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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: November 12, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00048575:00160

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4 xnzY *& Y AT W SpIritsTm; sloe Pralrl. r.i: & : take the consequences upon my o'irn head, but Few: men have:ever>! gone'. to Congress with ,, off their fireworks witlui friction match;. .t '

".ury as oarsALLn- v't.-, remember.I ,adr Ued you to have nothing to dowitL more.fun and popularity tbaavthe lion. 'Leslie and directed the muzzle of the tin t %CewardS' <
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ric V- lV'. !r..i-" Coombs, of 1tentu k1. Inthewajofaneodote, the.preacher's desk. Instantly; a terrific crap!
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L CANOYA. I was travelling a few months ago|n the wes In:a moment ran intojhe =bin and broeght he U unequalled,while htemode ofj*telling stories tation' was heard, and the whole pulpit was t

r uaae fetadvance. I, tern part of the United States, a ton'iu part to forth the pine'taWo and\fae'two to9t$t- I was 6mi'arts at oot? to them that DO oaocan aPPrci .envdopjed m a d dense cloud of sure tee, rcHevoiby

are recruit my health, which had been broken. by an M engrossed t: !did ,not observe, thoblackfmngclouds l iteSrhohas': *Kt mado his acquaintance. 'ashower; of sparks and a lurid glare of blue

r of flee Parma' imterr3itting,afj
ijiwt ff twelve Say sad tan. I to gratify' curiosity. and witness and Wan0tU'. Incantations. PresanUylh ta :: like a, book {9 old iUorvLueky| ,:.whose afabew paatcmIai.. The 'with : : '

,5LJLkL ..fM orll"II..greft,. Matures-110 of jpures. :'rn. world.. .... )rose gcoUr ti fear I inches fB:)"'tZ.fC.tat......dbtrp again.Another ., task ibr bn ag amoanta, ef tiroes;'to Ute-snVlime. gild shricVi' and 1IX.I "ti tff't; it g'. ebtt'hat ..-

PIJkbe "I ..."' ,.. DO 'hmelt cose; now' 'higher quicker, and .. Whenever the J taor Las a stranger Inthe come 'for:sartfal" Ac., rushed d trwardi.. the door. :
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.. pa1d tsr battasdessby .enaoeia torn, and fancy solitode, for unlessI several inches into the ground, then it became.. himself;" and with a success-'t that leaves ns ther preacher himself indeed,* was a speckdd":

a ngar. easterner. By i can bare precisely the''person! I wish with me, more violent in its 'demonstrations, it pitched nothing to desire. The following 'scene' took of moral subCnuty His shinicg black:'&s

star toteet. &%rcgqiHe sum aay be I prefer my own companionship, and upon a from tide to std, it reeled, it jerked, it sprang place between the Major and CoL Peters, *a late appeared with undisturbed setenj 11 amidst the,

MIl transited with the adverti j tour like this, alone', I can follow tjpe bent of my at if a fiend possessed it. r''seized tho table, arrival from 1lfl\! () s S. .- :gleaming horror of his "snlPb'urous canopy,1*

'. own inclinations there is no othe1'j l'IOn'l tasteto pressed upon It, but could notkeep it down. I Major, I understand from Gen. Coombs that i as he outed..oat. MBlaze away, atan! blaze

net marked with the consult, I can go and do as my impulse sug. jumped upon it, but was shaken off; an .unseen, shortly ofterthe Revolution you visited England; awsJjdon't:, you see you .can't site dls chicken,
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dPwoI continued gent But I did not cpnUnue fl,my course, na I.tutecL power,stronger than I, defeated me. My friend how did you like the jaunt t* ho how. *:yoo can. fix it. ?"-JiJ
: nervousy clutched my arm. ; such a grasp his Capitally! I had not been in London fin : ..".' jt'

wilfee ettf* edfar all an "At Buffalo I fell in with young nan of picas. his fingers seemed penetrate to nay very bone hours before the Rex sent for me to play whist, A fast and good Story. > .
An wasbragging of the
L- kg exterior and looked at him his bad and devil cf time Englishman speed onEnglish
prepossessing manners. He eyes "assumed that a a we had of it
eaacftrd ce; to bepald I railroad to Yankee 'traveler seated at
was traTeHIoJ e knew not _whither any where, brilliancy for which they Were remarkable, his Rex I what Rex t' a -
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his side in one of tho cf"a V&st tram in'
$700 erery where, it was immaterial to b'only he countenance wore a wild superhuman expression Why, Rex the Kiog.aeorge:: the Third. The cars ,
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far Ohteri cf Aifanhmf rtUon, 5 00 must be moving There was something about ;large drops stood upon his brow.. lie pointed game came off at Windsor Castle-Rex' and I England. The engine bell rung as the Yankee'trahVneared ..
station. It to the
tee aye ., 10 00 bis person, I cannot tell what, I cannot describeit with his long and slender forefinger slowly played against Billy Patti and Ed Burke-and a suggested ,.
down his
will ; but something, an affinity a sort of magnetism. to"the very middle of the table, whjchhad now resulted rather comically"** l in opportunity of "taking corn panIoD \
els !d benefit bebu&essadcocnenjniea ** *"
: ceased its loOked in HowsoT i a peg or two. %T"What's
impeded me irresistibly towards him ,I proponed vibrations. that direction,
Wig.sett
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w l Inserted gra.J. to him to accompany tap to the Far West; and from the central point, a dim Husory mist :. !As we were playing the last game;Rex: said, that noise T innocentiy 4"inquired the

be acceded to my proposition, we joined 4 roes was sijbwly rising. It continued to rise, and did i in rather a familiar manner 'Major, I suppose :Yankee.
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enj started not float but hovered the from knoW Charles "We are approaching a town, said the Xa
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company. away, over spot you Washington, do you not\\6
h fir Job Ling, to laceI paid,
rive aFerk.ltrtlai ITy companion was a singular being; ho was aatda1 whence it exuded More: and more came, it in- 'No sir,* says I, Tdo not;;but I tell you I do glishman.. "They have to comaenco ringing.*. ...

,a perpetual astonishment to me. I took creased it gathered, condensed; gram more tan know, George Washington the Father of his about ten miles before theygct to a station,pr.

ell to reeffo attention pleasure in watching the'unfoldings of his charac gibie, and presently begin to assume an defin. Country,* 'Father be d--- -3,' gays be.. 'he else the train would run by tt befire the bell

le.ripaiA ter. About his temperament there were the nite shape, a fioattog, ethereal shadow. I saw was a cursed rebe1/"lDd had I served him right could be basal 1 Wonderful, isn't It 1 Isupposo .*

and shades. At times he the dim outline ot human it he-would have been This they. baven't invented bells in America yetl
- strangest lights was vapory ,a figure- hung long ago. ; of
1 t c t Wler t 1: Yankee
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__-.. ... ", ..1f. I '-J. Brtrthfol, his conversation extraordlnarnybrSUnt grew distinct it took the form of a beautiful re-i course riled me, and to that degree,,that I just 'l\Vby"yea.n replied ; un'TelO\

.' .; Y III XUSIC. and spukCng,flashes of wit and humor male. Though enveloped in ttouds, I could drew back, and gave him a blow between tho bells, but can't use them on our raOraads. We,

f. lighted it cp to a degree I ,teeter saw surpassed. distinguish the long tresses tossing to the breeze, eyes, that feTJed him Eke a bullock. The next run so (anal fast that-the train. always keepsahcad'of .
a...... .....u..toa,. the sound: No use whatever .the lOad
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almost white rounded and and
Bat were inrariably succeed: arms, proportions sylph moment Pitt Broke mounted me, and in less ,

., A..retWrynn; rKi' ed: by fits of melanchoJly, depressing to the last On her small head a wreath of what appeared to than ten minutes my shirt and breeches were so i never reaches the TtHage tin after the traia! 4:..toby" ,
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degree, and it was long before be could"bo aroused be bridal roses, her drapery snowy white, long torn-and tattered that I'looked like 'Lazarus.'f
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by Indeed! exclaimed the Englishman."Fact .
il' .J from them. Upon these occasions he was and flowing, but in her breast was a wound, a his gave me rather a distaste for English socierty ,.. f .

.. .AlI.IU". t inn deaf to aH about him and'5| aU generally startup ,deep gash seemingly! the work of a dagger, and so the next morning I set sail::for America ,"laid'the Yankee, had! to give up bells*,
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; ... f r wbern be nag that test to me, walk,away alone, be gone several hours, and from which the blood was slowly wellirg. Th3: Six weeks afterwards: I landed at Washington. Then we tried steam whistles-but they wouldn't !
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,i TV lick.<>.nirallay' return in his usual state. When bespoke, ho vision fixcdjicr large clear eyes upon my companion The first person I met, alter entering the city answer' either.: I was on a locomotive when the..

amt Ac gti tint life ....u.el'.l1.!r .*.. ? 9wed the pocessioa of a in nd .well stored with ; his brat i grew hurried;t could feel hisnerroas was" Q : whkUe m **. f--tras*tried.._ -. .. WewereOtDI.&ta._ >.* ....' -_ .,.. r

//t- ;: 11ft......,... tbt jrratesi Ttmety-of Jnfarmitidn, and'1>eirngeridenee ,' gaiveoldEs t4 the very fittest*fibre of tay :. :<
Ai ..Wa' ou hearts tJul Ur, : of Tart research.' Huterious, Incom- frame. mthatdd'" 04 federalist,Quincy Ad-. to hold my hair on-W, saw a two-foone wagon ,

1Ae ,. All this time the storm had been gathering He wanted to crossing the track,about five miles ahead, and
rrrc.., .uoGC.p1a- pebensi'blebeing, be would converse with me on tens me play ninepins.with him,
bat unheeded OTer our heads, and finally it burst and I did see Wonr$200 at two the engineer let thd whistle on, screeching atrooPcr.
Set 4m. of fife vat.,.r erery subject: one-there was one topic ta shillings a game,
us. The raIn descended irv sheet the and then had It screamed awfully, but it wasn't no ,
Tit ek a alt tV wetrr ..ytfeLa booed-upon Hmcf could never induce. him upon a row. ,
thunder roared, nod lightning played around us. About what I' use. The next thing I knew, I was picking
.o3e4.1 .(bsiy We to utter a Sffl*t1r. I know not where he was

I.+IrsTi.rtiaclarottac.....r: .. ,. born who wcrPhU (friends or if be bad JUlY; The vapory spirit fixed her large eyes upon jny 'He wanted to pay me off in Continental money, myself out of a pond by the road side, amid th.

4 ". whatwere his pursuits his expectation! upon friend; his were riveted upon her, for she pos worth about. ..a shilling, a.peck.. I got angry, and fragments of the locomotive,dead horses broken .

few**!*_lite folk raorttfat nriiteektobeontoftbo.t-: all this was silent as the grave. Strangemy strrioos sessed the power of a basilisk. Long and, steadily knocked him into a spittoon. Whilst I still had wagon and dead engineer lying beside me. Just ."

.4etl .ti III ,: .as he wwJt coold 'notjcave: him, Iliad she gazed, beckoned, then .extended her him don. 'Jim came in and ,dn rced me off to then.the whistle came along, mixed up with soon''frightful

NteTe .i jy....7i3 rm ti not the iTnere was a spell about him- beautiful: arms towards. him. the !White House oaths that I bad heard the engineer usa:
power. a :
r. .M d.e..anlul fjiranation: ; which drew me towards him-and "I come, I come!".sal! he, and. an unearthly :''What.. JIm. t' 7 when he first saw the horses. Poor fellows be. .

wile..lte.aR shriek went almost the heavens. was dead before his voice got to,him. After that ,
from which I could not extricate myself an nn- up, rending WhyJImMadIon. I scent and played euchrefor .

earthy brilliancy in Itlt eye riveting me to his One spring, and he was upon the table ..the two hours, when'Tom' cam in and insisted we triedllgi'tl, suppcsiDg these would. !travel' .,

tRe. Vc .for my fife I could not quit him. I/ j, figure closely clasped in:.hls arms. Just then. that I sbonldSo home thhSSL'- '.:. faster than sound. We got some so powerful* "T. '
the lorlatt- that the chickens woke all along the'raid**
We had been journeying-; day over one of there, was a ..violent shock thunder, everything 'What Tom l' up ., '",

the large prairies in the valley of the Missouri, was dark\; but in an instant a flash of Why, Tom SeSerson. Jim, 'however, would when.we.come: by supposing it to e mornipg.But j .
cl.eae tho locomotive ahead of it and
,and towards night came upon a clearing on the. lightning chased away tho obscurity and far up not listen to it, and the consequence was that kept stiff was

'outskirts of's forest, in the centre of which & above me, floating away in ether_ were twoshadoway 'they. went into a tight lofthe midst of it they fn the darkness, withJhe light close on behindit
wt.y p' aim aeIIIiK figures undutinguishable in the dim The inhabitants petitioned against it; theycouldn't
most welcome sight wast presented-a small log fell oter the bannisters,and dropped about fifty
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6ie ae.fwi.1 and iebe, sleep with so much light in the night ,
distance. I could only woeO they :
wcnrelosdyclasped feet When I
cabin; no architect had designed its uncouth proportion left they were giving each other
timef had to station electric telegraphs .
Finally ire
*, it wa rudely thrown together by the in each others' arms.: h-1 in the coal abler' now it terminated '
e l.nt ilewd wcta be bdk 'lWhaps"tho flashes of along the road, with signal men to tdi-
Mad vivid electricity blind- I could never learn as then 'Martha in
of a workman. unsHled In the use of tools. just ran ;
4I T ruesotlt irttrwbk for the i ed me but fora while I never know hoW .i graph when the train was in light ; and h'llrriy .
Bit Tou h and umrmmctrieal as it was it 1orb, and said I must accompany her up to Mount '
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_VI Q IY frrier.t IW apeeimw hs' a palace to us tired wanderers, "jth".noother appeared I 1&1' 1nscnsI1)) When I returnet' to con.ciousness I Vernon; to see 'George." I heard that some of We/wt trams beat theg TIng = '
)i6 figawed her 18 minutes 40 miles. But I '
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I extended every '
expeciiUlon than that of passing the"nlght na upon tbe .ground: 'Wh'at Martha do'you mean I* .. '
1C i ieteraaed to find tiat'Is fnw-the stlbNtobolOl. : .
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ma as table
everyjHng
UDder the blue vault of heaven.jife pine 'Martha Washington, wife to George the old '.. ; -
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w..6 a as queit as If it bad never a thought of '
entered the door stirring, boy mat Jessy to the Hessians. .
the gave
elids a&etlam and s.flf open room was teVnatitlca. I Nor BAD.-Tha, 1a.ntor of s county .!
A table two '! the: two stools, the remnants of our ?supper,*all About here,'Coombs said the stranger began' !-'
w earebped inioE pine stoo1rp oeoaeb '>' r, weekly paper who_ wrote_ a rery lbHndf hand, ..
nntdiang4 but Iua aloha 1 he.rain '
had ceased discover that,he wu!swauowingthmgs. The ;
and utensSs
a few cooking ,'composcdmfeTbe was frequently annoyed by the compositors: inquines -
MN ,and the western horizon was on fire with the next stage come.a1c be took In.loran ,
.. habitation had probably been '. r passage concernlc :words which they could not

h stmt there eed : ienco hunters, as a !em- gorgeousnessof the setting sun, betokening a adjacent town. The Major, we believe U':sUH. de ipl!.r. .,,0nddiy a compositor,who was as.lit- ."
for the The .
do.a 9ee aad Pi,," shelter la their pnrsui for game. We pleasent day morrow drops sparkled ; living, and stin believes that thes1Iopinghe tie acquainted with the dlspositioa of the editor"as .:, '

