The ancient city
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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: August 6, 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: UF00048575:00146

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I: ae OF THE tlVIV J and depart, she agreed to admit him. Besides, TH12 THREE GIFTS .
OR ; The Legend of Illwussle.
I ,- IIIII.n EVERY SATURDAY AT the man was.well dressed and alone, so there was OB ..
w Sf. Johns Female Intrepidity. little to fear from him. The stranger wished The Man that wouldn't'' Trust his A correspondent of the Savannah (Jour r.
I' Comity Flo. It was in the 1832 towards, Wife. writing from the Blue Ridge Habersham
year the close pf himself to take his horse to the stable and county,. .
B. remained
1.lwi.. 'f JI. CAHQVA, November; a light snow mingled with sleet, was a long time examining and the There was once a poor weaver who became Ga., under dajte of July 3d, says ,the people of

i:-7W 1 X&&zrr aamfjpi to ad ranee.4i whirled about by the :wind, and pierced through noble steed which had arrived the previous admiring eve known three rich students, who seeing that I that part of Georgia are very simple in their

atiaued until all arrearages are I every crevice of a road side inn, situated between ning in a manner so unexpected. While break- the man was very poor. gave him for.his housekeeping manners, and remarkably attentivoj&f .r&.w Horntorg- and Eoitvrell. on the frontfer ) a hundred dollars. Tho Many of them residft i at tile option of tho P tblsher. of the fasting, he asked weaver was ; the fearful
:I questions about the inn : ,
duchy of Bscben Indiana and rf' '}:IIrI: l. ':
the \Sir %
rI sued tmtdrertisers' and its overjoyed gift, resolved on employing "ucrd fi mlr f" "trinlr
owners-inquired whose was the horse coiament
.,..,. Q TWOtetranlel3..!tfrifen bjad.weather b it to the grea advantage, but wpMdflrstfor a th??. .Ser, nu tXjI.'I1tC hag beet

k '\ the shelter this hu he" e ""_. be r1i rr ..., ,cb 4 : tujt&iea&t J4ieyesbn..the shiolHZnuwar., He o III mnkc it one of the most d asof '" .., t14Mt
abe ting their hunger and weariness ? ? ;:; tA i.' ("t """ ft'forl f r the InenliJ! iq the U' >Ka '. nt mk\
In'tho'comforts 0 $ lt
of.all decTftc2( r yens w 1'ltl'IIU wi!1be! ft'tlif..d I .,t/ .
Ala ei paid for be- of the hearty repast of smoked beef The hissing ture, and ended"by confusing all I happened t from t cesl 'h. 'I'! will I cl.II .i.sr oi 'Ule reply- F rI :

flea, A regular customer. By and roaring of a lar stove contrasted agreeably She instantly felt neeof sne was alone. ed the money where no one would nkor looking Cataw-4..r.n.tirlnnkeN.n/wwnl. .. .. .. :...... ....v.......... lr..i.t'.1._....;:., ""\I.. T.1IAIt,., R
a vague s : having committed of those Uu-' ,
acct the requisite turn may be in the travelers cars with the loud moaning of. sonic imprudence for'the stranger listened fbr It, tuunaly, among some old rags. One the Jn l by ;' ;you or not ubeihall. think

sardUcd with the advertisoits the north wind without, and disposed them still to her with singular; attention, and seemed to day, while he was out, a- rag collector came to sou among of the .Inr r.( onalct
more to the enjoyment of the good things within. the house, and his wife sold him the whole bun prmcJpalh.'Jaid the disgraced 'omcer
take a greater interest than simple in and ".
The Innkdeper and.J his wife curiosity dle of for few Now there captured a large >,
for rags
not marked with tUo b&d. their only what she was saying.. The breakfast was pence was grief Catawba tribe. \

required, will be continued domestic a young girl of Baden, whom they had to the utmost length At last, after a prolonged few otheart, when the weaver.returned, and his wife, Among the captives w'ancondltional t .pardon.
' 1w. brought from childhood. Kettrel full of joy, showed him tho trifle of she ,. ..*,
elurgcd for. up for such unimportant questions, tho traveler desired tho money first Chief of the Catawbas,V reply of Mar-
Ie. will be was her name, was a t boat herself, housekeeper got for the old rags. I the Pretty Fawn. A hero .t ou' :
charged for all an.pf servant girl to bring him a bottle of wine. Ket- When had I young ontF-t.k.t
candidates for office; to he paid and maid foist mistresa, cook in the kitchen, trel rose to obey ; but on reaching the cellar -year passed, the three students keesfc whose name was NOTLET or tht"'"dufiny ''r.
came again to find the
hoping in comfortable
valet de chambre to:the ; wearer
stray visitants in the JiaruinaMi was instantly with
captivated the
i found that tho stranger followed her, and turning circumstances ,
instead of
(Debtors and Creditors, $7 00 best room, groom in the stable-the hardy, and around ho saw the glitter of a pistol handle, him than and which they found majestic beauty and graceful manners of the royal

r fs. +r Letters of Administration, 5 00 good humored German: girl fulfilled all) the duties through; his vest Her presence of mind failed for this poorer,he informed ever,them on of expressing his misfortune.worTcler captive, and was overwhelmed with delight, upon

i fa dismissal! as Admr. 10 00 vants.usually shared' by a Urge, establishment of ser her not at this critical moment. When they had : After warning him to be more careful future finding that his I love was reciprocated by the

aotioes !for private benefit will he reached the foot of the stairs she suddenly satins they' him another hundred ; object of his heart's adoration. With two atten. t*
the rates of Ten o'clock struck, and the travelers having gave Now dants, he presented himself before the Catawba
w treble advertising.AQ guished the light, and stood up against the wall ho thought he would be
will finished their supper, drew nearer tel the more prudent, so with- warrior,*who happened to be absent .
F I reUgioos notices be inserted gra- that had group, The man, muttering imprecations, advanced & ont saying a word to his wife, he hid the when his:
rI collected roimd} the stove, Father HofT- few money town was taken by-the Cherokees from whom
steps, groping way. Kettrel, profiting'by in dust tub. ;
a and this time
AH bSs for Jpb kirk, the minister their host and ; it fell out just as on he demanded his r
printing must be paidirery Dome neighbors this movement, re-mounted tho steps agile the former occasion. His. wife daughter in marriage. The

or the work. who had entered by chance. The conversation and noiselessly, closed and bolted 4ho door exchanged the proud Catawba, lifting high his war club, knitting
upon ashes with dustman for
a two
AH letters on business and turned on the fearful and murderous events or three pieces of his braw and his ,
curling with
comtntU =- the pretended traveler, and then barricaded herself soap while her husband lips scorn,
; be pott paid, to receive attention. of which the neighboring forest had been the in an upper chamber, .there to. await her customer.! When ho returned was just and gone out to a declared as She Catawbas drank the waters of 1
I scene, and each one:had his own story to tell, master's arrival. was of the East, and the Cherokees the waters of the
the bargain of tho ashes, he was so enraged that '
surpassing the rest in horror. 'Father Hoffkirk Kettrel had not been minutes-cnsconsc-d West when this daring lad could find where ':
many he his wife
... .... .. .... .. was among the foremost in terrifying his audience pave beating. these Waters united then and
I in her retreat, when a fresh knocking resounded When another year had passed, the three Mudents I not until then,

.: LOVE TIIEE.k by the different adventures all more or less at the inn door, and she perceived there two UK came: for the third time, and found the 1: might the hateful Cherokee unitejwlth the. dough; _

: 1 love thee, cleariie thee, tragical. Tho worthy father had just finished a looking men, who asked her what had become of weaver in rags and misery. They said, throwing ter of the great Catawba.
horrible Undismayed turned
A.the floweret (ores the dew, story of robbers-quite a chef d'autre & traveler who had been there a short time before. at tho same time a piece of lead at his feet, of the, Notley away from the
in its The of the presence Hiwossie. and resolved
way. scene legend little
At the ttoonWtnti lore the hiltawSwelling + was a From their description of his appearance the "Of what use is a nutmeg to a caw? to give thee
more than a gun shot from the inn door it search for a union of the eastern with the western .
bfsmiful and filet. ; was young girl immediately discovered that the per money again, would prove us to be greater fools riot
a tradition, unfortunately but waters, which, at that time, was consideredan
At the rainbow ores the cloudlet ; an ancient gibbet son sought for was tho stranger whom she had than thou art. 'Y&will never come to thee'ag.Lin

'f bat lira lumbering io the air-% which still remained on the identical spot gave l locked in the cellar-nevertheless, she thoughtit : !* Thereupon they went away in anger, impossibility.! Descending the, Blue Ridge
to the narration air which is known to divide the waters
of the
D.1talloYe thy sunny brow an of gloomy veracity, whichno most prudent to make no admission on the and. the weaver picked. up the piece of lead and At- sr
Fir,, and fair one dared to question. This place was, in On her lantic from those of the Great West, and follow :
bright subject refusing their request: to open laid it on the window silL-Soon after his neighbor its

IN sunshine and In dcrhtn- truth, made formidable throughout the provinceas the door the two men threatened to scale the entered the room, he- was 9 -mennan-bade ing wrndmgcourses he could frequently find

., sorrow and In CUT- \ being, it was said the rendezvous of a troop of 'wall. The poor girl trembled with.fear; for she "him good day, and said, ""My friend, have you !springs within running few each way, .and having their
.. bandits who held there: every night i their mystcie know that could scource a paces of each other; but
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easily accomplish their perchance a piece of lead
-.u.-Lsro. ,_.:' ..........-a.I lte-.*.rwu .IDNUna..j..__.... or anything heavy, tills was not'what he wanted.
tires : "ggPGtedbjjtTOunivfrtfm ....
lore eturtneahre.tlfd : tnac-Wp' J! ti-' I'o I z.-.L ..
All the guests were still under the influence of windows of the lower story m iperplexity, ]noinmg at natw"irrwhece ,, 15-=J't-=-now-. Daps f lc AY 't't01 }td'.1Wz lwt.;;
thorns '
frsgrant ,
/ or the terror which the story of Father Iloffktrk Kettrel looked around her, and Her eye fell on a of lead which the students bad left, for gy and pr severance would be rewarded; but on i
/ sadness or glee
i ii i ullird had caused, when one of the travelers before mentioned musket that hung from the' Kali, a relic of her which the fisherman: thanked him, and promisedthat a certain day, when ho was nearly exhausted, he
Tby an+ countenance
Is tttr pare bright to me. offered" to bet two ducats that no one daredto master's younger days. She seized it,and point- he should,have in"return..the first large fish came to a lovely spot on the summit of the ridge. I'j

set off at that moment to the fatal pot, and I rig the muzzle out of the window, cried out that he caught. "Very well,** replied; the weaver, Here he resolved to repose, during the sultry

1 L lore thee, wildly lore three, trace with charcoal a cross on the gibbet. The she would fire on the first man: who attempted to "but' it is not' worth speaking about. Soon after portion of the day. Ij ,

1j And 1 would this sentence brief very idea of such a proposition increased the ascend. the fisherman actually brought a fine fish Seating himself upon the ground, and thinking I,
j Were written with the crystal dew of robbers-for such five and upon Hiwassic, he saw three fawns moving
fears the company.A Tho two they were, couldno weighing four or pounds, obliged his young -

Upon etch tender Irsf. long silence was their only reply. Sudden. longer be doubted-struck dumb at the Right neighbor to accept it !{e immediately<< cut up towards a small lake the stream of which i i "

I would that it were murmuredBy ly the young Kcttrel, who was. quietly spinning of fire arms where..expecting no resistance; they the fish, and found a great stone in his belly.- was rippling at hU feet, and whilst they were I iI 't I l ll

the laughing meadow streams in the corner, rose up and accepted the bet, asking ,brought no weapons, and confounded at arch intrepidity This stone the_weaver also laid on the windowsill sipping the pure drops from the transparent pool, lr
That it might dwelt In all thy thoughts.
her master's consent at the same time. lIe went away uttering the Most fearful In the evening when it hecaro.0 dark, the our hero found himself unconsciously creeping

A.claU thy glowing die-am and his good wife at the first refused alleging menaces, and vowing to return again in greater stone began to shine, and the darker it grew the towards them. Untaught in the wiles of danger, ,! =
f I woulJ that every happy bird the loneliness of the place, in case of danger;but force. In spite of her terror,ou / heroine remained : brighter the stone became, and just like a candle. the little fawns gave no indication whatever of fi fL L f

j .Os every bUd aDd tree this fearless damsel :persisted, and was at last firm at her post. An ho / passed away in.thisyritical I That's a cheap lamp," said the weaver to his retiring, Notley had now approached so near, i

I WoeJd sing it to thee softly suffered" to depart. position. At the girl perceivedher wife: "wouldst thout not like to dispose of it as that he expected in a moment by one leap, to lay !

Vet with warble wild sad tree.I Kettrcl only requested that the inn door should master: and friends coming in sight, accompanied thout didst the two hundred dollars" and he hold and capture one of the smallest of them

wo.4d that every zephyr be left open until her return and taking a piece) by the Burgomaster and some officers. placed<< the stone so that it illuminated the whole when to his surprise, he saw another stream

nit comes from oVr the Ira of charcoal, to prove onjthe morrow that she had The brave .Kettljl'rushed to the door, and her room. The next evening a merchant chanced to running outof the beautiful lake down the western

,! t Would bear upon its bosom 1, really visited the spot, stre rapidly walked toward fear amounting almost to despair, gave place to ride pass the house, who on, seeing tho brilliant side i<< of the mountain. Springing forward with tho .,

..rJ r Those burning*words. frC to thee. I the gibbet When close beside it,she started theiive1iestj joyC To the wonder and admirationof stone, alighted and entered the room, looked at bound of a forest peer, aud screaming. with frsntio

f0 w CwnIT: .UCCL-In the spring of the I fancying she heard a noise ;-however, aftera all, she related what had happened ; the Bur.. it, and offered ten dollars for it. The weaver an- joy, he exclaimed, "Hiwauic! Oh! Hlvauiet

yetriaei, i pair of crows made their nest in a moment of hesitation, she stepped forcrard, go nlls.ter. specially lavished on her the wannest swered, "that it was not for sale.1 "What, not I hatefiwul it /" this spot is within a few 1.

toe&of Web there are several planted round the ready to take flight' at the least danger. ,The praise ,for her heroic conduct,, The officers went for twenty dollars?" "Not even for that," re mile of Clayton, !in Rabun county.
his he
accomplished set out for
!win of a gentleman whose. veracity unques noise was renewed. Kettrel listened intently, in search of the robber, whom Kettrcl had imprisoned plied the weaver. The merchant, however kept the residence of tho Catawba Chief,
tiftBtUe" ,sad who, being unacquainted altogether and the sound of a horse's feet struck upon her with so much address and presence of on bidding and bidding.for the stone, until at last
by one warrlor.and fortunately for the
J **b the theories of philosophers, has of course ear. Her terror prevented her at first from see; mints, After a short resistance he was bound he offered a thousand dollars, for the stone was the enterprise, hejnet the beautifu -f sucr"of % ellent as' .1 I t ti

BO ftferfte hypothesis to support In his mom log how near it was to her-that the objectof: and secured and soon after recognized as the a precious? diamond,and really worth much more. with some confidential attf<< ,*:ay.ofe eiTf.iieiffrom ,

lie.&.he was often amused by witncsfing fear was fastened to the gibbet Itself: Shook chief of a band of robbers who had for some time Now the weaver struck the bargain, and was the her father's reside. '

bm eeo&ats betwen them and a cat Onenoralag .courage, darted forward j and traced the cross. I' spread terror over theicountry, His men,. wandering richest man inlhe vil "'CHis wife would have that her father was int Mrg..' ZYLSTRA- S

the battie raged more fiercely than usu At the same instant the report of a pistol, showed without a captain were quickly taken or the last word and took much credit to herself that he would not re..:'Fig Pnst .rrUDeI,BiUtfstboic8 I

i. ttiac last the cat gave way and took shelteripfcr her she had been noticed. Dy a movement IS dispersed. The Burgomaster decided that the saying-1-"See, husband, how well it was that ]I with i obaccn, French Cordials, Almonds
horse and valise which contained a large number threw the twice for thou hast me you toj; A5e, Porter Cider Willet Drandy '
unloosened the horse away money -
s hedge as if to await a more favorable op swift as thought ;/ leaped "but nv f't"i _
pnaiiifcUj of retreating to the bouse. The rowaMf..e4 on the saddle and' fled like lightening. She of gold pieces, should be given to the young Ket. to thank far this goodjuck.Apparition .., r1agC.,. wax. .II. e. UAK u.

