The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00145
 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 30, 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: UF00048575:00145

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'O' l HT ., -, The Fuitlilul tClcrl ._ 'I I : He then changed his tone and inquired about .
Ail Adventure !
You cannot top the me, and<< the neat moment lay a corpse ,on..the. .
course of Cupit 1'8 arrows '
BED EVERY SATURDAY, &Tft will hit avhcw ; : the liabilities! of'PcttcngiTl &>0o.Mr There are.man'slautl3} ll life that men are floor K The tioiso of the pistol aroused the fair
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., Jtotaus Co; Htf'Flo.g mark>Uiatnojtfvtcntitnedicwecancurc\ Jcaye a i j Boswcll/'tvidcnUy, was a relieved man.-- [ p laced in, which. n-fllbring} *forth talents, strength> deeper she started? in'the'bed,and j ecmed ah ,
\ ,_ Mr, BosH.: had done his duty in reprimanding the j. ingenuity winch himself and''Others ,
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.C oy A well went to the courage Angel of th*; -white, clouds emerging from her
.. great cilyf<$ll forty jear* ago, ;]; man; and ho co inform. his.wife of.i itand! let f dccmpd tot 11patgy enC9" wjth'hia: uwt urr.I do jrur bed to soar to thealcies: .

*3ke XbUart jxr a70flu4 advance. as a poor boy; -but he vrprked lis,way up by | her proceed as she. thought pr xr.--*..''* */ :lfl','.'onej. j ho eufr'..* aii. '' J--, x-" .( ,_; ",, .5 rT-*.*JT up. ,

UIuud imtit: !it j. 'cJcrkliig ii.! .until went,Into. busite: fijf1-! Nancy,, .tJ q'JP ( : d .tttfltV d "' "
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r< a state was sclccicc1. .':n.1Uortl t or >hyiical strength: both of w !cb I 'Oh murder
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Jngasa"boy do cannot
and of you ,
:'IL1&Ir.J'LIoa, and 'l 5 lI1s: or esc Irf messages run crrandsr| Hcrx>ut&taFmwnipidy] purchased and made ?:n now inclined to think I possess-ai least tiie wilt not, kiU me, sir: }'
Sam :
tutu insertion. To advcrL&r8' particular, was ahvay.rfllip| fchcd with i r ready, and! the day arrived for her tier will befcr I have
yearly a !i depttrtur-I Ii ;;: me out, when related .act : The servants now rushed i in
utttalt-tcJ to !ll mastcr's'aotiSCattti I -all was explain Iro.
dtoount wHJ i*made.Att wall wEflo hesitttnl 'I Samuel manifested no outward signs of regret, : tolaa! iig adv nt rc."- Tne'wrctch: turned :
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.'..- advertisements ,moat be paid tdr beN P t''ic entry. waiting for 'ma'am' fo. 1 and the great: object seemed, to unobservant eye.-1, I was: on my wayto P=. in (the fat! of 18 sunpo.d; : to bo a slave a vagabond t
return an :).nvcr-Ior slw f runaway from \i ina.I .- '
was. terrible{ slow
.unless by a regular customer. *By to bo accomplished.Xancy } -;'it-\;:'J :towavtk the cold eypnkg! in the first had: ,the provideu; .Tul! of
: little opportunity
; ....... to ear terms, the requisite; aunt may boo made penman his (Nanc/, tho rich pan'* daughter upon,her c.nivalTOte back concern- fall! moatli, when.niy horse stopped suddenly: b;'- 'fVom tilo'worst of falca: ,who ifl after rescuing called ono: t,

..JIiIiIeCId sad tran tnitted with tho advcrti.-e-} rather luabt.:1&m wa4 a: bright boy, in:.:; the delightful horns .,she. had entered.T She fore A -"cs'pecfciolo !tou-ie. about 'fen:"tnilcs f-om I me liUibnnd:; 'and reU'.cd to our children; years her .
'.. ,''t. '. ,r precocious, en. entertaining: way*to amuse CC$1ed docile and o!>e.1icnt-Ionxl her parenls 1 !IN--. There was .something sti-auge ;and re-1 I.Ir a; s Prom'.heJotdatackoEamidn'mV
tho Hub, girl JBO i'aat .. escape gMn
:' .. Advertiemsnts not marked: : with \,hoof to inquire{ of '.cr fulJ r 'if heI by-aiJ-by. uacd more than cvcrt.nd'eggcd; to assure them that :morkablo: ilus action: o my ao:'FC, nor. WOlt'u.1 $3a:St! .-Lu71J'd .411''lln '1'. .

'..ber Ifwwlions required will be continued \ not coining 4fsomo they need ,have anxiety on he: bch.1U She he move a step ;hi' spite: or all my exertions tc ..

pita forbid, and clurgcd for. .. >' errand ::.4a41 croon, ? Aul |hera: :1e'.c'as, stayed a year with the Lady Superior, really! hn- move,, him on. r determined :to gra5'!iri his: wh'ro, 'Aa Uneasy ., d

... r Five Dollars will be charged for(all an' guy Jong: siui.cnoa ,}in hi. 'calb, for i itt! cither I pro 4 ng in all the graces and: charms of feminine: } and ai: the same tbie: a. rna prercntioicntv.Ich Predicament.kv .. <. ;

uaeemeats or candidate* for office; to be paid rained and I his master:> wani/J: :'::\sumbKlIa,. or a j; loveliness,ivhen her father was suddenly taken: i-1, v : caiiie ov.r me, a': tfn.7 r.t. 'of supc:' /tu1 .,1.1cd-l dent Ito a were the witness of a very ludicrous inci

. |i draftee.Ntfe friend waa'invited::l to. dins' ;, or lift haj heard of| and she was summoned at his bedside.; !rug' iudc::crllxbe: u.eaietl: io urge: ale to crt'.v.Having .- for wlrcb! occurred, inthii city.few,,, days.. since, l
to Debtors and Creditor f something mpprtant to comniuiiicate: ..so Sam Tho Interview was a long and i :.noJ cd relating: whch: we crave the indulgence of ,
.s. $7 00 | tcred' private ,one- : anti requested :o bo conducted! the]
i Apffeatloafer Letters of Administration l 5 00 t tApf1i / \vai*"J dc1: with the me , i Tm a grc ijr.LVOrito: witi the old too good joke to 'Ixj lost. .
L'\tJX-fo1' ho his bedside i
tio fort difmi3sal aS'Adrnr. the same afternoon. .d into
10 po'UI&rW' 'Samuel said z\zi Jtting! : room, wjcro: sat a beau'ufu!
was exact and truUiful \Vhic! sitting: at 1
] very -two excellent our desk and
'notices for private bcncflt will ;!obe \ traits Mr. Boswell, 'I am about to leave thia world.- girl of about! twenty yccrs of She ro.at laboring atsidnouoly -
age* !
in .
," any messenger, I j pen, scissors and paste to make gore;
aclv1rti At such mime everything but one's character! a
tiMfol doubfolbe rates of i.g. For my entrance rani ae med a little :curprued: ai theappearance readable!
)cars this tort of itclipaco: : was ir seems of little worth. You have been I : paper for. our patron jnre were sudden a ,
Alt rdI0nous notices will bo all iu all of
'IF" iaartdgmiaateualy. : -- 'S.I a perfect stranger. In a few .
miltcd by Sar,. lie ly frightened i from }
crag io l ngr the little f to me in my business transactions. Do you love words I related to her the strange conduct of our propriety by the haslvcnircnce ::1
but I my or .
a,- All bIDs for Job printing, must be 3 pad"! | a 1.'l11. graceful!j'outhj and Nancy[was some my daughter still?' said he, pressing! his hand. horse, and ltia stubborn opposition*to mind.'' A gentleman\(\ exclaiming, For God : J
my ake
way. in her teens. Now, he u.gi to bo invited help me to see what's the matter 'r\.o' .
.'ikt delivery of the work. V : : 'Our affections arc unchanged,' remarked Sam Iam not,' observed, 'superstitious ''inclined t
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by the daughter J!Jia l wtting jj na,, hs was "' jot some drcadTulthing-scorpion or tarantula: }
: All letters on bu&ineaa, and commuaicaBfct ; no uel. on the side of the metaphysical doctrines ofjthpgc: 1- a

tM. lls be pOle paid, to receive a'uention.M and longer he discour caUcd'Sain't;cd of, but concerts Hanivel and!,, theatrical Miss Nancy 'Then' ,' Mid !fr. ,IJoswe1, 1, .he is yours, call who support them; but the strange, unaccountj -in-help the mol'leg 1 of my pantaloons 1 Quick-quick .;

'4 ... exhibitions her. ;j,feljle fecluigs that crept over mo iii attempting lo "
and once in whilc! Sw\; f'nttcndcd' We instantly rose from
a chair
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9611 If It tt.t $ r Uie "y 'Nancy, you have my dying approbation: to 1 pass your house, induced} nic to solicitrlodjjTngs end fright- r ;
same church, and.wpccp o\' r.hLi ourselves. Our friend had broken inV % ;
P- .. -"nr-- ........" "" .....- .... and : s I- faattrrapclrr : marry this youtt; man, and* remember it is in i ; forttaeilgbt..ogbt. ... and sosuddenly ,. >
catch a glimpse of Nancy's block lustrous unexpectedly upon us, and wad \

I' of Utc ducrcet and so
consequence implicit obcdicnca 'Svce she
KEMEMBEU ME. ;, replied, 'well! guarded, 'tis
eyes 'But wlmtiCsl1o"rctum the wonderfully agitated that we knew not indeed '
<. glance, you have boUi'rendered_ us when .''"0 were I true ; but in this'part! the country we have litj
I xcua no chain! of rarest worth, thought he, 'I am the son of a poor widow,'and and whether he were. in his senses or not., We looked
r" opposed indignant at the thought of ( :' from the robbers, for we have never
",' Ho coral I from thy dc J ,p sea cave, only 'a? clerk ; 'it'is all nonsense to think of being Hero ill r'hcartiof 'at him with a tort of surprise mixed with
marriage. will
my ; call your mo hc1'. any being near sfe; are surrounded J
,: $o gem long bid within the earth: ,. a favorite. only as I am frithful. to the old man'sservice. Samuel read it ,and if i is ; and'I dread] and hardly knew whether to speak with '
J soo it satisfactory. He I t'by neighbors, .flatter: myself we arc etpace '
To thii* where. now thusc ulcers wove ; Bu omoho'.r! ( Nancy dl l iiov winning did i I or sac? and confine him Cora madman. The titter -
so, and they were all moved to tears. j with them all But this evening, in consequence
,. ., \Jilt more r r i sue fair: U miiie... ,.. way Sio!. ,half.invited !him to coin andlAko Samuel } his we came near attempting. There he stood,
was appointed executor and of the absence of Cither: I feel
was : my unusually I
:'Ur ( a<' ; a seat in Use rather c'i-v tnM quivering 'llI'lPate' wlth sand ,
.ii'P'P '. r9IJ.forL1\p-r 4. : pew-or ; m* likewise. r gno l P ins. :I'p..ttt. -
| successor in business with: a cash lonesome, andif it were D9i\bol11.eriOq oi oas ,
*4...' wryotiIlouht| : us tUue i i ,bay Z1lWA18 root" enoughtand' wlir: i s'1 trfret'blrllular'pnrlyyw o ,Capital ofjfifty,Uapjjsajid;..depositcdjJn.hiLo\VIL', Jd1 :u''Dii f.w 'i :
3ti BcturwLrr m ...wf ... ". ) 'c'ii:!;ist oil Saiiu} .3 10a .at
.Ntt : ; t: name for his benefit
3 besides and
coascnt to
ample provis your staying; for similar: Cl.'ClingSh.d
invitcU The! oU lady thoughlk.:i it trout The matter! 1 he exclaimed, 'oh help I Pvogot
: may not Jif re tuurp tae |p'lg i : \>vcr ion for his widow: and daughter. 'And In consideration been mine creOU arrivedfrom whatcau me

To count the fn"' Alb! of flfpiiISnoajtUfiir : ia151c ; do, bt Nancy pbulcd :A !:.ail, ...! ''ct shj iod of the sterling integrity and a mLnifcstsiJ'o '? cannot imagine.. something here which_ just ran up my tr; t
'I her ( .h.r i>i tour; dCi- :: on of;:Iu.s f.iUifnku! ; 'A : Some Infernal lizard or scorpion, I expect Oh
alter :j ,
me', in ti'je: to phase, was inserted before:: the devfteto Tho evening Pa.;:cd delightfully aw\-iny
Ifin atlln&cQ1uriJHII! m.n, .. ought (o bo inyitid, tn4 Porte of the com',.'rrr/ ( Samuel om hoUe.ssvas I can's let it go ; I must hold it 0, there !I' ho j .
t \v6uld recognize : houlJ young. intalligcnt and lovedtll o shriek,,- 'I "
: m, ycL :ie, : delimit to dt felt it mQTcju.ilt'then Oh
ID otlicr or Jjitant cli.u"pVbtrc'4r1lur.hlt'lnDyb, :'i'he clerk! li : i ,
jTMrt. introduce iiiui r.s Mr. Pifi..g. now siu-recded:: J h master; the marriage 'hour flew FO quick that, on looking! : rot my watchc pants without straps! I'll never have ;
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/ : i I soon followed, and the happy couple am I was surpvis d to find that it:1.3 eleven o'clock! another ;
Sh?did: 50, aid mary inquiries<< were made by hair oper a'; the bottom as long I live.
call back as Ah I ,
nflU) bygone liica,
stiH! ,
dell affluent and beloved Tiii; i the of
rezp was .signal and
lo -an exampleto retiring- by twctyevery c I
j It
sundry youtg'bclci c.10'ho V
BHl dWt' etbIi-re.-JI:etr'pt'craie.r I was t!!,-.t Bo'aln. -
handsome YO;?r'1:1;; man ?t' All th! .r flittered Nan- all aspiring young men, early restricted by innate of ihe'house was probably! asleep, Feel what?' we inquired standing at the F ,

,,' i,Jt,mem r r r we!....how fw: .....how fortiloee ? cy's vanily; ':aadirtcrat. l her affbclion.: l&he I1 poverty, to be fhithful and devoted to their cm:- jotiveiuyselC: I could not s'.co:)strr.nje vi ian.: time at a rcsp<'etful'distancc from the gentleman same '
worJi ihat link .ployers, being assui-cd.that this t no; a solitary I floated ccvoi'a bruin, aid I lay twisting: a--1 : ,
t r JoncUing tprlll now had 10torvcri: attons: wacn ho can t a of cranils i-\\ I nj I for wej, had just been reading our Corpus Christi i.
'Va.t.bou bt. .iee.. xvlpt visi.u ihrang in.Uance where ft promotion ensues as: the; reward j turnips the bcdtoal fire 0::!ceps'!
up : : : '- and once, liar ::oaar.ctcctcd'cr; : wnli.i" I I ;011j. ;is< aMU'e > ; correspondent's letter about nukes lizards
In wakened, &ncyV holitrgt c-'ll h'iii. of undeviating rectitude.-GlewAr? Pictorial :) The clo.k strut'!: on-i1: lat! vibrating I ; and !
"ote to She her
| rorovcd for
; \ : a her terocritj" .. ... tarantula.and began to imagine some-deadly insect i i n
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.. 'r..., tell of many n cliauae to come! : 'Sa :nll had ?c?rccly die*! away, when! the opening6ra 'I i.
I'\I : wine ;?:ccmbd pot.a watt to abate: lie': 0..f nCdm.'I1L Kitting Peas witb a Pen Knife.A + or. re; tile in the leg of our friend's> unmentionables. \ .!

