The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00149

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1 lJ'E. I IE"T 10 I'TI. The -
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: : au titude. : The stream was.broad, so that scarcelythe A 'Yauke -
Story 'Jhe old deacon to be
Ea tem JLcgend.Onceupoa'atime grasp. ; began dreadf
I + WHH8HED liVERY SATURDAY, ATS111 there lived in the .opjttstte: bank could be. ckscn .; How {The funny columns in the English papers derive frjghtqqed lIe gave one more tug. An ..onearthry py.
*u Jofcm could al colt, enfeebled bylfatigue, cross a current more of their stuff for
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? Corset Flo.Dbtkr. town of Bulgaria, an Armenian merchant cele- Jour.of yeU, as of*fiend in distress, burst from r

M ... __Jl It. B. CANOVJ'714 .brated for hunches p in lands; houses brilliant which rio war-house could breast nab thts country, than from any other source, the inside, and then the clock case pitched headforemost
seemed: now impossible to continue the We find in of them this t
pusv one ludicrous anecdoteof
Bluffii and precious- a.1 the dsacon smashed its face ,
-. I .tonebut more celebrated : ,
.:- in suit with of ,
annum the
IItr adrance. anY'chance success. Yet how 'Bewitched Clock
was which
r- still for the was quite new wrecked its fair
proportions. the
possession of beautiful : current of airyWZ
I**** until all arrearages are "'hOle.Dam"e as Gua a .daughter, ,it possil>le to.abandon all hope of aa'"ainscetnfbe 5trpan TA,It ft,;I j'! ... ** '- ._' .;' .....J. ("

.6bW. "" tJ :'S1'tn di 1ti anion&'"'rho 0 ", c. !1W $U, .__j J" !?" ..J.l. *? SW ? ,
> ens.1S ,0 .F.uf; er fame Vf MWMw ** < K{ ; ,. "
per Of. e&r 4 Ea and un, would t found/Boukor had cheated himsclhnto '-iiI. -.W' ", ,
fronf :'eiy early age .spread throughout the I night1* human, leg, cnrdopsd ia a, blue broadcloth ,, tricating himself from the clock, effected hiscapethe.asame es- .
li _and UTBcjtmta! for each the beli f that he was in a most ferocious state might! '.have been seen** entering Deacon '
'muI &5o ,Ito yearly?adri 11 era a whole' mtrynand she had ta6re'suitors for her of min- thls: ,, unit was'undertaken' for Cephas BarBerryV* kitchen' window. ; The l leg' ; way he entered.; '. '1'
hand The nett all
I Penelope of old. It is said1even day Appleton, was alive'with tile :
...twill be made.. purpose of slaughter but now that the clue was followed ( the .entire
} finally by
>persono.f: Deacon
Moslem } how ;
prince offered tor&of clock i
: )1 to adjure his religion for Barberry's had been
advertisements must be paid for beJl'Li -, her I was bro .ene, was .obliged confess that all Ew Yankee attired in *go..to.meetin'clolbes
_. sake; hut, as sheis supposed to have lived bewitched and through many believed his version s
-.*_ r uaIeIrI bI a gu1ar ctistcmcr. f*jrrteg before the time of !. his terr ble resolves were feigned i and that his It wad, in short, Joe Mayweed who some and Joe !
Mahommed'we' especially Mayweed affectedto
>* to oar terms, the requisite sum mar be may question furious ida : ,
was undertaken once more to kiss thus burglariously won his way into the deacon'skitchen.
the troth of discredit the whole
this affair
: tradition Her lather Boukor hinting; that the deacon t
and transmitted ,
otHtUlncd with
the advertise.fi his Guzla the
on and scold
\temples, to her with .
often talked. of marrying her to some noble>> person had been trying the experiment of tasting i
'!) tears to'her disobedience. So he sat with trembling 'Wonder how much the
: old deacon made .by
of and
whom be could ," that tho of tho
Advertisements approve,.and was delighted vagaries clock
w- not marked with the to count lip 3 on the dreary banks of the Danube.A orderin' me hot to darken his doors again I' so- case existed 'in
the only
number a distempered
Mtferef insertions :up of times he had been imagination., .
L *; required will be continued '
3 able to refuse fisherman approached, and seeing this manor liloquized the young gentleman. 'Promised himI the jntcrdict
.r and what the world called advantageous I However ; being taken off, Joe 5
"IJttUi charged for. fiorro v, asked whence he came and what ailed wouldn't, but didn't nothln about winders. '
r offers; but as rekusal succeeded refusal the public say was allowed to resume his courting, and won the-
Jjr Dollars ,
". __ve ta i tof candidates will be for charged for aU an- began to think that he had;l no nun4 to settle her him. loukor gladly related his history. The Winders is just as good as doors, cf there ain't consent of the old people to his union with Sally,

y yI office: ; to bepat'd after all. Howcter, Gozla length determined to fishermiin having listened attentively, advised no nails to tear your trousers unto. Wonder if bf repairing th@ old dock tin ttVeQt aswellaji r

Wmlf* VHWWVrtfce choose for him to continue his pursuit Sally 11 1 come down I The critter promised roe. ever. ; i
herself andpne night when 1 f
the winds
to Debtors ,
$7 00 blew and the d But hors ,traverse that mighty river, and. i I'm ..reared'tQ. move about.here, 'cause I might -411, :; r
<> s if
; for Letk' of j ,as #)urp were spirits I
: Administration 5 00 r.9-cd one's
Death Bed.
J in the air she and who he ceforward will guide me? i break my shins over somethin nuther and wake ..
fled into
''IfIi tl9G t for dismissal} Admr. young away
.I ,'' as ,1000 the storm I ha ve a boat Let Us cross j and I will be the 'old folks. Cold enough to freeze poHsh 'fcr
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t : ft1 notices for benefit'will JULIAN ST. PIERRE. :
i private be ,
bear here, 0 here
{ [doable the Boukor grieved for his toss with the bitterness your companion. comes Sally.J .
rjfttes advertising. crossed in and Thebeauteous maid with .'Last of all lr
; himslf They safety; penetrated into descended a pleasant scene R

':':J All religious! ; notices will be Inserted gra- oragc4'f'Iet'.ard upon ibis turning own, head ort for his, selfishness.heaped reproaches the country beyond. The land was marvellous! smile,y a tallow candle, and a box of lucifer match' That ends this strange, eventful history;; \

Why had he not detected earlier what was ly fertil, the air pure, the hills and valleys beau- es. After receiving a rapturous 'greeting,, she At you like it

paid PB'the deli vert of the work. In the min l of bid genUc-piritcd.daughterf passing tiful; but 1 no inhabitants showed themselves. It made up a rousing fire tri the cooking stove, and had Day; bad faded into evcning.-.revening's shade !

1 IW"" AH letters on business and communiea- Why had be not understood the reason that paled teemed i is if they had discovered a new world= the happy couple sat down to enjoy the sweet ins deepened into eightOh how dreary, wag ,-1
be her cheek and jmade her downcast Boukor went on admiring, until lie came to the terchange of vows and hopes. But the course of night j bow.gwful in its stiUnessin its sol = ,
t SUM pott paid to helve aUentioaeEeir Clef Why emit silence!
had he not guessed her thoughts of love,:and won borders[of a river''that watered a paradise of_ true love ran no smoother old Barberry's kitchen t:t:

I.. 1j 'from her a confession kih4 mountains, plains and woods. than it'does :elsewhere, and Joe,who was just Yes, it was vcrstilll, in Jhat room-the cham'J':.
by 'words These
... ., t 3)) isieCtr lIP. questions cam :too late but he ) "WhJ t is the name of this river?" said he. making up his mind to treat himself with a kiss, ber of the dying. The passing spirit was about ito '

... ,.. ... ..... .. ...... .. .. .. determined to do bid adieu to earth with all its !
"'I fc'"fcJ fcJfc J J A .. ..._. ..... .. what he should have done at first namely endeavor "The;JDimbowrtza,' replied the fisherman.The was startled by the; voice of the,deacon, her father joys, and enter I I

Old Popular Son?. to overtake the young fugitive- and nerchant was pleased with the aspect of shouting from. $the chamber door: 'Sally, upon. those unknown realms of bliss, in that '! i' '
raoM BIOOK'S: "aiumy LYl.lcaJ' her back to tier nest. The difficulty was to know the p1 and proposed that they should rest what are you getting up In the middle of the bright spirit above. n ,'
night for"' There was no hope of a longer stay with us he 'J '
awhile. !Uho spoke be perceived a little hut ;
I'-a, 'o.d'rmIlo,,. In what direction she had fled. No neighbor '
whhjhee lived
l i had a long lifetimehe had
among tie trees, and the two together proceeded 'Tell him it's most morning whispered Joe. seen spring N
Te-morrow, too, dear could give him ;any Infoncation, .
my | time in all its freshness the
towards'!it A trampling and brushing boughs 'I can't tell a fib, said Sally \ summer in all its N
brat whoa i the third Jajr dot The old man was for ?
comes,roy perhaps a revs the ..f
'I'll I beauty-:: autumn with its and leaf
make it sere
then yellow
t swat i be from here. lation when on one hand attracted their attention and sudden. a truth said Joe; and running ;
the ofac
gone neighing L from the stablecame I and
r ly Zaiahi followed by her colt, Kcbir, came bound to the huge, old fashioned clock that stood now life's winterhad set in..the ripened
to hIs
ear, of the
1 w 1f cos, b eka Ie Kettf! was complaining in the corner he set it at five. sheaf must be gathered into the garner.
,,,,jT j } p .. I absence its ing towards them. I i
[ ne_; pf dam, Zarah. The truth.waa now 'Look the 'tfo hope,' said the doctor, as he his .S
rtAB ) ) f cethaiuenaw.that! .ScTjeriA. aodUGuzla aj; clock; ,and tell me wfeattime it is, gave socg

drink the 1t'4 cooling; iNf i
moat probably by this time far away; &uT by in the drection from whujirtnomanmina its \*uhad'come. corroborating her words, the old clock struck that rang through the avenues leading to our j

Oh, .Vn" it snows red rose St Pacomo," so! swore the old gentleman! "it He did so in vain; and after several J 'ny'r heart's core a sharpened. dagger: whose every '

And whtn it rains cool wise ; would have been wiser for her and her lover not hours Ii and himself once more alone, lost in the The lovers sat dowQ'i1 anT: resum\, ',,"-., thrust was a fresh wound, piercing_._deeply. as n
strove to _
sever tee csro* **** _iiu _
Thfe*:then will I.come bark lipiD to hare scpcratcd ira parents from children-the wihlem ss. This time he gave himself up .to conversation. Suddenly, the staircase. began to
to his that leafing to be
was now;, us seen no
i.: Thou Nearest heart of mine! deserted infant hall atf the vengeance of the de- despair and throwing himself upon the:ground, creak. 'Goody pyysi} It'sl"ather exclaimed more, f' ,

crted father,1? The vengeance?' Yes, oid Bouk As he he heard footsteps approachIng Sally. \:;
wept. Grandmother and Kate
":. her (ather'mttardrnf stood with me by the ,
wtat to s
lib' 'The deacon 1 thunder cried Joe. 'Hide
or was,making terrible vows ini his own ,mind, and presently this dialogue fell on his 'ears by '
And slept beneath the rlne.S I bedside, in that still room. Corpse-15ke lay my
and revelled in Anticipated slaughter love The : ad me, Sally 1'I .
.. "Come under tho boagbs, roan
And there she JreameJ; and ,it seemed grandfather, as with fixed eyes he regarded
fb' my
Boukor called his head clerk, committed to him that his companion is from the south. If i it t 'Where can I hi4eY4u t? erica the distracted
As if I t rained cofl..ir I : I '. grandmother;; the fond remembrances of over #
tho management of his affairs,filled hits purse should I a he, we are lost" girl half passed through hi i f'
a entury waning mindy
SS '. An3 thrgrten Le woke up afaia, j with money and mounted a good horse, not inferior "Nay,r' I hope it be not; and yet lilt were 'Oh, I know' ,' said he, Til squeeze into the and yet ho knew that he was leaving her now. > ',

nothing to the stolen arah. done he clock case. And without another word he concealed f
Lo..4htre was th.no.; This gave ,"lie ould slay us both ''Mary' he said, 'Jam going home-I must .

J. But the roses bloomed and.oh,tbf jr perfume orders to drive,the colt out of die stables. Whathe "Per llo.has already pardoned: us" himself in the case, and closed the door.
taps : leave you; long winters and summers hare toned .
1 The pleasa Bt commer air. Kebir after "The'agcd' and strike before they The deacon was dressed and sitting himself :
I ---- expected came to pass frisking are hasty, over our heads since first t met you; but they i"
about a little began to snuff the air, pawing the think."i down by cooking stove, pulled out his pipe, '
lI'i. and
And she built her a bOUt of clover ; I passed oirlheir course found us loving still:, li

re. Green covernd down below ground, and, then with flashing eye and cars /JB ut'I sometimes they kiss before they strike. lighted, it commenced smoking' deliberately and You will misa m.e sadly, darling-of to p will you } ,

I. .waf he towards the north.'Doukor shall we return to the hut |" calmly 'Five o'clock, oh? said he, *Well I d <-
went "Guzla
thrown back -
ld4e Baited for her lover, think of me as I now do of the days when first I ,

r r. And the w.atche4 for she rotjr anew.i was after him In a moment: and though "Na 1 if ho should not pardon ttee f Let usfly shall have time to smoke three or four pipes and met you, with the love light sparkling l in youreyerrwhen H

50 55 I I. ; V f 't'ill" at.first: left for behind'soon p.in'edlground and Se rlnl" then Til go and feed the critters.: you loved me with all the tender affection

:- _\ t'; With 1tJlP';. ws.',en i J7tr, F came t pQ the colt, which'still continued itsbursuit The 1d man started to his feet. The first Hadn't you better feed the Critters.lust sir," of your.young fresh heart. How loved '

} ;. ; And redo!: 1Hks fine, I : movement of the lovers was to press together. as suggested the dutiful Sally. : when vou presented\ 'me with our first born l" ,
W ; ,She coveredlttbat there she might sit "No sraokuY clears head and wakes Yon n----------r------
... ..;,. In this way they travelled five long days, during if for mutual protection, ana then rusnea inia ; my me :wjth the darling, that was only allowed to wander -
And UlJtwhen It rained cool wine. "
halted beneath the\ the old'man's' embrace and mingled their tears up, replied the deacon, who seemed not a whit from and .rs
r;; J# tI.*>-t which they occasionally ; for a little time its native heaven,

