress; (if the? railway system in the South rvceivwl positive intelligence-} Cot B ousetHengaged .

4 cal policeman, who took her to the Station House. and the captainwhcre they were all huddled to drought is briefly article yet satisfactorily' exhibited in the! fallowing in preparing, in the above ientine

t I. Here:she related her story, and Assistant ptain keep their heads out of water. Mr. Farnsworth : ---- ... -- .., : IVirginia i city, mi expedition against our State o I
4 \ IVan Ordcn, taking compassion on her took her and the captain remained in the cabin ofthc, vessel ADDRE. : i is: extending( its lines from the sca ba nl composed of 1,0O.or'I 1,500 men;,that he has

: j ,to his home she deported herself an until'Vednesc.lay noon, being the first day : to the Qhioaud'thc Tennessee; on the one hand re-uly Io'n. and has at his dispositiontwo
unexcep WE intended to have earlier noticed the
I t tionable?! manner. She silted that she arrived 1 to. of June, at which time they were taken out pamphlet : by the Convington and. Ohio Railroad,; : towards frigates, with which he was soon to make ,

: I jew York from; CharlWon, South Carolina, the cabin by Capt. Holland and crew, of ihof copy which has been lying on our. table of Cincinnati!, Louisville Chicago; and St. Louis: deswnt upon Guaymt*. I have verifleji the
.
.\. ii some days previous; her father, having died about schooner (;eo. 1: Jloberts, who }lad to cut: the excellent address delivered by his Honor and on the other, hand by the Virginia and Tennessee truth of this news I by close examination' of thtjpassengers '

i' I L mouth before, and her mother being dead also through the side of the schooner to reach thand em, Judge DOUGLAS! this city before the Masonic Railroad t ami its connections towardsKnoxvilfo : of the brig aforesaid. =

-, I her unclo sent word'for her to come North and Mr.[ Farnsworth and the captain was brought the Chattanooga: Npshville, Memphis, and I Your excellency will comprehend what

.S I, nukfl his house her fut re home. When she into Grand Haven by the schooner Geo. I:. Hobertn. Fraternity upon' anniversary of WASHINGTONbeing the whole Houthwcst.Ireruly its complete a train of disastrous events fir our unhappy ,

i I -. >arrived: at Peekskfil (the had mistaken the'name The larboard watch was swept overboard admitted into the :Masonic order. roads measures six hundred miles more; country must result! from such an expedition+[ ,jf*

( a .,:...,it,..hou4! have been Fi4ikiII}) she was met by at the time the vessel capsized, and no more was It is an able and valuable production and reflects North Carolina, too, i is pressing wards the tiin-jly measures are not token to avert them-

i I ) Wer.f.Rclet! and,the folIo( ing morning they dcin seen of them. great credit upon the research of its much West ; and forming connection with the :great I e have on the Pacific three war schooners and ,-
t, I I parted i a steanjboat? fo New York, for I the .. lines Virginia: l II y the Rainokc Talley Railroad, : a smaller boat. I believe that the four vessels.well .
From the Evening :: respected author. :Many interesting historical and with those of South:; 'arolina by the Central nrmclawl
pstensiblp purpose of visiti g soma friend [ lullrtinlnne G.J] egaipJx','wouM,b'sufficient to
.1 I Arriving 'in Brooklyn} ;he was abandoned as Mysterious Affair in Philadelphia. memoranda have been brought to light which weCarolina Railroad, uniting with the Clurlote and South : chastise these pirates, who, counting on our disc.'

a above statod. Capt. Cam belt being anxious: to .\ genteel looking Irishwoman do not remember ever to have before seen in Railroad near the State line; and the : union and past misfortunes, believe they can into -*,p

i ;i; I aRsertain, lie truth of her itatcment, took her to herself Bridget Farrcl young, was( at theMayor's, calling office print and we consider it a valuable contributionto its Wilmington chi and Manchester Railroad opens :, suit and rob us with impunity of the.rust of our?'
the riches
that
port erstwhile
have raised l -
Pcekskill thereacc tcrrito .
.. and dentally, met .,a manwho this ,.
morning seeking redress for the information .
!;had Been the girl take]a boat at the Fish fill that had been inflicted a great worng biographical } relative to that Charleston to its lofty position. The completed} "I hasten to communicate to yonr Excellency
her.
The
upon story of lines in this
landing in with her uncle. great man. State measure two hundred and this distressing and '
company Thcyconteqoently > the news trust that the Supreme
woman, who represents herself as a widow, eighty miles, and those to ,
progressing 'some five
Fishkill ,
/ proceeded to but Government will
could b- take
ipain is as follows In last energetic measures) i.
; January she birth
"J itO WOLFE'S] hundred miles
gave AIIOJIATC SCHNAPPS.WE ? additional .
I K'urtlicr
about
nq hiformatioij him than that dciuanJbytecircumstances. .
: a male infant Some time in the IarchOhe [ -;"
following
such a man had lived there! and was a widower; was employed 'a take pleasure in calling attention to this i j In South Carolina and Georgia from Charleston VUCEXTK A. DB LA'ROSA,"

... i I but where. he had removed to 'no one seemed to whose polio as scamstrecs by a 1 lady, valuable medical preparation advertised in t towards Mobile and New Orleans, and to .. .
we at The l our> '
suppress present lady wards Nashville
know,, Through the influe ce ofJusticcthis King of and Memphis,'the lines within or MOTHEH TO MURDER HER :
took a fancy to the child, and importuned the columns. This medicine we learn has receivedthe this State ATfl A YU.
city, a home) was procured for the girl at mother to allow her to are complete. In the northern parlor CILDRES.-Lt evening, at early hour >ar '
Mr.; '%n'Wicks! who reside on a farm about six the latter adopt refused it. To this arrangement highest commendation from the medical faculty this State but few places arc wanting in railroad Per, in Jackson's court !between .

4 miles from Ftepkill! where- the girl now is and the 28th of April positively, the lady invited to Mrs.accede.Farrel[Onto and is highly appreciated by the public accommodation.md Soon she will scale the Blue Ninth and Tenth, and Race and Vine streets,
appears rvpry w'plT satisfied! Her father it ?'Hoorgia has twg lines crossing the State while undcrtheinfluence mental
I We
appears accompany her on a visit to some friends over hope our Druggists will not fail to supply and derangement,
,rKa} the qwner of sonic property in South the uniting with the roads of Tennessee and Ala attempted to take the life other four children !-
fc'c.iuykil1. Bridget accepted the invitation themselves with it if they have not doneso. young
Carolina ,already Lama and two others
in
and shelf the are the
i, only heir; her brother and went her child progress; one I and to kill herself.and
a'small lad, who formerly 4ct type in the office suggestion, of leaving her behind her, at the from Savannah, Albany on the Flint river, The neighbors were alarmed by the screasasof .
pretended friend. The .
the' carriagethe .. the other from Brunswick
tof 'Southern to Tallahassee
"
and the
Literary Messenger"at Charlf children and to t learn the
\ .on ,
? a eon, having did some timeath,.W.. Monument!qu!ritisproTidedthai'theftA.Qa <. driven'"I. here to the Bridget Pennsylvania locked hospital for ZQAT6lR] -CUitC] INSTITUTE. C points in the Southwest portion, of the the.eldest;'child of ging 'w6Tnan ea;U>

; tlJ. Gt rgv "f mat. "". -.- was, she up under a WE would call the 'attention of oar rcadcrsIxsTmTE \ fI A about eight who Uhppy.his mother tv-

nearest relative, irbZ) < I epel' raved ere naturally for becameand the advertisement in another column of the y,"ATERCtRE \- tiantic and Gulf Railroad,in Florida, Is a ed t kill ye ad was murdering t f'
violently her child. hi
girFi trueTYcf atFet, n 'conception and will from
.. 1Mt""ls! ; lain Qtqrce; It"'ursday last her the highway eta and a carving knife. Several
at
might have bad, something'-mrwits earnest solicitation, she : at Mill C dgevitte Georgia commerce now,endangered[ by the treacherous 'I
-4I' Vas immediately rushed into the house and found .
to the '
abandonment in a Urge city and among entirestrangers. brought city to see her infant. The The Water-Cure mode of treatment has becomevery shoals and rocks of her Southern point. Other I statement of the te .
there boy sadly correct
poor woman ,
: Mr. Yan Orden received a letter from says was some design to and of railroads will seek her harbors, from :
transfer her to another insane popular we see no necessity seeking Montgomery The wretched mother was brandishing a
asylum, and sheeof
,
'thanka'ta her a day or the two ago in which sho expressed her ran off after she had reached the city, in .. northern establishments when good ones are to herWestern, from Oglethprpo territorial and other points north. lOf. knife, with which she had inflicted lg o

t in her behalf. family The letter for the!; interest they took the efforts made by the man who had the care of be found nearer home. extension. the bodies of three of her children, and then tried
is
indicative of a cul-i: her to her SAD SCICIHE.: OHnda to put an end to her existence. of the
prevent escape. The infant had ; Loan, a young wo ow Oe '.
M mtci4, ., ;j meantime, U e:i taken care of by the person who PLANK ROAD. of Harwich, in this State, committed manchildren, a little girl,about four years age, had.

., 0 The Bearded Lady of Genera. had caused the incarceration of the mother. The WE are: much pleased to observe in the 'Jacksonville he'22d ult, under the most tuching and disc ress creceived; .a frghtul wound in the thrt near the
latter obtained the assistance of an officer and big circumstances. She was carotid ; a boy of had
avery respectable ater ye
On S&tP.rcJl''Te paid a visi\ to Madame Clofullia papers that their plank road to Alligatorwill .
and
procured her child ; woman, had been but a few weeks married. received severe, though not dangerous, '

at a series BarnuhVs of Museum, where she begins today This is certainly a very mysterious affiiir. The* be immediately commenced and prosecuted The circumstances of.her death we find related in the shoulder, and:a tird an infant p.
receptions whi h will be open, for woman with thq utmost an exchange follows months old had its throat
) 1. a consideration appears perfectly sane and quite intelligent energy. As the pioneer on an paper as : a .
for tie public'generally. She iis and declares that at the time For a'year or so previous to Every immediately rendered,
of her
a Swiss lady, twentythrec Yors her removal extensive, scale of plank road: enterprise its construction marriage, qsistci ,
} ofae e and with she had
to the asylum she had not been sick received visits from a and it is will recover. The little'
I I a crowth face covered of hair.up to the eyes\l with a luxuriant had she exhibited any violence of demeanor, nor. It ;' win be looked forward to with much man by the name of Hall), to whom respectable she you! girl, however lostmucb: blood, and was considered
engaged
Both !
I Europe she.hat been in this country and 'in is difficult to conceive what could) have prompted interest ;by the public g cncrall y. Tits very to be married. Ier parents opposed her choice seriously injured. The child who gave
,
t 0 est to the medical profession.an object- She of peculiarlnter-is the mother the lady to act in the manner described, unless efficient President Col SAXDERiox and its able and favored the suit of a widower of considerable the alarm escaped without mJu.-PAld' lP1 .+!,