'.: ,. .. May every chons"! brio; to thee! :. FinaMy: her mother -.ought of -.endhv-:; profc 'ror of.1L r:acuratics being gent to the : shutt and.the raising: of a sasli: in one of tinloweIaartmnt3tense c 1
.$ la 10 plea weal aure'e! hi light wo..nt'lI&\.anb.i'r sorroxv'j iilooin me.- 1!! her from home {io ;ib:;s tlie .:;lIy :;crl's love, andbeing \drionback: Mountains lor scientific pit:*'tosestoo''tV, | ?cd ruo that sdine or.wa c *I don't know what it I is,' answered tnp gentleman .

: 11. : o ";;'d ''t tq to ti:.! :ae secret: &io the fcihshe i r, will hiincs a companion a younger brother, whohod : I : entering the h u. e. A noise: followed as 'hcp! Inc to s:o what it !L.a. I was passing :
',at ... .. .. 1413 protested stile s'oo.'dbc notoa, convent, just graduated, and an old hunter az :guideand .person jumping from the win.low sill U the i that *>ic! rubbish in front of your office, and i

IJ m-xo a vitlskcmudo. rather Uian disgrace i: h?:. .lf ii: this way. cook. Passing a clearing where were oaic: floor, and thence: followed the: light and almost! !InOe i fci!; i it :rt up my log as qnick as lightning'and .

,:;:J'A ; But Sanucltu: so well verse:
nan like date cnrce e'f'f appealed:, ; affa'rs! ; he t !icw ao much; bcUatlun: himself I''ish to dinner. They camp: on the borders: of a '.ep;; in the room adjoining rite one occupied by I n.:-ck 0.:1.1' an.iror.da: we firmly believe. he woo tI 4

,. A phi like thine, whrre ball we flay" I U the characters ofhi.4 c-:...centers, and bad such ,a lonely lake and whilo the prolbssor: was tai ri g the hdy; mine was next the starca.s&! ; -the step '|j have beer: squeezed to jelly. By this time, t\VQ l .. V ,
beard I
Sardy thou cheriabett tby
,along the slow !
.,'.. Jo bop:i to bl Ie! lliycelt'ltebiq} ( jt' I.), ready tict at d:,cctig: any. eva*"VO artlflce, t11.'ltl1e some obsciTation', tho hunter: and :yxiduato pre lu.d crime seized gallery and and CAutious. i 4 o- three! of the newsboys! ; hadjcome in ; the clerks*
savcd him! thousands\ ptretil'aedinner. Thoprofessornolieingachu !,. my pistol slipped on part of my and
..a. c.njual'y: ; and this fact c : 1 packing boys hearing, the outcry, stopped
,t" PrcuVQooa'cge was rio to b3 ov y rloo'cil by dismissing! him fro mlink: between the tudcnt ,and backwoodsman! clothe.: determined to watch and listen to the I working} and editor and all hands stood around '

,..lMI Inc l there was a member no taie gcnice. Bat the cfihfr ,,,ih 1D.u N{ncy was not sit::pccted omc trick, and strolled: quietly towards movements seemingly mysterious or suspicious; t'.ic sufferer with looks of mingled sympathy and -

.t.r*. .JF& er1. One diy Uio prof&uor oC1o j j to be passed ovir without a reproval Boswcll'liad the I fire as if lo get a ac\v po'.it: o' ou.' e:-,':tio n' I the sound of the step stopped at the door then I.. 'a"trt. '

favoring: to substantiate: that a thing: tee I always bcenlon n.ol. the most Intimate: terms! wiih bu- 'n fact to watch their proceedings.; :' followed! on as applying: the car to tho keyhole, I Bring a chair, Fritz i ,said we, 'and let rite

... the same notwiUistaneing a substitution bra clerk! and hqw !he coo'1 PO rep im.and: him asto Supposing the professor: ; p in cqur.tjons and : and n low breathing convinced mo the villain was I ser.ileman be seated.' \' '

JiI clews of its parU Our wag, who had: been I accomplish;: .-"f pn'P cendd: sLroh:': :1.bch. angler they relaxed' their caution, and he observed li '{tening. I stood motionless, the pistol firmly] ,|I "' 0I! can't wt,' said tho gentleman, C I can't '

"wr ag ihe Yankee art of whitUlng, at length menl: for ildmgbtcrTa. (to'htn: a nuzzling c,ti j a. that each was making a woo-ea spoon with his : grasped. Not a muscle moved, nor a nerve \vasj i iI |i bend my knee !-if I do it will+ bite or, sting me;

Irt1i up his jack4cnife, and inquired ; ma. Ho was mSstaT.cn' however, in oo: of his: ''pen httiiei' -;yon-'PleaveY to deprive b jmi; 1 i sjickcnwl! for I felt as Heaven had selected me ;I I no, I can't at.: V i\ I

1uppoae that I'shoul
+;, ..."" trod tanother todinftg t place--*wouldme difficult a mttcr: to adjufct Before{ : '1Itcr.( 1\Knife to cat them with. Sayiu nothing: he w1I p*;- i The person now slowly passed on and las : straight! out, and we'll acct''what it /a you

... knife Out it was before f" sleepless night ] fr. Boswcll called his clerk, into I Ii I IhU edto vhe LLkcsho-c, and pickuigup: a muscle shll I I cautiously approached!the door of my bcd.chamher. have got.' .

.,..be sure" replied ftc professor. i presence. 4t this moment he was reading; a .i larger than art ordinary spoon, he fitted a split- I I now went by instinct, or rather by the Well, let me give it on? more hard squeeze: I

"Mjjt'iben," file wag tousle u vd, ''sqppoa e I note which rail, thb wir.e : t stick to it for a handle, indout- both into M'1jCkct. I conveyance of sound-for as soon as I heard his 1'1rcruilh it to d eth', and no-iin he rvnt the, rorc
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the handle{ and get another-woaebody li. '''My parent. may I banisli me to some foreign!: 1 j[ Then sauntering back, he kept around.until hand gm p the latch of one door, mine seized on of an iron vice upon the thing. If-it had allY

'" ............J .- _wil ,. _':11"ir' ..' shore, or they! (hnmerso me in thb wall. of( a convent -,' the dinner was coo.;c<1. .His presence: ro.: trictcd the other-a deep silence followcd.this movement I lift I loft this last effort must have killed it lIe

f" ."tlIIIItzw.' ..., ", I.I I yet I will surmount all 1.ua.rrlcrnDu.1 even taro operations! and they were enabled lo nuke ; It seemed as if ho beard the sound, and then cautiously seated himself; .holding out his

if should find the,old blade and bully be yours.'': They may 'cramp' my movement but shallow! spoons. The peas were poured into} was awaiting the repetition, it came not-all was leg :s stiff and straight; as a poker. AI i harp

..Ad and should put them.,.together, I II j.t .,\,but they fehall never dwtroy the affection the dish, and lo! it was all soup! siill ; he might have considered it the echo of:hi* I knife was procured the pants were' cut opca)
I, ***?kf'o would that be In ; nor the love hi my heart towards the 'dcspiscd Imagine l CU\ ,tented around their food, eah own noise. I heard the door open soflly-I also carefully, nuking a hole largo enough to admi: a

?never heard the professors reply, I clerk.' N.' ': stabbing with penknife at the peas which dodged -. opened mine and the very moment I stepped into ; hand ; tha gentleman put on thick ,glove! and

+ O' 'Offing,' said Mr. Boswcll, 'ia! there any bu4-, unuer the sin&co like frogs when polled by .;i the entry, I caught the glimpse of a till man en-1 I I plowly inserted his hand, but discovering -nothjng. tJ

Wat SOT TRUW os SCXDAT.-An instance ot ,| ness on hand requiring immediate attention V; I mischievous boys. After this ridiculous"'process i iI !i tering the lighted chamber of the young We were all looking on in almost breathless

P. iMhMPce of i a deceased,'pious; mother upon a 'None, sir,* replied tho young man, save a'fewny I had been car sal on awhile, the hunter and j j'I' I softly stepped along the entry, and lad-I' attention to see this monstrous thing-wliat- +

**l vrd and impenitent son, lately came to I unanswered letters to some! cotton dealers,' ;and : pludent flourished their wooden spoon?, and wilhj the clumber; through the half opened door ij I ever it might be, each ready to scamper out of .

", ***iWgei| A young man came to this place.lk he twirled: the'loving, note in his h-.nd:1.1 if one I j a hurrah made a dive at the' peas. The professor glanced ray ley e into the room. No object was 'j i j, harm's: way should it prove 'to be alive; when .

-I i rore horses for sale On the sab :ithjofUi9m., i \ \\1 said not a word, but coolly drew forth a muscle visible save the curtained bedwithin whose sheets suddenly the gentleman became if possible more

Otpi'l' 1% bk arrival, while sitting in tho 'Samuel' said Mr. B., with a loud hem, Sam, I shell and,, stick and fitting them together began lay the intended victim} to the midnight assassin, j j jai I agitated than ever,

MUtf l.:. tel where he stopped he was u r 6Lac I I hear there is an attachment existing' between 11 to ladle up the coup. The hunter and graduate >d ho-gracious Heaven 1 'a xncrco For at I J I 'By heavens!I1' he exclaimed, 'it'. faside my '

It "tyMH+ wfeqwere desirous pnrchafdng,tohring .you. and my- dautrhtcr.- ,. Report yourself r like a were surmised,and gazed with blank' countenances !I that moment a tall, fierce looking black, approached dra\1' J'8. It. UJi\"c, ] I feel it! quick, give me thei i ij .. ,'

Jjt.tehorgeii i that they might trade. But this man is it sot' 1 I at the quici- proCVh' without saying a I! the bed ; and never were Othello andj,j knh"e.again!t'. Another indssioa ,wis made-ia

lM r4ito do. Why,' said they do you not 'It is, sir,' replied Samuel manfully 5 hut allow word, or changing a featuer diligently plied his f i I Desdcmona. more naturally represented< ,-.0::' j at that: i went the gentleman's band once more-and, !lot r

l"MI.iel themT ''Yes:'he replied, 'I want to me to RaY, sir, I will never'marry' her without shell, and in a short timo every pea had vanity last particular scene of the immortal bard's con. ;! out came Aw ulff,todjngl. r t

-" i" P** ht Bot to-day--t.o-4a1 JI Sunday, and your consent' ;1 cd. I ceplion, I was now all suspense; my heart swelled : j How the Ftockhig ever got there we e"UI1.'L-

J I %*| tfaid horses on Sunday. 'What do Keep her affections,and not marry-hey, boy., The.whole operation was carried on pith tho |I I: into my throat almost, to snfiercatioii, my Lie to wiy; butthere It certainly was_ ; and such

j ,.ilan4Jarfittrtda Yt' was their Inquiry<< accom- -do understand you!' Hobric with which he would have reduced an :,I. eyes to cracking as I1 made: a bound into the a laugh 'as followed we have not heard 'for manya

.'.......! trcof mingled Loom and astonish r 'The affecUonaTare ber,own, sir. I will use, equation, while the hunter; and student looked room. day. PUT friend, we know has told the joke V

..YSi. '.wuhi rep1y.11aIlDnu; no improper means to retaln'them, Mr., Bos well ,confusedly at each other, without uttering a I I i The black villain had ruthlessly dragged par t himself, and must pardon us for' doing fIO.=" 1

$fy did, sad J will not trade horses? on -but perhaps you arc' too late in pushing& these word of expostulation; The joke Was so good of the covering off the bed when tho sound oI(my.. Though this t about a stocking; wo assure our i

.. ..19,. All eotreaUJMi were rain; h\ could not inquiries. that the conspirators were compelled! to laugh ; foot caused him to turn. He started, aud thus readers it ire i npt a yarn.-New Oilcans:j? e.

I i to *&' & hit horses on that day.prayers *pig you scapegrace!l' replied Boswcll, and the old hunter, an he lickel: his empty spoon, confronted, we stood gazing on each other a few "

+Yrot S6th. and example were half indignant, and half'playful! 'you always will 1 confessed for once he had been o'1hrlttcd.-Life seconds; his eyes shot fire fury was depicted Gold! is the god,the wife} the friend and thjmoneymonger

j If"., 1OBt, have the last word' in the Weedt, on his countenance. He made a spring toward i "' of the world.

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acknowledge receipt
} .. ) Industrial School, : I To be Hauled.II -I wont give it. EirW E ENCE, ; ,
There is a fearful accumulation of work, for J?-Well, if you don't somebody else: will. number, volume 2nd, of Arthur' Home Magazine NEW Your JuI,13, 1&3. .

01I 1 the, hangman to perform, in the coming two As old farmer P....- 'Was working away, sure Persons wishing to sub rlbeJo this Magazine My DEAR Sm:....The inauguration of the Crji-

Into an institution for pomoting industry sand months, as will be s ten,,by the following cata- enough a stranger did come along, who the-asked following the will address T, S. ART.Bfa"& Co PhiladeU tal Palace came off in very excellent style yester

difiWitingl.owlalge, At, the bookstore of W. ),1. logueWilliam "ff following questions, and received phial day. The day was a very fine one andwith the
Morrison & Oat comer of Pennsylvania! i ,, avenue Eating for the murder of two chi answers. i'StrangerGood'morning v .,.. exception of a shower which somewhat
.n4} Four-and a-half street, Washington, D. C., dren named O'Drlen who was sentenced to be sir, 5P"The Georgia Citizen office is offered for dampened
f Architectural Cabinets,''prepared, under the ditrcctionof executed oft the 28th of June last, stands respi farmer.- )KA post the great procession, nothing occurred to mar the ,
I Jovial; Ifolbrook, by jurcmlp industry, ted at Hackensack, NewJersy, until the 31st .-..-How far is i it dqwn to the. corner- ?. sale:-tho reason assigned being, that the Editor expectations of the day. ;
connected with 'S hool of In Inst. when he will probably be hung. F.-Up to that knot. is 'Vllsgustcd with politics If not sold soon,
;jdcill, an.d ncien.ce, % how far is it The grand civic reception of the President took
dutttry1 at the heart of ournation.. Whey show Capio and Emmons, convicted in Philadelphia &-You don't understand me- : Dr. :: SCREWS desires a partner, who possesses at Castle.Garden where the President,
I the materials of our national pnbUc-bal ngs-? for thejn urder'or Christopher Jooban will pay down to the corner! both pecuniary and editorial ability.T1.r place arrived '
.building materials in all countries and ages the the penalty of their c /roe on the Cth of AugustMargaret F.-Five dollars. ., --- about ten o'clock:amidst the roaring;of welcoming
great geological formations of our earth, and the Butler, who was found guilty at CuU &:-.You'old scamp I I have' a good" mina. to' v Klrtlaiid f be Preacher.: salutes from a thousand brazen tonnesl a,

foundation ,of agriculture, architecture and all peper, Virginia, of assisting Jim Philips to murder give you a whipping. the Cincinnati lIe was welcomed to the city by the .
i else will.CITY. LOUISVILLE July 18.-Mr, Kirtland, Mayor and t.
industrial pursuit Theo Wultum in Parto lIr.'Gaines, to be executed on August 12th. J!.::-Well, If you don't somebody Catholic
I Preacher against tho Roman in of 20 minutes
replied a speech
houseihold James McGuire who murdered. Mr. J W or so very ban.
: |nstrun>ent4 qf instruction are interesting ,
is forth here Bishop Spaulding
1 for Holland sentenced at to be Church holding pily and gracefully delivered.. A review of the
''I utensils, and much used as ornaments was Syracuse, hung. THE ANCIENT I publishes a request that his people will keep away
mintel. pieces and centre-tables. on the 17th August from the meeting and the Yayor'hns forbidden military upon the Battery followed on horseback
Their price, (fifty( cent,) with their wide;reach John Hendrickson, at Albany, iff be executedon Kirtland to preach., An :entire division of citizens soldiers were drawn

pf instruction, renders them a highly appropriate the 28th 0 August( 'for' the murder of his ... 1. and their
up appearance satisfactorily indicated
Rallying Point' for industrial education wife. '
through our country, and all countries Fami Robert Robertson will be hung at Alexandria, Forthe Ancient City.GAMBLING. that the corps of'reserve to be found in the vole '

lies or schools possessing them are at once aided Ky., On the 8d September next for the murder untccr organised troops\f* the various cities and .:.!
in making collections few thel1\lelre.i..M in en of Moses Guard Die EDITOROf all the vices known, at this, towns of the county might be dcpendedggpoo ''
i ring \ of 'Family and National Besides these; there are a number. of criminals asa
upon system not over virtuous period of the world ; there arc and efficient .
.Reciprocations,1 for extending and diffusing in some of the Eastern States, who have been powerful military organisation incase
ftcience, kind feelings, and general improvement convicted of capital Offences, but tho laws .require few, if any,_ more to be abhorred, than that ofgambling of need.

