The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00144
 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 23, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00144

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Cf.tJT.. r& .' etc lA th6 pu lro weal dfmandbgfrorathe'Count \ ugly and lI-grtlned; but wealthy Joe made !is appearance, decked in a nic% hew about fourteen years of age, with a bright and' '.?

r pea *- TT-\- d'ArtoIs that life rights of the Jtrench old lather. t a black suit, and really looking very comely, The intelligent countenance. This fruit was beatftiful I li

'ji-' Jute >Irst *had 73 cents for each people to personal security, personal liberty, end Minnie[ WAS)>inforth'. only child, and report ,old man bustled t to the barn with him, help and tempting, but I had bought enough at mar. '

_'6 ,"ttlrtt fa&ettI""a." To yearly advertisers rf private property*should bo considered Inviolate; said truly that she would be his sole'legatee. The I ing to harness young'Morgan into his new phaeton ket in the morning for dinner and for tea .
'... *wtta. aouat w81 bomade.Uf and the behind himself and ,
I" when we look at his wonderful organization of old man was a aturdy1'.rmer, and was estimated ; leading spirited anjmal refused to purchase more. He cbsmed that his

AiyuJvertteemenU. nust be paid for bo- tno National Guard, and witness his capacity to be? worth full.ten thousand dollars; at that period in the yard, and away went happy Joe Walker strawberries had just been picked from the vines.

.5' IJ"iaitrti&, unless by a,'regular customer. Byftfcrrtjjg to command; when at*Versailles he preserved a very handsome fortune, to bo sure.'/ in search of his bride. and would keep for the Sunday. My wife was
to our terms, the requisite sum may betransmitted A few distant from the house l he found
the royal family and his own life from an armed The. sparkling :eyes and winning manners ofMinuie.Danforth yards much pleased with his gentle! and pleasant manners .
? and wjth the advert le. tad infuriated hadslirred her, as previous arrangement, and they repairedto .
:. _* mob; we fee only another development up the finer feelings and decided at once to purchase, and to engage
; f.... of that character so nobly stamped during 'of the whole male'portion the.village-, ,-$nd her the next village, where the Parson very quick: a daily supply from him for the season.-

I i "' 'Advertisements: not marked: with thejMtttor : his services in. our struggle for independenceand suiters 'were'numerous: but her father Was particular ly made them one in holy,wedlock. Joe took his Upon inquiry we learned that, with his 'father

.r iaaertions required, will be continued that Impress was as deep and weUdefin- and'none'succeeded m making headway bride and soon dashed to the town of P ; and a young brother, Kb cultivated vegetable ..

aulNid.,, and charged. for. .' ed in the last stage of his lifer as when it appeared with him or her. '? 7t'/ and halted at old Danforth'a house who was already j and fruit to.jell in the Cincjqnati. market, on s \

". five Dollars will be charged for all an- fresh from the plastic Influence of the revolu In the'meantime.''Minnie had a trite" ,And# loyal" looking for him, and he received him withopeharms.t small place near Newport, Kentucky, that he hada :;
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; lover in el'a' have for'one ]
tion.We ,1 supposed taste for horticulture and for books and that '
} f\\,#Iatar ee freely admit that, if then was any 'error momont\\that'snch a fellcw would dire to I look Are. you parried?' no effort was spared to improve his knowledgein

Y', to Debtors and Creditors, $7 00 in Lafayette's political course, it was, that his upon beauty and comparative. refinement! 'Hisname 'Yes yes,' answered Joe. both. In summer he cultivated the soil,

.,' '. .. Abdication for Lettcn of Administration, 5 00 patriotism sometimes blinded him to the faults was*Walker, or as.he was generally called"J Bring her in, bring her In,' continued the old winter the mind. iij

Ap KraHon for dismissal! as Admrf, 10 00 and frailties-of his countrymen; that )he sometimes ," Joe Walker;-and was a simple farmer follow, in'I high glee ; 'never mind compliments; For three yet
SiHHal notices for pri ate benefit will be indulged the hopo of seeing his most ardent employed by old Danfoith, who had entrusted no matter about the dark entry;' here, here Joe, this boy, from the earliest to the latest' of \
r dotte the rates cf rertlsin to the right, in the best parlor; we win have a period 'i*
desire Jo with
fat France accomplished in tho complete management of his place for two, or the season, frith strawberries freshly gathered 'I r-
All notices will be Inserted time now, sure 7 and the anxious farmer rushed ,
: religious
5 5 gra- adoption American principles of government three years. :* of fine quality and at moderate prices: then with

I kulteusly. Of his consistency, the well-known declaration But; a very;excellent fanner, and a right good away for lights, returning almost immediate. raspberries in succession. '4

*,* 5, gr' AH bills for Job printing, must be paid of Charles X. that he 'knew but 'two me'b who manager, wasithis; l plain-.unassuming but good 1 lj. The fourth year we missec! him on his
d work. accus- \
tho oftlie Here's the
livcry certificate .
ea said Joe.
I and communicatioas had always professed tho same principles= looking Joe Walker) He was young, too, only:, tomedround and feared that we should see him .
0f 4lI1ett8 on business 'Yes-yes-Y
t himself and is evidence. twenty-three and ho fell in love with "
I Lafayette sufficient "";'- ; actually no more. My wife felt disappointed and cried "
till bcp pail to receive attention.UNCHANGEABLE. And this is wife he a
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my as passed .
,!Itt With the mob, his popularity did, indeed fluctuate the beautiful and joyous Minnie Danfortb, his old good deal about it \
!l'J, ( employer's But the up his beautiful bride bewitching and lovely
only daughter.
t I' ': A t1' U tt 4 'J) t1' !r'!. ; but he was al );&Y beloved by-the nation. part 6f'the occurrence that Minnie strangest returnedhis Minnie Danforth 1 He was so intelligent_ and obliging l _,. 's ..ftntlt! ,",

1 -...-...--........ ...._"" .... ..... ...... ..-, Yet his talents and life were never truly estimated was and engaging In his manners that she hadtlkena
love earnestly and frankly and to What! roared theold file, what did you say, '
and rewarded the French '
LOVL i by people.- great fancy to him. Besides aU this.,*her
g .- France never paid the debt paternal love which wed him at any favorable opportunity. Joe-you villain, you' scamp, you audacious could we supply our table with ucfne\ straw?*
S Cove t hitler to ray ride, Carrie. Things went on.merrily for time but 'old cheat,you-you- .
she owed to whose boast that berries ? the
a son proudest was broughtdaily: to house ,
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And listen wbitat! lliI'l. Danforth discovered It is truth, sir we: are lawfully ''mArrled- J l
certain and ,
S 6r of pure filial affection. Lafayette died! good old glance atttenUona Inquiries.:"were uatb, but nothing could be heard : "
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a pka1Ut I pare between them which excited his end You advised me to.this course,you auistd'yme'; 't
g age; but his reward, though embittered by the ; envy of him. She,only knew hi* christainna&ie".the .
-I WJUch now have taken what; ',. '. cionL soon afterward Joe you planned the whole affiiir; you,tent me* ,. '' i
Very .learned your .
untoward Issue of his labors 8\1SP other
was emphatically if pfi&Zer bcarS .;w3 rq'srienno
: fee" stole love =$ |t5Aaa ? i W
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Ij. ... the man's mind,indirectly- wrl ,, \l
the reward.otth, .A doa .She recollectedto have
h1: i$ a&r..Jf7U ;. observed aitr, .e, ,
st. ii f aly"j.-V"Bi'- offered
otw.'f'(.IlOJg t '10. ".... '. f1t',". "A..l..U ...,. fatadlSpO i WJCMeVnand: and hequickly t1iU 5irciJ..eoaraJe: e, you occasional hectic flush his ,
on and
check feared
'I I 'Se tiao Amiable. me the cottage at thefoot of the lane, you'I \
saw that his case was a hopeless one unless he
that the fell :
o.'lilo Dlltr pow.MreLtnu did'Dt-J deny You can't it \ destroyer,I consumption: ,,had marked .
A beautiful girl lively and itj prove ;you're'Calmly .
gay agreeable was resorted to a. stratagem.. 'and so he 'set his wit at : him for his own. Poor boy, said! she we shall
wedded to a man of clumsy figure, coa.rserea. ,
it were but yesterday once to work.
never see him again ; he has run his and
race '
sir ,
continued Joe. And the
Wnea by the mountain itrraui. tures and a stupid-looking physiognomy. A By agreement, an apparently settled coldness I I enrreatreaties will soon be forgotten. .
I. kind friend said to her dear Julia I of the happy couple were at once united -
.Wr plihlrcllovr unchangeableUfnraih one day, 'My was observed between the lovers towards: each Years had "
passed and
4 the old man's ire amid away we had teased to
to to
a bright moot beam ; how came you to marry that man? other for five or six months; and the f father saw quell persuadehim / speak of him when
one day
a of
Theailvcrf stars were witneasra. 'The question Li a natural one. My husband, to acknowledge the union. I" gen
he believed ) with satisfaction that his
(as pre. tee! called at store and
The heavens heard our vow ; I confess, is not graceful in his appearance; nor vious and fears The father relented at last: It was a job at his my presenting
suspicions were all'premature.- his hand asked if I
remembered him. In
Yet though I i Idolized shoe then, ;; attractive in his conversation. But he is to amiable : own manufacture, and he saw how useless it j: thehurry
Then agreement also between them Joe ab
by and bustle of business life forms
,;! \. than beauty or wit, will please equally at least, ning;f and night after night for full thre months The Mldnigbt onrney.
4'f T HU800 1. .., every name or face at first sight I, there-
IS'e .. 'A and it U certainly mode durable. We often, see longer did Joe disappear soon as his woVk was A farmer in one of tho Western counties of fore, answered that I did not He replied 'that !
_ J, ".:'t. .( There it I a boon I crave, objects, which appear repulsive at first, but if finished to return homo only at late bed-trme.- England was mt by a man whom he had formerly I when a boy he used to supply us with strawberries \ '

J-tQrc pret4ona fa r tha a fame, we seo them every day we become accustomedto This'was unusual, and old Danforth determinedto employed, and who again asked for work.- and then he inquired kindly for wife

Or glory's wreniha, hat.wiue ': them, and at length not only view them with. know the cause of it The farmer: rather with a view, to be relieved and children. my

\t'Around the warrior' name.. I F out aversion, but with feelings of attachment Joe frankly confessed that he was in love witha from his importunity than with any intention of lIe stated that by diligence fn his horticultural

dark and The impression which goodness makes! on the man's daughter, who resided less than three assisting him, told him he would think of it, and
11 When In the stormy nlzht.:: pursuits, he had saved some money, and was
Oppressed with anxious fears 4fc, heart is gradual; but it remains forever. Listen, miles distant; but after a faithful attachment be. send word to the place where the man told him then interested in a small< .store in a neighboring

".',jo The* eam.o views the bescon-light, and I will tell you how I came to marry my hus tween them for several months, the old man had he should be found. Time passed: on,. and the town. I was delighted to see him, and to bear

t ) .f Th'O joy his vitagr wears. band. utterly refused to entertain his application for the farmer entirely forgot his promise. One night I I of his prosperity, and gave him a cordial invitation
H I was quite young when he was introduced for young girl's hand. however, he suddenly started from sleep, and house <

,, 'o if light grow dark. night, / the first time into the house of my rents. lIe I This was capital. Just what Danforth mpst 1 awaking his wife, said he felt a strong impulseto I to my ;; but he pleaded want of duty
; 'I and departed. On home in
ff' the
"Jf This boon heavenly| love, was awkward In his manner, uncouth in his appearance desired. This satisfied him that he had made a set off immediately.to the county town, some I I reaching evening,
mywife was much to bear
With its pure and holy light, and my companions used often to ridicule mistake in regard to his own child, and he would 30 or 40 miles distant; but why, he had not the friend the pleased that her young .
t Can all the gloom remove. least idea. He endeavored to shake off the impression j "Strawberry Boy, was living and
Joe married and all further
.. him, and I confess I was frequently temptedttrjo'm help to get stop suspicions I well, but rather slighted by his not'calling to tee
.a: Lafayette.Ito them, but was restrained by my mother, or trouble at home. So he Fid ; and went to sleep again; but awoko'IL r

can read the history of Lafayette's youthvital who used to say to me in a low voice, 'He is to 1 Well, Joe, is she a buxom lass?' second time with such a strong conviction that her.Two when I him i,
years ago, saw again, he fiBS
discerning eariy developments of a superiertridktt amiable!l' And then H i occurred to me that ho 'Yes-yes,' s.idJoe. 'That is, others say so. he must start that instant, that he directly\ rose, rich worth
comparatively thousand
some fifty
and of uncommon strength of mind? was always kind and obliging; and whenever I'm not much of judge myself.' saddled his horse, and set oft On his way he dollars--and married to the daughter of data
had assembled at fetes and ,And like her ?' had to cross a ferry, which he could! only do atone a
Brfm ho together our
a.using the ago of twenty years, our villagers you distinguished lawyer. -had. purchased and, was i
fcn4, (tempting honors of a splendid court : dances, he was always at the disposal of the mistress 'Yes sir-yes.' hour of the night, when the mail was carried then" residing in his fine1 mansion, in one of the I
house and in his attentions Then marry her 'said old Danforth.: over. He was certain he should be too late, but
*&4 barked in.the cause of those principles of the ,' was profuse cities
*..*?*. earned wllli him through life. Had he, to those whose age or ugliness caused themto But I can't-the father objects.' nevertheless rode on, and when ho came to the business immediately of opposite'our own. Occupied Fin ; \

w;4t tMwperttion,and when fcrtune frowned, be neglected, Others,laughed at his singularity Pooh,' continued old Danforth, 'let him do so, ferry, greatly to his surprise, found that though j 'ivCl respected public and trust esteemed and responsPol'-itie alibis l! ?,

I what need care? Run with her.' the mail had passed over,a short time, previously, I by neigh \II III
.. Atlantic and entered the service of in this respect, but whispered to myself, you' away On bors. He is well known to many of our citizen* i'
amiable.1 Elopo? a the ferryman was still waiting. expressinghis I. t 11
ism .
e.f'1..m'7tM arefiigeeln distress we might 'He of Cincinnati. WIth all this prosperity )lie has ..-
....I fir fefe time/ aid, but could not ex- One morning my mother called me to her boudoir 'Yes I Off with you at_ once! .If t'be8lwill. astonishment the boatman'replied i: the good sense to remember that zuTwaa fiXiiJ ODcet*the* 'f j"Ii :: \ \.1'

Bat bow cU'aent.wu the'J and'told me that the young man who is cow loin-all right 1 Marry, her.. .bring her here' you 0.. when I was at the other side, heard you ittJe doubt !; t
.. Strawberry Boynnd, no he fees! \
'' .. f husband had made application for my hand.I shall have the little cottage at the foot of the shouting and so I came back. :
\J! my prouder of being the architect of his own fortune
: beloved and at this for I already lane 111 furnish it for you; your wages shall The farmer said he had not shouted ; but the ,. ; \
: ...Herod cad eniteetroeecli was not surprised suspect ; from that foundation, than if he had inherited ten s
w ...." A th thousand- ed that he regarded me with an'eye of affc tion. be incrosed; and the,old man may: like it or not, other repeated his assertion that he had distinct times,as much from his'ancestor?* ;.: I

1 atrspt 1M tanderlaking The wishes of his When I recollected his fll-favored looks and his as he will' ly heard him call.: -' f7

,. .......,iltpti tet exertions of his enemies, the awkwardness, I was on the point of saying, 'I 'But Having crosscd over, the farmer pursued his : A FIUBLESS Bor.'::.' Vessel was overtaken ( .

