The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 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: UF00048575:00147

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BED ( SATURDAY AT The Death n-Warrant.BT :tell, for no sooner was the weapon discharged and the band. playing a dead march was heard. of those.guns which a few minutes since Wereaimed '
St. ,than the deliverer. disappeared and Anthony Mar A company of soldiers now drew near. accompanied at tho breast of an innocent man!'
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II. B. *tel"rusted into*" the room by anolher door' "Ob- by a large number of officers, who came I Every heart beat with oY at this sudden change.
WA, Anthony Martel was i brave,,ypung soldier as serving the jtvUdJppcaranceptCadalmej.breaking to witness the punishment Death.Anthony. Poor LaviRer, tremblingwith 'fear aid shame, >

I,._:-f f DDliura per annum in{ Advance.cfoooatinued ever bore arms oh the: field.of battle, He was from the-' rms1!'elm Colonel, in an instant he defined Cartel was walking with a firm step to meet' his was, left-tQ?,the M 2t red+ .flag; again,,.-Kik; were. the, ,' .fearful. t tJ
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ndtfl ak1'arreatsges; are almost an universal fkvprite! in,tho regiment HeIopd tile whole' I 'l-j jtn&Mth,; A powerful blow; he laid doom. ,Am ring i .on,the spot. designated_ for,I.,.him.! !O'" "- -.I k'
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kiaerttoo. To yearly l advertisers a andJoy when the fair Cadeline turned her beau 'were immediately commanded toarrest\Anthony. their unwillingness to perform, the odious duty ,; JI own my fault,' was the reply.

r l taoountwiflbeniadc.fT tiful eyes upon toem' and returned their salutations for attempting to murder his superior officer. In which had been assigned to them. ; 'Then I refer you to Colonel Martel, who has

': All advertisements: to must be paid for be- with a: winning mile. There was not a rain Cadaline protested his innocence ; they All being arranged, thet commandment walked i full power to pardon you or not as"he shall think' '

rtiecC ualess by A regular customer. DyfIIIIiIIriRg brave soldier in the wLole regiment but would dragged him away under a strong guard.' u Pit to Martel, and taking him,by the hand shook : proper,' said Macdonald. ,.

; to our,terms, tho requisite sum may be have been proud.to have shed his last drop of On the following morning an unusual activity warmly. Bidding him farewell, he gave him I 'Colonel Martel!,' said the_ dfegraced officer,, \ #i

'* ..1l-r'if nel and transmitted with the advertisef blood to resent any insult, to the bright star of among the officers, told that something of more permission to addresss his companions in, arms. 'dare I hope for mercy?' '

o .--J.... t Viselle. Many were' they who ,worshipped than ordinary importance was to take place, as This' ma.rk.of. kindness moved the condemned "! grant you a full and nncenditional'pardon.. .

1. AJTAdvertisementsnot, marked with thepwAferof her shrine, but only o'rin I received any return to each one hastened to the quarters of the comman man, and a tear started to his eye; but luckily You are at liberty,**. was the willing reply of Ya -:'

.- Insertions required, will be continued his passion, and'hothe gallant Anthony der. Although< a court martial is not a'very un- regained his composure, he addressed those tel, 'and do not forget to show mercy that you'

prffc&d, and charged for.* Martd. ; j I usal affair,-yet' it is, sufficiently i rare to attract who were to by ;him low in death. Comrade may receive: the same.' 5

,. g" Bve Dollar will be charged for all arf- Tbe colonel of the ; giment to which he belonged great attention in a, camp. !', have come here to die like a man: and'a By this time Cadelne'llad heard the gladsome

1 :' aeaia of candidates l" I for oQice.; to be paid was a man of ;i jilolent passions, insolent Soon, the quick roll ort c drum told that 'the soldier.! I am guilty of no crimc.I, have never, tidings, which spread with rapidity throughout I

:;..... and overbearing in the extremeto his subordinates court had convened, and were ready to try a dishonored 'my ''country or regiment; I have the camp, and hastily returning, she was clasped

.', ..... to Debtors and Creditors, $700tatioraWrLctttsa : and was as naive, rsally detested as Martel criminal Within a .ious.tent were gathered fought by your sides in the thickest of tho battle, in his warm embrace That day was & glorious

Wni istratt.>>n, 5 00Application was beloved! : a larger number of officers in full uniform. Seat when the guns of the enemy poured hot lead into day to the regiment, and a grand cflabration was, '

for dismissal as Admr., l6 00 On several occasign he had made infamous ed on a; raised platform was General Lcvack, acting our ranks and swept our brave countrymen'down given in honor Field Marshal Macdonald .and:

.ifcaiil notices for ,private benefit ,ViU be proposals to Cadeline: ?! which she had resented .ase.. Another roll of tho drum announced like chaff before the 'whlrl 'ind. But you all Colonel MarteL -

jJMfcrgti. ,4 double the rates of advertising. w with scorn, but still he became more importunate, the entrance of the prisoner. can affirm that I did not quail for falter' when the In the course of a few weeks after this event,

". 1ST AU religious notices will bo inserted gray until finding himself baJHcd, in all| his endeavors, 1 Of.what is this man charged asked the judge. grim monster started"me in the face, and 'should : the old church, at Yiselle was overflowed by those' ,

..... he determined to adopt'ji new mode gf+ procedure With an attempt to destroy the life of his superior I tremble now when. I am to die by tho hands of who'assembled to witness the nuptials of Colonel \'

; :' 'BT .".M tai to Job printing, must bo paid loping to be more successful in his designs. ;Ac- officer' Colonel Lavilicr,' said the advocate my Beloved comrades? No, I consider it an hon Martel and his lovely bride, Cadeline Dupey, d

.II M Ac delivery of the'work. xmlingly he called on Cadeline one evening when' -'j. ,, or, and tho last sound that will ever greet my 'and many were,\the little presents and keepsakesthat

I 3T* AH letters on business, and communica-. he was alone and made an apology' for-his former 1 Where, is the accuser?i' continued. the court: cars will be the glorious dying music of your the happy pair received from the: regiment,' t

: } .r ... mutt be pod paid, to receive attention.' rudeness, and askjsd her forgiveness which Hero may it please your-excellency/ replied own truo guns as I fall I know that you will who loved their brave and .generous commander '
'1 l she readily granted, :pfrsuming,, that he would ho Colonel, whose!!:arm was bound up with 'asling. not suffer my ashes to rest unavenged, Let not \1 A .TIsion. >

;l : !_ 5t !.y. !!P trouble her no further but in this she was dis- | your hands( tremble, but with a firm steady aim, One sultry summer-day, having fallen ins

J biiE is TDI1fE." a tppoiuted, for he imin i4tcly made new over- How -nmo. Mart 1 1.to attempt your lifo?' -level your pieces at my breast, when I give the,, doze over "Plutarch's Lives," methought I. was

s %. tares of love to her prcjmismg if jho would listen I know not,' said Lavilicr.'What word,IRE, for I would have the mark of everyman suddenly transported to the regions of the dead

1r.&heilJhi: :: --the word it,po..ktn. to his suit,,he 'Tpuld 1 lad her with a presents and provoked.iho' insult' it you love me. Comrades f rc\ve'U. and where, as I wandered about peeking some of ''my;

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:J Tljoajh other ties are broken, flattering inducements lucTno effect her for the prisoner is acquainted.' his battles and his victories.' ,
: upon by a loud clamor of voices that seemed to como
.Time tLeir Iran dff chall never. part. she was true to her'frit| ; love Is that all?' The soldiers brought their pieces to their from persons engaged in contention and attracted :

'. 'Consider Cadclino said 1 It Is/ excell ne ." shoulders, but stopped suddenly as the frantic
Tta-lia l taken her ia.glajneu, ., hey; 'my rank ;;and your I the attention ef Rhodomanthus, who presidesover
station, ana then your position! would bo hi'herthan After a short consultation with the other officers Madeline, rushed into the arms of her lover.
From the alJ.hoty latrine, ; the Supreme Court in that unexplored region -,
tho the jutJgc turned to the and thus Oh Anthony'Anthony, must not die. Col-
r. = t A8 .lifraduea proudest latyinour village.; besides prisoner you On inquiring the cause of this disturbance ,
S P* A.*j. JTWygf' np i .'' tt ou shall have attendai ts and all the addressed himAn'thooy cooel t si'f icr will have mercy, he cannot be BO .. .
She!*ibtne, and only thine II I 4t luxury and he was informed that.. it orglnated in, a "fflSputd"" -

.. ,' refinement that wealth l can furnish.' 1 Martel t, you have been found guiltyof cruel as to murder,you.! VCadcline, there, J U no between Alexander 'the Great, Julius Caesar, ;
In 10 fiir a'temple never '10 ; to murder I hope., Iliad prepared.to die but this
'Ah, Colonel LavilJeV! what would these splenuiJ an attempt a snperior officer of the meeting Tamerlane,, adir Schah and Napoleon Bonaparte,

Aogh1 of.. ill.. can hope'to come" gifts be without pie, | heart :said Cadaline. French army, the punishment for which crime is unnerves me. I could havo wished you had been as to which'was the greatest hero and .

Cod will:. strive. ,,und rtriving" f'i'n. 'You would soon lia I m to love"rae.' death. What have you to say why you should .I spared: this! scene<< but calm yourself and do not. judge directed them 111 to be called conqueror.The : before 1',
Make. to pure a shrine its home. 'No Colonel i not suffer the extreme of the law weep when I am gone, You will not \ijnt.Cor. ,
\ r we,car never love but one. penalty. whichyou 'him, and ordered them to set forth their, pre ten- ,
\ I '. defenders, for my regiment will protect and j
have offended you
'Then why not f' v
love me
neat the oihei'd love possessing.S tions in as few words as possible., .
-. -' '''' y what care tI.o.ld| l cloud that brow ; 'Because Ialrcadyll!:I< ve another, returned J.alme. Martel: who stood as though unconscious until it will go hard with him who dares to offer'an insult "I," said Julius,Caesar," eau q uered Gaul. and \.
to Cadeline be his rank what it /
:: She trill be to thee a Llr&sing! ., i t: '. now, raised his manly form; standing erect, ho may. Britain, and finally laid Italy at my feet""And -

I" Aq4 f rhi j d l to her b* thou! 'Indeed my fair charmer,' said tho 'Co onel bent his searching' eyes upon the Colonel and 'Commandant, said Col. Lavilier, in an impatient 1," said Tamerlane, "conquered Asia,
.. tone, 'it is'past \the time ordered for th
ironically I be, ask' name said in a clear, firm ioice. eand '
*-. ; 'may ;permitted to the shut up the representative of the' Prophet in ,
man and Woman.Tbe execution have them
Ij parted and perform ,
Your I ; your
/ of the chats ed gallant? excellency am aware that any vindi- an iron ,
feHowing happy passage is from tho pen ol1 f \\dnthony }fartel'i+as tho i innocent reply cation which I may mako would be of no avail, duty.' And I,"said Nadir Sehab,"conquered Persia,

XN.Sit&umer- ... 'What I A common soldier-" a miserable ,ilire' but being thus permitted, I will speak the truth With great difficulty Cadclino was torn from Armenia and Hindostan." r

I '''might mAJtiatcd} in. the varieties and mys4 ling tor A rival I By 1 leaven 1' be exclaimed, in that'my fellow soldiers may know that I die innocent the. embrace. Martel and conveyed to a.distance And I," said N&PoJeon'cODque Italy Germany ,

, t 'h i lW awdlework; taught to have patience with a terrible passion, !uhcss) you instantly aCcept of the charge which has been brought from the spotThe and Prussia, laid Europe: at my feet, and

t Iti.,ahletieataadwaywandnesoffnfancy, and to my suit and reject the beggarly churl, I will have! against me. I did net fire upon Colonel Lavilier, !. word 'READY' was given, and quickly subjected France to my sway."
lHh noiseless around the chamber of the !' followed the second command PRESENT.' '
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him shot like and had no when arrested. At the "
a dog fc r his audacious weapon moment "And I, said Alexander "conquered the
be instructed to content] presump 'Aw and the fourth and last fatal word 'FIRE '"
,.M women might I entered the of ;
tie I dwelling I "
R, and will Give Y. m but a moment to decidi found world. .
,., kprJm, fccicnce to forth in ; ,,the ofthocomnandantwhenasten .
; pour eloquence l'Ob her in his I was on lips
his fate j struggling arms. stopped not to is- erJ well,"said the Judge. "You are aH .
_t.., or wade through fields of slaughter to A '' exclaimed quire"his rank but struck him with voice from a person who stood: A short distance
sir I' clenched
Cadaline, 'ho is guilty ono f my conquerors, but I will show you a greater
oc ', Yet, revolting to the soul would attend crime ho has fist to the floor. This is all I have done and had apart, and closly muffled up gave the command beckoned
; never injured you. Accordingly he. a tall majestic figure '
JI' tl abuse to. d to 'RECOVER ARMS!
i nature physicalanetiarBYi
'Has he not dared tP supplant an officer of th o it been the Emperor himself in his own palace, I standing apartcontemplating the scene with calmindifference -
I1M.t81., while the beauty of social or. So sudden And abrupt was the order, that
'_ would have done likewise for the every
French army, and he jonly a common soldier!I' duty of a true who advanced and stood erect before -
'4..w be defaced And the juutiiu of earth's was turned tho who had thus-
+ soldier is to protect the innocent and defenceless. eye upon person
'Nay, Colonel Layilicr-I loved him ere I saw the great Judge of mankind.
n up. Wo Arrive then At the you. Ho is generous- 1 noble, and would not in I am'willing to die, but my death will not be una, dared unceremoniously to countermand an orderon Here exclaimed Rhodomanthus -"Here is
-; = tho sexes are intended for different venged for tho will not have covered so Important an occasion:
." jure Any one. !, grass my the conqueror, greater than the desolators of nations ,
meted in conformity to their respect before tho of 'Order that man under arrest, said CoLLavilier,
. 'Do not lose time in idle words; consent to be, grave weapons my comrades shall and the sudjugators of Empires who, after '
: by Him who bid the oak bravefthe as the person approached rapidly to 'where he
have found the heart vof murderer for
mine, or ere the morning sun has risen an hour my thereis I giving freedom to his country, and emancipating -
e tempest,and the Alpine flower. re*t not one who will shrink when the hour stood; throwing his cloak from his face the astonished ''
.in the heavens, hi* heart shall have ceasedbeat. to comes. a world, overcome his ambition and conquered -
the bosom eternal Hat officers beheld in him FIELD It.1RSu.1J.1IA.c-
snows. '
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riser not imply inferiority. The high '''Oh, heavens! spare' him?11 cried Cadaline I in Martel your language does not become a man DONALD, and Pencil.

,...f eififa: with Alt here pomp And glory arc anguish.! If i I j I i s I who is on the threshold of eternity.' Will Colonel. Lavilier inform me for what crime 4. ..