without limit The plan, carried out, would I that they shall remain in prison one year __..N....--....----------....1Wnnn..nne ; and yet, truth to speak; there is none, The grand procession then took np its line, of :f

give to ettry family in the world a valuable depository before fixing the day for.. their execution. EQUALITY or FEDERAL RIOIITS AND DETERMINED so common,unless itbe, its almost invariable con- march to the Crystal Palace. The array of tom,, .
of science and art i jh from'the start .. .
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comitant and further debasing habit Inebriety:
TO ALL WI1O THEM. and civic societies
RESISTANCE OPPOSE tary was very splendid. Aa
;and constantly growing richer, each enlarged byof Velvet Belll u. 'Io.
fil the i fording toiolUjejbtesfcag *'iEvcryi time the. golden''' gates of new week k Gaming, is not to be deprecated alone_ because immense number of spectators lined the side '

'I( 'of reoejvfng.'and the still greater oP'ri".ana usher In a;f! sh'bowl Sunday, many, ST. AUQUSIINEi of its drawing its votaries from more honorable walks from the Battery to the Crystal Palaes V:

.leAsing or gSving-rA Qkrittlarldoct fin*realized." 1. a loan who has his thousands and his coach and '8atardas; fUlpj $u 3. .w And ,useful. pursuits! ; for however_ much and dcnsel t packed while every window and

"With provisions: tor'turnt&hing these 'First two, repairs to the fashionable church. Enteringthe earnestly it isto be deplored on that account, ."'top seemed filicd.a ':"et.M1t. "*
Lessqns1 of practical science in any numbers, sanctuary with an air of reverence, he treads I" "
intjoh progress made in preparing,by the same die soft carpet of the aisle to his pew, scats him JSgr KARINE INTELLIGENCE. J F] that, is but the.beginning of its evil tendency ; it I lie buildings were decorated with;flogs node ti

J tavenile industryis\.skilland, Hcience'Cabmets of Ag. self upon the velvet cushion,opens the gilt-edged, CLEANED on the 26th inst., "before sunrise"from brings, in its train, far more fearful consequences, i .

pulriturc and Mecnanism'of an extended character, morocco-bound hymn-boolt, and goes throughthe St, Augustine harbor, the sloop 11. A. Put. In its' blighting"and destructive effects upon-the ; The procession arrived at the ,Palace at half!
those to be followed by others still in advance, entire service to the inward satisfaction of TV S. DONALDSON "Commander crew 4t silences the
nam, nobler attributes of man's nature past two. That building had been filling; np from
then others. himself and admiration. of all. How majestically '
The principle design y of this arrangement ho walks out as soon as the last prayer on'board,;--place of destination.. not known finer impulses of the heart and wholly deadens an early hour and an immense throng; had gaife*

throughout is V3clf Education,' aiming atevery has been uttered! As voluminous notes of the ,, DROWNED. tile moral perceptions-In a word ; (to use the ered within as well as without its wall,.

point to aid those participating in it advance organ swell upon his ear, his heart throbs of pride, A COLOBRD boy nlLmC\ Frederick about 14 i expressive language of the Poet,) I4it hardens a A large number of dignitaries, Governors,Legis -, j,
thtmtdtu In scince, art, and generous, patriotic and he mentally ejaculate., "what a goqd man am its havoc in .
.within and petrifies the feelings i" tors and Commissioners the Platforms 1
gontimcntA: Every movement made or c'ntem. II"! yeArs of age belonging to Mrs. FAXSV WILLIAMS eret.ited
plated at the heart of the nation in this affair, is Ail this while-it is a bitter coM'dlyln- wins of this city, was drowned at Palatka, while bathing the domestic relations oMifb, cannot be truly estimated in the North nave, Florida was represented 't

designed especially to render more vigorous and ter, remember-the'driver of his coach and two on Sunday last! t -the world can never know, the thou- by four of her commissioners .who were at ti*:"

healthful, intellectual, moral, and patriotic puts has been busily employed at the church door lu .+r sands of fond wives and doating mothers, that time in the city.
nations this and all countries. self anq illnatured FATAL ACCIDENT. '
through flagellation
country numerous,
its baneful influence have been hurried' Prcsilcntvas welcomed in ,
The address
The case hero presented is very simple. A a the carriage floor, in order to keep up the circulatIon A COLORED boy belonging to the Estate of the through an oT "

i individual/d''s oi**, pays fifty cents for a scl. of his blood. There he must wait, and late Dr. ERCSIT,accidentally shot himself on Tues broken hearted to untimely graves. no very great length by the President of the Association '.

c FnU c instrument prepared by the young handsat wait, thinking the sermon Is very long, and wishing week while out The We know, that those who have contracted the to which he replied very brlc l. B>
the heart of nation, The value of this in- he might enter the precincts of the temple-if day hunting squirrels. habit and thirst, for this pattttme as they complacently seemed rather jaded from the long mornings efforts .
; ptrumcnt is mutt be,'many times Its cost. Adi pnly to warm his feet. lie cannot help thinking charge entered his mouth, and there was no appearance
t it its justification, by and retired from the inn "
led to the immediate value to the<:purchaserfwcncquragcment : -rfbr the red-nosed, half frozen inanimato has a of's wound, excepting one of his front phrase ; essay building, short
to juvenile enterprise, Industry mind-that his master has precious little religion, teeth being knocked out the assumption, that the propensity_ is at_the time his departure being cheered by the sbouill... jI

I and skill, for establishing an institution fort I and less kindness. Soon he is inclined to believe --r- 1 worst, but a spirit of cnterpnzc ; and therefore, of tens of thousand The impression made by this |

: PjUCTfCAt SCJKNCB, PRODUCTIVE IsnUSTBT, AJfDCKSOTUN he has none of either. Finally, by a logical deduction COM TUTTED TO JAIL. hardly) merits reproach ; but this position, is a personal Appearance seemed favorable ia ail
I M01l4101.I' The Institution thus established he arrives at the conclusion that he has '
York State
A named THOMPSON of New ,
MAN unsound and one. nef '
wholly was unanimously pronounced a
I at this grand. concentrating and radia'Hif.J something worse than either-lie has hypocrisy, quarters ;
; point of light, for QUrcountry and the world, pride, cruelty, and hcarticssness-and the driver was committ to the jail of this County, charged If the gamester, might, with truth, 'lay this fine looking fellow ; /1

trill end especially' promote industrial; and of stamps unusually hard, perhaps as much to give with the crime of killing a negro by shooting, be. flattering unction, to his soul;" there could scarce I was prepared to bo disappointed in the Palace :

course moral education, tithe extent of its pow vent to his indignation, as to drive the frost out longing Mr..STARKE of Spring Garden, Orange i be named, a method of acquiring money, nojnat- but was pleasurably so. IU architectural

I&c individual, thus Institution participating in the he of his boots. Without endorsing the sweeping Count THOMSON was acting as Mr. STARKE'S tcr how wide from the line of rectitude and hon.. i effect is very fine and the more it is examined,
of such central will
pperations a denunciations, we must say that it does_not look
in the direct way of receiving its benefits; also in exactly Christian: and it is a sight wo behold overseer. ..... est exertion, that may not bo justified uPon the the more beautiful U appears. The building it;:

pxtending wider and still wider its benefits. to every Sunday; Perhaps it is a necessary evil PARSON IIASTINGS. same plea. The thief the pick-pockct-the self is complete, but more probably not more

all classes in all countries. and perhaps ,. Perhaps the driver wants to WE copy the following from the Honda Mirror highway robber and the pirate ; may safely take than one half of the articles intended for exhibition
The most convenient for uniting in and not. all'
agencies worship God himself perhaps At
of 22nd inst. Our opinion does not differ shelter from odium to their callings behind tills are as yet opened. Bdt there: was enough to b&
and of
rally it looks .rhhose,
a common a system reciprocations events, very BinguJAr"" twenty or
fqr the promotion of science and general,improve- thirty carriages in a row before the church every from that of tho editor of tho Mirror There is bulwark-lbr't will not be dented that theirs=, seen to give one lug

{ncnt are schools. By the combined 'efforts of Sunday. It speaks to us of I velvet, religion.- no individual to our knowledge that has ever visited .. (however infamous;) are according to such acceptation character of the exhibition. ''

pchools in any Tillage or neighborhood, all thefamilies family Fi'itrul. St Augustine as a stranger who has endeavored of the term, lives of enterprize; but Considered as a private enterprise got up and
connected them bo furnished
i With the! "OABI. ETS with" named at, may a reduced price, The 4.Wife. { to inlrudo on the public, more than- this--religious where is the individual., who values a good- name carried through by a few gentlemen of this city

with increased benefits. One Hundred cases are It needs no guilt to break a 'husband's heart; functionary, as he styled him.clt11en that will venture speech in their commendation it is a very creditable affair and I am not dupes-

sent to one order and direction for'thirty dollars. the absence of content, the mutterings of spleen. in this city, he was notorious for sneaking intoother's it will be difficult to find such an one!-:
Jjach.caflB contains nine specimens,so labelled, as The untidy,dress and cheerless' home, the forbidding premises, searching and examining their hy'aJust estimation, theirs arp 'In some respects t undervalue any and every thing that does DOt:
to..designate tine buildings which .thep'mpose. scowl and deserted hearth-these, andotiier We know of instance here order than that of the*
cbara namele"sa without crime private property. ., an afar higher .or enterprize, outstrip the. rest of the world. In a month 1
neglects, a
tOr f C5CT1lWTr5- them, have lurowool to lho qnlclc the liearf among that whilst a family was at hrcakfast,,bj; was dis real gambler; for while the latter, depends for the exhibition will be very attractive and

the elements,' characters, and uses, of all. the core of many a man, and planted there beyondthe covered in the kitchen examining its contents success, upon his adroitness in 'manoeuvres, to continue to draw an immense number of

principal rocks composing globe. The weight j reach of cure, the germ of dark despair. Oh! when the owner collared ,him aDd turned him circumvent and overreach his victtims; which involve tors. TUTOR....
pf a case is about half.a pound, or fifty pound to woman, before the sight arrives, dwell on .. .
i may out of doors. We further predicted that from little or no personal hazard to hhn:-the
the hundred. the recollections of her and cherish the
youth The
\YjMlMorwsQn.&Co..bookRcllors( nshing- '<1
$ton D. C., will supply orders for these cabinets keep alive the promise she so kindly gave. And Agent daring,that arc attended Uylimincnt: perils ;-for The BuiCtlo papers: contain thrilling acco tnt

from any part of |the country, or 'from other I though she may be injured, not the injuring one in addition to the danger of death, while in the of the late accident at Niagara Fall, by which ,

countries, by express or otherwise, as directed. the forgotten not the forgetting wife-a happy From the Florida. Mirror.: commission of their crimes is to be taken into three lives wore lost Avery, the young ma
trbeya1; have books$ prints, and manuscripts, allusion the hour of lCtCefullovckindly Par-sing Ilastinm, and hit Travelsin ; who clung with desperation to an upright kg-
pf curioqs antiquity, imported from England and welcome to a comfortable home-a smile of love South Florida, I account, that. of capture and the consequent ig- '"
!rlcscwherc.. in large request by visitors to our to banish hostile words a. kiss of peace to,par We see going the rounds of the papers what nominous penalty, of the halter--
National Metropolis, from different States and don all the past, and the hardest heart that ever pretends to bo a diary of a traveler from Tampato which the boldest shuffler of "Paste Boards," on Tuesday evening, was only 20 years ofagr,

pountrics.t3T" locked it.aelrT1 'n the breast of sulfish man, will St Augustine, which owes its authorship to a would shrink with fear and trembling and from and, to add to the painful interest of the frightful 1
Members of the last and next Congress, soften to her charms, and bid:her live as she had Parsonllastings, envoy extraordinary to the scene, his distracted father was one of the throng ..
all having the franking priviledge, and others receiving lived, her years of matchless bliss, loved, loving, Pope of Roqw, 1 if Hotel Registers can bo relied which as well as from all other adequate punishment of which lined the shores a.1
his sheet. ,are requested to show or send and content-the 'source of comfort, and the he isin hU less gallant mode of spoliation, spectators during 1

I' jt to[teachers, trustees, superintendents, or other spring of joy-CAan ri Journal, on.We advocate the simple truth-it is our tails- unrighteously exempt For myself I say If I day .on Tuesday Burin the day hundreds left "
II hoof 1 inctigafnts find it convent-- H' consider the truth anMtshfd Buf&lo by the Railroad trains but their arri. ..
as they may man-but we no must be robbed, let,it not be, by the secret midnight on
I -Remarkable Eye.0' better than a lit, and the preacher who dccend-- val at the Fall; wore unable to render the unfortunate
1. I but rather the assail-
J lf;38. Harvard College founded at Cambridge. ed to a perversion of facts, no.better than the father prowler, by noonday assistance I /
i "Whale Fishery. 1630. First Printing Press in merican Colonies. of liars. If the writer had complained that eat, who openly shows his purpose. and gives man any and were compelled

This business In thp United States appears 1G95.: Rice first cultivated IQ S. Carolina. the Italy of the Western Continent was yet aK me, a chance of defence ana incurs to himself; : to look on with painful suspense until their

oar; tQ) he confined in its enterprises to four 1704, The first American Newspaper published, most in a state of nature-thai here, not many the risk of defeat and possible loss of lif.It maybe worst fears were realized, and the fierce element
i fitatcs, and of these Masaachusctta far overbalances 1710, First Postoflfce in America, at New York. years ago, 'the wild fox dug his hole unscared, whirled its poor victim beneath its boiling current
and with fairness I admit that
alt the rest in her.ahare, Of the whole urged some ,
1719. First Philadelphia Newspaper bUshed. and the rank thistle nodded in the wmd'thaton I
number pf&hjpa employed in the whale fishery, 1720. Tea first used in New England.\ the Hillsborough, answering to the Tiber was my remarks are, in their extermest sense,properly The Buffalo Cbmnxccial has the following I

jn the year >\JB33 not less than 469 were owned 1725. First New York Newspaper public cd. no seven-hilled city-no great St PetersnoPope applicable, to those only ; who are Oainblert additional particulars! : ,

in Massachusetts, Connecticut owning 74, New 1733. First Freemason's Lodge in America of Rome-no lulU, save such as herded on but while I make the admission Our informant tells ui that Aver was in a
York 38, and Rhode Island 28. Formerly, Wit- 1704. First Medical School in American Colo- the grassy savannahs, and himself the only au by occupation; part of the rapids where the rocks rise nearly to I
iggtoq Del., was engaged in the business to a \ I would ask, how many, who have adopted that
nies. we would never have. complained of a misrepresentation the Surface of the water. A log cf wood, apparently -
limited' extent but the tendency of commerce to _1774._ _._ Boston__ streets_ __ __ first_ lighted_ with_ __ krnns. \ of f facts. ignoble calling, ever dreamt, (when they were wedged tightly between the rocks and
pon.fccntra.tiQn\ has carried the tishiug enterprise 1781. First American bank was instituted. ,But with a littlo truth he mixes much that is first induced, to commence the dangerous amuse- crossed by another,still higher out of the water,

: mostly to Massachusetts, particularly to New 1783. }'irit.AJnerican 74 gQn ship built, false, to the detriment and slander of our country ment of card playing for money,)'of such a result was his resting place. Here he remained, half
jl Bedford, which city had in I January last, no less 1781. First Bishop in the U. S. con ecrateO. ambits' worthy citizens, See how a plain tale clinging to and half perching upon the log, from
i than :307 ships and harks' engaged in the whale. 1784, First American! voyage to China. will put him dow .' Though at Tampa they ? not OM probably of the many who which he would occasionally slip down and walk

fishery.' 'Fear some yeara put the whole tendency 1790. First Oath. Bishop, in the U. S. consecra boas no palaces, their dwellings are commodious have been drawn into .this moral mealstroom, and a little on the rocks which were only a short'distance

'pf the' trade seems to have }been to centralize. ted. and comfortable, and what, with tire finest fish thus lost to themselves, their friends and society, under the water,

fn New Bedford, that place having become theSr'eht 1790. First Census of tho'U. S. taken. and ovsters; ,in the world, and bullocks so fat they but would have shrank, with horror, from the A few feet in advance was a small fall of about
oil'market of the United States All other 1791. First Quarto Bible printed in the U. S. lard the lea \earth as they walk along, the command four or five feet, and here and on each aide of
whiling ?orts seem, to s.tfcr a.diminution of their 1791. U. S. Mint established in Philadelphia. of the New York and New Orleans market, indulgence, could-such a frightful consequence, him the waters rushed wildly on at a speed of.

