The ancient city
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Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00150

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F: ,'AHCIEHT CITY- .I "Think," be added; "picture 'yourself one ', Carlton agitated in turn. I marvage service for Levering and Jessie lie gcn soon resorted to conversation to divert I -l ;

.. of your,companions in vice approaching your own "Nothing has .happened yet; (but, if you go lived in tho tow" which lay a short .distance themselves from too much sensibility 1 to the inclement I -

EVERY SATURDAY, AT sister, and offering the love of his corrupt heart away to-morrow, it will happen.. Oh, sir,id from the beautiful, country residence of Mr. air. The young man knew Mr. Martin
1 ICe ........e $t. Johns Comity Flo. Would you not step between abandoned not Carlton. In few minute the horses
I as youare go away. a were by sight and as he also a lawyer, the thread of Q
S 1 1 a .If' K. B. CAMOYA, and risk your very life, rather than permit "Hannah, what is the meaning of this? Sjxsak reined up at the dwelling of tho minister, when the talk soon ,began to spin itself out of legal 1'J
the sacrifice I" out at Levering from the and .
plainly once. sprang carriage, lifting matters. :

.." ,:-TIH. 3 .Umra. untilHnsertion ir aunum all' in advance.are' "Mr. Carlton... Mid Levering cannot! per'ilV "Miss Jessie-=' Jessie, as she attempted to descend, actually 4Mr. Martin,' said the young man, 'I am jut !

n W I 94-a t'AYyott'lke,1' ge, .w" therl T'. '' here cran.hi*>sTin8 ia cr<>8a.tbo pavement andIntoJhV CTtcringjmTity, -career ara lawyer;,-cuTjypchtenmo : ; .:;, '; .
111" .t'O'/i. rite ', She s' 'going off with'MrT, ,eriDgn ; ;:' house. Just as the fugitives disappear the secret of your great success!" If shy you*!! :!

and 75 cent!Ior' each. ; returned the o{her. ""coldly.I "\Vhent11erc a is ahe*" The father Won C c l,'another vehicle drove tiP at a'rapid pace waItllvc from: your xjxperiehcc,'i ,the_ lceydistinction ?' ,.. "

__ I t insertion. To yearly 1 advertisers a "You ask reasons; for my conduct, but are not his"f'Ct, andmoving towards tho;door. "Speak, The constituted driver of Levering's carriage at the Bar, I will-*V t'.' 1!

/w.tft0dftKeii&t will be made willing, to hear tiicra." girl I I""Oh, ", r t left his own horses, and hurrying to the Will"what asked Mr. Martin: v j I'" ;

.tip Aftflvertlscmcnts must be paid for bevl For a short time there was silence, the young f'ir. don't be frightened? said Hannah; door of the second carriage spoke rapidly: a few Why sir, I will pay your expenses while you lit: M,

man standing in an attitude of irrtsolttttonu Then "it isn't to-night. Miss Jessie is in.her room. words to some one within; 'and then turning are Annapolis replied the disciple. i''I
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the be muttering something in an tinder tone, lie retired I have only come to tell you about it in time." away, entered the minister's house, and throwing 'Done.' >responded Mr. Marfin. ''Stand to .
to our terms", requisite sum
fifermg and transmitted: with tlic advertiseW.1.sveriLccmenta may from the presence of Mr Carlton. "..\b! thank yau my taithfuUia.I nl1b.'! ..... off his rouge hat and coat in the hall, presented your bargain?glow, and Til furnish you the grcatt I' "

I jtMtfttteed, A few: hours afterwards, a servant tapped soft Mr. Carlton spoke in a calmer voice,; and, re the figure of a well-dressed gentleman. For a secret of my success as a lawyer.? '.

q tip" .'.. : not marked with the ly at ides& chamber door of bliss Carlton, the turning the secretary where.he had. been writing few moment; he stood, as if awaiting some one, The young man assented. r !

: youngjlidy referred to in the brief conversation sat down again. while his car was bent towards the door of a 'Very well, said Mr. Martin. 'The whole reason !\
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just given. "Now," he added' tell m 'all you know about room that opened from the passage, to hear of my success is contained, in one little maxim
e& fervid, and charged for.JW' .
( Dollars win: be charged for all an- "What do you want, Philip?" asked Jessie, this matter." S what was going on within. Then he placed his which I ,early laid down to guide me. If you

:i r .....e.p"la,fire i of candidates for office; to be paid as she opened tlc door. "All I know,"'replied.Hannah, "I got to-day I hand on thin door, and gently pushing it open, follow it you cannot fail to succeed., It is this:

The servant slipped a scaled note into her hand, from Philip lie told'n\ft' that lie has been'car entered. The young couple were already on the .11irrty' be fifre of your evidence? \
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Debtors and Creditor with an air of secrecy, aAd then retired. rying letters from Mrs Levering to Jessio and floor; and the minister, in his robes, stood before The listener was very attentive-smiled:- '
to $7; 00 j jAfffieaftrafor
Letters Administration 5 00 Quicly re-entering h *room, and ,turning the back again, for some time, and that it is all arranged them/ ready, to begin' the ceremony. So softly) threw himJelfback in a philosophic: l posture, atvl
Afffintftoo for. utmissal as Admr., 10 00 key'Jessie broke the envelop of the billet she for her to go/off with him, justjrt daylight had the stranger entered, that no one perceivedhis :gave: his brains\to the analysis in true I lawyer patience -

BfitoKtl notices r private benefit will be had received, and read what was'written within. the morning after you leave home." \ presence but the minister, who dill not per- of 'Always sure of your etiJence? \ .

i The communication was from her lover. "Can it be possible? Mil girl!" exclaimed mit the instrusion to interfere with what he was It was too cold a night for anything, to 1 lie
"'. dbMfd double the rates of advcrtixing.jj .
$, AU religious notices will be inserted "I have seen your lather" said he, "as you so Mr. Carlton, passionately. "",\nd you arc sure doing. He began, and progressed until he came made peculiarly out of the old ,man's wisdom, ,.

gray earnestly desired, and the result of the intcrvitwis of all this, Hannah?" to,that part of the ceremony in which it is de- and FO the promising adept in maxim learning 5
dr All bill for Job printing, must be paid just .what I expected lie was not content "Philip told me, and I'm afraid it is all true." manded of those present to show cause why the gave himself to stago dreams, in which he was I--

Ac deJirery tlic work. with.. angry dental of ray:tuit, but threw me "Very well, Hannah. I thank you from my parties about to be joined in holy wedlock can- knocking. and pushing! his way through the I' j
; f AH letters on business, and communica- off with smarting insult lie says I cannot nu, .ke. heart for this act duty. You have saved ,Jessie not lawfully enter that state, when the door of world the all-powerful words, 'Always le sure of I

tiftM, tat bepHtpa'ul, to receive attention.: you happy. Heaven knows how ardently: 1 des J it may be, from a lifetime of misery. Mr. the room was thrown suddenly open, and' a woman your ttlHencc? I .

sire to'fill your cup wUli joy ,even until.it over- Levering is a bad man, and if she marries him, rushed. exclaiming, "I forbid tins marriage The morning; came, and Mr. Martin with jg. I

run the brim.' lithe passionate love of a sincere he will make her wretched. Foolish, foolish !" practical student took rooms at the best hotel*m ,

t t tC t. W tD1 t 4 tr 1lP. heart ean m&b'you happy Jessie,' then your girl! Could she not believe her father?" "Who arc you, and by what right do you the city :Thc only thing peculiar to the hotel in' : '

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"" "' "' whole- n life-, will- be_ blessed.n_____ -I cannot---;---'-ima-nno--aground '--- the After some further. conference, the girl left the speak? inquired the minister in an agitated the eyes of the young man was the fact that all.

OUR YOUNGEST. !of his dislike towards me. J have ,never room; and Mr. Carlton, closjng his-secretary, voice. the wine bottles! and the etceteras fine living.! ,

We knelt at evening-br his couch Injured, him nor his This opposition on his walked the floor for the space of an hour ere re Levering and Jessie started at this ,unexpected seemed to recall very vividly the maxim about .

Oar betrta brimful of joy ; part makes me''wrett lied. Arc we, thcu to remain tiring. On the next day, greatly to the surpriseof interruption; and, turning,. looked in astonish- the evidence. ... !

Aftd thanked our Father for the gift.Of ever separate? or you will leave all, and Hannah! he left home at the:time previously ment both at the woman and the man The young man watched'Mr. Martin. WLfn

tb a,our darling boy throw yourself into arms? I shall await your appointed.No "Miss Carlton,",said the woman, coming up ever eating and drinking were concerned, he

answer;to this in i the wildest impatience. When sleep weighed down the eyelids:; of Jessie to Jessie and grasping her arm, "you have 'no was indeed a man to be watched, especially tn' ;.

We gazed apart his snowy brow- I you have made tip your mind,"place i your: answerin Carlton, during the night that saccceded -- right to this man; he belongs to me by a priorclaimthatI4 : the latter, as he was immoderat ly found of t :e' i !

-,-liia U j.cloned o'er lib eyea- \ the hands oI.rhiltP.7 Up will keep our,secret Through the long hours tiiat-Jntervcned"rfrori< wilUnoCsee! ,...canceled.* 'Thereiayojur Afterrdinncr,.aftcgsuppcr, after-everythiBs;,3uz-. __' nlJ, ;

.Lad. \s\1\4lJ besil'1ry henS inviolate'for. he Is under obligations tome, of tlicstrongest.character. the time the family retired until the hand, of natural protector"-and she drew her, witha ury of wine, A few days were ;isufflcient ,Ito 'Ii ,f 1 i
; One ales'>u'aL Eddy ties" ." ''r Aurora' gently raised the curtain of (darkness suddenjerk, across the room towards the man show the incipient J legalist that ha would have t. : .;,

,, lOt red lire parted ; two email teeth 'I ")1)' heart i is i wholly 'yours," wrote Jessie, in'' from the cast, she either walked the floor qj" her who.had entered just before her-"your' father! to pay dearly to make the most of his part joC' :j

tihonl" out like little prarit, reply. chamber or lay frakcful upon the bed. At the And, in Heaven's name, let not a man like this the contract. Lawyers, whether young or o'd, t .

AsJ OB the pillow Ml a aliower "Shall heart and person longer be separated?" early dawn, she was to pass from beneath her tempt you thus madly from his side again!" have legal sights, and so! tho young g man beganto I '

Of bright aad aliiaiog curia. answered Levering.' "To-morrow week, I hear. fathers roof and from under his: protection, committing Jessie scarcely hard the closing words of the think of the study of self-protcctipn. It was I '

f yo rather: wilj} leave home, to.be gone several unto another her destiny. Well might 'sentence. Overcome by so dreadful termination certainly a solemn! duty. It ran through all creation. -
Be was our youn'rat" beat beloved. other elopement' she sank into the arms of Common to animals and men it was a
days. .Thi\; I writ from Philip. What better her heart tremble and grow faint as she tried to ,

t" I I'- geatlf And we I happy hia pair! hand opportunity to pass from his protection,to mine"' look into the dark future; well might she shrink her father-for it was he who had driven her to noble instinct not to be disobeyed, particularly L
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gat ,, Two days elapsed, and then the maiden wrote"Let back, half repentant, and hesitate about the step the minister's.. where the hotel bills of a lawyer were concern L '
AnJ kissed hit -
. rally hair. r it be as you| desire." she had resolved to take. The; silent midnight Before the vile companion of his evil hours, The subject daily grew on the young man. lit I

f v.."n1jUt came dowa, and wild the morn- Weak and foolish maiden! In that ,decision: gives to the wakeful solemn [thoughts. Such Levering stood' for a few moment, covered with was all-absorbing to mind and p ckct., I I .

The Sabbath room of love- how much was"involved! ? Not the happiness of thoughts came to Jessie; and. as[the winds sighed shame and confusion 'I' A week elapsed, and Mr. Martin was ready Ito .

We'" aoagbt bier, but oar F'tW Pw4 a day or a year,, but, it might be, of a whole} lifetime ., through the trees or moaned, beneath the eaves, "Now go, young man," said Mr. Carlton, return to Baltimore. So was the;;young man, k

tad celled tba toy abort.T1 'i j it seemed as if a spirit were addressing her. in sternly, as he supported the form of his child: "go but not in the same stage with his illustrious S ,

What Mr.Carlton had said to Levering of his tones of warning.At ," with this vile, unhappy creature, whom you have teacher. \j

,,'. ,oy l Will ver bJ"ube more bia soft blue of eyes principles and |ii i is life was true. Both were bad, ; last, a feeble line of light was' seen upon the reduced from virtue to a level with yourself. !. :Mr. Martin approached the counter in the bar
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\ "*"'t t'O> never more bit gate red lips ours brratbo and very bad. He did not truly love', Jessie, for horizon; and it gradually widened until the dawn Go, consort with,her as your equal; but dream room. The young man an anxious spectator. :,
of that he wasMincapable.! No man who lacks of alliance with the being I near him. ,
j' Hurriedly shawl not again an pure
appeared. around
P the fragrance t4 the $#10""'''' I throwing a
virtue can love;a woman truly; It i is a moral im her, Jessie stood'for seine,minutes near the window have saved from your unhallowed grasp. She 'Mr. Clerk, said Mr. Martin, 'my young friend'\ ,

I. ?Ob! serer more hit tiny clasp possibility. 0 as if awaiting an expectant signal. Presently can never be yours. If before, you could deceive Mr. : ,will settle my bill,agreeably to ingage--

t- '5 Around oar necks be drawn, Levering had first turned his thoughts to mar a hand was laid upon' the lock. Silently her into the belief, that you were an angel of light ment. ./'I) i .
Kor music of hia angel oice riage because i j was necessary, as he said to himself crossing the room, she opened {jbe door.. '. Phillip the power of deception is now gone, for you The young man said nothing, but. looked

's Awake na at the dawa. to form' such an alliance. He belonged to a stood there with his, finger on his lip. stand before her in all your.native corruption and everything. ,'j i ;
I lIe will attend to it Mr. Clerk, as we have' ..al-
:: ,*'''.f We.katlt beside an empty couch wealthy Tamil J and, by marrying into a family, "Is all right?" asked Jessie, i in a I low, agitated. derorm ty. Go sir! the subject '
\ That holiest morn of It'Jul I Ie of equal wealth;;and standing, he would take prosper whisper. ; Confounded by a denouement PO painfnl and ready had a definite understanding on ] -

The ass had arises 7 on earth oqce more. I I care of the future. Of course, he) must havea "All is right," returned. the man.. "Be quick, ; humilia ting, Levering, as soon as he could collect lIe is'pledged, professionally,Mr.pledged Martin, to
Our oa had aiiaea io heaven! beautiful an4 accomplished wife In looking he waiting for you." \ his bewildered senses, sprung from the room. pay my bill, hurriedly repeated t

... aroun4 him, no; one struck the young man's fancy Gliding through the door, Jessie went, noiselessly As he gained the open air, the driver who had 'Where it your evidence. meekly asked i the!

