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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00048575:00157

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: J"fl| AMCIEHT CIT'Y ["Taking,, ; the 8tarch out 01 'Enl." gcr stake the .

.. ... I I A lot of idlers stood ..upon the end of a pier The,. Ytfrmonter money.coolly pocketed the ten WHITE. VERSUS BLACK'I "\\ ," he w-'nt on, "I was down to Havana I I.dJ

# ,. WJBLKHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT which ran out,Into the Hudson river jn of very -O B- the other day, and being fond ofsmokiq' I bought :'
one spot and as he turned remarked-
The
away, Marshal "done For/'

C. JUjptttingf 8E. Joha
few
County Flo.K the small a cigars for my own use and when
we
towns ; got
near Albany, a few days ago, "We tint much acquainted with smart A few i
your evenings since while that: well known
back
B. ,! to 'York I didn't
know that
CAMOYA
amujtlng: themselves there wool
with hurling !stones into the j.folks daoun hcre'n York,but we sometime take the .troupe, Murphy, West and Peel's Original Camp I be hurt in fj

?1ru:-7iM Dollar pt, annum in advance t broad stream, each Tidssjrith th
He paper discontinued until all arrearages arc i endeavor to pitch A missJe at the farthest 'distance .' \vunt try it on to strangers, agin. I reck'n ycu ---1---, in Georgia, the Marshal of the place encountered arrested-'for on dcwties up' the Broadstreet, they was' '"
mar :
from said--'dctdba
,' ., .I .- at. 1M option of the Pn listeer. Vermonter the shore, when a tall, rugged-Lull I f| mount," he continued, and putting on a broad grin a stray darky, who.I, alternated to slip and he said they must all be forfeited or 'confis-, .

; .... ..'*'\ cf twelve lines and Surf direct from the M Green nil's, sudden- fI I I of good humor, he left the company to their re- quietly,pass him. As. d tbonly a short time cated. and that I could not have '

1 ... ..,.. ':,_"a in their midst,4 and for. 't> ....., ,, r .\tii1"J, 'Ii- J.ir2} tI(. >s.fc d'nn2eI"oot'none. one ii-. ., -"

.I.,> ill. & .We.. eJ.t mOT, ..;.r ?'''' Jiai"closed, theoficere Ppfeed the aforesatdt refiiQ 8il em ea :
Dad's EaP erirneut'ttlth nl1l told I
li me couldn't get none on .
mentce. ... ,
t t- darky had been one of the 'numerous audience r I
Less than a hundred miles from Syracuse, lives 'em entered until had ','
lie 0.. you give permission! and
a- All advertisements must be paid for be- a brawny, !tron:: looiinsTantee, and I who had.been attracted by the merits of,this far- r
t an old farmer, whose given name id Zurv'-a lu .1 c jt* that he rather thought you wouldn't do it ,dew-
fasertiea unless was very decently clad. The efforts of the little famed and who "on his ,
glare by a regular customer. By troupe, was now journey .
had i workin?, honest old 1 Englishman, owning a good ty or no dewty. ,
.. terms tho party been exhibited over. and over again, home '* minus but with fun r.
' HLnillc ar requisite sum may beNNtnd I a quarter, enoughLbrol.d I .
when : j farm of over a hundred acres, and two faithful was struck with his simplicity-his -
transmitted with the "advertise! pe stranger quietly picked up half a brick: : to last him a week. It was, however his greennrst '
boys who have been brought to 'wield the I thought at tho time and
I i which up i was disposed to
lay near him and it
giving it fell
a jerk .
I.L f of these duty to accost him, which he did, when the following overlook what
into the water Ion "agricultural implement, -from one I & might have been an attempt at
a distance beyond the lino '
:;
Acvertiwraents not marked with the took
colloquy place:
!
lave in '
f '" i my story. smnfighng, consideration of the fact thataf-
which bad been ,
Jf insertion required, will be continued as yet reached by the foremostof "Hello, Buck, what are you doing out at this 1 :
I the At Old Zury hal an old goat: on the farm, who i is ter all it was probably pure ignorance. '
and lor. crowd. the conclusion of this feat a c \ e
r.f hour
.' c loud bravo I cnot one of the most peacefully diapered creatures So, I said: "As you eem-to have been Ignorant
tie DoBar win be charged for all l ly ] went up from half a dozen voices around "I jU been to de show Massa to dem
anMMaeements liim.Tt in the world, and on this account the boys takeno only see of the revenue laws, I will enter your cigars
or cindHates for office; to be raid little in his 1 his Camel Ministerells, Led I'sc swine home now" and have them / :
clear in October delight putting lordship on .you can upon payment of the du-
was a day and the men
"
,
te aiancr. in of for "Well!!,whcre'ft your pass? ty. How had "
determined not to bra outdone tap, once a while by way amusement ; many you?
I Wee to DebtM ana Creditors, |7 00 but the without, renewed their attempts ; along time the old man hud noticed that wheni "I ain't got no pass, ''Massa, De truf i is, I was "Twenty thousand on 'em!"

for Letters of AdmioiitnOicHi 5 00 Vermonter saying a syllable flusteratcd thinkin about dat music and dem
ApfScatin i so .
home thousand
to one continued to the i Dilly came ; at night! ho was completely "Twenty cigars for your 0"* Mf
any > pitch pebbles
AffKeatloa for dismissal u Admr., 10 00 I two fellows, Luke West and Mat'Peel dat I come !
.. f far Into the stream which seemed j covered with,mud and water, and old Zury could This alters the case entirely."
to one II ,
Ritertal notices fop private benefit will be annoy how ho should away from home widout dat dockyment"Not "Well not 'dzactly
: af them in { not imagine become so ; so he for my wm use, but I wan
!& nitwit dw Je the rates of adverWns.notices : the who a green declared jacket: he, wouldn't the apparent be leader of I i determined, if possible, tinthe 'would find being able to furnish "dat docyment," the ted some'for my friends to smoke I tew. That's a

r Ait religious will bo Inserted gra a4'feilerri. grrg beaten by out the cause of poor Billy's daily mi4)rtuna.: colored individual was marched off to the Cala all." ,
straight out o' the wools ,
Wtet&A11. nohow"and base and locked in On the next morning the
I Oae ho left the to the rakes *
day hoys- pick up "Well sir
on of the
sliding to the stranger he determined payment duty the cigars
up to ,
t, AH "UK for Job printing must be paid & '. after hard work of Marshal went, bright :and early to the prison
anJ "
nuke brA ;. ( a day's having- i mar be taken
away
.. the! Wi very of the work. -" I, acquaintance.Whcrcdo : I walked around to the where I II where ho had leflji?. colored charge, to carry ,
ridge, Billy gcnerlly '
s ? .: omc from ?" ; "Dewty not arter they're-'wifcrft there ain'tno
:=r AW tetters on business, and cotnmunicamit you r neighbor inquired him bcfor tu rover\..' uiincil. What was his surprise ,
himself it about time f the to
I the other.I I kept ; J&i$ >r goat: go t tI if net y, is there That's what the man said
.... be pNt p4 i,1, to rceeire attention. to the house but there he and on opening the door tp find instead! : or\the
I *'Met Walr !' !ails! from Vermont jes nao\r lay, quiet dry ; that rook them off the cart"
I f
_. f.W seated himself behind determined darky, a very respective! looking while man;-
:
friend!" M Zury a stump, !f! I explained to him that the cigars must a i
; pay
"'fit rt rmtt I' For he stood 'stirinir !iU
some moments prisoner
,
"Ha'nt been in these I ** ta watch his movements, rr th} nit nizht, : duty, and that it was a favor
....- .,.... ... -MY.MMMI NM MM parts" long, reckon ? t great to himself to z
', 1! "Well-no: any rater he had not been there more than sppcj'ileis: "*.itb'TIt7."m?nt. Th prisoner, be permitted to tike
,"" > I Knew Uo Owed the Printer. edractly yen-but 'up and ; them away at all.
I with look of} at IcniMi said
a indignation,
fifteen minutes when who should ho coming "
se(
daown sorter. ., "Well, he said, puttin on his hat, and holding

;, i DT FXOKER.fa I "Yes-so I Rpoged." along the ridge'but the two boys; hit first i impulse I "Wei', this i is a pretty piece of treatment. I : the door ajar, "I hain't !got no money to pay --
? I siall! take an early opportunity to inform th e
"'1 .; oath I MW him Ent f flUle f' I "Yaa,*? continued the green 'un, carelessly, was to tell them to keep back, but upon second town authorities that their po-'ice.! officer was in I dewties; but 111 go up town, up to- street, to .

;. h nyny and we J1df"'fd, ; r'j j-awl seizing: a big billet of wood, he twirled it over thought, he said:: nothin see a friend of mine, and may-be VZ take 'em.
.. ." such a condition last night he did no knowa
-... "Take Dick ''it's ,that
Hank said
load
"
i : "WiA a look lint lod you pl.l6!y.lL I Ih his bend, a d it landed several rod from. the my ; I my out: Qood-artcrnoon!1"

<.t coMoience war at res1, i shore, in the water."You've turn to take the Cellar to-night white man from a negro. The next day,jnst as I was about leaving my
Marshal dumbfounded. He felt
I a little strength in your'arms, neighbor Hank took Dick's load from his back, and I, The was sure I desk, the Yankee "operator". came in, bringing

4 Ia after year I MW him- j .". Dick going down the hill a little ways, soon I that he was not drunk tho night before, and that t with him a dark, Spanish-looking person.. ,

Hit bony look was gone ; 1 I showed himself jtilhin few of where thegoat'caa he had, arresteland imprisoned a negro, and "I've .
I "Some 'punkins in them f fiipprs i : stranger,- a yards I come to get them cigars said he, "that
.. he found his white While
: darky man.
:C.-: ttbpMreeofmindhat.anblred. : I now
.';.. ; ln in aour loawn, 'mOTe' a munth ago, T jdrivi Iyln:g., I his i was arrested for dewties. My friend, here, win
11U pride of nnnh-KhJ flown, limpse the poor fellow was trying to collect scattered -
Ahem are knuckles rita strut thru a board, more'n Billy had already caught: a fi! + the boys, t pay the dewties." .

1 knew he owed.the printer, 1 -'. ;; au inch'nafrtliickr! and was soon on his feet. Hank laid flat on the thoughts' a stranger passed 'by who immediately The necessary preEnaries were gone through ; ;,

knew h fcv the air i "Haw livw!1" nhouteihis hearers, the man grnnd: and Dick, on the edge of the ridge, now accosted the prisoner with, with, and the cigars were taken away. ;

or c-n rat dr ttj.neq.,' 1 i! in the green jacket l'ihing: loudest I presented a full front which did not seem ex-I j I.I "Hello, Luke, what arc you become doing of here"? Wecouldn't I Early on the morning the next day, .as I
"hathad
Tbat pt"f"t'd cUlt everywhere, '- i "!fay be you don't believe ttl" icily to please h3? goat ship} for he pointed for !I imagine; you. was sitting at my desk, I felt a faint tap on my

.. i! "Not much," answered the crowd. him, and down went Dick, to aggravate; Billy to Instantly Ihe'vrhola thing wn.q'macle plain- t! shoulders ; and looking up;who should I see but
He never.a,1vertl&eil then! : t i: the Marshal had arrested LCKE WEST the inimitable -
'. 'Wc aint very .",recn dawn here In York-\re a Ktill'morc! desperate lunge; again the signal rose I my Yankee customer standing over,. ma I I' .

rat: lie never r*" l the new, aint," ui: the fellow in the green jacket; "w 'n and Billy jumped, but just as be got within a few i I! incomparable pcrsonator of negro character' now de du to. 4y!" said he. .
HJattl' hfNdU through ifllora'1f'Botla done the well that he was enable -
who had
so
,, been about, you sec*' : feet, Dick lowered himself about two pegs,. and I negro "ram quite well, thank y on", but what do you -" .
c tbae! aDd m aer luxe. ., to "do the police officer at the same time.-
"Watjes' you look rer,rcontinncd the Vcrznnter fir. Goat lowered himself about fifteen feet into 'want ome note lNothing' '

4 ; No one knew .ba"in u. in the most p lsihle manner "up in.. I a ditch of marsh mud and water. Hank had I,I The whole matter was explained in a few words. ', ," said he "nothin.--got done

No "i e knew Ms ftttmft, aour paountry, we've' a purty big river, considering I canght sight of a small corner of the old man's I The arrangements for washing at the Hall,where t And he gave a hank and a leer that none but

z Ponce titoagM him dead or hr&;p- ; Tnyun river, its called, and may bo you've hat above the stump: and sloped for the Mr, I the troupe had. performed, being bad, Luke had i I[just tt/tA Yankee as himself could give.

(41f1.t c aatter'twas"all the! 11mt'"o : hesidonlt. AVal, I hove' a nun clean across while Dick was not a little surprised at the sudden '-started for the Hotel, in his disguise, when he s"We did that thing up handsome, di 'nt wel"said

,,;f"I" I, river transformation of the old into human was accosted by the Marshal. Top fond of a.1 he. .
I that t'other day, and he C'ame"n: fair stump a .
'M'Th e wkde wtHid ;"I-'d atone' I!
'he
: had allowed
let the
; *' and that too the old man an fifteen joke to opportunity. pass, I TOo thing!" I asked- .
(Th pfiaur with the brit) I square, on t'other: side. being, paces, I .
S.Ye'ltIfn -Jio would not jogs -.J 'JIa, ha, ha,** yelled hi*auditor who by the way, was not one of the most forbearing f j, himself to 'be arrested, in the manner'el we for have, his !j "Why, them cigars' said he. "They was'nt

t : .bnf'd. behind the mU !- j """.1,haow,, yew may laff, but I ken den it person in the world ; and. an ho looked described, and felt himself lyrePa Cute cigars; them cigars was made In Connecticut f'
.
in
,. again." around on the ground, Dick thinking that a club bad night's lodging in the complete manner I I got a factory there myself; and I bad them !
*
1 *
Fo back lie lie wrnt-back-ttcX. "Do. what: ?" said green jacket, quickly. or stone: might possible! be the object of his search, which he-had "sold, the. .police officer.-Ex. 'took up,' on suspic-on. "Ba t folks," he added,

; A diMp; Metrd man ; "I can take and heave you, across, that riveryonelerJntJike started on a keen Jump fdr, the barn. .I'be 1 old : A Cote Yankee. "will, like 'em just as well as the choicest ;HaTannas.

., JOIari-nc la hit Jilile rpHrre, '\2 ; open: and shet'" man made up his mind that the mystery was solve The ,following good one is published in the Fact there's good deal or'dtuP tip \'-

FcQ1ntiro ta frying paart "Bet you ten dollar of it.'t? That night Dick and Hank did'nt come home to I September. : number of Harper's Magazine, It Is { practiced about ciglJ'l"I!

last ;. *" "DonclH the Yankee"and forth I supper. the who himself.i I showed, the imnudfl'nl.' di" nllO unscrn- \'
At iftfpmtf mood. ; drawing an j toldby correspondent signs s- ---- -- --- --* -----' -l o;-o+

He roo* 4 |:rfi dormant will j : .n X, (upon broken down-east bank: ,) he coveredthe I thought I should not bs able to hold mmlf '"Timmins": I| pulous know the door,and he jwent out winking ,,

And*4-wit d'yp thiuk ; ,. bragger's shinplaster -together,as Hank related the surprise of old Zury Among our passengeas coming home said he, : and laughing We did thatthfegnp handsome!"