"P' ** I will uot wed him,' and i blushed for him, Whichis 'But, no butt, Joe. DotS. I bid you; go journey and arrived at the county town the next with a terrific hurricane in the middle of the :At ; '

Amer- then felt interestedin about it'at and-* morning. But now that he had come there, he
"* a strong proof that I even once, > lantic Ocetn.ner the most astonishing efforts 1 \,

Wtewpre" > ,his ardor. How strikingly wastits him; but when I recalled the many excellent 'You will stand by me V had not the slightest notion of any business to be to weather tho storm the awful intelligence of .

fitf..e&ergy of his character displayed in traits in his character, and dwelt on his beucvo- I 'Yes to the but I know you, Joe, you're al' transacted, and so amused liilD3elfby saunteringabout I the captain: broke on the ear of the passeners, ?

.fe<*fttf of hw flight from the shores of France, lent and good*actions,.I dismissed the idea of good fellow a good workman, and will make anybody the place, and at length entered the court "The shp: is on her beam ends, she will never

**4H 1 afptar ce on the theatre of our rcvolu- banishing him from my presence. I could not a good husband or son.' \ where tho assizes were being' held. The prisoner right again: ; death is certan!1" 4 1 s

*"**Jni&eHis military talent In the field, resolve to afflict him, and I whispered to myself .The old fellow will be so mad tho' at the bar had just been, to all appearance of, "Not:at all, sir!" exclaimed a little' sailor boy, '-

ls HtttioJ sagacity the council, during his I He is to amiable!' Who cares, I say? 'Go on quickly, but proved guilty by circumstantial evidence "Gi1J save us Y et." %

*"Wfcl American son his He continued to visit me, encouraged by myparents quietly. murder; and ha was then asked if he had any think '
umptJgns on our ex Why do you eof said ,the captain with
that he ,
To-morrow the said Joe. witness to call in his behalf. He replied
Mats and cheered by smiles, My other night ,
Ia ands my
otw behalf at tho French court, \ strong feeling and astonishment *
friends round court
... anrttli which bins uniformly regarded admirers, one by.one, I left me, but f did not regret Yes,' aid Danforth. had no there, but looking he the farmer "Because, sir, at this moment they are praying .
*.y absence. I repeated the expression, 'lIe is 'I'llhire Clover's hors --- .,{, ; amongst the spectators, recognized *
VTftMBgtou bear evidence to the their x>
honorable I in him. under the Bethel flag in the city Glasgow, for t
; who almost immediately recognized
.**MitSe< whkh adorn both the head and so handsome.' I loved him, and took him for' No you shan't. .bun for work. The I.l all sailors in distress, and us among the rest; and
who had to
the applied
**'*'-** husband. No! man .. ..
**(feeyottthfuldisciple of liberty. my I God will hear their .prayers; now see if he ,
to the witness-
I uy? *e tobJipriBetpleshe renounced even the Since then I have not only been resigned to 'I say no. Take my horao-tho best one, farmer was instantly summoned don't!1" *

***** bsBors of oUfianJly. Had he sought my fate, but happy. My husband loves me devotedly young Morgan, he'll take you off in fino style, in box, and his evidence proved, beyond the the possibility The captain t an old weather-beaten tar ex- .

k. tt rattafiseeat by worshipping the and how can I help loving him, 'lie isto the new phaeton.' of doubtthat the very hour prisoner was clamed, with tears running down his ''cheek*,,j
of the
in .
h one
And soon as you're spliced come right back. I accused of committing part
1'iIIIIi.... Of ago koa'a fortune, be might have amiable. so God grant that their prayers may be heard'! in.i .
.,-- ....boundless desires. Had he ac- There is something exceedingly touching in here;,and jolly time well have out at the' old country he ,was applying for work in another. our behalf .little preachers tAt
I and the my .
of ,
1 ....,.,.. rt fI.,' of A republic' he might this lore which beauty entertains for goodness, house., The prisoner was course acpnitted, I tills moment a great wave struck tile ship" .
found urged on by an
doubt that 'Her father will kill me!l' farmer ,
and moved in the and there U no longer a women
ft'dwUtorthlp, I
A simultaneous shout of exulktion
which.he could neither explain nor account and righted her. -
Bah! He's old whoever he is he impulse, .
tender an fool
1, 1'" f aJbsoIuU command. IfLaiayettA love from a feeling of benevolence, or compassion ;
l and ; louder than the
A 7l for he badlntleec1 taken his midnight) : gratitude, praise
reason. Such an affection don't know your good qualities! Joe so well as I ,
aflghest office in the regulated by .
10 t
storm went to God. A few days after tho
..., the know change. It has a Inn bas!', and do. Don't be afraid; faint heart, ,ou know, nrcr .- ney to some purpose, notwithstanding it apjtared : up
.. .,..... doubt, relying on teathi will no t unreasonable and causeless.! nolle chip rod safely into New York harbor.
h .r et Ws whale public life, that bas asPira. will endure through life.-E.re .as9e.. : won fair lady. \ sot :

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:i- i \ J la'the Sole' Destructive ? ,,-OM JFZJE CDI/TUBE, COTTON. these qualities; tbJ 's few obstacles that map ot j, HEAEBOTH SIDES. tr pmts,,from.the yen-- 1' '

1 ". n8trcr no A=he fa a.benefactor to the plant- Extract_ from 'jChambera' Essay, be overcome,#Friends spring'up" and snrround TUB editor of i'the FUfa Republic ; inanarticle they appeared toenjor :

...r Md ga *ribstead pf a destroyer of rep ad-.before" ? the Southern Central such a young man atm st as if by magic. Confidence headed "'Tbi-hip Canal," tales occasion f 4 they soon beiasosl ,>..w
? flows out to him and business accumulate sea
1 heir. .Awfr, fy, ..,with the E rroneous idea ..sibclallou.t of r
,, *' \.tbeT fee4 'ctrdeh.egetables and tho new '' Agricultural I on his hands faster than he can ask it. And in'.R to utter what he deems, ddubtiess, a severe phil- the most chivalrous -.

\ iy waffled seeds of the field crops; let us hear no. have aoiv conducted the operator of ,by a regular (few short years such a young man i is far In advance lipic upon the officers, (engaged in that work,) into he church bTstra, e

: i t &qr5on pl lnts against this little royal ermine series And to here the closing I be operation planting to remark the ,tf many :who started with him, having gong into tummtr'quarters at St. Augustine.-' unopen door.* .JJeing .t
',' I t .seeker and dev or crop. may permitted equal talents,and larger pecuniary means,ald.ere
tr3cndwhoisonlF 11"r would have been
,. that fine returns are sometimes obtained with We wonder lithe gentleman so hearing.and1 seeing,'I j:
I long our friend stands foremost
and bu and the Jane young among
.r&4"on.+ or insecta
much less preparation. These are results from the honored trusted and loved. Would that severe had those officer selected Jacksonville, change of scene,and J flawed Sentering
\ epQited in the rich rdon mould or the ml- we soiled- : ,
i ". ; JJur drills of the cultivated fields. "Ignorance the accidents of season,and not due reward of well could induce every youthful reader of our paperto as their summer resort! .Xs Hal, said to FatJack" f the gate which dams the- '

I than d directed; culture; a prize drawn from the lottery, commence life on the principal that moral capital tale will you down I" e,
greater "See
'_ f ;'is a tyrant Robspierre eves wu, an against which there are blanks a demonstration a plain put "West. Proceeding onward ltw&
i I it is surprising that the natural History of at least of the futility'many uncertainty of'all the is the main thing after-all. Bait known then to the sapient (1)?)editor, that presence of an official, nobly em (
all the animals is not better understood I s
pore common \ best schemes of man. I before taking the not dollar of the for that work
appropriation and
I pause one ing ladies gentI men -
I ,even amongst the educated and [intelligentThank thrpogh.fa
'. I next step. In this age of improvement, with THE ANCIENT CITY.EQUALITY is "melted down inasmuch all the officers *
"t I' God t.With: all) the introductions from old and cultivator,and all the endless variety being < as into the. church i Learning froE a >

I Euro; ,--3be has never sent us a professional! scrapers of and amid advocatesfor connected with the work, are members, of that. this gaunt personage officiated $
It labor-saving plows, !
c mole "catcher-such lazy louts, ,as those who, hard culture,and soft culture, and high ways, the United States.Topographicol corps and ucla of the pastor I made arty bow"; And .. I
with and snares do of mole-hanging _
J prbgs jobs
: !I .for the gardsneri of old England at so much a and by ways for making the crop, 'who shall resolve vied officers That so far Cr selecting St. Au. mission to enter Ute chur.cfi.., .Heicd '1
the doubt when all pretended to knowl'and ?
:, .head.' The Mole is a.f tad/Jar the lover ofjaaJure. who shall ,decide, with such differences I gusting, as a pleasant tummtrresort; the officers I at the proposal 1, and ht4 a3eea t
.v t His ioug nest deep in the earth, with among doctors, who. is right? and who can pretend 1 or the corpS were forced to take 'up their quarters a smile --so bland and a "Certajnly Sir.l lquious _
t trails of oak!leaves and lined With the most,,deli- '
of acres hand f here account of the of the Sur.veyor '
to say what number to'a will on presence 'tiutlffeared at: he-Tas
sK3ws is considerable about
cata grasses; he "a Ii !ta'
} .
\ constitute a crop, witli-such varied modes of culture ; :. General's office with which they in penseme from fho b.i ; ''ot'1'
architect The Jon,galleries which lead out into ; are m 1.pedfefi i iferring
I ..
? 'shall the that
his proceed upon supposition 4- communication -- -- "* *- H, ,
b favorite for
tfcase" pafurbgroubd|abounding :. daily reference.R maps- -that a _rou *
w plentiful to be made -
tr lupplY".orprovisions Are -
L "q t:i tob'a& /ark WKwr fC enfiflcntll' $ffetr".constructed His industry, and show-31vbg 1 him'I on the farm and then set down; ,as a good cotton IT'i.OfEDXRit, BfGqTS AND ERESISTAXCX ETEIUir. "D. instead'pf, i i&ymnkrtflr, & i is,plainly.enoughintimated f.t t; ,ri .. ,;

I .. "' \ hypjeculiarlocomotion$+ ,,w th great rapidity, from: crop,;ten'acres to the hand; un/ler":vorablp cir TO ALL .1'UO.OI'ro5b TIIElf .. I i !- in the Re tpu o/famyr,4frtiele; 'th* 'cli\ 1IiJj; U dr ,

II I'I, rote; point Wanot r s a lesson to bo biped, slugigard -* comstancctf a little .more 'ma1appeakutho e.cultivated, fnd \ '. 0 '. ; ',"t ?, .,corp i is nctivefy'engage* on'maps |ln tcd,1,1i.t1L b iI'''Aiur'h zt,
on' has
I y r ,. fc' r m-*.-2 J ICU true"", that I tageaicttiofftjiJihe_ .VCgCCf: Lb e4" a As some soon lands.as.ti I ec'y'ung Jes. Upon.cotton.,1 a .'Tprgceed';" go, '.:. ... \.s T. U ltu'siJjQaturd { tie work .end jep6 jfor\fee.ha bf thefT6pograpnicall I ,"Pi" ''th' 'tidi 7i '': ;r"'Wit, .iI :f lt'tnl.."" .

e m lOQD icte !" tie. *d--.na. ro Iti!Jeav 1b: n'to : \ ',,-aly2Zd,11853.;:E.,,. >cau In., reference to operaoa ana' ot1i nocen" tj btL 'Soafe

I, ., \ operation inay* mmehcey"J In lands ,. II" "IJ ( <10I. gr << !i t.J, bi '1afi\hQ\ .aU) 'so'(?).editor of,chairs *nd benches to' 0

\ I :which'. ari .', 'and.8, I3aplin tq-'i I. t6at $ acid to enabl l them tobebokiA 4
p. z" < iwe.were : /rtfg4 4tQhnotv; PW ,ogre :sued' mtlie ,
? g toty':cbo".Pl 1 ..7Q'ri l ePcnin" ig J fa' \ r, .
}.zh < 1 1nnow+ j&partinsn.t::to ,sets pjsnJ p Ji7am.it t tlievcd gtt:111J
LT- -p !onIi o JTi'C'\ r eU1c.d .
., 5TVtaeh'Ride &the! l commission comnoxcil-of: citizens*! f .FtS :co. CT.t.,
carefulplOWfiiatribllbw o jornt .
c <.). 6i er t\hli wow flitch t r? wy, !ch was follow rbj several others a! 'B1uM. r 'I '
CurlY arMy worms to satiate their bordinatoappetites. drill, throwing a little light dirt into the spaces Florida and officers of the Engineers, should the tedium of ttLnappoinUneni y .
made the hoe and little also about the ntcrvals.1 They were accompanied by. a hi;ti '
roots '
by i
11 They inn.rilbty rejected vegetables a wind of11 decide. upon this< nature of the work to be done. from place to place, trusting their eiifentj
it "* licsh of,the cotton covering and ?sating catered, all easterly an.1 abandonee thunder and .
'. of all kinds, butwould feed on chrysolides; regain their former pluqc.or to their fcrtfeae
.if "( 11 and even on each,other, wJltm'not supplied with! small grits which may have sprung up. This is, liGhtning. Some*hail fell during the storm. P. ly
t _, I. their, proper food. Ono lived on a dead pigeon indeed the merit claimed' for the operation,; that I" -! I II' I I finding others &s d desirable. In the mcantbe&i .

r for a l long tim:, These facU prove their, carnivorous after the :hoes have passed, the plows come on JSP THE 'cle :mt steamer Carolina, Capt. I'c' i RAISIXG HOUSES. tumult the door became mora.violent, an4c I Istrepcrous.

"' nature; and wa would hazard little yi says and 'effectually cover and destroy the coat of 'OXETTER' arrived pn Tuesday morning last with !I, FOR a year( or two past the price; of horses has Sromc pressed agamst it aslf to fcrq,''-

l' in g that the mole is highly beneficial in destroying :!joune grass then up this is known to practical her accustomed, punctuality. Sho brought a gone up enormously. This is accounted for from it, whilst others pHed it briskly with :
planters, to be the of'grass' which very i '
crop escapes (
.- 4 :l' e' \ dn\\vninto these insects.the ground Vcgstables, and tho are charge often cut Iaidups and : the hoe, and docs mischief to the cotton. But large cargo. We,understand this i fisher last trip j: the fact that immense numbers are required for ?[Matter were beginning to be aJittJe tIan '

I when the land is rough to the here I the transportation of overland emigrants ttf California when the much wished for m. .
'J on our scraping favorites C: Another animal, says ; so as endanger this season. She will make one more trip '!:I. ria, partv It t

\ ;Hachman- one'exceedingly shy in its habits, does I covering the cotton with the plow, the opera to Palitka and then lay up for n few weeks. j and Oregon, which has diminished tbeI rived at the church door. .During ti.il.-af.; : .
.tion must.bo reserved and the hoes follow the I
i tjio mischief; Lcconte s pine mouse, (Areieolijtinetortun numbers to supply the demands in the Eastcjn cidcnt to the unbarring of the doer ths hiy '
ploAU that is now proposed to be done is, a I
j of and ,is) is truly the destroyer injurious'to so much vegetables.camplained very1' rapid guperficlil: working, reducing the WE are happy to inform our citizens that States, for which they arc compelled to look to pair and their: attendants were soeb1e11And' prcs j* '
very Mr JACOB
i .. Since the. Innocent character of the mole is established crop to bunches soon to pass over and return MICKLEH has consented to allow his I other sources. The breeding of horses in Florida 1 became so comminglctl t \" the crowd that} ;

c upon the authority of.the greatest of again for a more careful operation. This should numerous friends to present his name to the v has attracted the attention of a few individuals; they could not move a''pace. ASsoonasUicdocf

Jiving naturalists,"wJ hone that this numerous be done as soon as possible, as will be indicated tern of St. Johns County, as a candidate for the I I but it has never been pursued to any great extent was unl>arrcd the eager multitude rushed in idtor <"
and varied be allowed in uninterrupted by the necessities of the .; The grass anthe d office of Sheriff.-: + -
will The
family high and
standing With the extensive
reputation mild
: grazing grounds skelter the foremost
safety,1Pto'dig and delve for the good of weeds i must be kept down, and the stand of ; seizing most eUe(

1"uwi and thus keep under those insects which, (cotton reduced. At this i first working, unlessin of Mr. M. is too well known, throughout; i seasons which Florida possesses we ,have no of the remaining positions for overkpkin ft*' .

j breeding and dwelling In the earth, cannot be lands already very soft, I should advise the county need comment.ar i doubt, that capital invested in this branch of business whole! cene., Some scaled the balustrade, win J

i destroyed by the birds. They are both wise siding to be close,and to be done with some plow ---- \ will extremely profitible.e '
hlcdi1 clip
\ prove it
Others leaped into the
WE over sanctuary.! Soon
'checks which the Creator has placed here to aidand which break and loosen the earth deep, e first number of
I ,
I a' restrain nature, by the exercise of their peculiar about the roots of the young plant Others may the United State Illustrated, edited by Mr.CIIAULES the following from an exchange paper for the information mounted chairs and benches whilst others{ r& v.