I of two children, o.ne of whom!i a boy of not t the woman was really insane, and we, incline to and energetic Superintendent Capt. LEDWITU win property, named Doane. Hall soon after married Lcdyar.lat t .
a the opinion that there another, when the .
were some forFair parents of the
grounds deceased
is
,. ,:', Jug year'bid mother., said It to exhibit a tendency simular to such a conclusion. At all events, their [ : push the Road to completion. rapidly. vailed on her to marry Doane.. The friends pre POETRY orvi F DtTomsLLtrTWaBostan:Olite '
; was .
) our priveledge in were
common should be investigated; and if the statement of i invited, but before the time for the Branch on which females are } la com-
with
AVs
members of the ceremonies
6th.er subjoin the f
: to
press, test the reality Mr. Farrel should following clipped from the, U. to the empol !
correct her commence, positors
prove persecutorsshouldbe I young lady excused :
of this beard by the decisive experiment viz. S. Catholic herself and says
dealt Miscellany of the 11th instant retired. ,Not
M l pUlling **,, ind we can testify that it(Is a genuine severely with. in published '' returning, her sister went to her "Our rooms arc well carpeted aodthefr' Is doOOrr
TIIr resembling in jalkines Charleston S. C.:; 'room, saw blood on the mirror and on the Q not come ''till or 10 o
utgrowth1 and abundance MAX ASD WIFE vs. GENTLEMAN i { do-I tfJmorg
LAD ". went to the bed
4' ;IIB the imagujary crop which is: promised from The following is too good to be.lost We -' ,MARRIAGE! BASS.-The Diocesan Synod of the found her and turning down the clothes, retiring in good se s mg.'
rk, ; :t i the use of thp arious hair invigorates which are from the Columbia Texas copy ft it Archiepiscopal Diocese of Baltimore which has bridal sister with her throat cut and her seven or eight hou .
( Democrat Pt
1 LI in such common'request According to the statement worthy of extensive circulation) is been in session during the past week at S t Mary's robs saturated wjth blood.. Assistance can in that. time earn from $6 t$8 aw'

,, p lEt of her husband, who attends her, the hair A good deal has been said and: !seminary i adjourned on Saturday sine di *.-" was Soon wound dressed,and she have also one feme. cerk of three we en :
well
about she recover
: i1 first appeared when she was two years old, and men speaking of other men's wives as their,ladies. Among other important decrees enacted was one she was me since whic te ploy. Added t dek h b occupied, I,,
-.I" for the
ml by her eight; year it had reached the length of tiro l It would sonnd ridiculous to hear publication of marriage bans requiring h bn by a fmae our att salary or
:" I I L Inches. She has used immediately very a lady call that all {Catholics intending marriage'shall I .a few Sabbaths on seem fant day iiY tile;'
,, never; a razor except Jier husband gentleman or ask another rive and his sinc Hal $90 S\e h spt i "hou&
wIfe
notice
lady to enter
II I that effect and
urfder her to the t the week WftgeneraJljand
and beard of ;
eyes, no has i ever. where her gentleman, was, when clergymen the parISh o'clock lt Monday wee i .
\ grown poxthitpp r Up.3r.: K Post. her husband. Well is Inquiring about which notice will be read in church} during p. m.,.she stole to have in our office an and a piano forte; and
one bad
just
of
as the her
as
service..
'' 1 ; sna nun, to close this suffering and have music at the 'meal hours ladiei
whet.t
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ff feel} .
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rong.-SMngel&t'lka7. l1ke playing.1

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, ,' B llroacl ,.Accident!-Two' Dr. The_ City Jt. uguqiorikIaIu account Cnrrennvitli'B. A tre'v.[ "t, ,
, .1. {. ,'r Yr INSTiTUTE.7IIlledgevllle "AdmJn tratrlX' Sale. }
meu (IIed "
Treasurer iu ., "
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.,i t -/ (11 'r'0 9'those Pacelfy ,. the..qna.rte"- commencing. to January $53, and : ; :
% \ UI- strange and'seemingly unavoidawV ending. Jlay'lCUil53. "v.v-t-: .0' ?:f: ., rl ;Cr. Ga4DR. O If'Monday the,27ai: day of June next, I wil. i -. \I If J : '.,,:
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,. k3 ,.h1ch :mIl happen even where the _.. > -. E G DOYLE ', ell, between, the Jionra.oMOAI. and 2 P. \.':s I;; ':; ,
, : Bteyt.care [Ja exerted occurred on the Utica&nd :: ; :.I; : 1853. '- \ \ ,. M.In front of ike'Court Howe ia the city of S!Angnstine > 4 : \ [. ; : ,
pleasure in Invalids and in he county of' .,.!ohil.,by'order' of.the, : .
Eft&md Beef announcing
n' leatenlaymon1ing by whichwfreabnostinstantly March iiTo amount paid John P. An- March By amount rocelvcil from TAKES i : _ '/ ,
j" generally that the above popularand Judge Probate of said county, a.House'and tot.!-, .1.. '. : "
, .. killed. ; It appears dreg for services as Clerk of the'market i Sand Stalk. ., ,. ... 73621 natedlin St. *; : : :: :
1" accoflnuodation train Mwshall 1st 37 do u superiorly appointed establishment, formerly Augustine, belongingtoeatate otMOSRT. 1'r"I
$< which left City quarter, 50 "Yerchaht ;
: "' conducted HARLEJON DOVLB, M. D., is now ready PAPY late of said couuty deceased,..aid. lot ,i. ., .,. \ -
had -
for Licenses a
reached Canastot Andrcu .
tiling P.
the John con tingen- hVv" 15G 00 .
pit i S for the bounded on the Weet ,
of Patients by George the
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reception street, South .
seeking a restoration on '
I 'u z f .
downwardfl running the other cicB S 62. do 'W'Ta.xes ) ,t{
on on Vy Bridge _
treeton the
"t 1/" to health. All chronic affections the human East by lot of JlartiaCanova t :: -
the fame point There were se .. '* ** j. A. Stickler, for i err .ee 'as : Slaved Carriages; Ac., 83871 organism successfully treated at this Institute.' and on the North by lot o(the.estate of Margaret : : ;" ,:

I 'enNCd at that place in repairing theuptnwanotingandin Scavener, ; ", *.. .43 7$ do ",. II. I)-Taxes, .on Dyspepsia! Gout, RhcumatLsrrl. Constipation. Uobiuson deceased i' v' x0NN S :J; ., 't',;'r

4J whioo the *' AncIcnt'City, for printing:, 15 OQ Bearding Houses' .. '" ", 50 00 Hemorrhoids, or Piles, Hemorrhage, Auwiorrh- T. PAP i AdmintstratfLiV 11' ; '

*'. et to get out of the way, two of them iteppcdother 10 ', .\.- B. Paccttfor' Clerk of an ? I \\'do'i, ,., v' :..\ -S "f", .twI." ". Forfiril. ., ', 37 cea, Dysmenorrhoea, Fluor Albus, Cental displacement St. Augustirie, May26ih. 1853. .\ j 4wkJ -
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track down which the train Klectinri\ I u. : .t t'l
freight S 200
! 1 .I ,. . Affections of the Eyes and Ears Tetter -
.
I cornin In this 9-i-John P., \ drcu for :. : W'sOTiCE-CILU.LEltG I '
wig position they were struck May contingencie \ ; : ,; Erp.ipcw'ahd all the diseases the Skin and t
'1 l_If the engine of the freight train, one of them I* i: S 4 18| M', 1 : r:,-" ',' .. Scalp Scrofula Dropsr, 'Sphili-a.nd the Unmoral To the Gentiemea St..A.ttgfutin: .,:," ." \ ;

: limed Nicholas, being instantly lulled, and the i Jt. Urfna, for leveling Alley 2 50( i p t" J i:.41.1 .; I.1.-S, S diseases generally, Neuralgia Sciatica Tic- ; the undersigned hereby challenge the Gent -

;I; other named Snyder, so much injured that he I *' 'J. P. .Andreu for com. on $50 -. : i: \ ;)' : f'i,. t'. .., ,t, .' ; .,. Douloureux, Hystiria Kpilcpsy-ror, the CJlin-, WE 'of 3t. Augustine to i Boat Race.be- I! .
] 1\0 10I
:\ J ann survive but a short time Their attention I at 12\ per cent 025. -, .'I \Vt', "i sickness, Yirtigo, Pa.ral) Apoplectic ..tenden- tween (he Sarah G. //!*;"."agahiM the Cloud. 1 I _

;. probably so much taken up by the passage F. P. l"crrclra and A. D. R.ogero 1 S ..I.. 'iJ.;} l.,, cy, Asthma, Bronchitis, Chronic intlamati n J.of for Ii Purse vl Five Hundred loUal'l'diatauce ont t __

.the c>ern train that they did not observe the for assessment on Real Estate, ':.. 1000 4i'! : the stomach and nowel,''Atrophy and indeed mile-tix hands in each Boat T ;be ran on the i 1 : :-
.
; 'other rujther were they seen by tile cngi- May 14-ii-J. P. Andreu for services as \ I ., \' '..,: .., ,.,. every possible Type of chronic .tlcse cd action, Fourth of July, 1853. .j1t .
'. 4 Until too: atc. tVhat renders the. accident Clerk pf tIle'market''and' Marshall | ;. 1.." ,. 1. B. Hoktt
City "- t' j. ." : I "'i'I. .': that is curable, and all da8t are curable jjnoorganic 4. ALi'BED Ff Bxaix, )I jI
Bgularln ita -.s the fact 2nd S 37 COil. '. ,' '", .,' < 2. o'. "". S.UIt
i cha.racter quarter' 1' It'1 I Lj ,, : le#wn be ircsen t. Tyriie I I. C. A. PRIczJf 1___
.
;
,' 5, .the men killed had been engaged on Andrei S ." ,for feeding> Mary* I, I : ,, '. \\J J f Ladies Department .ia\ .Vsder'the' I l 3! J'io. I40 hIoraINi, 6. SPDCU 'E& --
S --1. '
for ypa4-ou1d naturally keep out Body 410 4 ; ; 'fj Paaik? '. May 16tl1..1853. It t
% : r.I..i! i" \ .i. 1 J.If.. : : I immediate supervision of that accomplished Lad TV ., .
4I
MI sy "i m iUQ*auwrgcncy. A Coroners A. B. Pacetty for services" as ; ., \ I 'II.:", I ..r : "o ,Mrs. JAKK MITTHEWS, eo well known: to iht9WQ''I' ." -
.' teffwt "'14'f&l.o.nw.ota. this morning but Clerk, 'i :.\ < T1 : 5 1350: j ,. t. e" "t'! 'j r' /', -
of the "
l' : i > : "; ,- ''If irons ,f)8tablislujient.The ) .. rmA1 ib i..e ,
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dJe i' ,Ancient for 00; .1\ -. \
nrirTting 10
PIJ- TTtUtt-QZCflr. "
)'o City-
n .it4.I" : Taciitlcs! Iden/romftresspass- 'J _
t.. ; i v..U ,I", ..', :. which tis al til* D'f J _
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-,-- -r -I--- l ?- J. Manucr for J. Mariano a1 ; 'i1' j .'; I. 'I ro ationof a strftt T ? '-00 tbt 1"1'or' "

4LXZ6, $TC., 03T113 MAVCZItZl R&IL'-i Qn pa.ulNf,1 :I' i II 1' ( 4. iersonIlernAndez \:; ..t.""'.aif' eGtI tf LVI,; '. i, -. .: "., .!I f lying., the-East side