I i ilea a abort time to make a threatening) was pursued ; but 'redoubling her speed, she trel, whose courage had so powerfully contributed of a Slain Soldier. No Jan. 15th 1833. .tN hits. th t:-+ tI

tilt...Tfag that oa the ground they could do reached the inn yard, called out to them to, close to rid the country of a banditti: who had infested Here is a story that seems to rest upon the distant.. IcuoJJ.I--rl' *" there' .( muu*.<**iw; ... '>

-{%tifeg mere than threaten, one of them lifted a the gate, and fainted away. When the brave it for so long a time.. ... most undoubted evidence, for facts have followed should di1\ti artul'u.. Ifd cne, and you'shan't have ..... .-

put trees the middle of the garden, and pc ooh- girl recovered from her fright, she told her surprising v AXECODTES or MOXKETS.-* Of monkeys, tho it i Colonel Bacon with two other officers of beautiful lake,!k t r" : : I ,

II.Mi H oa a tree planted In the hedge where, story, and, was warmly congratulated on Brussels'Herald says:-"The imitative propertiesof the name of Deacon and Steel, were stationed in ley met the CAw.;;: near 'be tniei :- ,, p1I9 I

I tae sat wtitcMng the motions of the enemy of her her courage and presence of mind. All admired the monkey tribes are well known. Two monkeys America' some years before the American war. once Informed him i of his wonderful dirC ;r'-

ytay.! As the cat crept along under the hedge the horse, which was of striking beauty. A small of the larger sort, kept by a naturalist, became Colonel Bacon was sent up the country to quellan and offered to conduct him to the place..
in attached to the saddle but insurrection of the natives the two others The chief almost chocked with accused
crew accompanied! her by flying from branch leathern valise was ; perfectly tamed, and were the familiar com ; re. rage r

)I to bnaeh and from tree to tree; and when ai Father Hoffkirk would not suffer it to be opened panion of the gentleman's household. One of oWned behind. A very short time after the Notiey with the Intention of deceiving him, to

j tat pest ventured to quit her hiding-place, the except in the presence of the Burgomaster, these, the female, used to enter the kitchen s ata Colonel's departure, Deacon and Steel were sleepIng .. get 'him near the line of territory where the

.!..w, leaving the trees, and hovering over her On the morrow which was Sunday, the Innkeeper certain time of day take the broom
(II fetfiir, let the stone drop Harass high oa her his wife,i) and their guests, all setoff for sweep the kitchen put coals on the dire, and set when Colonel Bacon entered the 'room, some said he, "as you have spared my daughter, so I-

&ek.-Jeu4 QUaningt the neighboring town, where they intended, after\ the tea things in as good order AS any servant hours after the gentlemen bad been in bed.I .- will I spare you and permit you at'once to des .. p

s .. the service, to acquaint the Burgomaster with maid could do. This exceeds .the sagacity of I Steel (a light burning in the room) perceivedhim Part; but I have sworn you shall never marry
Dtvettrt PoTA1'Oa-A. clergyman in \ .. '
tats w enter and expressed much surprise to see my daughter, and I can't swear falsely, 'Y01tcan't 1
the but evening advents; tveurei, ten SOlO the dog or elepl&it and as the monkey tribe "
eose of aa orguinentive sermon found it neces17 the Colonel told him that he swear: false," exclaimed Notley ''Then.
guardian of the house, was advised not to admit, have large developments of the organs of imitation, him return so soon;
Co express his disagreement, upon some been killed the by the next moment he. disappeared in a thick
return. a was now no more, having by natives
berlmaater's Many
until truth of
one young it also the phrenology. Another
.fefa point with those who bad published exghmttoniofthe any have trembled at being in her: sltua proves early in the action; that his reason for his forest. That night brought no sleep to the Ca.
girl would small monkey, kept by a British consul in this
passage in question : he accordifV servant maid baring seen appearing was, to request Steel to find his infant tawba Chief, for Hiwassie did not return. _Pur
this I
tion but young country once at a largo consular dinner party
spcte u ( Slaws :"Commentators., for the ; suit made in vain. He his
set about her son, who was then in England; and him was saw daughter no
disappearfearlessly the and to the
the party entered jumping on
room con
.M put, do not agree with me.A tanner in datievrfngbg with a light hit "d I, where to find his will. He then left the room ; more. Notiey, bounding through the mountains,
shoulder toakoff' his and '
household attire it
tt.parish, who had listened to the discourse, ape wig put Into Steel asked his friend Deacon if he had seen or soon met his beloved Hiwassle. Solemnixin'g the If I--

?.***4 the next morning in the clergyman's a dear Twice, some pious hymn which her kind the.fire, to the, great amusement of the company.1' heard or seen anything, to which Deacon replied, marriage according to the customs of their coitus \1 :
mistresa hod taught her, .fAn .. that he bad seen the apparition, and had heard try, they'led a retired life among the mountainsfor
.aAf, bringing with him a sack portly dimen when there camea |Sam, why an) lawyers like fshesJ""I every syllable of what had passed. Returning three years; and upon heating of the death of

..., w4ich he begged the rector to accept, tel- : hour had scarcely passed don't meddle wid dot subject""Why to England, they found every circumstances ex- his father Notiey settled in the beautiful valley

fcf Mat at the same time that "He had heard him knock on the outer door. It was a traveler OIJhorsebi.ck kale dey am fond of debate. actly with'the apparition's account, and the affair of the river, on the western side of the mountain .

is hk that cwnon tatr did not who asked leave to rest for a little was represented to her majesty (Queen and called it Hiwassie, after his beautiful /
.Is.I him a' while. Kettrcl at first refused; but on the promise There is no pride'n heaven, because no corruption Charlotte) who in consequence, kindly adopted spouse. Such Is the legend, as it was told m<* /,
"' him, end eo he brought I thrive infant Authenticated Anecdotes by one familiar 'with this history of the Indian .
the cavaler( that he "wguld only breskfas? is there ,for it to on. the /
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the knowledge of rawing corn in JloriJa. In oris, at hand. The following rcccips may be ufuI so, but often looks stiff, as if done with a by them, thus tracing i.i unman i institutions good\ society_ I mean not the young richnor men to 1:0" 1 I
der to profit by it. it will bo well to review the past pen. the
to some of our female' readers : the engraver's some faint reflection of that divine nisdom I nor the fashionable% b".t the
down name
season. It may: bo set a.ccrtD.inty that 9. Notice imprint or I society of lh
''the CUEMY 1L\nxAUDE.-Rcmo\0 the stones and the border or end of tho which fcshions and gives birth, and the I tho iiitelli&nt e lr
winters an4 springs are dry, bareljr rains which is always near urgcs, And till !/) When _.
enough:in the early pLrt.of tho spring* to bring stalks from the cherries, and rub tJle cherries note; and is always alike, letters small upright, dearest charities of life, and fortifies rbm of the I I Whir} I kn o "oq A

up crops, and that there i is a' regular ti season through a seive; add to this result a little currant and engraved very perfectly. Counterfeiters. sternest, virtues scntimsnts, and principles_ mC2 whose mjre then y ,d inro1fo-
setting in from the last of May to the 10th Or 20th juice,' say half a pint to cVery three pounds of dom do it well. ; convcr4hon cw gatfett

of June. There are gencrally casual showers in' ,cherries;put the whole over the fire, .stirring into NOTE.-It was remarked by Stephen Burroughs which belong to us as men, as p&lriols; dhris- ,_w alwys safe to associafe j t lC
the spring, which would servo to nuke good corn it three quarters of a pound of white sugar to before ho die .
I 1.r 1. planted in the last of January.and tolerable corn every pound of the fruit, 'and boil it until it becomes be perfectly counterfeited-one was the dye are frail-corrupt-.sjl'Jsh! -..-vicioa*--our sue-' J low- and i't vu1gai4jve! thijad ., '
.. in thick jelly it into jars or,moulds and heads &c. 1 I Jong. !
planted February-'-such corn however depends ; pour 'work, or portrait, medallion vignette, teaches the world that'we t
on many casualties ; corn p'antoi from the last when ,it i is cold, spread on the top of each jelly and the other the shading, or ruling;above the !cess as a jScoplcarj! rm.1'tha tafcccnf ift> torflo e AltS

j I to the middle of February i is often bit down by a paper dipped in brandy, cover each jar or mould letters.Rinli, Jibte Reporter. capable self-government The union (and exposition influence *the !xd ,l' .::!: ,. If "

*; pt. :, frosts, and if not destroyed much Injured. That tightly, anil! keep it in a cool and dry place untilit I of the two great: principles "taiiiity! ai( 1 danled from the second to the last week in Fcb- i is wanted. : :
{ ; : progress**, has with trumpet voice procl.ilmcJ,, not
misery I h-j. ,
{ :1'
invariably fails fr 4 make the THEAt1CthT I iTj.rr Y you associate _
niary, by spring CCRRAXT MARMALADE OR'JAM.-This is madein that .we can ca'mly! and discreetly REPEATED. y With fl.WIt
to ,
shomira, and Is much spent before the rainy inteUtgcKt an.l J1)Qttrve for \
seai i the marmalade! excellence
manner, as cherry using .
middle exercise: the highest and most momentous trusts !1
p son sets in. From ths first to the of currants alone, and adding to every pound of strict integrity, and you will never be fo .

J:JI M.rcN'o may: s?t down'As; the propel time for currant pulp n juice, one pound of fine white thatever devolved upon mnthat; we havcyind can: i t fthc ranks! of ''"%.,' ant glJmM''If

.I planting. inept these trusts with! corresponding I
sugar temper, habituate yourself to *
In all l clim.'lt4 gool preparation of the land is 'I a virtuous course, once '
essential to full crops of :orn, but in none so.. RAsruEBinr MARMALADE OR JAM.-Pass the and fixed purpose, guided by the wisdom of well L cure a:love for gcxxl society, an.l no

I much as in this r .jon. Iii: the first place, landwell raspberries through a fine sieve to extract their instructed experience; not however the-yzar.1-1't wonld'be greater than, byacefJenv' PUnishirnest' '

1 prepared before planljnsf stLndi'tbe drought seeds, add to,them their weight in fine white sugar lrotc and timid platform of "precedent"-" for L lafdIyt: associate to'b ,
t than half! and boil them and stir them over the flic with thenf'
but the ,
bettor( plowed land great r capon but the bold broad and I Qe14
diency on
thorough preparation here i in the rapidity until you can J just see the bottom of the stew pan:: I S *, t-A.
of the growth; noL only ofth com, ,but of every treat it as quince marmalade. ----------- aaa--- "progressive" spirit, which animated those, ( -- <. --__ .

"pccies atgra3 flt1'W4Md4, rC'lurlng! a rapd! cuIatism CCRRA.T AND RASPBERRY J ELL .-Pick over a i EQCALITT or FEDERAL RIGHTS AND DETERMINED who dared pledge their lives, fortunes, and sacred j r; Patuaar, Lau F, '

'l1ce the ncesstv of baying: a much quart of red currants, a quart of white currants, i RESISTANCE TO ALL' WHO OPPOSE THEM.. honors, for stability, joint working with I ." :: ..Sr. 4ruu'rh:;; Jun S?;I 1.

; ip .' ::1lf i 1I J.. b1c. Very excellent and a quart of raspberries, put the whole ovcrthe p i P "*. J)1.b'Hf1 harejnsrreeeIvcd TO'.ft'letter t'
; T TP ring the sdil fire, stir them and boil them about ten minutes AUGUSTINE E S1D1STESSThG. .- / the! 2tt1i iustantathl liasteir to repli. "U drI :

.1 PUBLIC' OFFIC S.Cc4li!>s rapidly, thsn: rub them through a seive strain the: : CSLT1'. I sire ttJ know my'views nto thejuditial: eke .

rest Opes Lawrence AlJitu, Post MaY O ilficBiqjherCourtIIoMse. up l liquor w',ilehot through jelly-bag, add a pound I Saturday, August 6th, IS::. IT becomes our melancholy duty to record tic! ) and ths t()tcmllf I h,1l.n ida of runnh" forof j
) M U.a. judicial offiecft.
'. of fine '
wkjtanRQfgir every pj&MLthe liquor,
..r'evr,GeacraZ ..OJie. loJIQVe., : t'SaryeyorGeaeraJ : .bol; -tl s directed jbr apple ellr. MORTOX for scverafefcir decease. of our friend' Mr. ALEXANDER SOIAXA.' ,.*V,7 '. Tho lust inquiry may be verr
, Jane an&l 1foipiiaj 8irre 4rtp4! >' --ParcloD.IrJ ujb pineapples -. plantation at Anzie Island, inthc St. Johns River un-ljr our plan ofan eIecttvejnIk4tr-f '
1.4 n ahcftfettFj to the prcscr7Tnpai with one L posed to'the and
Qf1t1..A. T. Nl; Holster of 3t JIf Judges, rmut be S o.1WI
LanJ-6ffice in; the Court Jlowe.'a, S0lTkot. !-. pound ofith'/wtute sugar to every pound of fruii; :: WE have received through the TreasuryDepartment and on Thursday of last week he with a friend nature shall be reform-Mi and improte ThiI'

7'.1'Xmtell, Receiver, ofiJ lorocarance: I'Itir it and boil it until it i is. ve11] mixed ant thick at Washington, from Prof. A. D. a Mr. ALLCX, crossed over to' the! main 3 land for I not likely to 1 s the cas. but( we safli, __; ..

llouee., ens sufficiently ; then strain it, pour it into the "Bache LL. D. Superintendent of the Coast Survey the purpose cf Deer h mting'. They had started I I WQ are, frail t con'apt, an.sc.h1: h, and the 'e1
Imlg/t oj Pro ll'e. (G.IItfHif'experience of seven jars and when it has become cool, cover therein deer and Mr. SOL\ .\ concealed himself in a f tbn project i is calvulatetl! ; to culti vatb those iaSna. j:
: "., in the Court House. ).jert there can be no lies with ,paper wet in brandy, cover the jars his Annual Report for 1851, and the accompanying a I itios. I f am no bitter than mrfcHoT *: ''
J .,4 "-: .4 Peter B. D"4d1. Clerk Cjcrop thin ours. "< The tightly, and treat them as appla jelly. sketches in bound volumes.: This survey 'thicket expecting the deer to pass that wni. nature arvl proponsit'es! aw similar to theirs wen; Ifr '

