The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00093
 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: July 3, 1852
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00093

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: THE io1Ty ,... ,; ::. ;'"' ;" J, 'iD11!' it : : 'I from the palace.del. Orrtho concealing. to his raptures' Greuze again! became BIu: .q.p,*.up ft 'come agaIa:(!) S

!: t I. I.. ___...:: : ...., from,Lelitia bis,love, his regrets,and his fears. reasonable-he did not. 'dare-to abandon him salt and swallows the same one.) -
; 'I' PTTBttSHSD ,WEEKLY, .,..J' : : ', ...- He confided everything to Fragonardwho self to 4he fell poetic developement of 'bis adyepturo. I 'Now you tell ma. zat oR1a.. beU1' ", ,

; .. EVERY' 8''A' 4PA'Y': ;" 'v .r '. .': la1c.' ,,' ''d', -''i.J1 ..t. ,' :J. called him tbe amorous chqgibfm, and rid > .l6t'.Np'd! |, |amj 1t.u""bAI _!.Wtrr8lry ii thtM'1% TMV>gar: t.| "-IOh '
: '" ..culed h"ae 1timen\ "'F.ai1''ti&71''ul ctesomuon. the ''house 'of t Q andworthy "! cat certaJnmenU.beDo'at oulaod' .
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: .t. .,'t"? '.' 'i'" t."p older 6chodt h1) 0 had.palnte'i'ho luni dup J Duke del O riULIti3: \ is .blind; it is he swallows tbe tame one again; ... :

> rn TWO potiJiM m junrrjf.'w ADTAKCK, BY, S A t.UTIZIXU I. $TA*........... ., nose of Mademoiselle Sylvia the_pursued up my duty to enlighten her.* 'Blu-up,' and up itcome, again.on his plate.
noso of )Mademolslle La Praire. Fragonard r Ho drove from hinvhis illusion, his hopes' Just then a gent enters '.
aA. J1"BttIDQU wilL l I1e Icedtt Omc
Pr udIanI I'of hope to every,star' :'. sentiments did not go beyond,that of tho al his love alone remained. The next day, when 'Give*a dozen o.r&wtThe

I. D<4z per square of 13 line ot under' for the lint S Who cornea,like\ me from climes afar; 0 cove. You may imagine the epigrams.Greuzehad ,I he again saw Letilia,he was pale and sad ; the Frenchman turns to him. 'Ab! my frfon.

tttcrthntj an4 S*vutTTr.Frr&Cwrt for each iiuhee. leave thee now, but take with me to undergo from such' a comrade in his victory which he had gained over his heart had you eats ze raw oys-tair !* *

t oeet 1u*rton. deduction! will'be made for notkw Substantial venira of ,thee gallant anvcntures. .Ho fled to solitude, ho cost him many tears. "What,sad ?" exclaim. Ofcourse.' .5 : ;

iMerted(or els. montha. For which I'd offer the my bean, took: to melancholy he wished to flee the adorable ed Letitia, throwing herself upon his neck; 'YoucaIlzatzegoo4oys.j. t S

',8T AU adrertiaementi taint ,bejaid for before But.with it 1 have had Image of Lctitia, but this image was are you so, to terrify me ?"-"Yes, sad, Leti. ,Yes fine, fat one.* S
to part. "t smiling before him like tia because I love well because I 'Ha ha I link is
Hieitiontmk 1 : everywhere \ on en. you too :- renounce zat good oys-tair I supposd
by regular customer.. Bjrreferitef HmesofrnIneS: 1 chantress., Did he take up,palette'and brushes you'who would bo my most holy joy you EAT HIM !' .
And lilt be that .
fa ear terma, the requisite nm oaf be acer- : >. Letitia was at once sketched as if and havo lost 'With pleasure' and' the
by magicon my purest glory. Why, you gcnt!) gave it
ttlwd ana tmumhted With the adrertlaement..JD" Have glided from my purse to thine, the canvass; did he wander about alone, be your senses), You do wrong to jest so with ,.it dart of pepper-sauce, and-bolted it.' S

Adrertiaeiaenta Dot marked with the camber 'Tn..but the toll that prudence swept was insensibly drawn towards her. Often, my tenderness. Return to your reason: yester- The horrified opener'stood a gape, he didn't

inaertiocc required, will be continued cQtllforb4dind From hoard I fain. would have. kept. even. as he wandered about the palace he day'you were charming."-"Yesterday I was mind 'sawing' a Frenchman but an old customer -

charged for. : The/H threw which did not fail' > saw her! pensive countenance appear at a distant fool ; yesterday .I listened only to my ownherftt was another thing. -

": #e*to Debtors and Creihton For you have given me back the wKale. window1 : ; dayttUlt is possible that you are serious The Frenchman turned on his heel,Ah,my
: 87004ppkUon 'I" 1 One das, while he was sketching the head t" said ,Lotitia, almost in anger;""then trlen, zat may be good oys-tair, But f no like

(or Letters of AdnjinUtrntlon, 5 00 Farewell whene'er I cast a look of a Virgin in the,church of St. Peter, perhaps you do not love me. So it you pretended to ttim-swallow zat oys-tair tret tinut! S

a AUreliglona notices will be Inserted gratul.itGP1IT. .' Upon trusting banker's book: *. to diupate his recollections of Lctitia, love me, it was only to tear.open my ,heart.It .- BLU-U-U E !' and up came the oyster, and

I I my ; the Duke del Orraddressed him- was barbarous t Go, go said she, falling the Frenchman danced with delight,

CT AU bIDa for lob Printing, must -be paid'on Where'er "greenest ti I,we, ;{ "How is,It,Greuze, that you.do not come to I into an arm-chair, you have wounded me mortally 'Ah: monsieur, ,,zat bad O'l-&al t onl ccrainment. *

th&dlieri of the work. Then memory will turn to thee. S my palace? My gallery, Is deserted ; my but I wish to suffer alone, I do "no; wish .' ,

"* Bright dollars,how I feel the.prll, daughter has thrown her brushes asido on to nee you more. Tbe gent speechless with horror, ran to the I
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D on ,aDd communleationa* 1 0 them I'll never say farewell!IS Ittmmcr losing her master. Come back come back! With a trembling ,hand she pointed Greuze brandy decanter, swallowed about half pint ;, j

suit. be tore LTD-to rwenre attention. I During your absence,I have enriched my. gallery to the door. As on the day before, ho had and mizzled. .

--- -- e Er1cnds.rIP' \ with two .heads by Titian; my old uncle I not tbe power of resisting love. He threw The Frenchman followed, saying. 'Zat dam '

A If Ordlnaaco in addition to na .. S,. ". ./. wishes copies of them by Letitia. Come, himself at Letitia's feet, he dried her beautiful bad oys-tair t' .

erdluauco rclatiu( to the po Aa the bee ia to the flower, 1; therefore, and direct her still.' eyes wilh'his lips; be swore thousand

lice. of Ike tJitf of 8t.AUffostliic.T In the honey-laden bower, I Tbe next day Grcnze returned to tho palace : times to obey her as a slave. Well then, said The following dialogue'once occurred in an ,

it wdaimedf? tkt flavor and Aldermen / To each leaflet in the grove, *1:1: pale and trembling at the mere idea of again she resolutely, let us sol'out this instant; Lucia editor's sanctum in England. A long,thin and

tlt'itgcf St. Auguttint, That if any.pertbn or he holding his mistress, but that day he did accompanies us:my father is two leagues from ghostly visaged gentleman was announced.VVti .-
Humming of love ,
[*nwa commit or cause to be committed,or ;' not ce her. Since the previous evening the Rome at the house of Count Palled, when he an asthmatic v6ice but in a tone of civility 1

taid u lot be concerned in comcsittAg any trespass upon Pausing only in his flight : fair Lcititia had been ill, ill on account of not returns we shall be far away ; wn will pass (for otherwise the editor would.. ave
any ,garden, or plantation within the :
c f tft. AuffttaUne,grove or upon any fruit treea,shrubbery city Where the treasure cup is bright,: seeing Greuzo any moreHe Commenced the through the garden;-we shall find tf carriagewailing transfixed him with a fiery paragraph the ;

jilantB,tinea or vegetables growing in any such lot, All unwilling to depart. J copy of Titian alone. The next day, as he for us at the gate, for 1 have thought itranger said t to

garden, gmre or plantation, or shall be concerned in Till he'a reached the very heart, i stood in gloomy revcire before the work 'of everything, I hive not been afraid like you 'Sir, your l iournal yesterday contained false.