..w.l.t a aewa a. 9P look possession, built a fire outside tho lodgeand on the leaves about me, and my garments. gu.Louia the Eighteenth it_the. d--dest .bel{ he was with his hard-wrltin entered the':+ i

Y.y..eg by. cooked.OBr venison and bear's meat weie saturated was wet to the. akin. I went thing on record,-J ; T! .TtteAtAan.SacrIIelotas ., t
tYsaMMNNeen a .oei o.el ffBfpcr, into the cabin amd madajayself comfortable" for y' .. turn and holding the copy before bt.-'eI.1D- '> I

1 IiriLe tb.ieMfMiNe.t4.arJ otter own sfeeot&g washed ..down with water quired what a certain crooked mark stood t....- _.;. v
and the
the found
night following morning ,
fcns the clear cold stream bnbwhi out from me Blstarlwuacc. The editor,just at that moment, did not wish tbe 1

tfcf rackbelated the house. Our meal c nclu- homeward bound. Since then I have & rr We ban just hard -eta TUWnoua transactionPerpetrated interrupted, and exdalmed ":,

6wwf6sii.r des, we Uutff ourselves,aPoc the grass and be. dabbled in"the supernatural.4 .t...:. TBXVOK. in this city which\ satisfies ns that Go, to the devifl' rtTtie !:

lr.e f.. &u to talk upon what was passing* in the busy COOL 4sens.-A very cool answcy from,a 'there is as manor "bad young men*!' la our city; compositor retired, not to his Sat-Lotca- ;

1_& At this time the public wa first agita.egiritrul : as there was years ago. Mn-_., the, pastor of jesty, but the printing of3ee--n4when the di* ,
.. .. ...Ie ... oat .. OM" sophomore is indelibly recorded among the mem-.. .
+.rp h"" fiats he seetttt rapptngs; ictereourse with the cries of oar collego days. *' one of our African churches, Is celebrated for the torrcad the goofs, be had pleasure ofieeihga. J

.rM..ie .. Undtfcroagb esrthily mediums had just Professor--- bad a peculiarly' red Hose; BOred fiery and sub, uioas quality (/hIs?, pulpit, elojquence. fine fa nisleading editorial';react '"' j
1Mwt tdilftl; "'
I', Alt 1111 JIt.i '''If'1>4 M.. 1's L s .pleaclut. Cftae+ in vogso. A sadden whim seized me..< indeed, that it was usuaBy! deeme"1>- 'that the There rowdyiah, .young genUemen'Jiadsometimes He (Mr.. Webster) wiO, in all probability, .p' -I,.)
"em.e said I what card \ Into the gaBery of the sanctuary .T-. ,
let 011 see we dodiatcd crept totbdtnU > '
..... "'- ,..... ; be a.nnot lotenor. the temple: was 16 Backus. .
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.lhe'lplrituall here .in this vast uncultivated the where Mr.-officiate*, for the: very naughty The waslooked ';rand the crookke3 mark -
point professor
ittt; Mr .aJiiiiuiiMiii. torcfe si Upon'this waapecaHarljsenstUre. .
expanse; let us try who we can'conjureiiap. ,i i. I purpose; of amusing themselves with the devotional ...1iurenderedo'f liomlnatedJ. .

I 2=. >r pradesoe. PcrUpa BOOM nymph of the prairie maybe in- exercises of the colored minister and his -f .-. :. i

Ctfr.....Irfesler waist, tadrnr : One day a chestnut,.. propefled by some inristUo -. .
cletecl:: to ooeme at oar a.D. the ghost of atone In. congregation. Q.i erring that the zealous preacher : F.umos.ikz.Cum."JobD, what is a 'gentleman J .
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hand hurled roomj"
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dine eWe( perh the last of the Uohicans hhn- t ranch in pyrotechnic Illustrations, :; ? -
ps in contact with 1 the learned very 'a ,5 : "
iw ".. 1Ml. violently gentlemen'sfoH
.... ..aJrJ,1"iI.1'. ,elf may rise up at oar tiding, with ,his dusky :" it .these wicked youths determined to give .'.theaudienceTOmething "Stub toe boots, shirt-tail coat, ad a blglt l' .
that frit almost
pw to
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,7 t Mi.e aril..yeettyegcrad i ng spun..
t&rk eyed squaw, if he had one, and perhaps a the cellin practical in the same way; shiHcolIar.M.. l' j
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.... .4 .f ....11I feb i a this intention procured the handle 'What is the chief end of ".. :,
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a< liele train of little brown: pickaninniesmayrvreal snc\ they a gta&saaf .
'< thundered I (
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th.v'11Ll'! tof a tin ladle, the hollow of which they filled 'IrlicoatblL" : : .
0itanil. II _hll ..,...... was you,:sir;don't d'aii; ) sir;your b1es.bdD1' .. : ,
.y Crie d-atarW recoD r sir." ;:v : ,*. with "wild-fire"a preparation made by mixing "Where do you find that r"InthefirstlJookofJencsopbit ., :,.. ; ;;
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"said be "meddle with what docs and water then drying it sufikiently ; P9th d4.
... idll/.fy W.es.er beta.! fKo, not i "Doyouthinklbloah, sir!" 'modestly asked gunpowder ; '
act eeeeera yoo. Leave disembOEe4' spirits the student '; to admit of.ignition. The trio, provided'withthis ter and DOth Terse.* / t r 9
tilt... .
... l..hdtbeyare rose hands. 'Let the diabolical contrivance: took their CVpoIiUon1n "RigbL; What ta.the work cfeentlonaar*. 11
Professor
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"Blushl" retorted to *. Your ;
face is
arms I INn is 16ic: .. deal pact bury its c1u4r\Md.w leave them'W1&- ..., .. ,' .... ... .... a corner of the gallery,near the pulpit, "To borow money, to aU.rp.car new to'p. "t M : ;4!
red beet"5,
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ell' rC41Ih as as a I
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terbcdin their steep" and waited for a farorsUar portunity to inns- to fl.,... for an oSce/ :
quiet < "
1 1 think -vp-r-.II.-w .
"Pardon sir rcpEcd h'- -' t
.... grace tokeaw t6a me, % '
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irate the Bermoa wit a bla 8Cexu"bitJoa. That l6 What is&. gentleman first duty to :
his -W;) I perstfted iasty Pros'ectbe 'more the reflection cf Vgitffcrlap* bcbtd atXn'ttccordeoa e .. r"i.: :

'. ..I'f iaM't own.j.. ..j, '1 he ." _.,_ against it, the ;-tnertie.... ..fd&J1I'Iii '-.j.-t:!',' ..t j lar ward.-Pot laartlTr+you cri t .. "opportonlty I was soon oered them.' The speaker *To borrow a pair of.ptaid pantaloc&a. .surd)to, ';
h commenced a sentence with "Sposeiiwas raise a h pair of wwker'x! .t
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with tlwacsrocs
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'1i Tile JtlAsBlsUstratian------ and the AbollUoidits -"TJa kaI'Ck lot Bir John lF"sa._"i don of- error "misrepresentation i in alleging FLORIDA.f.\' when eves the sad consobiion+ cf"

fr.BsIiltifss.Letter. /iOiiD W-P I' their non-ariTal; and not only so enable the s remains to Christian burial; Is oatcFtS

.', | Fordham, of ) merles whaling fetter'f.be so traced as to free from suspicion No coryrRV, kingdom or State occupies such *. er and to merchants 1
Union is Introducing the following Capt i ; and
The Washington r 'lIarrietThompsony'fecently. arrived at i all post offices except that 'responsible for their, a :place in our affection, AS the country of ourPaUity it would msursftM ,
letter to Its resdfra, says :-Tbe President que diversion but render the 'recovery amount in a pecuniary 4ir
San Francisco, from theA regions has communlcated interception or or the land of our adoption. An intimate .fat
U resolved that theinion of the f party on to the Conftnercw' Advertiser of that of the letters, factually{ mis.ent,or the saving of dollars and cents. Aloag fee
of its history should
:tSe principles of the Baltimore platform shall bepreseffed city, the following interesting,.intelligence I In regard detection of the delinquent if the letters have and' perfect knowledge 'i I extent of sea coast, of thenited SfaL.*

.- .. sad for his own vindication, he trusts to the search for BirJoha franklin: been stolen, a matter Lttlo short of certainty. be acquired and possessed by alL Its general f not so"dangerous and fatal a spotto3i3

: Capt Fordham thinks tha.all further search This is an intimation to which we really think welfare and progress in manufactures,.agriculture 1 ,
In that generous people who have commissionedhim for the Erebus and Jreror It useless. On the serious attention ought to be paid by all persons; and should be an object of the the; Florida reef; and we bettors Ihere, .

with power. They win stand by him and 13th August he sa.one of the ships of the and we shall real obliged by its being acted on commerce, vessels castaway, and lost ta those iee& '

;iIIi., : pustaln hlo, 'ecaaso they know he win keep hisiTedglss searching expeditibnfsupppsed to be the Plover. in all cases in which remittance intended for us deepest interest, to all and every on -ot its citi on the entire Amman coast bes< .

and redeem his faith She was then In tho Arctic Sea between Princeof are sent. by mail.:JT. 0. Picayune.' zens. A'noble emulation should exist, amen; aught not all the States in the Unfea frSe2?

1 Wales Head and the Diomede Islands She the citizens of every State, and should excite
WAsmsGToy, Pet 29, 18 anil ly. the maratime States feel deeply IMnauI' ,
would In
Sir.. I that In counties was bound north probably winter them to vie with each other, promoting by all ,
Der > several
-- perceive ANCIENT I CITY.EQCAUTT I prompting this national
Plover Bay,,(named after her,) which was her. THE great and p"
Massachusetts coi.1iUon 1en&toriaJ tickets have Y In their undertaking, enterprise -
i I means power, every
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last winter. Captain F. exchanged by so many lives be
1i place refuge may saved
formed of associated democrats and free. i so aQ,
been I ,
signals with her,but the signals re mutually and Improvement whit may tend to its
art secured from
destruction
oilers. JJy judgement Is, that the democrats misunderstood. At the time she>was seen, the advancemcnt,4nd enable it to rival successfully and such a i
,. who have participated, in this have done worse I dy and safe means of communication -
of ice the dense bet
sea was entirely clear though slsterStates in trade and
opulence productions -
IU
than to commit a fatal error. They have abandonecta fog, which hang over the waters for two months :Ushed, bet cen the States on,tha g&
f which Is fundamcnKL well in the information boa-
general
principle as as, ,
: still Another ship belonging to the l'r and Pacific for
prevailed. ; through this canal die tojl
Tasupport or vote for the freorBoHcrs of Massachusetts exploring expedition was in Port Clarence on the. pit.IitYlU1d politeness of its inhabitants.c California Would ,
is to give eountennsee and to tea affbrdW fteeatfj
power persons
19th of July. Florida, the land of our nativity, where we first *
engaged avowedly In the persistent agitation speediest_,safest -
F.held conversation with the Esquimaux : 3trans
Capt the air of the ocean hero
breathed we {
of the slavery question and therefore hostile, pure ; )
Indians at places where he landed with his boats uable consignments whlclrars daily eoeilgjgjZ
the txtrenest to the determined rr first to behold! the bright orb
in degree policy """"r"r. opened our eyes, lhat 'rAVe ,
there
So many expeditions bad been sent during, > auriferous land. .:
nf the administration. The PreSdent entertaIns OF FEDEBAL alotrra AND DETEBXRreDEE3ISTAXCK of 1ight rise In majesty above the blue horizon; -
the last five that many them could talk ,-
years i
wish
Immoveable conviction this pon! ; ssl ,have Undertaking '
A 1i1t bad occaskta.to on to heretofore*, and .Intelligibly on the subject of,Sir John Franklin. TO ALL WHO orrost'THEM.. to dispel the darkness, with which night brooded I immediate every, faced*, II '
express you beginning a vigorous
: all of us whom be has called to the public service Their arguments wen such as to discourage all over'the land : thou art associated intimately, in I Rork pa If.\
further search for the missing navigators.It the and an early and sa
here and zealously sustain his ,8ti the of t <
moat heartUr AUQU.STINE our fond recollections, of joyous sports our .
such whalemen have "
thought as ,
was by
views on ,the subject, as being the only ones I Saturday,November 12th, 1853. in manhood behold bon" .. (
consistent with honor the r.aTi ,,thClO"'iegioOJl that the Erebus and youth ; our we now your I "-
our personal success .
of the democratic party, thegeneral welfare of Terror were nof crashed by any icebergs or field r present condition, to be such"as we do not wish 1II1 LAaa1f" D ISLEc/t ,.

the country, the Integrity of the constitution or ice, but that they were capsized by being rOreedIJpol' Agents' for the Ancient' Eit11lcssrs. }'. to dwell, on ; but bright hopes cheer, .us, to look -

of the Union the surface,of partially submerged Ice. It for better and in WE learn from the latest Baltimore ,
pcrmaacy was the opinion that the exploring expeditioncould .. Busts OAXOVA, Jacksonville., things happier. changes, your JM0m' J
If there b* any purpose more fixed than another Mii 't" future destiny. caked last man,'the followusj
in thcfnln4of he Pitslde&t and those with not penetrate further this year than 72 deg.. .Jpns BEARD, Tallahassee." :" 'I ;iM; k

whojafceb accmtpraad cnnsult,, it Is that N. Tho Arctic Sea has been unusually clear of 1 R.'T. Bonn Esq. PnatlaC \ Florida is the most southern State In the Union, Thc' do 1'

dangerous element ot&baUtIcmism.( under whatever Ice and tho winter has been comparatively mild. 37" The above named gentlemen are author' the-extent of its surface fe shout 'CO.OOO square largo majority 'The Si Is enjresentatlvcs t' i'.
Arctio Sea
pulse or form it mar present' itself, shall be The showed mountains bat little snow surrounding at the time the the whaling ised. to receipt for' us.STATE ,miles, and its present p population j is estimated at to Congress or whew hbe "1 '

i cursed oat no far as this administration is con. fleet left-not so much as was seen on the .r 00,000, souls; it has a greater extent of sea coast have elected two, and the Democrats four. 1I '
the 'President
This declared In his
e4.
ccr Aleutian Island two months before." than of the States and hall the advantage I Democrats have gained t ro members
Inaugural t this be.Tias declared ever since stall 0 F F LOR I D it. any ) peculiar The_
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times and In all {laixs, when he had accasion to of bordering on the Atlantic and Gulf: jority for Governor Licox (dem.) .4.008, ." '

speak on the saHjeet While he does not assume I The' Chinese are buying np American. vessels PROCLAMATION FOR A DAY OF of Mexico, ; on Uic latter it possesses numerous, his predecessor in office Gov. LOWE ha<|test!&*$ .

