The ancient city
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Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 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: UF00048575:00153

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AUGLSTIXE I'I' FL0. SEPTEMBER 31th, 153.: l ;I 1'1 .' !3'...."

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THE: ANCIENT CITY. TA1.12 OFBV Cd.i .'.t'N LY.' Never hhall it (be said! tliat Anna llul.\\'f'1: near dying in my fife, and I. know that)it is only I ing from his eyes. The ceremony was soon finished '-

married! against her.father'a ,will.' through the rare of an all-merciful Providence, ." Congratulations were showered from all

,. .; H7BLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT MISS MAKY-A. HCXXESSEE.. She hud hanky uttered these words: when she and your kind nursing, that I am still alive. sides upon the young and lovely pair. The.most

}c. AHyusUuc, St. Johns County :Flo.it. At the close or a beautiful 1 day in the! month of i was roused by the sound, of approaching foot 'What book where you rea.dingnn ?' touching scene of all was when Mr. Montford, ,

a j Ill' .. B. cAiifovA, October: a young and beautiful girl mighfhavc : steps I and the next moment; Charlton Montford 'Tho Bible' she replied, may I read chapter her father-in-law, came,Jbrward, and-taking his I

N t&sa:-T.** Dollar per annum in advance been seen promenading the long piazza a magnificent had clasped her to his bosom. cOb Charlton, to you ?' lie assented'", and ,Anna'opeed'-itat son by the" hand and placing his other hand upon .

discontinued until all an mansion, situated in the city of C "'uxclahntd: the lovely' girl, 'bow I have lon'gedlocc the sixth. Chapter of St,:'I l1ke.I." >W1jt, Jo ;ch proj"M b"h _the.i...tt-i, i i:t iJLr C'tf ;

arrearage:' Tire, glorious sun had just scLiu all hid byluul-jr; you p.that'lT inrght:; teU'-jfoii: ( all my Iron ei:' d: yead io"4 JQ' ', ,
HbeHrtba: of the Publisher. i* !, ? ... .t .... :.1 .., .,. .
:rer l 'ti twelve. burg and, uW ,leA ig hia gyldctt tints on. tfyeef'\I tStMlf tltefL "!. I'roo; ,". b arlUW i.... .. : !'J l/tiiliiii'ill,!' -:".ind-I..t-, .';fcePlliaShave J An statt'i-a "I, ma ri0w-11az1ewreodrall 'thia'hts .. f g, b'm' : A +
by rendering th short ) soft>l no friend left. : : : that .
dim firet insertion, and 75 cents for raeh.djwgttest twilight unusually : passage mediation of sweet angel, your child, and :
insertion. To?yearly advertisers a bright and beautiful. ( 'Alma, dear' Anna, cheep up; your tearsTfear 'Be ye therefore merciful, as your Father is also !- now mine also; were it not for her,wemight i hava ,

will be made. Anna Hozlewood, the heroine of our tale was will make! me'forget my .manhood. Tell me what merciful; Judge not, and you shallnot, be condemned gone on hating each other as heartily as ever"

J liberal discount advertisements ,must be paid for beita the only child of Mr. James lIull'\\'ooJ'a widower sorrow disturbs you. ; Your letters have been forgive, and ye shall be forgivcn.f She The company separated in the best of spin's: f ti t

I" ,&T : and very wealthy merchant: C---- silent regarding it could not proceed any further, but burying her and! none who present;:or that joyful occasion will i
unless by a regular customer. Byr
t -rtion, : be He made her an i idol, and caused her to be ei-i- 'Most willingly would I forego the task, 'replied face in her hands; she burst into tears. I, How soon' forget the noble bearing of the bridegroom

referring++ 1 to our terms, the requisite sum advertiseAdvertisements may cared in all the refined and costly accomplishments Anna, 'but I must not.' She then related all could her father withstand so touching an appeal, or'thc gentle sweetness of the bride. ,
transtnittel'widt -
sod O. of her gex. Unfortunately she .was not that had occurred since they last met, and how for well he knew the cause of her grief. Tin ... .If .

apt ; his only idol, although his: only child. There her father, wished her to marry Mr. \Water and solemn words which she had: '">t read. to him entered Anecdote cf Jiirtgc S.
marked with the -
W not was another to which he bowed in almost! holy : she had steadfastly refused. his! very Roul; and toll,1tthat.he had wrong: tl :There lived not many years ago in this good -

r her tf insertions! required, will*be continuedid reverence; that :idol was Money Mr. Huzlc- 'Ana did your father persist ?' asked Charlton.'Oh that sweet and jjrntlo being; his only clii'l.Then :: .- E: State of Tennessee, rather on eccentric old! protlcTnm }

w ,,'11' uti! foq rh and charged: for. woud'ti highest ambition far the future of his we had a long and bitter conversation,' replied rt-acliing forth his atm, he: drew her! this ) who occupied. the Jut: ;e's scat, in one'ofOie i
Dollar will be charged: for all any 'rra'nirst' circuits of Pie .
Fire State
gr daughter, was to sec her wedded wealth.. Accordingly Anna, 'and my father left the room in great sotnand, for a few ninnunts they nunrVl! ,.Judge S-r ,

MMneeutents. of candidates.fur office; to be paid I when she had attained the age of seventeen anger. Dear Charlton,'my father has no personal their tears: in silence. The f>t't.:r was the firstto I Iud 1 pmro :i' *.o),'! \"e you a t fc'w anecdotes illus- t

in s'lraaee. he r+ Waters to it is only"and old I % tr"vc of iiis: character, nlthonc'i! I fear as it i is .
? r I selected Henry a wcaUhy, objetioi you; quarrelbitywn ppeak.( : 'Anna: my dear: dial, kmggfrlmt: c I
Debtors and Crcditorn, $7 00 fin=' that: T will hill the story
to my attempt in the
Notice I
j though; dissipated young gentleman, as a suitor him an.IlIrther, that makes him the selfishness of my prMt, I have- caiiRcnryyt! t' "
A p|*'cttion for I/ctters of Administration 5 00 j for her hand and heart :Mr.% WateWproposed oVjcct'? to my receiving your addresses.'. i eat trouble. Anna,' wilL vou be j:usded"1fiy; rcoilu": ; ln-.r"vpr t'tat will be my Cmlt, and .not ,
for dismissal as Admr., 10 00 the f.iit! of the! "
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Apflifatkm be j to Anna, but, strange to say, he was at once rejected. 'I was entirely ignorant of the enmity between theca holy precepts which you have jnxt rcttln: <

Eltori&l notices far private benefit will }. 'Take more time to think of it, and you : our parents,' answered Charlton, 'until a Ccwda.'s m?, and are you willling to forgive and forget the ; Upon one occasion there were two men ar- I j jratgnnl

:;r- All religious notices will bo inserted gray her Cither, when he heard from Anna's own lips and asked! permission: to solicit your ham! 'Father, dear father,' replied the weeping girl, ..injr t h.' t'o t'

tnit"riR1p.All the decided rc: ectiol of Mr. Waters. 'Never of your fitlnr. My father has an interest !in a as she twined her arms about her fathers neck, :r\.,. 1, npnn t't: :r.n1 qnrstion of "guilty or ;
bills far Job printing must be paidon not guilty n' < Td ,;?' if
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j father! I never can 'make up my mind to marry: large mercantile establishment in Havana, whichhe and pressed her lips to his fevered brow. 'I i &*%
th. delivery of the work. !. :Mr. Waters.' ; thinks is aboit: to Gut, and he putt me off by 'have nothing to forgive; only love me as you Jutlc( S _"You1, wore .drunk, were you sir 1 I" t

J2gT* All letters on business and commumcathn i I 'And why not i' asked her father, iurjiin; pale savins; that he wishes to send me thither as his i once did, and I shall be happy.' 'My dear child,' Prisoner.Y, R;!,RTr.: I

*. m-Ktbo pod>t 'L to receive attention. "I. at the bare idea of losing sojveathy! a suitor. for agent, (for Its is i too old and infirm to take such whispered her father, 'I love as I do my own !soul. S._"What fli'f you get drunk" on sir i i" M \ '
,___.., = 1 p."WMskey .
-- his daughters hand.( "I''j a voyage,) to bring: tho.business! to a close! and It was only enmity h others and a love wealth fllr. i
.II) U'1r It $1 I S.-."11 hat sort .,
: ---------_.. ..rr' ''Bwais I cannot '0..0 him,* !ep' Cfl Anna.,: if possible, to prevent total failure. h0 now, that made me forget my duty to you. Let the whiskey sir r ,
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"1 Ifj 'I Xlil3 sOY: R OF TIM E. 'Cannot+ lore him'f' exclaim 'hcf t f;ether. in i j dear Anna, there: .reruitns Let the alternative past: be forgotten, and in future II will do all"I whiskey: sir. ,

1, cr.'a. amazement. 'Love a ft 1 lid! Why! IcauM t fitln-r tU'ltyjl' ; :at once! mvl wait: : for time to ran to ensure your happiness.' lie paused: for a S.-"What,-right new wlrs'ccy! sir I" "\.

I flt.t.lon!;. ilir nnpirr Gt'I'>!, almost lovr B jclzeWi' h'liH-j'f: : ;f.:'r or\v tai')'tan 141nlars. I :conl l oar falu-rs nn:;t-r, or J must !*v've' you and! moment then recovering himself: he continued. P._"S cs sir, just ,warm from the still.! ,* ,.

pr t And ,iW" nlli"n" ..'i "w"r.ttk" I It i ist.n 'r ajlK flits thor! } r.ion.h! h''6, nf,1," .1 r":"II, uft; warm from the still did I .
tt I fret) .> you. .aivI, yoa.won't take! it "'.\'* when: we shall: met ;:a.in. My heart: I your love. He is endowed by nature with you .
In '.
1awni 'lS."Mr.
'i'hat dig dIll.* : !c ) I P.-"Yes sir.
u ., 1 the ''nulf wall!! 'rVJr.T, :: dctr fatli rtfuriveme! but hove an plea.Is slrnajly for the first proposition Anna, I manY: noWe qualities, and is in all respects! a :pentlcman. i "
TlI" '''I ? cowry fin 1.- I I Clerk, ,fine that ten dollars andt
,,! ftw, other.' !I / and a'vaU yo-ir deci 'o"." The ill will I l hore his father, alone made I man' : I
111. 111I"'n. ilir h f i imprisonment in the count ii' i ut
In rtttali*. wMI I wwnJ hy, 'Who is the other t' demanded her'Cit'icr.Mr. Cliarllon: took Anna's hand within his own, me refuse to listen to his suit but that is passed No. 2 -j one month. t:! J 'i ir

i"t a i Charlton. J Montford* ,' replied i'\u=,'In all :and while the taw'were; : coyrsin! rapidly down now You have mr full! ronoent.to your union W upon being f arraigned' ," pleaded "guilty"* : .- i ,
: .t "nee -cart' hcrcJaeekathe: ; has 'Ohnrlton ttfrnvtromll.ivaria.-'I milt :, "*: ," -l I ... .
$ .er nohle'girf replied: i asRoonhR'h'c : ,write I'.
t S, "You > I.
w t 'air" tnt faa e, orlton Montfon' VhatDick ( know that T love you and it is the asi Ve! lam confident were drunV, were you sir I" t
onU'orl' :
COlD" ; i ,, ) .. .. con, you 'very to his father a<; ssoan mn,: and ,
.. p.-ures. Fir. '
J An
... JJe mnri'fr'* w wpoi Mil"page uf m'ne. No, never:r I, had rithcr see ,vat )lyinz: 1 your first. proposition.. tion. "Thanks! n thousand thanks, my dear S.-"What did you" get drunk 17' on sir 1"P."RranIIy

P.mbr\t<.n trlighu in him n corpse at my feet, than to see you the .bride of, ""Oil ;ay not so, dear Anna," exclaimed Chary father. "No thanks: nt all, my dear child,", sir:, I! : _
brmlli S. .
ilir dht! set i lh" nYrlina -"What sort brandy t -
I inmirn Mo'itfiml's ".' f i- I ttn.hIt'r: rot though continual Anna, "I said: her father; "yon h'1h't'n, ti ;good girl, Anna .
P. "Peach brmdir
prime i
Fran jrin 1i in iu Inl.lf'n I 'But dear fithcr what but little to say. Oar pucnts'are 1[tther' heart "to -.- --- ., ,
1In.1 death my possible objection t hope more so ,and it will make your s rejoice .t >,t....,
a Out. Tim i"Unk.d i .vr th deny ran VOlt have: to C'inrlton >[ontror,1. Us is not much opposed to our union that: I think it bestto ,1nothat he can contribute to your bnppint'sA.Thai S -What U"" -o'd" peach 1 brandy, sr. 1" ?' !l 1. '.
And drain ii tli Lord of Ti% ," P,- es sr.
.., to b'.vue for his father's U'i! ; d-.inI&.' part at the present, and during your absence: you may always be as happy as you have I.'Z. ". >! i ',
THE D 3APPaIYTED LOVBa. 'I li,,'.1 no personally ill-will towards: the yount!' I will use! my influence( with my father to bring been kind and affectionate is his heart-frit wish. 8uJTodid you drink it, :RT"? : ,f-a, 1"I
'Pf--\Vih! little! ..
a honey sir.? ;f' "
ra man,' !sad! the f father!. 'But: then his father and about an amicable: a-ljustmcnt of all differences. Go, now, to your chamber, aryl seek ref'1QYOII ('.- ,. ..
limit' I hf'l.d. p. "'W5 '* t.} '
I \i .1 I in* tiny .atKortor honey sir? ; : ,
.. have !been at enmity for a number of year*.- Whether we meet. again in 'his warld-or only in i have attended on ms during mr sickm-, t
1 pr-c..llhf') fairy; f rro. P-'Nice stir.'ncd( ': homy, sir.; .
from the Mist.AnJ It i is anoM g"'ile: an 1 nothing can oVitemte it. that far happier: one beyond tao skies, Anna with such unremitting care, that: I fear it will :i 1",.ct ... i '
T1 bir4" her S. "So
vn-vM : drunk!
I )you pot i>u ulti: p.I'l' brandy ,
from slit w>.rlti' coM storm ; So mike wp rotir mifid at once to marry Waters, IIizlcwoo-1 \\'ilt1"J'1 nona b'lt y'1U.. And now, Your health." tnt ni- e "htr.iincfl: hi<'nej', uii yo.iir1'! -

1Ca'ral**'slhrrinrliingeyes! I In ", ".e aT* forzct '(rtnt'hrFoet dear Charlton, farewell do,not despair, for all will "Do not fear for in-, father I never enjoywlbetter P._"Yes sr.; -

FilM with ,lrur- ..f eri'f and wiw-* him, I cati: never forget the noble' an-i yet he well" Without awaiting: his reply,, she' health in mr life than: I do now: ," renliid! S.fr.. Clerk fine that man on .(1ime. The I.

Wi h qoivrrinU )..*hildvcri"J ncco'n'lishel Montford. I entreat of you, my turned ana entered the house, and sought her Anna, smiling."I .
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.. 1 Court wotijtl l like a few of thnt H er.:
lef ...' .t I ar father, do not sacrifice: the happiness! of your i chamber, to out her full heart in prayer
'N& w,-dtrn f IN. m? f poor am truly glad J to hear yon !pay RO, mv child i This same Judge S-!>ad ,
.... .. }, chill, (o avcng(| a wrong, pr for the sake of to the Giver of all! Good, and to supplicate him I You had better go to your room however, and refresh I named) Hob, who was a ry'wiH son
UEEPTOTILER1GltT."Ite constantly en a !
spree ._
*f glittering cold.1'There rn-1 her lover, aaJ to
to Ruard protect return yourself with sleep! for I know )'1)1 nvedit.I .
iron being( brought once LcCorc'the Court &r
; up
'P 'o Ib,. rightr.a' the law tir""ll, is no'use! hj wasting; wirU: about it', him in safety: to his friends: and his, home.A will try to sleep also during: yonr :1h (':\cc.lIe ."- drunkenness, the Judge cried out- ;

i F ar rash i it the law of ihe ro a: 1t I t"p t- replied her father. I am determined that you few: days later, Anna learned} that Charles closed his eyes, and soon fell into a gentle! MIx that onr Cob :

o t"" right Wlo't'r! expel iskutelf ,shall, mrryVi'rra: It I have to hold yo*i. at the had embarked. for Havana, and then she felt, oh, slumber. When A"n=\'h.\l1 folded the coverlet Clerk.-'.'Yes sir."r'0-

iI\J I"curf lif'. Inad.a' "nt'':.' So saying, he left the apartment in a how lonely and sad. She soon roused herself! carefully around him, she tripped lightly from '
Igreat I v Judge.-"Fine the t?-1 rngral two dollars; and
pft 1'ion., I, from dcspon1en-y! and tried to appear cheerful her but not to t
his chamber .and sought own, costs. I'd make it ten dollars! if'didn't know it .
Bnry lIe Ilt\tell .': t It hall s| happened: I that the 'sun-ner before and happy though her heart was ready ; to sleep, as her father kindly suggested. Oh, no! would come out of own pocket"Population .