(Prom Arthur Home Gaxette.] so strongly as Bessie Carlton; and, after weighing' down stairs. As she passed into tho open' been so suddenly deprived of his carriage, came young man.Ecidencep. \

TZIEIXOPt lENT. all in favor an4| against an alliance with'her family : air, Levering received her, handing as he did so, up. Levering hurriedly entered the vehicle, exclaiming sneered Mr. Martin. he I''Ye ,
decided to storm the citadel. of her' heart- -"Drive me home!" sir, said the young man, as complacently ,
"Joue man, 1C Is useless io urge this matter.IftvdeeBaJagyour a purse of. money to the treacherous t servant as responded, 'Afaayt bey sure JtfrV.Jlar-
c invitation
.' Handsome, intelligent,; and with a good Address, his promised reward. The man needed not a second to I
offer of alliance with Ihr-
an my In the'impression- mount his box. Quick as thought, he had the tin., ol1l0ll1' evidence. Can you prove the
IUD in earnest" he was not long making he desired. A few minutes prior to this/scene even more 1
t Jessie Carlton's heart reins in his hands, and the horses; were soon gain!
young was quicklywon. exciting took place a short :distance from the out iis i
,. sat i not content with & simple rejection of Mr; Martin saw the snare, and pulling .
itro. Carlton. I give reasons for mansion of Mr. Carlton, where a carriage, stoodin springing before him at a gallop. ,pocket-book, paid the bill\ and with great good f :
: 'Jl ( my I savant I family of Mr. Carlton The reader doubtless understands all this humor assured the man.' 'You will ,!Jget s ,
Philip, ft loathe :: waiting for the fugitive. The driver had left : young h1'h.
and Jib for aU eelsytielt
r Yu-IIa al to .
,, b&y.nuona: and had world'witb withoutadvice t tI
the profession .
without further explanation Levering
Ti' [whom;, Levering bad secured to his interest, was his box and was standing bear his horses. when, ; through your
Will I not :: ,
I" you why un I from __
ray make ere he comprehendedtho I me.
darned worthy to cklm the hand of one whose informed of th$ intended elopement, and employd suddenly, a man: was by his side, pistol i in hand, but few inquiries to 'The- young man thought so too.. ':
snci aid his would afford. whole affair to.more than his entire satisCaci .
keiftTalready Is not ; to give ; as position uttering, in a low peremptory voicCj "Silence, .. .
family as h".A
possess my ,Of course, thai:utmost,secrecy was'enjoined upon and you are safe!" i tion. As for Jessie, she, too, understood enough A busy Pay Day. 5

.,..susy ours 1 I" him; and his ;faithfulness was, soughtto; be se: The driver started back a few paces in alarm; to make her heart sink in her bosom and trem profligatesome young fellow, a son of a lawyer of
young man spoke eagerly while hisbrows eminence in Rhode Island, on a certain} inspection -
well But whenever she thought of the narrow
threats promises. ble escape
cured; by as as Philip who had his ,
while*h >> presented '
a ; weapon,
knit and his fixed a horse of an ignorant
were eyes firmly on she had made from an alliance that could onlyhave day purchased
found it hard bear alone under a, secret of ; .
jo up directed towards him.v the inspection
It for it
next -
to on
kept and
tfeese of the person he alddressed.H if it would not farmer engaged pay: ;
such great importance>> ; he wanted some one to "Now leave these'grounds as quickly'as you pro.duced'fetchedness day. lIe gave a note ; and instead of
\ &. aid Mr. Cariton, manifesting a her down to the in a few short '
have borne grave the word resurection
share, with him the heavy burden. So, confidingin said the intruder. inspection, he ma-
geed Aed of extitement as be spoke, "I do not the discretion of another servant in the house, can go, years, with a.broken heart king it payable on the rcsurection day. j
hesitated when he click of
tveefs&te your right to demand of me reasons for ; first The sharp When the insj>ection-day had come, and the'farmer I
a female, he divulged her, after obtaining the pistol-lock was heard.F F', First-rate Story for Lawyers. unsuspicious of the trick, supposed the '
N coBduct I wiQ however, hat the hap- I ,
jfee child say, natural her promise. not to betray what he was about, toI "Go,' ins&ntlyl!,' repeated G[the man.: Your Whether Lawyers, Doctors, and the other! note to be due, he called upon the young man
$ ofnjy 11 keeping as a
my communicate the fact of Jessie's intended flightOn i in for payment The latter expressed great anton
horses and carriage are safe, ;You will find them professions, should have a distinct department
riUtndlAm ;
bound to protect her in every he should call him before! the
i ishment that on
when the nigl'it previous to the day on:which Mr at the Stage and Hound in an hour from this. a newspaper, has not yet been decided by any of j out i
poscftie I her note was
regard only happiness '
cay. Carlton was to leave home, he sat up late, engaged Now 'if set the value of a':hair Societies or Tea-table Clubs; but said the farmer : '
I cIecIu the offer made for her hand. I know gof you upon your our Debating 'But it is out, 'you. promised
4bs 1 in wr ting. It was past eleven o'clock, .lie.,. r f despite of authority in all such cases acknowl to pay me the next inspection day ; the.time has
Fart of Jessie and know that if
well com- when there was,' a light tap at his door, which The driver by this time thoroughly alarmed we devote a part of a column to the good come, and I want my money' 'Ii
tattled to will be broken heart edged, ,
your keeping a { and a female' servant i 'If you look at the note again, said the young
was opened pmmcdiately, .
4 _t Teas than five ycars- tt may be in less than noiselessly dosing the door !latter fled. As soon as he had left, the .ground, the of,the Gentlemen of the UreeniJag.Every man, cooly. 'you will find it has a very long;,time
glided sadly of note has heard and read
-h stranger mounted the box 'and grasped the lawyer any to run yet' i

her."Well reins. Hardly had he take his place ere of the Celebrated Luther Martin, of Maryland.His .- The farmer was sure the note was due or ought
11o.e your daughter, fro Carlton, replied,: JJannaW Aid he, in, a voice of inquiry i. and Jessie and hurriedly great effort in the case of Aron Burr as to be ; but on spelling it over carefully, he found,
lie lasing man t4 this "Why should I break'W3am as she approached him in a somewhat agttate4 -- Levering appeared, well his displays in the Senate of the UnitedI I to his astonishment, that it was not due till the
entered the as
l le1aartofGDO lion'" curiage."Where : resurection day. He remonstrated with the young S
such love as falls manner, did you say .I.. must drive?" Inquiredthe States, will,not be forgotten. Trifles in the history scape-grace ; but all to no purpose, and he finally -
Levering yours Hannah sank into a chair, so much] disturbed, man, leaning over from tho box. of genius are important, as we hope to laid the case before his father, the lawyer.- ;.
the heart as a bright, not a blessing. I that k t was sane moments before she could speak, the The latter took his son aside and told him he bad
that show in story.
"To Mr Listen's. And jsee : no grass '
: JCN well your principles and your life- Caribn" she at said : oh.I'ba his to Md. better, settle the thing at once. ,
'- oar bed.) "Mr.! .length eIOmfthing grows beneath your horses' f et. Mr. Martin was on way Annapolis, 'For said he, 'though the day is far distant, i

4 + UL red.*pot burned on the young mans check, f dreadful I to tell you." I*' ', The man spoke sharply to the spirited animals, to attend the Supreme Court of the State. .\ you are in a fair way to have business,enough on f

!&eysfiashed. But Mr. Carlton looked "for 1IcL I: ens' sake, Hannah, speak out quickly and away they dashed at full speed. Listen wasa solitary: passenger. was in the stage with him)'and: your hands that day without haying' : your notei

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\r. !i BKEAD.-.Vpamphlet containing instructions for | In 1842, Gen. wolf invaded Texas with a Mexican IV TUB-\i'Rappm" of the present day, are Urmalitr> on Sklpj I

i I D m unfermcntcd,bread, has been published army, and rot a good beating at the battleof behind, (in more senses than one) "ye unseen A packet ship called the rd.I "
a, ,. by Dr. Lewis of New York. Restates that a the Salado. Tom was in the midst of it, and Georg r..l
of flour will make 252 spirits, of the "days of the Pilgrim Fathers.- which arri ed+t New York from '
pounds of bread by was wounded. He participated in several subsequent JL.
f g' entation, or 285':,by effervescence. His receipts conflicts with the Indians, fighting bravely Witness the following, which the Boston Chronicle a week since, had eighteen dad hi of V fit

; for* making unfermented bread ,are as fol as nsTiyl. has copied, from an old journal of a schoolmaster on board ddring her voyage, caused. ." ,

y d er ; : lIe followed his old Texan comrades under who whilom resided in dent food rind
"ye ai town some [water furnished
:much Na 1. To male White Bread. Take of flour Taylor's banner, and hurried along with them into Since them ah of by her .,
ion, finely bolted, B pounds, avoirdupois; bicarbonate battle at Monterey. He was also in the memorable of Ipswich. ch1dlutdied!! the vwsd, aaot_ tgel'
1 soda, in powder, 9 drachms; hydro-chloric struggle at Buena Vista. "Last nighte, as my wife and myselfe were b"r''evidcace a from the same W.
i! pr his t (muriatic)acid,11 1-4: fluid drachms: water,about Black Tom then returned to Texas with the ing to bedde, a dreadful nojse'was heard about that gireij before the Co "
r. :IB fluid'ounces. and house 'ann' sound increased videntlie pears feixljcen of I the eighteen YIdii i if
Kentucky volunteers, after that San Antonio .ye ; ye children. !, .
i enow No.2. To male Brown Bread-Take wheat- became his headquarters. He was, of coursea and seemed toe be in ye bedde memo likewise:- { -,

don't ; (unbolted). 3 pounds avoirdupois; bicarbo general favorite, and lived like a lord, but the Ye wyndowes shooke like a dyce box, and a hor- The passengers; had paid in advance to\
.ts t : of soda.in powder 0 drachms; hydrochloric wandering spirit that ten years' adventures in ryble stynke arose. praellin
(muriatic) acid, '12 ,Y-2 fluid drachms; water. Texas had made second habit with him, would toe brymstone, allmoste taking from us our physician on board except ODe,!who
s, very' } 23 fluid ounces.A now and then break out, and Black Tom would breths., Suddenly! ye cheers and taybles did ly a passengeni The coffee wasi m ade.try-"

I : -- be missing. The next.thing heard of him was at move hither and thither by some tlnscene hand ; water, take from, the sea, although 1 the '
CORE FOR THE uAw.-A young lady, a frontier post or far up in the Indian country in anon all was svlent Soon ye beddes did rneke had goal. enough water for himself ands !
i ; the Suffolk 'Gazette;; while in the country the midst of danger. and shake ten iblye, and ye bedde clothes did e the cabin 1 passengers. It was stated bj fan Sr.

} I non years ago, stepped on a rusty nail, which On the 15th ult. the body of a man was found move hyther and thyther violcntiic. Then ye nesses that the I;,captain refused to PT9 ';=

tr', ;] through her Toot;. the inflammation and pain two miles west of San Antonia A coroner's inquest plastering, didde cracke and snappe tyke unto ishment fora; sick child when applied to.aM* jk
\ of course very great, and lockjaw apprehend- report of a pistol. Soon thai ne wwhsd they would all die:. The
? was held, and a verdict returned of "cameto ye ye jordon bepm ..... r
I, I his: 4 > : A friend of the family however, recom- his death from cause unknown." The body to move aboutc, and it ditT jump npon a chair, ante infant die4, !a short time afterword ,A" '

i ded the application of a beet, taken fresh from was that of old Tom I-A' 0. PUayune. whyrlynge>,aroun de right meryie. I clutched bye diet vas returned! by the jury that th .tMI'-
he garden, pounded:,fine, to the wound. It haddell which died ,shore to '
i iI was ,land pe pone did hoppe and skyppc on; came its 4catls ii-:
;;! and the effect;, very beneficial Soon the around ye rooms, all to our great amusement. proper food;! oni( board the ship,qae ib L
mation began to subside; and, by keep- THE ANCIENT CITY. Taking this statement for true-and the Commissioners of Emigration; 1rm'alii. .
on the crushed beet it for we wouldbe to
,I a fresh upon investigate rigidly.F.e dfti
I I ; and : as its virtue seemed to be impaired, a speedy very slow to doubt the authority of so impor- the case,and cause the guilty parties to ..i._..."