;.be 1.Vael;Court' &llou 0VRW.*. -a.l neede-l hero arc dhow p DOMESTIC( : Y EAST.-Boil one pounl 1 of good is a wort of vast importance to the commer While lie was in this position, ILls. companion f' I ned the same chec'w t'> my nt.t :T\1 tC1d ,w4

hc )Q i tJJ Sprins$ Of iron. Flour, a 1-4 lb. brown Sugar, and a little Sa.lt. in cial interests of tho country, and it is prosecuted]I camo \dthin gunshot anJ Mr. SOL.wilHe rising :and incliI ,tion ,,anI tlu-.sc! arc not ta befitia.lii& .
o tlZrCQ: T trop is of pwawant importance 2 gallons of water, fur an hoar; when milk: warm, fnVh his concealment; was mistaken for a our plan of an eleclK'e! ju liciary.It '
with and
.--..Mcy fnj*-planters have heretofore panted p bottle it and cork great industry vigor. is tru ti2! t Jiavasettledret !
it close
and it will Uo fit for poe; thqtrte
.. deer by Mr. ALLEN who shot at him and killed
their corr. with an to getting it offhand 4 ,
eye use in 2 1 hours. One lb. of this yeast will make: I have a right tt) cntcrtiiu an-l
before the push hi cotton. culture therefore plant 18 Ib3. ofbrcaJ. tir: WE are authorized to state that Bt. Lt. him instantly dead. Mr. Allen's feelings can be .-I consiiivT tha pl :}as viuiou.n..t express myopinion. I

as early' a* possible. Wo think this policy Col. UARDEE U. S. JwiIJ remain. in this city during easier imagined than described, at such an awful t till not consent, ta b:);a ar agent in i is? excL..tion. .

should ho abandoned. Corn, if planted in the L \\UsnixG FLUID.-0ncpound Sal Soda, or the,month August, where) he will pay any termination of a days pleasure.! No person hu: ben or will bo .1. tho u.I'
of the farm mike Washing Soda, one pound uns'.acked! Urn dissolved
right season, requires, s to, a
tj the The took about mile from Jy mi t.i uae my aim j on any tu-kjt! IU.\.
sufficiency, and if the |ima consumed in early in water; when settled, mix, together, and certificates issued in favor of men belonging occurrence place a for : stitJon in this State. '

pt&ntingV'u' djvoted [to deep and thorough I add sa'inc quantity to every gallon of water. to the Companies of Capte.. SCAP.E/, PRICE and I the river, and Mr. A.J though.a weakly man succeeded any judicial I am, very truly ... .

Itreakin*'up of the com Jan,1, nnl the cotton was I To MAKE PKIME YI G.\R.-\ correspondent l3rsu. ; in dragging the body to the boat and conveyed yoursB.. .\. PDINAit

i planted: ;l1r&t tim; woull( be saved in tM. pultiva* of the,Ohio Cultivate vouches for the merit of) .4-4; it to Anzie Island.! There being no one on \ -4'+ -.---- .:

'ion of both. the-1 I the following rcccipe for nuking Vinegar:-"Take The"Election of Judges by the Peo the plantation Mr. Allen conveyed body in a A letter to the editor of tha Savannah! Morom*
thorpugti Corn'aateJ'' preparation in of the proper land, season well cultivated, after n... and mix: ono quart of molasses three gallons of t ple- Whig Principles- major Putnom's boat to Palatka, having on the way procured the vt; i, dated Chocochattce. Floridi, July 1
(rain) water, aii'l! ons pint of' yeast Let it ferment Letter.
will yield on tIM gool hammocks, from 85 to -10(I and stand for Dur weeks and will have assistance of an' old man living about 20 says:-

bushels to the acre, and on good mixed and pinelands the best of Vinegar." .you THE letter of Maj. PCTNAM upon the subject t from Anzie Island, Mr. SOL.\ \'g ,body mileS "The country generally, h hall5y ; HOT Ion:

from 20 to&: bujhcls. This we consider .. ._ _.- p an "Elective! Judiciary"*,furnishes the most in- to thh. and interred Sntiirday i it will continue so, I cannot tell. The rainy MI-
as fair yield asfthe best corn countries, where WEIGHTS AXD 1EASC'It; .-As w.all families arc structure illustration of the (diiU-rence of principles brought city on :: son i i.s no-.v upon u..rJI, : if it contiaucs through-
extraordinary means arc not resorted to, and a not with scale last; He was a native of this City, and is universally :- 'o..at as moderate n.j i: ha J cotnzn3nced,*Pk may
# superior knowle 'e of.corn culture docs not:obtain. provided an.reight.'I"'1, "e'give of the Democratic and Whig parties, we regretted. His deportment him the expect ft mp\-ath'ti.r healthy! year Whci I

l '. .-Florida.4f7rror. jyllowing, scale! equivalents! viz:- have observed for some, time. \; esteem orl'aU. lIe was a young nvuvwithout a urjte' tQ you Li', I st.t't. thiatllie in.IieatiQn

1- >- Wheat Flour-:one pound i is one quart. The Democratic party have ever contended, the weather were in favor of a coottin/jil'dftfflighJ;
but circle of relatives! and'
IIep! Catcrpillar iu Cotton. Indian Meal-one :'pound two ounces is one and the family, a numerous from w.hich! wa had begun ta si fll-rj Jly ant
t The follqwjng: letter in tho Concordia Intelli; \ quart Batter, when soft->ne pound one ounce that our Independence position among friends deeply dep. !ore.his. '0. :. pations wjra generally resized.iio.vever : Stie ltcaitis.

encer will prove ofintcrest to cotton planters : i is ono quart I/wf Sugar, pounded- ono pound nations of the globe was in no small degree found' : SftfGULAR.- received partial showers. 11is croot

I send you thefollowing, ant plan! for preventing is one quart Best Brown Sugar-ono pound cd upon the_ union and exposition of two corn will l. in cons/jusncc, bo somewhat nmkraa

Ihe caterpillar in the cotton litld, which you two o'inces'! i is one quart- .gg avcragb sizeton. .great principles, "Sta jlit/ and Progreto" and LAST week two hogs of ours were stung so severely L\"erag-, ranging fon 0 tea full cro"'J. )110'.fu.1

inty publish if you think; proper .Ir tho benefit I'Kgs are one pound. Sixteen lag tablespoonfuls that and future prosperity rests in a by a swarm of tho common Honey Bee \ put dowu at i. CottoaprOmiScfinei so 6.r. rot
our present ,
pf tho Anting community. My doctrine, i is, no arc half pint. Eight large table spoonfuls cordial alliance that they died in a few hours. The piggery was abut three W_,:B r't3t, the rlm:have bcn> prtb1
urG no tr-ly. rl'he are one gill. A common nzecl tumbler holds great measure upon the development, I general and very plentiful. There will be,1 thiai
hives and while
w yle existing creation is inclined:: to sock ''half! a pint A comoion-sizcd wine-glass holds and joint working of these principles. in close proximity to tUcir a boy) plentiful! provivloa made in the county for tk

for light and white colors when in the dark; even half a gil.There The Whigs as a party, repudiate "progress." was i in the act of cleaning it, the bees being proverbially present inhabitant't : * *

I man cannot help admiring! whsfe: objects. The themselves conservatives," [in nice and cleanly, disliking the cidonr, # '* *.

\ tmttfrfly, I is pa.rticul:1l'ly'fimil of them ; they go"hero' is much wholesome advice contained in denominating} attacked him and the pigs with great fury. The i "A mast llsres.-ing .occurrenicrtranpireii

they }plea-:, having tho advantage ofwings .the following few lines! :- : contradistinction to "progressivesfrom" ] a disposition boy made his retreat with but little i injury, and |t few ttyvs I since in the neighborhood of oldTaaija.A J .

posessmg very little instinct, and laving Eat only what i is proper Cw J; j to 'hold back, maintain things as they Mr.:Tim* was in thb neighborhood, mx\

l0 incumbrauce to ravch tho spot .."'..-t seek.Imiit .- Drink) only that which does YOU goo J ; j arc ; upon the supposition, that this is the meansto lift them to meet a more horrible, fate that |to up a drove of beef-cattle! soin?iifty or sixty nStt- .
--"llinmrrT c 1JtJ''r"t"i : : 'h.ut will wliat which \\"crc'llcstind.. from hont It that'in his
Spend only you can afford ;_ J J- keep our government "stable. Holding 10 ? appears:
rntfc nJhnn<2r . _I"gtf"fcg Bees attacking animals: though rare durjjhter, a girl of at out fwtlve,
tosay, : '
for purposp, therefore! gathering ,their ". 1 Was a fool on yesterday!1" I ing themselves up heart and soul to the "rever, arcrnot altogether uncomTnoru \\ e"na vC"l'tY1T1r.. -lA.. i.bj9ra.ha'jie. t nbSICtj j I
fggs, I will place three or four clean 1 white linen : I n ghhor.! : wife flTew days, while
of the do tci horses and cattle being t killed
M 4 ence past, they can justice to no -' by llum. '
I .
or cotton flags, about a yard square, for each 1Iitraol'dluarr'Dl'ico.crr.Oa .-p-- -. woul ba ats3n: oil sonic Uti ac&- The db4'1 :
acre of cQtton standing abut rfIJlItwb! to four domt but the wisdom! of ages.. If an institution C0J1nUNICol\"i'10 I J was perhip two or three mile% willi a plo tra?,

foci above the cotton. They will h.itc1i on the Cincinnatti Monday?, Wilmington last, whilst and some Zanesville': hands' Railroadat on the or opinion is not "time honored" it is very apt : Sr. AUGUSTINE, August C.1S53.. j'r tr.d no Linger was anprehcnded. FIw dvrstftcrwsr.l
thb t there beIng no food fs-r them on it and not when the '
Ct'k's Hill "not to be honored all ;i" generally repudiating was perhaps ctpyictwJti
able to in about five miles south of this MR. EDITOH,-In your remarks the communication I.
being of upon !.
go pursuit any, combined with return hotnthe aUminj! ; arid IHoSt' di,itre -
with their to stand the city, were quarrying stone, a human skeleton the doctrine, that the science of,govcrnmc9, i:3 of C. B. N. of the 20ta j ." --j
.inability heat of the sun, WL4 found u : you endorsed I. : inkiigcr.c: : (Lm to t1 -honor tha unfortututo
\ they cannot live. The fl.ig: should I bo *et in the : the south branch embedded Jonathan's in rock( on a bluff bank on susceptible of improvement They seem,so intensely it-in some measure, and promised: to recur !j girl, tint sli2thad, not bijn seen at the n.-ishbor ,
fleljl a short time b -fore the the crt ek, thirty feet satisfied with what that bok -- -
\ cominjnf butter from the M, they to the it I hot1. 1) at all. She harl bcome l surface. A small fissure in the rock of subject some future time. As 30:1: ;
} fly ; but they mast be clean, as all love neatness ; all attempts; to make advances as innovation i boon destroyel by wild( belt The aSe'tire
about two inches in width upon have -
and PUtit j". p opened to the resting not yet done so, I take the liberty pf informing intclli
fnco reached tlu
oii tho 8d&
place of these remain and barbarism. I
To draw them ffotn which, in all human! probability that
a further distance I would you, there are'many who think his !letter -, ilaAi the last accounts, upwards of forty
put np tW-js six feet square,, landing from four The, may rock have contained ben deposited there- centuries Tho principles and sentiments so strongly set too partial, to be'either the result cf fricuJ- were in search oT tha loit one, and itT i said
to. sis feet above tho* cotton cut ,, ago. an indentation of the forth in this letter which will be found in th.i
a holg through another iho < some signs: where thtf famiblicl I
the greater part of tho body, as perfect a* though ship or unalloyed zeal for public h lfarc. If J oor girl
centre large enough to pace! a lantern showi column illustrates as above the true ha.l: plucked the bads! of thp Hn2t sub.
i light on both sides, But has mouldered potter's clay. From the hip to the Whig ho were actuated by cither,.as you have very >,)tp t
o experience upon. lia.l been dijTOvercd.i (JoJ ..
foot Out si
We do doubt
particularly this doctrines. not the honesty of grant
proved to me tliit the light is of no great necessity ; sarcophagus was as complete PUt- charitably supposed ho would not have: singled j mayis\ (jtmd in ims to save hgf.
I notwithstanding I; hate so.instructed the Patent as carving could have made it. 'The proportions pose, or the sincerity of the sentiments he has out the disorders "I S
curvatures, Ac. of tho limb were distinct accompanying: ccrlajn reunions! perceive there hai: bocn a breakup in ,tli.
:Both OfjGco the, above and regular, and indicated that the skeleton- in such strong language proclaimed. Major PCT at a particular church, whilst he ignored those S.ivaiuah: and Flori.la railroad project. Iit sboakl!

am fully convinced plans of the answer benefit very to be well.derived 1 I had been that of a person of full size. NAM is a Whig, and of course in political matters of other churches of this city. It is not my intcn- lead to a nnrc spce-ly construction of a roi((iwi

If- from them, and wish planters to bo tatisficd be- How, and at what period of tho world, these teaches and practices Whig! principles ; his letteris t'on either to. palliate or deny the Tampa to Pilatka or the S'. Mary', you ,mil
I impropriety readily that I. for. shall '
: fore I claim ono cent Fur further inquiries di-: a remains wide theme were for Ucjiositcd corytcture' where well found, furnishes pointed and unmistakeable, and as is charac- of the proceedings which he describes ; but I ioHcve satisfied suppose at; the re3ult.5'! ." on?, bo TC -'!

rectto 'IrrinitJ" as a&a subject I .
for the discussion tcristic of him in all party divisions, he has thrown that -- "- .-----
of !rcoo c' La June 11,1833} J. B, MAILLET.p. himself and into the cause he has Ficrm i he N. Y. Tim.RuT. .
| j freely warmly -
,-.il *- are that at some very ancient i period same and similar abuses wherever they arc Dr.ZyiCi.
v SPECIAL MAXCEE Foil GRAPES.-Tho wine Committee this body had been washed front thocreek into embraced; with this however we find no fault, as found. I know no reason why The FreemirC Journtil
are contracts' the
at the exhibition of the Cincinnati Horticultural the bank of the stream,and that the-continual deposit ,we hold to Vic doctrine, that thought and speech that nmor -
of sand around formed into rock more reprehensible in the night than in the day, Ker Dr. Ivirs, late Episcopal? BUhflpof
Society reported that of two specifrCtt has been increasing for whic t arc free, if reason is.permitted to combat it; but on Monday than on Sunday, in one church moc North Cl.roinL4i: about to bj divorce.'fra

; "mcnj!'' nunuringof of:wine, one Potash from grapes had ,been to which' a spo.itii' have formed the immense ages amount, as ages of only very could hard l in common with the expressed opinions of many than in another. If he attended other churches, hi* wife, that he might enfcr t'u. I::naa Catho
given the lic
'*y the sand stone which surrounded pf our citizen, we regret the poor opinion he entertains and was not one of those, whose religious optics rijsthoovl ; an-l publishes: in support cf its
manure grapes was "bright clear, .'uia'! the
nTjfcoP old \wine. The other \vas This: discovery establishes what past history of the ttrenyth of mindt honctfy, and enable them to $qe the mote in their brother'seye : *. dated, follo'.vin R-Jmc >; extract from a letter! of .
has failed to establish to wit jvc ; June 8, and Jreueil to Rev.IJr. .
".turcd in all its : The phenomenon, I interetedncs of the voters of the State. We whilst they remain .
qualities proudly unconscious of torbes of this
Qci ./IIf j'icqqtq[ Jf i. of a human skeleton within body of solid rock. city, aa-J evij ntly written ia
n t '. 1md grapes themselves from We have no hesitation in believing, from tho : differ with him mainly because we conceive, that the beam in their, own, he would hive seen manyof the'COitLICnCe ofJiicrJ..hip: I

., 1 --.-''.i.>ih, were wcre also delicious presented and pearance of the rock, that at one period, the portion ap S while he is pushing one sound principle to an extreme these irregularities which ho complains more "S.\'few weeks since, to our utter astoaLsIi-! .