dntroymg or carrying away any fruit,vegetables or Sucking ever while he sings : the great master, Lclitia's maid came) to him I have not regretted the sacrifice for a mo- Information. ': S

tntag ot Vklne growing therein such person<< or pcr- Life from the Insensitive ." with a inUlcriaiis air,' ment.1 'Impossible sir, but tell roe to what you a!.
ton' (if free) shall,on convictioa, for each offence, things.Aa 'Follow met' said she f o him. Greuzo resgardrd She had drawn Greuze to the door of the lude.' S
be aobjix to a fine of not exceeding: ten dollars and the bee is to the flower. her with surprise ns if he had not heard room. 'Have I forgotten nothing?' said she, 'You said that Ur. M. had been tried*

the costs of prosecution; and;f a ftlave,he or she shall In the honey-laden bower : 1 what see had said. 'Follow, me.' she repeated. pausing; she sunddenly grew pale Greuzesaw 'True.' 0 %

be table to whrpping Dot exceeding ten,stripes, and Are summer friends''I. Greuzo fallowed her like a child. Ho soon her father. 'Letitia, what'is tbe matter?' 'Condemned.' ,- ,* ,.

the like coels. And in every .* of conviction the > entered 11 chamber, somewhat' gloomy shaded said he,taking her hands. 'See,/said she,.still. 'Very.true.* .. ., #..', ,..,, ,.

rndei bhall stand committvd until the fine or petr As the shadow to the boot, .. ,, ).; by thick curtajns! oft tfet8. At the first glance .pal r'.'81:0.' S 'H.ung'4VOsttr- s- .;... .-. ., S
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*ftd ail costs ball have been ati8fiedaad paid.fetCwlife j. he Lctitia in the shade she She Jook1 Jed. at the e! ., ; :
1 dn a chan'gefdf bke afloat. '.. saw was languid- V&B g'.lthJ'cw; eye ; .
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___ .., .. :: Greuzo's this one possessed so much 'I assure you it is a fact: and now I hope you
hand heads
to. ',;. D 1 a .a ". rivalT>1"( reuze; -.he silently held on her ; '
." ....... tit ia-rchaotlJze on th. Sabbath day or baiter >- And all itrtane elevates : 'II le fell on his knees to kiss the.whilo hand.- tenderness that the spectator was softened at will' contradict what you' have alleged.' "

fit -Hi{ the .tameIhall: conviction be fined in the But a ripple on Its breast, I, The poor princess became radiant with Joy- the first' glance. The noble countenace also 'How!'/ no f means what ,do sir/ mean ? You are. de

mm ol ten dollars for every such offence, together trembles with she raised her head and cast on Greuzo ,the possessed a certain indescribable melancholy you
wi.1) }U iiMU of pro-ecnutig 'the same, one half of S Shadow unrest sweetest glanco that: ever fell from the most which went right to the heart. :'I he duke seem ranged. '
wLch BO U line ahull be paid to the person Informing And when. fiercer storms- abound, beautiful of blue cJc ed to be sadly reproaching his daughter for '1 mar be sir ; but T will not do it.'

and prowrcuting the t'ame.Jc 'Can no longer there be found. 'Monsieur Greuzu, Ipvo Do not con. thus abandoning him. That mild look whichhe 'I complain to a magistrate. .
it ,,ur/Ae* trduined. That it shall not be I law .As the shadow to the boat, you. love cast on his daughter! every hour of the day,' As you please ; but I never retrat. The
demn extraviganl person-I, you S
f>.>..bf Ely prison by himself, servant or agent,toljmmtl '' me as her head and appearedto the look which she saw when she awoke, and most that 1 can do for you is to announce that
On changerul lake afloat but she bent down ,
or bate r, to any aUre.aujr ,ylnous .pint. a Greuze when she betook herself sleep had suddenly the rope broke, and that you are now in perfect S ,

wi.w intoxicating liquors without aa express license S Are summer frienfo. await an answer from the painter. -------5. __._-.....1 ...... *.. eintlttfhir.h. ....... nhc .had- health. I have ray principles,sir"*I nev- ;
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mouruiui .A
tuVnikig frou the person having the control of Mid knew not what to say; ho contented assumeu a pru&uii' said' the. Her deceive: 'J
Artl... before 'My father
Au Lovel1l0&lur a.ad..tdel.t second time kissing Letitia's hand.- not seen. ,\
*U'-cr ilim under the penalty oC'tweat1 dollraur ,a with her lover in her
..ch acxl vrviy. onencewuh. the coets, and the Yes, Monsieur Greuzo, why not tell you? I father was struggling strength THE MODEL LADT puts her children- out to : "
I have no
lutv wer b&ll be coiiUed to the one.hslof Mid petu I A4-soon na Grcnzo hnd mado a liiile money, I love )'ou-but you-?' hear, which beat violently. and lead nurse and tends laps-c1oglliea in bed UIl noony :

,.f.'and: it the peraoa or persons so offending rhnllt I he wax dt."lirnu8.'liko a paintrr ttuly inspired, ,Greuze was till silent,.lost as he was in unspeakable to go forward said she, Suilain me here paper-soled shoes, and pinches her
b< .icred khopkeeper hia or their said license of making a journey tu Italy It wall almost transport. Letitia argued ill from me.-'I hove'nOlle either-let us'pause wears and
the fits forgets to .
tbe waist piano
under gives pay
td. tho counterpart of,the *t
:!lirat ordinance will b. atrir.dlororeed.: Ho did nut derivo much inspiration asido her face began to weep.Jreuze eyes ot your father, and then adieu forever her church milliner when cuts she has poor a new bonnet, ; turns goes ;

:rai& m Council. June, let 1852. from the masterpieces of the great muse .. at lost J roused from his dream-'If I.. Letitia made no answer. 'It there is any sac to her husband and flirt
shoulder to
'' P. C. ZYI.s"rR.NtlrOf': ters. He did not spend much time in studyingthe love !' exclaimed he, also in tears. 'Ah rifice to be made: ,' continued Greuze, 'let it be the cold thimble I donf !

ttt'! t..... IJ.cEL _, teninus of Rnptucl. lie admired the. adotirztblo Lotitia.you But seel have been enraptured ever for your father. Besides, CCushler.well.. is with his "friend;noedle.from noveisaw a a crow.barwonders tz,
know darning
a ol that king painters but he beautiful, in its morn that morn Das risen a .
Virein ;
r .T:7'axColleetor'g:i *ale.Titinutofthepowrirr since, I first saw you. She began to where puddings grow: eats ham and eggs
admired much more a hadsomu Roman girl, said she with of joy. for us, let us go no further.
Iakllezpo I 'You love me! a cry I and dines off a pigeon's leg in public -
law said
: in ana in private
: vested me by \ of the divino Creator I extended her bads to Greuze, ,
master piece
who was J1 She fell into his arms completely overcome; weep the last new fashion;doatson
Court House mad after
for sale before the thank / Greuze runs
atJ with him to Italy letters of stifled voice1 you ;
lq bud brought "there between them but to him,an a
uioist MtHcB,iUe()n the first Monday of July next, far from some moments was resolved not to, return again to Byron, adores any fool woo grins. a .
Introduction which were being os fully .
soul. was departed,
. breath
one oCher
heart asked'the
ttteJ H w4n0ideacribed tract of land or as moch'ithewaf ono one who conducted moustache, and when age
.. aa 'dlpay the taxes due then'on the iS tate valuable to him as his ardent dreams of glory the first to dissolve tho encb ntrnent. the palace. The emme-dt-chambre 'Adieu child replies,dffaft know indeed, ask:
\ threshold: youngest
:*' mind genius. One of these letters, t.owevcr, said but children; think him said to him at tbe 1
of JgMda' ,and tOVQtl.of, Orange for the year 1851. 'Alasl he \YO ore a most I Belt !-Olive Brunch
. '0..$. ': ., was worth something to him, if not Tot ad well ot this, Lctitia. You love me? but you M. Greuze; on my conscience, you are is ,

r. i .. .iL9.acrei I. << assessed toJamea Clark In section vanccment, lot love; and painter though he are the daughter of the Duke del Orr-. I gloomy love/-After all,perhaps the girl The true;the only victories which, da not J

