The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00151

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TIEANcIEt4TCITY. ceive, between us and the sky, the tall spar of a no great distance, as well ,that she must be a Cot the destructions, fortunately, did not stop i Au Incident In tb- West. '
vessel, which by the night glass, was made out Urge man:of War. ,: After a few minutes' interval, here. It was evident that tko explosion had "Music bath charms to soothe the savage'breast."

ftBL} RED EVERY SATURDAY, AT to be a schooner. She was at about half a, mile's another shot boomed along the deep, readily succeeded taken place sooner than the priates themselveshad About a year sine a temperance man moved

ft. jlBfosUiie! St. Joints Conner Flo.BY distance from us, amid r by the 'way in which her by others of the same formidable loudness. expected. Three the canoes were swamped I with his family from South Carolina to the West.

B. B. CANOVA, royals were set, appeared to be standing; right At l length these were replied to by other guns by the concussion; and the same thing, if not The sparseness of the population, and the continual -
'h -TIH DoUa,.. annum in advance. across our fore fo$.. The circumstance ..seemed evidently of a lass calibre, and proceeding froma far worse, had happened to the boat which carried travel past his place, rendered it a necessaryact

toatil per absolutely incrediUd Scarcely one puff f.wind different quarter. ( the gallant little band of pursuers, who had of humanity hi him, frequently to entertain

all- 'arrearages, are bad arts' nee* lung,before sunset. *and..,' 4-.;fTJjey are at.it!-they are atitl** now forthe incautiously pulled hard for the schooner is soon travelers who could get no farther. Owing to
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.. YO es sad tan. rJr1_I seen ffiat we could not have first time shouted our skipper, who had I'"edhit as she had been abandoned, instigated at once the frequency of these calls, he resolved to enlarge -

vftSfcrtt insertion, and 75 cents for each been,'advancing'above half a knot an hour; yet I time, and held a lieutenant's commission in .by the IOTc ..rp zc.lllonoy. Boats were instantly |: his house, and put up the usual sign. b'e

.... trod insertion. To yearly advertisers a there lay. the strange'Teasel, come 'whence or : the navy, o"HI stake my, life, some of our crni, lowered, both from our own ship and tho war I I Soon after this an election came on, the tri- ,

liberal.discount will be made. how she may. Not a whisper was heard amongst sera have taken tho pirate in tow! Will she do frigate; ,*m order to save, if possible, the lives of i!,I nrophant party felt that it was a wonderful victory

AU advertisements must be paid for bcfcM us. Our captain standing in the waist, in orderto nothing?"-(to the man at the wheel, for we were the brave;fellows; fiat the whole had probably, I and some 'young bloods of the majority

jy bring tho strange'vessel more clearly betwixt still completely becalmed.) "What would I not been stnnW, if nit fcSled,by the explosion and j! determined, in honor of i it, to have a regular
isstrtioa by a regular customer. i
him and the sky remained silent, gazing anxiously give, were it but to have a view of them!" only two crises out ef the eight, were found Ii 'blow ont Accordingly, mounted on their fine .

> to our terms, the requisite sum may. be through his night-glass. At last ,he observed "She minds the helm no more than if she werea floating about At this spectacle as ,,'e11:1." at j.I prairie horses they started on a longjridc. Every -
and transmitted with the advertise
-"She is getting on another course, and brute beast responded the helmsman, in a the destruction of the prize which was looked j tavern was visited on their route, and the variety -

asset must only have now mades out 1 But it is well tone and key in happy sympathy with our cap. upon as a most unfair and unwarrantable proceeding .- j thus drank produced a mixture which added
not marked with the
J3F\JLdvcrtiscmcnts to -be she looks sus'' the of the knew bounds greatly to the noise and boisterousness of, file
prepared- iciou Let tain's impatient query, while he kept rocking fury men no ; I
number of insertions required will be continued
the guns be shotted, Mr. Clarke, and called u Pall from foot to foot with the rapidity of a stop and although few of them had arms, either offensive j company. In bU condition they came, about a
and forbid and,,charged for. hands to whole fleet< of boats dozen in number, to our quiet temperance tavern.
' quarters. Bring her head up to the watch mainspring. or defensive, the beganto ;
gy Five Dollars win be charged for all an wind," (to tho helmsman.) "Well soon see It is impossible to, describe the excitement pull after the fugitive with a speed that threat- i The landlord and lady were absent; the eldest
its of candidates for office to be paid daughter fourteen of and five

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k advance. 1 whether they really want to speak, Ito: us or, mot." which prevailed amongst the crew, most of ened more accident that had yet befallen. But children, were clone In the house. 0

These orders, which were not a little appallingto whom were old mn: -of wars men. After some the surviving canoes, which skimmed along the
Notice to Debtors and Creditors, $7 00 t These gentlemen (for they considered them
? Application for Letters Administration, 5 00 most of us passengers, seemed to diffuse: the time the sound of,thularge guns entirely,cease, ocean like flying-fish, were too speedy for their selves as such,) called for liquor. "

Application for dismissal u Admr., 10 00 most unqualified Satisfaction amongst the crew. while foot of tha smaller on?s instantly continued pursuers; the latter,succeeded in picking up three We keep none,' was the modest reply of thr.

Editorial notices for private benefit will becharged cheerful and lively bustle prevailed fore, and -Impli ri&; as. was natut. d.to suppose, that the captives belonging to the canoes which bad sunk, young girl.'What .

double the ratcaof'advertiging.r aft; font must be remembered that merchantmen latter had silenced the others, and that the crew including, as luck would have it, the commanderof : do you keep 0 tavern for then.'

# AD notices will be inserted in t11ose.da.18fere necessitated to bo as well of the supposed P ira ?' were';foll wing up their the late piratical vessel. It was with difficultythat I 'For the accommodation of travellers.."'"

religious gra.I' prepared for battle as for the breeze. The ports advantage., At thL/crisis, a'deputation of about tho men were restaincd from taking immcdi.ate 'Well'then accommodate us with something to

tetauly.gy were thrown open, and the carronadcs (then recently twenty' of fur crew came after and entreated thecaptzin's ;.vengeance on the persons of the captive drink.'

AU buls for Job printing, must be paid introduced) run out, and the men stood in permi&aon to hoist out a couple of I wretches, they were. length o securely lodged on 'You will see, sir, by the sign, that.we' keep a
on the delivery of the work.82F temperance tavern''A
expectation, or at least in evident hopca of an bog/*, and allow them to pull! to the scene of ac board the frigate, which, as well ourselve.s' '
AH letters on business,.and communicatieax temperance tavern! (Hero the children
appropriate conflict The suspicious-looking ves tion. But the skipper understood his duty too (who were very glad to such a consort,) stood '
Est be pod paid to receive attention. clustered around their sister. ) 'Give me an'axc
-sel, however- -, seemed to hue tw hostile purpose well to give way to the thusiasm. of his wen, although away for Port Royal with all sails set, where, on And.. I'll'You'll. .. cut down the sign. '

in view.. She disappeared: in the gloom of the evidently gratified at their disinterested the second day thereafter, we arrived about find an axe nt the wool pile, sir.'

tit t ;j) $ tr n night as mysteriously) as she had approached us, courage. noon, the frigate there coming to anchor, while
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TO AIVKII and the respective fears and hopes of those on Morning \cngth dawned. and the nature of we beat up to Kingston. We afterward, learn rush to the wood pile, exclaiming, :, ;

sr EUMA. board the Heciar w-erealike disappointed. But tae conflict became distinctly visible, 'as also ed that we had escaped the menaced attack of the 'Down with the sign! down with the sijmP' .

I he caphln appeared to be far from satisfied that the island of. St. Domingo was ,about two pirates by their perceiving through ,their night- But the leader,in going out, discovered in c i '

Together Of girlhood passed\ quick oar! first bjr.young year* He paced along the deck, silent and thoughtful ; leagues leeward of us. A British 'frigate: layabout glasses, the quantity of muskets and other small- adjoining room, a splendid piano and its acconpruuments. t

Together fell the smites and Iran and although the men were ordered down' to their a mile ahead pf us, with the national flag arms handed up from our hold, as they bore I !I ,

Of childish tlrjr. *:- hammocks, he himse'f remained on deck,and'with prooping from the mizcn peak; but without; any down on us the second time, as before mentioned. 'Who makes that thing s1uc\kf-said he. |j '

But love grew if rna mpt deeper still .. five or six,of the most vigilant ot tho crew kept other rag upon her spars. At about two miles In a few days after onr arrival,. the wretched 'I play, sometime, said she, in a quiet, modest ; I l

When I was at thyside,. I a continual towards a" points of the com distance 'was the identical schooner that had captives were brought to trial, and hung at the manner. .' I i
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A l'Giar. rows'that 1e then pass.: alarmed so much inigh her yardarm. [,
the ; us during long :
sir and the stool while the
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A tree and loving bride. ldr I ILifis And the result proved the prudence; of his mainmast being entirely bare excepting her The glee and satisfaction diffused amongst us I
children formed circle close: to her she anipbyed
watchfulness In less than hour at the destruction of the pirate, was damped bya a sung (
an theory: was royals which however were not I "
entirely useless of
'The Old Arm Chair. Some them he-: .
v not all a fairytale, > heard-".\ sail I on the larboard bow I" ,and all as not a breath of air lifted them. But long circumstance of the most melancholy nature, r
never heard a piano before others had not heard
Of IIDabiDe and dowers ;
; directed to that which took place almost as soon as we had cast
eyes were immediately !quarter sweeps had been put into requisition, and were I for .
The tumult
Be thine the heart that will fail one years. was soon hushc
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ft was at once inLde'out that the vessel was aschooner moment increasing the distance betwixther another within the palisades. There was
Amid its darker hoars.Vith every the. whip and spur gentlemen were drawn bacT;
and, from some peculiarity in ,her rigging and her assailant The Latter however had amongst the crew a mulatto boy about sixteen ;
the wood and formed circle 1!
% love-hght on thy fair young brow pile, a outsutrio
And peacefulneM to guide.Blessings ; ,' the captain pronounced her to be the .same: got out the jollyboat, which, with a couple of years of age a native of Kingston, where his only i children. The leader again spoke:

vessel we had before seen. {Strange to :tell, she large swivels fixed on her bows maintained relative, a sister, resided. He had been absent
a y 'Will be kind
will ever rest on thee, you so as to favor us with another
Oh! gentle friend audbriJe.What appeared to 'be bearing rig ht, down upon our running fight with the enemy, who might have from her for about three years, and in the impatience song?'

quarter, although no alteration i in the ,weather easily destroyed her, had not the necessity of of his affection, ho came aft and, solicited 'Another was played, and the children becoming -

tbocgh a change has aged o'er had, qccurcd with us!! Her royals, as, before, escape been so imminent The shot of the gal permission to go ashore, were it but for half re-assured, some cf them joined their sweet

"Tbe fpirifof thy dream!" seemed. filled, and her'course was altogether toodirect' lant little boat's crew, although obliged to maintain i an hour, promising faithfully to return within I voices with their sister's. Song after song wn- t

,Oar heart will mingle, as before, :and steady to allow us to suppose that a cautious distance, was evidently telling, that time. But the captain refused to permit i I sung and played. One would touch,the sympathies

4 In Glen.L hip's holiest beam. she was ,worked'by means of sweeps. put hehost.le as appeared by the shattered rigging of the him to leave the ship till, next morning. The of the strangers another melt them in '

And through the joy,or through the! ill. could be little fellow retired with a full heart and I
purpose no longer mistaken, and schooner, which was making desperate exertions poor grief; one would arouse their! patriotism] another
Whatever may betide there was an immediate piping-up amongst, the to get within influence of the breeze. overflowing eyes, and I saw him station himselfin their chivalry and benevolence; until, at length

I would be Mlfthtt.Dtlr the still",* crew. Several!! fcf the lASsengcro also magnanimously There has seldom, if ever, been any situationso a disconsolate manner in the forepart of the I I ashamed to ask for more, they each:: made a Ion-

As DOW-Oh!4 fair'youog bride. \... prepared to assist in defence of ,thc ves tantalising as was that of all parties on this vessel, looking wistfully towards the town. In I, bow, thanked her, wished her a good afternoon, .

SCENES AT SEA. sal, and a ,suitable supply of muskets, cutlasses, exciting occasion. The pursuers could gain the meantime dozens of boats and canoes put off and l left as quietly as if they had been to a funeral

and amunition, was handed up frog the' hold.- nothing on the fugitives, the latter could but from the wharfs, the former filled with relatives ,

a The Pirate. The Sharj While this last operation was going< on, tho make the most inefficioiLS. efforts at escape; and of the passengers, \of. newsmongers seeking the Months after this occurrence, the father, in

Oa a beautiful Sunday evening, after prayers schooner bad approached within a' fcW cable we, the onlookers, were compelled to' witness 'latest intelligence from the mother country;'and travelling, stopped at a village' where a gentle

had been said on board the Hector, a merchant- lengths of us, when she suddenly bore: up.. As what passed in still more provoking inactivity. the latter with negroes, offering, their cargoes of man accosted him : -

Mel bound for Jamaica, the crew and p:1Sstn. she was within hailing distance our captain Fortune at last seemed to declare i in favor of fruit and vegetables for sale. I was seeminglythe Are ami you' Col. P.-, of S-J 2'

bawled out through his trumpet, demanding to the cause of humanity and justice. only uninterested individual on the deck, and 'I .
deck in order Cat's-paws,
to loungeupon .
gen tp- 1 'Well, sir, I am spokesman of the party wh _
if not the beauty to know her name, and where she was,:(rom.- the forerunners of the trade-wind, began to could not help feeling a melancholy sense of desolation
pare, tIy to enjoy the tranquility creepin so grossly insulted your innocent family, threatened -
A confused and unintelligible jabbering, but from the south-cast tho as an entire stranger, and 5000 muas
of the scene, which harmonized remarkably\ lifting sails (which to cut down your sign, and spoke ro rudely
which from the 'sound seemed to be inks barbarous from home, amid the scenes of affectionate greet-
invitingly spread dUt) of the
of the were now frigate
retell with the character day.V'e were to your children. You have just cause to be
and relatives that
and both foe Portugccsc idiom, was the only response.A .- and our own vessel, which the land breeze big between friends were pas
BOW amongst the Lesser Antilles; ; : pro- proud of your daughter, sir; her noble bearingand
While in this I
second and a third time she was.hailed with retired and the ome'on sing around. indulging ;
ito. reason, and the fact that slaves and pirates portionally ; shortly former fearless courage were remarkable in one so 0
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observed the boy spoken suddenly
the same result While this cololoquy was go- slowly and steadily, bearing towards Can
were then very numerous in the Carribcan Sea us our young and unprotected you pardon roc,
are were obligedelmYatokcePa P lookout, ing on,by the dexterous management of her sails, prize-as we now regarded her. When this strip off his cap and jacket, spring over the side, sir; I feel that I can: never.. .forgive myself
to strike out for the shore. The
teems. especially at sundown. To take a minute she (to'use the nautical phrase) walked round, change of weather became perceptible to the,crew, and begin C'uuteutcaeut

stem although no increase of wind was of the schooner most took splash attracted the notice, of those on board, and I It in hot summer's 7
survey of the horizon was the regular practice our perceptible a extraordinary: scene happened once, a day,
cf,fee before tho of_the ehortn by our; own canvass. As she 'again place. In less time i than lean take up to describe, two of the crew, by the captain's orders,jumped was standing. near a well, when a little bird flew ,
captain expiration ; inf.A boat, and. pulled after him. hut their mii.. dew see..ing. v.stem. There nv'lll:, indeed a 1."fY', ,
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came round our siarooara-quancr, ouraptatq the act about -a-dozen canoes each f -:0
drri .t biit on thU occasion not a speck of any upon capableof
; the well but it and Igrieved
was anticipated by a more deadly bough near was empty,
itjeripUoo was visible. With the daylight the ; ordered one of the stern guns to be firedtu"osa carrying not more than three ,persons, :were pose pursuer. for a moment to think that the little crea- I