TUI LI4M STZY YE&i-The f Ifw I'. So. .azt. : ,. .1/ ,.,\ .' "II t t",, 'Cd$ from all p4l1nl&in Georgia-an-J' t-i; Iof h J. .itQos wi been for&wha( was formerly known
,
: ...'f'i .. .0 : i.rb States renJeis ,tPS PilatKa and
r \,.', 4 d4J- ."'.' it peculiarly adapted to the tvnhrt. ;J tJ.ace- opposite Buena Vista ,
,
o a town pauper 5 00 j'.': 1 i,1." "I.1.\"I/t4. ," ,- :. I I".. \ Invalids desirous of a railing themselves of the efficacy t' rt of a giant of 15,000 acres mad. to Joh. _

usl" : ft .Lv'i: Strlchb. fQr' )'.. New Oum- j : .. ,.,..t. t',.... ." .-.' ," of the WATCR CPRK. The purity of the wr:- lluertns,and being the same ,6OOO' acreS sold ta '

Daring the seven years wd'mg with.1 fifty bcr, a ,' 4 00 1 H'lfJt"A.'. 11\" !"._. ..'- J':,t:. ....;. iter.Gnd cccoiiimodations; for Guests are too well Fiancis J. A vice, by John Huertas,-As alt said land :

_ ftve million, three hundred fifty-seven thousand, .* Mrs.: Zylstra, Medicines (or the S ,. 4" .+t,.' "... S ',. known, to need eomment. In filling tp the EstubIbhment i il claimed by me as guardian. of Ca OLI}& )1.Ann I

d four hundrtd and fifteen (55,857,415) passengers poor k ; : 650. .'1'1" ,; I no expense has I heen spared that could MARY N.A\ICE. .5 ,.. _

were carried over the railroads In Massachusetts.Forty *' Jr r:P, Andreu, com. on $83 87| ,. .:, I ..", f., conduce to make it one of the'mo,1 c'edirable! places -_St Augustine May 14lh. 1853.Admiulsiratrix .- '; _

I tWo naWngers were killed,-twenty pf a IS| per1, t'ent1. 10 8i .1 ., of resort bribe Invalid, in 4he United States. e _
Ihe rrambcr tnlxmjiwjuence of there own heedles Treasurers coni. on $2CO 97 &""I S Sb Patients will be required tofarn h their own out : Notice. .' i 4 _ _
J re.n' ; I\ f.ts These will consist of "'liciion towels having just demands against '
hiruand ,
e es- : f
iws tn to ceivcd and disbursed 5 cent 13 81 L All .
get or jump a
e attempting upon, per ,. 4 ,' ofJose '
; S\ ., \ Compresses, and Htankets for Sudorific put l'tI?t .- py.late..f St. Johns County
'. from, the tra/m\ while in motion, or standing onbe \ S ''I S j drc'd. called '
,
1 1 S., '" I ''' '. : All of which can be purchased here at the most reasonable are hereby opon to present them l -
. | platform of the cars, contrary to the publish- \ i i. f, $2S0 31 .' ceroi.'fEP.T5.Pjoft5iofl3l!. without delay to the undersigned. Those not presided "

41 and'"en.kAOT1ruleR of ths diffureut roads. Balance on hand: 90' 9! attention, me of Baths &c., within he lime prescribed ; by law will be' ,. t'

, I 04&htL'1dredand fourteen lit persons wertv S per week < : > 10. forever barred. S

,k1.kilU4ivh11o. walking and skvping! on the tracks oP .UZUSLC : $ril. : p ,"". -I .oJ.. Board per week fayalle monthly, $:. ANN T. PAPY, Administratrix. I' \ ;,,:;

.i the road Ofthctic, several. were dcef and dumb, St. R, Fa..May] ll th, 1853.v A.B.P.CETTYTrcazener.chiractcr Servants Hoarded and treated, per week, $10. St. Auustint''April23d 8wks h

:I .anduotij e arc reported to have been, "pal'liaty _, -__. -. .. -. J '. -' . .:- ""__ 'u O All letters of inquiry promptly answered. ; .

:. Atlicd.h Arrangements.. in businetsthaiihe. article will not tlisoppoint June cUli-- 4m Adiiiiuistrafor's Notice. v _ _
In one year wren persons were killed while From Pipoiatit 16 miles distance tcrf St. Augustine any who us* it. A II persons hnvirfg just claims of any descripAa .

walking or sleeping on the ttnck of the Hcston AnRI\ 1t.-Mondays I nnd Thursdays 11 A. >l. [From- the iVew York Exj're Ortolrr 2G Ib 2.1 hops &c. lion against the estate of Philip R.. Yonge _
VEunTtunda) 12 .M.-I : .
aad I'rftvidence lliilroad, and during that\ year, Wednesdays 71EDECAI LIflUOUS. Yt'H, Powders Cream of Tartar, Saler- deceased, are hereby called upon to present the same

no aeddent of any other kind occurred. C"o'F.s.-I-undn"8.Dnd. .Vednenclaya II A. M. In common, 1 presume,with many others of theprofession. HOpi Carb, Soda, Barley Essence Lemon, without delay duly authenticated to the undersigned. t

!I i and twenty eml'lo.ccs\\"crc S ., I received come few months s.inceaa (Jiauige Peel, Savory, Peach, Spicep, Peppermint,: Those not presented within two years from this ;

the number by bcingbrought -N gV'A UV ...U.'l'ISE1\lEN '1':0 .' circular addressed 'To Pliy.-cians throughout the ThymeSa; o, P-randy Cinnamon Nutmegs, Currie date, will be forever barred. S } _ _

.iUDdre'bridges. Two were killed in con- ,, United states," by Mr. Udoipho Wolfe the importer in vi ls. English mustard Prepared 1 Irt-nch Mtu.- ANDREW YOKGR. Admiafetrator.St. S \, _
t PHYSICIANS ,22 Deafer"street I" inviting medical and clieini- Aufujtine( ,Apr'12Jdr 1853 8wks .
a
,. exptoli of.boilc *. TO THE OF TUB I tard/.Cayenne peper Asst.,Sauces, do. Catsup, do
cat examination of a new artice! Holland Gin.manufactured -
Pickle
- -: In,the year 1832, throe thousand nine hundred STtlTJ OF FLORIDA.WOLF'S I by himself at J;chit dam, in Holland,by a 'Domestic I.rcscr'c8ot.. cccivcd 'by the Cartlina'jW: Cases'ch ic
and ninety two men were employed hr working 'WLEBKATED SOU I KD All AKOMATW ,. peculiar process, and put up for medical use, I1tb.> CLaret Wine 2 Dbla. Nice Hams, 10 Keg* ______
IF)I Fruit, Cherries &c. Tamarinds,
randy
1be rUroa!U in the state, exclusive[ of. those. en- S'CUXAPl'O. I under%omewhat Dutch title "Schiedam Aromatic IED : flutter: 10 foxes Ch.-tse.2 do Chocolate, 3 do Cont I' _
Limes
,Pineapple, Ginger .Olives.Horse rad.kh.
.in construction,Heryhl. I The circular claims! for thin article Water 2 Ca&ea fine Cut .' i
: WbEFiiIING it unnecessary to remind any i ingula'rjnemberoflhe J JI Schnapps' an eminently Fresh Slamon. arJine3 t:Rttnil. tjress tobacco in tin foil,
'. I- p- 1 2_, Medical profession of the .uprior degree of purity aroma, favorandi B E.CARR. Choice Principe &'., Sugarsat RetaiL .\ -.l. J.n.

1.Ckapicr of Definition I i (tIablihtI {Medical properties vf pure Holland Gin, i f fin II i inedicinaleMcaey, and ofrersno rrOft'l. a gratuitous St. Augustine June 18ih, 1853. E. CARR," f'

ine.-A precious tectal, that is measured by many dihcahee dropsical tendency 1 respectfully( I I supply ofit to any physician. who may feel disposed Mny21.1K., .M-,,,' .l __ __ _

I Ks,1eng&.tS'freight being dependent upbu the iuriujyour (examination too very superior articl', I lu let t thcte claims in abcieniifc and 'rufetiouatt '
J The Florida Hail Road Company.CJ Hair ,.
Illllnnt! : Dye. : _
t r.
trcumstances in which it U taken. manufactured by myself exclusively, at Schiedam in I S .
.-01 JVirlTn \ 3
.. upon 1 1/1 \ .
,, Holland first that l slock in the i-'IoriJa Kail Road Company, that .
; -- Iuilt4 It U flavored and medicated not by the common use Gin as a rnetlicinenanirly\: instantaneous and I permanent > t 1 .

I rNl'7lThe language in which the book of I hardi berry but by the choice botanical variety of I vrhen pure it ia absolutely invaluable &nd pot to be a meeting of said 8ubvriber< heretofore ndvrtisfd Dye and no trouble' See directions. It iswarrant- ,
& the Aromatic Italian Juniper Berry whose more exchanged for any other! remedy known to the profession -. for the 13ih June inst., is po"pohed to the 12th July! ed'and if not satisfactory to be returned. It dies either .-
Kature written .who translate it ,
,; they ci.n are vinous extract Udutilled and rectified with its ,phil- in mi ny complaintsboth acute and clnonic ; next and that a meeting of said subscribers will black or brown as desired try,it. '
cIUedpotL' eolyelt.nnd thuhecomeu concentrated tincture, I. secondly that'amid'ihe multitude of ill made or adulterated be neld for the purpose of Electing Directors of paid B. E. CARR."I _

:, 11 /rJIlor1al, oimond upon which the filewa4tes'1t&elf of exquisite flavor and aroma.altogether transcendent 1 liquors with' which this couniiy aLo.nds, a Company on Tuesday the twelfth I2tlijay) gf July May _14, 1853. i
; t
'fA .without making an im. i in iu cordial and medicinal properties any Holland: i pure Holland Gin is scarcely to be obtained: at any next at 12 o'clock at ,noon, at the Bufllngton Hotel 'Zli. -_ -

1 TtIQfl. (Gin heretofore knowu. ., price ; and thirdly that;he ,radical impurities of any in the town ot Jacksonville' in pursuance of the act of lacking Yamirfi, &c.Macons Shoe .