If raid de JWtr bill r"KIn' you swim fellort" and Ms son,as they stud face to face. ,was Mr. Hnot long ago a deputy collectorin : as if I myself had been> a party to the nefarious

\ 'IJke a dash;" said green jacket! and without "But hold on," said he, "Ihav'nt told you the our port, at the customhouse; a most entertaining i transaction. -- 5 '

lets: die oilier extrrmr, further parley, the Vermonter seized the best of it yet; about two weeks from that time, gentleman; who has no idea that he,is tel .. ,(

lie pab1 shed everywbere r Yorker the one day me and Dick had been working all day, until he is reminded of; lxrcrusocaazt GOSSIP.-If yon doubt the. .
knowing stoutly by nape of the neck ling anything amusing, truth .
'.. =:' ;lVbo lie waa-What be .d. find of the following,just ask J -B_
should ,
1\:" and the scat of the pants jerked him from his ani we made.up: our minds that we it by the loud laughter, rot everybody about: of media
rriet.na of who "
: place at ore. avers that it is "verily TeritaMe.
foothold and with an almost superhuman effort'dashed old dad bucked, for ho hadn't been in the field him. i{! '
Moreover
; ria6'. ;ZLaazzco'cte, the bully heels over head from the dock, at all in the afternoon, and he always' kepta When I was deputy collector in New York, j diBcate beys that there": are more such :

People aaw bU name ; some ten yards out into the Hudson River. _good barrel of ale in the cellar; but when we says he, I was sitting in my office one hot A.ter- I persons "there-away. I>

Apd waatfog"wba-*,be* Iud i ;' A terrific sVQt rang through the crowd, as he Had started,-wbb should we see but the old man. \,noon' when along, sta.bsided'-YLnft e-J loodin; A-l-1 t "A young lady called at the'sho: ]of a cabinet *

rt".'. T"WHlea' :*came.. ;* -, ,\ i floundered' Into the 'water, and amid the Jeers and edging around the ridgeso Dick and me went ow camp in with a kindof guilty look,'' Wi.bat, j! saner' in this vilae to Jcave directions" with him j t jj
'. about she
I tablejjvnich
old dad and there preTtonsly Irircocxoc
There !
over that was: ,1
c ijjzl screams of his companions the ducked tautlyput way. dangling in his hand, his head hangingn onside J
'
!" ; '.,.. a ordered: Among othcf'particulars, she enjoined f
I
People tpreod hia fame .back-to the shore and scrambled up the bank, was the goat and his eyes cast down butVith A curious it him .
make
b
; upon to 'Hinbs small
know adding
the anxious to ,
Ccatom I fSrtr.Ilia half frozen,by this sudden and' involuntary cold We laid flat on ground, kind of .a smile, too, as I thought, sneaking fit-' ;
< I. some 'You-krijOw what I
,
I going to do when what mean, I I
tvbatthe o'dman was ,
[ safe received: ilje aame.] bath. \ fully across his face. lie stood by the door for ?' I;
suppose
,JF*' cITe "JT1 take that ten spot, if you please'said! the was our surprise to see him take the exact position : a minutc'twirting ,his liat, and seeming to be
+:'*... had of weeks before. "With a very.vacant look, the cabinetmaker
profpered ia hia trade Dick taken a couple
shivering loafer,, advancing rapidly to the stake I.afraid to comVforward to where I was sitting. '
'Yon
And still, We said nothing for: we hadn't: seen ofthat replied,. mean legs, don't you1'I ,j
oo prospering any
goes holders. You took us for green horns, eh?,- I "Well, sir"Disked: "what is wanted ?** 'This of
\Vbjr Beeatue be adrertiaecl Well show you how,to do)things down here in kind of sport in a long time ; the old man "Be you Mr. H2" said he. disregard the.tody's modesty Was I '

Ami Pay Printed lilt. *i'ork"-*nd the fellow. c1a.moo'tho! twenty dollar I presented rather formidable appearance, but I "Yes Mr. H-I& ny name." I altogether almost too much; the bear idea", so suddenly t
presented, overcame her?
daunted, po'inted for the mark
1 Billr. nothing ,
MYaes: but be you the DeDutv-.. Collector, of C
.I&ther, look Ja here. "Wall I reckon ycou wont take no ten spots the old man lowered' but a little too lAte, forth I New York 'State?" \ -, - !.-A lad, a day or tao since, was :1

"Wleli sonny whit do you want jisyit, cap'n"Why : goat took him "plump." We heard something answered that: I was the Deputy Collector of called to the witness stand at the common pleas '

"Was George Washington ever married. to r; You've lost" the bet. ,! strike in, the mud, and it wasn't Billy, for the Customs of the city of Xew"York."EdzactJy court, whose tender years raised doubts as to

say body cfeo bat blawiteT"Startup .. didn't calkilato d4uin it hq stood looking down over the riJge. Me andDJCI i his r
"Not edzactly- on says he-"yeas, the very nan I' competency 89 a witness, by not tadtsrtand-

you're A fool-what do you. ask the fust time: -. but I tell yeou flan den i it," and'I'' : pulled for the barn, and in a few minutes want to see." \. !'I ing the nature and obligations of an oath- The ,

'k L* t.r'wh1. in tpite of the loafer's utmos t !fort to escape I wi saw od! did paddling for the hous, covered He hesitated again, and twirled iuVbat more first question put was-'Are you a son of the : a

cos, thia ,ere paper says that Great he seized him by tho scruff and the scat of his with mire from head to foot rapidly than ever. \ .i I I plaintiff The little Mow, crossing: his legs 11

lifti.lnwaa"' the mother this ere country, and and pitched hin three yards further I That night the old man was dressed no.in! his ** and K?
Hryfae the father of riverbktfoj : "What is your business with roe? state % deliberately putting about half a paper of ; .
Washington was
K? ,+it-Jbe aa.f.say her r ia married afore be came over into the river than upon the first trial l! I best clothes' I ventured to ask him if he was : said I, rather sharply. ,ry time'is ton valuabj tobacco into his mouth, replied with the utter .

to hercacb aa awful Kg young 'im." Again the bully returned, amid toe shouts of i going over to sec the Deacon. I to. be wasted.in useless talk ordelay.( most coolness, TTell, oit reported' He testifi- t ,

,
," ... his mates; who enjoyed the sport immensely. ,"See the Deacon! nol I Can't a man: put on "Yaes," said he; "Mzactly so. Well you see, I er "" ; j

A Xu pnJdus porter, said it was so excel 'Third time never fails," said the Yankee, good clothes without going: .teases the Deacon !I" IVe got into a Icetle trouble; and I come to see .0.. 1

Smttwraago thai, taken in great quantities It stripping off'his coat, "I kin deu i it, I tell ye." :"Yes,". said Dick, leaking out the door ; "c'an't if you- couldn'thelpme out a little." I" (complamingiy. hearen't more than : i

!" said the petrified Tic m-1* a manga' and. see the goat, without tumbling in of the bat ';
..fs made him 6t / "Hold on He fingered his hat again, and I grew impatient

have sees the time,' said another, when it And I will da it-If I fir rtIl, to-morrotr morn the mud t" and nervous. Uuiband>((trioiapbaotly wt3'tbafs. afi th. :
.. Dick was gone' and the old dad looking at law allows I .
me. ,
you.
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;., r asked the eulogist. "I give it up 1" shouted' the sufferer,, between bootiikI j stepped out:of the b:.;Hoor.--Spirit your trouble? and how can I"help you! or wh;,. Uprightness andjiontttj, are geet; worthy ef4ntcrcitr ,

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i t ArIcUItuieThese Silk cannot b dyed full scarlet' S Th Elections.FCBTBER Cottou !iarkeg.Uplands '
: A Rcmakable Man Tito Reward. Fixed facts in ;
of Probity* I',I 'be assumed as fixed fadslnagri- butacolorapproaching.tt.roay be given' to silk cndorscinen"'by the People of the are ranging in Savannah and.
may ; by first it in crimsoh7 then dyeing it with Ohio of the ton, at from 9 to 11 cts., without adeclipresent t. V
Andrew Johnson' who has jtist been elected : culture : V dyeing ,two great States of Pennsylvania prospective.. .
the most popular carthtm; and, l stly yellow, within heat.BLACK. ., .
Tennessee (over \ administration
I which clover the and popular
1. All land* on or grasses- successful prosperous Los Corrox. The
Goernotr SUte Henry, whose oratori-' .'Logwood and copperas are market not opened
Mijor green at
I must either have limejn them naturallyY'Or in
PIEBCB and his Cablntt fc-gien
are grown of President all in Charleston, and there has been V
is
of
h&rdIylCCODd to those any other I that mineral must be artificially commonly used ; but f.he color _improved by otdy-a few
gentleman In the Union! ;; vrz* extraSrdmafy : d. It matters but little, oyster shell or marl sup. Qntt boiling; the article in.decoction of galls and the result of the lat ctionsin tl1 above States. ba.Jvlotd in Savannah.the first, aaej at 8 cJi

man. Indeed, there is more 'in' hk history tin I pli. 2. AU permanent improvement of lands'must Ancl'a1de -bark. -It previously dyed blue or Ill Ohio the Democrats carried tho State with the last week' sales-foora SI"to 3Sc. She mr
industry and 'amblrtionin ,brown by walnut peeler it will to still ket.of course, in Savannah, la not fairly opened
: ourago probity, energy i look to lime as its basiL means the overwhelming majority of Tnnwr FivsfirocSASD. -
Hi! the youth of America, of all deeel; iays S. Lands which have' been in long'culture better, -G.tnMn.tovn 7 l grlp'ACi ; the Democrats Buyeas pretend to fearlhe Rumtan' and TajkuK
a.t'ot ; While in Pennsylvania difficulty will affect the price of Lo to
Star. than other .
i the Washington In.t any' : -4 V : ,.
; public man w4 kqow of At two years of age, lime will be and benefitted it is unimportant by application whether of phosphate the deficiency of- \ DUD ASD ANOTHER APPOINTED. gained a great victory in the election of their of- and hold off to see if there will be a war 'ta

f Mr. Johnson was (wo learn from. those, knowlI I be, supplied in the form of bone-dust, Mr.-Emdricn Hcllvaln*, .a brother of Bishop fic rs bv a large majority. Go it Democracy. rope bnt this is all gamraon.- The Sea fIIInd

n3gi of his early history we place every confi;. native phosphate of lime, compost of fish,guano ashes, Mcllvafpe* who"was.a first class ($DOO). cierk in 5 V -luU + fc- ** L S is a limited crop. and islaot brought in Ktixfilor

(lenee," Ul inmate of the alms house of Wake or in that of oyster shell lime or marl if the, the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, died 1rPsiwxs abroad frequently address ira< Turkey, but in England and Fn. Th price
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has advanced under
county, North Carolina where he remained land ne until his eighth! year. whsn he was apprenticed Philadelphia and Joseph T. Adams, of Massachusetts which shows iU consumption is tncreasmir b
4. No land? can be preserved in a high state that there i is such
j i to atutor.in IWeigILIi& master, if he failed fertility unless clover and the! cultivated bag been appointed (for examination) in -This i.sto notify them no yond its production. Buyers do not hestii!
t t( hate him taught eten the rudiments jaf an of in.the course of rotntiol1.It grasses arc hi* pl, Washington Start 11 f A, i 'paper published here- GI" nr the State of Florida about Upland Cottan, although I European wae

Engh'&h education. )least"trained him up to Jove Mould is in'1iI ihlf in V soil and now., The "Florida Uer Id' was published last. would affvct its consumption much more serf
I the truth, wprk hard, and be straightforward in rc"'I every V TUere ousey than that of Sea Island.: Don't t>e aUrmciL
several advertisements
n hc:Wiv winner "n nlon h. nreserved through about five years since. are -
hi. f.:11ings with every one. When his" apprenticeship THE ANCIENT CITY. gentlemen, there will be no war in wlifeh fi
the cultivation! clover an-1 the nra<;s' the tur. and blhcrmattcr in our office directed
commercial nations
; Mr. Johnson married vroman great of Europe wifl'bgaged.
was up,
after his own heart who hnew from books to be nins; ; in of {(n <*n>)., or bv the ant>1ication of to the Publisher the '1J1 ; ",which we. do And even' if Russia and Turkey eron en
rit-It in the elements of !
moIJ.
abla M aid him in mastering tha arts of reading compo t.An: lul cr.nctnraf animal not consider ourselves authorized to inscrt in the: [anees, very'little blood wfll'safScc to ooI oft
S ly ( manuresinTnaecd i i14rfO I V _
and writing.On ; the waripinf -
in value and lheir benefits 4VI columns of the "Ancient City,"
pro
marrying just after ho cama of a e, he Now we imagine the true reason whyof
''onI. 11,* ailm xtufe salt ; QJeTI
with"plaster
I onpulverl7e :
enjiprttiHl to Etsrn Tennessee, tru4ing -bare ; ? rharcnal. FATAL ACCIDENT. Long Cotton stand off,s, they. have accounts
t'xjtod.: it is Mi t1, with hi" faithful hetp'nu by < of a large increase of phiitinj| in the Sprint aa Vmapr
hi i. fiiJe,and,his puck en his hock. Assiduous 7. Deep plowing crentlv! improves the productive Os yesterday afternoon, a colored r\ma1e child flattering account of iU promise t&rtgih

labor at the tailor's trade for his portion in that wc-t.power of every variety of soil, that i is ')e1 nging to Mrs. WILLIAM, by some means fell the Summer, and 'therefore,judge there .9tle a-

I r-.ion; and br that! timi, by dint of bard stuJyd.irn not 8. alib: oi1in? Round land thnt- i is. land tht _-.- into a'cesspool:in the South end of the,city. On I large increase in the article in market Uis seasen.
: bis leivire moments 1 e had come(actually And although they have heard bad
t ; .. - ,. is pot w't is eminently conducive to increased discovering her awful situation, assistance was j attnuuts.rom
a man or considerable general tmormar.cn.J Udrl" EQUALITY. Or FEDEHAL BIG1ITS Jl>O DETEKMISEDRESISTANCE ( the crpp on the Island and the 'na g
-z a'good talker on the stump, ho.wavent consecutively pryuuction. .v V I I IP. TO ALL WHO O I'Os.' TIIrM.ttv immediately rendered', and she was taken- out Plantations of South Carolina and tieorgia, ftrr

fee a term of t .o''eU't to both br&1diescJlIw AH wet Undjiihonld be dra nccL .. alive, but dfcd'a' few,hourfc-aflcrwards from"its trust FloriU win more than make tap the c1eJ.

LVp'Jature, ,,JFrom tVnceii writ transfer i tolO 10. AirgraingoWshoutybe j! harvesjedtrom: effects. notwithstanding every exertictiwaa. used riency., Be not deceived, geatfcmtg*.rJthCRh. .
1ysbefI- th rollt'kitf1'M" 'T ,
3 : AIT .WIN.Ei '
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rvJ tooths H6n<*c of Representatives of the ttn1ttaStates. 05 i" 'f. "* -. -* "- *e.bOdatof'saeaH 40 .
wherd he Keryed six year*. .As a member 11. Clover.asweuiujl movetfjjvhen hepra* "*,inteKa3dfor :S t rdi1yOctober a 2 a;.,1853.ARcnts to restore her. ,V. :, I1' '-r. l'rT rftR; wpeffinf ,, .r..: .'
hav. shonld in h'nom.
of Congress, ho haft beep distinguished! for .L V I'Counfies, there is no Te
12 Sandy land canhini"t eflictua'lj 1 improved IT' WE cairthe! attention of the puLic to fygreatarooant ptantej
the integrity of all he diJ. Whatever tiny bethought at last, and bur crop which were so promun
of views such as he at times! takes of bv clay. When sueli, bindS renuirei.Umin! F for the Ancient City. >-. the condition of the "Old Spanish or Maria Sanchez before the rainy beaon st in. have Kt red

public affair*, ill do him the justice to believe or annHM nm'insr. the I'mc into or mar comport'} is most with beneficiallywnenmide clir. In XRisvs. n'iSREE" C.\XO A,-Jackson\"mch. bridge"and (its walls-the u st and ,l'8tcnd greatly, in many ways. TBe Gras, which the

that a more uprizht It islator was never in the slacking, lime, wU 'rine i Is letter'than w,ter. !{,j. Jon?'BEARD, Tallahassee.. S of its cl.uscwal1s being washed away and tlir rain would not permit to 'die-working the crop
Congress of the United States. when too wet, rot, and worst of alf
Mr. Johnson is not moro than forty-seven 13. Tho chopping ajld"pri Vnr of grain, to -R. T. BoyD, Esq. Klatka.J51 1 stone is probably: talen off as it fells down, be- nearly$wo weeks rainy and cloudy weather, a spefl after of

be fed to stock, operates a saving of at least The above named fgcntler.cn 'atithoriscd sides from crossing i when
ate
years of age at this Urn, having seen as much people arc prevented : much of'he crop was.open beat andsprvsled

j public service as almost fin V other own cf bK: twenty-five 14. training cent of w lands. ann marshes addsto V tSrecelpffcr us.-. tides are unusually high. A few cart-loads of in the field, a heavy percentage of every crop '>

; age notwithstanding the rials and drawbacks the value, !by mikin them'produce more and' oyestcr shells and sand would "fill up the street//, Upon the whole, we do 'not believe half d1t :
bv which hi* early wore1 srtrid1Zta4Ce in those Counties will
years yield half what
better by producing thatn enrlier and by UE1IovIL.V at each to the crops
Tfttcoiwin.tipimiiy crops end'preventing injury causeway, when it
they promi.-ed commenced
t ,._ .4- improving S the health of neightarhooda. OCR OFFIcE has been .removed tothe corner ank'makc a dry walk-the bridge itself is con- Some few planters will realize a Cilr yield npenittjg bat j
15. To manure or lime wet lands is to throw
I Yankce LicnfcnndC.I manure, lime and labor of Charlotte & Bridge Street,-opposite to the si 1crcd'unsafe for horses to cros"sJnctitingt'n ; the whole crop of Marion will net add sutUdentIr -

I Lieutenant Sheldon of the U. S. Artillery, a :i 6.. Shallow plowing away.operates to improve1 tho 'MAGNOLIA' RRTREAT."' 2 !
strange, iron-hearted man, stood Lr his gun at soil, while it decreases in production. 4. merely ."P( non- the prhetho'tIiere was 'no 'ireecoiimlion. ( -

I th1:1tUeofLl.coYe Mill, (Canada) until every 17. By Btablfng'and shedding stock during' arrWE refer our rca-lcra in another columnto al," But decidedjr Holland. VhlRar: So we say to ourfriemLj the farmer, M<1

: other man had left it. The enemy, seeing hisrendition the winter, a'snvlns;of one-f.viHh.of the fowl"may the new advertisement of groceries ind dry WE cannot. (however' good; are the ground* at on for at least last season's best je.-?!