1 iifei .ko died completely away ; but in case of ;' her bows} but no notice eras token of the lowered down from the schooner, and all beganto The poor boy had scarcely got four fathoms from \ ture must go away thirsty; but it settled upon

tuMcn sqmii during the night, our studding and salute, and our; mysterious visitant at length pull towards the shore, although in many the vessel, when the huge fin of a shark was the edge; of the trough, bent its head downward, '
seen darting after him. A general shout. was'sed.to I then rats3d it again, spread its wings and soarctl
.. great part of the other sails were clewed up, .bore away from;us, and was speedily st sight different directions-the latter being an expedient its thrist I walkedup
warn him of his danger, and he wheeled away singing; was appeased.
aid all "made snug aloft," to use the technideffeaae. of. There wa$ ho' doubt.as to her being one of to distract any attempts to pursue them. to tie trouh, and there in the stone work 1

It might be about two hours after sun. the noted,! piratical vessels which carried on this "Saw ever mortal eyes anything to match round on his eneroy*just as the latter made a'I saw a Uttk hols, about the sheet a. wren's eg

let, but the greater portion of the passengerswere nefarious trafic between the Spanish ,main and that!" cried our captain, after a long pause of rush at him. With the most astonishing courage The water held there had been a source of revive
and of mind, the little fellow struck out and refreshment; it had found sough; for th;
still oa deck amused by the efforts of some those islands, chiefly Cuba and St Domingo, astonishment "The cowardly villians. that presence
clenched fist the and desired no more. This U contentment -
his present
and left with voracious .
had their haunts. built would stand broadside for that trim right -
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of the crew to earth a number of those heavy, where they They were one pieceof with effect sufficient to drive it

slush birds, appropriately termed boobies, expressly for the; purpose, with low hulls and im.menscly10ng craft! But I am. cheated if they have left her animal, and to make for the .shore.A Again I stood by a:lovely, sweet-smellm flower -
when he again began
'II'Weh had settled on different parts of the rig- spars, fitted to catch whatever cur- worth the trouble' of boarding. Bear off from off the attack made and there came a bee humming and sucking;
gbg, aDd were there snoozing: without the slightest rent of wind might be prevailing in the ,upper region her-bear off from ,her1'! -he continued, to the second and a third was and it chose the flower for its field of sweets. Bnt
and repulsed in a similar manner, and all began the flower had no honey This I knaw for it
apprehension of danger. One of the men had of the atmosphere, and which the I less de helmsman; "theres mischief in her yet, I tell ,
from the threatened danger, had no nectary. What, then, thought I, will the
other vessels fail to reach.- And his words to hope escape
sails of might were fearfully
Jar this purpose crawled forward, almost to the ; rated you. within of bee do It came buzzing out of the cup, totikc
boat oar's-length
extremity of the yard-arm, and was in the act Some of their hulls, I was also told, were.so constructed I as soon as spoken. First a thin blue smoke' when,just as the got the surface with a further flight; but as it came up it spied the

ft petting his hand upon a slumbering captive, that, by turning screws, the sea could shot upwards from the hold of the schooner, next him, he disappeared below : a ,;;. steamers full of golden farina, good for making

when him look shade his be allowed to rush into their false keels or bottoms moment a fierce blood-red fire blaze4 through loud shriek, weich was responded to by all who I j i I i wLxft.nd, it rolled its little legs against them till
we saw suddenly
He in the of few looked! like Lose the
\vitnesscdtbescene. rose course a they yellow as bee-keepers
tfet with his hand for a moment, and then heard ,,by which+ their 'speed was accelerated a between every seam of her hull; the tall mast and was pulled into the boat with almost ;i say; and then, thus hc&vily laden, flew away .

4 t&a exclaim in loud voice-"A said on the starboard an amni"g degrees All this to me appeared ex- seemed absolutely to shoot up into the air like seconds, from of his home. Then I said, "Thou comest seeking hon-

quarter 1" 0 traor ilW'1at'\, the time, butafterwardshadprac- an arrow, and an explosion followed so tremendous the whole flesh stripped one thigh, I, ev, and finding none hath been satisfied with
than and the blood streaming from him in torrents I\ wax and bath stored it for thy house, that thy
ibtc" the mate whose watch tical ;reasons for knowing the truth of the information -so more trriblyloud anything I had t i
.Impoe responded The sailor pulled instantly for the. wharf; but ere labor might not be in vain. Thou likewise shall
ttvas. i i ever listened to, that it seemed as. if the ribs of '*
reached it the warm current of life was be to me a lesson of contentment.
Tt's true, howsomever, sir," said the man, after As mar be imagined, we continued on the alert nature himself were rending asunder. Our I the little fellow carriedto The:night is:far spent-the dark night of trou-

another long and steady look "though Ican't during the Dig*but heard no more of the strange ship reeled with the shock, and, was for a few exhausted his sister's! and the house poor a lifeless and was mangle I I ble-that sometime threatens to close around us, }

guess. what she is, unless the flying Dutchman schooner; ; Darn was approaching, when our attention seconds obstructed in her coarse, in a manner corpse! II but the day is at and band I have and even looked in the night them
aroused the flash followed which I can liken only to what takes place in -- 4 r- there were upon
on< e more by -
P and he to descend the withm&.t'JDptcma for set I
begun rigging: I bTtl 'Will the services t' inquired a deacon -I and been'C lmrortcd; as one could always -
of trepidation, leaving the boo r port,'of a gun right ahead of us. getting over a coral reel: When. the smoke of a you brother open, who was an oysterman by I see another rise, and each was a lamp,

.. fef fo undisturbed enjoymentAil of bis nap. From the Iou 1 1esI of the explosion, as: well as cleared away, not a vestige of tho late;J schoonerwas 0 trade. showing me somewhat of the depth of the riches,
which it followed the it be few shattered and said he half from both of the wisdom and tha knowledge of God.
now crowded to the side of the Teasel and the rapidity with flash, to seen, except a t 'No thank you, waking* a I Parable the German. .
he H vu that in a few minutes we could per. was easy to jx recite that; the vessel could be at blackened: planks. doze, Fve left my oyster knife at home,


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Among the sufferers"I> by Int aUe I pled Hungarian ,A Very Important Discorery. of exciteraene I procured sOme prepared chalk, !II i made. a trip here on Tuesday last according to Florida Wine. '

!,Revolution+ n< e made greater' sacrifices, The government have recently been apprised I and applied it between the and ridges succeeded of swollen in flesh I previous] notice. She has undergone e considerable 'BEAD AIXrlT TJXT WOCU DOY tLL .

Ir or' experienced greater reverseS of fortune, than of the existence in large Quantities on our southern the and aS round and the abraded finger flesh then with narrow drying repairs and alterations i in some other rooms. There are two clashes of persoosm fcu r
whi in the oozing ; Sfai.
General l 1l Grog hasjbst arrivfd of most valuable article of commerce
coast a ofFlonda the
of soft linen I succeeded in polishing the It is much regretted that many of our citizens planters wh,, are !
I States piece rQthe
;, United f ann: thirty sew years' ser- with China, not before known to be obtainable t great mass of the .
x dee in the Austrian Army, he rose! by his hem We refer to what is known in science as ring by drawing it gently round the ring between particularly the ladies,. were disappointed in apromenade Cotton must be cultivated,for who the are twor;

.. i talent* from the grade of LteutenanU to! that of Bicbo do mar, corrupted in the language of commerce the swollen parts. I then applied quick- 1 1i over her decks as she scarcely remained rich, who are Cw, but Tines : t ,
surface of the In less ntl
1t. General' lie wai serving in] Italy, under hi* into Beebe !a mer. The Chinese can itTrcpang. silver to the ring. i hour at her wharC be cultivated for the benefit of;the b '
t the broken I an
minutes ringt'M ( poor
a than three by
then flrro friend Marshal Rad etaky as the Col attention of those in
Washington .
'y f The Emy ? '
can ant 0
in four to the person > JSOQ,or.ooe
I I I > oi&of\ ,toe RalejtKky Hussar when by command it is to that national pressing together) pieces, great
whose duty see our resources 'I rnIs looking over the Report of the Superintendent in two years they wil, bear rait Tht n
.J of the Emperor Ferdinand, he wsU called are developed as much as possible, has been relief of aH parties."In the : .
t. without the chalk I of the Coast for 1851 for whichwe grapes or have them squeezed m
to fin the post of Minister of '>ar of Hungary, called to this new source of wealth by a distinguished a similar manner ( ) Survey the .
t I they :-sa the
i t t tinder the newl granted constitution which had naturalist This article is called on our some time since extracted small l brass ring from are indebted to Professor CACHE, we find ex- Into press;, juice or have it dim

'? ; r been'attained f 001 the TZraparor (a< King also of coasts the sea-slug, and will be recognized as an the ear of a'child, who, clu1d-like had insertedit \Bracts from the Reports'of Lieut ROGERS in relation cognac will be brandy.It enough t, have in .t
. ; dun the movement into the canty of i its ear The operation was each vineyard of
' Ilangary) g revolutionary unseemly jelly-looking substance of a dirty
to the and Light House at Mosquito one hundred acres Of land
Buoys one vine '
i, '. \ which upread throughout Europe alter the brown color, hard; rigid and scarcely poscssing i more painful and tedious, but was equally successful also one alambique press.' nnL. :
French outbr k of 1343. The encrochmentson of locomotion or of animation I Inlet They are interesting and will publish them distillery.

1 of the FA1 eror on that constitution, I l&I to the any power; and varying in size from appearance, say sixrinches I "The modus opcranllL The quicksilver at next week climate Grapes thin, soft skin are not suitable to t
'1 r ution; andfightintfortW&ezan sacrificed everything in in length and two or three in girth to two feet once permeates the metals, if clean; (with the ex- To cultivate; grapes I akin arc preferable tM
the ,
\ j: corutitutiQ1zfliberty of his native long and six or eight inches girth, which may always ception of iron steel, platina, and one or two E2f WE give "in another column Dr. Rtc.tiDo's grape*Livery easy task.-

., 'l linJ, 'wbid > he was bound to defend by his be found, in very large quantities strewedon others,) and amalgamates with them. It immediately communication to the Fioridvin &Journal, Every the person can learn how to trim 0r prone
oath of:office, {When the cause for' which he the shore between high and low water marks crystalizes and renders the metal as hard proper conjunction of the moon,and the prop,
/ j on the subject of Wine making Florida. The er season; then to make wine foist the
\ fought'wag lost, he went intoexile and* with on our southern coasts. and as brittle as glass. Hence the ease with I ; !wine ferment i

; Kouuth and others tong remained at Kutaiah ; The,,Chinese use ft as we do Iceland moss and which metals :amalgamated with quicksilver can I Ibe. subject is worthy of attention, and we know of make;the to separate clarifications the liquid from the Irk .
-'rtfusing the offered to detach trim from broken. I excellent wine not be and to prepare Ftorigenuine .
amesty isinglass. It is taken to them in immense quantities no good reason why may TFI/w f
I rex AQ the
his country's I.rvicer Though proscribed an S from the tropical shores of Asia and Australia .1 mails in Florida. Wherever the wine grows and is When operation
'hoaorejl by ths ceremony of. being hung m effigy, annually. It is caught by hand in shallow ANCIENT I CITY.EQCAUTT I nothing. you see me do it once, everr
THE we doubt not and will
its fruit there be able
: he wax,,released sooner than those of his fellow water, and usually speared in deeper water i matures a good person to do the same, and::become a
; '
i\ prisoners who cams to the United SUies! i in the and, after being. dried in the sun, it is smoked iI I I palatable wine may,be made with proper attend practical Let wine make make Florida, :

t iCssusippl lIe proceed England and there over wood-fire, when it is ready for shipment.Macaasr .. I tion t the various stages of fermentation of the us a vine growing State, anJ
.. in the,short off two Florida
years, w3I
resided in privacy but when tha London Times, become .
; is at the principal from wine.
present point juice produce
grape the most important State of the tTofoa_
t In speaking of the seizure of Martin C osfa at
whence it is shipped to China. .At.that. point, ,
-- : The of various descriptions If ut
grows spontaneously ttbte
$ I ." t &, Where' Captain Ingraham ,sobravely! from which some eight or nine hundred thousand grape yoa expenteer lil. '
., 1.t vindicated the honor of the American .., and abundantly all over Florida- and a : f to, uo/iiJ What ,
o .'. flat, asserted .weight are now annually sent to'China, iU value :e .Y -> -" v"j<*''**rT'*. "WMWijacfrs ** on.t.doit.i' ', "
i I that Cost'm liberated only on Condition little attention few co h.
(' varies from $3 to $110 per Ptcul (o(133ibs.,) a expenmogajf.wnicn r TlS ] -
t' I I if! that he would never return to Turkey General m ncfe:
to quality there being thirty but little time that
according cape nothing a may show an excellent the poor A Vine 3 bu, or inbinsic
Meszaro "rot 3 to that piper, nobly Replying different qualities of the article, which are.only .
.i native wine be made from the indigenous because the vine live i forever and "
may diets
that exiles condition ___ new
the. accepted no but liberty to be distinguished by experts ia ;,thsrtr*d. n '
The in the decline life productions of our wild woods. If any man thfnlc* that I any working in Flue '
Gcnsral, of bad : come totljg 1 The western shores of New Guinea, the southern or FEDEBAL BIGOTS ASD. DETERMINED I .
, with the intention of -...- -- ida for, my own bene 5t.,he is r .ctlymistseo
country, becoming a I shores Australia to Ceylon, and latterly, the ,
n, J the
a to
,citizen l1pcTmancnfiy reading here( relying shores of Mauriias, supply large quantities of it f5f Wz arc happy to acknowledge that some coo country.
l \ ,. liP oq bill own exertions for obtaining a livelihood p Now, according to the last annual Commerce and --- of our subscribers abroad have been prompt in The Florida Wine will give cheap wine to the

,pursuits ts Navigation document, our imporffltfiom China AUGUSTINE I : paying their dues to this offi e.'e shall I hereafter people Pumpkin, and thus wine stop an 1 drunkenness.watermelon wW

: ( amount to $7,005,144 per anum, and our exports Saturday, September 10th, 1853.. lie&et
acknowledge receipts through the columnsof French and German wines, is good for
den sci rttifickno wled Animated nothing
t e ;e. by an to that country to but $2.155,949; .leaving
j enerpratic hopeful spirit, we doubt [not thai the immense deficit of nearly $3,000,000 per annum Agent for the Ancient City. our paper or by letter, and will be proud of I recommerxi you to plant vines abundance,

Jje will IstJ aniJ; and it is not irnproba|le that', to be supplied in ppeccie. Of these exports, Messrs. Bisccc .t CANOVA Jacksonville frequent opportunity do so. for making; strong. i,died wine, Ekes Maser;
Port and Jerez. ,
. whila ;him>cf! hs will! improve the cul- .J18 in manufactures of cotton we.extract -
$1,8 were ; I l Below from letter written
a by a
L 31i. Jous BEARD Tallahassee. Will have the best wines for the
b or you arSttf
i tinti09 of sc me thofruits which lus resi- $1,33,181 in lead, and $109,549 in ginseng (root,) '
i E 1 t s denc e in Southern Europe hat rendered him (farai- the balance being mIIIe up of miscellaneous article R. T. llOYD, Esq. Pilatka. subscriber! residing in Marion County, whom we, Florida, Please to.rte a letter to John HJW- ,

" I liar I riOb, and perhaps, introduce/ an.I i acclinute ?. Lead and ginseng- then, are the only arti '55tF The above named gentlemen are author think very candid. We copy for the benefit of aid March&q., An crican Consul at Madeira- .'