...I Aweattbie onto the march Ambition o r 'You plead in ,fan' ,: I r Truth becomes a man at all times,! replied the culprit suffers! : a Wouldn't Contend. r

55 ;"..i nf poi r; ,.etthose who pass with faith 'Give me but a Bingle; day. to decide.' Anthony. t For an attempt on my life with a pistol was A cross-grainek, surly man, too crooked by

: 1Ii"1'ana $ ted through their humble l o 'Not an Iipur.' "! Colonel Lavilicr during the time the prisonerwas the Answer. : nature to keep still' went over one morning to ,

Lef,, dttty! AXffiP9f unnoticed by tho "grca At this ,moment p'majestic' ,form cast a plight speaking, seemed greatly excited, and turned Aie you sure ho is the guilty onel'I his neighbor, Mr. F,, a remarkable' cool, calm,
"' .,it,t an.1 'cndowaenta! th o shadow in tho.doorway, but it Was not observed pale, for he knew that cartel, was a great fa .Yes.1 i nonresistant and addressed him thus:- :'

riches in.. cither of the + within the vorite in the regiment, and he feared that his own Will you not pardon him!' "That piece of fence over there (pointing in a .
by room so
...fl'e absorbed were persona the r in their own affairs., ':deeply Stepping lifo was in danger.: 'It has been decided. ,by, the court martial ; ,) is mine, and you-shan't. have
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he shall die. .
Martel'' th"Why
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+" ;a mawkishr a little, aside so'as,:' to be unseen, the ate an- Anthony judge, sentence initif __..: L___ a'.a. _. Mr. P.. 1

'a. and bombastic nonicnse-so many Iel'remaIned_- .. a.__ silent.. n, snect&tor_ n __ of__ all u__ that_n.__ nassed._m_ __. of the court is, that you die tomorrow Sou' &. .run nary uiv oaiuehim. INW'. Cr w .y+ replied** "you' must.: be mis
g tt ] taken I think. "
... if\.l.tears end. baardn( -School tenhve 'I implore you to,I et mo speak to Anthony. before morning at sunrise, and that you be shot by
g twelve of comrades.' 'I decline all interference in the course of ins.lice' "No no; it's mine, and I shall keep it"
t ....... been hwpcd around! Its conn4wi I give you'a fin; 1 Answer.' your ''' .. "
I replied the Colonel, We said neighbor F.; suppose we leave
? Again the roll of the drum told that the case ? ..
scoff 'Not word to bin instant .
tbuirtalthy ralnd not annAtuTAlIy ; f give "
been decided and About 'I do not, said Macdonald, 'and .therefore I i it to any lawyer you shall chose.
they were to con-
:;4k "?pMatioo -uatU they, toot it And thus has me your consent to, become my bride or you ,. .
; duct,l he prisoner to hU quarters when stop the execution.. Anthony Martel is not guiU I'won't leave it to any lawyer,? laid the
of'MarteL' A young
(.tt... *%host emotions of which our nature sign the death warrant S. other. '
1 'Inhuman monsterI! would rather die thousand girl rushed past the guards, into the tont, and I ;
... fete,"wen brought into un,4eserTe4 daroA } H prostrating herself at the feet of the presiding officer 'May I then ask your excellence who isT-.inquired "Well," continued Mr. P., "shall we leave it

deep true, earnest, unselfish Affection, deaths than be your wife-even were, you exclaimed Lavilier, with an uneasy air to any four men In the village that you shall select
:5;; ada honest'man ("the yotttsr work offle .t4e proud Emperor, of France, Anthony fears ,, I ?"'
'I said Macdonald '
.1" &> death and d,rather his life than 'He is innoeentlapu.e! him; he Is lot guilty am, ,
of feeUng for A woman worthy t won give "No, I aballh&Te'the, fenceNot / '
d him.' and did not shoot Colone1l.Lvmert'thQ 'Will. you please explain this mYstetXt'
(l ralfiea purifipK And fpirituaUtesbcteig have me prove false C ,
at all discomposed, Mr. P., said, "Well 1
", 1"k enlarge* his pympaUues, And 'Mad girl, you'. arc in my power, and I will use As tears ffcweddown her beautiful face, )"es. having! business importance with you neighbor, then I will leave it to whom the
since havo insultingly every heart was touched with pity save one.';* on the evening of the assult, I called at your you
: a ner inotive for extu tlon)ltisaulatcs you ,AS I please ,you.. so fence belongs to, ''whethery*u or myself.
ra )? / He stood unmoved by her supplications. The ,
but found not. On inquiry I learned .
11 & } t&uj bin to 4the work, spoken,1'Do? quarters you
>< causes ) Struck dumb by this Appeal the wrathy man ,
< ;1 judg? informed her that {n was impossible for the directions IOU bad taken and Mowed in .. !
115 his better than ho would 1cvcrl' pursuit .
tttIf lay tin to, turned: away, "convicted :by his own conscience,
.. dare der | to face Thud then i him to alterthe sentence of the court, And that i Finding that you had entered Cadaline's .
.. itwithojrtRuch an incentive. The you ) mo my ,, saying, "I wont hate anything to do with a manthat I
,..a" "' ''If a ../, I love God ,And.' lot me, prove my words by snatching breath ofthe the only hope that was left her was that Colonel cottage, I arrived just in time to be the unobserved won't contend for hu rfyAfe." -

l jWf"' ,he is.. ttw," and A great tn0} | sweet} fragrance; of your scornful tip's.'! Lavilier had who ask was for the his injured. party who alone witness of.your villainy, and the ball which 1 .. 4.

.: 'Wit Ia the i test A shore cpabls or fart And clasping hid inns. around tho fair form ofCadaline sower to pardon or.to recommend only shattered your arm was fired by me, and I An Irishman was once standing before A look-

;: 1I"h ..r.e toO 1 of Qad'a I Col, Lavilicr endeavored to put histhreat him to mercy. In rain Oadalino pleaded with had it not been for endangering the life of 'the t glasiC With his eyes shut, and on being asked
into execution.Helplmarcy him; he was inexorable, and sho was borqe sense fair girl it should have entered your heart! Col.; .
.". ( 111 the scale'Or s ie whyxlie1 stood there, replied ;' ,

.ai ,, ,' ...=:C&Jt: I'f his. Mak. er d.earnestness I l : t Jielpl1 jjxclalmod sh
.IiIo.....with...-.111 lad I I At thta inoment+ the report of. .A Pfetal, ,,.ice the On ilea fbUoTving morning, a little before sunrise -, to.whom I have related your case, and who has .. .. ...+ .. .. ,,'

., e'se'' \ .' rossOd character i. in hands of the*trang T whom wo before mention* soldierifwere'busily engaged in placsrel been pleased. to confer this honor. and.!title upon Mrs. IIavis-araytber "darter" Jane was marled .
.. ;j\,3- ," t. ., ..; -'' ing-Ufa" ;'ed. wis'hWd,'and the bullet shattered. ,the"arm, P/rt fhgsjAt-shor' ,.J intervalsbeautiful vY: a1 you. ,' Colonel' Lanier your swordhenccf;:: Jr't1a. only little Over A,w-r when the bad 'Woloyr I .
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i The Jljf tcrlofula Tra.e1 A Peed of IVoble Da D.. anxiety we entered. Napolum was holding:by OF MAILS AT PIC- 1tr 1M k.-C-6tf -i

ancient times there bredst Manheim a The following deal of noble danng is' recorded the hair his wife, thrown on the floor. ..VCo'ward -. .olauu 3>0 I THE LOPE

i young mm called Otto, who was,brave, and inteif )- as ODe of the events attendant the destruction !1" she exclaimed'Help I h'alp I 'He wouUl. ,WE are assured that the ifai\s.frpm here put .-; j. I .n. .J ;
'by fire, of 'the Imperial .Theatre, af Moscow eknJll\twd e. y iass orunk! the utA lef* Picolata Do I tjirp lore her siU.I ?'
if jligent %flt Jn l apaUe.pffcrfdttng his desres..Wiiei .- ? "f I. ., : V'.w np f q( $ are frequently at 4
I eyishe4or ,.spared Ip e- ,' We for threp and four days. The cause,is that the Alas!"b'.oik ,;,
I f anything ,From the suddenness ci this melancholy JP..f41p!fled. F'e azpu> e1. he7Priaaeeto b;
.t 4 t,to 'obtain it; and his psfsiona wen 1\ e the and frog Wi number employees perma-pccurrence endeavor+ to fUsen& his 1cUIp ,whom, steamer convey ing theta goes,up toPOatka with Ftp.JJ.J..wqlItdJor&r.kr

storm' winds, which ,c/oss rivers and,.valleys, nentiy living, with',their iainilies. in the..house, tie thus maltreated JV1*** wogun, ywf1* and out waiting fcr.the st 'a. We e$#}ot impute the ilylr Y1iada t 4 r ) "\ ,
I I Uives- w rt lost Three skeletonsin *** enrfejT 1 Alas i'lgenUemen," said the: there be WtIi#a tnT tietii aJ'hI memory J.ia
.and uDt&in" crushing everything tntheir pas'sage ; ere nor any.other conveyance- may
theupes.. Just the ,:'/.ou'can retire. If one of you relates, mpeE Uel Jlp1le atilt rilltriga-a6 '
at Ito I ."
I commencement I ae't.
Tired of life be l d hence a large communitytikepur.h&3 ,
thequset fauU.in regulations,
k-Jtynhdm fire thrW workman,who had bee'n engaged I has seen -I peed not tell the.ste r'.. .';' .t' '
[lie one day formed a pita to let oat on journey him," a right to at this public ;
along in the stories mean's dljs munpcr :
upper finding no .ton : } love her stil{r! : w .;
i I' at tfo.end of which tie hopeci'4a find:fortune "Dead y tfie Btaircasc, so rapid wj t the progepsof : The nex day,the Patrio 4p14 lbe following inconvenience.0f ,. _ Her.ejety tone, :, 'I a'. .
I r and happiness. 'Consequently he his best the illames jumped out ort window tp the paragraph : '
I ,. .put : ah rop'er roof 'which,being of iron soon became BO 'His Majesty this mQnrjngheacdjpa/a,with his ? WK again repeat that all anpnymons communications Botb'braitanJ meaiorj '
rclotij) s in a bundle,, pbced in 1 ibis, girdle tha, I intensely hot that two of the:'u'nfortunate beings accnstonied piety. His %jesty appeared to be wfll receive no attention by us, but Clare,made their own. ;

lOoney he posessed, and started without knowing I not capable of enduring ihe 'heat, thew themselves suffering from bad Realty.Sr-r His friends at thecppttctp in.tthis case jp? reply not to "Paul .Pry' but to And treasureJ,.*a ABJser does din store

I I whither he was going. After walking several, to the ground, and were killed by the (all. ; aay9 tbatlIS Jr ty irks too much. .p.ubh'e. If the public desires to know hotatuoy w And not content aee s ttjll to hoard on .110ft. i.
: : flaY s he found himself at the entrance of A'forest, The third with more'pi n e of mind, tpade> his As to the unhappy heroine of this mystery e the 5 1 1

//1 j 'which'extended AS far as the .reach.- way over to the oat ,roof and there remained was not seen farms "Yli1 tongue say hat .meetings the County Commissioners has Do I then tore far still '
eye could for some ten migfpiejE, till the greedy element not she was shut up in convent held for the year 1853, they csji eras. .to.the journals "

,Three travelers had stopped here' ., ,and seemed content with the number of victims made &s The French papers are faq oua for a specie pf of the Board, which are to be seen every day As flowers the light #

I ',likes, himself to be preparing ,'to cross it Onewu appearance.close bjr him The poor man called hoax called canard-"ducks." This story appears office .Or ss the fragrant cerema .
at the of the Judge of Probate and believe
I I a tall, haugftjr 'womanwith a ,threatening' loudly /ojr .help. .Ladders were fo octtt'od, hut to us to be "duck" of the very finest we Lore the night : ', f..'

mica holding'in'hcrhand javelin the second thei4ia' reach he height at which he stood.He tdQiJ. so large,indeed, as to exceedingly rcsem- "Paul Pry" has the same right to ,examine The which to greet,it ope** ita direst &nrrr '
saw it and raising his arm tp heaven, he made. .ble a goose. The whole affair bears OB vita face them. "' .
J" jroung girl half asleep reclining in a, chariot a sign of the creel and begin io'approach tie the most nonsensical ani contradictory" Jmprcs.sions. Aad. reigua triwpluai 1,mutrea of the; holt-r.1'''' ; ,

jlrawn boaf Gseni; and the third, an old woman.in "edge'of the precipice before' hi? J. Jnaa instant B3T" Tqe Savannah ifo?$ to NEWS of Tuesday :

rags! and with a haggard air. Otto, rated, more ho would become a corps. Thousands of the 9th instaoi rays, Brevet Capt VAtBoxxet.Acr Du i tfera _lore hei still { ,

t theta icquiring{ whether they were fcquainted copse all around, gazing wjln horror ft the immense of fth infantry has been appointed It may b sia \,
I which i the THE ANCIENT CITY.Of 3"o tfhat.. from tier ; :'
t.. .-_..- gile upon poof'man remaindcd own heart }:
the fot/ +ost Assistant Quarter master, wit .t e rank of Captain
wm ; lei : I
I .*+** r J,. ; ,.. Helpless and hopeless. 6i ice like that pf the I fain would win J II

.r 'f', / crave* reigned* u,>aog the multitude.. His Jate vies ,ass deceased.4'We One tboag&t vf love though it were at the cost!' ,
& ;&Mk voice believe that the decease the '
ywa Jheard_a was oflfcer
.. 64' ..1' 4 19\I r-i I 'fi *yTn* t >fr-r "> Of such patatliae as or fust i'f'Dulo.a.
fanp ther 1 se t. ottt Th* ye'ung man sppn peri I rot, mT good MffimT who was.shot by the Indians between this City t
'eehet uialliis companions posesscd supernatujraj i j lily, and HI endeavor to save u1 1 ;- 'and'Fort Scarle Ina839fwh n l iMr' an VTaxDXAAn4ayoung
eyes were turned to the sppt from which tth c e i.1.P !
'powers, but he''&.not a(rah\ and comUnuejl ; scntences Sere uttered A group of three rot A : Qefnjaa was kill d. Capt S: Jto .... -

his walk wnyecjingjwitn the three strangers. wen observed-common peasants- two pf ihcmholding.by received a wound .in his Spine which disabled f Tie very taougfct of ter' t.

'They had already pursued for several hours ,.the arms.and shoulders a third' who him for life, Becomes a i>pettTo
was *trugging hard to 1rcak from the void of '
the path marked put among,the ,trees) when'soundof .19'I Jis fries.. ,'Let tile go ray ''(arts" paid' he; -.- Spain and her Minister. coojure up sad rap?ra then of .he happy part ;:,

I, a Worse's footstep wap heard ..behindthcm. 1 my heart is burning within me. I i;cannot bear e4c, ptin'Y 'EP iaiL WC.IJ't a 1A AtreJtxir ED The National Intelligencer, remarking uponan titi dry hop was mine-a hope too bright to late. '

,Ot, turned rccojcizecl a citizen. of Man, r the sight of a Christian1 soul thus pejishiogM1 RES TAKCX+ TO ALL wife OPPOSE THEM. article in the Journal of Commerce, says- Du I then lore ter still I .' \:

;;icira, who had always beep his greatest enemy : And with a povrqrful efforjt yp Vroks! loose, and It is noV us to question what the Journal ...'i'
: How brfc the ,
andVhom hcVatcd for many years. The cjtizenovertook I darted forward The dense crowd gave way asb'o ST AUGUSTINE : Rays of the new Minister coming from Spain, of Unje ,
rjln'toihtburning building from When bat to think of hr
whom we know little, although we have reasonto : _
the foot passengers smiled .1 insclcpUJ, luqiseif and at the same time throwing away, I Saturday, August 13IIi, 1853. believe that if tho motive assigned to the Would be a crime \ ; -"
and went on. Otto became very G gry.UI his shoot (sheep skin}and his hat In an instant
I. Spanish Govcrnmout for selecting Mr. Qonzales Ab. f ea a few brief days and I must tiara Wry 'J
.would give all I posse,3s. ac.$ almost all I roff he was his bootsattachcd at the foot of the ladder; there he took ElrV'E arc authorized to state that Bt LtColHxBDEC is entirely imaginary. But much to our own (!f such tiling coo be/ that we er. have nail: r '- .;"',

expect.tojbpsse f' to revenge myself on the pride seising an gvea-fork, which a rope happened round his to vast bo,lying and, U, SwA., will remain in this city du Ones the regrej 01 the ery wide circle QC our coshrycicu f. 'r .