. .. township U,' tlaoge 31 south and east on the I IUaBitl.x was, ho liked better a gentle word from the udore.you; but I am a poor painter .without' right, said Greuze as he withdrew.the Marquisdel cause a tear,'are those gained over igaoxaace. "

," River, heurt than a, proud laurel crown. He there tame, and, without fortune. Love has treated Five weeks .after, Greuzo s\w The most honorable as well as the most use.ful ,I

L titMPcON! oWrifiTand Tax CQ11e- o ', oc.. fore, atier the fetes which Fraijonard! and his mo cruelly.' 'You.do not know what you are I Orr- ler his studio. My dear Greuze her. occupation men U to 'contribute .theexteasiojot r:
itII- 'Jd311b6' of tbe, Academy:oflered to him continued daughter wisres .very much to have "
other friends murmured Letilia who mv, adea.-.Ypo1eoim Doaiparta."John *
. saying, I
. : .. 'I : Can come ,tomorrow ,
1 &IoU ..4 J -1 I -- ii- arrival furlhwilh'to the Palace ull| and I rtitpainted by you. you
hi* went dei"the charm, 'I love you, marry you p ) A
JOoS&l'JI ,II EN RV. 14 Jays from Haiti4MQ '' said Greuze. Tne next day crying, said an enraged ,
Duke del Orr.- The duke received him But consider, my ? 'I will, stop your '
the is all enough. '
II ., WU .Roar,3UUO bush Corn,40 bake like'' a grand '8e1 nOr whoinrscea it simplo father.' father, I the painter saw at the palace the Count father to his son who had kept up an iotoier- i
'My poor
.. I' r ffee hhda ijugar. 40. bus Lard very graciously dear! angel, your in arm-chair, the five minutes "stop I :
IP an
:g. ( Ureuze appeared at husband for. Palleri carelessly reclining able yell for past
ot genius. well ho ,
man that designs a !
5 know
bIle very Greuze "
20 Appli-s, the father
Potatoes ot
40 bUs sight ? repeated
taLler the do hear again
had of: Letitia.At you
aide say;
Our grand scignor I CaZA- the
his everlasting at
. C.. caskk of Bacon 40.rets. an aproposirnomeut. an ugly old fellow "You'
ftie, 100 bar Oats, 6 me, daughter is married few minutes the boy still crying. :
'My after
adoruhle daughter Who dreamed of naught of him lhat "fool of a count, Fallen she blushed and sighed. a !
default '
100 kegs Nails, 25 boxes Tobacco, 3.o10bU an ore in tell said the, duke, don't I can choke off in &minute do
" 2 casksOiLGQbaxea (Jreuze would do as well as whom 1 have never Keen, thank God. I ; did I forget f.out' suppose
; Mo1a..SO boxes Soap, bU'1IQintanc., The painter bowed ?" chimed in the hopeful' urchin.A .. i
,I II Candles, 15 baskets' Champagne, JC'< ally teacher for,the young lady. On beholdIng am rich, by inheritance from my mother. I who,conducted Greuze. you : \

bMMer.10 ehea.tl Tea, 10.dox. Brooms, 10 nest Lciitia for the first time,who was an truth will give you my fortune, my heart my life without' saying word. Letitia married lady who woj in the habit o! .

! 7i |8oxa Oranges, 6 boxes Lemons, JO caakaRiwHCtaSei a masterpiece of nature's hand work, Greuze nil I have,lot a kind look from you,you rogue. ,During }ne progress ot tbe portrait him the first spending most or her time in the society other,

L' 15 boles: Starch,400 boxes to asked himself whether .this lesson was not also We will go to France there tbe most modest twice' found herself ,alone with her, hair- neighbors, happened one day to be taken sod- :)
:Maa1t1ut B E. CARR. tor bimsel., The lesson wet for both. The abode will be palace for Us. Greuze will.become lime. ,"heohlained' ;:from. 1 her_ _a lock_ i.:.. hUt denlv ilL and sent her husband in great basto ; i
iiS ...i. day after came another lesson. "Genius comes a Titian=shall become his wife shall the second he 'asuea lor a maruwcai --- for,a phjaiCIan.TbO, husband ran. a ,short :

: ** Collectors Sale- 'I from the, heart,** said Greuze to himsell He be there to rest his head-I shall be there' to he'obtained only a tear, :distance, but soon returned,exclaiming.aMy \
I a to
-of the power vested ia .me by Jaw, I several former But The finished, Greuzo carried find when I come back?
Coon House had used the same expression on love him, I shall be there in his heart. portrait to the dear were shall you
I for sale before the I occasions but 'never with'equal. truth.- ? Why do you have that sad his,studio, to gire, be said, a final touch who
of July next say nothing after, lady snyathat
a-ille the lint Monday you .but the day There is a young
on accessories
Ascribed tracts of land or ao much He loved Lutitia as an angel l b lovedand as: a nnd thoughtful air Is that the way" you love draperi,, and, carrying;'with| him tuu I masterpiece if a cart wheel has nine felloes attached to 1:
thereon the State woman loved: she had'uch celestial. pUrity. ?* he quitted Rome woman like her cant have
thereof u wit pay tbe taxes due me of and of love. it,it's a pity that a
divine and carried art
much himself to away
of Florida and County of Oiaoge for the: year and corporated beauty, so 'Greuzo allowed fellow. S
jBJt.i&wit human grace. Ho did not love nlone; the two by the seductions of love; he forgot titles of -, one said to be
weak eyeait
to be. souls ot master and'scholar had expanded to built with Letilia the finest air S A 'Bad or.ten' Story. A good lotion for
8fT acre**T fend belonging or supposed nobility-he of laudanum, and five, drops of
kf to Thomas Forbes beiag ia section' 45 town get her like two spring roses under ibt same castles-but'soon recollecting himself'Alas. !, Scenoanoyster celler. twenty drops of water,applied three 'j

1 G('I'iqe 2)...\band east, aaaeaaed to the said bun's rays. It was not yet love; it was lender qald he, 'why am I not grand duke 'Whata Enter Frenchman-"Sar you keep. do raw brandy, in a wine-glass warm as the eyes' can bear it: .
; which rises Leti. times a day, as .
TIL- AI'bH.' it was that ineffable feeling child you are making ot, yourselfsaid S
;Alio.5 ia acmInKctfcn.40, township 16 aonihraage > ;daily-- .Irom this world like incense towards tia''whiDo at are all those noisy titles 'good for? I' fine fat Prince Bay.' A Yankee who went over to the mother jcount.

90 t4.' *isessed Thomas fnrbea.AJbo dIYluh)'. Greuze was happy' in this love,' but you wish for titles?' So saying, the. beau.\ FrPendJman-Tres pine, I will edt some 'V some time ago was: asked on coming .)

,$15 cm inscdion 39, township 14 couth still Inure In that of I.eIitiar:' b 1m. Alas! this tiful Italian girl leaned like a gracious fairy: rawoys-ttir.' S back how he liked Great BritainJ'WchI"beiaid"England .

IWte; 7 ea ;,bticg ou Weal bank*!ot,Uke George happiness passed quickly bWa)'. Like all over her lover, parted his blonde I locks with The man opens a fine fat one, and put it is a very nice countryexcee-' ]

todaieeaaedl to1bomaaForba. liiipimiess, }u was bufnIuok, a ,imlle, 'a tar, her little hands, and set a kiss on his forehead on a plate before the Frenchman who eyes itheeverateopenedhis dinghy fertile, well cultivated, very populous, ;