.. ..Dto..J.r.tter.?' Rant Mrs. Grv ": C'f' Year: ]!' i the coTimffticem mt of oir stonrni\ hi'l mgt 'break) all the while. She knew that a great her heart was too full of pleasant reflections, anti my.. .
{ hearted Rreetin and fe- with Clnrlton M'mtjfonl, at a f."hin"hlt"attr.. deal depended her assumsd! :: cheerfulness,
..--1ac w.thlU Warm upon dreams of hope and happiness to come, to admit of the Grave.
ttt'pther'n to .liS the crave for old &rrimOsi.1 ir.; place! where they noon! becoms acquainted if!'he1'ou1l1 bring about the desired+ reconciliation of slumber. So, sitting down by ker writing- Under tins'head tie )rcr hant's Ledger: has "
chain or rriend with each otler| : and before they were aware of between old Mr. Montford and her father.
the lover
tie*,'' poSsh bright desk, she commenced penning letter, to her some very curious and interesting calculations.It .
draw closer a hoot the heart the cnrK or love for t it were mutually in love. After the departure of young+ Montford for him that her father had given his consent estimates: the ave-aagti of births per second,

!' Men ana kin dre-l U is i very sad: to think of the ,, Chartol Montford wa the descendant of a Ilayana: Mr. Hulcwood; peremptorily formic} I to their union, and tl it all her troubles for the last eighteen: hundred and fifty.*hrl'e
6'a and your L..other.fFor.- wealthy and aristocratic family: who residnl 1 in a Anna to mention his name in his pre enee. Still at about
srnu'atinn{ between y would soon he at an end. Nothing was wantingnow years 815. This would make the whoh
r get ana fa ) yrc,' aid the street peacemaker! aslisrarm ncisihborin; ;: city Being gay ail handsome, i Ann was not discouraged. She was! determined but his; return and her fathers recovery, to number of human beings who have lived' :since

'1e pu"ed caressingly about. her bus young M-mtf:)rd was sought alter by.miny: of the to watch and wait for a fitting opportunity, and complete their happiness.Anna the birth of Christ about thirty-two thousand .

I& noel.' Apposite sex, bit all their.arts proved unavailing. in the raantrae: : to try by gentleness! and .affection miUions.
: "'PW\1" +; Emma: ," AlJ her husband "woman I. .\ the a.;eoftwenty-one-be I It left College, und to subdae! her filler's :anger, and thus win finished h r letter and dispatched a servant Deducting from this number the nine hundred j i" i'

I : ffi foundation uf any tiling:*you sougtli picas-ire! al the fasliionaV.o I : watering him over to their union. with it to the post office, and, then but not i :and sixty millions, the present population of' !the .... :

seem* fiforget the'cause of this! oKcni'ion ; you i places .His: heart wan (,'ceru the summer:: air; About three months after Charles r Montford till then did she lay *herself upon' her, couch to globe, and it leaves the number thirty-or e thousand -. ,

ewrVx the provocation received; you forget the 1 and it was not until he became acquainted: with I sailed! for .Havana.: : Mr. Hazlewood was taken t'cek.repose. ana forty millions that have gone >:to the "

bent&U he has never acknowledgv-l by one word Anna II.tr.cwood' : that: a change cano ')'er the 'Idcnly ill. His family' physician m was at once fsu It was a lovely morning in May! ns the sun grave.

.r gratitude, of which lie 11*. been the recip.entfor spirit; of his. 'itrcani Hi was raved by the called. who pronounced hs sickness mealy: as'ilt rose! in all his majestic splcn.lor I and cast! his Of this number the estimate is that nine thousand .

long years an 1 then this I Itsjt affront; I will, 'personal cliarnnan: I varied: acco.no, ishm:nLi of der.angemn: % nn 1 said that in a few dayshe rays refulgent: glory! o'er the city, that servants : millions have died by wars.'I'

get bar it;" said Mr. Grey, rtsmgand pacing 'the lovely pir!-:and crc. they parted: they exchanged would he well a-yiia. A week passed by and might have been seen hurrying to and fro in the I. Eight thousand millions by famine and' pesti

J' fee Soar I tnliis impatience, "no, not from my own the most! solemn vows of constancy and he was not bettor but rather grew worse. Anna splendid nansion of Mr. HazlewooJ: ; busily pre lence. ,

nafter' sen." truth. A correspondence ensued, and his. I last became a'armcd a these serious indications! and paring! for the nuptia's- of- their- young- mistress, Five hundred millfons by- martyrdom..
said Mrs. Grey miuuy, intended- visit to liira and She who, \va* to be married that evening. AtFix live hundred and millions
Vfo. I do not forget, letter gave information of his she watched over day night seemed eighty by i intoxicating
"I kao you are the injured party I know he the city. i like an angel hovering around his sick bed, o'clock the company: began to assemble.(: Carriage; drink.,I'. 4>

has abased; your generous kindness; so much the It was at the close of the intcf'icv1"itb' her ministering to his. every want, and as she watched after carriage drove up the avenue and then rolled Thirteen thousand millions naturally'or other

s a ware ratgnanimous: in you to fo 'Sve.! If there father,.just described, that Anna: was seen to his pallid cheeks, and listened to his moans of away, to make roo-n for crow.led: fresh arrivals.with The wise.By '

reman:In him a spark of the nobleness you posyseen promenade the piazza of her fathers mansion: pain, her heart was wrung with agony' that her front. pLrloTere soon guests this estimate, it will be seen that'wa* and

it will be fanned Into a flame by your gen- After taking two or three turns! up and down, father might never recover. It was dreadful to i and all was gayety and ?tadaess.! AU' (front parlors strong: drink) have sent one. third of human race
I crowded with ;anlt all was I '
eroIit", Remember, you were rocked in the she seated herself'upon a.rustic bench, and thus think that he might die with malice and hatred were soon guest to a prtmature: grare.. "

came cradle, nursed at the same breast, lulled to soliloquized : 'Oh what. bird and cruellot ranklin in his heart Oh, if he would only for gayety and gladness. All that mind- co-ild conceive \1 t ..
infcat who have'been raised in the lap of how or taste suggest was there to rend -rthe occasion "Sir," paid a litt'e blustering roan to his relTg-;
leepby the same nuraery song, repeated your [is mine. I, give and forget, thought Aona, happy: I o'\ted'in i
grayer at the same knee. Any one can reflect luxury: an.i; whom slightest wish has ever ben w > >ldbeIlowcanhehope! to dio forgfcn in another attractive. Unseen music b'ritrhtcr' the i Ji2'ous! opponent, "I sav, sir'to, what. Stet dq you

so injury, dear Walter it were Christ-like gratified; an! no-v s-iltjected( to trial. My father, world, when he'is so unrelenting in this? Nit long air, while the'evening zephyr' seemed :. think I belo g?" .
*" and kind to me to with the odor of sti et-smiling float t'rs. S-i-ld.n- "V*el! I don't know replied the othc. -
to 'turn the other check. who was always so loving., after, while Anna was sitting by her fathers bedside exactly. #
'l'tu1111ed the eyes of the loving husband ; think that he should, wish me t 4 link my fate reading the Bible, anl ever anJ an>.( casting ly the folding dears: were tVa-vri pn: ast .e ; "but to I judge from your make, size and app -

treating his lips i to her forehead, he murmured, with that of a man whom I can never 'loverAlas a mournful glance at her father, who lay upon bridegroom and bride eneN.lt.: : their train of nrance, I should say you belonged to a class

"yen are an angel, Mary-Ushallbe as you say." Uic'spring" timo of my life ,:is too early his sick couch with half-closed eyes, aPParently attendants. The bride was embodied iu a dress csllcd: tlie in, tt. :. <.* /*
.. Trite if I would of simple white: a wreath of pearls encircled hc r i > ..
and in tears. ;
shrouded in sorrow in a fitful alum er, he slowly enclosed his iA
Oar roost lrep' l learned men in America and I rairbrow. By her s< b stool he to whom .5 she 1'lIri'11:7 robber who was seized for stealing! i

'; are Printers. hut Cf\; far,+,n my this dwr:a.rCur Charlton: des'tinvj w>uUslaily lie, WO1t.l re- eyes, and. looking She arose around c and the bending room, whispered over him, I wa< about p'.cilpe her yo. -m.-* hoar''s !h,'v aT cjiojw -.I I .-n-.;{fin fhc shop oft tt T.rTmi.ct. by ofttv1:,"to of ex-:;
i her "
.a. .. > Ieasome, nam: ? I-.n Licisj'f cxrUimt-dj th 1:henever, east '+
n a to reach the take' to ,l!un.-"rr. an 1itSar:1 .l}tnttts'stp l'rutectioD. .i-kttli.i t n1.,wToic< ;;howhe w-.i: ; 3tlter:: m; I" : !m all his, many: :, J prpe. A.capiiis&ngrnile : : d --, :
a. i sa/s that tw cjuickest way, t his and seemed beam I of that law which forbade a man lortalt IAvliU:
lips joy
;!a hornets nest ,But a0. I cannot consent Lf-' 1iUC'14. stn. dear child, but oh 11 never: thought myself! so ,! played upon -' -, < r'. c'
Ml 'lr, Is to sit down oa a I J .. !P -,.... "'!; .. I

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I I'. "a-' .-, ;- ',.''(From the SouiKcra.Cuttirator.] .. from baring, by the:time;this read is built I gHIf ?ABAlfDONEI> AT SEA. come qualified fbrthos high and t i'

? : f, : ''Tb"sontb.- and in'operation,'connectedj our city by'the", 'intimate CAPT. SMED, of the schooner Cicero, which ar- sitions, which are within the ftIda 'JfJf

: f 11; of the ties pf business relations:and ramifications I rived here in five days from Baltimore, states seek them by ot ,,
t friends our cause throughout t proper mean and b .
of Florida and them i in thesteadycarecrqf a ribt Itft.
i i Herald/ boldin;'.States we appeal. 'The Agricul f with the people this communication given with them that when off Cape Look Out.he spoke and boarded of ,laudable ambition It fc not ,
j t bourne which :, of the Planting States" has for >'i by steamers the best pledge of our interest in Ship ffarlaway, from Chinchilla Islands for they should be subjected. to the in cJ
t the diffusion of knowledge as it comTeait
t; '' of e apper- and sympathy for their advancement and pros New York which had been found abandoned by t the ", > .
I 25th | to all branches of Agriculture and of our i poor "lamp post ltuden ',,its
i r Table & J institutions. We desire a close bond of 1 j perity.-iV. 0. Picayune. her former crew at sea, with seven feet'water in not one, in a thousand,%bo .

fs s the, that we may develope our resources 'I her hold. She was at the time of his boarding ple-'light and a comfortable .abeltq may not esj 7se. ,' er CIi
jail in I united as one man: in our interests. THE ANCIENT I CITY.fcQL'AUTV the I'
Before SPEED
htr making for Charleston. Capt. to his studies
let thorn .,
several pursue ,- }
been said tha 'the world is against u*. tbeD
writ was ; the world we know, i i.s
n med glory in our position. Let us bs truo to : reduced by the constant working i of'the pumps evil communications, that corrupt ." :j qdCt\
1 tered as and all will be well. I wreckers who had taken of ltd -c hellJDOI'
1s by the possession and morals too-and strive fUr the ofaS*
bills of
s discharge of our duty, as 'Executive
\ i desired io of the Association, we have fixed the her. She was laden with. Guano. thy name, among the great and pi or the 1aM ;', t suppiriZT

t chipped at ; the next meeting of the Association to be W-IT WOULD be well for the Democratic partyto Prasriv n KNOWLEDGE DDEIL DI_'' !, '
designated :: the first d.*> of December next, at -We saw a small boy, a newihoy he W
I\I captain I S. C., which will be during the first keep an eye upon the political whirlpool, and course, at midnight t.reading a rusty IxW-: wes
demand. I 'of the session of the Legislature of the dislocations, and indications of, the Whig leaders. foot and by the light ofa lampW fa ) and

1 und From every slave-holding State,:gentle n" n- They seem quite busy just now. It U under street. That we thought was pnro en con1
; I Capt distinction have been applied to by us, to Or FEDERAL BlfiOTS AND DETERMINED made their Who knows but the boy will be StJtFt
stood that they have regular nominations '
; The P addresses or essays before the Associa \ ty. twenty-five forty years hence na 4
j 'if"'Proc n ; r the various subjects of interest connect in this County, and will run an entire Whig was intent He neither saw nor heard. dire

I t 1\- subjected it. .* State ticket, as well. as for county officers. It book was&scinatins. .Jlis led was \a." tart

!I. enee and the Southern press we also appear, and) we : appears that the more pertinacious repudiate the The place was good for seeing a1 tthon ", hit:
I { the bi every newspaperwill not only publish .w, Snlurday September 24th, 153. somewhat exposed. On the corner slier, .t 18m
small number that the
encouraged by
d l'" i' action of but will give,their ablest efforts to. opinion r.o I dry troop of lads not cared for or the St J did
We time and again, in their editorial col "*' Agent for Ihc Anricnt-Cit y. Whig party is disbanded,-disotved. The more. I dren Aid Society, lay curled up one graHaI .JDd

i a I Gazette, Messrs. BISBEK A CANOVA,' Jacksonville. liberal Whigs openly\\declare, without hesitation r waiting for the morning sheets; and tiv ail

tons earnestly I desire'that all,who feel the im I '&$Jons BEARD Tallahassee. that the only hopes of success for their. friends, 1 were very comfortable in their way. 'rk:1 ant
Mr. ; ( of the work before us, and desire to ad. .. ) !fo scenes were two pictures.%. F. ;. "" 1rhsic
much as anJ firmly establish this Association, will B..T, Born, Esq. Pilatka. is repudiate all the distinctive Whig principlesof --m--- ws:

a their names and initiation fee which FgT*,TIle above named. 'gentlemen are.authorTsc3rio the past To not only ignore protection as a I aT As TUB Whigs hereabout, haTe ._

: Jl d;.!)to'DrrN. B. Cloud, Secretary,. receipt for US party measure, or i issue, but to take ground decjdetljy somewhat industrious, in circulating .
F .e, O.. Alabama The funds thus : y
: against i it ,.To treat issues obsolete k
-* ff11**a"1 1* -** past as in in ,
Bdttb Jk>M Alt : originating a Whig-papery .
tNthe. utcat'{ ( 'r3fT a1LPeraoi1S.reSiding'hero, owai.4. ideaV hart Pacific .'
a o > .. rjil tr rr- -- ,..,T "--"- J i T W!,grxtuitous'd'strzt crty subject to r''tho payment" of State, and County To gin and souffor the of the appointment of a negro, as the: the
;,m book of pamphlet form. rail read, to head ell and out' hcrrod any Democrats the "Long Shoal Light Boatw We r J&Itr>
taxes in the i
Orange County for 1833, areheriib copy
.1 diem GfioT 11. GLIXHR, Gas > year on this question. An amHtfau, and liberal .
ithor President. } notified that the undcrgigncd, has a list their information, the following article from the ,r
one among them remarks, that as to the old
I B.: Cloud. Ala., Secretar Y.' of!!the amounts due as well as a power to receive, Savannah: Genrginn. We hope those who hatt -I.i
A 'ftirt' Co ndl.-K.: A. Holt Aln.; Dr. C. and j receipt for the same .. "issues between the Whigs and Democrats, I deemed it a partisan duty to av something fm -, faeer

has been I r. Ala.; B. S. Bihb, Ala.; O. II. Youn, .. 'R B. CAXOt. \,.\. "know well that so far as Florida is concerned, fill against., the administration i will bold up,wfc ,

felicitous the j* ;, Walker Anderson, Fla.; A. O. Sumner, S. Aunstine,10th Sept "they are too dead to,bo resuscitated into renewed, that the truth lipnn the subject i* bet re t'tew
: M. Chambers, Ga. -
,- I In&1 -- -- -- "vitality by the most expert fixers about- The disrat with which the people' have
following mcry, Ala., August, 18:3. 'rotTOR Ancient Oity-Please publish tho : *
:- '' -. O'I following: notice. "and hereafter you will find me cheerfully and !l this and other gross attempts t to imnosc Bpoad*. pr