: pgr riesj copsequcnco, nhila New Bedford accumulates 1790. First Turnpike Corporation in !t(ass. Key West and\<< Cuba, they live like 'fighting have been foretold.'and realized-let no; one say about forty miles an hour. About. o'clock in

/ capital increases her fleet augments 1804. Middlesex first large canal, complete coc a,' We have enjoyed their hospitality, and to himself when about to engage in it, in the I the afternoon, a raft was constructed, formed ef
I her importance in the eyes of the purchasers of 1807, Steamboats first used on ,the Hudson, speak that which we know. His first stopping pride and self-sufficiency of his heart "thus f.rI I crossed timbers, strongly fastened in sqoari
pilI and continually extends her er\ rprises.- 1808. First Theological Seminary in the U. S. place, after leaving Tampa, was with a worthy form,'hogshead being placed in tbb centre.
'will I and
a/curious innovation has been introduced no further the fascination when
Latterly 1811. First Steamboat on the Mississippi. citizen of substance, Capt ,Bradley. 7t ia true go ; The raft was strongly secured with; ropes ao]
{ato the whaling business* the result of which is 184&. First Electric Telegraph. for .conveyingnews. he had just settled there-but a few weeks after once felt, becomes irresistible-like other evil each side and was floated down to the rocks ;

yet ships to do be not seen return, :By this Home new with arrangement'their cargoes whale of -' ... + .. the hegira of this wonderful prophet, we happened practices; to be entirely harmless,, it must he on which Avery was stationed* Asitapproi

pile/but deposit them at Honolulu,or, some other Hints to Farmers. ed fine Capt. Bradjoy's to dinner. On his table wholly shunn'd; and to the rising generationthe ed the spot where he stood, the rope got fast
was a gobbler, sweet venison and immovable. Art
sweeter the rocks and the raft became
island port of the :Pacific where it la taken up as Tomatoes make excellent preserves. beef, and butter fresh from the churn that uninnitiated therefore, do, \\ most particularly then appeared tomuateratrength,coarav. _,

frelgbtbY80me, of the homeward India China This bitter class
pig, or clippers. grains of camphor, and many other viands tempting to the taste.- of heart as they would escape shame to rocks to the place where the rope bad caught and
has of late become and
of vessels so numerous, Pears are generally improved by grafting onmountain At the next place we hear from him lives the
such greatly increased capacity, that1 homeward ash. Maj. "touch not I" for if once the deleterious habit'beformed labored.long and hard to disengage it from
1 I Ighta are much in demand at very low rates. Turnips of small size have double the nutritious well Frierson as a gentleman gentleman in of property' who lives as nothing short of a miracle,.can prevent rocks. After some time he succeeded, and then
old the ci
i any any country, or1 renewed hope
new. with
-, inspired by
istho whale ship now is enabled to refit en- that have. energy,
large ones their
being, and
At the utterly I
next hearing through the hretreivably can-
until w
of the
[ at; Honolulu with all that she requires for courtesy a rescue,he pulled manfully at rope
y and c.thter"er \in are kept from grain bya
brother minister though of a different not perhapa more suitably dose this monition the current
persuasion succeeded in the raft
use, to comeback there with her, cargo of oil and sprinkle of garlio when packing the shelves.Sulphur ; bringing
bone, deposit. it, take in fresh ,stores, and sally U i valuable in'preserving grapes, 4c., Judge Knight and of the Desoto, he enjoyed of a private than by introducing the following language of the. towards his fearful resting place. !
(crib. In'this view of the trade it may.bof from insects. conveyance We hospitality a brother- gifted author of "Night Thoughts." Avery now got on. the raft, makin him**
dined at Judge Knight's and know'hespares had baca
1 > 4oespoiworthjr! of inquiry whether our'deal- Cold bathing, pure water, plain diet; a clear no pains to fill his table with, all the "The' love of ffiming.js, the wont of illi; fast thereto by mean of ropes which the
I ersiq ollh ve 'not alit opportunity of purchasing conscience, and a clean shirt, are indispensable coun placed there for that purpose, and those eo)
( their supplies 6n advantageouseraa at Honrfulu to health and happiness try can' afford. It is true his home is a qo* / With cea eleu storms the bUckn'd soul it fill*- coi nyencod drawing it towards the altars.It .-

,;and bringing hither In some of our own irA in. but 'the string of'the latch always hanetout' laveigb'a at Heaven ; negleejs the ties of blood; had a ed within tAlrtyfut or one d'

OaUfornia I clippers, instead of buying; it entirely Random Dialogue with the He reflection may console that himself under this slander Drstroyi the power and will, of doing good j the small Wands,, toward which fta coarse W1
j4 New Bedford. In the town of N-j in New Hampshire lived{ appreciate the word of the world knows how to Kills\ health-pawns honor-plungr m disgrace, directed when suddenly it became stationary a
aid farmer P the misfortune to be ungrateful and so of And whit U till I the midst of the rapids, the ropes having sgaa
the rest As to the coffee more dreadful--apoilahet face
fallt1.1t bat Five vcry'deat: On his farm, and close by the road, which he complains caught in the rocks. .
i'ke its a' Gallon. there rtood a very large tree, and some thirty 'a spoonful a dose for.an adult,' we take occasion MEXTOR.x All endeavors to move it were found to be
lbLoigWootL: feet from the ground, on this tree was a largo to say that if any body knows how to pre x vain, and much fair was entertained that 4* .
pare a genuine article i it is the Cow Boys' of Sam Pate Come Again. and occasion -
rboil hour knot strain the break them
}* QaUan soft one then+ FIo ds.. He the upon ropes
fdd ;; As farmer P,was passing by one day he caps with climax of-his tissue of misrepresentations A couple of gentlemen were walking quitely the poor fellow';: loss. Various sofig"
24 {QraiosBychroinateofPoUsh, thought, he would cut it down to make mill past driver a laughable account of the across the wire bridge yesterday evening, and tions were now Tcfunjeered,&d several atte 3J
!12 Grains Prustateof Potash.: '. He had been at work a* short time, when he and getting up in the night to light his when about the middle, one of them,stripped him- were made toreachhjm. man w

JtdJ a few minutes while over the fire-take thought some stranger would come along and ask : pipe atage.drimwoo coming is back to bed to smoke. The self of all his clothes, except pantaloons and a boat &far 83 he-dared t a:

p ;-ad when .Wed.train it. him the following questions, and he would make : in this his b Lwide a man of veracity, states that Jumped offinto the river, a distance of about him ifh*w" C rope r hi
r Ink, a bright jet black.at. first, flowsbeautifully the following answers: ..wi.' of his of the mark as in the balance 130 feet Be await to the shore and came up and trust &\by .
from, the pen, and, so indelible, that Stranger.Vftoi is'that' tree for? li gh ten diary his ;. lie to smoke ac1Q owledgea be got up and uninjured,except flat he was very fatigued. The The poor t fenow.howeter. shook his head **
,ftD'oxalic acid will not remove it from paper. fbrmer.-A mill postlgHow be pipe but with the first whiff gentleman declined to give his name. but we pondmriy, as he, felt that he.had
e NO other Ink wiD island the tut of oxalic acid. long are you going to cut it J stuffed e&me'1II broadcloth near smothering little peace ot understand that he is employed: in the manufacturing strength t. nng to make h :
h ii is equally indelible on cloth. Buy your ingreli -F.-Up to that knot deal won as Charley did the baby. Oh works. This is certainly a capital way to care t a eo At length a bo4 was .1.lC
i snta oy-the moderate quantity, and it will cost 5-How much'do yoa ask for it t and let the audience somebody pass him round on Vplate, cool of this ;warm weather, but most persons -a which h2 I Cfom
F-Fivo dollars. see for themselves, this little would prefer shorter SaA itte b av A
i q about five cents a gallon o? amuwl like jump.- Whig, and Seeio
J ,just a mule
,only more so July G.
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That S'h we are in the receipt of tevci&l
.. tba boat approached I' an entrance skel Into is i the key hi'Jlicb many gain Commonwealth of t. Aagustinc : communications tl.e! subject, from medical nlt'P., WATER-CUI123: INSTl'I'UTE.71111edgcv' .

;,A thru ran through the crowd-the That our prisons and almshouscs. Frcth arrival, at 1M' i which serve to show that Mr* Wolfe Aromatic Ga.DR. .

... jfctagry -wTe--4t struck the raft cannot Brandy ,tho'noses of all those who. 'EitIT.1BLE'dCIIEAP CASH STORE( : Schiedam Schnapps is very extensively in uSe, nod

..y cfinrrfcag forth from the shores for ThaUvine govern their appetites. ; TilE subscriber has the aatifacion 10.the hands of physicians, ia proving itself 19 n E. G. DOYLE .
r *t gt he .....I&ved-whco 8uddenh cause many JQ'take, a winding way friends to inform his stimulating diuretic to be eminrrfily. successful after pleasure ia
bent e. I ; that by the last trip of the Carolina, lie TAKES announcing to Invalids and ,
.. been raised was dcsjga received medication with this intent had been tried in ue
! T hat extensive additions to his stock generally that the above popularand .
I ;!.\',co fusion followed the toll[. punches.Punch, is_ the cause of many unfriendly and ia now prepared to supply them with previous va- Tain. Inane of the cases thus repo-ted,abdominal superiorly appointed( establishment, formerly .

\ ?j0 A* next the victim was seen in the That < tizzy of article.111 the Fancy and Dry Goods every line ; dropsy has beep cured and the necessity of tapping conducted by.J'. .UU.ET\f t'ortx,1\1.D.4s now rea*
! '40 vatera separated from his frail sup- Ale causes many ailing, while Beer bi ings including a full and complete assortment,of Heady averted ; and in another cJiitte&iingclEt{ ot gravel, dy for the woepiion of Patients seeking a restoration t' .
,....Ting for(life. many to the bier. made Cletking; sailed to the climate and lSon.- so called has berg entirely removed by the passageof health. All chronic affections the human "

gpittt4t or two the poor fellow, striking :That Cluuupaigne is the source of many real Ladies. Dilates and children's shoes and fine and to a the calculus ol considerable size which is ascribed urganiamaucceaafailytreoted at this Institute. '
pun. light Boots and shoes for use of only two bottles of ibis article. Dyspepsia, Gout/ Bhcmnatisna I '
', ..rUt strongly toward the island, genllemeu's use and a W- know the Constipation, ",
.,echoed from shore to shore that he That Gin sting have "slewed" more than the sttnngerbutgepteel quality, for lads wear. He haiiUoi his not object of Mr Walfe a.. designating Hemorrhoids, or Piles, Hemorrhages, Amcnorrh- "

saved. But soon the fact became a'.inxs of old. choice lot of crockery and glass ware, likesaddlery of"'preparation dchnsrps; by the of his singularly uueilphouioiuname oua, Djsjuenorrhoca, Fluor Albus, Gental displa- ,,
receded from That the reputation of cock tails is net feather wise of a superior quality: as well nor denoniinatioeit cements.; Affections of the
._ be : the shore--his in a as a ndverifcement the ''concentrated Tincture of Eyes and Ears, Totter, '
any man's cap. good smpply of cutlery. Juniper Erysipelas,-and all the diseases: i
mn evidently fatting. Gradually he instead of perpetuating its ancient tittle of the Skin and
yuck into the fiercest part of the ,I 'flat the money spend for Port supped by port- dented The above goods aud have been selected by expe land Gin. It H true that lie admits. it to be nothing oflloj, Scalp, Scrofula, Imps, Syphilis- and the Hu

at first then more rapidly curly many a poor family nominal agents advance will be di po.ed of, at a mere else than the latter article in its pure state, unaduherated moral diseases generally, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Tic
.. .. upon costs and charges as he is 1
id ; noxious Doulourettx Uystcria
more swifUyho approached the bound and determined by1 drug: and hence he contradistinguishes Epilopsy.or tlie filling:
Htffetal precipice-the waters had him ker Turlxr.-'Vhcn Tom Weston, a famous drin one..' not to be undersold, by any is from Gin of commerce, neatly nil of which.as sickness, Yirtigo, Para1Ybi Apoplectic tcndcn- j'

.C\4iJputid a-kWn, and madly they I, applied to a surgeon, under a strong sm P i- He takes this occasion to announce to his juvenile is well known. Is manufactured here and rise- cy, Asthma, UI-onchitis, Chronic luiiulimuiai ut ,

yap op. to death, as though enraged atefi'oits the his habit of body being dropsical, he was friends, that life promised snpplv of Candy,. Nut where from inferior whisky and refuse drugs. The the stomach and Bowels Atrophy, and indeed%
to escape their fury: on occasion accompanied by foote. On examining and JRatini Jail come to hand nod he invites them to name hehas, given it,I owever,may serve the purpose every possible Type of chronic dcscased action
,' the patient, the surgeon: pronounced him call of designating his article as prepared exclusively for that is curable, and all di86alti curable
i:, f came over tho spectators to have and partake freely ; "without money and with medical are ifn<* ,
n _. eft the brink of the precipice the much water lodged" Mil belly, and that out price..u for pU1plIIa, and flue commend it {to physician organic lei)1IlJe present '
it whose
would be convenience it
Acionot sale
to u ou only by reputable
ttaat 1IpI1IDg uQ from the walera-cear[ necessary tap MATHIAS R. ANDREU. druggists and The Ladles Department is under the
"It apothecaries.
: cannot be water that occasions the swel Corner of S,. George and Picolata' immediate
tvr&ce himself of
raising streets, supervision that
upright opposite As accomplished
as a specls its medicinal and eff"Clswe :: Lady
ling said curative
triifc Us arms flung wildly aloft,and witb "Weston ; "it may be wine." alunumrot, Square. understand hi.n to claim Mrs. Jane iliriUnws) veil known verbs old Patrons .
"No rcpHe4;; only that: it is a uud
no, Foot "if pure of
brkk that loudly above it 'had been wine July 23,1853. the Establishment.
p rang .the mock- reliable article of Holland Gin, nod ns'such
Tom worthy
,.you would lopg before this have tapped it The facilities; ,which ibis Institution for
die cataract, fallback again into the of the confidence of phyafcians. in those diseases fur offers the
wareo, and was hurried over the brow yourself PICOLATA FERRY. which they are wont to prescribe it, and have hitherto prosecution of a strictly Hydropathic and Hygenia
prai, I .. D J. DURRENCE the proprietor of this only been restrained by finding it impracticable to course of tr a'lU'n'.loether! with its easinetsof access '

.web was made fast to the log, and shall When) flourish God formed the, rose he said] 'Thou ferry, has procured ah entire new set of obtain the article lira. pure state. Nor should any I Slates truer, rendfis nil points it: iu irorgia nn-l the adjoining'
and spread thy perfume. When be Boats and prejudice against alcoholic iriedicine peculiarly adapted to ill.,8n's or
*tH) swaying to and fro in the cure constantly keeps a sufficient number of deprive the Invalids desirous of
-" bodies been found commanded+ the sun to emtrgo from chaos, be ad 'hands io pars travellers of i. afflicted oldie benefit of ibis article,which from time availing themselves of the effi
., haje' and every description across of the AV
ded: Thou shalt,nlrhtenand warm the wSrld.' the St. Solms River without delay.-. '_ immemoral has held its place among the remedial eacy ter and ATM CV E. The purify of the: wa .