:I gun but, sent he maintained a detachment big totakc position him and tilt the the bo effected'that is, one-fourth less.food'will answer goods received lately by the Schooner Miifayfu- V our command, to'justify it,) condescend td'.11ow V IKrrer. .. V

column.c&mft within close pistol shot! ; wh n he than when of the such we/vther.stock may be exposed toinrtplJcn.icg car from New York, \ the sole Editor, (as he would"be thouht to be,) We hsve a d *pAt.b dated nt rbilatetr, V

touched it oft The order to fire haj been i in which sv5 THE DEMOCRATIC Y.\JORITY'
given :of that chaste-sheet, the Florida Repiillitan,
,
A of
18. bushel p' stpr prr'acrL, sown broad IN PENSVUTAXIA_\ WILL EXCEED TWEV-
The WoathcrSIXCE '
the instant the
\ same infancy, arranged somewhat coast. ovcrclover, will adB 100 cent to Its- die billingsgate,. which is put forth in iU last .
,
per V TY'THOtJSAm B th branches of the
in'the form of a semicircle in the woods .. our last issue, Eolus has paid usa lengthened > K-gMa-
produce. nunber. Tlierc is little i in that' hard' labored ture will bo democratic.''' Thrco conoTidatjneanihilates.
and when the smoke cleared S
away, only cue out and'rather unwelcome visit.! On
10. Periodical ? of
app1icaHon ashes tends to Saturday
studied{ effort of notice. Wm. C. Patterson democrat and
of the whole detachment was standing\ on hi* I out badly worthy
Veep IP the 1 intesritv of soils bv supplying most, evening last, the7 Wind commenced blowing from Geo. II- Hart and 31. W. BaMvin
feet, and he making rather accelerated "tracks"torthe'roHL The adroitness, with which its author tiy'tsome whigs, ar*
if "t nl' of the substances.Sfl. .
Sheldon once refused to take off] n organic the N.: E. _and continued increasing steadily till elected to the assembly from PhiUiMp'iuC BU
H Thoron preparation of hnd I r. nbsolutc- of the most important" points, in those rc-
;. his lint in a Canadian theatre, while the orchestra Monday ':night when it blew a regular pile! accompanied i K. Price, consoHJationi! i.eTected to the senate
fo
I Ij lv the successful and
luxuriant otI
j played "God sAvc the King," when 'an En'is1inificer I Ij gr'wlh nccfssnrr cr "". with torrents of rain.' Or. Tuesday I narKs of ours, which caused the uncorking by 1000 m:JlritJ.BMD4 St
j reminded Imp. of Usnojjeit, He ma}<. J I !wrathRCCms to be sure, a little strange, coming
21. A* n/lant: cror cannot be trrown for a morning the rain ceased, the clouds disappeared THE PKIZE FIGUT.-Camo off st Bostxi Four .
; v itne reply; which led to a dual. A friend ofMieldon uncommonly straight forward a Simon
cnd' ycrcd to tlissua-ie him from fijihtintr s..nsson. or years, n1e'!S rare he taken tprovM but the wind continued unabated in its fury, froni so fromthe'"Aafonif1 Corners on \V(In lay. The parties tatghJ.SJronnoX
1 nn l nply an equivalent for the substances Pure as a"onvcrfet1proshvery" man
{ Riying" that t'e. ought to npologidc for'hisuaduct'iu on this morning arrived the steamboat GtrollnalCapt occupying minntl'S. Sullivan puaWfred
1 carried ofl the hnil'in the product.?grown thereon. ) not .Aw "Era"officein regard )his! opponent severely at etery roaa-i
th very -i.
} e cstablifchoff' custom, requlrine
ftr.v.jais to be"uncover**! wiicti "God save the !I V ( WILLEt' ,) from St Johns river, havihgex. to tie! tit!, of the paper in question, we as I lIe alto cl'e\T"the first bloo.1 It U Kaid tint Mufsri V
22. To'preserve nvalows: in tVir product- a'vcry heavy sea during her short trip is-sph't right am hat,
sy's nosa down
bill
Kinjr" was layed, J!i9'ild l lave been itisperted.Sheldon in' bound .succomb to one, who, from his V
trcnefs it !5 nec:* to harroYr then duty .is.
ary everv ser outside the bar she fsce No blood*
detained here the completely disQgurod.
was
however J1J by ww
was :ii !
I cond "tlolJ'iQJrJrN ro'l them.: reputed ion wjtf it, must c/ necessity -
; ins.fn(1 fonricr
a'nnn.- connc i drawn (
; rou Sullivan and he left the rfc
nooe
his fri"n j told' him that his antagonist never storm until Thursday morning, when she! took :;
2H. AH stiff clftv<* arc b"t>pfitte'l by a:fa'l' nnd'w be better :informed on the snbjcct tne worse save a black the
missed his aini and he I eye.t expiration
C1:1tl'lm if
wa* a hethought. her in the midst of rain tile
departures heavy
>ntr plowinsr hut HlionM neverbe ;
; plowed of itbui tLa Qiious- of tho C7throun.da ilhturbance. occurred in tin
gall know *
"Then, 51 :' Jon "there wiU 1two"dca.lir.nn > f tli-in we, who nothing i
l while tlsev are ",.. If. at snrJi nnwings, the 1 storm seemed to have abated a little in its strength, ring, and when time W.-H up, SuHivan tILl not
They fought the
J fell dead at Ih'o first fire., &a>Shc-1-lou Eng'iUhofflccr was rl.r.fh t t 'T\'t rb\1v dcepene-1, lime, marl orheap'lied. owing probably to the incessant rain which fel ness of its principles an'l purposes I hear the second call, ani not com n up tvi

j also shot through And'throtl*h. He however :1C I"e ch"nM during the previous ni Jit.it; also veered"round There arc in the article under. lilUtil r:1tion, i i time, Morrw-wy was declared the victor thou;
st", Youn .to$;k should V>o rnoderalelv fed short and over stretch i it certain fcwmor
sir months ftnd 5 several egregious coming, j wa a roundwoild hara fla-
lingered forsoaia! died
on
finslly wilh; min. io th,\\ winter nn-l receive nprn.1g to'tlie S: W. *
;n- O'ton. He retained hi* almost unnatural ings of.fact; which ever'so worthy of it, we islfedhfm. Thus Morrissey was cUrcd the
'I1'I1I1i.rtn : prorcn er, it being essential to -** > winner though ho was in reality beaten. It Uprohablvithc
fearlessness and hardihood to tho I hst, an\l'\)111.1 keen them in fair ranflition. In order that'tfie formation V S JlINOLE-- I.\DIAVS.: cannot now, spare tim to bestow further comment -
C"t"Of't his friend, a% they stola to his Vck1chai<er bottle will be fought over again.Jforri .- .
with, "Walk in, piTUhearcrs Kuftly, wilk i in.'" ormu icl<*, '>OrA Ac., may be encouraged THE immediate and final removal of this war- upon, There is however, ona thing there
1 He was a Pittsfield fIIin. and was '& ch stuff as %n,<'l continuously! caTie on. like tribe of Indians, from'oar State, r:1n.b in,.wt.icht'IJ.miy not without injustice our- iyed! no "ucience."-BvtonS'aletmn.LAVERTTHB .
3. Milch in winter should be in
cows, '
kept
j heroes are ni do of." drv moderately' warm but well ventilated quarter the attention of our citizens, and will in all prob- self leave, untouched. The ingenious though I Fi5M.B.--The Baltimore pa').,n

r I *. be rejularry fed and watered three times a abilhy form a matter of much animated'discussion far from inffezuov* gentleman, (so to speak) in- received by last night's inall.,after the Cirfgoiti;

'iktorLue.' dar, salted tsvicp or three times a week, have I Iclean among all) ClasscsVOfS the community, and timites, tlLlt'we ain to disparage i lh.3 potion of was in tyi>*, contain a telegraphic despatch di.
3. Choose thfc path of virtue and imitate bed be ; I Inn t" a *, curried daily and in addition to
taken He knew
may be up by political partizans, and thus "employee" in a printing office: I who foaghf with Yankee S iHivnn
high pattern. their k\n? prcven ler,. should, receive' succulent onWc'lnestlay
2. Do all the Rood in thy power, and let S every 1 fOM..morning and evening.- rendered a subject of party test. We have noctoub't full well slupicd aa be may be ; that hia assumption wloCI2.OOO nwr Hxt'n

action be useful. .\ 26. Full compliments of tools and implements ; ,. but that there are some of the political wa not warranted by any thing we said Four Corners, on the line of the Xew York aaV

3. Cultivate thy mind carefully-it_will bo a nrhusb nlrv are intimately connected with thejjurrrss opponents of our:worthy Governor, who'will ,nsc and"tlicreforc was he grossly dishonest in making Harlem railro, died this af:ernoon from tho ef
store of; reflection. "rt'Ct*dtbe injuries hdjfeecNTt-d in the brutal
pleasing -- of husbandmen. enco'intcr. -
,
this subject in to' him remarks in thattcgarl.prc-I
endeavoring cmSarrassment that
S -auso assumption-our an-fncal
4. Da diligent in thy business, and strictly 27. Capital is notonly necessary to agricultural His face was so cut and H -at
upright in all thy d ingt' success but can ,be as profitably used rn ; and to. retard him from procecuting sent no "new phase in Ikmocra ,"-ther term. as to present a roost horrible vpuctaeta Warmnrthve 4

5. Investigate affairs closely, and engage in farming fiR in anT other occupation. 'vigorously, all'the! duties of his office, but their "ignoble- used 'by ns, was apfKci) to tie been Usuo-l for 'e arrentof Yan'c-,,

them cautiously \ 2& Punctuality" enwigcrfients is us neecsaarr efforts will! be in vain, their projectiles will C-dl character of the vile paper in whose ushering before Stillivvii w U as P>r tlw four sectvvl, \.J

0. Lay thy plan* with prudence-, and be prepared to an agriculturist it is to a merchant I I harmless at his feet. Wo know h his denia\> heKan. William Wn. mt Atrful GanCo a'-t
Gav. RROOME insulted 'c. ?, (raingrc
an pM Tom O'lonne1.r .
'r has
a caused
1 for emergencies N29.. Every huRban to be a man of mind, .man of and i is repvtol to liavc had,in former days, tmcnt lathe "' This .
f 7. In difficulties be patient and overcome arid-digest matters cAntieefcd with his business, energy perseverance currently "I .r. *,wepre 'imteflf :J-
i them bY' perseverance TreTsuccess beihg'ns dependent upon a full knowledge who .Iooks down with disdain on.the an agency.' We appreciate honest industry ally decMestKe bet In favor ofSollivsn

: S 8. Do that first, always, which needs doing of, its principles and details as that of the political tricksters-who hurl their darts at'him. wherever' found:and as to th, jiutly respected
most with L4TlaYaTh ?.fextca Tie itca in&Mp T-r '.f
or physician a of the
\ 1 ?: JIaTo a place for every. thing'and' everything lawyer"science of law or physic. knowledgv I lIe knows the people are with him, in carryingout trade of printer; ''ignoraraa," or not we know ,ha.4arriy' 11 at New Orleans! fnrn'V-ra Cr*'.

ip Us place. S 30. Wheat, rye, pats, and barley should never -I. those principlesto to'which h'c referred his of toAmany great nameRJ. sociatcd with it-leaving I bringing al vices,from.the City Mexico to the,

S -' 10. mali things he without' meanness : follow each other in course rotation; there. late, able and eloquent m&ugurU address, and out of the account that of the erudite,Editor 3-1 inst They are, however, generally miovportanh

md'c mbine utility with elegance.QucstlouvYTcil :, should always be an intervening hoe-crop between 'i therefore, we are'confident that he'will! fulfil. laithfulli of the Florida Rep&lieAn-for ne, even to dream i -
j them. "- A- ifexican war steamer had left Vera Cms
Answered. k : ; and discharge conscientiously, every iota of uttering disrespect towarJ the faithful prac- tho 8th inst .with three
r 81. Weeds should never be p nnitt nn'm', : on hundred troops C.
A sophist wishing to puzzle Thales, the Eileslan i ture .their seed on a farm, but-hpulledup' or I I of Ae many onerous duties attendant on the office ticcrs of ihe noble art But more anon. Yucatan.where it is said a revolution has oc

one of the wise pen of Greece, proposedto : cut down aft qften M they show thcmsclveft,such he holds. But no- to return more mmedi.at .' -4.-. curred. S
:
him in rapid succession the following difficult being the only effectual method of' eradicatinsr ly\\ to our subject, we give it a* our opinion, Yellow V Fever among the Soldiers Don LinoAlcart ,lm appoints by Pr-:-
uestiOM. The philosopher replied to them all them. To ensure this result the ground should that the Seminoles who : at the Gnrrion.Tampa.By : dent Santi Anna a, ini.ctt'ror\ft nixec!

without the least hesitation, and with how much be planted in corn anr} that kept'ck'an. now occupy the most a private letter. dated Tamp, OcL ?th, GeaJ TorncI, recentlr ::"' "

propriety; and precision, our readers' can- jude 32. Time and labor devoted tb the collection p'roductive portion of our State, ought to be removed we learn that Gen. Chi1d.%"ComJMndi 1:at Tarapn -. -

S for th nisetves. naruls( to be converted into manure, are the thence as soon as possible, as to the mo- died on the night of the 8th, after an illnessof NAVI.-The U. S. frigate GJumbb, J. O.

S What is the oldest of all things? God-because .. most(fruitful sources of profit in the whole range du, operandi by which thtir removal is-to be only'two days and that the physicians have Pendergastv commander arrived at thU port

be always existed. of farm economy. effected it must d pronounced the sickness- in the Barrack, Yel I yesterday, in 19 days fronrPcnfiacoh! b
.
What Is the most beautiful The 'rcrld-because St.The. orchard to be productive S of good, stances pend'cntireTy uport circtfn> low Fever. In the town Tampa there U but r A brig chartered;by thegovernment'tofmas
it is the wck cjf G.od fair fruits requires to"Be fed as much' as does s It is desirable that they should be removed litt'c sickness, and no apnrohen ion of the sprcai' to thw port the survivors of the oCBocn and

What it the greatest of m things Space.. 4>e- field.of grain The soil of each requires that ; ; as their very presence deters settlers and of the yellow plague.-Fta. Mirror. I crew of the u Steamer'Vixen, (Lieutenant Com

canse'U contains'all that is'created. substances abstracted by the crops shall be i plthtcrafrom'locating on lands possessing rich manding Swirtvrout). left Penwcola four day .