J.IMI'oN. :! & crii'.n4 Tu. CoUtetor. nothing. more but, not till this happiness.Urvuzu .- which would have r used Alain Chortierai sometime, arid says: and very wealthy; but,"continued the Yankee, S '

i! ..,'lfaA forcKuw tl.at his love affair v a&'to be i 'Well' said she to him, with a chumming smile, !MonsieUr you: call dis de good oratalr f' MI never liked to take a morning walk'after .
p iw O'A'A...,ki hereby givra.lhat 1 will, six ***** but the illusion of the instant ; it h-d{ sprung is not that.titles.A good as any other!' Lcti- .. ,.Yes, sir, prime.' Onl breakfast: because the country Is so small that"
11$;'*%r date. apply to ifce Judge of Probate of 8t i without reflection, as love 'always docs, it lia's kiss was the sweetest that'Greuze could. .rbe Frenchman swallows ilit was the 1 was always afraid of walking off ihe Jge. .. i iI
up -
j_G.oMy,for Lettera of Administration, on the was to toll under the blow ot common sense have received, it ws ecsiacy, a pure In.toxitat.nn eyes and mouth, puts am afraid will come to/want' said a.old .
aAj0UJaJata or Aid County Uecaaed the nobility had tender joy, such as is rarely bread basket. aud yen
tytJMfr9C-3a : and really as in those days n his hands into his 'I have cometo -
ANN UURLBERT.Si not lost the magic ol their titles d poor painter, vouchsafed to man. Hut. he must quit her for IU.Uupj'and up.c mcs ih&oys-&air, on the I lady a young the reply; 'Iwaot your .
already" was
.AqustiDf ;dueb 6tJa I.52. ..,.;.,..h. ... .he had been a nobleman by'right' ot nil thnt. Greuie; departed, ravished, happy, rlm.e. S ":i want The old l lady,opened her,eye*..* )
daughter. .
,"a; 1I&.eo..14Iq.o.. &c. "genius'1. would needs havo lost Uptime in adorsngiht' i. cnchnnicd, promising to return'the doy after shalli -Socre dam by. gar, dat. !.. node;,t... good" oJ8' ..' :. .l (., I"j '.1"| f/ > f toe' -ji

& 'risady KMlaaa Gin, 'Moaongsbela Princess'Lejttia. Happily,love,never i'To-morrow,', said u titia.'to-morrowyou. lair' !" sir.' \ If you wan' a woman to dOAny thing J.

Q'Wtifikey,,Irish sad Scotch do. Ale and For oT. lime.. NoW kings no 'longer marry'in* not go alone.' 'You don't put on wit nod pepper, you,just praise 9i*br.
felt he
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m shepherdesses '
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.r ANCIENT CITY. CT The following editorial was written six Iweeb i North, with which section he is,and has been j KT The Southern Press thus comments on J Demoeraljc) > Heeling. '

THE ago. We omitted to publish It at that for years identified they will proclaim bit true the! notion of tome soft bead of the N. O. Delta j The ,
( Democrats of St.
1 I Johns
II.. time, fearing that we might be deemed rather principles to wit, Sewardim its most comprehensive relative to bringing Chinese to work in the riled to meet at the County,**i : a
\, and extended Nor are Messrs. "Magnolia Retreat* I
s sense. .
U premature \ :as a general thing we do not set Seward & Co. very particular about the feelings Southern States. We observe, that several of this, city, on Wednesday cenIUI3 us \\ML. z

ourself up as oracular ; but we now publishthis of the South-Scott once nominated and the Northern papers are very much .struck" 8 o'clock, fir the purpose of to kin, I ihtoa '

l I article to show that we saw the course of these gentlemen imagine they can defy 'he with the Delta mans notions- |I sidcration the recent nominations of tht

the whig party and of Win. H. Seward & Co. south they claim that he can carry New York The New Orleans Delta closes an article on I ocratic Convention what held.at Baltimore_( t
,. determining) action shall be
I Pennsylvania and Ohio, that three great States : had than 4
\ '. h:;'ALr ; Or TCDKK1L. WQHTS.TAHCE UD ntDJC1llt. nicking,out ,all along:. of the Union, these with whatever they can the extensive with immigration the following of remarks the Chinese: to, and for the transaction of any other partr{ t
.. California
4 T :.,'. TO ALL WHO OrTOSt THXK.ST. ". "I* Kick up elsewhere sin as they suppose elect VWe are, perfectly satisfied thai before; long situ, which. may be brought before it. t

4"v !.....;;,. .. "" 6,. 1 : :The Coming Contest. ; elect Scott and ike power behind the throne the attention of the Louisiana planter will tie St. Augustine,. June 26 '1552.MANVVOTElfd: '
will be than the throne elect Scott :
'# greater ; consideration of new And ImproVed
AUGUSTINE, JULY 3d, 1852.D1IMOCBATIC If any reliance is to be placed in signs and and Williarn Seward, is next in the order of coerced to plans the of management and among _.

I. I f..i+r prognostics, it.requires no supernatural agency promotion to the Presidency defiance the them, and in the very first rank we expect to St. Acgustine:, June 30II

: k 1'I0lBlN'A.TIOlf' to fortel what the result of the action of Ho'ulh ; elect Scott and a dissolution of the ftnd this one ol Chinese labor, which, in aim031 errata Conformably of St. Johns: to the above Notice,tbe
1 fThlon is apparently inevitable. Let the South County met at the:
\. _-Is..................r I the whig convention will be ; at least so loft every respect economy inclusive, jl.uperior and time designated in said Notice, i
two African. At it
far as the nomination for the Presidency to that now given by meeting was organized by calling the.] ;
think admixture of the two
all events, we an
FORFRANKLIN PIERCE goes.-But short, time since we were inclinedto ET Our. neighbour, of the Florida Rtpublicon, will be found worth a trial as an experiment HrorozxTs was appointed to Secretary the Chair, and Cau. 1

believe that the.present incumbent of the is all agog and "goes it blind4 in his comments involving no dangerous consequences." After a few remarks from the ChairC: .

P*; OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. white house would be brought before the people upon an article, which appeared in a former The notion of the Delta is a very silly one. mittee composed ot ; E. B.Gould,JIKX ML]

i by his party in order teat his course mightbe number of the Ancient City, condemnatory of of No the kind African of labor slave.is or can If the be slaves so cheap is treated as thai lane, Geo. Center,Bartolo Pacetly Evj .

1 FOR.. .... VICE, PBESlPEIfT-; Justified or condemned by his countrymen; his illiberal effort to detract from Gen. Pierce well his natural increase alone affords a larger casion appointed to prepare Resolutions for

r! this be had a right to expect this he was entitled and is sadly at fault both as to fact and avcrage profit than most of the investments The Committee retired and after
: KING a
j to ; we were disposed to believe too that the direction given to his lame and impotent ol capital. It is' perfectly ridiculous for the score returned, and presented the, foil ..

"" \ 1 -OF, A'LABA Dd A. 1\, he was, the m available of the opposition, :!II'I1III:1;. .. ., about the substitution of'anv other
1 .. t ,. ::1'.., 'I' and that his acclamation
is adopted
nomination :
....,.. ,.,"" ,,.., ..... ..".....;.\.J ... .... ', 4....' ... I ,although: a north originally f &||!& compromise' as a fair oreyen"'coDsery .,
; ,. *voufd inverted Heated That the DensomUe
.': \ 1 r:: .1.. I cm man, exhibit some,shew of respector i1; agent ; we long since, made part<

FOR GOVERNOR sympathy towards: the South (whether real I up our mind, to do as much, as the Baltimore tive and profitable of any in the world. The : and County unqualified here aaaembfed approval, baU'wida the oomlesthas meet '
; ;
'TllDES E. BRUUITIE. or affecteJ) inasmuch as.he has, so far as his' whig platform does ; (after all the party's loud attempt to introduce Chinese labor instead of the recent BaLimore National Demoends
of Africana is like that of importing Hill Cool
capacities go, and by his words endeavoured talking about it "in substance, claiming as lion of FRANKLIN PIERCE of New
; 1\ cs into the Brittmh West Indies which is a and WDUOAK R. Kiao of Alabama
u tb ir'
I >t" I.' ,FOR CONGRESS. to enforce the fugitive slave law ; hence we Sine qua non, that it should be adopted as a failure. dates for President and Vice.Pmtdeat of thf 1 '

I A. E IffAXWELL. saw southern men'of the opposition taking the "finality,") to wit-.'acquiesce in it ; but we States, at the approaching election.