; a little i : ; was effected. Simple, but effectual remedies tant a functionary as a ;uschoo master," of that ished.. The ship appcsrs to be a British-.

t this, should be known to every one. s period;-who shall pretend longer to doubt, the i Such inhuman peculation upon the ni...1.,

{,While -r much scouted; at poor emigrants!! deserves.to be punWvedmost .. '
POISONS.-It will be useful housekeepers to "rappings, which have been
exemplary manner that & '
\ : that if, by any accident, one of the more recently! .exhibited, i in variousjparts of our held apto othere.emDe.dced, in the a waralt <
.. ... .. arras
ily has swallowed Oxalic ......."', ', .
kid artlclcr : >.li ..
.nn'theE b- .. .
ap .corm tryt !'the'r '-
: ; ;ro;: i -. .- 'll .. '. ,, .
tag common salts, used for removing stains $''''- "
j. I ,i furniture and clothes, and cleaning- i, i it hard"-:and \nlelieter, shall scarce'tom Jt.is stated t&sipration the Cocain :

i I + (, sad Y di be neutralized by drinking a quantity onesia f ____n____ "__ _______ good. bare taken in hand the xiortas
it .. ..
or lime water. Cvrrotire Sublimate EQUALITY OF FEDERAL EIGHTS AND Ceo. rOO
DETERMINED Canning te to above,and fort
I so 1 large likewise be rendered( inocuous by taking A FLORIDIAS DEFR.\rnED.-1rr. Wm. B. Ot-_ mined to L__
RESISTANCE TO ALL WHO OPPOSE THEM. cotntpepcaa'prosecntanag ,
el to tes of eggs as soon as possible; pearl ash and way of East Florida, made a complaint at New Jacol*, for tits treatment oflhe Qatf*'

been glue will answer Hydrated oxide of iron York on Friday, before a magistrate, against one board his veiet The Captain still pawaueitj fa ..
administered quickly' is :an antidote against ST. AUGUSTINE : Henry IT. Swccrcoc, the reputed agent of Mr, and I legal process:wfll probably'' be served*.'v'

E g ( White Arunie.CCBE Saturday,September 3d, 1853. Antonio Pclliticr, shipping: merchant,of 98 wail matter will ;be t thoroughly investigated ;1'
l street whom he charges with obtaining from him fyft|
: row BONEFELON. .-A correspondent of by false pretences, the of$450 which CommissIonerSjthroughtheapprop- te rl-ooql \,
ne to : Agents for the Ancient City. sum > amount [A.. r P_ '
Baltimore Clipper, says, that a thimble'full 1 Messrs. BISBEC he paid for two passage tickets fobimself I ... '-r
cal a mfr and quick tileer mixed and bound CANOVA, Jacksonville. and wife to\\Australia board '
I loop on the ship Angelique. The Mortality in Jf cur York,
j 3 \4d Ino. ; tightly over the felon; will draw it to a head i in Ma j. JOHN BEARD, Tallahassee. Warrants: were i issued by the marfstratc The report ofjthe City Inspector ahov? J-

xant course of ten or twelve hours.I The curs R T. Rom, Esq. Pilatka.I5T" for the arrest!' of the,accused, and placed in the nine huwtrd aid\ ,;ztY-A;pcnoiu died .w& .'
1 can then be removed, and by the applies hand of officers Prints, John Davis, Lord and fo ..
boine on The above named gentlemen Are author city of New Fork,, during,the> week which .w"
I 6a of the usual poultices the sore will be soon ; noW'inwho: / brought him before Justice Bogart oti i The
ised for Saturday flight /KrroWsayi ':
J Ji I The rcmedyf+! is said to be S very severe receipt us. He states that upon examination he can show his : ranged according to sex,we find that there>-Jr... :

ork i but altogether preferable to tile disease entire innocence of anv evil intent in the transaction three hundred and sixty-two men, be .. V

marks felons of late years, are quite common am THE.\VEA.TDER above named. He was;; committed to await and fifty-six:women, two hundred one f
1 the remedy, if effectual will prove a real blessing SEPTEMBER has come, and in .its usual ig:1rbporten examination. It is stated that there are ajar< ?e cightbovs, and.two hundred'and thirteen alai. '

i : to the sufferers. o ..!jn... storms and_ g wilw- tr n uJhnr__._n__., nn_._ Tfiiir___._. number of other persons who have been treated among the ceasciL Compared with tluts J...
; day the weather was cloudy with showers in a similar manner: to those whose complaintsare t of the preceding seven dava the general to .
nal FACE R.= I heavy .
& ; or TUB 1Iom Heaven has imprinted recorded above. The:.1nlelique"u to have
tl the '! .j a mother's face something that claims kindred from the East and Southeast' We anticipate considerable sailed on the 15th, and has not yet gone It is hibiu'an hundred anJetghtp cxqesa of mortality fonr amounting.t ,ta .

4.|up with the angels. The waking watchful eye, blustering during the month. alleged by the complainant! at the time he disease: -remained cases. The P"&....
ing causes unchanttd
which keeps its ceaseless vigils over her slumbering .. .. the tickets ,MlAr
the purchased the ship had been attached terrible effects of,the late "hot week "
\ child;;the tender look-the angelic smile g?- WE find a very interesting article in the for various claims, by the sheriff, and also by this recjord with the awful art tfat
B- : objects which neither pencil nor chisel can Floridlan &; Journal the U. S. Marshal, and that the accused upon certaierjof &**
on the culture of vine i i in was aware tlstical regularity. The fatal of
please << and which poetry fails in attempting to of the fact whence sold the tickets. cases son ftnlt t
Upon the eulogies of the most eloquent Florida which we will give to our readers i irt our .. amounted t.ico, hundred and fount* 4. '
I you & we should find Tekel written. It is the next. _. r .\ forty-two adults died of apopferjr, and abtJ- .
1 tongue, S3T" wagon I load of new cotton, (6 bales) the of congestion bf the brain.
I of the heart alone where lives the 4.. The increase of'-'"
I sympathies first of the season; was received yesterday
IE E I living picture and th look abroad in NEW PAPER.-We have received the Messrs. by from the two Jast named diseases alone arid ,' .W
$ eye may seventeenth McNanght Ormonil, from the"wirtla
I I airy : for its counterpart in the works of ark. number of the "Daily American Times," Plantation. We learn that there is a good deal. be to ninety-nine classed;and as the majority of tbent Mf .' '
fairly with
resulting frcacxm
ain't i ANTIDOTE AGAINST POISON! ,-Many lives might published in Baltimore. It is filled with 'matters of cotton in the country read? for market, but the siTe heat, it ttHlibe; ,, seen that this extra-; ;
iu ; ) which'all look form first class planters are too busy picViog to square their and mournful addition cmbe accounted .
saved: by a knowledge of this simple recipe:- daily news teams for hauling. etl'

:. \ large teaspoon of mustard, mixed In a tumbler papers. The topography is beautiful and evinces, There has been exported: from this" port since out the existence 9ran epidemic. We Jbat add.

to : warm water, and swallowed as soon as possi good taste. It us the 1st September last 32,790 bales of that forty-two persons died of the variooa JAw
gives pleasure' to place it on cotton, that of the
Vl1ed a acts as an instant}emetic, sufficiently power- our list of exchanges. viz; 32,503 bates to New York; 71 to New Or type carrying ava fyet&'
ul all that in the stomach. infiamations of the great cavities. '
to remove is lodged
leans, 214 to Liverpool. There
now 83 baleson
,] hand. To this should! are their contents, jsweptofT btY-D M, of __ ,
\ l GIXOER Dr.ER.-Toone: gallon of water take NEW STEAMER ST. JOHNS. probably be added the twenty-one died,of mfiamation of the bnJa._ .

I : ( pound of Loaf Sugar, one ounce Ginger, one THIS fine vessel I, made a pleasure visit to;our receipt at to Cellar New York Keys which(about is 800 in bales has beenshinned Eighty-four (nlVnti died of cholera: icul b '
,) thin
'] toan i : e Cream of Tarter, and the juice of two Lem city,on the 29th instant and remained until) twelve, District We to receive Collection twenty-nine from hydrocephalus, sixty-d* ..

,. 1.'f'.I with the peel{ grated !into! it t; boil i it;; when o'clock. ( rdA! ') the following : there in time for expect our a statement from convulsions lad! thirty-eight from marasafiB
her featly
'"'t. l ltJ add little and after twelve < day-during .I1'VOrt.JrcduZ rr, j'I '
mla, a Yeast standing here' (Fla.) CTmfrtm; &: .
king bottle for use. stay our citizens were politely treated, to a "...'..:.. RecoverrotDlI; Abdtl teA 1. "

delightful excursion up w North River and down From the Plain gentleman named Hems* belonging f&DW j
thumb Ax EXCELLENT LINEAMENT roB BCRXS AALDS.MIX \o tho bay as far as River Matanza the weather enact countryt Md arrived in ,Phih'SatunUr. 4
: a equal parts raw Linseed Oil and ST. Lochs, Aug..25. ih pursuit oran
n for the adopted girl .,
81 Water and season, more than usually pleasant t, The Santa Fc'mail arrived .'
fl'r had apply. it to the injured part five at Independence on some:eight:; or nine! years since\ bad been
: six times a day. for even this mild and salubrious climate-therewas the 23d inst. There was considerable difficulty:! in hirf, charge py" the mother, since dead.j Ths
: I I an excellent band on board, by whose) music throughout New Mexico on account of the JIc.sitgirl: was tmlyjan;; orphan, as her father was alts
| EXCELLENT RECIPE FOR RUECXA T.s. .-8 oz. the la 'qucstio-1.' The Mexicans were bold in their dead and
Powder Gum Guaiac, 4 or. I Pimento, 4 oz. Blood party was most agreeably regaled-these dissatisfaction. Mrs Morris !had brought her up as Mi
it' child!
: It own being now'about
+ thirteen
things with ef
together the
oot, 1 oz Pearlash, 8 pints Brandy. Dose, half and gentlemanly -'' The Indians were quiet Among other causesof :age.: A few +Weeks since an aunt of the yean vfe-
o teaspoonfull in milkor, 1 deportment, of Capt. FKEEBORX excitement girl
I syrup., and others, was a difficulty between Messrs. ited that part jof the couutrj, and one day ta& '

How TO LAY orr A SQUARE :ADR .Measure connected with the agency and, control of the Wcigbtman and Thomas. her out for a walk as was a steamboat laun '
}r ( ; j Boat made the trip in Business was very dull, both at Santa Fe: an-I .ler prcten 09!)feet on each side,and. you will have the quan ; very truth, a delightfulone. the ports below. Fort Arkansas expected a friend oti&'.
to a within an inch. On Monday evening Ball would soon be arrival orthe.poD She took the ciri'on boarf,
tity a .
was given abandoned.Lieutenant:
tlCII .._. .. 1... .. __ byai and. without her coiuenL, or that or her sdncM.I
b '
peat, me magnolia douse; ino gratuitous use Beale s party hail got on rapidly! to a'her ,
herr To EXTRACT OIL nmx CARPETS, OR OTHER off to f?Philadelphia.: Hiii;:
: of which, was, by its public Grande river, 300 miles from Fort Mosaic when via in
WOOLLEN FAIIRICS.Sponge them with strong spirited and courteous their nth: an oA9-ett. started (for 1M
but : Chloric Ether. proprietor B. E. CARR Esqr.,-generously had canoe upsetting; they lost their provision, rand carriecitr but found the.gtrl; In tfe. e
to return to Tans for
tendered for the occasion supplies' causing tre. t. I says she wa overjoyed tt '
;-a course of conduct detention :
a of 20 days. Lieut Ik-ate
Vagrancy1 in t Englaud speak well s teeing Mr.
s. desire ,
1 a
etp to
in tttarc.o
strong and bright contrast; with that of the of his route for a railroad as well timbered and his home aunt
lover : The census of 1891,)in England, show that, on however,who' wltn ri
i ; keeper of tho Planter's Hotel who watered,and susceptible of cultivation. Mr fitzpatrick ho
I I I the night when the census was taken, more than ; rejected an \ll.Jantli to theresciie, and streRf
I .as- not thirty thousand persons were destitute of a roof application bade for his dancing room ; tilth a and they had had distributed presents to the Indian Iv nnt'oscd ; but, on reachms the $i.

!, ai I : to cover them. Fourteen thousand of thee 'in rudeness of language and manner, for which he dispersed.. ... lion hon, listgahe had norischt to Wt|; t,

I aI man round numbers, were i sleeping on barges and has long been peculiarly distinguished Louisiana custody of the feirt, site stripped; her of all the fise-
it j other 'vessel, ten thousand in fields or tents, and ; but to Interior. ry she had pr;viouslr bestowed, and trail meet 1
says. ; six thousand in barns. Most of theso [per dropTiim, and return to a theme, decidedly' more THE COTTOX CROP.-Tho Southern Mirror to remove even her shoes,when, a.'lermuch p&
I were what are called 'trompers,' that }JIJ, agreeable as well more profitable. ([Jackson) of the 18th nit, says: suasion, she cojnsente l to sell them to )fr. lid

a Lhcy were on their way from Pariah to par. The "St Johns;in will, we understand ; commence Reports of cotton crops In this vicinity are not ris! in whoso company tho girl soon after left t $9 .;
isle; for if they had been permanent vagrants\ early the ensuing fall as flattering as wo could wish. Heavy rains city.
in any particular spot,[and known( to be such, if making frequent'' have urged Its growth beyond a healthy speed, r' ,
Tile '
Dcftfl they would have been''arrested, and sent to the not regular periodical trips, to our ton a and causing a very general complaint of "shedding." ulclde of Iwo Young Ladle', '. .

a louse( of correction. What a faithful idea thUgives will probably continue them, through the winter The crop of Mr. John Harbour, and of two other Relative to thVsuicid of two young ladles,ai

I, I : of English pauperism 1 If there are thirty and spring. This will be, to our community a planters near him, was seriously injured by Manchester, N1. II., alluded to by tdagraph a day "
way, thousand homeless wanderers in flat country on most welcome strong winds, as well as rain. Picking;: has com or two since,we learn in addition from file Bos
arrangement, as
his i to from,. affording further menced ton papers that( ono of them
wing, so speak; parish to parish, cn.many plantations, and we hope there was Miss Catheria*
same must be the number of the entire: indigent ready facility of intercommunication with :tho may be a better result than can at present be & Cotton, of PownaJ He., aged 22; the other,

g p : population of that kingdom, considered the wealthiest more 'northern cities. She Is a neat and strong anticipated. The health of our end of the Miss Clara Cochran, aged 19,a native of fiery
to Christendom} For there''are twenty Boat--has extensive and nicely fitted Passenger Uh ia not as good as at our last is. ue. Boston, rcaidi gIn Hopkinton. They fooso) ,

i I : doubtless, in the work-houses, where accommodations and performs up The Ibcrville Gazette of the 20th alt, has the Miss together at No. 24 Manchester Corpontwn,
I I' 1s who has we are told Cochran 1 ud indicated
I i one managed to elude the law ; following items : firequentiy s porpow
1 'ThfrO's ; : there are twenty persons suffering, more or capitally, being" not inferior in speed, to the late The health ofthis parish is to drown hersflf! Both had talked freely 9f Vdo.