; 0 CI1URCI1C3: Msidcrcd. that those surrounding this body was entice,and solid,, he i is neglecting tho other, of equal dignity frequent in these churches which have escaped mcnts ment, after for as I told you, having mvls arran *
but settling
that in north Carolina
undermining of the every
At J'4n4N C4lJOlj Chre4., Narlh al'.'tter,. &n.J 11ut stream, or some great convulsion of nature by bad the of as much importance, and the "main chance" hi< censure. 1 received from Kp.r. Dr. s:niI l'I D. .1.itep_. .'inf
-- -'---- -
s quare..Lp.iaeap4 in the march toicarda the of Ithe had visited fiose churches with. *h/.. that ---a
; CIrcL opened the fissure which existed whcrethese: remains perfection free gov- '-- -> an account had been rna up against me of
frttbyttna* C411re4.South side l\tgDUrnrnl' of r were discovered.We ernment. -Democracies- are right in principle, same critical eye that he brought to view the Sums contributwl as gift to Valle Cruci,and J

,uth of theaq re. Qa' S (;rorge/VI_" W_ 'tl'tlor" AW this skeleton, and the rock from which and the Representative or Republican doctrine *fnight-marriagcs" be would have.remarked that I process served upon my library and J// .' lcd

ts .Let1LeEif1g qi.ctlPQI Cl"e.\ ..1 &ucture of tiLe it was taken the day after it had been discove- admitted, and we capable of self-government. the usual parlor civility dotting the hat at the I per oh'll articles, left behind. So it, seems the/
ear the,Manol llause _1. man not only red. The.bones were in a good.state of preser- are determined, if possible nuke clear sweep
I as gramlniTOrouslUf& vation. A portion of the skull may be seen at our capable of electing our Governors,-Representatives door is often omitted until its wearer has reached chanlCtcr,property and all. But 110110 of tlhCiS. t'

: f s 1Cttbo'mIrt1 Uijs intestines from. office.-Zancttllle Tima." to muko LAWS,-Sheriffs,--Judges of Probate his seat ; and that "pleasant conversation" is things mOTe me. Thank G\J, I can take joyfu'i 4

': ''4t&n between those of the two classes; neither How .. ,-Tax Assessors Collectors-Yilitary more frequent than silent prayer both before !ly the spoiling of my g cr1'yca; anlrtj iee -
soMong as thoso of the animals destined to Detect Counterfeits. I am"counted 'worth to suffer sham for ILt
fo live Officers &c. &c. and after service. He would have y
wo cannot imagine what seen that thereare i
.on fcgflabks alone, nor so short as those of 1. Examine the appearance of a bill'-the gen. rea- name sake. One thing is certain; they can net 4r.
beasts I uine have a general dark ivndbh objection there can be raised others besides the frequenters of ther
of prey. Toa exclusive an animal diet ap arance. against an 'Siight-mar- deprive mo of the support of a goal conscience
renders persons subject' to violent inflammatory 2. Examine tho vignette, or picture in the "elective Judiciary." The principle arguments riagcs, who are no$ so wholly devoted to prayer nor take away apart out of thai book

attacks; ani produces (as in th2 case of butch' ) middle of the top; see if the sky or back ground heretofore used against it, seem to be founded on or absorbed in God, as to be forgetful of their life. My great sin has been remaining i a long a
\ that over-fl >rid appearance which! the supsrScial looks clear and transparent, or soft and even, and the inherent to t personal appearance j Protestant against the dictates of God's spirit tad
disposition maintain old or unmindful of the
mistake for the hue health, but which the discerning not scratchy. ; thinyt tions attrac \ thejionvictions of truth. And for this i desire
know to be but one step and scarcely :3. Examine well the r&eei; see if the, expressions just as they are, right or wrong, based npon a of others. If he had been as just as ho was 1 to suflfc, and hope to do it patiently., AH I skin "i

one step removed from disease. Too exdusiveTegett10 tre distinct and easy, natural and life-like, want confidence i in, the people to act !properly censorious, ho would have noted that the abu ; this hie 1$ to hc my dear uife tidaby til*
a diet reduces the strength and' forms particularly' the eyes. ses of 'which he with,me at the alta,
:' discreetly, when a "progress" is determinedupon. speaks, are exceptions to the ,,and soms situation however .
4. Sea if
a race pf men peculiarly liable! to be mown down the:drapery or dress fits well, and This sett of general role of order which is low, however obscure, where I aia keep her -
p shows the folds politicians observed
by low fevers. It must bJ confessed, Uowcfer, distinctly. eagar and in the above positive want.
that climate modifies these rules c nsi,!liirably.- 5.; Examine the medallion, ruling and heads, pertinacious, as they arc, seoin honest, and to err church iz which they occurred ; and that they -4. .- 1 1LIGHTS. 1-- '>

Thc native afa warm ad dry country rill\\ prosper and circular! ornaments around the figures, fcc. : merely from an mate feeling of the human mind, result mainly from the presence of a large number NEW .-The first of the great "Fresnel
on.a diet whjch would 'bJrd'yFiptnirillfoinnnjlapdjaod See if they arc regular, smwtli, and uniform! not that the of of lights" in this illuminatedin
;- majority men, at all times, are:"frail those whose religious education impels part of the world was
; the OOQ.rs inhabitant the :i rb! is wn-, scratchy. Thior'k in the genuine looks as if corrupt and selfish them to boast of the Sand Key Ii.,. horNe TTlnniU f OHWedaesday
direct their
eflted af raised on the and cannot be a logical consequenceof exemption from the : -
by a quantity animal fox which would paper perfectly imi -' siperarzuon night Tt is a fixed' white light,
utterly] disorganize {the more delicate structure of tatecL'C. the physical and spiritual constitution .,g-driven- ol church-reverence; and prompts them burning steadily for one minute-while each second

tho Hindoo. ITabity too, must everywhere betaken Examine. _the_principal line of letters rr them. Among the Democrats there are a few to exemplify it by theirindift'erence for their own minute presents a partial ectips of 35 sec I
into consideration.-Jbhnton. name of tfca bank. See if they are all upright advocates of this It"rvl still church and onds then
f -- perfectly true and evenor doctrine ; They hold their unruly.behavior in that of others : a brilliant flash o/ tea and the terminating
Nsw USE FOR \V.KXl.o .-*A gentleman in form slop;., stooping, bra uni. the unpromising name of "fogies." Some others imitating the 23 are in partial darkness Th.
examples of
town who has been experimenting in gastronomy 7. The "progressivo" these notable light strikes the water at 12 inches distance and.
Carefully the of ,
shade party of
Informs us that watermelons servedup eamiot or parallel country, do not pure faith and practice, .have .from an elevation of 15 feet above the surface of
t ruling the fcce i
or outside cf the blindly taken
in the same manner that squashes usually are, See if it is clear, and o ks as if colored letters. *.c.- worship, arc willing to honor the past. part in these disorderly scenes;; but I the sea, it'is distinctly visable about 17 JD- j

,: 1 V! are an excellent substitute for that vegetable,and brush. The fine and!parallel lines! in the with a They, teach every voter to study the lessons,of knoW no rule of justice or equity, by which the Mobile .Qe ilur. .

s iirfact are more delicate, and superior uor. As ine are of equal size smooth andeven genu. experience, to icon the couneils t me5, in Bins of a few.of its members should bs The > > (
the season ; counter great imputed London TYrow, it is said, wit!' notin J-
is approaching when ripe melons are ( its look as if done with tulQeiatWnI, as these to the hole
a councils
I- commonly regarded as unwholesome, tho abovo a Observe the round bandwritin have develooed! congregation; or by which the-mfg, tore, be admitted into tho island of Coba.,Supposed

would T>e' the best moJe of disposing of them on the bill, which should be black casualT 1 coDstitutions.-L\\'s.Kings.nobles-aris behanorof tho members of one ehurch should reasons iU publication of the debate on

whilst; young. Try them.-Ibid.? and distance, of a uniform size cracies,-Priviligedporders,-monoponefi-Max- be clwrged to those another. the Cuban alare trade, which took p1acea tha
slope and
smooth._ inw.-traditions! undoubted I British House of Lords, and sevens editorial articles
\, principles I of right I remain sincerely Yours, on the same subject, of the 27th and 30th < ,

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THbn&I The l-riliters *x :1 :; I te:5ulw.nveare'in th .J't"Ft"'i .fl {ra 1 jS'J1J.'T tfE "

: 'of !Wttcagrar, ]. Tti i a!t .. .! J ns.p'n'tLe'arbject fr'hl n t".Jic. eY"rltll'w.nnftuuntpl ;: V .1llhtCgCViUC 'Gt 'I'1')

: bj (H ;Alptiv *. ker if tit' i.r. )labdard f thy ? : Ht5Aiiu1UC., )jeti Bt'e10 how that Mr. 'Wotfes 'Ar '

.. IVoteribrd Kevg,, p"ufcedty '. Thou1alt t. at tM :. t I 'I actiledam h'clmnpps is very exlenuvely in u: h I. E. G. DOYLE /,1

.' I setktUi much to uCUE.! C\SlI STORE1' in the J luinda of physicians; la .pniving itself as a InvatidsanJ .: I
KD3 ,
of 1A
announcing _
distinguishedexile, has ii.frrm%hw iliure'ic to.be eminently tulecra1srul. afterother JI ia u "%
not ihe'rlffsciion to stfraulating
may remain ,
BC"toying neroiijit ptthejpiittnInOiAt \ the list tri tic nedicalion wiih this intent had been tried i in \; the public generally, that; the: above popular J. ; s yt S
3. Thou of the Caro.linfl'
"* i: ihat J and superiorly! appointed establishment, formerly \ iducivdliyT i\ :'
.4r&rn: cit..4' "-.";. .:;' ." '';'"., .laDQrcfA hard to I aildinon/o his frevjons "mode vain. In one; of the cases thus rtpjrItt.abdOflhi1UL con! CARLEOX I'oTU.M.DJsoowtea- /
0 with *a- has been eure .nt. 4. lu them every drrpy < ?
.Jdwilfitions oUsing ThQu ghalt | dyjtii'ii I Ir.'c31t'd for I the r! .f1JtioQ of l' rients, seeking a restotniloheaUU. 1/
the Gaodi line r averted and ia anotliera Uitrt-sihg case ol gavd
Fancy Arf Dry ;
the people in llidr most j ftdmlra- losivcyeUiepapcr.6. 1 I All bfoll AtIe tion3pr the human .
complete orlanent. of Ready has been entirely removal.by ,th 54>assage '
Mneler i occurred iiUhis city *>n i :Tiioq slialt lo the emtate ami ,franon. '! a)calculus'01! COn iJerl&Jle ,file winch! is ascribed ois anhiii sll'ces5fully treated at this Institute. :. / l
occasion being the presence of the printer trouble { *, >lioe nnd fine and t) the use of only tw"t bott!<3 oftlu'jartkfe.Ve 1)ysrpia, Gout, ltbeuunatisrn, Constipation,

:; ._cd.n 1 beloved fclknv citiatn, T. I Jguilty. < shoe\, for g.ishmei.'i! uc, nnd n \ know not the object of MrVollt- it.t1simi-. ITCIahI3 1 mOnhoi\ls, (r 1Iilt'SIIemoIT11. ge Amcnorrli1)ymcnorrhia .

She arrived here by Ute h:r.fY.lst 7. Thou: .slialt : J mjity, ibr Ja Js wear. Ilf htb ( ? his preparation by the sinsnlarly "pl1onionJ' 033;; fluor .Albu, Gental liap1a-' 1J .

train from Dublin on' Monday,' ,- hands of the ) of croct rr aIL) gins*' \vgn.lil'e-! nate of"chnapp?,** nor of hi dciK.mfimtin2 it in his ecu acute, \rcclipn5: of (the Eyes md Ear .Tcter, :>

[ her father-in-law, Th'omas' tfjuaglf I blameful. u, mtperior Qiiht lf n* well as a aJvtrti enient -'concentrated Tincture of jumper 'Kr sipeas-nrd!! nIl the dicases of the Sldn anti ;; ::

.: T., Jlenty Menjrher, Esq., brother 8. 'l'hou'\shaU i j ;, 4. ."nslullof perpetuating its nude nl utile o'rr Ii J 01. Sc: Scrofula Dropsy, Syphilis! ,-and. liiirut .1._ iI'iI'11p

;! and by Miss QuJnn. Ovting printed-for he i ,, have ,6.cn 'eecrVd! by expe land Gin. It U true that he admits it to be nothing mo diseases generally Ximilourenx "' .t .t "- _,

I : and the f uiwig! (by 1} : ex' 9. Thou shalt will be uposed of, a( n'mere else! Ilr.au the latter article in its gure slate unadulieintrd flu i? Ussf-j' V V "' V I tie, tcV '

: wet no manifestation of joy could haves !things in tho office I 'ion cosu nnJ charges; JUt lie 'js by noxious drti;; : ant! hence he 'conrrluh"linsic kncss, ''II't'.I"t- .....,,:' ,
nolto be undersold by jjuishej U from Gin of nrailynllof .y V .
any commerce Asthma V "
but on Wednesday at mg. V : ,
: an early which'lcy" V 1,\ '
is kn'0\\"n.13 here
well !
4ltcda were in waiting to catch one 10. Thou shalt | to us IL.- toannouice his! juvenile where_ from inferior whi-ky and refuse drugs. = ; .
Mrs. Meagher. and oh her'hpprocb ening letters'. to the promised upplp bf Candy, Xuts mine lie has given it,I owewr.. mav serve the purr -. .\ ,V J I J .., ': Y": S ,I ,, ;;' t 'V.-... ...,,
dscan Church, \rhere she Vard mass, Th I to hood and he invites them,ti of df'fl rt1nti.a: his article as prepared ec",' 13tb, "-issal J / '

