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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: July 16, 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: UF00048575:00143

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t insertion. To yearly advertisers' a; It is well known that one cdupn, of the Britlsbarmy silence andj rapidity, that neither of them I sportu man. "There. is something remarkable in biJrmn- i

xmtwfl fee+ aa4e. rw t under the eonmmand o rG wal' Brisbane, had observed the fate .of his comrades' until ho The lounger of the two who was about three ncr and appearance, but yet' will not allow him .

AS advertises*.must be paid f r bertlon had approached Pittsburgh from th$"west along I: met his own., The sixth Indiatij however, being and twenty years of age, did not appear be a the honor of being the one you have named.- *,*c

,unless by a regular customer* By the Beekmantown road<<,.toiho north bf the Sara-- a little more"behind than the'othe. re., seemedto favorite of fortune, forefront time to time,,his I think I know who he I is; for hr answeres the >, ift

; to oar tens the requi4t(e sum may be vac. Tile American army was now entrenchedon be somewhat Jiudcised. that lie did not see 'companion, would draw the stakes-no inconsiderable description of a noted person.who is,said to be in t

aMPMlned and J tiff""""I** Hmfttcd with the 4F advertisefcj 1 the South bank, in the angel formed by the them in view on ..th>!opposite/ bank. :For this sum-over to his side of the table; and, -he city." -* t t* : ,

% 6 river and lakev It will, therefore, bo,readily understood reason hedesccndedlinto tha'guHy',wJth! 'a little to'judge from the peculiar smile of satisfaction' "And his-" S :

not marked. with tho that the approach of this new force hesitation Jle warf' Kumed ateTy aware of the .which at Such times appeared upon his' features, "Is Kobcrt Kidd, the pirate I" .. ... ., : +; 0

(required, will be continuedfor. would place the Atncricrns in 'a position suffi, horrible/act that death had'arrested their steps'. onemight have suspected that he was deeply The young man had spoken truly, though at )I Irandoth.

cicntly critical to say nothing of- the dangers to and silenced/tlieir tongues.; :Ho' endeavored, to skilled in*!tho trickery of gaming, and did not The next day the'cityswas searched !

Ive Debars will be charged for all an.A which they were already exposed. recoil,but)it was too late. ;A missive. was .als$.' hesit&te to use it. by order of Gor. Bclhnot, but the.pl>ytte had .l. .. ,

es s; of candidates for office; to. be paid The information brought: by the savage was on the wing for bin ('was struck'with the rest 'Already had he won eight thousand dollar, gone, and was as free as the-blue water over .

t- f '-' i Important.to be wholly slighted, and came'"in but not with imme iate death,.and he had time toraise and the looser now stakes all upon the issucTof another which he was,dashing. %, *! ,
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Sdtioe to Dates and Creditors .* f 7 00rdJsJwAlMAdm : too suspicious a planner to'be wholly trustedThe = into the deptj s of.the' forests year of those deal. His losses had rendered him much 4. i\

........for fAdmin1atn.tion, 6 00 1 officer therefore, thought it best to interrogate appalling yells,of warning and of rage which announces excited, and, he more than! half suspected his The Snake Tough and
Ap 1000 the messenger. thet of his friend of unfair playing.The .
among! people race, the presence The following thrilling account of an engage J
y* f. bli'tl. will be 4 Who are 'said he. cards dealt and for the '
A eei private you, my 'tiend' I ,of mortal danger. were trembling ment between a boa constrictor and a crocodile '
fferatei-of advertising 4 Mohican was thjn&onic fate of his last thousand the leaned
reply. man
young
The soldiers looked
upon this fearf'wscene in in Java, is given by ap eye witness fIt .:
Alt notices will l bo sorted t r' forward In breathless .
religious gra- j ur anxiety to learn the result J
astonished silence, entranced by the murderous was one,,morning that stood beside a small

7.u iljockjbrl* o Han answcrcd the stranger '; magic which took place before them. "When the lake, fed by one of the rills from the mountain. -.Jt-, e
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dgt for Job printing, must be paid *WJ did and heavens I I ruined I" muttered he
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I t you come :why arc. you stillness and the spell were broken by that am The watersVcre clear as crystal and every thing I
eli1W1 of the work ..Tv'.l 1 hercj pursued the'officer, in a husky voice, as he saw that fate was still '
warning: cry, they .expected to see the woods could be seen to the very bottom. Stretching its
All letters. on &usyfes and co uin unlcaIlls' Indian come ,from the Dutch River against him "you have won cent!" r
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None close this
bceive swarming savages. however appeared over. pond wjfcs a gigantic teak
moat, t peed, t attention.
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'( .. ; and}when the echo had died away, they grimly, winnings tree, and in its thick, shining, rgrcen leaves :

Ii' t 4 But why'are you.here,|say V looked in vain for the seventh and last of the over to his pile and remarked: by a large huge boar in antasy coil, taking its a.: '
t It iJ! III t Wr Why arc the dingoes in the woods? "Never mind Fred.you will soon get it :
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JIuro He had vanished if naIi -
.. s. as swallowed up in morning Above him was a pbwerml ape of }
',. ,. the captain tell me that?' replied the his back if not of there is 4b
/ LINES savage, the earth No trace of him was visible-no again; me, enough you the baboon species, a learning raclor scamps, always i ,
eyes. flashing fire.: sound of can beat I" I bait 1.
retreating foosteps were audible. The'Mohican' I on mischief.
She aletp.j delightful tick t. wtieh, 'Does any body know this person?' asked the "I could win it of you, did fortune deign to \ .
however still kept Jp position behind Now the from his
ape position sawa:
In| iltuabenjt jhit mW nlghf hour, crocodilg "
officer "
to the
a turning .bystandersbut: \ no one the log ,itself but with hisfiery eyes bent in smile upon me! t in the water, rising to the 1op, exactly beneath
To be brftthingt from farr lips, .
BOt| knew him. J| "If require it I will give an opportunity .
you you .
and the the
quick searching glancesiin\almost every direction I coil of serpent Quicidyujt thought he
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What do want me to do t&ca t said the I" $ :
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at once. He was obviously at fault 'as jumped plump upon le snak.wjuch fell with a
oMJcould... altn : officer to the Indian, still suspicious, i ... "I have not a dollarto, try, with!:...rpsponedthe' : '.
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everUok" 1.. something tisvcI'bImself by clinging to a. Jimb of the tree, '
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rg holding up both hands, and spreading out heavy knock upon the door announced a visitor,
Her treating he art wfeh m*: the mysterious and sudden disappearance.The but a battle royal immediately commenced in the
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his fingers. 4){e.take'em and wait for Mingocsin and interrupted the reply.
silence continued for some ten minutes, w tcr. The serpent grasped in tu6'middle by
A tear-neb as the. dew drop leaves the woods.* Bidding the new comer to enter, the door ,
when the sharp crack vf a rifle was heard, and the crocodile, made the water boil by his furious .
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Upon thy opening l'OIe. He's right exclaimed ihi officer. 4 The men opened, and a large, broad-shouldcred,)| Werful !
the Mohican sprang to his feet with the blood contortions. Winding his foli] |round the body of
H nft trmblingly pon the lash tare top few to have an ambush,laid for them, and man was standing upon the thrcsholdXKe&hcr life disabled I "
streaming down from one side+of his face. His antagonist he his two hinder legs
h The droopiof fidadiacloM<< ; we need picquct of that kind. The redskin .. .__ .. of gamesters had ever seen him before, fcadf as a ,
e exclamation was an r In and by Iris contractions made the scales and '
ller!id. hall"pen- ee the bow r- must be friendly after alL Let,nine. picked men, only emphatic Ugh an natural consequence, were. much surprised at his bones .
.. '> instant the fatal bow and arrow were again in of.the monster cmc ';: + '
From'tiie '
bright uar-drop given headed be with :
by a corporal, ready jto go him appearance.The
; requisition and his face toward the Indian The+ fie water was speedily tinged with the blood
Tii mbol l ot&rrhol thoughts, : i ,
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but let them be watchful and keep q their
guard saluted them in
stranger briefly, a gruff
of;both combatants
from e.nh to hraveo.A sent another arrow on its mortal mis..cdon.he .1| yeticither was'disposed to A'r
gfleg and let me,be informed of th.c first 'approach o fan forward drew
and
voice moving a heavy ,
purse
yield., They rolled over and
soldiers heard a slight scrambling, over heads over, neither being i :
%lLlhf etunottr of the K a enemy in that direction. ,.1' and on looking1' up they saw the Huron fall I II of gold from beneath a loose cloak he wore, and able to obtain a decided advantage.. All this time .'
Tt winds hive j blown, The officer turned away. The men were quick placing it in the hands of the unluckly gambler,
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*.,v '| I through the limbs of a neighboring tree. Into the cause of mischief was in a state of the highest tri ,t
her ti ly detailed, and,guided by the Indian they took I
Hpi, he
A parted whispered
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I tins he had the address to swing himself up un- 'lcy. leaped up down the branches
-r Oh blush itU mf PWO ; their silent way in the woods, up the south bank "Proceed with the game-he has promised of I the t
seen by is enemies, during'the momentary con- tree, came several times close to the scene
4 Jet af knbvrn fir tit fore, of the Sara.na.c, down which the new hostile force loss and
to
Rt an opportunity recover ..
your you
you of the
shook the limbs
fusion occasioned by the warning cry of his fight, of the tree, uttered a. .
n attltl.momentglven, was reported to be coming. They moved forward it!I" I
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r companion. From that perch he had soon dis- J yell and, and again frisked about At the end or.
,,Te kn.w abe raiogWii tttoogliu fur toe, rapidly for about half an hour, when the Both stared at him in surprise, as well they ( .. .i
covered the lurking place of the Mohican, and ten minutes a silence began to come over the .
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Wbfejtt" ciliedtata. of,heaven! I Indian began to proceed with more CAution, and might, considering the circumstances, but the .
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." 11. .. bent upon vengeance had immediately fired at scene; the folds of the serpent began to be relu'I' I

,, .-...-.'-'DP.-.-.- Wife;: to. 'listen- to every'unusual, .sound. that- disturbed him without considering;, and perhaps without elder at length ask: ed, and though they were. trembling along &, .
the forest. At last, putting his ear close to the "How knew this?" ,
T wile all other you back '
i with the loss of a caring, whether or not enemies were near. The the head hung lifeless in the water. h..
ground, he listened for a moment, and then quickly "I was passing along through the hall to
who
e. trifles. The Wife! she imprudence cost him his life; and with all, he my The crocodile also was still, and though only .
rising 'up, he mode a rapid sign to the soldiers and overheard him state his ,
sh room accidentally
In the domestic. heaven, ,' had only succeeded; in inflicting a slight wound the spines of his back were visible, it was evident' a

tafitse hIied,, ito unwearied.1t tier, bitter w fo betake themselves to a neighboring thicket, upon the Mohican in the temple. i losses. Having plenty of money, and confidence that he, too, was dead. Tho monkey now perched '
her You stand besideinrpan which bordered a small creek flowing into the in his discretion to use it, I deteniied-to aid l .
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tau hjmself
on clay. however on lower limbs of a tree close to
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scene, now rapidly changed. "
and think of Rio past; it seems an am- river. The men concealed themselves among him? the dead

.lareftmd $*ti&ay where the sun shone upon the bushes quick as possible, while the Indian .. Shortly after the report of the rifle, the distant "But who are you?" utes in ma
to what advanced heavy tramp of regular troops was heard approaching Abut smile crossed the of the unknown f
__*wrers, or tilt terJhuhg glittering crawling stealthily A position some grim lips seemed to

....... *Fain would the soul linger there.- ,_concealed himself:behind the trunk of a through the woods. They, too,plunged he made no reply.

i arc remembered above that sweet clay, fallen tree. He had enjoined them not to fire or into the fatal pass, and met with an' like but "Let us proceed with our play," said the taking ;

baDe have unwillinglyHer to make any noise until l they should receive fromhim'a not equally bloody reception, by the soldiers in younger, Frd. Stanton, in whose heart a hope it at the a branches."i; ,
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t, certain signal For distance forwardof ambush. This time it was the rifle that did the had arisen.
noble, tender. heat lies open to some it struck b
the where he the woods tolerablY business. The advancing column, however, was "But-" *
,., .wtt sight You thick o?her as all gen- place lay were stantly :
clear of underbrush and kind compassed of veterans, who for a few momenta "You have him this chance said
a of path promised ,
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... ., aft beau t.ttattriattthaatao 1 and. parity. dead seemed forward into
to push the abyss where
,.. often laid trpoa yourboLp which skirted the bank ofjhe river crossed the the stranger sternly, interrupting the .remon taking to
their comrades, and guides were lying wounded
,' mek.J'eU'lta mOuth, about rods from hero stance he was about to make.
.. owofcky. The hands the thick
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as they Ignorant of the a
'. 'whiteThe the Inditnwas, concealed. from: the, position This remark was greeted with a frown, for lie ,, _.. .. A
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a.H.1" of leave In order to cross the stream,any one going.alonghat even tell from what direction. the dangef came, detected by the bright, stern orbs"Hxta"upon{ J, T. Buckingham. In.his... ; .llemunlscencoox." lm .
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: '1JIt" '. Itfeereta no white arm ( path had to descend about ten feet, almost they finally beat a retreat.. aid i..drew .off..,into the, him; and. at length muttering* une upOn the the course publication in the Boston Courlirl'sPeaks ,

I""7i 3 flamer ; BO tpeakisg face to topic perpendicular; so that while he was in the bed woods again. "<: evil fortune which had sent his strange visitor of the'importance of printers authors* .