."?..," And when the bonse was builJed. shadow of trees, on the green grassy to rest and of repentance with his tears of pardon. It is disposed to hurry his enjoyment, then taken, home being too pure to dwell on this i

.- ,;' She drank the Lord God's wine- yl oop. The colt took the management of these. sweet tp| be forgiven; but it is sweeter still to for- ,. Burr-r-r-whizz-Trding J ding. I ding!. ding I cold world, The wife, of my 'bosom, and the j

( '* And with n tose-amtb In her hand, halts, and if its tired master prolonged them, give. [The old man spent the pleasantest hour of went the clock. mother of my children, havp", you been, Mary; H.5Hi

f. y il,. Did there to sleep recline. his lifej as he strolled, with Guzla on one side and "Tormented lightning I" cried deacon, startingup side side
".. ... r overmuch, reminded him} of his duty by an anxious "what'ncreation's our hairs have whitened together; by
v ,. "'l neigh. At length the poor little animal's Severirt on the other-each supporting his and dropping"s his pipe on the stove ;' here we grown old and grey headed, and now I '
from hi
'TItt-boy comet journey that?
the woods and
( y,3 wine strength began to fait Instead of galloping or footsteps-back through glades must leave you. Do not weep, Mary,it will bo
led where Is that darling J ?
clock five said
towards the hut where the good f fisherman I I'ts only the striking I"( Sally,
. .a I"t4 jle briagt a wreath of roses trotting,it crept slowly along, pausing ever now tremulously. but short time that I will'leave you remember 1'

and then to look wistfully from the blue horizonto awaited; their return. 'In my father's house are mady mansions; I g o
,1' "Ji And R goblet of coylkg wine- of The jhappy family spent some time together on Whizz! ding! ding! ding! went the dock:, fu, a
.- the face of the aged Boukor.: On the sixth to prepare a place for you,

,. 4 ,He bibles!over the grave monad it conld scarcely move, and at last it lay that spotbut at length the fisherman wished to rioudy, II Exhausted he ceased to speak. The first tingoof
day .
," '.... I lie raged! the sign! down to die. The merchant mourned over it, go back I I to his boat. "Nay," said Boukor, "let "Powers of mercy 1" .cried the deacon, "striking morning was reddening the east, as we drew'
"..' cf rhea not keperate, I will found a city in this beau five 1 it's struck a hundred already.
a snow
"pwre bunches of moist endeavoredto us back the curtains to Jet him see the dawn of another ?

,- .,.11.' ...........'...' "',.And,., a..fb'fiwrr of cooling wine. ,I and make picking it munch them, but it grass would pot Then tiftd.place J, and_ spend u. mj_ m wealth in adorning.n it--A "Deacon Barbezl!I" cried .the deacon's better ; day, As weraised: him in the bed,-and
.": ... a. all ma fortune thither, ana "pouecied half who had'hastily robed :herself raid 'now- .
So he
r to fetch water from : proped him with pillows, we saw his still
/ !** j ; he went a little apart ( a spring, I up
jfi. ..i.i. **' Iewr..t IIe at COIllozoee. il\3bt. the surrounding countries, and came plunging down the staircase in the wildest '
morn's dusk
'. > and behold a tight that filled him with emotion, clear, blue eye, gazing through ,
..., ,Srooer* often wB sugar and coffee at little, if A of wUd horses was careering: through they b :, ,, and called it Boukor Aste-r-the, state I of alarm, "what iI the mattes with the towards ,that spot :where the night clouds fled

COlt for the sake of tedudng trade group of| Boukor and it is knqwn eveqiwtQ this clock!"
:.w.era price, the wilderness and passed near the prostrate City from, before the approach of day.
.piiblc wiides but.we did not know day by the corrupted name of< .
wif colt !they seemed tn a hurry but yet a mare 'Come near me my .

F" """ittjoittTJnj that, the example had gone down observed the faulting thing, and detaching her I has become i I the capital..of.Wallachia.. tit's' been in the family these hundred* years, and I, rome, until I bid you farewell"We .,

through the Tarfoas l grades of retail traders untilthe self camp and offered it suck. Kebir accepted -4 GOOD SCIUPTCBAI* NAi; &.-The Richmond never did I know it to carry on so afore.ttWhfzz knelt at the bedade as ho placed his
dlngl/dingl! ding 1 went the clocks ,
hiMhad butter of regeitablea. gratefully, and when:lie was satisfied,.leaned his Tire}relates the following :: .. hands on our heads. .

//,.,IWiMMytomalfie okra, potatoes cabbages nostrils Against the nostrils of the m.a.re. as If to A gentleman travelling in a section of country gain. 'May they father Almighty, who has supported

,'iff etna f clad oat a mznIn a cart. kiss her or confide his sorrow. They commune whtchi shall bo nameless, stopped at the house of It'll( bust itself!" cried the old lady, shedding me even until now, and kept me in the hollow of s

e &ept'! said a tidy white girl We want some the earth her fondness a flood of tears, "and there woq't be nothin. left his hand protect through life and afterdeath
for a moment but then the stranger beat a pioiis old woman, and observing you ;

i -44 '."*''' at..c.. with'her feetaid: went sway to her old com- for a pet dog, ventured to ask the name, -of the of it""It's bewitched!" said the deacon, who re- re-unite you with your old grandfather i 4 j

) haw many TJbwo who were careering impatiently too and animai. The good woman answered by saying I ; Heaven, at last,' *
? d DeI' worthSDoft't ." 'Y}/( they'.Chenangos t had disappeared. called him "Moreover." tamed leaven of good.o4 fleir England superstition He was silent-I murmured t
fit Fr r iRr is tor in tb.edistan.ee. They that sie '
how said he after
cab- in his nature.MAny 'Dear grangfrther. .
f very tine
-f.4 i .. you want some cabbage went cheerfully along I'lsjnqt that a strange qanqe} ? inquired the l
Thus refreshed Keufr ,
1 tqwards the cltrn But he answered not) his hands fell powerless
__ ,
I" I advancing
.' ''.lJfLa. d....... 'l'. a pause,
until he Boukor! to i the bed from knees.
.d still in the same 11 gentl nett."y on as we rose our
\ into it" '
'. %,i.,.,.' ". ..'... I only, want potatoes. tho borders of the Danube Here,Hating stretcnred (is," sai4 the piqus qld, ud/i- lb.ut- I,thoughtit see,what's" got The sun has just o'ertopped the distant east-
Wt" $ *1 4 better take some. cages-thay. ares out his neck over the waters, 'he Jay down to mu>t be a good one, as I found it |q the Bible. i'Qh, don't, cried his daughter, seizing-one pfh.is ern hill-the lane had jost commenced the his morn- r
... coat Ufls, ;while nis aife''cluA8 to the otherQQn't. jug carol the dew drop glistened on bright
Wfyfrwh. merchant *
; an-1 wajlnfj drawing near, qie ,. grandfather wag
rest leaf; but our own darling
chorusscdbothof the women together. green
...h; 1Kete of the may cat cabbage. 6neau aoek ng the shelter pf* nee, was (glad to, sleepanT .'Ffqq d ii i in tho Bible!" ;quoth the.geptleman.Piray !!: the, d4 deacon, gone.-and fire night shade of woe enveloped our

:"' e6 tr.T 1 ou hero. .nq Idettltotr his fatigues. In the morning'he &woke.I .-' in what part of the :Ciblo did you find JiLet go my raim.entshotted. hearts.

s 1 1j' .. ; f'I ain't afeared of the power of darkness. At. ..... .
lW, 'f1- tyrttooc'}'fag 1\tilJ by hits side, but Kebir it. !. ;I' ; jet old well at Lawrenceburg'
I the deacon out -
E women would not go;so .While cleansing
eat theaHuT.e flftthlng the
.. don'l ,, Bo.t
.. ,...1f1!& w* ; K bwZ b&ddiSap riD ladyttook downier Bible with since two buckets of
nr&Jj tbt ul lows few.days ,
in a
: from the sudcjen
r I and while
two of his coat ,
S; "'l'IfiIM e: kp 10......with-aa4 Pent: only'. Beaker mourno r !thetas qfJ' W* gaideand companion utmpkt reverence, and turning- to.the textj read i slipped out tea h butter :were taken from it, which had remained
:tr 'cesaaticm of resUUrjce\ they ri11 on
; The Press that not
stf Jl8WI- there fourteen says
: years.
bitted He examined: ""carefully the I follows $ '
fl.. **'%e6 11' won't "a 'r, ,'::1.'t ,. lt as. ; ." the floor he=darte4 forward, and laid 'hIS hands withstanding its age, the butter was not lO.strong
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f -'r Bother InqolsJUre.We --. -- Bayard> : Taylor ticular of the unhappy turn which had taken The Future of/ lol"lda. I [From the New OiIrani rInJu.t J := '

'heard a friend relate the accompanying g This young man is fast making himself solid place in his fortunes, assuring her, that if thofact The Milton Courier th /sanguinely and sensuously Serious Difficulties at El Paso., I

and b ; reputation u traveler and writer. produced any change in her feelings towards revels in anticipation of the 6'manirest"destiny" ---
the other day with not little teat to
iicident ,
she had Fight between
He is in Asia on his way to penetrate ifpossible him, she is released from every promise Amerlc&Dlaa.&s> ; i
now "
; fie amusement of a good rainy bystander the inter provinces of Japan. The following made him. And what does the dear, good girl dot of (air Florida: leans-A District AttoraerKlUeH)t .r I

Jumping into an old-fashioned stage-coach last L La beautiful and touching incident in his life Why she takes lamp of pure gold, which her Should,we live to-- he ordinary ago of man, we EL PASO DELNoaiz; Mexico, Julv 22., 1

... month, in company with nine others" to jostle is not generally known. It is copied from. abiographical lover had: sent to her when in prosperity, as a expect to see our State the very "garden of the Dear AWTbi maiT take.yo; nrf,of iSriJifficulties : j!' I '

mOes of unfinished road between Pitts- sketch of him by R. H. stoddanL keepsake, and having It manufactured in a ring, Union" and on our fortieth birth-day to 4tffher to here upon this'frontier. You win Dot be '
over ten forwards it him with the following Bible inscription a bumper of Florida it his.,
Taylor was born at Rennet's Square, Pennsylva- to ; continued prosperity surprised at them been; predicted, for
,: burg and Philadelphia, I vas very much tm used A I,'cm the 11th ot January, 1822, and is .now engraved in distinct characters, on the wine, mellow.with the age of a dozen or more,, months and months \\Varahere. entirely 1$>a a- -1

with the following characteristic dialogue between only SI years of age. Aflerakiag of his tour I Inside: summers, and rivalling Champagne, Burgundayand I do not suppose the, government rites "i,

: a regular quosdon-uking dwoneasternd_ to California,, his biographer says: "Entreat jne not to leave thee or to return Johaimisbergr, and other nectarian-beveragesthat us a thought; they are so busy dealtnr'' oat! ft. .

.. ; a bight beelod southetner.. We wart scarcely> On hit! return to the United States, Taylor rearmed from following after thee: for wither thou guest we yread,ofbut hose seldom really 'tASte. loaves and fishes. T 4,

p Yankee his desk and duties in the Tribune office, will Igo,and wither thou 1Ddgeat, lodge; thpeople We expect to see the Southern Peninsula the From the moment, the California tmigraDta'I<

seated before our began: where he remained till the summer of 1851.- will be my people, and tby God my God; the chosen resort of the health-seeking and the strike the river, they ,commence"losing _'

I 1 I "Traveling Bast I expect!" But meanwhile a chance came over the spirit of where thou diest will I die; and there will I be pleasures-loving, to see its mare than Italian sky hundreds have been stolen from them and e&tUei earned : -A

I : "Y ca, sir," his dreams: the "friend" of his early poems the buried: the Lord do so to me and more also if spreading its rosy tinted canopy over fair cities to this side of the;,' river. At the head of. .

f "GoLV to Philadelphia, I reckonf' "Lfflian of his Rhymes of Travel," died. Years aught but death part thee and me." embowered in their groves of orange and cocoa these robbing parties is the Monies'family of fire

< I "Xo sir." before, they had bethrothed themselves in sincerity The lover idolized his sweetheart more than palm; to stand upon a highland of the peninsula; brothers, protected by:the authorities On the .i'

,., and truth and it was their only wish in ever when he received this precious evidence of and gaze'on the Atlantic, or the Gulf, over the 10th or 12th a man named flavor, the owner of :*
"Oh ah! to New York, maybe?," life.to call each other by the endearing names Of her devotion to him, both in storm and lunahi country blooming with its wealth of tropical 400 or 500 head of cattle, came to this side to- j

I ; "Yes;' sir." wife and husband, two of the sweetest and most We may add that fortune soon again smiled upon luxuriance charming the eye with, its fields of look for some forty head that he hadlosL In his I!

t "''Calc latin to buy goods, I presume?" holy words ever uttered on earth. (the young physician and that he subsequently coffee.phnU, orange,lemon,plantain and banana, rounds he came across seven head in the lower :

air" . For many years the marriage was defered, perhaps I. returned to the North to wed the swee girl he and dotted with the residences of enriched pro part of this town. Two Mexicans were herding .|
INg says Dr. Griswold, in an ''affectionate allusion loved, and who loved him with such anundyingaffection. prietors, and the picturesque groupings of watering them together with some eight or ten head of *

l "Never ben there before, I wot4dn't'..onderl"'No to the circumstances, for the poet to make Nay, more, the happy bride And bride and bathing places. East Florida can be Mexican cattle. He took the cattle, and visa tak-, -1' a

sir, never" his way through the world; and when he came groom"passed through our city not I long since on made all that: Cuba is,.and more-for it will be ing the herders to the Alcalde, when they.'to k :4

"New York is a wonderful place:,' back from California there was perceived another their way to the home of the latter in the gol .. an Anglo-American Cuba. Why not improve to the bushes and could pever be found after. vl;

sir. cause for deferring It-she was in ill health andall den State. Reader, this is all true. Young ladies and adorn "the Athens we have and let Spain ward Mager then drove all the cattle to hia' ..

