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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 20, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00048575:00148

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The Edinburgh Guardian tells a good story of The'New-York Spirit of the Times publishes I Some time since a young married lady, wife of Two English gentlemen once stepped into a : I

4 JIJIIU IIED EVERY SATURDAY, ATM a 4Curi9us Impertinent," and the bare justice the following'"good un;" one of our citizens,accompanied by a sister then coffee-house in Paris, where they observed a

I .X "", "I'W, St.Jaws Comity Flo.K. promptly I ;-- i About'the time of the inauguration_of President -: !lately) widow,left' our city on, a tour South. tall old looking man, who.,Appeared not to be a '/

Y B. CAISOVA, "A pretty village: on the neighboring coast, i Pierce, a gentleman named Parker, belonging I The widow, on the boat for New Orleans became native, silting at one of the tables, and looking !.' '

Tiff" fMrirn frequented by summer visitors, was lately the i to Concord,joined in tbe'general rush to witness '. enamored with a young man .of genteel' appearance .. around with the most.;
tfcjiii;- per annum fo advance. xa. 1
&ooatinaed until all scene rather au amusing incident Taking advantage : the great ovation. Our friend, who is an and prior to J er leaving the aunnY"'S. r

',' $r, Ml Pfft" MJta of the Publi&h'er.arrearage.',are. of a lovely summer day, two young h, i attorney of same.note, has not been much frf arttaftllerburfi d. .. ." ..t- .' ,..,.. ," ..... '
opttoD ... f :- K J, .t. .1-e a YTJ& 1 a; ot+ou **'-i aware'r hai'tnercT'are' stud the recent decease,other husband it ;was deemed thatcertain dwarf bad :arnved atlParis. At

xsch' e coast, where th ey hoped to indulge I things as, the*.* swapping! Hftpfc of umbrellas: .and'*hats& ****at* -expec i iant.to keep. the. matter secret lathe; ::hits, the. grave-looking personage aboYe'm'el D'F i :: '

t' 1" \ Inu3nmolcetcd'fl'tnaa' :Aflc Cw tisual prclinii. bigg hotels.. To'guard. against! tho loss or exchAnge city. She came home, leaving her husband ed opened hi? mouth- and spake: '

y.twin Y be made. pary proceedings they had juit accomplished:the of his new Hile," Mr, P. got a printer to New Orleans, until a suitable tune arrived to "I arrive," said he, Whoa arrives, he arrives: ;

Afi advertisements must bo paid for be- first few dips, when: to their consternation: and strike him off a four-Inch square card, upon make the matter. public. Meantime,the, young' we arrive, you arrive, they arrive.** ; *

disgust, they observed a young gentleman, of an which looked out of the crown of his hat, in bold I gentleman of our city were on the aleart to secure The Englishman whose remark seemed to havo.,
unless
( B, byt regular customer. By
.l* the inquiring turn of mind, sealed on a nctgboring two-line pica, '* the hand of our young<<; widow, and were suggested this mysterious speech, stepped up t* "
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to requisite
J! JlI.ID'I"'"" ; \oar transmitted, with the sum advertiseA4vwtl may rock, and intensely enjoying the scene. Tho,impertinence ASA PARKER, ATTOIWET.AT LAW, CO CORD, SEW lavish of their attentions; no ball, party, or con- the stranger and asked: ;. I '

!4X was aggravated; by tho fact that a HAMPSHIRE. cert, was complete without her presence; being "Did you speak to me, sir?" i

1 tease' emenU not marked with the powerful opcraglass was made the instrument of There is a great rush at Wjllard'a 1 on inauguration very' lively, pretty, .and bountifully, supplied "I,speak," replied the stranger, thou speak-: ,

: required will be continued a more minute inspection of their aquatic evolutions day-indeed there. was perfect jam every with: that article, the love of which is considered est, lie speaks, we speak,you speak they spealt

iasertions i The blushing. out indignant maidens remained I where-and our friend Parker found ,somo difficulty the 'r ot or all evil I,' nothing was lacking to make "How is this?" said the Englishman. "Do
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in the water as long as was consistentwith in getting down to tho dinner table alonagWith her company desirable. After some months, a you mean to insult me?' "
Dollars will bo for
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of candfdates: for office to bo paid comfort and security, in the hope that tho, some of his townsmen. The.dinner was a young gentleman from the South arrived, wooed The other replied: "I insult, thou insultest:, ;

"I .._____ ; stranger would :withdraw and leave them to. at
.. .II.JnllUIIo. Xotkee to Debtors and.Creditor, t $700for least, their nocepsary toilet, when, to their hor hour's sitting, the New Englanders left the tablein Tho father. not liking- that a stranger- whom nobody '"This is too much" said the Englishman.=:- w'F'

ror, he was observed to descend calmly from;: his the merriest mood imaginable., appeared to know, should be introduced as "I will have satisfaction. If yen have any soir-
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for dismissal as Adm ,10 00 elevation, digest; himself of his apparel, and proceed ; 'Now, fUow'said Parker, as they emerged a member of their honorable household without it-with. your rudeness, come along with me." If'

to bathe it) close proximity But ho ,had I from the dinin .room:--\ very one look out'forj having some knowledge of his standing in society, To this defiance the impcrturble stranger replied ;
l'tuW notices for private benefit will bot ,
,. t daaHe the rates of advertising. strangely miscalculated tho i result, for tho spirit'j j his own hat; I'fegot a mark,on mine that nobody hap repeatedly urged his daughter to demand : x r "r

of the maidens: was at last aroused, and they.secretly can mistake.' :' some reference in regard to the matter, but as "I come, thou comcst; he comes, 'we come,
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f. 1, gra- determined on a bold revenge. With an But them was'some sort of a mistake some- she declined, the old gentleman took the duty. yon come, they come." And thereupon he

". AB bps for Job printing,.must be paid appearance of insulted I modesty, theytitniJV where notwithstanding.. It"was some time before upon himself, and asked soma evidence on the arose with great coolness and followed his chal .

ttjba d&very of the work. withdrew from the sea, and, concealing them- I Mr. Parker found his, hat at all, and even subject, but the young man indignantly declined lenger. ,.: I

jtT Alleges on business, and communicaI selves behind. convenient rock, proceeded to 0 then ho labored under tho impression that it had any negotitation with the father. He became In those days, when every gentleman wore a 0' :;! ,

M,jBBst: postpaid, to receive attention.! dress; then, folding up their,bathinggowns, they grown a trifle older since he'I went to dinner. resolute, but the daughter being her own mistress sword, were duels speedily despatched. They: .' i f

rushed upon the garment$ of th:e ge,ntlem art .anti But the placard: was in,the crown, all right, and appointed the day for the nuptials. went into a neighboring alley, and the' Englishman .. 1;" ..

.. r 1 tr e t Sj) 1UJ It t 1: '. bore them off triumph.. The unfortunate man "Asa Parker, Attorney at Law, Concord, New The time arrived, a fashionably company were unsheathing his weapon saldw' his antagonist I !r

4JUO .. ... .. ""' ............_ -_.. .... --............. instantly comprehended lila nn. A succession Hampshire;" started him in the face as he looked gathered together, the minister of one of our : : t

TOY BU8AJT. of shouts and supplications followed the ladies, inside. churches, with prayer-book in hand, was present, "Xow, sir you must fight ate I J

"0Ia! what. is Btnhu-bat a part in their flight, jgrowing fainter: and fainters} As "Attrfghi, fellows!I' said Parker, raising the ready to perform the,ceremony, the happy couple The other replied drawing his sword: "I, ,1-' !;'

Of Htm,whose. radiance flings- the distance increased; while tio! 'gentleman,' tile to his gourd. 'Nothing like making sure of standing up to respond to such questions as fight thou'flghtesl, he fights/we fight, (here he .\ J

A blia o'er each devote I heart, with considerable modesty, remained in th"a.': things when you arc going into a crowd! My are usual on such interesting occasions: whento made a thrust,) you fight, tjfey fight and here y '

j And. tfrr all earth bora thing, ter, evincing great agitation, and imploring restitution hat's safe anyhow.' tho astonishment of all present-the father ina he disarmed his adversary. 1')

'\ at first with stentorian lungs, and subsequently But he only put the hat on the top of his head, very peremptory manner demanded some re- Well," raid: the Englishman, "you have the

Child of the Booth whose birdlike note in animated and appropriate gestures; for it was entirely too small to go on. firence before' he could give his consent to his best of it, and I hope yo /are satisfied."

Of sweetest mladrrlrjr, bait in vain -the insulted maidens were inexora 'What's the matter.,.- Parker enquired one of I drughter's marriage to an entire stranger, The "I am satisfied," saM the original, 'thou art ...

80 ore have cheered my weary soup J ble. As the spot. was very secluded, some hours the party: as the attorney attempted, to pull onthohat' stranger was not discomposed iL! thjjj ast,attbj, .satisBedjJie.Is. ,satisfied,. :wejt" 'satiafi al'xottzrsww"'"s ..w -II
--.... !dog this wet to the*. elapsed 4- bcftire he could make lib oltaation. known. : 1- J request; but quietly taking a document from his satisfied they arc satisfied.1* c "

Wbf'1 thou wert born the snarls cam, At length a grinning? rustic mado his appearance, 'Oh, nothing,' responded Parker, again looking pocket, handed it to the father, saying at the "I ':am glad everybody is satisfied," said the

And kissed thy violet eyes, and informed htm that tho 'twa teddies had left into I, tho hat-'nothing-it's all right, of same time ho hoped that would be satisfactory. Englishman; "but pray leave off quizzing me ia .

Ad softly whimpered in thy ear his cla'es wi' a wench at the grecn, a mild lint,' course Asa Parker, Attorney at Law, Concord, The father was awe-struck. The document was this strange man cr, and tell me what is your .; .' '

: The strains of Paradise whawadna gi', them _back _without ho paid a New Hampshire,*-Certainly; I knew it must a marriage certificate dated in New Orleans obJ'octiiYou have any, in ,doing sot" '
for o' them for be hat.' And again ho attempted to pullthehat some months before 1 Tho for the 't'
pun' taking, care by being a;I'penalty my eighteen I11le worthy grave gentleman now first time became ,
And when thy tool first woke to life, { the toddies The I what '
affronting dookinV :penalty on. divine deemed it unnecessary to repeat intelligible.x .

f. With Heaven-born genius fraught< was paid on the restitution of tho garments, The party around could illy suppress laughterat had been legally done before, and retired as "I am a Dutchman;" said ho "and am tearing 1'1,.i

TboB entljr touched the I lyre,sad sang and The unlucky\ wight quietly, left the village, the comical.motions of the embarrassed law did all the company except the father, bride, your )tan gee I find it very difficult to ratmember '1,
Those strains bjr angels taught
where the joke:was already known, and tho con- yer, but ho did not appear to notice it, and industriously and her husband-who is a very good fellow 0 peculiarities of tho verbs, and my ti

The lyre ....lllIab..d,and then there came, duct of the darasela publicly approved of. The endeavored to make tho hat fit somehow.In and will doubtless make her happy.--;Pitblurgh tutor has/advised me, in order to fix them in my i! f

'-- The words of truth and Ion offender is now suffering from a severe attack of a state of the most absolute bewilderment, he Despatch. mind, M conjugate every English verb, that I 4 l i

From those pare lips that stirred our heart rheumatism." / at length turned to one of the party, and presenting Hurrah for young...widders... '- I hear'8 ken. This I have made I it a rule to '!a. l' :

And raised oar thoughts above. laidlcrom, Blunders the hat, desired him'to tell what name: Don't Be In a 'Harry. I dorr t like to have my plans broken in upon

was in it. The man read 'Asa Parker, Attorney The philosopher of the WilHamsbusgh Daily while they arc in operation, or I would have told
is
'Tbon bast the power sweet fitted one, General knowledge unquestionably necessary .
To the shrinking heart, for the lawyer. Ludicrous mistakes have at.Law, Concord, New Hampshire.1"AUright Time moralizes for the consolation of young la- you of this before." u'-".
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To make the watering one grow firm frequently occurred through the deflcicnces of -afcourse, exclaimed Parker, again dies who want to get married and can't as follows /The Englishmen laughed heartily at this explanation a .
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attempting to pull on the hat, only to his and invited the conjugating Dutchman 1. t
." And with new courage Start some of them in this respect. We have heard ; :- \ .
anecdote somewhere of an eminent barrister 'examining greater bewilderment'Will She stood beside the altar when she was sixteen. / to dine with them. 1 t{.

,' ,Ge w dear Sosaa ia the path I witness in a trial,tho subject which you have the kindness to tell me who I .. She was in love; her destiny rested on tt I "I will dine," replied he, "thou wilt dine, he !! '
*' Of Trmtli seldom trod said he still more perplexed., will dine will dine will dine !
so
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d. was ship. He asked, amongst other questions. am creature in fashionable clothes, with an empty we you they will !,
'" Strong thy heart's own poritr "where the ship i was at a particular time." 'Certainly,' said the man addressed ; you are pocket lie "come of a good family" however, dine, we will all dine together." tl
Thy conscience and thy God. Parker Aattorney at Law of Concord New This did 'and it difficultto
"Oh, replied the witness; "the ship was then Asa and blood, you know, is something. She looked they accordingly ; was !1"

Scene let Ware. In quarantine. Hampshire.' lovely as she pronounced the vow. Think: of avow say whether the Dutchman ate or conjugated ttJ

I; 'IBIbeyear 184-, old man Summerhall and "In Quarantine was she And pray, sir, where 'Of course,' said P. 'Darn it, I knew iL'nd from auburn hair, dark eyes, and pouting with the most perseverance. u.