; { ;L1 f. ha?,T'mess of that man" close by, he began to ascend the ladder, which ring the month of August, whcrp he will pay anycertificates. present highly who bad respected/the pleasure Spanish of Minister knowing during the P.i I then lore her still Tfiov .,,C

q'aan satisfy ,thce said the tall lady with the did not reach, at the utmost, two thirds of the Issued in favor of the men belonging his long residence {n this country, and his call J Mootber lTb :

1 javelin.. !Shatl I make of him a blind and lamer height at which stood) the victini. leaving attaiqed to the P/npanies)\ of Capjts. SCARZZ, PKICE end most esteemed family we are obliged to contra >* thought( 'that reels 017 bran* >* .

I beggar You have only to pay ma the price of the upper footstep, the,,generous man took Bean diet the second paragraph, and to inform tho SkI lore another'

f the transformation.. :/ ,toldof. the rain gutter; apparently .it was not avery Jout'psltlifJiit; is the present Minister, Don A. Ab,yes*'the treasure of that bye-which I hart(n arIrroar ;
i.f safe means'of ascent as U Foot and rattled- Calderon de la Barca, who has been honored .
':(nd''f1J.i'f t lithe: price t" asked Otto eager- under his weight! ''liutthe'nian was resolved; ST.. AUGUSTINE,. SUMMER. BE-. his Sovereign with the post of Minister of For by- rr. i

.l y. he made the sign of the cross, and began to climb .grt. eign Affairs at bo D e. Though this promotionis She yield*to hurThere* madoess.i, the taacg&i. -I.
up. A cloud or suffocating smoke whirled around .
Thy right eye. We arc gratified to perceive *hit several iaoiles i i- a high .and deserved distinction for Mr. Gall
him; 'the'Barnes fjist1 approaching Do I then love her Mill t .
; were ron, which must be gratifying to his '
I : would, willingly, 6W gjve t it, to be t revenged. byrhln.timber', rScf hoi sheet? of rooting (jcn I fron) the 'ntcriorbtivefs'eq> vp !eirj. residence in this country withdrawal of QUDJerousCri.entk himselfand check the lOb 'I''I'J

Of"' pt cans'm* AMAtl** finished speak Were falling down from every side-but what io in our city! during the present summer his accomplished wife from the circles which, That comes to lip from bead ,

jng, when He, 'transformation promised by his'companion him was 4U this His heart was burning within months to enjoy the benefits of our delightful I they have so long adorned cannot be viewed At every ihrob .1 i
took placeand he'found himself{ blindof Jbis'breast, he cord not bear the sight of a Christian ''without regret \ 7 .. .:.
: soul thus perishing.) climate. We have thought and we prophesyit ... And though s spilt, now. on my face appear*. "\ :

an'eye. Hu was at the first. a Bide surprised, Iit'&s,* frosty day th& raln-guUer was cold that St. Augustine will become quite a resort A Tooth I* a Tooth. It is a kulit.Ibat'i worn to hi !e mr tears. {IDo "r'

1 but consoled himself with the thought that the as ice hi*.warm sweaty palms and fingers stick for planters from the interior. One of our citizens, Mr. B. L. Leww brought l t '

"t c iris left, and thAt. ho could still see the and freeze,to the iron tube; he tears them off] The healthfulness of our city equals, iCnot exceeds us thin week a molar tooth of some leviathan ol f I then love her still J

'i misery oem. enemy. Meanwhile, they continued leaving bloody marks at every hold, and ascends, other the Atlantic the deep, or monster of the land, ,found on the .Breathe not her same -- : ..*
to march several hours, without reaching the higher and higher, till he puts his foot on a projecting every town or city on Withlacoochee river, partly in he bed of, the The found would scorch my bea rtf\ \r :
hence Coast of the United States. We have of
cornice. From by means of the none stream, and partly in the mud of the bank, Like living flame: '
vf oft forest the road constantly becoming ovenrfork, he handed the rope to tho poor man Ue weltering heat?under which other places are The toot.h,with only sno fang remaining weighs The heart that writhes e'eo "
I b t'U .above Ilia}. "Tie it last to Up book which supports suffering, The in the Thermometerseldom two pounds measures fire inches by three where, now ia agony of patai ;'t
mercury Tu Uiiuk it ne'er revel smiles '
1 } the guticr. Chat's right l1Q,4CCCndncl the tooth emerges from the socket j is fourteen iqay her 'l1i.i ".*
rises above 96 Far. in the shade and
I + he held the other end of the and ,
; rope preCeding inches in circumference TheN are six. points
'which ,
i the'y oung girl washalf reel'.inin It, as'slalfiiUy the rla:
constructed' ,, that" the' deepest' ruts' placed him on the1 der. The ran i was*save l. modify and temper the intense rays of a tropical shallow indentation lengthwise the plate. These '1l/btte s the PrJ&lr \ 'I':

I 1joistlia it. During all'this time the tduUJitu e'i htogd breathless sun and render the atmosphere invigorating and po'nts have protruded about two inches above That ogee buoj*J ap my heart f- t

I All roads must seem very smooth fit sheen rt ; but when they saw them both out of finger, bracing tire circuit of the gums and the fangs were about t Aeofbrt'i bde; ..
\ jul'hats were/fkcn off and sign of the'cross at four inches in their sockets.' The whole is
this said he and '' a petrifted '
chariot approaching Another
every pflSast, testified a general thanksgiving, We have facilities for sea bathing, and our .; The enamel of the tooth is perfect, -The ibuught aamaas, menu p J.. .
Ishouid like such an one mrselC" : and f loud shout approved.the act of generosity. hotels have an enviable reputation for the except being backend! by the mud; which, M my pride .'

t I ; Is that all!" replied the secoud traveller- Every one pressed forward to see tho"ber of: manner in whjch jthcy are kept, and the good doubt contains a large per cent of sulpher. And 'na ia rain; I seek ro/muery to bide !

tills instant for what desire. this 'scene, The fiat .whb jjpiched hUn, an I The( animal from the of the tooth
"lean procure you you cheer J their tobies. Those shape waft evidently t'1
I .'' officer in the army gave him twcnly-filvc rcublessilver ; which ; served up on of the carniyerous kind, and most likely l 1:1 J }hen lyre set ftill.t ;
She struck with Tier foot the chariot in which noblemen, merchants, peasant, took out ih e ,

jrtic rod e/L 'l Ot o perceived a second equipage, purses-some gave him golden, some ei1T the: Mr. Lewis informs ns there is at least a wagon 1''he very current of its fi..tio4 : I
: couple coins; some threw into his hat a few copper co- r we load of the He pose is ctslw J. a
of frame. noticed of rib boi
drawn a' back
by oxen. Recovering parts .s i
., all what doubt not many yho make an annual pilgrimage And tho" it
could. "God her
astonishment'helhank'ed' peeks; gave they blessVoji' six inches broad curving edgewise parts of the t"tsareap huge while it sails b,Tt T
f rom his thp young i$, noble friend!" was heard from every side. North will find equU pleasure, and far more economical spine of immense dimensions and part of w list life .. .,

find waV&bou' t4 enter it'when she stopped bin) pho name 9f this generous mAn is Bull Yarfilii All who may adopt f b notion, will ho took to be a shin bone, which was as large asa It jet must learn to look. upon her as another* t':
U aabet "I have fulfilled your desire ".aaj4] 'a tutpe of the Government of Taros tan man's I '
y agcsture. find a cordial welcome from opcu and generous thigh and the hollow which once contained wif .
"but I cannot make a worse bargain thin >-'ng roofer by trade ho for many years lived hearts. the marrow, as largo as the small part or .
Jb St. Petersburgh, pursuing his vvcfuU'on; Ink his leg. lie intends returning and EKARD.
has made. You have her
my sister : given.1 one t.t: j fie i. afterwards engaged himself a boiler.-iaaker at 4 + away all the frame to be found. We will_ notify St. Augustine Au:nst 6.Sllrer l33. .
90ur'yes"l demand ono fif your.armsJ,1' the Government fouhdrV f iol P ino. Last yearhetdok i1OY. THOS.'BALTZEL1V, 'our readers of all that turns qp wonderfuL- I

"' Otto was at jfirst a little disconcerted; but; I leaVe of absence and visited his naGTUlage. FROX almost portion of the State the Mirror. nils.
ive every peo-
'wu J Having spent a few months'with h .
very'tiredthe char before bim andas I
was. 1 r friends, he was seturnlng to St Peters ;1h, byway pie have spirited the IJon. TOOXAS BALTZELI. to The New motive of Power. An incident is connected with thex history of'"..
I' I hare already said, he had never known how of to avail candidate for the North Church, in this oily the factaof
'mself J
Moscow, ; of the railxjr;yu. become a Coixr rmcz. We today The Providence Journal of the $Sth alt has whkJi
to his desires so, after a short hesita- He lq the ancient the are not generally known and it fa
conquer came capital Uay before the I place his name at the head of our paper, and the following may prove ?
I Ilion, accepted tho proposal, aad found himself r fire; and. not having caught the train, was obliged in doing so would a. word to our friends. We have already refercd to the invention of a teresting to oqr readers. It appears that totted}
say the close of the
seated in his 'now carriage, 'bnt 4 eprijrod of his I to retain'till, thtf Heart day, As this was motive power, from which its projectors antic revolution tile good people'of the
The price of good U eternal North Church found it
r' .his tysf arrival in Moscow, he took the opportunity government vigilance, results. The necessary to make somarepairs
; The pate great force is
'right arm: journey continued thus, some I seeing the Kremlin, the old fortress an 4 not only in selecting officers, but in keeping an and the is magnetic attraction They sent oo to Boston and porchaarf
me. Forest succeeded forest and no outlet 'to visit power applicable to driving some nails, which in due
appeared jts J venerable cathedrals.' Where, from eye on them. THOMAS BALTZKU. has been tried. machinery, locomotion, navigation, and all other course of time arrivtdC
: 'Yc i whito Otto' began to suffer from. I some passers by.he heard the fire,and hastened'' He. has repeatedly been elected by the PcoPLX purposes for which steam is employed. It is al I- and upon opening the kegilo and behold, tae of
hunger and thirst' Too old woman, who was. I to the spot*, where he ax) sassy distingu llthecJ capable of lightning and warming. The great was found to contain Spanishwasgel" dollars. Tba
: himsclt and served them faithfully and The
.c satisfactorily of this deacons assembled-held a COB.sultatibn .
'walking'DCSJe! him, seemed to perceive this advantage power U its cheapness, nothing
I as Representative and Senator 5 -and the result
1 ; 'was a member watf, they wrote oat*
being consumed and cost
?/You arc sad, my boy' said she when oneis Caesar Beatfiiff no being necessary ingenerating Boston and informed
; hit Wlf 4 to
hungry, one is easily disco rfge ; but I' possess Under tills title the Repulliealn, a French I Judge off he Circuit and, Supreme Courts an the magnetic telegraph with entire success.aPQ'lionti An sale goods.that The there was an error in ahi PPS tM

a certain remedy against faihtne&s journal published at New York, publishes. ,a, letter has never. been found lacking., .His sterling patriotism engine i is nearly completed to test the intentionas of our bank merchant of the acting upon the pnnopH
present day wrote back tot
"What. ,is it," asked the young man. from Paris, which it says emanates from ir, and devotion a motive power on a large scale The stock he could .
unyiejjjog to Florida, and rectify no mistakes-thai the naUs
is in the hands of some of tho shrewdest wen
M Yfru this flask which I hare in businessmen
tee my hand., ferraga file, testii4on9; bought and sold lie
her best interests aye familiar to the people from in Providence. and so much confidence is they were. bought&hea .
and often carry to my Ups, replied the traveller; ; The night is sombre and sad; the wind blowsilh one end of the Stato'to the, ther. He is the uncompromising felt in the success of the experiment that f hares of_aprivatecrsman and must let stand aiwaa
'h couWnaSol for fuln ssof'trouble, aad all I the '" violence among the tall I !tees of the park of the original cost of which was ISO have The silver was melted up, and made into a 1eI',
h 'pC .l!. Ii fJnd St Cloud, and draws from then sounds of pain.Tbe'clock friend of liberal and progressive i hands at$250.. If it answers the axpectations, change o f vice of plate for the church and it is In exists
f of the chateau strikes the principles and has never fevered when and use at the
; Silence i is they were its friends limits be present day. The above was m
h and I will not sell it can hardly put to its value
mgelf ppy: you moredarejyjhao. broken only by the barking of some restless dog in danger. We owe it to Florida, tq our principles if it fails, it will be in the category of other, laced to me by a genUeman, b whose family ka i

$!my sisters, for J .ask, in exchange,, or the noise' of some vehicle rumbling on its way and to ourselves to give him r a'h rty good things. many large goblet made from the same silver, a>4
I OnI' halt p r' "ru 9 a 41"tM* to Paris. '*' sup. you may rest assured that what I have stated ifa '\

C:The young mantel time refused.. HQ began I From'the outside the imperial palace has the. port We therefore advUe ba on the QJchbe PORPOISE SKIXS.The herald ia describing the .-..' few Harem JBeyuter
air of edifice whoso : all, Ttgllaat'perftu>your.w.hfile duty,. articles on exhibition
be tcaod'4ese successive an occupants are asleep: at the Crystal Palace no .
frig bargains.Hut
: in'the Ulterior, agitation; and tumult reign; Caojf < t ices a newlnvention by Win Tetu, of Quebec Hmztto *McB
the old woman made him taste of the .liquornthe sir has not been able to find wilel in srtx Is uutA .A6
his. Th.e conjugal ar Dr reference to the Florida terrorROB of leader r vi" tJt4cture. This is the tanning' J since,a)Frencnman,by the of
name Laky (w
fiask, which Appeared to hill so delicious,I chamber is deserted. The waijjng{ the din mst Porpoise skins, which are fountf Unmake a leather who
we perceive that C. A. 11 linens pronounced,) lived slang in a cabin+ oo 61e
Juit after having'resisted some time he again I on service, interrogated by His .Majesty, replies, Will conpire favorably with the best banks of the Wabash about ,
Eso declines three miles befe !
I i. i tconseat4 f with an embarrassed manner that the Empress being candidate for Judge of the French kid, in beauty, cheapness and
durability this
has Just gone out, an The px mjtt eolbcfc soon #took, place; hot hadscarcely I should follow her. The Emperor tt furious, his 5 be says:- kinds Qf 1crther fwd Ojefefijrp more porous not so than servicea other ik- In rifle hiS yard,being shot through the head with* '
drank when he felt his bat left him. He ble In damp lIe kept a wood yard; and it was gepefal
,strength re vi Te. ordinary phlegm ntt.era"oaths wet or
w ertbeic b
th all Unguages.. 1 "While fed compelled to decline this nomination i- the leather ; t.for a light shoe ly supposed that be had ft large amount cfnaa-
pta heart became joyous andcbnflden'l, am} after which I to do equal to morrocco or else about the
t The regret after my name has ajjy let ey house. No doe to the raordertr
persons present are m conftemation used. A few
having sung ali tijo songs he'knew, lie slept body starts out in search of XTme Bonaparte.every. been thus publicly mentioned I cannot refrain h1 biti from tanned the Pdrpqtse skins are on ex. or how mnch money was got,has ever been 45*
in the char) t without what became from assureing those who have announced mannAC dory of HI' Tetu, and covered A.bout the
f caring' Oi) Jho opposite jide of pie chateau, on the me of hose in search of COQCor a'yt4 once, a brother
awoke my sincere_and earnest gratitude for the distinc light and cover mtrtered} canna front and teak.posession .
ofihjm. When he, the {hree era. ground floor, before that magnificent park which : ing for the pedal extremities man on France
old ties thjey were willing to confer 'upon me. It is had better examini of his nd has been living lit-
the Louis property
iers had King PeilEppeand them. %
disappeared and he alone at the en ; predecessor Gouty
was., gentlemen
an of confidence wfll be
in inter the
expressiqn me and particularly same novae -'
readiqens alone in nice maatter.- 4
-1 the bigoted Charles X, were BO ford} of; is theen eaten in this kind of entirely,
; one In promote me in m.1.prQl'esaion. of which I leather which will tie 1QuQd fewdays since the h--
shall teats went to
t formerly duc bum perIOD
.t Ala! occupied by of Or a for their
ki4 | to leans .' erg entertain the DOSt} grateful recollection." with pains and aches in comparison and found bin) at the front door dead, and ,tbtfi

Jook, but_the only eye he had left w; dim ; he In the farthest part.of the Llqe chamber, reclining We know of no qther candidate in Pie field but theatqutcowhioewhichthcy nqv >loatly body bearing. the appearance of having: bay 84

-.J j ttmpted to speak, but his tongue stypmered, on.tneaof a frown young and beautifulprays Judge FoawABp ,and- we do not hesitate. in expresstog .- use.A. several days. A corner's jury examined the bodr.
wcV and
ar d wee bi Th'is woman b'the Empress 8hr wi>adter. found the mark eta buckshot immediately
kndh could collec only hJfti$ Ideas, At last our opinion_., that Judge F. trill be our A below the tt*
of France! SudcKnljr'she trertibles; shehaV1iera nut I. returned Californian named eye which bad ranged down ink *
.' he eotJ1preb d'th i greatness iof the sacrifices noise som one knocks.. liisthe Emperor aDd Circuit Judge, elected bj a large majority Duncan, deposited a large, lump of George H. throat aqd caused his ,death. No trace -*tb}
I ty had'so,u'ghpy made the three travelling com* hia' oIlqftT I against any candidate that may be brought be iJ to be worth from \ specimen murderer has yet been discovered.to ..-fi

ttanions' whom |ato ha4 sent bimbad left him noresource f'Open. 'Nb'answef Madam, or I will' have* }fhe'' T door. brokenopen. .' .' fore the people.. ''. te 2S 2Sf\ the Brigeport twenty(Ct) Ikdioiu,'\,Patriot I July 83, ., '

btft'to be his tread until 'he died i ft, eiving from the cashier a. check tit .