".\ ,! ;,I A Strange Ucincdy. "cordially! co-operating with those who stand up I public, should! be a warning, to those 1r bq r- an

our itcd : Paris corn>ondcnt of the )tity Regln- DE JIOCRATIC' TIYG. "faithfully and manfully to the principles i of President I sue such a reckless course of .letnd t\n ,'

/ gate : Philadelphia tells som-j of the strangest A MEETIXO PIEUCK'S: inaugural..* Hereafter I .
I of the
most Democratic Party of St care game of making false knees, and creams mic
of i i. that which
I doings strange city, we
day : \ (. He has very extensive means of Johns County is requested to be held on Saturday "not whether a man calls himself! a "*ling or Dean.t ado about nothin, i is pretty well ijndemtoal iy .JolP'

; stood information, or a very extensive im evening 24th inst!at the "Magnolia Retreat," t "ocrat, I shall recognize no political affilation the people. AH opposition to the admyimtration, a at

lady -wa know not yet which. The follow- at 71 o'clock, for the purpose of nominating can- i "with those who cannot stand these tests.i ."- founded upon anything else thvEfweu dcftMtiV 1'1

't and sufferer p&, singular will be seen fact,, deserving is stated as of a fact attention: has dates for County officers to be supported at tho i Notwithstanding this which is the opinion of. principle, honestly laid down will sooner or'la4 .- .ttal a:

life reported to the Medical Academy of coming, Election., I many in the State, the more stubborn Whigs ter fail. alof

It is : ; i and many Af the faculty were engaged in Jy order of the Dem. Ft. Committee. have no hesitation in declaring, and eagerly .,pinning Retraction of a CohlD 1. 'S

1 J for the : I I whir \ ay result in discoveries of JOHN M. FONTANE, Seery. their faith, upon the lint hopes of receiving Some time since a Whijt psper in North Carolina J. Ka KK

I the car. value of the human family, St. Augustine, Sept. 19th 1853. recruits from the disaffected of the ,Democratic started absurd story that'a flren> or )

was pl.ra poor bird-fancier, living in one of the fau One remarks mulatto had been appointed br the adiwnitn- .t d
this and earning a modest income by raising EirW'E.are indebted to the politeness of CaptFREEHORX party. Whig confidently "that i tion keeper of the Long Shoal Light IVwt Tlia yt'
forgotten : fir the market, has n child of three of the the contentious and factious will retire from the 1 seized with the i
years steamer St, J* Awat Picolata : was upon :avidity bv 1Fhig paper i
fore trembled bad 1 hL'C' oM, nffljctcd since. its birth with a yesterday for the Savannah true of the 22J, and i ranks of the Democrats, and of course will he're. | Georgia an.1 oth r Southern States, and ml 1t
ft .. \ ( complaint.! Six months o the doc- i ceived by us. Another :ironically says, they j the subject of the bitterest animadversions, KtTi k .
happy: a the ftther that the child's lungs sevcra outer late papers, kindly forwarded by 1
were i in served the purposes of its fabrication, the
; 1
"will not be cross-examined
calamity,! I entirely destroyed, and that it'outd not JAMES Rtz. Esq. orcrstrictly as to in which it first appeared now retracts 6a t
: as if
\ lious common i i seeming to be perishing rapidly,' and TOE WearnEL-For a few.days ,past, the "retirement fro-n the Dcrmcralic party is enough, In spite of all the prudence and \tiot1..hicli I t

words ing each day more anti more fretful, the weather which had been unusually warm and oppressive "and refusing longer to co-operate with them, they can exercise, olitnra will swnetinr* In led .5 1

i r rIn.w placed its.cradle in the large room where has changed to the opposite extreme, "will be regarded l evidence into error. Such was our rase in regard to the 1
by us, as primafttcie
,, were kcpj thinking tnat the child might and appointment keeper of the. Long Shoal Lib t
woollen clothing and blankets at night are reform 4S 4e 4g 1
I mone cl, and forget its sufferings! somewhat, ur and credit will be given them as for Boat Instead ofa nvilatto having been anpoiat-

I'' an : \ noisy society of iU feathered companions. very _comfortable. Fresh breezes arc blowing'a "permanent conversion: to '' !; }.." It appears -I i ell, &s we are informed roost respectable caw

f c I of what' in fact seemed to take an interest. at from. the' North East '. .*. therefore, that the whole hope of the Whigs, thorjty was the cas.we learn from letter Crass
,t.Tho ; in watching the!birds, and after a few days, r 'r a friend in Hyde, an I fnnj other fricn Is in this
ng P! t ;: To the Chairman of the St. John* CmmtYtD-m. i to get up a division amt 1 excite anima city in "
"n notice that it would still for
: lie hours place who was in that county b..t1'et'k. that
.. M I Ily ocratic yieetmj called for Saturday the 24/7 in the'ranks of ,the Democratic If this i I .
entirely free from pain, a thing which party. U : Capt Robert R-allison has been appointed l ti the .
1 In 5i ]I IIt been known since iU birth. The doctor, instant. the only dependence. ofthe: Whigs in the convng : Long Shoal Boat; that Capt R.i is a very mI -

front of the of i still dropped in occasionally, soon remarked SIB,-PERMIT me, through you; to state to my election they might as well! hang: up their fiddle. t I pcctable citizen of Hyde one of the acting mij ;-

of \! change for the better in the young assembled Democratic fcllow-citizen's; the reason If they had the influence operate in this j t j intrateftcf the county, and that the afpoinbMst.Lc ,-
f one and continuing his visits more frequently way the best has U-en made In tha '
induced r
to allow be .Jh ,
me name to
lion, ; my. Democratic l sines caroilldhave <
the parents at the.end of six weeks, party long '
Q n _
t presented,as %'W1 didatoYur j hoof eZcSperif trt .totrjln fthousand .
taiirig he believed the lungs were' healing. :fragmcnU ItflfCrfpiSthe w '. >. :
Immem t rate, the child could now sit,up and play, at the,coming Election. It may be told in few extreme, for them to suppose that a personal 'b"..TOl"r- ..

Twine began to have and appetite. words and.( was simply this.. miMtinderetanding between twi Democrat Thin is another sample of W1lig"ttaek? tilt;.<
that ; or more r
i t in tho meantime) a strange malady had Up to the period, at which the announcement State on the "lf1'nt tration.V* srtin e9
t aged I'i the birds;; they no longer flew about I *, w.ini.l)weaken the devotion of the whole whether the Whig %which co jed hi'negro"
made it seemed I couM' leam papers :
nf was as far as to
; : but remained silent and drooping on ; party to principle, which they have had M nrich. ."tem'it, will paMlsh! this einvctioa.C 0
; perches, eating very little and gradually ,be conceded that there would !bo! ,no meeting: this Mtm"
zed si 1 lan e a share brinin: into .the as! on- /w. rry. ..
seated offone at a lira?. The owner seeing this fall ,for the se'cction! of candidate for Canntyor.ficcrsJ iOn Tliis
to the' | dent. The noils show whether or not, w care is ?filet what mht have hccn exncct,l
little suspecting the cause, had tha whole and that therefore, it w6nld bo left for *
; The idea Do-nocrats in North Cit> i'ii woilsl
thock; removed to a house of a frion.t,'also a bird- to be judged.by any such stan'lanl. Such
several those, who m'ght: desire office to put themselves have rccomm vded too appointment of a per+na
in the country\ where he thought the jtidgmen regarding us in alight. that is not
a t. Trho if air might revive them. They had not been forth as candidates-and this i did, under the ap", nor docs it often the true advo- of color to oflBjo, is pre -'!tcrou.q; and that Gin. t.t.S

award i hours in their new abode before supposition, before intimated ; which I am now cnfcs'of' overcome !PIEces could knowingly have male such asp int-
: the I better and in few : : the principles of the Democratic party.
began to get a days: they happy to find was a mistaken one. Under the mints, is wily' aSsurJ. The
\ were '\ resumed all their life and health. But, also, I We shall see. eq "C:4rte"
i shower : poor child' left in Paris becamo'visible worse. existing gratifying circumstances of,a return of .- .- .- orjansan welcome! t make a 4 m'lc vit oTt'ils

and p physician, whishing to try an experiment, the party to its long established wholesome usage HOW A STRIVING' MIND 3IAY '''k.anel.bul story.a* they -n Having; ri'-

1 within two bird, % a parrot and. a linnet, brought in relation to tho choice of candidates feel bound Acquire !{nowedc.# culated the slander, will they hive the magnnjlty

t'! here favorite ; I to the roo-n. In a week they were l both by principle, to withdraw from my position :as TOE article below, taken from the New York to circulate the correction! We shall s'Georg '.
i and Ixing opened, the doctor noticed all
one or Uim and leave the question.where it of ;an.
; Times of date
: and ir1q! of a rapid consumption. The fact was a recent presents a truly interesting .
;j apart ,-'lhf.''y reported ti several members of the right belongs with the people. Should they be and what would be to some of the lads of dour j i making the. 3arr Useful.

i i The f : faculty, and birds of ,every description pleased to award to, me their confidence, I shall community, if rightly apprech'ed improved Thare is an awful fluttering among navy .

rain sent to the child's room. Every one of them I be proud ofthe, honor-should, on the contrary, by them, a goal and provable 1c.'!- I is aWad that 't Presi ;
: to give its little mite to life to aid eptett'pr
seeming their choice fall on another, I shall cheerfully sub i all the t hips, or the
The described
him to suffering child to live.: The child is not yet scene brings forcibly i to our mind, plttn

guest' and he has been taken to the country! mit and hereby pledge myself to give my cordial the early history of some of those in our now better part, by of them,regular, int' active and stated and systematicservice mail

; : It'wi* the doctors are bnsy studying the phenome* support to the favored i individual, be he who he happy country, who by an industrious; employ of them making from the tea port to carriers 'the
only which chance. has thus brought before them. !? may, as well as to all the other nominees of the their tniteSt
whifh ment of pare time, under circumstances ; roost important ports Indies and

of of letter fro n Bruges, in ]Belgium, meetiu;. which if not identically f1milar"re yet not who-! South Amcrc and the YCfJtren Africa .
Very .obt. will
( respectfully, your servant, MY hae never
over unlike in the lineoCw
l of
under by the last steamer : 'JACOB MICKLER. ; acqusition knowledge, qualified done iL pleasure cruise once

opened. : Our mechanics have just rcccire.l an ac* themselves to figure with highest usefulness in awhile-pntin fixed communication 't.e

/ when 'of the high wages paid in New York to JUST A F W PEACHES., and honor, as Patriots and Statesmen. We need Norfolk and Liberia; and one of the best steamer

,, I ntcrR stonecutters, etc. It has caused a WHAT think you reader, of 'a peach orchard only instance, to sustain oui views the --and poor is the best-will start resmTariy from
; cases
Stood excitement here, "n'lt Ghjnt, }where liko. that described below?-a hundred acres in of the Controllerlw New Orleans, tonch Cub. Hayt Porto R
agony are hundreds of good workman, who can- ,I extent and containing one tltou and tree Lightning (as he has been and a port or two Qf ric and .
look earn over four\ German thalera! a }jv:ek! ; pru- called,) BRUAurx FRASKLW. the poor printer boy on to Sierra Lne. and .1 thee
had I a large portion do not get three thalcrs a I during, per year two bushels and one peck of and ROGER SHERMAN,the Connecticut shoemaker; return on the s to New Orieaas. If

other There will( soon be a great many hun :frujt# to the tree, or an aggregate of two thousand as of those, who in that strode, which freed us I President Pierce and Mr. Dobbin have the nerve

wildly .mechanics." JV. V ready. Mirror.1 to leave Belgium for two; hundred and fifty bushels ? It occurs to us, from foreign bondage and led to our present envied I, to carryout te ido I will l open new &l
that epoch advance. SU
From I if Mr.
DAVIS has (as wo. doubt not he has) i 01' fstion -
# 4. posit-on, as one of the foremost nations of Hew
beating ,
to Key West and Florida a good dairy ; we would like, in peach season, the Earth .
that -we might to be sure, speak of the .
< .( Trade* to-end a few days with him. Apples and milk, CoL Fremont took his from
; > ; selfeducated great men, of later days and tender i St.t xvith-hls depr 8&inst
',. \ ., So Pensacola Democrat informs us that the 'fi good but peachcitnd cream "don't mention ; exploring t
F .a. r. .,-; ''I{I' the name of a TRISTRAM Brands, the Rhode Island his bajr agti,
', entered into for putting Another I it! -I shall faint But to be serious-if the Bide necessary in.t"
death. on the mail steamship line between New I c t cr.\pea.cbes\ cooper boy; who after the daily toils of theIMp mentx, ., he had some sixty riding !and packsaddles
growign be made
h I' can so profitable in to be used The
no and Key West via Florida ports have were over; used (by a light from the shavings on his-journey. I p"J
Ohio, what is to prevent their being Hem states that eight flveof
cultivated persona,
i reins completed by the purchase in Boston of the produced by his labor wr
i! I ly Eastern State, a vessel of some 800 I| with advantage in Florida We havq ate as fine ,) spend young men of St Louis and three f of Cot.
j fruit of this here his evenings (not in street parading.or In dram Fremont whiff came from the
the fi> I burthen. She will run in connection with grown as we ever tasted o E &
covery j, J*". L. Day and will be under the command : and know no reason why the business of raising shops-card playings) but in a close study, of instructive him as fello*-voyagers. On reaching Wep
is i t \V. II. Talbot Her service ( and fee will increase his company to
er, com : it for market abroad should improving books-not so, the,
not succeed and
addition of Delaware He win obtain
dured. early in the fall, and no doubt we shall youth of the
body have tri-tnonthly communication with Key. hope such of our citizens, as have favorable loca- present progrettlte" age-nothing mules for his party, and provide a general
\ I by tho ', the Eastern State running from here to i cations, may be induced to make the experimentsee "Sigh School, or an Academy, (where outfit at .anzas and Westport They wilt venture

a Marks and the Day thence to the Key; ; the'account of Mr. DAVIS' orchard: they may Idle their time, squander their parents upon the plains as soon as their preparations

pore. look upon this enterprise as. of :much im A GHAND PEACH OacnARD. fr. Batehamof money-play the cockney loafer and come away are completed,' taking the old travelled t

\ _her ( to tho commerce of our city and as de I the Ohio cultivator, has recently had an not improved, if not greater dullards than which win b Kept, until they arrive at th
\ they of the first mountains themselves
of the of patronage from from range giving
every enterprise I of examining a peach orchard set out six wer,) will answer their
purpose-the idea two months
of to this They
The { capital. As opening up fully a very large ampt."b dist
Mr. Davis of Milford
I years ago by a Clermont
a while a profitable trade between this city and the county, Ohio. Mr. Batebam says it is the finest study, in the library at home, is so wholly wfr e will then begin a t.t the

and $ Florida ports, it primarily demands fruit he.ever, saw., One hundred acres of ground and vtfuMonabk, as not to be at all, admissiblewith discovery ofa nnr route, which
tally attention of business trade of the Fremont designs to starton
our men. This
covered with
are thousand j juvenile C
peach trees. In exquisites
I ,- have
don : hitherto been left to sra ill l coasting vessels. 1830 they basket they i bis return t the in tho month of Feb
averaged one or threequartersof stronggrcarioasness of
cult it introduction of facilities into it propensity which makes
steamship a bushel tree which rr.NI
per brought him ten them
I Jog and not injure these vessels, for it will develop thoutami do Gar,. This paid, for his land and abominate solitude and meditation and In 4. "
I event resources, clear the channel for the old, and trees and something to Last there. cline them,,like some.other animals of a'1 A YO UD AS Hoxssr Boy.-Nathan 0.
>i, the trade by it and spare. year qwe Ely, of York city has contributed $10.towards
I are giving regularity was no fruit This year they will agcrage three order, in the scale of nature to {idle their ,
., of communication. away I the erection of a monument to the jittia,
;I baskets to a tree. They readily sell I for from limo in herds ,or flocks at amidj '
for another motive do we desire to see $1,2.j to |,50 basket The this"' j places and Norwegain buy, named Ivtrson, who was pitched
-\ ar- enterprise encouraged and strengthened. will bring him per 110QOO.yitb..a Det'profitor2 crop season scenes where no possible good is to be acquired! into the lake and drowned by two of his associates

coma project of a railroad across Florida shorten. 000. '- but much poison to the mind, must almost iner-l ;at Chicago because he would not go
the travel from the North into a garden and steal fruit them.-A Chicago
immensely the -. .>. 0 itably be i imbibed-would that It otherwise lor
J ttU of mails freight & a I g a scheme of,settled policy-and wo feel murder some tima since, was arrested in Florida who are endowed with abundant Press appeals to the Sunday School to take

cf the '[ that not many years will elapso ere such by Mr. Sheriff Locke, of this count Dr. Miller natural, gift, to render them, ,not merely ,useful,, op contributions for this purpose. Account of
DO d will be jn process'of construction. In it. took lodgings in our Jail on, Wednesday night but distinguished members. of society would tho cause of the little fellow's death were circulated

Ing", t Orleans Ill bags a deep i iterest, and every last, where he will remun perfectly" secure. for estimate their trueTalue: and ; among the'Sunday School classes' in Cbictgo
u.a !? \ : .. appreciate, .. the signal, aivintages ire shall I tho pmml--D1rZ. lI P14 : so apply th YeStotheatqt1tqt that they might learn of one who had so beacti- Ian

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AB I'EaI "J" 1" From the N. O. Crescent of tf>e'J3ih.:" iuAr, r; nsctti. uu is. ..'>r r... .'w, :: -J-fl; NOTICE. r"i :imnieinoral T ha* .* held mm- ii** place m i among th.*Hmedial I ii M 1. i

.ltI.. Fartbcr from Mexico. From Pico 1st a IS miles distance to dt.' upil ae WEEKS from this date I shall apply'to agencies cube Catena Medica.if it be found worthy !