I rCII t T ,gum vliicli gives content, Mrhe- Amid (he influx of inferior distillations with which inferior spurious gin consist. first of the hydrated incorporation.: "'- S '. ,- ... ,. u p blacking. Mason sb.oo'ortiiab,ilmets Varnish. _

lit- tber one dollar or one million. the market ft now flooded, physicians find no little t oxide of Amyl, a poi,riJUS' oil. more commonly June. 1st.. 1853. .,_" ;' 1',. ,".' ,'".I,"' .-" .' Rubber blacking; FJhOir' Neats. foot Oil. at _
M }l"rJ. 4.\ ,1lHiUerflj', which, when ;pur- difficuIY: in procuring a'gyod and pure Gin 'hich known Fotat6vpirlt' Fousel oil, or Atuilic Arco C. A, i'e'a .: retail. > :' B. El:.C. RR. '

$ I wajii jiwt beyond yonr grasp. | th'/ caa.prcMfribe wiih confiJi'nce in Us beneficial hoi j and eecpndly,' of tie heavier of the two essential I. 1 1. .BaoNsos, ..5 Y the La'1tlldrStarcb' .
. tlt_ 1iC 4o ai. itljvtnnjrTdlsfil upon effects. JAa an Wportor of twer.ty years standing. I oils of Junier instead of the lighter-which impurities JOSEPH FIXSEGAX, 1 .i I.It For with polish for
starch will
, tie, ciiyofNew Yoik. and posA-ssing a matured ex- usually result from the mercenary xyetrm of A. MJ REED, \ common 'give linen a _
\ beautiful
CtnlllnQntrl. :
; ivory B. I F.. CAR
did'6t appearance. ,
Light m'br'\'n, which trw pcrunce ill-llienianufaciuie of HoLtiND Gi.v e"Plei. t nnexce.; ive destination of the materials employed JOHN'.G. REAKDOX, i. _ _ _.. _> 4 I.1 I- .
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ObfUre it with a veil of wn, would dispense ally! J beg to submit to your attention my AROMATIC I resolve to accept of Mr. Udolpho Wolfe's challenge, (?EO. R. FAIKEAXKS, \ tone LIDle 'for,"white wa8hiugHyery' / \ ''S

stab radiance would tnake it bliss to close our Sea.EDAM: ,Sca.';_?'$ ns oni which cannot fail to and put his "Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps" the TnosP. KENNEDY, J I K.7 aLo. White wath Brushes, Coloring paints. Alum -. \ .-

.- eyc to phr..iaLllight for iu enjoyment realize )our tit mUtt expectations, and I *liall be happy test <>f rigid nnallyeu. And 1 was induced to do this JohN:'JACKSOX. : CopperpB,'Glue.; oce. , I :

, I toJU_:Eraporation: from the mind of great to forward to you a buttle of jl.fCl'e of :horgl',in answer notwithstanding |he proprietor's long standing and June 11. : y April 30th 1W53. B ,E, CARR., ',. _
to a lctu.r intimating: readnesa to ace.'it K-puted re.-peciability as an importer because the pu- ,
1. &en tondcnsod IRO as to bo perceptible of the your Ii S S
. I it. rliy ot gin above that of every other Fhirltuous Ii- Alex. C. Barr)"'" Trico- Extracts from Proceedings of City .
1 kDt of the multitude. It is now scarcely one year since I have pjepired t qitor employed ia medical ll'l actice is of the most ] Professor OR MEDICATED CoMrorxn, for Council. : I I, .
t Uf* A niaskoj ball where in trurging I
and ilUuiliiitrd! my lm DuI Gix exclusively for vital consequence to the community inasmuch us its Cc.'nulifyinvCurliug, Preserving Rtstoring nnd following Resolutions were then severally -

tferoujth the crown, and trying to penetrate the n.eJicinal purposes ; yet ,within that buef periodI f subject to two distinct causes t-f pernicious inipuriiy ritrengthening the Hair Relieving diseases of the- TIlE and adopted, namely : ,
--i:: difigotee of our nel ibor, we art apt to forgvt our Lave received nUt f'rnu31t'lh'r-l. oih from pjiysicinnsanJ namely-; the interior oUof Juniper as well as !?kin, Curing Rheumatic Jnin8,and Healing External : ;

t own art,'unto the warning light warn us of the patient, testifying: to its really extraordinary the Fou8l'lliI. 1 found moreover lhe: "Aromatic Wounds. Bounded by no geographical lines, Resolution 1st. ;. I_ _

,; o.ttt.rl' I rlficacy in GraveL Incipient lropyand afiVctiond of Schnapps" strongly recotuendet by a physician end the reputa'tion nf BARRY'S TcicoritERora pervades Resolved by the Mayor and Aldermen Council I' -
'
> -. A will 'w.iicruf 1 iutluence than Dr, I). .M I. Reese, of conre/ied-That the Ordinance prohibiting bathing +
'ft looking-glsRg which we the IC-duejs nn -ladder gtneicflyplnrtin Dyspeptic no (es the"Union.. The sales of the article of late years _
, U' Mt betiere reflect one's own dt-styiv, until weAn :Maladies) uiu-n takenin proper quantities aa a Diet jhe New York Medical Gazette and bv many of have! increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belief. within certain limits then in sprcified, pasted the "

..-1 1 r Wve bought itjJ..JT Drink and erpeclally! dinner i U foundry,: uniform. the mot eminent members of the profession, who I Professor Barry, after a careful examination of hissales' :31et of July 1843 be amended by inserting immediately -' ',. :

rr'- .. experience to be eminently rfTicocious- in the mostob.tinnte : nai no reason to tupjwse had obtained any other I book,'finds that the numl.fr of bottles delivered niter the word "bathe" in :he second line of .'

J I ; 'Dying D'e larDUou". cnrt-g, when #vf.-n the beft of the usual lemedi than. empirucle evidence of its pharmaceutical purity to order, in quantities of fiom half gross upward the first section thereof, the following : except -
,
bi i quesftoa of evidence ri inI' ,s have failed to tit,Til, more than tempurary relief: 21 n value I therefore resolved to inform medical during the year 1852 was within a trifle of within the enclosure or walls of a regvlar and deeently -< :I ,,
taterestiug
I and I tla110 doulti (Liit it wuulJ yield similar! i emits mep at lraatf>r the fake of Iht.public! at large.oft he. I 950,000.It constructed Bathing Haute and it was like- ,
j'Mr.Jin trial of l oiats Oasey f,r tie murdorof vithprerisiSuNiud certainty in your own rruf"lkional remits of my iuvcatigafion.wlieiher/ they proved favorable is unnecessary to present at length the evidences wise Resolved, that said Ordinance, be further 10' !

JUtm Taylor and hiJi wife, lias recently been 'Xjlt'fI'nct',"' !, or otherwise to the character of, the article, of the wonderful properit ies of the Tricophe- amended anti aht'rt'd.'u to read thus, '(to wit)' any* .

I' !j. *WM dby the Superior Court of ilassaehusctts, Th" Aromatic ScI t'Jl1n: Schanpps is put up intltrtln an4 the interest outs proprietor. rous, when the puplic have, furnished such an.in. person violating this section of this! ordinance, shall \ 1 i ion IResolution

.., ',\ silting atffkst Cambridge. !! tOtIltS'fltS, JiUdfluait"", neatly boverVd, und Those results ate as follows : Searching first for dorsement as (hii'. /The cheapness of the article conviction before the Mayor, if a white person, r _

Mrs Taylor, when found, was speechless and. luUelleJvitli niy name embossed on the bottle also iheoi1: Juniper, by distilbtion. obtained an oil, and the exihanatiigiven of its chemical action forfeit and pay for the first ofTencea fiqe nf Five. .

If p mortal, wounded but remained conscious till a fac simile
4berdeuTh.'I' She was requested the physicians uu the cork with an essay upi'o its propel ti.-n.UDOLPHO was, 832,and whose boiling point was 313 degrees, upon 1 irritationyfirst recommended! it to,the attentionof lection of aid Mae and for each eu bSlf'qutnt.oft'eace' _

i reseat to squeeze their hands if Casey wa* the WOLFE. nor did successive redUtillaiion yield any oil of greater the people, This was all that the inventot de a fine of Ten dollars with costs as aforesaid and If '" ,

i q \L Kftb who committed the deed. She gave the Importer 22! Beaver Ftreet New Yoik. gravity, or.cf any qiher kind whatever. The sired. Every bottle advei used itself. The effects a negro or mulatto on conviction ehall trt'tpaaa.- ',

2" Mf w directed S Extract*from the New York Medical Gazette and same quantity of coinmoa Holland Gin, to called o! the fluid exceeded expectation. It actt'd .like achat'i gainst this ordinance the offender shall receive twen- ''" > I

4 Te test her msntal consciousness and sanity Journul of Health edited hy D- M. Reese,. SI. D. yielded an excessive amen by redistillation, of oil >! The ladies would not be without i it.(( Coun., ty-five stripes en the bare back S t4
- 0 T. D..775 Rr'IlIlw.Octubel. IfU lt52: weighing 0,871 with.the boiling point of 542 degrees: 3d.
ahe. asked other questions, which she was I. try.t'nlt'rs ia every section ot the United States' I
. i di itejd. to answer by the same sign, when the JIOLL.tNI) GIX AS A MEDICINE.In the lighter oil having prrvloulypassed of Mr.Vfile's over. This fomid they must have it; antI thus was built up a'wholesale Resulted That hereafter, until otherwise prom.I .

r."aae was affirmative, and to desist from our last number we accompanied the'publica on was conclusive as the mperioriiy gin ( trade of an extent hitherto unheard of as I dcd.a tax of six and a quarter cents per day be levied .
the
aakth sign when the was negative of a circular this subject, from our feflow-citken, in relation the oil of 1 uuipt'r,upon which aroma, regards article* of this kind. The.highest point hns and collected for each stall in the Fish market used Rand
response diuretic and medicinal pwpeitiesofevcykind
,j The byskians were entirely satisfied from, theflhltnation Udolpho Wolfe, E q., with a brie, mmntary expressive flavor and / I, not yet been reached and it is believed that the I occupied in tie vending of rub ; and it is here-
,
; of our own views. Since thep we have of gin essentially dependt y sales this year will be a million and a half of bottles. I by. made the duty of the City Marshal to examine
\-. t that the dying woman 'vas in full been employing ih.'s: .agent, and thus far with favora- I As to the Fousel; oil,with which all inferior spirituous Depot and Manufactory,No. 137 Broadway,New I all fish brought to the'market and (with this concurrence ,

Poa _! or her mental faculties. ble rcfult But we are in the receipt of.eeveral liquors are more or lersimpregnatedtnd which York. Retail price 25 cents, a large Lottie. I of any two discreet and disinterested persons, -
.The question was rawed, whether the answers the from medical renders them poisonoua in the exact ratio' m which Liberal dUcouut to purchasers by the quantitv
communications on subject men, I M hotn he may select to unite with him in any exam
A1 mea byjugQt as above-wp e admtssablo in evi- whih serve to thpw that )Ir. Wulf '. Aromatic they are. imbibed-which causes such liquors to intoxicate Sold by aU the principal merchant and druggists 1 tion he may make) ehall condemn aU such fish u .