"were incc-sfcantly showered on 1at'rir, THE BcciKsrxo freely ; ",withOut< money an. witli- medical purpofrs': ami thai commend it to.puysi.. ; 'UIO.V 33.V '
& -11'i by the juWcniUed crowd. After mass, I uel Appleton of J for whose convenience iI u ou sale! only by reputable"npoihcwuies. 1 I '

fAtion assembled outside toM\ i and wealthy MiTHlAS R.ANDRCU. I druggLsis.and l I.. j tT

it WBP A mist gratifying! ; '-I years ago, a | Georjfaud Picolata" stieet!, oppo .As.r':owtiu* incdiciiial t and ct1rattic! efll-jrls e,

ito many asgetuV.i-J around one swich, from 'which f, f. : ,JA ," .,. ,unJeretatid hi'l Uo. claim ,only ihuitMa!. pure.ilodrrli m l'tJ. place.'an 10' -" -- .f f U"nll ( l Fuel wllrllly'' ,
certificate ; Htr n1i--It () >in, nn< R* '
tojrff to them a perfect strangf, impelled, ns frojn the I ; ich a few minute .
of the confidence of piy! ician, In thasc Ji-eases for PI'execution ? since were

fervent, by the| ik'p love \\hicli fills: their was. a "pereoq who .{ FJSKHY. winch tin )' arc wont to prescribe it, nnd have hithercc ItC of trco breast; of an innocent wan!' :
exiled hu! A :-ier apd -
for her mnd. Few who ; WAL Jlr8 V
wcrpHr E the of tlfc' to only been restrained by fimling imprac icnble lo l't.s.fr..aa I.. : '
inftfrurt proprietor '
school in
twmovod tthisauddenchange;
.rc by tOr(3ehtiDflJjlddtwkcd a l SiIn rt'n.k f
uitii-le Nor
of obtain the 'in a hare ante. .houillony rote!
$ procured"an entire set
(tews could be J nA"li..tqrt'ft n ,jnar, i! new tbhing with fear awl
; socn on of prejudice 0 against ) medicine: deprive tlienlfiietei validdesiniim shame,
,3 1 on fhtir knees in the street I tcnntal celebration ]j ) keeps of n rufllcien, % number .fthe benefit fthiiartklewhiclz f.oin time cr icy i." the WATER Cjf agjin were thi fearful

d (tttp prayed for ihevcl- in 1850, Mr. 'j every inscription, across. I immemoral has held in pace! nciong the remedialngenrics t tq'r nn,1 rcqin mo I M.lnS .. ,, t.. ,. .,
4ter.. She vlelted the dlOcrcntj institutions of New St.wlthoutdel0y. ilte Miiteri.i Alejica, if it be found worthy k au locrll c.'Iulnl.llIulIl. 'ItI'WU
1 Newnansvilh U
Augiwinc to
,_' I of fbe city during Uie day, end in evcry Ipswich in \ by t'ie attention of Mess't. Nor t ru confidence by continued ".I/'t/ wnce.. : na\rspen.c\\ has beeu-. iu

!jrWrc Me was recognized Ole most cnlhuJefl to araumc its ) it will be kepi in Al alLeventg.tho-\vhojperii3i in the employment! CI i:nduex TO ft Re it one of the most tifreori I A

MwJonft welcome were given licr.- future usefulness. constantly and toleration of other alcoholic medicines. na tinctures o C"pll.-'rnvlI'iJin' the lit .' 1" : -

t it Vs the evening which was Uu prandTbewh Although he f (' :!. between and I bitters, &c,,-and e.-p.'daljy tlu-se wfio prrgcribeCin )':' \.i!! f/'l: '; tcP e ,man,

c popalatfon liltemlly tunica lion rdolt1'ty".t through Tnllahafy-e Ticohta instead fl\011 I under any circuni taacc:.nm-t oil! unit* in giving CV Is '",:,:.! \ull ceii-j.t of }thC reply.Martel"who

tJIIIIM-.rti tfffMfa Bonfire blar.cd' on BailebrickcnyL nil his' powers to :. wjl|.Slife more than t'lirty! the preference 10 n pure nrticlf .over th! triinifoMarlaltcrations C:or.prt"-nt If Uu ntJ.\ has

; tr.rnid which thousands assemble!; withasjpeAod f could easily have 1...... tta.J so rife in the nniket. Mr.: Willie( ..ilihrelty ul ill.Wl.ll"1. CUll l you or not aTheha1Ithfk .

; dancing fire-works flanlietl inS who knew him pcnnnnent b-iiMin on both sijes .upplie! prly-itians with n !tinp! bottle fur t4 IJI'n. tlml ._1 '
r ; away analysis! i nllJ trial, asset forth In lilt Oirenlar,' rn.r ac W4" ,
Two bands of irtUMc he took far : accommtnodation rtrnvder.! ; 1'EC3t-r .
trecU; playe stakes the rf' 'atinn of the remedy the! innocenc : v.Jartel said V
bounty than he did p.r disgraced officer
the city aocompviiod tiionRands |: ,
; ] ) ".safety and ofliciency of hi UnHand! GiOrUhfiu '
frtnnr ell and wtmr..ir.c
: per ;
, light-fall, when they flere.nl\lbl1)'forc Mr. <4"d under medical advice, nnd pledged !hi* own Servants nOlnt"Llllnll '
r's houtfe, on tin Mall, the jjcene was diou'xl unite in a : NOTICE. : character in business tlut the article will not Jisap AIII km-f ol *; gPfonditional: pardon
of the of OT juqniry ,
'. .e i extreme. By the eprestiI witdi ofMabae I' est memory to make a disposition of all my point any who J3. it, June'}:,h' reply or liarS .
)Itp.. Mt-agher presented herself man. .
1nd*)w, and was receivnl with the most I I 1 hereby give notice-to the public [From the IWw lurk E.rlrtu. Octulrr 25 IEo5 :] .-u' t'you

" cheer. Mr. returne having JUST OLA /,1/S against ME'DIC.I\I. OCS.In % r 'Alex. c. 'CurrY'8 I q ..
Moagher LIC1
; Henry 1\1' 0 i to present them Avithin three Prorl
* ,t8 tie, people in a tuiort but admirably ., ', ort MCI'ICATEDknutifyitiz CUllPP1Nt '.
of the
date or they shall be forever rominu i, I pr.unu'wilh mni.y others 1',0
< Carling, f.5.yflflPiengihit'iming IlUIOiD
and all retired to their homes "
jp4ddrcM. \Vo arc professnti I received some few mouths Miice.o
, ;( IhJ' lnir, Relieving liSt'osta 01il
p 17014 dworous and happy manner.: After the lion. W SLIi: .\ LINDE v'lIAXTSCnivE. n circular addressed 'To rhys-cinns throughout the 'kin Curing Rheumatic Painsnod Healing Exlerml
"-e! i retired, a band of Gi'rman miisis. United male!' by Mr. Udnlpho Wolfe, the. importer V
July 2 1853. 4wk. U'ounds. Honmled
by n' geographical !lines
the Associate J '
.Jel'eD&dod }{ Mcaghcr until after o'clock one ,22 Heaver street inviting a medicnl IH.Iclit'mi-. he reputation of CARR 'S TRICOFUEKOVS pervades

: ; ; a candidate for cal examination now article! Holland (iin.inanufiictcr'd V
I .
Notice. he Union. 'Ihe siilea of the article of late yearntave .
State at the by hiquelf; fc'chit dam in IIolInl.by a increased in atio that almost
a exceeds belief.
the! '
linvinsdeman.ls agiin Estate
,Val1J.luto11 Items.Orwtxtw .
peculiar process, nnd pm4t.t'dI> fur medical n-e.
decease .'rofesor Harry, nfter a careful examination of hi* ,
3 are hereby called
OETHE Tu& -: '.-There isRurplujtof tin Jet eome hfit Dutch title .SrhU'Jani ArornntlSchnapps' :
. ,, without delay the uiiJ ale.' lIook. l1uJa that the nuirlber of bottles deliverrd \
---" to rsiga-
within fraction of thUOOOnotwitht4Qdng The circular claims! H>'r iliia article nn fID't
of fiom half
i.wa to order in quantities
indebted loMid -
Cstalr gross upvarit
TH ,' persons in'ntfuperior) degree of purity, aroma, flavor,am)
lirt RttcretarylsUnited
Treasury L
It52 wi.hio
p.fj'raent without delay to the during aft year was a trifle of'59,0uO
; medicinal efficacy, and (ffs 'uur ove'i.agrntulton '
,_ ; States stocks and otherwise DOUGLAS, laid i V

. e public debt as fast as the t law to that announce him as a (: \ \ .\ \drnr. tupply thete ont to any physician! J may and feel disposetto tiana'manner. is unnecessary to present at length the n bIt 4 4I

+ allow Mm. f fQiuwe JUSTICE 23th, I8.VJ 8wk tret claims in u fdcntii'c V prufe fences of\wondeiful properiliesof Tri(ophf''oU K

.: Iii SOCIATE *. when the puplic have furnished such an in- .'
PABW Ihnt the
AT T XPOB.\Rit.T.- Ueinz familiar with three facie in rrlatlou; ,to tin
election in October' tlus.
\ t lorsrment ns The cheapness the article
' i McRae th4' ncxrly apnointe Con- ,
ue ofHllllan\llHn nan nH'llicin..nnrn..rttir .
: maid the of -
explanations givrn is| chemical nction.V
at baa been invested with functions Tho friend 'FOR T'UE' when pure it is 'absolutely invaluable end not 10 bt. jpnn th. hair.tV scalp and 1 in all cases of superfi I V
1 4e aflairg at Louis Xapolcon'g Court( ; fi-r other known the .
t exchanged any remedy to profession
SOY of Jaeks rial irritation it to the attention
J I I aN aLiUr is sent out, we hare every (0) JF1 11 SS2 in many clImplnilltslw1.b! acute and duor.ic ; If ,ht' prop! Tins was al! that the inventot delired.
, date for the office secondly that amid the multitude of!ill!! made adul
I .MtWio"e. CLOTHING aro informetl that or Kvery: bottle ndvi-iiiscd itself. The eilects. .
_ ; aU'AnA COKGnns- rccniitfrtgate Supreme Co'urt, at h'fOltlliqaors which ibid count ly ohouu', 4 the flufil exceeded It
i' u .UiD I '* the LARGEST )RT. > expectation acted like II
.JIIItJ the Savannah is going on rapidly.ttl I Juhjlfl. .J (at wholesale only) suit- pure hoLland and, ,Gin U alU1trlalO scarcely radical to be obniped, ,ul any ::lini'it. The laI't'$ would! not be wilhrut it. Coun-
& $ the recruits pricey thirdly, : imJluitil'softnyinf.rior ; dinb-r in s-ction of the Uniled! Stoics V
eighty n09cxpcttt.'ll Tradtr, to bo found in the ry
f'on..i.*t, first, of the t
or spurious jjin hydrate
f. 9 .
in Norfolk, fir her, from Pon.sn.cola, TJic fiends, : I 0 r.tir.d they must lii\eil; nail thus was built up alanl'nl'
I oxide of Aiiiyl, a pontnr>u' oil. more coruml'ny!; ,
r been sent around from Philidolj \ / rude of an extent hitherto unheard ol mTjardorlicle
ore just of Ci&dsden County on the knowh as Potato spirit F usel oil.r.r Amili-- AleoI I ;
"f llii* kind. The highest! ,baa.mi .
;*, aod twenty from tl>e BaltImore recruit:> ? candidate far AS Price hoi! ;anti secondly: of the heavier the Iwo f'g't'nI point
System. yrt bf 'u n-nc'wd! nnd it is be Ii' veil that the
_. It in thouht that quite a number of hat oils of JlftI1,-", instead oftlie li;!'iter-which impurities VtV
# Court of the State, filled. An examination of our t';tks thi* year will be a million and a half of bottles.U'potnnd .
of the will rc-cnlixt
jew congnea probably usually result from th-j mercenTry y;tem lIt :
sufficient we iiresuinc.. to mike it certain that Octolter next. .,1. J, excessive destination of the nmtirmU employed II 1 Manufictory.JTo. 137 Oroadway,New.
M. r" ----.---- ) IIANDFORD & BROTHER of Mr. ld) W olfi11 Sfork. Retail prier, 25 cents a large Lottie.Liberal .
Jfte Samnnah very fihorlly dcpnrt for the --'--- ---- ----- > resolve IUliccept challl'n. itiVrount
I to purchaser by
tff iiratU 'lQaJTSing oat conunoduroWltr .soL1t r, TIle noil. + o'v, (opposfo the Astor house,) and put bn "Schiedam AJonintlc Fchnnpps"to the .?oM bv nil ili- prinei >nl merchants tbeqnnntitv-and -- :
the isuoodiAtu cuauuaud of Cominiii& of the Cir v test (>f rip nnallysis ,\n I I wa illJpcello l ti>> this; ; | druggists
Jtidg; ? hrrt ohoitthc Un'ten' Stnirsnnd Canada
-. cial Circuit of the largest m1ngr'ctnrcrs of notwitli. ta'nding jlie proprietor lung standing nod IVut luditII.Crt'utlJrillin.Fra.r.c&c.I,, Mexico' S .

pw PietDtn har learcned in j CLQTiri. G reputed rcfpeclabiUty nsnn importer because the pu June' I !t:112. CmJciJicincs.
H we a quarterIMfA'wfcfch
people in said lily ol gin,above that of every other ff>irituous Hqnnr "I .1V
we hnr coaHd noe, doGS not at present Rubber ClaUiingat the ---
he at I'ij1'I'W employed xinedic.il pracliee, is of the m . 40 Icarc;,Vashingtou again thi. season. I now hoUp : rates. vital consequence latlie coijununiiy inn-much tiS i iid it Ittcnt ? V.. ,

,1I'tt lie any idea of vacating his quarters at July 16, : I 3m. i subject ti> IWO tlitiuclcu'ws. i>f |I'fmid..us impurity MUSTANG LINIMENT, cclcbra

$e White. house, ta sojourn temporarily cUcin -! fricaiVN ; namely the'mlerior Iii of Jjuiprr, us ,well us MEXICAN : ? of the Horse.M.cMums V -\t
l : V
_ the of Washington untilor&irs Tia Laud Warrants. the ibo '
bsrc neighborhood w'lyilllouIIJamoleoVt'.r, Aroiuntk : Elixir of Opium. "
being put on the Executive mansion MITCHELL; takes ; \ np""ym cah the high Schn pj1s" strongly rccomcndei by, a jiliysirbn' nn.. D-tvis P&inoKiller! Testable! .

f4Hbc cotnplewa. Capt. Lee, of the EuineerfPrWbO as a candiibts for price for Land Warrant! writer of no lessiuHui-nc* than Ur. D. ?J. Reese, of Circulars with the above can be had V, J' V J
tho work the M. 11. YNDREtf the New York Medical Ga/ettP, an I Ihv many of
lllliluperint.cnding upon '
Circuit., Kran-lrcthTs Pills, MofTats Pilk 'I I
1MIIWiDg, d lJUllhmg it witli great spirit and cn r- -- June 30:1& 3. V the most eminent,mmbcrs of tie! profes-ion who I Strong's Pill, Janes Medicines, '. V
-- -- -- had no reason ,to suppose bad obtained any oilier

JI I, The friend .. than ernpiracle! evidence ofitsi'!iirmncenticalpuriiy 1 Fahncstock Vermifuge, Poinsette Loxccust,
: li h t
< for
> Fitch's
p fl.c1icnl''t PectoralTownsczi.Vs
A Cm vntt TVTBI.VB THOUSAND Im.\DlT\ sentsM name a* I I slarch will linen and value I thcrefore'iesolved! to inform medicalmen Chen'y /
P# fW>rEo.-In the foreign news by the Allan- SHERIFF 'OF ; I -D. F'.give CARR. a 11 least fur the sake of Ihe l1Ub'ic al !argi j1.or, ihe Cod Liver Oil Sarsaphariila Gelatine: Sanuo u'su1t1ofmy investigationwhether they proved favorable Liquorice I
.$bK hed yesterday, it is statwl that, o\ tlie: next October e2 '
Gum &e.
< otherwLe to the character of the artitl-s Arabic -
lit or.war, Ute qty of Shiraz, in P.rhU, was : ?, Ac.-Choke lot per Steam. or ;
outs V Julr.
and the interest proprietor.( j B. E. CARII.'V
dNtNyEdlIith twelve thousand inhabitant by !9. E. CAUll.
iiiI 1.'S
; ; Those results are all follows : Searching first for .
I teek This Is the second -
o.ansarthqiiake. From, Picolntu; I hi time oil Junior, by dUtillation, I obtained an oil, V Hops &c.,
,i J Pwftia and in fornuMyears had a populi- ARUiyts._\ i ) PHYSICIANS OF TOE from two quarts' of the liquid whose specific gravity .
inamrly :opcYest, Powders. Cream of Tartar. Saler-
f40,0K( porsoan but an earthquake '
PKPAKT* I was, 83j nnd whose boiling point was 313 degree,
t kit tituS, (!orb, Soda. Essence Lemon
fi OF F&ORiUa. Barley ,
it It
de.-rtroyed rm ,
jwa r'y n CIX> E$ --: \ | nor did succeo:ive redistillation yield any oil of greater "
"great beauty, and i i'l CMjioitt lehrattjd by the KUUIEDAM A 1- gravity, or of any other kind whatever. The )tan!e Peel, Savory, Peach Spices, Peppermint. of
rhyme, Snjjo I'randy Cinnamon Nutmegs Cur-
- srMpn Ilarlx, who wa< a nitvepf, Shirah, N EV A ) T1V S Cl/"t P JI S. same quantity of common Holland Gin, to called ric in ,fal!. ErCiiah i mustard, Prepared french IIti'nrd -. V
TfcUwuty and fortili Site the excessive redistillation of
ty. earthquake it yielded an ninont, by oil
unnecessary to remind Cayenne Asst., Sauces, do. da
:; It has greatly declinodstrctures in both most of : of the Medical profession f.f any Ihe weighing 0371.with the boiling point of 542 degrees: Pick!lea. peper V Catsup )

"1ip41c having be 'n rained by that properties of pure Holland Jin, the lighter oil having previously passed over. This ,

.,.. ..-IV.il. JcI'/er. WEEKS of dropsical tendency reopecifully was conclusive as the sup -Horny of Mr. WYlie'a gin Domestic Preserves Asst.ra -

--+..- --,- SIX' Hon. (I. I to ? very superior nrticj-, in relation lo the oil of Juniper,upon which the aroma, "If inly, Fruit Cherries 4c TamarinJsm V.