: functions, and we say again, protect the theorize as:they choose, but with a plant sendingout i A. P'AKA, New York, also Vol., 11 I of our readers on the subject cd them>elves on the steps of the COD& o 1a.f
and the bard.t a tap root, upon which it so much relics, and I HOKSES.The unusual high prices for horses is:a
I iliiolt part 1st, of Sfeyeft Unirtrsnm edited thesame Some stood upon the tops of pews, while others,
tri.ki so-deep into the earth as that _of cotton, by subject of constant remark. It is true that, dunn?
I fi ',1'; Starvation in Spain., 1 shall\ insist upon its accommodation by providing gentlemen. The work is most interesting I the last thirteen years, less attention has been paid by a circuit through the.-chancel confronted.,:

.- It that tho miserable) ondition to a soft, deep, mellow bed, into which these and embellished by beautiful steel engravings.; I to breeding than necessity demanded;but the main suffering pair full in the face. Now the 4 _

i which appears Ireland, was reduced a felt 'year ago, i iw il'' root may easily penetrate. In the second working Price of the Vailed States Illuttrated is DOcents I cause of the scarcity of.these important animalsgrows church a scene of uproar and confusion. A. e
to ', what'is now in the plows should in all cases go before the for.each F very 'much out of tho largo emigration to being made the 1"
w I paralleled by taking place Spain. number: price of Meyer'*,, Un ir.er-I\ opening through crowd t.te
I hoes, and in all lands at all tenacious hard let i. California. Large droves of them are bought the
s "I iA "In writer vain In a the French venerable paper.Bishop says :of Si Jacques the work be deep, and close again, and the middles turn 2o cents per number. A deduction i is e I i'' Northwest and Western States, to be driven ty proceeded to the rail where the mama

I"Ju of more than six hundred unfortunates of thee row also be well broken up at thitime. stelabe. f' I t. overland to the Golden Mates, Two"thousand emony was to be performed. In this plfce t

'i1 presence resembling moving corpses, who daily be- Note the hoes have an important and delicate \ : 'j. t fine horses have been start vitlun the last y.ear-- were still more closely hewed than a|'the door! '
; i duty-t perform. The cotton is to be reduced REMARKS. j I to be followed by many more, whose duty it will and thrill-bred
siege his gate,has sold his mules: and his carriage. encountered on all sides titter,.
I III It! I .., .Ju &Ih, reduced himself} and servants to theinvest nearly to a stand, though it is now ratherearly Tnoucn we are neither desirous of taking the public ,1 I I bo to revive the old-fashioned stagecoach mail the impudent gaze, and the_ half-suppressed vri&'
to be;fully reduced; perhaps best to leave routes on the Pacific coast Stage horses are .1
necessaries, in order that he might give welfare under our inclined
tutelage, nor to
_ : /the rest to those who perish of hunger. .All thatJLbortheiolher two stalks where one fs intended to grow.' The cJn.1 i. needed all over the country, and as the roads improve ticism.* To enliven a scene: by no means daB ..

,bishops apd clergy, all that theHevcrs -young stalks !Is very tender and easily. injured by sure too severely the more innocent social ,''the demand for them will increase, both forp"lic and to g've zest to an en entertaimeut for whidx A 1

+ 'h cat fQ ac'OI'tU tOp C tl\P m' bruises and'skins; from rough and careless.wor 1y -as our correspondent appears to insinuate we t 1 and private conveyance. Our Carmersfought seemed to have the keenest relish, the charn :

.1. ......, !., .. .ot' di I oho and with it the is much hand better to aid than a little to sometimes must sa l.that we,fully concur with him in rcpro- lowest this new.demand by renewed,attention I- organ ',,:>caedforth! go-stirring music but ,
thinning spoil :'
a good to
pa.t.f8 t tt 1 LR1 artss 'th'v r'mnjnj.1 ,bating what he styles "nio"ht-marria0"es.: We tic breeding. G
r .
:, least mem' last' Standby: bruises: from the hoe",.">ecut, worm. ,, III ._ .' was dancing:that I could P n
f ..,- I'I.I.J'IWCWpi''b1fi\,
.f O'1JII.to U!'db itt to the DCeOuq.'O_of?catele and th qg1j.c.' we may appear to transcend MANY of our readers wilt be gratified to receive a general oltburst of laughter and merriment.>
'o. z h. and In of working at is critical f.of jhis crop. jThe our'dufy:ja a,journalist,=we will takVtne

; liber.ty
;: y many p the information contained in the The
'v -i < -\lJie most'dangerous charac er.'are to the distance to be ginn, I have b f9r'd sbtea; and t In hereafter of following.paragraph marriage ceremony being overr they( evacuv
|. joined tho first operation:bunching, this thing ought giving our reasons for this opin clipped from the New York 2 jy 'Hook.- ted the church in the.Rama disordjrly ID.1mIeC
'J9Mn! e J, Hundreds of sick! ipire from ?Want ofiiourishmejit ion. His
to have
to be looked to and the accord epistle seems been'co-, Should the
'" and medicine The.streets; of our spaces "new use" prove1as beneficial as anticipated which they entered it. Mamr appcaraJ '
I .. ingly. At this .second passing over, the hots. ceived in an amicable spirit, and dictated
.cltieAjure benmbercxl with o4| man and ne\v"8timuus! will be fleas
,:women, I b11 given to its production to dilpmjtheir contempt Tor*it, arid for tit j
little ;
must soft dirt the foot the
return a to of laudable
children with the visages of corpses covered a desire to repress a social evil, but .
; .. stalk leaving it clean and supported. If this : in our Sfcite. Flori!i possesses 8uperir"antl admonition of tho officiating clergyman; by d4n.

t with miserable tags, and even worse, troubling work is well done, the weed will grow on without i will excuse us for saying that his personal ally t : 'i for tho culture of this great staple! ning .thii'hatsy I boisterous talking, and ptroh4
i I themselves no longer except to die in quiet, and sions
I : imploring with loud cries the.succors of tho public any necessity for further attention for soino twenty are in very bad taste, if not wholly unwar both l .in fitness of soil ami i climate, and length off language.. Such, Mr. Editor, IS a'' faint but if-
days ors turea weeks when the should ranted. Social reforms effected .
plows are rarely by satirical *
ch&rity.t the'gates of the ArchiepjscopalPalace seasons. ? perfect outline of some of the abases i incid
i ,I more' than a thousand people wait t for return againl At this tim, some plow should personalities; and when they are,it i is on-1 A NEW Usr'FOR Corroy.-Invention which these
public After
be used next the cotton which will tumble thesoft nightmarriagw. public
laity broad; and I hear that one day)ately 4,500 earth about the j ly by erecting one evil upon the ruins of another. !!, goer far to make useful almost everyproduction tion :1ft
the small l shall have
distributed root; covering been called to thFm and
)j oor assembled to receive the alms in +++ i of nature,IMS found a new use for cottonii which
/ ho'city young gras t which mar have sprun up since "' GEORGIA AGRICULTURAL : rents and the friend of youth shall I
| by one gentleman. I without have
T a large amount will Ue
the doubt very
r I last working, butte plowing should be less a e n n-
I \\j. ;: s < > doss and shallower, than: at the former workin n'. Fair of' |, ploycJ.V e allude to the mattnisncs now com- convinced of the evils accompanying;them Jf :.
The American Union.
The hoes hate much to do in the culture of this Br an extra Southern Cultivator we are put i! ins so favorably'ami extensively into use in pre- not be difficult to subvert a custopi' p objcctbsi r i

1 j !ilCOT Virginia first fettled by them lisp. crop, and must bo prepared to devote pretty in possession of the "PBEMIUM LIST" for the eighth! frrcnce to any article luTttofore tried. The writcr i- abk, by suggesting to clergymeii the proprietyof
.r : ,,1014 New.York first scttiod? by the Dutch. much all their time to it ) of this li.i3 used one for wme. six months past I
constantly passing
: -' Massachusetts annual Fair to be held in Augusta Ga. the I of celebrating marriases at
;; 162') settled by Puritans. and perf ctin' *that which cannot be done with on nnd has found it to possess every requisite ear more.seasonable hoars.

1023 New Hampshire settled by Puritans. the plows, by thinning out surplus stalks, cleaning 17th, 18th, kith, and 20th, of October uow next j I desirable quality of a : : without the objection or'' by representing to parents that.the reseal \

I I 1624 New Jcny settled by the Dutch away remaining bunches of grass, stirring Our sister State, justly termed "The Empire 1 so frequently tl a.-yxinst: moss, curled which they owe to themselves and their cbildrai,
1027 Delaware settled by Swedes and Fins. about the roots of the pant! and, if need be, ad- State of the South," has with increasing zeal from hair or husks-as tha busies moulding from should prevent them from sanctioning- sail .:
1634 Maryland settled by the Catholics. damps, bad smells from the curled hair
j dingta little. earth to them. It is difficult in I summer
"fit; I 1035'' year to contributed to tho advancement I shameful
Connelticut settled by Puritans. treatise of this sort, to say how often, and in what year much I and the lumpy'matting' of the moss. The proceedings. ,

1686 RhodeS Island.> jr Eogur Williams.' manner this trop shall always be worked, when of the Agricultural and Mechanical interests I, cotton felting, prepared by a patented process, I am, your. *, .

;- .: 1650. North Carolina settled by English. the character, of the seasons, and the differencein of the South. The Southern Central Agricultu-1!i I has nona of these annoyance, is always elastic. c. y. i..
: '
,;..,. 1682+i Pennsylvania settled settled Gen.by Wm. Penn. the land must have necessarily so' much to do rat Society of the State of Qcorglav.have for this!' and will, with ordinary care, last a lifo tim .- 1 :
1733 Georgia by
in settling this question. Tho rule must Our friends "way down on the old plantation : A Florida. "
general llaiuuiraock. : \
1791 Vermont admitted into the Union. year premiums to the amount of Five
i j I will please make note of this f "
a and
I to keep the earth loose and well stirred; the consider that The editor of the Ocala -
1793 Kentucky admitted into the Union. thousand dollars. I (Florida) Mirror, npg > \
early workings to be deep and close ; and as the They are pot confined by their tile invention is a feather in their caps,-or rat ii .
1796 Tennessee admitted into the Union.: crop comes on and the fruit begins to appear 1 let, regulations: to articles of Qeorgia manufacture i! er money in their purser--as the demand for tic an eroncous statement or} this subject ,: ;
,J802 Ohio admitted into the Union. these the raw material at ?home will doubtless gives the following description of i Florida '
I 1811 Louisiana admitted into the Union. workings be less close,and shallower, keep and industry alone, the interest of the wboeSouth material Hft- i
ing the soil.soft and clean. It U of great importance seek to advance: fair ly increase the price. We feel sure ttyit if the mock, which the writer of this knows.to_be iaate- I
r .1S16 Indiana admitted into the Union. they and thusj their real of this .
to work this late mantras
crop and it should not arc ever made known ,rially correct :
817 Mississippi admitted into the Union. cease until the branches lock or he cotton l begins is open to Florida industry' as well a s other toHhe' public generally, five hundred thousand M. ,

1818 Illinois admitted into the Union. to open. I do not consider that, it is necessary southern States. Their premium list promisesmore bales a year would not satisfy the demand for its that There are some few swamps on the stream 1 1

1819 Alabama admitted into the Union. tp pde the earth in lute quantities about troots of interest than the much talked of World's manufacture. The article having been thoroughly tooWike swamps of other regions, nVo lb 1820 Maine admitted into the Union. growth it ;
being mixture
i tried the palmeto, live oak,
of the cotton but think the on principal .
of all and
I 18Q1 Missouri admitted into the Union. tendency Fair, and embraces nearly thing valuable steamship's, ap magnolia .frail and of laond
every their undergrowth ,
the proved by ,
workings should be, to increase the quaati t owners, as well as by physician* .
1830 Michigan admitted into the Union. Y in Agricultural and mock orange Ac tangled with vine
< Mechanical Industry, Art who have tried and strongly recommend: them and 1--
I 1630 Arkansas admitted into tho Union.. More about Wood Gas. mine, ql a gcnuin bimmock i b
and Science, and taste. Among the articles for we doubt not the Patentee will make a fortune '1; a high dry
18t$ Florida; admitted Into the Union. Several them. rolling spot, set; like an oasis in the pine-bar
days ago an article appeared in the which on The agent for this and the .
t premiums are offered observe city union
\ lau Texas admitted into the Union we several I ren Tho borders
are thick vtI
newspapers commendary of the''woodms'oar of generally, arc Messrs, Dorcmus &Nixon: 21 Park generally Very .
i 1846 Iowa admitted into the Union. fellow citizen, Dr. McConnel l, which has, which'the. ladies of St Augustine" we believe' Place and .Murry street undergrowth; further in yoa find tha grcoad ".

; 1B4Q Wisconsin admitted into the Union. recently been introduced in Wilmington North could successfully compete for anstanca under : .. eTa;- with, much clearer tmdeMrowt1L
,,1. I. ,*.Admitted t into theUnionPablisb, .; Carolina at comparatively atmf-cost to-con' the head of ** "* -* -.*. *" *.* C011I1IU1NiCATION; "T tI 'erect nd'Rlii-witiv'&v&mst''kh'hickorief( .
I p .-- -------- lumen. that State. so. largely abounding fli the Household Sr. ;fynr
!- Department AcGn mE July 20th 1833.
:Cgo'"' ,
.: _. r }.c ..ol''e"paipe'r material necessary to its production. Last Saturday ? riesyofteir three ftorfeet through' It Lt trtktt
$-4 I '
1I en. I experiments were made with it in Newark, Jellies, Preserves, Jams, Figs,preserved dates UK. EDITOR:-As you :have lately manifesteda though high and dry (rom the luxuriant growth J Jor }

A ,Coat!tea ofthe Newspaper publishers New Jersey. A friend who" was present says and pickled Olives( ,-also in very commendable disposition to take the public the forest, one accustomed to river bottoms 1 J&

of O ConneUcut has recently been held m' that I that the apparatus operated a perfection, and that Needle, Shell and Fancy Work, weal under your fostering protection permit constantly looking out for some large wattt

.State, at which the following among other, resolutions I this gas was far superior to the gas manufactured a premium of we find offered fo me to call your attention to a grievance no less courses, 'which he never finds. Theta are occasional a
in that the old channels runlets which daring
.city or serve
I on plan.
Already applications For the best '
were adopted* I have been made to the proprietor for ". Collar and Chemisette $' 00 pernicious to religion, morality, and social order, the rainy seasons Uxarry the excess of water; ,i

I &Mfo? Z, As the sense of this meeting, that publisher i patent rights in the Northern States. Ten pounds Underslccvcs, 3 00 than that of leering at your wife and daughter but these are seldom over a hundred yard long :.