: to judge of the hearts of men who publicly,avow and American seamen for the war/' The San THANKSGIVING, AND PRAISE .. safe*commodious and excellent harbors ; its climate I 1500, which shows that the spirit at Dma1rJ

wand principles, be only needs overt 'acts to runners TTsjmLl BY JAMES E. BROOJIE, .
cave. is salubrious is spreading every ,
most and.plc:1S t, not !
---- being fi.,4'
order
show,where they are, In that his settled
policy I the conduct the'a.ffiurs of aha govern'' In addition to tho vessels ship have Hamilton, wp learn beenpurch.ucd Governor of sald.Statc. i subject to cither extremes,of facet or colt, and is \\higs.lJLVO a majority in both frse
that several recently
E merit satfl be unequivocally manifested by large Chinese merchants and are now continually refreshed by gentle breezes from the. which will ..enable them to send a ,Wfei ,ff{'"'

TbOaeirho have appreheaied halting or hcslta. being fitted out in this port, for the opposite r Ocean arid Gulf by which i iaalmojit surrounded Scna.tor..J, S' '\ tTVIIIG '!"
lion the of the PreslJent in !
path on In which part truth and patriotism open treading to him any coast of the Pacific. They will be navigated bv ; its soil is most fertile, and capable of producing ." ?- ,.
American but will sail under the Chinese L1IIGIYATIB

T9.e .
will find themselves greatly mistaken. He Is seamen in abundance, luxuriant crops of sugar, coffee ,
This will enable.thczn to visit Japan \.
flag. -
,
up to this .. His policy was not hastily and we are disposed to think such is the purpose. WHEREAS it is proper for Individuals and tobacco, rice, cotton, corn, triage and all th Tug wanderings and Tao ries'ta which .::.
I'CtUt'JIl white he Jail
occupies Coraunities
; present positionit of their owners. It is said they are desirous of to acknowledge their independence varied productions and fruits of tropical'dirD3f
wiG never be departed from. The constitutional and to return thanks to Almighty God for hff ; pointed expcctation cad a man are reallyngffc
rights of all the States of the Union are as reaching Jeddo about the time Commodore Per. manifold mercies and blessings: AXD WnEKEAS its forests contain the largest and most useful sing but when to that disappointment a..
has the to terms.
dear to him as the rights of New Hampshire. I ry's squadron brought. Islanders a large number of the States of,, our Union trees, among which we may mention live oak, added no future prqjpcct or bopa of i Plena, .

Jiavf perceived from the outset that UiU great GREAT SPEED.-Ur. Elliott, the JEronaut, have adopted Thursday, the 24th day of November for which this State is particularly remarkable; leads to erroneous opinions, fallacy of jolgra "
principle of the constitutional riglits of the States next, as a day of Public Thanksgiving, its flowering shrubs rind exist
his curial from Baltimore medicinal
accomplished flight to plants, And'a tota want of discernment of '
I u fastened In his thought as tho cornerstone oT and have recommended that it be observed palpable fkta
I Lancaster hour and ten minutes. The
this Depend it *matter what one in, the greatest variety, and numbers;. and its This is the lfect
upon no distance is stated at eighty miles. The last throughout the United States: & prpdaccd on a personal erg

consequences impend over him, be trill never thirty was made in twenty minutes. He reachedan Now Therefore I, JAMES E. BROOJTK, 'Covejj pastures are.sufficient to support countless flocks nary mental capacity,'but to a person nafetfUt

allow H I to be,shaken fie by abolitionists' or faction- elevation of nearly ftmr miles, and was hurried nor of the State of Florida, do;by this my public I of cattle, sheep, &c.We of a wandering and unsteady disposition thf* *
iAtn/but will set hU like flint wen I
All against proclamation, set apart THURSDAY the 24th. "
wind the whole have mentioned these to sliotv! the
along by a heavy nearly great suit is
proportionally more tacu itsbla .
right-"haad baeksliJiagj as A,tnst left-hand de. day of November next, La day of Public i! '
ftctionn, which:'may prejudice oremmrass the disbp Thanksgiving; and do most respectfully request'the internal resources of-Florida the many blessing* bars known sonMnrbo alLVmgh+,feta 1I.'rl.

onward progress of, tho republic ,j. Clergy of tho 'Various'reigious denominationsto of nature which she possesses, and is capable! of have by some accidental means, "t Aea {

I rcmala,. crytrulJ yourg ar' The Petersburg Democrats tells a story open their respective houses of Worship, and .. yielding for the happiness and use of man. Yet selves into .for-which ,
t
C. CUSHIKO of little boy of that city who having recently s po.sition$ they wen se-
deliver addresses suited to so solemn and interesting -
n JL FaoTarscnjof,Jr.,Boston Post Boston lost his father, found himself debarred thereby an occasion; and I respectfully inviw the notwithstanding all these inducements to settlers, worthy." tier: neighbor of the Rrpdlie
from attending school as formerly, and in the : she is far behind I her sister_. f:1ks in population, .
wi good citizens of this State to abstain on that day N though nol.thc inoti Infatuated of this cas jet
TJaeKIIIIBK of major Arnold fullness of hw faith, he determined to seek the from their usual vocations and engage in i ib ex- internal improvement., commerce, mantftarturcs makes:.many crroneoai* mistakes, in his away
wherewithal of that footstool to which he
had "
Oufftadcrthave already been made acquaint doubtless been taught to look for other and j and agriculture. Although affording every face! tioru on various subjccUj we d> not call thaawHfuT

ed with-the particular of this unfortunate affair In tho of his heart In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my ity for internal improvements such as Rail Roads but rather attribute them
higher blesulngo. simplicity to a disturb
hand and and caused the Great Seal of the Sate
which occurred in Texas about two months ago and Canals! Sritc'is
still
be rat down and gravely wrote a letter.to' his our entirely destitute of
and in which Maj. R A. Arnold of the Army Y w be affixed,at the Capitol.,Tallahassee, this 31st and naturally dofoctivc sense of perception Wt
.
lost his lifo at the hands of Dr. Steiner also of: 'Redeemer of preferring, thinking! his, perhaps that would so forma] a day of October' A. D.. 1B53.JAMES them ; the face of-theLCpuntry is level, present condescend sometime to notice, and' paint oat
mode requests meet with .
the Army Dr. Stein&r'a letter to his brother attention. What, the E. BROOME mg no such obstacle lo those kin.la of improvements to him, some of the matgaring errors he puce
greater was surprise of the
I.tie posnw r.1Vm., N. Friend Esq., on discover I tho Governor. Attest Governor, of }AP. ;:oriJ. aa exist in other States; ,there are no forth; but we could not attempt to draw a ea- .:
Jest reader may have forgotten it, a brief By : mountains to be tunneled
sketch of l Its statements tug among the contents of his letterbox one L. VILLOTICCE or chasms to be Ulledup lion t bo'ant
of
UKsnv 4 B flMalirfi tint he may was now placed nhdef place prt tJhristr morning lately Opening a It missive he read" directed the ,tot "Jeau or'the Secretory of Stat or arcLod o:er. Wo have harbor to accommodate task, an'1 would Indoed bs unoca. arr ai tst si 1|
story
rest by Mat A.for slapping the faca of Lt Bing. boy's wants" and with a noble kindness'which the largest sLTp. bat comparatively littleor the public! are 4 concerned x*ti e o,paste to slot i

ham who had insulted him that Arnold knew we arc not selfish enough to deprive our readers 0- IN another column will bo seen the Prospectus no commerce; he asiumcx, without any proof except hi* ova |

cameo tltat he of(his Stiencr arrest,) would and had demand armed to himself know with tho of the pleasure or profit of hearing, be depositedin of the "Daily Globe," and the "Congres Florida conta-ns 38,000,000: acre of land, but ideal reductions: u generally a known sad iti Ii> -\.

twaof.tCoIttsBevolrersw. intending to reply to cd the it to envelope the the amount required, and direc sional Globe, published, at Washington,.by JOHN' only SoO.OOO arc under cnl Ivalxn, Why is a'l!1 puteJ. -fact. .j i
supplicant.
his inquiries in such a manner as to f,rce him young 4. C Ilan this J To what can it bo attribut nl? u It is certainly Some of hU latest erratic and incorrect asp '

(Stiener) to strike him when he (Arnold would a very gloomy picture to |
) TUR J.vrAS EXPEDITION.-Tho Japan Expedi clRtempatc7antt Lions, appear in the Lad n tmberof hij paper, i m-

be htld states excusable that he did takinStiener'stife not strike ho further but. lion under Commodore Pcrnreturned'from SHIPWRECKS. demand the at ten tion and deep consideration, of tier the b. 1/"Amxratia Politics," where M

said to him that bf, (A.)knew very Arnold well that the Jeddo, on the 17th of August, having met with afriendly cvery-citizen of ,F oridx It,calk lou.1b'! for all says that_the administration has comvected-itnaY ,

reason he gave for the arrest was not In accord. reception. Tta Commodore had an interview : On the last evening during a strong brcc7e.of the wjsdom I of our Stale_ legislature, ta d jvlxe an1apply1 wjth the P' ydrenehsatthe Demxraile r-' '

ance with the acts: that Arnold at this juncture with two of the Imperial Princes, and ; wind from the'East,'Schooner "TionesfcC CaftJOSHCA a remedy, for'such an'c tcnaive s existent ofKcw York p ._
tb Caitran
is
delivered to them tho President's letter. He is I ty ; now b a :
shot jJ hIm and missed him Stiencr returned EATOX Ellsworth Maine, which nailed evil. Here is a offering in itself
to return in the Spring br A reply The Amen country 'every fat, the President most tri.cly' abstained MM':.j :
the A
fire braking left
Arnold
arm
and miaeed Stiener* then shot; him through again the cans and Japanese parted with an interchange from New York, with an assorted cargo for !rr. inducement to mmto: settle in:and cultivate it ; approving of, or tiking any part with ct&her..'.s

.body Arnold fell,and while in a sitting posture, presents ana mutual: expression of good.will tTAKKXAX of this City,'was driven on the beach, but it is shunned by settlers in search of home 'his interference, mth thaC, ctor of X York,
The before of
&riapr>ed his pistol at Steiner, when the I latter the Governor day went thcf bV'departure board tho Susquehanna the squadron, where she will become,a total Wreck, as there are It offers the fairest prospects otamplo remuneration every bitizan In tiid Kiatry knows and oe3rfrilsd ,

jshot him 'Il This Is the miManco of the Jet. takin with him,number of no hopes; getting her off; all hands were saved to a capitalist, at tho smallest outlay; an of the
presents consistingof Republican ought knp ,
; was
N. 0. vf .
Jerfthc Picayune copies it i in full and then i icays e
,
.
: i article of lacquered ware and other Japanesemanufactured. through the vigorous and praiseworthy exertion still no investments are m..te.n effect JnustaIwarg his desire bad impartially toward

"We hare received a letter from a near relative of our Pilots I proceed from a'caus?,therefore the cause tionil Democrat, and to prevent State dHHdebftrring Of'WJ

of Malor Arnold giving a very dtScrentacwantoftheaffur FRO MOBILE AXI RA.Y 1CA.-The steamship Abo on lad evening was found by Mr.LOPEZ of causes of this deplorable evil,must exist some any.Democrat, from'aa equal parfipation

from the above Tho writer Black Warrior J. D. Bullock commander, from Pilot, on the beach south of the Lighthouse, where. Is it caused by a dread of tho SeminoleIndians 'in ExeutiveAnother .

I nays that Dr. Stiener fired first, breaking .Maj.AmoJd' Mobile and H-tvana, arrived this morning.'She the hull of a vessel apparently a brig and quite who inhabit tho southern part of the patroaagc. .
.right arm. The latter returned the fire slight mutate' he makes in rem
left tho farmer
". with the left hat mused Dr. Steiner then 5b t. the 20th uit. port on the 23tb, and the latter on hew; ho hands on board and no cargo, her,name! State Is it to be attributed to a weal of cute ourselves, that sib are 1mJL
Moil In the thigh,which brought him down, and There is no news of any importance from has not; been ascertained, the breakers being too prize and energy in our citizens?* ,,Is it the fault party W* should sopporL This is an assaetea.

In that position Dr.Steiner shot him twice in the Havana. high, and.no papers found on board.. of our Legislature? or,do other Stales offer great .
which could not
breast; making four shots that took effect of the More proccedfron any one who kawr,
Quf Qastle theDlatkWarrior passed 's O- er inducements 1 The cause must lie in''someone
wluch diodin
he understood
five
rdnHtcju Mrs. Arnold was the American or what Democracy teaches; neiW
ue Louisa
present the whole time' standing into. Havana ST. AI1G 18TIlYE. more of these; but we can confidently!
could it bo the'scntinxat
On the 30th and 31st nit the steamerexperienced \ of a person, trbae
Wie have BO deposition to anticipate the judgment .> answer'o, to the ,last question'-The othaeries
a heavy Norther off the coast of sr laid down for.bimfidf rata to gukk hind
" of the court-martial which has been order. Florida.-3T. Y. inmrrotui THE most healthy and salubrious climate we wilt leave for the t "
3cf in be
the to
jiff! 99 10 try Dr. Stiener for the part he took In this < qr present answered | marks to point out to him, a d keep lava '
-
U, ited States, it is generally after mature deliberation each *
of
acknowledged is by
our
f unhappy &&hWe presume the acts developed GOOD IlcxcniEv-> an unvarying political coarse. jj

ed the trial Trial be published and until theyare ':. cold water; Sir health rise drunkenness::'early7-to be'hsppy drink, that of Florida, and of all the places in 'Florida,. readers; and to be discussed by our fL'Uo\v citi-. TIio lino ftf politics we have long sinep

U docs' cot become us to express an opinion : be honest to please all, mind/four/ own busi-. St Augustine occupies decidedly the most pleasant Tens under all their forms and bearings. and are resolved'to pursue I/thcztraituiiary-,,

upon the conflicting statements above ginnDUt :! fleas, .'"' < and delightful situation being located on the Florida was the first discovered of the States',
ing platform of national :
ire cannot Democracy in .
help expressing :regret that : pate
so brave and meritorious an officer hatiaet with I When you see'a young man and] woman'walk- -verge of the ocean, it continually refreshed by but we regret to say, now occupies the lowest'.' principles practical In its appt ion, bceri
'
such aa untimely cud"-&r. Jenrnal. ingl down the street, leaning against each other gentle and invigorating zephyrs from the sea,_ place in rank and.imporUnce. in its.results, and glorious< in itnropec&, 1
\ m* + I The air of St.Augustine is ties do not
to be
assume
peculiarly for
< adapted a prophet but It is to 1fctf
tiThe like
I a pair of badly matched oxen, be assured .. .
Philadelphia/ajtii'w of Cuban -)
speaking
the care of invalids and those in the first us'a source of unbounded pleasure that o
affairs infers that they are bent on onspU bUOD. stages we on i:ne,dcjnocracjf..tJl Vermont hsve

It,*That advices oils reliable character hare of consumption, decline and the many other disiiscqoeai .' foresee tho Ume>.whoa ..Florida trill assume her themselves high honor ia tba'Tntlfgovernor.

hoop received at Washington, probably from Lon- TilE KosrrXOASt The 2TT. publishes lases, on a residence cold and damp, .rightful position, amongst tbd Are A'ho5.' t'and lead 'f

don Fuis Itadid.u4. Cabs which authorize a private letter from 1" myrna dated September climates. This is a fact which U becoming more* ing States that great TJnlonv 1'bey"Ead. represcstatffevlegislature II ,
the belief that some understanding has:"' been 2Cth, the miter which saya that notwithstan generauy year I ; who were too host to be hrhI-

entered Into by tlje parties named with the ob ding the opposition of Consul Oflky, Dragoman known every .a& is proved by the. I SHIP CAXAJL.TTe too stern to be intimidatrL They adhered .r
ject of gradaaur extinguishing the institution of Drown forcibly emba ked Kosztaf although he increased ,number of f,ers who arrive here I their
I principles in billet baHoL No "
slavery In thee island / Ctaba* : refused to accept\hla release on the conditions every succeeding winter,and for whose comfortable hare been upon .
informed
aJ; That Mr.Bochaw i Minister to Madrid I imposed bv Austria and]refbaed.to sign tho eon reception,an increased means of II'. credibly from an authentic -i was made no Df&eSft1'e bestowed,no tt'easesr
that Mr. Mason thtUtnisierta Paris-have 'ration routing to his non
I a tnstmcted to protest in ft most earnest by yearly additions to our already ordered a survey to be taken,of the most practicable sichasetta area riot bQowxIirt Termest Aid .