,; ear others'ax,' yet unknown in thispiuntry.: Genera? cles of produce of seal importance whch we export ised fur those in arrears: ,lie will send to you 20 or 40 boxes with Hade '

.", }(es's acco#npanicd by, Col. Kat na who, to China; and, in view of the heavy balance to receipt us. SIB-Tour notice to ira vine cuttings, directed either to New Qrfeansj '
.pE-'R subSCiber.LS to New York will reach here
f bcrr jd Sn the Hungarian war as or they in two sir+ i
Aide-ile-camPt trade with them the of
pf against us, discovery |5 ALL persons residing here owning read the i'
prop by me reception three month.
und Generals upon your p:1per.- J '
Demhinski [
r Bern, gild es7Atj the complete identity between bur sea slug and :
d like the latter. he will quit the sword, and' the biche de mar Chinese commerce is, indeed, erty subject t to the payment of State and County Subscribers are generally negligent fellows;most Meanwhile,let every person here, and through, "1'

join [him in the more peaceful pursuit of agriculture of vast importance-more especially as it exists taxes iq Orange County for the year 1853, arc : willing they are to take and read a paper a lifeof all the State of Florida, plant sane cuttings, iUter*

I II in such Quantities on our shores as render it almost hereby notified that the undersigned has a list time anil rrmfoim. ,.* l slow., in. fnrkin rw. r the nav good- or bad qualti- y never mind; please to do* t
I --- -'" --- --- -- ----0 -- -J it As soon as we shall have the vines from Madeira
t ... :
I impossible,to walk over them at low water r-ot the due well
amounts to receive
as as a power to the Editor and Publisher.
I poor which mustDe here in the month
n j'Y to Prevent a Cold; without treading it. y ,( of December t
I upon \ .
and receipt for the same. C -I.NEaa
,) then I win engraft vines already
bronchits your
from coY t" .
Immunity: ( ,co'agh ts influi '4
R. B. CAXOVA.St I COTrOThe Jacksonville, .Y.ic'oC the planted with the Madcria vines, and thus thousands -
cnza,U to be obtained in.a certain way,and only Shipwreck at Bombay.The I I
'' till In one way. As long as the, heat of,thd surfaci; overland mail has brought accounts of the Augustine, 10th Sept I Cd instant, says i of acres of Lvvl in Florida mtboat% any

igSuEflcicntfoneutralize the cold of tiie surround loss of ship Nessrec on the coast of lIindostan, "The first bale of Sea Island Cotton received value at present t wfljl become the rich j Tmevansof'America _

I ing tmliracing atmosphere, so long is it1'impossi ir within 40 miles of Bombay 'with upwards of 300 fir iCKEra for candidates :for State an'!l'un- at this place, was by Bisbee & Canova, on Monday chflilren. -the .mot I safe patrimony of Florida i I
We ri&tant for the positive person character,to,have a of cold the cutimast The vigor, r alway's ;. lives. The SefUTCe manned was an English vessel, of and 500 ty" officers, will be cxecutc-1 ciieap and with-dispatch last, from the plantation of Mr. John A, Tu- One or the other! egregious egotist(} may be '"j'I

be greater than the air In \rhich "q; move. for tons some, partly years has been by a:trading European between crew,Bombay at this office. tcn, of Hamilton County. lie refused 40 cts. found to say-'I don t care a fig for vine or Florida :.

Air loaded with --=r > -- pound for i it"WASUZXGTO.V wine b gool p ttriots will think oTflerenCyi
a good of per
Tapir conductor and the various on the coast Arabia "
ports r r \\"E informed that of the bread
are sonic If It is not made scale .
caloric. ? <>n a large herr S.'U.0 .
,f .t Sifch* n.n, atmosphere rapMlyirobs( all Early in April she w A, chartered to convey a .
baked i is deficient in NATIONAL JXOX- in corner of th e State it wflljLeh DC worth
lately every
heated oo.li s of their wannthpuid all animal bodies number of pilgrim (who were returning after a weight According '
R,t that an* unable to furnish heat as Cist, and a l lengthened pilgrimage through Arabia, to various to the. "'present'prices of flour the l loaves should :'. nothing; but if you take pp my project just a<1. 1

'*. little fistcr thin the air can conltict itj of! will of India to Bombay.. She was at least 1 I As Elections for members of submit it to you thn'in the year 1833 or 133 il* parts ) on a voyage weigh 1 pound 3 ounces. There is a city Congress &c.Till ., Flor Ia (an produce Bfty thousand casks of iriac, .
take coM.l l lose -
'. the.bloodvessels l of the surface hcat'Ly feeble the nkm unable, 1 leaves fitted up accordingly, and on taking her departure ordinance we believe for the protection or Lecad- be held during the ensuing months.in several of one hundred gall os, each and twenty thousand
-- to bad besides the crew,no fewer than 400 '
circulate the blood; as a consequence the blood t on board, also a valuable cargo. The catastrophe parplc eaten that are not in arrears.Oca 1 States of the Union, the Board. oC Managers i casks of cognac. Should I live two or thnij

aocotnulates in the- warm internal orpins, and happened; on the night of the 7th of June. have deemed it their duty tt request the Judges years more, I shall happy to see Florida the
that :. thanks due the Hon. S. R. MAL most important Slat i of the Union; and there w
[internal orgm whose vessels are the weakcAtirin The evening previous the captain sighted Bornbay are or Commissioners who may be appointed to take
'' yield to the smlkn fulness tile alflux for the office no use to think; about Dr. Ricardo, for I am a
\ but soon afterward the weather set in xoar patent Agricultural Import for
the ballots of the
.r voters, to put up boxes at the old man, without! pretensions but to
increase until poor any
t r Win active congestion or : thick, with rain and heavy squalls blowing on 181&s.2.; 1
J : ensues. ''r.,1 i iI i I the land'amid which the ship got her rudder 4. ', ,, diffrrent localities where elections will be held, die in peace with'the/human race. .

:' I/J Moderate clothing much exposure ip the air; I unshipped ADd in consequence, became unmanageable. THE ELECTIO:1' for the purpose of receiving such coiqibutions' Too wfll see eleary'that.. Tdo'tcooed
1 here to trade with for" have
vine Cc
\ a'MmdanceofexercMj, ; alvayin good pure air; The passengers ascertaining the perilous -' }(R. EDITOR-How and why is it, that there i iso is as the admirers they Blustrbus Father of his sale nor do l/isk ynn kind of nol tcmmer '
4 c odd water baths; much dry friction. and a calm; position of the vessel, and that she was driving -' ; think ; ojTyou any
# \ tranquil# ; circumspect will!I certainly prevjprit ashore, became frantic, and attempted to escape much seeming apathy, or indifference manifested Country may proper to deposit in aid of tion for the small service I may perhaps ahta! -t

colds, cough!, bronchits,jJbc, in any climatetnat by the boats. The attempt, as may be !imagined by the Democrats of our County,in relation the great Monument now in course of erectionin to render the State. i, I;,tell you earth try what if

God ever made, as warm nights fill[ prevjent k proved fatal. A tremendous rush instantly ,. to the appaoaehing appointed time for choosing : this city to his memory. 'is, I bade spent foijty years of my life in to'lL.countryiCiI

t frosts The surface m-Jst be superior to the capsized them, and at least 60 perished. officerssuch a state of thing, is not easily ; They feel assured that when this noble and to be burriciL; a country that I love and where I
conducting of the air. .n4 this consti- hope I I
power The destruction of the ill-fated vessel soon
tjites immunity that all reqmrc. The reason ed. Shortly after midnight she struck and the accounted for, in a rational and entirely creditable patriotic purpose is presented to the people, they. After all, I am happy to inform my friend atptbchcob

why ro many in tiiis country dislike the climate I' next moment her masts, with at least 100 of the way;the cardinal principles1 the party, will not hesitate to give their mite for such an .\ that h4 excellency, the Gbr JTOOT of .4

and why so) many have coughs, i.- that ia class of! unhappy creatures clinging to the rigging, gave arc unchangeable and it is therefore difficult to object; and it now becomes more:necessary, as this State, received ma in a very jConEol'' manner, / ,
r- li eople hue feeble KurCiccs that clas not as well ti th3 citiza>s to. w'hotnLI had letters of
;; are I way and fell overboard. The occupants were conceive, how those who from a conviction of the funds of the society arc rapily diminishingand
recommendation aid| eVefy feelS well dU-
r instantly immersed in the free air; are not calm either crushed to death,or perished by drowning.In one
1, ;h i iminj;; are not nttpC bathing and do not en- the course of a few hours the vessel entirely right have heretofore, earnestly LId manfully may not soon bt? adequate to carry on the posed to girl a great)0 impetus to the) project I

'1 t J j j >y it The people roust have the airjthat God I broke up, and the whole of the remaining passengers battled for the maintenance of those principles! wurk. A small contribution from each citizenor have the honor to ofi L-r to tM' State of Florida.

j )14M made, (they mutt labor play and deep in it i.: ana crew were plunged in among the break-' can from any cause I bring themselves to look! .supinely voter throughout the United Sties, would,be This article written'to tne'ronninjjoimr! \ pen

ajs the birds do. They mLit not hut it from era. Great sacrifice of life follow d. Out of 450 the of' sufficient to romplctc the Monument,-a work by a ireignir, L* not a pi t lorn, but welcome it, and this simple }JI iabit will souls who werc; alive the night previous ,all with on, and permit sceptre ascendencyto -it u the p ain expression of< a Men I
c impel the,surface to,.elaborate an amount of heatt the exception of 94, perished. The 04 survivorswere depart and pass into the hands of the more wake- intended to add to their glory as wen as to honor for fie common good;although my imdressi ,
." lat will always be superior to the wind, howerejr washed ashore on fragments of the wreck.' ful and zealous foes of those principles seems the memory of the: illustrious dead. JA. half this-- while. thr femM mvrdtfen shall : '

.: ; \ cold and scarcliing.-CluftJourMlof Health. What renders the Catastrophe worse is, that no tq me, next to impossible, for one who has froma dime is an inconsiderable! sum. and yet a half be permitted to rcqnin among: the FIo.J.,
.. list record from which could be gathered the dime there io no courage,: energy f>r un Lrtxdn-,
I or inhabitant
of alone and with contribute-lby every of our country -
sense of the justness a cause -
anything in this and therefore I
,, star A CCOCXTor CAPT. GIBSON'S ESCAPE. names of the sufferers, or to what place! in India would State am,afar I
Early on the morning of the 25th of April, it they belonged. The pot where the vessel was out any sinister purpose, supported it-to abandon rear the grand structure now in progress that little, or perhaps nothing, will be done for
it overthrow and defeat to its, destined completion. It will be the culture of the vine and making Florida! Win'
was discovered that the prisoner Gibson, comiandar wrecked was near Hubshce Juneera 35 miles and subject to -surely pitiful ,, ,

I of the' American schooner Flirt, had south of Bombay. no considerations. of mare personal pilue- wondrous pitiful, i if; out of twenty-five millions because the people of' the neighboring ;:States.
scaped' from the civil and of souls who i won't come here afraidof the Indians tfy mtr-
i military : prison at ought to cause such a dereliction from an honestly fyliabit this great country, rendered
Welse rcdcn, The manner in which he effected ENcor wrra A WHALE.-A boat's crew o doers of the ,edit and without a Urge emigration
ly formed political faith-what though, all our independent' prosperous and happy mainly Florida not ahead.
'- .! us escape was represented m so many different t five men, prosecuting the whale fishery at St. car go But if war

{ *.i ayes, and U so,,uncertain n, that we can (say noth- Mary's Bay, after a long pursuit harpooned a perfectly reasonable expectations, as connected by his exertion* devotion to its cause; the cannot succeed here, the' Floridlan may be more '
ing definite!regarding'that point This, much, is calf wf&leon the morning Monday, the llth with party, may not be realized-the failure sum necessary to;erect'''a Monument worthy of :successful in anoth quarter. Thus I would! ii

j 1 :nown-that he must have been in disguise; and instant The monster, directly upon being scarce affords fair and sufficient grcund for defection such a man could not,be'completed for the wont like to see the author qes,of the State open booksV{'
i n order to; 'pcvent bis being recognized, had grounded, rushed in every direction with the utmost of the small aid : of subscription to the Pejnsacola rail road. Every
ihaved off his long black board, which he left velocity, giving the men a warning to bee from creed or neglect of the duties we owe pecuniary which every American patriotic FIorvBkn \(throughout the State !<8ti

tchindhini in prison. It is :supposed that li cautious and prompt, at one time the'fish darted through our party to country ; this is at best a should feel it his pride, as wel! as his duty to af must subscribe for that great un !) ; It.t*

immediately proceeded on board and!! sailed in furiously onward, when suddenly changing its world of misgocs and disappointments and he who ford. indeed national we rk, for the general good of

the ,American' ship N. B. Palmer Captain Low, direction, it returned as furiously towards the submits to them the most patiently himself At the Presidential election, the plan of obtaining alL PensjcolaisUvt best seaport on the Gulf ; .
which, for two months has been lying in Batavia boat These exciting and hazardous manoeuvres proves : and having a raflrc ad, will become ia two or r''