I "for from indigence, for every single vagrant i in "Magnolia. Success. to her and her enterprising psesent The crops are prospering unusually finely.good at ing so. The whole'proceedings were marked b.t
V poor house. It is only when we look at the owners. MAXMOTO great coolness 'deliberation.. Both of thsi
WY ect in a light like tfits, that we ralixe'ho werrible CA E.-We have had during the left letters to their friends,anBOcndhg thefrpwposotaad <

f boots. is the d destitution\ i in, EnglandT'Thirty: IST" W* are informed that the correctness oran past week a sugar cane measuring'seven feet and I giving directiooa (lartgani' tAtfeaci
a and
persons without a roof to sleep under, article which we published a few weeks since This b.atriil length' has nineteen perfect joints. figment or- .their afTin Lore was tiw occaafea
I what a fact to down In as cane was raised on the plantation of Mrs. of the .act Having
servant } go : history a picture wherein we stated that two Pope In West tmmndall things for tta
r the nineteenth century.-[Philadelphia Bul death pigs were stung to Baton Rogue, and was taken from event, they left the& boaruing house on Soatfer
,, Bees field
: '. by on our premises, has been doubted ; a of seventy acres of the same sort, without evening, proceeding Hand in hand, and vita

I. sea- ;I to < ;. .- There were others who witnessed the Occur I j picking. We understand! tie|. crops in that parish great apparent cheerfulness to the bridge croo

.said I ; A Negro Yvterau. rence. We clip the following from the Savannah I are generally very good. mprthe upper canal, leading to the afanchattft

!Jlr. Few persons, we think, have travelled in Texas Morning Newt, for the benefit of the doubters. The Planters Banner of the 18th ult, says: mills stepped together upoa the atone wall fill

!", have not heard of Thomas Savoya/tat Black. HORSE Sro o TO DEATH The weather for the last few days has been de the canal justjabove the bridge, and together'
MI i, I alias the Special Citizen of Bexar coon from the Delaware Journal nr -We I learn cidedly pleasant, refreshing showers visiting us leaped into tfiej,water.,

I L ,. He was by trade a':barber but by inclina to Mr. Moopes, of Mill 1,Creek that a horse belonging daily and cooling the atmosphere. A continuance co Miss Cochran left! in her trunk a letter to her!' '

again. a soldier, and his history ;is intimately con near a bee hive, a few days Hundred, ti& of this must prove beneficial to the cane, which sister in Hopkuitoo,.and on the opposite side of
f )hn, with the warlike!part of that of Texas. the whole hive, and maddened ago, was attacked by already looks fine and promises fair. it was written the following, evidently ufeodei

F. was'much fonder, too', of the company of white broke loose, and covered with by the pain 'h I .. .. for the eye of her lover:

I cism as \ than that of persons of his own color. for an adjoining field, where hedied bees, heTsHrted EtT"Suicide by young women,' is becoming "And now, learest, I must write a few laws,

the I Tom was a native of Maryland, then a citizen time iftemards. The bees in a short t fearfully prevalent in New England. Here Is-i though ere you receive themj the hand that penned >
Washington,D.O.,then a resident Mississippi i, horse of Dr. McCabe tied next attacked the fourth within them will be cold In death. Do not think of
case the
the & he the near the same spot three weeks. We me with l for be-
emigrated to.Texaar at beginning .and before he could be regret, 'tisbolter that itshooU::
were the Revolution there, t jtviih a company of Mis from being ? was nearly dad I copy from the Bangor Mercury; so.

Dean :volunteers, his razor in his pocket and a etrortsjo sue severely stung.was Mr.also McCabe, in his "On Saturday evening, about five o'clock Miss '!One more unfortunate,

I on his shoulder. They joined Gen.Houston The bas were teJssL badly stung Laura A. Sealand,a girl of irreproachable charac Wearr breath
1 short time after the battle of San Jacinto, but of a lady, by drenching them: at with the .suggestion ter, and 10 yearn old, took an,, ounce of arsenic, .ItashlYImportunate, ,

i .say, : _. .....Tom's_ ___"-subsequent_ ... conduct.. ... .. as a soldier_ slit_ on the horse. ... water while which caused her death in about five hours.- Gone to her death."
sober I we 01 nu -.. .- .- The deceased left letter
i ; : praise nara-Dgnung comrades and "" B f a in which she stated her "I forgive aty who have injured me, and craft !
rior officers. A Negro determination ,
re Arrested for to rid herself of life and that
I you ITIarder In she forgiveness of ill have erred and Knox '
t you
The had :
1839 t
procured .It
year was distinguished in Texan Savannah. and mixed the
I an poison. She have. Bo i .
1 e, by the expedition under Jordan to Saltillo BDFTALO no reason for the fatal act" cave happy,and forget mo not Kvea
assist the teacherous Canales August 29. .. you ever marry', still 'twill not be wicked to cast
: : in his armed A i< .
named ni
\ i&t negro Wntton was yesterday A PRKTIXO a thought on ,and no one would love.1OQ the
attempt arrested
: against the Mexican Orricc W
gen anti Fede- : rOB
Niagara Falls OXD.-Yrs.> Phebe less font
He betrayed his little band of charged with the murder of Patcrsonr! of New York I shall, I hope, be buried in Verooot
Texan ,
but a person nunedvlones, three fice proposes to open an of by the aide of my mother. Farewell"as
they and their gallant leader the vannah. years ago, in Sa for the instruction of
it gave Immediately women in the vario
after the She also enclosed in
Federalists and State arrest had be branches of her letter scraps of poetry
\'! '' Rights Mexican known type-setting,
two as thorough consecutive come some three,hundred negroes formed 'Paterson is herself printing, cV M rs. which: no doubt expressed her feelings at fee
!do drubbings mob and an intelligent
aunl"l' ever received, and then ,returned leisure a the officers.rescued Watton from the custody of ,tcr. She designs to take paactical prin time writing.. Her letter b her sister Rasa
A girls as
hon ,without number of Irish l apprentices most affectionate farewell useless -
btcrruption. Black Tom laborVnwere in the art, who will be *reqoesl thai DO
was then called to the promptly for
paid i ,
of Jordan's: men, and if he had little assistance of the office replace ,when work in proportion to their their grief would follow her death "twooHB' *
<< at : time to his occasion a desperate fight took which capacity, diligence to see Jessie
t ." [" I use razor, he made up for it br the resulted In and progress. She will have yoq again, bat U ttwnthe otherwise
a re-capture of the a pleasant comfortable
iIlf'ul Walton We will for
1 h&odliDlofhIa oflentive weapons. negro who wu at room, occupiod meet n6 more oa earth. Weep not 4
I once conveyea south 1 < 216 b''ullon street exclusivcly. by women, at me, for I am a. burden to mycal> arid &he t1a (

i' I I : t V I is a heaven I where my weary heart Rill naL"

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correspondent: of the Pita y- jNapolcon. A&"ruaatlUetlll. :: Administrator's Notice. Lumemoral has held its place among the remedial' & ,
I From Picolata 18 miles dutauce to St. Augustine I IAlilns. PFRSONS. demands against ciu of the tlateria Medica.if! I K
Raynaud, the Frenchman arrested in London ilLL having! just ale be found worthy .
Mondays and Thursdays 11 A.1.. '
estate of Elizabeth Clarke the ol'confiJence 4
; U JAeutty took place on Sudday night for sending letters to the Prince de JoinrOle, lJuuTlI.-Sundll"lnd Wednesdays 12 M. i late John D. 'Clarke, late of St. John widow* County ol deceased At all events.bycoatiauedesperirnte thofewioper| ist in iheemp'oyment f k'. :,
at JI rk1wn' offering to assassinate Louis Napoleon has hada Crusxa.-.IuadayaaaJ MNISVV : .IL
111 o'qpck, .eoffee-houae, Wednesdays M A. are hereby called upon to present them and toleration of other alcoholic medicines, as tine- '
e t, W watt S C. Brooks and JOMBndfttld. hearing and-been ,held to bail The prisoner without delAY to the undesigned. Those not presented tares bitters, !.c., and especially Chore who preterit I."

growing out of a misun- vas probably under'sOme derangement of mind. within the time prescribed by law will be Gin under any circumstances,must all unite in giving ,I
;at the dinner table on the Mine day. said he had been' for a long time: suffering ADVERTISEMENTS. forever barred. the preference to a pure article over the rnanifotd ..

'Brooks'a had ordered some champs from ill health, which; occasionally affected! his R. B. CANOVA. Admr. adulterations rile in the maiket. Mr. Wolfe t
Brooks being served offered to intellect. He had been an inmate of the hospital NOTICE. July 16th. 8wka .I. liberally supplies physic-inns with a sample bottle foriinalyrid I 'i

l aa were tatting beside him. Jcexas, at Southampton, where; hi*hair waspartly: shaved and trial, as set forth in his circular, and .'1
j what intimate with .brooks had oft: Under thiuq circumstances, and for thee 'Q IX MONTHS from date,the undersigned PICOLATA FERRY.DJ. stake*tbe reputation of the remedy open the iuno- 1.

.. champagne, considered that Brooks or.sak of hi$ wife, hf Jmplored the mercy and con- Samp ministrator.on Williams; of deceased the rotate will W. Clarke linal and : DURRENCE, the proprietor of thi c-nce.saf' tf and efficiency his Holland Gin, when I 1'

te him fry not exteuding to others.bIvW ride-ration !of the court Tbe letters be wrote and piesetit acconnis has procured an entire new set of ued under medical advice, and pledges his own ,
)ii' vouchers,to the Hon. Judge of I'robate, Boats and
constantly keeps sufficient in business
a number of that
were read character the article will
affair not diyi l.
1t-' previously strengtened the fur :It. Johns for !
.A : County .etdtment and will at the hands to travellers
i.. and acting under the excitement In, the !first: letter, alter dwelling upon the i interest fame lime ask to discharged aseucli administra the St.Sobn pass River without every debcrip'ion across point any who uself Ii p J
t armed himself also did Brooks, which he to 4 k' in the welfare and liappi- tor. The road from St. Augustine to Newnansville is [From the New York Esj ua, October 26 1&52) '

1IItl r act at the Smile. Jeans had been in seas of the Prtuce'P family and the feelings of ,VPNANCIO SANQMEZ.( Admr. well repaired and by the attention of Mewf.% N'orteu MEDICAL LIQUORS. t. Ii a

&MK !some time previous to Brook's hatred bra which be Entertained, in common with St. Angusline. beet 3 I85J, Sparkman and utbers/it will;' be constantly kept in In common, I presumewith many others of the I .
.-IN, Brooks had sat but & few minutes. oppressed' countrymen, towards Napoleon good repair. profession. I received some few monthsaslnre. ;.y t

... ..i requested a friend to go home with hlm, the Little/ who, had deprived the Prince and Administratrix's Ie.By Persons travelling between Tallahassee and St. a circular addressed 'To Phyicians throughout the I
Mined and he left his family'tof their Just right to the throne of Augustine by passing: through Picotata instead of i
; mss himself. On France s VIRTUE otan order ,issued by lion. O. United States.1 by Mr. Udolpbo.\yolfe, the importer ;
ZJteUag&* eUeJeemlta.IJed him and asked the writer proceeded to say: judge ol Probate ofS .'Johns( Cu n- Jacksonville or 1'alatka, will ,ue.more than thirty! i Beaver street, inviting a medical and chemical ;
pease-back which Brooks refused I leak for Puis. Ity journey is for you, miles and find a much better Uoad. examination olD new article Holland Ginman '
...$ to M. iy 1 will sell without reserve to the highest bidder on '
gpea IN* re url Jcema cried to Brooks to dcjZAIfrKSS and for you alone. : I swear,it on the grave of my Monday jh t! third day October. nest ;in from of the of There the ferry are for now. permanent buildings on both sides ufactured by himself, a: Schitda, ia UoUandb, a *._ .
mother he
and advanced father.1 Mr life is a burden to me. accommodation of traveller peculiar process and for medical
towards him. BrooksfjimnBiT l Court House in the city of St. Augustine! : between put up use. '; :
r drew a revolver, and on the second I cannot suffer i it, !,|my prince. My wife, 'who is !the hours of 10 and 2' a house and'', lot I situated in July 9th. 1853. D.J.DU1MKNCE. under somewhat Dutch title "Schiedam Aromatk ( :'t 1

totbetJeems in the neck, though not danMffodf seventeen yean of age, 1 wish to place under this city belonging the Estate or Jose Papy late Schnnpps' The circular; claims for thin article an em :: f

Jrei&s now drew a small boweknifejncH your protection. I have found an excuse for my iiFnaid County decrased, said lot b bounded on the I Bounty Laud Warrants. inently superior degree of purity. aroma, ftayorlnJ.

oo Brooks, catching him with the left voyage, ajid she consent. But the poor child West by George Street on the South|>yBridge| Streei.on .. medicinal etficacy, and offers 'nor-ovei. a gratuitous "!
I1ssd bitting eleven wound him will be tip only victim of my project. I do not th* Cast by lot of Martin CIn, !aandan the T HE SUBSCRIBER will pay in *M the high, supply of it to any physician who nay feel disposed '
npon est market price for Land Warrants.M. to test thete claims in scientific and
sleep. I must alone North l Mrs. ] a professional
....,..i to the deep of six inrhc Brooks take charge of the inma by lot Margaret .,... ANDREU. manner.

y ged to North, Carolina where is mous wrench. HcJ and his people must perish. -Also, I St Augustine, June 30,1853. B.inl familiar with three facts ia relation to the ,
I Jeer ;s k now'in. prison'' A1O\Jt- It J a a terrible thirig for me,, to be an assassin, A black girl D.ined.Fanar J', lonl ngto.aid Estate use of Holland a medicine, first ,t
: ., ; Gi a namely: .
Me Is from Baltimore,, aid m hilt must t be, if I sell niylast jshirt I anr,now- being ten yeah old;'said, property U sold to settle ; ," Patent, Medicine when pure it absolutely! and not thc :" '