"Suchjs my impression that could be done for her was of no avail: who read the Bible as closejy) an the heroine keep as long as she may the brightest jewel in camp on the American side of tho river.:7ThV '

Got letters, I expect and the suggestion came, the doubt and finally of our incident seems to hoc/done, are pretty her fast fading crown? Would that governmentwould next day he came back, and was ordered by the. 1

"Yes. air; I am provided with letters of toipeH -- the terrible conviction that she had the con sure to make good sweethearts and better wives. expend the sum they are willing to expend Prefectoto bring all the Mexican cattle to this 't

sutra pa and wand :tm He watched her suffer -2ffte YorinnaI, in the acquisition of Cuba, in the removal town, wliichhedid the next y. and was arrested i

A "Wr = """ yjrri'B.' + of the Indians( and the. building of a railroadtraYening for stealing these and other cattle and throws ..
L .' afoyis thitb..mighi make little withhec xr THE AWE NT CITY. the peninsula from north,to south. into P SOn. lie has had no trial yet I have

If you Vanned. minister to ber ,gently as none could but one .. been led to believe that he would be released;Indeed ,'.
.'I thank you, sir; but I shall not require yourassistance. whose light came from her eyes, he married her; I The Recent South Carolina Duel. the proposition was made by the Prefeeto

." r while her sun was setting he placed his hand in We pulisbed a telegraphic despatch some days to release Haw by his paying $100. That foU ,

This last remark or the polite but received her's that he might go down with her 1 into the since, announcing a fatal duel at Charleston, the like Iwin lIing. It was afterwards! found out &at' t '

and the night \ papers t>f which city have been silent as to the lager was: &man of property, and on the'llta it 1-
stranger was A poser; 'inquisitor' fell. There are not many such marriages;there were nature! of the difficulty. The 'Washington Starol was finally decided that his Case should be. scat
back a moment to take breath and change his boiler since the father of mankind looked
Air never a I Saturday, however, gives tho following particulars to Chihuahua thinking by that means to get .
\ t actica. The half-suppressed smile .upon the into the face of our mother. She lived a few !i :-Sat. Courier. I $500 or $1,000 out of him. The beat of It., "

a faces. of the other passengers soon aroused theYankee days a few weeks, perhaps, and then he cam / "Mr. Lcgare was engaged to a young lady i in : that Mager is detained upon the. evidence of the :t,
back to his occupation; and it was never men who stole his
s men cattle and in whose
very .
to still further:exertions, and he began tioned that there have been any such e-vents'in: i Columbia. Her friends inquired of Donovan they were afterwards found. possession
the character and habits of Lt This iii
again: his life. ,Could the sanctity of private letters bo what was j
After the 17th all
was given
EQC7 AUTT Or FEDERAL RIGHTS AND DETERMINE coming to his ears, he inquired of D. what he had, up ofhavin?
how exposed to the! public his grief and manliness :
not released. The
"Stranger, perhaps you are aware eye Magc-r Californians made a
answered and found that had spoken favorably up par
almighty hard It Is for a Yankee to control his on the occasion would shed new lustre upon of him. But not satisfied with a verbal statement ty to rescue him from the prison. The thing .
his character.: But why allude to these thin gsl talked about
/ was publicly for several .k
curiosity. You'll please excuse me, but I really he demanded it in writing Which was re days; no
'It is the old and sad the beloved have been
story; S T, AUGUSTINE person appeared to pay any attention to it. On 1
fused. challenged this refusal The
I i ... would like to know your name, and residence, dying, and the bereaved have been, weeping/for' Saturday, Angust 27th, 1853. distance Legarc was twelve on Legare fired at the the morning of the 18th, between S and 4 o'clock ,;
/ paces.
I and the buisincss you follow, I expect you.In't them ever since: time...began.. word "one," and missed; DUD vant'fired at"two" the I was awakened by firing In the direction of the i

ashamed of etlhor or em; so now won't you just word and killed his antagonist The survivor prison, and soon afterwards received a message. .;.
Naval Architecture Vessel Coins t Ancient
for the
Agents City. I
from the Prefecto that a part Americans
unskilled in the of the
oblecge mc? was wholly use pistol
Messrs. BISBES A CANOVA, Jacksonville. attacked the prison and had been repulsed and -,
before had to do witha ,,
having never anything
This last appeal brought out our southern
Avery important and successful experiment
dead and wounded
a man had been left
Maj. JOHN BEARD Tallahassee. duel. : the notoriously oa
fiend, wluvrising up to the cxtremest holg on the 5th of July at the arsenal of Legarc, on contrary was the ground, and requested me to examine them- ,J
tiMouriIlon crack shot havin few before the ,
R. T. Born Esq. Pilatka. a a days
allowed by the coach, and throwing back It under the direction of)tie distinguished affair came off; (tin practising,) placed fortp-ei ht I soon found myself on the spot, and,,by the light ,.
engineer Mr. Dupuy de Lome. The following 1ST The above named gentlemen are author
shoulders, replied: out of fifty balls in a card at the word. He became of the day that: was just breaking, recognized in :
details are given by the Totilonnait: ised to receipt for us.FLORIDA. the dead man Elsa Hendrei,'the district
very'nervous for the aUomey'I'
f "My name is General Andrew Washington. I The Eylan, a vessel of 100 guns, the hull of .. on starting ground, of El Paso county, Texas. I had him
and remarked that he felt that he
reside in the ,State of Mississippi. I which the stocks at Mpurillon is finished LEMONS. a presentiment "f
L am a gentleman on nearly would fall, notwithstanding his skill with the'pistol. ately removed,to a room, and afterward seat "
leisure, and 1 am gUd to be able to say has been sawed across its greatest trap S. l WE were presented on Wednesday last, with He,was formerly in the Navy as a Midshipman across the river for burial. Tho wounded man, }

extensive means. I hare heard much of New eras: section and greatly lengthened by letting some of this delicious; fruit by Mr. ABXAC, Collector l from which he was dismissed it is said, for Samuel Hammock, was one of Cot SkQliaan'a : ".
Its after fall back.: It gains by this enlargement '
part mail the ball had
men? his
{ York, and I am now on my way to see it; and U about 700 tons, and sufficient space of this port. The measurement of one was running a sword through i marine. he died in twenty-four penetrated hours afterwards.lungs,, and '

i I like if as well'as: I an led to suspect I intendto between decks to admit an engine of 900 horsepower three inches in diameter and six inches long ; murder Wear-4. Darlen> Ga. The whole town,. was under, arms In two boor* .
it! and the fuel for the development they brought from New Smyrna. -
-luy necessary were They all communication was stopped between thijr tad I'
On last while the Benecla
'Then was hoard a shout stentorian laughter of this enormous force. grow wild along the coast, between.Smyrna and Capt. JONES Thursday, lying at,Doboy Island briy, Georgia, was, the other side; they would! not allow me to crou 'ft
"The difficulty which the removal: of the afterhalf the river without from the *
throughout tho stage coach; and this was the of the vessel, with reference to the forward South Florida. Some enterprising settlers below, engaged in discliarging! ballast! the cook, who is a excitement still continues a ; two or three Prefeeto hundred*.The I'I

last of that' conversation. part which remained immovable on the stocks, are cultivating beautiful groves of Lemon and Canadian by birth, went into the cabin and tooka m< n are drilling every mnrnincr and reviewing I loaded revolver which he found the ;
-II. consisted in preventing too rapid dt.scent-tbo Orange trees. The Pine Apple and Banana are lying on thc Plaza they anticipate another attack. They j4
table and after himself also with bowie !
distortion arming a !
of the sides snd sensible deviation *
a need have no fear the CalifOrnians
"I was walking down the Levee some days also cultivated at and below Smyrna. knife went into the'boat belonging to the bng ; not the
front the axis of elongation which it was : ,
necessary to stand fire. It is said
with a 'colored intending i Surely South Florida is destined to become and cut her loose. The captain and mate who men they all took t)
ego: young gemman, to preserve in order that the central part their heels at the first charge: The Mexicans ..
to send him somewhere with some articles I wasabout wiuchis about to be costructed, may correspond the garden of our Union for the cultivation otropical r were:on deck, saw the bpat as they supposed were prepared for them: Immediately after the _

to pureh' a;. All along. the Levee there entirely with the other two. It was in order to plants ; but our red foe (the Seminole) adrift-the cook having laid himself down it the attack a mob paraded the streets shouting, "Death -
bntoinof the boat that he not .
insure this that M.. de Lome so was seen by
t I are a great number of small retail, or to use the triple result Dupuy will keep South Florida with but few settlers until thsm: 'The mate proposed to overboardand to"the' rinjo. Death to the Yankee.dogs! Let ,
the in jump t
arranged a manner as simple as it
ways us sack the stores and houses:! Let
'-IJSAPfeJf86-l .' ?dune** stores: kept roainl/by,1 was1 Ingenuous: and which succeeded to the cn1STiqicr&tin'g they are farced to leave.. secure the boat. He jumped in the water, '' not an Amen
r DON _. >_.. and after'.wimming? to the t In can ealcapei" _.
I was the act
'usi- fif iuui'attracted ,_ .
habit of stopping the passers-by and aaq ting expcnmeni W '- Every.4mcdcaatisindattgeeofhialifa.Wlaeh "
them to bestow their them I Mourillon. Saturday evening last, a Comet made its himself uVandrpi; ; lng\Ji a loaded! pia to' the ---g-wa5wvecautjes annum VlxuDa.9 ? .
patron My
age upon 'The vessel was cut by a saw and presented .UTippf r n darker was politely'stopped by one of them as the eye only the moatJmpy1! '*''*T *?" Heavens, and is visible immediately e'r- dark shortly afterwards arrested and taken to Darien Y"cr; is still In prison, without any
& pro pect or
-usnv, aniTaslceirif<< jie muM* -alMr -* +r \x9wfvni CUt'l it rom the top of the
where ho getting out that
or Dttts,-or 'somsthing: of the kind' deck to the bottom of the keel The after at an altitude of about 15 degrees above the hor was examined on Friday and committed taken soon I :can sec. The measure, 1,
part, to by the authorities
jail stand his trial and
I "Well," says Tom, "I believe Ill take a hat firmly seated upon Its carriage as soon as the izon. Its nucleus is very brilliant and resembles der. VWe upon charge of mur feet,,JoseSanchushavebeenarbitraryinslheez-, partfdarby the Pre-

_ I want one any how, an' I stout as well git one faftteiiinss down were removed, gently and steadily in size and brightness,a star of the 2d magnitude, have not been able to ascertain the name tienw_ very evident that Mager has not
glided its .
_ here as any whar," "Upon the upon signal being ways.given,. the with a luminous train about 2 or 3 degrees in ef the cook nor of the mate. We are informed '.:atJ a fair hearing; nor is there any pros ptJCt of it.
men began Much
that the
The hats were all tied to work the length. former is quite a young man, probably excitement prevails on Urn tmertdn aide
upon a string, screws, at ,first and
I 411 slowly ... not more than 19 or 20,years of age. A gentleman of the river. All condemn the lawless
hung down from a nail in the wall The more rapidly, and this attempt
half vessel structurethis Col. Pennon'Vlthdra wal.'VID who came from Darien, states that the sai i. the party on the night of the 18th; but they ahi ,
keeper whips out hut knife cuts off. of the a -was seen to separate from lors of the I&Mcia condemn the ( s
r one I its forward part and descend without the least perceive by a communication from thismuch brig report during her passage course 0 tha Prefecto, upon wlwie
d hats, wraps it up in a piece of paper and bands shock and with South the cook proposed to them to mutiny I shoulders' rest the whole blame.

t I It to Tom with profound bow aid satisfied. grin. the place intended stop by the'engineer.the greatest precision' at. Jacksonville respected New citizen, which appears in the last and murder tl .captain and mate, and then to M ger Is in prison, his property In the band
; that he withdraws from the take the brig on a to California. or s ranger" without the
"The voyage prospect or
.' "Dollar an' *UV'; say he.Tankce the operation commenced at eight o'clock in !field as a candidate for a scat on tho Supreme XciBM-. w. beiUJ released. ,

< ," says Tom putting the hat morning and was finished at eleven, without Court -II The death of HenOrei
very Bench. J hw
the least accident and to His reasons, as set forth in his cut& ore.-.-
some exten't. without FrShi the Mobile New. the whole 'I
under his rod off teS '
coolly ann, walking with it the least letter of withdrawal COI11munity.is no jet "
apparent effort'-Battjmore Time ( which is
among an "unwil J/tfura. Elitort how.the
-Since it is matter will eruL
? where generally admit- Rumor
dollar alf :
my an yotThlasted nigger + lingness to become J the Califor.
the ted that
instrument Yellow nians
of Fever
still are
prevails organizing to the
greater to limited
a extent number
cries Moses the hat Contempt of Court. otfi"e hun ;
pouncing upon division in in Mobile, it were high drc4 the river I ,
public sentiment, .in tho choice of Ju : that something in up place M rdiance:: In it.V. t
An .
"Debbnil" says Tom; "did ye nwr see sieh a' amusing incident occurred in a court\ room, dicial: officers than I the shape of a preventive be ImmedIately'adopted also:htar that Gen. Garland ia j
feltowl'A t me if I take a hat, and when I. say some years since, in one of the back counties of in the already exists, &c. &;e.,) are Ja arrest the progress of the pestilence. lie uessillaa. ordered.t o otxPy
){i. oUrf. The court highest Degree creditable to him. Odr
seated We
was and the I
case presume people, relying the
and take do hat and he pn cleanliness and fa.
yes say Jankee, j jump about to be tried. indeed D.
we know; that there did vorable situation, together with .. _
prevail ,
'pon me an' want hU dollar an' 101ft! Uat no Now, his honor the Judge, was a man well with the people in our own County considerable of the atmosphere, have been extremely dilatory purity Purifying the Atmosphere.. "'