*' W/Qok you.itnow Uie'nAmca' these The' courtier''! 'w to work, aided by HU' Ma .BPT.W.are informed that &colored man, En- 1200. Duncan immediataly went to New York AfitranstsroIJTcjl .
of cbmpaniU' jesty. :tit the end eta few moments the door and -bed the dnedc I'
!._ t 'glneer of the tileaaser'ataA tyaldtng > since wht icb his l ram P o! An Arab rtr brood highly cnltivaiedm
tri 3i
'e. W'y' I I, gave .,.1 ,belonging gold baa fund to be i pure >
7 to I Dr.. SftRB fcll overboard thbeen npthlag butfcad COT was the celebrities Fancufl
toimg nu VlWct,1 Indo- for. me gentlemen,! said Louis Napoleon whilst,endeavoring ered 1J I W I among pore at "
Li"tit and
t Of' pUaiztg sab- .
It eke II
to ; s. i t to draw % bucket qC water and wasunowned. ci: In ld Murad Qe is a catire of
',' el> j Pt. V p"M with the flask, .lnieffl Par- .-. sm n an P paved -rdty of Bethlehem Palestine lie eco-
'f That passed during the two hours which I the The Spacing was on hK. to to* an accompUce, baa been wS|t in
ance. bte ew within occnpted? Heav,ri a3qnQ kno | way ,BilTatkt. hIA ThewUend "D"naC an verses freely in seven diSerent language*, b *

"t :h. ." ... I NOfr and Ojen lujtwiUjstanduig,asmothered word .' ,. ,Daman Iijd been deserted three 4t Jvinwhfchnebquiteflaeai '
.. A about for 4 r_ Tellow p yel'.' b'hI m, and shq had &CCaDpanied .\ T. C. Smith as guidfltandlrirterpreter
'* money-hunter being let marry a r 'Villain; ..JQltWtecl liP' der ,
to lave
New the
rl una'ifc'dasked him how long''the honey, "' QIUAXS Jlug. J.-The total number of .: b In CIty lwx throogh Jenmlm to the riverandtlwRed
A1 the noise'of deaths > Vt. It I aid Marad appeared ia tf .
body during the that
Suddenly falling heavily forty-eight she,
moon would last He replied: Don't tell toe on ura'at 'U discard bI her family o'her san k&-
the floor(the blue chamber is not carpeted) madeus wmdown to costume of his which presented
! I[jle honeymoon; it is the harvest moon with ma e!" tremble., Impelled half by curiosity, half by I *, were 200, Including" 283 of Yell, < owvcr. r; Bud got uge Bu with haTe D\1M ned The 0 I otth ing contrast to all about him. Hi was to ban.
.' I : the case will be further New York and addressed the oom present, bat few" ii4 8.$. >,;;
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f.ztl'l':4.'ultm r 1 Notice._' W6.1e4w&.l..Dalwc,,tteia the
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t.g" "I Y (t J t tN' ,4TLIICO IN S'll'1
--.r _.r J, ; .6 LL PFItSON,rvI4.jut' demtaJsagaiast, cnntmaq IltSdSbtt. !:e"'ltbjfJd.6"hnie.l, --'--. .TllI 10 I
TM frjleadt of the. Ho*. ', OUAS d the estate of' Elhabelh Clarke.widow of the' .which ae'pre'.19 show that Mr: Wolfe's UUILI' .lllllf.ed, .D illeQ.. .-:. '.-" -- r

I gfjta Mtaofthal canomou JJALTZEL'It, 0f,Leon, announce.hiipjul ,a candidate stets John D. Clarke' late pf St. Joh'na-County deceased ., Schiedam: Schnapps Is very eatensivelyJn ttse, WtG! DOYLE" J !
-, are hrrby called them in the haods qf physicians itself ., 1
ttke IOa words to the-TOters of Flondai5Nr.G upon to present ,js proving as taisaAletiag4Sntedc I
$ t ; u near as ; itr JfcsrKatof 'with uutd4ay io the unJepignrd, Those not pre. to be
'' are asfeBowK Uje State, .and respectfully whVMfeeJr ,support '':rntrd within tb(tune pt'rkribcdbr law, will be 'other'medicatM *Mt this Intent' had been tried In : -.1he.y public gmerajly, that the above popular }o

'I vfedhiSn county, Gcor- flection lit,Jfonday ta Octp er. forever barrrd. ,vain In ope of the case thus reported,abdominal and, superiorly appointed establishment. formerly 1

1p ftwomDeato the .:, ': R.B. CANOV". Admr, ,Jro par bill bua cured and the necessity vf lapping conducnetlhy'J'.Cut.rrarl'QTrrbi.D Ja now ready !ir.
t last?$nd iatew We are aatborlsed 'tpannounce Ju,:1Gtb. 8wka averted..; aria anodier.a distreaaipg coral ol grav(.l. tor tile,:reception of Patients seeking. a* restore- "R

e pity. I generally i took. BENJAMIN D. WRIGUT' ,' a4 a candidate (for an c called baa been entirety removed by'the.ppssage tiou 10 he} lJJl. All chronic'affection's.lhebnm, f"' F'.

N arm blare I ktaped.?' O.-ledayl Goo office PuocLALLT1N1onthtototarealth oi a calculus of considerable size,:ftvhich. is ascribed organism succesftfuljy treated at this Institute. ;*
fee sfepmy gbesiffof the ei CgiEr JUSTICE of the Supreme to the pso. of.only bottles Dyspepsia Gout Rheumatism
county, C oit. ABJUltl. two of(Jib article. Constipation, (' ,
a.akw, looks on Molt side the Court Frtth arrival, at t tA. We know not the object of Mr. Wolfe in dIgn- Hemorrhoids or Pile" Hemorthgoes, Amcnonhr'

__ noson Oa being told; he exj r We ; VERITABLE, '"CHEAP CASH STORE atlng his preparation by the singularly) tyieujjjonious },'Dysmenonh 3, Flttor Alb.us Cental displacements '
yea Deeds be s&srd if you'll get are aathorized to announce THE subscriber has name of"' chnapp. ,nor of his denominatineil tn his ;Affections-Qt the Eye and.Ears Tetter,:
said 11 HarUhorn the Hon. LESLIE THOMPSON at thcuijtfaclfon.to inform his advertisement the "concentrated Tincture of juniper .'
Urbtti*MI present Erysipelas--ttitd all the diseases-of the Skin and
says that the
; by last of I 1
the C4r8liu be
trip ,: instead
s tefl you what I done with it; let I ono the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court received extensive additions to his previous, stock (land Gin. It ofperpetnating it its ancient.tittle' of Hol Scalp, Scrofula,Bropsy, Syphiliv and the Hu t
y true that he admits be .
3fey, t wo years ago, I was going to | candidate and is now jt to to'hiag'mor al Diseases gene 1I.r, Neuralgia Sciatica Tic :
s>t a for election for Cuter JCSTICC of the prepared to supply them with every va- else! than the latter article in its pure stale,unadulterated I
fi9 serve a summons on him, andasBesoea's State fiery of artHe.in the Faney and Dry G od_ line ; by and JPouloureux, Hysteria Epilepsy- or 'the falling ,
at the Octobernext noxious drags; hence he contradistinguishes
I ,bur m lea from Spring;I approaching election in j 1 including) { a lull and complete assortment of Ready is from Gin of commerce,neaiiyaU which. sickness Virtigo, .Baxdyslg, ,.Apoplectic tcndcn- t

my babbab In the planar; I lit and July S' : 1\pia" ; sailed to the climate and aeason.CL.fLiag .- as is well known, is manufactured here and elsewhere cy,' Asthma, Bronchitis, Chronic inflamation of +

. sad great God,rich a looking man I i -=- Ladies. Misses tad children's. shoes and fine and from inferior whisky and refuse drugs. The- the stomach -and 'Bowela,.Atrophy,4nd ,indeed, .v J!

feebre, his eye war rolled into the The friend of CHARLES II. DUPONT,; light Boots.and shoes foi'gentlegtep'e use and a namumDgerbtit e he has given: It,1 owever,may serve the purpose every possible Type* chronic.descased action ':

tffcfe bead, and bis 3axa tvu sot like of Gadsden County, Florida, announce him u a' genteel quality,for lads wear. U. fca r of deaf nntiag his article's prepared exclusively for that,is curable, ana alldutase*,artturallefiu> .. I,
'a doe ; the truth was be was snake candidate also a choice lot crockery and glsss ware,likewise intdicvpuPOsc., and thus commend it to physician organic lesion fa prtseitt -

rapftrod for them animals, so I for ASSOCIATE JCSTJCE,of W C..SupremeI saddlery of a superior quality, as well as 11: fur whose convenience it ii on saleinjjr:by'reputable/ "'Tae:;Ladies'Department is'under the "

Us spaeth and gave him a little vial Court of the State, al the approaching election in good rnpplrofcutlery. druggists and apothecaries. < immediate supervision of that accomplished Lady,

j. I went OA to Benson's,and come I October next The above goods, have been selected by experienced As 'respects its meJicinaUnd curative effects, we Mr s. JANE BUrrnEws, BO well known to the old Fa-

Ill*o borer, and when I saw Lira Alta ., agents and will,be disposed of, at a mere un e"'lantl U.u.to claim i-nly ,hIl"IJa is a pure nod Irons the; Establishment."The .

kt was doing, why letting on tfor Tile friend of the Hon. THOMAS bound nominal adcanee upon costs aDd charges; as 'Ie| ,is reliable article of Holland Gin,and as such-worthy .facilities> ,which this Institution offers for the ... ,

Kdtffe. A. B. C. DOUGLAS, late Judge of the Eastern Circuit{l' on L'and determined not. to be undersold.,.by any of which the confidence of physicians in' those diseases For 'prosecution of-a strictly Hydropathic and Hygenio '
.fcbey are wont to prescribe U. and have hither course of treat hltnl together wih its easiness of I Ietlla.rltAl.
[ ;
Hamburg ac-
Republican. announce him as a candidate for that office of M:' He takes this occasion to announce to bit juvenile to only been restrained by finding it impracticable to; .alltpoinis iutUeorgia .anrj the adjoining r.

SOCUTB Jrjncr of the Supreme Court, at the friends, that his promised, supplr,.of Candy, Nut I ,obtain;the article in a .pure'llalr, Nor should any Stag. rendcts peculiarly adapted to the wants ct ,t
andfiarintlitt come to$hand and he invites them .judice against alcoholic'' '
ip medicine -deprive the Invalids desirous of '
election of the efficacy
in October availing-thtmselve
*f the United States Ex- July 16.Col. j. call l and partake" .Ireely ;i,"witboflmoney and withouLnrice. '! afflicted of the benefit of this article,di&oh from time j of!the| \VTES Cents The purity of the water

J iC r./A l inimemoral has held Its_place among 4.ftlpf'4ilt sad t'ccorrunodallons
lie -tries BYRD. M PEAR for.Cnrsts.arts too well
C ""' r ? t ; .' 7 _if. .. _u_I. : age tciee of the Maleria 1\J edict,i If 1t tk Juuod wO tb 1 D. njol' ; ed.e \1.111I1iar.1PJ 4 rit<
Hea l"ooN7or Jacksonville, antiaoer" m a turn 4i tl; Corner r.Sr.aeorce 1' _. ft G t nfi}eJce bTeonl1a> ,: "" r .t'lh .
I1Ii1. ys: '. !fie' < xpeivn : ; 11 ..u ezpei; ,=e bta)befn;spstadjttbat coahl.:"111UsLmfqt.
._ the ground djp In bloom and data for the office of ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of the site llunuui tnt Square, Ala eveots.those who persist in the employment conduce lo.lfmake it-on- of tbomost'det.irnble 1ltiei .,
upon July! 23,1853.t and toleration of other, alcoholic medicines, as tine resort for'the ,* ".
AM p.nIealn its sheets and asso"llgc Supreme Court, at the ensuing election.July later Invalid in the United Stales. ;
bitters, &c. and
especially those who prescribe Patients will be
required to furnish their
better calculated than any place I NX PICOLATA JERRY. I Gin circumstancesmust own out ,
under any all twite in giving, fits These will eorimr.of.Fjiction shirts and towels
,fn **& a troubled spirit High, vener- :' ,D J. DURRE CE,. the proprietor of this} 1 the preference to a pure article over the uanifold I Coroprj-raes, nod Hlqnkeu for Sudorific ..-
)1J T\, isolated from the smaller and. less lav The Hon. WILLIAM A. FORWARD, ferry, has procured an entire new set of adulterations so rife in the market. Mr. Wolfe of wfeich can purchased here at'ih patpolt.'AII most reasonably

;t .Wray skirt the Mount of Olives from a Judge of the Circuit Court for the eastern Judi. Doats and constantly keeps a suflicient number of I I liberally supplies physicians with'a sample bottle for tvnns. !1 i
117"11'1 High above oa either hand hands to of analysis and trial, forth in his circular ,
,J grove. coal Circuit pass travellers every descrip'ion across as set and :
of 'lcr.rte.-Ptofrsaionaiattentiena9e
Florida will
pafenr lofty mountain with the deep yawnup be voted for by the, the St.Sohus River without delay 'Makes the reputation of the remedy upon the innocence ofltalhsI Sc. ,
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"Jboscphat between them. Crown people in said Circuit, to fill the same office which The road from '. Augustine to Newnansville i i. ,af ty and efficiency of ha Holland Gin,when Board..pr.wf' I 8 l0. .. ;

Mf&amis Jerusalem a living city. OnElM he now holds, at the election in October next well repaired and by the mention Mesrv. Norteu used under medical advice amt pledges bU own Servant por.reek.payo6retaonrhly Buanfcdjtud treated week', 5. : :.t : t
other is the great Jewuh Sparkrann and others it will be constantly kept in character in businera teat the article will not disappoint per $10.
come July 1C, D All !Ifttera of i inquiry promptly answered. ' i
: ;
dead. Each tree in tho grore', good npair.Persons any who us*it. June l&Uf 2m ." II }

; and travelling between Tallahassee and S t: _____ .
by age, yet Wo (From the New York .
are authorised to aniionnco Augustini by passing through Picolata instead of. Express, October 26 1653.] .
I "
IV.[BM sire ia its decay is .
a Urang.Earll.
sconces that have ,taken the name of S. St GEO. ROGERS, M a candidate Jacksonville or Palatka will' save more than tliiny! MEDICAL LIQUORS.In Professor, Alex. C. Barry's Trico-
place miles and find a much better Itoad. OB MEDICATED ,COMPOUND for
it The olive perpetuates i it- for re-election or the office of Solicitor for There common I prfSUl r.willI many others of the ,
are now permanent bindings oa both sides Beautifying, Curling, kcenee+tlag, Restoring and
i root of the parent's stem tho the Eastern Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida of life ferry for Uit accommmndation of traveller profesli circular+D.addrersrJ'To I received some few months, sinceaa Strengthening ihe Hair,Relieving diseases of the ; ',

t j' bee springs into existence. Theso are at the approaching election in October, next D.J.DUHUKNCB.Notice. : United Phyncisns throughout the k.in.1 Curing Rheumatic'Painaand Healing External
I sae.thousand yeas old. Under thesej July 9th, 1853. States." byl\lr. Udolpho Wolfe, the impor Wounds. Bounded by DO geographical lines, ( i
I growth therefore the Saviour ter.99 Beaver street, inviting a.medical and chemical i the of
The friends of JACOB UICKLER reputation BABSY'S 'Tstcofiiuous pervades
,to rest and one of the present may I examination oa ne.article; Holland Gin.manufactured the Uujon. The sales of the article of late .
Ids years
name as a candidate for the office of by himself:'Sclddamia
pia rery spot where be knelt and prayed LL persons having d demands against the Estate j Hollandby a have increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belief.