19>w't. ft of DOl. BO tranbliBgiips to rnurOh !of the brook, he could not be) seen by those who Jhe check was dl that could have been desired., there at such an opportune moment he consented! as follows': *, ;

er4-" te too s4H There is so strange a should happen to be at any distance behind The force was not engaged during the battle of to .niar.. trusting------g------------------that his success would continue:. "Many'who condescend to illumine the darkworld

I .kin.-_ Plattsburgh ; and after learning the disastrous but in this he was destined to be mistakenThe with the fire of their genius, through: the i
'vry room! No smile to greet you at fate the .
of it made
mi the clock ticks,' and strikes, and The soldiers had not remained in ambush long, to Canada.It day, a precipitate retreat northward stakes were heavy,for each were desirousof columns. of a newspaper little think of the prine'r"; f

I'" sweet,aasie when she'could hear when by a quick sign, the scout gave them to 1 learning the final result ter who, almost suffocated by the smoke of a1&mp

'\1 fct 'I'"JMf ft seems to bell only the hours understand that some one was approaching.! was noticed that'as soon as the seventh Thrice did Stanton win, while his mysterious ,sits up until midnight to correct their false ,

. silent towards the He had take no further interest in the fray. Shortly I have the of is t
jnfesttaa. apopAer. Erect feed But many a tale pace along crossing. progressed, and still was he favored."I seen argument lawyers. r

fJ0yt' past, arrows shared, and bean- just got clearly in view, when: at a distance of after the firing commenced, he disappeared, and am in luck-five' games in succession I" exclaimed 1 high repute as scholars, sent |o the printer in

t J::N .m4 l deed re stertd above. You feel I about two rods behin appeared another and soon did not'accompany the soldier back to the army. he, as he drew'the fifth thousand across their own band-.writiag, with many words and '

F IM',.fiwre cannot keep her. You know thatjaahafpier I to the number of seven They were all in The next day, however, he appeared again ,before I i the table. The other set his teeth hard together, especially technical and foreign terms abbrevia-j 4

world, but teet'th&1 she is of war paint, armed with rifles and tomahawks.- the officer, accoutred as at the time of his .and made an impatient gesture for the winner to ted, words misspelled,and fewer no points."I .

iI. The soldiers were all attention to the movements arrival in the camp, but with the addition of have seen the sermons of divines sent to
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presence.
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ifihty =* you h&ppier.i .- of their guide, expecting every moment to receive seven bloody scalps attached to his belt, and Stanton lost the next game, but the succeed the printer without: points or capitals to designatethe

, the signal to fire. 'To their surprise however with the war paint washed from his face, His divisions of send which if published ,
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,_w/> ... boca charm to keep you ing odes were in his favor. In half an hour he
they saw him lay down his gun/and draw from mission, seemed to be accomplished. with the imperfections of the manuscript, A
.la aB sew:and pleasant connections, had won all he had lost, besides all his friend Ladbrought
beneath this log a long and powerful bow and He thanked for his would disgrace the printer's devil Ube were the
fctft flfM ia your heart Never forget a was services and received, with him? ,amounting to twelve thousand ,

+fa. ifci hpt keen to %at she loved body of flint-headed, sharp arrows. He then promises'a liberal reward. To all that was dollars. Both were lost in astonishment at such author. Suppose they had been printed;. the
yoo you..4P1 turned himself about under the log until he faced said he remained silent I listener and printer would have been treated with scorn and
.. ...-.... ;,I ,' ... I only pointed extraordinary success. contempt, as an illiterate blockhead; as a fellow-
.. the. pass in the creek. glorious trophies which he .had won, seemingto "Ill trouble you for my money quietly .remarked better fitted to be a woodsawyer than professor
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.. .. 4.'; "i son on his wife than The strange Indian appeared to,move forward signify that they were sufficient compensation. the unknown, as the loser sank'back of the art printing.

.'t. .. sro aaa VI cause their bus- without the leas| hesitation of suspicion. The In truth the Huron was their herditary foe and with a, curse .v Nobody would ,believe!'that such gross andpalpablefaultsvwere !
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""' '''lI Iiwt. ,hundred A year ; foremost of them on coming tojthe creek, llrop- he had been fighting instinctjvely.for the tradi Stanton added a thousand to" {he purse andp1&cedin carelessness of the owmg author to the And ignorance and but ., i

"' fietf if kwf oat of jaD oa fire thoofortunes Mat once down to cross it At the moment tion of his fathers. '* his hands, at the same time expressing Y the practical printer knows*how many nobody-hours the e

= ... ....I mare than gefIflMfrWiaea theguMe was observed to draw*Jus bow with a After, his second visit he was never again seen his thanks and a desire to know the nam of th, compositor, and after him the proofreader are

: are poor, in nine cases quick and powerful effort; and rapidly' as a!-' in the army. The story of this explains long one who had benefitted him to such an extent. compelled to *pind in reducing to a readible cosdition \-,\

-, .... llieAt RWg 1t. peat to elude the sight! an UT'OW'ria sped on' the 4*talk and the wonder the army. '"Tia unsafe, to' breath it here," war the res- be puzzled, manuscnpts to read.!,,that the author bimstlf, fIlL. .

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J I 4 ic : Tho {e1or Tim has the jfolloTring advice," There are now-in London fwo very singular.hu.- iarcsson! in;the earth, from which the' 'bottle "*t. 'F' Chn*it. hD.ioI'"* .* .A. 'to *'.! ..' .ltt. t j Ms "f\'On _____

TWcbJI rplowc4 irould* prcvenv. inany'An i man beingl, ofarace; which, has hItherto been was taken. ;*'To BAn your'neighbo.r. spg!s.tobacco jjiice, paper, under th. Itedi _
I_ ngi Jt snd or4wai bosom. It reminds! very little known' the civilized wdrld. 'They* So the bank bills, as tile story goes, were into i your face is unpleasant, .tbate him place. t yfte Memoirs of the fife and cha _

2L ;: of Franklin1* excellent essays : ; came frdm South Africa; where theyare called1 found, and'the credulpus part of$e neighborhood wind6is'disagreable ihgton,' iYea tee ifloaccoi (iltb&. _
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resorted to the place and commenced search pfe-sty; ,a.tiOIt ofuiulc
4a11? ., n3yeVor this *iiitdtIt Earthmen' n.el'arc totally distinct rroDa all a s InOfil1"kW1! _
for the iron chest Hundreds of men bare 'tut to.have hinvplarit himself the door, found Int 1f _
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just because the money'istThere. other known African races as much so if ; very rcst.int; '". _
( ;.* y i are a great many they had dropped'*upon' this-earth from>another ,visited the place, and numbers have engaged in ,or in the porch:of the church on SundaySj: to stare tTpon wag on-afint rett tin 1" '

'boying on time But our planet They are ditoiautiv n'size-dcre pig search, keeping watch by night, that it may not at your wife and daughters.as,they enter is i in. 1 became cobTincedyf the defcctiTe Ddure'
: frieni1 lrhwawg most largely pa mies-and unacquainted even with the art of ,be S secretv found and taken away. The locality that the working animals employed t' '
agree with us in advisingaiy building huts. Thcy helter themselves in caves js s&id to bear unaccountable marks OQ the trees, toltrable. One might reasonably suppose ;; of.to Southern,States, and set alfcLtemcdTi. '

: \ : r _ __.. $3 he goes.1 A sixpenny and crevices of the cat1b; *)cn.these are mIlting of 3'date about seven years; The ilided d:,- after having meekly,'borne tne lawlessness. of the evil tytoa introduction In es iritelt! ______

i:- I ut butter, and oo debt on St,! ; they make artificial Rcppplbgk on tho sur-' gers Jim exhaust' their patience d their strength,. tiici impertinent coxcomb and the'graceless stripy horses, the tnule! "'bein-fo .toJ a "
_ thsn dinoef'that is face which lino with leaves and Trithbranches. and,end their search only richer in of less,liable"to'* __
your best they cover experience ling, for sit c&ys of 'the w eek, ha has a rightobe dise2&f reqoira r a j...
Ww. The potat&sat ire Th| Hottentots and Bas are th '. the. folly of searchm*; for hordes of Ill-gotton ; from.the infliction the, s bibatfi.- every respect to be ta'or srviceabta an dscwwi
_ bare no bitter Uste, avowed enemies of theEarthmen, and when they .-Oxford (No K:) 3 .exempt cal than the horse in the agricultfcal febo i _
oj : : 'itii tie vanilla meet them will shoot them down like verraia.- __ On the'contru1, lflc&bfticr creatures( of the ssasp' .8on hem States" Up to the yael' 1778, of' __

\ \ _____ CTdiL Cash. The poor, little defenceless! Earthmen have no ref and)e. reptile; spicies, they avail t msejvcs,of 'any ntules ''were to be.,found in tie ., ____

,,-' '" '. h t !; Creait tn es g;;but injboleSj!a, or thickets,and the ribeisustTcrging THEANCIENTCjTY,. the opportunity' which Sunday affords to erpq-' Confederation j a few had been imported __

li _.. : to extinction. They ,are' a poor, trite their wonted inciriUtics upon unprlfectcdchWhgoers. the, )Vet Indies but they were ofduaar,_.
,I ,weak PQ pk-op"pf nature's freaks---and des \1 size and of little value.' So soon *s.Yie _
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i ; jbW 4* yon will tTQ ilned not to tPCtWlte'thefr,race. Few colonists '. '" ( this subject ofthes fUdstrious 'fainarof.Mbfc _

,, : '. M J te.leen tltcm and aIthoUh! fa? known that n o. {,'and tl css offensive, class of these'perts, Vernon were thrown abroad, lie reeeh da]pr !|

r: : 1 ,C.w a1iU lipger.tn themnountarnthey are ripid- of society follow other people to church throughj tnt from the king d[ Spain of a jack and tq !

J L1YIPWY, and. will'soon bcvome. A tradion sort of mstinct tnj from jennies, selected fronfthe royal stud at
a canjne rather any
0 .. it"'t1fiSh afrite race jsf old.individuals ; The jack, called the RoyaL Gift,.waA a
: I :';__ '.,/Tqtwp! abOYo mentioned nre CAr. de oft na1 feeling. They iSy be seen at or near hands, of,(gray colorjbcavily! mad 'aofahg._,.'

: ,, i __ __ ..?:'. ..:.._ 'r W', _fr th!J eoocIR1ope; two'r the 'church Joor'&r 'ro slice Begins, affectirig- disposition.At .1t
: 11 : pa -Lti agdbivemedometcated: the the same time, the Marquis de '
'. to convcrie. whilst they are studying most w ,
1iiTh' in1tr.1Jnhi ''We,' r fMA j Ht n. sent out jack aad jcnnies from the
; : 11'I ii- QWXnT'Tir'rEDESAI.' ElCffrS AKD DETEMINWt graceful R&turc sm captivating'! potition; pointing =
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: pnjpy au Lao money Uitt um spyRD This is very much a matter of taste. We should the girl a trifle taller. Their skin is of 4 Sajtnr ,
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: J I "wtic, no dies, not because ho has gone, but be-, smooth and polished as marble.: In form the Axuauuceaicui. of ndldatc. hence, they excite pity rather than indignation.The courage anil ('iivityof the Knight! $ -

t c!,use his estate oWl pays twenty cents o% 'the little creatures arc pcrfoct their j t, d >liar. "Pay as and leave in the WI have; received i sc'\'crr.1"requcsts to copy
you go, no unplcasnt standing out most graceful pymmetrand former haveS upcraddcd to them an overweening early in 1788. The General bred om e 'P1
-a- b isaness for your executer to transact I every moment instinct witl.i thQ untaught ease of rpm other papers, the announcements of the! stipcfior mutes from bfc coach mares,
.f: I It! i iif not for the widow to have self-conctit! an :imperious: haiitincs: :,"and the r
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gratifying your nature. The face?, although decidedly! African names of candidates for various offices to be thenIfom Philadelphia! for the pnrpo Ta lm
(:., debts tq scttl, and children come by degrees to in feature, arc full of sweetncs'and good humor, voted for at the October cleton: ensuing. 'r affcclatioji of personal st 'criority. ,They go to frw years the estate Mount ernon,

tiink l lcssof their! deceased father, when bills with an expression of archness,and intelligence. I church not even through) Lal;:t,' association, or a stocked with mules of a srior order, rising tf
: are pr4entcd that cannot be his refer to our terms conspicuously printed on bur v *
met by assets They are naiad artinis and Flora. In their decent for the sentiments of. others the height-of sixteen ham ofreatpc.w
-. ?[jPay.as you go," slf cp sound o'night, and drive*, savage state they fed on locust and c'egs, and first page. All| advertisements must be paid: for regard which; Jbut and usefulness, one wagon fzjn pf 1n mutt. 'j j

I out the nightmare: from your dormitory. Your such small game as they rould! take. Until they before insertion, unless! by a regular customer.." through that instinct of innate dapravity, ling: at tHe sale of th _, 'r

I .; account book will i a model of simplicity.You '.. were carried to England they 1 had no idea of God Oar bills while prompts them to KiodJfwhilst? others wdrship, eight hmiUrt-d dollars.Ia .d "

I 4 will buy what you want and leav what i isynneeded or any supreme power. At prrsont they have: are trifling, our expenses are' and to outrage the most sobered rights and'convictions 'no proportion of Wail "i1 an

t ,, tilUmoney is plenter.! You will find taught some of the customs ofciVilizod life,.and] heavy, and must be paid,at once. It often coals I of their fvlo\v-citizcns! by their ilis'rcspcctful i I bors and improvements in agr& ture .

0 ::: :a, 1o necessities of lifo to oo only the declination of are abc! to speak little English word?, to sing little us more in time and labor to collect a bill of trifling i particularly! entitled! to be baited a. -

J .' iirhaf are generally called rich. OI their; laces, popular airs, and-the first,,of Earihnien, -to, amount, than,it takes to do the work. \ .c and tllsonlcrly: bcaraig ia the, hopse of 'ficne fitctor, as in the introtluctionfarnihlg of i,

,1 i 1 darin.the lean and'haggard mask, you will find play little, airs on a j-iano. hope our friends will ponder on this and pay; the prayer. ] .. I' labor, those inimals! being11 atfth' ii. .'
)t oily, lazy luxuries behind. Fcw'si 1:1 are more interesting to a thinking, {-1)irnissingthcsc. : sou-less! slortlons hupianity most exclusively u c and forrming'' .
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.I I person than: that of the ktst! of'a( race of human printer.. 4 (. : 'for the present, we will merely remade t'4t l'something I in the Southern tatc.c. '.
i j I f I The orIgIn',I 'hail Columbia.' t beings\ on the point of beinz blotted out from the --i--, '" .i ,.J.Jrfrom
be done : : to set bounds -4----
must ;
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,face of the rth. The individuals. in ;
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year prei the Fnrra rjBnd
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.red the CQuntry, nnd when there'were severalarticsin seem to constitute one of thc most anomalous! week Messrs. STTPJIXN and FRANCIS Ans.vr to their licentiousness, and to abate the nuisanceof [ }

II the field, Mr. Fox, a young player, who forms of our species that have ever yet been of this city, captured with a seine four porpoises i their intrusion into the society of those! whose: jfcf tc i- Soap S,ntls... j :"J
brought to the notice of the naturalist the oth- The of this liquid as a sftaulanf oftegrtallonilocs
I t r. more admired for his vocal than hlslroniciwcrs or from which, we understand, they obtainet self-respect alone'woulS (Siusc them to extend to ; :
I called one morning this friend Mr. nUliologist It is to be hoped :that further light chi. : r.ot appear to b< generally ;spr..
upon the ordinary of
others J J4
: t. lOpkipson, and lifter stating that the fullowingvpning will be thrown on their history by scientific researches. upwards of sixteen gallons of oil. This inhabitant Cir.UZdlJItfJ. crated ,Agriculturist":t.q, many of wb jo.