.* Tie DUD Aure..\ little iirl! about ten years for the County of ; ) i mvself exclusively, at Schiedam: flavor and diuretic and medicinal propel tics of every Limes, Pineapple Ginger Olives. Hone rod ,

ef age the daughter of our m j the Fousel oil *with which all
As inferior tUou
to E.CARR.
MMj was taken sick a fow tfoys ago, and on of said County.dc \ medicated, not by the common flplr ,
liquors are more le-s impregnated, %nd which St. June 1853.
1IHiiky.e\"cnmg, to the: poignant grief of her pa- by the choice botanical variety of Anywtine 18th J
i renders them poisonous in the exact ratio i.i which
rMk, apparently died. The usual preparation St. Augustine, : Juniper Derry, whose more imbibed whit h such intoxicate
they are causes liquors to
j disiIlednitj! rectified with its .
WIre toacU tho room darkened, and the body en- .pirit- Stationary.MCCEIVEDbyBrig
thu becomes wheu others do not,and! creates that morbid,
jjmii ia A shroud, with the intention of burying anJ? a concentrated tincture insatiable appetite for undue indulgence with all it* :: Tremontan excellent as t

JIi Hftft.fday Afternoon. But on yesterday mor- ARE\yARD medicinal aromi.altogrfther transcendent' deplorable consequences of which 'the friends of Btaticnary, of every varietyand
properties to I Holland
oift lbe apparentiy dead girl revived, and terri- )' find a any temperance and philanthropy! so justly coinulain, description for sale at V I V

frifhtened At ths-wtuation\ in which she'uherM of Augustine a .x of inferior disiillations' with which instead of that sauetyand fastidiousness of taste, for _Mrs. ZYLSTR\A 3rH1AMARIND3FigPastePrunesBittersChoic

with crios alarmed the household.i i the fcarne hore, or : flooded, physician find no little which! the drinkers of r.ure liquors ire ,!ii3tin usheJ- -V V '
$ Sties ohtained Said of this fetid ocriJi; asthniatical Fou.etel.ci!, I found &
1 i since doing vfcHXorfolk July, ly : urin; a good and pure Gin, which no
,.t),. approval ofi the with confidence in its beneficial trace in Mr. Wolfe's medicinal gin although I repeatedly JlL Segars, Tobacco, French Cordials Almonds

. ,'" _. I I importer of twenty years standing in tested various quantities of it with the hickory Nuu. Ale! Porter Cider Wines Brandy' _

tl4.",1tr.ay TOO. C.UiCElL-Co1. D. Usscry, of the .Ooll York. ont possessing a matured: ex- chloride of calcium by the usual process, which so &c. arL-, ; V '

; Desoto, informs thdxlitors of the Cad- \ of HOLLAND GIN especi readily detects and obtains it in .the ordinary spirituous .D. E. CARR.'.
Jan. 15th l53.
that he has fully tested A remedy for 18$3. to attention liquors. 'himthliL..;;:
August, j your my AROMATIC ,tJV ., '_ _
= ome disease, recommended to him by I ,as onj which cannot fail to According! I feel bound tosay that I regard this i'cr there ting- ,,

, woman, A native of the country. The t expectations,aqd I shall be happy gin as being in every respect prf'emln-ntly pure, if ,l' tba; '
'Y 'tandi
; Urs $ Take an egg and break it; p tIB T AVEA a bottle of it.frpe uf charge,in an I and deserving of medical patronage. It is indebted ,
fo. its I doubt sound and select h
-' Halt, And mit with the yolk as long as it will 2. vcars old \v3i. intimating your rcaJaess to accept : superiority, not to 011' &\ > 1'S
matrials and that accuratemethod of
V to peculiarly retail,
\repliad Mr: P. be .
"you must mi
.neemit; stir them together until the salve is A pply to r--'
distillation which leaves the heavier less volatile '
,formed stick one year since I have prepared V 0:: .t',V
of ;
; put A portion on A piece 6 1653.Lime
.. August essential oils both of the parley and the berry,behind Cr.n
my SCHIEDAM GIf exclusively for ri celvcd the l. .It.C'
feg piaster, And Apply it to the cancer about y -!M
in still. Thug also is sufficient for abe
to account
twice He has the twice in .; yet within that: biief period, I u.' Claret %Vine. 2' Cbls./Nice n r6qo Keg
a day. tried remedy ,
refined of this above oth >
aroma < r gins; futJngird
letters Soth from physicians: Duller. 10 l-oxes Cheese, 2 do Chocolate, do Con-
,, feU own family with totnplcte success. 500 blivlicls to. its really extraordinary to ihespecial qualti-s of the Italian Juniper uen y. precs Water, 2 Cases fine Cut tobacco in tin foil, V
g-. Clllpoo rIs.75' 'oll of which the manufacturer speaks in his ciicular, 1 I
Incipient Dropyand cffrctiona of Choice Principe tc., S carsat Retail. '
A>BBSEKT mo* THB POPE.-The Church of Tar, Pitch, Rosin, Bladder generally; also in Dyspeptic have no chemical knowledge! nor wherein iis lighteroil J B. E' CARR,

:' Najfre Dame des Vicloircs of Paris has been honbttA. Oil. Brushes Sheet in proper quantities as a Diet differs from that of the Juniperut eonvnuni 1 I May SI. 153.IJ ,

by the rope with the present of A gold and at dinner U found by uniform find mba: the pure oil olbnthpulrizesto the left and

1c4 wreath, to be placed on Uie head of the -Aupust Cb.. eminently efficacious in. the most yitlda, with hydrochloric acid, a liquid 'camphor RM0F7"Etfl .-
I C *, Dried Fultrn
<: *atvepfthie Holy Virgin, which is valued at when even the beet of the usual reme This acid being in the stomach as a principal ,component Apple*, Market
-I \ of the gastric juice,probably! creates this material Beef.anU Hams Dried Beef acon.Pork, Lard
will be in- aflVrd than %
to more
.pteeO francs. This precious jevrel temporary relief
,, ( the oil. and renders it the valuable d fuive cheese era s,choice family flour! .jrabam crackers,
> that -would moan
: ,: ated on the 15th of:August, the day of receiving yield similar results buckwheat1 rice gelatine, starch choie
1AM certainty in own stimulant for which it was formerly, and will probably coin teas
your professional V V V V
11&0 Assumption. year I ,again be reno wo 4.- t of' -r wfne/ofie.. V ,,: .
< >- i is the last V P. .
I next Schiedam ''I. eOMeq"t'nalyrt'gml Mr. %Wolf cl!ateJim E. CARR.Il3r
ASOTHEI CHANCE FUASCE." Every liberA Schanppa pat up in h 'J lOth' : VV
rs Book' open, and and Aromatic Schnapps" ai a valuable 'n c"s ion to our ,
(1'131tntary/ corned nnd ,
raided person will be glad to hear that.Loris levy and name euibodasdba the bnttle also pbarrnaceuticar, g' its. to say uoHiing" its {oraparative 1 VV
f"8&&usQx is About establishing baths and wash U.;:B. innocuousness to thtse who V u signature on, .the J label aod my seal ,.
NU S in Paris The cause of. order1 in France an essiy its properti. qours as a beverage. To persons traveling the
ffnk Wade
upn fIi4CIIeIe with
. .' 1cbeeo threatened chiefly by tho unwashed ; St Augustine, UDOLPHO WOLFE Southwest, where the best water frequently produces flV Botcher Warranted Razors preparation set ready for use..Assorted

an1 the Emperor will promote the peace of society : Beaver street New York. : distressing and sometimes even dangerous effect* Cutlery, Scissors, Accordeons. shaving
." \ unaccustomed lu them, I should think oap%
class to .
by that dangerous disappear.ryflUUh. upon persons
itnsmg the New York MedIcal brushes, boxes,straps, comb*, hair brrches, steel key
\ A L PFRSOS Gazette and it would be,a good precautionary provision, as a
. I tL the estate of edited' by I): M. Reese, M. D- counteractive orf preventiyc of those effects, when rings,tweezer?, cork fctews, patent gl u ink stands% .
\;" / aesoncd steel peosfih lines, hook.cot ton twiue.V .
.., WJehire frequently heard that Jobaccov was late 'John D. October 1st. 1852: 'mixed in moderate quantities* At all events, it is 1 B..E. CARR

,*),., pefeeeous tq snakes, here is. the proof: ceased, are ,? GIN AS. A DEQI IX the purest possible article of Holland Gin.l heretofore Feb. 26. R.53, V I

} \ .nold, My in Iowa while recently In the without delay weapcompaoied (.he publication unobtainable.'and as such, may bq safely. prescribed. \ V I

.;4.r.TU bitten'on tho end of her nose by a Rented witliin: this subject,, (iota our fellow
.'gesnake.' The old ,lady recoTeredbtzt tb forever. barH' i : ; :.., with. bnfc e mmfn"ry. ex- V ;. DAVID I 1, MPTT.1\.J ,, V also ,liite wash Bru-Jie. CoI ringpaints, I\h

ft Rke died! Coroner's verdict-Poi&o.nedfas by j1 own views. .'SID Of. Uien .we have ,, 4j.r! It.' ': J -,' Pharrnacentical, (Uhemisti H amCopf1f'I'1.Grne- f1 D! .h. J J, .
Wonder if snuff will kill lizzards? :I July I6 tb, :, } this agent, and_thus'far'with favora- : ..f June'. stht:f IV ; f 3m.1 *. ,April 3Oth;I 53. ': f'4'iB"ECARP." .- .i,, V VV .S

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Usluess Director,. Forthecocnty of St.'Jobon fjbe first lot>dsy :A''U Ordiaoace for' tto Pr..eclloll Tax Collector'* nlc'* CHARLESTON: AND FLORIDA-

Mcgaoli Hotel. 'Oa St' George Street, north of I in November (which for the yes1853, will be the of White Persons j.lle--r--&>>led for Y virtue "of the power vested in me by law I U. 8 MAIL BTEAJ1EHH
ihe Public Square: and vQ' ,door noribtit; the Meihoilist 7tb November. B shall expose for sale before the Court Howe in !
D Iriae '
I Church ",'* WocsbJjb Palalkaou the first Monday of July) next the following j I CAROLINiA, I AND F L 0 III 1
For the of Narstn A.
Thursday before the and Ccuncil of the
ftonu No." 00''' Tiau",. f.ue 'N "" Be it Ordained by the May' l described br so mush thereof will nay I
,I\ \l&re. .Tfm pf third M pd'II'f tfovejnbjr, (say/ox 1853. ,the lth. City of Si.AugustIne: That froi and pIer the pasaing the state andcoanty property tiara and newssary expenses die 71srottg&IoPaktkain24o3ojj ,.

Cftf"l On Charlotte NOJ.irw V of this Ortinajofte.if persoar peewns shall know The CAROLINA '
apd Boy Street a few thereon wit.
,doors South Eattpf the PuWU S tiarc. For the county of Davsl,09 the M Monday in November lng'7' be engaged or concern*? in vociferaUve noise ,to leave CHARLESTON !

i'/,." 1(".,. On Charlotte Street and Treas (which (or 1853 will!*the:lbt I November. selling spirituous liquors or &1 other set having an 76 acres 3d rate land granted to the Hears of of ________ ____ Salarcar.IC! 3 p. Jf. jj.
ury. Lanf, north of the P&bUc Square annexed to the For the cpantr of Marion, oo the 1st Uondar in immedute tendency to distor'or. cause a disturbance Thomas Fitch and advertised for nonpayment tsxes __ IUJa D,.wUllQ'c PALAT.
t' f UriJalouse., December, (say for 1853, the 5th December. of a congregation 01 white pcsons assembled for the for the year I852f being section 42 of private North sur- KA every Uond.)'.7 M-jPlCOL4.TA.10 A..X'aad :
of divine chrrah chapel the ,eys township 12.range 26 and bounded by JACKSONVILLE ,"
BQARDING For (be copnty of Alachua, on the 2d Monday ia pnipoje worship ata Ocklawaha RIver Tuesday 4 oVtock A.K
I, IIQU3ES. December,{ay 12 | Q,etaber ia the 1853. City; such perss if a white person shall be fined. not Michael Crosby's grant South by the The FLORIDAwill leave CHARLESTON
Mitt' F//j PO St. (f eofge Street, a few doors For ef year (lessinan five dollars nor more than twenty if a 'colond East by the River St. John nil West' by grant. of Tuesday, at 3 P. M- Returning will bare n'J
CoUjabia PA.
South of the Horse thetojtnty/ on the 3d Monday the oiender shill be fid as aforesaid, Michael Crosby.
$ Cfqurt an/i Pnblic Squjre. Dec person every Thursday at 7 A. M ; PlCOLATA.
y .a mkr. (which for 1853 will be the
lO. tf. Papy. Qn Biy street, corner of Bay and cember. 19th De orwhippedTwt exceeding thirty ItJt tl, or imprisoned .Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of 10 o'clock. A)1.. ; JACKSONVILLE FrMsy
Garden Ls lJe. rot exceeding oi..week with coats at the discretion 01.he Ille. o'clockAM. "v

r.I .lI ''''llIuu."nocmms __ Mayor and C....ncu and that the City MarsbslI! The above sale U postponed to the first Monday of These Steamers connect with all the iaterlo
JJ tst< f mfS1! 8g Alderman shaU attetdi to and ?
and if not destroyed m. Major or allcompUints September Stages of East Florida. and connect both vhk '-
frosts DftoeUio next.R.T. ways
r such offender. nOY D Iherift'and eofi
arrest \ the New York Steamships, Carolina !
lAanled from the second to thcTartiary ** 1'1'. ACGUSTINE, E. r. ailroads. ai4
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( That upon all convictions tie person or persons convicted Tax Assessor and Collector r. c, the Wilmiujton Boata.
invariably fails H make: bf 3ireet.showcra shall remain imprisoned or committed until the Palatka. Jan. hi, 1853.
'j! and is much spent before the w, dIJI&. THIS ESTABLISHMENT hay fine and costs are paid satisfied.. Pottage from Charlatan to JacktomiUe. 9....
I \on sets'in. From tho first to the mi : Urf g Imderltone Thorough Repairs this Passed in Council Abrch lOb 1853. Tax Collectors Sate. Picolata and Palatia, 310. .