4 vita their families, were journeying Quarantine!:' he mado no more trial at the hat. lips, only sixteen years old! She stoodbeside 4 Jrt

...... upper part of Ware county to settle In Another instance given by Mr. Chitty, of the It would be very difficult to say whether Mr. tho washtub when her twenty-fifth birth-day A DocBrra. CUAlCZ.When Dr. Franklin's- i'' :
mother-in-law discovered that the :
..... Arriving Warenborengh, Allen Sum- value of general knowledge to the lawyer, is Parker knew himself *a hole in the ground, ahiv 4. The hair, the eyes and 'the/ ips were young man "r
he looked again into the hat had a hankering for her daughter, that good old .
this
came to the conclusion to take Sally worth citing. Ills well known that a judge was about juncture; not calculated! to excite the heart five cross
said she did know well about
not
and read tho inscription and then at his friends; lady so giving t1
.h bk lawful wedded wife. SearchtiumWlr the
.fI"[ and S3 entirely i ignorant of insurance causes' that young ones were about room, some crying,
I...".'pct .-W _s"k nf ifiA dour. ., Y"who hv_" fits waywrN alter Having.been occupied. for six.: : hours in! trying. who still preserved straight faces, and finally' some breaking things, and one urging the immediate her daughter to a printer; there were already two 0" ;
printing offices in the United States and she
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file a humorous chip)procured his license inaction ona policy insurance upongoodsRus- eared. supply of the lacteal secretion. She stop- ;

,a4 ....sted the clerk to marry him. The gia duck)from,Russiahe In his address to the jury, 'Gentlemen,' !said P with intense gravity, 'if I ped in dtspair and sat down, and tears trickled not certain the country would would support them.It for bissupport .1': "
Asa Parker Attorney at Law Concord, New was plain young'Franklin depend
(.td 6b Methodist Discipline swearing complained that no evidence had been given to am 1 down her once plump and ruddy cheeks. Alas 1 II "'
the of and this j
rI and this hat belongs to Asa Parker, on profits a third was .J'.
({ fendedaarrying them the long way, Hampshire, early marriages t the dodge. Better
show how Russia.ducks (mistaking the cloth ot I I Nancy, rather doubtful chance. If such
a an, objectionwas
40 &cfar oxcarts, finding Allen in his that name for the JfrtT) could be damaged by Attorney 'at Law, Concord, New Hampshire, allI enjoy youth at arct d hold, lovers at a to would-be son-in-law when there
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tied around the waist hare to say, is that my head hat welled mat muscle and heart
ptatalooes distance until have '
era sea water, and to what extent" ;you i
were two printing offices In the United States
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j M& a huge pow.whlp under his arm, ,An anecdote has been told of s learned barrister d y aims I vent to dinner. to face the frowning, world and a family.: If a how ail to wife norwhen \
printer hope ,
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It is not told who changed Mr. Parker's card get
...\ very coolpaffiog) a cobpipe.Owk'Take once quoting some Latin verses to a brother chap really cares for y$u he can wait two or tho present shows the number to be 15677' ,

I' ;your pkeea!!' addressing the "wig, who did not appear to understand them. Into somebody else's *hat.< three years, make presents,take you to concerts, 4. a 4Panrutw

.. Allot laid aside his slouched bat and :I "Don't you know the lines!" said ho they are I PBUTT GOOD. The other evening, a gentleman and so on, until the imo comes. Early marriages Orncz Jons.-It is customary In j jI
1d urlaipy$ad13a it her bomtet and pipe. After going XilMarshall I invited I and early cabbages arc tender produc I I
Martial" Benecia to which were
in of gave a party some printing offices, when a particular ,green
i the ceremony unt3 he reached the par.I ,replied his Mend, "Ma.rshILU-oh!I of the tionL. / j .
; I various of the honorable members Legislature I youth commences learning his trade, to make, 1
&; repealed AUea deliberately repeated I know-tbe Marshall who ,wrote on 'underwriting. I Among others was an honorable-'senator THE Errecr or/A TIMELT Aoxosmo}I*.-.An ; him the subject of various joke. He is often sent ;

'the clerk adding to it that he should ." I from one of the mining districts.. In the course Individual who was cheated by a grocer out of.pound a to a neighboring o &ce.for an Imaginary article,

,lt be wood, bring halt the water, and When this anecdote was related to a certain of the evening this honorable senator chanced to of sugar, y that quantity of sand being and wholly original in the minds of those who 4.a

.'iMMt fed baby,* all of which Allen faithfully judge of the Court of Review, he is reported to! be engaged a dance with one of the Cur ones mixed with the; material, put an advertisement perpetrate the jokes. Once upon a time a boy .l a

!t Mn.Ito do. have said, "Why, after an there is not much I of Benecia, who not having been previously honored in the paper/stating that if the rascal who cheated was-sent to K- office for "a quay t of editorial." n

.; HW-V d SaDlf 'Nowyou must repeatfirJKt : difference between an undcrvritier and: a, f1)inorpod with his acquaintance, asked him where he him did pt make restitution by sending him He was sent back with a "Jaclau. This was
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--'. OG must repeat after me! As ArrEcrrao Stonr.-We witnessed a very I 'At Benecia,' 1 his rascality.. The next_ day he received from diately told the boy to go to K- and tell'him

-. oa mest wait tm I begin!P affecting sight yesterday. A girl was; abou 'And how long have you resided' said the Inquisitive nine different grocers, nine seven-pound packages it was the "editorial" they wanted and not the

I :. ,,. & .JJ"mut wait tm,I begin' !I' ':,- crossing Merwin street bridge with a little wagon fair,, one.. of/sugar! Comment, as the newspapers editor. tl 1

I w -'Wslt l W170u1' containing what a casual observer would sup 'About throe years,' was the reply.' sometimes very forcibly say, is needless. .. .

d ,'-11.' ..JWaitJ tell youS'J pose to be a child-a neat little counterpane fold "TB singular I have .never met you before,' played off..ppon asharpnosed A funny story Is going the rounds, about a '
waritlx>oomiog cegr/) Why don't you I ask what is business 1rich joke was recently court doctor who giving testimony against
r ., ed delicately down from the "neck".of the inn said she. ''May your constable in Western ''t*hu **s.He was
concealed blue veil, Pre- beret'? a woman who had her beaten her child most unmercifully -
and Its face by a f
cent had
started out to arrest who o L
w, Whl don't 10U1"&it, I sty? 'Oh said aho.mischievous senator 'I person The doctor oat of all patience with i
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in ascending the bridge, the vehicle unfortunately keep a
sentiy, informed
;:I4 fJlroa don't. wait, d-c you, I'll kill upset, and out rolled the precious birber'g: shop down town.' /escaped at that time pursuit engaged but who in a,neighboring he was corn ,field.was the lawyer'who, had been worrying him with all 1

The danced but minute sorts of questions, turned at last to the jury, and
complained
'J contents, In the shape of -not a "baby, gentle{ lady a more, constable to take him by surprise
wishing
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/ the skin of an alligator r an overcoat, and apiece
,;:te; $ told them was dashed to pieces against a stone. The grief dancing any longer. and sheds opposite when "squatting" he crawled
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BBBMMB i t i _.._.- i-u i ,
The Red Dug III Florida. gland.-, which become swollen from the farewell shot".of musketry1, the.troops retired I I'of California and New Mexico. Witness the brilliant Horlblc Affair -

This Insect is a clumsy bug with beetle wings, tion lymph, and soon .ulcerate'and were marched into quarters; The Masonic | war of 1812. The war with Mexico and its A desperate and deliberate murder was emL I

Mack striped, and a body of scarier color,it is matter of a morbid and varying character. proceeded from the Tombs to the rapid succession of splendid triumphs from first milted in Gasconad county, .
the
from 1-2 inch to 0-8 long, and gets'along more The poison from farcy-buds is carried in 'Church, where monody on the All these Democratic measures. night of the 27th ult, by Stephen nr w
a by running than flying and Is in shape,something blood to all parts of the body, and under was pronounced.But to last were the person of William Farris. The nuSL, ? ,
F1 like the potato bug. it multiplies'very, rapidly 'able circumstances rapidly produces itself.! "the last Lord Marmlon lay not there.- All opposed by the Whig! Who does not re the deceased and.others, had been. M1din

rY and seems to be very lianly/ceither the summers.- :bercles' are formed in all the lymphatic claims not Col. Thompson among tho member that nearly evcrjhVhig in .Congress, ,,du- ; day together at a country fetor .

sun nor the winters frost seems;sufficient to annihilate : din the' substance or tho Jungs. dead who repose beneath her 8oiL- ring the Mexican war had the"brcechen on, hold jculty had occurred between .them in t t.
i it. We learn It,is an insect belonging ,appear on the mucous membrane of the mother's undying love had caused his re- quence of the refusal deceased to plaj
properly,to the sea coast or salts where It is an trils s 'which is attacked on account of its to be transferred to their natal soil The ing back." But l let us go on, there was. ,the TripoliUn of cards proposed by Jlow sere 'on t. -

Fp annual visitor It feeds upon fhe juices and oils ,Yasculrity. Those parts first under groves of Florida scatter not their per- war of 1803, to chastise outrages. upon home Uowser persuaded FarrUto aceteit. .

of the cotton seed and kith i its excrements stains tion which require for their healthy over his pravcr-the fire-fly, with his.en- our rights commenced and finished under the hug to the house of his aunt, who to

e. 9M and materially i injures the quality of the cotton ; the largest amount of blood, Between the lamp, illumines not his last resting place; Democratic administration of JcrrEntsox. "The pave them some supper, of which ( i '

nor if thin the only injury; in the absence of pen symptoms of farcy and glanders, and the his own native"crow ncstM with "its thun- in a friendly man her. After lupper'OYler.*
of MADISON firstresolved
4 bolls it will attack the ten er ones and often so termination of the. disease, avery variable !narks," rises in solitary gran Democratic* administration told his aunt to go ,into another room and

i pierce them as either tin rel1 tarot them jor to intervenes according to the strength or( about it The same majestic Hudson, which upon, and fully completed the chas some bran to feed :the horses. While in !taw fit

make them open badly. Their chief aim seems of the constitution, and tho virulence of murmured the lullaby infantile years, still tisement and humbling of Algiers for outrages room she heard a noise and thought she heard'

to bo the oil of the seed, and no doubt for the malady Whatever impairs the general* in "fancy's car" to chant the requiem our flag. Have the Whig administrations something fall on the floor. As soon as the

most part deposit their eggs in the places; they or in any way vitiates the integrity of the gallant soldier. A plain marble.tablet, with .upon noise had ceased Howser came to the; doer '
have pierced in the seed j tem, may be regarded as a cause of ;. and other appropriate military emblems, ever resented insults to our flag The treatment ordered her to come out ,,She then went into and

; They appeared in tJ1 1l'filPIJ"3' years agq and It follows colds, influenzas, diabetes, and within the enclosure at German Flats, .on of our mail steamers in Havana tells. a tale" ; so the room,,and seeing Farris murdered, she na

'w did considerable injury to tije cotton crops ; especially all o her debilitating aO'ectlonlllncldent to left side of the entrance, and half embowder- docs Consul OWE. :' letter of excuse for his conduct to the bed and caught up a child m't arms

;" e { those thai were not. kept up with inpickingJUstyeai shelters, overwork, and insufficient food. in a bed of roSes marks the spot consecrated in Cuba. Stall we' proceed with the proudlist when Howser ordered] her to walk before him 10,

there,.was.but few of them all other..diseases that mark theprematurc valor and maternal affecton.A his grandmother's Mrs. Wyatts, some half m3-
to be found and ihtj t year we.have heard of none, vital power, farcy and glanders are much cenotaph upon tho"bank or the river,and of what the Democratic party have done.3r. .- distant;;'whereihe'armed himself; i6Vaft4fe3Sjg i.

but what we Have seen fn the seed pile at our gin prevented than cured. When from any : the plain below the burial ground, which was JEFFEHSOS was tho great pioneer of the sys ting a pledge from the women not to tell ids fong

1 1r house. These,evidently were hatched out of the the glands mucous or serious membranes by his Regiment records the virtues of tem of FHEC TRADE letieeen the State and for as they could avoid it he left oh bore cft.

r l seed pile. We have had them,! destroyed every animal become inflamed, while its general twin brothers of tho war, Dade and his little tho United States the first\of which has done so Farris was most brutally murdered- his. throat

two of three,,weeks, dtncaj finding them which and constitution,are yet unimpaired, tho, of Spartans at tho Thcrmopylto of Florida of was cut from car to car, and his body stable"
and
was not until the bugs were full growp, and had lent, or aqueous secretions that may ensue, as much to develope the resources greatness eleven places either of which wounds, It|1-'na

LbBU.produced. . crop... .. i colds sr common. ,.. distempers, are of ft each, cultivating fraternal relations and strength posed, would have caused death. t
d n tbi4, nature; and u ey"scne to work of the THE ANCIENT I CITY., ening the bonds of the confederacy His genius ...... .
jl llto r. 4 results ONE YEAR or WAU. Tho Washington '
-
n !n a.u and ,
almost i invariably shot ahead.of his coterapoiaries. -
.. atntainhtbe stamina a lie in an article upon the question, "Wfll the .
3b they prpy #.bo ut '.' yf t ud th D In full ,t..:r Irn as .I..I't&DaU) .: .','! He was the .BEAT wiooiwsmt awl truIf be War?" makes the following statement rctwet- .'?, ,',

Appeared, and were not seen again In fifteen, .)fecflof'impoitancc ; for the principal applies are we proud of him as th patriarch clout: ing the financial cost of war to England dorfeg%"j':. ;

We consider them as having passe4 away persons as well as toTxasts iriU'1 :* 'party. 'single -IHa1.1. ,.."To '
for the time. care and protection, avoiding all extremes, reminded of It the Republican In the year 1813; England maintainedsailors '
Without by
W> think ino seed piles should bo left exposedat unnecessary exposure, and feeding ; being and marines 237,000rttgnlrs.: '
the.gin houses, and when they have prevailed that th} o system may never be surfeited by we are cognizant of the fact, that militia,' 63,000 yeoman cavalry, add -

one year, the next year the stalks should,all be excess of nutrient matter in tho digestive and there is no inconsiderable garrison of Whigs dians and Colonial armies, She had a

burned; the seed intended for manure composted similated organs, and never weakened by a [fogies of course] holding out against the progresr million of men under arnvs. ShQ.had 1003 1tS-
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before using! and the seed I intended for planting ciency' of the same, are the cardinal points in balm to Whig for scls of which C44 were commisson; 99 rrrr
rolled in umeached ashes. And when they are imal physiology to be kept constantly in or FEDERAL RIG UTS AND DETERMINED sire spirit of the ajre. As a I ships of the line. The army costs ,OOOlooa.

first discovered nothing would pay better than i All infected animals should be removed | RESISTANCE TO ALL WHO OPPOSE TUEJf.ST 1 tune, and as a salvo to obstinacy, we will call it Tho navy estimates were :22,000,000 raehvfag

runntnz over the fields and killing them. "A those.still undiseased, 1 lest the exhalation! ,. I a brave garrison as it, continues pulling back, ten million "advanced to the Contioenal States it

stitch in time''saves nine ;" but we think a bug the former and perhaps direct contact, AUQUST'INE I : .' i usling and fighting against the,growing convictions Tho total war expense of the year, 1813 wu .
initiate,would destroy thousands. We have Renown nicate the distemper to the latter. more than five hundred million dollars! Such

4P planters in Alabama to employ their force; profitably L Saturday, August 20th 1853.I5f 1 of "the rest of mankind. was the cost of a war fought for maintain* firf -

in killing the boll-worm, which wasi much From the [clack River((3. C.) Watchman. The great characteristic of the,age is to move'on national interests of England,and which brgb.

harder 1 "I to find but. more destructive to th+ crop. The Late Col. Alex. WE would respectfully notify those of move on-' o.. of all kinds, whether conservative no other acnuLstion than. "peace. and security. ,

1" [Fia. Jf ror. 11. i. In fun try. friends who are indebted to us either for ;Whigs,young Whigs,-half Whigs-or A FEMALE SULOR.-4\, schooner bdonginj- td t