LI 1 4 f' bad been appointed for Us benefit, r.ndxprcRscd : .-Sat. Vein.m of the vasty deep, though often seen whenIt -' 4 .' .3 : nake: no use of it, although, from ,

I I a great fear for* tho rcult, as not a -o rises "to blow," is quite a curiosity .on shore Another, Fatal. Dra/v-Sridsc?*Accideiil known habits enterprise! and thSl'ir :

i ; I j: nglc box had been taken, bcjrpwl big frien to Walking under IVatcr at Paris. It is the Dolphin of {Ancients.. i11e i er nwttcr.-sj w* should! have been; led i .
I ij 0 something .his behalf.! '1f,' sni,1 Fox, 'you Among the:; marvels of the clay !,115.t be reck On Friday morning at two f"dorY"! f-cight idler ti i"gi. Intste oflncipient -
In its internal conformation it is similar to land L I train which.let't Wilmington! f."'l'hiluIt'pllit:1n t SJids is the element of
; Lt will write nic oms p [trio |iC'nres to the ,tune oned 31. de Saint-Simon Sioard's invention of an soap rcpljgnith vegeta ':
r f.tho TresiSeat'fi March," I focfsura of a: fall applratu'Jaich permit* the possessor to take a animals! having lungs, liver and kidneys: an4 i is. info: Brandy wine crcclc, at tlaxdrawof the bridge bles, in a state ofactualjind coineJcto_ solntieo; '. .

: tI ,ouse. Several ofHhe people al,ut tho theatre half hours pr ufenaJe at the bottom of a river, warm blooded.! \ >\ on the outakirfs! of"'the town. The bridge: t..ntlcr. the o. 1y eonJiton, indetdJin wi it b ,uceptblo.f -1

p save attcftftjtcilih but -tlwy! lave: come t tb the and there occupy themselves as fancy suggests They are long !livjd, and seem to inhabit par says I he gave the proper fcigtiajs! 1 ; but no attentionwin absorption :md asirniiattn! by the reutof

," p p i oncluioQ! 1 at nit cann-it 1)a doe! : yet I hir.k: ffi-orn Hirtin-x with mermaid to rescuing "ntoistl paid to them. plzt. llc :tlesits'Taluc a.cI 'R9werf. -
; ticular! harbors,:or rather to return to the tame The locomotive, tender nn.lft\\"o largd platform :- ulunt! it : also!
succel. possesses potentanthelra
1 you may Mr. llc'{>liinsourilinl; to l o'.licF. j We are recording what has Len done very ,
.i his sti.,', and in a s.lnrt! ',in:: wrote thu HiS t I in Par:?, not what the inventor professes am I be harbor or river after periodic migrations. One burthen cars were precipitated into the properties, and when ucd in the irrigation "

l I ,; I '.TSC ahUchoru?. which w: uI'Qtt"d: to Mrs. done 31. Gran
L \ t lopkinson.! who saij; tin.mat a piano accom- \{lIt the other diy; and rcmainded thirty five upwards of twenty-five years since, has been observed named (ji vinand, the fireman, were drowned.; in which it fan le aiphd to vegetable-operat
f' 1 ianimentar,4|$&>oved t'ap measure to be compati.. ,rpinjites at the bottom of the S ine. A little im- The conductor, and other persons on the train, a. speemly and tt1ctual remedy againstt.

t.L .I : >lend'IttJlMMng.. lull's! way the nnd I E.n.e''.'.......<. ..ll.A. ..V\r.'.r'I.fl.*>*!tO \ .;it IF \S.PAl" "ltli""'A, annuajfy lp. return, and was seen in the, fortunatelzcapetL If it had been a passenger: ravages of big ,\yorrns, and morofte alligao-i

f' .L other rrEf'l''Trr1ft : un.1 when }!1' tos' i ?Cll1j' extend its: capacity, This i is all we ca n river last week. as active as inhis -younger- d.iystfl train, the accident would have been c'lulllo thc ous or winged depredators by whiChtptalJ

!: ** '*% n1id'JDfflSP *. ,edwith, cIU: t l leulJoLlaoI1lru %; a.cgmplete clothing of bii j s t fae AD we menli n it a., Nbrwalk catastrophe arc so often infested and destroyed. Ita )" ss
r !J.be -.rc : IfcaDutchoifb; from Hfcijrtoruoot;including helraofand 1 indication'ofthet+ '-- *g7n1efariongevity7 I I kt'bi'accWe'btivc -cs rntb-lridG itt1 9nig nt-vauajlwljutn! iii'the,

k ; The 'playing{ n!'.jitirjrt wnall: handbills: announced sock, .allows the wearer to descend below to sleep. He had heard .IthV wba,1't. compo. For, thi. : fPOse, a ze1 "

; ,tiat| Mr. l"I,X t1'PilII-n;; a new patriotic the water without danger of contact; the! helmet 557" WE were- surprised to see an editorial in hc train coming out of ,: capable of holding from three,to four cart
.ong, etc. The thtatrewns crowded; the song l lins a valve which allows the air to escape nt the docs not know what he did. lIe thinks, however should be constructed m some pai} easy r
: Jacksonville 2facs of the 2d July calculated t fa that he raisgd his lantern whieh' the and to which
was ,
r was ungnndr-cd"'l..1; rapture; was rCj eat. of submersion nnd no sooner is this proper access withoudifflculty.the
I p '4 eight times, and again 'encored; and when mil! on complete than the pressure ofthl i injure Judge BALTZELL in the Eastern District- signal that all was' right Thus the officers of from the Mnkand laundry can be regularly eoavvoved.

: sung hQ ninth ITO., tip whole audience: stood the' valve hermetically. A pro- We were much pleased however, to see it ex _the,, train. __ were 0_" _di'cuvci 0 !, and.. .. thought all wasngur Into thil reservoir all the trash :!f.;
r %in and jbincd in OKWus.! Night after night, vi.; >nfof nir! to bo inspired i is carried in a box, plained in the number of July 9th,and that Judge nmi wcniaucari.Charles produced on the farm and about the mansion,
p. 'Hail' Colun)1ii.Vclierrc-d: the rioters of-the theatre; phrc'd like a hump in the culms caoutchouc. Garvin, the engineer, belongs to Elk- should ba thrown-hones, refuse, ashes, i inict,
and in a; few dasit. '-1.11 the universal son of This "box has a tube which carries the air: into Baltzell may have fat ther justice done him, we ton, and i LJ'unmarried. Kueben Titus, tho fireman turf rich scil ,Anti chip-mai\ure from the woodshed

i the[ boy i in. the streets; fron one end of the diy the helmet, in order that the breathing! may ,with pleasure publish the article. was crushed beneath the engine* tender and ; in short, every substance apableo1ab- '

1 -? 4 to the other. Kor, was the dislinguiKherl i author tike: place without.effort and ,a little stop-cock We have heard the highest praise from all three platfogn! cars loaded with crosstits. sorbinj the rich, fertilizinjliquid and retziniig

to pf thi- truly national t sonjr, a song which nict" the enables! the distribution of air to be reprulatcd at parts of the State, of the able and dignified! manner Tie| bridge tender i is a very worthy anti sohr i!it for the benefit of the soil and plants towWet '
: 4 r : ipprobntion of all plrtit of the day, f r otton. I pressure. No sooner is there a difficulty! of man, and has been Jcec-pcr of .the bridge for six i i,* to be applied. By a little systematic attena

,, The streets in'| which he resided on one occasion}! I breathing than a signal is given, and the ex-. in which Judge Baltzell presided while ,on years. He was only' on duly every other! night. ion to matcrs! of this nature, the anneal product 1

( was crowded, (''and 'Jluil C)lumbia' broke on the I periacntcr is brought to the surface 'once more the Bench, what: connection the Hail Road to After letting\lic train from Philadelphia! across of our agriculture! might be tmmeasurcabJy in-

j ; t.i.i.i.IilncRs nidit: i : frou a hundred patrioticvoifcs. -4 .. Jacksonville has with the elections of Justices of at 12 o'clock, feeling tired, he thought he \\9a'd ;creased, and the 'prO llctiv capacity of many

: The Green eyed Flonstcr. the Supreme Court we cannot divine. I lie clown. Ih fell asleep: and was so alarmed iurms' now regarded as almost worthless, placed,
I. ..4L + that he did not know what he did. This i IA his on a footing equal, indeed, if not superior to thai
-- :1 J' One of the subeditors ofthc Evansville Journal, That Judge Baltzell is in favour of judicious statement
He of the
Powers of Ieuiorr. I own was so overcome by his mast fertile Nature has everyway :
.! gives the following, rich scene as having occur system of internal improvements in the Stat?, we feelings that.he attempted suicide. Ha 11\3 been I supplied in munificent abundance, 'the cf
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A late number of the Illustrated }'Pltf1f1 : red at Cairo: I means
"We haTe 1n beard anccdotcs says have no reason to doubt and that he would be i arrested on the charge murder, and held to fertility, and we have only to appropriate and ,
cxtraprdinary of 4 A German dock-passenger kvl been Harboring bail before the New Castle! them

: County Cqirt.The ply judiciously,.'to S\"Curcthcbcst
i memory-or who. could commit pleased to scp, in common tcith citizen f An4m.1CtHUrin -
'I the men long i the reen'e'd monster'during the entire trip erery verdict of the jury exonerates the .company result Sam6 .
f. I agricultural writer hut
'j. poems by heart on,hearing them onco read and Florida Jacksonville connected with Pcnsacola
from New Orleans, on account of some little attentions entirely from all blame as the -instructions"tq estimated the value of a hogshead ofgudJtm -
-4 \ the like; but when the dryness of the subject i i4 is his wife received and seemed to*court by a substantial Rail Road we have every reason the bridge tender were cf the most explicit state of incipient putridity to be a
: n.iriy
taken into consideration we cannot remember Tcry
instance I from a dashing starched up 'Snydcrf' who, unluckily to believe.To character. i equal to that of a cord fof prepared manure '
I than I'
singular that of Herr
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was a i

\ Von Nieublin, the celebrated German scholar, Shortly after the boat's"arrival here passenger he array.ectior.al interttt and excite fortycalonsie 4. has improbably air ore estimate yet no4ne slio .
who clerk in the bank of i An impootQ applied! suds to vegetation, and areJll1
was
once Cophcnhagen; : wa* driven to utter desperation at seeing his j is one thing-and RAISING THE FCXDS"to
The Rev. Dr. J. F. Minor observed"the results, can be otherwise than.
in ho of the .
that capacity, gave proof miraculous came t( this city
: wife receive 8n lovingly return the hateful Sny- build the Road from Jacksonville to Pcnsacola! vinccl of
power of bis memory, by restoring from recollection last June from Montgomery, Ala. He had just itsery great efficacy and vau?._ ?
der's kiss. her forward he i ,
alone, the whole contents eta !cafin the self the Calling chalk of the boat placed himi i is another:it is our opinion, we should be much married 1I.n'amiable young wife: and was in Where it i is used in composting operation it |'

S bank ledgcr,*which ha been lost, b1 fraud or Ah upon, Kathleen, likes der:tailor so better a's more profitably employed in the latter-for could search of a home. lie was we understand, a may be applied in it*crude state, bcrorefenut&tation J
you has taken
accident me all dca whiles .50 mine Cot I drowns myself we succeed the influx of trade, travel l, populationand regularly accredited clergymen in the Methodist' place. It will ferment in the Iwp
the Church the ao/1 thus lduft a powerful chemical action i i the: '
4 Beferfiog'to above the New Orleans tcr death. ; wealth into our State would be'immense. over signature Bishop Andrew
I Picayune, remarks that boys are sometimes Overboard he plunged I The wife becane fran. lie rrc':1ehtre repeatedly, and as he bore ingredient which will be in proportion as to.
endowed with remarkable himself like power, ,to their number and character and the
memories. The keen 'tic and attempted to follow him'bjit a true Christian, and possessed. an .,
was
family, of the State of Texas, consisted of three the. She fell her knees stayedby and Our Last Paper.It agreeable address, he readily ingratiated himself'into manntr, or rather thoroughness* whic1.Jliey

( : fcirls and abby-the latter only four years old.- agonizingly passengers.entreated her 'Shorgo'upon to back, favor. After contracting many debts, and are int rmud. With a sufficiency of soi t'JUCh .

I e They-were all setting around the fire one' eve- but no Gcofge appeared she promised como may be proper to state that the editor of becoming involved, he took his departure for and urine, valuable coainoat may Ip made 01'

jntng, engaged in telling how far Ifck they could i constancy-Increased; affection.the unwavering of- this paper was not at his post last week. Feel Florida, leaving his wit here, with the avowed any soil-rcv n sand. % }V.

,. recollect One of the girls recollected when she devotion and submission be seemed spirit anxious i ing the need of a little rest from our labors, we purpose returning with some negroes he owned I -4P'.