,. dee, *s the dying declarations of tile deceased. t-chiedam Schnapps! is very extensively in use, and when others do' not,and created that morbid throughout the United States and Canada, Mexico, I I fl3tOI' reb' ind-'* u-urfr-Ul use-and from aDd '

The court ruled that they were' admissible, butautitntbejut.u m the hands cf physicians, is proving itself as a insatiable appetite for undue indulgence, with ali it" West Indies, Great Britain, France, &:. evil honey ate andjerisbn, no sale offish" :
of .
the friends IoDd .
to the full amountof credit e'ninetuly successful after deplorable! ,consequences of which n"J ;
stimulating diurelic to be Junellie52. Thetr :
I to be attached to the evidence. 'S other medication with this intent bad been. tried, in temperance. and philanthropy justly! of complain for, 1_._=wnt cood mnznneT."Cfl1A.P Iseti IICrethYscII| ; J74WtiIth0 '..\' -It Itmay'be'esent
that and fastidiousness taste,
J'itrad.cf sauety I the PP'n
vain. Ia one ofthe cases thus reportt'dabdomlnlic I in CASH S'fOiti w- andperf death .IS hereby d .
ca6th&io 4'WhAf. cured the of rinkers Of pore liquors Ire"dbdog'Ufbedl JI.RAudren.TJllcapCCtfully -S the -
.' tj ,ilivpjy! has been BLO necessity .appiI l with I id,'acrid, asihmatical Fousel) oil, 1 found nofUt ittt'.J""nIC'1d'-not entitling pur- ,
[.. ladlf" *&.> aress. ;t to' I1nl7".. 1 I[averted ; and ia another distressing cart ol craYcall1'd \ll*- -Mr.VuIfe's mnedicInalgin, althtugh I repeatedly solicits the attention of his I, f"eftisV i'd aj preference over any other individoal

,wp3'n tpianoS a bai been entirely removed by the passage tested various quantities 'of it with the I: JrtL Inends and the public in general to his stockof at and after the ringing of said'bell -

hJ e1 Italian Spanish, or Gcr-! (.f a calculus! oi consideruble size which is ascribed calcium the usual which soreadily Heady Bade Clothing! sui'abe! for the and propose fur any fuh! he may see aod desire U\. '." .
chloride of by process '
I BOA i straeefi at the tcatablel'fA to the us3 of only two bottlts of this article. detects and,obtains it in the ordinary spirituous season ; a portion of which has been made! up in Ilurcba and any person felling fish eithe'r openly I.

W. iN 1 thing to waltz and flirt with We know not !the object of Mr. Wolfe ii; ..design Lquors.Accordingly. Ait city; and for style and durability, cf workman; or covertly contrary to the nttD('and meaniog'of

to take t lady to the theatre to laugh at, to make ating his preparation by the singularly uneupnonious I feel bound to say that I regard this ship, is inferior to none to be found in any market. this interdiction emil on conviction before the Mayor ;
norofhif denominatingit m his be fined in : the value of fish sold ,
of"t'chcnapps: t-f the stock quadruple any so i
rUB name I The : fc
Ih 'concentrsted Tincture jumper him with prosecution."L'ttolred
costs "
by ; .
advertisement and Sncks -
Black Frocks :
to It is indebted Drap-Dete
keep comfortable! 'What is of
one warm and of its ancient tittle o(Holland and deserving medcalpatrousge. That his Honr. the Mayor, be .. '
instead perpetuating select Linen Duck Drill and Fancy Linen Frock and Sacks, veques- ;
"fer sound and
j
I 'Afbta,* fechottJsche a dance that oneaut Gin. It i* true that he admits it to be no'bing fo its superiority, I doubt not; to method of India Grass Silk! and Brown Linen Sacks, ted to invite the attention of Lieut. M. L- Smith, of i

; whirl through' as last as possible, and with elM than the latter articlein Us pure state,unadnltet- materials,and'which to that leaves peculiarly the heavier accurate and less volatile Black and Colored Alpaca Frocks and Sacks 4 the United States Topographical Engineer Corp

gvett PIe Vf&tb dcathf 4nXh'mrTmto ated by noxious drugs: .and hence he contradistinguishes distillation Pants of Fancy French CassiinereBlack Doe Skin now in this City and (who it is understood Is ona t -
the
both of and the berrybehindin
-4 eon1ig th is unfashionable talk of to is from Gin of commerce, neatly all of which esstptial oilav barley for the Cassimere- .Black! Drap Dete and Spring Tweed tour of Canal Survey ;jn. our State) to the ground .

\peak or truMjer 9t to think or meditate of so as is well knowfr. is manufactured here and else 1 I i the still. This his aka is sufficient other to account but in regardto Cassimere.Wh.te Duck,Fancy Linen Drill, together intervening between the head of Matanza River,and .... ''

S the lea'. said about the better,' *What where from inferior whifcky and refuse drugs. The refined roma of above of_ the Italian gins Juniper; beriy, with a large lot of Cotton Drill and duck pants, Mnith's Creek the head of Halifax Biy r, at "Bu- rt

il1rOIDaQ The melody the human duet a name he has given! Itl I owever may serve the purpose [ the special. qualtie in his ciicular I for terrains wear. lows Haulover and 'lo ask that he willf eowtmt ., ,'t'fI
of which the manufacturer.f peaks
fw a coin, a pearl of great price, which educator of c1uillna st his; article as prepared .:exclusively for have chemi. .knowledge, nor wherein its lighteroil I Vests of Black! Satin. Black Barathea and Fancy I with his other arrangements; examine the umewhxh :.. '

S and learned mea'plate over with silver.' medical purpose a land thus commend. to physician differ no twin that of the Juniperui communit. I j T i SilK,. Fancy and White Marsaille Figured and a view to ascertain the practicability of opening a. y

for whose convenience. it ii on sale only. by reputable find that the oil oi both. polarizes to the left, and : Stripe Linens. Also, a large Stock of furnishing water communication. connect those two ,poitns ,' .
pure .
drufgistiand apothecaries.As Gloves Cravats and r'port to tCiry Council the Je of bi..exIf
A learned young lady, the other evening, aspW -, : ppects it4 medicinal and curative effi'.ts, we yit'Ids, wiih hydrochloric acid a liquid camphor. t Good, t'UCh:15 ihirt: Stocks Silk and Su'jsenders.Cotton'Socks and !' ammatJon.o.. ,..4S l

.Company by asking for the loan of "adunutve understand hiai .o claim only that it is a pure and This acid being in the ttioufch as a principal this com silk Collars and, Gingham!, Stripe Umbrella, etc. etc. 1 G.HUMPHEYS, 'Major .;)!) --
(,f the gastric juice.probably creates material t
srgenteua truncated cone, convex reliable article of'Holland Gin, and as sueh worthy ponent .
on .. :'and seiniperferatod with symme- or the confidence of physicians in those diseases for fiom the oil and readers it the valuable diiTume Claret Wine 4.. 'lax CCJII caor" Sale. .t".
and will
;stimulant for which it was formerly, probably S '.
t.ricp1! iadentationa She wanted thimble. which they are wont to prescribe it.-and have hither bottled law I .
,again be renowned. very superior Claret Wine in quarts ByFinue of the power ves'ed in.me by I
to only been restrained b, 1indin it impracticable to I: conbequently irgard Mr. Wolfs "Schiedam A and pints also 10 boxes Claret Wine,Imported for sale before the Court House f ia' '"1_ .

p ::, :OBITUARY: obtain the article }n a pure state. Nor should the any Aromatic, ochnipps" as a valuable: accession to our Sberrv, Madeira and Port Wine Cordial. scotch Palatka.on thefirst ilonday of July next,the follow"- ,
prejudice against jalcoholic medicine deprive of iu Ale Porter PhiladelphiaAle and Porter, Congress ing described property otto much thereof will pay I'
bUarmaceutical! agent, to faY nothing comparative .
t I., S benefit of this article,which from time .Tt ,
\ afBictedof the otherDran'd the taxesandnectsasryexiitnledae' -
and A and
S ianocaoueneas those who ue distilled Ii- Water Choice Principe Sugars, romantic state county
L he remedial .. .
bas beJd' its place among I
immemoral Snuff
Dew Smoking thereon wit. '
To traveling in the Hon TobaccoI"ipes to
beverage. y
< as a persons 1
of the Ma,erSa Medics, if itbe found worthy qours halfSisnd the other half 3d rate :
9t2
agencies
."outhweet, where.the best water frequently produces Leaf and Cut Tobacco. acres one
I confidence by continued experience. distressing and sometimes even 'dangerous effects I' B. E. CARR. land double taxed granted to the Heirs of Thomas ;

At*U ev.ents'those who persist in the employMent unaccustomed to them I should thinkit St. Augustine June 4th 1853. Forbes advertised Jor nonpayment of taxes for the :f :
other alcoholic medicines, as line upon pmoos ,
of
and toleration would be a good precautionary provision.as a year 1652; being section 3S private surveys In townr
.tares bitters &*? and especially those who prescribe counteractive or' preventive of those effects, when >"". S. DOHTALDSO.Y. ship 9 range 25 and 26.oonnded North by public tandk
Gia under any circumstances! all unite in giving South by lands of the Heirs of William Pantoft, Eau- 'f -
the manifold mixed in moderate quantities. At all events, it is .determined to make St. Augustine
the to a pure article over ; HATING lands and We .b public lands. IUnle4 -'
preference the possibleauicle Holland Gin heretofore .residence offers his sevicea to by public & ,
the market. Mr. Wolfe\ purest I
rife i id
a're
adulterations : 1 Teacher of Vocal taxes and expenses paid before day ofsale.
with a sample bottle for unobtainable and as such may be safely prescribed thi Ladies and Gentlemen as a

iibt'rallysuppUe.! and trial physicians, a* tet forth in his circular, ends by physicians; and Instrumental Music. sheriff and ex-off 4
R T BOYD
analysis
th
MuTT M. D. Qffi"
DAVID L. Piano Fortes tuned and repaired. at .
D1fl44fl tiA city on Friday the 170r, inst,,. akM the IrpaCation of the remedy upan ihe Innocence Vlwrraaceofcil Chemist. j Planters Jluttl S 'r.e.Ai-Z:- 'S .- .- .
aftrrn of Holland Gin when 5- -r
his
along and Mr JOHN & efficiency ;
- painful illness CAR ,safety api< ;g.'a. -
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1 1!!, t aath-e ofthln plat*, aged 63 years. ffl under medical. ,-1 advice. and pledges. .his. ownI I J, af.18ib 9f B :,, -.r -; S r. .. ". ---S. A. -

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r i CWf HoteL'' OB Charlotte and Bay Street a'few' -'" vspresent! season is now ready for to wit. _UNITED: STATES. due thereon to wit. j
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"! f doors South EMI. of the Publie Square. ot Company. FAMILIES .AND 250: acres 3d rate land granted to Acosta doable t MMBB Mo Hv H MV a M H M o BMBW 803 acre 3d rate land/granted t*E. hlndnslJ.i'
OFFICERS.
j, t ;/ Pltnter&Ibicl.' On Charlotte Street and Treasury TRANSIENT reception BOARDERS have : taxed advertised for nonpayment of taxes for the ble taxed and advertised for nonpayment of taxes for

,i 'I. ": Lane'north of the Public Square,annexed,.to the can spacious year 1852 being In township 11 range 26 and bounded HEXRT C. CARET, President, WILLIAM D. KELLET the year 1852. lying partly in township 13 range 85 4

I 1// Fletidt House. : ;ii Apartments. North. South aad East by public lands aud West Vice President EOWAKD P. JIcrciiELL TrI.ner. ,,'- and partly in township 12 range 26,and bounded J.