1'1..1i'-_ __. ." writing' in; the absence of my poor wife, I must the liabilities of said Estate. I" ,'lil SWAN MUSTANG LINIMENT celebraITa. exchanged for any other .-iOY1uabl to the pro' b ,,
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tat to nIsJi: May you read fh my lieart the ANN T. PAPY Administratrix.St. Cession in
-. .. ted for diseases of the Horse many complaintsboth acute and chronics i ..
sentimental have for you and your dear family. Augustine, $rpt. 3, Itt53. McMums Elixir of Opium. secondly that amid the muliude of 01 made or soot !
....ossEucounterwlthzw Imrk. :, Adieu, my Prince* All J,desire is, that you.may Davis P Killer tern ted liquors with a -
OB tfee 19th of April 1rhitefh.o soldier tarn be the =making vegetable, Holland Gin is rntr bouDc
"' young *. upon throne the people hap Circulars with the above be had pure scarcely to _'
fCBJOTinl at Corfu, were gaffing along; at a rapid) pier; arA all Erance loving ,,you." can price; and thirdly/ that the radical at ,
Hrandreth's Pills Moflats
,*.6e boat .ia which they were received and In the second letter there i is the following passage. Pills, inferior or "puriuus gin consist, first,ipuritf'lofD1 hydrat"c ,
4ea stack, ax if it had run upon a rock which Strong's Pill, Janes Medicines, oxide of Aiuyl, a poiS ono oil. more :";,

Mttty capsized her. One of the soldiers having "I again take tlie liberty ofj writing to yon Fahnestock Vermifuge, Poinsetts Loxccust', known as Potato spirit Fousel oil, or Amilic Alco t,
the side these Fitch's Medicine, Ayers Cherry Pectoral, hol ;mad secondly, of the heavier of the '
,-,1mI" perceived a large shark f!w lines, previous to my departure. I two essential ;
fvta&bgektfc to the boat, but it disappeared have collected'the,,HtUe money duo to me,: but .i it THE STEAMER CAROLINA, iL. M. COXET- Townscnd's Sarsannarilla, Sg'da{ do. oils of Juni.'r, instead of the lighter--* *hich impurities _

ad to throwing a bottle at it A number o{! will not suffice to carry out my views. I alone TEK, )Master ivill make a trip toSt.: Augustine, Cod Gum Liver Arabic Oil, Gelatine, Liquorice', anexcessive usually!destination result from the mercenary system of ;
&c. of the
serpabes were also about, and one of these was undertake to blow4 up the tyrant and his'accomplices or. Tuesday the Oth day of September, and leave I resolve materials em toyed-3
July, 2. B. E. CARR. taacceptof,1lr.UdulpholYolfe'ac
Ktrpoaeed by a Soldier named Flowers, turn o;f l and all thoe n round him I will give ray the same day:! for Clear eaten. Aug. 27. ____ __ _____ ______ ___ _____ and put fats '.Schil"laI Aromati Schnapps"alleage to the,
)It. Fknrers, chimney sweeper, Theatre-Rtreot, lest ;.guarantees the advances you-I leave Lime test of rijjid induced
t 1Iiek. On being struck the porpoise im- my will, who is posepscd/ of the value of 12,000 'Tuinariiid*.. Clapboards &c. notwithstanding the proprietor's was long do this ,

BM&telr dared, and the line being cntanglecn francs, besides Iu4 .cpu" in a business.; I cm- MUSTARD Spices and Jars,Tam3rin:' vials! 500 bmllds Shell Lirne,25 do Stone do,soon reputed respectability as an' because standing the and 0 !

.d the arm of a soldier named Hanson, he ploy several workMen Your Royal Highness, Cayenne Pepper, bottles IVppe ,Pout.irranite dloneal+o Nails/: Hnir, city ul ,gin,above that of importer o her spirituous pu-liquor
Tar Pitch Rusin every
Mtdfigped into the water. Flowers *ceing it is money I require, but not a 'heavy sum. I ,8 8t. sauces, Catsups, olives, cppt'u, rnce.'ginger Oil,,Crushes, Sheet?Lead Oakum, 'Vhite L<*ad, Paint, employed in medical practice, is of the most ,.

HaeMR about thirty yards from the boat maklnj F; must havj} .f20, and I give the right to anyone pimt'nto'cDs.ia, cloves, nuitnegd: mace,(reuch tin, Oar Iron. l vital consequence to the community inasmuch as it ;l
,P fa rock turned the boat in that direction and to stab me anywhere, where ever I may be, if I mustard, horf rndisli, Ireslj nalmun, aad: ?rted essences August Gib. E. C" RR. subject to two distinct cause of pernicious impurity

sttrir. overtook him: but When within about BIXyards do not change, the French, Government"FLOGGED. of herbs for cooking, choice liuuu, butter,. lard, namely ; the interior oil of Juniper, I well a* ,

of him kis oApanions cried out that there I .. crackers cbeeSl".ugius, teas, &'c'r' Intone Lime ,for white washiug, very good the FouL I oil 1 found, moreover, the "Aromatic
a shark towards Hanson. A' Aug 27. ; E, CARR. also White wash Schnapps" recomendei by a physician
vua germ r Elowcrseked scene transpired this city,this, j Brush Coloring, paints Alum 1 strongly u "
knife which stuck In the side of the boatffasfed forenoon that is all,the talk. A married 'lady of White Lead Ac:I Coppems, Glue, &c. \ writer of no less influence than Dr. D. Bl ,Reese, o t

bead first into the water, and diiingftderseaUi respectable character had been insulted{ by a per- April 30th,1 Ip3.{ : B 1:. CARR. the New Yurk Uedical Gazette, and bv many t
the, who 95: Kegs While Lea I, Linsecti$ Oil,Turpentine, : the most eminent members of the who
turned The
shark himself wears
on bin back, pantA. knowldgo of this Insultcoming proeni
w jw4 thrust the knife into the belly of the monster to the yard of the hu&tand and anethce VarnishLi+hgrageCoprratiVerdigrir'Crrrnblacr k, B lacking Varnish, &C.--.Marona hoe had no reason to suppose had any other
red and yellow pain'schrome greenyellow! and redbrimestone blacking, Masons hue Varnish, Harness Varnish than empiracle evidence of its pharmaceutical purity
la several but i it
place it was of little th relative was agreed to take
;; use, summary veagan ce
sulphur, glue, indigo. : Rubber nnd value I therefore resolved meJicn-1
blacking, Fish Oil, Neats foot Oil. at to inlon l
sfcark having seized upon Hanson, and taking on the delinquent The !lady was armed with a August 20. B.C. CARR. retail. D. E. C.lRR. men at least f.r the sake of the public at
fete leg off near the knee. Flowers then endeavored ra w-hidt:,;,, and,the'poetess went to the place where I ,, 'Vi I i rrsultsuf my investigu 'Oil,whether they lr e.oft -

to get LU comrade on his back, but both of the guilty one was !doing business. The bus Ideates, Hums, liucou. the I..uuudrcsilarch polish for vorable or otherwise to the character of the article, .
them were nearly exhausted lie succeeded band and the relative then seized and held him. RKCEIVGD a nice lot of White Bean s, with common starch-will give linen a and the inte.est of !proprietor.

feererer, in getting him into the boat, and bound and the la:Jy administered a severe cowhiding J Uhams, Bncon, LArd, Butter, Crackers. Cheese beautiful ivory appearance., D. P, CARR. "a'hol results! are a A follows: Searching fr for
up the wound with his shirt When they reached The affair was witnessed by a large company dried apples, Vermicelli, &c B. E. CARR. tht oil Juniper, by distillation, I off,

tie hoitpkal their unfortunate comrade was near It is the !latest application of women's rights, and Auguat2U. TO THE PHYSICIANS OF THE from two quarts of the IiquiJ/whose specific gravity

ly dead from the exhaustion: but after a short won't be,very popular with that clans of delinquents. was, 832,and whose boiling point was 313 degrees

IHM recovered.VhHe on their way they cap- But the people, said amen.Columbit MECHANICS, INVENTORS, ANDJUMVUiWCTUItBRS. STATJi OF rLo trD.l.WOLFS nor did successive reili*t ilia i ion yield an jrt>il greater
used the wounded shark,and towed it on Rho re. (Ohio) J U"'lill. "I! CELEBRATED SCHIEDAM Alfa gravity, or of any other kind whatever. The ,
31 wekbed 4. same quantity of common Holland Gin, called,
284 Ibs., and when opened the ro
was CCBE $-150. III Splendid Prizes.>.< 8,1:5'0.VOLUI TIC SCO..V lPPS. }'irldeJan kxcejtsive ,
feuad m ita throat the bone mangled to bit a. FOB Smas. -Almost any sting, except amont, by redistillationof oil
The body of the shark has been placed in the the "stiD'p" of conscience uuy bo cured ,by : E IX of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN com O EEJlILYG it unnecessary remind any> wrybinUF71wiibthrbubngpomtof5.12dcgten: .
&.Dora' Home at Corfu.Inhuman. putting some spirits j p:f turpentine on the p,--=. on the 17th of September. it is chiefly regular member of the Medical profession of ihe, the lighter oil having previously passed over. 'fbil
'If voted Uie advancement of the interests of Mechan- established Medical properties of pure Holland Gin, was conclusive aa the tqp'-riori'y of Mr. Wolfe's gin, ,
.. iCIlntcnlorl, Manufactures, and Farmers, bv the in many diseases of dropsical! I tendency respectfully in relation to the oil of Juniper,upon which the aroma.

Conduct.'We ," OBITCAnV> : I diffusion( of useful knowledge upon'': 'these important invite your examination to o very superior articl-, flavor, and diureticand lt'dicinapropeujcl'of tvery ) ;
branches. It ia edited manufactured by myself exclusively, at Schiedam iu kind ul gin essentially I .
select the following account from the S t. by men practically skilled in I :
the ana and sciences,an J is widely+I regarded as k Holland, by a process peculiar to my own factory. As to the Fousel oil,wit\hich aUinrl orlrilu, 'j t :
l'Irweiscii4 Cfc*> is or we 12th wt. : sound and able journal. Nearly all( the valuable II is flavored anJnieJieotrJ, nut by the common OIIB liquors are morn or tl impregnated, i

Oat of the engineers on board the steamer patents' which issue weekly from .the patent office! harsh berry but by the choice botanical I variety ,of rrluJ.aa,them pcuonnua the exact ratio in which .
'" nAtcr landed from : the Aromatic Italian Juniper Berry, whose they ate imbilwd-which causes such to j",
was that boat at Bayou Sara are il ustrated with engravings, and the claims ofall moreviaoua liquoo intoxicate .
ee Sunday evening last, about4 o'clock., lie the paten}* are published in its; colu.n\is-Uiud w extract U dualled ouJ rectified with ils aplllufexqutiteflavorandarontaaltogethrrtrnnccenJr! ll- when other do not,aad creates inat murd .'i;
went to the Planter s Exchange Hotel to obtain& makincthe paper: a perfect sc.eiitific and mechani i- solventand thus become*a concentrated tincture, insatiable appetite for undue indulgence .

ladgfegt, and the proprietor being absent, the 1 1j 1l encyclopedia for future as well, :as prcs-nt: refer in its cordial and nt, deplorable consequences, of which the friends of I
lrjretper told him he could remain there until l eii-e. The Scientific American .is, very exten.ively Gin heretofore! known.medicinal properties any Holland I temperance and philanthropy 8 justly complain. !
the circulated-its circulation i the last:Volume exceeding instead of that satiety and fatiwoulots of taste, for
proprietor in. The had the ji
man yc1l0Vfem Amid the influx of inferior which
distillations the drinkers
18.000 copies per week. It is ,':in foim for binding with which of pure liquors ire dis nwbed-
;; and so soon as the proprietor came, he told = each volume contains several' hundred the market is now flooded, physicians find no little of this fe'd, ilcrid, nsthinatical Fousel oil, I found ow t
bun that it 'was Imp wsible for him to accommodate ; engravings difficultyin! procuring a good and teen, which trace in Wolfe's medicinal gin, ail i
nnd over I'our hundred ol/rending pure l\1. nt ugh repeatedly
in Dtt a--ln this ; paces mailer
pity on
Friday 2Cth
him ultimoMrs. ;
as his boarders would all leave him i
with an .index. The practical receipts alone they can prescribe with confidence in its beneficialeffects various quantities of it with the
the event cf his doing so; but said that he would MARY CLARKE, a native of this pity are worth to any family much more than the subscription ; As an importer of twenty years standing, in cliloride of calcium, by the usual procetp, which EV !
frets him removed toother quarters and furnish rice. tbe city of New York and possessing a matured experience readily detects and obtains in the ordinary spirituous
feta with a bed and other conveniences. He was ]},E[>-In this city on the 28th ultimo, Cap, The publishers II offer the following valuableprizes in the manufacture of HOLLAND Gut especially liquors. i 1

ao&rSngly,between the hours of 12 and 1 o'clock JAMES fvEOGil, aunties of KilkcnneyIreland for the largest list of subscribers sent in I beg to submit to your attention my AROMATIC Accordingly, I feel) bound to say that I regard this }
$n Sunday night moved into warehouse whict 110 SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS as ono which cannot fuil\ to gin as being in every respect pre-emtantly ,
but pare
far 2G years a resident of this State, aged 5 by the 1st January next:-$100 will be given realize
was Sun your utmost expectations shall be happy and deserving of medical patronage. It is indebted
B&cceupicd street and the
of the hotel accomnalik'd him and remained years. 10a for the largest list; $75 for the!second; $)0 far toforward to you a bottle of it,free of charge,in answer /lot its superiority, J doubt not, to sound and select j
the! third $13 for the fourth $t0 for Ate
; ; letter
to a intimating readness motrrialsand tn that
vita T your to peculiarly accurate method of
until I accept
in the J U
morning.The :J5 fur the Gth $30 for the 7th $25 for .
ANNUNCE1IENTSThe $ ; ; t it. distillation( "hich leaves the heavier and less volatile
tta next morning the man got up and went t"I --, ,, .... Sth ; $20 for the 9th; $15 for the 10th; $10 It is now scarcely one year since I have prepared essential: gild' both of the barley and the berry,behind
irtmahoat f tetmboat Anding to get a passage on a friends, ;" of the Hon.- THOMAS the llth ; and $5 for the 12th. The cash, fill and distributed my J;cm ED AX GIN exclusively for( in the still. This oleo is sufficient to account for the