"count no ,I how; Fd a Uirowed It away any )how stricken in yean yet he could ride a race*, shoot diversity of opinion the and even careless about the matter. The We received the su8! red article from
on request
rifle of the un-
and question an
but did you d1 ever *&* sick: s teller!",-and off he a shuffle and deal u well as the next Associate officeof made by some citizens to put the "Quarantine !known correspondcm. Similar modes I

he walked apparently a great huff but secretly man! and he who presumed to trifle with the Justice ; as between the CoL and Law" in force, appears as though entirely unno- ing the atmosphere were adopted ot-purill- f f
of the during the
dignity court, on these occasions Judge DOUGLAS and we are therefore ticed by those cholera 1832 '
holding the and
dying to get somewhere where he mjght 'Iroar 1 suffered generally gratified power of applying it; ,as we thought with evident'
some. to the and that good effects
seep cause of that diversity removed now the fever has actually declared itself as the epidemic 1 (
: relaxed
Well as I by shortly af-_ '
,at pleasure. was saying, his honor \\"U"sea.ted,- the honorable course in our midst we find ourselves without tenTards-X, 0. Courier."I
adopted by of a
The Israelite and a case about to be commenced when in one the can single defence from "
however littU its
a destructive
appeared a out didates influence. was once a
voice of -not that it is part o(20OOO1De
thunder the Sheriff a source (joldiers.
proclaimed silence. any particular In order therefore }-
of temper. The breeze, !laden with sugar'' and I There to insure in some measure We arrived at dusk on
was a p&the Judge looked and satisfaction: to us-so far as'our the of Saturday in a town of
over personal, as well& safety our inhabitants we '14,000 or ,
recommend 15,000
mbtassoX reacted an additional load as (it passed saw an old gentleman who had not that inhabitants ; there existed a
yet uncover political feelings towards a subscription be immediately kind
CoL of
by him,which just dropped off as it passed by ed his head. The court could not brook such cerned PEABSOX are con- citizens for the of got' up almoner, the 300 or epidemic; the next Monday we had over
f to have him abandon the purpose buying up "Tar" and our men sick. It
m.e, ,n4) which, mustn't be repeated toearspo* disrespect to his dignity, and his honor :called would canvass-he "Pitch" sufficient to unn1u. .. ., every ohm :.. .h. the inbsbitAntll. .... ,,_ .t._ _-r'wu:_,growmglianJcr. on.
.U ilL...' out in an authoritative tone. -, we are convinced." hv-- iwr---.i."M,..... ... -h.-....."/' city, say one barrel to- a h1 tht-ihb; ; ---- '- -I ann.. 01 a n.sw ferment
: Mr. Sheriff remove that old gentleman's some vote in SL Johns. burned
j I haL' every night for the space of two weeks. Than-)
1! East Florida, has'now our Tar and Pitch are b th resinous
I YevfJfbrewd at That functionary who had neighbor of the substances.drawn 00? r a man of little merit
until stood from as a 1OIdier.
There lives not a thousand miles from Qothan T now in "J\T\ o," well remarks but pine or fir, and are calculated to impart but not to be
A a corner> nlng"apon his rifle, stepped up and, ; one candidate for rity to P n- surpassed u an adminIstrator, la ,
.. ,. a dealer In small wares,wooae greatest fear, is knocked off the o ender'shat with that murder. the" Supreme Court.- In adverting to this fact, i they tljff':1SOlIenee} any' atmosphere from the find healthful odor air consultation that evening, proposed to shake the .'
we by
: i l' of being overreached lie goes without, milk in ous instrument, whereupon Mr Badger, (Badger fee .trusts (he says,) that fie may not be considered ments the: purest and roost always healthy locations pine settle thirteen reputed discharges ota.rtmery. w. bad

'.1 i his coffee, in,dread of buying spoonful, of .Croton qed was it the upon ofiendeijsnameseited his bead loudly the hat and clip-. sectional," for intimating "that it is no more the fact that the air being so strongly impregna from part of the pieces town",which; on Fridal.p is y eel all night ihatMft ID e!WI
exclaiming ted with
and never pays for a newspaper, lest it 'Judge-rmbald!' than fair, that our section, should have one Judge smell issuing from the trees that is were none or tow new and the sick Andinr
impossible for
i Should not be published to the end of theyear... 'Mr..Sheriff,'said the Indignant court, 'weln, on the Supreme Bench" We do not think that limit of its power.any impurity to exist within the all themselves Jess per,, the artillery played

His little shop is without gas for he has no faith struct The you again to remove that hat such a charge, would in the present case, be just; To the above observations I would tUlts dart and at intervals, and bSuuda7 the .
order I the
'I i ,I lathe metre, and he even dips,his own, candles c sooner done than was Mr.immediately Badger replaced executed the, and bat,no -for while we fuUrassent to the proposition,! special attention ; It is true they are given request for nwhady Ido aotnmember soldier were itit deUveJedfrom was in the!

to insure that they are ail tallow Inane thing his own bead a second time, again insisting that on that rich attainment and ripe erudition In juris what they are'worth ; should any one else proPone '15-thi. is true to'the bat word. I am 18U now or a j

,he is liberal; he makes large purchases of counterfeit h, was bald. prudence, are considerations of primary Impor- shall a more certain preventive to the fever I very 'old manMy name Is ot tcbaiWe imp<<.

detectors and buys an extra. If there are The offender Judge now waxed warm,and rising tunes, in the selection of incumbents for our high carrying cheerfully it out, join but in with the my fellow citizens i in tance logo before the public, ?'" potul>1 car,
In his absence .
up seat, ordered the clerk of a better asFiat
to ,
any whispering' of a broken bank. A neighbor enter Judiciary stations and should measure I claim for
fine of five dollars, for a contempt of court and give preference my plan the particular attention .
of his was imposed upon. the other day, with a to be committed until'the fine was paid without regard to the local habitations of candi! of every thinking man, which I shall unhesitatingly Caught by au. Alligator.

bank note which had been ingeniously altered Mr. Badger was thunderstruck He deliberJ dates; we are not less strong in the belief that thest of endorse by subscribing to the far The Galveston News has the following account

from 'Vase'1 to "AYe )" and our dealer.!wi :beenon atd half dotter Walked before up to the honor bench, and laying own r a where these qualifications aw. equal in_ aspirants my means. ..< .. .. '. JULLUT. or Texas a most: painCqI occurrence ** Orange awsat J.

the watch ever since for fear of similar tin : in a solemn manner for office, there should far Ixoxxious: EscAPE ...
pa thus gave his views. as as Is Practicable or A Paooxxs.-Jas.Dunn "e ..
sition. 'The other day a young girl from thocountry 'Your sentence,Judge, Is most.ungentiemanlr be an equal distribution of the State Judicial hon- a convict at Sing.Sing, N. Y., on Friday last, ef, from Sabine have Just Pass learned from hir c. c. Dartb.
stepped into hs! but the law is imperative ors, the fected his escape from that institution that about ten days, s
little store, and purchased and I reckon 111.tand among different sections of the Stateand in a very small girl, ten old

a pair of stockings, oSeriog s a one dollar note &? here owed II four Wt when, and the four dollars and a we hope to see this principle carried; out-at dix ingenious rubber manner.he nude Procuring an some strips of In! or Hr. Solomon I years Sparks,, Yfng's at ter the, tia mouth thinks cr
you me we air-tight tube
I ) in payment The old maq eyed the girl so sharpJy poker this morning just makes stopped us plating a. at the approaching election. Let the Elwin be feet long, to the end of which he attached some six: Old River, Orange county, was caught by as >alligator -

". thai her lace became suffused with) Washes -- .. ogre judiciously, but'at the same rim; impartially be- of the same material, shaped like a duck. a Man bag or th M she was wading out to'sather the nnt i

: /f'fed: this was to him, an acknowledgement Pretty ,J.cltle.1. ItoWed. aging to dud his keen-, _hA, N.mA 1ft ...- -__- pond lily said most harrihrJ' matil<c-.
of Both
... where he threw off and v v WMI nrer, her arms and both her legs were bitten off
w beard his
+a -nut. & little secreted
g ., incident the other clothing, and by pieces .
day which WI cannot: Lost Child:: Pound: with his new life-preserver andlnDowed; b J the affieator! until
K 'How dare offer =e thin I' he asked to help ?rolsUng. d 1 A at the bottom plunged, In and when her body was I left limbless
you an lad y from the South, it young corresp t of the SaY&QD&h kept one eM or'the tube In !, of coarse,l liAl l eaol 'j
wu NNI his This
angry tone, *I thought it was good,1 she replied, % a youthful ph,1itb.D wooed and '&om (', hattetFlorida.; writinl mouth' the bag meanwhile floating occ1imd pear the residence 01 Mr v Spark*. t
UrinJ under on the A&
:. tisaW1 r.:, 'What .U the matter 'with it P asked a.liy.stander '' 'm the engagement was made the doctor California l July is, gives and account of the ftCdyf9 date or and supplying ,him ,with air In this surface he shot soon and as his the alarm"y wu given,, the ,was t
ofa. way
who had been attracted the *ckving, saaxptaf 3 at was. lost child, some 12 years of age who had passed the prison docks and had proceeded found body was opened, Wb rai ere was :
s by dispute J.1 had not Te7t San JVandsix absent from her been half a mile down the about not only the limbs ot the iu:. '
e stream-to
; St looks: like a. genuine note.' wt 'DtoitwJo monft. however, her father. Mr. when,his pipe giving Colyer's dock, victim, but also a part or ap&JrAtnntilfi i&
Investment way, 1r*
't.an Ii s forced
I 'yQestisae enough/ said the shopkeeper, Eli entire This, event came: u e lost his or 90 soles ashore, where he met a crowd of 'to swim with*pocket book in the pecks; coniamin soar

taco crimson with but see ahoqJd h cast ,1& reduced, wu them that people, and informed money. The pantaloons were. supposed Jotfflfcftrtnuttt
passion, don't you ?- j U ha 11'1I ruakm some one bad stolen his ,
dabta'ha read l to on seeing her til and I left,them in clothes, to a man who had been
bride. What DOt.lone xnge droin
ItS a CM ALTKftED IHOX A TWETTT' f-&, ,T.: r'.7'11,.. aD honorable &Qd ebiral does lie dolt 1. like him. A little g the last that has pursuit been heard of the, thief' ; which was 'Jh.rold RiTer. .
row fallow o him. '
*/ is he u he lened'for so twenty of was .
snits down 4.
salad writes toe age, had Bene ,
Commtrt&f IIdt'mr P'f. IUiraeu1] I1.I.- .I finement, and.was at the time of one term of com Br It is difficult to obtain allots at Kev

sentence, for fife. ..- escape under, York for New Orleans*'.In conscqutnca. of 1M

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""i Uj'I lr', 1F A Haa Restored toXIfe afer Burial : Administrator's_' .oJ I,c.e.- --. -'- has held Iti..' nionl"iht ) .

F I >w pabetter for Tea Mouths. _,._,-'___'_4',_ J &: 18'"HEREBY GIVEN, that in four agencies ofthe Matsfia! 1% edfca, lift be found worthy, .
tIo ".,. cotton The subjoined extract fa translated from .the -To the from this date. I;will apply, by petition o'( ondeubyc experience.' ;t .10.
D1"f Ac, Chan feather Paris Swwal tf which ; "' 11. Judge of Prate of St. Johae County, Af.U-ewius.tlto.e'Wbopemlttn tire emptoymeriV .
._ the\ baa quotes asIU The to sell the heal Batate of Elizabeth C1ar riLe Ana toleration of other alcoholic mediciues, as tinc
CIMDOt faflto anUuritj i& very remarkableIwok publishe3 t ..bilin..-&, and especially those.who prescribe :
I b .w' ._. ffanjaiafe by Mr Osbeme an EngHgh efficet on his return ER aad for other Barposes.'beven'cia! to the heirs, 'Gla trader any clrtnmstances.mnst- lit unite ia giving

0 OJ rfoettott, what-an imj from the ceurt of RnnjestfBg, In India. We must 'Or devisees' hereof* preference to a' pure article over the manifold .
pectfully adulterations rife in the Wolfe -
so market. aIr.
.4 be to furnish R."B. CANOVA. u.
W reqaired ,
fjjtwmtiy *ttel There are also add that General Ventura,. w'ho'wu one of Aafostine.. A1IIUI,13, 1853.NOTICE. liberally-supplies pbysicisns with a sample bottle for
; the witnesses 'analysis and trial, asset forth fn his -circular and .
is &e Upli.-d States. of this extraordinary transaction, :St. J
, ..
iiith,id; n mattress, testified to the correctness ofthe statement when I stakes tire reputation the remedy upon the in o,1
t and
safety efficiency of his UotTand Gin.when
i=. weBia mjulrt 550,000; he i The WEEKS from this date I shall apply to .
subsequently visited Paris used under medical advice and pledges, his, own :1
Hon. G.
7 th United States Patent Of- Mr. Osborne say "On the 6th of June, 1838, B.LT County of St Humphrey Johns for Judge'of letters of Probate Admin- character Lusineps that the Article will not ditapr' ,
M.t 9 poinianywhousefl. 1 1I
, the aetony of our life in camp was agreeably didate {to .
terms of Mr. Robert.bqj on the Estate of Alexander Solana late.
At JIPeet I '
interrupted by the arrival of an individual who had of Jhe County deceased [From tie New York Express, Oetoltr 46 1653..i) '. 1

.iaetbo icYe ioD was ftrg acquired great celebrity in the Pen The port JAMES B. PONCE. MEDICAL LIQUORS.hi .t

ofp&tents. I have natives regarded him with great veneration, on Atgustine, August 4, 1853. OWL common I presumewhh many others of the I I I
.1M Us account ef the facility he possessed remaining We! irdfesshn. 1 received some few months sincea :'
6ttU to
a. a* practicability
I With view-to test the buried under ground as long u he pleased, and DENJ FOR SALE. a circular addressed 'To Physcians throughout die !
i then reviving again. Such facts : United States." by Mr.dolpho) Wolfe the -
". I extraordinary AVE A LIKELY NEGRO GIRL seventeen impor- ,
prepared, accoris eti '
were rested in the this r22 Beaver street inviting chemi
iij he patent small bed country concerning man, old will be'sold at private sale. al'edicaland 'f
, and so Court. e,1'tXllntination new article Holland Gin.manufactttnd .
testified their i
' many respectable persons -.
Its al9DtuiiJaaWied to R. B..CA. OV A .
71L authenticity, that we were extremely desirous of 6 1&8. Agt. by "himself,a .H hi dam.in "Jl llnndby a '
Lfr sttflfiedAtthe cotton matSSiStlsrtetnry seeing him; for Instance, Capt Wade, of Lodhiana We peculiar process, and rib! up for medical&. -

respect to wool, hair, ,Informed me that he bad himself been the T/1X & JTIVI undrr somewhat Dutch fill.'of"Schiedam Aromatic: .
5.wml ether Sdfid of &ttress in at the present Schnnppa' The chfcular'tlaims! for this; article un eminently ,
j Hpert to the Commissioner or General resurrection of this Fakir, in the pre .onejthe. receiving the State and County taxes for superior degree of purity. aroma*flavd>;'and

It fa Vb nuik among the inven sence Ventura the Rajah, and several a year 1853. The first day of October tnedicinalefficaey, and offers nor-ovei. a gratuitous :