I roads under repair,having put in on her voyage continued a considerable time, when the dam of thereby, the better philosopher.So contributions at the Polls, (thus testing the .. three years at mostj a commercial city of such

from Canton to New York. This conjecture the young whale, an immense animal, suddenly constituted are human communities, even in patriotism and liberality the voters and others) importance as to compete with New Orleans. e ,

'receives some.support from the circumstancesthat rose to the surface close to the boat, in an infu- their happiest organization ; that un-interruptcd was attempted, though the previous arrangements New Orleans is a hospital of Yellow Fever, whljePensacota

110 weighed anchor at 5 o'clock on the rated state, and elevating its tail to a considerable: were not such as to insure is a Paradise health. Undoubtedly ,
harmony and good fellowship is not to be a run collection !
'-amG noning, and after tiring a salute, immediately height, it strnck the boat amid ships and cleft her expec&edditrerent very Pensacola the beat spot in the United States.

r |cft Batavia roads.ffi i in two. The men luckily escaped destruction, minds will honestly entertain different the result was as satisfactory as could Let shave the Rafl ray,cost what it mali&

Condemnation: and Sentence- the 3d but were precipitated in all directions into the Tiew and in some cases it unfortunately under the circumstances, hare been expected. is for the benefit of Wt the State. '
n sea where they succeeded in kee in g themselves It is therefore desirable that Florida Is dead the...Pensacola Rn asnrrection &"-
;- of May, the Suprcm Council of Netherlands I occurs, that from want of reflection*.or other .this system should, riy -
afloat by holding on by the oars and broken boat Let all I the ia &br S
India annulled the sentence acquittal'pronounced cause, one member of the community in whichhe be continued in the different States at all future newspapers
For a considerable time they were thus exposed agitate project for zgevtrstlm'the xi ptioa,. "
Court of
by Batavia
.the at
the elections of
on local
V ft
in this situation until lives may do violence to the feelings of his or general nature and the r State which cash imm
t 28th of February last, in the matter of Walter perilous some pe sun peW in sbey( ,
M. Gibson, commander, and Chas M. Gradam. came, in a small boat, to their assistance. rsonsneighbor and for which, that neighbor U justly Board of Managers' indulge the hope that on this shall be sent to the u qammissloners of the Pensa l

mate of the American shooner Flirt Both these 1 ly after ch e'r. got into the small boat, nothing entitled to feel indignant until the wrong is prop- occasion at the elections to be held in the respec-- cola railway, f1 Pensacola. 'On tfo Credit #/
declared daunted by the r?<*ni hair-breadth escape, they ive States of* the State, a loan of fight hundred thousand dollars -
persons are now guilty of high treason, antl erly atoned for-but "there could hardly be im-, Maine, Vermont Massachusetts,
and sentenced to be confined hoiiso renewed their chase, finally succeeded i in New York can be easily ned in London at 3 percent
in a of New
rection foc0 period of twelve consecutive cor capturing their prize. Who will say they were agiued, justification for the complaining par Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware for I repeat the PetI'OIi U a national :
years, not brave ipunly fellows Sfc. Joluu (''Y F. ty's turning and Maryland South Carolina Georgia work awork
preceded by a half hour's exposure under the ] misanthrope denouncing his Mississippi, of the State.

pUoand followed by perpetual banishment Cour, hostility against the whole community, for the Ohio, Yichi llD,'Vtsconsin Illinois,Louis'and I D>< RHXiRDO.

from Netherlands-Tndi. declaring them thenceforth 4.. of the Florida contributions will be 1. .
; : from evil-doing one recreant member, and yet I in aid of the
incapable holding any dignity, employment Removing Ladjr's a Rinr Finger. a Yours there would be just as much propriety and justice i Monument, worthy of the Countrymen of their A.FAIB WAEICCO' The Whigs the I South .. ,'
post or service and condemning them to I '
'. Dr. Castle of Charleston in that illustrious ben facto cannot pretend that. their co-partisans the
pay all tho costs oI this communicates to the case, as.in. the abandonment of' ones
process SingaporefrttPmt Boston Medical and Journal the GEO. North do not them full and timely' informsI
\ Surgical following party, or in the adoption of a course, calculated WATTERSON : give I
ingenious method;devised by him,for extricating to cripple it or abate its strength 'thus give Secretary of the W.'!N. JL 3. tion of the position of the Whig party in regard

DjESTRomo KitDEw.-Marshal P. Wilder, in a too small a young for her.lady's We finger. give from his a story ring in which his own was "aid and comfort," as well as encouragement,"to & Joumals.favorable- to the above object, to the sectional issues. The Albany Evening

I communication to the Jouraal of Agriculurecpealdng language: the enemy," because of the offensive conduct of in the States where elections are to be Journal-the central and Dominant Whig organin

.: mildew on grapes, greenhouse plants. "An interesting young lady, about seventeen two or three indiscreet individuals belonging tit > requested to publish the above. held are New York has no scruple thus tQ proclaim .

and elsewhere, says: years of ,age, had presented to her a gold ring, It is devoutly to be therefore The I -" beforehand that the Whig party is abolitiocizcd: ,
hoped that monument is
have for : which she forced over the joints oCher middle finger. now one hundred and forty '
'We than fifteen t
years;used sulphur "That the great mass of Whigs are imbued,wjth
a After few minutes the all heart burnings will be cured and that when feet high.
for this a finger commencedswelling
t and in denial
purpose no instance has i it emancipation sympathies M true beyond ,
1 ,. failed to effect( a speedy cure. Wp)haVe known ?I and the ring could not be removed the crisis arrives to make their patriotic votes Col. and if that $*treason, then make the most cf i*.. !

i instances where mildew, ;jn the space of a few The family physician Dr.-, was sent for, but necessary to repel and discomfit the common foe, We Gadsden. On legitimate, issues between the free and

.. days would spread its sporules over a large rose' could do nothing. The family, and the young la there will be few, if any of the Democratic from learn that a private letter has been received slave States if properly and seasonably'taken by i
house destroying nearly) all the dy especially, were now in the greatest consternation guarfy Gadsden, our Minister! to Mexico wul
foliage of the away from their posts. Let it be rcmcmbcrro an- the North, or forced by the South, Whigs Ji'
it in short jeweller was sent for. After nouacinghis arrival at the Capital the
plants, was extirpated a period. many on 10th be found on this side of freedom. Whigs wOIagain
futile attempts to cut the with that he who suffers his his mst On the 17th he
4 j. i ring cutting nippers country or party to was publicly received by oppose should the question return-tho
J and to saw it apart with a fine saw, andafter be subjugated, by withholding his President Santa Anna at Tacubaya the
exertions extension ef free
As Txansr.-A little boy, poorly clad, stand bruisiug and lacerating the flesh warm fermentations for their being conducted with great slavery. fiver territory"T1ict .
defence is strict! :p
1 I ing in froDt of the Western Hotfl, was! accosted and leeches were applied, but all with speaking, as mucha We are glad to learn that Co!Gadadcn's health 4. .

+. this moioing* by a rude young man, with the out afford!ug the slightest benefit; )Dr._ requested traitor, aa it he had join the hostile ranks. haS been very greatly improved by his journey -The following toast was,given at a n4

question : ': your mother )know you are my presence, with the compliment that COXSER.V DOR.' to Mexico He speaks ia warm terms of the road dinner, in Detroit recently: '
out I" The little fellow looked at the inte rrogaperhaps my mechanical ingenuity]might -4. beauty of the and 'Ithc
scenery healthful
tor a moment while hi*bosom I suggest "'WJXT is it that we seldom ; and plea l EorroBs.Ladders) on which ponticfr1 climb .
heaved and tears something. at once proceeded to the house : receive the- sa i clwact or the climate, in the interior the
gathered in his eyes, and'replied. "Sir,/(my dear of the patient, and found the young lady in a Florid* Republican T We know not where Mexico. 'Ve hope that his mission of to power pioneers ia all great enterprises-th
termi.na.teasausPiciow11 reward *
mother t I the may only class whose labor is its own -
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C&3iforn1to&fdcndinths! rives i the follow of th latest cooiinred II
account amuscracctle by experience. .
j ef*Ira wyeh occurred at Ben- slave WILLIS middle aged man .
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[the *9th ult, and resulted in the for the wonder-loving Parisians; ,'pC Leon, announce him as a can'I A black, his hair is somewhat grey, At"toleralion all events of thoe who persist in fire emp'oyment! I Ian
i The dl\l\w,\ : to the voters of Florida for CUIEF' JUSTICE i other alcoholic medicice, liS tine-
fcat jumping' from a baloon-, the jumper : has a scar on one of his legs. The lures bitters &c., and especially those who prescribe 1 ,

LVIUp 1858.-The beautiful quar- I sustained by an India rubber rope, was duly of th
4 mmrposite our town, took fire performed Thursday. It was the mostst pen. Election 1st Monday'in October. I II IWe person wb will deliver him to the jail of St. the preference to a pure article ont the mamlolJadnlt'rniionsoritein j S
t.ppoedtOh&Veughtfrun( a dour exhibition daring and address that tile I'arisiang I ._ Johns or. thit pf any County wherein he may be the maiket. Mr. Wolfe !

"e. of fee cookiag Btaves,) and in have ret been permitted ,,witness.. From', are authorised to announce' taken. It i is supposed that he ii lurking between liberally supplies physic tins with sample bottle far S S

'- afeutes were burnt'to the one side ofthe euof the baloon hung the India BENJAMIN D. WRIGHT' as a 0 candidate for'j!' St Augustine and Matanzas itnalyni and trial: as set forth in hia iroular, and

rubber cord,descending 150 feet and then returning the office ofCiiiEr t GEORGE OLIVER.St.Augusine stakes. the mtwion of the remedy-upon tbe innocence
was occopied by Major Patten' and being fastened to the other side of f JCSTICE: of the Supreme: August 12th 1833. .safety and efficiency of lib Holland Gin.\\hen

aad Captain Lyon Company the car. It thus formed! a strong bop. The I ,Court SS used uadu medical advice, and pledges Us own ': I
ThsSecond1nf2nbT. atfitkte was dressed as Mercury his from Ad lulstrntor'. Notice. character in but-iness that the article will not tliiap '
f body '
; \Vo
the time, ins blowing a pile, and the neck to the small of his back, was enclosed are" authorized to announce; feTOTlCB f3:: HEREBY GIVEN that in four point any who use it. i S

de almost difficulty that the arms, fri a frame work which enable him to endure: the the Hon. LESLIE A. THOMPSON, at present ; III weeks: from this date I will apply by petitionto {From
papers of the respective companies suspension without wrenching or dislocation. one the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court, I. for the Hon. Judge Probate of St. Johns County MEDICAL LIQUORS. S _
to sell the Real Cotate of Elizabeth Clarke
The rope was passed through an eyelet in the a candidate for election for CIIIEF JUSTICE of the deceased ; for the purpose of paying the debts of said In common I pnlumt',with many others of the '; S
$ of the comnaafca rushed middle of the back
gallantly placed so that he was held in State at the approaching election in October next Estate and for other purposes, b beneficial the heirs profession. I recehed some few months eince.aA :
bt of fire, bca1ng1n their perfect equilibrium. Then the baloon
arms had legal representatives, or devisees thereof- circular addressed 'Td Physciam throughout the
( rf wnrder, the ammunition of the com reached an altitude double that of the supposed Tuly 2 R. B. CtNOVoAdmr.. United states." by Mr. Udolpho Wolfe the imporier. a.

__ i drig act ceabkd others, cm- elasticity of the cord tiuj'voltigeur appeared p .*: S St. Augustine August 13, 1853. i .' 2 Dearer street lathing a medical and chemi S
tO3effinfora1ong theetfgc of the car, looked over, shut his eyes, The friends of CHARLES II. DUPONT I examination of a new article Holland Gin.man

e baIlingiban otherwise it would and dove off into space. The eyelet slipped of CJadsdcn County, Florida, announce him as a IYOTICE.SIX ufactured by himself, a: Schiedam in Hollandby a >' I .

along the rope, so that tije} first 150 feet were a candidate' for AS crATE JUSTICE of the Supreme WEEKS from this date r shall apply to peculiar proc..... and put up for medical: u?9.
were framed in Mainf and positive fall through the hair without resistance under somewhat Dutch title "Schiedam AromaticSchnapps' .
charters ,
election I on. G: Humphreys Judge of Probate
Court of the State at the in
: i st treat txpense, LU the way around or break. The rest of tie' way was Ian elonga approaching: .. ; for the County of St. Johns for letters of Administration The circular claims for thia article an errrtinently f

Htm. Tbey were t to storieafBgh, neat- tion of the rope. It stretched foutj times Us October next. / on tho Estate of Alexander Solana late I superior degree of purity aroma, flavornml : :

-bfc4 with double balconies front and length, making: in all a descent of 600 feet,,accomplished of said County deceased. I medicinal efficacy, and otfers nnr-orei, a gratuitous t S .":
tj md ibeMly windows were shaded by ,in two seconds. After having attained The friend* of the lIon. THOMAS JAMES B. PONCE. supply ofit to any physician who may feel disposedto ; ,
,' its lowest .BDUQLAS late of tho Eastern Circuit test theie claims in a scientific and profeuional.manner.
VoMtiM blinds. point, the rope contracted oace, perhaps Judge ; Augustine, August -I, 1833. 6wrs S S t I
|it baflding was burning ihe high dry 200 feet, and then descended again.:: There announce. him as a candidate for the office of ASSOCIATE Beinv familiar with three facts in relation to the .

ki paugnt, and the gala w& 'no (urther rebound, and no oscillation JCSTICE: of the Supreme Court at the I : TAX NOTICK. use of II olio ml Gin as a medicinenami-Iy :first, that

ithK ,1'ToltineurJay cradled in ,mid air, and 'pro..ttbe ejection l in AM receiving the State and County taxes for when pure.it is absolutely invaluable, and not tob \
Qctoberjjet"., .:. July I
sure !hessW tooVperaifted. to ., ; S. 'the' year 1853.: The first day of October exchanged for say other remedy_known to the profession ., a 'f' I
ne 'ljin his b@lCi.nd contemplating The lIon. WILLIAM 'A. FORWARD' next is the last day for keeping the 'Assessment in many complaints.both lOa.cbror.ic r

w'erutsrd'&ngbywith- prospect: The BrronauTabove now, commencedat Book open, and will after that! day proceed to secondly that amid the multitude of ill made or cul-:!
jj. ;;; g to extinguish the burning the windlas,and gradually wound his dang Judge of thq Circuit Court fdT the eastern: 'Judil l levy and advertise for non payment of taxes. tended liquors with which this country abounct-: a

t vticb object, length, they succeeded in ling friend up again. In four minutes he climbed cial Circuit Of Florida, will be voted for by the R'B, CANOVA, Shftiff: and ex-off pure Holland Gin is scarcely to be obtained at ai., S '