"i of newspapers i in this State owe it to ,i of pine wood,we learn,will make one hundred cubic Handkerchief 3 00, as they enter church-I mean the disorders attending and plunge hea.d.1 ng int soma hill-side anti disap :

themselves, to charge for Obituary Notices, Resolutions feet of gas and the illuminating agent can be also premiums in French Needlework'\ and also weddings in this pear. But, what is remarkable, when your li
Y I ,; &e., exceeding five lines in length, >t I furnished Washington or Georgetown at about premiums in abuse place. Hearing of the i out of one of these hammocks you find yourself
,,1 I1 : no lest than their regular advertising rites i two dollars and fifty cents for a thousand cubic soon after my arrival in the'city, I resolved descenjjng to the pino barren. There is no mod (

I' ,RtKhfd As the sense of this meeting that it feet. Besides, .the fixtures can be erected at one- Spanish and American Needlework. to avail myself of the first opportunity to wit- b them and fewer snakes than. in anFaesv cow'

Is expedient} for publishers of newspapers in this II third the cost of those for making gas from coal. A Spanish worked Handkerchief, the, handy- ness one of these public exhibitions, and to ascer- tries." 1

State, to select any of the various newspaper advertising At present the Washington Gaslight Company : work of one of the ladies of St. Augustine tain the truth of the current Uamioocks'are' of various sizes, (rom soma

agencies as their exclusive agents. charge four dollars a thousand feet and we : are informed drew the we them. representation of which include.about an acre of grdond to others.. '
: M&dvtd, That whenever an advertiser fails to have been thinking that if they adhere to this rate highest prize in the Being informed, not long after, that a fifteen miles.long and several miles wide. t

i fulfil!his contract'it shall be the duty of the pub there may be an effort hereafter to substitute for i i World's Fair in London. Will not some one marriage was to be celebrated the evening I .. ,

t ". I ;creditor so imposed upon, to give immediate it the wood gas both on account of its represented honor the Georgia Fair, with a specimen of this sauntered forth from my lodging, and proceedlntowards Snail YATOJ NORTH STAR,-The steam ystci .
I notice of such failure to each editor or pub equality i if 'not superiority and its comparative same work North
It will be understood that articles the church posted myself in Star, Captain Kdridge, .with Commodes '
1111 liber.14 the State, In such he a position
I;'; deem propor.t manner as may cheapness.; WuMngtoiipublic. I sent for exhibition At'thi:fair, do not becomo'theproperty from which I could"watch the growth the tittle Vanderbilt and party on board arrived at and St

.. t li&ohed,M the sense of this convention, that Capital for the YODD .I oC the Agricultural Society, on the con- knots of boys and girls already (formed, and sees a Petersburgh half days from June Southampton.Rafter a passage of six -

i editorial notices tq promote private interests resolutions ;It is a consolation for all right minded young trary, the ownership remains as before, while all that was transpiring before the church. New .j
soci tics Ac.
I of should invariably be men in this country, that though they not be many times articles which accessions .
may upon came
paid Ibr, t premiums are pouring in from all sides, until BoRarad OTA -.-Piti&urgt Jufy IMS
-4 to.command as much pecuniary capital as awarded will bring very high prices, if disposed the space in front of the church was l The steamer Manchester, while lying at tits
they would wish to commence business for them- nearly covered
i Attiet.taDThe6ptrtaJournal, published in : of. We will receive any articles from with a motley Marino Hospital, a mile below Pittsborg wat .
'se ves, et there is a moraf capital which they can personsof assemblage of laughing
j' Spaf lUinoi. says north of. the Arm mraIv have that will weigh as much as money with our city who may Intend to become exhibitors chattering lads and lassies and burned to. the water's' edge yesterday vternooa. '
has destroyed entfr fiet4s. These birds IJke the and forward The fire was caused by workman t earefeeay I
people whose opinion is worth having. And it the same'to the As the
army worm'travel in immense numbers, and des dQCl> not take a great while to accumulate Secretary. evening wore away, they were succeed throwing a match, down after lighting his c ga?.
arespectable .
I F ny the wheat as they go. In our own neighV amount of this capital It consists in Br RICHARD W. Walker, Whig candidate ed by groups of belles and beaux gallant, young She was owned by Captain Bowman and OeorfS
%>dtwe notice many acres, which apparently for men and simpering Reechnecker, first d. She was nUT Mr
truth; fconesty integrity, tp which mat be added Governor of Alabama has'declined maidens curious fathers and f
"iDot, ; pay'th.* farmer'for 'plng. decision firmness] the canvas*, anxious mothers and-tx>3t $MOOO. : She was'insured for$15,060
M ; courage. p rsevcrance' t.. Withy ,. Sn !c9 >*.o(delicate health.'w '' ; bl li -Vpf old crones and hob in the Delaware Insurajow.and finyaa?*Ins'ante
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Crew. Fro Exjireti. October 26 1b51IEDIcAt ] Alex. C., Barry's V
:\ is the boy who conducts himself well who is Professor Tto
"' ; EINO about to make a disposition of all
I &s eedntl fr0 to the 15th honest my a.IQUORS. OR MEDICATED ,
I Singapore diligent, and obedient in all things. It is I notice to the 'pbert OIPOC
property hereby give public
the In comm.n, I prrlbl1lt,wiah others of the Curln", Preserving. Restoring and ,
ta" N4. tford shocking detail of another of those boy who is making an effort continually to that any person having JUST CLAIMS againstme profession. I received some few many months Ifneeca lengthening Relieving 'illt of the .

&, $ on board ship, arising out of rcepcct his i Cither, and to,obey him in whatever is required to present them within three circular addressed 'To Physcians throughout the Skin, Curing Rheumatic PainsaadHealing External f
LL way he may direct to be done. It is the boy who is months from this date or they shall be forever United Wounds. Bounded
: Olie trade. In the present instance States. by Mr Udolpho) Wolfe, the importer by no geographical finest
kin4 to other little boys, who respect age, and who barred. 22 lit of BABKV'
L ctft Beaver street, inviting a medical and chemical reputation Tlc"suot. pervades
,, .ii'. off was ji foreign vessel), failing never gets into difficulties and quarrels with his SUSAN LINDE v'HANTSCHKE. examination of a ntw.ariicle Holland Gin.manufacturrd thi ,Union. The sales of artfcfe.of late years

I I Peruvjn flajfr but dfflccred 'by En companion;; It is tho boy who leaves no effort St Augustine, July 2, 1M3 4wks., by himself,at Schitdam.ia Holland,by a .have increased in a ratio that almott rxceeoU belief.

L .t ) [ i' 't* ;"3 .. ,' ** untried to improve himself knowledge and wisdom peculiar process, and put 'up for .medical use.undei PrOfCAl Barry, after a careful examination of his S

,. '.. f'li thec 4 "t t every day; who is busy and active in ,endeavoring Notice. somewhat Dutch title "Schiedam Aromatic book finds that the nuiabe,of bottles dehiyerV

,. jpppsars wwfSOO coolies on board, the to.do good acts towards others show V V V persons having demands,against'the Estate Schnapps' The circular claims for thia article sit eminently ed to order, in quantities of fro barf gross upward \

I -ier i 1tfwhom allege they.were kidnnppe4 me a boy who obeys his paacnts, who is diligen!, ALL John Carraras deceased,are hereby called superior degree of purity aroma, fluor nil durinc the year 1852, a trifle of !
forcibly/ carried V .
: onoaHorenIice4by the who hAS respect for age,who always has a friendly upon to present them without Jelayio the uuJ'Tsign- medicinal efficacy.and offers nmr-ovei, a gratuitous 950,000. !
,. kese oolie brokers, on various pretexts, to disposition, and wbo applies himself! diligently ,toget ;ed\dmini.tralor.and persons indebted to Mid Estateare supply out to any physician who may feel disposedto It is unnecessary to present at length the evK S

I'. ueetho vessel from"hieb again they were not wisdom, and to do good towards other, and required to make payment without delay to the lest thete claims in scientiHc and professional dencea of the wonderful propetili of the Twophe-

..red Jo depart. Many of the parties thus if ho i U not respected and beloved by, everybody, \\.ubacribtr.' V V manner. S rous, when the poplic have furnished such i> i in* .' V

I ". hiBtgfuUy! decoyed consisted of boys under then there is un such thing as truth in the world. I RICHARD CARRARAS, Ad.nr. Being familiar ,with three facts in relation to the dorsement as this. The cheapnvts of the article

.;: "I. trflve years agelho Roso Elias having, forty- Remember this little boys and will be Si. Augustine'June 25th, 1853, 8wks.CLOTHING ute Holland Gin as a medicine,namely : first/lhat and the explanations given of its hemlcaj' action

five of this latter class. 011 board. It il also allege !. respected by others and will you and ; wh<*n pure. it ia absolutely invaluable, and not lobe upon the hair;the scatp, aod in'In cases of superficial .
",. *, tho shippers made the coolies believe they become useful you grow up '. ; exchanged for any other remedy known to the pro' irritation, first recommended it lo the attention

.. were going! toa country abounding; in gold, while men.I fession in many complaints both acute and chronic; of the people. This"was all that the inventor de.
in fact Uwy ptended employing them as guano To KEEP TIKES rzQflTOx\yHEZLLA correspondent -, j ''OliTUEFALL secondly,that amid ihe multitude of ill made or adul! sired. Every bottle II Yt'It ltd itself. The effects .

r A digprfc Aucr'being at tea for a month, pack7 of the Southern> ,gives the following (DIP aSS $ g |, grated liquors with which this country abounds, a o! the fluid exceeded expectation. Irfectfd like a
method for keeping tires pure Holland Gin is scarcely to be obtained at charm. The ladit. would not be wiihtraiU- Country S
Mm 4 niU..paco on deck, they were put on a'f light on wheels:- any
fart& v&otaLer1tjdchfhaIIy1ci1toan Before putting 01,the tires fill the felloes with linseed Purchasers of CLOTHING are informed that price; and thirdly, that the radical impurities of any dealers in every section otthe United States .

.,* eettapak*. Tbe cooXwi possessed themselves oil which, is done by heating the oil in wp arc manufacturing the LARGEST ASSORT- inferior or ppuriousgin consist, first, of,the hydrated found they must baveilaad thus was built up a
4 a
o( to tiEXTot LOTB/NO'at wholesale only suit- oxide of Aiiiyl, a pois mous oil. more commonly wholesale trade of au,extent hitherto unheard ota.
th.lIroboa defied ir trough, a boiling heat and the ) '
4 Iceeping wheel
resif fence article of this
known regards kind. The
Potato Yousel nil highest
Alco- point
L able for the Trade to be found the or Amilic
y drove the c ptajn and mate into the cabin Into'.klt with a stick through the hubin the oil for an hour. Country ,, in hol';and secondly, of the heavier of the two essential not yet been reached,and It ia "believed that the

..- .. t\.t """"'* rcd boiling water, and, finally The wjmcel isturdcd_ round untill! every felloe Is S States. V oils of Junier, instead of the>lighter-which impurities sales this year will)be a million and t half of tattle V S
; l be overboard kcptUn the pit- one bt>"rif lrrWedobusinessonthe > tl- *. c11b1iotle..ftJ-, ** aJ--- 'IS
r : Jump tbe result
Intp ien, I ; usually from hIS mercenary aystejt'ofaoexcessive 'v -. I" : .. iI. nt
J One Price
d1 ai4Sberbutchere4th System. destitution OJ I. C '. r
m. Aits: GEOWJSO; Ftjjsn. lto V wateria'tfemplofeyU -' .
l ijr jus A writern )
Orders filled. An examination'6f Li .
tIo JuI.1"oTQad.: The the Ohio Cultitator promptly our 't'relOle tbseceptc(1\1r oJhf. 1ph4 Wpl !'ttW1riV;
ft *- gives"the following! remu- stockb'SOliCIted., -.' V ';. of'r r3t4r Iii' poItful hjAoiattcScliajips"so "the' '80t4 t ,, --, : .... ;irair IrL" '
I, L ; CtLOtclrIr! the :midd1:Cth nail every V >3, "'f,... |TANTOBDtBROTIIER;'# \4ettf nnallysiV, Anil I was induced to do this, throvghoni: th* t'rJkd 8l.tef ,fnl Canada, Mexico'-,

,i ibz2rwsthenaIIironi t'WP di8pomdo'JtA cJoie'' IJ29 Park Row, (opposite theAstor House,) 'notwithstanding the proprietor' long standing and West lr:Uel, Great Britain, France, Stc.V

u "iptTVPJI compe oheof 'J1 the side.sJt: curedDi1nafter4t"had N.'Y. V V reputed respectability an importer beciuse the purity JunJJJ52. Cm

J .Mt1ge.to the YCS China, but this I suffvTed weeks with'its fester A N. B. We are the largest'manufacturers of ot gin,above that of every other spirituous liquor Patent

: ; .3tbttolsSlngIorer( ng. 01LQD .CLOTHING employed in medical practice, is of the most Itlediciaef.
< .
.. "$ I
-- Eon SAUCE.Boil the cggn till they are nttitc in the country. Rubber Clothing at the vital consequence to the Community inasmuch us it MEXICAN] / MUSTANG LINIMENT,cekbrsi S.
hard. J'ccl and chop them fine with 1 lowest market rates. subject to twodiutinci cause of pernicious impurity 01 the Horse V.. W
season ,
c High Price of Nero. little pepper. and salt, and stir them Into melted a June 25. 3m. namely ; the inferior oil of Juniper, as well as Heliums Elixir of Opium. .' V

We know not to rliatcau c to attrjbutc it, hut butter. the Fousel oil 1 found, moreover the "Aroma tic Davis PL n.Ki11er vegetable, i

JMter WJIccs have been'offered by traders for Bounty Laud Warrants Schnapps" strongly recomendetf by a physician and Circulars with the above can be had, .
A youth) of some 18 years, of writer of lessiuflcence than Dr. D. At Reese '
of age, wa recently Pills Moflats Fills
tbi description than have Brandn-th'jj :
we ever I SUBSCRIBER will in cash the high ,
before known Negro follows of married at nnville Kentucky, to a widow of some THE pay the New York AI'dical Gazette, andbv many of Strong's Pill, Janes Medicines
market for .
ordinarypp.ran Land ,
very S3 who ha six the eminent numbers of the
years, ? children. Go it while most profession, who I Fahnestock
$ (2, are bringing one thousand dolhrstiwy you R. ANDREU. Vermifuge, Poinsetts Loxecust
arc young-nothing like having a good start. had no reason to suppose had obtained any other
) I ", rca-Kly. Women are selling for very large St. Augustine, June 30, 183. than empiracle evidence outs pharmaceutical! puriiy. Fitch's Medicine, \y rs Cherry'Pectoral,
N varying from seven hundred to thou- Townscnd's Sarsapharilla, Sands do. V
one A and value! I therefore lesolved to inform medical ,
stock broker!
f ,*wA Dollars. young having warned a widow the Laundress.-Starch polish for Cod Liver Oil, Gelatine Liquorice S
Boy weighing fifty pounds, can with .f 1,000,000 For meuat least f.r the sake of the public at large.ofihe. ,
.' lie sold for about fire :Jmndro-1 dollars!! This is i that says it'ilsn1 his wife's face with common starch-will give linm a resultsoiny investigation,whether they proved favorable Gum Arabic, &c. ,

.. time i for selling, if any one is so diiposcd.I I attracted him so much as thb figure.It briiutiful 'ivory nppt"arnncD.. P. CAR It.rD or otherwise to.the character of the article, July, 2. B. E. CARR.