'" 'J I strongest ground for Mr. Fillmore ; raising for can't further bandy words.on the subject i f From the Savannah Repblican of Jrine25th. Eetolted, That in the selection of F&A

'' I FOR ELECTORS. themselves a platform the basis of which was our neighbour dosn't'like our position, we are Gen. scot! In abe Country cea.PIERCE we believe and WIL the National.uX R. Sa Democratic.for those C tdfai

\ WQlr'EEq: JcINTOSII:, of Duial County. Mr. Fillmore{ and nothing but him.-We also dolt, sorry and Ihnt'n as for u ire eon 2(). to.adi Last night's Western mail brought us the have bid dae regard to the debeate sad

i I.tAKAWAYSMITHof Jefferson, "ancied as we do now believe, that be was tbe gratif.; log him in the--matter- =truth*to in following !letter trom ond) of the truest Whigs: relations which exist between ii1ft'ftDtponioai<
Georgian :
I l COE J cbcm. strongest man in that party*-The northern tell don't believe I wide spread country and Influenced by the aitMeiderations
ipar t ;JESSE of ; we he quite likes his era BIRDSVILLE, BURE CO, l which influenced that swmbly tl J D

I .r 'r _- leaders seem to have concluded differently and position i for we bavo i it from an entirely reliable Just 2.&, 1852. { gates from the people ; and ibobv their*nqao
McTxrcsB of the we are now aura that Mr. Fillmore is ability sed fitness to guide the affairs of
ar ilcQuEi' Esq., one pretty source that on a recent occasion, he madean Messrs. Editors:-It gladdened my heart to tab

1 : Democratic candidates for Presidential Elec- not to be the man ; nnd why? Because be. is unqualified declaration' to the effect that he the core to read your manly editorial in this according pledge to ourselves oar Democratic to each other PUUbnnstadwe ,and to the

I tot, 'will'address the citizens of St. Augustine lacking in the. great concomitant, or principles "could not," or 'would not vote for Gen. Scott day's paper, in regard to the' nomination of Democracy to gin to these nominees car w"

} tifcd county on Tuesday evening July 13th. so necessary to all opposition candidates to The feeling which prompted the utterance; Gen. Scott. lie get the Whig vote of Georgia! support and to use every honorable eflm to j
'Tis, dream of If.I born
preposterous was their election.
I wit, silence and availability-no matter what his .
..' we have no question; was heartburn and whet and nurtured under the roof ot Whig parent; I Resolved, That at no period since the days<

; Progress of our Slate* services may nave been to his party or his ly sincere, but the speech WAS,hardly discreetin have gloried in Whig principles-have, been ferson and Jackson hare we had candidates:

! o country, no matter how great may have been one who takes upon himself to suggest an humble soldier in the Whig rankshAvetried for our consideration more worthy our<
A general activity and energy are evidenced his consistency, no matter what may be his to do my duty in fighting under the and support ; nor has there been a time that i
'tit'every' portion of our State. In the interior abilities and his the absence of inconsistency in others, fur he will never be Whig flog. But the lustre of that Bill is gone better hopes of a more sincere and effects!i

J 'ot' East Florida an extensive emigration from capabilities, able to adhere to tbe tone of lofty independence It has been soiled by abolition band!'. Seward those days of purity,and excellence,which the; '
i these principles, will defeat any nomination by be assumes. On tho contrary we( lookto and his followers have taken possession of man were successful,v recognised and earn "
,4 i the Rcljofnlng'tate! has added to the capital:
i the opp,ostllan. I see him: when the drill .sergent with uplifted ot it, and Wbigg who love Georgia cannot follow I our Constitution and laws more I faithful yj
t 1 and productive industry of the country. These do.not ratan, the word fall it in such hands. lean not raise! and fairly administered,
By availability we mean a mans popularity fives submissively my
]:IIoloe4 That coraittif of
; r.mv comers belong principally; to the class of into"the ranks feeble voice nnd arm for Scott no, never! a standing twenty .
I ; growing out of his virtues, bts talents, ; shouting (compromise, or nn ; shall be appointed,ot whom Chainnaaof tham-
I 1 Banters 1l1l of all hail "Fuss.and Feathers." Georgia will not vote for him. Old Burke will
owning gangs negroes accustomcdothe compromise;)
or his services-we mean that be shah not log shall be on*, whose doty it shall! be to adapt
,:::1 { management their own planta- Since penning the above we have, seen the not itive him rive votes. We.await the action measures as may be necemary to carry oat the
::"'i 4 tionsand devoting thcirperional have committed himself to such an extent as Republican of the 1st by which we find, our of the Union Convention soon to assemble. poses of the above reslotions.Remlted '

supervision to to be unable to father,any principle which he neighbor has already backed out from his non- Yours truly, That an official copy of these

't' thAir crops. The best' crops universally may be ailedged to possess-or which maybe Scottism in the face of his contrarious declaration BURKE. be prepared by the Chairman and Secretary and .
{ made by y this class of respectable and ell>e- and proclaims his readiness tompporl! warded to the National Democratic Central Co1"' .
\ views. Thereis
te out
' ricnced.ngri .uJiuristJ. They bring with them no necessary lack ot talented carry party in tho the Seward candidate : but let him spcnk for Culhoim and Webster. tee at Washington.Jtoolted ,t
men .oppo8iti
; the disposition to the himself.. "We hope (says he) the state Convention We find the following tribute toCalhcun'd Thai these proceeilinji:; be pudtbt lt
improve country and to ranks of men of acknowledged genius, profound after deliberation the "Ancient City and that the Democratic "
r \\ ill fully ratify 1: ui.l in the developemont of its resources. They in statesmanship and unsurpassed in these nominations &c. consistent that ; very. Democratic Review fur Mar of i he.jJtate be rtqm-sted to copy the same.During ::1

II ue; : earnest advocates of improvement erect: patriotic devotion to their country but will a.. "The deference paid to Calhoun's probityanil the iiiwencu. of the Cumrfcr o.iolution !'t

chu.chcs; and establish schools looking with candidate be selected on this basis ? we are (CT It there be any who have doubts ns to[ intellect: daring his life time. by politicians i- Ihe meeting*, Mr.nil JlUa31''aAxxcta ad,Irvs-.,,il' u very P &JcEuwd hiJ'P' fit

t great foresight to the education moral and Mr. Webster's in reference great an.! sin-ill* was' pcrli.etlvVuud'r- .
reUnions very mucb inclined to doubt it.- feelings the nomination tul. .!'his serer, "'nicltat gructed'ifu repealJiINfof .
no piratic)
country pnsents to 1'
: of their children. They build better We admit the-talent, the Giant intellect( of Mr. of Gen. Scott : let them read 'the fol- The mighty Carolina always addressed n ma pt applause.six I .

houses pat. up cotton gins and saw mills and Webster and we believe thaUbe-commands the Icwing remark, mado by him to those who unannpimh'M. attentive Senate, ;and the'remotest hamlet t elf Alter hearty cheer,"; for f Pi ncsinte t

..... r.. -....- ..-I I .< -: r"1. .- .rr !.: I ; ii .i.li. >MjWhim from the foirceof his prodigious genius. .HLi ru>Muimis &.J1e *'lint ..dj-.urii..I. "ii". ipti jpvuil)
..c arc Pt> nc.ipa11 y JDdeb1 cS to South Carolina orbl. partrzan; throughout tnV'country-\.or1"J'I.I.J, three his. sleep, in tbe hope to draw from him words uitau me lanairnieurai" q.uesiloii. of the uf-vmiuryTBUliU io.1te. : ,
.;Constitution i ; lirmly ruMitved 11.,t tit hazard it*.
fur this class of emigrants and challenge admiration and his .
r we shall l ;
fourths would ol and
bun approval thin
prefer to other we their doubts will '
any whig ; flu n.h
school will be as stow to + ; uiiy spurt uoiuitv, lit r... urns .
Iass away ns the f f ot t
welcome all who will acd >
come cast their lot
but will Mr. Webster get the nomination t no t I' speedily vanisn.-If he does not pretty unmisfotaLly lowers of the ancient master of men in Atheu*' uat cZCI&&Ions. i; "!'fJ'
Wih us. Their' principles are all firm andurn and why t ho 'acks availability! be is commit present the "cold shoulder'* to them; the son of Rophroniscu*. Since his death, intJvlJry G. HUiIPHUE\S, Cllairwsa 4

< ielding'whether it.be in religion morals or tcd on the southern question by his speechesand .we are faulty interpreters indeed ; of his lan section el the Uotuu,and from all classes Cms. HAAGER. Secretary. :!

politics. by his support of the fugitive slave laws ..- gua e.. / of statesman, his praise has only been mon. Ex'rart front ttu. Pierc. +{vTfh nl