The wWe fallows f&ught the advancing over the side of the car, having madp the Cistcst people in said Circuit, to fill the same office which Tax Assessor and Collector. I price; and thirdly,that the radical impurities of cny t

y deaperaiely that they could not but time that any human: being has ever uchfcvedj; he St Augustine,July'30th. inferior or fP riuUS gin conust first, of the hydrau-d i .
at the election in
except such as have been shot from cannon, as now holds, October next oxide of Aiuyl a pois nous oil. more commonly

; i &c above mentioned operation was in Baron Munchauscn said ho was, I think. COO July 10, Aduiiuittrator'i.Xoticc.' known as Potato rpirit Fousel oil, or Amilic Alcohol -

I ascended; momentarily to my own feet in two seconds, |s at the "rate of three miles A LL PRUSON3 having just demands against ;ond secondly of the heavier the two essential -
and half authorised rSL the estate of Elizabeth Clarke wi.low ot the oils of Juni 1-r, instead of the lighter-which impuriti.s -
t fee the purpose of securing my watch, a minute. We are waiting now to Wy arc to announce
know what will be late John [). Clarke, late of St. Johns County deceased usually result from the mercenary system of
done S
*; my trunks in a position convenient ; nextSnuxnt the name: of S. St GEO. ROGERS,. a* a candi excessive destination of the materials
employedI -
removed, but fortunately my anxieties in ... .. date for re-election: for the office of Solicitor'for without, .delay are lureby to the called undersigned.upon to Those present not them resolve tOllcc ptoUlr. Udolph'o Wolfe's challenge.

t OtsntopJoved of a nature gratuitous : Slant-SEVENTY SWARMS or BEES AT the Eastern Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida within the time prescribed by law will presented be and f>ut bis "Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps" the
I Wbk writing this hasty sketch, the view from WAR.-Ezra Diddle, a well-known citizen of this I, forever barred. test of rigid anallysis. And I was induced to do this i .

fc> efficen' stoops is desolate in the extreme. town, and for manyyears engaged extensively ., at the approaching election in October,..next R. B. CANOVA. Admr. notwithstanding the proprietor's long standing and
J Ik fin caught the grass on the outside of the* in the management of bees, communicates to us ------ -- July 16th 8wks reputed respectability a,an importer because the purity -

$* as4 flu treeless- hUla, as far as the eye can the following interesting particulrrs of a battle TluTfriend; ol JACOB MIOKLEB I>>regent ol gin.above that of every other spirituous liquor .

srelfae*:as night while every ferf momentshcttftme a.zqongR: his bees; his name: as a candidate for the office of PICOLATA FERRY. employed in medical practice, is of the most
rises from the of the barsttkfog Ho had J. DURRENCE the proprietor of this vital consequence to the community inasmuch as-it .
seventy swarms of bees about equally SHERIFF OF ST. JOUXS COUNTY, at th the work of the destroyer too visilt divided on tho cast and west sides of his house. next October election. ,ferry, has procured an entire new set of subject to two distinct causes of pernicious impurity 4-
Boats and namely ; the interior oil of Juniper, as well a
On Sunday August 14, his house was"! suddenly constantly keeps a sufficient number of
4 1s n i of tbfr building i i' estimated at$50- filled with bees which forced the family to flee To the Voter ,of St. ''John County.The hands to pass: travellers of every description, across the Fonseloil! l. 1 found recomendes moreover tbe "Aromatic
Schnapps" strongly
bat it could be rubmlt at Bcnicia for that at once to tho the St, Sohns River without delay. by a physician and
I *" Neighbors. The seventy swarms undersigned, presents himself to his fel The road from St. Augustine to Newnansville is writer of no less iuflcence than Dr. D. M Reese, of S
appeared to be out, and those 01 one side of the the New York Medical Gazette and
and by of
low-citizen( as a candidate for tho office of repaired by theattention MCSST.' Norteu many
b lit i troops so summarily ejected from their house were arrayed to battle against those o'n Sparkman and others it will be the most eminent members of the profession who I -
it Mrtam. Their the other sidd SHERIFF at the next October election and respectfully constantly kept in S
are engaged pitching Thcy lulled the air, covering a good repair. had no reason to suppose had obtained any other

4 i. ,5. T.: Joufal. qf Vommtrct.icr space: of more than one acre ofground, and fought solicits their suffrages. Persons travelling between Tallahassee and St. than empiracle evidence outs pharmaceutical purity
.. desperately Tor some three hours, and while at MICHAEL NELIGAN. Augustine by pissing through Picolata instead of value I therefore resolved to inform medical .

LaUIICllCd. .war no living tiling could exist in the vicinity. Jacksonville or Palatka, will save more than thirty men at least for the sake of the public at large,.of the 1
'". splendid Tennessee, dcsijmed They stung a large: flock V>f Shanghai chickens Augustine 20 Aug. 1853.Iflail !miles and find a much better Koad. results of my investiga tion,whelher they proved favorable '. .

lite O4rsii'Theaftcr a series: of dim Q1tie nearly all of which died, and persons pasbing;: There are now'permanent-buildings on both sides or otherwise to the character of the,article, .

I P.-vt*iawtehed TMterday afternoon from the ship along the road !ti.levere obliged' to make: hastetq Arrangements. of the ferry for the\ accommodation of travellers. and the interest outs proprietor.
j avoid their From Picolata 18 miles distance to St. Augustine D.J.DUllllENCE. Those results are as follows : Searching first for
fjHPdef John \. Kobb. It.ls known to our rca f nn that tne first effort to launch her was made on :: quiet was restored, and the living bees returned AKRIVES. -Mondays and Thursday 11 A. tl.DEPARTS. 1. I July 9th. 1853. from the oi Juniper of, the by distillation whose I obtained an oil, ( _
.Sundays 12 M. quarts specific gravity V
WtdMtday. the 24Ui August, and for the -two' to covering their hives tho leaving since the slain which almost litterally- CLOSES.-.Sundays and Wednesdays: 11 A. M. TO THE PHYSICIANS (OF) THE was, 832and whose boiling point was 313 degree, .
ground few have
iring days effort were made to the same buf nor;did.uccestive redistillation yield any oil of great \
bat with the like effect, aU being$ unsucSrfp appeared around their hives, and those apparent STATE OF FLORIDA., S er gravity or of !any other kind whatever. The S

builders were at fault as to the ausc I ly stationed as sentinels to watch the enemy. 'NEW ADVUIITISEAIEN WOLFS CELEBRATED SCHIEDAM ..11OJI.IT10 :- lame quantity of common Holland Gin, so called j'

:'! "dtt, no one brim:: aMc to solve the mys- But two young swarms were entirely destroyed, SCHNAPPS. yielded an excessive amont by redistillation of oil '

[>.... influence \rhirh he'd her to her "way/1 and aside from the tcrrbio slaughter of"bees. no Proclamation for Election. flEEMING it unnecessary to remind any weighing 0.871.with the boiling point of 542 degrees, I

.w* *.,\ty the war, they considered "bad ways." other injury was done. Neither party was ,vic';:\ PKOBATE OFFICE Sr. JohNs COUNTY, u, regular member of the Medical profession oldie the lightrr oil having previously passed over. Thu t
: ftI i finally determined to raise her bodily up torious, and they only ceased on the approach of I Scptember1853. I established Medical properties of pure Holland Gin was conclusive as the superiority of Mr. Wolfe's gin.

'I", I examine the war and sliding beard. This night, and from utter prostration.-' Gonneant. AN ELECTION is hereby appointed to be held in many diseases dropsical tendency respectfully in relation to the oil Juniper,upon which the aroma, I
flavor. and diuretic and medicinal
>. feneon. Sat trrla? Usf, when it was almost COMe) Reporter. at the several Election Precincts in St. Johns invite your examination to a very superior article I of propei ties of every : t
kind gi essentially depend.
-*--* *IS- ... manufactured myself Schiedam t :
Agrecd that the Ciilure by exclusively, at in
cause .
bounty ; on Monday tho third day of October As to the Fomtl oil.with which afliaferiorspmtueus
had tjoality of tallow used;' Governor:Biglcr, of California, comparing that: next;'for the following State and other officers It Holland is flavored by a and process medicated peculiar to my own the factory liquors are more or le/B impregnated,and which- I f
not by :
:* ...i remedied and TCtcrday afternoon, cvcbewijr State with others, says: < to wit':-A Chief Justice and two Associate Jus- harsh: berry butT>y the choice botanical variety comnio of renders them pouonom in the exact ratio in which l, i i

In readme; preparations were "In horses, she is in advance of fifteen of the tices or the Supreme Court-A Judge and Salic the Aromatic Italian Juniper Berry whose more thy.are imbibedwhi causes such liquors to intoxicate 3 5.

C '... for puWn ber overllOAnL She appeared States; In mules, of twenty-six States; milch itor, for the Eastern: Circuit-A Judge: of Pro- vinous extract is distilledlind: rectified with its spitilous when others d f o not,and creates that morbid. *. t!

t 1 Vr hr! action* to have b
4 "4brr an 1 I>ef)-o the time fullv arhe States; value of live stock twenty States; barley eightS Four County Commissioners Surveyor anda exquisite flavor and aroma.altogether transcendent, deplorable consequences of which the friends of
vcd KUHcd d irlidwl off as smoothly as for the of St Jobns .The and temperance and philaitthropy! so justy! complain -
8ft only equalled by New Yprk; potatoes next to Coroner County in its cordial medicinal properties,to any Holland (
veriest veteran hip bolder coul' desire. below Gin heretofore known; instead of that sa.iety and fastidiousness of taste,fur
Xuw "iork and more than one half of all produced l persons designated, arc appointed Inspectors which the drinkers of tie .
"to( _VI'55W a more beAutiful launch. Thon- in the Union; 'wheat trcater than ten of r of said Election : Amid the influx of inferior distillations with which I pure liquors distin ufhed-
S ofthis fetid, acrid asthmatics! Fousel
IS oil
tJn'R present to witness it, anti they trsti- tile market is now flooded physicians find no little no
the States three fourthsof the Precinct
; oats, ) other States For St. Augustine :-IOXACIO Lppez in Mr. Wolfe's medicinal '
, ; trace gin, although I I
aid thritiflraUou. by irjicatcd winds of appiaiMe. hay, exceeding nine of the States; mining:, without Jons DICK and ..\.(DKE.\S PArr, -Election at the I difficulty:' in procuring a good and pure Gin, which tested various quantities of it with the
with confidence
Capt ROW was mncralula'od:: on all ; a parellel; fruits, exceeding all the States in L Court House. they can prescribe of in its beneficialeffects. chloride of calcium by tin usual process which so : :

t t ....i4..10 on ISm be a nle fred sirlt source.ofannovanre termination of what and had variety" and..ono half of them in quantity pro For PicoatA! Precinct-JAMs Rtz, Jon- LEE the city. of As New an importer York and twenty possessing)'eal'lltandmg.a matured experience in readily detects: and obtains it in the ordinary spiritu j

,, duced. WILLIAMS and SAMUEL AREV,-Ejection at the in the manufacture of HOLLAND Gilt especially oUlliquors. i I S
vwatidQ. The steamer Is ovcrbotrd, after a "There is of : house of James Riz. I submit : According!), I feel bound to say that I regard this
the a capital $108,522,368 employed? I beg to to your my AROMATIC,.
p doe not sit water. Shetoff
,rertaa upnn : in agriculture real estate and improvement. For Matanzas Precinct:ABRAHAM. DUPOJTT, SCHIEDAM ScaxArrs as ona which cannot fail to gin as being in every respect pre-eminently pure.
account of hcrsclt-fultunort and of medical
pro a good deserving It is
The mines are yielding at the rate of$100,000 FRAXCIS PELLICIER and JAMES PELLICIEU,-Election realize your utmost expectations and I shall be happy: I patronage. indtbied : .
#* lOt its superiority doubt not, to sound and select .
-.f"' '_ _- 000 a year. From January: to the 80th of May: at the house of Abraham Dupont., to forward to you a bottle of it,free of charge,in DU.8wn materials: ,and to that peculiarly accurate method of

"Horrible Rumor." 1853, there entered 487 vessels,;of 249,033 tons, For Woodlanding PrecinctE.. M. SivrKtxs, it. to a letter intimating your readness to accept L dUiillntiou which leaves tjjp heavier and less volatile-! '

> and cleared 757; vessels, of 272,245 tons. PETER MASTERS second and MATHEW SOLANA essential oils. both of the barley and the I S
He Montgomery Journal, in allusion, to the It is now scarcely one year since I have prepared I berrybthintl
"In :March, J847, 'Yerba Buena (now: San: I second. ,-Election at Ole house of Paul Masters. and distributed C&IEDjX Gtx exclusively for in the still. Thi, alo is sufficient to account for the
of tbe of dead bodies New OritMM
soar at
burning Francisco) contained about 150 mud, and frame ,For Trout Creek Precinct:-CHARLES II. DIBBLC medicinal purposes; yet within .that bief: period, I I refined aroma of this above other gins;but in regard
remarks : houses, and when Mr. Semple started the first JOUN BLACK and PETER MASTERS junior- have received numerous letters both from physicians to the special qualtiea of the Italian Juniper teny

-. "If fair was any foundation for this rnmnr, newspaper, it was considered a poor venture, as Election the house of said Peter Masters junior. and patients testifying to its really extraordinary of which the manufacturer speaks in his circular I

*-.1 Ies& of the "horrible" associated I it was.said the place would not support one for pons'to bo opened at 9 A. M. and closed at I 5; efficacy Gravel Incipient Dropsyand affections of havi-differs chemical that knwledgehor of the wherein its lighter
wtti. K tbaa the! usual disposition made of the the iftxt twenty years." P. M the Kidneys and ladder generally;also in DyspepticMaladies oil Irom Juniperus communig. I .
tad in New Orleans from the revolt when taken in propcrquanhities as & Diet find that the pure oil olbothpolanzes,to the left,and
as first St. G. HUMPHREYS
appears The house in Louis was erected in yi -Ids.- with hydrochloric! acid a liquid camphor.
'it Drink and especially at dinner i is found uniform
he :: by
dwcriptions insllthepapcrsofthsteity.- 17C3. 'Then the first census was taken, in 1820, Judge of Probate. This acid being in the stomach as a principal component -
to !be eminently ia the
TfcejkceeonUof tM the condition of the ccmetaries the population was 4.&OO; in 1850 it was 82.500; S experience obstinate cases when even the best of the usual reme most of the, astric juice.probably creates this male-
are terrible for repetition. The bnrninj$ of and now, 1853 it numbers 95,000-rtho average NOTICE. have failed afford than rid horn the oil,and renders i it the valuable diffusive
dies to more relief
if:. &. dead, under the circumstance, would be a increase being a fraction over 1000{)' per annumsince SIX MONTHS from d.ate. the undersigned ad; and I have no doubt that it would yield temporary similar results stimulant for which it was formerly, aad wiJJ,probably ,
I''CMMBg reflection to surviving friend Under 17C3, in which year the site Pt1ie city was $ of the Estate of C. W. Clarke and with precision and certainty in own professionalexperience. ,again be renowned.I .