AIkIrlon GIJZtUt.4 and the interest of its
I ,
is a popular delusion ta,believe that an editor Utter Ham*. &C.-Choice lot per team1 Those results! are u follows: Searching first for Notice. .
'We w>Hild also remark, that about the same is a public bellows bound to puff thing i: V 9. 1. CA UR.
er. theoi1 A IIi rorbiJrn
every Juniper, by distillation, I obtained an oil, ; persons are hereby from trespassini .
;: blq4 ort.bings exists in tins town and the pro*. and everybody that wants to use him. i i:1 from two quart&ff the liquid, whose specific gravity 1. ; upon or cutting any limber on ihe tract of

...W i is, that negroes are going still higher. We TO TilE PHYSICIANS. OF THE was, 832,and boiling point was 313 degree/, land known'as 6,000 acres lying on lie East side '

; ", 1\ 1cow of one broker, (Kir 51. Conly,) who sold a nor did succesffl edutillation: yield any oil of greater of St.Johns River between what was formerly knowrt,

>fH 3ber of negroes'last week men and women, at, ANNOVNCE1VZBNTS., STATV; OF FLORIDA. gravity or oT any other kind whatever.. The as Mures place opposite Pilalka and utnA.Vista .

pooe* Ranging from$ : to$ 2200i; and we learn --_ -__- _'I WOLFS CELEBRATED SCIIIEDAX AR- Mime quantity of common Holland Gin, so called, put of,a giant ot 15,000 acres mad to John

f ttat he has also sold men, without any trade, as IVc fire authorized to muioimccUie i will TIC QCnN tPps. yielded an excessive a moo I. by redistillation, of oil Uuerta'sand being the same 6,000 acres sot4 lo

high as $iaoo. It reallv neerp that there is to lIon. LESLIE A. THOMPSON, at present EEIIING it to remind weighing 0371 I..with the boiling point of 542 degrees: Francis J.Avice, by John Huertan., '.Ullid land .

MBO stop to the rise. ton specie* of property one the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court i D regular member of unnecessary ihe Medical profession If any the the lighter oil having previously passed over.' This U claimed by me as guardian of CA ROLIXK 31. A Vier.

H at least 20 cent higher now, (in dull Reason was conclusive as the superiority Mr. Wi.ltc's gin, "l\IAItYN; :CJ, .
per e tul lidhed Medical properties of Holland Gin
a candidate for election for CHIEF JUSTICE of I pure In St. Augustine May 14 h.
the relation to the oil ofiuniper which the > 1853. 0
of the year.) thirt it was last January, when in many diseases dropsical tendency, I respectfully (upon aroma,
State at the approaching election tu'Octbbcr next flavor, and diuretic and medicinal propel ties of
every body Keejned to be in tho market makingprcarations invite your examination lo ae very superior articl, every
kind of ClaretVlne
for the present yeate-what negroes July 2The < manufactured by myself exclusively Schiedam in gin essentially depend.As dec. ..
; lI bring next January it is impossible for mor-: Holland, by A process peculiar to my own factory.It to the FousoJ oil,with which all inferior spirituous Aver, superior Claret Wine bottled in quarts

An Intimate acquaintance of ours friend of the lIon. THOMAS is flavored: and medicated: not by the common liquors are more or Iea impregnated,and which it\ and pints also 10 boxes Claret Wine, ,Imported
w.. ioRy. renders them poisonous in the exact ratio'in whichthey Sherry, Madeira and Port Wine
"' ion ol Saturday last of buying a house DOUGLAS, late Judge of the Eastern Circuit lurch berry, but by the choice botanical variety ofIhe imbibedwhit.h causes such intoxicate Cordial Scotch
; are liquors to Ale, Porter Philadelphia Ale and Porter
1# Aromatic Italian Juniper Berry, whose Congress
a the p'rlco was only the-Rtnall sum of announce him as a clI.ndidlLtc'or the office of ASSOCIATE Vinous extract i U distilled and rectified with its spirit when others do not,and creates that morbid Water,Choice Principe andotherBrand Sugars,Am
Wilmington Journal12fA.. JUSTICE .. insatiable appetite for undue indulgence, with all iu : mantle Dew Tobacco
$1,000.- of the Supreme Court, at the oua solventnnjlhiu becomes n concentrated tincture, honey ,I'jpes Snuff Smoking
.. ; deplorable of which the friends of Leaf
.04 exquisite flavor and aroma.altogether transcendent, consequences and Cut. Tobacco.
election in Octoberext.
Is 'Comln Oh t : > July 16. temperance and philanthropy! so justly! complain B. B. CARR.
'Tko great Comet in its cordial and medicinal properties,to any Holland% .
Ohl'The instead of that :1lelYllnd fastidiousness of taste,for Augustine June 4ih 1853.
Gin heretofore known.
The friend of Col. BYK1). M. PEARSON V .
which the drinkers of
liquors ire disiingurbedof V --
or all ccl- j 'Amid the influx ol. inferior distillations with which pure S
comets arc the most mysterious of Jacksonville, announce him us a candidate -. the market is now flooded, physicians find little fetid. acrid, asthuiatical Fousel oil, 1 f\luol-po .. Hops dec.
Earth no
efttial bodio, as all bodies away from our trace in Mr. Wolfe's medicinal jfm, DOpLYrSlPowders, Cr F V .
for tho office of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE ahlht.ozblre.peatedly
of the : and
difficulty good Gin which
the krgtttt ; a pure ,
One of
eminence. .
*te called by way tested various quantities of it wftlj .LL s.C '.)Da. .
cotucU ever scon or known, it is said by As- Supreme Cojurt at: the ensuing election. ih";y can prescribe with confidence in its beneficial chloride of calcium,by the usual process, ,which J I ce I,_ C'' '\'
effects. of
its in : As an importor twenty years standing,in detects and obtains it 1 -' ,
about make July readily ia the J&ftayous N.co
tronomcrs, U to appearance the city of New York and matured api4 namon. .tmt'I, ur- ---
possessing a experience
fact it fa now due !by regular course of mail," I .- In the manufacture of HOUAKD GIN especially l. liquors. *- 'Wv rie in U/ English mustard, Prepared french )111I' '.sturd ,

bfthierdbayepOStOne4.the; visit oTiio2i4uAiTj-. I beg to submit to your attention, my!AaojuncSCHIEDAM Accordingly, I feel bound tossy Utat I rgarttIs Cayenne pf per, Ast., Sauces, do. Catsup, cfu \t
'BaMwaef'ttti theyeor 185ft, According to gin as being in every respect pre-eminently pure. Pickles. T& I
by Judge ot the Circtii-Court for the eastern Judicial Scaxim as bnj which cannot fail to
however it is evident that'the .pproach and deserving i>f medical patronage. It is indebted Domestic Preserves Awn tt
ttoe account utmost expectations stinll be
Circuit of Florida will be vdted for the your happy 'ioi its I doubt
by superiority, not, to sound ,and select
of this comet may be expected constantly, to forward to yoa a bottle of it,frre of :harge i in,answer np: rnudy, Fruit, Cherries ifce. ',Tam'aripds.liP V
its thrcthundrcd years tim? having ,cxpircd.- people in said Circuit to fill the same office which to a letter intimating your readnesf to accept materials,and to that peculiarly accurate method of Lint '. Pineapple, Ginger (Olives Hone tad-
distillation which leaves the heavier sad less volatile S
1ts-taila been slightly tangled in some of the lie now holds, at the election in Octjbcr next. ii. essential oils,both of the and the behind i.h. Fresh Slamon, Sardines at Retail. > ,
barley .
distant spheres where it his been wandering, July 16, It is now scarcely one year since I have prepared in the still. This abx is sufficient tofaecount Derry ft-r the B.E.CARR.St. ..

which may account for the d 1ay. and distributed my SCHIEDAM. GIN exclusively for refined aroma of this above other but in Augustine June I8ih. 1653. <-
I gins; regard t*
We take from an exchange the following calcuUt ., T4o friend* of Col. CHARLES A. M. medicinal 'purpost.; yet within that biief period to !he special,quoliie* of the Italian Juniper weny,
nave received numerous letters both from W. S. DONALDSON.
Mu resbocting:the subject: MITCHELL takes pleasure in announcing him of which the manufacturer speaks in his circular, I
4 r\pationts, testifying to jig '
A CHEAT COMET.-M. Babinct,an.Iwiench really extraordinary hnvr chemical l determined to make St. Augustine
Aj.r4I or no knowledge,nor wherein us lighter
M a candidate for Judge of the Eastern Judicial efficacy in Gravel,Incipient Dropsyand nflVciions of
astronomer, has" published an ac- oil differ Irom that of the Junipertit eommlln l. Ifind residence offers his sevicea to
ountofa comet which U expected to appear CIrcuit. MANY $qiTIZENS. the Kidneys and ladder generally;also in Dyspeptic.Maladies that the pure oil of both,polarizes,to,the Idi,and the I.BIUr.and Gentlemen as n Teacher of Vocal
,_. .. when taken in proper quantities a Diet and Instrumental Muaicv V
&i9Ut 1838. According to, this account it u the --- -- --- yields, with hydrochloric acida liquid cam hur.-
Drink. especially at dinner i is uniform
grandest comet which has ever bo in beheld by the The friend JACOU., MICKLER prescnts experience, to be eminently efficacious found.by in the most This acid being in the stomach aa a principal'com Piano Fortes tuned and repaired.. Office at the

eyei .fman. Its periodical revolution ill about his name as A candidate for the office of obstinate cases when even the beet of itfe usual remedies ponent of the gastric juice,probubly crrotes this material -' Floaters Hotel.. .
fiom the oil, and renders it the valuable difi'iz4ve May 2Cth. S
& 9 ,. Itappearei ir. the yearn 10",692, SHERIFF OFST JOUXS COUNTY at the have failed to afford more than temporary relief .
stimulant! for which it and
formerly will
m, 1374, and the last tims in 1536. Its return and I have no doubt that it would yield nlmihr results was ,proba V
failed to next October election. blyagain be renown d. t tone Lime for white woshiug, very good;
in 1818 was predicted but it appear.- with precision and certainty in your own profis.ionaiexperience. '
I consequently Mr. Wolfs! "Schiedam also White wash Bruth.es "
All tHe\ calculations which hive been made in re. -. regard Coloring, paints, Al-
Jin!Ij'Vnni .\t....ure'lIlmIiM. \ Aromatic schnapps" as a valuable accession to our i mn, Copperi's, Glue, &c. *
: fweftoe to the appearance of this comet have been V The Aromatic Schiedam Schanpps is put up in I
Picoloia i 1ft miles tlUlnnce :t. pharmaceutical agents Id say nothing of Its t om- April 30th, IH.13. B.E.CARR.,
examined by the most eminent atrono l n AuggntineAREIVKJ. strong bottles, pints and quart, neatly covered and
oarrftfHy innocuousness
to distilled Ii.
awl the result is the prediction of its ap .-Mon.lnysnnd ThiiMiLnys 11 A.1.. labelled with my name embossed on the bottle, also, parauve tlna ue <
: laws; lsJG and I860.s DEPARTS.-SuiiJnysiiltil! I WeiInf>Juy* 12 M. a fac simile of my' signature on the label and my seal I qours A a, beverage. persons traveling in the Stationary. V 5 .
between ioulhwest where the best
-, in the Cix>*Ef.--?Invsniul Wednesdnys II A. :M on the cprk with no essay upon its properties.UDOLPHO water frequently produces :: by Brig Tremont an excellent aa.
V. participating largely super : distressing and sometimes even dangerous effects RECEIVED
WOLFE prime Stationary variety
In his day abdicated his throne unaccustomed them I should thinkit every ".
prevalent NI2NV Importer 22 Beaver street, New York. upon prons to and description lor sale at
!'fty appearance of this comet in 1530: bc'ieviEMoanccs AIVlt.n.'l'ISE1EN1' would be a good precautionary provision I acountPractive Mrfj 21YLSTRA 8 .
,_{ directed particularly at him as I Extract from the New York Medical! Gazette nail or preventive of thOB effects, when

ldins the first rank among zcrcreflS.J ..JC CJ C lu' 'IA.T ,.N. Journul )of Health edited hyD- M. Reese. M. D.L. mixed in moderate quantities. events, it is Hair Dye.
.._ __ --L_ L. D.. 775 Broadway, Ocu.ber 1st. 1852: the purest possible article of Holland Gin, heretoforeunobtninable
------- -- Commonwealth lid Hair ThU la capital
of St. Augustine.Frtdi liq Dye- a
HOLLAND GIN AS A and aa such,may be prescribedby Improved
JlEDICI safely
. most Important composition little I nrritaL at ths : physicians. V an instantaneous and permanent
e. tnost outrageously neglected, and VERITABLE "CHEAP CASU STOREPTIIC In our last number we accompanied the publication D -VID L. MOTT M.D. Lye and no trouble Bee directions. IlisWarrant-
bulla of circular on thu subject, from fello" ed and if not satisfactory to be returned it dies either -
to the city U such- to every ubscri!''Thas} llietntiffnciion, to it.fnrmliiifrien 9 our ":lizt'n. i Pharmaceutical Chemist. V
well' made yJolpho Wolfe, &'., wi'h a bnfe commentary- black or brown as desired try it.
citizen Mortar ,
a& ifint
to every l* ; by llie lost trip of lie Carolina, lirrreHvrj June, 18th t 3m.
to the brick- presnive i ;of our own views. Since then we 'haVe V B. E. CARR.
a cement adhering c tcngivp aihltwn< to liis ; mock
yhiriiferaa pfV'otu been employing this,agent,and thus far wi'h favorable May 14, 1853.
M ar We; forming a compact tna''. Mortar, sad U now prcparril to supply them with tnr'i\'a-! results. But we'Bre in the of WATER-CURE INSTITUTEmuiedgeville V

UAj fiudc,I Is nothingbut mud, auda building pul rirlY fir anKle.iii the Fn,iy and Di-y Good '/'jne ; communications on the snbject, from receipt medical several men, Ga. ., rMAMARINDSFigPastelImnesBittenGhoiveJL
it is( imposition pn Ole builder, and inclujinj n full and eomlll"lt' nwonnirnt. of ReaJymade
p an which show that Mr. Wulf .s French Almond
serve to Aromatic SegaraTobacco, Cordials, *
0 wWc Rtoaes might\ just as well, if not better, .Clotloi,',; nuilrd In the climate and wnort.Ladi .- Schiedam Hclmupps is very extensively in use, and DR.) E, G. DOYLE hickory Nuts, Ale, Porter, Cider, Wines, Brandy
MiNt' and ch'Urrn'
viiors and
thu < fine
ie p pat without any. No city would allow i the (hands of physicians la itself &c.
op : in proving as a Tfl1AKE pleasure in announcing to S s
I and
Boon and lio- for .
etkm of structures without soma cement, but light g..nllrmn' use n i stimulating diuretic to be eminently successful, after _JL the :public generally, that the IDYld.ad D. CARL
for 1..1. lie hnwlo 4
*M great majority wo put up have only the ap strnngrr.but genteel qnnlity wear i other medication with this intent had been tried in and superiorly appointed establishment, formerly Jan 15th 1853.lacking.
a choice lot o1crodry and glass' ware, liketvle I V
of cement none of the reality. Mor- vaip. la one of the case thus repo-ied,abdominal
j ; I condnctedby CABC.ITOX M.D. *now ready -
= be mixed with the greatest care, and i good addery Bupplyofcullerjr.Tlie of a superior. "quthiy, at well as a di-opjy Kas been cured arid the necessity of tapping for the reception of lofL seeking, restoration VDr. &c.-Maions siioe t:

1 proportion of sand ar.d lime carefully above goodt, have been selected 1 by averted'; and in anothera distressing case ot. gravil to health. AU chronic affections of the human B blacking, .ouih04L.V.rI1ial4H.ma.' ', .1fit1f fl 1 ,
;> : ami put together. It Is a chemical com- and will be experienced 'n called baa been entirely removed biLlie passage organism successfully treated a't this Institute. .nwh, Rubber blac1isgFish OJJ.'Ntlt o IOiIPt S ,. '
I agents disposed jnf, a; a more, of ol considerable size whicti,is '"f"f .. S
'' ma.kea l oth- a calculus
; tmtI pr9jCtiOfl, ascnbed ,Dyspepsia Rheumatism .ftul1! .DE.CARIl: ,! S
) Constipation
un ,
., :.omi' fdeanet upon coats and ehu,.; a ht Is of Gt
_. ;)We think to the use only two bottles of this article"! Hemorrhoids Amenorrh030 I I
bound ani rtivm'jeiJ'notto"be .
undersold'by any, We not the of Air. Wolfe o
snow object it, design
,M .jaaeii interest-to"att (one. ** :' sting us preparation by the singularly nneuphouious Djsmenorrhoea, Floor Abn ent displacements by the carolina, 10 Clsct .thoice .
,?,city Authorities, In cttseaa lie takes this occasion 10 announce h juvenile! I name-r*' chnDI'p8'nor hifdenominatincU in his Affections of the ,Tetter, Keceived .. 2 Bb'ta. Mice Kama 1U Kegs

dnr, now put tumble down friends, that his promised aapplr vf Canty, Nult advertisement the "'coacentrstedTinctureof Erysipe5aa--and a the diseases of the Skin and Butter. 10 boxes Cheese. do Chocolate Jo Congress
utcv'force. often causing death or end Evi itlias come h>hnn i and 'he invites them to ," intead perpetuating its ancient little o f Holland Scalp, Scrofula, Dropsy, Syphilis,-and the Hu Water, 2 Cases fine Cut tobacco in tin 'foil'', '

E. The Mae 1M'mortar should be carefully call llnd partakf 'freely. ; "without money and without Gin. It ii true that he admits it to be nothing moral,diseases generally, Neuralgia, Stic Tic Choice Principe tc., 3egarsat Retail. ,, S

ttd kept from the air the sand should be pric ." r else! than the latter article ia its pure state,unadultet- Douloureux, Hystr Epiepy-r i B. E' CARR, ,!

.and waMzed. The proportions, according M.vniiAs R. ANDREU. ated by 'noxious drugs) and hence he, contradistinguishes sickness,'Yirg tendency May 21,1853. \;

4.JeypedisahouldbopartAOfaZ42 Corner of Si. George and Picolala' streets,. opposite |t. from Gin of commerce, neailyaliof which Chronic inflamation of -- V S

; 1It1l'ut1ter kept rom it, it .better. for hardenM4ti.Atltu t July 23, 1853. \ ,, .from inferior whisky and refuse drugs The every possible Type of chronic deseased action \J Beef.anJ Hams Dried Beef,Btcon,Port, Latd, .S

AdmlaUtrator's Notice. name he has given it,I owever,may serve Ihe purpose that is curable, and all diicase.v are curable if no cheese crackers,choice family flour graham cracker, j
designating his article as prepared exclusively for organic be present. buckwheat rice, gelatine, corn, atarth choice tea* .

.. ACAi'TheAmerlcan Railroad ALL PFIUONS. having just demands against medical purposes, and thus commenCl it to physician lion wine,of&c.. V S S f S
**y***SalT Is The Department U under the
P. :
estate Elizabeth Clarke widow t-t ihe convenience Ladle 1" E. CARR. ;
m for whose i ii oa sale
;. -** ttl the.nearest the engine is exposed by reputable of that '
says late Joha I). Clarke, late of St. Johns County deceased druggists and apothecaries.Aa I supervision accomplished Lady March 12th,
.,' ltaaldttstl| and thfe rear par of a train is generally arc hrrby called upon to present them r'1pt'cts its medicinal and curative effects wevunderstand \ Mrs. JAKE MATTHEW, 1 veil known to the old Patrons V V

1 ***'Mitn the front car. The safest .adds the I without deLay to the inJersigned. Those not presented hi.n to claim only that it ill ,and of the Establishment. Razors Brnvhek &:;;

".,. *MBIlul,u probably the lastlul, ontt in the train i within the tiiue prescribed by law will be irticie of Holland Gin, and aa such a pure worthy J Jreliable The raeitit! which. this Institution off-rs for the Ink with preparation, 'Wade & .S

dee thai two ears- than is there arc fewer forever barred. oldie confidence of physicians, in those diseases for : a strictly> Hydropathic and Hygenic Indelible Razor act ready fat use. As-

: 'Meei4eDts to thIs than..y other. Ifitisa R. B. CANOVA, A.lmr. I which thry are wont to prescribe it, and have hitherto course of trea'mrnt, together with itseasinesiofac. aoned Cutlery dcissors,,Accordions, shaving 'soap; \ V
moderate Epeed or train stan July iCth 8wks from all p"inl in Georgia a.1 the adjoining brushes boxes comb hair brrshes steel key '
rt m any only been restrained bf finding it impracticable to straps, .
t, colUssion if possible from another obtain the article in a pure .tat Nor should any Slates, rendeia it peculiarly adapted to the wants of rings tweeters, cork sciews,patent |Us Ink stands '

rear in which case the last car receives PICOJLATA FERRY.D. prejudiceagainst alcoholic medicine deprive the Invalids desirous availing themselves of the efficacy aaaoned steel pens fish lines, boob,cotton twined

.fctt ifcoek. Again an engine and the front J. DURRENCE, the proprietor of this, afflictf define benefit of this article,which irooi iime and of the accommodations WiTca- Ctu. for The Guests purity of the water well- V B. E. CARR.Ftb. .

*af..11 often go orer a broken rail or & ferry, has procured an entire &ew set of$ immemoral has held Its place among aJlO remedial known to need comment. filling are the too Establishment J6, IR53.

.. without bdag thrown offth track, while Boats and constantly keeps a sufficient number of agencies of the Materia Medca, if it be found worthy no has J spared op That could Deceived.Bar .

HW kit cr,harieg nothing to dray it into the line bands to paaa travellers of every description across. confidence by continued upeneuce.tahteventthosewhnperuistln > : conduce make expense it one or ben desirable places V Just Rote
.r" UiiiL is free to leave ,'. Next to the St. Solms River without delay. : the employmeat the Invalid.in the United tatea. Rani, Cordials Water. Fig Paae

**%Wwr the rear CAT ii probably tho most The road from St. Aoguiine to Newnansville is anJ! toleration' of other alcoholic medicines, as line- ofre.or Patients for will be furnish their own outCls .- *. Essence Ltrabu & Peppermint,

MPft IB IM kala., The safest seat ia probaly well repaired and b, the attention of Mearf. NorteiiSparkman lures bit if rs, &C.. and, especially those who prescribe : These will rtqireclo shirts and towels, extracts, savory orange peel ciaDamOD.elagn.sage;
in and others, it will be constantly kept in Gin under any cireumstaDcel,uuut all unite j jo givingthe thyme DDtD t'IJ acb,yeast powders mustard, boris. :
**t DM ftlitro of the car but one, a very Compresses and Blankets Sudorific purposes.- .G "
In tbf centre*ol the last two or three ,goodepiir.Persons travelling\L between' Tallahassee and St adulterations preference so to rife a pare ia the market.over the Mr.manifold Wolfe Allof, which can,be purchased d here at tb mOt tea radish,pidt.tscapert&t.* B.E.CARR.. S

$. J* Jut These are important conk > Augastinn by.passing through Picolata instead of liberally supplies physicians with a sample bottle fur tonable terms. .. 2C. 1853. V .

J kaveUng commnnity. ,Jacksonville or Palatka, will cave more than thirty! analysis and trial as set forth ia hit circular, and 'fUXL-rrOt.ilai attention' nw of Baths &c., i -

: .1 ..*' u1itt"aDd finiS' loach better Koad. stakes the reputation of the remedy upon the innocence I per wek, $111.Board 1 Billiard Table Dud Tcu Plii Alley .

tt A OAFawxa HoEst-It Is'SIfd In Thereure now peraiaueut buildings on both aides ,safety and efficiency of his Holland Gin,when per week, fay alls moniUy, $.1. A T Magnolia Btt'lt. open throughout tn*,

... p,.linger fettfr&aekct or two of water of the ferry for the accomuunntlaiiou nfirnveller usd uniltr medical advice and pledges hU own Btnapa Boarded and Ie.ttd.per week $10. 2w day and' Eveniaz. .

:.here to drink justbefore riding him takes D. J DUKUF.NCE. I character in business that the article will not disappoint O" All letters of inquiry promptly sat wared.Junr Nov 29 n.'1Sftf S. MIMNDA.I .

,; M.'.dUposHion.. for capering and renders him July Dh: 1853. .aqy' who ur it. ltth- 3m .

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i in I'Hcis. Directory. For the'eouaty.ef St John'en first llouday Ordinance for the Protection Collector'Kale' > I I '- ll % Ur4&'T t '

a ljUUII 111 el. Ot.. George Street,north otbe In November (which fit the'jtar 1653 will be the An White Persons Assembled for B Y virtue of lliejxjwer vr.te.J l iu K\e by law 1 :;: t'.sCAROLINA l'I_ IL 8 ADiLinuai : : I

P"alw oqoare and CII ae door north of the Meiho 7th November. 1 : Divine"\V pn..lp.Be Ihall expose fur sale before the Court House in rEAf.s. \ : .,

:j: Church i j .1 .!,.., -* '' *FofHhe CoGn'!, cf NauiWTL'umJay before thethird it Ordained, by the Mayor and Council of the PaUtka.on the first Monday of July next the follow AND .

iJZ&fa1fGvf4.) o.ts I .' r1. Lane:. North. of, Monday in November, (soy (lor !S53.the 17th City of St. Augustine: That from and after the passing log described 'property or so much thereof will pay TArou.i 10 Ptdalk ill 2-1 FLSIIa4. _

(\_ '.' ihe Public! ::quarl''l! November. of this Ordinance if any person or persons shall know the state and couujy taxes and necessary expenses due ( H

t. il C;'lf .#ol l. 04 Charlotte and Bay Street,a few For the county of Dnva'l J.OD the 3d Monday ia No. iagly be engaged or concerned vociferative fe noise Ih rfoD.to wit nl CAROUSAl .

.i door South Est c1fthe Public Square. vember. (which for 1853 will- thelh&1 November. selling spirituous liquors or any .other act having an 709 acres 3d rate land granted lo the Heirs of len CIMRLST.N WI yJ

\ J' "t.qI ffiitlOa Charlotte! Street and Treasury ,' For the county of )Marion on the Jat Monday in immediate tendency to disturb or cause a disturbance Thomas Fitch and advrrtied for nonpayment of lax SazIrdlyst2S. Mrt: ;t

S L Bf* north of the Public Square' ;annexed to the December, ( av for 1853 the Sib December. of a congregation of white person assembled for the es for the year 1852,'being section 42 of private surveys KA aJoDdq.1- 1

.', F c.JJa 'House. For the county of Abchua, on Ibe 2d Monday ja put pose of divine worship at a cbrrch chapel In the in township 12 range 26 and bounded North by and every JACKSONVILLE A. aJ.PICQL'T A It 4\.

: :. BOARDING HOUSES.Mitt December, ((111' 12th December in the year l3.. City; such person if a white person shall be fined not Michael Croftbyic grant.South by the Ocklawaba Ilivrr. The FLORIDA"m Tuesday "
Less than five dollars nor more than i if colored East by the River St. John and West by CIMRLIj.rO41t
twenty a gram
; ratio': On St. Street fevr doors Tuesday, 3 p. .5
George a For. the county of Columbia on the 3d Monday perscn (be offender shall be fined aa aforet iJ, Michael Crosby. Dt M. Jt 1nlllnte ptr.\
t, S<* I I '.8. Papj. Oa Bay!at ret t. corner of Bay andCttaea cetnber. ,I or whipped not exceeding week with thirty stripe the or imprisoned Unless taxes and expenses ar* paid before slay cfsale. 10 o' lo-j. A. 31,.i JACXSONLLEy.; PICOL Ih
not exceeding one coats at discretion ot .
Lane. 1! o'clock A, M. ,
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the and Council and that the
\ : Mayor City Marshall The above sale i ia oriponcif j in the first Monday ot These .'
:r Steamers ttnn..rt
,- t HOCTORS. m m1f ini i'5.fiT.A1JGVSTINE ATayor or Alderman shall attend to allcomplainta and September next. /1 xU. of *ru}. jjj th "
Viet. F. f' O It hi DwelUo Hoaset arrest such offender- Stage Baal Florida taif eoonee, bcd v
,' een. ce, g J T. BOYD slirriffand ev-off.
,. r E. F. the or.
Bri Stf'tt. That all conviction the Steamships, Can-fio. 3ss
It t. ) upon person persons convicted Tax Ascbroand Collector i'. C, the fei .
D41.J.IM' t B. Ptt!. Oftiee on St. George Sueet. hall remain imprisoned or committed until tHe rabt'J. Jan. 1st. J&1J. I : IIoat, ,
a few doorv Nirrth of the Coort HoM.DRUGGIST. THIS hav fine and costs are paid or satisfied. r from Charlestoa ,

.;: ing undergone Thorough Repairs this -Pasted in Council March: : lOt], 1853.G. Tax Collectors &le.By Pit 2K. PaIutZa. 810. d-.t] j q

\lr PC.Z"r'! .:Chemist aid DruggestChatIotteStrtet. present season, is now ready for IIUMPUREYS,JItllI? r. virtu of the For further particular,app!,to S
i power vested in me by law I !
,I reception ot Company. FAMILIES AND Aunt J- *. AtjWELLi .""
hall expodr lot sale before the Court House in .
: can spacious A. fiSsSSS
BCLLCClftasr& J.eJl
Palatka, on the first Monday of the ( : -
July next, oI-
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;: i LA WY&RS.I I Apartments. L. t. ?t..j .n H. U: REID, pabtka. .
3 J'. An Ordinance to raise a revenue to meet ihe current IOW-'PIt' aescrioeo properiy or so mucn thereof aswiUpay 1 d"
E.1.<#/d3 Cujsellor; Law- ofHce, on AritlciyLVne. Boom Airy. Clean, and Neat expences of the City, for the year 1653 nnd.for the state and county taxes and necessary expen Tax Cofecfor'i -'-'
ii M* Itself ftirulshtdkaucUomclr.IVotbiu due AS; ..
.; the extinguishment of the Cty: debt. lea thereon to WiLt .