? 'On.Feeding Horsed and Preveuthi I And Ardenn' wares above them her green or'advertising, that we will in the fogy Whigsmust y ield-arc yielding;;-3love onis, Harwich came into Salem harbor one oar t& ;
Dewy with nntnre't tear dropsif' $ t and that who weekwith female hclms' who ,
P jGlaflder and of the week their accounts he motto of the lOthcentury, party a -nian performed
.1;< & Farcy E'er weeps o'er the unretnrning brave."-Byron.On coming present the duty with much and
resists it wilLba to get what Pat promised a* grace apparent tuJ,
sure
.
A distinguished veterinary surgeon, Professor\, the 26th of December, 1836, Cot settlements. There are many we regret to I' as could any veteran tar. Wce understand that
Dun, of the.Edinburgh Veterinary College, calls ,at the head of detachment of about 500 ,who have not made a settlement since we the 1:1.g "a .lammin for hit WM&/OUI/MM',' she has been in the habit of going to sea with her
attention to the following errors in the (dieting 'KOOBESS is tIlO watchward of tho Democraticparty i husband who LJ and commander
composed of parts of the 1st, 4th and 6th commenced the ANCIENT CITY. The a- owner of (&he
of farm'horses, which are not lcs$ common in ments U. S. Infantry, with some Missouri small its motto Intelligence applied to self-gov vessel, and that during'any t
this than in Scotland. 1st Much though individually are con
country too very '
"
unteers, encountered about 700 Indians is sition of her uorser half tcm1OraI'1S' ,
of
ernment The stronger
long an.interval is allowed intervene between Alligator, Sam Jones and Co-a-coo-chc on in tho aggregate, and important to us. philosophy progress ties in a manner &

I the time feeding. Horaca are frequently work banks of the 0-ke-cho-beo lake. The battle hope all will jprepaml to settle prompt- than new-fashioned whiggery ; its votaries do especially "the owners:" Such a woman 1 a
ed six consecutive hours during which time they honor to the PBOTEcrisa cuts or TUE CossrrrcTIOX '4
? sought by tho Indians. Tho day before the worthy helpmoot.-&k11l. l'luman.
receive no food whatever. This has .
i practice gagement t Col. Taylor received challenge when they gather and conquer at tho polls, '
been Sound by experience to bo prejudicial to Alligator, telling him where he would find Agents for the Ancient election. To Jaucbo2y. aid Stranja. ,
their health inducing and City. as they should do at every rally,
dehUity predisposing and daring him to come on. Cot Taylor We are once more .remiodcd of the. terrible
them to diseases of tho digestive s steiu. The Messrs. BISDEE CAXOVA, Jacksonville.Maj. come up, invite neighbor, and tote at all
I ing nothing better, immediately advanced your collision of April last near our city, by the H-
natural habits and organs of the horses alike rapid march to tho expected battleground Join BEARD, Tallahassee. election is the true, and only way to sustainpeaceably lowing bnefjut.mclancholy; statements. tt wills

the prove smallness that bo of is his not stomach designed indicates' for long the fasts; as ful lest the wily Indian might change his R, T. Born, Esq. Pilatka.2T and triumphantly, and properly the be remembered that in the list ofthe o
of it with nece* The Indians occupied a strong position in a The abov .namccJ gcntlcmcn'arc a thor- Democratic Banner. recorded four unknown persons a man, woman.
small
city supplying comparatively covered front small stream ] and two lads of about eleven and fifteen oC
swamp, in by a s ... years
of at to for >
receipt
quantities aliment short 'intervals. us.
: When
dered almost. impassable by .quicksand NTs authorized to state that 13t. Lt. age, and they were buried without being reconizcd
.
at liberty, he cats during twenty four hours.- ( r arc
Col. Taylor pushed through the with no friend to follow them to the .
This natural habit be swamp HAKDEE U. S. A. will remain in this grate
may modified. but pains NEW SPEAKER ST. JOHXS.WE Col. city-du-
quicksands in .the face of a deadly fire and no i.iCriptiolbe written above them bat .
should be taken not to run into the opposite ex concealed foe, driving the Indians from are glad to perceive by the last Savannah. I ring the month August, where he will pay any the ad one of the "unknown." It will ba remembered -

the treme.day ,A horse the farm or mule should,when have at work f through l fastnesses. The action was long and severe that this boat is completed, and that she certificates issued hi favor of the men belonging also, that an infant! very neatly dressed ]
on
food every 'five hours, at the outside some, i if nutritious the purpose Indians yielding .the ground'inch by inch, make her first.ip-an excursion trip. She to the Companies of Cats Sf.\IlEZ PIIICE and was taken, uninjured from the ruins, but found .
then only at the point .of the bayonet itself among strangers,;, without one to claim or
Is not to impair his constitutional powers.WhentfrplowJteata'is leave Savannah on Thursday the 2oth inst., n sit. '
three hours of bloody contest, they were even recognize- It naturally excited the sym
.. taken early in the morning, and pursued with great slaughter until at tho usual landings on the route to patliics of many of our citizen*, rid was kiaiy

T'i..ahjlyxnected :to,work till noon .before: I regular .Thqwas the last stand ever made by tho and rcturningVill visit our Ancient City. YELLOW FEVER. cared for and nursed in one of our most respectable .

fee ng"Itfilii nrmers thejpres4nrpractice. ofthe lestScotch dians in a J rge body, and the 'only >! have not received instructions to advertise Br reference the Savannah ..Geol'fJianVa (amllic t A cow was also on board the r
to gfv each horse lunch
ofa '
?; which; they voluntarily gave battle Though after"a! perceive that ship John -&t mint iir tram iuw train, for vrhveh no "coaltlba found. It ns "
of oat meal bean flake St Johns have been
pound or more or meal be although -we informed 1
tweenniness4 ten o'clock. ,Some Taylor. was victorious, yet was it at'the Orleans, bound for Bordeaux wits bOanlcd by the feared that all these might belong; to ono family, ,
; prefer) to mix of {(ore than a fourth of his command. the Agents at Jacksonville and Capt FUEE- and afD long! continued and Cuthful extrtiont
oat and beat meal which is Revenue Cutter Hamilton while off Tybce on
or wet with waterand
pea sixth to that would do such has been found to bo tho The dares
Regiment, according one account, ", they so in due season. Sev ; ease. i
"fired" or backed; the cooking enables tho Sunday evening last There were two cases of
annihilated the dead bodies their tigiition has also elicited tho fcct
digestive to render the nutritive elements nearly of ra1! of our citizens his called on us for informa following sad ,
organs ceased comrades furnishing (if not as at the yellow fever on board. During the day the Captain that another young man who was killed, about
.t once available for the support of the exactions but we have referred them to the notices ,
t of labor; Dr. Dun is acquainted with several of St John d'Acre, a ghastly revetment of ALEXANDER HAVENS,of Portmouth, had died seventeen years of age; and supposed to be lie.MLsncr .
; i have in the above
less efficient and seen papers. from card
in with
his
4 sea) a no melancholy a found pocket
.farmers who gives these cakes whenever tho I of the sam and was buried on shore. Three of
equipage, over which tho gallant survivors this nanw upon it was,also one of the son*. The
tsls work them is severe that and their the horses hours, long,win and much all of vanced to reach the enemy ; and realizing SJlJlLL POTATOES.WE the crew and ono passenger' had died previously.An name, of the family was K Uog They were

better health agree and condition and are less no urably, by a species military synchronism have been inform by ono of our subscri- officer and six men were promptly supplied I moving from Ne\r York to Minnesota, wither

attacked by Indigestion and colic than frequently they memorable and unparalleled here, that our paper cannot be found an hour from the Cutter, and the vessel run in Cockspur two older sons had gone, and I leaving behind
were cBridgewater
44 mado by Gen. Millar at 'of full
when ubjected to protracted abstinence, and net having been left in his citalluhmcnt by our Roads, where she now lies at anchorLookout daughter age. Tueso three remaining
f' covered him and his noble regiment with member bl'the family have been hero, hare reclaimed
without Sd. Food any intermediate,meal.on account ding, never-dying laurels. Col, Another person informs us that tho in for this dreadful disease. Charleston their i infant sister awl visited the gram
maybe of
uahtity excess of nutritivencss improper or bad over. the 6th infantry, and Cot Gentry; of the}[ whom we suspect of being guilty of this was visited lat year. We trust however, of their parents and three others. This is t tri!
1
gnauty.1)y -
taking too large a quantity of food Into tho ri Volunteers, fell at the head of the offence, has boasted of having'pruscrved a that our Atlantic Ports may be. spared.Solar saddest tile of all connected; with this memora-' .
Von Sworingen and Ueuts. Brooks '
CaptaIn bio and heartrending catastrophe. IU rceonl
"
stomach at once the (immediate bad consequences file of the "Ancient City, although he i
Carter also pupils of the Military ,Academy will live in families
be yrind colic fcflamation of the Eclipse In 1851. -- sonw througU more than OMgeneration.
may bowels David Monica, the son of's Creek warrior not a subscriber. Wo think that he will aban-
and the membranes On the 2Gth! of next there will .-Chicago Tribune.
surrounding founder and Friday, May
a protege of Gen. Jackson, by whoso the ''grab'gamo" in future, and should he .
occasionally, the swelling food eaten dry, tune be an eclipse of tho sun which will bo more or 'Fro
had obtained a Cadet's warrant, and who a complete file to refer to for the n The N.Y.Troth-teller.TheAdialuItraIlou..Itta .
of the stomach ,
sea a intestines. Ananimal purpose
rupture
graduated at West Point, were also among less visible in all parts of the United States and Eucml2le'Vilo
scantily fed from: day to day sometimes corretpondiny, he can find'it i in our Office. .
slain. Canada and in a portion of both will be annular. are tho enemies of tho new adminUtn-
I Ia Ibl I geU loose ;and finds access to a bag or bin ograin f .
whole Cot
During the engagement, Its bon Can any ono answer this question! If
and being hungry, gorges himself_almostto "THAT LETTER. commencement in the city of Washington will
mataed
on horseback passing from not-have we not been fighting with shadow
suffocation and out;of or aUreasoVo a oaa servant may have feed to excess point cheering on his men. to tho conflict A. CORRESPONDENT of the Jacksonville' RcpubU- be at 4h.20m.in tho afternoon,its greatest obscuration The Boston Post, 000"or the ablest Demicrafe ,

wondered, .why grain' or water taken frequently into the at every moment exposed to the deadly n seems riled because we thought proper to at 5h. 18m. and its end at Ch. 27m. As journal in the country, has an article on this i

stomach ofa horse should so immediately affect rifle and comment upon the political.doctrines the apparent diameter of tho moon will be a little subject which is fall of sound sense and practical !

his feet, producing the Jnfiamation called lamini- communication Mr. Poinsett, then Secretary of War, in a Whig letter, on the,subject of an "Elective less than the sun, the eclipse cannot be total any truth. Read for instance, this paragraph--
to rendered
Congress, Speaking the of tha Administration
tii mOO state of the "Policy
r-ans; extreme vascular praise to all engaged in the sanguinary and at the same time promulgate .a where. The Cincinnati Almanac says the editor : '
ihcmbraho lamina of the hoot; Let says ,
us see if : The.brtvet. commission of Brigadier General Democratic.doctrine. We never use "The ring will be about om,third of v
we can get at tho philosophy of a common fountuer. per only digit "The assailants of tho President, who are endeavoring i'
A translation of a positive.disease from ono conferred upon CoL Taylor, and the chief and hope never to object to 'any ones wide, and will be visible only in the vicinity where to wound him under the mask,efftoiHil */-

porgy o/,the system to another by what Doctors mand in Florida, which 1) he resit1cd'in & nding in'tho best manner they [can. the the line of central eclipse pa ses. The eclipse is regard, while they seek to shake the confidence "'
ter four or five arduous indefatigable central in longitude 73 dcg. 53 west Greenwich
years f of of the
caftmetatai is but country in the wisdom official coo' t
common horse
enough a of their ,
i ; vice in the and hammocks of Party, Mean personal latitui nortt
44 14 -
jr deg. and in
&
may bo foundered where there is no positive disorder swamps ; longitude duct,wear too thin a veil to deceive the Democratic ;
in tha digestive organs,and only an unnatural The burial of Major JL L. Dado's mart nsin tions l lugging in innocent parties is deg. 35 west, latitude 41 deg. 10 north. 'By finding party as to their real motive, viz: to breakdown :

irritation worn the presence of water or food. band and the oifrerasndaotdiea.whohad honorable political warfare. We these positions 'upon a map, and drawing a &n Administration they cannot cootrpL-
in Florida occurred,at St Augustine the line from one to the other, the towns and countries Disappointed ambition faction
improperly taken --into tho stomach. ,Tho exercise the 20th of' could discover that any good could result ,personal enmity, ,
which he day proceeding August 1845. through which the central cclipsq passes will discontented spirits do their utmost to grate
asdheatiug'to
has. may
} been subjected such It
indicates
solemn and interesting an event excited course., a low. .standard be readily discovered. The the
of
annular
i bet
sop tho path \ify malicious treasonable *
highway or fel&ewhcrc, have brought the thijir purpOoC ,
the citizens of the liveliest morals.. In ,
feeling and'sym our comment this letter eclipse will be about hundred
e ''Yascttkrond the hoof into a.condition upon we one miles wide,and they will only inherit the,, fate of their brother
ap n4er52w1thin before eith- and afforded them'an opportunity} i joining aid nothing against the writer as a citizen, neith' extend about fifty miles each aida of the line we who swung from his own gallows and fell etc <
the the satisfaction
rwfter or The antecedent mingling military their tears heartfelt in unIson'' with those of are we inclined to., It was a.fair comment have described. The annular eclipse will. move 'time to the evils they contrive foroUacr*. .
hard orvix5e of the feet U'a material bet in, the Apolitical sentiments about ono hundred miles per minute.' people of this country will sustain the zesi
therein
; had assembled to their last sad expressed.
cast? for without previous driving, and too often ,' pay w"The first time this eclipse ever occurred was efforts of their President to confer peace* JboieM
love to their fallen comrades. At half making this' comment, we carefully avoided in 1313 July 2 since then'it has
very bard driving art aoute, founder is seldom ; returned thirty prosperity on the land, and will protect his;,
seen. A sudden -snick U inflicted on the nervous o'clock a gun was fired from or the any thing,that could be even extorted one times, including its return next year. It occurred ministration against the attacks or the stet ahead

.' system in the tomichwlilcb is sound and front under of command t.he,Green of by Lieut a detail Churchill of the 3d personality. We ve willing to allow the in April 1800, in May 1818, and in May, sorded who regard the gratification of their if.-

i its force shatters,first, not dire sound stomach. Mayor and Council, the' Masonic of this letter [although we may differ with 1838. It will return again in June, 18 2. Its: dividual wishes as,the chief purposes of thsT? "
Fraternity last
bat the betted enfeebled and infiamed return will be in the year 2393 August 17th. ,1
partially cmmcnt."
,
i St Augustine City Guards Cat P. R. in and
( L politicks
feet which are connected 'with the stomach by 1 ] our whig friends generally The.next solar eclipse that will attract much attention w
'
abundant nerves. the fact ofa horse bo,covercdjirftt I arrival proceeded ot the to the remains.Sebastian After Bridge brief to much Jove of country as we claim for1'our in this country will be in 1838, March Aa EstraordtuarrDavid > Ua4. .