1 manner against any such arrangement, as caKculated IFlrench' pblaid assert that one great extensive and well conducted Hotel g.'.Besides course for a ship canal, to connect lamp* the democracy of tho country can .tI1r-' '

to interfere directly -indirectly with cause of people losing their hair, and also resent- a resort for invalids 8t, Augustine affords I3sJrrit6 the spacious harbor of St '
Interests and Institution of the United State moat for Augustine, ..than on their, success without miairteriaj*.
its growth, is the drinking of great quantities of a agreeable residence thorn who wish The Is
2. That the matter will be allo survey now being taken, Dr officers of the the -
/ enjoy .
F /" in the Annual Message of President Pierce to exhUerating i4asement and recreation engineering corps of tho United States ,' .

i t Congress"hJcb IS about to assemble l'EtSEwxa-A of fishing, hunting, shooting or sailing for The :
and ,beautiful onenial proverb great utility of such a public work and FtoaraT (1 c.
FdjeBcU
; ho will tranter tohait body the of indulging in all or anr of these, the finest ;
duty purru* runs thus; With time and patleneithe opportuniUca the benefits '
many "
molbrry-
I resulting Advertiser
: I trig the proper coarse uric er the clrcunutances. leaf becomes satin." How encouraging is this at aD times eiisk. _Bat its,beautiful) United States therefrom to the learns by a letter' received froa 1s. ,

4.. :The President win re-affirm the Monroe lesson to the Impatient and desponding. And enade one mile m length along the saltwater prom at large, are Incalculable and can rids,that tho cotton crop:of that Steals yps.

Doctrine In aH Its leading feature, will endeavor what difficulty iatbere that man should quail at, what 1s usually called the ,on not now bo'Bdentiyestimatcd.. If such* far below_ !n1 timis *hiferto made L that tht*. i

ta apply that doctrine in this case, and win when a worm can accomplish so much from the sea wall, is one of the work was once completed we shoaL no longer health of the country bqUcr 4 thaait waiM p .S-TS.,
recsftttuale some of the &ets and mostattractiw.places jrobhc I
arguments that leaf of the mulberry resort The have '
on. bar Journals
were so luinlaoasly set forth by Jlr. Everett in .. ..Iy complal w.hear against Augustine the dally filled, with .accoonb ofin .! same t'3OQ last /ear;, that land fcsater sfcrowdki ,,
his masterly reply to the propjasUba by many dreadful shipwrecks which 1 the aDd "
concerning RjrxrrrA.xcKJJviIirL. those who have occur eastern eouihsro.sections of Ibe
Complaints have been spent a season here, is that after the
.TrIpartite Treaty dangerous
% somewhat navigation around tho southern Stale i'and tandi rBa ta riles .-
of late
numerous of the are 111..Da.
leaving here
find
miscarriage they can no
; Itwi&t&aa be seta, should the information pUce, where they point of Florida ]
of -letters transmitted! mail to this Numberless tamable CkroAle7a.. '
money
br lives
from be city; caiv in health ,
eorrect enjoy so innocent : ,
Washjngtoa .
that the many .
and
Cuba '
; and some cl the .iC DOt have been accounted delight.1m would bo preserved from a watery ;-. .
Qaestiauts abort tab revived In recreation grave which "I10
,
a new form, for. Persons { AS hey did ,under tha <
an4 :under drcnrotUocea of a very u tinofPdMdc. I I always do themselves rox the> ttlh&hovererfhoold rariooH post offices ,beautiful and azure T of St. Ani,jtine..serene'As ti otherwise now threatens all, who> jhroogh necessity C>rfunrteea It b stated that chore veto wrrir ad J

i through which the aatlafpass and the persona tat iahftbitanta they are most wdal expose themselves to the dangers hundred roJu'tlanary pensioners,a& '

t:; i for whom the remittance intended, the justice hospitable fa their inte warse"with polite and tea ibnl on a voyage from any of our Atlantic 'whom-are reguUn/drawuig'tiielr' pay da.
' talt Imsrxr ?.-Dr. Ir&nktin fEpeaktng of .Ill whkh cUies,to those .
takfagthtjpcfti&dytesor receipt of the poS on the Gulf; indiruJuali Treasury of the StateaTl '
adds much to the mtny Unitcl 'i
ated lays, MIf a man'empties his purse master tiwroTflca at which they mail their xaany othersfadoeements attractions d I and fimnTes. would be '
Into'bis haul, no mq can take it away from him. ktterk for every? money- .tney may transmit. which the first fCity htiC spared from the poignant 4 ;_
grief and
i An laveslbent In k&oiledge always pays. tho This would at once freethe" parties for -whom' Vitei FtstnU tothose'ivho: ; | ether heart rending afflctionaatfendaal on "Ihe marriage pf the ,Jn. pe ofdam

I btd" 'elL"- the remittances were intended, from the .pl_ Ibyazaaam ni or comfort visit her.for, th. the dreadful intelligence,of the sodden death of W1- the Princess* Kiiobcih' Bmrby' i* *1 1 1th

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la ._rler come m. G GLOBED the Congressk>n Tax-Collector'a Sale *<
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I ,"... .. ... '. THE' OFnCIAT PAPER OF cOSGmS- / al Globe and chyapcn it to subscribers Congress BY virtue, of the power vested In me by law I tint :!

'0 /. .-' ,Cr. t. ,t' passed last,yea? joint resolution making It free t 1t expose for sale before the Court House in ."t', .
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,". L"-DJt-EJrsp..fPEll..FOil THE PEOPLR of postage I tnncxitaXthe hw may not be acccwible I the city of St. Augustine on the Cm Monday of Feb.ruary ', '
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; "j. f 1853 A -" .' ,- to postmasters generally: & i 'nexj.the following described property or so .VYTirtoe

paid wSdetra C&n. May 4 C,-nmband. .OQ''i,, ,..IT WILL BE SEE&\b7 tho'annexed extract Joint flea,totionprovid'mg for ht distribution of the roach thereof as win pay the State and County tales
froin'a letter '(
'to of General Washington to Datid and the necessary due thereon for the
", oI'tart ccnses Laws of Cqnprej and the debates thereon. expenses year
10,00
I A. : Stewart dated New York, 17th March 1790 With view laws 1853,to wit: -, .
nrdr far 6'llkttktke. I .'w Gr real esu a to the/eheapcircnbilibn of the
41,3tI ''' 1t i taxeas' #".%. ', 1 G' that, the idea of each paper as I 'pronoso to ofCon:ref and the debates contribntiogt the'true A hone and lot in tli* city of St. Augustine corner -

I osStwl tt 41 f'tvutJ.Ilutlbuttor ., make the Globe originated ta the mind of the Iniepretation thereof and to make free the 'comma*' : of Charlotte and Coana streets; bounded as"fol
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., '1,00 Father orbLt Coaotiy. Ue.a 'nicjiion; between the representative and, constitaent lows oa the Nonbby lot of Mrs. Geronima Andrea.:

II u ae u .d of liana "Is Is tote lamented that the editors of the diGer- tx ..tieee Soathby.Cimnsstr&rbastbyChajiotiestreetand. : ,_
u' fire
; __' '' 1,10 eat 3ar.ettB In the Union do not moir generally and $ it rttzlted lp tie Stx and Voce tf Bt rr'r"t.Urr."J West by lot of Michael Andrea said property vasV
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'' '.' ; uvm'U' more correctly (iattrad ofstufllo; their papers with '.e UuiledStatee/'jerks i* 'C..rII .,- assessed to Filis.a colored woman \\** ,4 -

llitr ., Yercha.nU'-, C,00 1. Koriliiy and nonsensical declamaiion. whicli few fl'* iRFwVdti 84fcf 'O- wond read if of Congress,the Globe 'and sale. ,
.' they were appf&ed of.the contents. Congressional .
.4UK'M-- "J. .', .-.; -, .'V.., 7,50i" publi h tbrdf'baan Congress oa all great nntionalquestion. Appen
wpport cT John v .. fur fine, v. ,..,..14,50 ThepriocJp'earo. .n which the'diflerejace.ofop'oion t'jereon.vhall pan free!through the m.U.1O long as Tax Aueasor and Collector,t.J. e. .

-* 8 .;, u 11 ;.; .){JPk t,t.-. BOOS arises.ass ass Ike decisions would the tame shall! | be published by order of Con;r*sK Oct. 2, 185_
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Gib &Lr146 ft. laaber u ,'. ". ---f ..o then come fnjtbeiorf tliepablicftnd.aT( ,rd tfie best rror-JeJ.Tha! nothing herein shall he construed to
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; JraMviBf $ '_ <" data fur Its jadgehieaL"..-p./*'*" WriStuft tf .anthofhe the circulation of the, Daily.Globe' free of Tax Collector1 fcale. ,
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dad |t rce or J.AaT r. : .,' A "( ., W4ldi.l.I. I. JO.P8i J'fJt11e. \', BYirtce of the power vetted ia me by law I '.' .
'.J DMLYgLO Anprovei August 6, 1853. fur sale before the ConrvKouje

x, is lire. 3,00 v TJIE ..i : y3E.ND As I sell the i>Aar GLCBR at half th 4P' 'of door ia the city cf St. Angwtiae oa the fimon-
day of May nex', the folo! described
similar wing properly
The publication to the COXORESSIOHAL GLOBE
Congressional Globe.
w so much thereof as will the State and ,
or pay coottV -
j > 1 .. and APTEXDIX is sold for half the cost of go much
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", : In surrendering ray interest an the organ of agreat taxes and the necessary expenses. dne'thereon
$ t> ; .' ."-..' Political party, I cherished thepurpose of composition, presswork and paper. This' (or th. year Pi3, to wit: .

? cosh. a i $.II? t 6} .., 'lr \. 'f,... ..11.-2t. / conUifums the Congressional'Globe,and, if possible afford to do, inasmuch as the subscription of Don 533 acres of third rate land, more or less assessed

k e, ; ".,38 ''If' . ,I ia. time, to perfect it into a full history of press almost co.ftf1llhe cost of compaction,and to tba'Estate of Tbsny Simpson, North of'St. An- :

C0RM, 0B $106,00 J the action of Congress giving the debates this enables me to sell for little more than the eustine.Ving! in Township 5 Soith !range 29 East/ i
accurately
>. ft % rf 3eoF. ,. iy .. and fully with the proceedings stamped cost of presswork and papers It requires the Section 53 of private surveys granted"to Teresa \ ? '
sale of about .
reimburse Marshall.Unless.
L. lalrenSegal olle tshet .: 9,000 copies expenses .
with the of' offlcul record. the
From
o 1.,50E,13 "f;. I verity letter an If 500 only were sold|' the cost of each copy taieaaod expenses are paid before day .of _
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passage in the of General Washington, would be about$041 The,'debated the Eng sale. <

Il+W i L- which hare quoted, it will Jbe' perceived that h$ lisp Parliament cost about dews times as much CAN 0'"A, SherifI'and ex-off.

frw thought this office might be combined* with that s I charge*subscribers'for the debates in Con- '" Tax Asaellor aDd Collector,f. 2.(.
yet of Mr $ .
ram '
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... 'of regular newspaper, and it is certain that the gres., equal in quantity., and as well, reportedand'printed Oct 2'1 8S3. :
avidity of the public for news of the ICS ,
Important '
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CII6ter s sa.aa p \, ':,11 I Und greatly contributes t t give wlpgs. tfrth Tax con to &tti1c.. _
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... ._ The next session of Congress irtU e a long I
11 -, ', 'j ', weightier matter which may be tailed Congressional of the pawn'\.f1ttt II-me bylaw I : '
I and it is believed the Congressional Globe I B
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,? DCVT& <* hall expose for sale before tIle Court House ,
J 4 for it will reach 4,000 royal quarto pages as the door in the of St. first
Iary .. succeeded in of city Augustine on the Monday
llaving
my purpose perfecting :
4 ,4kir ] i' it. ?- last long session made 3,843; and the Ion* one of May nest the following describe
propeily or so '
the of the debates in Congress and
reports giving
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before that made 3,901 royal quarto pages7fourlarge much thereof, will
k freatr > pay the !State iid county taxes
them the official stamp; I now propose Jo send volumes each session. If subscribers will anifihe due **
] I necessary expenses thereon for the
year
them abroad in connection with the news of the .
careful to file all the numbers received
ea .hell aM stand Ira be by .1853. to wit
$.V%.& ; .;,96 day, in ten-:h haste as shall 1 outstrip full andjiccu- them I will supply any that may miscarry in the 324'acres second rate land granted" and eon

IL Petty fJr, salary ss rate intelligence sent from the scat of Govern mails. This work'increases in value as it grows firmed to'Julia B. Reyessitnated on Monltrie Creek
qrs. .: .' ment in any other form whatever. It will even old. The first seventeen volume win now com being in Township 8 :South Range 29 Cast auction "

A. 1. Carr Eniii 12.GOoe ., F Y.t' anticipate the scraps of news forwarded to cities mind dirge timer, and some of the subsequent 37 ol.Private Somy.8,assessed to John p. Reyes.
Vu ; ., \ within two hundred, and fifty miles of Washington onesj t if tct their original'subscription price. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day ofsafe.
r > t13,78 I by telegraph. Before the events trans,. % .' *-d' .' "- "'
04 .thus ,The subscription price for the CongressionalGlobe '
',- milled are published in the mornmg-p3pttll;(for: R.B; CANOVA Sheriff and ex-ort '.
the laws is
u M including the\ppcndixt.nd ) .
; NT,33 4 .. Instance of the city of New York) the Globe con.'wnin" six dollars.. Tar Assessor and Collector i.e. \.
.- ._ < them will hero reacbed.thopost ofSce of Oct. 22. I83.. *' ,
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ihtanon : ; \ Compete indexes will be nude out and for
ta,9i
eivLy the Express Mail of
that the previous,
Y warded to subscribers soon after the session is 8.1VANNAU AND FLORIDA.
'" niebt.tfho process by which this will bo effect ,. ,-,
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$311,78 ended. -
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w.1 A Pia., Azg. 11th 183. A. B. PACKTl'V, Tftwrtr.' cd I now lay before the public.of Subscribers for the Daily should have their For Pnlntka & '., ;*> ,
1 will hare a corps sixtean Reporters in' .
here tho 5th and for the
money by Congressional
DitrUn BrvlUlcieJSl. .
Touching at Nary
Congress each in succession will take notes du-
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Globe the 15th of December. The
1asM Aratngt enta. Tax Collector' Sale. by money Jadtonrillf. XlUlcburg, (Black .
ring fin minutesthen retire;prepare them for the
must accompany an order for either the Dailyor
Y its 1ft -i+tatte.io Dt. AnfnitiaeA. B Y virtu of the power sttd in meby law I the Prcsa, put the slip in the hands of composite the Congressional -Globe. Bank notes current Creel) and Pleolat .