$v7 oftfae sis, ft*they lira existed Our Minister, Mr. Gadsen, presented his credentials AitiVKs.-Moadays and Thursdays 111. A. >l. SIX Hon G. Humphreys Judge of Probatefor ofconfidence by continued, u rjpae.. /.

hows that the great popular to Gen. Santa Anna on the 19th alt, and ltr&&t1.-tundsyaanJ Wednesday M. the County of St. Johns for letters'of Administration At, all events, those who persist in the rmp'oymrnt 0 t
to tad appreciates right eooductiftfvftjt high compliments, were exchanged CLOSES.?qiidavs and Wednesdays 11 A. M on the Estate of Alexander Solano late and'toleration of other alcoholic medicines, ai tincture

I. *, and that a bard straighteofaiiteiitljr I Mr. Gadsen said i of said County deceased. bitter,&e., and especially (hose who prescribeGin

**, persevered in, nev- Wth! much satisfaction I present my credcntaHsas ADVhHTISlS.UEN JAMES B. PONCE. under any cjicumsiances.rmm; ail unite ia giv-

;::0.end the respect and support of messenger and Minister of the United NEW IV St. Augustine, August 4, 18 3. 6ws. in?the preference to a pure article over the Wolfe nraoiloida.iuli'raiii.nssorilein -
etheeoe. State of North thematket. Mr.
11 America near the Mexican Republic. ,-
I scries of conflicts which took place Familiar in your excellency with the history S.tVANNAU AND FLOUIDA.' TAXOTICK.. liberally supplies physicians wih sample! bottle for .
II. jnalyM.: and trial, a* wt forth labia circular! and
,Jif General Jackxon, and icuW- and structure of the Gotermnent I have the 4. .
-. AM receiving i the State and County taxes for stake the reputation of the remedy upon the Innp-
1 "* trI policy wan 5tnblilie! honor to represent-federal i in Uie:relation of the For Palatka, E.F., I the year 18.13. The first day of October cncr.af)and efficiency of(usllollan I Gin.when i

of the party and the neighboring States which constitute it, and popu- Touching at Darien Bl'w'/Ick St. J/ar/ next is the last day for keeping the 'Assessment used under medical advice, and pledge his own. \ ;

newspaper*fell away from the : br in Ute principles that transmit the official au- Jaciiqfitille. Jftddlebury., (Black. Book' open, and will after that day proceed to character bUlinttSlhu: the article wilIest disappoint !

_II the tdsu'nJ&tration, followed hy large ;. Uiority to declare the popular will-this is an .. -Creek) .and Pieolat .. levy and advertise for non payment of taxes.R. any who use it, .

iet tithe democratic army. 1 I opportune occasion io place before your Excel ,, : new -and' anprrior steam B. CANOFA, iff and exoffi [From the New York Rrpre, October 26 1652.] .
i It.!If'ttr when the New York ("nnr lene-r thc inaugural &address of our,recently elect. 1.- ST. .JOHNS. Cnpt. James i Tax Assessor and Collector. .

* ..cIt. 1e.'g democratic paper in the State ,ed President, ,who br a I unanimity jcontcmpoI andV.l.. O\TO-i. !t. Augustine, July 30th.PICOLAT.l MEDICAL LIQUORS.
.. ,...KM* *** most powrrful ; hut In Uie I I raneousty with that which! called your Excellency Capt. Thomas Shaw, will leave Savannah fur the I In common, I presumewith ipsny others of the -';
__ v of General Jackson with the United U preside over the Mexican nation, has been above place as follows: The St. John, on FERRY. piofes i'>n. I received some few months >IDCf'." -

.. the Courier and ItA merchant ctw- burdened with the high responsibility of ruler of, Thursday morning ISm hut ,1& 10 o'clock, eat J. DURREN'CE the proprietor of this n circular addressed" 'To Physcians throughout'r
that their I sister Vm. Gulun on Tuesday morning. 20tli inst, al 'D Uuifed .iiaies; by Mr. Udolpho Wolfe, the lmporier.2 -
I .I posing interest* lay in a a Republic. This address as well as the ferry, has procured an entire new set of
Beaver medical and chemi-
ppoafa to that af the credentials that I affirm in lOo'Ctock.aad will continue to leave at the Fame Boats and street inviting a
government I present a language constantly keeps a sufficient number of 1 .
enl examination ol new article of Holland Gin.maa-
.'eI'1ro1D it n4. took up their txMitinn that nUc Wyond equivocation or doubt the hour every Thrsd.iy an I Tuesday thereafter handitoptas travellers of descriptionaerosi a ,
very ufaciupd himself*.
the U. S. M-iil. Fur ny Scljitdjm.io Holland.by
J JJ II.. el the We remember the | most friendly relab'ons that:President Pierre desires the Uter boat carrying the St Solma River without delay peculiar and for medical ve.undir ., r
handsome put
state procrs up j
1hm that this defection produced and the to promote with the nations of the earth. freight or pasag baviug; ruom The road from it. '\llglul ne to Newnansville is somewhat Dutch 11"f "Schiedam AromatwSchunpps :

,J .4. srtsaHs which were predicted; were- i In mutual respect to the nationality of each; in accommodation, apply on board or to .j well repaired and by t'te attention of Mess',. Norteti 'The circular claims for thia article an em*

( kLtwe W/IiJI' she hearf wajcew which the whi s the Just observance of the spirit and.lett r ofconTcntipns J. H GU'l Y. A-nt in ;aviannenpI4BLI parkman and others, it will be constantly, kept in inently superior degree of purity aroma flavo!antI -

.jt. At defeat of 4he Old General 1. thus de- and treaties; irj the reciprocity of commercial : & IANUV.u Jack.onvill" good.repair. mt"tlicinl1t'ffic3c", and ofiersnior-ovei, a gratuitous
I I tatto moneyed winj; of his army and fredotn and progress, and in the fraternal 07 The St. Johns will go to St. Augmtioc Pt' ons travelling between Tnlhhawee and Si. supply of it to any physician who may feel disposed 'I'

;, eftrteaph m tthe' k, when It alliances that are invariably followed by a corresponding 'every 4th jlrip. commencing (leaving riavannnh) Jacksonville.ugustini by Palaika.pissing through will Picolata Instead! or to test thete claima in I cirtiiPc and professional \'
on the Sdiji' ini>t. **pt 17 or save more (ban thirty
I _reed thlllie was elected by a strong enlightenment the Government of ; miles and find a much better (Road.Th'rearo manner. I II
4 I svceptag majority than before. ;, the United States recognizes the most secure I stdesflre Beio familiar with three facia. relatioKto the /; '
now hiildings
t* S ....t-er when Dr. SIcXcvin of Jfetrt < guarantee of harmony at home and of peace AimluUtrator.'s Sale. 1 :. ferry or"*h-.permanent JlC. oU1lqoda"cU'nIt.\'I'Jlt oo pth,.;,,.,.. uce Holland Jn'ii a medicine,ttsav!y ifirst',that -
powerful leader oto.sr for. \ abroad. Maintaining these nerittments-of good vidjie or ai) order:issued oa jhe 13th Sept.* '-', cJj"J" UnIUticr w" r re.1tiubso1eiI7 y.ts\\t .
I beir erntnr, their Idol, anti j wiU'and neighborhood, Itw of particular interest BY bf-llpn/liad, Humjihreysj JoJg>,:.f :". J t' t,1.' ,'S"'".' ..$0';.'. : t1..1...".". ; ..'... :.r''. erxchangT ',; aoyStber,reroetlv kaowoU':U.r S .,'' :l '
reill&" an'maa complaints,both ( .adron1c| '
of At. Johns, Con n't V will veil with lCa
Piobnte ,
1 from the to within y
rapport General republics thfe limita of North America ** : '
r 0 "4 secondly that amid the multitude of ill miH'of'ld..t '
jaM* after the removal ofdenositcs in 183: *. 1 I whose very neighborhood! mav be the cause ouqterte.o the"Highest bidder Oil Monday tbit"I7tl Patent Dedlc.hle.k ter a ted liquors with which this country abounds! 'a '
of October 1853 in front of the Court
t&a4awho5earmr oIlriilhrnM'Would J stimulating irregularitiM'on{he frontier threat day \ EXIOAN MUSTANG LINIMENT celebra
i in the nft.. between Ihe pure Holland Gin is scarcely be obtained at any
tbs ., and how he found himself atmniltdielp ; eninjj an interruption to (he friendly relations of Hoti*e, city Augntine. If JL ted for diseases of the Horse.McMums priceand thirdlylhat radicaUmpuriliesofa f
hours of 10 unit 3 of that day a, house and I Jot
i to that period no entnmsKtie rentibjt i both powers that all causo; of dissatisfaction situ; ted on SI Francis street-lot is :about 75 feet Elixir of Opium. inferior nf spurious gin consist, first, of 'the hydrtted

.__,. led an army of more willing follow- should be guarded againft in f Ifuul l I.)' 300 feet, deep-. The house i is a stone Davis Pain-Killer vegetable, oxide Aiiiyl a poi. ,nous oil. more commonly .
We remember the coura a the whfcftttok I Whatever may be thjs bigi! destines of these : ouejandonenu I a half story hig'Mnd hounded on the Circulars with the above can be had: known ai Potato spirit Fousel 1 oil, or Amilic Alcohol -

1&,Im %otonou defection the denunciations two ulster commonwealths M abundantly endowed I Norh| by said street", on ihe rfouilt by lot of R. C. I. Brandreth'ii Pills, Mollats Pills, ;and wcondly, of the heavier of the two essential
J' f.their pre*'c on General Jorknon. with all the e1t'mentAat are adapted to hurrh. on the Caul by lot of Jos. Manuey and Strong's Pill, Janes Medicines, oils\ of Junior, instead of the !lighter-which impurities -

v.4 101". the merchants the artificial I state nf national independence, the prosperity on the Wftll; by lot of the estate of Geronimo AI.va..l. !. Fahnestock Vermifuge, Poinsvtts Loxccust, sunlly result from the mercenary system of

ale .. GIb! the UnV*,and the triumphI I of the !Individuals and the national greatness,animated d. 'd., said house and lot belong 10 the estate Fitch's Medicine, Ayers Cherry Pectoral, an excessive destination of the materials employed-
of the democrat* at the polls.oerwhen by the effectual bonds of brotherly ncijrhborhocKjl tof Eta- bt'lh Olarke1,,. dec'd. Sold to settle Town nd'M Sarsapharilla Sands do. I resolve to accept of M r.Udolpho Wolre'.chllltDit.and .

I Win. C. Rivers the late I !. there is no sagacity that can presumeto the liabilities ol saidstate. Cod Liver Oil, Gelatine, Liquorice, ,' pull is "Schiedam' Aromatic Schnapps'to the I
tifri' id sis And induced do this
'test was
iative at the French limit their R. B. C \SOV.-\. AduilmVrator. .Gum Arabic &c. ; anally to
(\ court was the : prosperity, nor any. :obstacles that nding the proprietor's long standing and
W.'nrtintaand the farnrite nf the dcnvxraticr can impede them. rep $11. 5wksProclanuUiou Julv\.2. B. E. CARR. reputed InolwhhsI pectabiliiy as an importer beciuse the purity -

htb.wt tftro\2<>o'it Uie United Slates: when he The united States of North .America by means Lime -- &r. \ ot ginabove that of.every other spirituous 4iqnor ,
I KatkaaWP. Talma V. of tins State l both of iU accredited representative, avails itself of the for Election.. employed in medical practice, isoflhei nioct i iIyitnl
p Senate undertook I the Mexico PttODATE OFFICE ST. Jon Cormv $03 blU'1 eh i11l ill.hn".23 do stone do,non
en 40% to stand out present opportunity to greet Republic of 5 consequence to the community inatmocn: as it
'**fe t the ffinefal policr of Mr. Van Daren, 1 in a pit or friendship, i Justice, and of September 1853. ipboir-is.75' Po--traniie Stone.III40 'NiiN. (Lilt i subject to two distinct caaes of pernicious. {imparity I
Tar, Piich Rosin O..kn1n. .l1hi;, Lead Paints
1.. %4 esne Aey were not econdcd by the rank : peace. 1 AX ELECTION is hereby appointed to be held,' Oil Brushes, Slicet Lead, >tin, Bar Iron.< namely ; the inferior oil of Juniper .s well. I

J E .fit of their part, potUensclres at the head I'' Reply of Jtlt Exctllcney UitlfretuIentoftKeRc' at the several Election Precincts in St.,Johns1' B. E CARR. the Fanwl oil 1 ..lound moreover tbe"Ar mll c I. "

fa furiifti called the coiwirvative. and, with; the .1 pnMlc County ; on Monday the third day of October August 6th.Rhtckhlr. Selimpps" strongly recomenderby a physician and \
Wf of the whig carried the State elections i receive with satisfaction the. letter of his EXT nest;:for the following State and other officers. u'riirrof lessiurluence' than Dr. D. M (Reese, of j

*p IIW nrfmrf I the adroistration, and supposed that they I ctllcncr the President of the United States of to wit:-A Chi Justice and two'Associate Jus Vanish, &c.-'I 1111011'hoc the New York Medicnl Gazette, and bv many of'the I.

MamtMaicd( the democratic party and the In. I Ameiira, In which you are accredited as his Envoy _tices, of the Supreme Court-A J dc and Solic \: .hlle Varnish, Harness Vpr4niTh. must eminent members of the! profession who I

fcBFtrfeet trcasnrr atthe fame blow. i Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary.I ,itor, for the Eastern Circuit-A Judge of Probate Rubber blacking, FisU Oil, Nenta fool Oil al had no reason suppose had obtained any olhtraha'n
evUence lnla !
1* ; Where are Mr. Talmad c and }(r. Hires now! i see in this a proof of the desires that animatehis -..Clerk of the Circuit Court-A Sheriff retail. B.; E.. C \I:r.. nml vIne eniiuracl( 1 threfore .fs"Ivod pliarmaceutical to inlorm medical purity

4.4 ft Tfeet' both feR int't the ranks of the whtjrt, and Excellency to'cultivate the good understanding :Four County Commissioner :Surveyor and the Lan:sd wi."Siardi lWi.f.>i inon at I 111-& f--r in- "tlk.- of the public at Urje.of \
the indeppn give
.4inM thrir ncreral Stlc ant nn. which they ant K<) Katfefactory to this Government Nor can 'persons]below designated are appointed Inspect briutifilivnry| i npp"'DrnncR.. t'. 1!A R R.B i. vor.iMeor tiherwi to the character of the article, i
old the democracy, is the la. of the land : I fall to be equally satisfied with the address of 1 I,ors, of gaidttlcction i : '. and titint"reM of its proprietor.