) water this revultion.frpm the stomach to I the waft of music a IYe with.. ,abundance of personal respectability, 15th.SCRCICALOpiuATrox.Dr.." Wilson an old revolutionary oiaier,
the the hoofs seldom occurs to ah inju melancholly military ,was and' ..L and a native of New Jersey, died ,after short
in the distance-the burnished of worfh--notwithstanding this bee '
'' glare two
D. S. Branion '
WniSr This brief explanation Indicates of illness in Dearborn county, Indiana,' m Aap' '
the of bleeding, and letting a recently weapons was reflected from the deep v and publish! that the pbHtcal creed of the this place, performed a surgical operation on the 1833,'aged one hundred and $tae>L yean, -
the
and the .
foundered horse stand in a stream of water to .stars forest and stripes waggons,dl covered that with or conservatives,'or whatever else they 5th mat in removing calculi from the bladder months,and ten day Ha had at diSereot ,
/cool his feet Give him containing I'Cm from time The patient was some thirty-five of nods of his life wives andiat time of,
rest,and physic. Prop- the honored dead moved ve to time been called have missed years age, ,flee the*
slowjy onward It and the
er feeding implies the use of neither too much indeed a brilliantra melancholy 'the great points, that makeup national stone formed the size ofa small hen egg. death, was the, father of forty-tew efcflorenl
nor too little grain, and a due'proporti of hay, spectacle. our which was crushed by tho forceps in removing it While residing in Pensyivanla, near the old Bed-
arriving at the Public Square the and
co d-bladesl, shucks, straW', vines, brother ed to the and cortege renown. That dwelling upon Dr. B. thinks it would have weighed some two stone Fort, his wife gave birth to>*; tlUJlfA
foragi which better be cut before% it is consumed continued right down St Francis proceeded when up George in connection with this letter and the article and a half ounces, if it could have been taken out .in eleven months! This extraordinary IDIDt

If this forage Is sound bright/and was harvested Merino st it was halted at st, movie the Republican we are unavicdably reminded whole,oral' )the particles collected, The patient when in his OM hundred and fourth jeer,yOYtII

at the right time, leas grain will suffice to for interment, -the garden thejraot of St Francis the acts.of the Democratic party We,remarked Mr.well.Wm.It B. Barwick, Is, we 1 learn, doing very one week r for Esq.Pendleton'ci : toil county
.keep horses in %. good condition. Where one racks. The procession under the orders has been about three Y eras since, the Ohio about two miles from Cincinnati, daring'which
has neither bay blades, of progress"tho; strength and thogloryof patient first become troubled
nor our hOOTl
r.traw much jor-Betknap 8th Infantry since with iL-Qlo. he mowed one-acre per day tJt
;are Mould be bad J less d' -nutritive' ( brevetted ,had been the work Watchman. *
Wy like adder General for his gallant bearing at Palo of the liem gcnt. timothy grass. He WM about fire,feet six nffc I
c nvprodace eruptions on tha skin enlargement ofvOliver and Resaca de la Palms) The escort,' party. That tho PEOPLE had repeatedly ae- A Max in height His frame was not tappcttod b1

!: J ellow water, and other maladies) If command of Capt Walter G-_. of the ;tt themselves of ignorance in HID Flier Hion. A giant, nearly rUn as the frames of ordinary men. ate, bt III
.. ,,no other,bulky) .forage, tribe had horses should Regimen; a graduate'of the Military, ArJUl and governmental i feet in height, is shortly expected to arrive apparently solid slwet.of bone supplied their$**
havo brows trith t 'Iheir grain to aid in distending and since President of the- Richmond proved to the world their coinpc- mMadnd. He is.native of IAChar, in the pro ,He could holdup his hands In a verfi"poeitdon,

4:di stomach and intestines; for bulk Is ah impor- Company. Lieut A, T, Lee,acting ;!: to elect! their ofiScers- Judges, not except- vince of Grenada,and is only twenty-three'years and recelvb ft bloWft the fist'of a p aI
Adju
< taut btomt bopltby digestion.Glanden ., : That the highest trusts of age. He eats as much as five walks witl t
.. -t The remains having been .removed devolving upon ap- men, w;th man, on tha lateral portion of his body, ..
:11. harea'omamcn : ; was> extreme rapidity, and has been twice :married inconveniencCL He c .
and-Jbrey wagonsamid the firing of minute guns, tb gu an every day. buSbies:witb the but both wives servedthroughoaVtrevolution :
peo
.,;ihe Tinted. fM of the,Woo< .*nd fcro r dat sembled multitude was addressed by the Her. '. is are dea& His object in Tisiting under lien Washington was cus

oat 1.,diSereatf Uges ofa progressive 'disorder. Waters of the;Catholic Church, with great ple.The article I in i! beau Madrid, to demand the hand of a female of neat' in most ofhe Indian wars aiQce, and !
,As induced by bsuffldent or bad food tarry as ty.and eloquence., Tie A>lemn office of the the BepuWean hot' only whojkeeps coffee house.. He t des companion of Msarioq4dgeis, and et-y
f uAti r'appears'first,':aid' mat continue some, copal Church was read: by.John.;Beard } us of this,' but has Involuntarily:driven; child to as m-BQ great a coWard that he will,'* ovf other.distinguished' early pioneers **;(aarr

limo ,before any symptoaf 'tanderi "present and a concluding prayer offered up by the to I'Wapltul t8. .
themselves Farcy is characterized as an unhealthy Henry Axtoll The remains were then p ,.by the Democratic r d r assured,that.thia'fcicved a4eot Is N\--t."wR'e': .
infhunation of the absorbent vessels'and in i vaults prepared. for their reception, and of Louisiana-of party witnesV the ar.A lightning rod mamufac fury in Massachusetts it'from ,4IU'r 'A'leunidei n ?, \ '

Florida-of Texas was .trade by lightning a few days Madison, who i is the/4Jrti-ftftA- C sub'
space, and set on fire. JII
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"8 "f 'a' li'Y.J"4* .;14 : Hall Arrangements I" : ', PICOLATA FJBBBY. :!.I',' ;' ::. of it to any physlcian \i.c'1,f l'di p /

bj ttiIfluLran An old trader 'among the Northern Indians 1 From Picolata 18 miles Jisunoe to St. Augustine iU1tRENCthe; po'prl toY' (this to tea\thete tlalms-1,In::a adenti c.: and 'professionalmanner. ,. .
ft &**f fl isanfc cfjcHercTT !- rho( had come years ago established himself on ; _Mondays and Thursdays 11 A. M.| D. ferry, has procured an entire new set of / 't .. -v< yBeina : :'. :

'year. fctewteiCafee. the Wisseva tells A good story with A moral DcrAKT*.-Sundays and Wednesdays 19 of.a Boats and,conltut1, keeps a' sufficIent number of familiar with three (acts ia relation to the. .' ; .
fee physicians iit worth fcecolteting, about his fist trial of trading Sutunda"nd and Wednesdavs'l A. M hands to pass travellers of every description across use Hollaad Gin as a iheaidneiami-ly:first, that, :.
&eeelaren ju4 killed I when pare it is absolutely invaluable, and not lobe .
mth his red customers.. The Indians, who evllenUy jhe St.Sohus River without delay. .
4A&, 'lIeeYftItMtprcI.. a wanted goods, and had both money 1'iEWALWW'ISEMENTKWU'Iead&c.. The road from St. Augustine to Newnansville exchanged for say other rrmedrknowa to the pro.. .
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__ Jnloa. Families of modcrwe -' (which (hey call shune ah)and furs flocked about 1 well repaired and by the attention of Met**?; Morten (et ion in many complaints. acute and chronic; '. \

fhwn ten to twenty-five I Ii tiis store, and examined his goods' but for sometime Sparkman goodrepair.and others' it will .be constantly kept in' secondly tented liqpors I that amid with the which mahitade thk country of ill made abooada or adul a* .' '

Zi bought nothing. finally, their chief;,with 25 Kefrs White Lea.I,'Unwed OilTurpentine, Persons travelling between Tallahassee and ,Su pure Hslland Gin is scarcely to be obtained a.t any I
a' Farmer. large body of his (followers, tinted him and 'Varnish Uiherage,Coperts,Verdigrb,Green black Augustine by passing through. Picolata instead ,of price and thirdly, that the radical IinprnjIesoany

b&cbcngagedjnthebus.hve accosted-him, with -IIow do Thomas show me red and yellow pain'schrome green,yellow and red. Jacksonville or tka."m Bare more than thirty! inferior or rpnriova gin consist,first of the bydrate4,
jearx, tula us that for- ItO I take 4 yards calico, three coonskins j brimrstone sulphur, glue. indigo. miles and find a much belter Road. oxide of Amyl, a poU moos oil. more commonly ,
1 purchase three or four small for yards pay you b.r'mb.r-t "| be re-' August 20. ., D. E.CARR.. There are now permanent bindings on both sides- known Potato spirit louse oil,or AmlUc Aleo1 I
for A 3oar'* supply to *country ciercd his goods and left. Next day, he returned of the ferry for the accommodation of travellers. hoi ;and secondly, of the heavier of the two essential -
,_ now they purchase more than with his.whole band blankets stuffed with .Beans, Hams, fla' ou. D.J.DUBllENCE. oils of Junior, instead of the tighter-whkh hnpurities -, .. "

M tttski, weighing six or eight bunFastli. coonskins. "American man. I pay now;"with JUST RECEIVED annelot of White Beans, July 9ih, 1853. usually result from the mercenary system of '.
Large quantities are used inmconto1zndotwMch this he begun counting out the skins, jintfl he !., Baco Lard, Butter, Crackrrs. Cheese excessive destination fthe materials employed .'
"'" bad handed over twelve Then,after a riomeut's dried apples, Vermicelli, te B. E.'CAHR. Notice. resolve to accept of Mr. Udolpho Wolfe's challenge. r

k should t&lce its place there, pause, he offered the {trader one morel! remarking August 20. Ij j I persona having demands sgaiast the.Estate .and put his Schkdau ,Aromatic Schnapps" the :
ALL
t are in the habit of adding little as he did, "That>It." "I handed ft back," John Carraras deceased, are hereby called test of rigid anallysis. And I wa*iaduced to do this .
+I it kJntU of pastry. Wo are infte said the trader, "telling' him he owed but twelve iTiEcnANJa, IlfFClfTOBS AND upon to present them without delay to the und'Tsiga- notwithstanding the proprietor'. long standing and .'. ".
remarks quoted above hare and I would not cheat mm.. ";. We continued toPass .I.IJ1. (..C7:11RB as. ed Adap tistrater.ftnd|ersons .1iem. We do not know how f are required to miske'pa'men' without delay to.the I rh-of gin,above that of every other spirituous Cqnor I .
it back .,
? and forth, hone! asserting that '130. In. Splendid pzlzes. $450.VOLU11EIX subscriber. ?'employed,1 in medical praclke,.is of the mod
I rrfisjcrstasmaybe ncutralixbd l>y Af it belonged to, the .other. At last he
appeared vital to the inasmuch k .
community
of the Scisirnric AMXSICAX com RICHARD CARRARAS. Admr. consequence II e
after iflttttsnce*, tuted & fodd, bat it to.bo satisfied;rave mo a scrutinizing look placed subject to two distlncl I e
17ih of September. It i chiefly St. Augustine June 25th; 1853 Bwks. causes pernicious imp -
t by the chemist, and should bo the akin within'the folds of his blanket, stepped devoted theadrancement the interests o.ilechaa. ) .my, namely the,inferior oil of Juniper, as well as .

MIithe$people to the door and gave a yell and cried with a ice./*"* r', Manufacture,and Farmer,bv the Bounty Laud Warrants ". the Fousel oil Il found, moreover, the "Aromatic )
J Wood that is burnt to ashes. loud voice: ."Come come, and trade with the diffusion of useful knowledge upon these important SUBSCRIBER will in MIA the high Schnapps" strongly reeomendef by a physician'and
JJTC U the result Lye;is pole face, he no cheat Indian; his heart big." branches. It is edited by men practically skilled lathe THE market price for Land pay Warrants. writer of no less influence than Dr. D. II,Reeee.'cf .' \

ffe bflOing-Mftck Bait are the redto He-then turned to me and said "You take that arts and tcieDc .IDd is widely regarded as a. i. M. a JBIDREU. .. the New York Medical 1 Gazette, and br many of ./ 4I
-w 1 undergo A purification by fire, skinI tell Indian no trade with you-drive yon sound and able journal. Nearly all the valuable St. June 80 1853.. the most eminent numbers of t > professkm.'who I, I

of commerce U obtained. By off like do -but now you Indian's (friend and patents which !iuue weekly from the patent office Augustine. had no reason to support bad obtained any other

_- _tw*change the potash into pearrftt we yearn." Before sundown I was waist deep in ate ilustrated with engravings, and the claims ofall ,the Lnundrou.-Starcb jwliab br than empiracle evidence of iu pLarmaeevika|purity J

tills Into tacks, and placo them i furs and loaded down with cash. So I lost nothing the patents are published ira colujius; thus For with atareJi-will give.linen a and tame 1 r.oI $"IO, IOnUmedIeItue'n J '

j "" wash-tab, where the fcrmonta- l by my honesty." I ITHB making the piper a 'perfect senti6tf;ind mechani I.bcautu1lyor, g? sppearaoc common i. '* f:: PPARJftutteruanis !": ',r uItifiy i Iep %I..ttb[nvestfjaiIonvhethejibiy''ipke \lb qI1c ,jrgfihe proved ,

the pcarkshlyoand ,' -14'4. encyclopedia for futcr 'a'a;wtU*rj>rMrnl refer -f ;
t- ,ronble or oiherwl to \\ltaracter of.the artlcl. .
being The Scientific American livery estensirely
I ea e. &c.PhokeIrtteam. and the Int'rest ofila
HKwnr or CnlcAoo.-.tanv trafficker InGmaIfte proprietor.
1t circulated its clreuln twailatt*JastVoIume exceedinglBJOOO ,
3. If ARR, 'hose results follows first for }
wishes A hero for A fashionable dish of ( areas i Searching
Mlt8 ; copies per ik. It is la form for bindIng
literature him. On --- ------ --- the Oil, Junioer.. .. bv distillation.__ ______._ obtained, an oiL .. -
we can Lake Chicago -- 0 -- ---- --
supply contains -
each volume several hundred
Rtomach bear and engravings I '
i question for the &lcmWsTypesaudTypos. reis there are number r of small and lovely island, ; aad overtbur hundred paces of reading matter I TO THE PHYSICIANS OF: ? TBET.drJS I. from two quarts <>f |he liquid, whose specific fravity -
:- was,832,and whose boiling point 313 degrees
varying from forty acres, lying high above the with an index. The practical receipt alone '
FLO RS&A. did successive
clear waters and display ing a level surface beautifully are worth to any family l much more than the sub OF nor redutilhiiiqn yieldanyoiofgreai.er
I SCIIIEDAX gravity, or of any other kind whatev r. The
WOLFS CELEBRATED AR01(4
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wooded with
and lindens. '
maples Upon ecription i price. z
same quantity of common Holland Gin so called! .
: TIC SCHNAPPS:
one of-these smallest Islands a man has The publishers offer the following valuable
young I yielded an excessive amont, by redistillation,of oil
..difficulty with typo setters U 'ingllffiT resided alone, BO kr a$ human companionship is prizes for the largest list of subscribers sent in RIEEMING it nnaeeessary la remind any weighing 0,871,with the boiling point of 543 degrees:
wiB sot emulate their great Amcri- concerned, for several years. lie has a* neat ca-' by the 1st January next:-$100'will be given Ip regular member of the Medical prof:*6ion of the the lighter oil having previously'passed over. This'