Va.J.igd Tbardsr. ]i VI. shall rxp-tse for.s le, before the wart House -?, and thus, while a debate is going on in where a subscriber resides will be, receivedat Till nt-wend superior steam
4.y iwJ t7 **rtays 12 M. door in the city of{it. Augustine one first Monday Congress, it will be put in type and in a few .et packets ST. JOHNS. Capt. James

dr..drN slid Wed.r.Ma,1l A. M of May next the fallowing described property minutes after it ,is ended it will be in print. I pat JOIN RIVES. Freeborn, and WM. GASTON

or so much,thereof as will pay the Slate_ and county b&1tbylhis means be. enabled to send by thexprcs. Crpt. Thomas Shaw will.: (Jeare Savannah for the
\VAsmxcros October 12 '18C3.
IV AUVBRTISIS.U1SNTAfcCIIOOJL. t : tarn and the nerestary expenses doc lUereoQ for therear Mail of G o'clock _p.-m. for the East ; above place as follows The St. Johns on
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1633. to wit: Thursday morning. lSIt.i W 10 o'clock, and
Wcfit. and North, and by that,of 9 o'clock p. rn. 1Yt' lce.r .
One thcMnaad and fourteen more 7'tti. Gaston Tuesday 20th install
11 errs or on morning
iris crcon d rate land sooth of the city of Ft. Anputioe for the South all the proceedings of Con? rres3 A LL PERSONS having just demands against 10 o'clock, on'l will continue to leave at the-nme
** "w *CT* tip to the ordinary hour of adjournment Thus l. the estate: of Alexander Solana deceased, and thereafterthe
: I rrtTsjpma a ScL.nl"r he and asvMed to Wuodhu'.l 3miili lying in are hour every Thursday Tuesday -
a Cov.M alN4hy 'W u.. ot1\0 10W'n-blp 10 Math range 3D east,section 47 grantedto the accurate debates of Congress will reach the hereby called upon to present them without delay to latter boat carrying",the U.; 8. Mail.' For

Ib.tm .n't f.t arr"g1t+e.. t+hr. It1 f ps1.rsd Martin Hernandez and bounded on all aides by cities two hundred and fifty miles from the Capitol the subscriber. Those not presented within the time frejdit or pissay, having lianJsrme state room
,, ] before their daily morning are.in cir prescribed by law will be lorevrr barred.JAMKS .
, __ .' rte .o .w t.etary puMkIud..- I papers .! accommodation, apply on board; 0.10
". .h AI-An. (koaWlrrcarverha c.tba Unless taxes sal Cxptoses are paid before day of culation. 1 : B. PONCE. .44m"id tor. J, II. GUX Y. A,"nJ in ?arannan. -' .

..ia La.... sale ,: The miscellaneous news uliall be careful torather St Augustine, Nov. 2nd 1853Hnramels I I _BWPSS & UANOYAVAgts-Jackwgrnh.! .
e '. 1 R. P. 0ANOV \. SI eriffand exofT.Tax from remote ivcUonsofthe country by .
.
Terms.eNaetrsary E of Java Coffee .13" Tb- St. Johns will'go to St. Arigwtlneery
cqce ,
I Assessor sad Collcctoris1 c. tcl I will obtain from the Executive De.r.rtmcl'1t.4 '
.ib.s pet Bann 4 iLiIt.IA J. yapb. ncfommpjnyinj each package a 4th Jxtp, commencing (leaving Savannah)
0. 33. '
-set dq. ;. '.5 I t. n.l through official sources tic! mattersof portable snide for travelling &e. ', .' on the 29t"in5'. : sept 17fro

H.. H... ." C. C. sn \XE Jr. moment transacted in them, end,:through agents COUN, 0 .

t WSCHOOL' Tax Collector'' Sale.' employed the purpose, all l the city news' STARCH \ THE FRIENDS. OF LIBEttTYJ.
of in sufficient time to be intO': -..
1I'Jt Y "ir ue of the vested in meliv law I consequence put WIIE.VTON GRITS :.
c-' JWWM .
-ornARVAH the Globe and mailed in the Express Mail train': 44.' ( Lopez and Critlciidcn, Agitcro and '
11. s)>all' exp.sr for nr oefore the Court Hou e in FARINA. '
COLLKGE.r In this way I hope to create a new, in thrdisscmination : r Armcnlcros.Tl .
the City St. Ao aMiaeoo the first Monday of May TAPIOCA, .
iii. ; ISo-.IT, rjr a eOIItpl e next tie flowing dewtribed property or so much of news front'V'acbingfon. Hitherto SAGO \ > J,aad thiirbrare martyr associates are not s

: tit rr oflrjal ojucwia lof abe .r.. ..yto thereof as will <. scSkivut to pay doe Mate and no newspaper has attempted to piro authentic BARLEY" ; : forgotten. No they cart nevey bq forgotten. .The I .'
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C".d" art *,,*yiUfi-tfcsi My taatwr.of mer*. taxes an4 the a'1 due thereon accounts of thins done..t Washington befurc'the came for which they yfe!.lrd their, ies is B hall ode -
M cnnaty expenses u..I..1XRJ _
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4esl kiw&sl rra tltw afrd .- a ry.tevatip.far nd'fkrlr UOOJ'rlamdcbtt l iaeritd gfoutj dl' .n s'
r i fur rl+ jari8a.; to wiu.. pabi mindath distance' had received? OATMEAL .
ed'rwrrsrars .C..rri6I Law f.r a v first impressions from telegraphic) cries, and will continue to cry'to1 heaven for venge-
,. t 03 acres 0(20.1 ite lanJIn townwyp 10 s.ranpe !irresponsible COCOA, -
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fw. i. e'r! .o..L lance,until merited and full retribution 'ii awardedto
Tkr L,w L'.....',wfIt U <... ...1n%. 27'eat,section 4J,assessed to VVigjuis; Clark and despatches, or by has pcctiliar become TICWS.Wafthingto.1 ntrc'of CHOCOLATE, their mur a;ers. Every freedom-loving man,wc-

., x ">w .J.na 14 S-MJ r..'... It .d.t.. .' At hineon. now so;reat a :Medicinal Wines, Liqttors &.,'at ''Iiil man and child! ,jn ,"&Jof the Free with feel
Lutes taxes and expeas- are. paid before uay ct'l political interest during all the ycir-iccedings I 'B"B. CA R
t'r.ryeos+ ""'et-:: etioant .1m-rie+t.aad C.s j4G rBurnlug inns of deepest sorrow mourned their (ale. nor will
of the
t... .. e'-.rite p" aro.l.af she c.Wtttd oiber tale, Executive Departmeuts an the the cause and manner of their immolation and death
I t Marl:'I ... Ii is .. C 'J war..p.III R.,B. CANOVA, SlwriffnoJ! ex-ofT information collected by them even during i Plaid ; high proof warranted cease to be remembered, with affection for them and
Tax a-.or .J'collectors. J'e.. recess of Congress is of so much importance toi" burning fluid Lamps best refined !
hut e'xla.H r..r ..din i.; uudt Tenni and the hatred for those ty ants who destroyed them,sac lone
\\ utlerUK .. October 2i, I the Interest*of every section of the country Jimp oil:wax,sperm,adamantine pearl and tallow a* the righteous Close of civil and religions liberty
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.hI. wwII ><* tb..eo.I Terra 10 .be Ci.OI RtCEltIE'>, paper psnnaneUy, with a view to become the glass and tin lamps, night lamps Tapers,'matches patriots, though failing in their noble add glorious

%ay. l Pr'IoQo"PD'1 ZIIEsgr.: MD.GMCAR.cow w.c1 ,grog' vehicle. of the. 'earliest and most'correct- 'intelligence &e. B. E. C.4BR.Ftonr nndertakindied not in vain. Chin for whoso emancipation -

aw ache'i<-d st Jnv iwriodof a' jl five days from New York. The anal I variety .. .; ; Rice 'Corn Salt &c. they bled, Nuit B#Pill le FreeThe

f 1Jf11< TW .4** rte SMa Term, and with a large assortment of Groceries. Crockery ,It is part of my plan to reduce the price of the Ht. Johns from Savannah. ,, per spirit of liberty, once enkindled'ta th human"breast -

'.. F.rtbl- watt Ri.d'rs l.reaJ fcidware, Boot'*ad Shoes Wnodware Tinware, daily piper to ball that of similar daily papers; .' NOT,; B. B. CARll. itit exun;iislube! : however, it miyforasea..

" I.!y Tea books sit of bavins n1a pnreU'aard directly the Subscriber md'f.hu.11Itope t extend its circuUtion so AI to son.be" checked and kept undrr.it"mIOODfr'otla.f

If, ... ..y atted all tar c
cJJertitiute. of foul pa -kaes or retail. Fsiw'ie. purchasing tup of the Government To subsnbcrs in the. By virtue oC the powerlYested in me by law I that annihilate opposition. Batnf this;enough

-1 pairs ia quantities can be accommodated at the lowest cities I hope to submit tech terms as!will induce expose far tale before the Court House for the present;let ns wait that: better state- things .

a tks.+w Sc'oo! *re 'H.>a. Joel tra Ie-j'ric"*-I vllhr.tflkO them to votive their business in every village dour in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday which the, future will assuredly bring to' the opprcs-. A.

"ror; iJos. fee phHin F&z CofTce. 5 IIItJ<. ";u.: DM.'.ula.., throughout the Union where the Globe Usent of Fcbnnry next the following described property sed. ,'
I ua LI.D.. t'uce..r..411.0. B4wmnf O20 BM. kilo di'd S_;ir. 5 Buses UII. Sifi ar, daily! under the franks of member of Congress or so ranch as will bl sufficient to pay the stale Now to'other mailer, reader, which if not ro .
o- Ueitn vi La. e., I.Itasdott rue and and the important are .nevertheless interesting to both you
boxes Cho
25 taxes Cindy. 10 diesis Tea. 5 late county taxes necessary due
lak i it 1 expenses
all of whom of
+ i.tiu .tttdtzaaiga a.,atl 15 W,!. Pilot tn'a.SoIO tbls. soda Crackers IU bbls ? an same. them a large therenn for the'year 1833, to wit: and me. It.e. pleasure to me to be able to announce -

t ,, butte Crackers 10 sacks S.l.. i Tierce eodt' sb,15 nanihcr of copies. 35O acres more or I less acs sued to Mrs. Mary I to vot'ihat I received by the last.vetset' ('di' ,", tI

het into a aprr;' nhay be weir tons Urrri..2Q boxer'Starch, 10 boxes To aet"O. The installation of nsw' Administration and anew E, Hernandez, granted to Eml. Gianop'y, township reet (roan New York.) my stock oi ,., _

ea .f the i+.t*++is+e y1A1tFd 1 Had leaf Tobacco,5 cerooos Cuba Tobacco, 10- Congress portends much change in the 5 s. range 23 east section ::. private surreys "- -*. FALLAXD WINTER GOODS, .' .

.r tt' txr rres.kat. OOd Sigcrt,0 dux Snug 4 ragas fine Cu Tobacco course of publio A1"airs'as the result of the nextsession. Unless. taxes and',ezpens are before the day of comprising probably the most complete and' choice
:r, !1ns.r est. Idi3 1aw3whhertsrtsder boxes Many --vast interests W'bicb.Vcre sale.
Also, 3"8bU dried apples 4 mon Syr- assortment ever brought to this market.-. Of the
f2 b, lK l.X of. bout< Catsup. G boxes Mustard, 1 bbl dried brought up in the last Congress were laid over R. B. C.VNOVA.SherifTand exofl: extensive variety I will only specify i ,for the present.

Currants, 4 boxes Citron.. cases as) Ptt.,...4 by the Democratic majority to await the action of Tax Asaessoi and Collector i. J. e.. the following small portion oi ariclesvh.: '

case Olire 4casrs Capers. G cases Brandy Fruit, a Democratic ExceaUre..The new modeling of r Oct. S-7.1853; A most beaotifnl ht of Ladies*and Gents'.r.

at1het' and 25 cases R.iso.,4 bbls Almonds 4 b'>b Coco Nuts the tariff tho new land system; the question of' Tax Collector's Sale. Dress Goods of the very latest style, and ol every
Mils Pecan New 4 bbl. !bass! Now.u Calea tweet homestead, and nuking free-I '
4 giving every mm a quality an elegant' assortment of hees and edalng .
., II r Pit betties.3 half MJs Pkkle/ Mat Dater. ISboxrsVcrmiorlU. jiolder who may choose to bccom?.ne; the approximation D Y +true of the power vested in me by bw 1 mouseloe DeLaiaef, plain perslans do., figured do., .

l' ,S b-.xe. Bitters 4 boxes Y ran Powders, : of the Atlantic Pacific oceans by a WJ hall expose for sale before the Court House french iUniftOe.l. hgtwh do., Plaits and figured <
Jfotlcc.ELECTION in the of St. Anyastine the.first off
Monday
Election AltoS Bbls Pork 1 fUd !lam. 15 ke;s.Batter, national' railroad arross the territorl of the Union; City on cashmei, french gala plaid (new styles. white
bn twxtthe following described
I tefcuJflafftj ilairJ to W Ld-l. I- cask stttoolders I cask.Bacon, 1 bbl Tonpies, 1 reform in the Army,Navy, an civil offices--.ill much uy thereof will safGcient property the or and colored'.rmulins. a magnificent assortment of .

..Q'tM"14thloteUI, 144 dried jBeef 40 bbl Lard 15 boxes Chees, these great questions with a thousand minor and so at and the be to pay state due ball and fancy J 'sellDd robes goteaand JIo-

$ ie dilr mouth :) fat w 1'1t .!, 5:1 laze 1 Soap.30 boxes Candles, 15 b rl4 I ones deeply affecting multitudes ofmen and every thereon runty for the axes 1353. to necessary wit. expenses aeiry, .of the lNxt gnliiiisis. and endless variety,

\ of a AUjrwr sad Fw Alleges..t. s.ve t1 ,ft!.50gt White Lead,50 kegs Nsl.2 bbls Tar- State the Union, will, now heir matured year tha wji of*most beautiful quality,also common;'in
'6 i ; 40 acres 3rd rate land S.W. quarter of S. E.
a tL tsar-.tad the.wi f period.are.a :<*Ume.2 bMs Darning Flat 5 bbls Tar, S U>1s for the Government's great variety a beaatiful aaaonmeatof bonnet, rip
ltd. Mt .. lB** rtor's.f MM H etJoa ; (..) %AJ Pilch 10 Ules Oaken 6 coifs Hop*. 8 coils Bed decision by public These opinion;come issues np with ol Jones quarter of sec.26 township s, range 23 east. ,as- and fancy ribbons" cpaaUtin; d. every .".tiet, on ,u
new cooperating araseJ Clan
IdQM. JUMI A. .IK'* W Ott and Sub : Hooks to Floyd. shade and splendid and extensive awort- .
doa Fish quality a
Cords.85 des Fish Lines,30 asst ; .
,. U4WNPUR1Ws.Usy.r.Arprs ;I SO Grow Hatefce coming tip to be disposed of by new actors Unless taxes and e'xp Dee are paid before day of meat of / ".. i

+ae, N.'. Ix I8&3. .t.ALJ 's Bales, Hsj.,40doi Rrooms. 19 dot OQ the scenes at Washington, will be apt to modify sale. Ready JIade. Clothing* +
AltO+
greatly if not alter essentially the btt R. B. CANOVA. Sheriffand x-off.
party
-:'' 1h1ILREU, ; Axe Handles.4 dol>fit G'neitT-bi 14 dot' doa Pails, ganizations of the country.. Tax assessor and collector, s. J,c. of every descrip.;. aUw a. extensive assortment 1'' ;
4V :
", "u. 4 due Wish JDaards. C Otoas BlackJHg. To these elements of interest another is likely October 2'2. 1 S 3. df rOCk.erJ.I'US' and caina- ware.1 lnrdware irnJJbrJage
*
cod d Hair Brooms
\V Brushes. ttope:4 .T briunnia. tin and Traded ware.ibdlts'mis9eVanJchndrenrslioesamlGaF (
y '
.. tiJr uTA.Sn Also, 2 amt Sherry J #The;2 casks Brandy 2 to be introduced by the interpolation tbo.agi i- Tax Collector' Sale. and li&JlIboots1rndabottfOr +

IS bisdiuksa.trs FrWdsand Casto- cub Port Wine 15 Jot Claret \Vine, 10 BaskteaHeid tations of Europe. After nearly frrty years of lTD Y virtae of ih* power vested fit-me bylaw 1. gentlemen's me.und a ,stronger;bat r

sal for public federal! .fist&.liberal patroni kk Champagne cases TordiaU. bb!. IfK I' peace in Eoropo there is an evident r tlessn'csithat shall expose fur sole before'the C.ort Home genteel q-ulity for locW wear;saddlerv sndlaaraess .