IfJ I lIt Ie caviHr.g doubt can find entrance SHERIFF OF ST. JOHNS COUNTY at then A of John Csmntdeceaeed, are hereby called peculiar under somewhat process,Dutch and title put "Schiedam up for medical Aromatic ns e. Professor Parry,after.a .careful examination of hia

1Iet geographic boundaries are too disfastrni I. next October election. upon fo present them without delay to the nud<*rsiga- Schnapps' The circular claims for article rale/,book, finds that the numb-of bottles deliver ,
dear for a moment's hesitation, ed Adminitrstorandiersons Indebted to said Estate superior'degree ofpuri.y.. stoma,flavorand an eminently ed to order in 4 nnutitiea Qf from half a gross upward !

ltJall Arrangements' are required to make payment without delay to the medicinal'efficacy, and offers "nor-ovei. a gratuitous during the year 1852,
BsraJaff Tko Dead.tiSdeGt From Picolata 18 miles.distance to St AnguttineAtaiVM. subscriber. supply ont to any physician who may feel disposed -950.000 "
of Wes Ohio State Journal .-Mondays and Thursdays 11 A.1... RICHARD CARRARA3, Admr. to test there claims in a scienti''e! and professionalmanner. It ;is unnecessary to present at length the tri :'
; ceremonies practised DCPAKT*.-Sunday! Wednesdays' 19 M.CLOSES. 81:Augustine Jane 25lh, 1853 8wks. dences of tile wonderful properties of tbe Tricopberous t.

:- among -Sundays_and Wednesdays It A. M, Being familiar with three facts in relation to'theuse' dorsement, when the puplie have furnished such an in '
as this. The cheapness of the '
of. barn their dead--always do-some- Holland Gin Is a medicine.,nami-Iy :first, that. and'*the explanations given of its chemical action
when '
-.eneYe which is not generally I knows- NEW AUVIiliTISEMENTS. exchanged pure for it is absolutely other invaluable known, and nut' to be upon' the lalliI'.tte! scalp and in all cases of superficial -.

A4r leWarrrr lays! that since gomethlng I was near unusual,'ranchario about*' when BAFPLE.I Jr'. L.llil Q JF ., 23 X fession in that many any complaint.remedy,bo.h acute and to the elirc*pro ic;' of ihe I trritatiunirst people.) This recommended was alt that it the to the inventoi attention de.

WAS secondly amid the multitude .fill made adult 1
.pkee lad Icodudcd to remain be BE RAFFLED Purchasers or CLOTHING are informed thAt or sired. Every tbotlleadrciliscd itself. The effects.
and an at the store of the era ted liquors with which this country abounds, a
JI ef whatever should transpire. I soon 'rO t, on Monday the'29ih instant the following woare manufacturing LARllE3TASSOF pure Holland Gin is scarcely to be obtained at I. o1! he fluid exceeded expectation. It acted likecharn. a '

that aa infant bad died and that they snider to wit: J : XENTot CLOTHING (at wholesale only)'suitable price;,and .thirdly, that the.radical impurities of any any The Jades would'notbe' wbout Country >

wtwMt,-ins for a'funeral pile. Tho wood Price No.I; A Uoutle barrel gun ntufd ar tht.i : for the Country Trade, to be found in tho inferior or spurious gin consist first, of'-the hydro ted found dealers they most ia every'have section and oi thus the was Uniled built States' } 1',

end hid in aborizontal position bcMlE SO. states&k of Amy), a pois mODS oil. more commonly trade of ; hitherto np a'wholepale ; S

&e wide spreading branches of huge oak No.2; A flock with Thermometer attached : nown aa Potato spirit i'ousel oil,or Amilic Alcohol regards article of this QI+ extent indo 'The highest unheard ogres

If the Mher of the chDd, who was the only leThe valoe4at 11,00.; I One Price System. ;and secondly, of the heavier the two essential not yet been troche! pod it is belkved point that has the ,,'
Ire No, 3 A While, shawl valued' 9 OO.( { oils of JUIIHT, instead of the lighter-which impurities I- ; ,
was applied to it by the'mo ; crape at Orders promptly filled. An examination of our sales this year will be a million and a half of bottles.
U had made some progress the No, 4;A Ladies dressing case valued at 7.50 stock is usually result from the mercenary system of Urpor and ManufactoryNo 137.'BroadwayNew
brought and ::No 5;A Portfolio valued% at. 650.( solicited.HANDFORD ancxcessire destination of the "rnatcriala emptoJed-
i was by her placed the York. Retail 25
upon & price. cents o fringe bottle. '
No. 6 One pair vases rained a( 4 M resolve luacceptof Mr. UdoJpio Wolfe's challenge.
with mate around its ; Liberal
com body and discount to the
Park by
a 39 Row., (opposite the Astor House,) and put his "Schiedam Aromatic the, quantity -
J3cbflnpp to
trowel btaket its bead. This I Total 8 ;.oo.1 Sold br-ail the
over being done, sheor I .1f.Y. / t eat of rigid anallysis. And 1 was iodnc do this principal merchants and druggist
Mated fcerseif upon the ground dose by, and r Fity-five tickets or (chances ; one dollar each.U .- N. B.. We are the largest manufacturers of notwithstanding, the proprietor bx lending to and throughout the United Stales and Canada Mexico -
4tert, fine kept the deepest silence Presently]I T highest throw wiljl be eniiJed f" lIJTiC No J|,." OILED CLOTHING crpuled respectability alan importer benuse the W<'ft IDdir.'Oreal Britain, France,&c. J. ,
Tbe second higheat throw to prue No.:2.and eo on, purity i- June 1I,;852. 6rn" .
tar heard to issue from tho ii '
a neon was squaw, lothr taut prize the Gih, lowest, throw taking in the country.. Rubber Clothing at the ol gin,above that of every other spirituous liquor i-
pMMBfMiei wjth a violent! shudder which n.8 prize employed in medical
lowest market rates. practice is of the mostTilal
No. 6 The articles can be seen at the Store of ,:
Patent Mcdiclaes. ," t
jsstoea by the man, who stood terming against aMtge M. R. ANDREU.St. June 25. 8m. consequence to the community inatmnch aa it I "j'i '#

tan ly;and then commenced a lo'fTaIl, St. Augustine,ABgmat 13, 1833. 'subject to twodistiaetcattseeof pernicious impurity i- EXKJAN MUSTANG LINIME. ', colebra/. t

jtSHatitfon of a few words repeated continually} : I :: Bounty Land Warrants. namely ; the inferior oil of Juniper, as well as 1TJ. ted for diseases of the gloss: "

if sXtfefwt, and was continued until the body : Admlnbtrator'llYotlce.OTICE s the Fousel oil 1 found, moreover, Ihe''Aromatchnapps" lie Mclluma Elixir of Opium. ,' :
THE SUBSCRIBER pay in cash the high Snr strongly recomendet by Davis Pain Killer "
1twtM consumed. The words a physician acd vegetable
estirely were some- i ?! HEREBY GIVEN htInlo market ,. i
J for Land "
tliagPte'Q vu f 0 tAu thriT this' price Warrants. writer of no lessiuflcence than Dr. D. &l, Reese, of Circulars with the above can le had.Brandreth'a '
ttgipadri po ma J. weeks from date. I will apply, by petition .
I R.' ANDREU. : the New York Medical Gazelle, oaths
I raid wver have bciicred them capable of to the lion. Judge Probate of Ot. Johns Cbuniy, St Augustine June 80,1853.M.. the most, eminent many .of Pills, Mofiats Pills t. .

aiming firth such a strong affection at least to for leave to sell the Real Estate of Elizabeth Clarke had no reason to merobenjthrptofersiaawho had obtained I *ng'a.Pm, Janes Medicines, "., ,>.t t '
stall "tcirc in the manner they did.- deceased { fir the purpoe of paying the debts of said than empiracle evidence suppose of ill ant other: Fahnestock i Vermifuge, Poinsctts Loxccust, ; .

IWr himentiiUoas put me very much in mind of Estate and for other purposes, beneficial to the heirs, F or the lres"-Starch polish fur and value I therefore resujved pharmaceutical to inform' medicalmen purity Fitch's Medicine, Ayers Cherry Pectoral, : 1 :

vtat I lave.retjj concerning the funeral bmentat l legal representatives or devisees thereof- mixing with common starch-will give linen a at least f+r Ihe sake of the public al large,.of the: Townsond'g SarFa htrilla, Sands do. '
eLI. Greekj, or ceremonies of the R. B. Q.NOV.Admr.. ivory appearance. 0. F. CARR, result*of my investigation,whether they proved favorableor ;. Cod LiTer Oil, Gc ripe" Liquorice,
St. Aoguntine. August 13.18S3.: Gum te.
otherwise to the character of the article Arabic ;
: .
Butter Hamf &C.-Choice lot per Steam- and the interest of its proprietor. July ".. B. E.' CARR. ;
3. E. CAItR.Lake .
Those results
Tbe follows
Happy ,1IJ.&D Are : Searching first for

." "wm atcMU makes tho following from Duns ,, the Oil Juniper, by distillation obtained an oil I, Hops< Ac.Hopi.Yestr .

Efmi a Monographic report of a recent my slave MILES, middle aged man, TO THE PHYSICIANS OF THE from two quarts rf the liquid wbose siwcifie; gravity:' Powders Cream of Tartar, Saler-

., 'kfl-. Theooort Parker, of that dt r- JL black, his hair is somewhat gee 1, 8Td'.l'B OF Ffi OR'D". was,did 83 J successive,and whose redistillation boiling point was 313 degrees, Soda Barley, Essence Lemon '

brute picture Is understood to be I a has a scar on one of his I legs. The nor yield any oil ofgre.auer A range Peel'(, !Savory+ reach Apices, Peppermint,
'eB1W4 W debt Newton above reward will be paid to any SCHIEDAM AR- gravity,. or of any other kind whatever. The! T hyme. Sago Prandy Cinnamon Nalm g.. Carrie
who will deliver him to the jail of St. OMAT1CSCILVAPJ'. same quantity of common Holland Gin so called, in vial.
English mustard
person Prepared french Mas
!!'ba happiest.an J h&v truer known is one yielded an excessive amont, by redistillation uf oil '
Johns that of County wherein be may, I be it unnecessary to remind > lard, Cayenne A
Irv or any DEEDING any piper st., Faucet, do. Catsup, do '
etra 9_ belg rich la and who weighing 0,871with the boiling point of 542
money, taken. It is supposed that he is lurking betweenSt : of the Medical profession of the degrees: Pickles.
wlwstwsese be tr err oacb nearer to it Kist eat- and Mataniaa established Medical properties of Holland Gin the lighter oil having previously passed over. This
Iftf Ms like Augustine ; pure was conclusive as the superiority of Mr.Wwile's Domestic Preserves Asst., '
UHL and he It rejoices its process GEORGE OLWIIt in many diseases of dropvical tendency, 1 gin
pisnit iita Us result Ve has an active mind invite your examination toe superior respectfully in relation to the oil of Juniper,upon which the aroma, Braadf, Fruit, Cherries &c. Tamarind,
very article!
I sas*. He reada and be thinks. He tend St Augustine, !,August 12th 83& manufictured by myself exclusively I at Schiedam in. flavor, and diuretic and medicinal'.propettiea of every Pineapple, Ginger Olives.Horse rad.
f Ali thcnf{ Holland kind of) gin essentially depend.. wh.Fresh Slaman,8ardtaesatRetail.,
eYerJ morning before sunrise BaUoaal Buttons Halloas by a process peculiar to my own factory
As to the Fousel oil,. which all inferior
i his flavored and medicated wyh spirituous B. E. CARR
iMnianAry mil* by the rail does his ten hours' out by the common .
. ,
OF liquors are more or leas impregnated,and which I St. Augustine June 18th. 1353.
+.te the wbonc he l ANOTHER r.r harsh berry but by the choice .botanical
and of
town nbJrvasF1 ; 'er with a choice lot of Fwzey4tkler the Aromatic Italian Juniper variety renders them, poisonous in the exact ratio in which ,
jsWfti With his c Trn the ust received and for sale at the VERITABLECah vinous extract is distilled and rectified Berry, whose more they are imbibed which causes such: liquors _to in-

ilsjstauaii tithe pjorolcg, plucks tho first rtt JMirp Store," of M. It ANDRBU.NOTICE. oDilOln t.lad thus becomes with its spit it- toxtcatc when others do not and creates that morbid, Stationary \ '

L aad goes lobis work with the of exquisite flavor and a concentrated tincture I insatiable appetite for undue indulgence, with all iu RECEIVED by Brig Xrtuaoat avcdleot as I .;
il&aad, ands great one blossoming in its cording and medicinal transcendent, deplorable consequences, of which the friends of l,rima Stationary, of every variety I

fceart Ke runs over with charity ast WEEKS from IM dtc I"ahalt'apply to Gin heretofore known. properties,to any Holland t temperance and philanthropy so justly' complain, and de.scruitioa(or sale at > p ,

t wWi rate: and His with him M with the SIX Hon. $0. Humphreys Judge of Probate Amid theinf ux ol inferior Jistitfalions with which ., icstrad of that satiety and fastidiousness of taste,for Mrs. ZYLSTRA S. ,

wlaJt coming from Use cloud, is rain to for the Co1JW1'OrS ,. Johns for letters of Administniion the market is pow flooded, physicians >find no little which tbe drinkers of pure liquors ire db ".becJ-r i