bad s 'doll that winked with, .both.eyes.' Another she should manifest, but nothing1 save so the ruffled wandered down to the sea-side, and left the in that State. lie had not been gone, however, Railroad% Damages JnEngJa
when she was 'a little Newt in charge of a friend who said than ,
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recalled baby at the waters She then shrieked for some things more a mont before his trfie received a The
pave: tesponse. : English courtapface hihr nrcl!
k SiflMkAftt and KIte tickled her feel'> editorially which cannot letter a
Johnny Keen we fully endorse and from Mobile
enclosing a Tie bad
him ring taken
when from the life
again water than
: do i ia 'The
up shivenngly we this ,:
t k" .t 1a 1lca h" which would not-have in its from her country.
ti'b} fJhe,iJ'. d I came an answer: appeared columns as8.UCJ and announci his 'death. Trough"-- :railroad '
.twu'U ttthat.1i : ; ;', i ), under any \r.circumstances. lie excrtions ti Rev'. ; eases. ate .Mn1mnnrtltet; !. e.
of
It
; ; WinScld I
-: 'f\ijjf ) fm now BO dead as the ciy ty'vei, !IfyotiTuss #, .4 we Post by icor esponaentv ": *- .
/ ?
iiI the first
rs34eglrIsi1sbTts'tb. lh :
place, in alluding to the le.an
tit rattV 0
means "
.
announcement
tcr Snyder once more any'tim and if were. wlncH enabled A t -
ag&in wU'Ct11ingiith
i- 'Oh,.iTecollect three weeks afore Pze born, no more kiss him and loves \ ; and better you ofjudge. Baltzell. as a candidate for Chief 1fr!. Minor to return to Alabama, wScre she lady
tnd boor I cried all tie time ( me.so good Justice 6f the Supreme Court it i Midland Counti&'Eaaway, in1'85JiJn.n
for car I'd be a instated: now litres. This heartless villain
loves hIm have
tWIce den I li& we been
you vy comes myn. er train ran into theirs killing thf h'asbanx)
"Judge Baltzell, we regret to learn, .is of i informed is not dead. ,
one lIe
self; I no likes ter bmpt w10r.him to gt\me for was seen by one of several others. The 4oit
ri lady broqg&H a 4J
-. the advocates in
r the
I'- strongest Middle of the our citizens a few weeks
his ,brudder4n.law mit mcin wife. ago, in in
: Philadelphia
Georgia Railroad, the construction offered her, but she wotld notaccept i twas -alp it
of
A Bcantiful Incident. which with another
A wild delirious of the company lady, no doubt
joy another ;
escaped
cry W
woman. contested. The denied '
would be fatal tho killing was qot ,
Jl 1.A so to interests of
I t I naval ofiBccf being at sea in a dreadful storm, She psoraised fidelity upon her bended knee, the East"We victim of his deception. Dr. Minor has his left thb carelessness of the action it was merely 4
I. f desire to do Jude
Baltzell ;
lislady was sitting In tho cabin him when front,beneath the full justiceand band off just above the wrist b tall
near and slowly guards of the boat that know and slim, question damages.. The lady proved thai her
.pedwjthalarmfor the safety of the vessel, was emerged the half frozen Dutchman. lIe had min- now say ice nothing of his advocacy .quite delicate,and well calculated to deceive.- lr'tantcu husband I
was a professional -a lawyer,
the Railroad alluded
at his and the coverof the to, or in fact of any other. Trttj Democrat June mant
$ qrprised! composure serenity, that aged tQ gain guards without being In all the 14. think published of the average
proceedings
$ Q'1 dout: discovered, and their supported himself above the Railroad The individual above
111. which have been held named was a for short 2OuO. His was proved-I beBere be was
meetings in the age
Y'jMy dear are not afraid How is it Tfcxterby the timbers it is Middle, time
you pof $- needcsspcrhapsto say, recollect to have a travelling preacher in the Florida Confer- thirty-eight Life insurance tables were then con
we seen no mention of
4Metatyoucanbc so calm in such a dreadfultonbl1 that since then Kathleen has bccna, most devoted Baltzell's Judge ence. .At the first session of that Conference suited, and thtf duration of livef
in length or
name
whatever average
manner
any
4 (. wife and holds the tailor in ; nor held in
utter detesta Tallahassee
in
1 rrtm have from 1845, he was' appointed beyond that period was ascertained. Thp prtb
we seen thing him that
JJ6 pose bit chair lashed to the deck tion. any would
by Bishop Soule to the >*
Jacksonville
drew his word and convey the impression ever,of his being an "advo Circuit His ble duration of his lifts or i its valie1, as. life m-
it the breast ;
pointing to of -4'- name in the list .
of the appears published surance has it found anditrcached Itteoi
cate Railroad.
J bis write exclaimed Georgia His views in appoint ,was ,
1 'Are not afraid; ?' Search of buried Trcacnre.A to the different projects internal improvement relation ments for that year as "John N. Minor." lIe fifty-two years or fourteen years held th&

t She instantly you answered 'No. large number of men have been engaged for in our State, are altogether unknown to- married somewhere in the East and sustained a period of his death. They then took either oo* .

I Why r said the officer. several days in digging for money which they local relation to the Methodist Church in that I half of hU income, or one third;;- one ballj r.be* "1

f .1, i\ 'Because,t rejoined the lady* 'I know this sword. suppose has been buried on the&rm of Mr. Benj. us.We also regret the terms our friend thought section for several years, where he taught school, lieve, for the lady and computing' the Ya1feb 1.

In tho bands of my husband, and he loves Hovey, i in the south east part of this town. ,As proper to apply to the course of Savannah in; and him.was very much esteemed by these who know compound inr4for foureecn years, a'the
me lIe '
I 11 too well to hurt me.' : the story goes, a young man living in that neigh card t.-> her subscriptions to our Plank R .- villian is a man of insinuating address and if amout, it was nearly seventy thOGSlDd
borhood,had a vision of spiritual communication His article written a isserted above is to be dollars!
1 menAid he,' Vemember, I know ja whom was "with a design to promote qualified. a successful I.
I which revealed to him the existence of a large the of this one. A bad hJ3 little ,tt
success gentleman England
4 I bdiere, and that He who holds the wind in enterprise, and we trust it If he is the M)1 o ,
I ,UUfliU and th ,water ia the hollow of His hands amount buried money. It consisted of$27- may not have the contrary effect-Mia. the mn We think he is the records of twelve years of age, killed bV a railway aftb4'
Circuit
; ,ji falbcr.' 000 in bills, on the'bank of Qhennango, ncloscd -4CAWUTOUS .- Court of this County will show that -the entire iault of the conductors--and sj9;
: 1 !ny _ in a glass bottle, and a chest containing gold and HAIL STORM D he was once convicted cf horse-stealing and was awarded him J&2.QOC almost ten, thousand

) t .1; V 1'STUWGllFnThe iliver coin, which"was buried seven years ago, New T rk. punished by standing in the p1Iory. Subsequently lars. They justlyconstdered something due II
., Rochester2nerj.I he lost .
in. he ,woods and his
the
I { ) ; place designated marked A PBITATE letter from'tle hand and became a member of the the feelings and affections of a bereaved parent
above
:. J ; / .J' : On the 19th of'June, :I&i8a, man trees. A clairvoyrant fortune-teller in Bainbridge City to agentiemaa Methodist Church.. ..Floridian & Journal One case. A commercial trader gT*
naacdCorneliourfVrooman, ofClarkson, in that confirmed, the absurd story, and strengthened in our town, informs;that a Hail Stormof tint. fth ly mote the London Brighton nd Sow
injured on ,
county went to alcep; inc which he has slept the jaith of those to whom it had been confidently unprecedented violence occurred thero on the J' 4 .a Coast Railway and the shock ofbUnrr| *f*

f J :nearly.all the time, awaking at long intervals, entrusted. first instant; by which number of lives The natnraj Salt Ponds on tho Florida Keys tern was so great that be badto gire up thia
.. jgotnetimes four or five monthp and staying awake A .-day was fixed for the were whi h in 1849-50 II
.. ; parties to
commence
yielded
that
I lost decided ia
'and great damage 'done about75,00a bushels nation, and his physicians
: ji'jreeek or two, when hc.rc.ames his nap He their search, when a ,.part of those in'the secret to property....one I of salt, have been, during the last winter ba' could do busiaes *?*
; probability never sgv
.l j8:; fed by his attendacts doHnjr his t filwp;when weT? prematurely discovered at night oh the four story building fifty by ninety feet, was II improved and'extended so that tho evaporating :The: had offered bun.3,000 jn elia1
.
1't': awake be cats vortciou.5ly. This strange matter !f't t digging by lamp light. Beir.g alarmed,they crushed to a mass of ruins., ;Haa stones were surfaee is now 600 acres, and will 'soon Jc n-: refused.company His salary! was iOO a Jtarjjjwl w*

If .isjWtified; to t y MTOS oQ>ur leading. phy. 1'ft91) bat on the spot whfrer they had been gathered during the storm, measuring \ three I creased to 800. During the.winter the ponds sum at compound interest for about twsaty.

f ""-" di r' ( 'lnd fragments orguI! a 'stone to: four inches. diameter. I have contained pickle sufficient to make 500QOO; -the "Value"'of hb life aeoordiDglo lift. J"ancc
... -0't bushel", ialL
-s--' -" --' I or 4 tables I -was awarded him.
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: : KOTBCK. *. '(Frotj-the New_ I'orJt'EzJT
(N. YD ocr&t gres a full of about to mike a dispositionif all mi t MEDICAL ProfcssorAlcx. COM OITSD for ;: '.
., tMr tho ; LIQUORS.In ? ., .
life
of S
MrgTCtibout tho : ) hereby rive notice to the public common, I presumewfih others of the Beautifying, Curling, Preserving. Rtetoring and : '
r4ne years old, whodiGcrcnt ., It I hl.vingJUST CLAIMS against P rofe* hn. I received some few ninny months sincea Strengthening\ the Hair Relieving diseases of
j to present them within three flfcirqularaddrewed'To Physcians throughout Skin, Curing Rheumatic Fai ,nwIeahing Exter- .r ; .

and die- ing 1 1en this date or they shall be forever Uflitrd Slates." liy Mr. UJolpbo Wolfe, the impor- nnl Wounds. Hounded by Mgeographcal-! lines, \ ,, <, ,j t-r :: i
:; 1 ', ter. 2 Beaver street' inviting a medical and chemical the, putation nf BIBKV'J Taicormscrs pervades ., ),

rent SUN LINDE T'HANTSCIIKE examination of a new article' Holland(iin..manufactured the Union. The sales of -'IIlrtid'\.of! laft year* ;, t :"j f;t
s flr 4)bo boue et in hare Increased in a ratio that almost exceed belief? <,
,July 2, 13. 4wks!: by himself a: Schkdam, in lJollnn '.by a : { 'j
in I85 Professor Barry after a careful exiininatiou LI1hS.J ,
? peculiar process, and put up for medical u.-e. i
_ t *JoiBWftg zepooi wflh tea Kotlcc. ; under somewhat Dutch tithe '"Schiedam: AromatwSchnapps' pall! a' book,ti .rlthu.t the number of bottles deUvcr4.J4 :. jed :, ,rtf

the m1hat the do, having demands against the Estate The circular claims fonhia article an rim to ordrr.iaq'Miiiitieaof. (rom half gross- 'IIt b" : ,.,:. 1. .,".

91 Job* W gruui&tbei-t who Carraros deceased are hereby called I inertly superior degree of purity nroma flavor.and ward, during' the year 12awastitJiap., trifi ;lof .')1' """.::,:'i-JI S ,, fl .
I \
ci1tz. 5fr. Prsousuidothcrg5jt To ent them without, delay to the uudrsi; medicinal efficacy, and ofirs '1111r.oVtI, a gratuitous n.IJ.000 4$.; : l y..<. ;, -1 ,
__ __ __ ixmDemed *search for the sup- the ,. .rbons lodtbted to enid Etiote wpjfly out to any physician who may feel dijpose.l It is unntcnJry to present aTleajt .tbe..evi V. .'. '. ; ,' ,
I_ but. ,,without BUCCCSF, and the to mate payment without delay to the to lest tiieic claim., in aecitmir'c nod professional deuces ofihewonderful properties of iht'ricoph| ,: ;:"Jl J' 1" : I
___ __ when have 5 55roni
*lIo,* to a Mayiobinson t Liverpool, Many j.;i I mfAD tf. the'uphic furnished sceh ajtladorsejnrnl -, :;:0I J't. \ "i' < :
_ 1 had tfKtioned. A reply was these RICHARD CARRAItAS.' dmr. I finjt familiar! with three facts in relation to tin* ; as this. The *hfipnesoCl6e&tlcV, f. <" S : i
use Holland Gin medicine first thattrn and the explanation given of its chemical scti i .,:v ,, .1f .
Riley rious 25th, 1853 8wks. as a ,imnv-Iy : ; ,
gWit&rb Marcarers moth tune the hair,the scalp, and,la aUcatetjpfwpercial '..
her had pure. it is absolutely invaluable, end not to boxchanged upon I" i?' ..
daughter been missed (day -
) irritation, first rec mmenhe&isp the "
: for, tad that she was ofa WQ T IN.G for any other remedy known 19 the profession of This all ,
., SS in the 'people, wa, jluu ihe< .1
________ poiition. ?ho girl then kery many complaints,both acute and chronic sired! boftfe advertised Uf.- '\" ,1 : ';
was ", r 0 Ifoi: fI secondly that amid the multitude of ill made or sdul Every tUelit T Y! ". ; "
,
ikct5id in the letter to her uncle s of the fluid exceeded I* 'J.-. f":1
expectation
U actecharti. "
I terated liquors with which this ;
countryabounds, a i
oy, tan nrJt J1 J1 (OYfH Jl $ g r'The fadiet woujd notbe\ i '
1 '
pure Holland Gin U scarcely t6 be obtained at aoy \ "ft 't. : :
_2 : mt *Ja PjrIt, ihither0hctA of CLO.THIKJ( are Informed that price; and thirdly that the radical jrnparilieftof l any try .dealers' iaetery section ol the e. "'.t'; ', "i :1
M &Mrnntbythe Ifarorof that stick found ,vhVftasat hive li{ sad-iliiu & it. It
city, the LARGEST'ASSORT- inft'd.tr or >puri.>u'gin consist first,of the hfdratedJc ,
p e public institution in New York |Iere Into ( GLOWING (at wholesale only) suit- of Aiuyl, a poi mnus >jL more commonly wholesale trade of an extent bitberto c6he*ird ot: I-j ". '.

Es detaetdd Lad soon left, iippeftring next* ; : Country .Trade 49 bo found .in the, Jreownas Potato spirit l-'oas-el-o' or, Anilic"", Alcojiol regards, article* of,ibu kjnd. Tbt hc't i I,,.>;! "L.:. ':
vrberx- she tlmt ; I 1 odd ( not yer bWn rescheduled,it"U lit:1'fd 11 { ;"r
in, want under the name of ; fecundly, oldie heavier thetwoeMrn- '; .. !
_ rp. |>rote dine to belnora IndianaU do business- ae the '8k 'tial oils Junicr,:insil&4 oftheJigbicrwblchzjm-. sale Oiif jear wjl\bt. millFoii a '"\f 0,[ .. :

l of her aclc,John 9femeru, law- Try ; : "* paritiea usually rriuh (rain the nercenar'stet'ufanceIsive r" t"IfI. 'ttNo. .
___* pthecidy tjAceroinc the : One Prlte, Systems ; desil\tlon onhefrmUf rtals epI *Vieiisuiitd ''tV"fie I ".'".'i
thorson. :.v : promptly. fiU d., An.e"n,4onfour I:reiqli t "ccePj..of Mr--Udoipho Vcir 'i'iIWtfi Ii '
_ .Ii.' .t.': p >, j. $'+ w and.: 1"11ut'tSer.t'.nt.'t\'f! m.id. gchflajpn'onhe! Cll ) .1 "
i ; i 'iTHAAD ]& iri3T ER, an.Hysu. Aad-mifnidaced to.do this "hrotl'lbqr.lu Q.t.rd SII n'y'a'Canba. Weifco'
: i o\v, (c EOsite the Astor House.) viihstanding the proprietor < long standing and ,W t' l'lnflt. Qitlll thaia./ ace, &c "
.
ten | ,If' / H beciuse the Jnne 11.1!59'. J*. Cm '
t. reputed respectability nan importer purity -
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uavinjrsTJtttnijanicr J
We are the l&rgfSt'manuf4ct&rs of ut gin,above that of every other spirituous liquor 1,
**rio rcas Julia U. Morris and Patent Medicines. ,
OiLED. CLOT JUNG employed in medical practice, is of!the, innilvitnl 1 "
.1 1 appealing in the papers concerning the ; Rubber Clothing at the consequence in the community inasmuch as it MEXJC.\XIUSTAXGLINUIE. celebra.i". ,i
ti aranoe of a child from the family of the rates. subject: to two distinct cauvs of pernicious impu. *. -tt..rMcMums .