March, \ro may: set dr.vn as the proper tim I w r-i cnmieaent ae880n is now R8dy for a HUMPHREYS,Mayor. Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I For further particulars,apply to
KUaT! 'otc.p4nV. }AMILIE8 AND Attest B J. W. CALDWELL. Chariestoa.BELLECHA88F .
JI1anUn) ; > shall for sale before the Court House in
In nU climates gool preparation of the 1 land' is 11 11NTBOAgDER8 can have spacious A. B. PACKTTT. expos &FIN EGAN,JaebosY.
I P&Iatka.. on the first: Monday of July next, the following _
to full of but in non I so. UR: REID Palatka.
essential crop corns described property ov so much thereof as will Itb2l.
In the first 1 Ia! pQOtfl$ An Ordinance to ruse a rev nr.e to meet the cur
in this \ place Airy, Clean
much aa region. laud Kent.re the state and county taxes aad -
necessary, expense
nt of the City for the 1853 and for Tax Collector's &! .
before standsj *$9jl elf. furnished ezpences year
well plantinaf!
prepared due thereon, to wit.
T' t4"J handsomely.th *
better\ than: half: plowed land, but { II IIl. Wauling. e extinguishment of the City! debt. 03 acres 3d rate land,granted to E. Hudnsldon- BY virtue of the power vested in me by law (

son for thorough preparation here Wtr The House! weH known as being re ently 31. it cxdai.ti.br the Msyor and Aldermen of Lie taxed and advertised nonpayment of taxes foift expose for sale before the Court House*.
of ths growth nit; only of the corn, wi, rat. Built, Expressly with a view to the accom- That City of til.of Augustine, in Council convened: the year 1852, lying partly in township 19 range 26 Palatka oo the first Monday ,of July next, ike t. .
Tax of '
a one-eight be aud
; species of gnus aniweeds, requhvllratinn '.,,.., odation of Invalids and others, being entirely the same is hereby directed to one be..imposed ereat fo- the ana r.. rtfr in township 12 range 26. and bounded lowing described property or so much there*! aa-ut

,,,,,,, :Ji JlCO the UCCCSsUV.Of bav'i.: built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Fold. 1853, (for the aforesaid) the value North by public u..l*.South by the River St. Johns pay the state and county taxes and the necessary i ipenses e.ac
year purposes
...- .3 lI11l i &c. which and grant of Wra. Gardner, J:...t by public land to wit.
tfiCf e- 'J.r ing Doors, renders it Free from of all Real Estate situated and lying within the .
4 ____ and (Vest by the River St.Johns. ISO .tr..3d..r..e land Wm.
granted to c..rilf7.
of Blinds .
i, Post Master Dampness. Fireplaces to windows Chartered limits of the said City-and the following
Unless taxes ant l are paid before day of double taxed and advertised fur
PUBLIC 0' through,opening on Piazza Promenade TWO persona (to wit). Frederick C. Humphreys, and Al- exptases nonpayment ola* ,,
sale, for the 1852 I ia 13
Post Office. La.w"JObD Westcoti, Sur- Hundred Feet. Protection from Rainy, Cold Herto D. Rogero. ar; appointed assessor. to determine The above sale is postponed the first Monday bounded year J' orth and,lying Lst. township by E. ilndnaEsgrsat hltJ.......

ficp .in the Courp |UI 1 Street,corner of Artilleryatet Vinds&c.,forming{ a desirable KSTKEAT from the value of said Keal Estate and fix the basis of September next. South and Weft by the River Si: Johns. .
confinement at all of the upon which said tax shallbe levied and it Is hereby
8uruar Guerc4. seasons year.- R. T. BOYD Sheriff aad ex-off. Uuless taxes and expenses are paid before 1sale.
yeyorGenetsIVn IJ RegIster of Public The House |IS situated facing South in central further rdajned that the tax' imposed by this Ordinance Tax'Assessor and Collector c. day .(;. "",

"JAne and Uoawltal Sree*.\ position, and retired from other Dwellings. shall be collected in ike same manner an J ._ ,Falaika,Jan. 1.1, IR.53. The above sale! ia postponed ta the first Monday:
... -' lit i Court'tI.tl The pouse contains Rooms with additional under the same regulations are provided and in- '
/, (Uf '. .A. T. No ,$ rlnduoffice 45 .I o September next. .
la the Court J o l Parlours, Dining, Setting Uooms.and conveniences force in relation to the collection of City taxea levied CUr Ordinances and He< iolutloii I R. T. nOYD.' sheriff and ex-off.:
I ..de )office upon other descriptions of property. 'Ordinance( tot the better preservation of the
TA... T. 'Jtl4II. Itfcehe" i in general For itccommodaiioncan- Tax Assessor and Collector i
Pd 11d. c n rIatW31T1BA3.: r. e.
*W c ieaaliness and health of the and for
City, t other
I Icuec.IcHIgs. not be surpassed.The :\ purposes Palatb. Jaa 1st 1853.:
4 G.IlUAlPUREYS.Jafor.
fti 1 h1 ,
o tU QIn
Of (G.llusarexf well 'earned Reputation this House Attest _
.- $ dIe COllrt lIoUle. Ilk it hereby Ordained by the Mayor and Alder- Tax Collectors &!s.
..J 147\QUeCIOr ofrdtr hair from Year to Year acquired. it will be the M.\ R. ANDREC Clerk. i
D. D"."", Clef V ProprietrcstI,Mrs..DAVIS aim to sustain and men of the City of St. Augustine,' ,in Cou icil! assembled BY virtu of the power vested in me !by Ia* | "

;! be pout: l1uu a Y Arusu office in for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns TUITION. : That from and after the promulgation of this I expose for sale before the Court Howe U
Ordinance, shall not be lawful,la throw vegetablerash I'ilatkaon the first
Monday of
'residence her thanks July next, the fullo .' I
the of A.
1 near *
'l\c\ Ulp.0"' ilofe The Tablo will) be supplied with choice THE Subscriber at the request of many of his t annimal matter af any description over the ing dcscribthproperty ur so much theieoC aa will
/jJ has been induced to undertake'the tui. Sea Wall.or into the Basis connected with said I the slate aad pay
nelor af,Cuttomt. Jsmei A. Mickler.y Game Oysters, Turtle Fish, Ducks, Venison, ion o/a limited number of Pupils. lie herefore'con- : Wall-and oSending against this eounty taxes and necessary expe ars
k any person due thereon, to wit.
/. RrontQa. Judge U. S. Court fforlhernirictofFlofjds Turkeys and Shell lisa, which at this time prohibition
4 t emplates opening School on Wednesday the first ,shall, if a white prison; be fined Air the filItofl'enc I
Ii I ofl'!>} e t in the} Court Iou ef our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or dsy of December text at the house recently occupied in a sum not I less luau two nor more than I 457 acres 3d rate land granted to C. W. Clarke

.. R. Fqirlqnkt, jplerk U. 8. Court t. oQce in moru Hunters, sporting exclusively fur this ss a law office by W. A. Forward Esq.1<< adjoining five dollars,and for each subsequent offence, of nol&I' doable for the taxed and advertised for nonpayment of lain

ourt Ilouse. House. he residence.of Judge E. B. Gould. less than five nor more than Ten dollars;and lithe year 1852 being in township 13 range 97

Deputy Martkal. G">orge I. Zehubaur, office, in Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing He will teach all the Elementary branches of an I offender be a colored person, he or she ao offending bounded North, East and West by public lands ..i
'. South by the River St. Johns.
ltCourt Tackle' ?,Boats for Excursion&c. English Education, viz.-Spelling. Reading, Writing shall subject to a like tlneorbe at the discretion Unless .
; QI TIlE PEA.PE.; Very Respectfully and Arithmetic. of the Mayor punished by the infliction ofa uumber sate. taxes and expenses pa.M! bcjure day ol

Reuben'Pinkhanv-Offjoo at > fetidenee South PROPRIETRESS.} lie will also give instructions in the thevry of Surveying of stripes on the bare back ol' not lets than ten, nor 1 The above sale ia the
p.f St. Francis Barracks. | Nuig'lion.lndIen.uratiou.! more than twenty for the first offence, and for each ot postponed to first Monday
September next.K. .
G.If tnpkfejt, Rotary Public. :-.office' in thp Court IT. It,-ft Is the wish of the Pro TERMs PIa QcARTKa....For tM Elementary branches, subsequent offence, of not less than twenty, nor T. BOYD, shoriffand exff.:
{fonse* 86per ,half in advance. more than thirty one.
prletvets that the Servant attached quarter quarter I Tax Asessorand Collector
CITY QFFICER.B. to the Ilouse should be civil alien Surveying, &c$3 extra, Be it Jurlker Ordained by the authority fore-- Ptlatka, January lit. 1853. r.c.

J12ror-G IIsnjJrqs. : live and obliging Surveying, separately pet quarter $C. 00 said: Thai shall not hereafter be lawful for color .
'Lllu..e'A.d" ; t Hours of tuition from 9 to2 O'clock. ed persons (bond or free) to use the Sea: Wa I, as a Tax CulecZoe! S al..
% A MAGAZINE OF PURE MORALS. JAMES M. GOULD. place for promenading, and they are hereby forbiden

?I.414 4jh11iCisJtjicAi.I 4raiaq! .; >) 4\'dtrme-'. I ; Nov.20It52.STAIJILITYSECURITYPERPETUITY. to walk thereon, uii'ler a penalty of a fine of not B virtue of the power vested in me by law Iehatlexpose
for sale
II' less than two nor more than five Dollars,or in lien beforethseCourtll.niein J
ni K Utlna. J, PE'FIUtSON' MAGAZINE.nJ. thereof n'imberof stripes of not lea than ten Pilaiks on the first Monday of July next the following

Clerk of flu City] Council, A- Q. .acet.r, office The Rest and Cheapest Ladies' Magazine.A .. more than thirty &ae to be laid an the bare back nor of described property or so much thereof as will
at the Couqci i'| room \j $900,000. pay the stale and connty taxes and
NSW VOLUME t of this popular periodical will the offender.Et ntctssaj? expenses
City Aftinhal and' C'er&Ihe ;Market. Reuben commence with' th) Janoai, namberfor 1853. which THE MUTUAL LIFE IXSURAMCECOMPANY : t| further OnlatatJ and Decreed by the authority I. due thereon to wit.

Pjokham.L will be ready by the lstoDecrnbersni will be the nforetaiJ that from and after this 'date, all A piece of;iand in the Town of Palatka known sc

PQR/T \ARDE.NS.; most sujterk" ever puUithod. OFNEW YORK-N0.35 \VAI+LSt.. colored persons are forbiden to smoke in any of designated 22 on the map of saioSTowa as Block N..

f. C. Zylitra. Ckarlet Ifaager Jo*. JB. Pomar.AUCTIONEER. The only Original Waffazlue. Accumulated fundaNnt.lu. 18-\9, 900. the streets or other public places in the City, under South, bounded East by 2d street Went by 3d street
SET ,scurely invested in Bonds and l\Iortgagl."l a penalty! of a fine of not less t ha a three nor ethan I by rnains'reet.and North oy mau'Woa jtreet jap*
This is now the only Magazine that gives original posed to be owned by Yaudenburj Giles & Hoffman. _
i in this city and Brooklyn and stocks tive dollars for the first offence or i. defeitft of :
articles exclusively: Mrs. Ann d. Stephens the editor nfthe State and City of New York and United I payment thereof, a number of atripes of not less Unless taxes and expense are paid before day at

*le .Center,f. f. Ferreira and; J. 4. Strjscha.RJE.II ; I and all the best American writers are regular States Government. than ten nor more than twenty to be laid upon the) sale.
i contributors.. More thrilling stories, talcs aud novels The above sale is postponed to the :first Monday
I This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely exten. back of the offender-and for each subsequent
I -hare appeared in this periodical, la the last ten of SepUtubcf .
& xt.
; CHANTS ded and prosperous business. offence: a fine of five dollars, or the infliction of
than in all the
years. otherspat together. Th tone R. T. BOYD.sheriffaodl!
.U R. Andren. The Company declared a dividend 0'| profits of lit thirty one stripes, to be (laid on the bare b cki Is cx-off.
Dealer is that of the moral I
in duple aid Fancy Dry highest purity,sa that family Tax
Assessor and
& all, aforesaid cd all colored CoUec ot ,. ..
.IWO the a ,
percent on existiag policies on 3 lit ; persons are hereby strictly
poods corner of George aqd where there daughters should have It. Receipts Palatka
\ 1'icola.ts, sjreets; Mal| ae of January, 1848. forbiden to carry about their any knife January iii, 1853.,
: ket Square. ,patterns fur embroideryand everything useful i persons "
Burlin :aipa & Howk-Corner of St. George to. tht sex, appear mOAIW)'. All tbo Profits are divided among clasps or other of more than three inch length of Tax Collectors Sale.Y .
and Treasury Lane.EtrroughiE.Carr.. the Insured. blade ; nor shall any colored person not actually infirm
Colored Fashions hero Oul,. from disease extreme virtUe of the power vested in me law
Wholesale and Retail deal The premiums are payable in cash annually sent or age carry under any B bJ : I
of first: quality Family Groceries of al! kinds L e1r,. No other Magazine now gives colored steel fashion annually, or quarterly interest being added on the pretence whatever, a caner, walking stick of any shah expose for sale before the Court h1ou.ea,. .

orS 4c., N.( ) FM t aide Charlotte. Street North I plates, as this does. Full letter-press: descriptions accompany deferred paymenu. size or description; under a penalty of not less than fiJatkjuon the first\ Monday ol July neit.ihe follow, ::1
J q oth, s Public square each monthly plate. This is, in fact the The cash principle adopted by this Company secures five dollars fine or a number of stripes to be laid on lag lex-book of fashion and indispensable all who the hare back of the offender of riot the slate and e u Uy UXesaad
) due
tlieieoa .
would know how 10 dress elegantly! yet economically nor more than IhirIY.lllnr" &o wi.t.A
goods, West side of Charlotte doors are effected the, whole of the advantages without
Bunth .,Treasury Lane. street% a few It enables tyery lady to le her own 'drettmakef. subjecting them l 6) the heavy drawback of accumu. fu'itlby the Council 23.1 December J 852.G piece f land in the Town of Pulatka known :?'

betk M. \Yakeman Vles1e aqd Retail dealer: JlugltlllOOI1'. ltI zQIi1U'I\u4 lated premium notes. HUMPHREYS;\ : Mayor. designated on a map or, plat ofsaul town as the North
< of Block No 2*. bounded
pt,.. Dry .Goodsn.qd.. .. .Groceries, _. Grocery. store oq the other EUIP"D\"lull. Persons may effect insurance on their own lives Aunt. R. half of said Block/ Exst 2d South by the South
AitDREtr.CIerk. by West
-- and street,
'.ruun no.ofI, e uity l'OtIf'-Ory' uoous Siore. The mezzotints and steel l enitravincs. one of which L I Ii the lives of others. A married woman can in-. North by 3.1street
Charlotte si reft. Howard's. Building. at jeast appear ia every number, are -unrivalled forbeauty. cure the_life oilier husbandthe tllt benefits of which are Infracts from frocecdiiiz of Cit J. Phillips. _by main street,owned by the heirs of

4 \ Miiiet S. k N.i Pinkkam. Dealers In Fancy In illustrations, as well. reading matter secured by law Tor the exclusive use ofh..elf or children. Council. --! -. Uules l laze and

Goods, &c. opposite the Planters. Hotel on East indeed, this Magazine is without an equal. In fact, : sa le. expenses are paid before day of
|\4eofCharIoitesteet. lail i. lathe, only illuttrated Magazine in tie countrywkich Clergymen and all others dependent upon sala TUB following Rejojutiona were. then severally The

Pedr* Benet. D+.altriD Groceries,Provisions,&c. hat steadily increased in cir ttlation every net specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource I: and adopted namely ;, of Septvnibtr above ale is postponed to the first IttoaJay'

tt corner of Cuna d't.' George'.street.\ year, which proves how superior it is. whereby Ueixauriiug1amitesmay secured Resolution 1st atext.
f. J.! Qciocgfr kYtch cnaker and Jeweler, on Teruk* >Ctheapcst of All. rain the evils penury. Rewired ly the Mayor and Aldermen in<"Gll1leileon R.T. BOYIXshtrUTand ex-ofT.