MEisVtn, is A rainbow glories to the deadlit on the } state of Alexander Solana fate difficulty in procuring a good and pays G.io, which of this fetid, acrid, asthmatical' Fonaei oil, found no TAMARIND3FfgPaste.PnnesBittersCboie0Segars r
in Mr. Wulf,. ,
trace medicinal gin I
out The of the affectiOnlJIII:2 ,
hafplness of odd County &c they can prescribe with confidence ia its beneficialeffects. j tested varjoas ehe hickory Nw, &\*, fo1w.' Cider Wines
.' a. rues rvcr,with Aa an importer of twenty in peatedly .9 naotitiu of .it with Brandy ,
TADiF3 PONC. years standing, &c.
br'a-oaataubW, pul i! j .the'city of New York, and'poaaeniag a'ma tared chloride of calcium, bf fhe usual process, which so >:
St Aogmtloe, August 4, 1&9. 6ws. penencein mnafiemreol exreidily detects and,ebuios, it ia the ordinary spirituous B. E. CARR.. ;
std batdes, His ,ofHottr GIll ,
philanthropic I lifeto ; liquors.
.," 'ap catch a sunbeam-,-' and it LosT.110l'. : !/,I beg to submit to four attention my AXOXATIC '., .1
Acordipgl I thai'! .
jIj-II. as a f4bc 1& IQ I know SCBIXDAX ScEAfrrs as one, which cannot fajl) to el1Hurid rosy regard: this : .. . i
V? man will:,be to any who ,
REW ARt girea person gin being
as in lackin
realize and every respect pre.em.D arty pure g Yarais2)r&C,Marons: Shoe
your expectations, I shall{ be .
A ba j
.twttttro out of fife and the secret of it Is PPJ 1
find that lost from the bar I and of medical It
lit. may ft was to forward to you a bottle of it,free jpf in deserving palr is 'indebted Iffi black 1I.l\fasons shoe''V Variibh/flarness*, :
b WI flees WI slaty to b1mcct; to his broth or,' .of St Augustine bUt) time'since and deliver tp a letter intimating year readaess charge to, answer I. '0. its superiority, I douty riot to sound and select nish! Rubbej bjacking, Fjsh OL Nests foot,Oil. at,

t I know rich men and learned the same here, 1 port where itctiibecasvly it.. accept : materjals and to that peculiarly accurate method of ressth $. E. CARR. .
J! -P"III t of greal social position, :and,if there is obtained.: 'Said reward shall be subject to the It ia now. scarcely one year since I have prepartd'IDd : duration which leaves the faearierend Lisa volatile i iReceived

fai America, I know that but a Kappitr apJIQul or Lhe Iaght House Board. distributed my SCHIEDAM Gig exclusively for r ea&tntlal l oils both of the barley and the berry behind by the ,Carolina, 10 Cases choice

-kava DeTer known!" PAUL A AU.t medkinal purposefyet within that bi,ief period I in the stil). Thjs.aso is sufficient to account for the 3 Bbla. Nice Hams 10 .Kegs P

-.." S CoZZetQraflJSUP 4rAugustine IrigAti, have received numerous letters, both from physicians refined a/orna of this above other .'orbyt jn regard Batter 10 boles Cteese.fi ChoeoIate,3,doCoa- tnY l

.I.L; AjEnscnev OIA SWA.LL01f.-Tho 8t. D1stI14. and patients, testifying to its really extraordinary to,the special qualties of tbeJtlll- Jttalpeit'rt; pas Water, 2 Cases fine Cut tobacco in tin foil,

> de k Drome et P Ardeche relates I the August 5, 1858. : :> fScaqria Gravel,Incipient Dropsy,and affections i of .have of which chemical the manufacturer speaks ill iris circular, I +Choice, Principe &c., Sega .sJ Retail.; t
-, ._- anecdote; "Last year, a the Kidneys bpd taken rtlad 4er general/! ;also in Dyspeptic differs DO from that knowledge of the Juxipcht,nor nmmunit.I.lighltroil ; I B. E..CARR. ,,
.wnrasww,wHcn bad its nest In the PQRALE. Maladies when proper juantities as a Diet Diay2lt1,853., ;
ArdecoI Drink and especially at dinner ia found find tha: the purp oft'of both.polartzes,to the left,and .
Wei while defendiagiU nest HAVE A LIKELY NEGRO GIRL aaygzit by uniform
I en experience to be ,mb1tallt15e.ciolll yields, wish' ydrocbJoric acid a liquid camphor t'
Ibo attack of some sparrrwf. The rostate Tears old will be sold at private sale. obstinate eases,when, even the best of the in usual the most THis acid being io the stomach aa a principal jcom-r CRAM.BERRI 3,, Dried.Apples Fulton Market i

tsifite twheolaome of its youngioat Apply to B. B. OANOVA, 6 1853. temporary ,relief Horn the oil.iind renders it the valuable cheese enc"tll.eboice; family flonr, raham
pftiie nest Ue immediately August and I have DO doubt that it would yield j almdar diffusive( crackers
the!4a $atspatth&m tofi it t after with precision and,certainty in result* stimulant for which it was formerly, and wiU,proba tracfcwhear rice, gelatine, corn, starch, choice teas
It be c 4 np hit young one and replaced, I4m. Clapboards elf e, tl riDCe. your. own professional blyegafnbereaowaed. wipe,of ke., : J. _

ito ft* >:edt, where daring, the GOO>batUClS Shell Lime,35 do Stole d.,5000'The( Aromatic Schiedam Sclfanpps} fa* i I 'Consequently. ,regard TVIr. Wolfs "Schjedam P.'E.. CAIlR. '
put an March .
yinatgB feecatefaBy attended to reswonts Qspboards.75; 'oitiiirsnIte Seonealso Nails Hair strong bottles pints and quart, neatly covered andfor Atoroatic Schnoppa" u a:"valuable accession to. our IStb. .

; ,1 tharvesv aUe Jft fly and provide for them.st .. Tar, P/tch/ Roaia Oakum. !v4 ire Lead,: Paj|'qts, labelled with my name emboaasd OQ the bottle t 1.0, pharmaceutical agents, to say BOtbing of its comparative .' r ,

mintbHanUi or the house who wit- oi. Brushes. .ISneei Lead, tin, Bar Iron a f fac aimije of awpjatn/e 09.the label and my seals inaocnonsness to those who, use distilled Ii- Razors Bratacs &o.., '

lone day caught B. E. CARR., the.e.rk,wjib ,an essay upon its propcni.. qoara as a beverage.best To pe'none traveling in theHoulhwest ndelblo Ink with fcepantioa. Wada St. ,
; wbere.fbq ;water frequently
I'h', L.wrbit 1 or scarlet nb Avnat $-th qpOLPHQ WOLFE, and nonjetinjes. produces Batcher Warranted Razors net ready for use.Asaprud -
distressing dangerous
eyes fleets
Importer 23 Beaver,street New -
ik,1a Orderb.tib.eR y might r T4: t LOTGi York. upon persona qniccustomed ,to tllem, I should (hinkit Cutlery, Scissors t Aecordeons. staving:soap, .
If It IihoQW year it Extracts from |b*New York Medical Getette and would be a' good precautionary provitjon, brattier,boxes,straps,combs bair farcsfaes,steel key
T Alf receiving the Slate and County tires$ .of edited as a rings,tweezers,cork strewn,patent glass 'ink elands'
q t tltItu cboe Jounjal Health, by 1)Jf, $eere, .. D. eounteraetive or reypctjve of those effects, whenmixed I
"' -lif., mite alone, and appears to ? the year.1S. Xhe l day of October L,L. D., 775 Broadway, Octobrr ilL 1852: ia moderate quantities. At all eyepts,'it ia aaaorted. strel, ,pens,fob Unrs., hooks." ,cotioa twine.

liar eS PUlel'aayother bi next is the but day for keeping Lbo'SJQeIJt.. DO..L4Im QP AS ,4 1JEDi"OE the purest possible article of Holland ,Gin, heretofore; B.. E:CARE.. .
M t Feb' if fJ
p' 1\, Book open and fjH after $a| 4sy proceed to ::14, unobtainable,and aa such, bet safely 1853. -f .
, ,. I' ( Ia one last earths we accompanied the may : prescribed, L : :,' "
and adnrti for Of t publication
- Levy tyrnent .ohs circular this aabject from" I by physicians. : ,
T on ,
r 1ntima.to'th
1a oar
W\- : ./ 'i R.B CNQY4,8e4D4,i.otf Udolpliu,..VYolfe'Eell'wiha bnfe feltew-ciiizen .... DAYh4 MQTT,M..D.:,-, ,. h1"tooe', Limefor, white washiugvery! good I

_.; .botmod, ..,: .Iiu'.Jrog. ... '."J ,,'..,, .4 I,:" :Tax- essor; '1 -',anllAmcctor.!" prcssive..of.onr:own j"vfew,:Since comm'ntary,thenwe have, ex> ..' 'I' .Pbarrnaceutictl.Chemist.I ?; also White 1 wash.; Bnwhef'T"t W*"t .;.Coloriagpaints" 4ta-' :KT>J; Al t
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costa. ...' 5L AuguI\Unc I ,u'Tr.11.. ','. !h' "'. ,been'erop'oyiag!: this agent,and thus'far.'i:4 favora-> IJ..O181'" "; ", ...I"J'.e.J."<*". .j 3m., :uta'Coppera. il30dril ..;..' it
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1 r iitrulltiCN I Qlroctory.wY" ."" f.,q For the county of 8t .'oIiD'". OD the first Aio&day 'A' n 'Ordinance for tbe ProlecuOll''of I t 'E u: Coli 'ctoi'tt- 'ale'vBy .*' **. *|r :CHARLESTON: : AS0i:' 'lWi3t&;

i Magnolia 'ffttel, '".Qfi St. George .Street,, ,north' ofjhe in November (which for, the year 1853, will be the White Persous.Assembled.: for virtue of the power vcned' in me. *>y law 1 11 8 MAIL STKAjneS *

Public 'Sonare\ *94 99* d9or P99h; 9)* tba Metho* 1 h Noyember. Divine W onl1lp> shilfespoae{ foi'ulebefore bCtinftIluttse i in 1 .

,.lilt Church '\ For the county of Nassau, Thnrsdaj" before the Be it Ordained, by the Afayor.bad Ccnqcil: of the Palatka, ou the first Monday of July next,the follow* CAROLINA! AND

Florida 11o'i '. nP 1 ,,ace.. 6.on 1.,. 0 C. third Monday in November, '(say tot 1653,the, IT iNorember. City of St. Augustine:' ?'hat/ro ,and after the passingof ing described property or so much thereof aa will pay Tlroiffto/ Pill ikill FLORIIA-

4 jibe Public. Squaj*. 1 I this Ordinance if any person or persons knowingly I the state and connly taxes and necessary expenses due niiii in n 24 tq so i" ***. '.4*t-,*_

P f City ,,,i". On chd9tte, and Bay Street, a fewjdoors For the county 01 Dural,on the 3d Monday! in No t be engaged otgoaceroedia; vocifetative noise ,herronto pit. The CARo.n;T :
d9tttbEaitoftbePabUeSauare. 'fembe.riw b.lol 1653, will he the:1st Ijloyrmber.F. sejling liquors or kris, other act having ap 700' acres 3d rare land granted to the Heirs ofTlaomlll !I.'e CUARLE&1"Jf,
,. Ylaatsigllotst. 'ty, Charlotte( Sttflfr0d v Tjeas- r the county of Marion, on the 1st Moodav In imjaedJate> tendency to dlstarb: 01 cause a disturbance : Fitch and advertised fat nonpayment of tax Saurrd4T.lt3 P. Jf. tfW.

} ft, jury Gang; ', catch of!: t the pc ljc 84aa.ro: ,annexe d U the December, (say for 1853, the 5th December. of 4 congregation of white peMon--..assembled! for the ra for the year-1852! ,being section'42 of private sur. tnroha 1''.whole PAt.KA \
FlcrUa ..owe.' For the! county of Alachna, on the'2d Monday In puipose of divine worship at.a cbrrtb chapel in tt the rays (in township 12 range 26 and 'bounded North by and JACKSONVILLE bi.P1tOL\TAIq AIQ' _
QO4RAItW; HOUSES. December, (say 12th' December In the year 1853. City such person if white, person shall be,fined not Michael Croaby'.granl,South by the Ocklawaba: Riv The FLORIDA wiSleameri I..ne Tuesday, 4 o.tloeki\:_ .

Nil y Petto.; On $t. George Street, a.: fey,doors I For the county: of Columbia, on the 3d Monday ored lees than fire the dollars offender Dor.l1.1orl hall boa be fined twenty,if a cot er, Fan: by the River St. Johns and West by grant r, Tuesday, It 3 P. A1. Rytnroiag CEfARL1'. '+3TU. .> n awl_,

: 89uth of the Court Ho vie_ and, f. biC I Square. in December, twbkh for 1653,will.be tb* 12th! De person aa aforesaid, .Michael Crosby. LATKA everr urlday.a.7 A. Al trilllest y Apes
p or whipped not exceeding thirty PICO
0. .Y. P. << t of Bay d Fbet. stripes, or imprisonedrot Unless taxes and -plid btfore day f + ; .
,y pn pay stre* ; ore II' !ce> week with expenses oaale. 10 o'clOfk, \. 11,. j., JACKSUNYIIL
exceeding ,
I one roat the discretion
F Laoe.Docl. ot clock fJ "
garden A, 1t1. .
the and
IO&TQIJB.,.. sJ( }1f )mU D' m. .Mayor Mayor Alderman shall attend and that to the all coraplainjs City Marthall, and, The combat above next.sale i f.postponed to the first MondllyotSe : These connect "with III tGe i.., .,

i F. 1Veedgsr ...ft.ce.at. his Dwelling House '. arrest such offender. Slagel of last Florida nut COnDeCl both < t
ST. AUGUSTINE E. F. R. T. BOYD, sheriffand e.off. war .
1! the Nrw York Steamships! ", :
I ,09 Bridge Street.. That upon ail! convictions the person or persons con Tax Assessor and Collector Maw: \ .t +i.
Doet.John B. Peek. Office $t.:Qeorge Street, tiered shall remain imprisoned r..c the. WilldinlloD Boats.Paasags t" .
I 90 or committed until.the Palatka. Jan. ht, 1853. _.
A few door North of he Coon otse. TillS ESTABLISHMENT hay fine andcosts are paid or Uliafi d. front Ciarieston **- '._.
I I p DRUGGIST.Nn.PCfZylftjr .; iag undergone rougb Repairs this Passed in Council March 10th 1853. Tax Collectors Salt.By Pit lu. ..1 P.lab, 810. % ..of.(,

*. Chemist ajid DrDjgestCbariottefltreet. / present season is now ready for G.IIUlPlJREYSN"or.Aue.e \ For furtherparticnlanapplyto .
virtue of the ,
: reception ot Cam !!n \ FAMILIES AND power vested in me by law I J. W. CALDWELL. ...,
I TRANSIENT; ;. Dltt$ can have spacious A. B. P.AdEn!'. expose tot sale before the Court House! in t tPalatkaoa Charleston. ""n9 '
the' first Monday of July nest, the fol BELLECHASSF&F1NEGAN'Jaeii:ol.;
It.ti yv.l1S.: Apartments. K. K: REID Palatka. .
(low> described ,
ng property or so thereof will .
I An Ordinance to raise the much as Ith'
a revenue to
B. B. .ul,1. < Law Ar- Rooms, Airy, Clean, and Neat meet cur the and I .....1.
; .1"? ,"I.or ,t -oce, Off Itkolf. rent expencef of the City, for the year 1853 and for pay state county taxes and necessary expen Tax Collector I '
/i cry Lane. uvs fnmlsliedliauclsoiiicly.IfotUIug .-. the extinguishment of the City! debt. sea due thereon, 'to wit. Salt j .i .
a. 4. l'uln m. Attorney and Councellor r Wautlnjj. 893 acre 3d rate land, Y virtue of the power vested
granted to E Hudnal u. B in me t;' {
He it Ordained the Aldermen of 9't.
i .at \rQW'ce.\. J/CQluta/ ) .Vejet.Gfoi t.. The House is well known as being ro' ently the City of dt. Augustine, by Mayor in Council and convened: ble taxed and advertised for nonpayment of taxes fo.the.year shall expose for sale before the Court II o_ ,

ge K. F.ir6f.t1.fQrntl"lIl Counsellor ataw Built, Expressly with a view to the nccofti- That Tax of one-eight of one cent be and 1852. lying partly in township 13 range 26 Palatka on the first! Monday of Julya-xt ;.'