for Sew Orleans, but the captain re- be paid to the order of the successful competitor, medicinal purposes ; yet within that biief period,1 ,refined aroma of this above other gins;but ia regard
teed to take him. He then went back to the BALTZELL, of Leone announce him as h, cmadillatc immediately after January 1st, 1954.# have received numerous letters, both from physicians to the specipl qualiiea of the Italian Juniper teeny

bseae on Sun street,when some persons residing to:the voters of Florida for CHIEF Jmice 'l'ER1ISOne $2 and patients testifying to its:: really extraordinary of which the manufcturer speaks in his) circular;! .
fa fee neighborhood of the house where he had of the StAtf, ,and respectfully solict their months five copy year six months, ; one copy efficacy Gravel, Incipient Dropsy,and afiVctions of have no chtmicGl knowledge,nor wherein its lighter
six $1 copies
lees taken the night previous objected to hircBtaining support ; $4; ten the Kidneys an j! ladder generally;also in Dyspeptic oil differs Iroui .:rat of the Juniperut commvnii. I
there Election lit Monday in October. copies six months, $8; ten copies 12 months, Maladies when taken in find thai,the oil
as they apprehended danger from proper quantities os a Diet pure of both,polarizes,to the left,and
M nears proximity to the fatal disea;(. He wasaoeerJingfy We arc: I nnthoriied I to $15; fifteen copies twelve months;, $22; twenty Drink, and especially at dinner id found by nnifu inexperience yit Ids, with hydrochloric acid,a liquid camphor
announce: copies twelve months, $28 in advance. to be efficacious This acid in the -
liken from thence to a house near eminently in the most being stomach AS 'principal component -
the Railroad Depot out of the limits of the c i' 'o' BENJAMIN WRIGHT, as a candidate for Southern and Western money' taken ear sub obstinate cases, when even the bed of the usual remedies of the gastricjuiceprobnbly creates this malte -!

cohort, on Monday evening. A kind gentleman the office pf CuiEr JCSTICE of Hhe Supreme scriptions.Letters. have failed to afford more than temporary reli {, vial from the oil, and render i thevaluable diffusive
IIkmW to him on Monday- night and on Tues Court should: be directed, postpaid, to Muss and I have no doubt thai: it would yield similar resultswith stimulant for which it was formerly, and will,probably

day mornine he war'placed in charge of some pcr- & Co., 123 Fulton-strcct, N. Y., precision. and certainly in your own professionalexperience. : ,again be renown d. '

sees,and while they were temporarily absent he We arc! authorized to announce 1 consequently regard Mr. Wolfs "Schiedam
j The Aromatic Schiedam Schanpps Is in Aromatic achn-ipps" as valuable accession to ,
put ourpharmaceutical
fat fe. up and left Ute house, and was about tweet preen* t 20 DOLLARS, REWARD.RUNAWAY Strong bottles pints and 4art., neatly) covered up and agentaiueny! nothing of its comparative

r boars ofkcrwardu, found dead in the weed from Duns Lake, labelled with my name embo sed on tbe bottle, also, ilnouou:Del! lo th'we who use distilled ft-

BMurite premises. A jury inquest was immediately a candidate for ejection for CiUEr JUSTICE of the my W'lLLISmiddleagoo man, a fac simile of my signature on the label and my seal gouts 8 a beverage. Tu persons traveling in the
called together and returned a verdict. black, his hair is'somewhatxt. ; grey, on (the cork,'with ait essay upon in properties.UDOLPHO Southwest, where the best water frequently produces
rf-Dkxl of yellow fever.? State n4$ the approaching election in October rte L has a scar on one of his legs. The WOLFE, distressing and 10mrthne even dangerous effects

.. Jut)"! above reward will be paid to any Importer 22 Beaver street, New York. upon persons unaccustomed to them, should think

r SxtmoBidliiarr Devotion of a 3Iothcr I I'I person who will deliver him to the jail of St. Extracts from the New York Medical Gazelle and it would be a good precautionary provision, .acounteractive

to Two Itttaue Child reu. The'frlclldt' of, CHARLES If. DUPOXT, Johns or that of any County wherein he may be Journal of Health edited by D* M. Reese, )J. D. mixed in moderate or preventive of those eflecis,whea ,
lfct. I'' taken. It is that he is lurking betweenSt L. L. D., 775 Broadway October 1st. quantities. At all events, i U
supposed 1852
Uagcrstowa (ifa.) Herald records the of Gadsdeq County, Florida, announce him as acandidate : the purest IIOSiLt article of Holland Gin,

: ... at IlrL Nourse. an old lady, at the almsAfemit fbr As.socUE'JcsTICE of the SupremeCourt Augustine and Matanzas HOLLAND GIN ,AS A MEDICINE. uno tainate, as such, may be safely prescribed hqetforl

r ..',*.. kt JW to..... and adds: l' of the!I.State! at,the approaching'. election tri St Augustine, August 12th GEORGE 1,853., OLI *. E R. of In a circular our last! on number this subject we accompanied, from our the fellow-citizen publication, by physicians. DAVID L.MOTT.M..D., \' "}t .,

forty yearn ago t. son and daughter October next, ; I 'Udulpho Wolfe, Esq., with a bnfe commentary, expressive Pharmaceutical Chemist. .
..' .c...> old !lady both Insane or idiotic, were I Administrator's otlcc. of our 'own views. Since then we have June, 18ih 3a .
Iwittf&t to the alms-house of this country. Soon The friend of the ,Hon. THOMAS Id HEREBY GIVEN, that in lour I been tmp'oyiug this agent, and thus far wi'h fnoraabte

ferwsrda, the mother left her home,.and those DOUGLAS, late Judge of the Eastern Circuit; NOTICE from this date. I will apply, by petition results'. But we are in the receipt of several Profcor Alex. C. Barry's Trico- ,'

ether elaiJdreD who were able to take care ofttyaefves. announce him as:a candidate for the office, of ASSOCIATE to the Hoa. JuJge of Probate of Bt. Johns CounlyClr ', communications on the subject, from medical men, OK MEDICATED, COMPOUND, (o a i
took up her residence at the alms- leave to sell the Real Estate of, Elizabeth Clarke which serve to show that Air. \Volfc' Aromatic Beautifying, Curling, Preserving. Restoring and
fewse with her afflicted and helpless omsp n J S arcs -of tan Supreme Court, at the I deceased ; for the purpose of paying;'the debts of said Schiedam Schnapps is very extensively in use, and Strengthening the lair, Relieving diseases of the

sad watched: over them and ministered to th IC"election in :October nexl. July I Estate and for other purpose, beneficial: to the hr us.rto, in the hands of physicians, Is proving itself as a Skin. Curing Rheumatic Pains,and Healing External

waatc, as a mother can do until the bodily ,_ legal representatives, or devisees 'thereof' stimulating diuretic to be eminently successful, IIftf'rolher Wound. Bounded by no geographical line,
only ,
**d medal infirmities the The Hon. WILLIAM A. FORWARD, R. U. CANOV.Admr.' medication with this intent had been tried in the f'BARtts. TsicorBcaors pervade
attending aged '' Si. Augustine, August 13, 1853.! vain. In one of the cased thus reported,abdominal the Union. The. sales of the article of

......her. She was worth about ten thousand dollars Circuit of Florida will be voted for by the NOTICE.SIX averted ; and in another distressing case ol gravtl I, Professor Bur after a careful l examination of his

fa own right when she thus immercd herself; people in said Circuit to, fill the same office which WEEKS from this date J shall apply 80 called has been entirely removed by the passagefor sale that the number of botllea delivered
ibis unattiactivg bonding, but she cheerfully Hon. G. Humphreys Judge of Probate ot a calculus ol considerable size, which is ascribed ito order, in quantities! of from half a gross ,
.twreadered all the comforts and he now hojds, at the election in October next to the of only two bottles of this article. ap
enjoymentswtieh for the County of St. Johns for letters of Administraiion use ward, during the year 1852, was within a trifle
such July We know not the object of Mr. Wolfe o
pecuniary competency afforded;e- 16.: on'the; Estate of Alexander Solana late i iu design- 9:0.00.
TWe4 the ties of frendship and gave up th6 -- -...,- -- of said ating his preparation by the singularly uueuPloon!ous unnecessary to present at length the evi
fIIet-- of society, that she might bestow aove We arc authorised to announce deceased.JAMES B. PONCE. aame3f"Schnappsn nor of denominatineit in his deuces of the wonderful properitiesof the Tricophe- -
., '. those who most needed it. advertisement the "'concentrated Tincture of jumper rows, when tile puplic have furnished such in '
upon S St. an
the name pf GEO. ROGERS as a candidate 6ws.
St Augustine August 4,1833. '
Whet instead perpetuating its ancient tittle of Holland dorsement this. ''
proof of the intensity of that love! ; I The cheapness of article
.. what a taCt for the records of Heaven! for( ril re-election for the office of Solicitor for FOR SALE. Gin. It h true that he admits to be nothingelse and the explanations given of its chrmicl th action

, the Eastern Judicial. Circuit of the State of Florida than the latter article in its pure state,unadulterated upon the bair,t e sehlp7eod/ in all cases of superficial
I IL\VEA LIKELY NEGRO GIRLscventecnyears ,!t.y noxious drugs: anJ hence he contradistinguishes I irritation, first recommended it to the attention ,
at the approaching election in October next'
,. 4 JOIQCW CAFTCBEP. California letter dated i. old will be sold at private sale. is from Gin of commerce, nrailyall which of the people. Thin waa all that the inventoi de .
f" :I ; :: Apply to, R. B. CANOVA as is well known, ia manufactured here and e Iseaired..
trtburg.July -27, says: To tlic Voters tof St.,Johns Count Ag Every bottlradrertiaed itself. The effects
August 6, 1833. where from inferior whisky and refuse drugs, The of! the fluid exceeded acted like a
.. k huG east been reported here that the com- The undersigned, presents himself..to, his rl' name he has given it,I owever,may serve the purposeof charm. The ladies epcatonIt it. Country ,!

..May Love commanded by Captain Harry low-citizens,, as a candidate for the office of TAXOTICK; desieoatia his ankle as prepared exclusivelymedical for dealers in every section of the United State* : !
act with the notorious murderer and rob [ receiving the State and County taxes purposes and thus commend it to physician found they must have it; and thus was built a i
her, Jaaquin, and six of his, equally infamous SHERIFF :at the next October election and respectfully IS.ur 1833. The first day of October for whose convenience it n on sale only by reputable, wholesale trade of an extent hitherto unheard lap ar I.!

feed, at Panocha Pass, and after a desperateruawHg solicits their suffrages. next is the year last day for keepingthe"ssessmentBook' druggists and apothecaries. regards articles of this kind. The highest point, baa I

fight, Joaquin and one of his gang were MICHAEL NELIGAN.StAugustine and will after that L As n-sprcts its medicinal and curative effects, we'underttand not yet been reached, and it ia believed that the !
kri and two taken prisoners; three managed 1 j open day proceed to hi.n to claim only that it is a pure and sales this will be a million and a half of battles.rteY i!
, tttfiaik their escape, but one of their horses 20, Aug. 1853. levy and advertise for non payment of' taxes. reliable article of Holland Gin, and as such wn UrPotaaJ11/aanfactoryNo.137BradwoyNew Yt"1 I j
\ R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off of the confidence of physicians: in those diseases for
wen kited and several captured. Captain Love The friends of JACOB.MICKLER York. I Retail price, 25 cents a large bottle. !
present : Tax Assessor and Collector.St which th..yare wont to prescribe it, and have
taw oa his down with his prisoners and hitherto Liberal discount to purhs.by the quantity.. j
tQ&.d of Joaquin way preserved in spi hits. One his' name as a candidate for the office of Augustine,July 30th. only been restrained by finding it imprac'icahh: to Sold br all the and draggnta

GCLoteom was seriously injured. In .SHERIFF :,OF ST. JOIIXS CWA'TT', at the Ham .. obtain the article in a pure stale. Nor shoulJ anyprejudice throughout the Unitea State and Canada,, Meico; .I '
dec. (.hnfcelotperFte alcoholic medicine
Butter arq against deprive the Wrst Great Fnnce&c. "
-.a. October Indis.
K.... 10W'1. next .election. ; I 3. E. CARR, afflicted of the benefit of this article,which from time I J un(HW2.1 Brlai Cmf

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L. UhLiUbu DIrectOry*, : For the county of St,.John's, OD the first Mobday S'J'ABLlTSECURITY -.
I Magnolia I ''ffotel' r !:" On St. George Street, ;onh ol t in November (which for ths year 1653 will be Ihe : *I, CLOTHING !

/be Public Square; and vpe door north of the Methojjist "th November. V e90 ,OOOr :'[ {he ', Foall. ,

Church For Ithe county of Nassas Thursday before theibird THE; HUTIUL LIFE 'JNSI1RA p r- I

S Fmrffowf.. Oo Treasury* Lane North ofihe Monday in November, (say for 1853, the 17th COMPANY / ; JF1 AIL; 1L (Q) W H

Public ;. NoYtmber. ( r.
Purchasers of
City Hottl OD C .r1oue tpd i Bar Street, a few OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL St.. are info r
For the county of Duval,oa the 3d Monday in November 1'6.T ETAccomuUued Fund,N oV. 1st, 1849. wears manufacturing the.URG T that VMENT
doors :doutb Easf$ of*he Public Sduare.I'Utntert : $ this I O!
.Hotel ,On Charlotte! Streejand Tress. (which. for 1853, will he the 21s* November. OOO.securely invested in Bonds and M orOLQTBING (at wboleje 4> :
For ;the county of Marion, 09 the 1st Monday in real in this and able for the Country Trade toTbT Dl1)
pry IB*, north of the Public Square, annexed to the on estate city Brooklyn, and i Ithe t fouj "
?J FJcida' ijoue. V December; aajr (or 1853, the :5.th$ December. nfthe Slate and City of New York and,, 'said States. It.,

V DcRDIttP HOUSES.Ttttio. .' For khe county of Alachna: on the 2d Monday in Htates Government. V p'ro. IDWe do business on the !