I S&1 r. horn the nature of tha mafitfsc after men distinction his interment among had the natives, and that" State ait is the last day for keeping the 'Assessment supply out to any'physician who may feet dispO8e.il .
uted *
mattresses are perfectly several months. : open, and will after that day proceed to to teat thete claims in a scienrit'c and profeikiocmmunnet.
The following are the detail which were given July and advertise for of'taxes. '
non payment I
and from the .
I .. = man- him of the interment and those that he added on I R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ft Belnx familiar Viih( three tract in Yelati = tb in the construction ------ -- ex-
I <
: ..r .Ita ( his own authority ct the exsajnation. The Tax Assessor and Collector. use Holland Gin II a medicine,nanv-Iy :first, tka't
and soft-
i elasticity ;
JltJj" "At the end of some preparations which bad bf Augustine,July 80th.Administrator's. when pore it is absolutely invaluable,and "not to be
I I.". patent claims lasted several days and which would be too exchaffgrd for ray other remedy known. to the >pro- .
'.e !1 fjB with mattresfeiMttMi tedious to enumerates the Fakir declared himself candl :./ Notice.. ? feadda la many complaints,both dfSJe and cbronie i 8' 1, ii W' t1!
tbeoe of fettherf, wool hair, ready for the cxpenmcnt the witnesses met a- Court;. LLPFRBONd having jtzt*.demandseginsi secondly that amid the multitude! oriJl made or sdu'l- ;, ,

t staterkl and from 50 to 75 round a tomb mason-workconstructed expressly October the-estate of Elitabeth l. Clarke widow i4 the terated liquors wttii whlclj) \h'iS Cflnntfy abounds, a

it. TbU it certainly a mat.kiMo to receive him. Before their eyes the Fakir Joha D. Clarke,late of St. Johns PoamtyDe' purr Holland' Gift is scarcely to be dbfatrfed n.any

; The pattt'ftt needs only'r. closed with wax (with exception of his mouth) The art B rrby -called upon to present them pi ; and thirdly! that the radical \1ritif'l'ehDt
._ aad an engaged in the produc- the apertures of hs! body through which air delay to the undersigned. Those nqt pre*. inferior or i7purlutis gin consist fll'lt,%( ie bydrateaoxide '
rje Bo&cture of cotton, should be might be admitted; then he stripped off all his within the time prescribed by law will be of Amyh a .pow mona oil. more commonly ..
tz H pfcirotibe the ingenious patentee.V .- clothing. He was then enclosed in A linen bag I barred. known aa Potato ;srfifit Ftitasel oil, or Amilic Alcohol :
Ii that stimulate prodigiously }nnd.secondly. of the heavier of the two essen
V way and J>y his direction his tongue was turned back SOCIATE R. B. CANOVA. Admr.
And in where tial oils ofJunirr, Instead 'of Hie lighter-which impurities ,
t I fir cotton quarters to'enclose 16th, 8wks
the his :
so as entrance of throat ira- election ,
; result from the o7
rfcts been demand before. : mercenary system
aay. medi&tet1aner this operation, the Fakir fell intoa FICOLATA FERRY> excessive destination ofthe Materials! employed- 5

UjfiifinTnnfr1 Ttrarcllag. lethargic state. The bag which tlnt ned him The J. DURRENCE, the proprietor of this I resolve. to accept of Mr. Udolpho Wolfe's challenge-! v'

a prs.Woriiie4cnMondsyofafeato1N was then closed. and sealed bv the Ralah. This Judge S ferrY. has nrocured an entire new act of and 'put_his "Sc it lIm' Aromatic .Schnapps". !o the
.If femtksmother and daughters sack was then placed in a wooden box, which cial: -'and constantly keeps a- sufficient i --nftmber of test (It rijtiu nnaursts. And I was induced to'do thiAnotwi'hita'naIng
was locked with a padlock and sealed. The box The and
'proprietor's long standing
character to pass descrip'ion across
xtraordinary we nev- every
people! I
was lowered Into the tomb, over wind, was .Sohus River without delay. reputed respectability lion importer because the purity -
ed The females are of Irish birth .
r." thrown a great quantity of ,earth, which was he now .- from Su Augustine to Newnansville Is ol gin above that of every other spirituous li- '
d 20
... years respectively.! They trampled down and then with final employed in medical practice, Isjpf the most
sown barley; July repaired and by the attention Messrs. (torleu quor
York from their another
-. KJ. ly, setincls were set to watch it day and night and others, it will be constantly kept in vital consequence to the community inasmuch as It .
represent to us) fire weeks ago all these the ;ir. subject to-two distinct causes of pernicious .Iruptfrity S
notwithstanding precautions, Rajah \V rrp .
4' 'They came alone, the remain- e namely the inferior oil of Jiinjper as well all
still was suspicions he came twice during the ten smelling between Tallahassee and St. ;
haTing arrived nd settled near months that the Fakir remained buried, and the .* by gassing through Picolata instead of : the Fousel oil 1 found, moreover,. \h Vt Aroma.

,.. eetsieara1ncc. caused the tomb to be examined he found the date { ,or Palatka. will save more than thirty Schnapps" strongly recomende by a physician au3
.. Wt be ship which brought them : Fakir had left him; and the aid find a mack better Road. writer of no leuiuflcence than Dr. D. At,Reese-,of
-Isif fed left about seven dollars in money. cold precisely'and inanimate.as they perfectly are BOW permanent biddings on both sides the New York Medical CazeSje. and by many tl

.hIpa.u b to transport them to this city, ida, *, t ferry for '.be accommodation of travellers. the most eminent members of the profession who I S
"The ten months
strangers, they resolved on having expired they proceeded D.J. DUnUENC. bad no reason lo suppose had obtained any other .
hr II they could UiinVng possibly to the final examination. General Ventura T .,9th, 1853. I than empiracle evidence of its pharmaceutical purity
kre to ride and Captain Wade saw the padlock opened the sent and value I therefore resolved inform medical
an OTerf1 j
m& The mportanlty Cret three seals broken and the chest raised from the tomb. ) DOllat, Land Warrants men at least fi-rthe, sake oflftfl'UbHc.t larl ."orth > I "
days they -
The Fakir was removed; there was no indications SH results of my inte.ligation..I.elher they proved fa- .
afeM fcfty miles a dsr the fourth day lIE SUBSCRIBER will pay in cath the hIghest
ofthehertor pulse. In the top of his head next Warrants. vorabre or otherwise to the cliarttter tf. the article
market for Land
train about price "
m a freight thirty milea
ana the interest of its .
there remained some slight* sensation of: beat. M..R.ANDREU. proprietor.
j After first his in natural Those rertl: are as follows: Searching 'first for
placing tongue a position, ,
eeotioaed day after day, stopping' and then pouring warm waterever his body, he Augustine, June 80,1853. the oil Juniper by distillation I obtained an oil, .
|jojlrj leases for fool, and to rest over from two quarts of the liquid, whose specific gravity ,
began to evince some signs of life. Aft.er.t. o F i
of the places they were refused hours he was quite restored, and walked about & THE PHYSICIANS OF TOE was, 832and. whose boiling point was 313 degreer, y
at others they were treated hu- nor did successive redistillation yield ny oil of greater
tt. This wonderful man is about thirty of ST.ZTV OF F&ORIBA.
kept the TSiway track from years age, gravity, or of any other kind whatever. The '
his and his has
tip to Albany theoce to Buffalo figure unpleasant, countenance J CELEBRATED SCHIEDAM ,AROMA same quantity nT common Holland Gin, so called

*Mto Hay tested two days and then start- a cunning" expression. Tic SCH2TAPPS. yielded an excessive amont by redistillation,of oil 4
d 1JIi titer walked to Dunkirk, thence toUevels&id 110 says that he had delicious"dreams during E.m.G it unnecessary to remind any weighing 0,871 with the boiling point of543 degrees i i :

Mtsod and so anxious were they to his interment and that restoration, is very pain regular member of the Medical profession of the .the lighter oil having previously passed over., Thu j .4

Irtauk. that they passed through ful ta him. bed Medical Drooenirs of cure Holland Gin. was conclusive the superiority of Mr. Wolte's gin

I .thai" thII dt A Novel 'Encounter.. ,ny diseases of ropvical tendency,1 resptfcifally ia relation tot hi oil Juniper,upon which the aroni.>

t "at Spring Valley, on the Uttie Miami your examination to very superior articl-, flavor,and drareticsnd medicinal propel tie.ohnrf
1 they of During afternoon lately several of Mr. Rose'smen by myself exchuirely l afSchiedam iu kind ol. gin essentially depend. _
I sunday morning requested
who in that As the Foosel oii with which all
were together to inft"rioupuiIU-
gen by a to own factory. >
Feller to ride to this process peculiar my
4 permission and city tlemen's stable.yard, in Pitt-street becamq spectators I II iii''r. flavored and medicated, not by the cotamoa oIiuorsare, more )r tes Imp related,a&d which
Iiie tf&ir' case, recent tramp-satteSA of a singular conflict the issue of which .i.TIlE II I I berry, but by the choice botanical variety of reode/s them poisonous in the exact ratio ia which _
1 th* truth he generously ,.was the signal defeat and death of one ofthecombatants. Aromatic. Italian Juiipei.erp', whose more thty.ere imbibed- which caues such liquors to in* ;
: in hotel and brought them to Ci dn.t A "clucking" hen was busy at TERJ u. extract is distilled and rectified with its spirit- toxicate when others d o not,and creates that morbid

4 T47 *57 that they asked conductors of work upon the hill, and had pursued her scratChing or. solventand thus becomes a concentrated tincture insatiqble appetite for undue indulgence, with all' Iu

...peI't'"twOD to ride and were in every vocation for some time when a plump sleek the ite flavor and aronis.Iiogether transcendent, deplorable consequences,. of which the friends of

.1'IIaNd. skinned rat about three parts grown presented Jl I .cordial and medicinal properties,to any Holland temperance and philanthropy so justly complainmetead -,
kt coming through nearlj,000' his whiskered face at a neighboring hole and heretofore known. of that sa.iety and fastidiousness oaitefor

_LarsBny track, excepting about eighty after reconnoitering for awhile :"ventured forth the iuftu olioftrriorditiilliitions with which which the drinkers of pure liquors ire distingnthed*
.nHiVi! they rode, was thfrty.oncdiysanul a in search of food. Dame Tattle,viewed his presence U' market is now flooded, physicians find no little of this fetid, ecriil, asthmatical Fottse oil, 1 found ffd
Mffsfeftrodsys. This was travelling, onMMMfe %, in procuring a good and pure Gin,, which trnc?ln Mr. Wolfed medicinal gin although I repeatedly -
in the her domains pers', ,
upon tested raHoUs! f it with the I
quantities t>
altwt with confidence in beneficial
about thirty miles per day-a feat can prescribe I,
ceased her and ,) .
scratching operations preparedto ger
ksptW for women, but we nave every '. As In'lmportor of twenty years standing) in chloride df calcium by the usual process, which so
MM* t fcefiere it true. Their names are Han- dispute the rat's ngbt to feed upon her terri- ces jof cIty or New York. and possessing a matured ex readily detects and obtains M in the trdinary spinta- .
the old feudal lawwou1
torn probably thinking in the manufacture of HOLLAND Gin elptdI oas liquors j SAtcordittgl
iafcMse ksMMary Doaohue md they aearElm.are stopping Their hold good in her,case, that "lie marjake cr. I ,I beg to submit to-your attention my AaoMATic ). I feel bound lossy thai I regard this .

oa Front street who has the power, and he mar keep I Scaium as onj which cannot fail to gin IS being in every respectpre.enun.ntly .pure>
4Mi v*Kriog in Covingtoo.-Cix GctutU.WMXavReUre of fic I and ol medical It is indebted
With outspread wines and look n your utmost expectations,and I shall! be happy deserving patronage.
(Strom Boslaess.iloiBrt mination, her ladyship made a sudden e 2l5 I {forward yon a bottle of it,(tie of charge,in '0- '0. its superiority, I doubt not, to sound and select
upon the enemy, and, with a well directed,peak, to a letter intimating your readness to accept materials,and to that peculiarly accurate method' ot
it erj mw sets out In life with a detertealMH inflicted a severe wound upon the back of the in- Va distillation which leaves the hedvierand hiss Volatile

Wham certain sum has been accumute truder. Smarting with pain, the rat turned upon red It is now scarcely one year since I have prepared essential oils both of the barley and the berry,behind
*>*, Mrs from the cares of business and the dame and forthwith a life or bri distributed mf tfcBicpAX Gin exclnsivelf for in. the still, This alo is sufficient account fir the. ,

jsjgr the ..t1ae of his days "etUi cum dig- ; death courageous battle ensued-peck, for bite and bite for .. purpose; yet within that biief period, I refined aroma of this above other ginsbntin regard
mmt," T&s M of sonny farms and rural re- the order of the The beak received numer letters, both from physician to the special qualties of the Italian Juniper betsy>
before peck being day. its of which the manufacturer peaks in his circular,I
art ever him unfortunately, patients, testifying to really extraordinary
of the hen fen "fast and furious the rat's
far SMB tat KM courage, when required sum upon "II ia Gravel!,Incipient Dropsyand affection of have no chemical knowledge nor wherein its lighteroil
httkuft obtained, to be content and retire. In carcase and finding himself coming off second "I Kidneys sod Bladder generally;also in Dyspeptic differs 'from that of the Juniperuq communi*, I

.f;tm.yetr aew tastes hare been acquired best, be sprang from the midden) but the plucky dri d when taken in. proper quantities as a Diet find thai the pure oil ol both,polarises,to the Jeft,and

'aitiVWiAtt added to the humble catalogue dame pursued and again seized the fugitive when ., and especiallyat dinner is (found, uniform yiilds, with hydrochloric acid a liquid camphor.-r*
iWihteoameacedUfe The rural retreat the latter instantly turned and inflicted a savage to be efficacious in, the most This Acid being ia the stomach as h princitnl coma
." with coach bite upon the old lady's ornamental comb completely 111$ cases, em1fnd the best of the usual reme ponent nf the galtricjaie robabl,create this material -*
111M. sttbsrbaa residence, severing that appendage in {.. The I ? I have failed to than temporary relief fiom the oil.and renders it the .lcabledif
a*1 bUe k. and a few thousand more ben, however, nothing daunted, followed up her I hate no doubt that it would yield similar results stimulant (or which it was formerly, and will,proba-

MI1M9CM eeuirv. Bo he goes toiling on, success, and in a few minutes, the luckless! .'rat -r.-------nrinn end certain__H_____* .in_ _Your-- own- .-- .nrofruinn.------. bly.againberenowned.- .
-IIi1JI.Yllha wfrIen1n'ind extending he push- -
as lay at her feet an ''&piece of day,'when 1. 1 consequently regard Mr. ,Wolf "Schiedam
." Us wsy on to competence and for- chuckle returned to the dunghill, uttering as she 'Ii The Aromatic Schiedam Schanpps is put up in Aromatic Schnapps" as a valuable accession to:oof i

DthgU tlU time ho forgets that be is strode across the yard, triumphant '' ." ie bottles, pints and quarts neatjy covered and pharmaceutical agents, to say nothing of its comparative -

-that his capacity for enjoyment The who had been highly amused ics with my name embossed on the bottle, also, innocnousneas lo those who use distilled Ir
ilK contracted everyday-that his with spectators the ,then examined the remains or the di fac simile of my signature on the label and'my seal. qours as a beverage.. To persons traveling ia the
are becoming confirmed in bus- it )the cork with an essay upon its properties.UDOLPHOWOLFE. Hoothwest, where the best water frequently) produce
and to their astonishment was ascertained
m tiMt when he doe muster up* the rat, the distressing and sometimes even dangerous effects
and effectual badbecn the
MM to yield t& place fa the business world that so furious 10 Importer 33 Beaver street New York. upon pTeoru unaccustomed to them, I should think
that the "varmint's"legs .,
mortal onslaught of Dame Tattle p' I it would be a good precautionary proviwon, ID* a
7NPreubeIthoutu unhappy had all been broken in the conflict'Pr *0nChronicle. an i Extracts from the New York Medical Gazette and counteractive or preventive of those effects,when
Wfetviij Baeet oa a summer's day. all { of Health edited by D- M. Reese ). D. mixed in moderate quantities. At all events, it i* r
Jfcfenit4 k UUowonandlerof London, 1 j 4-'_ _" L. D.,775 Broadway, October IsL 1852: the purest possible article of Holland Gin,heretofore

** huq ao heavy upon his bands on the lookout among their fruit trees for the en our last number we accompanied the publication physicians., ,

_ hi wW to hare a rndtin day once a week, appearance of1 caterpillars, as they may have ci I a circular on this subject from'Our (ello -ciliuD, i t'ID.L.Ma.1'T,M.D..