Doctor Franklin, when ho wu ala bin, and cultivates a few'acres of ground with for tho I largest list; $75 for the second; $50 for established Medical properties of pure Holland Gin, was conclusive gs the superiority Mr.Wolfe's gin, '
the office of his elder brother, in his own hands sufficient to supply him with the third; IllS for the lourth10 for the lit, ; .in many diseases of dropsical tendency,\respectfully ia relation loihe oil Juniper,upon which the arpmai' '

.: : He did not set types with his fingers the necessaries of life fie is a gentleman of *35 for ;the 6th; $30 for the 7th; $25 for the, :Invite your examination to a very 'Superior articl-, flavor, and diureticand medicinal propel ties of every .
.
i aafid waa running un the fullica of last education and fine literary taste and has quite a 8th; $20 (or the 9th; $15 for the 10thf$iO tor.manufactured by myself rxcluiively, at:$ h edamla kind of. gin essentially depend. '

Ilk fa id kept even pacewith thee'rrir library of well selected standard works lie the 11 tb; \and $5 (or the 12th. Tho cash will Holland,by a process peculiar to my 9.Wft'actorl.. As |o the.Fousejl oil,with which all luterlorspirhu-' 1f
t- and henoe he knew what the seldom visits the settlement, but is always be paid to the order of the successful competitor; It is favored and medicated, nol by (tbe common I. ous liquors are more or, leN impregnatedand which' .
.._ he c to meat witlitfutthecorrenpondcnUof pleased to have people visit him paying marked immediately After January lit, 1854. harsh berry, but by the choice botanical l variety of renders them poisonous in the exaetsntlo la which
the Aromatic Italian Juniper Berry, Whose more !
., they are imbibed which causes such liquors to in*
attention to his and them TERXS -One $2 one
guests entertaining in : copy one year ; copy .
is distilled and rectified its
vinous .pirhOIU -
.
.jmosble the moutfis extract iyih tOlicate when others do ,and creates that morbid
pa. the best style his domicil affords, Why he has six months, $1; five copies six $4; ten solventand thus becomes I conwatrated tincture, not
." M. employed on, was regularly chosen this six months 12 months insatiable appetite for undue indulgence, with all Its .
secluded way of life, no one knows. copies $8.ten copies ofexquiaile flavor and arom..hogelher 4raDJCeta"f'at,
=If M unknown correspondent offloLunder (whose lie appears happy and contented, neither a misanthrope $15; fifteen copies twelve months, $22; twenty in its cordial and medicinal properties,to any Holland. deplorable consequences and philanthropy, of which so justly the friends complain of
poked into the the door,) blunted months in temperance
to the social eniorments of I copies twelve $28 advance. Gin heretofore known.'
instead of that and fastidloasuesa of taste for
.powerful reasoning thai he found him.wMthbed&ndbad the world by misfortunes and disappointment,' Southern and western money. taken for subscriptions. : Amid the influx of o inferior distillations with whichthe which the drinkers_sa.iety of liquors ire distinf athedof -

E' to give up the contest nor A bigoted anchorite. nor yet a romantic market is now flooded, pbaiei4a.Jind po little ibis (fetid acrid, ssthmatkal pure Fousel oil 1 found n..
teesgafco writer was unknown to every fool Letters should be directed, post-paid to Mess I difficnliy In procuring good and pure Gin, which trace In Mr. Wolfe's medicinal gin, ahhcugh I repeatedly :
lAfty eIther ia the CII ea or out Every body < I'& Co., 128 Fulton-strect, N. Y, they can 'pf1scribe.'wilb- fi"eD< in sits ..beaeficialeffects. tested various quantifier of it with the

to how who ho was, but nobody could Beautiful AllegoryThe ; As importer of twenty yeanpff; nJing,lathe chloride of calcium, by the usual process, which a*
1m. Wot He carriod.too many guns for any Ait Ordinance. city of New York. and possessing 4 matured ex- readily detects and obtains it I Ia the ordinaryspintu. '
=mters to the paper. Many a consulIkId following beautiful' allegory is translated 7e it hereby Ordained by the Mayor ant l Aldermen pent nee in the manufacture of HOLLAHO Gw.e,pci- oas liquors.Accordingl. ,

1 by the proprietor and the talentAttttn from the German' : I of the city of St. Augustine, in Council arsem- ally, I beg to submit to your attention rny AROMATIC ), I feel bound to say thai I regard this 'I." '
who contributed to dlvisewayi and Soprinius, a wise teacher, would not suffereven bled ; thai from and after the promulgation of this SCHIEDAM ScH.nm: as ono which cannot fail to gin as being in every respect pre.cnunectly pure ""f

_discover who it was that produced those his gro\vn-up sons and daughters to associate OJinocce,it shall not be lawful for, or permitted to realize your.utmost' expectations,and I shall be happyto and deserving of medical patronage. It ia indebted :.
WftII rgameata, but they were all to noise with those\rhoao conduct was not, pure and any slave free negro ormulatto. to own, or have la' forward t b you a botile of if,foe hhargeIn answer '0. its superiority, I doubt not, to sound and select l 4

Sobody, of course suspected the pro- upright s. poa'eeioii<-directly or indirectly-within the limits to a letter intimating: your readies* to acceptIt. materials,and to that peculiarly accurate method of :
,1Q0r'' Aether voting Boa Franklin having "Dear Cither," Aid Jho gentle EuWia to him of said city ; any Gun.I'iatol. or.other fire arms,of distillation which taves the fatAY1eiaad lest volatile L .
VsHK Jfc ripe and 10 '&t so green an1ItbetwL one day, when he forbade her, in company with any description ; and any slate, free negro or mulatto I Itl is now scarcely one year since I bare preparedand essential oils,both of the barley and the rry,bt-hiD4 i
; As he set the ot111IIfr"tora her brother to visit the gently Lucinda, "dear ,transgressing against this prohibition,shall on distributed my dcHicpAx Gix exclusively for in the still. This also 1 is sufficient to account fcr the f
up
be weighed and scanned father, you must think us very childish it you Conviction before the Mayor,be punished, with not medicinal *| wilhia. *,that biief. period, I refined aroma of this above other gins:but ia regardto r rW
lefttMftCiit and carefully position and it to imagine that we should be exposed to danger by less than ten nor more than $thirty nine strip** on the bare received numerous letters, x>ih frpm physicians the special qualtif4 of the Italian Juniper beny.of .
wry .applied aDd patients testifying to Its really (extraordinary
I it.t bare back and any and every Gun. Pistol or other whkh the manufacturer speaks in his circular,I
I Is*et that native logic wh1c1i -In after life .1. of
efficacyvn Gravel,Incipient ,arid afil-ctiona
The father took in silence a dead coal from the description of fire arms, found in possession of a Dropsy hav* no chemical knowledge,nor wherein ill lighter '
Issits Mm*ere thaa a match for the most orttiinkers the and -tladder generally *\\ia in Dyspeptic a
po unless the shall KUneys ; thai of commnii.' I. ,
hearth and reached it to his "It will : slave free negro or mulatto ( same oil differs from -ibe Juuiperu
daughter.
of tho if in which be lived. not burn, child take it"Eulalia be shown,by doe proof to belong to a white person Ala la dies when taken |in proper Isoceapation is better calculated to improve you,. my Drink, and especially at dinner U found by uniform
the .
and the claimant thereof shall ntisfy Mayor with hydrochloric .acid,a liquid camphor.-
did and
behold beautiful
*,Mft$ mm, Intellectually, than that ors prinliVwBl sp, her white that it came into the possession of such slave,without experience to be eminently efficacious la the most This acid bring 10 the stomach II s, principal cornponeaofthe -.
let his mind go with baain. There hand was soiled and blackened and as it chanced. his said claimants consent or knowledge) U obstinate cases,when een the best of ibe usual remedies pttrJcJaieeproblbl creates ibis matei'I, .

, 'III os IMT test words which will 1 in most casea. tell her white draw also. ,r hereby declared to be forfeited and shall under theauthorltYofiheM.y. have failed to afford mor, than temporary relief rial flom the oil,and reodera It the nlaabte dJ'1Is1,. ;
ir acompoftitor {i Chiukiriz on the subject "We annot bo to. careful handling' coal*,," ., *, nld,b, ih* City Marshall and I hare no doubt that I it would yield similar result stimulant for which it was formerly,and wi1Iproba. rbI

\. .' In bis liand or not One of theao is a word fWd ":Kulalia In"vexation. ,after two days notice posted up la the Market with precision and certainly in your bfra professional ;.19a1a be rnow' .-/'
we wrote yesterday knowing when we "Yen, truly, said her father, "you sec, my and aflwo or more public places m the city at public experience. I, consequently regard Mr. Wolfs "Sd e.o/
child that coals even if they do not burn black the and The Aromatic Schiedam Schanpps is put up l ia valuable accession
Wots ft thai no comvsitor ever sets it right outcry, to highest bidder; the proceeds AJomatie Schnapps as I to epr
. | give his mind to the subject up which en ; so it u with the company of the vcious.4 .'\ of the sale, shnll go twenty-fire per cent thereof to strong bodies; pint and quart, neatly covered and : pharmaceutical! agents, to say aothing of Its comparative
labelled with name embo on the bottle, also,
with. And shall sCoot .--- the person informing and seizing said arms and the my innocuousness to those who use distilled l-{
UftftafSfs are buxy now we i fac simile of signature on the label seel
a my
the Poor fund. my To traveUnjr/In the
hoM to print it with the pen, or it will come up COCUAGE.-At Albany, N. Y., last week, remainder Passed in to Council City, July 2. '$.. on the cork,with an essay upon iispr.p"ni<*. qours HQDthwest as a, where beverage.the Mil water persons firequentl produces
.stfcfit tho prooC The word Is "glebe.". EvosriBonpoaitor 4 team of horses ran off with a wagon in which a ; 0. 1I IPIIREyr, Mayor, UDOLPMO WOLFE, distressing! and sometimes even dsneerous effects

that has ever undertaken to set it little child was left alone A young lady saw Attest, Importer S3 Bearer street, New ork. unaccustomed to themJ shonld think. .

if fer M, IMA BsaJo it '' ;" and wo have no qae danger and,in an Instant throwing her hatand A. B.Paeetly,Clerk. Extracts from the New York Medical Gazette and upon it would persona be. a good precautionary irovblon, as a

.sHa erery other ono tl nt trieult herewid shawl on the sidewalks, she mado A spring Journal of Health edited hy D M.jReese, M. D. counteractive or preventive of mose effects,whea
., 4e the name. We hue< no doubt that, at' tho toll of the wagon, caught It firmly, the Administrator* Notice. L. L D., 775 Broadway, October 1st 1852: mixed in moderate quantities. At all events, it.Is

e fl.ss&. proof sheet could boo found which momentum of the wagon jerking her Jnuido of Id hEREBY GIVEN that in 'four HOLLAND Gift AS A ltIEDI I1fE. the purest possible audi of Holland Gin,heretofore
un-" these lines : I Uio box. She Immediately clasped tho child, in NOTICE from this date, I will apply, by petition accompanlellihe unobtainable, sad as web,may be safely prescribed
".. Ifitetabrnt u'er the shining share tiiir arms, and ucltlng a favorable moment, sprang to the lion. JuJue of Probate of Qt. Johns County In our last number we from fellow-fllilien publication by nhyilcUw. /

leans,rrmoves tin obttractlng clay, toitho\, ground, without Injury 'either to herself for leave to sell the Real Estate of Elizabeth Clarkt of a circular on this subject wi 1 h, bnfe our ., DAYD,, I. M01l'.M.'D.,
tho little Such deserve deceased for the paying! the debt. of Hid Udolpho Wolfe, Eaq., s cumm nlary,rxpresiive PharraaceutJ Chf raUt.
worknd Wt
.$ .Af wJ&t sidelong). glebe or Ito fondling. woman j purpose of views. Since] then we have /
own '
our
..a..w W thAt ho hail marked out an 0 In A hu band and laby of her own. Estate and for other purposes. beneficial to. the hrlrif' been emptying this agent, and thus.far; wilt (MYers. June, 18th 3m. .
lie the fintt In the hut ---.._- --_.- legal representatives, or devisees thereof.lt.U.CANOVAAdinr In of several
plaoe occupied by o word ble results. But we are the receipt
Alex. C. TTrloo
OeeIpfir, yesterday, Insisted on having it ARROV1'I021MJJRIlI8 St. Augustine, August 13, 18 3. communications on the subject- (rein medical men, Profcuor/ UKOIOATXD Barry's CoxroroD. forCurling .it,.,
e show that Mr. Wolfe's Aromatic OH
of ratherlite which
: SM when we beat him out that 'I serve to "
tart it right he made It "globe." ----n 1 20 DOLLARS KBWAUD. Schiedam Schnapps Is very extensively In use, and IJeaUtIfylszy Preserving, Restoring anal it
Hww Is another word that occurs to us which Tko :friend* of tho :Holt. TIIOJI.\S in the hands of physicians, U proving Itself as a Btrrngihtrnlng the Hair, Relieving diseases of the I
RUNAWAY from Duns I Lake, diuretic to be eminently! successful, after Skin Curing Rheumatic Painsand Healing External
.Mistora of Oils elm never get right WoHdiliu BALTZELL of 'Leon, announce him as a candidAte itimulatlng (
W aad.. Bounded by no geographical lines. 1iH
my slave WILLISmiddIeaged! man, jther: medication with ibis Intent had been tried In
known of them to undertake to
one to the voters of Florida for Cuter JUSTICE : the reputation nf BAIRY'S TaicorHxaoca pervades
black his hair Is abdominal
JL somewhat grey, rain. In one of the ease thus reported, l'
"u.- "i&gcntious. without making it i of tho State, respectfully solicit their support has a scar on one of his legs. The dropsy has been cured and the necessity of tapping the Union. The sales of the attkl of bite yean
is for tho of the craft that :
good have increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belief.
reward averted and in anothera distressing ol grant,
will be case
Election 1st Monday in October. i above paid to any a ; '
SMke fees remarks' and we should be highysod Professor after careful examination of his
; Barry, a
called has been removed the
who will deliver him to the fail of St. a to entirely by passageot
r I :
.
if win ire on tbun"ject should person sales' book. finds that the number ol bottles,deliver ,
say calculus ol considerable size which U ascribed
authorised to wherein he a
Wo
aunoniicc of be
arc Johns that County
to iodine compositor or any may ed to order, in quantities of (torn half
[ of gross upward
one young of bottles this article.
to the use only two 'It
, ; mind to keep company-with hit fin.M BENJAMIN D. WHIGUT, as a candidate, for taken. It is supposed and Matanzas that he is lurking betweenSt We know not the object of Mr. Wolfe iu designating ,,during the year 1859, was. within a trifle of .. .