"Whist la the'quickejt of all things; ? "Thought rtxComl The Roil Ab9'11ft' be kept clean, andeiv ': aoils consequentfyitEeae 1 tndt floflda.S ... II previous Uifrsadki; ? oftb Colnmbia, and hi. *

: I -Jbecittfes in'. momentjt can fly to tho end ofihe :-( to too. iDtuoni WMT-.ICflnenec*' the sun:the :, useless mch-of are for the time' Fron> what wa,haveI Kgertcd icr; aeveral"months .u11do J..mdebJJ; e4' :d .

,, universe. r dewf,the rn:_nd the air-' nd the bark of the ibcmg ; ca'pttaT se kY locality in past, we have every reason to- believe I The.C .f 1

'& *Ia the strongesti Necessity- because trti'' lonldhp-kcpt in a healthful l condition by another State, where their persons and proper. that we are about to lose quite a number or car Ilbn. Sot 'Borland*, oaf Klaste to Otrs -.

it makes men face all the dangers 6flifc. erspn rr, when necessary, and by alk&Hna b. ties will be Sv ciire from the incursions. of sava citizens, as well as their personal property, br a I I Americas jrhtre she landed him on, the 27th of
What is the most difficult To knew i August, underasalutoctlTgunA 31 T. Jfir-
your inz. -
0 ges. It is necessary that they should be tide of emigration towards" Florida* and which I
removed
self.What is the jna t constant of all thhg-4? IIvpc, AN ARRAT or OaraAXs V 4b. --The. Howard As- for while thepeist!\ in our midst,. they wm really Florida, seems possesses to be but on-a the sprinkling',of. population Til- true I i tar. I)1AI _.. D_ _

because it itill renoins with roan: tftcrhe, had orialion of New Orleans, announce that they; Always present an insuperable barticr, to the extension compared to her vast ..extent but tho success !: A MOCKBX TaArxLtcit.-Sir Gcorp ,

lost. CTCrYthIngeISe.. Have cow about 300 orphan children under their I : it our internal improvements beYOUdVcertain a which seemA to.attend the agricultural pursuitsin from Montreal arrived in Chicago, a fcir:daTa
charge, whose Tn fen t'l have fuller victims to the lin. No this ha* later L ago by the Michigan Southern nulroad. 1!.
given
? frpulae'togrowerabh
internal'communications State, an .
Since the dwcovery cEo! in C&Ufprna, six hundred epidemic, and that th& Association will h\ve.n be can of long'and? ghortr cotton : has tweatyonc dogs with him, threo servants
to
I staple
established ,
ships, it is said, have 'goub round 'Capb surplus of nbcut $ 100.000 settling all tbejr i j between the. extremities of the seek its virgin and productive soil and with fee : four tons of baggage-comprising any quantity
I
Horn into the Pacific wUah fcfc'e not returned. ltabilttiec5, ._ I State, white they occupy their present position. exception of the article of cotton the resources i of guns knapsacks and other shooting utensils.He .

r Some were broken u p at San iVantucxy eom -- It is equitable an J'jut that they should bo re- of the country have been comparatively : leaves a few days for Minnesota, lo>ta e a

found employment in the Paci c. The abstraction Dyeing.Afewf moced, since by fair treaties they have consented ed': the climate and'quality the Oil giving unopen peculiar -. : hur.t,.from thencejz will proceed to Texas tospandthewinter

S cf thi Urge fleet from the Atlantic' OceanS recipes: r dyeirog'on a small scale will to leave, arid also by right of'actual purchase advantages in in this article/'over the !: the ,an4designztaldnancxcursioiat
of the which has Rocky Mountains in the Spnog.
one causes activity prevailed
be (
S o na'very efri able especially when tho Southern States. Florida lands are abundant .
rcguUr land which o -
in'the Eastern yards the last few they now occupy belongs to the >
ship during dyeraare not it hand The articlesfor bnt value W
the
State orUnitedV i.nin everyday. ,bope none of' : THE RECETT Coxxr.Beports on the new comet -
years. :. respective colors are merely given, as the"rdptsof States. We would' have them our citizens who have late v removed from Fairfield from nearly all the principal observatories In

-- -4Lduio.Severa1 bores..- thieves shade mast be at thealScre. or tho.Opel'a removed if possible by peaceable means, but if to ihe El dorado of the South will hare cause i.Europe, have been received. It has been distinctly
arresteJ&tSt -
LouiA on the Jat.1 &!. 'The were Demo tor necessary let force be used. We are not advocates to regret it; but that they may realize their ful : visible at Diepper France, from ths tea V

crat of that date say : LILAC-Archil, a root to. be brought at the for th shedding of human blood, we do Jest expectation good health (?) and high prices: shore-a double gratification. The astrcnootsr
djruggists. The coOI", whichjs powerful and furthermore, that In'a,few years they Hind it miles and to
very not desire to see tho may assign a dfcmster of 8,000
Romor sword unsheathed .
Lints strange story about the fate of but at an '
is extracted in boiling. return to their native District'tO enjoy the re- i its Wi &length of four-and-a-half m31ion and a
one John! Brooks and a.confederate,both of whom the samp time, we do not belong to the drivelling manant of their days in 'and i
NAXXKECC. Boil peace quietness breath of sixty
jual quantities of Spanishanaito 250,000 ; distance from the earth -
were arrested in this city about two weeks ago, cjass, who Vfill stand idly by and with hearts overflowing with thankfulness
an l ncurUsh i iff water till dissolved.BLUE. see their right toa eight millions of miles.
cf Iliiacji V
and delivered to some people who had r .
tr benign Providence
followed them here. They were taken for horse- .-Indigo is generally used but as its topjed; ctlkmpwiiv trcscTet1 and i memrDd a & "tu. JYi1Wor-8. : TUB EscAn: -e-
MrrcHtu, 3kZTt. Till
thieving, and were carried to some county not preparation is not so simple as other, it will be b3cn;uof regwdjed,bul on tf* contrary,open ,-: .-_ latsir FATXIOTS.or The of.L'D John HitcheS
about seventy miles northeast of this i better to purchase a bottle of blue dyo.YcLLow. ly nd! repeatedviolaled.. is escape
mentioned la Conclusion! wewoultfasfc lIwnR./"Tt :reported that Bryant Anderson and John Martin, two more of tb Irish exiles,to
eXj. A party of farmer from thatrvgion return- .-Pustic chips, weld or dyer'ir weed, what opinion these very Indians (who well known' throughout this region, as a a certainty. the editor of the New York Test

city led to our and yesterday related that the tameric or Dutch pink. Gator may be produced by the way are a shrewd murderer.ana. perpetrator of other crim", was has perused letters from Austria ta thoir particular -
had taken the of the hone- by toiixing the an. observant people) shot dead in
inhabitant
cases : requisite portion of blue with eitJ' Calhoon Ceunty, on Saturday morning friends New York which speak of
thieYeI'kp their own hs.&d&, One of them was of the preceding., would form of our seeming inactivity in not demanding last The person, committing: tha deed is the manner of their city but, from fear that

badly horsewhipped, his back being furrowed ,allover RID.-Archil, madder. cochineal, and Brazil the\ fulfilment of our treaties with them7, said to have deli Tsethken his stand for An- their safe arrival In escape this; country, wooil M -,.

with the lashes' while the other was unttrtmonbosly Wood are employed to give silks bloom, else it Are they not.a people to whom if you yield an. derson,and abeL him while passing. Nine buckahot jeopardized by a publication'particuUr*, &*
hung! is only used by itsdf whtn LOac Vtntei' inch will V entered1 the body beneath'the trln
i takf aaeU?, : arm, causing editor has been requested torefraic Cram ;
ainstant deatk-JTorfanjw (Flo.) .,1i,. them ptiblid for the presenLc6fiJ : .

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; Iro.s Hales for Lady Pr1at i i ;:' "" nail rArntugcmcutt. :"" L-: Tax,Collector's 8aJBy >< felSOr Alex. Coa ..Barl'J.. cmta.pher "

iii at tr 1. Most be at the office.whasitreire9: ired. From PJcoltta. 18 miles distance to du Augustine vinoe. of the power vestedia'meby.law.I F Jf xbxc.sue, Covoci9c. for.BeautifItiAlr '.n'.

few *e Jtaeiej Aug. 28, 2. No reading of motto- pen and love ito Aaxivxs..-.Mondays and Thursdays A, M.DttiBTs. expose for sal* before the:Court House {in ,. Curing. Preserving Restoring aa4StreagtBeniag > .
rasd other merchandice, ries during the wcrtiflghours..' Snnd yi and Wednesdays M.CLOSES. the city of 8u AafutiaeoaUie pilt Monday February the Kair, Reliev4jig; isajca of thffiaia. .
,Bio papers idjha t vdsysiat11N's' 8. No '"hand' shall be jOlowed to. hare her .- S.D4'JUDd Wednesdays Jr"A. M. next, the following described property or'so .Ccriof Rheajnatic Palu,aDd healing ExterDal -. .

beaq |n the offica tc ssc bfcr.set- type at any: much thereof s swill pay tbyStite aad'cosaty taxes WeaadeL Bounded by no geographical Jioca 1
esiata btai; fit;Heir Rdd time., : NE\V and the nectmry expenses due.thsreoa for the year the rtpv.taUoo."t Bisxr/a Tiicoraxsocs pervade t

>cu mi 1t iHMniiMr, 4., No'matter How gifted lhand't'may best ADVERTISEMENTSFOR ISS3, to wit, the Union. Tile,aaies'of the article of late yenta t.

M tislave, American brig matins plea al borne jf she makes pi in the office 40 acres third rate laid assessed to John Buckley have increased in a:railo that almost exceeds belief. .

UMcolFf*;; Amen- ,j&e than'.be compelled to assort it' RENT OR HIRE. b/iogpartiftb New Orleans 807 & No "band" ahall said 40 acres is situated on thenortn -ndc of Deep sales book.fiods that the number ol bottka,deliver .j-
in the sanctum
v Tork 483 set longer TILE flCOLA UO'JSEtone of the Creek and cold b ed to order,in quantities of from half gross upward *
bags than to yvras to John. Dutley, > David J. i
aai Iuii 342 editor. procure copyj jjnkss requested by the but situations" in the State, for "Hoarding Darrenee/The whole tract is situated about luruiles during the.year 1 52,n_ \\wHhux Ui2f ot ., (
I Ilouse/ and rbere, l"y attention to businessa west oi St. Augustine,on the I'icolata Road.ydesataxes 950/200. ,' I
0. No attempting to Ids the editor for the fortune maybe realised in a few years for terms and Ufctc of It U unnecessary to present length the ed. 1
8lslim.70 to 80 cents; sake of "dcaa copy." He will use his prerogative plyJfrA.. M. Reed;Jacksonville,or D. E. CUI. sale. expeDJeS..re paid day deuces of the wonderful ptoperitiesoCUieTricopbe; -l-

r t l k4 Karve, SO firancx; Atwerp, to Lisa or scold all "hanils,'**as occasion St. Augustine Oct.22, 185$. / R D. CANOVA SheniTand exoftTaxAssessor row, when the pppjic have furnished such ao in.. J

msy require. dorsement u this. The cbrspnets-of the article "'
TO TOE FHIE:fDS OF and Collector.s.a.c. '
liras gtiW; and but little do- t Ladies who bring their d0tr! ,jhalT not EIBEBTT. '" Oct 22.185&Tsai. and the explaoationa given of its chemical actioaopoa 1'
/ be hair,the scalp, and in all of "
make a diD nl' saloon of the aanctmn jior use I esses soperfi-
Lopez Dud Grlttenden f
occupied with tha-thud proof paper for a table doth. Armeuleroti.Tlieyand .Agu' ro* and I Collcctor'8' Sale.Y .dial irritation,first" mmnwkd it to the attention; : ft

t, on t of flo US approving the] 8. Any lady !'hand" about emigrate to the their braTC ;/ I ,I.tile of the power vested in me bylaw ]J of the people. This was albibat the inventoi de- \ S
by vemment for the navigttiowNer manVAlMelltel are not >shall t sired. Every bottle adveitised itself; The egrets !
state of for before
the
Matrimony, aballinat least one month'snotice expose ate Court House in .
!
No
ted ako with the ibrpottru. they can jtefer be forgvtten. The, o! the fluid exceeded expectation. It acted like a l .it
toe of Si
proposedisJerooHegeibrthefiomofmll' that her be city Augustine oa the lint Monday of February
pjace
-I may suppledby. an for which I
cause they yicMrd tUfir lives is
_ a holy one, next the charm. The ladies would not be without it. Coon : t
other: sat then looJe! tyrsDBtcaUy sacrilegiously shed, I'dlowing described property or so try dealers in section.o the United States ; 1
senrice of the Sbte.BPw .- much thereof will the State and every aw
j Si 0. No married will be allowed and will pay county tj xea
woman stirs contione .
work: to cry to heaven fur vcnge. and bund( they must have it; and thus was built a :
the op .
*a4 >ted oa the 2WL. Ih the necessary expenses cr.o tbereon'for th* year '
' i in this office, provided it be known anee,until a merited and full retribution is awardedlo 1'53. to wit wholesale trade of ad extent hitherto n'. .
ly, station of August'24; a 10. llad, shall be allowed to Jaugh at tho' their murderers Every.freeJoui-Iiving man,woman : regards articles of this kind. The highest point has \
iad gyros aiid pcnaWe on whoever motion of another while engaged at the case. : and chilJ4ia .bis"La"d C C hr rrr,"with ferl A house nod lul in S:. \ugQ3tine. bounded oh the not yet' bfrn reached, and it is believed that the r1 J'

tnfie in or partbase alaves, was 11. No smoking, chewing or dramdrinldng Ins of deepest sorrow mourned their fate ;' nor will North by lot of the EtIIlue ot Mrs. T. A. Llambias sates this year wilU e.a million and a half.boUlrs.. !'
Fdn allowed in the office, the cauee snd manner of thrir immolation and death Cast by :lot of Michael Usina, South by lot of.John Dt-potsnd ManufactoryNo B/oadwayNew VThereare. \ .