*ceaccl in by all parties, aM advocated the errait chieftain that now directs the destines !I For St.I Augustine Precinct'-To LOPEZ titter Ham, &C.-Choice lot per S.rnrur Those results areas follows: Searching first for

MMft warraly Hr those who were then it* bit. nf a friendly Republic and with that which your Jons DICK, and ANDREAS PAPV,-Election at the. |. !3. 1. CA.:. hit'Cti' .Juniper by: distillation, I ubtarned an oil. !" .
tereat fs es. Mr. Rives, instead of'bclnt! Prcsl- Excellency has presented to me, when in such Court House. fioiu two quarts cf the liqmd, whose specific frnvity j I IY1I..EU:2.alul :

dent of He United S'atex a< was then liw pros- i grave and solemn ducument wo nee axprcsocd TO IHE Pi YSIGI S.OF: THE whoseboinng point was313 d>*ereri>. I
Ihnfit pet, has wrung a few rclnctant honor from sentiments of such sincere friendship! of a'policy': For Pjcolata, Precinct:- -IAMES Rtz Joni Lra nor did successive rediftillaiiuii yield any oil of greater : -.
fctenew fKnuht but has remained mo'ttlyinob. judicious, which ought 11' be a fountain'' most WILLIAMS and SAMCEL ABET,-Election .at thp S''.'' 3 OFI'LOR7DJ. Ii gravliy. or of any other kind whatever. Tin -

u. wwrHr. while Mr. Talmadge baa sunk entirely productive of results for the peace of this continent house. of James Riz. WOLFS CEL JIIJIM TED SClffKDAJI same quantity fir common Holland Gin. so called. -

m- any from public notice, and cren at his newbane These manifestation joined with the For Matanzas! Precinct:ABRAHAM Dcroxt.FKASCIS p .TIC Fl'S.: ridild-an excr'*ive ninonl, by redistillation of- oil

In tbe far West has born unable to inni-c I' fioun,1 principles cnunciatkl by your Excellency, PELLICIER and JAMES PELLICIEO,-Election EEMING it unnecessary to renvnd any rgliiug QJBll.with the ooilmg point of 542 degrees'?

114t tW people with any confidence in his political acKm. forebode. by the favor of'heaven' ,\la continuance at the house of Abraham Dupont. D regular ineuibcr of tiie>.AIeJicnl prol>swn of the .I hj lighter oil having: prrviooslv passed over. This ,,
was conclusive as the superiority of Mf. Ue's gin. :
m thoroughly ha* In*_toarbery to bis party I of peaceful relations between the Wo, countries.etc. For Wr4hvtiinz! Precinct:-S. 0. SIXPKIXS. *-..uiililhedh.Jici.lprop.Orli... of pure JulUaJ (iii.. in relation to the oil of Juniper bpna which the aroma, '' .
he sad hie principles sunk him in public ctimaTkelcwon i ..etc., with more oftliis kind of minister! PETER MAKTEIU sscond and MATIIEW SOL.\ ., in ninny diseases oldroji-icnl ndncy, I r.ecifally flavor and diuretic and medicinal* prcpei ties of every J- i'

I It $ gammon, too diful'e; for publication. second,-Election at the house of Paul Masters. invite; your examination myself to a very superior Schiedam articl in. kind ol gin essentially depend. 1,1 j
; 41 fo be drawn from his chapter of The amount of the two adlrcsxcji 'fs,that fr. For TrouttCrcek Precinct:-COARLES U. DiSfntE .Hol: ;nd, by a hy process peculiar exclusively! 'o my.,at own factory. As to the Fousel 1 oil.with which'aU" Interior uprir'a.. ', l 1\ ,,

I IH' ,, ''II of wUe appttcajon., but lit pI.1Icu'arJ' I kD M'all I envoys on** such occa- Jotif BLACK and PETER MASTER junior" If f.;fl.''. :.1'1"i Jtcdic1Iit4LuoI\! .tgj1ie, ornn ous_liquors are more or leys'luiprejcnafed.inil' which t I'.
.,, *.% 1t? "Anna.pretcr .Al11eJ1d :,Etectionat thehotwobf said! Pctarmstersjiintof.Polls harsh berry but by the choice bntatiicat t variety. of renders ,them polsoiioas Inr Ibet'utt ratio iu which! ,- 1 .
.''',>, .' o d'not feel..VI' 0. CrelCtxe. to be opened at"9 A. 1 L and closed at 5 ihe Aroniitie Italian Juniper Berry, whose more they are ialllltd.wlda causes such liquors to In*' I
to iplttiil3emiiratIc ptriylntors I" 'II P. 5L \ vinous extract is distilled and rectified with hs ..plthOIU totieate when others do not.and creates ikal murtid, \
1.jI. Sfn-LlI Cn cAn Atibx or EV-WTS,- \ sin- {jisatl.AIe appetite for undue indulgence 'with all stn t
a114 nlte a tortlm of it against t I"" na. .I G. HUMPHREYS, aul'tnt.anJ thus becomes n concentrated tiiteiare
and State .(lmint *' er.A., For t3ii'itr. ra'ar chain of events occurred In Cincinnati the S .- Judge of Probate. of exl arotnipltogether iran eeadrai' deplorable consequences' of which the friends of
|A4e erenr ocowion Is ily n *ed to stir up othc* '&''. An oM man, named: Hcritaa: was in its cordial and meJidnall'rOptt&it.IO any I ll.UandJin temperance and pnilaiiihropy so justy complain "
M prpjotFicp an l btr pen and sail the w>re I rmnWel In paint'n' ? the walls of a house, and NOTICE.: ,\TfejlX ( heretofore known. instead of that n.ltland fastidiousness of taste,for .

|'' whit h*,l Iiojiin to h'-al 1. and fo mike j 'nlllne froTi ***aff>M, he l injured' Mmself to.such MONTHS'from l.ite.the utiterigIieJ' a l asthmatical Foasel oil I found
of this fetid, a.-ri.l. 2M
f>m nneot every ci cnmntanccrh, *n i iIC tik'lv toeseile ] 4 n e orient thnt boba/1 to he conveyed home. |lIr,ofahe hUtaiecf: C, W. Clarke anJ 'the nnrketis now flooded physicians find! no little' Mr.V.Me'. medicinal I
!!? fill ri'rM.enPd boNe attached to an difficulty in procuring a good; nnd'pure Gin, which tnac..ln gin alihuigh repeatedly "
\\l a exnresswazon. '
repQlmon an I diiipr' We hare \'fate'.cd j Sampson Wit b.lDt d e*ate.l. willjtteseu: lin-tl nc'rounisan tested various quantities bf it with the
I .. tale Bwvement carefully from the firnt and there which ran off and in his mad career. .lvotieherstoihe' II .u. Ju.lge nf I'robate: ; thfy can prescribe with eonIiJtn -ln its beneticial chloride of calcium, by the usual t process, which s. i ".
"4 is M m Ukin: the end to which it temK Www down the street ran over a hog an-1 killed it The for sit. John Oouaty for .etilem-Dt and "ill AI ,the t'fTl'CII.1 an importor of twenty years standing, hI readily detects and obtains it la the ordinary rpint- t'. I
I : therefore to warn our rico Is in season; hog wi. owned jointly by a couple of men who fume time aik to be dilC harjcJ as such aJiDio irra,.. the city of New York. and possessing: a mntureit( experience OilS liquorsAccordingl- *
in the manufacture of HOLLAND GIT *ci-
mA if ther woattl wire the party from the cataft s'knneJ it. and had a fight over the carca**. Asa I lor. I submit attention esp> ), I feel bound to say that I regard this -
which for it let them finale, the belligerents, were taken before a I VEMANCIO SANCHEZ Admr. ally beg to to your my AKJMATIPSciitEDiX being in preeminently
: tf8t1ae being:prepared .:caurrs as onj which cannot fail lo gin as every respect pare
mlltdA tn.te. and paid a fine r fire dollars and'cost St. Anusiine.jJept.:3.1853, of nv-dical It is indebted
see to their primary elections; and now tb't.ter.teI realize'ou.r utmost expectations nnd f slmll be !happy and deserving patronage.: '
i are abont to be chosen to the State conren-I AdmI lbtratrls'' Sale. to forward 10 yoa a bottle of H,ffe of charge,in answer 'to: its superiority. I doubt not, lo sound and selectmateialsand
It then taVcmre that arese'vt l who I : lu that peculiarly accurate method oC__
fen : men ( lo a letter intimating your readness to acceptit. .
titre the vnoil of the partr at heart an i will not A "tam" sci"d !(r. nor nzton, of berlin, nI: ) Y VIRTUE olau onlcr UVuel I by lloi.G.Ivuiphreysjulgeol I 1 ditil);nion which leaves the heavier anu_less volatile -
Letnt H into the hand of the -9)',n. in his mouth and. thro wThim into t'i. air: I ui, Probate of St.John Courtly It is now scarcely one year since I have prepared es *ntlal oils,both of the barley and the rry,btobiad
enemy., w'"en he struck he ground the horse jumped : I will sell without reserve to H.f'| higliert bidder on- and distributed! my :CIIIEDAM Gt.f exclusively for 'in the still. This al,o is tofficient to account for the I
-4. upri Mm with hi* fore feet, ftcir.l him br the Monday the third day OrOcBrer! next in front nf the medicinal ; yet within that b ief period, I refined aroma ililils above other gins;but in regard :

ij '". Sl"CT1'IxA..lta..pe&n that thediUinsu'RhrdXeiieM had and broke hs neckshort, off severing the Court Hou.e in the ci!, of St.uuMine between1 havc.ec-'ireJ purposes tiuin.r.uileiier'Soth from phy"ici-ios to 'he spcriiil qmlii: uf the Italian Juniper uerty, -
*hero.* Gen. Santa Anna" when, in ol cdit I jugular vein with his tceti.ANNOUCTETT. the hours of 10 and 2' a house an.I lot siiuvediifCihiselty I 'aol patients tesiifyiiiir 1(. its really etiraiiniinaryeificncyin of which the manufirturer speaks in his circular. I. .-

pt' M< eoonb'n-' he left his retrrat. bdt ninlo |he. t!ute i,f Jute Pap late Gravel Incipient Drop I M tn fena, took pxxl care to prcscrr* his -&- of
Mttfttien there as a refuse for any posmKlo Hi' __ West by GJorge rftreei on the South by BrMge Siree. I Maladies wlien taken in proper iuautitirK ns a Ui"l find lha:'lhe .irirtTdii6onslbjitmirfit -turnup" there.KelMMe .- Tvte friend- -of-w-tile Hon.t --!THOJIAS.BALTZGLL - on th- t ul by l lot of Martin CiiovaaitJoa the, Drink and especially at dinner is found by uniform yi Ids with', hyJrcilorie! acid a liqui camphor. ,' "t

j atTBrbara, with iu rich furniture hepro : North by hi of Mrs. Margiret WuoJ. experience lo be eminently! efficacious in the most This acid being in the stomach as a principal e ai- ]
I orders ie fare kept in rood order and hispit..1 of Leon, announce him a.; a candidate Also. obstinate;ean-s.when eenlhe belt of the usual remedies ponent .f the gastricjuice.probablycreaje* this mate "*' ;

i after aJl his dearest treasure, to th? voters of Florida for Cnicr JCSTICE 1 A Mack girl named Fanny, belonging to said Ea have filled to afTirJ wore than lemp.mry relief fiat fiora the oil.and renders it the valuable diffusive I j

II presenred the feathered gUdiaton are kept in of the State, and respectfully solicit tl>eir support I late being ten years old!, said property is sold to se'- aad I ltve no doubt' ihit it woulJ yield lmtlar results stimulant for which it was formerly and will,proba- I
I traiai* to deK ht their owner when & new rero- tie the liabilities of aid Estate. with precisioQ and certainty in yo ir own prof.atonalexpertrnce. bty.alain be renowned. f fI
in ; .
Election lt
l *ia* jfeB drive him ont Mexico. lie ha< al- Monday October., ) (ANN 'r.p.\I'V. Uninistratrix. consequently regard Mr.Voir.. "Schiedam l-

ji j .v unit for hi* Caithastmitn Jtammc tVaf i We are nuthorl'( to itnttouureBEXJAMIK I 8t AnfUitine.S.pt. 3, tll)3. 'r.,. Aromatic Scliie.lam Sch.inpps U put up in Afomaiic >citnapps" as i valuable accession of iisfompirative to our t
phtrmaceutlcat agents to notliinj -
i 'l his bottles-pints anIqurtneatl!/ covered and say
VtHartal, to hare him near strong
person.slm :
] In UIHsxe D. WEIGHT, as a candidate for Tamarlnd+. hb<-lled with! my name embo-seJ on life b. itle, also, innoeuousiiess lo those who use distilled liqour 1
him any to "leave perilous hilt country for hi* the office ot Cuter JCSTICE of the Supreme MUSTARD Spices and Jars|Tamuin Is, vials :'a (ac simile of my sinmiiire on the label and my teal -ouihwrrnt*, as a where b.-nra the c.bfota To water persona frequently traveling produces in the -
II l'I I no the cork,with an ess,ly up in its prnp.'rii.s.UDOIaPIIO I
I'tIftbj good. lie will mike omcUiingun Mae eMIt of Mexico, in thc meantime, and yn pf'NI.asst.sauces Ca.t* **ek tn Csf&azena with new means of enjoying I Weave nutliorlzod to announce per. pimento cas4iaoIoveAnuun<*js n11ce. freuch' Importer street it would be a good precautionary provikioo, as a i
the tosriei I. THOMPSON mustard horse ndi h. Irenh i'rn! <,n, assorted e.ienJ Extracts fro.it; the New York Medical Gazette and of those effects when .
and sports of his retreat the lIon. LESLIE A. at present coooeraeirve M {preventive ,
ees olberba for ClJokill%,Clnice! lumi: butter lard, Journal of 1I ;ahh edited hy I II.. (teest'. \1. U. mixed in niod-rat quantities. At all events, it 1s .
-,,; f* The guano Trade< f with the United States I:I $ne the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court, crackers cheese sugars, tea, &e. .L. L 'D., 775 Broadway, October 1st. I8J2: the purest possible aiiicle of Hotlaad Cm, heretofore i
to i candidate for election for CHIEF JCSTJCB of the Aur 27. B. E. CAKR HOLLAND GIN AS A ttEDICISE. be '
**v increasins. Next year it is expected I nnnhi.iunhe| and as such may safely. prescribed :
election!In October next. J; : la our lust'nu.nber we accompanied the publication \
.R"eqnsltbtttoEntrl&ndsndinouryerssehetiuieeugreat State at the approaching : by physwiaas. 0 'j : 1
Wbtto Lead 8c. ; .
2 .of.circular! on this-SJujeci. from oor feliow-C l Un. DAVID L.lfqTT.M.D.. : "IiII ,oi' I t
In the month of'July July I 1
I ._-_... 95 Kez White Lea I.Linrc.1 Oil. riirnrnti.ie.Varnish ; iTJJolplio; Wolfe, E. I "fteial returns showed that 14.937.nRlC : ,Lit lierajje,Cop r..,Verdigris,Green,black-n: pressive pf our own views. Since then we hive June, IStli. 3m. i iP
-exported to the United State, 13,270 : The friend of CHARLES IL DUPONT red and yellow pains,chrome green,yellow and redbrimestoue / been eir p oytn? this agent, and thus far wi1 h favorail .
... fo and. On the 1st of August there I Oai-tdcn County, Florida announce him as a sulphur, glue, lodigu. results. Bat we are in the receipt of several role or Alex. C. BarrrM Trlcorfkin

.1Meet, vessels loading with guano at thelahands candidate for ASSOCIATE JUSTICE of the Supreme August 20. ___ B. E.CARR.. :communications on the subject from medical men, pt2crou OK 1IEDIC.\TED CororND, for I
From the 1st the. 31st July, which serve to show that Mr. Wo'fe's' Aromatic: Deauli(, nl'. Curing( "'"lPninl. RUlori :. IniL 1ilrrng&ht'II I 1-
election in
*T-ii reawlt sailed from the fame place with Court of the State, at the approaching I Beaiu, Hitttif, B.icou.JUST : Schiedam richnnpps is very extensively in use, and ng she InIr. Relieving diseases oC the ;

',> cvgaec for the United State and Europe. October next. RKCEIVED a| nice lot of White Bra'.; in the hinds: of physician', Is proving itself as a Caring Rheumatic Painsand; Healing Ester I
.. Bacon Lir.l. lIer. Cr ck-rs. ''li-ese stimulating diuretic to be eminently successful after nal Wounds. Bounded by no geographical lines, I
: 8w : iiso ExTKioarjuuBV. San Joaquin The friend of the lion. THOMAS dried apples. Ve UlicelU. &c"B.. E. CAR(I. other medication with this intent had been tried a"vain. the reputation *f BAIIT'S Tarcorauotspenades 3

: *yHfee says: A capital story is told of two DOUGLAS,\late Judge of the Eastern Circuit; August 80. Iu one of the cases thus repo abdominal the Unioa. The sales of the article of late years !