tS. "Af Putnam. Ailonie nnd Councellorat ; 'VauUu;. Be it Ordained.by the and Aldermen% of 903 acres 3d rate landgranted to E. Iludnal don- BY'virtue of the power Tested in me i, ., ,
Law office, I'jcolato street. The House is well known as being re cntly Lie taxed and advertised for nonpayment of taxes for for sale befcreihe Court lPalatka
Getige, !'i:. Fairbtnkt Attorney ana Counsellor. Built, Exoresy! with n view to the occom- That the City a Tax of :of t.one-eight Augu.line: cf, in one Cuuucil cent convened. be and: ,he yeay 1852. lying partly in township 13 range 26 on the fir* Monday ot July' next. i .-* .1.
tw-Iice in Use Court House. odation\f per and partly in lowuihip 12 bounded towing Bribed propeny nfib /*.
Inculidt und otkcrt? being entirely the same is hereby directed to' Le imposed fo4 the range Sb'.apd of w 0 i** I
; built of Wood with,Rooms connectingfFold; : 1853 (for the aforesaid) the value North by public 1'lIthSouth byiheRiver.St. Jcbna pay the state aad county taxes. tad 'he.. ,

,, \ ., ..1'UJW1 Q..FJ ji .i ing Doors. &c., lyhlch renders it Free fromDurnpncss.4yirepIAcO of year all (U-al estate purposes sItuated and lying on within the and grant of Win. Gard tr'*. East by ,I public* land pens es da* thrrecn: towit ', :;'

",.,,p eJ iI 'J w"'I1)1" !'p : Blinds to windows I Chartered limits of the Mid Ciiy-ond the following aod ,v tit b, the River St. Johns. 150'acres3d rateIioJgrjt4m

L .,', : ,thi'Otii1iio ctiiri lon'Piazzn: Promenade Two : ptnyn (to wit) ,Frederick C. Humphrey, and .&" '"Prl..I. J., *'"** ** .p.* for the J J8&3
jesr lyft. t.
0 D. tC;' SIt' r Cold herto D. #ogeioaf appoUued., 60ta,I ip deter The above sale'is postponed to the first bounded North and Irfwt, ? ;
\ndr&c. desirable mine the value of said! Heal Estate' and fix the ba Monday by t }
jflr'esrrs!,oiiIoj Ual 8ueetcbroer of Anillery. forming a RETREAT from i of September next. &*ih and Wen by the River ai. EKT1*
ti* which said tax hall be levied and it IA hereby ,
Ixroe an Jlfotprtal: Street.Z confinement nt all seasons cf the year.- upon I R. T. BOYD.Sheriff and ex-off. Uiilew taxes and

$$1, _____ *. fQ c .**-. T. NoJa Register of Public The Houso is situated facing.Houib; in central further ordained that the lax imj.osed "by th,s Ordinance > Tax Assessor und Collector r. c. sale.. expense are paid before U** tt

Land*.-oltic* i'l' the Court Honse.Tt position nnd retired from usher Dwellings. .hallbc collected in the lime manner anJ Pafolka.Jnn.! hi.' 1853. The above sale ia

4 .,. T. .Jiatttli. Receiver, office in Court The House contains 45 Rooms. with addition under the ame.regulation are provided and in- Scpttuiber next. postponed to the Em 3f'i ajK.
Hour*, force( relation to the collection cf City taxes l levied ,
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al Parlours, Dining, Setting Hoomsand con 'Visa Collator* Sail T. BOYD.lieriffaod

'the.81 Court Prolate.House. (G.lbmphrr"aJudt,)offices veniences in general' For Accommodation upon Pawed other by description the Council of January!properly. '853.) BY viriue of the power vested in me by law 1.hall I 't ussr"' "and fuUe.urr.t!ex-oft ,

Peter If Datiti. Cicrk Circuit Court ofUce is: not bu surpassed. U HUMPHREYS! Mayor. expose for fair before ill- Court House at I Plllnlka.Jan!
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the Court lluj The well earned Reputation this House Attest Mellvjiville' on the lit Moudtiy of July, I&33 the fol : -- -------.
4- D.Caaova.e.Sajafl Shcr'fl'and Tax Collcctor.of- has trim) Yt'arioYetr/ ucquired.it will beih" I M. R. AXDREC, Clerk. l lowing drycribed property or so much tlreieof as wil"pay rax tWfcc/wrs oJle.

he Court House. PropriutrcsM.Mrit. DAVlSHiimto sustain nnd I llie Stale and county taxes nod the necessary ex n-bY virtur cube power vestediiame i .
t.ce la by law IvtluH
Collector ./ Cn,:,... Paul Aruau, office in I fur the liberal Patronage heretofore, sho returns .r II I'1'ION. I pe '.cs due thereon, to wit: :: expose for*ule before the Court liouiieiii i

j Charlotte atreet at hi'residence hear the ttore of A. her thanks. Subscriber the 3000 acres of Ian.I .iiu.iteJ near Ha we Creek i I I'ila ika, on the first Monday of July next..U efollow-

l \ t). PeijiaU.. j'. The Table tvill be supplied with choice ffllHC M. friends hs< been at induced request to undertake of many the of tuition his belonging tb>* Estate of U..orglkiDjlun.. I ing dr komucbilwrrot a* will par

4 Juiprctor o/C: .i:,,*. Jtne. ,\. .'!ickler, Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish Ducks. Venison of a limited number of Pupil He hcrefore contemplate Uulc.s taxes and expense are paid before tiny' of I! the sute. and county aXe auJ urcc *ary exprhwi

.4 : /. 11. Vnau. Jud;tt I U. S. Court Northern Turkeys nnd Shell }'ISI1. which al.lhi, time opening School on Wednesday the first sale. ELIJAH WAT.SOX. i due thrreoii, lo wil.

i' DasltietoII'lor.43. office.'\ I'ue' Court Iloute.li. our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or day of December text at the Louervcentlyccupied I Slieriff.nnd Tax Collector.o.c. i iI 457 errs 3J rate land granted to C. W. Clarke"

1 R.. Ftirbaakt Clr.. U. S. Court, office in moru Hunters, sporting exclusively for this as a law office by W. A. Forward Esq.1, adjoining I enterprise,Orange Couuty; Dec. 2., 1853. double! taxed and advertised. uanpavinent of taxes .

9 the ('Ourtlloult". House. the residence of Judge E. U. GouJd. for the yeat l52/ being ;In town iipTl3' ran
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I Deputy M."... Grurge I. Zehiibaur office' inl. Horses Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing ; lie will teach all the Elementary branches of an City; Ordinances and soliitioii.I bounded North East suit H'cri Ljr pbbliclauda:aad,
'l. CouilIIou eff Ordinance lor the better preservation of the south by (he River Si. Julius.
Tackles Duals for Excursion,&c. English Education Yiz- dpelung, Reading, Writingand
cleanliness and health of ibe City and for Unless! and
JUSTICES OF other.pur- tues expense
[ THE PEACE.: VerUcspcclfullr., Arithmetic. poses. ul!,. are pad before day ot I
I Ruben Finkham.: -ORlce at bis residence South i l'ROPJUETRESS. He wiil also'eiye instruc'ions in the theory of Surveying -
of St. Francis Barrack 'i i Navigationand Mensuration. Beit herely Ordainedby Mayor and -Ittr.mt'u The above sale i* postponed to the first Monday
of the of : ol September .
City St. next.
Augu.rint.in Co Icil "
QJIumphftji, Notary Public-office !in the CoartI1ouse. N. B.-It Is tile wish of the Proprietress TEEMS rex QtUtu..For the Elementary branches., bled: Thai from and after the promalgation assem of tins 1. T. novo.aLorilf aDd
]I fn
$6 ,ha If in advauce. ex-
the :
; that Servants attached I per quarter quarter
Ordinance shall be Tax
not lawful to throw Afcsor and
p \ / CITY House fttiould be civil Surveying &c. $3 extra. vegetable Uollecivr '.t.
OfFICeR to the attest :
,, l I tra,h. orannimal! matter of any description over the Palaika January 1st. 18. 3. *
I tive. and obliging. Surveying separately pel quarter $G. 00 !
t MIor-Gfld II"R'I"rtJI. Sea Wall.or into the Basin -- --
with said
hours of tuition from 9 to 2 O'clock..JAMES --
I !'. Hllf(!U,}$ Wall-and any person offending against this Tax C<4iccl>*t bate.BY '
1. Pau1A/l4U.' \ \I i M. GOULD. hibition shall ifs whit. virtue
AlJermen.Ltrecf % Nov.. 20,1852.' person; be fined for the first of the power vested in me by law I
: E. eLM'dicit-; t ;. orTnce.in a um not lea iliac! two, nor more than expose fur sale before the Court tl-wse

Mieto'l' 'Utiua: .J t I AGAZIN K.3T STABILITY five dollar*,and for each subsequent offence, of not .'s usskaon the first Monday of July next tie tub ia. .

Clerk oj t the Clto Council. A. B. Pacet.y. ofTice' : The Best and Chtapt.flAJks' Magazine.. -SECURITY-PERPETUiTV { let t'tau five nor. more than Ten dollar*;a.id if theofTcnder lowing described property or *ft much thereof as will

at the Council room.'U i \ A NEW VOLUME of thi* popular periodical I will 900000. I be a colored person, he or .Ie.u offending I pay the stale ana county laze aud necessary1 txnsei *- .
I City .! $ ,; commence with *ihe'Janini, number for 1851. which THE MUTUAL LIFE IXSURAXCECO.HPANY : shall subject to a like tin..or he :at the discretion;; ( due thereon |u wit.

.4 1 1 .' ,1.hltla.I,I, I ", will lie natty by the lit of December,and will be the ; of ihe Mayor; punished by the inflict ion of a number i A piece of iand iu the' Town oPslatkaknowanr

1I AIUEt'l8.$. i of stripes on the bare back of not lets than tl'n. norI designated' on the of mid Towu
I rpwr mutt tupcrbcter fullitked.'I .' OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL. map ajt Block. t\..
/'. 6V ZilhtCtittUi llnager'Jvt. E. Pomtf. .. only Orijlual innj-azliic. Itt.i: ET Accumulated }Fund I4ov. 1st, 1849. $900-p I more than twenty for the first offence, and fur each 22. uwuuded East by 2d street, West Ij 3d Street
offence South
subsequent of Icu than by n-ainsTeci
I. j hOt ,and North
LM twenty, nor uudioiisir
invested in Bonds I
\ f I I Tins. ia DOW the only Magazine that. gives original OOO.aecurely and Mortgages i moreihnn tliiny J one.BetlJurlhfrUrdained.. posed lo be owned by "et,ip*
on real estate in thia city and Brooklyn and flock. VanJenburx Giles & Uo8',,..
i"I'1 I aniclea fxcluticely: Mrs. Ann d,Stephens, the ed. : UiileM
\ the
: k 'rl" ,... ofthe Slate and City of New York and United by authority aforesaid tU Dud expenses are paid brfore day vf
.. 'r.'L I' J!" S' I itur.aaM...11;. C'lt Amtrica& ri ..* rulll .$ Government. | : Thai it shall nut hereafter be lawful for color 18:". .
t 'C .r. 11.1: :: 10.00' I )\ ialet cdp'p">n-.(bond or free) to ose the Sea Wai I, a*a 'I, be above sale is postponed IO/4W first
;Thia fund is increasing
rapidly by widelyexten.ara .
tJ.h2' c ii 6't'f.-c'1t1'\ Y \Or"liUinIIlOJ I.,in the ,_ -1'1''c and busines a place for promenading auJ! they are hereby forbiden of Srpieiuber next. Monday
31 a .i.Nr ;. J ycariTt1In io ,tltr. Tb prosperoo walk I
t thereon outer
A. It The Company declared a dividend of profit of ii i to a penalty ot a fine oft I 1. .. COYD.sheriff**! ts-oS.
l tr' .1f' U..w Is ...' : t is that 1ibe highest ir&ral I purity,ao that every (err* les than two nor more than five Dollars or iu jien'thereof Ta*Asvewor aaJ'Collector

'1 ctffl ". .I Fancymr.. are ddfchuri, would h..ell.l4i ty-two per cent on all e.isHogpoUcie.s" on the 31st' a nimber( stripes of nor iris dan ttn nor p Pat"., January lit, 1d53. r. c.' .
.I' .".'f"' 1.. \. ." .11w.e i; ,$ embroidery; a'ail every ihinz uacfut: Jaanary, 1848. more than thirty' one, to be laid on the bare back of _ _ _
,'T I 'I JjAll: the Profit divided *
J arc
: 'A&II ,.. ge .4 among I'the offender. ft Tax Culkclun &!.
II.. ._ 'II". tF lalou l etq QUIt1 \* the Insured. Be it Jurthtr Ordained and Peeretd br the In- virtue of the
p'fT C""IIIIbCoil', U'liolfn.le' .nnJ ieiiu.! denier No other colored The,premiums are payable in cash annually semnnually I! thor lY aforesaid that frotn and alter this dale all BY IbrwieWiore power vested jo ijie by law I
Mtgazine now gives steel fashion expose the
; ..1< fiMt ijualily Kiinnly 'Ci'ro- ri'. !) LI or quarterly interest being added on the i colored are forbiden to smoke in \Co |t.llvtLMia.
; II) a kind, plates. aa this doea. Full letter-press description ac "I person any ol fi.atka.on the first MuwJay ot July -:
ncxt.lhc futiow-
.4 uia 2&elo. :.i J.It' Cliarttttir direct North each payments. f the street. or other public place in the City, under ing,cJeacrif'l'd; .
cimipany monthly plate. Thu i.. in fact, the propertjr or u much thereof
(silt The cash principle adopted by Ibil'Compllnrlf'lunl .. as wii;.
u b1i.tIW1re. f fine Icu pay j
fashion j penalty a of not than three nor more the state end '
lexbook of and
Indispensable to all who 1 couii'.y tlaXU and
(j'rv.-ge Vtrl. tvalrr to the panic: for whose benefit the inuraucesareeficcted I dollar the first necessary ezpeLlts
in Suplr ..r Fanr.y Dry would know how lo dress elegaDl11.| Jet economically than bye for ofTruce, or in default of due thereon tu wit. :
; oi>il>, \V..I Mr of Chariot i nr.'. ', a fctir Joor. ,, It etullet every lady to be her own drettmiler.JIueuifficciit the whole of the advantage, withoutlubjec payment thereof a number of ntripe of not I le** A piece of land in the! Toworof Pabtka
u' them the knuwa
autli IVawuy I.tnr. ng to heavy drawback of accumulated than ten nor more than twenty lo be laid i Ihe designated er
< Mezzotints upon on a map or plat of said tows/is
.V(& .11.. r*; ; .I tJl .uod.aud f other Engraving*. p fSIDlmat effect insurance on their, lives South l&"tlte Soui>
y Urocrrkrtf. firni-rry store on lie o' Dce a fine of five dollar, or the infliction I of half of said Block. .
';("uuJ H.u'r of the City lIul..IGood.!. 1,1.In, ;! The tnnxotinta and steel rngravin, one of which, and the lives of other. A married woman can in- thirty one stripe, to be laid on the bare back, as ireel. North; by wain by ,2J street. We.t by 3J

4:1..r1! If I. *trrrt, llo anl'rf$ UnildiujV at least,appear in every number are unrivalled ftbeamy. -, cure the life of her husband the benefits of which are a foresaidar.d all colored.persons. are hereby strictly J. Phillips. atrecUuwued' by the hear uf

.1i a&t ,% J'nsLh.sq. $Drnlera in Fancy In illtiatrailons as well a* reading matter secured by law for the exclusive ui' .herself or chi furbiden to carry about their person, any knife Unless tare and "
I : (; upo.itetbe| I'Jautcr llotel on East an equal. cla! 'ps or other ol more than three inch 'length of sa k. t
..c.! .tit( (;harlull. ,I rt'fl, tAu it the 9 ,ly illkttrated Magazine in the country Clergymen. and all other dependent upon sat lane blade ; nor shall any colored person nut actually infirm The above tale ia l

I '',Jr" 6,;,,. Deakrin Grus cries Prori ion ,&c. iekich has tteadily! increated in eir vlaiion neT, are specially invited ro avaii them lnl of a resource > (turn disease or extreme age carry under of September next. postponed to the first MonJay '

.-l urr which how superior it,U, whereby their surviving smiles be secured' anyprnence .
tilCuuiiuu4th. Jfvrgr tr*>ft. I year prove may whatever a cane walking stick of It. '1'.
/'. J.
Ui-or-j.,rrrri .I rurl, opposite officef Dr4 Ptck. for 3 dolhra for of the principles! of Mutual! five dollar rancor a number of stripe*to be laid raf llk and Collector r. c. t

\ .IOn. copy one year, ; ihree) copies 5 L ife Insurance and on January lit i. Ie53.
\ rjL .Vt.Ii. ItctJiik/ U-H illustrating ji'. advantage, with tli'- bare back of the offender
r Shoe. Cap, oliatil ; for five copies 7 dollar and fifty cents ; fonn of not 'less than ten. -
IhisauJ I ofappliration.may be obiaiu
Uy iuol. ebl *i.iei l'Cliarloitee rlti. for 10 dollar fur sixteen at office ci nor more than thirty-nine. Tax
copies Collector'
< wraf f of (Xwrlyti .'n-ellllill Trranury Lane. I, l *eight. ; copin20 dollar the Company,35 Wall at., or of any of its agent Passed by the Council: 23J December 185 virtue of the Sale.