.. aiMOmitance_ -._ ___*_ the___ .nresent_ ___n_.nr&ctica__ of__ druoIthedeidthe : selected by Lacledc as a trading post Sampson Williams deceased, will present final accounts you :: consequently regard Mr. Wolfs "Schiedam
giving of our friends to the!! and vouchers to the H:in. JuJge of Probate Th\ ? Aroma'tic Sch dam Schanpps S is put in Aromatic Schnapps" as a valuable accession to our

w.. and loathsome corruption-to the reptiles A }loxrtici. io FUANKLIX.-The Springfield\ fori. Johns County for settlement and willal the strong bottles pijits and quart-; neatly covered up and pharmaceutical agents, to say nothing, of its comparative -
.. .f Ae soil, as is dens with offensive carrion is fame time ask to be discharged as such administra embossed innocuousness to those who use distilled li- S
(Mass.) Republican in view of the dilapidated l labelled with my name on the bottle also
Ja DM tor. qours as a beverage. To persons traveling in the
abstract revolting and barbarous. Were a fac simile of my signature on the label and my seal_
condition of Franklin' tomb-stone VEJ'iANCIO SANCHEZ Admr. Southwest where the best
fct)4fct recommendsthat r / t. water frequently produces
custom had habituated men.to this on the cork with an essay upon its properties.UDOLPHO
we, it would ,be universally thus consider:'I a plain, unpretending monument be substituted I St. An ttine. Sept. 3 1853, S WOLFE, distressing and sometimes even dangerous effects
upon unaccustomed to them, I should tiuak
1 for it, and that it bq built by the printers Admlullltra! r1x'll Sale.B Importer 23 Beaver street, New York. It would persons be a good precautionary provision, as a

In those ages of the world which reached a America. >Y VIRTUE otan order issued: by lion. 0. Extracts from the New York Medical Gazette and counteractive or preventive of those effects,when
[isStfTw. cultivation andreflnemnenttowbich our I I'I Journal of Uealth edited by D' M. Reese 31.. D. :.
I Humphreys juJge of Probate ofS t.Johns Count mixed in moderate quantities. At all event, it is
: civilization scarcely approximates txn.h.vLe Rattlesnakes. will sell without reserve to the highelt bidder on t.L. D.,775 Broadw y, October 1st. 1852: the purest possible article of Holland Gin, heretofore- .

: i bodies of their friends, and -prefeff -.: 'Mr. J. 0.Joncsof Orangeburg district writes Monday the third day October next in frontof the HOLLAND GIN AS A MEDICINE. unobtainable and as such, may be safely prescribed S
purified by fiire, in vasscsiceetiy.as Court House ia the city of St. Au;:ujtiue Vtween>> In our last naffit>4 jjfft| accompanied the publicationof by physicians. S i' S

o their most 'Taluedrbcir-. thoJPalmetto ;Sfanaard I .'" .. under" .date" of- tho \ 18th the hours of 10 and 2' a bouse and lot situated ia a circular on this pject. from our fellow-citizen, DAVIDL.MOTT.M.D.. L :
-. T5 T. l b.eeebods.: rat, as follows:' j :-'' 'I thi.cit, belonging the Estate of Jose Papy late Udolpho Wolfe, Esq., wih: a bnfe comm'nury expressive Pharmaceutical Chemist. S t S
ftfc It of said deceased said lot is bounded the of our own views. Since then we have June 18th .
tfebefed that in the progress of civili- 'A few days; ago, being out bunting, I encountered County on 3m. .
-itttBibis cksmc practice may again take the and killed two largt rattlesnakes measuring West by George Street on the South by Bridge Street. been emp'oyin; this agent, and thus far wi'h favorable -

fbet of tbe present system of barbarism. The 4 feet 7 inches one having eleven ,rattles.- on th? East by lot of Martin\ CilDova,and oa the results. But we are in the receipt of several Professor Alex. C. Barr,'. Trico-

| '""Hit of the purification of the dead by fire and i Those: ofthe .other,wel'Q scattered, and could noT. North by lot of Mrs. Margaret Wood communications on the subject, from medical men, OR MEDICATED COMPOUND, for
Also. which serve to show that Afr. Vo'fe's' Aromatic Beautifying Curling Preserving. Restoring and
MfrwervaUoa of their uhes u cherished n> i ascertain how:many there Were but suppose theX A ,black girl named Fanny. belonging to said Estate Schiedam Schnapps is very extensively: in use, and Strengthening the Hair, Relieving diseases of the.

Joab U Dothing or the "horrible so apparent were equally as many. They'were both females being ten years old,said,property is sold to settle in the hands of physicians, ia proving itself u a Skin! Caring Rheumatic Pains,and Healing External -
present system of casting out and of different stripes, but were! (found together. In the liabilities of said Estate.: stimulating diuretic to be eminently successful after Wounds. Bounded by no geographical lines

sl4sIia ; the remains of nluedriends to the one I found eighteen young ones, and in the oth. ANN T. PAPY Administratrix.St ,. other medication with this intent had been tried in the reputation of BARRY'S TXICOPBEROCS pervades S

*va IIoCt.he i.reptile and corruption. er seventeen, each measuring ,about 13 inches. Augustine Sept. 3,1853.Tamarind. vakn., In one of the cases thus repo'ted abdominal the Union. The sale of the article of late years '".10
These young ones were enclosed each in a sepAr. ie' I dropsy has been cured and the necessity of tapping have increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belief.

Tnuas W.lllTE.-Dr. Hood, of Whiteville ] ate sack, like the young of squirrels and rabbits *, averted ; and in anothera distressing case ol gravtl Professor Barry after a careful examination of hi*

crIIg a white negro woman, Jiving near and I am now satisfied that the rattlesnakes breedin Spices and Jars Tamarinds, vials so called has been entirely removed by the passageof sales' book. finds that the number of bottles delivered

hi. tty-four years of age, the mother.of ten this way instead of laying eggs, as is generally MUSTARD Cayenne Pepper, bottles I'rp- a calculus ol considerable size which is ascribed to order in quantities of from haifa gross upward .
.' --, IdrerV'hose skin since she was eleven suppos pers,asst.sauces. Catsups olives capers race, gin- to the use of only two bottles of this article. during iheyear 1852, was within a trifle o. .

fttn ef age has changed: from a pure bUck to ger, pimento,cassia cloves, nuunegj mace french We know not the object of Mr. Wolfe in designating 950,000. .

Si1Iteaif&IruanyofCrcassianblood. Her ONE oc TUB BEASOXS.-"Now, 1 ax: you, (el. mustard horse radish fresh salmua! auoned essences hu preparation by the singularly nheuphdnious It is unnecessary to present at length the evi :
fIN sad hair retain the African peculiarities. of herbs for cooking, choice (Tarns, butter lard name"Schnapps," nor of his denominatingit in his dences of the wonderful properities of the Tricophc-
lers who's the best citizen him that .
'; o taued condition of the skin or has supports crackers cheese, sugars, teas, &c.: advertisement the 'concentrated Tincture of jnai- iou, when the puplic have furnished such an in- S
M *ss verc4 to show for this change system of color guvcrnmcnt, or him.that 4 csn't do It?, Why, Aug27.* .B. E, CARR. per,"instead of perpetuating iu ancient tittle of Holland dorsement as this. The cheapness of the article
*wsi him as docs'in course. We support government, I Gin. It ii true that he admits it'to be no'hing and the explanations given of its chemical action : .
Md began uponherbrchead'in ft small spot, ] J White Lead &c. : else than the latter article in its pure stile,unadulterated upon the hair,the scalp, and in all cases of superficial
;? ;k.i8' her neck downwards in ape lickers a licchs house. Ev'ry blessed Varuish,Litheraltt'Coperas Verdigris,Green black, is from Gin of commerce, o'tlllan of which of the people. This was all that the inventot dee,

.c I week her face had become entirely drop of licker that he swollen that is taxed to red and yellow pain'schrome green,yellow and, red as is well known is manufactured here and elsewhere sired. Every bottle adnn led .itself. The effects.,
j Courier. from inferior whisky and refuse drugs. The of! the fluid exceeded expectation. If acted like a
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brimesione sulphur glue, indigo.
;!I'I/ _._ to pay (hem ar great officers, sich as Mayers, August 20. B. E. CARR. name he has given it.I owever may serve the purpose charm. The ladies would not be without it. Country I

cIJL-ThefoUowing case witchcraft Corp'rations by Constables, Presidents andCustornluuse S of del 2na.i c his article as prepared' exclusively for dealers ia every section of the IJniled States I .

fewjfed from the Liverpool Mercury: gen eman. S'pose we was to quit S Beans, Hams, Bucoii.JUST medical purposes and thus commend it to physicianfor found they must have it; and thus was built up a '
whose convenience it ii on sale only by reputable wholesale trade of an extent hitherto unheard of as
RECEIVED nice lot of
/J report that a woman had bewitched two drink-why,guvernment must guv up;it couldn't a White Beans, druggists and lI theeariel. regards article of this kind. The highest point has
Bacon Butler
Lard Cheese
1 J 4r,cbAirea recently] became so generally ac- help it DO how. That's the very reason I drinkp dried apples. Vermicelli,'&c B. E. CARR. As respects its medicinal and curative. effects, we pot yet been reached! ADd it is believed that the '

0,< J31. &aeg women at ifiddleibro'-on-Tecs, for. I doesnt b"ke grog-I mortally bates it If August 20.\ understand bin to claim only that II ia a pare and sales this year will be a million and.a half of bottle > .
.. Xoaday evening week a great crowd as- ( reliable article of Holland Gin,and as such: worth, Drpot and Manufactory,No. 137 Broadway,New S
"S '-'fIel before the supposed witch's door and I toUoW'ectmrlikin's, F-d rather drink buttermilk, FOR SALE. or the confidence of physicians, in those diseases for York. Retail price, 25 cents a urge bottle. y S 5

1 :!*w crka of puil l her out' 'burn 'her,' 4 .- or ginger pop, or sody water. But, I lickers for whxh: they are wont to prescribe it, and have hither Liberal discount to purchaser by the quantity

YrLaMlIy! the 4isturbanoe became so great that, the of country-to set an example of ,I IIAVEA: LIKELY NEGRO.GIRL seventeen to only been restrained by finding it imprac=-t.1e to Sold by all the principal merchants and druggists .
(14r p 'eac.ra were brought from Stockton' good my years old will be sold at private sale. obtain the article in a 'pure state. Nor should any throughout the'Unitea States and Canada: ,, Mexico,* !

..;jII 'I MIn qntIing1t, sad six of seven of the patriotism and virchuous j self-denial, to the rizin. Apply to R. B. CANOVA Agt. prejudice against alcoholic medicine deprive the West Indies Great Britain, Franceetc. ;1 ,,

** i*.lodged in the lock-ops." generation.1 S. August (P, 1853. .. afflicted oldie benefit of this article. ,which from' lime Jane 11,1852. 6m '

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.. .f- I 1 :: nuLcp1rectoy. '- For the county of St, John's.on the first !IoWa, STAIiIlJTf-SECURITY-PERPETUITY' City Ordinances and ResolDtlolM t CX' OT'IiII'fQ.-'
f lrl. "On 3*. Georp Street,north oi November (which for the year 1653,'wffl he the $900,000. Aa Ordinance for the better preservation of thecleaatine -
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health of the and for other i
and City.
and one door north! of the Methodist ,7th Norenber.For ** pur
- tbe Public
Church Square the coanty of.Naraan. Thursday before the THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCECOflPANY poses. W ALLj: ll i

Fbrida H.". O."J'rtUUt.. Laae, North of third Monday in November, (say for 1853.the 17th Beit Aere&y0r u* 4hythe Mayor and AUer- Purchasers or CLTIUNG .I.
f tbePobUe Squared November.For OFNEW YORK-NO.35 WALL. men of the City of St.Augustine,in Con icil assembled ire are msnufsctnrmn the LARC'MEXToI an

... I City Hotel Oa Charlotte aDd Bay Street a few the county ot* Daval,on the 3d-Monday ia November Accumulated Fond,Nov.1st, 1849,8900- : That from and after the promulgation of this CLOTHING (

doors Soath East of the Poblie Squre. (which for 1853..willte the 31t November. NET ,wcarel,invested in Bonds Mortgages' Ordinance,it shall not be lawful,to throw vegetable able! for the Country Trde at.tw-1e I
PUntert Hotel. On Charlotte Street*.Trw For the county of Marion, on the Iii Monday inDecember on real estate in'this city aid Brooklyn, aad stocks trash or annirital matter of any description over the stiles.aniVe. to be Exir4 ..