1 '\, 19 bins ogee like eUbuhioen: of hi s Ram, 1 LU Jamtca Ram 25 Utls Gin, 20 bbls now seems franght with tendencies thrcat D door in the City of St. Augustine ba the first MOB books and stationary,bonnet bats caps,af every ;

I' "ilbot- **J tiasts IMM bcouy If, strict atteottoni )VbM ,, 15 obis V negar,3 bid Ameikran Brandy.jfOeasf ing war; and if war cotes, in all likehood there day of May next the f.slowing described property or varety., such u Lopez Crib den. Axuere.Ar> I

aittp e.i'i ., c* '* ..*f Ae tnsi. i Aromatic Scfcaipps, 15 casks Ale, 10 casks' will follow} such universal change that the United so roach thereof as will be suffiakat to f.y the state meater Secession. Disunion, Union,Wbig, Lone
.
I11. H Aw isfeteradfttJtokeeotiifeftiaoM Toner,9 bbls CUer,40 Jox congress Water.lic States can scarcely hope tQ escape its vortext- = and county taxes aad.the necessary expenses. dw Star, Elorida. .abb the Picolata and St. Augustine ,

r will %e sees bf Ckttiff'tia4 txtniwtiif ese erUd. eanmerated are now ready;and every Indeed, from late events it is appsrcnmhat our thereon lot the yeer 1853, to wit. Plank Road Hits.also a superior assortment *f perr .';," t

friar MBfAet aai eaowe a wuarnts$ever atteotioaVil be paid to dye satisfaction. IV>abcnber Government is already drawn'into Ea ropcan dif- &ID acres 2nd'rate land being, in towasbJp. 10 s, fnmery and fancy articles,altogether forming a most '. 1

; t* saw Cta,. <,tIt will be thanked for a measure of patronage. ficu1. Thesa circumstances are calculated to Jane 2b east;eectiof 45. desinble and inviting supply.taat cannot be surpassed .

B. IVCAjUR. draw tho public mind towards the next Congress Also, 1473 acres 2nd rate land la township II I, in this section o{ country,to which the attentionof

Fr escJe Bath -It i* aseles 22.1SJ. wfih much expectation '. ; rane'7 east section 39, total number of acres being my friends an J customers,anJ ihe public generally j

._1M' alt list Yaat.J W'bf'IIJOCI. \ The DJULT GLOBS wfll be printed on Cnc piper, 2022,assessed 10 Clark and Atkinson 1 .is respectfully je.f fed. i'

,.bq st M Il AreI"Hp Qui Sun. II Perfumerr." &e. double royal size with small type,' (brierier and Unless taxes and expenses are paid bJO day of Pleas call-at the Cheap Cash Score reader, .

_i Ury eooaaii to true .iI y Cor 81. at fire dollars itl sate e and examine freely for yoorselt. I daft charge anything =.,
stew ..,, .fIht' keep tour wiadewt m,\Y Rem Barry Tricopheros Ox Marrow, nonpareil) R. CANOVA Sheriffand ex-oC (roc showing my goods nor will it be my ianlt ;; -

sod .'f Nia. Uil aed aaow"todaI upon ertam of lilies, bears oiU macassar. oil; extratrruitu The CoscfiEssioxAL GLOBK.w9l also printed Tax glxsorand collector, .j.. C". if yon clOG boy. These goods reader,must tad "

W. a" yue will grape 11 wot4 k.J cologne aaaorted, pUTn std fury boltlea, on a double'royal sheet in book from, royal ,. October 2'1. I-53. shall be sotJ,if cheapness, comb *d with'food>eBol ;

pMttwsAcfc'Ure* without a prottet0r i omnibussoapmu .-p.fc'Mify soap, castile soap quarto size, each number containing sixteen I '8 Sale. quality J,any consideration p1L hasiri. I '.: ;

..r 4seaEdiar sot being abJe.U* fiadtw.fo.t &tary .o.p.uif'p wash bajls soap,,fe cakes pa The CascwBsrojUL GLOBE proper will Tax Collccto have no fear(my goods becoming soiled and musty i I

C.argi+."hot iiloa't ...totMC i and fancy boxes,,:porte messes note paper Uncy be made up xf the proceedings of Congress and i. Y wiDe of the power vested In me by law I on my bands:u I am Determined not to b 'loader- .

...1.I' 9x1."."Ah''otS"G3aslr.11 J envelopes &fc iadia gabber tills grocer noops.bat1 U 'tannin.-debates as given by the.'Reporters.Tbe uuP1 shall expose for sate before the Court House is sold by any one. The DItto oC the MCheap>Cub ,

M .. ...' c' f lledoir. peed powders p court plaster, nail speeches which members may choosy to roe city of St. Augustine oo the first Monday Store is Jo live and let live. '
.
s -- 4KE2irr and cloth bnubes English and America the described or M
brutes,hair 'tull' next, foilowint property :
themselves with I
tho JStlll
write out will together messages Later the Carolina
tilt mitt; fine combs do. and bufialo the State and taxes by
ra"JL. *.tootkbr he ivory moth thereof will pay county
the President of the United ,State the
nCtJLATA HOUSK/coe .of the dress.g combs,jast received by *B. E CARR of and the necessary expenses dose tbereoa for the year ID ?. d Reader pause err you read the next i;
reports of tho Executive department and the receive tbeira, '
t ." few words and prepare yourself to
1PS3 wit .
a tile sate for gicattlig'aid ,to i \
it I
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taws psssedby Congress,bsadicd in appendix. A house and lot In 51.q .Loa Md 50 theNortb.by I fear they rosy pcore some'shock to your feeling. ..
NOTICE.
wbee'. bysttesaoatobtaiiuresy
Formerly I recletea subscriptioos for t Congressional A'lJambiasEdt the Caroliaii.a'dT Ladles
lot oldie Estate of-)I s.T. I received by steam-r '
betsask.d 10 few. 'ra.orD.E.Ear'teraa Carr.I' iIX MONTHS from dat ,tbe anderogaed Globe an .appendix separately. But by lot of Michael UIi,.,Soby lot of John llosr.which shall soil at the astonishing price ; j'

at. ..J.iKM.dk. .J'-niaietratnroftbehsrawo1 CW.Carke.od this has not been found satisfactory,inasmuch as (:. limber aai.JVestbyCbarlott. '1. proprrty of lx ecru per pair? together with choice r., J ,
fOct-S2.
.. Samp SV"il s ni deeeaaedj wiH weseBlffiwJ*e- it gave an incomplete\ of the transaHions.m was .s+essed to George Papy.'' ,. 'o'l of Fancy anrtiele* t* nameroas to-meotioaFilso .' ';!
Hoal[* &c _Dtl a tfIIOLM U...JuJge ,o/Ppbatc. Congress and thercforel.have concludwl not/to o.Unless taxes"aadexBCBie are paid bfW"day of a Jcir.B.aabeJa more'o'f 1 nlllloa tasetitj 4.7iif ''Iin.

Ewes Cast Net fur tit. }m Uouaty for settlement and:what the, sell them apart considering th neighbors, jcao ale. SJfaM <. *. f..Jil'o.. .
OTTOM tad Flax ass't fi -
,Heap JUt" acb4 !
din to be di'I aiecJ u 1 islra. Sheriffind : .MA UTAS.U.itNpfl>&U.
ssf##* ,... a Uife Msoru roi or'j- nmt \,11' : '_ hare the ndfantagcjof,.both.bjr c'rtutbbingincad'vdnals O 0 R. B. C1 OVA" ex- .", ". .

I kis ,IMf-4iwtJUi ***** s0rrca'f4, sew pauat tof yENANaO SANCHEZ,Admr. shall J3nd' it too' 'he . .F Tax- Aaiusor, ,., rind. CoUfCtor. ,I..Lc. S t.A-. agstine.1853.s Corny oi .". 1I.1kI-.r-otala' : .1 # .. f;
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,fiiats.Lat caps, ttct.22t1855. -
I IIIprner.lhet.gar lead,powder. b 1853., charge of .' \ .r
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!: ;rofessor Alcf/C. Barret Trico.pb.taa -1IECBA1IIC8.Altytmre. APTDTbe ,'City OrdlBamce and Be8lntlontfeAn Basiiesh Blpectory.. ". iJisgttla I. Fot'th.oc.of 81 Jo1.i;avh LIt"= "nit

ca ]frmscl leo CoxrocXD.Tffor ..NIlP4 rIL.lB.S 'I Ordinance lor tbe better preservatioit of, diekoalinets I7af. On 8u George Street,aana of ill 7th November NOTnDber.(ida forth. yeah 1853." J'

f1ia,. CtrUer. Piwerriag Bcttwiag' sad 'N." la Sp1eUJ4 'risa-- tUO.VOLUJlE e sad bnhJa the City and for,ether par- the Psblic Sgaare tad one door north of taa. .Methodist I For the
Bgibeetaf die Hair Heleriaf disrates of the poI8.1 rda coanty of Nasaa* Ttmt.tv _
!, { External IX of the Scnomrse'AKXXJCIW'wm- fltrid JT leer. .0. Treassry Lane North of thiN Monday ia Novn.bet Ii lor .
., Skia Caring Ebeainatic *, the 17ibofSepieiBbv. It is chieflylerotelibepdraaeeineBt J7, ir lert&Orditbfibe Mayor tad Alder ( y ,tile ITta
Wou. Bonded *y aaa geographies Uses pf the iote .Mfckn-- men of the City of St.Augustine,)ia COB tell asaem the Pablle .Square. Street Nonmbtr. _
few
the rrpettUea at BAXST'S TKOOTEXOC perntdest Fisnssrr by the bled That front and after the promalgauon of this Cily.HrttL 0. Cfcntotte aad Bay ..* For the COGntJ' of the article of ttf,lt ars,1ltaaxfaderes.aad doom Awtb East of the Patiw Sgaar.rieatenThal. .' which far y .
t iU Utios. Tie aid late y tn difiisioKofa H these JoVBOrtsntbraadbea. Ordinance shall not be h w(8 ,t.throw vegetabletrash .( .wsU rvuMzui 1
upon Bueetaod,Treaaary J.
rada that aUnost exceeds Belief. OvCaai'xme Foriihe of
tart ft
tetresaedia of rfeseriBOoa, over the cosnty Marion oa the 1st
tnnimsl Hi
edged men in ,or matter any .
h b by prsctically skjlled
afier tref.l ena&aiioa of Laa neith of the Psbii jBBreMuiexcd to the December
bLsites for
a said ( )353.the
Professor Berry the tru ..slcltacet.. is ,!el'-'Jeprftd u a Sea Wan.or late the Basin eoaaected with v .' 4.. ; say 5ta Deceraber
the aaaiber of bottles FlcrUa ikere r :
that
lads deliver
aovfd sad able joornal. wily ai! .ibe TalaablepateBtswhkk Wail-ami say person oSending against this prohibition For the county of Abekas,en &e3dHasi
rJ t* islet,1st 7=a' tirtf.et from half grow oprJ. whlu be fined for the first DOAIDIlCG OOJ. December 12ih ** is
ifs December ?
Issue weekly from tbe patent office ,shall, person; ,C say la tie ye**.3 .,
.. /riffi &*Best. 1852,was wWxia. a tnfle.of, Ire JLastrated with engravings, aad the claims ofall ofl'a<.i.a sum not less than two, nor more than Mi** Faris. On St. George Street a few doors. Fore mot, of Cobtmbia. oa W 3d x