lru'klu die Wa had an editorial com the office, of Cuttr JCSTICK of the Supreme Augustine his preparation by the singularly! aaeapb Ionsname 950,000. 4.!H
GEORGE OLIVER. fLj
-. time back who was an exception.ferttoate Court. Mdehnapps//*nor of his denorainaUntH in his It is unnecessary to present at length; the evidences '
Wpser.d days after he commenced Augustine, August 12th 1853. advertisement ,the .'concentnltdTiDCui: of juniper of the wonderful properiiieaof lh. Trkopberoua :

; t ir editorials how it happened that he We are authorized to announce B1Il011l1'BaUo1' t Butt4nsW "instead of perpetuating ancient- tilde of Holland when the puplie have furnished such an,indorsemenl : '
:
as ibis. The cheapness of\fti *rtkle!
few typographical errors unuficuashew tho lion. LESLIE A. THOMPSON, at present I CHEAP BUT- Gin. It it true that he admits ft to be nothingelse of its chemical action
LOT OF THOSE than the Letter article ia iu pure state,unadulterated and the explanations given 'ft
manuscrfpt Hs made It sl plain one the Associate Justices of tho Supreme Court, ANOTHER' ther with a choice lot Fancy Ar- by noxious drip; and hence;' he contradistinguishes upon the bair.cle! scalp,and in all cases of superficial f't

|T,"_borever by observing as ho handed us a candidate for election for QUIET JCSTICE of the tUlf4\nst\ received and for sale at the VKRITAPH is (roan Gin of commerce, ucaslyallof which irritation first recommended- it to the atttatiom ;
IlK there was one polalln our rgu* of the This all that the iaventoi de.
CaM Store of M.,R. ANDREU. well known here and rise- people. was
"Cheap is manufactured
a bo did not consider good lode. Woi State at tho approaching election In October next as where from inferior, whisky and refuse drugs. The sired. Every bottle advertised itself. The efiects.

. % .i to tales his hint into reipccttiil conildIfrkwstelLeettouth&ttbeopInlon- July 2The NOTICE. name he has ci'l"l1lt.1 I wever,ma j serve the purpose of! the fluid exceeded 'xp cralloa. It acted like achum. : II',
hi. article exclusively for The ladies would not be without iu Country
WEEKS fromthis date I shall apply to desiznatiag as prepared .
wbise aged aooocapanied Itls fin. friend* of CHARLES U DUPONT, SIX lIon. G. Humphreys Judge of Probate medical purposes, and ,thus commend it physician dealers ia every'section of the United Slates
_ixSkg ef fcUetttton.-J3 jroZ for letters of
___ I- Oadsdcn County, Florida announce him as a for the County of St Johns and apothecaries.. wholesale fradf of en extent hitherto unheard of as
Ii Wife's'Ttw 1:1I..lre> CommaadBte candidate for AJSOCUTK JUSTICE of the Supreme : on the Estate of Alexander Solana.late druggists respectsItimedicinatand etratfveeffects,,we regards ankles of this kind. The bighent'point,baa
I .
? *$ I Court of the State,.at' the approaching. election In of said County. deemed.JAMES B. PONCE. understand hl.n to claim only, that it is a pure and not yet berB ffICJf'dpI d.II.beUntti. that Ovasales
I reliable article diT Holland Gin,and ., such worthy this year will be a million *nd I balf of botiks.Depot .
.
',.fs&o4 kMed to Individuals October next. Augustine, August 4-, 1833. 6ws. of the confidence physicians, la! ihoseMiseates for / and 5IannfactoryNo.l37 BroadwayNew;
I. "" tam :- ork. Retail price, 92 cents a, large bottle,
and hither
which wont prescribe it, have
r" Mtt bate t wife but The friends of the Hon. THOMAS FOB SALE. they are po ._ ,
F: DO me to only been, restrained by finding?it Impracticable to Liberal discouet to purchaser by the'qUletll. ;
I not take Into thy house any DOUGLAS, late Judge of the Eastern Circuit; HAVE LIKELY NEGRO GIRL seventeen obtain the article In a, pure stateJ Nor, should any Sold by all the priaci|>al merchants and druggists

44flii$ of a servant girl! to bow announce him as a candidate for the office of ASSOCIATE I.years old will be sold at private sale prejudice against alcoholic medicine 'deprive/the throughout the Ucileo Stales and Canada" Mexico I to- '

I W', fed to serve her, for I am a jealous JrsncB of tho Supreme Court, at tho Apply to B. B. CANOVi, Agt afflicted of ihe benefit of ihis artice,whkh from lime Wrat.Iodies, Great Britain Frsnce.&c. ,' ...; n. J
& August, 18 Immemoral has held Its place,among the/remedial June 18M.| ,' ;
I not lake tho DIme of thy wife in : election In October next \July 16. agencies of the Mauria Medics, if it.be found worthy. { ."- .
MedIciEM.
Lime, Clapboards &c. confidence by continued eJperi DCeA / Patent ( ,
IL PEAR. : ,
BYRD.
I
Col.
, of
: thy wifo to'kpber respocta-- The friends GOO batheEs Shell Lime 95 do Stone do,5000 all emus those who perininhe employmentand MEXICANMUSTANaLINIMENT.cekbratedfordiieasesofthaHorue.
; K '. SON, of Jacksonville announce him as a candi. Clapboards,75 Mt,.Jraahe Btoae.allO Nails.Hair, I. toleration of other alcoholfc'otedidues' ,. as line- : '

t t& Kaaar thy wife' lather and mother. date for the office cf ASSOCIATE J CITIes of the Tar Pitch, Rosin, Oakam, 'Vhite Lead, Faints, iur biturs, &e., and especially hose who prescribe lleUuma Elixir of Opium. ': I": .

:, -* &*3sis afcalt not fret Court at the ensuing! election. Oil, Brushes Sheet Lead(tin, Bar Iron. Gin under any clrcamstaaces.muit all uoltr la bring Davis P&in.KD1er'yeg, ;: .
Supreme i to' a article lover the' manifold Circulars with the.above be
; MSIM j&tk not find fault with thy dinner. B. E. CARR. the preference pare can had.
, wtftv tbatt not chew tobacco.Bfe&itnotbe July 16V August .6th., adulterations sd rife In ,ihe market. Mr. Wolfe Brandreth's Pills Uofiata Fills .
\ with! bottle'for .
sample
L liberally supplies physicians a Strong PHI.Janes Medidnei, :
; :,; behind, thy neighbor'sL : L'kO Host. WILLIAM A. .Yoa WARD, TtXNOTIUI analysis :and trial, aVset forth ia hIs circular, and ; Stock Vermifuge, Poiiuetta L *

. L vfeslt. act visit the ram tavern; thou Judge of the Circuit Court for the eastern Judicial I AU receiving the State and County taxes for stakes the rfpuiatwn sad efficiency of the of remedy his Holland upon Gin the,Innocence when FUch aHedicine Aera CbelIy Pectoral, H"

t ;" *, t ttiw tavern'k-. rum., nor his Circuit of!Florid*,, will be voted for by the' the year 1853. The first day of October ,used ,under safety medical advice, aad pledges his 'own 1 l Townaend'a Sar&ap&arilla Sandt do. ;ir> .

, a a r bk gin. nor hu whiskey nor hit : people in.paid Circuit to fill theme, office which next is the last day for keeping the 'Assessment chancier In busuvess that. the 'article will not disap Cod,Liver.Oil, GeUtineIquoric<, '
ijthfeg ibftlabebrnd the Tar of the Book' open, and will alter that day proceed to pointinywhiu'it. : Guru Arabic. &;C. ;. IJ.
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the election in next
. ho bow holds, at October July,2. B.E.CABB .
levy and advertise for non payment of taxes. ,
r 16 CANOV Sheriff rFremiJb JVrw York BqrIU* OctfAirtS 1524 .. J
-' .It ziot TJtttbUlhrdbillipendsaett'oor July R.B. A, and ex-off II.' 1
d Jj(4 t for tho heap.'or Tax Assessor and Collector. MEDICAI, LIQUORS. 7/ HaIrDje.t ;.
, ifcbfeliy 'Wc arc I {authorised to' amiqiincoths St Augustine,July 30th. In eomraon. I!presurae.wuh msny others, of pie Improved UqUJ IIir, Dye-TbJs |a a capital

i t, i & out after the hour orr" name of S. St QEO. ROGERS, as a candidate I ptofessi' a t .1 received some (.iw .mouths ,ulee.I I a a iastaataneotts and permanent I t
AcbaI II,ator'.lfodce.J and trouble- See direeusus. It bwarraat
a circular addressed 'at,,.. M Bipt. tor rc1c2n j |hfroa|>f Solicitor for PFRSONS, having just demands against. United SUates." .1, Mr..Vdolpho Wolfe eJiap9rter. edand ifoloi aaibuaciorr,tafbe retmraed. it dkfei-

." L&WTBes- IL HBAVX !J'I .-'rbere U siHtry &be..J .Circuvt pf tho Stale of ,FlorIda -' ALL estate of Elizabeth Clarke widow ot thelate ,ti Beaver street, inviting a,medical_and beml- ther black or browa as desired try It., : ,-.i-1 l' 4

to ? refescd tho approaching election in October,next John 'O. Clarke:late of St. Johns Coaniy deceased cal examiflXTloo of s new article of.Holland' ,Gia.manolaetored ; ; B.E.CARE.May .
: et. Uwyer who befag at ,. *. Sclikdan I ...
bi&uelf la 1
j' at I art nreby called upon t ittresent" ihemwUhooideUy by a tIoUandtby a I' : .t '
info KwviB by Peter ''contrircd toi' for medical ..
.and pi ,
the d.nind. Those peculiar put use '
of JACOB MICKLER:proent to a not presented process t ; ;$Ii:; *;
i. -tIIt'lllk\ft door,' and'theabeing! Tko. frlettdt' I "' within the time .prescribed by law will be under somewhat Dutch litlu of"Schiedam AromaticSchnapps' 's o'De IUO8 .feciorWqi .washisf rtjery good '
n 11I.", flft<} grfp'ta ya'"'in aha (fetch* iii 'namd U a.candidate/or'tho! offic of forever barred. .* : > The circular clabaa for thia article an"eoiaently also WhitGc uKruxhes.oloriag.p D ., AlBm l- ; ,

.r oflirtkUcrVfixtarct acer SHEWFg OF 87' JQWfS COUNTY at the '' t. ,' ', ? R. B. CANOVt. Admr. superior degree of parlt,. aroma, flavor,lad ; ,.c.' ': ''v: "" '""' I

I", ..<..2'11I' 10.. come' .back ap1n.Z4AIi next October election. July 16th, BwkaIJ medicinal J efficacy, and ofti.ors.Or.OY"f.a gratuitousupply April SOuV/1853. : 1 J E CARI.. ,


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4 tI"! ,, "j "'i,', f: ", ; ", /For the ensues 8ijJoha'q, : =;; SEGURITI'-PEQPTU1T1'. Cit y -Ordiuaiice DII, ctolatiaut,. 'WAT -.: VIU
la f i'&h -
VaguU&L __ Ot. of NoVember (which ( .r,1"2
:i.t gtaOsergtstreeturtb 1 '
AD'Ordin.Dce
T 000,000. / the better preservation of the ,
the Public Square and on* door eorth'of the Metho Zlb, Notember., : and I' "UI tlB iU<< fla. :
and
cfcanlineka
healihofibc for other
dist Chare ",-,,' For.j the -county of'NaV ssau! L,LIFE INSURANCE City purposes. n R E G ) .. I .

PUrUaMtw Oa. Tretsary Lane, North of third Monday in November, ,( COMPANY ,, 1) Q Y LEI : ;,
I B e ii herely Or4ainedbj the Mayor and Alder
the! Psblte Jtaare. I ". pleasure m
I .Noreinber. ; NE W'-YOR K-NO.35 WALL St., of the St. in TAXES anaoaociaga i.nIWi it
C'U1.of Augustine, Couicil
Charlotte melt "eUh,
City HtUL. Oa and Bay:Street few
a ItDenD
k doors Sou tb $!;utof the Ptblie Sqwe,, For the county of Dan),on ; Fond,Nov. 1st, 1849. $900,* bled: That from and after the promalgation of this and nperiorly p,title the aliwar. .,'"
appointed
which for 859,will establisaiBent. ro
Tember. ( | invested In Bonds
and
Planltra Kttel, OaCbarloue. Strutaadha- I securely Montages Ordinance; shall not be lawful,to throw'vegetable eondnctedby T. CU.Lftc1f l

I" r.Qff".aortb of the Public Square,annexed to the December For the county ssy or'18.53 of Marion the, in tbacity and Brooklyn, and stocks trash,or annimal matter of any Description, over the dy for the reception of Patient Fow, ,H.D.J..t.-tIt:: ,,

;, Ficrida& tgenst* 'I ( I and CiIJ'of New York and United Sea WUat into the Basin connected with said Upo to health. All chronic &Cliouo'tah'
I. For! the county of Alschna; Wall-end any person offending against this prohibition organism successfully :*;'
BOARDING HOUSES. December, (say 12th December ia rapidly increasing by a widely eaten ,shall, if i a whit person; be fined for the first Dyspepsia Gout treated at this!Ia Uai .