Upon the river St. Johns and its tributaries Mr. Crtttendeu is a gentleman ot Mr. Webster wasten visited. and more emphatic and universal. Very oftellII curd upon hit return tram \IfxicK ;
acknowledgedgenius He had
retired i-ivuluntary i and wmetbsu sit is most star tAnd Condonl, too. well '
ern. t + MW t\
number n-pi
it large of
persons are engaged: i in having been in but opened bit window and said You
; :
public position nearly ling ; of this kind of eulogy the picture of \Ir. the IJrigulc.Orhcrq: \vu+ II-ury .:'nlitwdl,-
lumbering and that noble river is whitened all his life ; in.the Senate of the United States have beeq engaged in the performance of a lien!)., representing the scene In the Senate, ol tho bravi-st and mist duirriiiii >Rtlrces
with the sails of commerce. Towns and coup the great public dut -the selection of a man for on L'oote'II fC80 utlon-when ,Mr. Calhouu the Ar.ie.iiil3iuwdJlt
in Cabinet and abroad, an able and astute the office of President of Ihe United HiatCH. was III nrtnY.1'u+'n: wa: :

try seem thriving; new enterprises are enteredto statesman, yet who is there that believes Mr, It has happened my name was before that con presiding and Mr. Webster addressing him' i, wa shot pluiiij l-h-hUatl this .Vart fat, 4tto '
and is Ihe must remarkable artist meant bii co. Ai hut last breath diywnl, he wtvil i ic .
new channels! are being opened. Our Crittenden will vention. The choice has fallen anutberlprobably I
get tbe nomination f no one upon imniur'alize Mr. Webster<< but he has given; in in --"D.. the boys ay I b<-bkvnlif .nr.f
I climate, health and agricultural advantages and why t Mr. Crittenden is from Kentucky One the best. aid of his pencil to Webster's great antagonist.' I have, wnlo hoi,+s to my pcfijila"( T-

j n re daily attracting and will continue to at- a slave state, ann identified by interest and locality I and practice thing.be he could remained assure them: in principle That fine painting is nothing but the record ihrre was Sergeant P."*% who bud tow tg> .

irnct'numbers to our State. with the South and therefore he lacks in the assemblage would sleep unchanged.better No than man he of Mr. Calhouit's victory over the cottsolidationists. off advancing oleos tm a cau
,Every thing is for the future Would tO/niffht.. Mr. Healylmsappa seized the by three batteries Two amputations, wad
encouraging and in .
availability. the morn_ in._ Ciul__ art! I precise i instant of Vice
---- the Presdea: t'. did
interrogatory. not answer: the were ;"rlaah
5- purport pen
r.r.d we see nothing State Should lingheWould rise with the lark, and
prevent our as. any of these unavailable candidates though and a third wax ditnncd hupulexs* The hi. 1 ,

Burning a position in point of enterprise and be nominated the abolitionists and freesiolers the would lard;not was rise with better songster than himself, be "The whole picture is full Calhoun dominating i. must, it wu thou&Ia."I know better t a1hef

character more agreeable and creditable than would no doubt run,an independent ticket, because the purpling of the more East.jocund He thanked heart to greet them Webster! ; the former reprimanding, the do! ," be sai l. "t.II try niiothienand wbeo '"

her past reputation. The.facilitles of passage they cannot harmonize for,the kind i compliment had him latter accepting a lesson in logic and hiytor y. cut it again I hope they will cut tray IIW .
sympathize It it
or : Is as the Senate "
were a school ronm, and will stay cut. A third h''
are becoming daily improved and a nearer with the and bade them good night amputation was p"
merge supporters of these gentlemen. the master was criticizing tbe declamation of furmed and he lived tnroughiu lltfind the .
acqu' ntatice is gradually correcting ,the ere Hence it is we soy that it is not a difficult ,/ What tbe Savannah MMM MH MMMMMM Republican WMB HMM and M V other one of the boys. Tne air is the same, principal others named werv printers. In the nc" I M! *.

oneous and absurd notions with regard to the guess to predict who is to be the candidate 'Gcorgu Whig papers think of the nominationof figures( the arms, and sitting in the s me les, the printers exceed by twenty per tray tit .. i
country engendered and disscmatcd by the foisted on the relation: There the memorable form and of any other eicatiorK and art acdnutt oftbif > ,
great whig party ; Mr. Fillmor, Gen. Scott : countenance of the then Vica President .
of ,thrown Ulligencc aitd high barn iceJ the tart
leoghty struggle raw recruits and i inexperienced it is said xpuitthey p < ;
cannot carry New York nor Ohio b6- Our neighbor tho toward in an attitude of evident '
(says Savannah Georgian superiority towards efficient soldier in the field.Important :.
troops rgainst a wily and active Ic- cause Wm. II. Seward controls the whig party I in speaking ot the Republican) letter from the the Senator Cram Massachusets, as it to

t j tan foe. The old battle grouuds me now in those states and'he is the apostle of free nomination of the Whig Convention oulrgkt. tell him: of a fault he was committing in his exercise Tne N. Y. Herald is item indebted Cayeuae, to it b*t Nvh
laughed fields and the .tassel the Soil "He says of Webster and Fillmore, we could and the latter positively recoils like n ris
of' ism
: / green throughout North, he is the/great have school with E.q., tae American Consul at P.rs, for a
,supported either : boy, one bund in his
Maize is in of these men with no breai: and the torn
now seen Ul&place '
place of the of u Paraento
plumes and 1 copy published af
/ cmbodyment of thin higher law less pride than pleasure. But Gen. Scott is the other resting upon the'table fur supporl. .

/ the warriors'' A few years and a dense popu principles, and be brings Gen. Scott IfJ ward, very different person. He has'played the part a There is not a sign of even antagonism III SI r.. terrible, of sea the tight 6th ,ut.!which It contains lasted sit a"tf'port"hour, 0 tec 1
lation will'eover'the' Indian hunting groundsand the of a silent candidate-and we hate Webster; be is being lectured by a
oste'Deiblyaf candidate of the whig!! party had superior, ween three vessels! supposed to bate bee '.
the Indian war will be a legend of thedjlLlO" but intruth and in fuel enough of silent candidates. Nay more-he and. takes it as be ought. Indeed, the highest French transport It that
on account of the uni ship* was thought
:1 has been kept before the tribute he deserved in all that :
part. of people for months unexampled dii j- the exiles on board of them had revolted 1'Ja
ty feeling between them on thW subject with a bate was the 3 I
and padlock upon his lips, and his priti r one afterwards. paid him by Mr Born Pararnsa
on the grounds of his ay a: '
Gen. Sco availability. pies in ,Mr. 8eward's breeches Calhoun, and which the ensemble of the ;
Too well does Seward & pocket. As pictureverifies On tOt 3.1 of May a fwherroan of Villa_u*. :
recollect that such it is needless to as true the
that as
say neither moment by.llr.
Labor. we noIhe 'I
Negro Gen. Harrison VIQIe couiinu (rum the Like Auutu. arnteL
was Co2 bis militair .Whigs of Georgia can vote for him. }Heal: it was these worda:'Atn1I event Wen_ :
:".The: great demand and high price paid. for achievements, with his lips -as to prin .r .* -. .- star is not a contemptible anraroni.fio"r in our city,and related au interesting evc4tt !

labor at the present time indicate a highly ciple* ; that be was taken o/trust" al to what The editor of the ,Messenger snya-"\Vo well enough, acquainted with logic to know from which ihe wants to be confirmed.', la going Hit .
he would do and the eclat t river Ain ," the 2&1 of
on of view the pn fin April
what when
in his nomination of Gen he .is beaten. But
Scott the need
a* tri or
in all of
prosperous activity departments !
productive following the aide
military career be had done. But they have umph of the enemies of the South, and it of the fame of the illustrious dead be ot he shores to Cayenne ta
now ; took
industry. Within the last three years forgotten! his subsequent/course and the tin.pression remains or our political friends In the State care of that unconsciously while for saw a large vessrl sailing very -af'tfie shoNe .
to living
the wages of able bodied negroes has ,risen left thereby. take such course as will best conserve tbe blazing the way of the Democracy in At the sumo time he remarked two other larf

, ftom eivht dollars per mouth to fifteen dollars. that Too the well availability do Messrs.of/Gen.Seward & Co. recollect great interests of our section." the wilderness' of doctrln all his life, he through len his ships rapidity.which aoproached the. drat one with Brest

month. Taylor was labia The'Augusta Sentinel concludes a string of indelible mark on every tree of the fonsl
per. never having uttered i political sentiment and objections, with the following somewhat pass away but with civilization." : to Soon the wo vessels bean to fire at tie
This is owing probably part to the extent with the'.pn.'Slige otynis recent victories, they declaration-"tot these emphatic first ship, whi'-h responded to thw. It.