... When he gave lift' to the lark he enjoined upon Tlf] road from,SL AnswUoe.tQ! !NewnanjviUe b agencies of the Materia.Medica<< : : (if!ft, be found worthy known-to accommodations need for Gueiitsnro too well \ '

9e tli of an Editor. it to soar and sins;nto the air. Finally he crea well repaired nod by t' ealieution of Mes...*. Norteu of confidence by continued experience-. no comment.has In filling up the Estoblishment. l' ':x
ted man, and told him to tore Ana seeing, the Spaikman and others, It will be constantly kept in At al! events,those who pe/sUt in the employmentnnd conduce make expense been spared that could
>& A. Qodman the it one of the
most desirable
cdjtor toleration of other alcoholic places
sunshine the good repair.Persons medicines, as tinctures
perceiving rose [its odors
scattering of fur the
Ijfhtttrated Family FricntJ, published at hearing the lark warbloln the air how travelling between Tallahassee and St. bitters+,..tc., and especially se who prescribe Patients resort Invalid. the United Stales. ,
will be
jUt, la this states died at the residence of help loving? man Augustine: by pissing through Picolata instead of Gin under any circumstances all unit in giving fits These will required to furnish their own out
: consist of
.'J T. leery. born, Charlotte county, Va.,, on ... Jacksonville orl'alatkawill save more than thirty! the preference to a pure article over the manifold! I Compresses, and Hlankets Fiiclion shirts and towels.
i..IM iut.a was born,"says the Colurn'I' Two German I laaics 1 wr weeks sack miles and find a much better lion J. adulterations so rife in the market. Mr. Wolfe All of which can'Le:( 'fur Sudorific purposes.. '
on the purchased! here
Carolina, "in Cincinnati, on the 6-th railroad train from; Columbus to Cindnnatti There are now permanent biildingsonboth .,desofll,16 liberally supplies physicians with a sample bottle for ( terms. at tinmost reasonable
; 1622, and was therefore nearly birth pave ferry for !h: acooimnmodation of traveller analysis and trial asset forth in his circular, and
years of age. Mnj. Godman was at clnnatti respectively: to a boy and girl. The Cin- D. J. DUnIUNCE.J stakes the reputation of the remedy upon the innocence 'rECls-Pror.uional l attention, use of Baths &c ;.
a mI idhipman i in the United States NaajLjftdbpealn CommcrcUl' under the haul of Railroad July 9th, 1853. ,safely and efficiency of his Holland{ Gin when per w..k. gin. '
/ the merchant service and I' Accident, says that the railroad account must ,' used under medical advice and pledges his own Board per week, fayalle 'monthly $5.
.)3 embarking into the business just be. 'credited with {two lives NOTICE. character in business lint the article will not disappoint Servants Boarded and treated',per week, $10.

bt months in newspaper about to mako a disposition! of all any who use it. IT: All letters of' inquiry promptly answered.
9M t% a large mercantile house i in BEING ray June 18th

"r;... For two years he conducted the o Every will,young always man honor should industry.remember The that vulgar t.boworld that any person, I having hereby JUST give notice CLAIMS to tho public (From the New York Express October' 2C 1&52.J. J 2m
and after against -
i selling
that paper, and useless idler, whoso energies of body and me is to MEDICAL LIq onS. Alex. C.
Colombia and established the FamilyHMr. required present them within three Professor Barry's Trico.:
m mind are,rusting for want of occupation, may look months from this'date or they shall be forever In common, I preaumewith many others of the OK MEDICATED Conrocso, for

Qodman Rasa writer of talent and "with scorn upon tiie J laborer engaged at his toil, barred. professi> .n. I received some few months state,Q Beautifying Curling Preserving Restoring and
of for 'hichhe, nAftdepartaent but his scorn is praise; his contempt honor. SUS.\N LYSDE vtJl.\ "SCJlKE. a circular addressed 'To Physcians throughout the Strcngibeniiig. the Ifnir, Relieving diseases of time

preference-uautical seemedfcfem ... St Augustine, July 2, 1853.7" 'Ywksr United tale.." by Mr. Udolpho Wolfe, the importer Skin, Curing Rheumatic, Painsand Healing Exter*
a exhibited $ romansc-ho had A nigger(III into the dock the other day. He ,23 Beaver street, inviting. n medical and chemi-f 1 nnl Wounds. Pounded by no geographical linen,

jlntlf would great powcra. Had his life was fished out' and after having been smartly Notice. -- cal|examination of a new article Holland Gin.mant the reputation of BARRV'S 'r rCOl'UiKOt7S pervades
, yeas spared ho doubtless have won a highnyolalioo ufactup-d by himself, a; Srhatdamin Hollandby the Union. The sales of the article of 'late -
among the authors of America Ho rubbed for a couple of hours' ,he came to, pettishly> J, LL persons having demands against the Estate peculiar" ,process, sod put up for medical u?e n. have i increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belief.year i
of John
I hatred in the prime of life, and in a vigor of a exclaimed- Cerraras deceased, are hereby called under somewhat Dutch title "Schiedam AromaticSchnapps' Professor Barry, after a careful examination: of !his "
fee Intellect, which he had devoted to (the litcratm upon to'pre tnl them without delay to the Undersign- The circular for tales book finds that the number of '" ;
'Dar, dar datll, do! Gor a miry, don't rub ed Adtnini tralorand claims thin article an eminently bottles delivered J I
of bis country. He leaves a wife and two skin d d persons to said Estate superior: degree of purity. stoma, flavor,and to order, in quantities of from half a gross op- ';.t
um hard! are required to make
JaMrrn to mourn his loss, and ft circle of friends so subscriber. payment without delay to the medicinal efficacy( and offers moreover, a gratuitous ward, during the year 1852, was within a triBe of .

who had looked forward with pride to a bn1l mtCot "There is something pleasing in RICHARD' supply out to any physician who may feel disposed 950000.( t.,:
which he gave abundant promise, to. melancholyafter St. CARRARAS., Admr. to teat thete: claims in a scientific and professional It ia unnecessary to present at length the evi ,
early and unexpected disease! Our all," said shrewish{, i wife to titer.other hal f Augustine June 25th; 1853 8wka. manner. :: dences' of the wonderful properties cf the Tricopbe-_ '
,18p&th1el arc with them in their bereavement "Yes my dear; following scolding wife to th C- Brian familiar with three facts in relation to the' reps, when the puplic have furnished such an in- if'dorstmt'ul f"-

.. .. .. CLOTHINGFOR use Holland Gin us a, me Jjcjue,nam--ly :first, that( < o this. The cheapness of the article L'
1 -
grave. TUB when pure it is absolutely invaluable, end not lobe and the explanations given of its chemical action _
ox pi clous movement. tho exchanged for any other remedy known to the profession upon the hatrtte! scalp, and in all of soperf- 1j "
TbcBrownvnie (Texas) Flag I ivTroops Help; industrious and they will help you ( IrAJLJL (Qr J1 0 6 in many complaintsboth. and chronic ; e irritation, $fst recommended it CDt'S to the attention .

are continually arriving at the Mexican -- Purchasers of CLOTHING secondly that amid the multitude of ill made or adulterated lie people. This was al! that the inveotoi de i : t"t"cal. ,
tares on the frontier, and in such numbers we 1I 1 are informed that liquors with which this country abounds, a sin'll Kvcry bottle a Jveitised itself. The' t
we are manufacturing the LARGEST. ORTJIB.YTof
Ue never before seen on this line. Military 1j I CLOTUINO pure Holland Gin Is scarcely to be obtained at any fluid exceeded expectation. It acted like a
MWpments are also being established at points j (wholesale only) suitable' price) and thirdly, that the radical Impurities of any Olsen The l lades would not be without it. Country ,.
a tb+Rio Grande which hitherto {have not been for: the Country Trade, to be found in the I I i inferior or spurious consist, first, of the'hydrated dealers, in every section ol the United Stllttl

WMndered of sufficient importance to be guanlcdIIIIWmhoUAe States I oxide of Amity), a pois innus oil. more commonly 1 found they must have it; and thus was built up"a I
If guards.Tbc proprietor of a baking
and secondly, of the heavier the article of this kind. The highest
reltmeatinCamargobaa been consulted One Price System. ; two essential regards point baa ;
uepaeoutractforbakigbrea4fortcn Orders oils.of Junier, instead of the lighter-which impurities not yt bem reached'; and it is believed that the
It : thousand men. : promptly filled. An examination oCour usually result from the mercenary system i3f snIt this year will be, a million and a half of bottles.
pen. reported by passengers recently ar- Died.-In thin city on Saturday the 23rd, iaa t., stock is solicited.HANDFORD onecersiredeettllatioaof the materials employed Depot and ManuactoryNo.131 BroadwayNew
.from Bio Grande ,
tn that
City opinionsarcfezpteaacdon 'ec' & BROTIIEJl resolve York. Re
ANN IL LiailULVS thia toaccept Mr. UJolpho Wolfe's challenge, cents a large bottle
native of {
,,\ far the other side as to the validity In a place. 29 Park How. (oppoaits i the Astor House,) and put his Schiedam{ Aromatic. Schnapps"! to the Liberal discount to purchaser by the quantity i '
MMa Anna's opinion, of the treaty of peace, the aged 8& scars IV Y. test of ri nnallyslr. 'And I wa.Jucd to da this i Bold.br i alUthe priocipaLnxTchanii! druggistsoughoof -
.MM having been made and ratified during)hisalmnce i i N. B. We are the largest manufacturers of notwithstanding the proprietor' long standing and the the Unilf 1 and C.. Alexico. !

>l thus creating question ns to the necessity ANNO OILED, CLOTHING reputed respectability asap importer beciuse ihe purity Wift indies. Great t
or complying with its observance. 171\1'0111\111 nr S. of gin,above that of every other spirituous liquor June U.862. '
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The Mwne mission" of Santa Anna to reclaim -.v country Bnbbcr Clothiiigr. at thee employed ia medical practice, is of the most %

fat. lost importance of the Mexican territory IsM We arc ntitliorl74cd to nnoun c lowest market rates, vital consequsnee to the community i inasmuch as it .

aSedea to. Wo do not take upon ourselves the lIon. LESLIE A. THOMPSON,. at present Juno, 25. 3m. subject to two distinct causes of pernicious impurity ,Vest, Hop Cream of Tartar, Saler- :

die responsibility to suggest what policy SantaABM one tho Associate Justices, of tho Supremo Court, Bounty Land Warrants. the ,Fousel namely oil;,the 1 found inferior, moreover oil of Juniper the,"Aromah as well do as Hops, Cab, Soda Barley, Essence Lemon, :

nay have in this movement; on the contrary a candidate for election for CHIEF JUSTICE, $ of the SUBSCRBERwill'payin calla the 1 Schnapps"' strongly recomendef by a physician and Orange rt'el. Savory, Peach, Spices Ptpptmiol, 1,
arc give the information matter of fact THE Sago rnndr,
t the Republic Mexico as a have Weeen&f State into: approaching election in October next market price for Land Warrants. writer of no less influence than Dr, D. iiReese. of Thyt'. ., English C.namon., Natmtg.Mustard "' J{ \,
can no cncj mQtard
r In UU quarter whose presence requires such July 2The M. R, ANDREU. the New York Medical Gazette. and by many of ), Cayenne peper, Ast., Spaces, do. Catsup, do ,
the eminent members of !
St Augustine,Juno 80, 1833. moat tie profession, who I Pickle j
ao txUasire. armament tho ,
yet opposite frontier friend had no reason to suppose had obtained any otherIhan 4
Is assumed warlike an aspect, ana reports as to of the Han THOMAS or the Laundress.-Starch polish for empiracle evidence, of its pharmaceutical purity Domcstfer Preserves Asst I. '

the obfeet of this movement art so current and DOUGLAS, late Judge of the Eastern Circuit p ; F mixing with common starch-will give linen i a and value. I therefore resolved to inform medical Braudf, Fruit, Cht"rric &c.' Tamarinds, I ; :; H

so corroborated, than be they founded sub to announce him as a candidate for the office of ASSOCIATE beautiful ivory appearance. B. F. CARR.Butter men at least for the sake of the public at large.of. Pineapple, Ginger t lore rad I ',:

tBy or otherwise we deem the question a public JUSTUS of tho Supreme Court at tbeclcction results; oftaf.inveatigatiotwltetherthey! proved f i- ish. Fresh Slamon, Sadmtl Retail. ,
see,'rind calculated to interest if not Affect thecoemooHy Hams dcc.; -Choice lot per rites m- rorable or otherwise to the character of the article, D. E. CARR. ,t ,!
at large: in October jhcxt: July 16. 3. E. CARR ands the interest outs proprietor. St. Augustine Jude 18th, 1853. '

,.. .. .-., Those results areas follows J Searching first I for I
Tile FivEicrlefl, The friends! Col. hlYRU.1 lL' PEAR- TO THE PHYSICIANS OF THE the oil. Juniper, by dilillatiun.I obtained an oil, Stationary.RECEIVED -

A vii ill a.tfaln-TII- Colonists SOX, of Jacksonville, .announce him as a candidate from two quarts of the liquid, whose specific gravity
asge Pttitiotat STATE OF FLORiDA. was, 832,and whose boiling point was 3t3 degrees, by Brig Tremontan excellent as'
<*for the Remnant of Rttrlct\pn for Uio office of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of the Stationary, of
nor did successive redistillation yield any oil of greater -' pie every variety
American FltJurmen.Bosiox Court at the ensuing WOLFS CELEBRATED SCHIEDAM AROMATIC and description lot
Supreme electioni, gravity, or of any other kind whatever. The ,
July 20.The schooner I* lcKenthi..Bay'or July 19. i v SCHNAPPS.EEAIIIYQ same quantity of common Holland!: Gin, so called, Dirt ZYLSTRA 8 :

ffklroa St. Lawrence, the first of j -,- B n it unnecessary to remind any yielded an excessive mont, by redistillation{ of oil!
fie. mftdcerel'nect arrived at Gloucester reports The Hon. iviLLtAtf". FOR WAR] AT.regular member of the Medical profesrionoflhe weighing 0,851with the boiling point of 549 degrees: nnAMARINDS.FigPaste.Prenes/Bitters.Ghoica

tttat the fish have not been plentiful thIs t sea- established Medical properties of pure Holland C in, the lighter pil having previously passed over. This; JL Segars,'rob/cco. French Cnbal. Almonds,
of the Court for the '
eastern Judicial
alit Ihe. Captain law a number armed Judge Circuit 'I. ia i ,many diuAetof, dropsical tendency, I respectfully was conclusive as the superiority' of Mr. W IIlrt.'s gin, hickory Nuts, PUlle ., I'randy .
.eli belonging to the British fleet An officer vcs- Circuit of Florida; will be voted for by the (in file your examination to 0 very superior article,I ia relation to the oil of Juniper,upon which the aroma, &.O. '

froBTO* of the Colonial vessels him ands people in said Circuit, to [fill the same ofBoe which manufactured by myself exclusively, at tkhieJn min, flavor and diuretic and medicinal propel lies of every B. E. CARR. a"
boarded Holland/by a process peculiar io my own factory. kind of. gin essentially depend. Jan. 15th 1853.
Its Terr geatemanly manner, stated that Y4 ho now holds, at the election in October next. It J. flavored and medicated, not by the common Al to the Fousel oil,with which all infrdorspin i to-