Mitt F,II. :On) Bt,,. .Ueorf ..Street' a few ioonICHltb For the county of business. ofisnce,in a sum not lesa than two, nor more than Hemorrhoids Piles, RhetaniaUgnv C atf sL.

of the Court Hot e and,Publia Square.G. #ra Des tuber, (which for 1853, declared dividend oi profits of fif five dollars,and for each subsequent'; ofience, of not or Hemo asga,
4 N. Papy" Oa Bay street, ,corner; of Bay tad cembe'r. cent on: all existing policies on the 31st !less than five, nor more than Ten dollars;aad if the sea, Dysmenorrh, l1aor Albus, Gental

tt Garden Lane, ,I ;i' ; ', 1848. offender be a colored person, he or she so ofiending Erysipelas-and tter.r '

POCTois.o.d. 1f ))mn& Profit are divided atnouc shall be subject to a like fine,or be at the discretionof } ( .
the Insured. the Mayor punished the infliction eta number Scalp, Scrofula, Dropsy, SYPhms.--and
P. lVttd*.. Office tt bit House tLt Hs. '
DweUieg
f moral diseases
'' '' ST. of stripes oa the 'bare back of not I lets than teD, nor Renerallj, Neuralgia
Sciatica.
on Bridge tlttH'i.; :i. !l'! i, are payable in cash annually,sem- : TV
ar .. D<
t few doors North of the Court Hotoe.DRUGGIST. THIS # .. subsequent offence, of' not less than twenty, nor sickness, Virtigo, Paralysis. Apoplectic ts"*
*-c :' :a'i; ing undergone T principle adopted by this Company se more than thirty one. cy, Asthma, Bronchi Chronic fafomtt!

Hrt.PCZylttr9... Chemist aad DruggestCbariotte> present season, parties for whose benefit insurances Be it Jurther Ordflined. by the authority aforesaid the stomach and 'Howe Atrophy, and fc V'"

.i.iu Street., t ;reception ot Comjxtny. r.hewhol .'if the advantages, without : Thai it shall not hereafter be lawful, for coloredpersons every possible Type of chronic "n ued

I...V i TRANSIENT BOARDERS them to the{ heavy drawback of accumu ,(bond'or free) to use the Sea Wa I, as a that is curable, and all diteatei>j are cuab&'

LA W eRS.I I Apartments. notes. place for promenading: and they are hereby forbiden. organic futon If pretsnt.TlteXadlesjB V .
effect insurance their lives to walk thereon, un>!er a penalty o'f a fine of not
B. B. .;.*/ Ctaosetlor at 4 ,Iaw-office J.tilery on Ar Booms, Airy, may.of others. A married: on woman own can in- less than two, nor more than five Dollars,or in lien immediate partraeat .ia 11'*>r tk
Laae. r I" 11'H. :nets Ittelf furnished thereof number of stripes of not levy than supervision of that accomplished LuMrs.
ten -
husband nor
other ,the_ benefits of which
X. Pidnam. Attorney and, CjpunceUor !Nothiug 'Vantl ,. law for the exclusive use of herself chil are more than thirty one, to be laid on the bare back of JAXS BlArrarws,so well known tQiaeoUfi.'
or of the
Law office street.l The louse Is Iron Establishment.
"' at Picolula. I'\I'I well the offender.

Getrgt B..f 'H.b. Attorney and Counsellor at ,Built, Ex read .,with a and all others dependent sales Bait further Ordained and Deeretd, by the authority The facl'ities which this Institution ofirrsfor do

& .-office.Jn the jCovt Hoitee. I ,odation of Inca/1Fa and ,invited ro nvaii themselves upon of a re- aforesaid,that from, and after this date, alt prosecution of of a strictly Hydro athie sad tJyittie

... ; ,built of Wood, with their surviving familes may be secured colored persons are forbiden to smoke la any of course from treatment all together with its rasinetssf* '

'. PUBLIC OFFICES. ing Doors, &c., which of penury> the streets, or other public places in the<
: Ptt Oft't\#I":: Lawrence' Andrea I Pott Muter, of ,Dampness. Fireplaces, ; explanatory of the. principles of Mutual a penalty! of a fine of not less than three nor more Invalids desirous peculiarly of availing adapted themselves to the' waj .iar

I Joitla' tbI''Cbort'lt ie. r T'M' i j. ': "'*! ". <* ,through nng! on Pi8 ,and illustrating us advantages, with than bye dollars (or the first offence, or, in default' ,of eacy of the WATSX C :&L-; The the til.

'1 Santytr Dtntraff Ojlct, John W itoattSnrveyorGeneral'oo Hundred reef. Protection ,hI', be obtaiucd at the office ot payment thereof, a number of stripes of not less ter and oecommodstlooa: for Guests panty pf the ...
: ", 35 Wall st.,'or of of its than ten nor more than twenty to be laid upon the art 1M. ,
VVindS&c.forminK a any agents., known to need
tlospital Street of Artillery
,corner bare back of the offender-sad for each eomnjent.; (a linin.p the
Lane and Hospital treet. 'Confinement at all TRUSTEES fine of five dollars the subsequentoffence I lishment, no expense: has been spared' '.'

..Re0.! ",-.A. T. Nodi, Register of Public The IIouso is situated David C Golden, n be laid or the infliction of conduce to makei 00lt r of&hi m stdat
thirty stripes, to bare
ODe on pm
Lands-offic in. the! Court House.That. 'position, and retired; from Alfred Edwards, all colored ,, back asaforesaidacd of resort for the Invalid! ,in the United States-- ,
persons are hereby strictly 7
T Butitll. Receiver, office in Court The House contains 45 "", Win Belts forbiden to about their knife Patients will be required to furnish tbeltotr; |gtu<
carry persons any
I.011II. 'al I Parlours, Dining, Joseph Blunt, Cts: These will consist of Friction,, shirts and lWf
clasps or other of more than three _inch length ,of ,
twigs ./ Pi olste. (G.:Humphrey's Judge,) office ,veniences in general For Isaac G Pearson, blade shan colored Compresses,and Blankets for Sudorific
nor not infirm
; any person actually
o ta la the Court ton, Henry Wells All of which can b4t purchased t! hereJiTtn.sSTiSlTEXXS.
House.'i ;not bo surpassed. from disease or extreme: age, carry under any :
B.
able
Peter
sort term. J
The: well earned \ Win,Moore. pretence whatever: a cane or walking stick of any 3

the Court 'B.C.House.Eafatl .;.... SherUTand Tax CoIIectorof- has from Year to Year Zebedee Cook, size or description; under a penalty of not less than .-Professional attention.1t1t of'Batks" A*.

the House. .. ProprJclres' ,alrs. DAVIS Wil, Jonn Miller\ five dollars fine or a number of stripes to be laiel'Oa per seek Slfc
ID Court
lice C.Uecter ff Catltmt. Paul Arose; ,.offiee i i in for the, liberal Patronage Robert Davfd Comstock, {the bare: back of the offender, of not less than tea, Board per week, fayall ninthly, 85-

Charlotte street at his residence{ near the' store of A. turns I her thanks. Sbuyler. nor more than thirty-nrne. SensnuBoardeJandtteateJperwetkt4. .
: James 117: All letters
O. PerVall.Jupeetor. I I T r t The Table will be Chambers, Passed by the Council 33d December 1853. of'inquiry promptly answered.

r of CII"'.', Jsmei A. Af ickler. Game Oysters, Turtle, Fish Prnirn.* Joseph Moses Tuckerman II Grinnell G HUMPHREYS, Mayor.,! June 18th ; 2Da

/. //. Sr nt... Judge U. S. Court'' Northern !Turkeys and Shell Fisn, y 'Wm J Bunker, ,' Attest&1.R. AlIDllv.Clerk. --

.. I District of Florida, office in the Court House. pur Rivers and. Forests Eugene Dutilh, CLOTHIKG

0. & F.irNd,. "Clerk U. S. Court, office, in more ':,Hunters, sporting ", Francis SLathrop '
FOB
I It the Coul1l1o se. ; House. -; J 0 Thatcher .& 0 Ordinance for the Protectionof TUB ,

t tbeCourtllousa.Deputy,Jlfart"'.' George" ',.t.I Zelmbaor, office i in PackiesBoats horses, Carriages for JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President., Divine of White Worship.Person. Assembled, for 1 FAEdlL (Qr) IL85SI.5 I I

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JUSTICES Or TJIE PEACE, Very BLUXT Counsellor.Secretary. Be it Ordained, by the Mayor and:Council of the Purchasers of CLOTHING are informed tbt .

Reuben PiakhamOffice at his residence FAIKBABVJ City of.St. Augustine: That from and after the passing we are mantifacturing Ld8t3ESTd3SOBT ,
South Agent St. Augustine Fla.
of St. Francis Barracks. of this Ordinance any person or persons shall know J/EVTpf CLOTpBfG (at wholesale only)" '

G.Haxiphrtjt, Notary Public-office In the Court ,: If' B.-It Is the ,, ingly be engaged or concerned in vociferative noise able for'the: Country Trade, to be found m ti*
'
Hoose i 'I ) selling spirituous liquors or any other act having an, States ,
j l' a i f prietress that the 8er
CITY OFFICER : to the 'Iouse should Received by the Carolina hams,corn oats immediate tendency to disturb or cause a disturbanceofa : 07 We do business on the '

Msor-a.4' HUll" .: I ': J, ,,:' tive;. .iitid, obliging.; leadIiasetJoilturpeatinrdailmotasae, sugars, pork, bacon.hama beef a, congregation of white persons assembled for the : V One Price System.
rtys ,I ,cheese, puipose! of divine worship at acbrrch chapel in'the :
Lnarenee Andr a,\ I A MAUAZINE OF bread, flour, soap, candles.tarch. indigo City; such person ifs white person shall be fined not Orders' promptly fined, An etxaminstioa or OW

Past Elraes, \ 'Idermt I I Ii' currants, citron, tea, sasses,spice's, lees than five dollars nor more than twenty,if a colored stock is solicited ,
B. a'. Me".d. \ A I segars. snuff and leaf, brooms tub person the offender shall be fined as aforesaid I, i HANDFORBj) & BROTHER .
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MUM 0jr.a... J '1'I': /'' 1 j. ; i' PK rERSO N'S \ I ., pails, backets, fuhlines mats, bore a, or whipped not exceeding thirty stripe,.or imprisoned 29 Park Row, (opposite|the Astor .

Clerk o/ lit CiJ"I C0ucil v Al B, r..c t.7,.officealtbeConnellroomi D- The Best and Cluapcjt I B. E. CAUR.. cot exceeding one week with costs at the discretion'01the If. Y. HoweJ
& 1 | .: r j 'Tt! I i; A NEW ofr.hi. 12ih. Moor'anel Council and that the City Marshall, i
I i I'i > VOLUM l l N. B. We are the l largest nuna&cturcrrof
Cie1i4 i fJUl, CIaz' Deri of,! tht'Utrtit, ,, Reuben. commence with the Januai, A/ayor or Alderman shall attend to allcomplaintsaod ,

Piukhain.. ;:, [ I j I I'' 7""" : ;VillbeVrtdy by the lit of Notice. arrest such offender. OILED CLOTXING* '

; ;! :: PORT WARDENS. i :tort tvperb ncr pMittedf : (forbiden That upon all convictions the person or persons con in the country. !l&nbber ClotblBg at the r
are hereby
from
tresspass- victed shall remain imprisoned or committed until the lowest market rates. I ""
r. C. Zybfnr Cfterk Jo,. B. Ft The oaalrOrlglaial
Haagst. mar ; upon or cutting any limber on the tract of fine and costs are paid or satisfied ; June 25.
'. ..' 1 Thin is now the only \ as 0,000 acres lying on the,East side Passed in Council March 10th 1853. 3m,1 -
: AUCTIONEER 'mntf\ft\ nflutitelv,t Mri.. River between what was formerly known G. HUMPHREYS I
Vayor.a
'' itor, and oil the best Amtri place opposite Pilatka and Buena Attest 'PIIOCI AJllltION.
IIeo.CeatertF. P. Ferreirt and J. A; Strischa. contributors giant of 15OOO: mad j
More thrilling 'I acres to Job n A. B. P ACEnr. Commonwealth of lit:. 0
; AugasUe
I eta liaye appeared in this being the same G,000 acres sold to .
}MERCHANTS.. j years,than in fill lie Driers Avice, by John tluertav As all said land Fra\ arrival, aJj f JUr '
.u..ll."jt adreY, that of the highest moral by me as guardian of CAROUSE M. A An Ordinance to raise a revenue to;'; meet the current VERITABLE "CHEAP
{ Dealer to lt a pie and Fancy Dry ,isUy : vac x. exprnces cube City, for the year 1853 and f CASJI STQREI'or
Goodag corer. of George and I'icoUta streets, Mar. where>' .there are daughters,STABILITY' 14th. MARY N.-At' ICE. the extinguishment of the Cay! debt -J JSa THE wb.cribcrbsa lhesaii faeiionto iLfimaiia '
May
ket Square. for 1853.
celpt.'p'Uern. embroidery
fri ends
and Bu!!iugatge Lane.& ttowk..Corner. ,, of .St. George I to the,: sex, appear monthly. the CYry it Ordained or at. Augustine,by _the Mayor, in Council anil Aldermen convened of d: received; that extenaive by the a iliioa4 last trip lo of$!.the previous Carolina Siseii lest. '

Treasury I Colored Fashions Claret Wine &c. and is now prepared to IUpPlbrm! with
Thai, Tax of one-eiglit of one per cent be and every vsriely -
s..rr''f'' Cerr. Wholesale and Retail,d.ler No Oilier now gi, the is of article in the Fancy cad\ Dry GaodaUntt '
of I Magazine superior Claret Wine, bottled in same hereby dire tt'd to be imposed fo- the
q.on&. .. Nq,2 Family East side Groceries Charlotte of aUJrfnds tfffeet!1 North, LI- plates, as this does. Full letter pints also 10 boxes Maret: Wine, Imported quarts year 1853 (for the purposes aforesaid! ) on the value i including made a full and! complete assortment,of Ktaty
Clothing suited the
each monthly plates of all Real ; lo climate and
pith! pablie company \ nod Port Wine, Cordial. Scotch Estate situated and I lymg" wilhin the season.
(large fart square.besler'ia, tex-book of'fiahion, and r Philadelphia Ale and Porter, Cong/ess Chartered limits of the said City-snd the following i ladies I Misses and children's shoes tad futf ..,
Staple and Fancy DfJ'aood. I light Boots anti shoes for
would know how dress ,
to and otherBrand to wit) Frederick C. and gentlemen' rasa and a
., West tide of Charlotte doors Principe Segars, Aro- persons ( Humphreys, Alherto I
few
/
street enaB/e lady to he her stronger.but! genteel 1 quality, tor lids
I" every He bar.
boutb of Treasury ",.ae. Dew, TobaccoPipes Snuff Snloking D. Rogero nr; appointed assessor's to determine wear.
&tk X. WatiaoK, Wholesale andiRetail: j f rilagnlfflcent Cut Tobacco. the value of said ttea I Estate, and fix the basis al l.-oa choice lot of crockery and glss ware,like*

ul Djry Goods Groceries Grocer 'store dealer the other E.I B. E. CARR. upon which said,fox shall be levied 'lad it is hereby wise saddlery of a superior quality' aa well, as.*