: i *. .BOARDING! HOUSES* Rooms Airy Clean, and IfeatHCM by the River St. Johns. E. II. tTLU. Recording Secretary North by public lands.South by the River St. Jehus ." '.
i ilftdf furnished handsomely.Nothing .- GEORGE W.DEWEY Corfetprnding See.MANAGERS and of Wm. Gardner'. East
gnnt .
by
,I t I. Miss FMi" On St. George Street a few.doors; 'Vnutlu Also. public had 1'l\:
: ;; -00- and iVest by the River St. Johns.
ofth Hor. and Public Square.G. !J;
I. South Court e .
; in 12 .
land
acrrsSJ being township
170 rate
is well known range : Unless taxes ant .
and The House as being re ently expenses are paid before,, of
t of Ba
N. Pppy. On Bay street. corner r
26 North South and East by public ..lands
bounded
I I Garden Lane. ., : !' Built, Expressly with a view to the accom- ; Joint Sartain, Charles Toppan, James S. Wallace sale,
; -.-". nOCTotts.I'; I I IDoet. I. odution ot' Invalid nnd others, being entirely and West by the St. John River. Charles Macolester E. II. Butler Henry S.Patterson R. T. BOYD Sheriff and ex-off. ,. -1': '

I .! i > built of Womi with Rooms connecting, Folding Also. M. D., Charles G. Leland! William D. Ixrw. Tax, Assessor and Collector i. c. ,
ft Weedon. ()ffiee\* Dwelling' 1 jlouzeIHrittgeStrtt Doors; &c., which renders it Free from 232 acres 3d rate land being in township 13 range is. Joseph D. Stewart,M. D., Ed win R. Gopt, l'alatka.JI\D.h..If153. .

.. I t i {I.. I Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows 37 and bounded North by public lands. South and Fdward I'. Mitchell John S. Hart A. M.. .,

: :I DocI.f.Ais'E.; Peck<; pfhc$ on St. George Street. thro h.opcning' on Piazza Promenade 'fwo West by the River sjt. Johns and .!ast public lands. James I.. Cla!:horn. Tax Collector Sale.
:
I few doors, North of i1eCoa&11oiie.* : F Protection Unless taxes and expenses are paid !before day of 1p Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I
Hundred from Rainy Cold
r j ,; DRUGGIST.;! 1 :.,. ct. Member. for the Year I
j I' : ; I > asle. Every I 51, shall expose for safe before the Court House j in 4
I I Jun.?C.Zf Z'rrv"" heraTst' and Druggest.Chsrlotteglreet. I Wiijds&c., forming a desirable RETREAT from R. T. BOYD sheriff and ex-off. j Will receive, for each :Subscription of FIVE DOLLARS Palatka.-on the first Monday of July next, the fol-

4 0 h. I .- S. ,'I i iLAWYERS. 1 confinement at nil seasons of the .)'car.i .- Tax Assessor and Collector r. c. a print of lowing described property or so much thereof as wilt
I situuted Sojth in '
The central
J I '4r j jujaellor i Blouse is facing Palntka.Jan. 1st,. 1853. HUNTINGTON'3 "CHRISTIANA AND HER pay the state and county taxes and the necessary ex
I .
I position and retired from other Dwellings.The CHILDREN" pense! due thereon to wit. '- 15

.' I B. B. &../d. .J' .at Law-office on Ar- House!: domains 45 Rooms. with additional Tax Collector Sale, Engraved ly JOSEPH ANDREWS Boston | '15O acres 3d rate land granted to Wm. Gardner. .

( 1 illery Lane. Pzyiours. During, Setting Uoom ,and con- virtue of the power vested in me by law I AND THE COMPANION, double taxed and advertised for nonpayment cf taxr*
BY
p4 a. A. Putnam. Attorney\ ancLjn I ef or )', "'s general For Accommodation can- expose for saiebefore. the1 Court House in A print aUluntington' "MERCY'S DREAJl.'. for the year I@ra.lying in township 13 range 26aail .

/ at Law.office, Picolalas ', ,, Palatkaon l the first Monday of July nextthe following Engraved fy .A. 1"!. J2ITCJIIE Yew 'IV bounded North and East by E. Iludnal's grant sad -i

r George Jl, PufirUnJfcf/ .Atr-i. .or..l"d.j". '. ; '" Reputation this House described property>> or so much thereof will pay Or the choice of any I wo of the fo lowing South and Wet by the 'River Si. Johns. t

.' '1' .aw-0fficeU>.!nrCoari JJ -;.C .I < k'1L! cquireditwilI beth' the state and county taxes and necesuty expenses due Splendid Engravings.riie(1..P Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day'* _
.
4 .. iOf ih4raierbr.
<* *
t -
"' / thereon, to .wit. ,. sate. *. l '
# A d PL "tpi1BtlC' : turnsti'nnI' 1I 1It :;,;' ( viz : r .;
., FFIC ." a. ... 11&118 heretofore, she re- 2011 acres one half 2d and the other half 3d rate .' ,) ;. s s'b'Knuwl\V1TB| MaZY Qq.l.1.P' !.ft", ..-" Jfc iifc'k.' <;J tri'ndd .

Post Office.: 'L.wrepceAidrea., P:1'ii.1f( -I'.". hnllk5. t'lu"J'uble land double taxed grained to the Heirs of William "8-t,,'..,. int-cl61 Leutze t-rtgratfd by Sartaia. "r: **. ,TIr.JPAlalb. i \ _

,, ., flee in the Court.House, i, will be supplied with choicet Pantom and advertised for nonpayment of taxes for the 2.UCTH AXD HoAx,Painted ly Rothervut,Ekgraredv .?. JaD_ 1st, 18.13., : _

I Surveyor General's Office. John Westcoitt, Sur-I Gnme, Oysters Turtle, Fish, Ducks. Venison year 1852,being section 37 39 and 40, private surveys Sartain. IF 4 -i 1 I Ji It i L y

E \ ''J i re) Generalon Hospital Sireet, orner of Artillery : Turkeys and Shell Fisn; which at this time in township 9 range 25 and 26. and bounded North 3.-M xacr's DREAM,Painted by Huntington,Engraved Tax C'Ztectars &ik.B .

.:] Lane and Hospital Street. >'t' our U'ivers and Forests nbuutul. Two or by public lands and a grant Thomas Forbes Heirs ly Ritchie. virtuof the power feslej in mr by |law I

;, LcRdOffice.-A. T. Nods, Register of, Public: more (Hunters, sporting exclusively fur ;this on the South by public lands, un the East: by public 4.-C JuilTun AND HER CHILDREN,Painted lylluntiuglon shall expose for sate before the Court House it .,

"i 1.lndlt-Office in the Court House. I I House. land and grant of the Heirs or'Thomas Forbes and on Engraved by Andrew I'ilalka on the first Monday of July next the fellow. j

{ I the \V?lIt by public lands. And a copy of thePhiladelphia ing described or IIU tuneli thereof
; Tliot. T, Kessell Receiver, : office in Court: Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing 1 property as will ray r
; Unless taxt-s and are paid before day ol the stale and and
J j j, 11 ouse. : Tackles Boat for Excursion: &c. expenses Art Union Reporter, county taxes necessary expeutrs

1 I. I, I ftdgc of Prolate. (G. Humphrey's Judge,) office :Very Resnecifullv sale. A monthly pnniphlet,containing! a report of the ira us- due thereou, to wit.

in the Court House. t I PROPRlETRUSS. R T BOYD.sh-nffand, actionsot the Institution and information on the I 457:>> acres 3d rate land granted to C. W. Clarke _

I Peter D, Dumos. Clerk Circuit Court office in : -... 'I 1 Assessor and Collector r c subject of the Fine Arts, double taxed and advertised: fo nonpayment of Ujr. .

I jJ I the Court House, r t l c f PdlnlknJJnunry! : 1111. 1853. THROUGHOUT THE I I WHOLE I WOULD. I fur the year 1852 being ;in township 13 27
range
II wish of the Pro- ,
N. B.- i* the
\ fael.tB.fanova.. -$heriffand fu'Cu'lector.of. ; i ('(I- boundetl North, East and West by public fanda" njaouih
I riclrc%. that IheScrntill.* attached Tax Cohlector'ssSale.BY f
!: lice in the Court House. r l The Art"-'Union of Philadelphia: awards prizes in by the Kiver dr; Johns.Unlesalaxea .
Collector./> CU",;,. Paul'lArntsu,' office in to the IlottMliotiId be 'civil, attentive virtue of the power vested in me by law I i its own Cartiucate with which original American and expenses are pad before day

Charlotte streetat his residence near the hole of A. and obliiiintf.: expose for oale before the Court House nrahuLn. works of Art may be purchased in any part oflh U. i sale! *. ** ot

O. Perpall. -, t on the first :Monday of July next the. following :States at the option nnd selection of theprieuii who T. DO YD.sheriff and rx-ofT.

(mjpecor of Cttsloias. Jafnfi A. Mickler. A MAGAZINE OF 1'URE MOIJALS.. i .described property or FO much thereof is will ]pay I may obtain a prize at theAnnual I'I I' Tax Assessor and Collector f.c.

'' I. //. JJronto, J Jge U. S Court Northern the slate and county taxes; and necessary expenses due Distribution, Palatka, January 1st. )185.; ;!.
I II
District of Florida, office in the Court House. PE'rEItsiN's: MAGAZINE. thereon to wit. I (inch takes place on the Ltemng it/the last tceckdry f -- --

!1! G. JK. FG r ..h. Clerk U. S, Court, office in 204 acres 3d rate land double taxed granted to John in etery Year. Tax Collectors Sale.Y .

die Court House iD":: The next and Cheapest/ IIJie$' .1Iaga:; e..fi Middlrlon bring section 40, private' surveys in township THE I -EXECUTiVK: COMMITTEE! i OF THE > virtue of the .
r Deputy Marshal.;. George I. Zelmbaur office in A '" IW.OLU: I t of this: popular periodical will d.range: 27, and bounded on all sides by public ART UNION. B. shall power vesieil' in me Ly law I
sale
for before the Court
; iieUoMrtIIoWIe.. ,! with the mount number for 1853, which lands. expose ilonsefon. 1
commence ,When so requestetselect\ worksof,without chargeor h the first
on Monday of July :the (oUowill.
next
1 1 Ii J' JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Unless taxes and are paid before' day of -
: will l Ill' ready I by the ltof December an J wilt be the expenses I from their described
-t ,', Piukhan1.dic l&Io compensation !: property or so much thereof" a* will
Reuben nt, residence; South sale.
I, matt superb trer fiullislied.The '
FREE GALLIHIY: CIICSNUT STREET{ i
JIO i the Mate and Cuua'y and
pay tax
<>f S(. Francis Barrack. '- I R. T. BOYD. 8h..ritrand ex off; necesoany ex
only Original; Magazine. Vortho!''''' persons in ihe country, who may live remote i penses due thf'feI1P.lo wit. .
'1 G.Humphreys, Notary Pub 1 c-office in the CourtHouse Tax Asess'rand Collector r c
j I. :- I This is now the only Magazine that gives original PalatkaJanuary 1st, Ie53.; front Galleries, ur public exhibitions ot the I I 060 acres 3d rate land.granied to Franct* Rich. -
articles exclusively' ,: Mrs. Ann S. Stephens the editor Fine t\rts. rd. doul-It' taxed l "
I CITY OFF En:;: I i ,. I II ti :: and advertised lor nonpayment of -
I ; lIyor-Glltl Humphreys. I i nnd all the beet American writer, are regular Tax Collectors Sale.B I tuxes f'r th' year I852,.bein f in township 13