k, of Poughkcfpwe, a correspondence a :. Cm. lily,'namely ; the interior oil of Juniper, nu wellns Elixir of Opium. ',. \ :
., t which revealed that he was the Into a. i lie Fousel (Iii. 1 lounJ, moreover, the "Aromatic Davis Pain-Killer vegetable, : .

tuuu- be W'U known in Mnifs family as .Land Warrants. Sclmnpps" strongly recomendei by a (phyeicinn nnJwritrrof Circulars with the above can be had l
.
Ifcsjf Snrin. Hcrfpint hu her npw in keep- tC in cash the : na It-ssiuflai-nce than Dr. D. fsl Rct's.-, of llrandreth's Pills, Moffata Mils, "' 1; "> 'i.'". ,
: .,iad abc v'iiy ent back to Liyerpool. SUBSCRIBER for pay .high the New York Medical Gazette, an.I' bv many of Strong's Pill, Janes Medicines, ,, tw" '
t precocityjp eceit and roving lias prohda market price Latul Warrants.ANDREU. the most eminent tnrmbers of tie! prufesrioii who 1 F ahnt stock Vermifuge, Poinsetts Loxccuft _
iL fc
had no reason to t'u!pose hid 1 obtained nay other 1 tch'K '
: .1IIIceT.1I Mtdicipe, Ayers Cherry Pectoral, 'f'
June 30 183.
J'Ia than empirach evidence ufiispiarmaceuticalpuriiy! ,
\ | Towiidcnd''l Sarsapharilla, Sands do. k' "

Chrisiinn Advocate. nl the IJauuili'cs*;.Stnrcli polish fur nod men value at least fertile 1 therefore"nuke tcs-dred of the pubiic to inlorm at lariif.ofihe iiu-ilicm Cod Liver Oil, Gelatine,.Liquorice, . .! II

: ] with common btarch-will give linen a Gum Arabic, &c. :* it'l
rrnbzeIziciIcist resultsofmy investigation whether they proved f.i.vorabiepr :
: .- I .
2. B. E.
U. P. t'ARK. July CARR.
ivury nprwaranc ,
: oiherwi to the character of the article, p "
village situated on the shores of a : .
lived a man of some wealth and 11lIa. &c. Choice lot and the inteiest of ltl proprietor.Those S IVoticc. S S
a )( ( | ( : per Itam- .
remits follows first for
manner. Ho Die Sab.E !9. 1 U.: CAUIl. are ns : Searching
dim-gardcd the oP Juniper, by distillation, I obtained an 0:1: All persons are hereby forbiden (turn trespass- ; S
r, and pursued the buKines/of picasMIS I is (I lilt two quarts rf the liquid, whose ;specific gravity upon| or cutting any limber on the Iran of _
; on thckkc While he wnspro1 and PHYSICIANS W TilE ,3s.832lIl1dVhose boiling point was 313 degrees, land known as G,000 acres lying on the East side

'I 1 the cnttir wc, which, f it was wliis- OF nor did succesMve redistillation yield any oil of greater of Si.Johns River between'w'atwas' former!J)Dowu :
r ..brOrA would afford opportunUy for; Sun. : L; FJLOIlt&A. gravity or of any other kind whatever. The as Mures ,lace opposite Pilatka and Buena Vista 4

.,1I i.. called on by a BunUtcr who CELEBRATED SCHIEDAM AROMA same quantity nf common Holland Gin. to called put of a giant of 15,000 acres mad to Johu ,

., ,. thts boat and cspOKfuItted with TIC SCHNAPPS. yielded an excessive omont by redistillation. tit' nil Uuertas.ond being the t'ome 0,000 acres sold jti \
the enterprise Would incrvaltho vrild1 it unnecessary to remind nut : weighing 0,871,with the boiling point of 542 drgrWs: Francis J. Avici. l by John Hutrlu-As all said land,
immorality ofihHr village. Jm afraid' or member ol t lUr 1t'Jicall)1uft'Ioilln of the the lighter oil having previously passed over. This i is claimed by me n a'guardian of (J A HOLINE .%l I. Avic.M.UYN.MCE. & "

i BUBifttcr, 'your bout will prove a Sablialh I: in Medical lrt'pl"rll" tifpuie Holland! ill! was conclusive nil the "njp-riori'y Mr. Wnlk's gin, .
; ,The man looked him;in the face, and \ diseases of drupi-ical lenJfr.cy 1 pectfully in relation to the oil Juniper,up ni which Ihe roma, St- Augustine May V 14ih. 1853. 4 1.

prfi flsjnrance aid. 'Ye, it will l that's examination to n very gupcriur artivl hover, nnd diuretic and medicinal pfl'peilici of every ,

..: itili name my boat I hare been tliinkue ; l II y mvself exclusively, lit chieilam! in kind ol' gin ecntinlly drp IIJ. Claret Wiue Ac.A \ ..

time what to caTOicr, and you have I : by a proce peculiar: to my own factory: A? to the Foufl oil, with which all inferiorpirhu- '\rery superior Claret Wine, bottled! 'in quart* .
I and nivdicatetifnut by the common ons liquors arc (Acre or le"s impregnated,anti which "
llit it. JLihank you m the sn peptJon. '' nnd pint* also 10 boxes WineImportedfclierrv
,. bolt B *d. Thc Sabbath Break- ry, but by the choice botanical I vuriety of reiideis them pouonous in the exact ratio in which. Mcdeiia' ant Port Wine, torJial, Fcotch S S
he Italian Juniper Berry, wtio-u. Inoie tiny are inibihed which causes such liquors to intoxicate Ale, I'orter Philadelphia Ale nnd'Porter, CongrefaWaiertChoice :
tlii
As holmd \ bide the minister good \
when others do n'tt.nnd that morbid,
creates
i hc Ji:5tillt'c1I1I1 fl'Clilit'yhh its spit it-
with. "nuklc: at his evident surprise and thus become b concentrated tincture, insnti:ibe! appetite for undue indulgence. with all itdeplorable l'rincipf nndotherBrand Secnrs.Aromaniic .'
Hunt Hew |
The building vrcnl on, and cpnccialj j of which the fntmU ctempernnce y Tubntco'mestSfmfTSmoking "
ij "
(flavor IInd nrotita.nhogt'lher Iranceuh'tIt consequences Leaf ailU Cut. Tbbacco. Jrft
on the Sabbatlu She was soon ready totenrb & and medicinal prcpcrties,to OilY llulland and philanthropy! so j'ity: comi-luii. BE.CARR.o..

and Wit launched on Sunday, and named tie ( r known. intrad of that sa.tcty and fastiJiouiuess! f taste, 'for St.Augu.iine June 4ih 18.13. rIScps (
the Sabtaith Breaker amid the cherrs of 20 or ; the Influx ol inferior disfflhitlons with which which the drinkers of pute liquors ire disiirtgiif hed-
/Jt half wtojucatcd men. Ano4! kai'or or two l- now flooded physician* find no little of this fetid acrid, osilin.atical; Foutel oil, 1 f.un &c. **.

JMok Uvir v ads at the way hc struck water : in procuring a good aad pure Gin which Air.1 Wolfe'- meJicinul- gin- althcugh- .-I .repeatedly 1t.1f"op Yrsi, Powilc-rs. Cream ofTertar. SalerCarI S
-hut the Mv uwial to such an owner hid his eyes prescribe Wiih confidence-in its beneficial tested various quantities ot it wiiIi9tt itA MULO, : ", Sod.t. Jnrl",. Esfc&ee 'tftOD.11 '' L \
Sbe'iraa rigged and fitted for aneuLae.outrDtSunday. : }' importor of twenty years standing, in chloride of calcium, by the usual process, whicri I Ir I1Ie lYel r, :nvory, Rftich pi iVeppei1Iii.: '

,1 JLOn : II'A.o( pd .aoa.PO D".a .U1\U! iI r.x-: 'adil1"eltct. and obtains>> it in'the; -r ordiuary rpiriiu. .Th1 lIe, t'n.to.Il'fllIljr.Ci1U; ol J.NuUl gtCiiiT'j (
ft ;waiwi, 'urxiberzrowJed' .f1i6." nof.dUIY" JoLL D GIJJ e-pt4 bdliquors'-rcrW >J.:- U.\ He iu vials.! English niustarjt I'rrpml freiich'_Mi J':'r: '

6i.RftainerwM floating the name to, submit to your attention my AROMATIC T Accordinjilj), I fcel bound to ray tint I regard! lard (",,)'rlint' i-j-cr, Assl., Saucm, do. Catsup, do ,::. 1'
r In fergtjetters, "The Sabbath Breaker. She a ; ) Sca.vArrs as on, which cannot fail to gin as being III every resp-ct pre-euiiiiiiily' putt I'icliU-s. I
and deserving tof medical It is imlibVdlo.
S utmost expectations I shall be happy patronage. .
out |tcveral, seized by an indefinite dread Domestic Prcscrrc As!t. .,
put I 'doubt sound and select
I Co )0\1 D bottle of it,free .of charge,in n n- its Euperiority not, to S
} t they read the name over them, on Fruit, Mimics &c. TamarinJa.
sprung a letter; intimating your readings to accept materhts.atul: l<> that peculiarly accurate method ofdUiillilion Brandy,
short: others would have done s, but tdie was J which leaves the heavier on.i 1 lesa jrjttlatiles i'ineojiple! Ginger Ulivrs.llotse indLh -

of. She fiaikd ,'e1I-eMuzh for while. Theupiid scarcely one year since" have prepared .: > ntial t>ils, both of the ha rey! utiti the atrf7,behind l-'rceh Silaiiion: tiarJines at Retail.IS. ; S .

felt reassured and music and mirth bgnn.i l $ hiy ftcmtciuu Glx exclusively (tor i| the f>ti!|. This al.-o is sufficient lo ucc/unf fir the B.CARR.-.
i 41 mt searely four hours had elapsed when the aI purposes ; yet within hiat b.iif period, I refined aroma of this above oth'T gins; Lut iny\ .gard Si.I Augustine June iSih, If 53.W. 1 .' .

.. Will tuck 'by a flaw: of wind which came .. '- l nnmcrrius letters Soth fn'in physicians 10 he special qualties( the Ital.an Juniper eny. .5 .
her. Confusion of which he manufacturer speaks in his) -ilC'ulJr,1 S. DONALDSON.f .
suddemy upon reigned on tf. Scarce! an effort was_ nLde.She. .. .keeled in Uj-nvrl, I Incipient Urop,y.and. nff-ctiims of hit v"- chemical wledgenor wI t'rl"n'a18 lighter! Lii AT2IVG determined to make St. Augustine S
sfltoortt- iaUntly- over, and wit to the bottom.K .- ) and ladder geneiBllyjnlsouiUygprpiic oil dilTern 'Irom that of the Juniper us commit nit. I III Ins permanent residence, offers his tevicrs iu

S .*, .t an outcry I but soon all was over.ftfltjr .- wljen taken in proper quantities :is a li" find that the pure oil ol. bothl'o'.lrIZef.lo' the Itft,and UK. J.alir15l1nll! Gentlemen as n Teacher' of Vocal- ,
twill, mostly youth, had found a watery and pccially at dinner ii found' I by uniform yi'Us, with hydrochloric acid, a liquid camphor. and Instrumental music.
aad 1ut"above the surface on the lake tube eminently tlficncious in tilt most Thii acid being in the stomach a* a principal component 1'iano Fortes tuned and repaired. Office at .th.. :
.,
tbe Wcriftion. .'gabbath lln'akcr'pro. caeg: when even the lies l of the usual reme- of the gastric juice,probably creates this material rianltri Haiti.. f
fiom the oil, and renders it the valuable diffusive
afford ihnn relief
: failed to more temporary :\lay:26th.
hig to all Uie 'by that there is a God .
passers stimulant fjr which it and will
1 no, doubt! that would yield dmilir' results was furraeily, ,probably
fe ibaftn who judgt-Ui righteously.BMT .
renowned.I .
: and certainty in your own pn>f Soioual again be ..5' tune Lime for white wafhiug, very food
Mr. Wolfs bit'JJm
". consequently regard c nlso White wash Bru&bell, Coloring, plllntl.M- I
TO HACK MOSEY FASTD UOKISTLT.t&p .- J Arn'.natic Schiedam Schnnpps.is: put up in Aromatic J'cimnppi" iii a valuable nccfSfiotr.to our. urn, Copperra, Glue, &c. ,
into a buhioces J&f whicli you have a per- '0111(", pints and quirts neatly covered end phaYmaceutical ugvnls, 1(. say DoiKing! (if jiscom l\priI31JIhltl53. B. E. CARR.,
Itnowlrdge In jour own right, or by the4MT i I with my name embossed on ihe bottle also, 'parative innocuou&nes to th-mr v.ho ii.-e distilled Ii- .
I of denature en the label ond teal qours as at beverage. To persons traveling in the
friend oo long time, have a cash cnpitaJ'at my my Stnliunary.
I cork,wilb nu csayup1 its prup-nUs fouthxveFt, whrre the best water f"'CIll'ntlyprollucn t ty.Dris
do cash business. Never
to at
a
1"8st1 UDOLI'IIO WOLFE, (Mre.-sing and- fcomelim'is even dangerous efiect 17D ECrI\'f.D Tremontan excellent as .
l!< a credit bumiicss on commencement. 22 Beaver street, New York. upon pTfona unaccustcinf J I') them, 1 should thinkit J1d kortinrnt ot prime tiiationary,'of every variety .
)'oor goods or materials for ca"h I and sale .
; you would be a good precautionary IJCovi ion, as n description ior at
every advantage of the market, andIf from the New York Medical Gazelle and counteractive or preventive cf those effects, when S Mrs. ZYLSTUA. S '
i where you will lie careful not of Health edited'by U ?J. Reese, :M. 1) mixfd in moderate quantities. At all eventi", it U '

: Rise and fall with the .. 775 Broadway, Oct bet Ifct. 1852: the purest |>ostiLl as tick of Holland din, hf'relofort"unubttinallle S Hair Dye.

: ; stocks. Always Ktick to those \.ND GIN AS A IttEDICISE. and as such. may be safely prescribedby TTlllprorcd fiqiid Hair Dye-This isaerpildJl fI-

to be strictly just in their trans- last number we accompanied the publicutinn physicians. aiticie being an instantaneous and pt-roiaueot

.all otlicrs, wen at a tcmporaiy on ibu subject, from our fellow-citizen. DAVID I. J\IOTT, M. D.. l>)e nod no trouble- directions. II Warranl.,

., *.. Never tarn advantage of a \\'utft".I''q., wi h a brtle tninntary, rx- S Tharmaceutical Chemist. ed nnd if not HaiMncrorv to Veiurned. It dies either : .