,. December, (sav 12th December in the year 183.. This fuud is rapidly: increasing by a widely I I ; first One Price '
Ni" 9n St. George Street. a few door3uIhofLhe V Hyxtem.
: ded and business. !
For the county of Columbia, on the 3d prosperous than
Counlloue and Public Square. In December, (jjrbjch for 1853, will be the 19th De The Company declared a dividend of profits of : not I Orders promptly filled. An eX min t.ioa/orOllr'/
G. H.PP1Op- Bay sirett, corner of Bay IDdl.iardeD all stock L solicited.V .
emberp ty-two per cent on existing policies on the f if the
11a13e.V I o January! l84d. HAXDFORD 4, BROTJlER
'DOCTORS. All tile Profits are divided : 20 Park Row, (opposits the |
JJW <1i1f mu J m." ; Astor
Oo F. Ifttfan. Office his Houae NY. .
V l. a J Dwellio g the JII lIred. I ,
An Bridge Street): i iII V I ST. AUGUSTINE, E, F. N. B. We are the largest
The premiums payable in cash nor manufacturer
I II Dtiet.Joka. I. Pjeek. OJbce on fit. George Street: annually,s : each} OILED ,* of
annually, or quarterly, interest beiag added on CLOTH1SG
V p few' door Nortli. of the Court House.i THIS ESTABLISJLMEXT hav deferred ;
,! i i DRUGGIST. .1;; ; ing undergone, Th r ugh.lepairs this I payments.Thecashprinciple adopted by this Company nor. j in lowest the market country.rates.Rubber Clothing'*t ti*>

V .Vr PCZglitra.. CbeJ'Qlll' ; d DUieltCharloue present season, U now ready for mes to the parties for whose benefit'the ; June 2;)., .
V Street. 'I| V V reception ot Company. FAMILIES AND are effected, the whole nf the advantages, I I .3tn.IRUCIAMAT1oN .
:, j I TRANSIENT: JJQAttDERS cap have spacious : subjecting them to the heavy drawback of ) ) I as i 11) I / '
I :
LAwYF.gs.V Apartrnents.ROOIIIH lated premium notes. il'ri I I ; .

B. D. ollltl. C-'insellor at Law, '-.office on Arjlleiy Airy. Clean, and IVcat-. Persons may effect insurance on their own not !j Commonwealth. St. ADI1 a.
I Ii 1-
Lane.I'| : lies $hc 1. "rlllbed laauthoulclr.- and the lives of others. A married woman can lien I j V FrearrinaL at the v ,

i/, .*. Putnam., .' Attorney and Counceflor i nfotlitn \Vaut1tt;. cure the life of her husband,the benefits ef uhich" V !i nod .)I WRITABLE "CHEAP CASH STORE!

at I.awottIcc, Picolala; sjree'. I j V The House is well known secured by Jaw for the exclusive use herself or I .j THE subscriber has tbeui&faetion.to
V fle.i f e If. \\Fairka,kt. Attorney and Councilor Iuilt' as being re' enlly r dren. V I friends ; that by the Ust trip of the kanaka
| xprevsly with a view to the C.rrJIRIIILV
accom- and all others : ,
1,1'flice Court House. : dependent upon : ou- received extensive additions nis
I odation of Intalid and other, being entirely r ries are specially invited ro avaii themselves of a all l I and is now:prepared to supply them pre; I"areq:
built orYood., with Rooms' with n+ ',,,
connecting, Fold source whereby theirsurvivingfamilesmay: be ofv riety uf artirle. in the ry
Fancy n4
PUBLIC OFFICES. ing DQors &c., which renders it Free from rom the evils of penury.Pamphletsexplanatory. .. including a full and Dry Coc l j5.;

; V '''' P.., OJf' Lawrence: Andrea: Post Master, o rV r- Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to vindows of tb 'prindples V of V :\ re made Clothing ;t suited complete to the climate auortnje ofi[
flee f i. the Court Ho se. through, opening on lioZZlPromcnade Ttvo Life Insurance and iliustratinLals advantages, ,of Ladies. Misses and children's shoes and se w>

:. Surveyor Geaeroft Offiet, John W/stcoft/ ; Stir r Hundred Feet. Protection, from Rains, CoM I forms of application,may be o fllzUl d at the office .[ I less' Daht\ BOOb; and,shoe* V for g.:..r Dat'Jar.aDd I4r "

r yeyor General) on hospital Street,corner of Artillery tVinds.&c.,, forming(; a desirable RETREAT from, the Company, 35 Wa IIt..or of any of its agents. I thS aironyr.but,genteel' quality fur lads. wear ts!1

Lane and Hospital Sjtreet. I confinement ut ull seasons of the yenr.I .- TRUSTEES. I, also a choice" lot oferockery and glass .

V Lif4,Office.-A..' T. Noda, Register of Public I The House is situated facing Sojth in centralsosition I los B Collins!, David C Col!Jen, of i wise aadllery of a superior !quality, aa wtl' .

J.anJs-offic |Ja ,tae.Court House. and retired from other Dwellings Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards' ] ,.IS I:, good supply" cutlery. II

V TA.,. T.,,. Rutiell.' Receiver, office in Court The House contains 45 Rooms with addition R II McCurfy. Wm ,Belts ( 7r. The abov. Kgoods have been' selected by1' et-y. ,

I loose.hdft. :., al Parlours' ) Dining, Setting Hoom ,nnd con Ered Winston : Joseph Blunt r.. I rienced ngents'nd will be disposed i offnmtr V
of Prolate] (Humphrey's dge:,) office C W Faber Isaac of t nominal a D4InreUron'cosE3' and
veniences in general For.4ccommodaIiQu V Pearson cliargnu*.
I { ) n).. i it
j jD tte!> Court House, V 'be: John P Yelverton. Henry Wells. \ in-1 1 bound and determinedDuto I\ be'under '
not :surpassed. .
-t V Ptltr B. Duti>oi.' "Clerk Circuit Court, office in I The well .earned Reputation this Househali TheoSedgwick, 'Win Moore\ ,\I' any I one. \ l"f
VI V the Court House. ,: YeAr Stacy B Collins, Zebedee any He takes this: occasion to announce
flfl/i fl B.CtlRO II. SherifTand Tax Collt tor, from; to Ve/ir acquired will be th" I Cook, than friends, that hi4 to hitjtf'tiLt.
John II prowled
V hce in the Court lIo se. \ 4 i Propritrcss,:Mrs. DAVIS aim to sustain ,and John Wadsworth Swift, Jona David Miller, on 'I'I and Kasint\ia\ come to hand-supplv and he of..c"Yjr.,. ,

_u Collector. of Ctttomt.. .' Paul' Arnau., offiee, in_; for- the.1! liberal. Patronage heretofore, she returns S 1\1 Cornell, Rnhrrt Comstock flhnvlurGouv I : ten. ,I call and_ partake_ .freely t "without: & .i tit....
pnariouc: iireei aiIntptctor :h retjJtQIe aer tlte Ior Cr A. ner 111011K5. i ---
V ? I :M Wilkins James Chambers out price. \, --r r1TllrAs I ,
U t'erpaU. The Table will be supplied with clioicet John V :\ ,; '
V L R.
of Cnttot.; Jamei, A. Mkklejr.f. Same Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks. ,Venison, Fred Whittlesey Pruyn Joseph Moses Tuckerman II 'j V Corner of St. Gf org-f and Picofata streets ANDEV. ;.1'
J I 1 11. :fronton.' Judge 'U. S. Court Northern Turkeys and Shell Fun, which at this time Charles Ely. V V Win J Bunker Grinnell; 1 1 site Monument' j'Square' : M.

District<}f Florida, office in the Court House.' I IG. our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or Johq C Cruger Eugene ,: July! 23.1853 *

I:. Fnirbankt. Clerk 'U. S. Court office) iu more Hunters, sporting exclusively fur this Walter Joy, Francis Dutilh Lathrop, I I I I HUuttoua .:

l |he Court House. .V IIouV [ .se.! Alfred Pell, J O II' Bnttous !I! Buttons !!! "
I J Drpyty, .'lard", GSOT& I. Zchnbaur office in Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing V LOTXiF THOSE CHEAP!
.f Court Hquse.JUSTICES. JOSEPH! B. COLLINS, President. A'XOTIIEl BUT.
V Tackles, Bout for Excursion, &c. ISAAC ABO ITT, Secretary. V | I tons, togctherwlfliacokeIotofJtztryj .
QFTIIE PEACE; ?. V Very Respectfully, JOSEPH I.U3T, Counsellor. V the' tick jttet received. and for'.aJc at the Vxxzntu/

Reuben Pin haii).-QiFjce at 4ill rl'i.iJeuce, ,' South TROPRIKTRUSS.X ; : 'C;. R. FAIRBANKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. l'' "Cheap (J5I $torr," r I.. R. ANDREC.

fSi:Francis Barracks. VI j. V q 16th. i I i H I .

f ff f Humphrey Notary Public-office in ibe Court Ct-It b Hie wish off the Proprietress V i >>e I Notice.

Upuse', :: I : that the Servants attached Received the ;, an I All personsj; ar..l hereby forbiden from trqsspss.
by Carolina ,
hams: toni i
CITY OfF.ICF.U:1. I to thq House should be civil, atten JUST lead,linseed oil, turpentine I L1ja or cutting any timber on tba 'jraetaf .
MiyorClerk ; IftznjhreL" : liv e, and obllIII&; & syrup honey, sugars, pork, baconhams, nail. the I land known as 6,000 cre4Iying on tie East$ sib .
beef, i
4..urenceAndreU. ; crackers, bread, flour candles, I 1 : 1 the j t I of St.Johns River between, what was formerly: owl
soap ,
V ,fll"l 4ntau i I A ( OF PUKE MORALS.PETKiiSOiVsTlAGAZLN. rasions: almonds, i I not as Mures plact) opptxslfe; Pilatka and Baenp tM4*
currants,' citron
tea, j l
gV 4,1 iIeaicis. }1 A.lJuUltQ.: I i ;' I pepper, tobacco. segars: snufl", and leaf brooms cllma. !; col put of i giant) of 15.JOOO acres mad tjt Juaa
.fljkA4'lU4iw. I I 'I' I hboards, baskets Huertasand being the same 6,000 acres fold M
E.&c. pails f fchlines mats, : "
of the Cit} I JIT Francis J. Avice. by John Huertaa,_As all, id
i .CoKncil 4. D- ,, office : The Best and B. E. CARR. I i s* law ,
V Cheapest Ladies'.l1Jagaint..QI ot claimed: by of
at the Council room: I : ; March 12th. me aj guardian CaalLtu A'1tI.
'_ A NEW VOLUME of this popular periodical will' : MtRYN.MC.
COt", 2f4ra' '"'andCltrkof; the Zjatkrt, Reuben I V
EiIIttIn.V! : : .. | I I commence, will] the ,Janun: nunberfor 1833. which I : and St Augustine :May Uih. 1853.StatIonary.. 'V
I J 4 will be ready by the tat of December Claret I :
V and will be the : Wine Ac. _J
\ t PORT W \ PE ; matt superb eeer j'ullitfted. V V A very superior Claret Wine, bottled in : ( V V

I rs\C.\ Ztstrn, Ckarlei' Hanger1 Jot. E. Pomar.AUCTIONEER. V 1 he onlyOrigiiial Jlagaziue. and pints also 10 boxes Claret % ,', she RECEIVED by Brig Tremontan rzcetimt. ,I
j' : This is now the only Magazine: that gives original I Sherry; Madeira and Port Wine, lordial j I I t prime thationry.pfeveryvxiry

: articles 'ztlul "tlg: Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, the ed Ale, Porter Philadelphia Ale and Porter,' '! and description &,r sale IIf', '"

jtp.Centcr? F. f.. :Ferrcira and J, Striicha. hot ntid all the best American writers, are regularcontributors Water,Choice Principe and 0lher8rand Sl' ara..Aro.manfic i [ I I "1 IU,.. ZYLSTk.\ I VI

[ ( More thrilling stories, tales and novels Honey Dew Tobacco,(Pipes Snuff : I \ I .
have in this Leaf and Cut Tobacco. i An, Ordhuuce.l I
appeared periodical in the last tenyears ,
MERCHANTS, than. in all thQthertpnt togel er. The tone B. E. CARR. ; i ll Arrfliu ClnlainrA-, hv ifir lUnor! 'nn.Il A.u.. ,
"" M.: B.;!+atlreu. Dealer m Staple and ::'Fancy' Dry U that qf the highest moral purity, so that every lam S Augustine June 4th 1853.IlIavdTablcaud mnenof thr city;of St. Augustine,'i in Cuunci1s i: ;;;';',

$ 4 4"""" r ywd'i coroef qf George;; aud 1'icotata s reeu. Market ily where there are dadghters, should.have it. Receipts .I ( for- bled ;V thnt from: and after the'proniufgation? ef dit.