"Weets of Costa county one of whom by the him as a candidate for ihe office of ASSOCIATE ,..lr"p.y has :,been cure<< arid the necessity of tapping have i increased in a ratio that almost exceeds belfe/ \
**y. to t relative of Zachary Taylor. The two announce 20 DOI L.-\It- iCE.V'CD.. I averted ; and in anothera distressing ease .1 gravtl, Professor Barry after-a careful .xanai.alloe. his .
MIemeu* sJBoded to went out to practice with Jcsncp of the Supreme Court, at the RUNAWAY from Duns Lake si called: has been eaiirely remove.1 by the passage sales' book. finds that the number of bottles deliver *

HSes Taylor, who is a dead, shot offered election in October next July, lIt __J my slave WILLISmidJleaged man, of a calculus of con-Henble size. which is ascribed* ed to order in quantities of from half gross up-' j i
t*tub bet black his hair somewhat 19 the use of only two Joules >this article. ward. duriaj the year 1832 was within a trifle of !
a that he could hit a potato at forty WY. : grey .
of Mr Wolfe it. .
The FORWARD We know not the object designatinf 950.000 I
iwflli&zn7ehlthepotzthto be placed ,JI has a scar on one of his leg TheM the I
hispreparaiioil by singularly uneuphonious It is uon to at length the
cessqry present evidenees
*1atepofl.latr1enFsbe&d. The bet wu rt. Judge of the Circuit Court for the eastern Judicial above .reward will be paid to any name of"Schnapps,**nor of his dcDominatinzii in his of the wonderful properitlesof Tricop'ie--

It They toot position. and the rifleman care.1y Circuit of Florida will be voted for by the person who i will deliver him to the jail of SL 'advertisement -'concentrated Tincture of Jumper rous when the puplie have furaisaed such an in-.* i

drew b4ron the potato Just a* people in said Circuit, to fill the name office which Johns or that of My County wherein be may be ,"instead of perpetuating its ancient little of Holland dorsemeot as this. The ':cheapness of the article '
.lit the object spotted, his (friend (who had tak1rn. It supposed that he.{is lurking betweenSt Gia. It I Ii use that he admits it to be no'hing and the explanations given; of its chemical IClin'. t
1iI..zed upon the weapon) cried, "not so he notV holds at the election in' October next Augustine and Matanras ese! Ibu the latter article la its pure'state,una Juliet- upon the hairia.sctp.and ia all cases of supericial .

1 '_et aaUa so low." At this moment crack July 16, 4 GEORGE OLIVER. ated by noxjcus drugs: and hence he contradistinguishes irritation recommended? it loHhe attend *

?*"*. rise, the potato was cleft in twain The t. Augustine August 12th ;. Ij is from Gin of commerce, neatly all of which.as of the people. This was alt that the inveaioi de. .
<|9i b we7er, wu right; the aim was a fatU 'Ve are nutht>ri,cd to announce j is welt! known. manufactured here and rise* sired. Every bottle a Jveitised Itself. The ..6t'cII.I I > I-
..M. the buAet just grating the heai. the name ors. Sl GEO. ROGERS, M a candi. : Administrator'. Notice. where from ,inferior whisky sod refuse drugs. '' o! the fluid exceeded expectation. If acted like a >

date for re-election for the offio of Solicitor for T%TOTICK Id HE11EBV. GIV&1, thuin 'tour name he has given it,I owever,may serve the purpose char 11. The'ladies.wpqld not be without it. ,C un- .
A Beiatat rsox Bxtrucoaz Saor.- A man ill weeks from this date; I will apply by petitionto desizuatiJg hi. article as prepared exclusively try dealers in every section pi the Uailed State ;-_ .: .
*u iospeckd of several burglars at Kvans2 the Eastern Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida the Hon. Jalje' PrpSate of St. Johis Ciouuty, medical purposes and thus commend it to physician found they must have it; and" thug was built )up a. ,..* ... .>
; .. was hot and wounled on at the.approaching election in Octobe, next for ,leave to sell the Real Sia' of Elizabeth! Clarke for whose convenience it ii ea sale only by .reputable wholesale trade of an extent hitherto unheard of inr .
mortally I .
5** Btt deceased ; for the purpone of piyin edcbts of said druggists and lp tbecari4'. regards article of this kind. The highes pointhaa '
wait for him
M. WMaboat hj a party lying in To the Voter of St. John, County.The Estate and for oth! > pirpose., ben-11c131 llo the heirs, As inspects its medicinal and .ciarattveefl'ect., we not yet been reached, and it is believed 'thathe, > *
earWing off* truDk from the legal reprtsentatives or devisees thereof- understand bin to clajin only! \hath is a'pure 'and sal> this fear will.be a.million and a halfo1bottleEj.. "I l '. \i iUpot
2n sd ss, Into Which be had broken. It 1 is undersigned, presents himself to his fellowcilizcn '.U.CtOV.4Juir. reliable article of Holland Gio.and ns such w>*nhyof and 'h ufuclor,,. o. 137 Bro_dwayJfeiry / ',

4h. isafeoat 15 or 40 years of age has a *, as & candidate for the office of St. \upitJ3'Ii3. ? the confidence of physician? in Ibo,'di.-ens-s focvb k. Retail prkeVSS cents aiarge% bottle: \, *

,,"?* *.looks though it had been!broken, SHERIFF at the next October election and respectfully '%. eh ihcy are wont ipreserfl..ejt.tin4Jri.< hya. 'r. t jLhVraf discount to purchaser by the quantitrVSoKI ..", '
S* Jl**scat OQ the right 4de of his mouth.- ':' !I1tGLle; Ll'ai e t) r 9ir.tt..w. ,, ..tt' goode 15 ..Tytn't 1l* '6tI1 hit; it imprac ir.le 'bv all. SLr'sc :J).*h. bid mother and two sister solicits their Miffrages. Vhhe'wb Bru .*;, Colori iff, peiau.\I.. obtain the article In a pure state. Nor shoull tiny ihrouphonithc Unlten States and Canada, il xie.j

f *i Bthiaor, ,but would not give their MICHAEL-NBLIGAN.. tun,Copperas, Glue &e.. prejudice against alcoholic medicine deprive the West Indies..Great Britain France,ccc. f.
naftr HOW any one to write to them. Augutline, 26 Au'. 185?. ApriJ.30thIt:4S3: : D. E. CARR. afflicted of the b arfit of tail article,which from ime % Jonell852.! 6m*
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1 \ I 1SUIue Directory.j .' 4h4J.hec43ItflIy--! l oPai JdhaV.oa the first Aloi.iJay b J'AU'W'!" 't.Uk.l'l' -.11.U.t'J'lt'J"" CJ&rOrdl a1&ces'Rucl'BeiolnIou.' -'

I: : : MlU, HtteL On-*t. George,Street, north of la' N..v7rnWr (which .fcr'the-ycar Ifci3 wiU & the .: < ,. f OQQJUOP. 7 An Ordinance lor the better preservation of the -1.-0.TBrl'lf'G :

/ f ; 'Bonb the Metbo- 7th November. ... cleanliness! and health of ibe City, and for other purposes. .0. Taz ,
the Ptfbiie Sqaare sad one door 01 LIFE IX8DBAXCCCOJIPAHV
diJ1 .;batda p For the county of Nassau, Thursday before the *

thrUm H.". Oa Treasury Lane North ef third Monday la November, (say (for IW3the. 17th Be it hereby Ordained.by tile\ Mayor and Alder of.CLOTIIIN(; rJlf

the 'chile aqure. :November. J OF NEW YORK-NO:35 WALL. men of the City of St. Augustine in Coo icil assembled We are !fl2UfaCtuin tbe ar

CJt, i1.t1.. ai Ch&riotte lid Bay Street a few For the county of Dora).on trie 3.1 l Monday in No. *TET Accumulated Fund Nor-1 hI. 1 1849, $9001 ,- : That from and after the promulgation of ibis J1E.\"r CLOTBIXG UGEST.dS80 _.

; doors Jooth East of the Publle Square.'rUMttrt vember. (which for 1853. will te the Zist November. OoO.seeurely invested in Bonds and Mortgages Ordinance, shall not be lawful lo throw vegetabletrash able for the 2tTLO1tS4h l .

I Hittl. jOn Charlotte Street and Treasry For the county of Marion, on the lat Mondav in onrealestatein this city and Brooklyn., and stocks annimal matter of any eecription. over ikeSea States. Country Tr4de, t be Jrz1Al' It.

Lao- D nh of the pttbUc Square,,awexed to the December, (say for 1853 the 5th December.For ofthe State and City of New York and United WAll.or into the Basin, connected with said

I FUrida1! House. t be county of Aluha., oq the 2d Monday inDeeember..ay Mtatea Government. \Vall-andany person offending agaiu this pro. ITWedobnsinessontbe 4
.'. I BOARDING HOUSES.Jliw 12th Df'ffmberiD the year 183. This fund rapidly increasing by s widely exten. niL &ion. shall ire whit. prison; be fined for the tint One Price Syttem: 1

I ., .. Oa'St. George Street' a few doors i For the of the 3d did aud prosperous business. ofT'ftCt.lii a sum not less than two'nor mote than Orders proml'Uy filk! d.0
F i county roambia. on Monday
I The Company declared! a dividend.ol profits of fif five dollars and (or each subsequent oflrncc,of not txano.
Court Uorsei! and Public Sql re.t which for the stock i b, solicitul.
of the Dec.niber, Jt53.wiUbe 19ib De
Bomb I in ( :, I .
; the Tin dollar
aDd percent on all existing policies on 31st lets I'tau five, uor more than ;antjf the "'
P. Oo Bay Street comer of Bay ty-two IJ.DrOnD
y cember.
t G. ", ( I
January, 1848 offender be n colored pereon he or site so offending RROTn3
I 29 Park non'
Garden LaDe.P : Profit arc divided aiiiou shall be subject to a like fiui.or be at the discretion (opposite.the ..
P noCTORS.D 1f 11 8Y m.liT. All She the Insured.The ; of the Mayor punished! by Jnr infliction of a nuimiberotstriptsotmthie 1f. S I .

a F. Week Office tt hu Dwelling House 1 bareback of les X. n. W'earetbe .
f not ahaBten. nor rl'
AUGUST!it E B. cash .
F. payable in annually,semjnnualty
en Bridge Street1. ," I more than twenty foi the first oSence. and for each CLOJfJy0 ...4
D ct.M E. Peek. Ofhee on St. George Street. TillS .S1'AIJLlSII..1IEN'r_ or quarterly, interest being added on the subsequent ofTrnce, of not less than twenty, nor in the country. Jtubber ClotblJa : .

al lew doors North of the Coon House. hay deferred payments. morrt'ian' thirty one. lowest market 'ates. ; at
d .] injr uiidcricune ThyroupU$ Kupnirs this The caflrjJ/inciple adopted by this, Company secures q-
I i DRUGGiST ; I Be it Juriher Ordained by the authority aforesaid June _e.
'. iJjs.PC.Zglstra. Chemist and DruggestCharlotte present season, is now rend for to the parties fur whose benefit the truuraucef I! : Thai it hhullui.t hrrenfier he lawful. for color- 3m.

,. I Street. reception ot 'Company.. FAMILIES ANn are effected the whole of the advantages, without rd persons.l bond urine) lo d.-e thr Ara Wa I. as a i MECHANIC INVE.Tjjj .ut

I TRANSIENT BOARDERS cun have'spaciuus subjecting them to the heavy drawbaok. "' of accumulated place! fur piomenading, and they' are hereby fuibiden .1 .I.,'U'CrlillBi S. "

I I l LAWYERS.E. Apartments. Persons premium notes.effect insuranc on their own lives to walk thereon uti'ler a penalty ot a tine of not $'tJO. Iu Splendid Prizes.
.office Artilery Clean nnd HfentIIOM ) less than two nor more than live Dollars or in lirnthereofa IU'
B. tin/Il. at Law- on Room, Airy iu-
i C-nnselJor and the lives of others. A married woman can IX f.hr IUTUIC AJI
lt eir. n'liitberof stripes of not lets than ten nei VOLUME u
Lane. husband;ihe benefits of hich are ilw-
i cure the life of her ; ) \tt\t I\ olovoiftl'hradvaiicrii
Putnam. and Councillortt otblu5Vautlu;. more, than thirty one, to be laid on the bare back ol t''Iu''r. h s.c\
ti. A. Attorney law for the exclusive use of herself or chil ,
1 secured, by offender. iit ol she '1" "I.. 01 \ '
Law.otfiee, Picolatu Ktrcct.Getrgt House is well known as being re cntl) dren. the OrJ"iIrd..d Decreed le..lRcr lflr .Mauufiictft o.J FennI",. .

I R. f.iro4Mt. Attorney andJCounsellor Built, Expressly I with a view tu the nccomudaiinii Clergymen and nil. others ,dependent upon salaries Be it further bytbeauthonty ,tilftl-; '"' <>.f bvfiit kiioMr,.. ;. up,.), I. .
aforet dlbal from and alter this date, al.
; La.-vfficeia the Court House. 1i I Iif ol Intalidt and other, being eniirrly specially invited (o avail themselves of a resource : branchrn. It i* 1'.litnll'J mew pmcik ."
colort-d are rbidin smoke in ol riy ".
built of Wood, with Rooms connecting, Foldin" .. whereby their surviving familts may secured persons tu any Ih" .tll 811.1 e'ci.1cc4.ag.I ,
tile streets, or oilier,public places in thf City unJr.II ty irahIru
PUBLIC OFFICES.Pott ; Doora &c., which renders it. Free front rom' the evils otprnury.ainp1iklsezpIanatury. penally! of a fine of nut I le** than three our bun and ntlr journal .Nemlypalenii. all 1: fa

Vffiee.I Lawrence Aidreu. Post Master, office Dampncssj Firrplaft-s, Blinds to window of ill'principles of Mutual than tive dolkra! $ for the first ofTVnce.-or in Jt-fauli: ol t .which is-iie weekly frvui ILl pat..
1'iazzn Prumtnnde 'I' ,hire i nursnce.and illustrating its .advantages, will are il o-lraled wuli .,. "
on CJIhJl1dnod el'.vU
hzthCueri ihroughffeUirtg thereof a number of ntriif| of not in* :ll e' ;
_ _._'_ Hgese 1 Pevf. from Rains Cold forms applicationmay be obiaiurd at.the office ur payment' all tin- are p.bb..cl t l ii, jl .
l'. : Vnlcoit..Sir I Protection than ten nor more than twenty lo be-laid .npoii ihehare plt'nl
riiJJiaer alien Hospital OJfceju1u Si ect; or.r rArtiUery 'yVituIs, /orihirijr: a druirable EETU EAT from the Cotnpiny,35, Wall at., or of any of its agents. back of the i.ttenJrr-and, I for each ftubsnpjcnioflciice marine te r I p rfrci *c.e.tific a4 iJ .
qrGa : .
: .. 1A-/and Hotpital Street, .' 1'cunllnetnenl at nil iteatwins of the )'enr.- 'TRUSTEES.." a fit.e oT five dollar, or the ind'iction of cal rucydt'di.. ? ? .for fuimr a.weft u pirjraten I.