5 *rir1irli knorance, nor equivocate, nor misItpflwnL of our own views. Since then! we have June, 181b. 3m. black I or brown as deeired' try it.BE.* CARR.'
-IIav% but one price and a small )' this agent and thus far wi'h fjTora- S

t., and you will find all the most prpfitalAenera&e .. But. we ore .in the ,receipt of several A'l'mn-CU11E: IMSTITUIE- Mny 14, 13. ..
.
: : cub one-or they will find I $ on the sr.bj..ct. from medical men 4 lliUedgctille Ga.
serve to bow that Ir. Wolfe's .Aromatic f. ft TAMARINDS, Fig ra te.I'runes,Bitters.Choktf
) L Schnapps is very extensively ill tst, and DR E. (G DOYLE JL Segars.Tobacco, French Cord lI. Almonds,
If transactions
ever deceived business never '
hands of physicians, is proving itself as a hickory Nut, Ale, 1'orier, Cider Uines,brandy
to putting the deception in Invalids' and
yourself pleasure
: attempt save diuretic to be eminently succe.-isful. after BRAKES announcing &c. _
,t |U K; butsulnltto the Ions and be more medication with ihil intent had been tried in JL Ihe publiogenerally, that the nbnttre'popular B. E. CA RR.

future. According to the character In one of the case thus rltd.a.bdomiool and superiorly appoioteJ establibhuient, formerly Jan 13th 1f3:3.l'ii' .
condnctedby T. (JARLrro.t I ,M. D.,now ready
01'1. i vet wade a liberal perm has been cured and the necessity of tapping OTLE

a4, nd1hpot rand in another,.'distrt'I6 ug case ot gravel, for the health.reception of Patients teeking a rcstora- Iackiptr Varnish, &C..Mso 'II ,
tion to All chronic afle iooiof the human.
-, if.!! hit been eny/tlf rrmored by Jhepaauge ,e biaIasonaVaris1tIamcVa'I ,- S
an 1 PfU4tr -, ; ol,considerable size whicti U ascribed orga&irm S successfully Ires ted *'this Institote. .' nuh, ; hbabl, kloft'KaWeat. .fooPOil.ial,fi "
w. ,dpeasethen* 1 use of only two bottles uf this article. 'Dyspepsia, Gou; ':Rheumatism, Cons fpation, rebU."'. '' r ;BgGMtI.$. S

m rry _. eirpapcr for youri knew not the object of.lr Wolfe dejign- Hexnorrboidsr, PileS HeDorrha, Amenorrb- < '. "' S
yw yourself unceasingly before preparation by tbe ,singularly iuphctiioui i oca,JDvBtnenorrhoca, Fluor Albus, Genial displa- ". _
Cases ehoi
the C.rolilltl,10 e
.'* or hisdenominatinsit mhw cements, Affections of the Eyes and Ears, Tester, Received by
f" schoapp. ,
Ic; and It matter not what business of : nor I lue, 2 Bbls. Nice llama, 1L Kega
'N" you make choice of for intelligently '/' the concentrated Tincture of .UII- trystpeas-anu all the diseases of the akin and flutter, lOloxes: Jbeete.2 dt Chocolate! 3 co Congress _
1 of perpetuating its ancient little of I llof-I Scalp, Scrofula Dropsy the Hu
( ly pursued a fortune will be the ( i SyphUis-Hind Water 2 Cases fine Cut'tobscco in im loll,
: MBit ". It \i true that he admits it In be no hing moral diseases generally, Neuralgia, Sciatica Tic Choke 1'riuclpe &c., Stginul Retail. _
ihe latter article in'its state,nnadultei-, Douloureux the '
; pure Hysteria Epilepsy--or falling B.E-CAnR. Ii S
; l y noxious drugs: and hence he c nlraJt lin. sickness, Yirtigo, Paralysis, Apoplectic! tendcn- May Sl 1853. '' t
:1 in Two Scenes. >
I JUiect Drama, from Gin of .
s is commerce, iieailyahlofwhichi, cr, Asthma, Bronchitis, Chronic infiamation of I _
f :' ffipC &-VfllBbnairc seated in his easy : ; well known, is manufactured here Dud '- the stomach and Bowels, Atrophy, and indeed, Dried,Apple*,Fult Mi;kei S _
4 ,. tIm *taudi a poor man, in a suppiLlhi4ref I II I from inferior Mhi ky and refuse drugs. The every possible Typo of chronic deseased action CR'IBfr.lUF.; BeefBacouPortiirj.1I.

: .T.'. :he has.given his it article.I owner,may serve tIiepup..se' that Is curable! and all diseases are curable if no cheese cncke.rs,choice family flcur.graham cTcken. ., _
as prepared for
Ahem rery Borry/mr. young "purposes and thtu commend exclusively it to physician organic lesion le present. buckwheat 'rice, gelatine, ForD, starch; cboicrifeaa _

th&t 1 otn do nothing for you. But I can : convenience it ii on sale only by reputable The Ladies Department is under the 'loe.o&I, "h":>4

I fm a word of advice wnomite. IJ '-n apothecaries. immediate supervision of that accomplished Lady, P.E.' ARft.
Mrs. JAKE MATTHEWS well known the old Pa- March 12th. k : i ____
"JIIM : JBut when a can has nothing to I respects its medicinal 1 and curative effects, we so to
lri.ii to claim only that hi* a pure and trolls of Ibl Establishment. #
flrlrrlti article, of Holland Gin, and ns such wnriliy The facilities! which iliisInstitutionoff'ers far the Razors Bruvhes &c.. v _
: taenaq r Under certain ctrcum- confidence of physician, in those diseases for prosecution of a.strictly.Hydropathic and Ilygeuic .Illdeltble Ink with preparation Wade 4;

4 sun mutt, knMg3 pw to save I thVy are wont to prescribe it, and have hither course of treatment, together wih: its easiness of acres ntrc1 Razors set ready tot Bse. As- i's

_ .I Amu-The TlRfena'tre is drowning in L been restrained by finding it impracticable to. from oil points in (Georgia ani the adjoining zoned Cutlery, Scissors Accordeons. shaving soap-
rendei it the of brushes, boxes, ,combs hair brrthei, steel key _
the poor man, calmly regarding him from I the article in a pute state, Nor should any States peculiarly adapted to wants straps _
..* ; against alcoholic medicine deprive the Invalids desirous availing thrmseitea of the efficacy ring.) tweezers, cork tciews, patent elm ipk sunds. ____

: f .Sorry\ my friend that I can do cif ihe benefit of thia article! ,which from iime i of the WATEB CCKE. The purity of the water'aad assorted steel pens fish lines hooks,B..CMR.cOileD jwirie*
t Accommodations; for Guests too well
are
held its
ral has place .he remedial *
among
fir fiat I cattgive a word oke r _
,, Vo ueed comment.. In filling up the Eat t4b. ,_ Feb._ _._ 5_, _1S53._ __ _ _ _. _'.____ p !
iI !! by cor tinned experience; J luhineut no expense has been spared that could
r-' (chvking JBabttb whe-when I I ( all events.those uhii persist in the employment! conduce to make it one of the tnorl de.-irulle places Jnsi Bcteired.ny .

(". 'IP' of other alcoholic medicines, as tinc of re ori.for the (unlid,in the United States. B Rnm, Cordials Rose Water Rg Paste
'.: QflhQ5C I Pnder certain"CU'Cunt r : bitters, &c. and pecially!hot who prescribe Patients will be required lo furakh their own outfits '1 amariod. Essence' Lemon & Peppermint;

.: wt know how,to swim! any circunutantrs.mujt ell unit*, in giving : These will consul of Fiiciion shirt, and towels, extracts savory orange peel, cinnamon.gingersg. '7
:" I .., 1 to a pure article over' hiuauifold Coraprfwes, nod Blankets for cuJorific putpo es.- thyme nutmeg,peach,yeast|'owders,muttari,horse
wbaKy in batUn p so rife iu ifhe market. Mr. Wolle All of which can be pnrchaset here at tbrmost reasonable radian,picc.es capers &,c. v
twelve Udies ircro '
4TERMS. .B.E.CARR,
_
.supplies pdyricians with a sample bottle fur terms. > .
th .tliei-I, tbe hprw: raD\&nJ! i and trial, as set'forth in his circular, and, .-Professional attention me ol Baths &c.,. Feb. 26..1853. S dBilHard

, II eenWNog fc .their clothes.. A : ; the uptaationof the.remedy upon the' inno' pt week, {((10. ; '

f I .: bone that I We expect he was ,safety and efficiency of his Holland. Gin when Board per week1 fayalle tnbnfily, :. Table'au Tc.PJSI\'AUer.it.; _
pukjr .
.; Jlel I ouster rmedical advice, and pledges Ll own Ser>entsOoard,;dand treated,per week $10. A 1'1 the Magn4ia Retreat. open turdiigiob f i'-' 4 _____
-.. Jiooe ttUahkf-mker; more iviL : in u ntH that, the article will net tiisnp I O": All lepers ol inquiry promptly answered. *- day and JSvenSne. A. '' ,

" 'Ia..u any who use it. i Juneieth5'f.M,. 2m K"vtJJ no43tf S. MfAfNDA, '

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# r tn 'ep"l1 s Dit ectory. For the county of St. John's,pn the first iloudsy .A i iin n Ordinance for the Protectionof : Us Collector's ClElARL1F.fiTO." 4NB FiG "

M goba'.($tei( Oa fit George Street,north ot Non bet (which for the year 1853 will be the of White Perou Assembled> tor B.Y virtut of the power vested in me Ly law I U. f' 3JAIL $'y. .1... ,,

'p |W Peblts';'Square find oee 'door north pf the Metho- 7th Kortmber. Di, vine. .YonhIp.Bt shall expose for sale before the Coon Iloose la .

iufCbu h I. For the county of Nassau, Thursday before the* Ordained, by the Mayor and Council of the Palatka,oa the first Monday of July nest.tha follow CAROLINAThTimgk Alii FLIi$ ,

&orid* Jftftev Oa Treasury Lane. North of third Monday in November, (say for 1853,the 17th City of.Augustine: That from and after the passing lag described property or so much thereof as will pa j to Pst atka a it ItJ ad .

... flu .( Sfisre, November.> of this Ordinance if any person or persons shall knolls the state and county taxes and necessary expensesducthereon I 10 'j 55r

I.k C% EoteL On Charlotte and Bay Street,a few For the county' pf Dan!,on the 3d Monday No* iogly .be engaged or concerned in Todferatlre noise ,to wit. 'J\e CARO ,

',. ; tfoors. iSoath East of the |Nbli Square.PlaflcrtJftteL vem ber. (which for 1853, will he the:tl November." selling spirituous liquors or any other act baring an 700 acres 3d rate land granted to the Heirs of e 4HAlaLgg eta

i: OnCt&riotte Street and Tresa- For the county of Marion, on the let Moods is immediate tendency to disturb or cause a disturbanceof Thotaas Fitch and advertised for,nonpayment of taxes "Sat1ll'dar.:3 P. f. !r

:' .: ;.. tuyiaa. ort C time Public:Bgttut,aDD.ucho the December, (say for 1853, the 5th December. a congregation of white persona assembled for the for the year 1853,being section 42 of private surveys KA HODdl.7 .Dc.wmlnqPALlT. '
every
: = For the of Alachna, on the 2d puipoee of.divine worship at a chrrch chapel in the in township 12 range 26 and bounded North by and JACKSONVILLE \,TA 10'A'I' ;
county Monday iu
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t .i "TtOARDING HOUSES. December (say 12th December in the 1853. City; such person if'white person shall be fined not I Michael Croab'rraDt.Soalb by the Ocklw bf Kiv-J The FLORIDA willl peace Tuesday, 4 a'efoelt i"i
year leas than five dollars nor more than twenty,if a colored ere East by the River St. Johns and West by'grant of 1Micsael IM I+rr k :
t' ;. \. 't' //Fitia' Qn 8(. a.rp.8uett, a few doors For the county of Columbia on the 3d Mondny the offender shall be fined u aforesaid I Crosby. v Tuesday II 3 P. M. RetDrnID J1fil$= rqve ta.
: !thf C mrlHo ts4 Public Square. ID Deetmberr (which for 1653.will be the 19th De person of I LATKA every Thursday.at'I A.ifs t pI '
M ssdO or whipped not exceeding thirty stripes imprisonednot Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of 10 o'clock, A. bi -
: Bay street, corner of Bay ; jACRSUNYILLR
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;. exceeding one week with coati at the discretion ot sale. o'clock,A, 11. Fdda. 4-
t ". .t s k ., the Mayor and Council and that the City Marshall, The above ale I i.postponed to the fin'Moatda, of '
These
,, :: r.V.. .1' .I y.ln":' 4 Ji. .ORTORS.I 1fmllm i @J fS. Mayor or Alderman shall attend to complaints and ; September next. Stage of East Steamers Florida connect and eoaneciiotiTwtSL

I : '" '; '; W'edtta, ; at his Dwelling. House ST. AUGUSTINE E. IP. arrest such offender. R. T. BOYD sheriff and; ei-off, the New York StelmaWpI; i ''
tl lr"liDa
.j .i' 'e(" \ That"upon all convictions the person or persons convicted Tax Assessor and Collector r.c. Wilmington Boats. .ai'the .

i .;, Fick; Oflice a St. George Street, shall remain imprisoned or committed until the Palatka, Jan. 1st, 1853. .
', I of the Cffttrt THIS ESTABLISHMENT hay Pottage front Charletloa 1 ',"I
; .i ". House.SHltKJGIST. fine and costs are paid or satisfied. to .
., it ing'undergone_Thorough Repairs this Passed in Council .March 10th 1853. Tax Collectors Sate.BY Picolat and Palatka, $10 ,

I present season is now ready for For further particulars,
.orda atihrggeitCbrxtotien' HUMPHREYS,Mayor. apply tol| '
; of the
t virtue power vested in me by law I ,
t.
\1"..' ;" fi',,'Ii"if" fat 1. .,' f .'.. reception ot Comp4 a I' FAMILIES ..ANDTRANSIZN1'BOARDERS Attest expose for sale before the Court House i in J.71. CALDWELL Charleston. :''
';. I I, > can have spacious A. B. PACXTTT. : DELLECHA
Palatka, on the first Monday of July next, the following SFdcF1NEGANJasssar' I

," '> ., ;:: .LL4WYEU.., '. .. Ap rtmentL r described property or so much thereof as will 1 K. It RE1DF ralatka.. t 2t.
I.W. An Ordinance to raise a revenoe to meet the current l'
1! ; 1. CIse&r tit Law- ue" :. Arveyor Rooms Airy, Clean, and Neatness expences of the City, for the year 1853.and for Par the state and county Cues and necessary* expenses Tax Co/&cfor &fc. -
Itself fiirulshedlmudsoinelr.notUlus .- due thereon, to wit.