y.iepiOa. lent the pateftis are published in its colajjas; thus five dollars,and for each subsequent offence, of not Sooth of the Coart Hovse and Labile &j are. m DjtefB eKfwhicb for,Ifi53.wifl be t
Irk ewereaswy topveaen at gib the eff nufic less than five move than Tea doBawaadiftheoffender Oil street rf.Ry and tateember. I" Ifs ., .
y .x-TWibrwonderfttl inakiac the psper a, perfect se tad meeUani- ,n e O. N. Pn. Bay corner I
< i peoaeritirsaf Tritophe. cal encyclopedia for wtare as well u present refer- teSeofand persoa.he or she so,effendinr Garden Lane; *'* '
b ', when the papUe'have Xormalied. tact a a in* Tb Sdeatific American is extensively shall be subject to alike fine,'or be tt the discretion e
eiKe. ver/ POCTPSS.DKI. I C1f l1i1m
ilt8fii.
.neiBt" at this. The cbeipness of'rbe ankh *the or s numberof
draJafl'cJ-hl circulation in the last Volume exceed of he Mayor,puisbed bf laltetto| .
sal the erplasatioci ghee of its chemical atiloonpna f. I7ttl4*. Ogee at bis Dwelliac Uoaseon
bare back of feat that t.a. nor 5T.iA.I1GI1ITL
not
the hairit scalp,sad ia all cases japerfi-- ioglBjKJO copies perrweek. It is in form for bind. stripes on the first'efience sd lor etch Bridge Bcyeei, ;-;> -. P.
contains than for the
several ;
each volume hundred
twenty
"; rise irtiuiion,first Tacoacaeadcd it.lo the attention lag; enravingi more offence of o.1t. nor D.. B.Pec*. Ofbee..sc. CHip Street .
Thk all that the nd overtone boodred paces ol reading mat. subsequent tbanetwenty the Coon Solos.DRUGGIST" EBTABLls1lt1EYT' Ut
of the people, wan internet desired. '- a few door North. of
ter. with srf index. The practical receipt alone more tban thirty one. : ing undcrroae Tborougn
bouktdvetUsed .
Every iUelf. The effects. i uepairs Ut. .
are worth to family much more than the sob JJfit1rturOrdiHtd.:: by the tathority.tfore- I .
toy present season is now
exceeded If iiJ reajv .
rot the said expectation. acted tile a M".P r "II. cbt1> DngettChvlette for
,!.. The lades would pot be without it. Coon- ttxiptio, JIriu. y said Thai aballDO't trcan.2 be'awfnl..rCOlor- .I Street. reception ol CbmajTw. FAlrJIUE8 v AIIIt' .,
pfbUsbers offer the following! valuableprizes ed penon;(bond or free ouUV.I.: ts t TRANSIENT. & '
:
try dealer* fc every section *l the Jailed Bute forbidento I canTS !tarts palaa
tor.the largest list of aubseribers'lent in place fur promenading,-tod they are hereby ,
t"nd they ja st have ilf sad thus woe baitt up.. 'of fine of LAWYERS.E. .Apartroents.
walk thereon reader a'petatltr' a not r
Lolcsak trade ef hitherto of i by 'the hot Jsausrj next-t100 will be given ,
extent unheard
aa "AIr
rr;ardstrtfcte,,l thla 1184. The highest petal baan for the Ismst list; $75 for the second; $.for less than two nor more than"of fife lets Dollars than,or ten in lien ZT. ;.*.'?. C--.IUor. at Law' -ofice ow,ArJlery necr'ltsclf.Rooms farulsbIIof !. CIcatsT_.and. 1-1
nor .
thereofa.numberof stripe not : .
Lane,
the third i 6 for the for the 5th t.ti.
yet been reaeaed1,aDd It I* beUemf that the fbarfbrtiO ;
laid the bore back of blnfj. Waialiitff. :
for..tIJ more than thirty one;to be on Xi Putnam. Attorney and Councellor
male. ibis jar win be a aiQ'oir! sad half*f bottle* 135 8th. $30 for the 7th- $25 for the rIff .
9th the offender. at Law,office, PicoiaUt street.< Tbo Hovte U well known as betag re eat It
the
[ beaufactorrNe.131BrotdwayNew 8th; $20' far ; f 15 for the 10th; $10for
it furlktr Ordained gd Decreed bytbetaihority Gresrge/?. Ffir tmlt.,. Attorney CoonacAof at Built, Expressly with a view la tie
r
'rpoC.l price.25 cents large bottle. the 11th;md $5 far ttie 12th The c.s.h'will' aforesaidthat from and after this d.tt..U -, aa aodalion .,
.Jo ptrehaser by the qtuntitvbv btfpajtj to the order'of the successful competitor, colored are Airbidea to smoke in any of Law-efficeia the. Coon House 11' of tmalidt ami cders, brtsff etitmif
Frold all the rmoeifiat merchants and druggists alter 1st 1834. persons built of Wood, with Rooms connecting -
immcdutdj Jtnxarjr the under
,, other public places la City, -
the streets, or
throughout Unite State and Cn.-<*a" Mexico! PUBLIC OFFICES. ing Doors &c.t which readers it free from
of"lW1ltUIbiD three
'Taxs-One .one $i one .a penally of a fine nor more
copy year, ; copy
\Vnrt ladies,Great Britain.France.&e. Dampness. Fireplaces Blind 10 ere'tbrougbo
Jnoe sue months, $1; ftietopies fix months $1; ten tban lire dollars for the first efTeace. or ia .JeCult'orP'J Put Office. Lawrence Andrea Post Master,office ".
I1..BS3. Cm oQ liuua Pro
ring neaadb
tnnnmber4 cf of leas Geau Henaadrs. Charlotte. Teo
copies six months, $$;kit copies 13 months, I1tnt thereof stripes oat opposite i
$15; fifteen copies twelve months, $22; twentyaopies than ten nor more than twenty to be laid tpoa the Sinter Geueriff Qflt John .\Vesteott; Sar- lIundCed Fee. Protection from Rain ,

PICOtATA FERRY. re twelve months, $23 In advance. bare back of the offender-ad for each subsequent I veyorGeneralool efttalSireeteornerof Artillery 1Vtnds,:,formic a desirable xmsAtconfiaetnent '

.3. DURREXCE proprietor of this Southern and Western taken br sub i- offence fine of five dollars, or the InfiietMcel Lane ami hospital Street: at alt acasons of Ute t- ,

r 1 -" D ferry, h&t procured aa entire new set of serlptiom' money thirty one stripes, to be laid on the burr, ..' Li Ofict.-}. M.GoaJ ,Register of Pablic The tlousd is sitiate facial ,-,.E; .

I fUata nd constantly keeps sufficient number of Letters should be directed t-paid, to M tnort aforesaid;recd all colored persons, are hereby strictly Lan l.-office in the Coat. blouse y position* and retired r :
forbidea to carry abort their'pepon., any knife The House contains 45 Hat 1t -
hinds pass travellers of every description across : Francis P. Fmeira. Receivers office ia Coon
Co., 128 }Fulton-street l: Y. .duels
the St.Sobes River without debiy. clasps or other of more than three length of House? '. Parlours Dininjr.Setting ,. C B. ,1

i The road Cross Su Asgwtioe fo Nrwaanit is xotkeH blade ; nor thai)toy colored person' ,not actually in* Jilge ./P"Ntl. (Humphrey's.JeJgeJ ice vcntcnccs in general For Aceomvod. im cta ,

t: well repairedaod by the attention of M w. NortenFparkmatasd 'forbiden trots firm from disease or extreme age, carry under any ia the court House. not be sure:.

other, ft will be constantly kept in .BL 4 persons are hereby o'i the treupaasing'dpoooveuttrleganytimber trsVtof- pretence whatever,a cane or walking stick of soy Peter B. D.... Clerk Circuit Curt, office ia The well earned Rcputatfoa this Uona -
under of less than
good repair. land known aa O.OOO acres lying on ,tLe &ist side size or description; a penalty Dot the Coati House. has frotp Year to YeAr acquired it wilt be AProprietressMrs.
n.fit1e number of to be laid
fire do\l or a stripes on
between Tallahassee and St.
Persona travelling
B.Cw SbeiiffaaJ Tax Colleetor.of- DAVl
of St.Jobas River between what was formerly known Rafael nua to siutals sad
the bore back oftbeoff'rDder. of not less than ten.
Aujrotio by passing through eolaaa instead ofJcUoovX ts Mitres'place opposite Pilttks and Buena Meta 6ce in the Court House. fur the liberal Putronagc heretofore, the 4 .
orPalatks.wiMve mere tbaa tlrirtyurikaaedfiada nor more thirty-nine. CeUlct.Faal Arnaa .office la
: .
of road to John her thanks.
pirtof t gtant 15.00O tens Passed the Council 231 December 1852.O turns
Ooad.Thereare by
iaacb better
I. H0rnas,aod being the same 0,000 tores sold to HUMPHREYS Mayor.. Clttribtte'street at bb re Jcnce near the store of A. The Tablo will bo supplied with e&aiogLGame '
BOW permaaent b-iIUinge en JMHB . Attest ,
of the ferry for the ailan" ftra eneni.. eimBf
acoommt> > / ( cf r>/ Cit.* Jsn *t A. Mickler.
U claimed by roe U guardian of iisouxe31.AvtcxM.11tY p .
Clerk.A and Shell Fan which this
M. R. Anna, Turkeys at
DUBRENCE. taps
N.ALICE. ./.'If. .Bn.M.. lodge U. S. Coon Northern
July 9h,1833.. office the Coan Qoue our Rircrs and Forests nbouaJ Two or
. St. Augustine May 14th.18J3. Florida ia '
:11 Ordiuauce for the Prbtcctlou G. R. F irUki. Clerk U. S. Court;office in moro Hunters, sporting exclusively. livr liar "

arlacll Aa Ordinance.Jl of White Pcrsous Assembled lor tbe Coan Hoose.Dtptfy House., # .

;"CST R ,Splcra and Jan.'Tatntrfa, viols it kerely Ordfinti the lOll Alder Divine Worsblp. 1.' J rial. George I. Zebabatir. office iaitCourtUocse. Horses, Carriages, Ponies Gtuu. Yshiag
.1,, fresh N Ill nI.Cayenne Pepper,botdea Prp- ,by Mayor Tackles BoaU for &Excursion&c.*
men ol tbe city of Su Augustine,in Council assembled Be it Ordained, by the Mayor and Council of the .- .
prra.aaU.aaracVf,Cataape,olirea,' *n. race gin.err ; that from and afterthe promulgation of ibis City of 51.Augustine: That from and after the passing JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Very Respectfully* ,

pimento cania.elute.,uasm P. mace trench shall be lawful of this Ordinance,if any person penews shall know PHOPftUrrRESJiI
Odioanee.it not for or permitted to Reuben Rnkhamw OflEce tt hb residence Sooth
mastard.bone radub.lre b saUaon assorted ar .
ease any slave free negro or mulatto to 0"0. or have iapostessioa iogly" be engaged or concerned ia rociJeratrre noise of St. Francis Earraeks.GJlplrtttt .
'a of berbvJor cookio ,choice ham hotter lard, B'-It sill.
*directly or indirecOy rwithin the Emits aeUiog spiritaoosU ors or any other act baring an Notary Public-office lathe Coat I IT. I the ot taeFtfpric.ress ;
erackers.cheear lets, &e.Aef.27. -
.,aafira. of said city; any Gun,Pistol,or other fire arms,of immediate tendency to.distorb or cause a disturbance Hotue "**. I .lbaClbc Servant attmiitttt TM, .
B. E CARL
oft of white assembled far the tbo'llonse should bo civil '
any .deacriptioa j ted my slave, free negro or mn congregation persona CITY OFFICERS.Lttrtnce to ;
Uito.transgressing:against this prohJbkiea,shall on paipose of dirine worship at a cbrrcb chapel ia the lire, and obIIiIIU

Wblte Lead Ac. I conviction before the Mayor be punished, with not City; such person if a white person shall be fined not .VsJlr--a.l H"Y 1",,. ,.,.'.' '
35 Ket Wilte l>a I.Linsfcd Oil.'1'lIrptftline, than ten nor more than thirty nine striper on the less than fire dollars nor more than'twentyif a colored jiaVrv.rial ., A MAGAZINE OK PURE MORALS.PETKRSOiVsTl .

,..ra tdj Liibcns jtf i Copf res.VerJi jri JI.Opem,Uack, lltil' back and any ao
red sad JftIOW'pil r..ehrome green yellow and red description pf fire arms, found 'In possession of t or whipped not exceeding thirty stripes,ter imprisonednot B. -, Ydnl.a' P.
brimestoaeiaaJpbar.ftae, ioiio. slave free negro or mulatto, (unless the same shall exeeedin g one week with costa a I the discretion ot .Vkwl Udae3 ; *

August to, :-i D. E. CARR.. be shown,try doe proof;to belong white person, I the Mayor and Council and that-the City Marshall..AJayor Clerk ./ tie C.'fy Cunneil. A. D. raect.,. officeat .OT T& Dot and Ckfapft LatlUt Maxa3i&e.. }
and the claimant thereof shall satisfy the Mayor : or Alderman shall attend to allconijplsmta sad the Council room. J- > I. A NEW VOLUME of situ popalu pet eralwill .iti a

Cla..:Wine &c.A that it came into the possession of Neb slave with arrest INCh off ndet. Cf/y M-trtM tnd Cltrt_f lie Mrtrtt. HepbenPlokbam. '. commence with the Jason, aa1Afkor fur Id53. wI! .

very topettor O1a;!t101'' bottled io quarts out his said claimants consent or.ltoo"ledge. is That upon all convictions person a or persons confleted wilbe ready by the 1st of December,aaJ will be HMM ",
declared be forfeited and shall remain imprLtoned or committed until the / ?er.ever ,. ;
tad plats also 10 boxes Claret Wine Imported hereby to shall under the PORT WABDEltS.T. .

Sherry, Madeira and Port Wine, c..arJ .I. Scotch authority of the Mayor, be fold,by the City Marshall -> fine and costs are paid or satisfied. C. Zyfr.Clcrt K.:'/.. E. P..r. The only Original 3XaaxIisc
Ale, Ptoie PMladebjihia Ale and goner,CangrewWaier ,after two days notice posted np lathe Market Passed. io Coueil. March 10th 1853. .'. I This is now the only Magazine that gives origiasl

,Cholef Priaeape and otherBrand .$.rj,Art*. and at two or more public places in the city at'pub' G. HUMPH REVS..V.yer. o articles exelttitelg Mrs Ana t!.Stepbeas.lie ed*

mantle Honey Tubacco.l'ipes Snqff.S Ot.J'C liooalery. to she hi bet bidder; and the proceedsof Attest AUCTIONEER.Seo.Cfater.F.P.Ferreiraaad. itor aad'all tae best American writers, are regsiarcontribators.
Leaf trod Cat Ttt&aeco. the sale,thall go.tweniy.fire per cen..thereof to A. B. Picrrrr.CILtRGESTOX. J. A. Scnsefe. Mote thrilling stories tales sad note I 1

B. PARR. the person forming and seizing said tnns and the.rematA4e 5- .5 ..3.r., eb have sppeaml m this periodical 4a the but tm
III DAU.
AND FLO
Aagnstlae Jane 4iU 16S3. | to the City Poor fund. \ MERCIIANTS. year,than in mil lA*others pmt.,ttl r. The tee
)'i ill Council Jay 2, 1853. S. IAIL STEAMERS, '- is that of the hijhest moral parity so that every faa- :

Patent medicines. Attest Q. itU.iu iia YB, Mayor. CARD LI N AA H D FLO IIDA. Goods.U B.corner.. Ye of.. George Dealer and in Staple Pkolatt and Streets Fancy. Market Dry. il,.where there are Jan,bterf, abooU bate it. Receipts .
for tad
EXICAN J.lUSTA.'lO'USlYEST.cOebra- ,potters* embroidery, everything ase&tlo
Square.
tiThe
\ tecllor otthe uortte.. A-B.Pao-tiy.Clcrk. ugllo Palalka in 84 lo 30 /four Burliaxan "Uowt-cm.cr" St. George the sea, appear monthly.

l lma 1xfr of Opium. Extracts from Procectliags of city CAROLINA will lOci TresMry Lane Colored Fashions bcre Only 1

., fid Paltt.Kmer vegetable, Council, _t. lean CHARLESTKererySaturday &.irt"J.B.Cnr .Wbalnsle-aid Relli1dtalf'r No ether Mtgizfae now gives colored steel I faaioa
Clrcoisn trith the abaTe can be had f HI HE following Resolutions were then severally ,at3 P. M. Re- .f fiii"padU Family Urweries of al! kinds. LI. plates as this does.* Fall letter-press JescripUoos se. :

Brandretha Ii a, HoI&U RIU, JL introduced and Joined,;namrly t torniag.willleaTe PALATKA qIM&c. o.9 East side Charlotte Street Worth company each monthly plate. This_ Ie.in tact tbe _
Strongs ran Janes 1IcrJidncs Hesolaiton every Iionda,.? A.M.-.FJCOL VTA,10 A.M.. of the F.bUetqu tex>book of (fashion, anJ indispensable b aU wb* '

Faboesiock.''era(u ,, Palna4ta lA toast, R6a1lNfI If tkt Alder and Aldermen j. Council and JACKdONVlLLE Tueaday, 4 o'clock. A. M. titurye Arrf. Dealer ill ,,8tape aad Fancy Dry would know bow to dresaeUrga ally,yet economically
will CHARLESTON
rKch'KlTcidldac,A'era Cherry Pectoral, c.axeied=-'liat the Ordinance probibiiinj bathing Tuesday'The FLORIDA, at 3 P. M leave Retaining win leave every PA goods,West sk of Charlotte ,-street t few door.8o.tb It e*.5/<* retry lily t.If her eara ttrtSMMlrr.Iaguificcui .
'
Ttwrasend1. Sarsapharin*, Sands do. within certain limits thertin s'.'lied. passed the LATKA every Tbmdey.7 A.M ; PICOLATA. Treaaary Laae.AefA Y Retail ? Tfczzofliafs and
Ocd Ute Oil Gelatine, Liqu rice, SIst'of ". 1843,amended by inserting immediately 10 o'clock A. M. ; JACKSONVILLE Friday JIV. II.... Wholesale sad dealer oilier engravings.Th .
Oum MUc 4c. abet the word/tatae,"io :he second line ol olDryGoodsaadGroceries.. Grocery store o. the mexmints
steel t
o'clock,A, M. Ground floor of the Hotel Goods and engraving one of waka,
City -Dry Store
'Jal7r-. '. ,' B. E. CARE the first section tlm'tof.the following.vis: creep These Steamers connect with aU the interior Charlotte Howard at least appear in every number, are aonvaaW for
street Building.
I I teitJUa lie tmclinr or wall*./4 rtgaUr vtd de Stages of East Florid, and connect both ways with Mitt S. '* .V. PiakiMH.* Dealers ia Fancy beaaty. la U..n. aa wells rradiag matter

14116. Clapboards &c. centli ,.rulruttlB.,1&JIj Hte and it was like the New York Steatnsbips,Rarcdiaa Railroads aDd Goo &c. opposite the Planters Uotcl Eastside indeed this Ma: xinc M wiihoas< aa equal. U fact .
fl90,-beUSlieULime,2Sdo8toaedo,5000ci.pbards wise ResolreJ. that said Ordinance farther so Wilmington Boats. '. .: Charlotte oa His is fir only itt.,:,.:."Jr"pda. itwiirlTA .toad.
amended and altered,ao to read'thas, (to wit) any street. .. .,..IU .
n Post,tlraaite Stone,alw Nails;Hair, person a violating this section of this ordinance, shall Passage fnn CA rfct M to licb1uilk. ad.- PeJr_'.,. 1 ChKnfel.l'rtd" ru,4e.. f cre sr4 im fir '.a esefy
Tar,I'ttdIJ Rosin t ktnn. 'Vbtte Lead, Paints, oaVonvietioa before tbe MaOf,1C. white FieeltU ami Palcrtiff.QlO. ,- c corner of Cmta and St.-eorge street. ; leer,which proves bow superior it U.Tcrm .