I 4 I.i'srenceAndreu,\ > [,, I '1 contributors. More thrilling stories, tales and novels Y virtue of the power vested .jn me by law I Subscriptions! of membership: $:;, shld be made, 2GI; ounJ-d Nonh.' S'outhand Wrst by public nam laa"U
have appeared in this periodical in ihe lout Ira ns earlys practicable, s o a* to endtlmembers of.
Paul Arnau. I.\ 1 1i shall expose! for sale before ill* Court House at : En i by the Ri/rr St. Johns.Unit .
> :I'II ij I:. ue Mtdieis.> 1' .j- years, than in all the others put together. The tone Mdlunville on the 1st Monday July, 1853. the following early numbers of the Reporter.." while will be lore [ -si: taxes and expenses are paid before.. day .c
'I' trlutn.-
Ii Micha'l Uoina. J /I { i is that of the highest moral purity, so that every family described property or so much thetcof as wil" warded upon the receipt of the money" to any part ale "

t I I where there are daughters, should! have it. Receipts the State and anJ the I of the country. R. T. BO YD sheriff
: Clerk of the City C uneil.' A. B. Pll eiy.'office pay county taxes necessary ex and tx. a:
l, .I the Council .room. '. 1 patterns fur embroidery.and everything' useful penses: dur thereon lo wit: The Honorary Secretaries will give receipts for Tax Assessor and Collector r. c.
_
to the pionthly! suhncriIltionsurftIniItanCC' mav lie made to
Marshal the Market John flt.'X. appear 3000 of land situated Ha Palntkn January 1st. 1853.
: ;i City and Clerk of acres near we Creek S DEWIY
.14 .. Andrrn. Colored Fashion here,Only.No 1 belonging. lh,*'!:::tIAle of George Alkinl (: Secretary )
I :: ;PORT WARDENS. other ;Magazine now gives colored steel fashion Unless taxes and expenses arc paid: before day of ui'resJ"mJing Tax Collectors Sale.

1'. C. Zylstra.CuarletHatger'Jos. E.,'l'omnr. plates ns this does letter-press descriptions oc.CIlIfI'Iany sale. ELIJAH WATSON, 210 Chesnul Street, Philadelphia.-----1.-. I, Y virtue of the powerveated in me by law I

.. : I I ( each monthly plate. This is, in fact, the Sheriff and Tax Collector o.c. 8TA- UlLl'l'\- SKCURiTY-PEUI'ETUlTy J shall expose for sale before the Court House'

AUCTIONEER. lex-book of fashion}, and indispensable to all who Enterprise,Orange County Dec. 25JB52. i in IMatka. on the first Monday of July. next, the
,
.._. .. A I
i..h. would know how sodreiuseleganilyyet economically $900.000. following described propertyor .
I or so much thereof a.
Po.Cter.. F. P. Ferreira and, J., A. Sirischa.I It enables Lid to be her Jrcttirtakir.Iuenificcii Tax CIIllecllir' Sale.B : the ando
._ ln1 rii" .> *"'*'* .' every can THE. IHUTUAI LIFE 1SSUflACEe puy state iny taxes and neceaxasr
I
: i.-- ; .1J>. I:1 ,,""MERirANTS4. ".. )I ,? ( Mezzotints and Y' v'rtue ofthe power ,vested in me lyIasv',' I fOl1laANY: due thereon to wit.

? / ;\ l r oilier Cugravfngs. > shall expose for sal. bf"orf'tllt" Court, lionW..iuPalatka .. 1 OFNEW YORK-NO.35 WALLS%.. SJOOO acres 3J rate 'land gianted lo John Brow-

[ :: .11. R. 'Andre Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry The mezzotints and steel engravings, one of which, on'tbe first Monday of July next tli. .follow" JftTET Accumulated Fund Nov. 1st. 1849. $900- ard double taxed and advertised for ir: ;
t. : floods corner -George and Picolata teets. Market iNJ I nonpnyuieat
Bonds and
(;. I Square. f at least appear in: every number are unrivalled forteauty. described property so much thereof. will pay the 000securely) invested in Mortgage taxes for the year 1859, beiag j veeiiwii 4U .aU it.

Uurlinzame ; In illustrations, as well| as reading matter, state and county taxes and the necesvary expenses due on real estate in this city and Brooklyn and stocks South half of a 4000 acre tract lyiag in .township IIange '.
; & Howk Corner of St. George t
York and" United
thereon, to wit. oflhe State; and City of New r 27. The whole
"' A ud Treasury! :Lane.. i indeed this Magazine is without an equal. In fact ) tract u bounded on all! iiJr.
P Burroughs Carr. Wholesale and Retail dealer this is the only illustrated Magazine in the country ]: 02 acres ihird rate land granted to )J. S. Dex- States Government. by rublic lands.

(,f fir.u quality Family Groceries of all! kinds Lipors which has steadily increased in cir vlaiioit etery ter, double taxed and adveiiiaet for nonpayment o* I This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely exten. t tI Unless taxes and expenses are pawl before day of

fcc.it >!o.!2 East side Charlotte .Street Norllijf ye which proves how superior it ij.Terms ., taxes for the year 1852. being in township lii range I I ded and prosperous business. sale. -
'J dividend ol of ill-
The declared profits
:. the Pblieiquae. \ -Cheapest! of A II. 26 l bounded North East and West by.public Junds Company a R. T. BOYD iheriff .d ex-off.
:
and So.utb by the River M. Johns. ty-two percent on al|! existing policies the 31st Tax AsKffwor and Collector .
t $ Uro.-" Burl, Dealer in'Staple and Fancy Dry One copy) for one year. 2 dollu ; for three copies Sollar' January, 1843. Palatka January IS3. re.

'. I roodi'West, side> of Charlotte street a few doors d ; for five copies 7 dollars and fifty cents ;' Unless. taxes and expensea'ire paid before. Jay". ,ofsale. All the Profit arc divided among bl.I

V .South; |i.Treasury! Lane. for eight copies 10 dollars ; fur sixteen copies i2U dol the Iu ul'ect. Tax Collectors ',ate.
.. R. T. Slieriffand ofllcio
-4 **th .V. JV'dtn4R. Wholesale and Retail dealer l lars. BqYD. ex cash
The payable in annually,semjnnually. -
premiums are
, 4 $ Dry Goods d Groceries.. Grocery store on the P51MIUMS; : FOR CLUBS.-To repay peiPons get- Tar Assessor und Collectox p. c.ralatkn. or quarterly interest being added on the B Y virtue of the power vesi.I in me by law I

;. 4 Uround floor of the City .Hotel-Dry Goods Store. ling up Clubs, (he following splendid Premiums will January let, 1853.; deferred shall expo** forMic before the Court Iliuse in.

; Charlotte street, Howard' Building. lie given :-For a club of three or five, a )premium 'i'ax Collector's .Sale*, cash payments.The principle adopted by this Company secures I'ilaika on the first Monday of July next the fol-
r I Misses S. & ff., Pinkham. Dealers in Fancy Iii; 24 inches--a lowing described property or so muck thereof will
; )plate, by magnificent offer.I For a to the parties for whose. benefit the insurancesare
i j (ioodsi &c |opposite the Planters ''llbtel on East club of eight, a copy of the .Magazine for 1P52./ For BY virtue of the power vested in inc by law I I[ \ effected the whole of the advantages, without pay the state and county taxes aiuL, necesmy expenses -
.ideofCharjoucsireet.] shall'expose foi rale before the Court Jloue in due thereon to wj*.
a club of sixteen, an extra copy for Id53 and a premium subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated
i I 'I Pedra Senet Dealerin Groceries Provisions,&..c.cornerj plate iu addition PaUtka.on the first Monday of July) next,the following premium notes. A piece ofiand in the Town of Palaik*. known or

L i of Cuna and St.: George street./!/ AJdlt'Icd.11ost.pnid.lo described )property or so much thereof will p!y, Personsinu) effect insuranc* on their own !lives designated on the map of aaid Town a. Block N..

F. '/. &iinty. Watch maker and Jeweler on CHARLES J. 1)OTFrrSO0. : the state nnd county taxes and necessary expenses' du( and the lives of others. A married woman can in-I I 22! bounded East by .2d street West by 3d streM,

'." I/i I George srreet. nearly opposite office of/Dr. Peck. ) :\ !PS/ Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. .ihereon.to wit cure the life of her husband, the benefits of which are i South by mnins'reei.and North oy madison street.siip.posed -

: ... : I: Tins ffelua. Retailer of Boots, Shoes Caps!! :- I 790 acres 3d rate land granted to th. Heirs of I secured! by law for the exclusive use of herself or chil- I: to be owned Vnudenbur* Giles & Hoffman.
I lIata and Dry Goods, east side Charlottee street, TO 1.-lt.E laLl'I'EltS., Tllomas Fitch and advertised for nonpayment of taxes dren. i Unless taxrs&nd: expenses are paid. bHbre darof.

ii -ornf( of Charlotte street. and Treasury Larit.Ltwrence for the 1852 being i section 42 of private I i sae.
r I : Valuable Tract* of Land fur Sale. year turveys Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries ;
I Andrea. Tailor' Charlotte street in township 12 26 and bounded North I i R. 'f. BOYD.slieri/Taml
; r 1I1 subscriber as Agent ol the several range by are specially invited ro avuii thein&elvrs of a resource e.ofl:
ihe Fort owners
: near 1' Michael the Ocklawaha 'J'ax
Cros.hy'ttgrantSoutbby Kiver. A4sts.of
L famiUs be secured and Collector
their
offers fur sale some of the valuable lands II whereby surviving may P. c.
F John 'Uin. Boot maker Charlotte street mosi .
near Ens: by the: River St. Johns and Wtt l Iy grant of the evils Pnlitka JamiMpy hl.I it3.
ill East rom ofptnury.
the; CUT Hotel Florida, to wit : Michael I -- ---, -- .
--
--
Crosby.Unless -
8UO valuable hammock land Pamphlets explanatory of the principles Mutual:
West ofFIem- I
Michael.\ : Nelligan-Cabinet Maker Charlotte 'fox
taxes and of Collector
expenses arc paid btfore(111Y Life Insurance and < with Sale.
: clrt't .1M''ow Temperance Hall.Btrtolo tngton, known ns the Gihbs Lands: Marion Co., illustrating Its advantages
: .
1100 s forms applicationmay be obtained at the office 01 virtue of the power Yrl\tl'j in f
[ acres near the Alachua known BY me bylaw
Lveros. Black Smith and Gun Smith Savanna as
: R. T. BOYD, sheriff nnd e-off ?
b the Carey Grunt the Company, 35 Wall tit.; or of any of its agents exu-we for*iltf before the Court Hou ri*
f I uear North Gate of the '
,
City. Tax Assessor nnd Collector r. c, I'llatka.on the first
:
1400 acres in Son Feiasco Hammock near New- TRUSTEES.: Monday ot July next.the follow

t: -. 11.t/ lin, lIlt,. Liquors-and Refreshments by nansville. known-ns Lawton Lands. Palatka. Jan. 1st. 1853.TUITION.: los B.Collins. David C Colden, lug inscribed properly or so morh thereof a a will pay'

(,. .. .... Bt3dier City Hotel/ Several thousand acres good and in the Arre- ., 7fp Wm 1. Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, the state and county bUll and MeCCUUry'C'xpea! ** .
i. It Win Bells due thereon to wit. "
f dondo Grant. Jl1\rcCurr'y. ,
Plil pO"Iu. Kelailer Refreshments i '
Liquors, ,
ftc., / Charlotte street, oppbrite ridier'. Bowling 7000 ncres on, Halifax River, South of St. Augustine JL HE friends Subscriber has been at induced the request to undertake.of many the of tui his Ered Winston Joseph! Blunt. I A piece ofiand in the Town of Pabtka known or .