I ."y Law. north of the Public $,UU,annexed to the (say for 18P, the 5th December.For of the State and City of New York and United Sea Wall.or into the Basin connected with said. do business on the I -I I .
Hosse. States Government. Wall-and any person offending against this prohibition I
4 Fkrida the county of Alachua, on the 3d Monday i in '
:- BOARDING HOUSES. December, (say 12th December i in the year 183. This fund. is rapidly increasing by a widely exten. ,shall, if a whiu person be fined for the first One Price SysR + -

.: Mitt Fti,. On Sc. George Street, a few doors For the county of Colombia, on the 3d Monday. ded and prosperous business. ofl'eacf'.in a sum not I less than two, nor more than Orders promptly fiflei An Dn\.....,_ it
and Pnblic The Company declared a dividend of profits of fity4wo (- five dollars,and (breach: subsequent offence, of not stock is solicited. II I -.
South ofthe Coart Hot ae Square. in Dectmber, whichTor 1853. will be the 19th De
I ... G. y. Papy. Oa B** atrtei. corner tp Bay and cember. per cent on all existing policies on the 31st less than five, nor more than Ten dollars;and:: if die -IUNDFOBD & B a- I
colored he she
1 of January 1843. offender be a person, or so offending
; I Garden Lane. v shall be subject to a like fine.or be at the discretion 29 Park Row, (opposite the Astr.. -"
All the Profits are divided among If. Y. '
t HOCTORS.Doet. J B. We
: F. Weedon. OSee at his Dwelling House of stripe oc the bare back 01( not lets than ten, nor are the largest =n
ST. AUGUSTINE E. F. The premiums are payable in cash annually,sem
on Bridge Street. more than twenty for the first of&nce, and for each OILED CLOTHI ;Gin -
,. Doct.John, B. Peck. Oftye. on St. George Street, annually, or quarterly, interest being added on the 'subsequent offence, of not less than twenty, nor the country. Rubber '
t. I f-w doors North of the CSirt nOllK.I' TIllS ESTABLISHMENT bay deferred payments. more than thirty one. lowest ae dll;.
t ?1' I DRUGGIST. ing undergone Thorough Repairs this The cash principle adopted by this Company BtitJarher{ Ordained. by the authority aforesaid June market rates. t.
; 'I Mrt.PC.Zylttrm. Chemis&an1 Drsggest.CbarlotteStreet. present season, is now ready for tares to tbe parties for whose benefit the insurances : Thai shall not hereafter be lawful for colored j :aL

reception ot Company.. FAMILIES AND are effected, the whole nf the advantages without persons,(bond orfree) to use the Sea Wa I I. as a J'I
*; r'LAVYf.RS. TRANSIENT BOARDERS can have spacious subjecting them to tbe heavy drawback of. accumulated place for promenading, and they are hereby forbiden FROCLAMATIOSCommonwealth
> Apartments. premium notes. to walk thereon, under a penalty of a fine of not .J of 8U A

I E. B. $'flI4. Cnsellor at ;Law-ofiic/on ArilleryLaae. Ilootn, Airy Clean, and Neatness Persons may effect insurance on their own lives in-. less than two, nor mojre :than five Dollars,or in lien .1 I I Frnh. arriraJ, at the a a
and the I lives of others. A married woman can VERITABLE
1 number of of less than "CHEAP
Itself furnished uaudsouicljr. thereof stripes not ten nor CASHSIOaip; .
the benefits of which
the life of her husband, are '
S Counceflor care more than thirty one, to be laid on the bare back of I THE sabseriber has the ttti .
Putnam. and NothIug 'Yau$1ug. Cie!
I ti. A.\ Attorney seearedby law for the exclusive use herself or chil I a.I. j as..
at Law,:office. Pi olata street.George The House is well known as being re' ently dren. > S the offender. ,friend ; thai by the last trip of the
\ !. R. Fairltnkt. Attorney and Counsellor Built, Expressly with a view to the accom- Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries Be it further Ordained and Decreed by the an-" I'receive extensive addition to. kia ,'e.-..

i LIW->fiictiD. the Court House!. odation of Invalids and other, being entirely are specially invited ro avail themselves of a re: thority aforefaid.that from and after this date. aU !I'and ia now prepared to supply? them wUk'!'I'f1ll
forbiden smoke in of J t:
I colored persons are to any jriety of artKle.in the Fancy and Dry
built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Fold. source whereby their surviving smiles may be secured c.r,lilt
the streets, or other public places in the City under \I including a lull and complete ass0rt4
i j PUBLIC OFFICES. ing Doors, &c., which renders it Fiee from rom the evils openury.Pamphietsezplaoaori. penalty! of a fine of not less than three nor more f.f.a j I made Cloli.ait d 10 the ehma4>eat.asd tl
.. I of Mutual
-;: Poet OffitM. Lawrence Aadreu: Post Master, of. Dampness. Fireplaces, Blinds to windows Life Insurance,and illustrating of its advantages, withforms than bye dollars for the first offence, or in Jefanlfof I,Ladies. Misses and children's cboe* asJ. .. 1st
I file in the Court House. through,opening on Piazza Promenade Two of be obtaiued 'at the office j payment thereof, a. number of stripes of not lea {light Boot and shoes for gs ," <.
1. >> 1 I Hundred Feet. Protection from Rains, Cold application may 01 than more than twenty be laid apoa the 1 letr tetr.bat'
.r' I Surveyor Gtneraft Office. John Westcott, Survey the Company,35 Wall at., or of of its agents. tea nor genteel t usUiy.fotid _
ar General!:on Hospital Street.corner Artillery Winda.dtc.:, forming a desirable EETEEAT from any bare back of the offender
&. : LaD anJ Hospital Street.LandrOfflce. confinement at ,all seasons of the year.- TRUSTEES. offence a fine of five dollars, or tbe infliction of wise" saddlery of a superior quality,is
.' .-A. T. Noda, Register of Public The House is situated facing Soaih in central JOt B Collies, David C Colden. thirty one stripes, to be laid on the bae back,.. good supply cutlery. -:- 4't

Landsomce in the Court House. position, and retired ,from other Dwellings. Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edward., aforesaid;a cd all colored persons are hereby strictly The above good. hare bees selected ij. /..!
I TAo*. T. Rtmell. Receiver, office in Court The House contains 45 Itooms.with addition a H MeCnrt'y, Wm Belts I forbiden to carry about their persons, any knife 'rieo ccd agents and will 1 be disposed .f: atioaiisal

II OUlt'. al Parlours, Dining, Setting Kooms.and conveniences Ered Winston Joseph Blunt, j. clasps or other of more than three inch length of I mdeanee upon costs: and charges; II..
office C W Faber. Isaac G Pearson, blade nor shall colored not actually infirm !bound and determined b itSJ
/.dge of Prolate. (G.Ilw.phreJ'.Jlldce,) in general For Accommodation ; any person DouG ia1erU." fcv
in-the Court House. not be surpassed. John P Yelverton, Henry Vels! from disease or extreme age, carry under any one. .

Peter B. Duma Clerk Circuit Court office In The well earned Reputation th'ri House! Theo Sedgwick, Wm Moore, pretence whatever cane or walking stick of any He takes this occasion to announce to Us
4- 4 Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook size under a penalty of not less than ( t'nd..lhat his
the Court House. Year Year will be thProprictrcSl or description; promised supply *t Cstj> a i
I has from
to acquired
Rafael D.Canora. SherifTaad T" Collector.of-. John II dwift, Jona Miller, fire dollars fine or a number of stripes to be laid on .dGlUiuhu come to ha nd and he forges laeatil' t
lice In the Court House. lrs. DAVIS aim to sustain, and John Wadsworth David A Comstock the bare hack of tbe offender, of not less than ten. call and partake freely ; ".ithoalmoDIt uj w I
-. Collector of Cattomt. Paul Arnau, offiee in for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns S M Cornell. Robert Shnyler. nor more than thirty-nine. I out price." IJ

Charlotte street at hi! residence near the store of A. her thanks. GOUY 31 Wilkins James Chambers Passed by the Council 23J December 1852. I MATHIAS R. A DIEV. 'EM J t? _

O: Perpall. The Table will be supplied with choice John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, G HUMPHREYS, Mayor. I Comer of St.. George and Picolata streets,......'
Inspector of Cutlomt. James A. Mickler.f. Game, Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks Venison, Fred Whittlesey Moses II Grinnell, Attest site 1 unQm!at Square. *
11. Sronton. Judge U. S. Court Northern I Turkeys and Shell Fisn, which at this time Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker, SI..R. ASDB.KC,Clerk.An I July! 23. 1853: ?j|

'' District of Florida. office fn the,Court Houte. I our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or John C Cruger Eugene Dutilb, -V
G. !It., Fairbanks Clerk U. S. CQurt, office, in : moru Hunters, sporting exclusively for this Walter Joy. Francis Lathrop, Ordinance for the Protection Buttons Cation Butt...!!!

the Court House. House. Alfred Pell.. J 0 Thatcher.: White Persons Assembled for. I A SOTILER LOT OF THOSE CHEAP BBT.| 11

: Deputy JI rdlll., Gforge I. Zehnbaur, office in Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. Divine Worship. ,tons, together with a choice lot of&neg jb&f

t Mit Court House. Tackles, Boats for Excursion,&c. ISAAC ABB ITT. Secretary.JOSIFH Be it Ordained, by the Mayor and Council of the ir7 just received and for tale at the Ynmjul

JUSTICES: OF THE PEACE. ;| Very RespeclfulllP' BLCXT, Counsellor. City of St. Augustine: That from and after the passing; "Cheap Ou\ Store," of 1LR.AXDRB..

S I Reuben Piokham.-Office at his residence South G. R. FAIRBANKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. of this Ordinance,if any person or persons shall know. -.
i -.Ii of St. Francis Barracks. 1 q 16th. ingly be engaged concerned in vociferative noise r Notice. ;,

G.Humjhreyt& Notary: P"bJie-office, in the CourtHouse N. B.-It !' tile,;,tilb of the Pro- selling spirituous liquors or any other act having an All person are hereby fbrbidea from oesjEs,,_. C
I prlctrc' that tbe Serrants attached JUST Receired by the Carolina.hams. com,oat., immediate tendency disturb or cause a disturbance .I upon or talring801.. timber oa the tIntf
t CITY. nFFICRLS to tile House should be civil attentive lead,linseed oil.turpentine nail molasses. of a congregation of white persons assembled for the: land_ known as GOOO acres lying oa tIeEsa k*
Gad -- -.---- --- tend obliging. syrup, hooey,sugar*, pork, bacon.harnj,beef,cheese, pmpoae of divine worship at- a ehrrch chapel in the I. ofSt.Johns River!between what was tonarrly IBC.-,' Ip

Miyor- Hamphreyt.L'tareace crackers, bread, flour soap,candles starch, indigo City; such person if a white person shall be fined not as Mares place opposite Pilatka sad Bsestpirt "*.
':S AdrenPaulArnau A MAGAZINE OF.PURE MORALS. rasions, almonds,currants, citron. tea. cauia.spice., less than five dollars nor more than twenty,ifs colored -, of a giant of 13,000 acrta/ft**!* M ai-.

I :: } Ald! rmta. pepper, tobacco. sepia snuff and leaf, brooms tubs, person the offender shall be fined as aforesaid, IIl ert..Dd being the same 6O0O acres ssli ?
B. Jueaieif. ; PETKRSOiTS AGAZIN F. washboards,, pails, baskets, f fohlines mats boxes or whipped not exceeding thirty 'Iripe.:or imprisoned i t Francis J. A vice.by John iluertas,-As all sUJ kaj
; Miehi'l Utint. &c., B. E. CAUR. not exceeding one week with costs at the discretion ot' U claimed by me:as guardian of Ca aouxx)I. ATI*
; Clerk of the City Council. .A., B. Pacet.". office U* The Best and Cheapest Ladle1 Magazine.; larch 12th. the Mayor and Council and that the City Slanhall, MARY ACE J ,

: at the Council room. A NEW VOLUME of this popular periodical will Mayor or Alderman shall attend to allcoinplaints! and St. Augustine May 14ib. 1853.Stationary.. .. i
City Mankal and Clerk of the Market, Reuben commence with the Januat, number for $1853. which Claret Wine &c. : arrest such offender. : I I..

_ .111,, ..... t Piakham. will be ready by the 1st of December,anJ will be tie i That upon all convictions the person or persons con .'
PORT WARDENS. moil superb. ever pMithed. il\A .very and pints superior also Claret 10 boxes Wine f bottled in quarts victed shall remain imprisoned or committed until the RECEIVED i by Brig Tremontas exeeHeu sej"
t ." V. C. ZyltralC3iarlejraagerfJot., E.:Ponar.. he only Original iHagaziue. Sherry, Madeira and Port Wine, Cordial Scotch fine and costs are paid or satisfied. prime Stationary of every VM: |
\ Tins is now the only Magazine that gives original Ale, Porter Philadelphia Ale and Porter Congress Passed in Council .March hOur 1853. Wescription<< for sale at 4l

.1 'I. :AUCTrO EIR. articles rxcluiieely: Mrs. Ann d. Stephens, the editor Water,Choice Principe and otherBr&nd Segars,Aro- G. IIU IPUREYSJ1 Jtr. 1\ln.\ ZYLSTIA. ,
and all the best American writers, are regular mantic Honey Dew Attest
_ I r ,- Seo.Center, F. P, Ferreira_ _and! J. A. Strischa.MERCHANTS. I coatributors More thrilling stories, tale. and novels Leaf and Cat Tobacco.Tobacco.Pipes Snuff Smoking A. B. PACETTT.. Au Ordinance. "

I ... : have appeared in this! periodical, in the last ten B. E. CARR. Re it Aerely OrJai.eJby'the Mayor sad ,
years, than in all the",Atrl put together. Tbe tone .St.Angustine June 4th 1853. An Ordinance to raise a revenue to meet the cur men of the city of St. Augustine, in Council I '

.''i, 1?. .hdftft. Dealer in duple aoJ Funcy Dry ia that of the ki;!iest /bora I purity r so that every fam rent e i peaces of the City, for the year 1853 and for bled ; that from and after the promulgatioaOdinance

I' ;' G<>oJ>, c"rDtr'of,'Geurge anJ t'icolata atreeu. Market ily. where there are daughters, should have it. Receipts Patent medicines. the extinguishment of the Cty: debt. ,it shall not be lawful for,or pensined <
i t Sqaare.Uurlinzam1. ,patterns: forembroidery.and everything useful : Be it Ordied, by the Mayor and Aldermen of anT slave free negro or mulatto. own, eraartiposvession .
: "I & Huwk( -Corner of St. George to the sex, appear monthly. MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT,celebra-. the City of St. Augustine in Council convened: .-directly or indirectly-within the...!lu
.. 1 .nJ Tre-it-ury Laae Colored Fashions here Only.No of the Horse. That Tax of one- ill t' of one per cent be and .of said city ; any Gun, Pbtpl.or other fire s4
j ,\ Unrroushi B. Cirr; WhoTenale and Retail, dealer McMums Elixir of Opium. the same is hereby directed to be imposed fo- the any descr ption ; and any slave free oegr er i ilatto.
other steel fashion
Mtgazine: : now gives .
Davis Pain.Killer vegetable, for the aforesaid the value trangreMio2 agaiut this .hibitk>aM 4l,<
Cr of lint quality Faintly: Groceries of al! kinds. Li0ioisi.c. this does. letter-press descriptions year 1853 ( purposes ) on pr
as ac-
_ l I. .. .. No.2 Bait side Charlotte. direct.: Nurth coutpiny each monthly plate. This i.. in fact, the Circulars with the above can be had, of all Real Estete situated and lying within the I conviction before the Mayor,be punished, wits
1of the I'ubtieequore, lex-bouk of fashion and indispensable to all who Brandreth'sPi1Is. MoffaU Pills, Chartered limits of the said City-and the following less than ten nor more than thirty aine stripes II
7 '(;eu.-=e Dart. L *"aler in Staple and Fancy Dry I wou'.J know how to dress elegantly,yet economically Strong's Pill, Janes Medicines persons (to wit) Frederick C. Humphreys and Al1erto bare back and any and every Gun, Pistol' *? .