OU Braabeaitoeet Lead.Ui Bar Iroa. ... ._ forfeit and pay tot the fuss o&nee, a flee of person Five For farther particulars,apply ,, F. / Qci.cj. Watch maker lid Jeweler, on .Chcapc ot AU. ti

4' !d. t CAUR.Aapet dud t.tI.wub all costs which a.ccruen! the col. .J. W. CALDWELL. Chartestoa.JJELLECHASSF George irreet. nearly opposite ice of Dr.Peek. One copy for one year"dollars; for three coeiesS

tkl>, lection of aid fine and for each subsequent offence St.FIN EGAN Jlc lOn'e. ,Tls*. N lu,. Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps, Julian; fbr five copies" d tad l Ay cress$ ,

a fine of Ten'dollars, with costs as aforesaid and if R. tt REID. Palatka. feb lG Hats and Dry Goods east stde'of Chatlottee street for eight copies 10 dollars-t fat suu a copies SO M

kq.Yal'.b1t&e.- Shoe a negro or. mulatto, conviction shall trespass. corner- of Charlotte street aad Treasury Lane, tars. "' 5
blacking. Masons shoe Varnish Harness Varnish. gain tbiaordinaaee the offender shall receive twen 37'ABILITY-SECUlUTY-PEIttiETU1T1' Lmtn Airt Taller. Charlotte street. PRMIUMS: FOR CLUD3.Torrpay'jxisoMffrtiia .
Rabber W.eFish Ode Keats 'foot Oil; at ty-fife stripes on the ban back.Reselntlon. 900000. I near A* fort. I \ .np hubs, tbeltfSZovia: spkndM Premiums wit 'I

retail B. B.OARR. 3a / i* ZT,f..vBoa4 Baker, Cbariotte street near. bo4fivenFor slab of &' or five, a premium .

Retailed That nereftftcr. oatil otherwise provi TklE IfltTUAI* LIFE IXSUBAXCE. the City Hotel. T pbt 1ft by:84 ieehfcj-a :'msgaficeiit; o&r ?"*

StQ O U.o for white washiag.. very good ded.ui tats of sUatda qartet teats per day be levied GOfPANY 'I Mkbael 'NelUgtB-iCabiaet Maher Charlotte. crab 0'eight a copy of the Mafaamv f Ar 1if3.a fr .'

White wash Onuhes.Coloring, paints ANlaau fad collected for eaetr stall in the Fish market,use J OF NEW YORK-NO.35 \VALLSt., street.btlowTentneranceUaa. H club of sixteen an extra copy fur .,sod.a pft-
Copperu,Glee,&& and occapied ia tLe vending of Fish';land it is hereby -' Facd,NOT.lst,1843,8900.. BTUlOti. flack dmitkiad Can S 1i1h, miam fAddressed* a ia adJii'MA. .I.

AprU 381Jatl8S3. : B. E. CATtR.r. insde the daty of the City Marsh to exomlae NET .. ,invested iat Bonds aDd Mortgageson near the North Gate.of c City.. -ff 1. ,poM-pak).to .

all fuh brought to the market and (with the concurrence real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks CUAItLtSJ. tCTFIlSOY.

FOP tko Lasadrce, with commoa sUrch will give linen a whom be may select to unite with him la'.a,exaction Antes Government. *.'',: .Cityjl.tel. "
beaatifal ivory appeanae B. F. CARR be may make) abalcondemn all such fuh as .ThisfuadanpeltiaereadaTb1' a_ widely) extea. PJis.x. RetaaerofLiqaors.Refreshmeats, TO LAUGE PL IVTliRs.

may be unsound and utfit for BSC- ad from and ded and prospeieaa bushtras. *AUe c.. Cl zlwte"'trees. aftMue' Bci4ktfalBo" Valuable"TracU of LauU, r Sale

'B411r Bt after the passage of;{this resolution no sal of fUh The Company declared dirtfead ol profits 0(6ttwo y. .. \ (- i, fllUE iaScnber ofthe '
I-PNft&t Uq lid JJIDP-thlt U a capital shall be mace, either openly of covertly until the percent on &U exivinj'polkkson the 3 1st .'. .t J I tJL offirrs for safe ts Agent of the aeveraj, .waves

aa instmttneoos tad- 'rntanent market bell has been tegnlatiy ranx.'and any aalentoVitiioUUoa of January 1848. ..-. ,tAu .5 -t,.:,,. STAGE OFFICE rca ia East Florida t*wit some; most valuable faadf"
Dye aa4 BA trooblae Ik'e&retlies.It mated of'iWa pyoaiWiica. is hereby de. Oicn.rt\t PittUt MailSl to'
the Profit are divided &t. BcUiera City 8OO1CT\"n hammock
and If nol satisfactory to be reianied. It. dteaei> cUred toot utterly void,aad not entitling the parehajei Ituared. amoastho U.te4It ,' .' ,r. the Cibbs ad Went cfFleialagtoajkaowarna -
Lands ia Maria Co.
cheer Mack or brown desired it. r ladividtul ;
u If ta preference over tay other who
B.Co CAIR. I mar be preset'tt and after the ringing of said bell The prtmimn'lrt paabte in cub a'nasally,sem- -.5 5 5 1100 acres DeQ tM Akcbjat Sovtnna. kaowaastbcGarrjCraau

May I'. 18.53. tnd propose tot any fish be may see tad desire to annually, qaarterly, interest being added on the CBURCHESw 400
deferred f B. C tJsait Clartl. | acres is In Feltse ITammoek near Hewnatuvflle. -
payments. KonhaUe
parcbtse tat toy person selling fish either openly I Moaamea
The cash principle adopted by this Company are. .koova as ih*Lawson Lands.
Iltitttgrd4able aad Ten Pia Alley orcurrdj. contrary to the intent and meaning of se- 3
t to the for whose beaefit the Several thoastad sera good lead the AmdoadofJrtat
T the Magnolia Jfctrest this interdiction,shall on conviction beSOre the May Lures parties Insurances s' s..Ja aWe HecQltatl1UJe. ia -
A day aa4 open throBgboul.tbe'. or befiAed a quadruple the vajoje of any fish so told are effected, the whole of they advantages, witboat Preslfierisa dwcl Oa 8t rie.itnn. :.. -1
JSrttyBf
Key 89* u i8tf 8. MIRANDA. by.htm,with costs of prosecution. subjecting them to the heavy drawback. of accun tScib of the ttquare.Metbdial w'. 7000 acrn-oo nalitax River. South ,,| La.gntiaeknawaastheBalo .
lated ai.e PMatatknh $ Plead
premium notes.
pdClarei. ..
"Eewieid George
That Hot .tbe if street,
ayer.be requested Persons may effect insnpnc on their ( am .'poha.Jloae I' '? Uleht' se.itabMr far .
ewe. ". .
'
.Bo..te- Invite the attention of Lieut. M.
to L-Smith
of
lad the lire of others. A married. woman eania. .'STFAM8.OF .. And me lothtr bodies .f.ataaamokasvigtbfVwttet
Hop*.Yese Powders. Cream Tartar..SafcrCb the United States Topographical Engineer Corps cure the life of her bosband.the beaefea whtefc *. '- '
., Soda Barley. E.Ieue Lemon now in this City and (Rho' It II anderstood is on tloer secured by law fouls asrbf beneif of or cail are : COURT, EASTERN CIRCUIT The titles are tmdoabted'and tEems l-Aparc

Orange Peel. BSTOTJ, Peach. Spinet, Peppermint of QaifiX Banrey ia cer State J to the ground dfe. ***-"' FWRIDA. to 6EO. a. FAI&BN1C8 .
Thyme.$sroo, n y.Ciaaanwn, Ns Car interventn Ut eea.KebiUdbf Ilatanza Hirer and an F'ch 28.1852 .
tmegs Clerjjraen an4 aU other* d 4eat aala nrertbec.litielOruceaadSc.LadeltMel, fit. Aag' .:
fc open *
lamitb'.Ikeek the >
b eCHalUaz
fie III o4
tia1l. E nwt rd, Prepared reach Moa River at "Bo- Invilei
flea specially an it Uremaelvea !
are rs
of
tard. lows tiMtarer and to ack that he call,consistent a re*
Caycmae Aatu Sauces '
peps .eta da School
,Cstaoa Boo&t
source whereby tBelrsarvivinglanulesmay besecartd I oaviBe.oti'tae first Tuesday ia -
rkUeau with his other tningemeats marine the same.withtView April ia etch tnd
i I to tseenain'the practicability of rom the evils of penory_ ;' i every'hi. 5- 0. )18eI Geography and Mao, JfooclTM" t

1.eaUc m. UFVcv % *>(, Dlct. DmuobiJDD. to connect those two opening points a Pamphlet$ *'D tort of tbe principles of Mvtsal rof.hsCoantyof'Stmpter.at Adamstlle via aad do, Peter Pirieya do,Sawtssmar. new Gtaa! +
the
Bra..r. Fait Cherries &eo Tamarindsiaetpple Lad report to the City CooncO the result(of.his ex Ie Tonaacean'dillutrai1ri its advanUfCf, with _18 Apru I.cads sad .Obeys LLsiory U the United Sates, Wsi.tes* j
., ntIJ year.
,, Giager Olives.Horse rtd- ,- forms ofapplicatioa be obtalocd' -at the office o' For tI. T aad dc&ner.Waller's 4ktioaary,s be

: bit.Fresh 8la.aao.SaNIAet.t Retsit..Ill..' &lDinatioa.0.. HUHPnaEYS.. Mayor. tbe Comjiaoy.35. \VaUsU or of any of its. agents. ', to ApDUa:each yofPstaamatpUstka tud : .tbiladTaadar cl ool,3TirMiiawhi3tcryfGrfftwAidaof$ ,
every. do
do of United States t
.fl
CARn. TflOSTEES, :; eagiisa Cea3eM _
For
8u Aigustine Jane & 1853. Aa Ordinance to raise a rveaaeo meet the ear Jos B Collins, 'Dari.ia Coldci. rf A nf onntyof MMba-t Oca1. +.banJa MoadtyAyiVi flag : cloprimDm'.tlo rca cls-

, rent expencea oftae City, for the year 1853 tad for Wml'Hyslop. ,Alfred Bdwwda' -' ._ bola ..In.IeaI .letter". 1 1i

;, TAIARXHDS.FlIP.-.tnoe..BiUf.c.hoIce I the cxUnfioisbiaent of the City debt. R. II McCart',. WurBetu > For .the county of Macbua at Newaaavifk. rtfeis,cjdUsvsue}pestfnoia paper toy books fe.B.e. .

\ ,, I Et itOrdoUtd.bj the Mayor and Aldenneaof Erect Winston; Joseph'Bloat, ant Monday,a M*j.' .' tlAaL '

hh lhary fW Ale.Porter Cider Wiaes, Bra oh : the City{: St. ABgutin. ia Council conteaett C W Faber. Isaac O, Pesrsoa. For the c..c Cdambia.,at r G1I Match Htb.lfS3. .

I That t Tax of one-eigbt o f one per cent be aad John P Yelvertoou :Henry_Well., anrc.od J (XaI. .
1 BOOK "A.ftI
the same Is hereby directed ta La AGENTS a.
B.E.CARR. i tnsposed fo: the Theo Sedgwlck. Wm Moor for the county of rulal.at
Jan J5da 1853. year 1853,((br clot puposes ttbiettid) on the value Stacy B CollinsZebedee: Cook "ed s allay betare die fourth 3toada N.C.bi..Oil the TOSELLPICTOaULANDQTiiE&U5SflW* --
of all Real Estate situated 'J; Ms .
and lyioa within the John H Swill JoaaMiHeri For the or \TOftK3 EOB. THE YE-\R .
tl the Chartered Units ofthe aaidJCity-nd the feflowincpersota John Wadaworth ;;<;. 'Dirid' CoJQleck Io cnatr Daaf..t_lackJriYUe,ore the '. 4r9ao DOLLARS A YEAR
10 Monday or '
ReeeJl"etI JSerali Can, choice (to wit) Frederick Uamphreyl. and Al Sit Cornell. .* Itay,, .

Batter 10 boaea Chee.9 fibls..9 dot Nice Haaw.10 gap Sert TX Koe:.AI j appoinied.assessor |o. deter* Gout M Wilklaa .Rob.rt Chaet 8>tlar, Fot iJ aly ot 81.1_.'..at St. AacualA.e W ANTED.M "JlT.ot. that met Ir.
Chocolate 3 dot F". mia the nke.of said Ked Estate,tad fix the ba. .V ': r, .the ICCO ldottdey fa lne. rtfLL oa Sutts. active aaJ n I' men, w M*
gress Water, 9 tea fin Cut tobacco ia tk Jorcph TaeUnra ,: ia the sale of of &.
1oiI. ail apoa w laid tax ahallbe levied tnd his here- FredWhiuleJyl ',, gags twain :best Books ia tit*
C. Udpedic., 8rsua.at RttsiLTremooiaa .' 11".8 Gdaatll' TLTL To 4
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by festi rucediled that the tar imposes1 by this Ordloawmhanbacoabcted Charles Ely .. cwtrtry. met gocd. poamMg at
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