,.'I. a r ,hI..a ,r and CptrneettorTpf ,Wautlui *' the extinguishment the City: debt. 03 acre*'3d rate land,granted to E. Hudaaldouble BY virtue of the power vested in me "

IIf. ._.J s 5. ., -, The Haute is well khown as being recently B* it Ordained,by the filaypr and Aldermen of I } taxed and advertised for nonpayment of taxes for bsUtnose for sale before th Coon HoS I

'1i.' r 1 .4.e .,.,'_ R.qsenor. { ,Built, Expressly 'with a view ty the acct m- the City Tai of at.'of one-eight Augustine of, in;; Connell convened beaudthe'tame ) the Jai 1852, lying partly l| township 13 range 26 Palatka. oo the first Monday ot Sill Ben, top ro
> "r 1)1&; one percent
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r described
C and partly in 12 range 26 and,bounded lowing
a'M'. .t odaUon of Inralidi and others being ( township property ot to lDudlCCol.
1 .J entirely I. directed to be fo- the pad
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hereby imposed North by public' lands,South by the River/8t. Jobaad' rat pay the state and county taxes.sod the
." bunt cf"WIt with Rooms Fold- necessi
', connecting; year' 1853;(for the purposes aforesaid) on the value Q.
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H due
thereon "
pettier
f.* ? ? of Wm. Gardner's .East d to wit.
j. grant by public ten
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., D "6 nde. > of<'"all Real Estate aitDat .fael. lying within th : $ '
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and Veitty the ttiver St.Jehai. V '
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1 ", i i"Mty .J ,pP .,{. itePta Piazza, DJlDda 1o"w, ndow.tbruulb.openang ''.Cbarte.rtd.li1\il of)ihe.MiJi/Ciiy- aad the:;.following : Unless taxes'and expenses ate paid before day of double"taxed seres load 3J.rate advertised(land>granted for oG i lo.Wa' ',1:
Promenade Two ." tad- AlHertoTUrEogero. '
on persons 4wffiFrederick HnmphrcJs.- '
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sale' yEtctlE53 triegla
,. arseterOtttmmi's dJ olio Vbatnt, Sar- Hundred Feet. Protection from Rain*, Cold ars sintssessot's to 'determine .The above! ale Is postponed to oW-the .first Monday boaaded'ta-th E t.
nab "l
,. General,on Hospital Street. Artillery I \Vind.&c., forming a desirable RETREAT from the value of said iCeal Estate; and fix the basis of September next. .. Souik !D'

Lane and Hospital Street. I confinement nt all seasons of the year.TheHousd .- upon wbjch said tax shall be levied and it ix here- R. T. BOYD,Sheriff'and ex-o@. L u ba' 'I

'I lA.lA.. T. Nods, Register of Public I is situated facing South in central far further Warned that (the tax imposed by this Ordinance Tax Assessor and Collector r. c. :sale' i bf_ ,

A Lands--office in the Court House.not. position, and retired from other Dwellings shall be collected in tie same manner a a't YllatksJaa.lst,18r3. The above sale is '

T' Sntieli. Receiver, office in Coon The House contains 45 Rooms.with additional under the same regulations as are provided and in- of September next.R. postponed to theme f

House. Parlours, Dining Setting ooms.and con force iareUtiuD to the collection City taxes levied 'I IX C II.t'aor'lI Salc.By T. nOYD.sheriflrand
fudge if 1'1.',. (G.Hi1mph '.Judge,)office upon other descript oat of property' rx-ofl:
the Court House. veniences in general For Accommodation cannot Passed by the CODncil19S.no 853. virtue of the power vested in me by lawhall I '!'nx l\IIklUOf.ad Collector t .
in ry
f be surpassed. expose for sole before the Court House at PI1Iuh.:. Ian let JeS3. "
Peter B. Dumlt. Circuit Court office in i G HUMPHREYS, Mayor.
Clerk
i Mellvnville the 1st of 1853 the following l
the Court House. The well earned Reputation this House AttestM. on Monday July, 4

Rafael B.C..... Sheriffsnd Tax Colleclorof- has from Year to Year acquired, it will t be th" R. ASDSEC, Clerk. described properly or so much tbeieof as wil Tax bMecior'sfiaU.* t

J I 1 face in the Court Hoase. Proprietress DAVIS aim to sustain, and pay the Stale and county taxes and the necessary ex BY clatter of the power vested in me byUwt "

I. Collector of CM.r.. Pad Arnan, office in i fur the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns TUITION. panes due'tbe-reoalo wit{: expose for sale 1 beforejt&a Com Uotse it..
Charlotte of her thanks. 3000 acres of land situated pear Ilawe Creek .'i1 'lka, on the first Monday Jo1oex \beroUn. '
:street at Ibja residence near the store A. ,
Subscriber
HE the of of !his
.1. II' t' 0. tepaU.Ii The Table will be supplied with choicet T r at request many belonging the Estate of George Atkinson ing described property or BO uucbjbemt aa w&jar
j friends has been induced to undertake the tuition &
1 Inspector of ClUf..,. James A. Mickler. Game Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks Venison, of a limited number PupiU. He therefore contemplates Unless taxes and expenses are paid before t inlay of ,. the sute Dud county taxes au3 oKetput m?' 'i

I-. H. B".... Judge U. S. Court: Northern Turkeys and Shell Fisn, which at this time opening a School on Wednesday the first sale. ELIJAH WATSON due thereon, to wit. "*JT* ,

'I, I ; District o Florida. office in the Court House. our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or day of December text at the house recently occupied Sherifr.and Tax Collector' o.c. 457 acres 3d rate land granted to C. W.'\1Eik .

S ; S Q. R. Tairbanki, Clerk U. S. Court, office i ii in more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this as law office by W. A. Forward Esq., adjoining Enterprise,Orange Couiity Dec. 25. >.-'*. double taxed anti advertised' nonpayment> '' .

i the Court House. for the yeai l,1 being 4n township iSdbsfeiT,
the residence of Judge E. B. Gould.
i' Deputy Marthal. George Zchnbiur, office (la House.Horses City Ordinances and Kcoutioit) bounded North least Iud 11 rat by -I
public land
Carriages, Ponies Guns,. Fishing lie will teach all the Elementary branches of an An Ordinance lor the better et J
of
the
preservation1 mouth
'heVourtlloase. by the 'River til. Johns.Unless ,
Tackles Bouts fur Excursion,&c.' English Education viz. Spelling, Keading, Writing.
cleanliness and health of the and for .
City, other
.STILES o'tKB PEACE.Eeobea Very Respectfully, and Arithmetic. / poses.Beit. pur ale. taxes and expense*are paid before <&' *

PjmkhanJ. Office his He will also give instructions in the theory of Surveying .
-- at residence South PROPRIETRESS.
.I ; t hereby Ordained, by the Mayor and Aldermen The above sale u postponed to fim "
of tat L: Fraaeia Barracks. Navigation and Mensuration. YTitusriK I the Blwub* ;
of the City of:1. Augustine in Cou aril air,tt- J of Septetubrr next. ,
G.J{.l, $, Notary Public-office is the Court N.. Brit Is the wish of the Pro- QruTflt.--For the Elementarybnache', bled: That from aid after the promulgation of this ,I i.. '!'. DOYD.slaorUTand I. ex _

Hottse I I prictrcs that the Servants attached g6 per quarter,hall quarter in advance. Ordinance, hshall 'not be.lawful, to throw vegetable Tax AIUfiOaud LGIIntar.c.- 04

CITY' OFFICERFI.Mq.rG. i tit lie HotiftOfthoiildbe ,civil, alien Surveying &:. $3 extra trash, orannimal mailer of any description over the, Palatka, January JII', Id5J. .

.' Iftmphreyt.laartnce j, Y five and. nbljiuM.. .. .. _.... ..,.. Hours Surveying of tuition separately from 9 to pet 2 quarter O'clock.JAMES .SG.00 Sea Wall or into the Basin connected whlisaiJWall -- --- --- I' It
'. I .b4"", -and any person offending agaiust this pro- 'Jkr CWec&o/ t 1
A MAGAZINE OF PURE MORALS.
M. GOULD.
I l' P.d Shoals, ,;,AW-rmea. Nov. { hibiuoo,shall if a whiu prison; be fined for the first >Y virtue of the power vested ia me b'

I, E. ,lee mileit. }) I G1 I G- 20,1852. off Qct'. ia a sum nut less than two, nor more than _r- shallrspose for jate befWe the Court II-.a. J. ;'

'I jichi'j U. .. 0 '' PJ 1 'l'ERSON'S l\IAGAZIN I ) five dollars,and, for each subsequent offence, of not luaiks.oii the fir.t.Moiiilay of July next, the ( aa(- "'
STABILITY .
i Clerk crib City Council' A. B. Pacet.y.,office. r. The Best iml Cheapest Ladies' ,1Jag %int..lJI -SECURJTY- ERPETLJ'. i l' less thou five, nor more Chas Trn dollars udf) the losing described property or aa much thereof as teat[

al the Council room 'I'\ A NEW VOLUMtl'! cat this popular periodical will $900.000. offender be a colr.rrd person, he or she so o'l'ndingahaH pay the ruse and county tars and' ecescarv. u- rpruMrs ,

i 't City Marthol .,1 Clerk of the Market; Reuben commence with, the Januai, number fur 1653. which THE MUTUAL LIFE!! 1XSURAMCECOMPANY be subject to a like fiae.orbe at for discretion due thereon to wit.

Pjnkhani, y will he ready by the let of December, and will be the : of sue Mayor punished by the infliction of a unmberof A piece of laud lu the Town of PahukS,IqlolIdnidal < .'
pQfl'r1lV.'RoENS.' stripes on the bare back of not I lea than ten'; nor d ou the of ,aid.'J'ow'il .
: 1 matt superb eter pullithed.'I OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL St.. map Bloc".
"<' 7BJ ET Fund, Nov 1st 1849. more than twenty for the first offence, and for,each: 't1. bounded Eau by id street, West by 3d street, .
Zy'era, Chida.Ifauger' J**. B. I'.m, r.'s iiu cUlh'Orlxhlnl Magazine. Accumulated $900- subsequent offence,, of not less than South
I I 1M 000securely) Invested in Bonds and Mortgages twenty, nor by an iulIo"4etaud Nohh oy maJisoAstrert, up-
This is now the only Magazine that gives original wore than thirty one.
's posed to be vwnrd
by
Vaudenburg Giles
o&lioffuiia.
real in this and and stocks ,
i on estate city Brooklyn
AUCTION I articles rxetuiitely: Ann Stephens, the editor Be it Jurther Ordained, ihe Unless
H&- l' EtR. jMrs. nftbe State and City of New York and United by authority aforesaid tax-t and Expenses are paid Ur/onf/ sy of,
i and all me' brat American writers, are regular ; Thai it ..UDot hercaiW be lawful for colored .Ir. '
'oCentfrF.F. P. Ferreira and-J. A.., Stricha. Stales Government.. \
,
coumbutors. (lure thrilling stories, isles and novels w persons,(bond or free( ) lo uie the Sea Wa I I" as a '1 he above sale is postponed to the
.
.J t. This fund is rapidly .
!
increasing a widely
ext eA njn Mondayt'j
I | Ufre appeared in ibis periodical, in the (last tfn ded and business. place for promenading, and they are hereby furbi des of flrptruiber nexi.IL .
\ ,
11'YSlEICUANTS.. yeare/thnn in all the othert put together. The tone prosperous to walk thereon un'ler a penalty ol a fine, of not r.
., The declared dividend ol BOYpslieriJranJ 1
.. ;1Lf L Andrtn. Dealer V) riuploand',Fancy Dry is that of the liijliffct moral\ purity,so that every family 'Company profit.ofjitwo f less,,than two, nor morct than five Dollars'I it lirpthereof '" '*'..w-.IIc1- ,rs'
'
(lilted!fctfroer of- George aud "f'ieulata street AlarKM where iheie Ire daughters, should have it. Re : of per cent on all" existing} 5 'policies 5 o* the 31st a nnmber of stripes of sot I lets than ten acr Palatka* January- "t.lt o i. I. \ "' ..

\ Sq&ro.s |, ceiptapatterns Tor embroidery,and everything useful January, 1848. more than thirty. one, to be laid oo the bate back of

Uurtinitame 4. Howk-Corner of St. George c i io ihtifX. appear mOI lhly. All the Profit are divided among the offender. lax ColUcloii

1' find Treasury Lane. Colored Faliloii here Only. the ,Insured. ,Be it further Ordained and Decreed 'b,them an- virtue of the tele.MS "

LsrrourhasCarr. Wholesale and Itttail.ccnlt'r The premiums tire payable in i cash annually,se thority .fore..aJd.thai from and alter this date all BY ., power vested In tat bI law &

tl l s il llr.it qualjjy Family Uro+:crirs of al! 'kind., U- No other.this Magazine.Jot" J Full how| give colored steel fashion annually, or quarterly, interest,being added on the colored persons are forbiden to smoke in any of. riiatkaon the expose first lurftulebdure the Court iiutUf
platei. a descriptions Mwuiiay ol "
elier-pres accumpanf July .
deferred next.lhe following
f j qiors&c.. N j2 East Charlotte payments. the 'other
North
wile Street streets or public places in the City, under described
each monthly fact
b plate. 'fbil! is.in the or su much
s. the The cash this property thereof as will
principle
of I'ttbliesqaare.Vensge adopted by Company se a penalty of a fine of not less than three |Par
booto'of' faJiion, and le norm ore tilt state and
tex- indifpensab to all who couuiy tiara and
.urt. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry would know how ;arc!to the parties for whose benefit the insurances than bye dollars for the first offence, or in default of' due necessary expewwr <
to dreselegantlyyet tbrreou to wit.
r I I foods, West side of C *rlute| street a few .doors It entitles to If her;; economically are effected, the whole nf the advantages without payment thereof, a nnmber of stripes of not len J A laud 't
c every lady awn dretmaker. piece of in tbe Tow! of Palatka
them tbe known
uuih Treasury Lane" subjecting to heavy drawback of accumulated than lei nor more than twenty lo be laid the ar i
I : cVtiV. lokeuan. Wholesale and Retail Dealer ?Juguificcnl. ?loy otiut9 and premium notes. bare back of the offender-and for each subsequent upon half designated of Block on a map or plat of.aid town aa the#oftk

ot Dry Goods snd Gr cerr5.} Grocery store on (the oilier Cugraviugi. Persons may effect insurance on their own lives offence a fine of five dollars, or the infliction of. half of flo.1'3. bounded Soutlt Ly the SostA
said
; ,I round'doug of alto City IJuiel-Dry Good.'Biore, Tlie.fnezzotints and'steel I engraving-, one of which, and the lives of others. A married woman can in* thirty one stripes, to be I.won the bare bar k,US ISorih Block. .& by 3d stares. Wrl by 3i ,;

t Charlotte greet, Howard' Baildlnc.It atlros ,appenf in every number, are unrivalled for ,cure the life of her husband,the benefits of which are sforeseidaGd; all colored persons, are hereby strictly J.street, by main.street,owned by llicheosuf *