.t Square.Uurtiugarne. I patterns for embroidery and everything useful Uh Ten PinT : I Odwance.it'shall not be lawful for or prmutted.i

& Huwk-Corner of St. George to (lie sex. appear monthly. Ia the Magnolia Retreat Alley of anV slave free negro or maJatto. 10 own. or have fa, und Treasury Lane open throughout. I
J Colored Fashions! here Oaily. .tL; day and .Evening. : po9 rssioH.-directly or imfireetly -within the Kmi'tajl
flur''I!' B. C rr. Wholesale! and Retail dealer V V I!i of said city Gun Pistol
: r Nov ; any or other fire ,
No other 211 irm ,*
Magazine now gives colored no t8tf S. (
f tint steel MIRANDA.
l> quality Family l Groceries fashion Vt .
V of al! kinds, Li thl't t any description ; and! any slave', free .
plates, as this does. /Full! I I negro 9f i-
st| aor. &e., lio.21:1l11t: side Clarlitte descriptions ( .. \ latto.tpinngrewme
) ,ree"". Noi ; each j ; against! this probibiti )o."iaU, ..
: Q'h.ly: This
ef the PabHe square.Get.'ge company m plate. is, in fact the Hops Ac. the i I conviction brfurt the Mayor, "
tei-book of fashion, and be'punished. "! ui ..
indispensable all who
Hurt ,licaler i iQ Stqple; and Fancy Dry r to Yest I! less than ten normore; than tiirty nine
would know how to Powder Cream stripes H'"
KQods VVest aide of 4.lrt'sHlegIlDllyyet economically Hops ofTartar. 1:
: Charlotte street :a.few doors It enables Carb, ) bare back and 4 y,and every Gun, Pisiwl or wier
Jsuqth .,fTreasuryIane.: every lady to be her own dre.mfAktr.Jaulficeut Soda.-Barley, Essence Lemon of
? Orange Peel', Savory, Peach Spices: r.1 j|I .lercripiion fife arms found in ;>>outniqQ': cf"a
.VrA.JIJ. IVqkeman.VhoIesale: and Retail dealer ; Mezzotint and Thyme, I I stave free negro! or mulatto (unles abe .
Sago, Prandy, Cinnamon' same at|
ot Dry Goods and other Nutmegs, Cur- I
Qrocmes. (Jrocery store qn the Engraving* rie in vials, English i be shown, by due proof to belong to a wtute' '! V
Jrouud floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, The inezzqUqta\ qnd steel engravings, one of which, I Cayenne peper,mustard Asst., Sauces Prepared, french Mustud and the claimant", thereof shall satisfy the'p Slayer rsos.,,
Charlotte street,' Howard's Building. : at least "appear jrj every number are uqnvalled for Pc klea. do. Catsup. do : i I that it came: into* the possession o( such sLive. .itk- :.
Mitiei S. t( JV. Pi,.11.""' Dealers in Fancy beauty. In illustrations, as well as reading matter, in- out his said claimants' consent or knowle ) b
Goods, &c. opposite \\\e\\ I'J nttrs Hofcl on tast indeed, thIs Magazine' : U: without an jual.} In fact I. Domestic Preserves Asst. hereby dectare-df' be forfeited and thall under jej thaV.
hide Chariqtte) street. th.it it the only itlmtrated Magazine Fruit, Cherries of the
V in the countryuhich BraudT &c. Tamarins.? Mayor, be sold by the MarAill ,
redr Ctnet. Ik.aledQ Groceries; Provisions, ic. ; hat tteadily incremted in cir Illation every: I Pineapple, Ginger Olives florae radish. : J : V after IWO days notice posted up m the 'Jarkes V
corner of Cuqa and St. Grorttf street. year, which proves hqy superior it is. Fresh Slamon, Sardines at Retail. ; and at two or m S city{ public -
F. J. 9tl/ eJr- Vatch Maker and! Jeweler, on Teriii4, Ieu't.It of All. B. E. CARR. utcry. to tbei! highest; bidder ; ,and tbe *(s'f
CCQrie IrrteC. nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. St. Augustine June 18th, 1853. of ihe saleshallgotwenty-five
One copy for one year, 2 dollars for three percent PEt .6' ,
71&04. Nelun. Retailer of ; copies 5 __ _
Boots the
Hats and Dry Goods Shoes, Caps, dollar* ; for five copies ? dollars uijd fifty cents -- verso. ilforuung- and wi-iincr: .iiJ mnn_n_._* ___ tII_. ,
east side of Cliarlqttee street, ; : remainder to City roor fUD. "
Corner qf Charlotte for eight copies 10 dollars ; for sixteen copies 20 dol Patent lUcdlclllcJl.MEXICAS V Ihej
street:and Treasury Lane.! Passed in ,Council July 2. 18;]. j
It.-l 'rt.'Ct .Andrea. Tailor, Charlotte lars.PRMIUM3 I MUSTANG LINIMENT: '
near he Fort, ,V : street t, : FOR Ct.U8S.-To repay petsons getting of the Horse. Attest, / G. HUMPHUEYd( 3Jayor.( .
Join up Clubs tbe fallowing splendid: Premiums willgiven Mcilums V V 1'1
Utina. Boot maker CliQrlqttel! Itret't'Qur be .For Elixir of Opium. A B. Pact'I Y. CI..rk. .
the City Hotel. :- a club of three or five, a premium Davis Pain-Killer
vegetable -
AJichael ? ellig.n-Cabinet l\taer Charlotte: plate, 1 16 by 24 inches\ -a magnificent offer. For a Circulars with the above can, be extracts from Proceeding V I .
club of had
eight a of the of Cilf:
Itrnt,1M low Temperance Hall. '1llrlot. copy Magazine for 1852. For Brandreth' Pills 1! 'f:
a club of sixteen, an extra for Moffats Pills, Council. ,
,. copy and
Olive 4Iack a
V near the North Gate of the City.Smith aqd (';Qun Smith, plate in addition.Addressed V premium Strong's Pill, Janes Medicines, .. THE following Resolutions were then severally

I II post-paid, 10CUARLES Fahnestock Vermifuge, Poinsetts Loxecust, and adopted, namely :

VV I Bowling /lley, Liquort and Refr'cthmen\t, I IV by J. PETFRSON. FitchV Medicine, Ayers Cherry Pectoral, :\... Resolution!! let ,
to,Brider; d.y lintel. V No 98 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Townsend's SarsaphariDa. Sands do. Retohed ly tie Mayor and. Aldermen iCtute3' j

e Pkilip Comet.' Retailer of Liquors, Refreshments V Cod Liver Oil, ,Gelatine, Liquorice :! c conceitedThat) the Ordinance prohibiting !baiaif .

4c., Charlotte, : street' opposite nridi r'. Bowling TO IAUGE PLJuVi'EKS. Gum Arabic, !c. within certain I limit thertin specified, passed tlw V::4

/ 4lley. V Valuable Tracts of Laud fur Sale. July. 2, B, E. CARR.{ IJt 4 31st of July, 1843, be amended by inserting unmt> 4

-- f HI HE subscriber as Agent ol the several owners !I dialely alter the [word "bathe" in the secotuf line sj 1
thr first
V STAGE'OFFICE. JL offers for sale some! of the most valuable'lands Hair Dye.Improved t' section thereof the follow uigr vix : except ,
within the
V in Last Florida to wit : I' eaeloture*r wall of a regtlur l decently
Office **<
II'ntt., ojf\e I picaltt* MH Sql V_ r'Jitr'' City 800 acres valuable hammock land West pfFiemington liq aid hair Dye-This is a capital conitruefed Bathing Haute and it was (ikr V5
an instantaneous
: ,known as the Gibbs Lands Marion Co., Dye and no trouble- See directions.and1 permanent > wise Resolved, that: said Ordinance, be further. 1

1100 acres near the Alachua ,Savanna! known as Jf not satisfactory to be It iswarrantedand amended and altered, n to read thus (to wit) say .
CHURCHES.Rojutu the Garey Grant. ther black or brown. desired returned. It 'dies ci- I person violating (lbi.RetioD of this ordinance: shall
itie 1400 acres in San Feiasco try it. I on conviction before the Mayor if
Ctth< Church. North. side Monumen Hammock near New. : a vbite pcrsoa.
V nansville, known the Lawton B. E. CARR. I forfeit and pnyforthe; first oif,
..ulre., a* Lands. May J4, 1853. V ( < j; Epitfopltt Church. South tide) l\tooumentequare. Several ;thousand. acres good 'and in the Arre.. S S dollars with a 11;.costs which may accrue IB theeol-
V PreilKtertex Churck. On St. George dondo Grant. >; lection of said fine and for each subsequent t' 0&_ .,
V V "' CWudOr th'lqu.fe; ; ; street 7000 acres on Halifax River South! 'of St. An- loue Lime for white washing, very good' a fined' Tea dollars with coats aa aforesaid aaJ 3

MttkodUt\ Epiteopal Chiireh. St.: George street, gustineknowq as the Bulow Plantation having 800acres : um, al\ a White wash Brushes Coloring, paints Al negro! or malatto, on conviction shall ircttass, figainst
.4 'near the Magnolia. House of open land suitable for cane and cottou. Copperas, Glue, &c. i, V this ordinance the offender shall rreelterwt

V .., i -,. And'several' other bodjes of hammock land on I April 30th, 1853. B E. CARR. ty-five stripes on tbe, bare back.ResolntloB.
j navigable waters. .I
OF COURT EASTERN 3d.Retoltcd .
The titles ari undoubted and terms low ,Fig :
OF FLORIDA. Apply TAMARINDS PaatePrunes.Bitten.Choice ( That hereaRer, until otherwise provi-
to GEO.
V FAIRBANKS, eco. French CordaI, ded,
Almonds a tax of six and
quarter cents day be feried
srnina TZZt.Fo.rieCoA4tesofOr&ngeaid Feb28.: 18S2 St. Angustin.Florida. hickory Nuts Ale, Porter, I per
Cider and
; St. Lucie tc. Wines, Brandy d I collected fall! each stall in the Fish marker,w4
at Mel I and
V \11Yille.olf first Tuesday iq Aprfl iq each aad V Schoo BookO..ae Ill \ I occupied in tie vending ofFish ; and it is here
n. E.
) CARR. by made the dny of the
Jan. 15th City Marshal to examim
". err year- ) Geography and 'Atlas, Woodrride do 1853.Blacking. all t fuh
brought the
V to market
For the Couqty of Surapter at Adarqsville on the do. Peter Parleys do, Smiths new Gram I rence ofany: two discreet and (with the eoncv
mar. Olneya History of the United ; and disinterested j pcr'whom ,.
eccond Mouday iq April m each! and States Webster's!
J every Tarnish he select}
: year.
speller and definer Walker's dictionary, southern &C:-. ..ons shoe : may to unite with him ia soy exata-
For the county Putnam at Pilatka,third Tues 1*y V class book,crhnsba w history of QrttC ,do do of Rome first I nish, shoe Varnish, Harness Var lion he may make) ahall condemn all such fun H
April,'in each and Rubber
\( ,every year do do of United States english reader, pictorial rctaU- blacking fish Oil, Nests foot Oil. a t may be unsound and atfit for use-and' (from and

t I For the county of Marion: ,at Ocal;, fourth Monday ling book, do primmer, do Rider school reader spel da B. E. CARL after the passage of this resolution no ask *f fH
i.' shall
tt I I of April I bolls arithmetic, slates lea I pencils\ ink letter be made, tither openly or covertly until>>

For the county of( Alachua' at Newnansville, wafers, quills, steel! pens, note ,paper toy books paper Jjc. Received by the Carolina, JO Cases choice made market in bell has ,beeir' regularly rang, and any: safe] J
r\rot\ Monday m M.y. B. E. CARR. 2 Bbls. Nice Hams, 10 Keg violation of this prohibition is hereby aVcbrrd '

For the county of Columbia! at :Alligator! on the March 26th. 1853. Butter, 10 boxes Cheese. d* Chocolate, 3 do Con chaser to be utterly void,and not entitling the par-1. s
(gress Water, 2 to a preference
V tccca4 Monday of May. : fine Cut tobacco i in tin foil, : over any other indlndiul 4
1OOO BOOK AGENTS WASTED Choice Principe &c., Segara,at Retail. may be present at and after the ringing of said befl
For the ,
county, oNauaaatNaaC.: II., Q'n the and for
TO SELL fish
propose any he sec.&atl! desire to
V PIC1'IRI1Al; B. E' may
Wednesday before the fourth USEFULVanKS : CARR, 1
ibqday _
j jja _
21 V .
), \ MAY J 53. : purchase lad A- -* -!!; ci..I.!_. SSIS
For the ccuaty of Daval!, at Jacksonville on the $1.000 DOLLARS FOR TUB YEAR! 1853.: V : or ctvertly, contrary- to' the i;; :Dti;;;; iqt t

,, fourth Monday or 11.Y.V V A YEAR! Utqe, Clapboards- this interdiction,shall on conviction before the, M 7'

For the c..uuiY of St. John's a.t St. Augustine on WANTED' !ia every county of the United SOD bushels &c ,, or be fined in quadruple the value of any full so$O1 U '
V the aecoAd Moq4 r ia June. V active and enterprising men, to en Clapboards.. Shell Lime.25 do Stone do,5000 ; by him, with costs of prosecution.
i the sale of, Post.
gage iq some of the best Granite Stone,also "Setohed
VYALLTU*. To Books in the Tar Pitch'Rosin. Nails. Hair That his Uo r. tM Mayor. be [ courtry. men rf good address, posseting I Oakum. White Lead Pa au'Oil ted to invite the attention 01( Li ut. M. LSmiUi, ol. ,
Far the cruntln of Orange and S)., Lucie thirdTueaday. null capital of from 825 to $100, such inducements Brushes Sneet Lead, IJR, Bar Iron. the United States Topographical Engineer Carp
I before) the first : will' be offered as to eqable! 1
Monday in '
November, them to make (rum S3 B. E. CARR. now in this City and (who it is understood 011 & .
(which for! the year 1853, will h* the8th October.f'or I. to 85 a day profit Aigai 6th.For tour of Canal Survey in our State,) to the groad
The Books
the county of ht ain, oq th<* last Tuesday their IT published by us are all useful in i intervening between the head of Matanza U rtrad

t 1 before the ItMondayln November (which) for the character, extremely popular, and command V the Laimdress._starcu polish Smith's Creek t&ehe d of Halifax River,at "Ba-
Urge sale wherever
year 18i3, will N lat of November. they are offered. } 11* with common starch-will give for lows Haulover" and to ask that he,will,if consisted
For further linen
I particulars, address beautiful a
For the county of Snmpter, on the fourth Wed tes- I, ) ROBERT SIMKS(postage paid) ivory appearanc B. F. CARR with his other arrangements; examine the same.wi"1a

V day Jh Norember, (which for ,the year 1853, will, be 181 William PUWsBIJI': view to ascertain the practicability of openifljC *
Jd November !' Street, New York. water communication to those >a
toe February, 5th, 1853 V Butter Ham. &C.-Choice J lot ;connect two pou
Steam3 and
I : per report to the City Council the result of his'**
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