12. No gowiping, quarreling, pulling of hair cease to be remembered, with affection/urihem.and C. Huther and ieast by Charlotte street, said pro. York. Retail price 85 cents a large bottle.
;
>frera SaraauaU to E.1 scratching of faces, or singing lore tongs during hatred for those ty-outs who destroyed them so long pprty was aa-e'kd to G-eorge Papy. Liberal discount purchaser by the qua w-.
a* the righteous of civil and Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day or Sold all the .'
feeria.cxpodition. working hours; and no lady shall have free admission cause religious liberty I sale. bf principal merchants druggists
shall hare their advoe CI.. Those aeli.Jrvotilli' throughout Uniteo Stales and Canada Meadea.. :
Mr ding an to Liberia, to other to, or of ordVra for the theatre, opera, or patriots,though. failing in their noble and glorious R B. C.NOV.Sberlfl'ngd ex-oT.( West ladles Great Britain, France,&*. r i

GL,, lit December next places au. aauuemcnt unless comI"'DI undertaking,died, not in vain, Cuba for whose ernan, Tux A e.sor and Cullt"clor.s. J. c. Jane 111852. Gm ,

by 4 gentleman \\1, cilIa tl n ,b..y.bl Mitt aid Will lie Erte. The >J ttlc, a.'.l .:' ,' I
sbUIt Q t liberty,-once enkindled In the.humacj>reaxiiJ Tax-collector' PICOfcATA '
l FJEBBT.D 1 #
t pto.r ; n *'iLiit ub!;' bt' '.,. it ny .for.'a etr .BY virtue :Qfthetpwerestedln me-b. ,AIa iI x ,
t a_t ).pIre State, reports that when sot)>be chpcked.a&il kept underwit will, sooner or J liter expose'for; sate before thV Goes tl oldie tn "X DUKE CETlHe'lroprieloPor: thU> ':.if1l1p l I k".tc

arrt.nt for their olf,1'htmb' Island, between 12 and a' clock on hurst fonh,In a triumphant+ and sweeping blaze, th/ city ofSt. Augustine on the first Monday.of Feb- ferry, has procured"entire.new set of.
Ml11r-.Uoa. I'd'IOM Saturday night, the Empire State waa run into that rillannihilate all opposition. OLofthit, no\1gfa' May next, the following; described property or so Boats and constantly. keeps a sufficient.number of
aiihingfr I unknown schooner. She the much thereof as will pay thedtate and Cc.'niy taxes hands.to pnsa travellers of descdpaioa across e'
by an ranker bowsprit 'for present;let vs wait that.btlltr state of things every I
t, must give ns notice by the 1st and the due thereon fur thjs the St_. So'hua River '
without
into the starboard wheclhoos, carrying .which the future wilt us .rt'dlylliDg to the oppressed. necessary expenses year delay. \ 4
t., we may not be able to sc all the paddle boxes guard, guards-beam 1833, to wit: The road from St. Augustine to Newaansville is.wcllrepaired 'j
foss Freight taken at tl ZO bar- away "
a and all the outside bearings of the wheel The NowMo other matters, reader, which, if not BO'important A house and lot in this city of St. Augustine, corner and by ttteotentionofMears. NortenSparkmatvanJ -j
a6ie foot
.a struck the ,are nevertheless! of.Chulolte.snd Guana street bounded as follows others, it will be eonstaaUy kept ia r'
font
"wrjieLAlN Stt- Am. Col jibboom .1 part of the boiler,'.. Interesting to buth you ;
Society. and the bowsprit wenHnio the wheel After the and rue. It ts a pleasure to me to be able too announce -, on the North by lot of Mrs. Geronsma A .lreu! good Tf pair. "
,t f.1W'" Jl w. )YuWDP'\r.C. shock of the collision the schooner cleared from to you that received by the last vessel I, (direct South by Guana street, East by Chariot street, and Persons travelling-between Tallahassee and SuAngustinff
I from New York) stock otEALLAXD West byl lot of llichoe1Ihheu, said by passing through.Picolata instead of I
my l'rop.tr.:4S
the .- and when last stfe half
b11 seen was will
Jacksonville or Palatka. ave mere than thirty
.a the foregoing announcement Filis ,1
colored
assessed
to
a woman.
HriXTER ,
a mile astern. Within 20 minutes after the GOODS miles ami find a much better tload. J1
fre the of the American l before
Secretary Unless tares and expenses are paid day o[
We unJe Rtand that the arcidcnt, the steamboat was Rifely anchored in I comprising probably the most complete and choice sale now permanent biihlings on both sides : ,!t
hats abut engaged for this expedition 20 kthoms of water and at the end of 00 fathoms I .astortmrnt ever brought to this market. Of the R. B. CM OVA, Sheriffnod exofT.Tax of the ferry for the accommodation of travellers.D.J.DUURENCE.. ". t :1

bontladcad ten emtgrxntat, prtncpal- of cable. At 9 o'clock yesterday morning the 'extensive i variety I will cnly' specify, (or the prr.eul.tbt' 'Amrsaor and Collector} s.l. c. r
aH steamboat Kfaickcrbocker took the Empire Statet following inall portion ohsriclesviz.* Jjy ikb. 1833.
I'ennweo.felt pcrfiapsi I I' : tow, and"hrongnthcr an far as Tro'B ncrk, A most beautiful lot of L3ditl"- and Gents'.- 'Tax Collector's.fcalc,, 4
i We with It abundantKUTCCSA in whence she came on unaided, io tnt* city arriving Ores Comb, of the very latest style, and ot every virtue of the power vested in me by law.I > Tamarinds. / :
f. remove the freo'nexropopu- at her wharf at 3F oYlock. P. M:. There flWllily.aD elega&t oortin oflaccs and edgng., BY' expose for) sale before tile Court House ,[IJ.STARD Spices and Jars Tamarinds, vials tfresh.
.. M&t i where there existence i* were about 500 paRs*nser*'on 'burl non* of I ino'u ei'tK* DeLaines, plain persians do., figured do.. door io the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday 1' .!justnrd, Cayenne Pepper, bottles Pep- 1'"
ete fheaaselr** aad other. tithe laird of whom wcreiinjured. T Commercial 10th. frtnrh uierinoe, rntb..h tin., rjiia and figured Jr Mar nex, the following-described! propertyor pen asst.sauces, Catsups,olives,capers, race, ginger i .
kthi.-&e. GIM" ;. cashmeiff, trench gala plaid cassia. cloves, mace,french,
; ---. (new style) veli'tft so much thereof as will pay the t tate and county pimento nutmegs /
W. Ica; Favors. and colored iniiin: a taaguinoent assortment of taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon mustard, horse radish, fresh salmon assorted essences j .
hall and fancy dresses and robes and' Hofeirjotihe of herbs-fur cooking, choice hams, butter,lardx 4
Jft'D'tifA1'It Goer er Esrai so.The foil In curies old book "called gloves for th" year JB53i to wit: >
a the Fifteen Cftmforts best qualities, and endless \ cracktn.chte.t' &c.. -
teas
variety, -
sugars
.tIoa ttTeUUM to the value of
of(third less assessed
53&acres
of ){ rate land more or
a conference is introduced "
at shawl of I.emutiful also 27. B. E. CARR I II
a moat quslily, common, in Aug iJ
Staten. ooh BiglMd bu nit been the Estate of- North or./St. Augustine .
,' pp. 4-t.47An6 48, concerning bridal colors in great variety a Ixrautiful 18iOrrn eDI of bonnet to Chany Simpson, ..
cap. I
from 4fc Stftte DrpartEBest at 'Wasbin- ,being in Township 5 South Range 29 East,
dressing up the bridal bed by the bridemaidg; not and fancy ribbons, consisting of every variety, of White Lead &c.
say they, with yellow ribands, these are tile emblems shade and quality; a splendid and extensive auoft- Section 53: of private surveys granted' la. Teresa \: '.,
.jiM been receded at this de* of jealoufty-not 'feuille 'that meat oi Marshall- 35'I.* White Lea I. Linseed OilTurpentine. _
mort signifies I
r,.e t.it.elfSkSN coo..qt-at Lcan- I fading love 4>at with true Uue thai Heady Made Ui.less taxes and expeases-are paid before days of Varnish,Lit hero jje,Coperai,Verdigrv,Green,black .
signifies
Clothing .
I sale red and yellow 'schrome ,yellow and redrbrimestone
Mitsrh.ll.y TojralpfoefeaaliearOio gold coins I I patn green -
constancy. One proponed blue and:Mack of description als) an extensive
every ; assortment
I I R. Bi CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-nfl: sulphur, glue, indigo. ; .
Smiled
Uerem mention 4 H4icihF
Slates
[ that signifies until death but that crockery, glass Iud china hardware and ,.. "
constancy ; was ware, Tax Auasor and Collector,s. i. r. August20. B. CARR. .
F aiMJ W rsceired ia paytBcat in the British objected to, as those colors will never match. cordage, bri'innia, tin and wmd&n ware, ladirs Oct 2i, 185; ...'
bide eefcttiea as being of&e full talus and \ tolct was proposed, as signifying i religion, but miSK".'l8d chilJren'short,Dud finV and linht boots : Claret \Vlnc *c, ,

Henwreat money of the United Kin that wan ol'Jecled to as being too grave} and at and shoes,(&lr. gfOnlltmtn'l use,and a suoc er; but Tax Collector.Sale. Claret Wine, bottled in ;- ,
superior quarta
at Art rater" bereitr cpwifietiU U to I la;t they concluded to mingle- a"gold titeue witht genteel quality for lad/ wear; sffddlery and harness '.virtue of the power vested in me bylaw I A very and pintsslsu 10 boxes ClaretlVineimpurted-.

: grass gren.whith the litter signifies youthful books tnd stationary, bonnet hats and caps,of every shall expose for sale before ihe Court Home Sherry Madeira and Port Wine, Cordial Kcotch
ttttglo, aad t tate of rcty-6De lhiIIiDp..e1 I jolity. For the bride' favor; topknots and gar. vapety, such as Lopez,. Cruienjrn! < Aimero, Armenterni door in the city of St. Aogustine on the 'first Mondayof ,'Ie; Porter Philntlelphia Ale and Porter,Congresa' '
Recession, Di Union Lone
tcra. the bride propose Jblue,gold color popptn unoq4 ,Wliig May nest the following described property or so I Water.Choice Principe and olber rand 5f' r.Aro- a
tr die rate q' twenty sluUingsI jar green and lemon color;; objected to-gold Star .;Iot1.II'l1ataalso, also the Picolata- and St. Augustine much thereof as will pay the State and county taxes mantle Honey Dew Tobacco.Pipes Snuff,Smoking
rtM&U* % Mlir' rlan-Roo .a superior _assortment of perfumery ant the due thereonlotitho Leaf.nud
t'ut Tobacco.
IpIIft ***" color signifying avarice poppinjay green won- neceraary expenses year
ana atttelea
+ _. jpstien eacfc at the rate of ten I 'sltllings tonne**. Tiis younger hndemaid proposed mix- desirableand fancy inviting supplythai,altogether cannot forming be surpaS almost 1853. town: B. E. CARR.SnAuguitiue .

tare flamcxoloivflch+ color,.wiUocr. and milk led in this section of country,to which the attentionof 991 acres second rate-land, granted and confirmed June 4th 1S'3. 4
i fail ij..4uatratg. rate of four ahdingj and The objected io John B. Rryes.sitnated on Moultrir Creek "
white second and third were to friends snd and
,. my customers, ihe public generally Patent medicine i .
1. u ffesh.c for signifies lasdviousness, and willow ,is rClM'etrulllluvileJ. being.in Township 8 youth Rang. 29 Eostsrction:
I :1 ail ysijmcoU tea be laude in the traillacier forsaken. It was serried that reel!gnifle justice, Tieasif call at ih* "Cheap Cali Siore." reader. 37 tll Private nrv<-) ,a stit'J to John B Keyrs. l\IC.\S.MUS1'Aio-LIXnIEXT.cel! *. ,
said payment ht the said coins, and a and exjienars'arpaid before dJ1..f Ivi tcd'(or'diseases of tire hers *

of t.hfm.It mf neapocurc rates afor iaid, fixed the colon aa. fu&ows :--I'or the favors thing fir shoving my gooJs. nor will! it be my fault sale. ilcilums Elixir of Opium. ,> f
be dectgeel M.r'ak vte be .U..ftil"t.-der blue red peach solo;and orange-tati'sey; for if you dont bey. These goods, trader must and R. B.: CANOVA. Sheriff ant ex.off Paris: Pain-K5Ier! vegetable, 't
flee urns rata (f meh tender had Keen the young Itdy1 topknotsflame color draw shall be solJ, if.cheapness combined with goodness Tax Asa&esaraod Collectors. i.e. Circulars with the above can be had, '

ic the current leis in'die Hdtalgdm4.r rehtT (sJgnifjmg, plenty) petch col'vr, ra 8. green ol qaaliiy. is any coosiJeration with purahasera. I Ocl.l, J IS.i. _. Brandrcth's Pills, Mpflats Pills, i .
have no fearofuiv goods beco.iiiig soiled and musty ,_ Strong's Pill Jancs-MC\lidI\cs. :
and milk white; and1 for garters a fan rOf At aWe honor and on ntyhandsa.t'am,' not lobe nnJrr- -Falinestok'rcrmltu"y Pofcsetts Loxccust,
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mctr3lfrkx4ftj signifying joy.
xjrtue of the veiled in me by law 1 '
s,ld by any. one. The motto of UM "Chrop Cash By power Cherry Pcctonii'Townsend
*. Af Natural HUtory a .. Stole"i. 10 "live and let life. shall expose for sale before the Court House
's Saran harilla Sands do. '
vas road stowing that Una poison is a POET;.The following cxpreiwlve stanzas was Still Later br the Carolina door in the city of St. Augustine; on the first Monday ,
and that wtiraulantsAlcoW found penciled ,the last leaf of Album filled described Cod Liver Oil,.Gelatine, Liquorice,
powerful air on an JT P. d Reader pause ere you read the next of May_ next the .u following, .property Gum Ac. '
itnrIl6 'U deftignatedT ,In with the usual trash: few words, and prepare yourself to receive them, as or so much tltercotas will pay the slate and county Arabic .

isaatavea t* which awe- raaedr has been ''Let Hilton rhyme no more, I fear they may prove some shock to your feelings.I taxes and the necessary expenses' due thereon for the .July, 2. B. E. CARR.Clapboards ,.

the peraaa have been cured. Brandy Let Watts He in the tomb received by the tleainr Carolinaa lot of Ladies year 1853, to wit: Lime dec- --
'\ pivot lo them imtfl relief ed from the ; llo'' ,which shall sell at the astonishing low priceof 458 acres third rate land in Twelve mile SwampN. t
and fttintw4 ia smaller doses Lot Shakspcaro stand behind tha door six cents per pair together with a choice W. from the city of St. Augustine being in AOO bushels Shell Lime,25 do Stone do,5(

third day, when ttitay -went about as '. And give these poets'room.' I 'ot of Fancy articles too numerous mention. ; also Township 6 Range 29 South aad East peing psrto ,CUpbosriis.751'ost.tiranite Stone,also Nails Hair.

\eebo' hi tfcse ca ea1 tH t pro.lace "We need not we felt tratd' O the a "Jew ulies! more of those Duttjoa ticentv dyzfn, land of the Estate of D. L. Clinch and assessed to Tar, Pitch, Rosin. Oakum White Lead, Paints. ,;
I 'ucm.. Thal n" m of ratfleanskes i fR no"Heel author .say. -' -unknown Jsr fee tcitfs.r .the said! Estate of D. t.. Clinch, Oil, Urnshei. bneet Lead, tin Bar Iron li

ax rentier. si i Is akr dy feint to be ____ __ M.VTTH1ASR.ANDREU. Unjessla eaand Expenses ace paidbefore day of Gih. B. E. CARR. .

for agalatlies; Calumny is the rdcc of those who Augusiino.. IS53.l'orn.r sale.R. .August. .
rtvy ttgtasy persons ol St. George and PicotaU sts. ,. B. CANOV \. SI eriffand exofcTax
,. ;Jure neither'a good heart ncr agooj understandA Assessor'and-Colicstou,s. j. a. Varnish, &c.-Maions Shoe.
Case Gaw T-o..:A mediiis ofheld tie tJIIOltE G UCEltIES, Oct. 22,1853. B1aakiDa shoe Varnish, Harness Varnuh. ..

t'rc rtwamigrrf.pub was y ter- -- i rlHE. : Wll. MADAGASCAR, Rubber blacking, Fish Oil,Keats foot Oil. at.'retail. 1
a gas file rourt IKMUC. A resolution gentleman who had neither Voice nc.r'&kU1, JL fire days from New York. ? The now usual discharging variety THE STEAMER ST. D. E. CARR.
attempted to sing in.comlUn, when he had
$500 ta Out Catholic once JOHNS FREEBOR Muter
iropritting with a large assortment of Groctri,.. Crockery -
A. and a propor cnite amount, come to a conclusion1 Bannister Raid : Hardware Boot and Shoes, Woo J ware Tinware. will make to Q tone ailtt for white tcashiug, very 1004-
a trip
nX to th?.muster oftnaatfry, to the Pro- "Your song, air ia like the email pox." having been purchased directly by the Subscriber ,. also White wash 8 rushes, Coloring, palnu,AU ..
i Orphan A'jri &i .lac berrei lutioh was "How is thaU" wed tiw company explain they will be disposed of at trifling advance hvor St. Augustine. on' Sunday morning the 30th Instant amp Copperrs, Glue, &c. .

ettaaiano,,teadeifof the thanks of the explain, gloat parkagea or retail. Families purchasing.sup- and leave the same day for Savannah touch April 3Jth. 1H53. % E.CARR.For .
UP the Siiterilef.fJlatitl fcr this untiring ""Why" said the wit, a devilish good thing plirs in quantities can 1M accommodated at the lowest I Imo at St. Marys; Brunswick and!Darjca

suet atttfifian to &e Club Hospitals.A when its over!" trade prices-1 ofler, I Hap a,nundress.-Starch polish for .

cost aittee wu appoUtUd to practre a suit 3 0 Bags Coffee, 5 Illidi. .0gl1,5,Bbl..Molasses, SATAKff AIVO FLOJUIXA. with common starch-will give linen a<
BMnaneotto be erected fa of taster Why I, a legislator a most blasphemous man? : 20 UbU. kilo drd rfugaf. 5 UnItS ,U1I sugar, beautiful ivory appearance. B. P.. .CARR.