-.bise outdlca for amusement HeedtiwtB overlooked the toat t rings upon the twigs duringthe in| Wolfe, Esq., wi'h a bnfe commentary-ex Pharmaceutical Chf'm lt. .

plln a r l1ie to 1&1 in winter and, spring. There are two easy ways ing; of our own views. Since then we have June, 18tia, 3m.. ,,.
a taste for readjre of destroying,them one la by placing a small vit gs emp'01inlthlt agent and thus far wi'h favora "

_ Ii. 1iN. ".. ,bk Bamd as wen as his charge of powder in a gun and firing into the ter results. Bal we are in the receipt of several Professor Alex. C. Barry's Trico

.. &c mrpdte ofa life of leisure. His nest, and the destruction of the catterpiOar is .ari' n. on the subject, (rom medical men, ) on MEDICATED .COXPOVKD, (or'
.. bad been to make enough to retirer complete. Another way is to swab (hem
.eating to provide PODMthing retire : burning fluid land then setting the fluid on fire, Schnapps is very extensively in UK, and Strengthening the Hair, Relieving1 diseases oftheJ.
I Either of these is effectual In our own garden,. the hands of physicians. is proving itself as a Skin. Caring Rheumatic Pains.arid Healing Exter
I C diuretic to be eminently successful, after .Wounds.. Bounded lines
ftIIIt aai&IOes CIa hops to enjoys pleasa&t examine the trees carefully to find the by no geographical .
we very
with had been tried in the
medication this intent reputation nf BAB&T'S TaicornEKOca
M. of h1a who hU Intel- and picking them pervade
=: .tq days ,little rings containing theeggi, Ia. Ia one ofthe cases thus reported,abdominal the Union. The sales of the article of late yearshare
., -. eajojrasat always at command.' oft we avoid the appearance of the &'Jar.In .- ith. has been cured and the*necessity of lapping increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belief.
Irtitled with a comforhpes.505 some way Jet these pets bo destroyed. 2:, ; and in another distressing ease ol granl, Professor Barry after a careful examination of w-

aad leave the cares ofbusiaiMriiiaiioffifeIf Paper. called has been entirely removed by the passage sales' book. finds that the number of bottles d.tiler- .
can before heM -ii.II. tha I a calculus ol considerable size which is ascribed ed to order. In qtiautitfes of from half gross upward
r "111 SSI tbWTWrtly habituated to a certain SlqNS.-Th. first sign of a man growing, 014Is be : the use of only two bottles of this article. during the year 1852,was within I' trifle of '"

to4ififtl8 froa wh1 b. or to leave in- when he i ia asked Jo stand godfather. The in. We know not the object of air Wolfe design :. 950,000 .,-

j -t tIIIIIIrt or tappbesa, would only make first sign ofa{woman ,crowing old is when she his preparation by singularly uneophonious It is unnecessary to present at length the evidences .
_ tad ntektCd.-Yew OrUax gives up the habits of spreading her thoughtsover sir "Schnapps,"nor of his denominating in hit.dert of the wonderful'properties of the Tricophe-

a dozen sheets of letter paper. The first lemeat 'concentrated Tincture of Jum rous when ,the puplic have furnished such sn in J

.a-- sign of a boy/ becoming a man is when, -to purchases r,"instead of perpetuating ill ancient tittle of(Hol dorsement as this. The cheapness of the article
?sR&e, .tee if iSwiu.-The **AriefeBolEg a second hand razor. The first sign of a ad Gin. It ii true that he a1m'lda to be nothing sad the explanations given of iu chemical action .

LN. : "Ktria Jauze wife Ctrl becoming a woman is when she begins to than the latter article ia its'pare' state,unadulter- upon the hair,the scalp and ia all eases of superficial

.. IT&ms .tare.da ego to talk about {he personal appearance of young ted by noxious drugs; and-heoce he contradistia- irritation, first recommended It lo the attention
_ ,-.. taking bcr chid with 'gents. i iI i is from Gin of commerce,neailyall of which, of the people. This Wis all that the inventot des

AI at ee ebs .. a I a Iud and a i is well known is manufactured. here and rise- sired. Every bottle advertised, iteelf. The effects j.

_ "aadftmsTOtegatbcr. The repr'1t45 :: I, from inferior whisky sad refuse drugs. The 'o! the fluid exceeded expectation It acted like acbana. '
eater her mottth, bat not being he has given it,I 19 wever,may serve the purpose The ladies would'not be without H, Goad- S
bee neck and -1 : his article as prepared"exclusively for try dealers in every section ot the Veiled State _

_ wI 1iIIoo1t. made ere.. cfical purposes, and thus commend Ii to'physician found they must have it; and thus was built an f .-
liar son bu1'1. whose convenience It iipn sale only by reputable wholesale trade of an' extent hitherto unheard otis

.. Aththsbesuccoedtke 1 ; 'and apothecaries.At regards article of this kind.' The highest point has
_. of respects iu medicinal and curative effects, we 'not yt IxfrB reached, and it ia believed that the '. ,
fna her; but Instead him to claim only that it is a pare and sales this year will be a million and a half o(bottles. .

,H Weked lariosily ather and nJocI5tD. article of Holland Gin, and as such worthy Df'pound afaD1I.elorrNo. 137 Broadway,New :
_s A young man '. in those diseases .
-< ''flHF mmIn < confidence physicians, for York. Retail prier 35 cents a Urge bottle.
: ther with. this; city on f Saturday evening thee20th: J 'they are wont to prescribe it, and have hithrr-I Liberal discount to purchaser by the quantity

IL Sir Mr. CHARLES ,.nly been restrained by finding it impracticable to I Sold br all the principal. merchants and druggist
Rev. m u
_ : '.. mat by the ; the article In a pure state. Nor should any ihron5houtthcUnitea Stale aDd Canada Mexico,
lament *
.. good*,boyd no? thoJk EOETTING, to Miss lANE lfANUoY, daughter 1 I againstalcoholii medicine deprive the Writ Indie*.Great Britain,F D'ct.&C, : S

I ..iftIIIt Obt5Wt of Mr,Jostrn':UA"'of.this city. : d or the benefit of this. article,which. from tuneirnmemorar J 11,1853. ,6a '.


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. : 'r ; : 1f '1853IwUl! S thebetter ; of the )
" I f $igiiolia H.ttl.if OD dt. qeorle Street north of TeJft r..b1cb for tha'year ; ba .the llf 19oooOo.: S Ordnance Jor *preservation t 7drJ1g5 S
7th November1 c}cleanliness and health ofJ e City, and for.olhe?purpOsel
north of the
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Square 1DIJTI1Al1fr.IFE FAILEi
1 "iist tJ Church 'I' I" J Tj For the county of Natinu Tnnrfd'ay1 before the% THE S 1 ; @W; Jl ei.t"a

'" Florida,11,,,,. Op Trejjnjy jUna, :North' .of. third Mqadayln'' November' (say for 1853,the 17th j com PAN Y Ot i, kereifOrdained.byil* Mayor and Atdermea -. Purchasers of CLOm& .

;j the Public Square i I November. Oil,NEW YORK-NO,.35 WALL St.. of the City of St.:Augustine,in Con icil aseem. we rein unng5thieM&VTof lla "7

J I I C.,. Iff/Cel. 99' eilte; j p&B7 Su et,' few For the county Duval.pn! ) the 3
doors asOIl: East ohlie) rGbUo Square, vemb/r'; (which for 1853,.ill I'e ibft 21st November. 1'[ 00j( ,securely' invested In Bonds and Mortgages Ordinance, it shall not be bwfu)),to throw yegetable\ able foe,%> .Country Jqto L .(_
I, I: /''''teritf,tol." On Charlotte Street'd Treasury For the county of Marion,'.on the 1st. ftlondav.}n. on'real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks t trash annimal matter of any rfeacription over the 0titc3O". -

S t Lan., north.of the public' Square,annei. eel,to'tbej December, (say (or 1853, the '5Ih'J'Peeember. nfthe Sate and City of New York apd United Sea Wall or Into the Basin connected with said VTe do business,uA'rtee$he
j S 'Herlda. L'{# For the county of Iambus, 00 the 24 Monday la Rtatea G nrDDent. S Wall-and any person offending' against this pro- :

f < OpARDI HOUSES. li- ember, (say 12th December' in thejrear 18i3" S Thia fygd ia ppidly increasing )by a widely ex ten.ded hibition.shall. if a whit person'; betoedfortbe6rst 01Jei SNa-.
and prosperous business.. : offence' in a sum not less than two, por more thanfiye OrdeNpTnpUyfl1led. Axis '. .
MM Fatio... On St. George Street, ,' /ew doors For the county of Columbia. on the 3d Monday, offence' of
The Company declared a dividend ol profits of fif, dollars,and (or each subsequent not stock is 6oUcJI .
: p"ula!;of the Court H6 uejud Public SquarG. <;. in Dt'c tuber. (which for 1853, willbe, the 19th De t1-IWO per cent on all existing policies on'the 31st less than five, nor more than Ten dollars;and if the J'JIANDFORDJbBBi t '"
I ;? Papi'; On' ;3fjr auee), c'Y .and. ctm ,r. of January, 1848. 5 \ ffender be a colored person. he or she so offending a '
parJer Li.De. l" like fine.or be at the discretion 9ParkItGWOPp tip Astar]
I .hall subject to a
t All Profit divided .
life arc N. .
X\Q.C1Q1tP. : i f Jtm1f ii1m [f m. thu Iiisnrcd.' ninoujj if the Mayor; punished by the 'Infliction ofa unmber S. We I the .
B. are largeitt
S fret. F. Office at his Dwelling. Houseon S ;stripes on the bare back: at not less than tea, nor fl2flUtactui c1'
IVeedoy. ST. AUGUSTA E, F.
in cash
Thepfremtaroaare payable annually,sera-
first oa1.DcLoflIt'c
Bridge Sfreei. f more than twenty for the offence and for each ; i

S :; !Doet.Jokn B. Pecks Ofhee on St. Georie. Street, TIllS ESTABLISHMENT hay annually deferredpayments.; or quarterly, :interest being. added on the subsequent offence, of not" 1 less thaD'tweDIJ,. nor in the. ountry; {Rubber lfi1l.btlai

; S j 171 n few doors S No'rtl' "' of'DRUGGIST.the Court House'* I ;i.i; ;f ing undergone Thorough< Jun23
I .11 CZlf'P". jCheraistand OrogifslJChtrioiie present season, is now ready for Lures to|be parties for whose benefit the i insurancesare said: Thai it shall hweafter Ix&a.ful.& for colored : :tilt t

: S tret'I." reception ot Company.. FAMILIES AND effected, the whole of the advantages, without persons, (bond or free) 'io use theSes 'Va I, aaa : '-
I r TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious .subjecting them tifthe' heavy drawback. of accumulated place for promenading, and they are hereby forbiden 1'

,I LAWYERS. Apartments. premium+ notes. t to walk thereon, under ,a1 perialty of ii fine of not .ofVERITABIJB I A. .
Room Clean and Weal Person;*may effect insurance on their own lives less than two, nor more than five Dollars,or in lien Fred am ral; at a. I .
j,,j L E. B i;it/J.* nnaellor" ,*. { at Law-offic. on Ar- 'new S itaelf, ,Airy nruiflied Imiidsouiclf, and the lives of others. A married woman can in- thereof number of stripes of not lets'', than ten nor '"CHEAP. , I" theljfe of her husband,the benefits of 'which are
Label cure
illery than thirty one, to be laid on thei bare back of THE subscriber the .
: Nobhp,; 'Vl-I tlnr. i secured law for the exclusive of herself or chil more saiu&etioa,) ...
1 i'A. 11.ulnq!,. ll9rgel Iy1 P9 qctlor: )by use the offender. the
S friends that by last of
. ; trip the Cjja
Picoluta The lloute is well .known as being re' enlly dren. { .
at Lawoffice ; street., Be it further Ordained andf Decreed by the an- i received extensive/ addition to aia
'' and Coi 91t'1Io1 Built Expressly wlji n view to the accom- Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries pt.va
& George K. Fairbanks Attorney thority aforesaidthat from and after this dau.11 I and is now prepared sapply them _
/:aw-t'fficeinibe'Cfort House. odation of Intalidt and othcrr, being entirely areppecially invited ro avail themselves of a resource -I colored persons are forbiden ,to smoke in any ol rietyof artielea the Faxey and Dr _1 ,
1 _____ familes be cured _
built of Wood, with' Roorps connecting, Folding whereby.lheiuurriYing may i in the
the streets or other public places City, undera including a loll and comp\elAu..n"tat.
PUBLIC, OFFICES i Doors, pc., which readers! \ Free from rom the!evils penury. !: penalty! "f.. fine of not less than three normore maSs Clolkingj sailed to the climate a&4 t/J -

t OQSUce Lawrence AaJreu, Popt H atier, of- Dampness. Ffreplaces, Blinds to windows Pamhl l explanatory, of principles of Mutual than live dollars for the fi offence, or in default of Ladies Misses and children's thees aMfia trau
.1 I Life Insbrance and advantages with *
illustrating Vt
I f '.. "e1a thCrtUoaz.: ., ,1'5' "f.. f 'r. .. >>,," IhrougfafTOpening on Pioiza Promenade ,Two forma be obtained at the office o. payment thereof, a number of stripva of not'; less light Boots (i''J. Hundred Feet. Protection from Rainy ..ColdVindi.c..forDJiI:1Kn ofnpplifation.may .than to be laid upon the
Fmrv4.r Geaird 'VVeatiott Sur- than tennor more twenty aUI'J c"rbGlt" ttel &t..til'QI bJa wear. a5
Qffice. 10bn the' Company,95 Wall at., or any of ita agents.
of \ desirable SEISED from bare back of the offender-and for each ..ublfqut'nloO'ence also a choice (pi crockery and. gjkto waitTl:
r Sireet.corner;
ueoerai on noapital' Artillery
veyor !i
all 1 TRUSTEES. fine of five dollars or the infliction or: ofa
).4ne and 1fo.pital'treC't. i confinement ni seasons of ibo year.ThoHouso .- a wise saddlery .superior quality aa oI1 <
; _.rf 0--:T. Nods, Begisier I Public. is: situated Incing Souih in central Jos B CJolIins, David C ColJrn, thirty one stripes, to be .laid on the bare backas good supply of(,utlery.Tbe '
1 J.andii-otflce in the COurt House. position, pnd retired /rpm other Pwellings. Wm J Hyslop.! Alfred Edwards, aforesaid;and all colored persons are ht'rebltrled" above :t1t, have been seketfiiiy.