Peb htvkg more than two guns or muskets on July 10, harsh berry, but by the choice ;/.botanical' variety- of one liquors are more or less impregnated,and which i
totfj were likely to be seized. He also said it I the Aromatic Italian Juniper Berry whose more renders them poisonous in he( exact ratio in which B laekllgaru., : &c.-Ma ons Shoo {

.vu. understood that American fishing vessels Tho friend of Col. CHARLES[ A. M.! vinous extract is distilled and rectified with hllpirit- they are imbibed which causes such liquors in. nish. Rubber Varnish, Harness Von ;
blacking.; Fish Oil, Nears foot Oil.
I were ,sot showed to enter the Bay of Chaleur, MITCHELL takes pleasure In announcing Idm owedlvcataadthnsbeeameaacoaeeatratedtiuctof are, toxicate when others do not,and creates that tour hid, retail, B. E. CARR.at
r Nfl aiMed that when a vessel is seized for fi sb- exquiaite flavor and aroma.altogether transcendent, insatiable appetite for undue indulgence, with all its ,
lag 1IidHn the limits, if the crew dispute tho disbbeeitstob8 as a candidate for Judge of tho Eastern JudicialCircuit in its cordial and medicinal properties,to any HoUandGin deplorable consequences, of which the friends of ". ,c

measured. MANY CITIZENS. heretofore known. temperance and philanthropy so justly complain, Rcce'ed by the Gtaroliaa, 10 Cases choica

1e Captain also states that most of tho : Amid the influx of I inferior distillations: with which I ifitead of that satiety and fastidiousness of taste, for ", 2 Dbls. Nice Hams,. 10 K"g% +
l Ijt of St John's Island Cape Breton and Gut pco-of The friends of JACOB MICKLER presents the market is now flooded, physicians find no little ,which the drinkers of pure liquors ne distingnthed Cutter, 10 boxes Cheese. do Choeolatt,3 do Congress

'j Cttso, who ; his I candidate for the office of difficulty in procuring a ,rood; and pure Gin, which of this fetid, acrid, art marital rouse) oil, I found no Water S Case fine Cut tobacco in tin (foil
formerly for official>
petitioned as a
,,'" to drive vesMb trams they can prescribe with confidence in its beneficial trace In Mr. Wolfe's medicinal gin, al the.ugh Ire Choice Principe &c., Segars,at Retail. ,
oft'he American; ashcrme.n, are now SHERIFF OF ST. JOHNS COUNTY at the e 'tCl'. As an importer of twenty years standing, in peatedly tested various quantities of it with the: ,B. E- CARR

.,',... H oM ta hare the restrictions removed next October election. ; the city of New York and possessing a matured,experience chloride of calcium, by the usual process, _which sp May 21, 1853.
'e 1 the prc&enco of American fishermen in the manufacture of HQIAAJIn Gin especially readily detecu and obtains it ia the_ordinary fpintqous y.-

". fosMderahle Uasinesa to these points, The friends of CHARLES II., DUPONT ,I beg to submit to year attention my Aaox.nlcScmsu. liquors. R1416ER11IE3DrirdApplesFnltogllrrket!
,..... BOW they will soon to hi! a starving con ScH.tirrs U on-J which cannot fall to Accordingly feel bound to say that I regard this Beefan Hams Dried Beef, Bacon;Pork, Lard
and obliged to call tho of G&@len'County. Florida, announce him as a value your utmost expectations,and shall be happy cheese -
upon Government gin aa being in every respect pre-emta!ntly pure, crackers,choice family flurgrabam Crackerst
far peeunluJ aul, candidate for ASSOCIATE. JUSTICE of the Supreme to forward to you a bottle of it,free of charge,in answer and deserving of medical patronage. It is indebted buckwheat rice, gelatine, corq, starch, cboire vets

I. Court of the State, at the approaching election in to a letter intimating your readness to accept 'fo. its superiority, I doubt not, tq soqnd and select wine,of&c., -
materialsand to that peculiarly\ method of .
TStfl !E. CAUR.
# Lar Contract In too United October next. It is now scarcely one year since I hive preparedand distillation which leaves the heavier( less volatileessential March 12th, 1

state distributed my SCHIEDAM Gin exclusively for oils,both of the barley and the Derry behind < __
We have it in our power tq say it, and we do Rail Arn"l..eQlellll. medicinal purposes; yet within that brief period 1,1 in the still. This also is sufficient to account for the
,J", K, with & feeling of honorable pride, that wo From Picojata 18:miles distance to At, Augustine bare received numerous letters, both from physicians refined aroma of this above other gins; but in rgardto Razors Drsi Iic &c., '
..a BOW In our dty two of the largest Railroad AaalY&I.andlr' and Thursday 11 A. M. and patients, testifying to its really extraordinary the special! qaalties of 'the Italian Juniper Lena ray' rt deltblo Ilk with preparation Wade &

Contractors m the UnitedSta.tes. These gentle, DErAtT-Sunday and Wednesdays 12 M. efficacy in Gravel,Incipient Dropsy,end.afrctio( of of which the manufacturer speaks in jlis circular, I Butcher Warranted RazoneetreaJy for use. Assorted .

mm are well known citizens of Macon, who have CLOSu.Sund"ndVtdntad..,. Jl A. 11.NEVADVERTISElIEN'l'8.. the Kidneys and Bladder generally;also in Dyspellaladies iticliet have no chemical knowledge>> nor wherein im lighter Cutlery, Scissors, 'A ordeons. shaving soap ,
1 gJ sis baton noted for their enterprize I when taken in proper quantities aa a oil differs 'from that of the Junipentt con+muait. I brushes, boxes, straps,combs, hair brrshes, steel key

M public spirit. We have reference energy toF 3r. Drink, and especially at dinner is found by uniform find that the pure oil ol both,polarizes,to the left and ring tweezers, cork screws,patent glass Ink stands, ( 'f

JRebt Collins and Major Elam Alexander, who experience to be eminently efficacious io the most( yields, with hydrochloric acid, a liquid camphor. steel pep(,fish lines., hooks, cotton twine. i
-- obstinate cases,when even the beet of the usual in the stomach B. E.
remedies This.acid being as a principal component t
,ft re tarn from the recent Report of the Direcf0K TAX CVOTIGK. have failed to afford more than temporary relief, of ihe gastric juice,probably creates this material Feb. 26. 1R53. k

... of the Brunswick and Florida Railroad Com> AM receiving the State and County taxes for aDd I have no doqbt that i It would yield similar results from the oil. and renders it the valuable diffusive

f 1Mr. hare of said taken the Contract for building the I the year 185 3. The first day of Octobernext with precision and certainty: in your own professional> stimulant for which it was'formerly. and will,probably Q tone Inline for "hit washhtg, very good
road for ,
distance 200 miles
a ,lptf tnce. be renowned. also White wash
:'Assessment ,again AI-
last for the Brb
is the day keeping paints
, they are to over mttliaht of dollar The Schiedam Schanpps is ma, Copperas, Glue t
get trap and will after that Arom.atip put op i in: I consequently regard Mr. Wolf "Schiedam.Aromatic : &
-iai i teflnitk the work in two year$! And from.fXfefienco Book open, day proceed to strong bottles, pints and quart, neatly covered and; Schnapps"1" as !a valuable accession to our April 30tb, 1853. B. E. CARR. .

and indomitable pcrscvernco of levy ana advertise for non payment ov-/tfir taxes. 'labelled.with my name embossed qn the bottle; also pharmaceutical agcftts, to say nothing of its cosaparative .
&tractors, we have no doubt whatever of R. D. et ova, Sheriff ana a fac simile of my signature one the label and my teal innocqovsnes to those who use distilled I Ii- -
flwbmg able to accomplish job in the ti Tax Assessor and Collector. oo the cork{,with, an essay upon its propenifs. goon as a hexerage. To persons traveling in the Hair DJe. '

.tl.Mii.i. itattl no unforseen accident occur mo St. Augustine,July 30th, UDOLPIIO WOLFE, rtouthwest, where the best water(p-equently' produces Improved Uq lid ''H.lr Dye-This i I capita

-- ""tat., When that little contract ia finished wotywil : Importer 33 Beaver street, New York. distresafrg and sometimes even: dangerous effects an instantaneous aad permanent
Administrator'* Ifoticc I Dye and trouble*
no directions. It iswarrant
,.,. be employed to construct the )fa- : Extracts from the New York Medical Gazette and upon persons unaccustomed to them: I ehopl d.-cb links ed and satisfactory he *
\fnot to
It dice
demands ti,
8L(tad Road before A LL PFRSQNS baring just igainsteth > of Health edited DM.. it would be a. good precautionary: provision, I a retllr. ;
Brffloswiclf airline they un- A die of ltli ia Clarke widow ot the'late JourniL by Reese. }I. D.. filer or brown desired. .
.. v My in counteractive or preventive of those! effects, wheomixtd blck I
.. L. D. 7T5 Broadway October
a thousand mile section on the Pacific John U. ,Clarke, late of St. Johns County dectlied L. : 1st. 1852: h\ moderate quantities, A\ all events, it: is B. S. CARR..

,.r---r--Georgia Qititen ; art' hYreb/ called upon to,_ resent them IIOLlvlND GIN AS A MEDICINE.Iq the purest possible article of Holland Girth heretofpre: Slay 14, 1853. i

.." '. 11 I. without deW io the.undersigned Thoa not pr our last comber we accompanied the publication unobtainable, and as such, maybe safely prescribed .

...r ; PKZ: FWHT.-Yankee Sullivan, the tented wMij the Hme ,prt l'.Ibcd. / .law ,will I be of a circular on this subject, from out: eDow--cit uep. by,physicians. (i Billiard Table and Ten Pin"Alley

:' it stated, has made a match to fl ghtout forcretbirrc. : Udolpho Wolfe, Esq.,with a bl'fc'C! ;rnia"ntary, expressive DAVID IN DIOTT, l\1..D. A ,T the asrnolia 'Retreat, open throughout tnavilav !

H amines, tho cltampion California! ,, ,tt.. B. CANOV.'Admr.J ,I' of our own views. Since then we have Pharmaceutical: Chemist.oraj f and Evening : ,_ R
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II I v. r\i 'JIII"laa.. Directory; For the county of St John's, on the first Monday A u Ordinance for the Protection 2'ix Collector Sale CHARLESTON AND .

Magnolia hotel 'Oa8t.teorge Street, north ol. tin. November (tyhich for the year 1653. will be the fi\ of White Persons Assembled for By virtue of the power vested in me !11Y law: 1 I 11. S MAIL F1,0. .

the Public Square $n4;090 door UQrth of the Methodist t'71h November.For I DivineVol'lbIJ'. expose fur sale before the Court House in 'TEAiIE '

Church the county of Nassau, Thursday before the Be it Ordained, by the Mayor and Council of the Paalatka, on the first Monday of July next,the following CAROLINA AND FLiTiii

H florid Hotae,i Go Treasury Lane, North of', third Monday in November, (say (for 1853, the 17thNovember. City of Augustine: That frc.m and after the passing described property or so much thC'1'rohs will pay Through to Palo* ,in iS-T
the Public .. the state and and due 34 to SO;
tSq n :. of this Ordinance any person or persons shall knowingly county taxes necessary expenses t;

!( Cy lion On Charlotte aQd Day Slreet.n few For the county of D val,on the 3d Monday in No* be engaged or concerned vociferative noise thereon,to wit. ..

doors' SoaUjE.ast.ftbe, Public} square. vcmber (wlfich for ,1 853. will &lie the 11 1 tt November selling spirituous liquor or any'alber act having an 790 acres 3d rate land granted to the Heirs of I IT, CAROLINA
/,,teri Ifotel.j Qn Charlotte Street and Treasury For the county of Morion, on the 1st Monday} immediate tendency to disturb or cause, disturbance Thomas Fitchfeml' advertised for nonpayment of taxI :

fI1lJlfi north of the l Public Square,annexed, p the December, (say for 1653, the 5lh December.For of a congregation of white persona assembled for the I I cs for the year 1852, being section 42 of private turveys KA Uonday.7 turD in e.wiD)qv.,A

";I l$ f QgAe. ; thfl Bounty of AJachua, on the Bd Monday In puipose of divine worship at n cbrrcti or chapel in the in lown:iiip 12 range 26'anil bounded: North by and every JACKSONVILLE A M.l(rICOL'\TA.I04.

J10 I nDiNG, UOUSEa.t December,'(say 13th December torte 183. City; such person if a white person shall be lined not Michael Cro:,y', grant Souih !by the Ocklawalin Riv- The FLORIDA will Tuesday, 4 0''_',
year less than five dollars nor more than twenty, if a colored fOr. Eas: by the Hirer St. JOMUS: and West by grant of; leave C11ARL'p, .
F4. St. Street
Mitt Oil George few doors
4 For the county of Colombia, on the 3d Monday the offender shall be fined Michael Tuesday. at 3 P 5h Rctn ,
aforesaid Cro rntag rip
; South or the:Court Hor, e and Public Square:' in Dec mber, (which for 1853, will be the 19ti: De person as 'oy. LATKA every 'rh 4Y,1I 7 A. tern
G. N. P.p,. I/a Boy streM, corner of Bay ap cember. or whipped not exceeding thirty stripes, or imprisoned Unless taxes and expenses are paid Ufore day oftale. 1\ i Ma\
Garden Lane.R( not exceeding one week with costa at the discretion ot ftSStf

: the Mayor und Council and that the City Marshall, Tile: pore sale i ie (tosliioned to the firs Mon ay ol These Steamers
t DOCTORS.Docf. SJtm1f 1iEm 9hm. jl/ayor ot Alderman fchall! attend to allcomplaiatatcud September connect with all the i
F. Wends?*' Office this House such ofi next.R. Stages of Ban Florida and connect boihw
a nder.
I \ ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. arrest T. COYD,slu riti and er-off'l'ax the New York Steamships fifoS, "
on UricJ Strert. f That upon all convictions; the person or persons con As:8.or and Collector r. c, the! Carolina
Daet.Jek $. Pfcfc. OOjce n St. George Street, victed shall remain impri,+oned or committed until the Pul: ka. Jan. 1st, 1853. Wiluiingtoq Boats. .i

B feW dours Forth $f the Court 4Iouse. TILLS ESTABLISHMENT h51V fine and costs are paid or salisfieJ.s -- --1 Passage from Charleston to Jr oJd
IDRUGGIST.Urt.PC'iZyltlra ;t.rod: tae undergone Thorough Repairs Pasted in Council Marc6101h 1853. Tax Colleclort Sale. P colatll and Pal llll, OlAcJWlttrr. ., J