;',I iIW. fir Ward who died at the memory Entaw Infirm. Because he can't take,- 'his seat without an oath. 25 boxes Cmidy, 10 chesuTea, 5'box Chocolate For Poltitkn, E.'.. Hair P jo< '

y., Gf the tic -JMiiXsm r'16euaic', t.l : Open your heart to sympathy but close. it todespondency. bullet IShbbj Crackers.Pilot Bread IO 10 sacks bbls Salt soda, I Crackers Tierce codfish, lObbls, 15 Touching Juelwislllt at DurUn Middleburg, Brunswick(Black, St. JtcroV'a. Improve Uq U4 Hair Dye-Tb J b a capital .

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boxes Herring,20 boxes Starch, 10 boxes air instantaneous and permanent
Tobacco.
which
The flower to '
Prer tA. Beeta Sle1As1aL opens.. rc 1 Ilhd ItaC Tobacco,5 ceroons Cuba Tobacco, 10- Grill' andPicelatt, Dye and Oft trouble! directions. It "..matd .

rftK-I think God wChregotaFreaideBt { all; auto the dew shuts against nine ; ,., 000 tjigara. Cdoz dnuff 4 cases tine Cut Tobacco, 'THE new and superior steam and liner satisfactory ta be returned. It dies eK
twit who my Also 3 Cbls dried Apples, 4 boxes Lemon Syrop &t packets ST. JOHNS. Cspt. James ther black or brow M desired try.it.

lire ILtrnra ::-A bachelors reply tayoung 3 boxes Catsup, G boxes Mustard, 1 bbl. dried .freeborn, and WM. GASTON, B. Eo CARR.'
salisoallty k, and baa the cool courage'toFft Currants, 4 boxes Citron 6 cases ass't Preserves. 4 Capt. Thomas >Shaw, will leave Savannah for the May 141853. '
"dust" cause K to be respected. GOT lady, who significantly sent r him, as. Pic.cnt cases Olives,4 cases Capers,'b' cues Brandy Fruit above place as follows: The St. John on .

lo HaUewAnn it jot* what the some wormwood: 25 cases llitLllQ",4.bbl* Almonds, 4.bbls Coo Nuts, Thursday morning, I5Lh tall ,. at 10 o'clock,. and EUllJnrd Table and Ten Pin Alley 'j

ve Put cp ..' 4 bbls Pecan Nuts,4 bbls Brazil Nuts d Cases sweet ffm. Gaston on Tuesday mproiag, 20thJflSU, at f A T the Magnolia Retreat, open throughout (

., 'f :1l ''f' ,t.fM'..', .... ,- J Oil betties 9 half Hbls pickjes I Mat Date. boxes 10 o'clock, and will .conjtioue to leave. .artbe. same .iJ\ day and 'ft lqr. .tee't t t
t .r="v, Vermicelli S b how eteryiJTharsiaf and f ": '
xes Bitter ,boxes Yeast 1'ow.ders, Toeadaypereaftef' C DC 1Stt ? MIRANDA. i- jf' ,.
the! wflTtavrood's had alone but torsoThe All, 5 Bbh Pork, 1 Hlxd Ham IS kegs Batter, th*. latter boat carrying the U. So/Mail. For t ."

arts, attlwid ft down where it wornvwood with gal (I) 1 cask Shoulders i cask Bacoji, 1 bbl Tongues, I freight or passage having handvnne state room Hopsftc.H >. t....
oesieed by the rotten monarbJe* of by dried Beef 10 bbla Lard, 15-bon Cbeese accomnv. >dajions, apply on board, or to Yew. Powders Cream oCTartar. Saleratus !

and its pk,laical pf7portOBi duly Also 50 boxes Soap, 30 box es Candles 15 bbl J. it GU. 8Y'. Agent in avannan, opts .
ItJt not often that a sUU-paper Is at 1rt t tOx 'Oil.50 kegs White Lead,:0k.egs Na,! .2 bbla .Tun.pentine,2 r:BEE &. CANOV.//Ats Jacksonvilk.O Garb Soda. BjrVy, Essence Lemon
Peel Brach rmlac.
bh! Orange Savorj, Spices. Pep
Burning fluid 5.bbls Tar 5 bbls.
: !' tisatWAathoik in its spirit so tofu, Pitch 10 bales ; : The St. Johns will P to St. Augustineevery Thyme. Sago; I-randy,Cinoanvan. Nutmegs Carrie .J
Oakum.( coils
& coils
Hid !
fin ks Its rHSp and so determined ito Itslam' Cords 25 dos Fixb. Tina..30 dOE_ .hops&u"l& Fish books._ 4th trip eommew (leaving Savannah) in vials English mustard, Prepared french MMtard -
There Ie DO playing fast and I loose rwusly 50 Gross Matches, on the 29th inn. sept-17 Cayenne Leper* Asatcesdo. Catsup, cIPklka.

''"1IIItttIi8c .telBlq-lJO sped&I p1eachgbut'II" Also, 2i Bales Hay, 40 dos Brooms. 12 do* DOLM I t
"" '> uivooJ eitttlonofthe Axe Handles.4 dox Mats S nests Tubs 14 dox Pails "0 )S REWARD, Domestic Preserve AutBwo.nd" -

the rr.Qft takxi, and 4 doz. Wash Boards, C Gross Clacking, 6 doz W RUNAWAY from Duns Lake. ,' Fruit, Cherries tie. Tajnaunds, v .
A. *& c+rry into f tell pracllee, and W nr.a tJ.G.eoU llppe.4 du Hair Brooms my,slave.WILLISmiddJeaged.man. Pineapple, Ginger Olives.llone radub. ,
Uit '4t will WUJD withoata diaseixt Thursday the 13th Instant & ;Fort ScarleIn Also, cub Sherry Wine,2 casks Brandy b la his hair is 8O=what grey, ,Fresh Slamon, Sardines at RetaiL

Iwy American who It aboard may the Rev E. A. AV lEt; Mr. casks Pun Wine, 15. doz Claret Wine 10. Bashies haa ale scar on one ot I lei, The D,E. CARIB.St. .
W wish .$.ace that this nationality U ( this County by UriJ.ick.Champagne, 10 cases :oldil, 10 bbl. M 4bove reward, rail be paid to any Augustine June )8ib 1853.1AMARINDSFigPutePrunesBittenboiee.
mug aM Bttutf WEKiyag and itatroftg WILLIAM.ASHTON. to Miss MARY WEED E. Rum, 1 bblsJamka Il.. 25 bbls Gin, 20 bbls person who will deliver h to the jail of Sk

111 r lIJItiOf M4 thM the pratectieg thief MAN, both of this County. Whiskey, 15bbls! Voegar',3 bbls American Broady.lOcasei Johns or_ lhat of any Count wherein he may be f

II enough to. bear his r 1 Porter 2 Aromatic Cider Schns p.,1S cuts Ale, 19 casks taken. /U is supposed that he is lurking betweenSt JL Segars,Tobacco, French Cordials,. Almond*% ,
bbls 40
'IM bag oocaxKm to Iea.n1 Oft it The elRTl1.1.ft X I doz congress Water Augastme and Matanzas.TirfSrr hickory Nuts, ACI! Poiter Cider Wines, B.aelt
[*k* 4eapatchon the progress of liberal : The articles enumerated are now ready and every DOIAABS will bo paid for his appre &c.

'felwefo sill also be important bIt attention will be paid to give satisfaction. The suba.nler'wiU bea sad Fifty Dollars win be paid to any B.E.I CAn,

h orb TCganle4ai> *4sgn of ache be thankful fur a measure of patronage ne'rMn who can bring sufficient proof of. his being Jan. 15th 1853.

_1o tic. B&heedcd-osa "band B. C. C A It 11% I ,- harbored. 2
32 1853.UIQLPSO.
,' C Lha rir. plain that 'he who.ruN.r Oct. I GEORGE OUTER. ,R.ecelved by the C.rsZiMia Case choice ,

a leuon of patriotism wisdom tad WOLEETS AROMATIC St. Augustine, Sept. 2I, 1953. t, 2. Bbb. Nice Hams 10 Kega
SCHZC>[DAM .GEIf.IO flutter 1&l>ox.ea Cheese Q d". Chocolate,3 dp Congress .
1&11 ,Water, 2 Cases fine Cot tftiaecqln tin oil r
: Ie '.spirit hat u an American Cases dot bottle. S Cases HOTICEUIX *
1tIOd" 4P Li c oart Sands RttaiL.T .
.
Lg. It' humble tribute MONTHS from d.1t te.lhe nadersigned ad Choice Principe &c., Stp ,at
pay my >3ara arilla,5 CasrsTtmnsjrnd's SarsapJiap IX > B.E. CARR
_ ttad Batts to P Fierce for la, 1 Cue Davis Pain Killer, I Case'Mustang LJnV oiaUtrator.ofihe.KUtftoi C. W. Clarke and 21 J853. {
Msy ,
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asMomlien of Azsmcxn principles; 0ent"Mofiatt'a Medicines jayneV Medicines,Pot sopMjAWtUianvi deceased, will 1 present final ac- .
\ ike nan nJeaWe by tho knowledge I seu' Medicines Braudrith's Medicine "Med counts a wi vouchers,tithe Hon. Judge of Probate \
_ toast to sjostaia the position he his DtD--At JacksonTine 'Ha, on Sunday theIClh ; kinrs. Epsom salts, C-ster.pil.. i.'nra/Arabic. E*. for 3t. Johns r only for settlement and will at the Stationary,

i& MiMlji a&dlioeeT' and that in htwtk instant, Mr. GEOUGE F. SKIFF a native I Keoc.' ;jtrct,Glue Indigo, Window luau,Pllu7SoU. amt time ask to. be discharged as such adaxinistra RECEIVED by Brit Tremoataa oi euellent aa 1 ;

I, he aiiJ nothing e- 'rlant ut .\ : PainuA'irrsiDrehie. ii.&e. tor 1 prime Statfo&axy. every varietyaaddescripttoaltfrsaleaA
York but far ttTeral yat'i / VENANCIO SANCHEZ Adnr. 1 '
'" feared, tf need be, by roer- of Mew "' ;' I IU.JIQ:1TU : L C. C.1RR. 1rs. i
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.- ;;;;: .:: For theeonn'y of'dt'John's, on the first Ifoudayin. Alex. C. Barry Trlco- CUr OJ'dluanecs'and' Resolution* 1 VDA.1'I1c, 1M

JJ-PUJUd HoteL On !t. \t'cge Strct-t, north cj November (which! for the year 1653, will be the) Professor, OB MEDICATED COUPOCXD, fprBeiutifyiay An Ordinance for the better preservation of the ..U.f.ll.rd

the PubUc S
f-. t Chcrrh the county pf Nassau Thursday before tbethird Strengthening the HaivRrlieving dJuufI of the poses. IP1e1ldJ4.

Florida 11,. On 'resziq I+aae, North'ofibe r Monday in November, (say for 1853 the 17th Skin, Caring Rheumatic Faio.and Healing Ester Be it And, Ordained,by the 'Mayor and Alder. IXortta"SannmA'
Public Square. November. nal Wounds. Bounded by geographical lines, ; & the nib 0
; I no men of the City of St. Augustine, in Cou icil ept
I :City Ifetd. On Charlotte and Bay Street. ,a few For the county of Do val,on the 3d Monday in November he reputation nf BiKKT's Tttcoraxsors pervades bled: That from and after the promalgation am4einic alibis d the adYaDftsntat of the .,":
t Ic .IdtCLtrl.T
Joors tfoutb East of the public g uare (which for 1S53. will !' the lilt November. he Union. The sales of the [article of late years Ordinance, it shall Qot be lawful to throw vegetable .Va"f.d" .114 Fan,,,,
j. dj
rln r. Hotel. On Cb.utotteStrnt tad Treasrury For the county of Marion, on the hat \foadar in' have increased In a ratio that almost exceeds belief trash or annlmal matter of any Vfcriptioa. over the .tr..1ft'D of useful. L.ftO.wJIpon t. '

: Lano. north of thePttblic Sqoare.aoneztd to U>eKkriJs December, (ay for 1853, the Sib December. 'rofessor Barry, after a CAre('.' exnmiaaiioa of his I tt'a Wall.or into the Basin connected with Mid b:alltlaC'l. Il u edurd ty met .prlClQu
Jl II. .altl.book. finds that the,number of bottles deliver iIi arts an.1 I cei.c; .,ta4 Upaienu :
For the county of \Iacbua,OIJ the 3d Monday in \\'ol-anJ! my ptioB oCei.Jniy: .. 'ii tl&l ttiis" proto W.r.
BOARDING HOUSES. December, (say 12th December in the year 18:3. cII l to order, in quantities' of firtm haifa gro up- ','lJllim.u! if a whitt piom'Di br lined for the tint'oir.uce.in .0,1 .tlle .' 0; ,.d t'.J II. Iw
i Mitt WON! duria the 1W3, waa within a trifle of r 4hi..L ",( wnU.1
Putio. On St. George Street doors ; year less lian
If a few For the county of ,iumbin on the 3J Monday a sum not two, nor more thin are it U.rfrl! With
t SootJi of the Court HoB.e and Tublic Square. ta December which fc 1653 950,000. five dollars,and fur each subsequent oflenec, of not conru"waU -
( J ; G. N. rill" Oa Bay &rett, corner of Day and cember. It i it. unnecessary to present, at length the cvi.il.c less than five, nor more than Ten dollar.;and if the 1J1t'in1 paten's the are .pttofehedia gi. _
9 ] of the wonderful properitiesof paper a p-ifeci
4 Harden 41Ze. I. Triropheafn offender be a colored! person, he or 1le.o oOending I textile 'II,
1 .. <>': \ the pnplic! have (furnished such innt cal l encyclopedia far future II
} aa like fin. the well,
a DOCTORS.fort. shall subject to a .or fx at discretion at
: 1i @ri9&5. 'I' ence. The Scientific
m1f "' Ihb. The cheapness of the article America it ,erV
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of the Mayor punished by the infliction of a number t '
F. TPeec&fA, OSce at his Dtrellja g House i ;> 'il": Xjilamtums given of its chemical action I circulated-its circt&tioa ia tlMo iMiT
ST. A.UGCSTJNE )1. F. of stripes oa the bare back oi nut I Ie.-than ten. norm .
BrtJge '
Street.Docl.John
pa 0 1. 1,10 "ve hair, tV scalp an*! In all cases of superficial r than twenta6 'IC' fc1 offence aod for each ingI8.l>00 copies prrwerk It u n 1Oa
'. E. Peek. Grace on St. George Street irritation, f I\ recomm"n-led it to the attention I in/ ; each volume contains severa tenAJrvmgs
%. few door. North of the Court Home.DRUGGIST. TillS MULmiENT hay of he people. This \\It:111 that the inventoi de. subsequent oflVnce, of not lets. than twenty, nor and over toar handre p.e-j
than thirty on\\ -
.; ; ing undergone Thorough Repairs this : bottle more .irtd.r. v'ry Jveitised itmeif.I The rfTicts.a the anthr afore-I ?rteie farevronh
VrjAaintd.
'l".P C.ZI'ra. Cheraitt LAd D tfCharlotte present season, is now for EeitJurthft by rity to
family
ready the fljit! exceeded tlpectati n. It acted like acharm. any mack
saul; Thai it "h4U nit hereafter he lawful for cQlor- nanscriplioa ..
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l-t" reception ot Coinp-tny. FAMILIES AND The lad-es would not be without it. Country price.
lpef8U1Sbood or free) to use the Sea Wa I I. ass
; TRANSISNTBOAHDEHS can have spaciousApartments. dealers! in every ction oi the Uniled Stain for and The publishers o&r the
pace promenading they are hereby forbiden !
LAW'YEns.I found have and thus built I prizes Cur the list
they must largest
lit was up a I walk thereon I II. of ubi
to a penalty of a flue of not L r
un.lfr
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I B. B. liQuid. nnscJlcr at Lavr-offjceon Ar. Iloom** Airy Clean, and Ifoatticw wholesale trade of an extent. hitherto! unheard o(as leas than two, nor more than five Dollars, or in lien I by the 1st January next:.-4lQQ ya
I i'Jry Lane. Itself faruisUedlmudsoiueli'.- regards article of this kind. The highest point has thereof number of stripe of not levi thin ten nr for the largest Hit; $.5 for the seeooi-

d tf. ;A, Pulrjim. AIWt'H'Y: u.id (.ouncpUor V othhi,; "a"lhl-. not yet bern reached, and it if l belit-ved that the more than thirty ont',\u be laid on the bare back the third ; $15 for the fourth; $40 .