I :.Vw"f X 'II N. PinlkuH. Dealers in Fancy besuty. In illusirations as well as reading matter, :'secured by law forthe exclusive use. herself or chil forbiden to carry about their persons, any k oil's Unless Phillip );

;11''I I c Gvods. Ate Apposite| the I'lanlers Hotel on Ba.iidepfrlmrloUt indeed this Magazine is without an equal. In fact, dren. clasps or other of more than three inch length of. rata.' asses and expenses are paid. before, day of

street.Ptdr thititthe only illustrated Magazine in the country Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries blade ; nor shall any colored person,not actually in *'
The a.oe
Beitef. Dealer Groceries Provisions&e. which Ant steadily increate-l in cir Illation every are specially invited ro avaii themselves of resource firm from disease or extreme age.earr, under of; tale is postponed to the first BloaJsf '

comer of Cnna and at. George street. year which proves hour superior it jj.Tc'rui whereby their surviving familes may secured pretence whatever, a cane or walking slick of any Srpteiubt r. next. ,

F. J. Qi-intt. Watch maker and Jeweler on -Cheapest of All. rom the evils oiptnury. size or description; under a penalty of not It'.lhan any 11.1'. BOYD sheriffand ex-ofll \ : 1

George street nearly opposite office of Dr,Peck. One copy for one year 2 dollar : for three copies 5 Pamphlets explanatory of tlie principles of Mntunl I five dollars fine or a number of stripe to be laid on Palatka TasAssrssotaadtullcctotrC. !
January .
fluJ,. fielt**. Retiiler of Boots, Shoes 'C ape, dollar ; Inc five copies 7 dollars aid fifty cento Life Insurance and illustrating it* advantages whit th- bare hack of the offender, of not less than tea, l t, I&53.
llatsanJ Dry Goods, cart |de of Chariottee ; forms applicationmay be obtained at the office tt 'I' (
ate rot, for 10 dollars fur normore than thiny-atoe.
eight copies ; 20 dollars I' Tax
; sixteen copies Call
of Charlotte the Company, 35 Wall St.. of of its eLtor'.sule. ]
corner street aud Treasury Lane. i iPRMIUM3 or any agents Passed by the Council 33d December 18.V2 .
s ,eo LavrenciL bl".. Tsjlor.! Charlotte street, FOR CLU .-To i TRUSTEES, G HUMPHREYS. Maypr. By virtue of the power vested ia mt by law i ,

near the Fort. \ ,ling up Clubs following tplendd)repay Premiums prisons get-will Jos B Collins David C Colden. Attest expose for sale before tbe Court Mouseia i ; :}

John Utina. Boot maker, Charlotte street nearthe ., be given:-For a club of three ot five, a premium Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, M. R. AttoatvClerk.Extracts fulaika' described on the first Mon/ay of July nexithe rvu.*.

City Hotel. piste, 16 by 24,inches.-a magnificent offer. "or a R H McCurr'y.; Wm Belts log property or MJ much thereof as will pay

Michael NelUfaQ-Cabinet Maker. Charlotte! club| of eight copy of the Magazine for 1852. For Ered Winston, Joseph Blunt. from Proceedings of City thereon thestaii&and couuty taxesand accessary expensestW .
s street.btlow Temperance Hall. C W Faber Isaac U Council. to wit..
a club of sixteen,an extra copy fori Iti53,and a premium Pearson I
Btrttlo Olivarat. Slack. Smith and Gun Smith, plate in addition. John P Yelverton, Henry Wells, f Bill E following Resolutions wre'lhen severally .232 acres 3d rate land being in township 13 M'\
I i k sear dm' Nanh Gate of the City I Addressed, postpaid, toCHARLES Theo Sedgwick, Wm Moore. ( ji introduced and adopted namely : and bounded North rasge37

's ,, "' J. PETFRSON. Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, : Resolution 1st. West t.. and public lauds. ,
Jilt
Staling ,. Ijauori and Rcfrttkmtnlt, by No. 98 Chestnut John H Swift, Jona Miller by the Unless taxes .
1''. Bridier, t.y Hotel Street Philadelphia! Ketahed Mayor and Aldermen in Council (and expenses are.paid before day oC
t' John Wadsworth David A Comstock, convened,-That the Ordinance aIe. '\ V

&e Philip:: Chaii&ttS C. Retailer Liquors, Refreshments TO LARGE PLAN'i'ttUS. S M Cornell. Robert Shuyler, within certain limits thertiu sptcilied prohibiting passed bathing the The above sale t b p oat!m ned to"the; first Monday t'

Auey, ,,,1'.I' street, ,opposite Bridiera Bowling Valuable,Tracls of Laud for Sale. GOUT M Wilkins James Chambers 3 1st of July, 1843. be amended by inserting im J of Seplcll bet neXI. t;
John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman diately alter the word "bathe e'\\ It. 1'. ; .
in BUYD
I" ." f HE subscriber :he second line l ritT and et o0' .
HI ot the
as Agent several own ors Fred Wbittlesey Moses H the first
; section Tax
Grinnell
1\ thereof the following, viz Assessor and Collector '
j! ; I r STAGE OFFICE. in JL East offers Florida for,sale to wit some: of the most valuable lands I Chsrles Ely, Wm J Bunker, within time enclosure or wall of a regular aad: except decently I Palatka, Jan 1st. 1853. pJj. >

; 0.,1'" Pic Uta Mail Stage. Bridler's City 800 John C Cruger Eugene Dntilh, constructed Bathing Jloute and it was l likewise _
valuable hammock
H) eU 4 acres land West of HemIn Walter Joy, Francis S Lathrop Resolved that aid Ordinance, be further Tax Collector's Sale.
,known the,Gibbs Lands so I
gtoc aa Marion
Co.
r rr Alfred Pell, J 0 Thatcher, amended and altered, as to read thus wit I Y virtue of the
1100 acres near the Alachna Savanna, known as (tc ) B, power vested i ia me by law I
CHURCHES. the Carey Grant. JOSEPH B. COLLINS, t.person violating this section of this ordinance, shallany shall expose forale before the CoaJUou$*

JfrauM CtUe Churck. 1400 acres In dan Felasco Hammock near New ISAAC ABBATT, Secretary.Jostra on conviction before the Mayor, if a white pe cans> PalatLa, on the first Monday of JaJy next the 6Uoi: ,

;. North ai Moran mss nansrille, known aa the Lawton LaDe DLCST, Counsellor. forfeit and pay for the first oflVnce, a fine,of Five lag described property onto much thereof as wiU

tqu r z Several thousand acres good (and in the A G. R. FAIKBAXKS, Agent St. Augustine.. 'Fla.lii .dollars,with all costs which may accrue iD the col the stale and county taxes and.4M.tojs1i4 G '

$ k aide M rat r*. condo Lttuttr 4', !"I!; > ".-'. p.7( II 16th'- !_,.-....i'. .'i.. jusaji ,'rS' r----*. .-.< lection fins of said' fine sad for each! sutewqaent offence ', .
rrraeL Ualfsi a ol Tea dollars, with costs as Aforesaid 204 Ji t" "
r-1000,;:acres oa River-South, of St. AY- and U e34I
i,4 B I gn tsdaeknown u the Bulbw Plantatiw hanisg 800 .f' "CHEAP 811.8TOBEI" organ or mulatto"on ebntktlon shall, trespass afgainat baddletoa being ciiori"4a.pdvitrsiu "ey.hI
e'
., tbi'M' t snags tt acres cf open land suitable for cane and cotton.' HI. R Andrea.espectftilly this ordinance the offender shall receive tweotyfive Ihip 8 ,range 21, and bo DdecC'oc.n( etbf potpie ,

; I \ If Awzt And several other bodies of hammock' 1 lajjd on solicits the ,meD'tion of his stripea- stubs bare back.Resolution. s lands, R ,

T't' A ': Q'. COUET EASTERN CIRCUITsnfit'tnx. navigahle The titles waters.are undoubted aDd'termllow-AppJ1' _or Ready_> friends Made and the Clothing public in general! suitable,to his for stock the &stced, That hereafter,'until 3d.otherwise provi. IIle.Unless taxes. and expenses are paid before say! uf'
ded s
.pal OrUWpA' to GEO. It. Season a of which ,a tax ofso sod a q o anersxauperdaJbel levied "
'Y' FAIRBANKS. ; portion has been made ia The above Ale is
14t Feb 18 "t. AngusUn.Florida..SCUOOl thit city; and for and op and collected for(each stall in the Fish market postponed. to the first Mattdty'used "
r ItS style of of
.__.. 'A_ .__L_ ._ __ .. ship Li inferior durability workman and occupied ia tie vending of Fish September next. : '
uruw\ ueI" to none to be found iD ; and it is here '
W ""aDd al Mel R. BOYD.
: 0 44W3C - any market T. !
It o by made the Sheriffsnd ex oft,
.riIlt dw ISOOUf. The duty of the Marshal to
< h" oa sprat Tccj5i> la April 1 in etch and following comprise a portion of the stock : all fish City examine Tax Asseswr and Collector '
te :
: ,.c en"Jflar. ; Oner. Geography and Atlas, Woodhrido da Black Dnp Dele Frocks and Sacks, brought to the market and (with the concur Palatka,January s
1st,1d53.
';. Peter Parleys do, Smiths Gran Linen Duck Drill and Linen trace of any two discreet and disinterested ,
CotBjty of Baal ier,at AdamariUe the new Fancy Frock and Sacks, |ersons, I
whom
on mar,Olneya History of the United States India Grass Silk and Brown he may select to unite with him ia
f t ii4ir la in etch cad Welter's Linen Sacks any e ::510. Tax Collector's Sale.
.
": ] AprJ et cry year. speller and definer Walker's Dictionary,southern first Black and Colored Alpaca Frocks and Sacks don he may make) shall condom. all such fith as fBYyrt.e

11 t .Tor eouty of P stain,at Pflstia,third Tncsd.ytadeTtryyev. class book,grimshaw history Greece.do da Rome, Pants of Fancy French Canamere Black DO Skin may be unsound and unfit for use-and from and of the power vested la Ine bylaw./

I ,iic to 4 itok do do of United States english reader pictorial spel 1- Cas!imere, Black Drip Dete and Spring Tweed after the passage of thia resolution all o f fih i for Ale before the Court House -t-1

I .", \ 'IPA tjef Msrha.U!: .fourtb Monday ling book, do primmer, do reader,school resder,4a-1i CsBflimere. Wh.te Duck.Fancy Linen Drill shall be made either,openly or etirenl y until l hetie 1'alatka,on the first Moeday of July next.UnjloIWwdeKribed -
together
;.',Of.Ii-', : el:AftriJ 1Jj.', '.'. boUt arithmetic,dates, led pencils ink.letter paper with a large lot of Cotton Drill and deck market bell has been regularly rang and any propeny.or much thereofas will paytto

',.,rsiiar ': JjFor tha\ cooaty cj AUchut at Newoatwille, wafers,quills, steel pens note paper, toy books let for servants wear. pants, made in 'violation [of thia prohibition, is hereby de sure and county taxes. and the necessary expenses a!set .J

.:' MooiaymMty.fwtte BJ. E. CARL Vests of Black Satin Black Barathea and FaDe eland to be utterly void and Dot entitling die Pir- thereon to wit :f ; r ,

;:Etr: ww.f CalsBabla, at'Alligator, oa the March 26th, 1853. Silks, Fancy and White Marseilles Figured and chaser to a preference' over any other individual who 163 gem third rate land,grsntsd to H. S.De I.' '

S1 !,t: '!. **ecai Kofdajr of M./. Stripe Linens. Also, a large Stock of furnishing may .be present at and after the ringing of said bell ter, doable taxed aad advenUM for i oapSFtaea
<', ., 'J .' 1,000 BOOK AGENTS WAJITED, Goods,such as Stocks Gloves Suspenders.Cravats. and propose for any fish he may see and deal re to pest for the year 1853.being in township I2r*'|*> J
fot of
&IIo.cutr .. .,
lr ., If_.C.H., oa the TO. SELL PICTORIAL AND OTHER USEFUL Collars, Shirts, Stripe Silk and Cotton Socks and purchase and any person selling fob either openly 36, bounded North F<'iatl West by pabUQaDd lands i
Wtdusdy'fon'tIu foanJa
)ponds ,
l it MI y. WORKS Bilk and or ccvenly,, Sooth the *
the
., I Fords FOR THE YEAR 1853. Gingham Umbrellas, etc. etc. contrary to intent and meaning of by River Su Johns.

+ .GitJa ..r of of lIa Dual,at Jtckuoayile to 0. tke '.l,000 DOLLARS YEAR! this he interdiction fined shall on conviction before the AIIJ.or U al cssaxe. and expensea.are ptid before, dsjsf I
XadaJ
io
.. Notice. quadruple the value of: .
In any fish so sold sale. \
t : For the ie4aUT ol St John's,at St. Aojnutlns ca I I WANTED active, every and county of the 'Ur d All persona are hereby forbidea from are by him with costs of prosecution. The above sale ia postponed: to the first .Moods cT II
enterprising men. ta aWa"Bemlaed oil
f the seeaa&Moadsr Ie J+tae. .11t I ea- That his Honr. the '
upon or Mayor 6ee /
t pee la the ale of some of the best Boob in the land catting any.timber oa the tract of ted to invite the 5SSeptember next. .* :
: .: it ft cov Uf. To men cl good address' possessing a of St.known as 6,000 s acres lying on the East aide the United States attention ol Lieut. M. L* Smith, of R.T. BOYK. Sheriff and u oflocion. "
Johns f
; For't&s trunks' f Orange and 8t. Lade, third small capital of from $25 to $100.such inducements as blares River between what was formerly known now in this City and Topographical ,Engineer Corps. .' Assessor' sad Collector. r. t c. _

: ,.etdt,. before time first Mondey in November. will' be offered as to enable them to make from 83 pm of place opposite Pilatka and Buena Vista tour .Canal (who it is understood is IS Palatka. January 1st, 1853. ; ;
Survey
a ia _
(which fajfct year jes|win be the 18tb October. to 05 a day profit. J1nertasand pant of 15,000 sees made to Joho laurrcaingbetweeaahe ear State,) to the ground 3*
The Books published being the same 6,000 sold head of Mataaza Hirer,snd Received the Cttstliasasm..talrrt'',".
JX
by acres by
oa are all Ulera. in to :
tlTwaaty Smith's
"t
for cf Fitasn the Francis J. Creek the
!last An head JUST
,
on Tuesday ee. by John Hnertas of Halifax Rarer
let their character, extremely popular had commaad is ,As all said land lows Hsolover" ,tt "Ba- lead,linseed 00,tnrpentin ,sail ssof SM ;
t i teforc&t ,Monday November (which for the saleafrrheroer claimed by me u guardian of aqd to.ask.t.hahe'win if
CA consistent
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