*' Chemist and DruIge.ICbulQUe present season, is now ready for G. lI'fJlEYS'luyor. For further particulars: ,apply to c
Street, i i I I. reception ot Company. FAMILIES AN'PRANSIEN'PEOr1ltA1Rl3 U Attest BY virtue of the power vested iu me by law I J. .V. CALDWELL '
expose for sale before the Court !House iaI'nlaikn Charleston.
I can have: ; spacious A. B. P c&TTf. on ire first Monday of July next, the following 1ICLLECIIASSF&: F4NEGAN1.Jacii
'to' LL WYERS: Apartments. ;I' ; I K. R; RKID. f alatk s.
clesciibtrtLpiOperiy or so much thereof will
An to raise a revenue to mef'lah" feUr"
P, Z7.U0U/J. Cs"insellor at Law-office'on Ar j jilkry ItOOllltl, Airy, Clean, null Neatness > of the City for the 1853; and for pay the: state and county taxes and utcessary expenses
expenecfr year Tax
t an"e.H. : Itftclf Collector's Sale.
> : < fitirsiislicdiiaiiclioiiicly.IVotlifii due thereon, to wit. +
the exiingukimetH! of the City: debt. t
i A. Prima Aitorney and Counceflorat ? 'nil till;. L/ S 0; acre 3J rate land, granted to E. Hudualdou- B: Y virtue of the power vested in me U '

Law.ollicc Pjcolutu street.tfeoiffr The House is well known ns bc\ng\ ro' cnlly Be it OrJaiucJ,1 the Mayor and Aldermen oftheCiiyof ble taxed and advertised for nonpayment of taxes for 'J eh311 expose| for ale.fo re the Court |11-be '
sit. Augustine, in Council convened
1//. Fairbanks Attorney; and Counsellor Built, Expressly with -view to the nccomodution That Tax of one-ci lit of,one cent be and: the year 1852, lying partly in township 13 range 2G Pnlatkn. on the first MonJay of) Jay| .-,,, tAt._
i 3tf-t>fTiceiR} the House. ; per and partly in 12 bounded lowing lU-jeribcd property or
Court. pi Invalids and others, being entirely the same is hereby directed to be ihi posed fo* theyear towuahip range iJtf, nnd the so ftiwh Ultreit.*'
I built of Wood, with Rooms[ connecting, Fold 1853, (for the purposes aforesaid) on the value North by public Irut'sSouth by the River St. Jchuann pay state and county taxes and then q
PUBLIC OFFICES. &c. which grant of Wm. Garo'ner', East by public laud l l IKMISCS due thereon, to wit. ,
ing-noes, renders it Free from of all !Real (state situated and lying within the 4
Post Office. Lawrence Aidreu, Post Master, office Hampncss. Fircplucci. Blinds to window Chartered limits I of the said City-and the following and' tVeslbyihe River St. Johns.Uulecs 15* acres 3J rate land granted to \ffl. 0.,

J}in)the Court House. 1 j; f a through.uEcnlng on l'inzzn Promlmudo 'fwo persons ((lo wit) Jo'"derlck,C. Humphreys, and Al'arto I- sole taxes and{ expenses are paid befoietlny! ol, double fo the taxed sect advertised for noo .;*;
Surveyor+ Geaeraft .Office, John WestpoTt, Surveyor Hun Jrcd l"cct. Protection from It..in: Cold I. Rogero, or; appointed 'a eswr'lJ (o determine < year 1802.lying totowmuJ&n ** i '
General) \Vffid8. RETJtEAT the value of aid teal Estate, ''and 'fix the tin The above sale is postponed.! Jo he lint Monday bouuded North suet Eaitt by &ilt r
*on Hospital f ,cornerof, Artillery : forming a from of September next. South h and West"byUe Rivet
JAne and Hospital Street confinement( at ull l seasons of the tH upon which said tax shall be levied and it U hereby ?? a??; ?'
year.The I:. T. COYD : Uules
Sat"i!auu: ui(: taxes and
'' ez-
fend #'..-A. T. Noda,. Register of Public House is situated 'facing Hojth in centra I] further ordained that the tax: : imiioseil by this Ordinance Tax Assessor and Collector sale. expenses are paid befare'S

Land=office. in the Court House. fosition. and retired 'from other Dwellings.The iliall be collected in tl.e tame manner anJ YalatGnJan.lsr,1N5J. r. c. Tlie above sale is !,

T.\o,. T. Jimtell! Receiver, office in Court Houso contains 45 Rooms, with addition muter the same regulations as are proyidv-tl and it r or aeiiieiuter postponed to riie: flea. jr.
hotter force iu relution to the collection cf City taxes I leviedupon
al Parlours, Dining, Setting Kooms,and conveniences t f.y: Ordinances: and Resolution r I U. T. rOYJ :.
l'1I1'J Pro&"" ,(G. Humphrey's Judge,) office in general For Accommodation; other descriptions of property. Oidinaiice 'lot tlie belter pieservntion of theclennliiicai. Tax; .8 '7i/Taiidex-ofi: "
the CuurUlo&lle. Passed by the Council 1853. tasrrsutauJColleetocr.J
(fn not be surpus&cd. January and heath of the City, anJ for other PutaiknJnn lat .
l r..
Peter B. Dumas. Clerk Circuit Court, office iu U HUMPH/ KEYS: :lIIyor.A 8. purBell
the Court House.ftafael The well Reputation this Hou e Urst
; JJOanon. Sheriffand Tax Collector.of-i has from Year to YeAr acquired it will be th'* \. R. AKDQEC, Clerk. hereby drained, ''IY the: Mayor and Alder Tax .',// ." Sale.BYvirtur -

lice in the Court house ; Proprietress,Mrs.( DAVIS: aim \\o sustain and ills n of tJie: City of St. Augustine,ill Con lea mem- : of lilt: power vested in ur byli

Collector of Cintomt. PUD! Arnaa, offiee i iu for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns I 'l'VI'I'IOiW. l bled: That fiojiiamt after tlie-promnlgntkni this r_--.;or tool Ie before t'.ic Court IlottvIt"l
her thanks. Ordinance, iuhall nct be lawful to throw vegelnbtetr..t.h. darks,on the Ithl JlouJay of
A. July
Charlotte street qt his residence near the store of next the
Q. iVrp'il. The Table will be supplied with choicet '1111: Subscriber at the request of many of Ins oronniinal maser of any description, o>er the: iujj d scrilcJprutHrttyhrEOntoetitbrrruf' fulfct. '.
hu bern induced to undertake the tuition t. lira Wall.or into the Uo ui, co iuected with tid I the state and as will pj
Inspector of Catlomt. James I A. Mickler, dime, Oysters, 'l'urllcl"ishDucks, YcnUon; t, of oiiitty taxes aiiJ neve Mry
/. 11. Brow. Judge U. S, Court Northern I Turkeys and Shell .'.lSn, which ut this time n limited} of PupiU. He jercfor| contemplates Wall-n Oil l any i>eroii uhr ins agaiimt this pro due, iherrou, Iu wiu cxpei'** '
opening a School on Wednesday the first hibition. shall: t if white be .. I .
a tiued
of person; IJor the fire
pidtrict Florida office in the Court Home.Q. "und -157 acres 3d
i our Rivers! Forests abound. Two or day of December rextat the hoiuc ofrruce rate landgranted la C. W. &
recently occupiedas n sum not les* than two" >tb
R. Fairbanks Clerk U S ( nor more double -d and
Court office i in tax advertisi-d
the Court House, more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this a law office by .W. A. Forward, [Ej.,. adjoiuing five'lI&.Innrll, auJ for cath subsequrnt offence, of not I 'for the Ib52 I tor uoiipaynteiti ot\un\
year in
House. the residence : I 13
of E. U.
Judge Gould. n
) & tluu.live, nor than Ten :'ollar ran
Devty Mar thai.'. Gl' I. more < $;andifite! ot'iuleil f
Zclmlaur office North host
i in and
Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns Fishing He will teach all the Elementary branches of ofli-nder be colored Westbjr public buds !
r4| Court House. miEitglish r a person, 'he or site so offendingfchall [ .aoiah by the titer! St. Johua. P+
Tackles, limits! for Excursion,&c. Education' viz.-Spelling, Heading, Writing subject to a like fine,or be at the discretion U"lcstluti ,
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Arithmetic.. / of the Dud expense are pad before ? "
Very Respectfully, Mayor, punished by the infliction of a 'uuniber sale. day *|
Reuben Pinkhara.--Office at\ his residence South PROPRIETRESS.> He will also give instructions in the( theory of Surveying of ttripcs on the bare Lack of not leg tlmn ten. nor The above sale .
pf St. Francis Barracks, "4 : Navigation: ,and Mensuration. / more thaw twenty far the first offeuce, and for each is p postponed the first !!lat f

C7.7/uiqiftreu' Notary Public-office'in the Court N. II.-It[ is the wish of the Proprietress TERMS rER QCACTCS....For lhl' Elementary tranches, bulisequenl ofll-uce, j of not Ka tltaii twenty nor I!, September It next.. ''. BOYD ifioriC'auJAs'esuranJCollrctorl.4 .

House-( )) ; V that the Servants attaehcilto $Gprrquarterhalfyuartrrht, 'aJrauce./ more titan' thirty one. | Tax exoS .

I CITY{ 'OFFICER.t the Home Nhoiild be civil, attentive Surveying &c. 3 extra x t Be it further Ordained by the authority aforesaid i Palatka January 1st:, 1853. I'

t NtJ4r-G4cllIIItl,4rt"' alai obllhl;, Surveying, separately pct quarter G. 00 : Thai it feholl not hereafter bejnwful, for colored -----. j I 1
Hours of tuition from 9 2 O luck, bon+l4urfrte) to the era Wa '- ."
]I'/reac.4ndrltt' to persons ( use I I. a*a [ Tax L'vllectmT ale.BY .
Paul Arna, I j' A JIACt'AKINB'OP. PUlti) UOUALd.PETlCRSON'sTlAGAZIN. 'JAMES M. GOULD. place for promenading, and they are hereby forbiden :
'Y w B. Mr Medici. ,} ',AldMieha'l ..rm.n. I 1"1" : Nov. 20, l1a5Q.a'i'A1iILITYSEC 1 to walk thereon nu
U,ia. (M less than two, nor more than live Dollars or in lirn | ..iJalkbol1 expose llie first sale before the Co>|rih&*'w "f (

CIrri? the { ,iiTYIJBUlE.J'VI 1'1' thereof number of stripes of not J lees than ten nbr i Monday o( July neut, tile l *- .
of City Council, A. B. Pacet.y, office towing described (
ID" Theleft and than property or so mach thereof( '
t the Cheapest Wits'J1Jagaille.(1 more thirty one, to be laid on the bare back of I ii8 .
At (Council room. A NL2W VOLU.M, oflbi popular periodical will 900,000. the offcnJ r. \ [ pay the state and county taxes anti uecesmary *.,- '.

l ftukliau ViI t liJr'4'1'I grid. Clerk of the Matlcei', Reuben coinuienc with the Januat, number for 1853 which THE MUTUXt. MFJ3 IXSURAXCC Be it fui'ther; Ordained and Decreed, by the aut'tority \\ i pfti A? s due thereon to w't. '..

;. ) will( I thready l by ''"-' ht tof Dccerabtr: nnJ will be Me COMPANY : "rorc uhl,lIal: from and after this date, nil 1 pK-ce of and iu the Town Pabika.kuowH

PORT 1VARDE s.i most 'tupero wr J'uiMxl.Tha OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL St., colored persons are forbiden! to smoke: in any of W tli-signated.oa, bouuded the map of raid Town as: Block r..

/: c. Zylttiat Charles, Ilaagei' Jot. E. Poiuar.. only Original Jfagazluc. JfcJET Accumulated Fund Nov. lit, 1849, $90 0,. 'the Greets,' or oilier public places in the City, uuJer youth l'IY mains'reel East by 2J Street West ,,'3J alWI, '

r.i I 111 1 OO.9secunlyln' stcd in Bonds and! MortgagesonreaUstateinthiscity a penalty! of a fneunot less than three nor more and North oy mad ,.'irett> >
This it now the ,only Magazine that toeJ to be owned
gives original. and Brooklyn, and stocks than ti\e'ilollcn. for tie (first oflence, or ia default of by Vaudenbur <;'ile *Xi Hofiifift, n
articles fxeluticely: \ .. Ann d, editor taX-9aud 1
AUO TIQNEER. ,Iud all the best: Aoierican writers Sll'pht'n"the, of th/ State and City of New York and United payment thereof: n nntnbcr of vtrip's of not lestiliaa {Uk'fI expenses :re paid It-iore dcjiif
'n. are regularcontributors.
i Center, F.PtFerrciranp.d\ J- A. Strischa.MERCHANTS. States Government. than be .
tep nor more twenty to 'laid iiea. saff..Jh
More npoii
.-,... thrilling eiorics, fairs and iiov- This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely ext :Iinre I uek! of the olf"nd..r-nnd for each subsequent above sale ;is postponed. to tlie: bt Mo&i-j
1'1 l, Rare appeared in this periodical, in the last iiyears n next.
than in ull the tahrrsput together The lonX I ded and prosperous business.. xM oiT-uce: a fie pf five dollar, or ,the inllktioii of :rplrabtr U.of..

Jl. R. Andrea. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry is that of the highest moral purity, so that every family The Company declared a dividend of profits of fiftytwo thirty. one stripes" ;o be laid: on the bare batka Tax nOYD.siierifTanil tx-.
(Joods,corner oItorge and 1'icolala. streets, Mar-, where there are daughters, should tare it. / "Ref per cent on all .existing policies .op the 31st. nrorctuit'nnJ} nil colored persons, ar\herebystriAly P"h"Januniy' J853. anti oJh.tlor! t. e.
(Vet; Square. jr *'- ;pts, patterns for embroidery,and every flung useful of January, 1843. *"? AirLiden to carry oboUi their pi-rsoiis; any kui// .
Uurlinjraroe All the Profits divided clasps or oilier of more than: three inch U-nglb of .
fy Iakil-Carper of St. Gear 8 t the sex, appear ;OIlIII} ,. % ,/ arc among /'a Cutleclor )'ak.
fnd tItU'III""red. 7 __ blaJr; nor hall; any colored p->vw.not nctiu.Cy: in.gnnfioni '
Treasury: Rage, : -. _?,_._ *. Colored F'a.lalollllllcrc O lly. of the
ArmA J . fir.it No other Magazine no\ gives colo steel fashtoa pretence whatever, a cniif or walking stick of 'xpus for&ale beibre the L'attt
I quality Fatally Groceries of.aU! kind. Lijj f annually,. orquarterly, interest being added on the any ItwK.*
tors Sic., No.2 East wide Charlotte street, North plates, as this does. Full !leier-prv descriptions oc. deferred payments. size or tt crplioll; ; wilder a >etialiy of not leis thnu 11lnlklj'm thrlirstllunJay ol July nncitiheiAttoi.inj .- ,

of the I'nbheattuare. cuiiipjny each monthly plate. This! 'is, in fact, tlietexbuoH The cash principle adopted by this Compajjy se fire dollars fine or a "ppmbrr< pf 5irillei {to be laid on the Joecridvtl property or so much thereof; as7nilir yen '

Ueotge Prti tKuler la St,ple spa Funfy Dry :; of fashion, and indjypnsable to oil who lures to the parties for whose benefit the insurances the t Ji.rf back orb ofiVmlff, of Out J Je IIj than t tlue state' and cuuuy uxesaud necessary. -n .
would! know Jiovv dress wit. uPI
jrQod.s, West aide of Charlotte street, a few doom to elegantly,yet economically are effected, the whole of the advantages; without nor more limn thin! ty-ntnr. A l'l..reOI i
>>ouin )Treasury Lane.bcb.U N .' \enables etery lady ballet own dreifmaler.I.tguificet subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated Pubaed LYl lire Cou.ici! 23.| Dec'niVr: 1852.G piece of land in the Town of Palatka (liiowss; .'.