I Lii re"et AuJreu. Tailor Charlotte Street PRMIUMS FOR CLUBS.-To TRUSTEES. j. G 1JUJIPUKEY ol yor. BY for power vested in mt by law: I
rt"paYJi"uonsgPI. kale
ueattM Forl. t tJuki I Jo* B Collins David C Colden. Att'st expose before the Court House in
i (lug Ulutu/tlir following splendid Premiums
I/>/.,::Boot maker Charlotte-) jttreet near I| be given op : lFor a club of three or fire, a premium will WraiJ! Hyslop Alfred Edward, ,,51. R. A.IDIEC.Clerk.Extracts l ing Palaika.vii descnbed the first Monday of July oext.lhe fi.Uww
: lit Cay 1101" properly or *u uiuch ,
R H Win ihrreot
McCurr'y, Bens a* will
,plate 16 by 24 incheaa magnificent offer. Fora theatate and pay
Michael NeUizu-ClbiDtt Maker Charlotte Ered Winston Joseph Blunt. from Proceeding of county lazes and ofcrssary due '
club of eight a copy of the Magazine for 1852. For City therrou.iw wit.
.Lrret.t b low i>n'oerance Hall. C W Faber Isaac Pennon Couucil.r .
actnb ofaiJletn.1D extra ( l
or 53. Iud
copy a
Uarttl OltMrtt. 3Iack Smith aud Gun Smith, in addition. proJ P Yelverton' Henry Wells, HI HE: following Resolutions were then severally 3 3: l acre 3.1 rate land being in.township':

uear UM North Gate of the City, .; t rnillmJ'late ; puat.paid.toCHARLES Theo Sedgwick, Wm Moore JL introduced and adopted namely : ; 3? and bounded North by public land, South range ant .

'- I Jf PETFRSON. Stacy B'Collin. Zebedee Cook. Resoliiiioii 1st. West by the \\River( dl. John aDd Just public !lauJ.

Stalingjr.. Lijuon and RtfrttKwtnM, ,by No 96 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. John H Swift, Joan Miller, Retolted ly tht Mayor mud Aldermen in Council Uule taxes and expenses are paid before day of
K. Bridier C ( ,
llptet.$ I A John
Wadsworth David A Comstock, conteucd -That the Ordinance prohibiting Lathing asle.The .

Pl lip Ctom x. Retailer of Liquor.. Refreahraenta. ,TO LA HUE PI'J'N'I'Elt S M Cornell. Robert Sb ,ler. within certain limits ihcrtiii .pfcib d. paaed the ,above sale ia postponed to she first Monday

: I ic., Charlotte street,' opp, 4ite Bridier, ,Bowling Valuable Tracts of Laud for Gouv M Wikios! James Chambers, 31st of July 1843, be amended by inserting immcdiately .. of Scpieu i ber next. '
AUt l Sale. '
John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, alter the word "bathe," in :be second line ol R. 1'. BOYD,.heriffand ex-off.
__ fin HE: subscriber as Agent ot tlir several owners t Fred Whittleey. Moses II ihr first section TaxAssciii.oraud
Grinnell thereof the
following, viz Collector.
STAGE OFFICE., JL offers for aile some of the most valuable land. Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker within the enclosure or wall of a regular cad: except decently Palatka! Jan. 1st. 1853. c.
|k Bast Florida wit
to :
John C
Office of \tfiefltUMailSlgge. Brldier'a j '* Cruger Eugene Dutilh, conttructed Bath: House jlnd it WItS Ii ke. -
City :,800 valuable hammock land
Hotel., : 1. ,,' I acres West ofFlemington ValcerJoy Franci*S I ihrop, wire Resolved, that said Ordinance, be further so Tax Collector' Sale.

< ,. f !!, : ( ,111)0) ,known acres near as the the Gibbs Alachna Lands, Savanna in Marion, known Co., as. Alfred Pell- J 0 Thatcher. nmeuded and altered aa to read thus, ((10 wit) any BY virtue of the power vested ia me by law I

i. ; the" Carey Grant. JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President: person violating! this section of bit ordinance, shall expose fi>r sale before the Coun Hmwe in

CHURCHES 1400 in dan Hammock IIA-C ABBATT, secretary on conviction before the Mayor i if a white person, PaialLa: on the first Monday% of July cext,the foliuwing -
Aai'.. Galia.li c and. North.l le acre Felasco Bear New Joseru BLCXT forfeit and for the first l described
> Mooumen n anstille. known as the Lawion, Lands. Cpnnaellor. pay. offence, a fide of,Five property or so math thereof aa will pay
I "11I1ff'. G. R. FAIUJUI/S. St. J dollar, with all coats which the hate and county taxe and
; I Several! thousand Agent Augustine Fla. may accrue in the coir accessary expense*due
acres good and the Arre-
|in '
EpiulJld c.\"Irtl. South aide Monumentaquare, dondo Grant. t 16th. l lection of said fine aad for each subsequent offence thereon,to wit. ,

re&terICAar L '" Oo"St. i IGto .street. c a tine of Ten dollars, with costs aa aforesaid 204 ceres 3d rat and '
and { double
000 Halifax River Sonth of.8u An. if taxed JoJi -
i l ithcfithenittare.iiii..S.AfT_ ; **. r- i.: > : acres, on '. ,. ..t-CuDI1'pBBI' a negro or mulatto oo conviction shall 3liddtrton7brlag patti|4 : '
theBalow Plantation trespata a. sobpdiraressnes.
havinj'BOo'stcres .
Cusdne.kaown as
III.l" 1I ,tS l G'J'l et of land suitable ,forcaoe and 4 M. BAndren..' gaintit thi*ordinance the ofieader shall receive twee- s hip tt range 27, and bodJ-Ifr. _
'P' an.t'iM1M 'n1 1va 4Qs .,*j $, .':.4Y" 1 open cotton. ty-fivc alriuea en the bare back; .' !? 'iFbuds.
several other bodies solicits the :
of attention
: -. I And hammock land on RespeetfllllJ of his Resolution : f.1""_ _
I navigable waters. public in general,to his stock 2d. Unless taxes. azJi '
expenses are paid bejore davf
& .
TKRMS. OF, COURT, EASTERN 'CIRCUIT of Heady made 'tilrttl. That hereafter until otherwise .
Ii The titles are undoubted and terms low--Apply Clothing! suitable for the provi S he *-- .
: FLORIDA., ; .to 'GEO.. K. FAIRBANKS. Season ; a portion of which has been made up ia end collected a tax of six and a quarter cent per day be levied' The above said is postponed to tK first Monday

zrztsouz. *. Fcb28.l859 at. Aogotin'.Florida. thit city; and for style and durability of workman end for each stall in the Fish market used I of September next.

i For die COJDtlf' oCOrlDi ship is inferior to none to be found in market. occupied.in tie vending of Fish ; and it is here* R.'T. BOYD.
any sheriiTaad .
&DdSt. ofi
: i
Lade at Mel The by made the duty of ihe rx. .
School Rooks.kucu tity Marshal
.IYIUr. oo ilca Jlrat Taeaday following comprise a portion of the stock : to examine Tax Assess and Collector ,
in all fish
April each and r c
brought the
: to market
and Black Drap Dele Frocks and and (with the Palatka
cveqyear. Geography Atlas Woodhride) do concur ,January; 1st, lJ53.
Fur the County of I and do, Peter Parleys do. Smiths new Gram Linen Dack Drill and Fancy Linen Frock and Sack I *, rence whom of he any two discreet and ,disinieresieJ1ers| on,, -_____
second Sampler at AdaIXlItl e.oQ the tnar.ploey* History of the United Stain Webster'speller India Grass Silk and Brown Linen Sacks may select to unite with him in any exam Tax Cfilletlor't Sale.
ftlouday in April ia each and every year. definer Black and Colored Frock. tion lie may make) hall condemn all I .1
) and Walker Uctinnary southern first Alpaca and Sacks. such ruh aa of
vrtue the
Fur.lhe''III'otQnaua.at Pilatka,third Tuesday class book grimthaw history of Greece.oVdoof Rome, Panta of Fancy French Cassimere, Black Do Aprilla each and every, year. do Cassimere Black Dete after the passage of this resolution oo'saU expose before the f court llouw i ia .
"ir" I do of United States eaglish' readerVpictorial: pel- Drap and Spring Tweed of fi:b Pabtka on the first
ro the .county of. 'rioQ.a' Ocala! ,fourth Monday I: Hag book do primmer do reade/i'achool reader di I. Cassimere. Wh.teDiiekFaaey Linen Drill togeth shall be made either openly or covertly until the described Monday oUst, next.thHolIo** ,_

ol April. \ _. boll arithmetic, stair! ,JpencUs,ink letter paper er with a large lot of Cotton Drill and duck pants. made market in bell has been regularly rung and any sale slate an4county. propeny.or taxes ao aod much tfie thereof aa will pay the- '

For the .wafers, quill, steel ,Dote books for servant wear. violation of this prohibition is necessary ezpeu9IaCthereon
eoaaty of 1 Alachua at New llnm" i pens paper toy te. clared hereby de I to wit.lG2aerrs .
fcrst Monday m May. 1 ?, _2- D. 1 I: CARR Vests of Black S tin. Black Barathea and Fancy to be utterly void,and cu: entitling the pur I

For the Mareh2G&b)3. Silks Fancy and White Marseilles. Figured and clinser to a preference over any other individual who third rare land, granted to U.S. Dexter -
eoaatrcf '
eccud Colombia, at,AlHgator. bn the Stripe Lineos. Also a largs Stock of may be present at and after the ringing of raid bell!! ,double taxed :and advertised for nonpayment of
Monday otMaj. tI : %: 1\l.OOO COOli AGENTS WANTED, Goods,toch aa Stocks,Gloves Su.peoder*.Cravat. and propose fur any fish he may see and deaire to 'I taxes for the year 1852, peing ia township I.i,rugs

tor |he coaaty t: ..... C. II.. on the1Wednedaytefue !: ELL riCTOHlAL AND OTHER USEFUL Collars, Shirt, Stripe Silk and Cotton Sock and purchase and any person selling fish either openly I 26, bounded North. East and West by public lafidaand

the fouth Monday5 h j Mar. WORKS FOR TIlE YEAR 1853.SiWO :ilk and Gingham Umbrella,etc. etc. covertly, contrary to the intent and meaning of South by the River Su Johns < .

For the ccanty of Duval, at JacluonvUle.on- -ie DOLLARS A YEAR! this be interdiction,shall on conviction before the May* Unless taxes and expenses are paid before dayoi ,
fourth Monday.wf May. Notice. or fined in quadruple the value of fish sold : sale.. .
any so
For ihec'ttatr ol' St John'*, at,St. Aocas.ine. : 'WAITED active, in every and enlerprUing'men eoanty of the Uuited .4 U persons are hereby forfaideo (rom trespas by"hint wish cost of prosecution. l The above sale is postponed to the,first Monday of
cecoud Monday in June. oniie in the sale of some or tha km Books, to ci I- 2M. ins opoa or cutting any timber on the tract of : wfoed, Tha| his Honr.thu Mayor be ..eoaeatfd I September next. i.'
gaga in thecon'try. land to invite the I
known as 6OOO acres lying U.r attention of Lieut. M, L R. T. BOYD Sheriaand offieioTex
i FALL TUX *' To inca ff good address on East aide the United Smith] of : ex
possessing St. States '
For the *uni: <>s ef O.-hn-s ahd 'j.'tncie, tldrd sniajl capital of from 82* to $100 such indncementa aa Mures place River opposite between what Pilatka was and formerly Buena known now in this City: and Topographical(who it is understood Engineer is Corps; : .January Iu.Aaaessor 1853. and Collector! r. c.Palatka. .
r fore the first will be offered( as to enable them to make rum Vwa of on
VacsJay. Monday in 83 of IOU Canal
MoVera er,: pirt a giant of 15,000 acres mad. Survey in our State.) ta the '
to John ground V
t\hJeh/Wjhe rrar 1853.trill be the I8ih October.or .' -to 85 a dsy profit. 1uen..Dd being the intervening between the head of !
same 6,000 Matanza Received the
River Carolina.hams
Booka acres sold I by cornoat
The published
CT by as are all : fal Intheif Francis, J. to Hmith'a Creek the JUST
.- of$ head of
lM*eoaaty Putnam oa th 'jaai1Taeaday AvicebyJohn Haenas Halifax
i character, extrrraHy popular and .As all said I land lows Kiver.at "Bu- lead.Unseed oiltnrpeatine ail.m01'
bd t-Ar.i tUMoadayin November {which' : fox the Urgt lilies wherever thEy are ofjrred. command fc claimed by me u gturdian of C*xouxx M. A'c1. with his Uaalorer"other cod to ask that be will,if consistent ayrnp. honey sagar pork kaeoa.iaau,beef eheeae t

yar /WIU be lat of Noverabc-T ? J For, farther particular, address (poataze paid). St. MARY N. M ICE!:. a view to arrangements; examine the lame with cracker,bread floor, soap,candles, ataren, Indigo, .

For jVTcouaty Sompjer, on the foanh Wedaes- UOBERT WKAWJTPiwusOTB. Augustine Mar Uth. 1853. water ascertain the.practicability off opening a tulons almonds,enmnta,,citron In. "i3 '

df 1.1' November. which! Idr the yeas 1353,:wtU ,be 181 WilHam ?.t, New York. and communication to connect those two poitna pepper tobacco aegara IDU nd leaf.bnMM ba.wishboard .

4- tac nJonmb.4'. ,. .. .. .t.-: ..d- : "fbl\1Uf of 5LL. 1 n< : ', flutter Hams, &C.;.Cho a lot per Steam* report."to tb* City Council the rna of his ezanUDllloa. *., paUr basket, fohhaw, maD, $:*'*,
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t I ,L4 i1 : d. .1 ,l S G. IIl'IP JRF.YS.11.or' I March I 12th, -

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