- : \ \ l fiooj; West side of Charlotte street a few doors It enables every lady to be her own drenmaker.I.iguificeut Fahnestock Vermifuge, Poinsetts Loxccust, I D. Rogero. ar: appointed assessor's to deter- description of fire, arms, found in possessioa .i
i 1 : Sunlit. .otrrensury Lane., Fitch's Medicine, Ayers Cherry Pectoral, 1 mine the value of said Real Estate and fix the basis slate free negro or mulatto, (unless the same .
f ., .<*(/* .IVakeman.. Wholesale and Retail dealer ? Hczzotluls and ToWnsend's SarsaphariDa, Sands do. I upon which said tax shall: be levied and it is hereby be shown by due: proof to beloog to a white -
..I l Dry Goods and "Groceries. .Grocery store on the other Engravings.The Cod Liver Oil, Gelatine, Liquorice, 1 further ordained that the-tax imposed by this Or. :and the claimant thereof shall satisfy the Mays..
I t t< : Ground floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, mezzotints and steel engravings one of which, Gum Arabic, ic. i dinance shall be collected in tie -same manner: and that it came into the possession of such sIavei4'
I I j r < Charlotte etreet. Howard's: Building. II at least appear: in every number, are unrivalled for July 2. B. E. CARR.. under the same regulations as are provided and ia- out his said chimanls consent or kDOwIH J
!. : ;i' Misses S. tf( N. rd1It. Oedlers in Fancy beauty. In illustrations. as well as reading matter, force in relation to the collection of City taxes levied hereby declared to be forfeited and shall under At
4 I 'Goods &c. opposite the Planters &Hotel on East I in.ierd, this Magazine ii without an equal. In fact, Lime upon other descriptions of property. authority of the Mayor, be sold,b" the City Kafeh
tide: ) t r1arlottestreet. Ui,i,tAt only illaitrated Magazine in the country Clapboards &c. Passed by the"Couneill9Januuy '853. .!Il!,after two days notice posted up ia the lliiW'
I'eJnt; He net. Dealertn Groceries,Provisions,5cc. uhich! Au tteadily increated in cir "III I ion every 500 bushels Shell Lime 95 do S tone do.5000 G HUMPHREYS Mayor. and at two or more public places ia the city at jsfe
corner of Cuna and dtj George street. year which: proves how superior it U. Clapboards.75 Post.oranite Stoneaim Nails Hair. AttestM. lie watery to the highest bidder; and the pneeJiof ;

!. ./. Qcincy Watch maker and Jeweler, on Ttruit...Cheapest of All. Tar. Pitch. RosIn Oakum. White Lead, Paints, R. AxDXEr. Clerk.CHARLESTON the sale shall twenty-fire percent thereof

- George srreet. nearly opposite offic of Dr. Peck. One copy (for one year.9 dolUrs ; for three C9pies 5 Oil, Brushes Sheet Lead, sin, Bar Iron.B. the person iuformmg and seizing said anna sad tat

':'jVtoj.: Neltjn. Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Cops, dullard! ; for five copies 7 dollars and fifty cents ; E. CARR. AND FLORIDA remainder to the City Poor fund. .
1 .llatsanJ Dry Goods side August 6th.tone Passed in CouncilJuly 2, 1853.
east ofpr.arlottee street, for eiglit: copies 10 dollars ; fur sixteen copies 20 dol U. 8 MAIL STEAMERS
; ; ,' corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. lars. G. 1IUMPJIUEY3. 1Ia,.,.

Lawrence Andrea. r, Charlotte street, PRMIUM3: FOR CLU .-To S I Lime for white washing very good CAROLINA AND FLORIDA. Attest.
repay persons get. also White
wash Bnibhes
Coloring paints Alum
he For A. 8. .CJ rk.
near ( jT : racruy .
; Clubs, the following splendid Premiums will
John Boot CbrIotte.street ling up Copper,Glue, &c. Through to Pdatka in 24 to 30 /Jour
UintJt near be &i'eR'Fur a club of three five
or a premium
L the City Hotel \j April' 1853. B. E. CARR. The CAROLINA will Extracts from. Proceeding .f CUj
___ t. plate, 16 by 34 inches-a magnificent offer. For a -
Michael Nelligan-Cahiqet Maker\ Charlotte club of eight, a copy of the Magazine for 1852. For Varnish, &c. Masons Hhoe l leave CHARLESTON every Council. :

street.IM laxy Temperance Hall. ] a club of sixteen, an extra copy for lo'53, and a premium Blacking\ shoe Varnish-Harness Var Saturday 3 P. M. Re- THE following; ; Resolutions were then sevtn j
Bartalo..0literot. 31ack Smith and Gun Smith : leave PAL.YTKAeveryMonday.7A.M.PlCOLTA,10A.M.- and
,I plate in addition. nish. Rubber turning.will adopted, namely :
blacking, Fish Oil Neats
_ _ foot Oil. at V
near: th North Gate of the CIt,. Addressed, post-paid, toCHARLES retail. B. E. CARR.For : .. Resolution lit.

1 h, I J. PETFRSON, and JACKSONVILLE Tuesday, 4 o'clock. A. IS!. Remixed hy tit Mayor md Aldermen i. CMSCI
- Bowling Slley, Liquors and Refreikmenii, bj a No. 98 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. the Iaundress.starch polish ( The FLORIDA will leave CHARLESTON every i MBceaeiThat the Ordinance: prohibiting bt&Sf
_ f F. Bridier.i C .y Uo !I. __ | with common starch-will give liien or Tuesday, a&Q P. M. Returning will leave PA I I within certain )i liraiu therein specified passed .A
fkilip Gomez Retailer, Liquors, Refreshments, TO LARGE PLitiTEit. L LATKA Thursday at 7 A.'M PICOLATA.
ivory appearance. B. F. CARR. every ; 3 lit of July 1843,be amended by insertinf $ss
A&e", Charlotte: street, opposite Bridier's Bowling 10 A. M.\
o'clock. ; JACKSONVILLE Frida"4o'clock "
diately alter the word
- Valuable Tracts of Laud for Sale. "bathe in :he second!lisa I
1 ,
-T1 Alley.. .j__________ fin IIB-subscriber as Agent of tbe several owners Billiard Table and Ten Pin Alley ,A.M.These Steamers. connect with' all'the interior the first section, thereof the following,.vix : escn J
I JL offers for sale some of the roost valuable lands : the Magnolia Retreat within the enclonre or wilts of f regular .at*
STAGE OFFICE.: AT open the Stages of East Florida, and connect both ways with treafly constricted Bailing Hoist aDd it was W
East Florida I and
in to wit: day .Evening. '
- : Office of' \e Pieolata .t1aiISta=,. Bridier'a.. City 800 acres valuable hammock'I land,West of Fleraiogton Nov29 no18tf S. MIRANDA. the the New York Steamships Boats. Carolina Railroads, and wise Resolved that said Ordinance, be farther I

Ultl'l.I ,known as the Gibbs Lands Marion Co., Wilmington amended and altered, aa to read thus, tojirh) tfperson
-1 I liDO acres near the Alachua Savanna, known as Pottage from Charleston to Jacksonville, $3.- violating this section of this ordinance,sb
_ the Garey Grant. Hops &c. .Picolata 'anj Palatka 010. on conviction before'the Mayor,if a white pens

_ Ii Koiiiail Cttktlic CHURCHES. 1400 acres in San Felasco, Hammock near New. Hops,Yell Powders Cream Tartar.. SalertpM'1C"b' For further particulars apply to forfeit and pay, for the first offence, a fine ef fa
Church.. North. aide Moaumenwjuare. nansville, known as'the Lawson Lands. "' Soda. Barley, Essence Lemon J. W. CALDWELL. Charleston. dollars,with all costs which may accrue io thed
__ __ Church. Several thousand 'acres good Jand in the Arre. Orange Savory Peach Spice Peppermint BELLECHASSF &. FlNEGAiN.Jacisonv'e.! lection of said fine and for each satseeiaeat dial
1 Epiteoyal side Monument square. dondo Grant. .isj: i. Thyme Sago Brandy,Cinnamon, Nutmegs Cur- -: S R. K: REID Talatka. t fib6j.i a fine of Ten dollars with costs a* aforesaid a4
Church. Oa 8*. George ,street, Tie ID vial ,, a or mulatto, conviction shaft trtiwiHgainst
-. I ., South of thesquare. 7000' acres on Halifax Rlfcr. South of St. Aa. EaUah mutarcf Prepared melt Mas- ,- negro oa
I I the Bulow Plantation 800 lard, Cayenne Aast. Sauces tbk ordinance UK offender shall receivatiM
gustineknown as having peper.. do. Catsup do '
I Methodiit Episcopal Ckureh. St4 TV1TAOIV.ffflHE .
George street, '
1 near the Magnolia llous *j acres of open land suitable for cane and cotton. Pickltt. ty.fivc lartpn on the bareback.Resolution.
And several other bodies of hammock land on Domestic Preserves Subscriber at the request of many of his IlL -
A.ut.BrandJ. .
4 navigable waters JL friends has been induced to undertake the tuition .
: TERMS OF COURT, EASTERN CIRCUIT The titles are undoubted and terms low-.Apply Fruit, Cherries &.e. Tamarind of a limited number of Pupils. He therefore con Retolted. That hereafter% mdl otherwise pm
o i Pineapple, ded,a tax of six and a quarter ams diy bclrvi
FLORIDA. Ginger Olives templates School
I to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS I Horse nd- opening on Wednesday the first
iah. Fresh Slamon, Sardines at Retail. day of December the and collected for each stall ia the Fish mart.r.i ,-
Feb 28, 1852 cut at house
I sraixo TKKJC. Augustin-Florida.. recently occupied i
and ia tLe ofFiah and is V*
1 B. E. CARR. as a law officbby j W. A. Forwlrd occupied vending ;
:, Far the Co in ties of Orange and St. Luoie, at Mel School Books St. Augustine June 18th, 1853. the residence of Judge E. B. Gould., Esq., adjoining I by made the duty of the City Marshal ens*I t.e' V
ooville, on ths first Tuesday i iti April in each sad He will teach all the all fish brought to the market and (with the e ae*
fIiaeys Geography and Atlas Woodbride do Elementary branches of an
,1"el'J' year. of aid disinterested
and do Peter do Smiths Hair English Education. va.-3pehing. Reading rence any two discreet pmeIwhom
Parleys new Gram Dye. Writing
'j For the County\ of Sampler, at Adanuville he select to unite with hun ia exai
on the and Arithmetic.He may any
of the United Stales
w t. second Monday in April ia each anJ every year. mar speller OIneys and definer History, Walker's "ictiooal'J'.southera, Webster's first Improved tiq aid Hal Dye-This is a capital will also give instructions in the theory of Surveying. dOD he may make) shall! eoadeom all such ftth <

_f : 1 I For tie county of Putnam,at Pilatka,third Tuesday class bo ,grinuhaw history Greecedo do of Rome, Dye and no uouble in, Instantaneous See direction and permanent Navigation,and Mensuration. maybe unsound and uufit for ase-and. (tao n
i 't "" after the of this resolution salt 01'
t la April,ia;each and every year. do do of United States. reader, edand if .rrant. Tuxs passage no e'V
english pictorial spelling satisfactory to be returned. It diea either nIL Quun&.For the' Elementary branches, shall b made either aatil dmarket
openly or covertly
For the county of Marion at Oeala,fourth Monday book, do primmer, do reader, school reader, da- black or brown as desired try it. 86 per quarter,half quarter in adYiace.8U"eyiD' bell-has been aad 1&-
of April. bolls arithmetic, slates, teal pencils, ink,letter &c. rung
; paper B.E.CARR.TAMARINDS.FigPaste.PrnnesBitterfXhoice. &, 83 extra made in violation of this prohibition, ia hereby i
For ,the of wafers,quills, steel note toy books fcc. May 14, 1853. Surveying, e'V
- county Alachua. at Newnattsville. pens paper separately pet quarter 8G. 00 dared to be utterly void,aDd not entitling the! f*
1 first Monday B. E. CAUR.March Hours of tuition from
i } May. 9 to 2 O'clock. chaser to a preference over any other individaal t

ci : For the county of Columbia, Alligator: on the 26th, 1853. No,.20,1852. JAMES l\L. GOULD. may be present at and after the ringing of said*

I l' r second Monday of Mar ,. \\ \ 1,000 BOOK, AGE T8 WANTED, hkkoryNuu Almond. and propose for any fish he may tee and de&f !

- 1 I'' f' 'or the county of Nasua.at Nassau C. II., oa the TO SELL PICTORIAL AND OTHER USEFUL & Ate, Porter Cider, Wines Brandy purchase and any person telling fish either ape
Wednesday before the fourth M>nday h May. CRANBERRIES. Dried Apples Fulton Market or ctvertly, contrary to the.ialnuod ncajsf''
.-. For the ceunty of Daval. at JacksonvUle WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1853. Jan 15th B. E. CARR. Beef, Bacon.Pork Lard this Interdictioo,shillon conviction before the m\\
the 1853.Received .
-I fourth Monday of lla,. on 81,000 DOLLARS A YEAR! cheese crackers,choice family Hour graham crackers, or be fined in quadruple the value of say fish asm

For the c..llluyof: St. 10h '. WANTED, in every county of the United buckwheat rice,gelatine, corn, starch choice teas by him, with coats of proaeeatioa."Setolted .
H second Monday in June.!! at St. Augustine on active and enterprising men, to engage by the C.roK, 10 Cases choice wine,of&c., That his Hoar the Mayor, b* tt&
the. in the sale of some of the best Books in the a mfrHfce H m. 10> Kep P. E. CARR. ted to invite the attention ol Lieut. 31. L* Saua,1 I V
4 r.UJ.1EU. coar trJ. To men of good address, posseMing a Batter. 10 boxes Cheese.2 d" Chocolate/3/ doCoifti March 12th, .the United States Topographical Engineer Cat?

: For the oruatiea .f Orange and St. Lucie, third small capital of from $25 to Q100,such inducements BrUt* Water, 2 Cases fine Cat tobacco in tin foil, now in this City and (who it is understood k.a

Tuesday before the first Monday In November, will be offered as to enable them to make from 81to Pnncipe &c, Segarsat RetaiL tour of Canal; Surrey in ov State J U the gr,1'

i j (which for the year 1853, will be the 18th October. 85 a day profit. B.E'CARR.Bountj Razors Brashes &c.. intervening between the head of U atanza Hirer MSmith's Itl..

I "r'o the county Putnam, on th.i last Tuesday I OCT: The Boob published by us are all useful la M.y2l.I853.- Indelible Ink, with preparation Wade & Creek, the head of Halifa lint,ac *.. -

before the 1st,Monday ia November (which fer the .their character, extremely popular, and command Laud : Razors set resdy for use. Assorted Iowa Hialovrr" aDd to ask that be will,if coos**
1853,will he 1st of November. Urge sales wherever they are offered. Yarran* Cutlery. llon, Accordeons. shaving soap, with hia other arrangement*;examine the santVg
year For further, particulars,address (postage paid), T. SUBSCRIBER will pay in a& the high. brushes,boxes,straps,combs hair brushes,steel key a view to ascertain the practicability of ope aHif
For the county of Sumpter,on the fourth Wednesday ROBERT SEARS, POBUSHM est market price for Lend Warrants. rings,tweezers,cork screws patent glass 'Ink stands water eoamanieatioa to connect those. two poa

,- 23d ia November November.(which lot the year ,!, W, will be 181 William Strett, New York. ANDREtT.:. assorted steel pens flab lines, hooks.cotton twiDe.iD.E.CARR.. and report to the City Council the reach 01 Wit:
_ lae 5ih 1853. St. *
- I February \; Augustine Jane 80,,1e53.? Feh.2C.l853. animation.
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