ffGceinthe( C.ourt Ilouse. odation of Inca licll nnd olher, being entirely) the same is Hereby directed to be per imposed fb- the and partly in township 12 range 26 and boundedNorth IowingdrstribedpropertyoreomcehtherrotssRs I ,.
built of Wood with Rooms Fold by public lands.South by the River St. pay state county taxes and .
connecting, year 1853, (for the purposes aforesaid) on the value ..... due thrreon aLetnectlitr1ttpen. : ;'\
.yUpl lC'0FFJCES, ing Doors, &c., which renders it Free from of all Real Estate situated and lying within tbeChanered and grant of Wm. Gardner, Eon by public,land (to wit. "
Aadrenl'P Blinds windows and Neat by the Uiver St. Johns. "f/ 150acres3d:>> rate, landgrantedtaWm; .
&K/JU&etti Lawrence of Dampness. Fireplaces, to litnUa the snit City-and the following C:

.." "AIiI.t./ a $'e $ use 'lffifr'! .. %... .V through opening on Piazza Promenade Two persons (\to,wit. !) Frederick.: : Humphreys_ and Al l> ..If Unless> taxes. .and i expenses ire paid' before, day oThe'sbove.aaleia for double the taxed IK&and advertised fur nonpavn:
HundniJ year fyuiiin fowMhtefi.Soutfi YW
Feet. Protection from Rain Cold hrrtoD. Rogero ar' Appointed .assessor's to determine
$wseyrgeaeraPg, dJts. Jolj') Westcplt, Sn
eyorUeaergloaf/oeptteltreetcoruerot I / Artrllene rWiaJsdtc.., forming a desirable RETREAT from the value of said Keal! Estate, and fix the basis of September.*nut I postponed. lathe first Monday. .boandrd.N rl.b' 'It.l..lEA.tl': !

and Hospital e. confinement at all seasons of the year.- upon which said tax shall be !levied and it is i hereby t' tiiiJeot'by a'U1fit ,

Land Office. A. T. Noda, Register of PublicLands The House is situated facing South In centralposition further ordained that the tax imposed by this Ordinance E. T. BOYD Assessor, .and'ri6'aad Collector exoff.Tax ( sa I.Unless.. turn and expenses are paid LcfWc +

(floe in the Court o e. and retired from other Dwelling shall be collected in tie same manner an.1 I P r. c. Tile jBft
aalWfpoatponea .
r f'. T7, 'jf//)|. I ReceiyeV, ofljce 10 Court The House contains 45 Rooms with additional under the same regulations are provided and i in*. September next. to the Erst 1taa..

.. *House.' Parlours Dining, Setting Itoorns.and conveniences force relation to the collection cf City .taxes .levied City: Ordinances and llc.oliitioii u C. T. BOYD.At
lidee 0Prt/&,, ,. (11.1 ) officeintheCvVrtlJoyse. upon other descriptions of properly. u..o:
Humphrey's} Judg*, general For Accommodation n' An Ordiuance' !lor: the better preservation oflhe '1'nx
Passed by the Council January (1853. Collrttot .
.. I : cleanliness and healtLof R i
.x not bo surpassed. City, and for other .t rula.ka.Jan hIIS.J. .
Peter Circuit G HUMPHREYS p '
Jf. Dumas. Clerk Court, office inihe Mayor. w1
1'110 well earned Reputation this House poses. 1 ;
Court Attest .
House. =.
l }Rafael p.C nott.. $Sberjffand) |I Jax C llecjprof has from Year to Year acquired- will be th" A1\ ., R. ANDBEU> Clerk. IJe it hereof{ Ordained. by the Mayor and Aldermen Tax CWfcc/orj I Sale. }.t.. :

'fice in the j. urt flouaje, 1 ,.ProprietressMrs" DAVIS aim to sustain, and of the! City of St. Augustine, in Cou rail ease m B Y virtue: of the power vested in m r j4 .

CqlUctqr of Customs. Paul Arnau. offiee in for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she re* ''I, TUITION.ffllHB bled: That from and after the promalgntion of this i-hall expose for sale before the! Court Hoi J

Charlotte> street, at' his'residence near toe store of A> turns her thanks. Ordinance, shall not be lawful, to throw vegetable Piluikaouthefiret fllondayof Julyoev! ILe f....
p. r ipa.u.' Tho Table will be supplied with choice JJL Subscriber at the request of many of l his trash or annimal matter of any jescripiion, over the ing dcscril eJ properly or so much iberewilite a.triN t

w. Inspector qf e.""".. Jame. A. Micljler. Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish:: Ducks Venison, of friends limited hu been induced to undertake the tuition Sea Wall.or into the Basin: connecledvida said state and county taxe atJ( arrerawr y tJPftoIQ.pe y ,
a number of He therefore
1. //, Bronson. Judge U. S. Cour| Northern Turkeys und Shell' Fisn, which at this time Pupil. contemplates Wall-and any {person offending against this pro due tbeseou.: to wit. 1 ,.
p'iltrie&orFlorid,, office in the Court House. our Rivers and Forests abound. Two opening School cm Wednesday theft rat .hibition, shall, i if a white person; be fined for the first 457 I1cn3d ratrlanJrrateJ p .
or day of December text the house >> WC.W ,
at recently occupiedas ofltnce.in a sum not ]leg than nor chr "
Q. 11. Fairoaqks* Clerk U. 8, poqrt, ofH.ce inf mom Hunters sporting for this two. more than doub taxed and adverted for nonpavmeairul '
he Court Ilouse.Deputy ., exclusively c a law office by W. A. Forward, Esq., adjoining five dollars,and for each subsequent oficnce, of not for the 1852, '
year being
House. (the residence of Judge B. B. Gould. five' township 13
less than eggs
nor more than Ten dollars and if the tho .
M4r" fll. GVorge; I. Zehubaur, office in Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns Fishing He will teach all the Elementary branches of an offender be a colored person, he or she so ;offending bounded, North, East Dud 1 Yes t b) publichua.q'aa' .
IJq Rivet
.J1.r.C ur by
: Tackles, Boats. fur Excursion,&c, English Education, viz. dpehinj, Heading, Writ.ingaud shall subject to a like fine,or beat the discretionof Unless St. Jubas. .
/ SrICf1S Qf TIJf1 Pf14Cft. Very Respectfully, Arithmetic. the Mayor, puni&hrd by the infliction of a number sale. taxes: and expenses are pa.d haters day .:

Reuben Piakharo.-- tljce.at Ijis} residence) South PROPRIETRESS.IV > He! will also give instructions in the theory of Surveying of stripes on the bare bnck of' not lets than tea nor The above sale is ,.t 1 it .

; ff St-Francis'Barracks. -. t.. Narigationaad'.4lrasuratioa.' more than twenty for the first offence, and for each of September: next. postponed to the 5n t M,. -J N _,

OJluavhreifif Notary .Pubjic-roffice? in tlje} Cqurt B.-It Is the wish of Clio Proprietress TcxturcR.QUARTER.- House f that tho Servants attached 86 per quarter,half quarter in advance more than thirty one. Tax ex-cff.!: .

fiJTY OFFICERS, .i.' to tho House ftlioitld. bo civil, .attentive Surveying, &c. $3 extra Beit Junker Urdpined. by the authority afare. ePalatka, January 1st,Aw 1853.orandUIIretorr(,; '"''4;

jl/jjror-Gad Humphrey" : and obllhlll. Surveying separately pet quarter $C. 00 .tiJ1'hatftehallhereafter be lawful, for colored ___ of .' a
L-mremce Andre, I : Hours.if tuition from U to 2 O'clock. 1 persons, (bond or free) to use the Sea Wa I, a* a Tax ColUclms Sale. "

11111 A MAGAZINE OF PURE MORALS.O JAMES M.\ GOULD. place for promenading and they are hereby turbid C n -
4'.411 } ..IJert e ; No,. 20,1 852.1 walk thereon BY virtue of the power vestej i id _
its Ned/d.. !' q q to under a penalty of a fine of not hu U PIt" by w I :
; less than two, than five rs P.use for ware before the Court I base
.Micha'l Usinf.: : PE'rERSO 'S l\1.\GAZIN: fi nor more or in lien l'ilaeka'on'the first ba
Clerk fit : S'f.BILITY-SELURITY-PERPETIr1'I y thereofa number: of stripeswof not (era than ten nor Monday of July Dut. tL rot-l
of Cftf B. ;
At the,Council room. CoiiweiA., Pace,.y, office : The Best and Cheapest Ladies' Magazine. $ OOUOO. more than thirty one, to be laid, on the bare back of I bwing the described properly or so moth tbf'.r( ii.dl ,
A NEW VOLUME: of this popular periodical will the offender.De pay stale and county 1I.n auJ
aree.aaiy u.
Citil.tr' ?,.1 .r4 cl CI"k a..rae Nurktt, ', Reuben. commence with the Jannal: number fur 1853. which THE MUTUAL LIFE llfSURAXCE' ", : it further Ordained ayl Decreed, by the au i penws due thereon to wit, "' i
P)0kljaii) "
1 ) I will be ready by the fetal December, and will be the COJlPANI" thorny aforetaidthat from and after this dale, aU A I pipe of land iuthe'1'owa: of Pilluhkn'lf

PORT WARDENS. snort superb ever pullitked.IUc NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL St., colored persons are furbiden to smoke iu any of 02 de.aguared on the map of' aaid Town as Uloc\' lp p.

I \ I', P. ZytttraClarle' jraasetJoi.: $ Pomar. : only Original Magazine. J\\.T ET Accumulated Fund, Nor lot, 18.19.8900,* the streets, or other public places in the City, under South, bounded East by 2d street. West b,3dI"w.
; ill 000,securely invested in Bonds and of fine of I by mnnis'rret I.aUtl Norah| ;
This is now the only Magazine that gives Mortgageson a penalty a nut than three norm ore l oy >Irtrt
AUO l -IONEER.ISeo. 1 : articles' txelutitely.: Mrs. Ann d. Stephens,'the editor real estate ip this city and ooklyn, and stocks than hve dollars for the first offence, or in default or posed Unless la be taX uwnrd and by YauJeburg Giles & ltoller. ",
nfthje State and City of New York and United thereof, number of 8 ezpensrs'arepaid before
; and all tbe brat American writers, regular payment a stripes. of not I ran pnle.:
pester, FP, Ferreiw; _'94' 114;8tylaell J,.. contributors More thrilling stories, tales arc and States Government. than ten nor more than twenty be laid( upon the 'I..he ';
nqy- This fund is rapidly increasing by bare back of the ctTrnder-and each bosale is postponed to the first
a widely exten. blow
;' eta have appeared in this periodical, in the l last t-n subarquoffrncea rat of rptaubernext. ,
'MERCHANTS..U ded and bua nela. fine of five dollars the "' '.
years, than in all tkt'othertgut together. The tone prosperous ; or infliction of ;
I i If. 4dreu. Dealer in eta le and ,F sae r Dry is that of die highest moral I parity! so that every fain* The Company declared a dividend of' profits offif thirty one stripes, to be laid on the bare back,as R.T. DOYD.slieri/Tnnd exfK: :
17-two per cent > all existing policies on jibe 3 1st .foresaJ( act! nil colored Tax Assessor and Collector
: ffoodscoraer of Ueorg aq4 J I'icplata recta Mar l ittr''rrlierc there are daughters, should have it. Receiprl ; persons or.d.ltrebY8Ir i clry r. r.xPalatka. .
I 1 :; ket S care. .' pattRs fur embroidery,and everything useful of January, 1848. forbiden to carry about their persons any knife January. ht, J853. n .

flu inrtame At Ifowk- orper of Qt. George to the .u, appear monthly AH the Profits are divided among;. clasps or other of more than three inch leng'h of lax \

end .Treasury Lane, Colored Faihions hero the Insured.The Mode ; nor shall any colored person,not actually in'. j CulkcLQTI Jam I.q

tirr'(tf At B. Carr. Wholesale aqd Retail[ ,dealer Only. premiums payable in cash annually em- firm front disease or extreme age!, carry under any BY virtue of the power vested in me byiiW I .

pf first qua sty' Family Groceries of aU!| kind, Li* No other this Magazine now gives colored steel fashion annually, or quarterly., interest being added on the pretence whatever, a cane; or walking stick of any .i1atka' lIl* ei>oae fura before the Court fi warp* t
does. Full leti
>rs&-c.. No.3 plates, as express descriptions ac* deferred size or description under n penalty of 11 the first Monday, ot'
fjq East side Charlutte. beet. ,, lj arch payments. ; not less t ihnn l July ntxijbe&iitaring I 1
of. the Public square.Ueofgf : corqpany) eadi monthly} P'a'e.' This is, in fact, the The cash principle adopted by ihir Company se- five dollars fine or a number of stripes to be laid on described property or so much+ thereof aa wiflyaf I

Cur L. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry textbook of fashion, and indispensable to all who mea to the parties for whose benefit the insurances the bare back of the offender) of not less than leunormore the state and county iMesand. neceawiry :,
,CQodti West side of Charlotte=; a: few doors would know how to dress elegantly' ,yet economically are effected the whole nf the advantages, without than tbirty-nine. due thereon to wit. expca!r : ,

tiouih of Treasury* Lane. fhiePtt It enullti every lady to 6e her eMlII drettmaker.3Iagitificeut subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated Passed by the Council 23d December 1852 A piece of land i ia tbe Town of Palatka kuowaor

bctk MVetktman.. Wholesale, and Retail dealer Mofczotliils and premium notea. G HUMPilREYS, Mayo .I designated on a map or p Jar of said town as the I3oAk
} pi I Dry Goods and oilier Ciiffraviujts.The Persona effect insurance Attest half of( Block No. i.3. bounded''
Grpcerjeg.' 'Grocery store an the may on their.own i lves( ? South ly UM Sofia,
d t$ round floor of the City Hfltf J-Dry ()pods Store, mezzotints and steel engravings, one of which and the tires of others. A married woman can in* SI. R. ANDIEV.Clerk. ballet said Block! Stet by 3d street, West bj.3Jt ,

Charlotte street, Howard's Building. at Iraat appear in every number, are unrivalledant for 'cure the life of hlr husband,the benefits of which are street t, North by main street, owned by tlir frirs.f J .

Mittet S, N. Pi khun}. UealeN' in F r bracts In illnstralions, as well. reading matter, :'secured by law for the exclusive use hmelf or chil Extracts. from Proceedings of City J. Plnlli P a. t

,, t ) &.e. opposite the. Planters Hotel. gaegt'Cfp Last i indeed, this Magazine i* without an equal. In fact, ;I dren. ) Vouucll.-. .aIf'Unless: cosec and expenses' air past before ds} of

,, ,j rlol1uLrect.. this i$tke only illmtrated Magazine in the country Clergymen apd all others dependent "upon salaries THE following Resolutions were then" severally .
Pedrq tienet. Dealerin Groteriei,ProTisions, &c. which has tteadily[ tattooed in cir vlation every are specially invited ro,: avail themselves of a resource and adopted, namely : ; or 7 liealava' >ele ia posfpooeJ 10 the 5U.'lBOYDaheriff.ndex.oB", IUoadsy

i cornerof Cuna and :h. George street. year, which proves ,how superior it !1.. whereby! their surviving familea may beaecuredrom Resolution 1st. St'pte3ubtnUl.. .