.: '.. 0jrr;;.. r. tfoda. Register of Public The IIuusc IK siluattnl .laciiiK $0.1 th i'n cent nil' los B Collins David C ColdenVm thirty one stripes to be hiil on the bare blt kM. <' circulation!licIUt"rinan! is rrrr\in
Land.-oillce i in the Court House.TA poMtion, and rtiid //'frmn .,th.T DwellinnH. \ 'J llytlop. Alfred Edwa r4ts, ar.,rrsni it''lan; >l all colored $prrcoiiii. n T( hrt.y strictly circuil.1trd-its the Ju: V..I.. .
; J IIIgI8IIIIO I copies "' we k. It i b
.. r. Rutiell. Il cencr. office in Court The ri iu!* t t"I'III5; R".tr1li4 with additional R II McCur,',. Win Betis J forbidrn lo Carry about their p-r.-H.n?. any kind' ricli volume| contains in Imnj faiMmiul
-I 1 Ered.Wmsion Joseph Blunt of than three inch Imtph ol lug ; eY..nal II..atf. ,
II,.alC. P.a rlour., PII.IIK, S'-ttinj IJt Ii"",UUII convcnifiut's clajn or more : and tour I luiodiedter ra .
G. IU.nphrry'sJuJge.'office, CW'Fab. r, Isaac G Pearson. Made' nor thai I colored nut actuiilly in- Ylng' over racCtt IVSIIIPIg
tidge f 1'r" "'. ( in ufiicnl For. /lcco/n"" *Ai/u ncan- ; any I person with an index. Tlie prattunl
in the Court Huus!. be John P Yelverton 'I, Henry Wells! firm (rum disease or nunmiage, carry unU-r' an) reij1 t
lIut 11',1.
frier D. Jllf""'. Clerk Circuit Com r, vice iuultctnr"f Tins well.ui Mrnfd Reputation t I ihis Ilot :eIMS Thto Srdgwick. Wra.. Moore, pretence ,whatever a cane or walking stick of any are worth to any'fanuly IUlI4.b allure t&aiT I"'JQ.' -
scripiioit price. .
the Court House.llafttel Stacy B I Olhifls. ,Zebedee cook; size or tlrscripiion; under penally ol not less than "
will be
loV th'-
U C411'1'4. 'Slieriff-uJ fr"l1'ar 'r itcquired.it John 11 :wiit, Jona Miller, fiv> dollats fiiifor a number ofslriprsto be laid on The publishers offl-r: the !lowing!
i : l'r"J'n j Hiu>., MrH. U.\VI. ,aim to s'iNtaiii, and David A of than pri/cn for the largest list oC 5ubscribm
bee In the Court llju.e. r4aj John Wadsworth CUIIiSluck.I th. bare hack of the ofT-uJrr not 'less trn.
Collector .f ,Cut, lit. r..ul! .\ ] office iu liit the liberal l'iltroll.agc. heretofore, she return i i4 Cornell Robrrt Shuyler ( nor more than ihirty-mnr. by, the lj>t January next:-$100 i

CUirliHie$ utreet at bit reiliuw sir Die jtore of A. ht-r thanks.The ;Gouv M Wilkins :James ':Chambers \ Passed by the Council 23.1 Dccrmh 1652. ,fur the larger list; $75 for the.s .

0. .,'erpaU.1"J'lcltJ'. Table will be supplied with choice! John V L Pruyu JosephTuckermanilFred G HUM P.! KCYs*. Mayer the third ; $*3 for the fourth ; $10 h"1JJ V

oJtC'Ulini. hln".cklt'r.. Game Oysters, Turtle, Fish, Ducks. Venison; Whilllesey Moees II Grinnell. Attest $33 for the Oth ; $:JO for the 7th; $05 tie

; /. II. .OUUI'. l.I lge U. 3. Court Northern Til rkfys n nil Shell FISH, which at this lime Charles Ely Win J Bunker M. R. br.ar.Clcak. 8th ; $20 for the I'tli ; $15 for th? luih; $h'thi r

{ Oiaric'toU10riJa. office in the Court Houe. our Rivers unit F"rcstj abound. Tttu or John C Cruger Cogent Dutilli. : llth ; and $; for the 13Ui. The ca>ube 1jt

i r G. R. F"irlHld Clerk & S. (>iurt. office in more Hunters, sporting exclusively ,fur this WalterJoy. Francis Lnthrop. Ordinance for the- Protection II pad t-t the order of ti.e suss4coimume4iatelv QPdltrT .

4 the Court House. .S .ilou>c. I, Alfred ('ell, J O I Thatcher. All White P'TOIII! mblud tor after January. .,;.IS-> '

A r Deputy Mirehal. G'urce..t. Zchubabr,. office jn N.Hor. *os, (;Carriages nieK Guns, Fishing JOSEPH I B. COLLINS, 'rrcJiJ nt. : DivineVor"lIp" TERMS One >
:- coj y one year, $2; ntI: ns
\1.tC&UUaUuil Tackles Bouts for Excursion, &c. ISAAC ABBATT. Secretary. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and C. nncil cf the six, iouth.% $1 ; five enpics siccnpit.s m"n\n\ *, $k Jc
iU.i: 1'1CE:5 OK TilE PEACE. : Very JosEfit Or.u. T. Counsellor. t fu-maiid after (he
Itcspccifuill" City Augu.-tinc: That passingof six months, $*; ten cvpits 12 .
S Reuben Pinklnm. O.fice at his residence South s ;TRESS..1.11f. |.1I U. R. FAIKBAKCS Agent St. Auguatine Fla. this Ordinance if any person or ptl't'ollhhaU knowingly $15; liflccn ,copies twelve months, $22; hlJ1tl:

of St. Francis Barracks. : I '. I qlb'ih.JUST. be engiged or concerned in vociferate noise cujacs twelve month, $28 in a'lraace. ,,,4

I} G.ll.uylre t. Notary Public-.mce. ( liD theCourtLitre O.: -It I* Ilie wish of' llio Pro- selling spirituous liquors or any oilier; act baring an Southern :and Western: taken (br sub
1 House' !'rielr<*- that the Servant nttuciicd Krceivrd by the t '.ruhlts.hams. rern. oal.. rtiimediate tendency lo
I CITY OFFICERS. I Ifll.G".z tsp 110 IIOIIMJHllOllldllO civil, UttClllivc. 1 leid,lin-terd oil, turpentinr. mil. molasses of 4 congregation of white -r*"n assembled for the SCflftiOn.Jitters shon'd' be drcctr ,

11"I1IJJ4" i utid, UtIiI$1U. fyrup. honey, susrnr purk bJcolt.IUIIII;, be.4.cheese.crackrr. pit post-of dixine wonbip at a err rch orrhip.| in ihri L jwt-r". >ah!, t> Mr
I .. br.*iid. flour. soap caudles starch. in>li!". i City; such p rcon if a white p-rrou .IIIIII'tt"' lioed not Co., 12S: Fut.jn-strcct! X. I.. '1X
- ace Audi",} I I. A MAUAZINE OF I'UTCK: MORALS: rasions. almon' currants; c ci'ron' al"a. c.i"!picfs.prpper 1 lelllJ than five dullurs nor more limn twentyIf n col. ,

511 .ArllClI (, I Aldermen.. tob.icco.srgirs. .null'; and leaf brooms tubs. ored percn the oti'euder ,bnil be fined. AIito for-saiil. A'olicc. {, .

41 M'dtcti.IfiiM. J IMieha'l : i.I PE'L'ER.SON'S: 1\1.\GAZIN ,". wa"hbcards, pail.bjrkeu, hlines mats boxes or wliiujied not exceeding thirty stripes. or, impriroueil A II -'O'is Mrr fieretiy\\ >il>i.i-; (tom ..,re.pt,. ,

ic.. B. 1 CAleR.larch i Ot exceeding! one week wit!. COHM ul the discretion ,.t l lilt; IIJHUI nr t'1I.'i"'l i jiy nm-/ oil Clerk .f the City Council A. B, raeet.,. office : 17": The Best and Cheapest Ladits Ma;aiine. I2ih. the M.ivoraud Council and that Ihl t'irlar hall. : kni \II n* 0,090 .irremttm: on \\... Esa r4,:.

/ tt the Council room. I' I A NEW VDLUMc: of this popular periodicul will J/ayur or Al.leriii.'in ahull attend aUAlicul.upta ami olSt Julius lliver: b-iwecii WJ.TIr4f..u \.

City .ITiriJUJ, and. Clerk I of the Mktt ReubenPiokhaau commence with the Januii, number for 1853. which Claret U'iue&c. arrest such oflemier. ns Alurcs- j ln-e "I p;; i-ur T :.!iXi ml I 1J"-D'1'WI'

S : willberrady by the 1st of December, auJ will be the Thai upon all conviction the per>nn or persons conv put of a ijim ..f 1.5)03; irr m' I h. J" '
PORT WARDENS. !. mod superb ever ;..il1td. A very superior Claret Wine, bottled in q'iart cied uliullrem.iin imprbMned or comiuttird uu'il: llbtj i UU"rlll5.l&n.r tiiiy ihnuif 6,003( 1C1"1" sol .

1' C. Zjlitra' Charln. Ilaager"I I... E. P.mar.AUCTIONEER. '. lio oiiif Original Jliiffuzluc. Sherry.tk! and Madeira pints also antI 10 Port boie Wm Claret. CorJi-il.Wine. 'Imported Hcntcli'Me. Site and r w Iller. piid.or .itis>S,.d. Frauds J \tic,-. by Joint" llu. *rta--- \s .I!' ai'.a.J' : ;
I, I I'assrd in Couccil J/uch lOtli 18.,:. i"cia,metl by me.i* jiiirJiiiiol I'RK.IXI. >li ,\rieL '
I II This is nnw the only Magazine that gives original Porter Philadelphia au.l Pontr, C m reols I
I G.; 'HUM. I'll. : i Mv! Y.Si :\. \tc: .
I articles exclusively: Mrs. Ann :. Stephens the editor Wal Claoicf' ULYS..Uff i. i
r. Principe otherBranil rV tri.ru
j : Ai)2' s'inc 'Ur1 h !3-3
f.l' f.
and all the brst American writer.*; are regular mantic hIun.y $ Attest j lit
: TobaccoI'ipi-s i.uW.Stunkisg: '
$' Center F. P. Ferreira and J A. Strlscha.j "
o. It 1'lCETTV. --
\ "
contributors More thrilling stories, tales and nove Leaf .
j i and Cut Tobacco. -f; I AaBe \.Ir4j.16t..aC4; V
>s have appeared this periodical. in the last' t'D. I B. E. CARR. "
I l' : 4 1\E CnANi8. ,, I years than in, ,'all the others put together. The lone St. Augustine June 4th 1853. All Ordinance rii.? a revenue lo liteellise current it hereby n""i"tJ. 'by III": .\I..r tIll I \. I'rmtii.of -

.l.?. R. Aidreu. Da-iler in 4upla an 1 Fancy Dry U that of.the highest moral I purity so that evrry fam rxpeuces of that. City fur the year 1 1U53 and- lot ili- city ol Si lU4im-i.it- C......11 **.*-*. .
Goodscrner of U'OflS.oJ 1'icolata strceu. Mar. ily. where there are daughters, should have it. Receipts Pateut Dedlc l1el. ibe rxtinuuiitltment of the City: drbt. lileil ; IHI! lion a..' 'fi'-r ih j ru''::.,1..., ufO.I.nance."it >I

1 ket Square. patterns, for embroidery and everything usefulto / Be itOrd the I' ]EXICANMUSTANG/ LINIMENT, cekbra 4nr slave free iw ra or HMI!:IH s.* o-v '. tfr
Uurliasame & Hawk-Corner of St. GeorleaDdTreltlrlrr sex appear monthly. ly of .HU Ang'iiiine. in Council convened
Laue.'r Colorcd Faiiou" Uoro Ouljr.. 1J. ted for diseases of the Ilorse.. / Tint a ,Tax of one-trig M .f oii" 'p..r cent be'al..rIhJ 'puettnI iu M ji Jrrreiiy-[ fr .f>Vcl[[i*.""W dieutsiiJ 1

Ukrnitgkt B. c"" WJio1e! le and Retail. dealer No other Magazine now gives colored sWl fashion .3lcilums Elixir of Opium. an me I i. hereby directed i", be imposed (u:' the ciiv ; nViy uslLiur' oilier f tite .

4 of tint quality Family Groceries of al! kindt.. LI this does. letier-prrss Davis Pain-Killer vegeUblc yenr/1853, (fur use purpose nfi>cn.niil) on the valueof inyIrlo. Jet$1)lWIi "ai : 'IU shiive' ti-t. .1e4.G elf
plates as descriptions accompiny Circulars with the above be r r .t4.e.ojiu i .IJ.&;,lt Ih$4! ,1111.111"1. ara Ii.
can had all
qIur&C.. No.2 East side Charfotte! : IrccL. North each monthly plate. This is. in fact the ,. I Ural 1 Estate Mtu.iled and l IYIIIf tviiltiii ih' .
uvicti'iii l
% 0f the I'ttblie square.G'eicf i textbook of f. bio.. and indi"peasable to all who Brandreth's Pills Mofiats Pills, Chartered: 'imiu ol" the .ait CiIY-IIIIIIII.fI following than b.iue $lit'by'r.b'itnti puns..1"J. with MIrs

IJ"" Dealer in Stable: and Fancy Drygoods. would know how to dress elegantly,yet economically I Strong'a Pill Janes Medicines, per .-iM (to MM) Frederick C. uUlul'hr". "lttt1 S- '. iri i''r ueIr.- tinny iil'ie UIITM: t
I 1 West side of Charlotte _|rect a few. dJor Itetaifes every ldf to be her ate* drettnttker. Fahnestock Vermifuge, Poinsetts Loxccust, .'rrto D. UUl'ro. ar! AI'IItJintr,1| | l uSe5&Oi's to letrr- .ire back un.t any. :i...1 I every. S; I.'. |'i t.i| ur wlw
t L buuth ,.Treasury Lane. Fitcb's:'.Yedicine, Ayers Cherry Pectoral, m.ne lie! value of -niil. ucal Ed nie, and tix use ha,- k&ripti.iti ol" fir arm-. | .uit I i'l' ;>.}-.f\ >n <4 Vsi
M.Valtt\ Wholesale dealer Iiitfiiificciit Mcxzoiliiu and / iTt- lee; u--jjri> or niiiitt">, tel ui.ys t'.t- s.iji-i.H
: iNetA ***. and Retail Totrnsend's Sarsaplutrilla, Sands do. sis up-in which saulinx! stlulltie Irvifd' and h'ht'rt'
ulUrr Goods auJ Groceries. Grocer store on the oilier EIIrm'ac.'rite 'Cod Liver Oil gelatine, Liquorice, br further (ortlamed tliil the tax imj o"ed' by this Ordinance he *!iIWSi. by due IJf'1 "I..aft 'i..tI; t. a w lilt p-'j ;
FIl Ill : Gr..uad floor of the City Hotel--.Dry Goods Store, mezxotinis and steel engrvmg4. one of which Gum Arabic! &c. .1 shall be collected in tl.e Mine iu.inner; nil I :Ht..t the clniln .IIP. 1ft .rt et. AjH aiiaJy the \rOJ"J J
least in nuiu''" unrivalled for : that it inn lie i i .. tin- JMVsL." of u.-h >l I. J V
_ L i Charlotte street Howard's Building.ATuie's at alptar every er are July 2. B. E. CARR. under ihrsaiiiej; reguhtiom as tire prorided' and in- : ivr v s-
I S. tt N. Pikkm. Dealers In Fancy beauty .. ', as well as reading matter. forc iurel.ui| to ihe collection of City tuul.iett.: out Iii. fcai.l c> 'iluauits C.iui.kiet or kn ,wl..I; .; iii

Good.. &c. opposite the Planters Hotel ,ou Ua t iii'Ifi-d thik Magazine is without an eq>ial. In fact upon oilier il.->cri|'iion-" of l pjnpriy.Passed 'h rrly d cl ire"l lo t..' lonlitftt'I :lItl I >h i a l un. t lIMo 1 Vsiiilioiiy
------ 4 \ I aide of Charlotte.&rc t. / this it the on'y illmtreted Mngitine in the country Blacking Varnish, &c.-,Masons shoe by the Innunry 'f .r>.1. uflbt Uaior. ,IM $, .5. Piy ih' 4.j.y \Jotb ,-

L- l frdru! Btaet. Dealerin GrOt vriej. Pr/viions,&c.L which i." itetidilf iasreate-l in cir y tat ion every % shoe Varnish Harne 'ar- u t1U: ''PUItEY:. Mayor. ill, alter IWv> thy* .pi i.:, p." ril up m ibr ,\:n. 1