Thot 'T. IfutitU. Receiver office n Court The House contains 45 Rooms with additional R II McCuri'y. Wm liens forbiden to carry about their persona any knife rienced agents! artJ will ie disposed *f yinominal'adeance

., OIe. f.: :f 7, 0 Parlours, Dining Setting H corns,and conveniences Ered Winston, Joseph Blunt 1 clasps or other of more than three inch length of 'or/on costs and eharjrr 4,<

'-" .il' of En'tHte. (Humphrey'sJu@ geJdlTice if) general For Accommodation cannot G-W Fiber Isaac G Pearson, I blade ; nor shall any colored person not actually infirm bound nod determined nut to brKoJrnoU.'Wione.
4. *- John PJ Yejverlon, Henry Wells, I from disease:: or-xtren age, carry under any S

,IDtbeCoilr'lJouse..'Fttef'B7 ', R.ler Circuit Court office In The surpassed.well earned, this House Theo Sjedgwick, Win Moore, S I pretence whatever can* or walking stick of any lie takes thisj occasion to annoonc I Ifrirndji ...w.- .
Court? flouie.S / Reputation Stacy U Collins, Zebedee Cook, : size or description; under I a penalty olnot less than I that his p'roniided supply of i c..Ir,
Ihe Rafael B.Canora. Sherlljand Tax Co lector.of. has from Year to Year acquiredjt( will be th* John IE Swift, Jona Miller, i five dollars fine or a number: of stripes to be laid on I and Rains hatlc tor.htt'aDJ btiQ'il"t ,

hce 'in the Court House. Proprietress: ,Mrs. DAVIS aim to sustain, andS JohnVadsvorih David A Comstock, the bare back; of the oficiider, of not Jess than ten. call .aud partake freely ; "without money ti '

Collector of Cutomt. Paul Arnau, office in I for tbe liberal Patronage. heretofore, she S S M Cornell.Goar Robert Shuyler, normore than,hirly.nme-t oat price." "! S ,

tarlotte: street at his residence near the store of A. turns her thanks. M Wilkins James Chamber, Parsed:: by the Council: 23J December 1822. j I HATUIAS R. AN&RE9,
I 'Q. {ferpall. u The Table will bo supplied'with choice! John V1 L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, j i G HUUPllUCYd$, Mayor. Corarr of Si., Ceorgr and Picolata atmtt

Intpeetor of Callo,,,,. Jatnei A. Mic Itr.'It Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish; Ducks, Venison,p Fred Whittlesey i Moses II Grinnell, Attest. *. site Slunmmnl Sq Are'. S

//:' llronion..' Judge' H.: S. Court Northern. I Turkeys and Shell Finn, which at this time Charlei' Ely, Wm J Bunker, 51. R. AzcnrtuClerk. Ju1y23,1853.utlonsUntton.s. _
itr1ctofPIoJ1. 91Ie in the Court Uou e'. our Rivers and Forests abound Two or John C, Cruger Eugene Dutilh,

I na.. n. Fatrlaaki. 'Clerk U. .S./ Court office... in moro lIu\ ers, sporting exclusively', :' for this I WalterlJpy, Francis Lathrop, .A 11 Ordinatico for the Protection -.u..ur
the Court'House; "' 9' : House. Alfred f'U, J 0 Thatcher, d of White Person* Aascinblcd. lor 44 OTh1E1t tOT OP THOSE CHEAP S

I 1 Depit It Marthal.. .q,''r4.e ;. Zthiibanr, office in Horses, Carriages, Ponies! Guhs, Fishing. i I JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. Dlvlne'Vonblp.1 tj tons, togjctlicr with a twi<
,e oun' Ho7' Tackles, Qcmts) for Excursion,&c, ISAAC ABBITT, Secretary.Josxru Be it Ordained.by the; Mayor and Crnncil ofahe just rec iTed and for sale at the.YCathiStore

I j JUSTICES, QF THE PEACE; : Very Respectfully, BLVAT, Counsellor. City of \ Augustine: That from and after the passing "Chttp ," of 1L 1(. .u1)) .
his residence PROPRIETRESS. G. R. FAIRBANKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. of this Ordinanceif shall know '
r+ Reobea P.inkharn. -Qflice at South any person or persons !
7 qlCth.r Notice,
I offiilF/ancisBarrack' : ingly be engaged concerned in vociferalive noise
Niftarr B. II Is the wish of Ilio Proprietress : > I [ f t_ -,..*?__ r -,__-__ n ii_ other act persons Ire hereby,forbklea from
I : w/are" jPublif-office in. the Court. N. selling spirituous liquors or any having an Ail
1.f .: that tbe Servants attached JUST Received by the Carolina hams, corn, bats, immediate tendency to disturb or cause a disturbance upon or cutting)'timber' oo the trItC

CITY pFFICERB. to tile .Iloullo should be civil, attentive lead linseed oil,turpentine,nail,molasses, of a congregation of white persona assembled for the laud known a* 0,000 lying oa tlrBMof

MyIr-Gad r stud obliging..' syrup. honey, sugars, pork, bacon,hams,beef,cheese', pntpose of divine worship at a church orchapel in the St.Johns Rivef between what was Jbrmrrjas

I Ifumphreyt.Lturtifce r > crackers, bread, flour, sap, candles, starch, indigo, City; such person if a white person shall be lined not ,Mutes plate OMtuIte Pilatkand, Buena .
Andreutraau. A MAGAZINE OF PURti MORALS.U3"TAc rasions, almonds, currants, citron tea, cassiaspices, less than five dollars nor!more than twenty,it a colored prt of a giarii of 15OQO: acres najt u

I }} AJi rmtD... ,. S pt'pperlobacco. aegara, snuff, and leaf, brooms tubs, pejsori: the offender; shall b4 fined aa aforesaid I, Uu nuand being the..me ,OOO acres .t4
MiehHUtina.. \ i'l V 1'I RSON'S 1\IAGAZIN ,F.. washboards, pails, backets, fiahlines_ mats, boxes. I or whipped not exceeding; thirty stripes or imprisoned Francis J. A'i.;'.... by- John Iloertaf,- .aUui4
&e., B. E. CARR not exceeding one week with costa at the discretion ol L.claimed by nje a.guardia. ( ('aanzi. pI
S C erk of the City Council. A. 0.":' Pactt.y.' office Best and Cheapest Ladlet Magazine..?, March 12tb. he Mayor and Council' and that the City AIa.hali.!! .5 1 MgUtYN.MVt.i

I [fO at, the Council room. [ !! A NEW VOLUMB this gopular periodical will 15 .Mayor'\ or Alderman shall.attend to complaints and St. AngnstiU May 14ih 1853. :;

ciiv'.aJatIiitz 4' Clerk. of.1..the 4. 1faik. I, Ml Reuben i Ifa'U commence with the Januii, number for 1853. which t arrest such offender. I ,

I J.Piokba* u.. 1 will l he ready by the lit of December. an J will be the Claret Wiuc &c. That Upon convictions the person or persons con- S tutloimrj. '
: PORT WARDENS. : mot 1U4Cfi ci.q #I.'1f1.ifAf4, A. very superior Claret, Wine, bottled in quarts victed shall remain imprisoned or committed until the by Brig Tremont in .xeelks 1

I, /'. q. Zylttra Ckarlet "rt" Jot j. fu.r.j i '1hs only Original ITIaauzIUQ. Sherry itaDd pints also 10 boxes Claret Wine,Imported fine and costs are paid satisfied. RECEIVED$ prime dlition ry.ofuery .

This !is now the only Magazine that gives original Madeira and Port Wiqe, Cprdjal, Scotch Passed in Council .March' 10th 1833. a nddescriptio4krsaeas! SS '
Ale, Porter
Philadelphia Ale and Porter
articles Principe and otherBrand
I AUCT1QNBEQ.SooCenter '
itor and all the best .American writers, are regular Segare,Aro- Attest S T I I-- "SS
Ferreiragnd J A. Stri cha. mantic Honey Dew TobaccoPipea Snuff smoking A. C. P S ,Au .
.g.C F. P.. |f J i 4 & .1 contributors. More thrilling stories! tales and novels Leaf and Cut Tobacco. AC nl' f Ordinance.if ,J
:11 : Jtav'e appeared in this periodical in the last trn S re Merel! Ordained, by the Mayor aa4.aeea .

l' MERCHANTS. years, than in all the otherput together. The lone St.Aagustine June 4th 1853. B. E.CARR.. :, An Ordinance to raise a-revenne to meet the current men.,o} the ciry of St. Angaaiiiie,in >-. v., .

i .'!. n.4114re., Dealer in rftaple and Fancy Dry is that,of the highest moral purity so that every family __ exprncea of the City, for the year .1853 and for b led ; that from and after the; promultaiiotf
.Goods,-corner of George and 1'icolata s reel; MarBtrroitgheB.Carr. were!, there are daughters should have it. Receipts extinguishment of the City: djrbt. ( |: OJir.ance.it a&alj! Dot r e "lawful for. or per
Vet. Square; patterns for embroidery,and everything usefulto Billiard Tableiilui: Tell. PhI Alley He it.OrJoined by the Mayor and'" Aldermen of anv slave ree'negro or mulatto, to own. ci

S Bnrlirficarae &. Howk-Corner. of. t. George, the sex, appear monthly. AT the Magnolia jfetreat, open throughout the .he City of tit. Augustine,' in Council convened: possession.-directly or indirectly-within Lof
S a.'J 'Tteaiury Lfle.
Wholesale and Retail, dealer. other Magazine' now gives colored steel fashion Nov 29 no18tf S. MIRANDA. tie same U hereby directed 'to be-'imposed To- the any description \ ani! any slave free, iwgtt w

S of fir.it quality Family Groceries of al! kind. Lf- plates .. this does. Full letter-press descriptions accompany S year 1853, (for the purposes aforesaid) on the value (at jo.$ transgressing against this prbhibitloa) ,i

\\lIri&.e". No.2! av side1 Charlotte Street, North each monthly plate. This is, in fact, the Hops Ac. of all Real Gslate situated and .lying within the lonviction before the Myorbe punished, v &*.
'M the Public square) '. lex-book of fashion and indispensable to all who Chartered limits of the aid City-and the following I ei s than ten dor'more thaa'ihin ahte stripes M4H

t : Uett.-ge Curt. Dealer in Staple! and Fancy Dry would know how to dress elegantly,yet economically Hops,Yen, Powders' Cream of Tartar, Saler- persons (to wit) Frederick C. Humphreys, and ANKerto hare, back and nny and every Gun lino!ar s ki|

S iritis',AVest side of Charlotte ctrect i few doors It ,lIa&I,. every lady tale her own drettmaker.f Carb, Soda. Barley, Essence Lemon, D. Rogero; ar: appointed assessor's to deter i description of j!fire arms, found in p ouib Treasury, Lane.iik Orange Peel, Savory, Peach' Spices, Peppermint, mine the value of said Heal 'Estate and fix the \ free negro or mulatto (unless te} sasi$...
; AT 'Yd.t.... Wholesale and Retail dealer ? .icnificcut Mezzotints Dud Thyme, Hago. Prandy Cinnamon, Nutmegs Cur- sis upon which said tax shall be levied and it is, hab e;ahown, by due proof to belong to a what I Ianjl

o I Dry Goods and. Groceries. Grocery qn the) qIIer Elllifra'luli.'. ne in vials, English mustard Prepared french Mustard by further ordained that the lax imposed by this Ordinance ,the claimant, thereof.,allan satisfy iben!
}firound floor of tub City Hotel-Dry Store, The mezzotints and steel engravings, onp of which Cayenne' Pfper Asst.,Sauces, do. Catanp.do shal) be collected id tie same manner aa I s kat it came iijto-; the posaeapion! of such sUfe.i

0 Charlotte,'' 'tret.116wrd'i' Building. for at It'A"I.appear in every number, are unrivalled for Pickles. under the same regulations are provided and in* out, his said claimants consent pr knawfedm ,
Millet S. tf N. Pinkkam.: 'Deae| Fancy belut,. In illustrations, as well aa reading matter, Domestic Preserves Asst. foreI4tiuD to the collection of City taxes levied hereby ilrdared-to: be forfrjited; and shall sofa)

Goods, &c. opposite the Planters U on E..t. indeed I this Magazine is without an equal. In (act, Fruit p er descriptions of property .au\horh\ ,. bttie Mayor beonuu old,by the Cojtrd ; .
III'de of Charlotte street. I fAfct'f the qnly Illustrated Magaziue in the country B raudy, Cherriea & Tamarinde, d by the January !853.S alter two Jays notice $ up ia she
all Pedro. Beiiet. Dea'lerin Groceries Erofisions which kao steadily inereattd. in cit 14tiQntr, Limes,P oeapple, Ginger Olivt-sHorse rad- G anil
\ ,&c. wh, Fresh Slamon Sardines HUMPHREYS, Mayor. .at two.orinore public P' in the city nI
4 corner o.f Cuna and St. George street. fear, "fhicb proves how'superior it u. at Retail.Q Attest S1I. I licontcry| t() Ihfl highest biljdtr. and the '