George aiite.trin>nflr l: opposite office of Dr. Peck. Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual eiwl -That the Ordinance prohibiting bathing Tax Assessor aod Collector r. c.
Jfyia Nth11. Retailer of Boots, Shoes Caps, One copy for one year,9 dollars ; for three copies: 5 Life Insurance and illustrating its advantages, with within certain limits therein specified" passed ,I II he3lst Palatka, January Ut, 1853.
dollar ; for five copies 7 dollars and fifty! cents ; forms of of July, 1843. be amended
Jtlsft.nd Dry Goods, east side Charlottee application,may be obtaiued at the office 01 by inserting Immediately -
c.o/qer o.f Charlotte. stree.tsqdTrea.wrr| La.qei fo eight copies 10 dollars ; for sixteen copies:20 dol.lara. the Company Wall St., or of any of i its agents.. after the word"bathe," lo :he second: line of f TnxCoIlecoStnI *
Lawrence. the first section thereof,the following viz Ip Y viriae of the vested in
Andrea. Tuilwr. Charlotte (street. PRMIUMS CLU TRUSTEES : except power m-s by )hw i I !
,ear the For;. S.-To repay pf'IIODIgtl. Jos B Collins, David C Golden, within the- enclosure or wall* of a regular1aad decently shall expose for sale before the Court Ilousein>
Jokn U, "1' Boot maker. Charlotte street near ting up Clubs the following splendid Premiums will Wm J Hyslop. Alfred Edwards. constructed Balking Haute sod it was like* Palatka, on the first Monday! of July! nextthe follow .

tbe CIty H.ote, | I be given:-For a club of three or five a premium R McCurr-j} Win Betls wise Resolved that said Ordinance, be further so .ing described property or so much thereof as will pay \
Michael N.ellJ2afi-Oabinet! MIMi, Charlotte plate 16by24laches-a magnificent& ofTer. for I Ered Winston Joseph Blunt amended and altered as to read thus (to wit) any the.tat and county taxes and necessary expensesdus- '
club of eight, of the
a for
copy Magazine 4859. For
; this section of therroa.io wit.
Streetblow Temperance Hall. C W 'aher. Isaac U Pearson person violating this ordinance, shall .
J Dartolo. (Uicerot 41ack, dmith and Quq Smith, a cl- b ol sixteen in ,an, extra copy ib1653,atul a premium John P Yelverloa, Henry Wells. on conviction before the Mayor, if a white person 232: acres 3d late bad granted to D. Aeoa,..bt.

,J 1 "l"Ir the North Gate oj the City.. plate addition.\ TheoSedgwick, Wm Moore, forfeit and pay, for the first offence a fine of Five i ingm township 13 range 3'*aud bounded North by
post-paid' to
Stacy B Collins Zebedee Cook dollars,with all costs which may accrue in the col public land$, South and West by the River flu Jobs
I &aaJiq .I1l ,. ;Liff4'.4, Ref... tuli: by No. 98 CHARLES Chestnut J. PETFRSON John H Swift, Jona Miller l lection of said fine and for each subsequent offencea and East public lands.

I' f. Bri.der! Ch, Hotel. Street. Philadelphia. John WadawMtb David Comstock, fine ol Ten dollars with costs as aforesaid' and if Unlesstaxesandexpensesarepaid before d.)'o raa ft.

PAIpO.lnn. Retailer'; Liquors, Refreshments, '1'0 L41tQE "Lt\ 'I'Elt8.- S M Cornell. Robert Shuyler a negro or mulatto on, conviction shall trespass against : The above sale is postponed to the first Monday
&.c.. CharloUc street opposite Brl ie;'. Bowling GOUT M Wilkins James Chambers. this ordinanee the offender shall receive twen oy.five l Septen ber next.
Uey. Valuable Tracts of Laud for Sale. John V L Pruyn Joseph Tucketman t stripes on the bare back.Resolution. R. T.BOYDsheriffandex-ofT.

I 'g'HE subscriber as Agent ol the several owners Frill Whitilesey MOles II Grinnell, ,3d. Tax Asscsaot aDd Collector

:.r I STAGE OFFICE. 9trr.rl for sale some of the most valaabje lands Charles &1)'. Wm J Bunker Retained, That hereafter until otherwise pro ri. Patatka.Jan.! ht, 1853. r.c.
I in East Florida, to wit,; John C Cruger Eugene ded,a tax of six sad a quartercentsperday be levied -
Dutilb. -
: Qflc< cf tt Picolata Mail St" .
I LFit. Drlditt's City 800 acrevalos.b.U' hammock l Unit, West ofFIemington Walter Joy Francis S La throp, and collected for each It.llln the Fish market,used Tax Collector'Sale.B .
,known as the Gibbs Lands in Marion Co., Alfred Pell. J 0 Thatcher. and occupied in tie vending ofFiab aud it is here virtue of the
,, r,_ lt 1100 acres near the Alachua Savanna, known as by made the duty of the City Marshal to examine shall power vested in me by law I
the JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. all fish the expose sale before the Court House inalatis
PUURCII[ Carey Grant. brought to market and (with the P
ISAAC AunT concurrence on the first
I Secretary. Monday of July the follow
AMD. c4a44( CauroX. North si e ?4oiuunenquN. 1400 acres in SSQ Felasco, Hsjnmoc. near New- JOSEPH BLUNT, Counsellor: of aay two discreet and disinterested persons, ing l described property or so much thereof next ss will ,
nansville! whom he select pay
known the
Lawtori'Lands. unite
as may to with bin ia exam the
.i G. R. FAiaBAMKs any state end
Agent St. county taxes and
'h".eop l Cive4.. South i14e 5onmnentsqusre.| ; Several thousand\ acres good land in the} Arre q 16( a. Augustine Fla. 1 tion he may make) hall condemn all such J fun as thereon,to wit.aot necessary expenses due

Prctltteria Cj \ Qn St. George dondo Grant. may be unsound sod utfit for use-aad from aad
a th th- street.of 7QQO acres oa hula {I'tr.Ub tf St. An- after the passage of this resolution no sale offish scres.3d rate )land double taxed granted to John.

3 .A(" :!Fl..cAt; \,,,V 8 t. qeorgetu,et, gustineknown as the Bulow Plantation, having &00 Notice. shall be made either openly or covertly until the Middleton.being sectio 40,private surveys in township -*
land suitable 4. II persons are forbiden market bell has 8 range 27, and bounded all sides :
) acres c/onen for cane and cotton hereby from tresspass- been regularly rung. and say sale on ; by public .
lit j: AJiherec:1: And several other bodies of hatontock land oa .tD.. lag upon or cutting any timber on the tract of made: ia violation of this prohibition, hereby de- l laryk.

I : &*' I Ier navigable Caters.The land known aa 6OQO lev.Iinla the East side dared to be utterly void,and cot entitling the pur Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day ofsale.
.4 it- the Mugnoh* House uaJCUiT titles are undoubted and terms t low-Apply of St.Johns River between what waf formerly known chaser to,a preference over soy/other individual who ,

; A to GEO. R.( FAIRBANKS. aa Marta pace opposite Pilatka and Buena Vista may be present at and after the ringing of said bell '. The above sale is postponed to the first Monday -

'''rlUlS. t1t'l :L fliti' Feb 28. 1852 St. \Augustin-,Florida. put of Pint otlff,OOO acres mad to John and propose for any fish he may see and deaUe to o September nezI.1t .. ,

J ::;t::1&n beyUsgeau411i.1.uei: ie, at 1el( 1 Haertas.and being the same 6,000 acres sold to purchase and any person seeing $sh efifeer' openly ,. T. BOYD, sheriffand ex oft :

'. cjvill Lrst",TUesday ''a Ap.ri1 i each, aqdfveiyjeari. I i eloql Bool t.'nejrt Francis J. AvJce, by John Hueriss-As airraid land or ctvertly, contrary c ct tha Intet aDd meaning of Tax Aaseswand Collector.
Geographj) and Atls** Woodbride do is claimed by me as guardian of CA aou.tc SI. A vies. this interdiction shall' on conv&Uoa\ before the Mayor r- Palalu.J.naa 1st, 1843

For the Coaqty Somjkter, at AdamsvUIe ', and do, Peter' Parleys do, Smiths new Grammar MARY N. IICE.gustIne be fined in qpadrupje' the valqe of any fish so sold -.,.
ejeooAd RJoodajr I in, \pril fa caoh, and on the I Olneys Hisiorr of the United Slates Webster's St. \* May 14th. 1853. by him, with coats M prosecatfea Tax Collector's Sale. .;
every year. /
speller and deader\ ,Wal\eVa Hictionary.southern first "Retailed Tha.t his Honr. Ibis
Mayor be yrlue of the
vested |
For the of in bylaw,
power me
county Putnam,at Pilatka nquet.'td B
,third Tuesday class bAok.grinasbaw history of Greece do do of Wine to invite the
: Rome
In. April,In each and.every Claret &c. j jArerjr flection of Lieut. M. L- Smith of i ii shall expose for sale before the Court House ia If
yea do do
of United the
States United
english '
pictorial spel Topographical 1'alatka
on the ,
superior Claret Wine Engineer Corps first Monday of July nexttbelohlow- \
For the coacty of! $IriOQ.a' 0cLi&fouflhj5os4.s, ling book do p/immer,do reader,school l reader da- ; bottled in quarts now iathis.: City srd (twho it is understood' described ,
7' .
also the
of Afrit boils pints 10 boxes Claret Wine Imported is on a property sa much thereof as will pay :
arithmetic aUtes, led ink,letter tear Canal
pencils, paper, Sherry, Madeira and Port Wine Cordial. of : Sa rey in our State,) to the ground state and county taxes and the das
For the cqanty! ) of Alschua at. Newnsnsrille. wafers,quillf, steel{(ens, note paper, toy books tfc. Ale, Porter Philadelphia Ale and Porter Scotch i intenreninghjeiweeathe head of Matanza River and> thereon to \ tt.14acre' necessary expenses
fi/st J oiviay; m May. B. E. CAKR. Water Choice Congress Smith's Creek the head of Halifax
Principe andotherBrand River at !hi- thjrdrate .
March 26th 1853. Segars,Aro- land.granted to U.S.Dex
lows *"
For the county of ColomlbJa| at AUtator the mantic Honey Dew Hsulover and to ask that he wilt if consistent
< 99. Tobacco.Pipes Snuff Smokine with hit other ter, doable taxed and advertised for nonpayment of
secoq4 Monday of May. 1,000 BOOK AGENTS 4lfTED, Iaf and Cut Tobacco. aiew 10 ascertain arrangements the ; rxajnine the same,with taxes for the yen 1852, being in township U range

For the coualy Narna,at Nassaa C. H., on the. TO SELL PICTORIAL AND OTHER USEFUL ? B. E. CARR. water practicability of opening a 26, bounded North, East sod West by public linda .
\VedA< 4ajf before' he fourth *Augustine Jane 4th 1853. commanjcatvm to connect those
two and
Monday )' M r. WORKS FOR THE YEAR and report Co the pal tna South by the River sJu: Johns.
1853. City Council the resalrof
For the crqoty of OUTIat. Jacksonville on the $I,000DOLLARSA YEAR I ." his exanimation. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before dir o.
fourth Monday of( !4&,. Patent Medicines, O. lit,.

For thec natr of 8*. John's,at St. Aofutine oo WANTED i.ctive, in every and county of the United MUSTANO ( 'fracelebra HUMPHREYS, Mayor The abpve sale, is postponed to the first Monday 04_
enterprising :
(he secoj4 Mcndsy; in June.FAU men, to engage ted for diseases of the Hair Dye.Improved September next.
in the > ?C some; of the beat Books ia the Horse.. ,
>'TIMI, couru,. To men of gopd address, msscwing a lIcHoma Elixir of Qpiam. Uq rid Hall Dre-this iI'a capital R, T. MID Sheriff nd ex officio I

small cspital! of frcrn G 25 to 100 Davis Pain-Sfller TegeUWe! an, Instantaneous Tax Assessor and Collector r. c.
r. For the crantfcea- Orange and l 8.. Lod c" ,soph inducements and permanent' I
- ; will be cfier4 aa to enable Circular with the above Dye and no trouble- Sec directions. Palatka. Jlannar y. lit, 1853.JUST .
Tuesday before the first Monday in November them to, make from filto i can be had It isi-an*; .
(which lor the rea> 1853. will 4. toe 18th October.r &5 a .y profit.BT Bfaadrtth'a; Pfllt ifofiata ;PiUs, ed and if not satisfactory' be retnrned. .It diet tJ-

1. !tbs joPntnam, on the last TV Book pabjiabe4 bj w are ajl useful in Strong'a Pill Janes Medicines, they black or brown as desired try it. Received by the Carolina.buns=om.M !*.
connty Tuesday -
leadUnseed oil nail molasses
their character ,turpentine, ,
tft..1r popular- and Fahnestock B.B.CARR.Billiard *
; command ermif'oge Poinsetta .
before the 1st Moaday in November (which for the lane sales l wbererer they are o5 red.psrtIc.iI&rs. { "%tci'u Medicine Loxecust. May 14, 1853. syrup, honey,sugar,pork bacoa.hlDU,beef;cheese,.,

.- Tear 1853,will, bf ?jlst of November. For farther ,address(postite paid), To1mlQCl'a Sar, erry Pectoral crackers, bread, flour, soap,candles, starch, indigo

For As e'c naty of Bumpier oa the fovth Wednes- ROBERT 81AIw,: Puzuzaz Cod Liter Da -ASCh Seeds: do. Table;aad' Ten rasions,almonds,currants citron tea cassiaspices.,
day in November |(which for the 1853 will t quorice, Pin Alley tobacco leaf tabs
year ,. ''CM 181 William Stress, New yrk. Gum Arabic the Magnolia pepper segars snuff ,brooms *
Ac. /Retreat
\ i 23d NoviraberL! r "..brasTytb.fSS3.1y t. AT day and open throughout the washboards- pails, baskets, fishlines-, mats boxes*
W.\ venidg. S
B. &c.
I no/t8tf!/ 1.
IIRAND. March I2iU.
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