)t at fawofice P .!._" street.' The house is well known as being re cnily tales this year will be a million i ml a half of bottles the offender.Ke $33 for the 6th; $30 for the 7th;

' Geetse 11. r: 'u; lanks. Attorney atjd. Csuqsellpr at Built Expresisly with n view to the accom- York.Urpotand lletail lanu.f3ctoryNo.85 3? BroadwltNt\V Lottie. r it further OrJalned and Decreed* by the authority 8th ; $20 for the 9th; $: for th*io
L&w-titii. Ysd Court Ifouse. udution of lotaliilt and others, being entirely Liberal discount price.to purchaser cents large by the quantitY afore aid,that from and alter this date, ail I the 11 Lit ; and f) for the 13th ma'

--- built of Wood, with Ituoins connecting, Folding Sold by alt the principal merchant's and druggists coloreperMlDJ are Airbidea; to smoke iu any of be pauj 1.1 the order of s&eeitaifal -

1 PUBLIC OFFICES. Doors, &.c'hich renders it Free from throughout Uniten States and, CanidaM Uexico, the streets, or oilier public! places in t1K' CII). ua.ler !! imawdutcly after January lst:!ft3j

f, y(tl Offce. Lawrence'Adrta., Post Master of. l) aitunes.. 'ireplucc, UliuJs Ic) \viiuJowsllirouuh.oncnint Wist Indie, Great Britain, o"Ht', .c. a prnuliy of a line 01 not less than three nor more I Tj2i3M:-One copy one year, l-
than doU..raor! thlir..t oiHrnce in default
!ff;. ontefl. Hernandez, Chjariqite st: !I :..()n, I'taz/a .1''o'' 'lludu Two June ll.S52. i I (mPICOLATA payment rue thereof, a number of *tries,{ or of not I leu of six months, $1 ; five copies, six lDOQti"'

.t" Knneyor General' Office. John Westcott, Surveyor uunurru rrei. rroicciiuti iroin ltaln", Golcl : -. than ten nor more thin twenty to be laid opoii the copies six moath, $'; ten e. .

General,on Hospital Slreet,COlDer of Artillery W iti'l,4'I..t hrini ug.n dc-siralik- RETREAT from ; FERRY. bare hack of the otf..nJtl-nnd for each subsequent $IG; fifteen copies twelre mnaib ,

.. '. ,. ." i'lone and Hospital. lrftt. coniinemfiit at ull hCl\snuo cii' ,. ihn y >.ir.- J. DURRENCE, the proprietor of thi orTVace fl. fine of five lillars. or. the iaflietiun of c o_ tvrdre months. ,.-t i :

"* **"***'J2sd: OJfce.-J.:' AI. QoalJ.] Register of Public The House IS"nluuh'c1 lacing S...ith iiitrentral! D S ferry, haT brocurcd an entire ntset ofIJoais thirty one stripes, to be laid on 'the' barr: fk.u: Sjatbem;and\\ .
oHice in the CotTrt position, uml :f(Mi red fNtn oili'-r, DtvcliIJ! .-,;'
Lan-la- f fouje.Francis n.nJ constantly keeps a sufficient number of aforesaid;a cd all colored p'? n'iare hereby strictly smitiQlSm" .
P. Ferreira. Receiver, ofllce in Court The Houso ctMV.tim.! 15 K.i.un.'. wiih aiJiJitio" h-wds to piss travel toN of descrip'ion furbidrn to carry about their persons, any ..knilrclasp I be direct*!, -

House. at Parlours, Diiiuitj, S'tiimg ."iiisaiiJ: convcniences the ?5i S'lhna River without every delay. across -* or other ol more Mnu three inch length ol I & CJL, 12* Fultoa-atrect! N. .

Judge Prelate.. (G. Humphrey's Judge.) qftce(! i in general% l'.cr Accainuiml'tlinn- Th. road from St. Vugmtmejto NewnnnaviHe i Uwrftrrpnired ItadeIiorhaIlOuy colored pVnon not acianlly. I I "

'a, the Court House.j not be !urpa>! 'cJ. nnd by tIe attention I, of Me1*. Norteupaikman firm from disease or extreme age c\rry under any I II IVoticc.

Peter D. Dumat.. Clerk Circuit Court office i ia Thu well i-arni'J Reputation thi.si iJui...:. and others, it will be'constantly' kept in prt-t'nce whatever, a cane or walking stick of any All p"rMns arehtety'atmma

the Court House.Kafael has from Year to Year acquired it will'bc ,i h- <;o()d rrpnir.Pe I size; or description S ; under penalty not 'lets that '-; upon orenuii.ianytiniberandknownasGOG'aernlyigo.ta ife

B.Canov Shcrjffand. 'rlX Collectorof.i Proprictrl'1i1C,311'1I. DAVIS uim hi .s'Nialn, and sotw tnvellini rx'twefn, Tnl-ihi| **>e and St.Xu .five dollars tine or a number of stripes to be hut on l &*
i bee in the Court House. fur the liberal Patronage retofore, shu rc.turns nsiirv by pns.ing through Picohtn instead of thV bare back of the oScuder of nut less than tea I. o St.Johns River between what was ibnnrrty

C.Utd.r.C.i"om,. Paul I Arqaa, offiee in her thanks. Jacksonvillenr Palnkimil's .wiHsavt! more than tinny! i nctaniore than thirty-nine. as Mares place oppose Pilatka and t3.

.. Charlotte street at hu) residence.near tHe store of A. The Table will be supplied with choice ntxl find a much better ltnzJ.I ,Passed. by.the Council 23d DecemW 1832.GliUMPIIR&Yd. put or a giant of 15,030 acr* maJt iii"

tX Perriall. Threnre nosY p..rlll'tnent trilinq on both sides Mayor. Uaertuaod brin; the came 6,003 terra
Game Oysters Turtle Fish )
Ducks Venison
Ir.v&elor dittouit.. 'Jarrte A. Miekler. Attest : Francis J.
of John
the for Avice. Haeras
ferry 'lr accummoda'ii>a of Irnv l r". by <-As aB
--. I. il. Bronian. Jute; U. S. Court Northern Turkeys and Shell Fisn, which at this time D. DU1UU C&. 5!. A.tcifcr.Cierk.. isclnznedby mess guardian of Cas.uu '
District of Florida. office in the Court House. our Rivers and Forests abound. -Two or July 91h S, 1853. MICYNM.
I
G. R. Fairlankf. Clerk U. S. Cuurtoffiee In moru' Hunters, sporting exclusively (fur Ibis I Ordinance for the Profecfioii I St. Auj-istine May l-Lh. 1&3."Axi .
the Court House. House. Tamarinds. Ail -

-j j 'D'!>ulv Marth&l. George Zchiiuaur, office. .ia Horses, Carriages Pomes, Guns, Fishing! i mWU5T.\R D Spices and Jar?. Tamirin, vias! Divine White Worship.He Person. Assembled for Ordinance.

ItCourt House. Tackles, ILiats for }Excursion, &c. _L'' fresh Mustard, Cayenne Pepper, bottles Peppers it Ordained. 'l\byor and'Co U:1..iI of theCiiyof.S't. fa it AfreSjr OiJaised. by the Mayor a*
b'lbe
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Very Respectfully, asi3i. 8 1UCe!. Catjupa, olives capers race, ginger min. 61 thr city of Si. Autmioe, ia Coaueil
\ugu. tine: That Sn-oi and after the Kusitig
Reuben Pinkham.. -Ofllce at. his. reJdea.ce South PROPRIETRESS.IVr |>imntoca3ia. c-O\'t"'. ntiiiurg, 'mace, french of this Ordi nance,if or hall('knowingly bled ; tint from SItS after th"proma'stiOtiinance ,
S cf :t. Francis Ilarrac! .. inustaVd!, hore raJi.: li. Iresh llllmlll1.' as4urtc<41 f'Ul'n -bt og..g'-d riMcerned any person in persons vociffriave noise ,it shall not be lawful %for. or

G.llajip&rtut, Notary Puljic.. -ofllce i 5r the Coart CIt It the with of the Propricliu cej of herb* I tor coo'tiuj. cii! >i.,! liaino.ouii iqtkrsOt any otheract having an; IInI.nr free negroorflnattooows.! <
Ilouse f s that the Servant attached cheeje! sugars, tellS, & :. i I iuunf d'ate to diniurb disturbance pOi-ot'lSioq.-lireed or iuditrctly-wsika die
tendency
i CITY OFFICERS.Miyor to he IIoti,ti should' be civil. attentive I\ug 27 B. E. CARR of A congregation uf while persons or caus Assembled a for ihe of.a tI city ; any G>m, Pistol. or other-fire

:;_.Gad Ihmpliregs.L.tvi Uud obliging. pit.pose of ditine worship at a chrrch orelnpel in the any*description ; and any. laTet free atjr MI

ene ,Andrea A JFAliAZINE OF MJItk31QlAt3.PI'11'S Wliitn Lea Ac.iO.. City such person if a white person shall be fined not couTrciion.lK-rore buo.traagrrMiaz the again Mayor.be UiiJ pt.hU>iuoo.a

J"iul'Arl"'a' 95Varnis'i KCII'While f,"II'I. IinitI .!. r Jrp..li.I\ le.'u than five dollars nor more than twenty if a colored 1- lea* thnu tea nor more than Ihirt,paoiafaetl

a E. fi e Itl% ,:,*. } Al rqea. '1.Ii'hrra-,.C.rJpra'i, Ver4ji i",Gr'-f'I jb!!ick.erjycllov I person the offender shall be fined as aforesaid, back anil oad Gun oiaettrtpnibare tlitol
1idtUl 'Utinl1. .,\GZN rej ami yellow 1"1&' 3.clJrl'n Ir 3.11 red i. or whipped not exceeding thirty stripes or imprisoned ( (any etery band wdescripuuo
t> arms, ia
ve
Clerk of the City Council,. A.. B. Pncet, y, office IT: '/ ttsxt i'fl ( '. ,<'si h'ili'f1 .)',; :;/*: ..il1 -brimt'slOnt", ulp! ur, gi! ", in li;/ ,.ot exceeding one week wiih coats at the discretion ot I i slave! free negro or m-jlatto. (unless tON"(heb A ,
t( the Council room. A NW V.llj'J'.Jai! : ; August !(. B. E. 'C '\RIL the Mayor and Counci.Uayor and that the City .Marshall .
)" t.a- po'rio.healvill : dm
; ( { I I &ho\ra. by ;? proof,to belong to a t
City Mnrthal GAd Clerk the .Uii. WHII ''i"- .. I or AlJernriu.shalatieatt' to allcoinplaiau! and
of ktt. Reulw-n CUlu'u"nc" III.': da.I1r iur t$1, w.ich; aad the cl:1i'n.1nr.-lh"l'\"of. shaft satisfy .
Pinkham. will ht' ready by WI! I I-- -' ,)''C''iiiJtr, aul will be the Claret VKiae Vc. arrest such o&iuler.That that it came into the jvefc jon of snch tti
% most tapfrl tier jtublii' d. I very superior Claret U'ineL bottled in !! upon all conviction.* the person or p>rso,'coa-
PORT WARDENS.I qtartsnnj oat his tai.l' elatminu consent or k
1. __ lJl ; nisi 10 boxes Ilret cted shall remain impjioned or coiuiiiilicd until the
*. C. Zytsira, trletJfcageJ.u: ,. E. rDm"r.J < uu oUlyOI'iinal;| jiagaxtac.TliU Sherry, Madeira p'nt aItPotS'ime< (! Winelmported fine and costs are paid or satisfied.ch I t hereby declared to be forfeited and abaQautlicrixy
\ ia i iiJ\v the|c:lly Mug.i/.iae that giveioriginsl Ale' Conli.il. Scotch i Passed ia Cows cil 'la IOth 1S53. f of the Mayors bt foJdby Ibis City
: Porter }Philadelphia I .
aiiicks tiAiisicely: 1f3.on a. Sieplicns. the ed. Water,Choice and nnjil Poster, Congress G. HUMPHREY3.Uy. t tlnll.after Iwo days notice posted .p ia the
AUCTIONEER Principe otherBrand Secjors, :\romantic and at tio or more pub C-pi3er. the
) j iior and all the best Iii -rtc..ii. writers, are, regular Attest ia city.
"ec-.Center. F. p. Ferrira and JA.. Strisclta.MERCHANTS. : coiitribtitora.J More thrilling stories, tales and nov. Leaf and Honey Cat Tobacco.Dew TobaccoPines[ Snuff. tn'king. I ,\. B. PACEUY' I I lie outcry, to the hUhe! bidderf'ltt4 UMof

.ela l have appeared in this periodical: in the last ten I le.hnn goteo-y-five percent II
ihan in all the other B.'E. CARR. C'llAULESTOX I the perioi iiforuifh and eiii'i j said arms
: ; yean put together. The tones St. Augustine June 4th 1833. AND FL9UID.II. .
.11 11. i that oft the faihf'st moral HO'that farhily : remainder to the City 'Uf fund.
I&dreu. Dealer in Staple! and Fancy parity every j ; :. S M.Vlt. S rE.-,1IERS, I IC ,
Dry Trhfrelthrre Passed in Council July 2 1853.
Goods i t ate "Jauglitcrs, should have it. Re. .
of
corner George and 1'icolau! .. Patent iJIcdicluev. :
ket Square." ait u, Mar ceip1.*, pitv-rns forcnibrplJery.nr.d everylhinj usefu EXlCANMU'SLNG I ; LUA J AND F L 3 RID A.I L G. IR'MPJlUEYd,

to rlie wx, monthly.C'olorcil 1\11 LINIMENT ,cehr! Attest. .-
Barilorarae, & Howk-Cornet of St. appear I Through to. I'olatk in 24 to 30 Ihurs.
enJ Treasury Lane. George ra hioat ted for diseases of the Horse.. A. B. Pac",. Clerk.Eil .
here OtI- Miluivs Elixir of : The CAROMS -
Opium. I :Q'a -
of Drroueh fat E. Carr. Wlio'e afe aad Retail dealer No oth r Mn}azJne iuv ;;:veb (Colored steel fuahlon Davis Pain-Killer \"egctal, i ---.Dh_, leave CHARIEST Nevery ractft from ProccedtagsC'ouaclU .at.
quality Family GiMe.ies: i of Ij!1 kinds Li- plates Oi tliia doe*. Full Itiicr-press dfecriptlor.s '-S I .
ac- .
qiori.c..No.aEasi Circulars with the above can bo had, :.> ._ Saturdnat3 P.1. IIf' .
: -
IIChnlJtle rftreet. North cmupany each montL.y: piate. Tliia is. in fact the .o\e folio win KeMlutiou
U
of the Public Brandrcth's Pills. Moflats PJHs turning.will leave PAL\T- 11IIC : were >e*
square. lex-book of fm:hlUn. and In.ri'Jf fiisablc to all! win *, Strong's Pill Janes Mcdicints ,. fever Monday.7 A. \.;rtcOL'\TA.IO A.M.. ". and adopted, oataeiy :
George Burt lAeale! : m would know Iww die, i-U' .
Staple and F'ncy.IJy to : nnily, yet econoir.ically and XCKSONV1LLB llcfoltsiloii
Tuesday 4 oVIiiek. A.11it 31.
Falme-stock
Roods, West side of Carlote street, a few doors It eno&fct etery lady t, It her own dressni.kcr.LiiIgiccast \"erru.flr"Poitip' ["i cttA J>xcctVit, "
FLORID \ will leave
S-ilth .Treasury Lane. Fitch's Medicine, Ayers ChsiTy| CHARLESTON every Rf tolled Iff I A. Mtgor and Mdertnea ,. t
Pv-ctoral
betk M. IVakenun. } 'ItzzuUllh aad. Towns 'nd's Sarsapharilla Sands do. Tu.ulny.. at 3 P. M. Returning will Irave P \ eoaeeneJ -1"ha.the UrdiujiKr p ps.biia: g '

ot Dry Goods and Groceries.Wholesale nad Retail dealer: utlicr aar.n'1114" Cod Liver Oil, Gelatine Li L.TKtnt'ry Thursday. 7 A. M : PI' (r.\T.\. within cTtaio I ILniU thrniu spfemeit, p
oriec
flround floor of the City Hotel Grocery yore on JI hnu>|
.
-Dry
Coeds Store, at least, in I o'clock. A, MStenmT. diately alter the word *
Charlotte street, Howard' appear every number: 'ire unrivalled for July. 2. "bathe. ia :he seeoad
I ;UWM, fi. t( N. Pinkham.* Building. beau,!i (n, iUustrations, as well ** rending matter, B.-i:. CAnn.J Thea' *! connect with all the interior thy fint *ecti-tr thereof the fnlloint. via:

boo, &e. opposite the- Planters Dealers In. Fancy indeed, this Maga;iAe"irho11 .in "f1'.aJ.! In fnct n--T_ $-tnrm of Kai Fl'iriJ.i.: nod ,connect both wars with I t within the enslornre or to ills of a .j.. .