.Alle ij ,known as the Bulow Plantation having 800 lion of C W Faber, Isaac G Pearoi. designated on a map or plat of said town a*the North,
: acres of open land suitable for cane and cotton" a 1iisiitedtunberfPupiIs. He 'lierefore con John P Yelverton Henry Wells, half ol Block No. 23. bounded South by the South

: j I. r; STAGE OFFICE. And several other bodies' of hammock land on day templates of December opening rut School I1t the on house Wednesday recently occupied the first 'Stacy Theo Sedgwick Win Zebedee Moore halfol said| Block. East by 2d street, Wet by 31'

f ; O./fe.I' 3. Picolata Mail Stage. Bridier's nnigabteowlters.I law office W. A. Collins Cook, Street Norll&Ly main street owned by the hells .,f
,' I City The titles are undoubted and terms low-.Apply asa by Forward Esq:, adjoining. John II Swift, JonaMiller, J. Phillips
Hotel.. the residence of Judge E. B. Gould.. John Wadsworth
to CEO. It. FAIRBANKS David A Comstock Unless axes and
I 'I I. expenses are paid before Jay of
He will teach all the '
i Elementary branches of
an S M Cornell Robert
Feb 28 1852 sale.
:. '"I': tit. Augustin-Florida. Shuyler
liiT" S I .1..... '. 'CHUaCU;,. ., I ,....;_...r,a: m4ft.,,, '' .- English Education, v %.-Spelling, Reading Writing Gouv M Wilkins! James Chambers, R.T. BOYD sheriff and e -off. -
B. '.. ,1..u .a., and Arithmetic.
.ic1..Mo School Book.
u r- JobnVLPruyn Joseph Tuckerman
ne Tax
ul reo Assessor
and Collector
% t 44U1. Oa atJ. Geprgi,' lri :i.i 'jCewr and Atlas "foodhride" lie will also g&einstruetions in the theory 'of Surveying Fred Whittlesey Moses II GrinndL Palatka!, P. t.
juare.1 .. n nI ,:e", ,1.. do Navigation and Mensuration. >: Januay 1st, 1653.
)arles Ely. Wm J .
: ; .OthUItbDCW Cirarn- ... Bunker -
Pptbiik! v',, ,'., t.' QgiCe'!!!ret, .1 I.- Mtory of the jm United States Webster's; TiKMsrcs Qt1una--.Foith Elementary" "*'' '" tf$ Cruger} Eugene Dnulh, I, TaxCoIJec1or'Saic.
tJouth of thesquare ,-- ..vrv, y i f 1VTIddtiner1 Walker's Dictionary, southern first 86 per quarter half quarter in advance. ]I AJP Joy, Fra ncis S Lai Y:
4' y hrop. I .. "' ..P "! (' .,1.
Methodist Episcopal Chureh. JS 10if w
I George att' %. I 'class bookerimrfiaw' history of Greecr.dodoof Rome, Surveying, fcc. 3 extra'V, "'p (d Pell J O Thatcher. 1 .P'skIlapots.t tot .ae bfirf Ii(

seal I the.Magnoha. flout t do do of United States english reader pictorial spel Surveying, separately .qnarter.36.00; \ JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. Palatka.'on the first Moeda'f tJlIrtlff' the' fmJe

;4 ling book do primmer do reader school reader da- Hours. of tuition'from 9 to 2 O'clock.JAMES ISAAC ABB ATT, Secretary. 'Ing' descri >ed
TERMS property *r so ranch thereof..will
I OF .COURT. EASTERN CIRCUITOF : boll. arithmetic slate, lea J pencils ink. letter paper M. GOULD.' JOSEPH BLUNT, Counsellor. the state i nd county>> taxes and pat.
; neceasaryxpessesduPthereon.
I .FLORIDA wafers quills, steel pens note paper toy books fcc. Noy. 20. J 52. G. R. FAIKBASKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla.ql6th. lo wit.

I ., .?& ." TCKM. B. E. CARR. --- a '
i 204O acres 3d rate J land, lying in *
March 2Cth. 1853. townsnipl
t For the Counties of Orange and St. Lucie, at Mel QUICK SALES A.\D SMALL r 26 bounded;
range. fortl.
CHARLESTON by'pnblic landifootB sal
AND FI ORID'\. :
I *aville For the, on'county the first ofPntuam Tuesday, ftt in ilatka.April.third Tuesday 1,000 BOOK AGENTS WANTED, PllOP.6TSt V..8 MAn sEAMgRs: East by the.River St. John, ..Wess 1 by>> the' line dividing
Marion
: fa April. .\ TO SELL ICTORIAL AND OTHER USEFUL rip he Subscribers are now receiving direct CAROLINA and Putnam Cevaiy.
AND FLORIDA. Unless
1', For the unty of-Marion: Ocala fourth Monday WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1853. JL from New York. a large full and complete sale. taxes and expenses are pu'd before day *fc

.T April. 81.000 DOLLARS A YEAR stock of Fashionable FALL and WINTER GOODS, Through to Palalka in 24 to 30 Hour .

For tW county of Alachna' at NewoanaviUe, comprising in part The CAROLINA will R T, BOYD Sheriff and rx-off.
ANTED in
of
the
ftni. Monty' in May.ffor W' States. .active every and enterprising county men, United to engage Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Q leave CIIARLEST'N enr, Palatka January Tax lit,Assessor 1853. and Collector' J s -

4 th&'couaty of Columbia Alligator, on' the. in the sale of some of the best Docks in the Crockery Read,-made Cloth in;, iC; 'Saturday.at3 P. M. Ke- .

accand Monday of Mar. courtry. To men r l good address Boots lioes, HaU and Caps, turning.will leave PALATKAeveryMonday.7A.M.PJCOLVTA,10 .
rlt'or? the eouoty ofN......at Nassau C. II. possebsiog a Yankee HalrDye.:
on the email capital of from $25 to $100,pucli inducements Notions, &c., : A.M.,
Wednesday before the fourth Monday I h May.. will be offered as to enable them,to make from $3 And in fact every thing usually found in a and JACKSONVILLE Tuesday 4 o'cKlck A.M. Improved liqiid Hair Dye-This is a capital

For the wunty of Daril' at, Jacksonville on the to 85 a day profit. Store, all of which will be be sold for Cash country The FLORIDA will leave CHARLESTON every an instantaneous! and permanent
at
'z. fourth Monday. of May. [ VT The Books published by us are all useful in i: low prices as we feel confident we can astonishingly offer- Tuesday at 3 P. M. ,Returning. will leave PA Dye and no trouble-! See directions. It if warranted -
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mMfyr thec.untr ot $: John's, at St. Anpistine on their character extremely popular and command from 10 to 15 percent cheaper than can be'found in LATKA every Thursday, at 7 A. M ; PICOLATA. and if not satisfactory to be returned. bdit..1--

USp.CondMODdS7ifl"> _. June. large sales wherever they are offered. ibis market. Givens a call and satisfy yourselves. 10 o'clock, A. M. ; JACKSONVILLE Friday, 4 ther black or brown aa desired*try it.

r. ;:' .' TALITLiz.; For further particulars, address (postage/: paid). We would) also invite the attention' of.the Ladies to I o'clockAM. B.. E. CAIJ.

**," For the" crnnliei cf Orange and ,&t. Lucie, third ROBERT SEARS. PUBLISHER our Stock of These, Steamtrsl.connect with all the Interior May 14,1853. -,

Tuesday before the 'fim Monday in, Novemucr, 181 William: Street. New York. DRESS GOODS "' Stage of East Florida and connect both ways 'withthe *
New York Stationary.
in aehaDcI' every year. Tcbrnry5thl33. Consisting of de blues Poplui; printed:mnslias,Al I: the Wilmington Steamships Boats. Carolina Railroads, and by Brig Trenont in excellent sr

4 r'or JJie eosntjr .of Putnam at Pilatka th last by the pacas Ginghams, ,englih and ameriean prints &c. Pussafe from Charleston ,RECEIVED ol prime of varietfnd
of JUST'Rtceind carolina,hams torn. oat, to Jacksonville, 88.- Stationary, every
1st
beforeiUis Monday November.
'ill'Toesdii. oil,'turpentine, nail, molasses, UURLlNCJAAIE & HOWL Jieolata, anj,Patatkat $10. d escription ior sale at ..
For the(!county of St. John'*, on the first Motday Feb. 26. J853.
}'November. I syrup honey, saga u, portf, bacon, iama,beef cheese, For farther particulars, apply to Mrs. ZYLSTKAS:
in \ <<.
crackers, bread flour. J. "V. CALDWELL.
,soap candles !March indigo, Charleston. '
I .* ,For ,the county of of Nassau, Thursday before ihetkird rations, almonds, CUflllU. citron, tea, cassia,spices, CRAMBhRRIEd.Dried.APplesFuIton Market BELLECHA8SF & F1NEGAN,Jacsonv'e. Billiard Tablcaud Tea Pin Alley

Monday November. pepper tobacco. segar. snuff, and leaf bio ths, tubs.- cheese crackers,choice family f'1ourgraham, Pork. Lard, It. R: REID. Palatka. feb 26 AT the Magnolia Retreat, open throughout tk*

:: Jot Ucceir d.- wuhb.ard, pails/ basket*, ruhline*, mats boxes buckwheat nee crackers ) and .snDiD,..
; I I gelatine, corn, starch
choice, Raxo
? &c.. B. E. CARR.I wine, office., 'teas Brushes &eIUdel ., NOT 29. po48tf 8. MIRANDAtoue -
; Rose Water Fig Paste < -
March 12th/! ble
Ba"BR"'CordiaJ. Lemon & Peppermint, -;,. P..'E.CARJL Ink .with preparation Wade & I
March 12th. Wam-rited Razon'el ready for we. As- Q Lima fr white washing, very
; \ extracts savory orange peel cinnamon ginger sage, Paste Prunes,Bitten Choice sorted A>-
i : I mustard 'rA1\IARINDstig ) Cutlery, Scissora: Accordeons. shaving soap : I, also White wash'Bnuhes, Coloring, patets.
thytnt ptacb yeast powders horseradish French
nutmeg Cordials
.. Almond, JlcetiUffs.-Private brushes boxes straps comba.hair brushes steel key urn, Coppejs. Glue, &C.
,pscJr.es capers ie. ckory Nut, Ale Porter Cider Vines, Br andy &.c. PUblic for ROomsjuing: riags,tweezers..c rk BCrewI B. LOARL
12_ .yol: .r. Oil temporary purposes, always in p tt'nt glass ink stand, April 30th 1853.B ;
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..1... !ti < \ / B.E.CARR._ readiness. .at the Magnolia; Retreat; I assorted steel pens. .,fob line,, boob, cotton'twine.
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I.tper
----w i_ C' "Tn ,, D. E. CARR. ntter Hams, .c.-Cboi:8 r
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