.i a of labor required to supply the numerous lum brought him before our grateful countrymen I not support,Gen. Scott." reasons ace toils Stroke of the Sun. about midday when the battle cotaneqcnoV

establishments which have gone into who looking thro gh the false magnifycrs al I It adds: "This position is to u? one by Persons whose adv ocatfons necessarily expose and it continued till 6 o'clock in the eyeui t,:

operation on tbe St. Johns river and the hands ready prepared fbr them by the cunning chew means congenial to; our tastes, we always no them the suncannot be too careful of them- when the two.ship look pu *'6s4iun of the first.
men, saw qualities which never existed, and greatly prefer to enter the field in selves. It is very evident that all men cannot This is all that wan rej* r ed to us by lae.-
required to ,man diem.', tbe absence o /which they never discovered bold an open and umbrella fishermen, who could
di .-
I fight for him who has been selected carry ; and perhaps there be jiot over tbe colon
Some of the largest of these establishments until it was too late to retract ; Messrs. See : the standard bearer of ,our principles but as some value in a suggestion{ which has may been of tbe flags of these vrssoUj Tno e'oDt.tal.

employ twen.tr five laborers in the mill alone, waid & Co. have also forgotten tbe subsequent General Scott our objections paramount; to communicated to the editor of tbe Alexandria been interpreted in different ways; the oce ,f

and cut up CO to 70 I, logs per day, to supply course of and Gen. Taylor and the impressions left any considerations of mere party fealty." to (Yu.) Gazette. The writer says="In conversa which appears be the root, probable io thO'
finding this
which would ; great bobby "Gun lion with the lady of one of our, Commodore following : t .
require the constant labor oft powder popularity" so successful with tbe who has The place where the '
Posmo or MESSES. lately been stationed Jim ship was ..een, ;"
rat Peosacola
r'tty-five more besides mules, oxen, &c. American people, they insist on bringing before -As much interest is felt TooDs in AID STKPHMS. i where the officers and men were much the same taken by all vessels silo, towajrcs..

Sitd planting )n our State continue as this people as a candidate for the Presj* lion of thaw gentleman re/ard to the posi to'tbe heat of a tropical sun, she told exposed me that Cayenne. It III' thea belteve that these.trw .

i on party than .availability as state pleasure to by wearing high crowned hats Cayenne; hat tho first ship was in a very
there in
a.so increase, will be a scarcity of already defined with upon authority from-themselves the inside.
; the
illustration that wtak
of of which situaUon ,
DO they II ; that the revoltedon
they are opposed to his placed m quantity of .\ transported
raw wet cotton
labor it apprehended which will other talents than bit nomination. They Are board
necessarily capabilities as a military which on

in favor of the completely warded off the approaching the hero+; that the ,
attract the owners of slaves from other States chieftain. Gen. Scott is a native of Virginia, Convention, already reassembling called of the Union beat. At this season,, when be hear intense I captains of ihe other two vessels seem?, rlWL

Slnvf I labor is bold now Virginia and Mar claim hence him by sealing his lips, his friends will Its det"i.ion. lfvv !understand, and that will abide by I deaths caused ,by cou,1-Jl.IOleil-would daily it not be of,' along distance, thai ,nm..fj&I;Tiia YIOY-

Jaudaffrom seven to"right( 'dollars as Southern man,when and where position or Jenkins such is the j wen to recommendour! omnibus ferried, suspected sometliiug wring.bad occor
per month such 01'0. I ,drivers, |
a mmunition be +' &rannaA
;[i -M(I. '1' ti.I ,ti. I > .' ,' may, useful ; but 'in the ..Sib i1Ul. Repuhlican -I all mec antes and laborers; wb ,are su reel; they approaehed'nearer, when taeysaV:

1\\ i i r : xposcdto try the experiment." IUd'l what was passing; Vutf ascertained it *! as t

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a GaAYKor TEXcrnot*OT I The Bait Flower. ... PKO A'J'}; OFFICE;, dt.Johns County t ,' ., It I A t
Uvwtcton w -
Tiapw.LIArroa or zruroacciA corny The sunflower is destined to be one of the rune,.251852. S YlVrtueof- the power vested oale.ia me by law I STATE OP FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT

...... oto niDiHowQ'.ZferwcrcA who has f jatest agricultural products yet but fewknow !'IAGI 'RATE ELECTION.N shall expose for sale before the Cowt Home EASTERN CIRCUIUT. ST. JOINSCOUNTY.

' meaty TiaUed Komicello, the resldecco of I I its value.I hive raised and tested itand & ELECTION herefayxmlerfd two'Jus-. door at Mellonville on the first Monday Jgjy next .
ttI Jdfersea,Ifcirt denribes It : think ho farmer who has much land should be L tice of the Peace" to fill vacancies extaing the following described tracts of bad or so much Penelope M. R. 8111Uft. ;

* ti.'JMt r interior tithe bouse, Is just as Jcffer- whithoulit to feed.'various animals and the I lib Magistrate District No. 1 of St. Johns County thereof- u wm par the taxes due thereon the State. N CCllDpc.1 J? Cstxctstr,
*> ''tea left it except the furniture' which ie all oil it produces. It has yielded with me from Id Election will be held it the rascal place of ,hole. of Florida and County of Orange to wit Morton CoraiaJa&eiher: Bill rot Divorce.

If* .-. save toro paintings, mirrors,etc. The 90 to 100 bushels per: acre, manured the samu ding County Election, in 8t. Augustine on Sstnr- Nine Tenths of 41,000 acres of lead granted to f t appcaH&ff to the satisfaction,of die Coart

1.I. hoUle. both qetsula and inside, bears all tboew..ace as fur the coca i plant jn drills, between day the Oth of July. The poll to be opened at 9A. Joseph JXespia, opposite Morrata Island, Indian JL by affidivit filed m this ease, Out MortoajCornfch --

ot neglect sod decay, but it Uill' retains three and four feet apart,and scatter the seed M. and close at 5 1'. M. Hirer,doubted taxed from the year 1845. to and in-' Stunner. the Defendant above named,resides
all Its flit i proportions, and venerable( about six inches distant ta rows-using from Inspectors, Ignacio Lopes, John C. Canova, Fred cludtog 1851* yond the Limits of the State of Florida so that tit*

oiUfeM gray and by time andDeflect four to fire quarts per f ere. C.. I.Outphreys. Unless taxes and expense are paid before day ot ordinary Drocess of Law cannot be served apes .... .
grown mossy
.G. HUMPHREYS.Judge of Probate. "le- J. S 3IPSON, SheriA' '.nd Therefore,on Motion of MeQaeea Mclatoah
ud rather than When ripe, as the large neads begin.to shell ; Esq.
porbajif Js, otherwise, St. June jan. 3d 1852 Solicitor for the '
Augustine, 26tb Complainant
out 1 cut it and leave it scattered 1852. Tax Collector o c. it ia ordered that notice -
to dry
l,1 to up,
to w prance, ft ctraoger. of the pendency of this
nit be
the said
given, to
Anffcfee veaeratila tree growlnf around in rows,and when throughly cured, chew it Tax Coll< aspen Station Cornish
tanwa kteduf' mel Gnholoyer every thing, into my barn, handling carefully) and placing Y virtue of the power vested in me by law I An, Ordinance to explain certain parts of nit Ore ia "The Ancient, City" Public Scunner,by pabUeatkm
on wanted the seed will __ shall expose for sale before tip Court loose dinanct frohtinting Hone anf Celt from Newspaper pebbsb-
to whisper and aJrl8CA1'0lda.When go- ed ia the of 8t.
ear City
(ha! teami your point Aagastiae.ia the and
shell down and ]a the city of St. Augustine oa the first Monday of ing forge tcithin Ike City of St. County
aU Aputine.
you about three buodred yards"down in the nearly out b/ throwing October the Circuit aforesaid, for the apace of three month, re*
st- .. needs builiule pounding. Clean a common next following described property or so Be it Ordained the end him the said J
crook. to tat grave of ham who planted them ,ia much thereof u will the State and ly Mayor AUenxn of quiring Defendant to appear aad answerthe
-to the Bumblbft grave ia appearance that fanning mill. and the pay doe county taxes the Ctty of ft. Avgutine, That the Ordinance said Bill, or the same and the matters aad things .
One hundred of the seed yields 40 necessary expenses to wit prohibiting horses and from .. therein alleged will be taken
! ever held the ashes of human greatness. 1 pounds 40S, acres being six of of cattle going t large u Confessed: "
.'e" Bsado a sketch over it. .' pounds: ot oil ; one bushel will utake a gallon to Ynes Gomez; parts a tract -land assessed withia.the city of St. Augustine, t* so construed u And U is further ordered, flut a hearing be had la \