/ ( IValeuiua, IVhulesaleand Retail dealer ? llczzotlnts And { premium notes. HUMPHREY jf.alnyor. tleriguated half of ( on a map or plat of suit! (own a**'rl* Nofu ;.1

i til Dry Goods and 'Groceries. Grocery store qn the either 'Engraving*. Persons may effect insurance on their own lives Attest half of Block No. i 3. bounded Sottih by fire &.u

m (Ground Hoof of,the Oily Hatr|,. Dry Goods Store, I' The mezzotints and steel l engraving, one of which, and the lives of others. A married woman can in- AL R. A.NDr.tn.Cletk. ._ I said .lock', Lust by 2d start. We.t by 3. .

Charlotte street Howard's Budding. at (fast, appear jn very number are unrivalled fore cure the life of her husband the benefits of which are i Illrtellorth. 1ain street, owned( by .tae: lieu; !

,t MUM :. Z{ JY1: finkhnnUeaers\ ( in Fan I beamy. Jn illustrations, as well as. reading mat secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or chil Extracts from Proceeding* City : Unless .
.4 ( (Joods, & oppqje( the, ""JqfI'olel.' on Kqatide i indeed, tliU/ail I agaz'me is withoot an equal. In f tact, d reo. Council. "_ lal lr- lares and expenses are paid before. flay el

Charlotte .tr e,. thit i is thf/aitly iUutfroUd Magazine in the country Clergymen and all others dependent I upon ale, f W\IIB folU-wing Resolutions were t'ien: severally The above -

t re4rniB| |. Dealer Grqteries{ Precisions,&c, which ,has tteadily; inareasc'l tit err illation every >ries specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource Q. introduced and adopted, nnmdy : of September oIeTI. poslnoned to he( first DiOmay

qroef qf Qqql1al\d dt. George street. year, which proves 'how superior it is. whereby their surviving fa miles may be secured Resolution 1st nexi.

B. J. QciVlT' Watch maker aqJ Jeweler, on Tcrwts---CUcnptntl .f All. rom the evils penury. Jletolted by the Mayor and Aldermen in Council "I R.= T. BOYD sh enfi and ex-ofT:

4 fieorgf arreet. nenrly; oppositp office of Ur.Peck. I "I '. PamllaIet.rxpll1nnlory of the principles of Mutual convened -'That the Ordinance oh-lMtins bathing Tax Assessor*nd Collector t. c.
fl.o,. Nel. One copy for one year, 2 dollars ; for three copies! 5 within certain Palatka January 1st. Ib53. ,
." ftelliJef''of Coots, Shoes, Caps/ .dollar for five Lift Insurance,and illustrating its advantages with limits thereto tprcified' passed I lh,* .
Hats( and Dry Jqqda, ea.st side qf Cl' rjotter street, ; 10 copies dollars 7 dollars and fifty cents' ; forms of application,may be obtained at the office 01 3lsl' of July, IS43, be nmended by inserting iiiMiietl.ateiy -
for fur sixteen
corner of'Charlottestreet' eight copies ; copies 20 dollars. Wall of alter the word "b tht" in the Tax'oilceaor'>. Salcv
'Treasury L. ne., Company, 35 st., or any of its agents? second line ot
L Cq"rt"He tart PRMIUMS: FO CLUDS.-To TRUSTEES> ; : except m- by law I
Hear the Fort. Cubs the following repay prisons getling Jos B Collins, David C Col Jen, ,uihin; the eucloture or nail of a regular and de expose fur safe before the: Court IJoitfep t

t Join Utino. Rqqt maker. Charlotte. reel| pear be given up :- .tFar, a club of three splendid or five Premiums, trill Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, 'icently constructed Bath.n: House and it was likeMi Palatka. on the first Monday of July next.tlie.alurr
? the a premiumplate ing described
City Hotej. '
( 'e RreoNeJ, that said Ordinance
R U McCuw'y, Win Belts be further so properly or IIU murk tltrreof will
J6by24 I inches as pat
Michael "liellir"q-.O.biqe' Mater Charlotte -a magnificent ofl!r. ror a Fred Winston Joseph amended and alt -redns to read) thus, (to wit) any tlifstate and county taxes and '
+ club of eight, q copy of the Magazine for 1823, For Blunt Iheff'onlO uccewary expense*iw
; street.tMlaw Temuerance Ha.(I. violating this section of this r.it.
/ C 'V Faber, Isaac G person ordinance: 'halt
a club Qf sixteen, an extra for Pearson
Burials Qliverqi. BIack Sn ith and Guq Smith copy 1353, and pr on runv'ction' before the Mayor if white gal acres 3J rjl-la-id
r'1iull1 plate ilddi i9q, John P Yelverton, Henry Wells! t a person, cronieii to D. A four,bt-
pear the, North Qate of the City forfeit and for the first offence 'm% an tor.nanpl3!
Addressed, pat.'paid, to Theo Sedgwick, Win Moore, pay a fine of Five range 37' and bounded North by
--r-. Stacy B Collins Zebedee dollars, with all! costs which may accrue 'n the col{ "iiljlic: laiuU! South nnd West by liie
IIARLC9J.PETFRSON: Cook River)Sl- JOttol4 ,
Bowling Jilt,. Lijuort and Refrtthmenlt, by No. P8 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, ; John II Swift, Jona Miller, !action of said fine and for each ,Subsequent{ offence jod' last publiC Innd..
F.Bridier.Ci.y Hotel.
Philip Gomez. John Wadstyorth David AComstock#, a line of,' Ten dollars, with costs as aforesaid and if U"h'ttll aUt'&al":('p nieU f'paid: roretiD: )'ofsnle,
Retailer Liquors, Refreshments; S M a negro or mulatto on conviction atoll J '
TO Ltt.ltGE' PLiiIV'i'LltSing Cornell. Robert trespass a- is M> neJ
{kc., Charlotte ShuyUr, mhleMle I stP to the first Moodsy
ttrcet .
l garnet thia ordinance the
ofP""OUridier' how GOUT M Wilkins James Chambers oflt-nder shall receive twentyfive of $' amber next.
AUey.. ,, Valuable Tracts of Land for'Sulc.: John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, stripe on the bare back.Resolution. R. T. BOYD
.. f HI liE subscriber of the ex-oC
1,1. -j j.1 as Agent several owners Fred Whittlesey Moses II 3d Tax
Grinnell. Assessor
/.1, STAGE OFFICE; JL offers for sale some of the most vqlu.able lands 1 Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker Ketohed, That hereafter until otherwise pro v i PaL'lka, Jan. 1st, 185,,. and Collector r.r.V

Office rf al. .fiqq( \tGi':I agc. DdJ er'i City in East Florida, to wit : John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh, deJ,a lax of six and n quarter septa per day hch-vi'd .

i fgte1( t ', I 800 acres valuable hammock land, West ofFlem- Walter Joy, Francis Lathrap and collected for each fetal) in the Fish market,led Tax: ColloctorS Sale.'

I -,_. ington known as the Gibhs Lands in Marion Co., Alfred Pell. J 0 Thatcher, ; %nd occupied i in tl.e vending'of Fish ; and it is here > YfVirtue of the power vested
1100 acres near the AIacbua Savanna, known as by made the duty of the City Marsh.il examine' --J al all in m. by law I
c. CHURCHED, the Carey Grant. JOSEPH B. COLLINS, Preddr nj. all! fish brought to the market and with the tnlal' expose for salts before the Court How is
( concur a, the
ISAAC first
N4m4a' 1400 acres in San Felascp Hammock ABBATT, Secretary. rence of on Mo CtQolic. Chunh.: Northai-le! MonumeD'Illare. near New JOSEFH any two discreet and disinterested ng described
BLURT, Counsellor. persons property or much
nansville known the so thereof is will
\ as Lawton Lands f whom he may select to unite with him in rite pay
state antic
G. R. FAIKBANKS any eta u- *
Fpiaeop4l( C+l rrck. South aide{ Monument sq uare. Several thousand acres good and in the Arre- q 16th.; Agent St. Augustine Fla. tion he may make) hall condemn all such 'iith If Prtd'u.dJ C4urc(. Qd dondo Grant. maybe unsound and ucfit for
8l Uecr e .st rest. use-and from and
south of Uiesqqa.re., .. 700Q acres on Halifax River, South of St. Augustine after the passage of this resolution, no sale of fish 150.iacrei3d rate land double taxed granted to Job1'id
.,t MetAodiatFpjecop4CChur4 St. George ,Known as the 0ulnw Plantation having 800 Notice.A + shall be ninde, either openly or lf'lOn.being section 40, private ,uC'r Ya ilj\toaat*
covertly until the
Hear 'th.e. 'q gftoUsi House I : street acres of open' land suitable for cane and cotton II persons are hereby forbiden from tresspass- market beU has been regularly rung and sale "rltip. 8 (apse"2. ?, and bounded. on all to rib"publil .
.r t ; 4 And several other bcdies of .tJl made any III'l\cb., \ '
hammock Ian on JnjfUpon or cutting any tiniber on the tract of in violation of this prohibition, is hereby >
j t -
TRRM8UP, COURT, E.\B1'ERN ."CIRCUITFor navigable waters. land known as 6OOO acres lying on the East side dared to be utterly void, and no: entitling the purchaser Unless taxes and f'i nstl are. i J before day .r
r I Ok' F1)1IIUq.uttrto.atu. The titles{ 'are undoubted opd terms low-.Apply of St.Johns River between what was formerly known to a preference over any oth r ,individual who .ale. -

to GEO. U. FAIUUANKS.( as Mures place opposite Pilatka and fluena'Vista may be present at and aflf r5 the ringing of taid bell The above sale h i postponed the firs t Monday
Feb 23, 1852 St. Flori pirt of a of of .
Augustin-, Jti. giant 15OOO acres mad to John and propose for any ash he may see and desire to September next.
the Counties o/Qrangeand St. Lucie IIUtrl ..and being the same COOO purchase and any I:. T. ,
at Mel acres sold i0 person Belling list either BOYD. sue rifTanJ rx>, %
School openly
nrille, ou the first Tuesday in April in each and Francis J. Avice, by John Huertas-As all said land or ctvertly, contrary to the intent and meaning of Tax Ataes brranJ Colictorf! ?
very year. Ineys.Geography and Atlas. Woodtride do is claimed by me as guardia of this (
C"tortes M. A VICE. interdiction' shall on conyiction before the Pnuka,3'anuary fat, It+53.
For the County of Sumpter,.at o\danumeoq the and do, Peter Parleys d.o, Smiths new Grammar DIARY N. A' !CE or be fined in quadruple the vahie of fish May sold _

second Monday( in April m .each and every year. Olneys History of the United Stales, Webster's St. Augustine May 14th. 1853. by him, with costs of prosecution. any so Tax Collector1 Sale.

For the county of Putnam,at l' h'lkathird Tuesday speller class book.griirtshaw and Denser, Walker's history Gnv-ce.do Dictionary, southern dii of Rome first "fiettlwd.' ; That hU Honr. the Mayor, be nee- :i3 Y ytrtl1 ptthe power vested in me :bylaw !
(Iq April in. each Claret Wine &c. ted to invite the attention of snail
and Lieut.
every year do du of United States enlish M. L* Smith, of expose for sale before the Court Iloose i*
rea pictorial
&, For the county Qf S(ario an' t Oval 4, fourth Monday ling book do primmer,do render, school reader spel, da-' ,A very .superior Claret Win, bottled in quarts now the United in this States Topographical Engineer Corps, Palatka, on the first Monday: of July nex.t,the folio**
pf April 1, \ bolls arithmetic, slates, lea J peactb;'ink, letter paper, and pints also 10 boxes Claret Wine,Imported of Canal City and (who tie! understood is on a described propt'rt y,or IG much thereof as wilt pay il'estate .

For the county oj f AUchua l at Ne"QlDIVil 'Wafers' quills, steel pens, note paper; toy books tc.B. Sherry, Madeira and Port''' Wine, Cordial Scotch tour Surrey in" our State) to the ground and county tues and the necessary expenses doe
| intervening between thereon
J1'It'Ioda'lD My. ; .E. UARR.i Ale, Porter Philadelphia Ale and Porter, ongrea the head of !!stanza Hirer, and to wit.

For the of Clttrgbiaorgbia i March 26th 1853. Water,Choice Principe and otherBrand !Segars,Aro- }lows HmUh"9 1 Haulover"Creek, the head of Halifax River, at "Br'* 1G acres third rate land grenl a( to It.# S. Df%-
county .at Alligator and to ask that
the he
Dew will if
oq mantic Honey Tobacco.Pmes SnnfT consistent ter, double taxed and advertised for o*
aeccn4 of nonpayment
Monday A"/ n
/ ; j I )tOOO BOOK: AGENTS Al'T Ili D, kar and Cut Tobacco. oklag with his other arrangements examine the same,with taxes for the year 1852, being in township, li range-

For the county cf Nassau! tit Nass a 0,H.. on the TO SELL PICTORIAL AND OTHER USEFUL, C. E. CAF R. a view to ascertain the practicability of opening a 26, bounded North. East and West by public land

l Wednesdaj before the.fourth Monday ;h May.| WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1853. -I S t.Augustine June 4th 1853. water communication to connect I those two poitns sand nd South by the River Su Johns. ,

For the of on' the 6I",000: DOLLARS A YEAR amination. taxes a/nf expenses tea paid before Jsyol
fourth Monday May. Patent :
sale. -
in every county of the United G. HUMPHREYS
llr For thec-Junt of Su John1",, at St, AtUputine on WANTED active and enterprising meni to EtICA 11VST.\' IINIME11'T Mayo The shore sale is postponed la the first Monday of I
Ito seco 4 Monday in Jane. engage celebra'ted -
\ ;
j in the sale'of. scone of the best fooksieuartry ia the .tjt for drseases of the ]Io Hair Dye. September next. '

FJUXTERX, To men of good address, poase rain a McMoms Elixir of Opium. R, T. BOYD, Sheriff and ex officioTax .1
small capital of(from 825 to 0100 such Davis Improved lipid Hair DyeThia is a capital! Assessor and Collector r. c.
For te orun.1(\1 c f Orange and St. Lucie, third. inducements PainiK31ervegetable au inatantaneoos IUd I
Tneadajr. before *the first Monday in November' will; be offered as to enable them to make from $7 Circulars with th@ AOOYO can* be had Dye and no trouble See directions. It is lxrpta Went Palatka,January 1st 1853. -

'(which for th> year 1 tom. will be the 18ih October to 85 a day profit. BrandrtUi's POk, MofEata Pills ed and if not satisfactory be warrant
'XT! TV Boob published by ns are all useful : returned. It! dies ei Received by the Carolina,kams,corn,oats_
nor the of jn :5trong'sI'U, Janes then black brown JUST .
Po.tMm or
P county on tht last Tuesday Medicines as desired try it.
their character, extremely lead,linseed molasses
ofturpcntine nafl
lit popular, Had command ,
1 before the Monday in November (which for the large vale wherever they nestoctcYermtitioePoinsettsLoz e B. E. CAR l:. honey bacon ch
are oftf-red. tr .yrup ,sugars,pork, ,MIDI,beef, ec.
) May
1853 of Fitcb..8ledicmc. 14. 1853.
> will( lit .
*' year *, November. For further particulars address Ayers Cb Pectoral .I crackers bread
r (postage paid), Town nd'a floor soap candles, itarca, indigo
.''.%For the county Sumpter,oa the fourth Ned aesti ROBERT :SEA 118, PUBUSMB, Cod LiTer SarSap Sands do rasions, almonds,currants, citron, tea, cassa.spices,

.y in November (which for the )& 1653, will be 181 William Street, New York. .,Gum Oil, Gelatine. Li 7 nonce, K3 gjt6ne also White Ime"or white washing, 'very good pepper, tobacco Began snuff and leaf brooms. tobt

\;e 53d Noten1ehY February 5th, 1853.! Arabie tic. um, wash Brushes,Coloring, paints.' Al washboards; pails, baskets, fiabJioes. maw boxes. 1
2. Copperas
t July Glue
; See. .
B. E. &
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