: coroer of Cana and dl. George ttreet. year, which proves how superior it it. ni h. Rubber blacking, Fish Oil. Neats foot Oil. at AUf''t and ttt |Iwo or more piMic: |i'ssc. IUlha-, eitjr a: pAJitoutcry -

j F. / Qdncg. Watch mjker and Jeweler on Ttsrau*..Gbttuptal ca' "II. retail. B. E. C 'UR. :M. II. AM>RSC. Clerk.CIIARZ41sTON ti the hiijh- .t tJ l l..r ; ai I iacJ* J'

.,,1 George srrert. nearly opiratiic otHce of Dr. Peck. One copy for one year. 4 doll.r. ;' for three copies 5 --- ol" ih; sale. shall un.tvvtoty-fivtr leer cut li..rrof. i.'J
TAos. Nel.'". Keuiler of Uuotn. Shoe*. Csu*. dollar for five copies 7 dollars and flAy cents LimB Clapboard &g. the |. ". i.tfoi-iiun.j :..J MIZIlemaimler 'It wi i.t' ilrul' aD I te,
; ; AND Fr..OnID.\
3 llatsanJ Dry GouJi, a.t *rCnulottee: street for ei jlit copies 10 dollars ; far sixteen copies !2U dot- GOO bui eli Shell Lim" 25 do tone ,lo..SOOO() to she Ci'y l'< '..rin f.JUt'
r- 4 corner or Charlotte IItceuuJ Treasury Lane. In CUpboir.t:, ',75 l'o.r.raniie Slum-.al"O X.iiU hiar. u. s MAIL s IA.IICK, 1'ai'cd Couijc.f. July -'. IQ.VI.
tf rs.PtiMlUMd Tar Pitch Rosin Oakum 'hite Lead Paints G 1I t'. H),,1:&Y
; La/orur.1 AuJrtu. Tailor Cliariutte street, FOt: CLUBS.-Tor<*piyi>e.sonsget. CAROLINA I AND FLORIDA.u S. 1101'V'
j .car Sue Fort. liojup >:'lul><. -f.illo'vm spleaJid Premiums will Oil. Brushes Sheet Lead sin. Bar Iron. Attest, -

,j 'I, Jah'* Utlnn. Boot naker.' Charlotte, street near i b. given :-Fur a club of tisrre or five, a premium B. E. CARR. (u t'alalka in 24 Iu 30 Hours A. B. Pnc-Hy.CI. c

tbs City Hotel plate 16 by 24 inches--a magnificent offer. for I August 6ih. The CAUOI.INA will -
Michael i 1 NelUjan 'Cabinet Maker Charlotte; club of euht a copy of the Magazine for I:15t For: leave CU ARLESTNe very Extracts from Prurecdiu; of CUT
I___ .tri.t.bo low .r..peralkt' Hall.BarUlu : Hair Dye. M. He- Cuttiicii.f ; :
a club of sixteen an extra for l .3lnd a Saturday.at P.
copy. pre. _ _ ,
E funfwit
Oliteroi., 3l.ck dmith aol :Gun Smith, mimd plate in addition. Improved liqiM Hair Dye-This is a capital turning.will!leave PAL\tf Bill j K'ttoluiioii' were tins' srv-ra.ly :

1 near in* North Gale of''! the City. Addressed polt-paid. 10.CUARLtS an iiHtantnneout and! p.-rmati"nf KA every Moml.ir.7 A M ;PUOL\TA.10 A.M. fl.. IntruduceiLanJ ilnited.' | namely: :

: J. PKTFRSON, Djce and no trouble Seedirrclions. It 5warrant..d and JACK>()NVILLK. ; tfurl.hl) 4 oVIuck. A. M. VV flesoluiou1.d.' 1 V
l ThH.hiatl1.;. Lijiioro cad e/rtiAMmtt.. by No 98 Chesinut Street Philadrlphia. an.1 if not saiisfaclory to he returned. It dies el-' Tlie FLOIUDwill leave ARLKVWN: e'ery Retilced! by the M-tyir aid Alderwn in C.a.e&cone'ued

t'. Bridier Ci., Hotel. '. I! ther black or brown as desired try it. Tuesday at' :i P. M I. lleturiiing. wilt I"RYP..\ -Tliat lie Urdllt.IIIC-IJfllla Itli.n; l tta', 'i! i J' ;. '

\ PAiLipG,,,. Retailer Liquors.. Refreshments. TO L.iltG t'Lt.'i'E1ts. B. E. CARR. LATKA every Thursday .,'7 1'I ; PICOL\TA.. wiitim certfim.liunui literin _.jKCil.M. |I' ,s-rt l >M3l ,
- &c., Charlotte street opposite Bridiers Bowliug May '4. 153., lt i.f July I4 J. b.. .
V.ahlable"rnc..* of Lnifd far Sale. IU) o'clock. \ M. ;. JACKSONVILLB., FiiJay. 4 ltu"n.J..II.y itr!iiii.r '
Alley. o'clock A, M d.atey! alter the word "b-itlM'."* j in :b- *e.:oml. sue .1
- I f B1HK: subscriber as Agent ol thr several owners tone I illie for white the tarsi
wi hiug. very good These Steamers contact with all the interior sciioi tiere! uf. tl.c f.-tluwmy. yIZ: ",
- ML offrrs for.sale some of the most valuable landsin aUo White wah Brushes Coloring 'paints. Alum within If" eneloture ieenlly
STAGE OFFICE. Stages of East FloiMa. and connect both ways with e or wall of tt regalat ,J
I Fast Florida, to wit : Copper 5. Glue, &c the New Ym; Carolina Railroads and! I coutlructed Kak Ihateym ...
OAtt t\t Picoltt Vcil Steamships ug It w.sbli.
ef Ill" Bridier'i City
I Hitel. 800) acres valuable hammock land, West ofFlemIngton April 3 ih. J IH53. B F.. CARR.For the Wilmington Boats. I Ur. !oI\eJ, that suj oVj.iuucle I. lit', WIiiieu.teuL
\ known the Gibbs Lands
I, as Marion Co., .
J PIU'fll'(011 Churlrtlon Jucktouville nn.1 I altered a s in i",J ib.-, (tu' w upvron a.9
-I 11 100( acres near the Alachua Savanna, known as the 88.- :
'cl vio'iiiing! this .
- 111 polish.for Picolata anil Palatka Q\0.\ ikciion of this .r""I..I1I> .1i
CHURCHES.MJ the Carey Grant. with .
starch will
common give linen a on conviction beiorc the :M.iyor.il a WIlt:' .
fur further ) l'.fllo6l.turlf'i'
j "R' ,.tl. i $1401) acres in dan Felasco 1'amraock near New- beautiful ivory B- F. CARR. p Ir culau.lpllly to and l : for the hI oil
Chunk. North side Monuruen appearance p y. : t rH... a $fine .4| I>f*
nansville known as the Lawton Lands. J. W. KALIIWBLL. rhirleston.
"Ire. / dwllir, vrnlt nllcoa.s which! ihIccliou '
f miy accrue u Ct'.
Several thousand acres good and in the Arre. BChLKCIlftSK & FIN tUA: .\. JachsourV!
pile>*l C4"rd. South aide Monument square. Oilllard Table and Ten Pin of "si.t fine nn-l 1 f.. eacu . itoodo Grant. Alley K. :
'Pr,& ." :*:, CA.",'. Oa tit. George street, T the U: UKID. Palatka. Set 251 a line ot Ten dollars wish c',*tft .m ao">;u 7000 acres oa Halifax River South of St. Au. A Magnolia Rt'trtltr bpen thruuzhout
m the ,
ibtsquare. mulaiio
tjjathpf 1tl negio or on rouvtciivu lall! it ilytivestrioes '
Bulow and
,. !MltitdUt EpiHpd Ckitrtk. St. &"ae.kDuwa as PUutaiion having 800 EYt'iainf" TUITIIM. gatijst ihuiur.hii.aiiut- olE 0.1.
.f .T..i George si'eet, Und suitable forcane and Nor 29 nM8tf .1.alhtccuC' te"i
ofopeu S.
acre. MIRXNDA. .
tear M>I \Ia Got UOUMi .n-lie bar back.1LL'tUIU11Oil.
',>. .{ i And several other bodies of hammock land on r'B'MIC HubscrilH-r. at the request of many of hi, V <
navigable waters.The &c. fl. friends lia* bfea iii.luoed to undertake the tuition 2d.Resilced .
I TERMS OP COURT EASTERN CIRCUIT titles are undoubted and terms low-.Apply Hop ofa limited number PupiU.. lie "herefore con 'Ihjt liereai.eli mini otherwise provi
OFFLORIDA. lt ops.Yest. Powders. Cream Tartar.. Saler- templates School! ,I Icda tax oii ixanJuuiirr criiisperdi>y lh 'irJ
to GEO. It. FAIRBANKS. openings on Wednesd-iy the lir.t
:& aba, Carb. Soda. Barky, Essence and collect!! for e-icli sullirt ifi. .
srat4FertbeCointiesofOrtageandSt.nix. Feb 28. 18Si Si. Angustin ',Florida. Lemon day of December rest at the house rvcriiily m rk i, airS,
Orange ('tel, Savory. Peach Spice... Peppermint. as a law otSce by \V. A. Forward. Esq adtoiuini'the occupied Iud occnpu d in tie Veil lin5 of '- ; and it u Uby V
I Lode a til elonnlle School Book Thyme SaKo. I l'nnJ". Ci..namon. Nutmeg. Cur. residence of Ju.lge E. U. Gould. madelhi* ituiy ..f I.aJl1: Maili I 1101 ri-uiii-J
04 the first Tuesday in april in each end ne in vials. English '
mustar all d-li
Geography and Atlas Wood>-ride do Prepared french Mat- lie will teach all the Elementary branches of liroucht to ihe market ant twitt. the tuooureneeofuny -
erery J" \ Oilier urd.l.ayennep, Asst., hauct'a; do. two .n"Clrt't ami di.in..rl'.tr& ,
do. Peter Parleys do, Smiths new Gram Catsup.do English Educationvix., .-:pelting. Keadmg; Wriini" .priSonS
for the County of lImpler. at :lldammlle. tin the mar.Olneys (History of the United States Webster's! Pickles. and Ariihmeiic. Mlioiit he m iy select! IM oiiite with 'linn ill any etau

t second Moa Jay in April ia each tn J every year.] speller and drfioer, Walker's ficaillna".fOlJtberu fist Domestic Preserves A.st. lie wulalso give instructions in thr theory of Surveying lioa be tony nuke: ) /.hill couJ.-um sit .mh Ii II as,

t For theeoo.toruaam.at: PiI'kathIrJ' Tuesday class book gnmuba history of Greece,do da of Rom, Frnir. Cherries Ac. Tamirin.ls.. Navigation.and MeiisuraiionTCRXSFSK may be unbound and ui.iit (if iu --au.l lium sa4

I in, April. each and rrery year. { dodo of United States. engUsh reader, pictorial spelling Brandy Gin .r Olives. Horse ridlab. QuARTCt....Forth- Elementary branches after' llie pisiige of ibis resilui: aw aU of fill '

For the county of Al&rioa/ti Qsala.fourth Monday book. do primmer do reader school reader da. t"rrah Slamon Sardines Retail. ,$6 per quarter half quarter in advance. nhall be mink, riiher "P"nl/ u r covenly u Sit ia.

/April. .j boUt arithmetic. slates, lea J pencils ink. letter paper B E. CARR, Surveying &c $3 extra market bell hat been regol.trly inn-;. and any s.ilo
wafers quills steel note books fcc "1"\JlIUSSin.Jnuf'18Ih.IAS1. m.ide in violation of tbu prolii'iitioa, i u hereby uVcUredtobr .
I For the eouaty of' Alactuti at Newaancrille.. .pens paper. toy : Surveying separately pet quarter G. 00 !
i first Monday ID May.fttf ; 1 LLE.CAUtt.March I Ij Hours of tuition (rum 9 to 2 O'clock.Nov. utterly void i.ud u'4 entitling tbr |Mircliaser -
96ih. 1853; I*, a preference_ over_ any. other_ .in 'ividJi1ch. .,. *?
I c-iaatircf C..I lunbh.ttlii filAM *R IN OS.Fig Pate.Prunes.Bitters.Ghoice JAMES M. GOULD. s **
( : tor. oa the may be present 'at ami I alter ibe ringing of axl bra
LI \ tecen4* Moaojy tt Mator /. '/, I I 1,000 UODit AU:.tT WA.MTCO, E Secant robacco. French Corduls. Almonds 20.1852. and propose ,for any ri h he tuny .e and oV ire 10

FJ-- the cjuvjr ot. UUol..t. !! MaisaUC. II.. on the TU SELL PICTOKIAL AND OTHER USEFUL hickory&c. Nut.., LLe, Porter, Cider. Vinep. UrandyJan. purchase and any person selling &b either openly

W4 lesJay sKlurt' ,Uw f.urw .. 1 |4f j, via/. .WORKS FOR TH- YB\R 1853. CR\MBFRRIE-i.Dr( Apples.Fllltl'a Market or covertly, contrary to the iDltDt ant l .It'l.-tolof

For the cato_ ( Otvtl. Jacksiardle. on the 31.000 DULLAUS A YEAR I5th 1H53. B.. E. CARR.Received ( O ef. B.icon. Pork. Lard this interdiction shall on convict ion ba fore aLe May
: rWtlltah, ur 'h,. : : cheese crackers choice family flour.graham cracker or be lined fit quadruple! the'vjloe of any fiab so suld V

- For UttdMiit! of f St. JohVs.at'di. Adeline WANTKII. in every eouaty of the Uuitrd buckwheat rice,geladne,, corn. starch choice teas by hun wiihs cost* of pro cul uQ. .
the tecoad Moalsy in June. : on and'r"lltrprLtiul men. to engage ly the CaroIjs. 10 Cases choice I wine ,of&c., "A'ew/reJ/Tliat hu llonr. ih* Mayor te ,fne-
M I ,7.ulnu. m the 'sale of some of the best Books in the -. 9 .Bbls. Nice lIam P. E. CARE. ted to invite ihe attention ol Lieut. ). Smih.w

,''I coU' try. T. mea 1IOod i address, P".c a Buiter 10 .Kixes ';btele, 9 dChocolate.. 3 doSS March 12th, the United States Topjgrtplikat' Engineer C*rp ,

For the cttali cf Onnje sal I. St. Lacie. third Miull capital of from 325 u> lOO.sucti, in>hiceni"nts gresa Water 2 Cases flue Cut tobaceo in tin (oil now in this City and (who it is anderstoui. tsvt *,

Tuesday heft the fim M ,",lay in Noma tr will br offerrd as to enable them to mike fr"uj 01 Choice Principe &.c., Segars.at Retail toar of Canal Survey in our State.") U the Irv-

II- (wickcih' rear I8i3. will be the Hub October.;'. to 85 a day profit.O B. e. CARR. Razor Brushes &c.,. intervening between the head of llatanu .iver.sa4 V

I '.''or trw eninty of Pttaam. on th* last Tuesday The Books published. bus are all useful in M.ySl.,853.. IUn llbwIUk,with preparation! ; Wade &. ? mitb'. Creek. th" head of Halifax River,al "&>.

befuf:,tlaP .... 'oftJay in Norrrabr (w'lich! for the their character extremely popular end command. Razors set ready (or use, As lows llsulover" and to tk that he will,if eoosinrotwiih
sales wherever4y ar* o&red. sorted <
____I hr i53.puJ1w :1& .f toiesn'es. Line p Stationary' -nilery.deis",, Accordeons. shaving soap, 1m other trrangements; examine the same WM

Foe tlMti i rf Bumpier' on_the fourth VNorrmber. cJ1u" For .further ttU1j&particulars"',SK.1RS.ad Irrss (rrwiaje, "I'rjBuIUR.puid; ) W B ECEIVEDbyBrlg Tremontan "xeelJrDt ... brushes rings,,tweezers boxes,,strap-cork ,combs hair brr shes.steel key a view to nscenain the pzactiiabiIiiy of ""anig, a
-- II, sortmrntot prime sctews patent (Isn ink stands water commumcnUon to c II4 ,. (which 1oI.IM' U53 :. Stationary, of .
year wall.1t :: IU WilliamSires.tiew cYer'aritt assorted

..... N... : .. tcbratrystb.1e53. I I'York., and I description. .' .for tale at: ; steel, .J pent. fish lines.hook*,cotton twine report lit j the Ci'y! Council the result flC hi*el*
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