side of Charlotte street. Hotel on East t hit i* the only illiatrateA Mn atine in the country ; Lillie. Clapb uarvii ite.3t the NcwYor-tj'l\mlaip*,Carolina uailroads, and! I cently eonttrtteted Bathing ihme uoU ma

Pedro &'IId. Djfalerin Groceries, Provisioas.Jtc. which tat .te
corner of Cuna and St. George street. year, which proves how superior it u. i CIipbojr.:3,7JPo-tirnnite In" 'alM NaiU. Hair. frttm Charletion to Jjcktonviltt, 33-_ amended and aht" ed/" to rid tho*, (LO i

F. /.\ Qciney. Watch maker and Jeweler Term*...Cheapest of All I Tar Pitch, Rosin, O..kUIII. 'Vhiie Lea.l, Pjiuls Pit'olata'fIJ Pa'.atka, .5 10. person violating this section of this vNi

:' :1 G"or:1 rreet. nearly! opposite office of Dr. Peck., on Oiu* copy for one year 2 dollars ; for three copies S, Oil, Brushes Sheet Lead, till,Par Iron. For further r\rticufars,apply to.. on conviction before the Mayor, i it a wlutel ;

po.>i jNelul' Retailer of Boos Shoes, Caps, cfunr! !! ; for rive copies 7 dollars and 'fifty cents ; I B. E. C.\RR. 1. .V. \LDWELL; .' l forfeit and pay, for the Cut otleoce, a &nf <

Ilauand1 Dry Good. east side of Charlotte .trect, for eight copies 10 dollars; for sixteen copies 20 dol Acpust 6>h. I mILEtSSI' .& Fl.SKGAN,Jac!!" '". dollars,with! all cost. which may accrue a
corn-r of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. la rs. II I _ U. I K: UUl, faiaiki.: (eb2G' lection of said fine and for each sib.eqqest

L.Jl rene,- Andn. Tailor Charlotte street, PRMIUM3 FOR CLUD3.-To repay prisons get B1Q.Cldnf: VarLsh,' &r.\h'ons Thoe a tine oi Ten. dollars, with costs as alutI

near the Fort. ling up Clubs, the following splendid Premiums will hsont $hoe Va [itsh, ifirnes Var sl'Atl1L1'vsEcuItl'iy9Oomo.-PEIU'E1'UI1'Y a negro or mulatto, oo' unticlioD sliailiiu&i

John, Utina. Root maker, Chirlotte street near be given :-For a club of three or five, a premium nish Rubber blacking Fish Neaw foot Oil. at: ; this ordinance the offender Man freed

_, 't\e Cill.l teL' plate, 1G by 24 inches-a magnificent offer. For a retail-" I Orl i B.E.l C ,R It. my-live stripes cu the bareback.

Michael Nelligan.-Cabivt Mak! r,. CIjarUt.e: club c,f eight a ropy of Magazine for 1852. For Ji TilE 3IUTI7AI. LIFE IlSVR.'CECOJI Resolution 3d.
'.. street,below Temperance Hall. a club of tfixteeu,an extra copy for 1653 and a pre. Stone Lillie for ; w.nhiug good PAW Resetted. That beiee/icr. Dutil'vilienriK

1 Bartol OHtero; alack Smith and QuaSnyth, miuiu plate in addition. wash Bruahe't idolor5ns.very 1iDtt. Al. ded,c tax of six.and a quarter cent per tfoj 1*
r.eal&heNonh Ga-.e of the City. A".1.1.0BCJBL/1. .. .Dost.naid.l"-- um, Ccpj>er 11).Glue, &:. OF NEW YORK-N0.35 \VALLSt., and collected for each stall in the fish ma
CHARL'SJ. PETFRSON April 30lh, H53-! I B. E. CARR. TETAccamulated Fund,N ov. 1st. 1849.$900,- and occupied in tie vending of Flub ; and it i I

.???// /*'tr/. f'1or. 'wd Ecfrelfoneid'. by :No, DSChes'nUt-Sttcet, Philadelphia. t' 000secnrely invested in Bond. and Mortgages .b, made tile duty of ihr City Mar hiJ.
F. ridier, C .yll iel. the Ltauildrcss.' on real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks' all fiih brought toibc market and (with tbeirenceofany

WjfJJj Game: Retailer Li-pors.. Refreshments' ,, TO LtGEVuhiablo : J. .\ : :I'Jat Par 1ing with common starch-Starch will give polish linen far a ofthe States State and City of New York and United IWD discieet and di in,ere ie J L

&c.. Charlotte street, ophite f:1rid er'. BowUnc: : Tracli of I.mtl lir Sale. bmuiiful ivory appearance I B. P. CARR. This Government.fund is I whom he may select to unite with bio ia say
Alley. : rapidly increasing by a widefm'xten! lion. he.iuay make) hull condemn ail sacsmay '
-- 9 81HK: sujuenber t4* A! 111'ct the several owners Hair Dye. tied and prosperoas baalness. t be uiuound Iud utfif for *f-afld trotS
JL offers for sale some of tlie most valuable The declared dividend
STAGE OFFICE. lands Company : a of profits of fif after the passage of Ibis resolution nosaJ*
in East Florida, to. wit : Improved liq lid flair DyTh is a capital L
OjScteJ \tPiccUta I i ty-two percent on all existing policies o. the 3 In shall be made, either openly' or covertly a<
Mail Stage. Bridier'a. City 800 acres valuable hnmir.yci! land, West ofFlem- an instantaneous and permanent January, 1848.
market bell ha
been
and
1EtrL. Dye and no trouble regularly raa;. aayj
Lngtonknown
the Gibb Lnd Seedirecti4ns. It iswarrantrd
r aa ia Marion Co., : and if -. All the' Profit are divided made in violation of ibis ytouibiuoo, M nerrt>V'
satfcfnctonr
._.' 1100 acres near the .\!acIua Savanna, known no to be returned. It dies ei among j
.
.. as ther !She' the lainred cbrrdtube ulItrlJJ-Wd cal&ha tatcbSkr
CHURCHES. Uu Garey Grant. ; cr (Irowu as Jeered try h. ,.D Qu: ,

\omlll Caustic 1-100 acres in a'anFeiaeco !',unmock.. New- : U. E. CARR. Tlfe premiums payable in cash annually,sera- to a preference'overaay other mJividi<

square. Church. North aide. Monumen. nansville, known ns the Lawton LauJs. near ""y '14. IS53.Iiliai annually, or quarterly, interest beiag added on tbe and may be p: .ent at aad after tae ringing of i
deferred propose for any fii! be may see and
Several thousand payments.
'Episcopal Ch-irci. South side Monnmentsquire. undo Grant. acres good ouj in the Arre- .
: _wth Prefyteri of theequare.** Ckxrch. OA Sf CJeor-e-Vtrcet I 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Augustine T -... Magnolia Retreat, :ures to the parties for whose ,benefit the insurances; or covertly contrary la the intent and na
t open throughout ibis
known the Bulow tilt are effected the whole of the interdiction,shall OK conviction befbrt 4 und advantages
/ Methsii.t Episcopal Cr as Plantation having 80uacrrs..fopenlsndsu1t&bIe o..y JSveninj, without
4. .
fit. pr be fined tbe ef fyttli
I .' 7-,".hrJthelcr.poha"II01lle George' .- s et. for cane-.and-eotton. \ ., i"vj. : ':." Jklf., s- ubjectingthexn to the heavy draback.of accamalatefl qoadrcpJe ,valae say .
S. ,.. "14 ,. And several otber' bodies of hammock land. on t. v .hfLRDA'Hops&e. . prerniom notes .* r:v'. ,..? y: ,' .by' .'Jum... ;. rjih.coai... .ofpia.a#' -. ."-
'J'
4 ; navigable waters. Persona may effect insurance on their own lives : "AII '.
OF COURT, EASTEn' clltCUIT., The liijes! are undoubted and term low-.Apply : and the lives of other A married woman can In- ted to invite the ailentioa of'Lieai. MD <
\ ::
Ok'JLORID1t.. I ,Yut, Powders Cream cure the lift of the UnUrd
to CEO. R. FAlLS.\NKS, Hops Tartar. sale; her husband.the benefits of hieb are Stales Topographical Eeivn
xratjso TKRMuesofOr4u Feb 28, 1852 tit. Augustin ',Florida. i I Orange Peel,T'arb.' Soda. Barky, Essence Lemon. secured by law rorthe exclusive sac of herself or chit! non in thja City and (who U Is understood

Fortht Co. iuJ.s. l. lY r1'. Peach Spices, Peppermint, dren. tocr o( Canal Survey In oar State,) u aM i
Lws! m\l, ; School Hook Thyme, Sago, Urandy, Cinnamon, Notmeg, Cur. Clergymen and all other iatervenJaj between the head of itatanza '
,-, I Cl1yiJr, 0:1 the tint Tu.-l-f ; ci iI| j,, nrd ne in vials dependent upon asia ui
tTefyyear.TF.RM.S ? ruth. ,,. '"hIIRC' >.'Geography and Atlas Wood"ride do lard Cayenne English mustard Prepared frencb Mas.Domestic rues specially invited ro avaii themselves of art* muh.'s Creek, the head of lUUfes Uiver, i at

For'As County Sumpter ', <*_*' and do, Prter Parley* do, Smiths new Grammar Pickles. IJt'per, Asst." $ aucesdo Catsup, do source whereby their surviving(amiles may be secured lows llnulover and to ask taah '.'
accoad Monday ia April ia at Ja n Iv.al.. ",., dl] OIn*>ys lli io'y "f ihe.t'u:: --1! g.'t.V SI r'. rom tie evil of Jlen I1ry. with his other ana ogement*;examiae ihes

r the eaoji.and. every year. "pll'r and definer W ''ItI': s I" 'j'>' "fulm-m6rAt Prete4rre A' U PampIdetJiexpjanatory of |Le principle Mains a tie* to ascertain tbe practicability ef i _

ra A i'ritin.tac."unJ: caa%" yofpatnanv at Pilaika thiri Tuesday cl i.'bu kt \ 11'uf; : ; .o ofR'I111 Braildr Fruir, Cherries &e. Tamarinds.i Life Inenrance.ajuf ilioUatiag us. advantages -with water communication to connect those lire

-, every year. of U.ite.. Slat a. 'uu.'1 if.4 :" ,\!cr the coanty o{Mtrioa,a' O'al*,fourth Monday! hog bcok, Jj Friunn-T, lu ro- ; xIiOi: l rradrr.daboUsariihmrtic. -. ,.:;& Slamon Sardines Retail. rad- the Company Wall st.. or of toy of its agent ."

oi .1..1. "_. It'.I lea J pencils ink; l-tter paper, B. E. CARL TRUSTEES. O. HUMPHREYS.Aa .
For .the of wafers, qiullf sled jn, note *St. \ June I
eoaaty Alachjia at Newnanrville paper. toy books. (c. ugustinm 81h-i853. Jos.'B: Colli '
David
faJ1 Monday m May. I LI.1. t.A IU(. Wm J C ColJe0; Ordinance to raise a revenae fo meet the|

For the COG 01, of Cola-nbu :I \larcs26ihlFXh.! J k. M A R Hyslop Alfred Edward. rent expeace of the City, for the year 1U53)
RINDS. H
illigator.! tleI figPa.t",Prunfs.Bf McCnrr'y. Wm Belts
on .1 the
erGhoice exiiagubhmentof tbe City debt.Se'itOfdauudtbj .
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I lODt> Uf'i \ -1 T : French.. Cordnls Winston, Joseph
t.H'r \\ Almonds Blunt.
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Liar vuAf C W Mayor
A'.! .Jl1 coa'u bef"re, ofN.s aa.at Nassau C. If., oa the TO ;FII.1b1(1).t v f. \ N: t D I'f'Ilt l tf' rt..1 ,, Porter., 4.Jcr' Wines, Brandy John Faber P Yelverton. Isaac G Pearson. the City of :t. Augustine fa Council cue*

I For the thrfjorthIjaJif i 1 Ml.. WORKS FOliF! Yi-: '.-. 3. t I I Theo Sedgwick. Henry Well. That V Tax ef on-eiLhe of an* BTt CCBi '*"
oC B.
*t'aty Du E. .Wm Moore
*;fburtti uoaday! 0013,. at laeuouille. .! 011' the 8t.OOO DOLl.Mt* A YE.t.t I '-:.. t .-":., CARR. Slaev B r.oHiu. ?".k..1. .,_,. the same ia hereby directed to be imposed i

I For the C111t11Y.o' St. WANTED fn -v ry e 'I. :.,. Y, Joh.\ .t '
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:jt. A I John of all Iteal Estate situated tad .lying
:a.tine WadsWth
I thesecotdMoadsyhiJune. on !nin "rpii.m ( 'r..n.llo I.: eCe1Vehy the David A
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10 .
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choice Chartered limits of the said
the sale of S 1\1 City-4ad
gage in MJUIIoi Uje1.t 1. ;. LSo.I;,' 1J tc| ci'tint WiOt'J Ubi,. Nic Cornell Robert ShnyJer.
fo I nams, 10 Kegs GOllY \o wit) Frederick C. Uaa .
C\QI1ry. wen <-1 good addrew BUlIl'r. W.I 01.t. C .' M Wilkina Iaos Chamber persons ( artys _j
ror th. Cfomir_ cf Orange an J St. L'acie sinallcpitaloffr'rn .' 25 to 100, sued h" pscwiug inUucemrnf a I grell, ..air., 2 .UB B d'.hOcolatr,3 do Coo. John V ** Pruy Joseph *, befto D.'Rogero,ar J appointed assessor's ts a
: tlird "be offered n.MO'l.UI $ iri.tia foil Fred Tockermio, miD the value of said KeeL Eauk 'ael fix 01
TundIY."bewre the first MitiJsy ,? MM a! to enable tficnitu nuke fruin 81 Choice Principe &c., Segars.at WhitUesey, Mote H ,
No".rn.rr Grinneh
(wjrfe| far the year H33, w'U be the J8.h to S-5 1 *ir Pffif. I robaCCO .Charlea Ely, Win J sis upon which U.IJtX than b levied aadby III
Oetob Banker
r. CT The Booki published 1 CARR John C farther ordained that aha Ux imposed by tteM
ior bse coucty of Putnam, On ti. last byus *re all ureful' in May 2., IBS.?. Crnger Eugene Dutilb '
Iwfcrethe hI, fondlyfn "Noveajb-r Tu.-d5 their character,.eztriPinely popular and command : \Vlher JOT, diD a r e shall be collected fa tic aunt tna*

1 .'4? Je53. will be Jit of November. (which! r r"the I irge sales wherever they are offered, .' : Stationary1. AU'redPtll, j FraaciaSLatarop.o Thatcher.T. under the si ma rrgalatioas as are provided i
For further, particulars, address ( : force in rdatioB to the colketion ftl City tam
poutaze paid)
:def For iD tJje November county Kmnpter, oa the t whIch for ,
( iht yiar prime Secretary.
tk, i3i NsvcsaWr.. 1 i633,- wifl. ..L. J 181 WUli u SUttt. New York. aadJescriptiflolprsaleat Stationary, 'rI 1 I of. everyvirietv. Jonra BLUXT, C aDaeUor. : .' Pas.edbyiheounciII9JtUtar1. ..' G.UUAlPIIKSYS.1853.
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