F Ground floor of the City Half 1-Dry :Goods on Store, The mezzotints and steel 'June ain 1853. i further ordained that the tax imjiosed; by this Or- ( (good The supply ofcud r,. '
dinance shall be collected in the above good, have (xen ,selected by
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Charlotte street, Howard's Building.; at Ifa t.appear in every same manner anJ ex t?
rienced and will bd
Mittet In Ublt lol" l under the same regulations as are provided and i in- agent disposed of at a'ram
S. k N. Pl.1... Dealers in Fancy beaujy. as w Hair Dye. nominal advance
force, in relation to the collection of upon costs anil charges be is
as
Goods, &-e. opposite the Planters Hotel Eastside indeed, this Magazine is City taxes levied ;
on } bound
.1 oflu&rloueatnet. thitiilhe only iltuttrated Gay uJ Hair Dye-This U a capital| | upon*otl+erdescription.oipropeny, i and determined sotto bejnndersold.byaay

t Pedro Btttt, Dealeria Groceries,Provisions! ,Stc.'I which, hat steadily increated being an instantaneous and permanent Passed, bathe Council January 1853. one.lie takes
I this
'' no trouble See directions. It U U HUMPHREYS \ occasion to announce to hit jllYn14
corner of Cuna and St. Gcor'ge' street year, which proves how warrant Mayor.
friends
I that his
F. / Qciet Watch maker and Jeweler Termi... not satisfactory to be returned kdieaei. Attest promised supply! of Candy ffttandKatintlui 'i
George arrtet. aetrhr office on or brown as desired try it. M. R.! astrClerk.CHARLESTON come to f an J,and he Invites tbeatt.l
TtoiJNtltHi opposite of Dr.Peck. One copj-for one year 9 B. E. CARR. call and trtake freely I ; .'wlthoq money ami wita*
Retailer of Boots, Shoes, C ps, dollars ; for five copies 7 1853. out price." i
Ittsand! ,
Dry'Goods, east aide of Cbariottee AND FLORIDA
street; for eight copies 10 dollars; for MATHIASiR. ANDREU
ppirnrr' of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. ors, U. S MAIL STEAMERS, Corner of St. George and P'ata I
/cwrM" Andrtn.. Tailor Cbarittte Table Dud Ton streets, opposite
street, PRMIUMS FOR CLUBS. Pin Alley Uwnumint Square.
/ -
be Fort CAROLINA V
near Mm Uil ing up Clubs, the following: Magnolia Retreat, open throughout the AND FLORIDI July 23,1853.

the' CitY Hote**). Boot maker, Charlotte,' street near be given":-: For a.club of & and .Evening. ><(: Through, to Polatka in 24 to 39 Hour .
plate,, 16 by 34 inches; -a nol'Sif S. III KANDA. Extracts from Proceedings
of
Michael The CAROLINA will CiSr .
A Nelligan Cabinet Maker, Charlottettttcetb club of, eight a copy of the \ \ ...; :Couacil.: I ,
low leave CHARLESTON ;
< Temperance ,
Hall. club of sixteen .... eiy I
,
a ;; an extra co
R IferJftfo QUwrvi. alack Smith &DeI, Gun;Smith, mium'plate' in addition. i Patent Medicines. : :, Saturday, at 3 P. M. Returning THE following' were then seversny 'i
near the North Gate of the City Addressed I, MUSTANG .will leave PAL.t T- : eI and adopted, namely i
;; post-paid, toCHARLES for LINIMENT,ccleb n- J KA every Monday.7 A.M.P1COLVTA. A.M., Resolution ..t. .
diseases of the Horse.
J9 isU.ff lilt,. Iitrtrs egad Rtfret\e\.t\ by No. 98 Chestnut Elixir of Opium. and JACKSONVILLE Tuesday, 4 o'clock'', A. :M.. Setohed ly lie Mayor and Aldermen in CwttHconvened
V Bridier 01.y Hotel., The FLORIDA will l leave CHARLESTON f very -llat the Ordinance

Pkilif C? ..... Reuller of Llqaort, Refreshmeotst) 'O LAUGE Pain-Killer with] Tegetable, Tuesday, st 3 P. M. Returning will leave PA within efnalDlimiil, tbertia specified prohibiting, b;t&isg the
the above passed
&c. Ctjarlotts street, oppwite Bridie,'. .Bowling can be had LATKA' every Thursday 7 A. M ;:' PICOLATA i. 31st of July, 11143,be amended
'to Valuable Pills by IDatnialiJ.-i
Moffats
Tracts of
Pills
AUe,. 10 o'clock, A. M. ; JACKSONVILLE, Friday, 4 diately alter the word "
"bathe ia, the second' line .f
..
). 'ljmlE subscriber aa Agent Pill, Janes Medicines, o'clock' A, P.I. the first section thereof the ;

.' V STAGE ,OFFICE. JL offrrs for ate some'of Vermifuge, Poinsetts Loxccust, These Steamers connect with all the interior within tie endotnr or walls following. ,viz : exetyt
/'s regular and *e-
: i ) In East Florida, wit Medicine Arm Stages of East Florida, and
i : to : Cherry Pectoral, .<. connect both ways with eently contlrveted Bathing Honte
c.ur tie fic.l" Jl silSto .. and itwss liksand
Bridie o City 600 acres valuable hammock Sara piariDa.! Sands do. f the New York Steamships, Carolina Railroads, wise Resolved,' that said Ordinance
Hotel l
, be fimbrfi s*
t Ington,known as the Gibbs 00 the Wilmington Boats. (
Gelatine
Liquorice amended and '
lj altered
,
j 1100 I aa to read thus, (to wit) ItT
---i j j the Alachna
acres Dear ,' Asa Pottage from CharleHon! to Jacktontille, $S..;.- ,person violating this section of this ordinance,,shall
: the '
Grant.
CHURCHES.CttMit Carey B. E. CARR., Picolata and Palatka, 810. oo conviction before the Mayor' a white nos.
j J400) acres in dan Felasco "
wi r Ito. 'n Chirch. North. side Monumen nsnivilie., known as the Wl For further particulars,apply to forfeit and pay; for;the first offence, a doe of Fhr .r
i pi 11Ift" nre J. dullan,with all "
.V.
I Several thousand acres Hops dec. CA LDW LL. Charleston. costs which may accrue ia tb i col:
I1Zac.pmICherck. South. aide NoaNnuntsgiurctt dondo Grant. BELLECHASSF &FINEGAN.JleksoDY' l lection of said fine and for each.iwaegeaot e&eea|

'h" "ttrr a Cd+' ,T'#"*", :Pat j:'St... George' street, 7000 ,acres on Halifax eu ,Vest, Powders Cream of TI ria r, Saler- U. lit:. REID, Palatka. feb 96 e a fine ol Ten dollars, with coats aa aforesaid*a4 it.

tioah'o' i epJ iaie. udnekDowD as the Billow ., Carb, Soda. Barley, Essence Lem on, a negro or mulatto, on eonvktioii stall 11"pengaiaattbLardiaDtethto }

'N _lIc._- CAargh" Su George street., ,acres,,of open land suitable Savory, Peach, Spices, Peppermint, TUITION.r > cadcr | .". ( IfCdtt. +m. ,
m the! Mi l .
House
peir ggalit :f Ant) several other bodies '' I'raod",C 1namOn, Nutmegs, Cur- ty-five stripes oa tits bsielbielc.

I 1 .' navigable waters. English mustard, Prepared french tit,i u THE Subscriber: at the request of many o( his ,BesolRtloB 3d. '
d .
TKHW3 OF COURT EASTERN Asst., Sauces has been(iuduced to undertake ". .
ptper do. the
CIRCUIT The titles are undoubted i Catsup, do tui &Nlll4, That hereafter '
'I' ;i OF lion,of a l limited number Pupils fie therefore until otherwise provi
FLORIDA.. eon- ded
GEO.
10 + ,a tax of sU and a quarter cents day befevied
1 Preserves templates opening School! on Wednesday the t first per
Feb
Scow turn S3.1823 $t. Ant. day of December text al the house and collected for' each stall ia theTish! msrkei wHand

the Cdintles of Orangeand St. tucle' at'Mel Fruit, Cherries &e. Tamarinds, as a law office by W. A. Forward recently occupied occupied Ia tie'vending: of Fib ; and It ia here
School ,
: oovUleVot) t the. I first Taenday .in April |Jq each and .Pineapple, Ginger Olives Horse rad- the residence of Judge E. B. Gould. Esq., adjoining' by made the duty of the City Harslui to e.uiaiM

+i: oiery yei,, |r.; t ? Ja : 't O .ner.and do,Geography Peter and BlamonBatJbaesst" He will teach all the! Elementary branches o f aU fish brought to the market and. (with the eoaear-
A Parleys B. E. I an reDce of
the CARR English Education any two discreet and disinterested om,
*t
of
fjor
Chanty Uumpterf at AdamwilJe viz. dpehmg. (
the
:>Monday ia April! and, ,oa.ecoad mar,Olaevs History of the .. June 18th, 1853. i and Arithmetic. Reading, Writing whom be may select to unite with'him in any eiaw
fa/jrgch
For the county orr.tl&III,1I, ere, 'Je&J'J: speller and definer Walker's" ._..,.._ : lie will also give instructions in the of I. lion he may make)! shall condemn all each Iiib as :
Pilaika class of theory Surlog
,thjrd.Tuesday bookgrimshaw history be
unsound
ltatlo ", may add otfit for and from and
ur Navigationand Mess Me-
,
in April,in etch and every rear. ; do do:of Pnited Btataengluih 1 ratiotr. after the
: of this resolution of life
For the ef)Irioa1 ling book, do primmer, do IYEDbyBrfg Tremont TERMS rut QUARTIK....For the passage no ale
county Ocola,fourth,UODdl J an.excellent as Elementary branches, shall be made, either openly or covertly wrtB the
of April boUt arithmetic elates led ot 96 per quarter,half in
prime Stationary, of every variety quarter advance.: market bell has been regularly ring and a jeaJe( \
For the county of Alacboai, at NewnaosvUle, wafers,quills steel pens, note ; P. Liontor sale at .Surveying, dtc.Q3 earn made ia violation of this prohibition ie hereby de

first M>niiy .fn.M.'. Mrs. ZYL8TRA 8 Hours Surveying of tuition, separately from pet quarter $6.00> clued to be utterly ivoid.and noi eititliog tbei j par-
March 26ih. 9
1853. 9 to O'clock''
chaser
For the of to a preference otherTiadividaillwa.
coeaty Columbia, at Alligator, on the over any ( *
eecond Monday ef Ma/ i I' 1,000 BOOK ARIND3,Fig Paste.Prunes,Bitter. ,b once: Nor.20,1859. JASIES- GOULD. may be present at and after the ringing of ai4 ltdi
Tobacco
Far the eo'4ny'e f NM .n, French Cordials, Almonds, :i and propose for any flab, he may se* and deice to
,at NMU
C"f(. SELL PICTORIAL Alt'
oa.the' TO au i, Porter, Cider Wines purchase and
'Vdiaea4ay. b fof' the fourth )jaJjy h Brandy any p n selling fish ether eeuly I
May FOR '
: WORKS THE CRAMBERRIEBDriedA pray,Fultcn Market or covertly, contrary to the intent and nwaaiBf el
r ar th s ot',aty of Da"l l,at Jaeksanville" $,,000 DOLLARS B. E. ,Bacon
on, the 1 1853. CARR. cheese,crackers choice ,Pork,Lard,, this late &iboa.shall oaconviction before the if
faarihMoMayofMtyv' Jj.; in every, buckwheat family flour 4raham crackers,: or be fined la qoadmple varae of'tay' fiat s ..
rice
For the c..atr ofSt, John's, tt 't. 4aaltl..on: WANTED. active ..' wine,of dec. gelatine, com, starch, choke teat, by him,with costs of prosecution.
# A ,
if.r.'r.] tecood, _' od"lq lun*l gage'in the sale of some of .do''c....1fa toes Shoe v "Boohed, That ha! Hoar thfl Mayor, be.eqnesR *

4 1' L ,.... ettQr I;'. To men of good Masons shoe Vlr !ah, Harness Y a r- ::March, 19th,' r oitE. CAR, ..... ted to invite the attention of Lieut. M. LSoiii.. of ,
small capital of.from $35 to 9 r blacking, Fish the United Statea Topographical Efeginetf4 Ctep4
,For the crutkaif Ofaofe and 8u tooit, third V . 9diNeata.. Poet Oil,. at ;
Tpeadty. before the first-Moadsy la NoremWr. will be offered as to enable B. E. CARa; now iii tbJa City acid (who 1t" andentood b'oi a ,

(wk chr 144 year 1853, will be the 18ih Ofitober\ to, $S't day profit, 8utorstors' ,. tour of Canal Survey ia our Sate,) to Uw gfeaa4
Books
JT'The published 1Ate"eDm'MaweeQ..d of Matanxa IUftr.aadSmith's
a. tor' the bounty of Patnam, oe th., .last ecl by the C4"iu I IOC adelabh Iak 'wltia prep4ntjou Wade 'J
Tuesday their chancier, extremely ; ties chi isc; ,Butcher do Creef! lhahead of Hali&x IUftr, CJ's.* fJ
before the Ut, ,MOlda Ie avember f whJch' for the, I.r.lt.rclber ,er they are 't x lyiae CheeMId.1 Pb.... Nice Hami, 10 Xe'l totted Calle8c Warranted.:. Roo.'.a Uea.J ro'.a: .. lows Haalover and:to ask that he wW,if eoutfieat

j'ear lell"II1MpIJ.tPN: r.' ,n forferther: particulars, .4 Cues CbocoJa".3 do Cons Otnthabox .vn, Aecordeona. shaving] saps with l other,arrangementsi: exanuae this wuw.iiriiha
Far the eocnty ef Setup r, on the Amrth Wednes t nOBEaT I tU ri!eipe.&c. fine Cat tobacco ID tin foil, 1 rings,weezen".stn pa,combl,hair brvahea,steel I key view to >.tscenain the pratUeahUirj e( JJ :rI.

day Ja Kovember (which lor the;.yw,.1853, will b. : Ie ISIS Ull'w! rJ 8tPII" t RetaiL assorted steel I COR screws i.patent g late ink Itatidj' L water; conunukatioa. to conaect,'those two,pe I

tot t3J November & I 'p'rbrss"tJ'Stb,18S3; "' J less. P. f::- C.\RR, I pens, ,fish Jatl. : ,.hooks, \' cotton twine. [and report to "the
"i \I Feb.:26,1853. n.rE..CARL[' amination.M : l

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