) F..T fincjr.: Watch maker and Jeweler, on 't'crtua*-*CGottpswt of All. the evila'of enury. Revived ly .the Mayor and Aldermen In Council : 1
Qeorge arrefft. nearly! opposite office of Dr. Peck Pamphlets anatory of the principles of Mutual convenedThat the Ordinance prohibiting La iiinviibin | <* \ne
One copy for qt\t\ year, 9 doll-irs for thre4{/ lea 5 Pala-ka.- JanunrjK r'13'1 Po"a. i
; Life
ftof, Ne un. Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps, dollar for five cop Insurance,and illustrating its advantages, with \ certain limit theriin specified .passet the 1 :

,' H"aan.d Dry Goods, e if; side of Charlqttee ...t1 iFet. for eight; copies 10 copies dollars 1 for"Joars||sixteen and fifty .cents ; forma oappli ation.may be obtained at the office of ?tat of July, 1843, be amended by inserting i ii )U'le- I ,,.

pqrnrr of Charlotte street aud Treasury ...ne. \'' ; copies 90 dol the Company,35 Wall at.,,or of any of its ages ta. diately alter the word "bathe," in :hej s cdnd Ii ie of' .Citx Collector'. bat I e. i i

Lawrence Adrt Tailor, Charlotte lars.PRMIUMSFORCLUDS TRUSTEES the first section thereof, the following;i& except m Y virtue of the
street, : / .-To : : power rested in mi by ,law I I
near} ,qe Fort. repay prisons get Ion B Collins within the enclosure or calls .ballex sr fur '
flag up Clubs! the following splendid Premiums will Parid C Colden. of a regular decently satebeu re the Cquei Uuae ,.
J Aff Vtina. Boqf; *hjsker. 'Ch Wm J contlructed Bath nfrlloute fr Palnlh,on llae firet'llow' w
rlqu. aireet near be For club of Hyslpp, Alfred Edwards anti was like ay oflaly
fhe City given :- a three or five, a premium at'z t.tI'e (uAc'j!
Hotel. wise Resolved ing d-lCribeJ
Michael plate, 16 by 24 inches-* magnificent offer. For R H McCurr'y, Wm Betts that! said Ordinance, lie I forth( r ao properlY Of .u winch the' + tea witlpsy
NelligaqCabinet Make., Charlotte olnb of right, a copy of the Magazine for 1852.! For Ered: Winston, Joseph Blunt amended and altered, as to read thus, (to wit) any tbullte .nd c.ounll torsa, ndnrcesaaryespcaeetSJse
j tree t,I* low :IVmperance If.|1. a club sixteen, an extra for Id53 and C W Faber, |Is'aeG'Pt'areoD; person violating this section of this ordi once/shall therton, to WII. i rr

Qurtelq .Olitero "lack Smith eqd, Quo Spar mithr plate in addition. copy a premium John P Yelverton, lIenrr Wells, on conviction>> before the Mayor, if a while nferson, 3Ra acres 3J irate land granted to Dl; Aeoatabe.

iw North Gate of the City;. .. Addressed, post-psiJ, toCHARLES Theo Sedgwick, Win Moore forfeit and pay, for the first offence, a fine a Five in2l0 township 13 faugt' 3i ADd bound d Nurtb

J. PBTFRSON, Stacy B CoI n., 3ebedee Cook, dollars,with alf coats which<< may accrue; :n ii e col. public !coda, South loll West br&he Rivet S dt.. J..br I:
Rotpliuflley, Lif"tfr qnd Refret\ntn\it\ } b.y No Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. John II Swift, Jona Miller, lection of said fine and for each subsequent ( ffti race lad East. public lands
F. BriJjer{ Cf.y Hotel. John: Wadsworth David A Comstock, fine of Ten'dollars{ ; with costa aa aforesaid and, if'a UnleMtJixe.andepen3e.arepaidbeforedaofs.e. t.
Philip Go''u.! Retailer of Liquors. Refreshments,, TOValuable Lt\IIQEfl.LAN'I' lt S M Cornell, Robert Shuyler negro or mulatto, on conviction she!) trespass 'J'be I ;
& ,
c. Charlotte street opp 'ite rdier'! Bowling' Gouv M Wilkins James Chambers gainst this ordinance he offender shall receive'. ,twtniyfiv of i a iKSt,11 postponed to lhe fins 1loaday
"Uer* Tracts of Laud fur Sale. Jobn V L Pruyn ( : stripes on the bare back.Resolution. : .
Jo'ephTuckerman. 1 .
___,-I'r '1'UE"subscriber as Agent of the several owners Fred WhUtleaey, Moses II Grinnell 1 !3d. T, BOYD sheriffand ex-od. ..\'

; E S.TA.GB OFFICE.; i; i j jQflct for oak some of the most valuable: lands Charles Ely Wm J Bunker, Resolved..That hereafter, until otherwise r orsPalatka' J'D. Tax.Assof, 1853. Colketorp j ,

oft 11e Picolata, MeiZSt4ge.. Br11 errs City jn EaslFlqrida, to.wit; John C Cruger Eugene Dutilb, dad,a tax of six ana a quarter teats per day be levied l '
800 acres: .valuable hammock land, West oil lom. '\VahtrJoy, Francia and collected for each stall in the Fish
(Illltfl.i r S market,used Tui CuXleetor'a5 '"
..,; ,,. ; ington, known aa the Gibbs Lands in Marion' U a., Alfred Pell, J O Thatcher. and occupied in tie vending of FUh. ; and it is here ,_.. Yivmne r of the .
-Oj '110Q acres o.ea-the Alachua Savanna, known as JOSEPH by. made the dUly| f the City Marsh-1! power vested ia me by bw .
!!. to examine aI!
the Grant. COLLINS President. fiar upose (oracle before .1
PHURCIIES.Clunk. Carey ISAAC all fish brought to the market and (with tf the Court h/unst/
A" AsrAsa Catilic} # : i'Nqrths'j. | e JJoqumenql |X1400 acres in San Felasco Hammock' near ]New JOSWH BLVHT Counsellor.Secretary/ trace or any two disclttt ertJ disinterested te persons.concur. Ing described, on ifittl Monday (,:JuIr nest,fire follow*
n.s.nsville.. known aa the Lawton Lands. whom he select properly or M mudfLiereof. .tIt.1
unite tr
t1t11re. : ,, G. R. FnaiAHKS may to with him in
any exam- '
i, .&l<< CAvrck. Sooth aide Monument square. ;Several thousand acres good. 'and in the Arre-- er 18th. Agent St. Augustine Fla. lion he may make{ ) shall condemn; all, such fiih aa sfcs.titr axes. aDd rce"1 aq e:PT If
.!!rlcr.a! C4 grc4. Qd St. dondo Grant. may be npsonnd and ucfit fur I '
Cjeorge I street, t1. w-and from and
outh I 7000 idea on Halifax River South of Bt. -Y- 0.J.crei3dratr.4DdclOllbr..a .
{ otbeagttarc.1lletliodiet'FpttespaI. ( Au* after, the passage oihis rnolu { tJI..p. "
i. lon, no silt of fi h
gustiae.kaown aa the Bu low Plantation 800 Ifotlce._ shall made JJlddlito ;br" Jil.ee1i
Cl "L St. having : be either openly or i"4JPifl( ; t.ufut.
r .Cfeorge street, covertly until
Atr e AIfpol(ti"Hqmp f I. acres of open land suitable for cane and Cott oa. All persona. are hereby forbiden from rte apoamarket bell I has been regularly rung, and ale the lhin 8' tange" ..7, aqd.' ''60unJed. OD in. J f6'>.PJ'lan"di.
And severs.! qther bodies of hammock. land on upon or owing any timber on the tract of made in violation of tab prohibition, ia hereby any S

TBRSJS OP COURT EASTER 'p nsvigablewaters. land known aa 0O0O acres lying on the Eaat aide clared to be utterly. ;void,and not ? deUnlesr taxes and, lefore
pt QUIT lilies of St.Johns entitling the pur expenses are paid day w
QFPIARIDA.ttetttxa ,The are undoubted and terms low.Apply 1 River between what was formerly known chaser to a preference over other j.1e. .
any individual
n : .to GEO. It. FAIRBANKS, as Mures place opposite Pilatka and Buena Vista may'' be present at and after the The above Bale 11 '
szitx. ;; Feb 28. 1853 St. Angwtin-,Flo rids. put of a giant of5OOO ICrea made to Joha and-propose for any fish he ringing of laid bell I of September next. PO'fponfd to. the. first.. MoaJsy,
Huertaa : may U e IQd' delre .. .
Fettle Co.a ties of Orange and St. Lade ,and being the same 6OOO acres cold purchase and to : .
gi,lie, qq the first Tuesday in April in,eachand at Mel School Boohs.4Otlne'r I Francis J. A vice, by John HnertasAa lURid l todad or cc.yrnl", coDtrafT any person to be selling fish 'either o only R.. T.'BQYD,ahnUf and er" e3.
FTe" )'ear. > Geography ,and A.tlas, Woodhnde do : is claimed by me aa guardian of C A M hi. ins aning of Collect or re
I ; aouiu 1. A t iraine-.6.11. .. '
YICZ. on convicilnn. _.._..K.C... .1. Un PlJatka'aau: 1st, 1853. 'I. ; -.
-- '
For the County of Sampler A JaniivUIe \$ aqd.do., Peter Parleys do, Smiths new Gram IARY N.A\ .CE.r or be fined in quadruple the value .mM tuc May I I
on the St. of say fish ... __ .
Augustine II sold "
May 14ih.1853. so
mar Obeys History of the United States, Webster's I I
a eot)4) Afoi Jay! iq) A.p.ril iu each and ef ery ye Sr. by him, with costs of proaecal oo. lax Collector's Sale.BYvVtue .
speller and definer, Walkers Dictionary, southern first i
For the, oqnaty Putnam,ai Pilaika,third class book rinuba. \* Claret Wine "Retained, That his Honr. the Mayor, be of the power rested ia bylawj
Tuesday (
each ,histqry of Greece,do do of Rome, &c.A ted to invite the -eqnes me
(IQ April,in and every year. attention| Lfent. M. L<4 Smith r for sale Iowa
f do do of! United States,english reader, pictorial; spelling : the United of before the Coun, *
For the.coaqtj'of' i arioq,*y Qc a. qa&h: fifoqdty' bqqk, do primmer, do reader, school reader da* Very and pints superior also Claret 10 ) Wine, bottled in quarts now iq tbja City and Topographical Engineer Corps, FalaUia,on the first.Monday of July nea.thu t.now-J

pf 4prUFor .bollaaiiuuneUQ. slates! led pencils, ink. letter paper, Sherry Madeira bflxea Claret Wine,Imported I: toot of Canal ('tbo'll is understood+ ia on a described propen,, r so much thereof as will(pay die 1

the cqantj. of Atacllga at Ne"naq, iUe vt tfeq, quills) ;ateel r pens, note papc.r, toy books ((c. Ale Porter Philadelphia and Port WiDe t.orJisl|.. otDh i intervening I between Survey the in head our Slate) to ttie ground state and county taxes and the aec'saarg expenaes das
first Moa ay i4 Af B. E. and ..Polter' CoDpe Matanza hirer,and thereon, to wit. J
ay. : : CAQtt. W I r.Choice Principe ss Smith's Creek, the head of
For the.coontf of Columbia March 2fith,1653. mantis and tMrSraDd 8gara, Aro Iowa Rivet,at "Bo- IOt..er" third rate Iandm."d u.S.fDex,
at Alligator, oq the Notary Dew Tobt"OPipei Haolaver" and to ask; th tt he will; if tp
8aaliSngo consistent let.double
econd of Leaf taxed and of '
Monday May. t r' end Cut Tobacco. g with his other advertised! fcr noorajmeat
For the coaaty ofNaasaa.atedq 1,000 BQOU AGENTS WANT ED, a view to arrangements examine the same with taxes for the year 1853, being in township U raar* .
'l .. .H., oa the TO SELL AND] ; n4;- C: RR. ascertain the practicability of opening a 2S. oo ltd..d North .
\ fJ t 1.be rqr tb, foaftlj t4| II&r1 ,PICTORIAL QTHCff UdEFy' i .Augustine Jnae 4ih 1853 water communication to connect those East and Weat' bpabfic land J|
l4a r two poitna and Soatli b the *
Rjver ,
FOR THE YEAR 1853. aqd S c. Johns.
to the
for th' of Dun I report City Council( the '
ecuqty at result!
(founh Moadsyok, 'oy. JackaonTffle' r. r oa.. ihe $.,000 DOLLARS A. :fEARl; Patent JOtodiclnes.vln amiDa oD." r 'his ex- Unless taxes and. expenses. ant| p i4 before day 0(;

'. ,. For thoeioatr of fit. John's, at St.;;.Anj-ostiae WANTED, in every county of the United, Med ICAN UUSTANq LINrimNT' 0. HUMPHREYS, Mayor sate.The above sale Is I "C
second Moatfaf in Jane. on active and enterprising men, tp en* for cele bra postponed! JU> the: tint Monday l
.qe : i\ gage In the sale! of some of Jbe best Books in the IfcUtims tI19Pstsq orn.s l4re, Hair Dye.. September next r I'

I !L T'' ; t coal trJ. To meq' rf good address, pqsseisjng! a EGzir oT' Opi'arm. Improved Uq aid Hair Dye-This {a a capital IL T: BOYD, SUeriffsn J.ex:oScTa ;

For the ernaika cf Qranoe aqd B\\. Luck, third small capital of from $25 to 8100, 'indocementa Pain-Kfller T table; ;bj I IJatI4Dt.&DeOtlS and I ; Assessor Id:CoUtctot, r. c.Paltka .

Tuesday.! before the first Monday in !Cloven' }* ,
... (which Wrth., best 1 853, will; be ihejaif! } pctqber.ror '' to 95 a day 'profit.' Bttatireths Pal 1toffa ? t. if not& aatUfactorr to be ret1 hlecf. It'Clielel- I '

-ton eoonty of Pqtaaq, oa this! lat Tuesday CT Tbe'Books, pablbhed\ by qs are all ctefi g l r in i S Pm, Janes lediCIDUj( ,. : ; .. ; -"titer.,:'black. or brown.*s desired Irriu' i JUST Received 67 the Catolf .'.hapIa.eottt.aa'

before th i |he, Monday in November (which*jar the their ,.character extremely popular, and command Fahnstock Yt tifttge} Polpettt8: .B. E. CARR. : te lead,linseed-oil,tame tine,...iJ.asotasift.

JTar li 1 l, wilt| be lit! 'Nojetnbef.! ] Urge sales wherever they are offered. a ltediciat; A7U!.Cherry Pectofa1 Ytrees., May.. 14',1853.IUUlard'. iron, honey\ ', snyarA jpork'..ba. oabaiaJl f.cheraelcrackers
t .For tke ; 'For farther. particuUrs, address (postage paid), Tcnruend' Suiap SaD ,bread.Courljoap, CdJt starch, iadif trasioas
of do. t .
poonty Wednes- -
Sampler. on .ItOBE T 8BAK8, PoBUjata" Cod Q Table almonds, tea..**** ,tpu***
riser Liu ,. and TCR Cult.
djr! (n which Ifb Phu
horernbe[, ( 'lot the.year !1 853,. will bjqe 181 William Gam ili 4I'er
43d 'Novrmb.r, Btrref, New York.. ; : T the M.iooJia Ret pepper; tobacco segrs.lofaiul leaf. Etooms. taX
: ; Febroary 5th |853. J0I1 4 ? ; day and S, at,.open tbtodghout:'tae washburds, paQ,-''b) lkw n} coati, bx",
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