; F. '/'.'' qt-fccy. Watchmaker and Jeweler, on TeruiRClicap of All. Augustine June 18th 1853. B. E. CARR.. R. AKDKEV.' Clerk.CHARLESTON, of,the sale,sI411'go' ,twenty-fire per ecu chi"" '

George. .met. DUrI, opposite office.of Lr. Peck. One copy for one year, 3 dolUrs ; for three copies 5 th<* person Infonriinj and'seizing said area iii
'lAo,. Nelttn. Retailer of Boots, hoe, Caps, dollars ; 'for five copies dollars and fifty cents ; AND FLORIDA .remainder to tht- City Poor: fond. 'III
;lUtsahd Dry 'Goods, east"side otjpUarldttee sired for eight copies 10 dollars ; far sixteen copies !20 dollars. Patent medicines. IKAIL Passed in Council July! 2. 1853. ."
Corner of Charlotte' street and Treasury Lane. V. S STEAMERS,
/ att
Lawrence..rfhe Andrei' Tailor. ": i., t.Charlotte. .. .' street. FRMIUMS FOR CLUBS.-To repay prisons getting of the Horse. ,' M S CAROLINA AND FLORIDA. Attest r*.
Fort. ,
ne up Clubs. the) following splendid Premiums will McMuras Elixir of I A. B. Pae*tty.Cltlu /
John Utltia. Boot rnaker.. Charlott street.. near. be iftDFor' a club of three or five, a premium Davis Pwn-KUler vegetable Opium. Through to Palatka: in 24 to 30 //our

the" "Michael City Hotel. : Of' plate, 16 by 24 'inches-a magnificent offer. for a Circulars with the above be had The CAROLINA will ExtracU from Ir ceed\lIp siS
Nelligan 'Cabinet Make Charlotte. club of eight, I copy of the Magazine for 18i3. Fora Brandrcth's Pills leave CHARLESTNevery; ,I CouncIl: S
i> Moffats Pills --
.Inet. Dirtoh'Oliterbt.,1M low 'Tf5Dperanee Black Hall.' dmith and Gun Smiths club plate of sixteen in'ad'diliqn.Addressed an extra. copy for Id53, and a premium S Strong's Pill, Janes, Medicines,, [I .E_______._______._______'__;_. ti __: Saturday.will,at!3 enire P. PA M.LAT Returning -.. THE! follqwinj td and R
near If ,. the North Gate. of. the I Cit.,,. I post-paid toCHARLES Fitch's Fahncstock Vermifuge, Poinsctts Loxccust, KA every Mouday.7 AM.PlcOLVTA, 10 A.M.. !i R91flh1O)1St.
J. PETFRSON, S Medicine, Ayers Cherry Pectoral, t and JACKSONVILLE Tuesday, 4 o'clock. A. M.
BoatingKey. Liqusri "and Refr tkmenlt, S ToWnsend's Sai phariIla Sands do. I ('fietolttd If tie Major and Aldermn M i
b'1 NQ 98 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia. i The FLORIDA will leave CUARLF. TON every
the Urdiaanetf !
F.Bridier.Ci.ylloiel., "1 Cod Liver Oil, Gelatine, Liquorice, Tuesday, at 3 P. M. Returning, will 'leave PA i prohibitingwithin .
Philip Oomts: Retailer Liquors, I shrneqts, TO L/1ISUE PLANTJCItS. Gum Arabic, &c. LATKA every Thursday, at7'A.M PICOLATA. certain limit .then in aprcified. p
&c. Ctarlotte S ; 31.t of July, 643 be aioeaded i
by iDetniqdj
1| r't.. streeteppulte firidjerV Bowling Jul*. 2- B. E. .CAR 10 o'clock,' A. itt.1 JACKSONVILLE, 4 .
S Alley. *' I 4 1 Valttablg Traqta of Land for Sale. Friday, tel)' alter ihe, word"bathe. in the secoadU
'iIil. subscriber ol o'clock, A, M. tb, first section thereof' the (
S : t ,as Agent the several owners following :I :
JL offers for sale of ilw-raost : Hair Dye.Improved ; I These Steamers connect with all the: .interioiStages vitkin (kg enelotare nattt
: some valuable lands or East Florida and or of C rtgvlveently
STAGE QF'ICE.Qftce both
I ; in East Florida! to wit: liqiid Hair ; .conDfct ways with conitrvcted JJatluvg.iweanJ ii vu

[: of, te.7. Piettlata a f Mail I r.;Stage.iaarer I.' ,rid,'e.i.'. City 800 acrea valuable.hammqck (land, West ofFlemington an Instantaneous DyerThia and Is permanent a capital! the the New York Steamships Boats. Carolina Railroads, and "vie Resolved, that said Ordinance, be f'tu

1fIrleI ,known aa the Gibba Lands Marion Co., Dye and no trouble See directions. It iswarranted Wilmington amended and altered. ,as to read thus, (tperson o 1IJ
: 1100 acres near the Alachua Savanna! krjown as 1 and If not satisfactory to be returned., It diea'either -- S Pottage from Charletlon It Jacksonville, 83.':'" violating this section' of this ordhaac
S I pIIURCHES.Ctk the Carey Grant. black or brown aa desired try it.: S Pieolata ani PataHa, 10. S on conviction before the Mayor.If a whit }d

\; .lic Cfkurck. Iforthsile : 1400 acres in San Felasco Haramocji ,near Newnansville B.E.C4RR. For further particulars apply.to forfeit" and pay for the first AtItId fi 1
Monnmen known as the Lawion Lsgi !.. May. 14,11853.\ J. V. CALDWELL. Chariestom dollars;with jail costs which may aceru?. '

.S I .EiopI# CLc&. *?SoufaRlde*' ( umcDtaqlllre.I IS r Several thousand acres/godd land in the ArredondpU.raRf. BELLECHASSF &FIN. EGAN,Jacisonv. 'I 1 Section of said fine and tot each aakseqaea,

f.r.Ndterltii 'Church. .' CODe Lime H. K: REID Pnlatka. feb2GTUITION. Ted dollara with ccsta aa ato *
atreet for
qa 'George white
7000 acres on Halifax, River, South of St. Augustine washing, very good mulatto .
Bouth of theequarel ) alad White wash Brushes 5- I aj:6.oe') IIt. or on eoavietio a&aU i
Ndblid S1pTic.p.-Z Ckurek. St. i George ,known aa the Bnlow Plantation having 800 om, Copperas Glue, otc. Coloring paints,Al- : this or inlte the ofieader shall I *
r i S the Maaliftcusd .* acres of open land suitable for cane and cotton. April 30th, 1853. I .. ty-five atripe* on the .bare back
'. t t I .....-I, And several other' bodies of hammock land on B E.. CARR. rniHE Subscriber a} the request of many of his I HesolaUoH 2d
waters. JEL friends has b Induced
navigable to undertake tnt
TERfS. qF COURT, EASTER. CIRCUIT. The titles are undoubted and terms low--Apply T AMARINDS,Fig PutePruoe.,Bittert.Ghoiee: tion eta limited number;of Pupils. He therefore con Re*>lvd, Tat hereafter, anill et&enria
_- QFF11ID4. SS to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS' Stpn,Tobacco French Cordials Almond templates opening a School Wednesday the first d d.a tax of sii and a sartereeitiperisykavid <

r sratwe TUJI.Ii F.cb 28'I|852! 8t. AUl\&l Q.Florida. hickory. Nut-. Ale, Porter, Cider \Vines, BrandyBE.CARR. day of December text at the house recently occupied collected for each slsllio rJ.. Fa iliad land

Ii For the Co'(ties. of Orange and St. lucie I at Mel .&c. : S as a law office by \V. A. Forward Esq., adjoining occupied; IB tie vending olFish ; an i ttMby
School Bookf. made .. .
of Marshal ;
oavUle.'on the 'firsixftteaday'ln-' the residence of Judge f" B. Gould. theldaty Jhe City
| IN Oilier* Geography and Atlas Woodhride dp Jan-lSth 18" lie will teach all the' Elementary branchta of an all flab broaght to the market aaJ (with the

i Peter Parleys do, Smiths new Grammar 5 English Education, Tfa.-.SpeIiing, Reading, rence of any itwo; diacfeet and disinterested
the of Writing
S For County Sumpt, r. at Adamsville, on the. ,. History of the United,Staiea, Welter's TO lacking'Varnish and Arithmetic. whom he mar aekct to aaite wilJt him iaaa,

.aecoDd'MonSay in'April in each aad e fery year. speller and definer VValkera fictionary,southern first 1L blacking Masons'hoe &C.-1JatoDS Shoe lie will also give instructions in the theory of Stir titi1 he may i make') ahall condemn all tedk

for the county dfPutaam,at Filatka,!third Tuesday. class bockcrirmbaw I history of Greece.dodi)of Rome, nuh. Rubber blacking Fish Oil Varnish Harness. Va7.It veying NuigatioaaQ4enaqration.. may ,be unsound and' uufit for nse-aa4 hoe j
.in April,in each and.every year. j '\ do do of United States.english reader, pictorial; apel retail. foot Oil Tzzitsna QoiRTta. Forth after the passage of this rtaoiaiten, sq sale m

".. For the county' of. Marion. ,at OcaUjounh", Monday ling book, do! primmer do reader- ,school reader, da- B. E. CAR 86 per quarter,half uarter- la advance.Eleroentarybrancbes. ahall:\ be made. eithej; ope&Iy or! covertly smarket *
of April.. bosmhmetic.| slates. lea J ink S bell bai been tad saJ
.tN : pencils, ,letter. paper, Surveying, &c$3 extra, regularly nwg.ihade
4 .I For the 'county of Alaehua at NewninsviUe, wsJers. \ ,quills, steel pens. note paper,.toy hooka: (e. 1 a ecelved Claret by the Carolina, choice ) Surveying, separately| quarter la violation of thia prohibitioa, if JJ
I 1 B. E. :iVine BWf' Nice HaSaTio pet ftG. 00 cUred be tad dIJ
firat Monday; in May \ CARR. L2 Keg Hours of tuition from to jatterly void,and not
9 2
March 5 puRer, 10 boxes to O'clock.JA1&l1I..
1 26th. 1853. Cheese. da
Cbocola chaser in4
.3 do to ajpreierenee
Con oer&l1'
For the of ;
county Columbia, at Alligator onsecond. e \ grea Water, 2 Ca.e* fine Cot GOULD..
tobacco in tin foil may be atlnd after die nap;af t
Monday of % Nov.20,1852.S! present
ay. BOOK Cboice
I 1OOO ;: AGENTS WANTED Principe'' &e., Stp sat fletaiL aqd propose ifmf any fish he may "|
For Ue ooatty Naasaa,at : H.. on tbe 'TUSELIJ PICTORIAL AND
OTHER Lilt .
f..a1f. USEFUL 'B-E-CARR. S purchase aadl any person aelliag <. .
\Wednesday before the fourth A| i' Maj.S NWRKS FOR THE YEAR 1853, tra,.' 21.. 1853. CRt\MBEkRIE Dried,Apples,FDltoDl4rkea: t oij etvenly. contrary io tha Intent aadj;i

,1 'For'Ihe county of Davalat )aokaonvUIe'on the '\., DOLLARS 4 YEAR! .5. 1 Drit-d Beef, Bacon Pork Lard thin interdiction,;shall OQ comictloa be%* W <

fourth M oad*/ of,aay.i '. In of Lime, Clapboards &c.tarchwill eapmcenrcolcefamilrnoar.:rahamcrickera. or,be fined la qiadrupl the nllet any ft*r
I i For the e-walf ol 8t John'. at St. 4ugustiqe OD WANTED active every and county ihe United -O }>>Iube"Shell buckwheat rjce,gelatine. com, atarch, choke teas by ham,wfih-'coata of prosecatioa.rRetalvtft .
enterprising men, to Liaqe. do atone do wine,of ate. S S
,' en- ,5000 :-
S ;the! second Monday lA Jane'u..1 CIpbosrjs,75: TJathJaHoar.theMajw, -
MH )ie sa'l of sonic or the best Jook, POstaranlte S :
< .5 fa ie- onf'',a 110.NaiJ.
r. If. II *"
Tay. S E. C R R. ted tttfcrvitelbeatteadonof ( L.
'f Pitch. Roai S liev
f .4Marcb,12th
mea aoMre'si ;
4114TL I cwiro good jwsteuing Oakum, Lead :
a Wl1ite5 Pllntl ,
Oil ; .! 1W Eaflats*
4 United
Stale T
Braahft ,
a1phaloffroz42S. to ; Sheet lead ., .' the popph1ca1a
0100 such
For t.tte ecuniiea ef Orange and St. Lucie. third inducements tiq. Bar Iroa.. ', S : aoier ? S a* >
Tuesday; before the first Monday io '4remb bet, will fie .offered aa tb knable them to make,from 83 5) B-.CARR. ;" In this City aod (whoilia the
State.) t4 |
August6t. la
of CSum1 oar
to 05 a day profit.IT \ I ( : l\Zq .rB'keS
lhJoh fortIe'7rr13bWd1 be the 18th r :
( t October.- &c.t Bf
'" laUrreaiaf: between tae head of llatat
The publisheXhy "
S e'ot tbe county of Putnam, on thn last Tuesday l their .character >> ns are all* useful in i ; IUdela l :IdWiihtprep. tio Wade Smith Creek,!Itha head Halifex Mit.M c

t .before the tat,Monday i .?Norember | which! for. the.. Una ales wherever extremely they are popular o&ered., and command* S .I(;i O .Laqadreu.-Starc1.; polish f tr W/awnted; Razoraaet ready for use.Aa. 1 Iowa Ilaalorer and towt1t a.;liiat,b will iff
mIxing with C !
S :. yeskI&3wlibs lttofNcTember. j common give liien rntiel \ erJr'8ci iaon, &ccor leorvs. shaving his W r
For further. particulars, address -a soap I other arrangement;exaa&e
,* wit of (postage paid), beavtifiillYOI'J' .ppear. *.. B. p. a.boxes, strap*, ornb..hair brushes <
For the e )' Sampter, on the I fourth JVednesin ROBERT HEARS i>wvf; CARR.. rings steel key a view to ascertain, the practicabikiywater P1
S.: ell november, (which"(or th> year; 1853. will be S 181 'vmi. SrrC'.t, .JflEa. : 0 ,iweezera cork screws;patent glass ink stand I. communication to connect tbQS t

S fe'.!*3&11 NoTemher.. .I 1 r S '- tt February, 5ih, 18 3. .1'l S Yc, ". Batter flaws' &C." : ...-Choice 5... jot per Sieam' assorted tjBtnt&t.. Unea/hooka'h_ ,B cotton'E 'CARR'.twine. ,. 'aad"report tib the Ciry Council ski l "'S,

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