" "1 enclose you ft little flower from a branchof of oil. I had a part ot my sued made Into oil Johns River being in Township lying oa 6 or Sooth Bear Rang the St.37 to subject sorb hones and Cattle on..y within,,hereafter this Case, at the next Jane Term of Paid Court to

vises. lAid to have been Jefferson at a common oil mill and used .tt fur turning Id East Section 10 of private described boundary to a fine,that are found& be holden ia and for SU Jchns County aforesaid, st
!i himself planted by lamps and tested at well for painting. Our house consisting*of 83 is turned surveys one seventh part large within the City viz: Within the City Gates the Court House, ia the said City ofijt.: Ancustiae.Givea ;
; beneath the window of the acres by Philip Gomez
South, and the lot of the U.S. St. Francis Barracks aDder my bud:at Cfiambers this 4th day
has been and it wears Doable
painted a longtime : taxed and advertised
room in which died; they spread all over for non payment of North }
,and within any part of the river oa the Eastside February, A. D. 1859.TIIOMAS .
fully equal to those were. linseed has been taxes for re&n,18M and '51.
0* sfcjt of the house. Also assessed for to any part of the Western shore of Maria DOUGLAS Judge, &0.
used and the walls left as 1852
are more glossy as"Additional List.
.. Sanchez Creek of said A from
true the order.
r.- City.
copy original -
,j ZJfe elms .dUo. though a butte Tarnish had been applied. sale.Unless taxes, and expenses' are paid before day of Passed In Council Mar 17. 1852. 'P.B. DUMAS.Clerk,c, c. ST. toxxt. ca. .
The editor of a jasper pubiiftbea B( Canton The oil cake is near equal to anTi other- EMANUEL J. D* MEDIGE3. FeII. th.l8S2
end there is nothing better to feed hens in he R. CANOVA SSerlff anjJ ex-off Pro Taw .
logy ,
.dtJeiai'., iho wing. dwcrjpiioa of his ,' Mayor ,
winter than sun flower seed;they'did not knew .rax'AIaesso5 aod'Col"JO ', a. t. o Attest 4 -. ,

Ulr..pite and I published a newspaper in what it was at first, but by mixing it with oats July,3J,1859.. C.... Run, Clerk of the Conncii. .

I8HJ among the Miami In U.n.ln the State ofOdiiea they gradually grew fond of,it, and produced Tax Collector Sale.BY Notice .....

. I U was a great partnership that. We eggs food. more The seed abundantly is well known than usual to be on good other for virtue of the power vested in me by law I ahal hereby given to all creditor aDd all parties concerned ,.. .
subscriber who 1
" bad two advance paying *, one horses, and it is well worth 60 cents a. bushelto e for sale before the Court House in the or any way interested ia the Estate of
his subscription in beans, the other city of St. Augustine the ht
liquidated on Monday of January Joseph W. Miles late of Putnam county deceased
the farmer- I they will'teat .this mat
In saw logs. Godfrey the chieftook five paper fur hope will findit :1853, the following described property, or so much that on the ezpiradeD of six months from the date NBW YORK t ,1"r .
ter themselvesand
*end could .not read a word. Our paper am, sure they thereof as will pay the State and county taxes and the hereof I shall apply ro the Court of Probate for the .{. :
was called then Pam Forrester," and being profitable. to raise their own oil, cf.,as I have necessary expenses due thereon. county of Putnam aforesaid for a final settlement of NEW AXD ... : '

printed in the woods that title was appropri i dune. 6605 e.:res third rate land assessed to Francis my accounts with said Estate: and a discharge u Administrator ORLEANSEXPRESM.

ate. The town of Peru had a number of ma*. H. C. ADO ATE.-[Rural fists YorLADIES' J. Avice being the Buena Vista tract, and lying in thereof ... .. ,1

for its streets, such as Pearl, sections 48 and 49, township 9 south range 27 east. BENJAMIN CHAPMAN, Admr N ;
niflceut names
PISTOLS. of fire 'm-;;; \
A sort '
new arms "
Double taxed and adrertised '
which streets exhibited the for non payment of tax* May 29d, 1859. I / ( f /
Brw.d.ay,4r.c., of called ladies' pistols have made their ,appearance es for J8I1.48,'49. '50, and '51. Also assessed 16,18 do 19 st. New-York. 4- '.( '
animating and bustHn? spectacle stumps l in Cincinnati. Small and 'beautiful! .< Additional List" for 1852. 1I otlce.SIS .3'1 'MaID Hartford (,'1. ; .. 4,
and tires as nigh as a man's head. j weeks after date I will apply to the judge ...:. \ .'
which in that I made, very pretty instruments for a lady'sdelicate Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of fi f State .t.,i\VDII/ NowHaren.Ct.BaiUmore. t 1
The stirring evenjs transpired hands-it she don't shoot. They look ale. Probate of Putnam County for letters of Administration I6'J lJaltlmo .
demanded a couple of chronicler on the Estate Feribee late It., ._. .
city imperiously and feel) R. B. CANOVA of Thigpen;
much better should in SherifF.and
I we suppose, a extofficio; Pennsylvania Av. Washington. .
*. and Pike and 1 were at hand Jo discharge satin palm, than would their contents in a Tax Assessor and Collector. of Putnam County,deceased. LUKS 7 Fourteenth st., Richmond Va. .; '
Pike JOHNS ,
function. wrote June -
this important poetry. 26,18 2.
cloth-covered body. The Cincinnati Ccmmer-
iTAl' Pilatka 15th 84 Washington st. Bosit n.
*' ) dipconsiderably into Slate politics and May 1852OTICE.All 'J
cial suggests as a name for these no.el instru 72 Camp ., New Orleans. .
Collators Sale i
discussed in a very learnedmannerevery question i
interact to the few settlers and )Indians. meats, Lou WOBTEZ popguns. BY.virtue of the power vested in me by law J \\ : persons having claims against POUt SALE. .

Beside>* being an editor and printer, he kept 1 I A Merry Youth. for sale before the Court House in .1.. the Estate .)( Antonia Mederis late of St. AT R. COULTER& COM I a'

the Broadway Uutel-fWas a post-iturswr, justice I Last week the Hwamacot Durctis Sewing the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday of John? County deceased either aa creditors heirs legatees f:STORE by the Subscriber, I :'

of the ,land agent pettifogger,canal Society, held their annual meeting, and on January, 1853, the following described jropeityor or otherwise are hereby notified to present the I and now landing from the sehr. I :1

contractor,peace merchant, overseer ot ibo poor, motion it was resolved: That our parson wait so much thereof as will pay the State aD same, whhiD'the lime prescribe\ by law, or they will Mary Isabella, from Baltimore '
waiter, bad been a schoolmaster, and a day on Tonv Jones and see if nothing can be doneto taxes and necessary expenses due thoreon. .for ever barred.EMANUEL 2,800 bushels of Baltimore White Corn,
One Town Lot in the pity of St. J. De MEDECIS.
Angosttne 1,700 bushels White
twice widower, was brought correct the manners ot Tony. The next I ow- Oats "
aborer was up S.
air unknown situated Marine JUAN PACETTY. /SO I
on street bales of .
a Quaker, anb the laid time 1 saw him he was day the parson waited 6n Tcnr senior, and informed I I. lot of A. W. Swiuney and leading therefrom adjojning direct St. Augustine, 8th May 1852. 8wks 30 bbls Howard Hay,st. Flour, 'i- .

a preltcbea had married a third wile, and was him respecting-Ibe object of his,visit.-- I ly south to lot of Francis P. tianchez returned by SO kegs superior Butter \.. ,
au auctioneer, and what more 1 know not. Tony listened patiently and then replied 11'eterllenet.I Double taxed and advertised for 15 No. 1 Lard ,.' t '
'Parson I'd let mcetio' el;1 only I I
Tony go to of taxes for years 1849 '50,and'51. Also 8L' 5 bbbt Apple, \ ,
A VauaTJI.-Tho Buffalo Advertiser know'd was a goin' to but, for be for the ,I" I
says you preach; parson assessed 1852 a*"additional list. W paid apprehension and conviction SO boxes assorted ,_ ,
tliat there is present residing in the town ot that aren't a boy in the city of awumscot: .I Unless taxes an l expenses are paid before day of of the person who entered the premisesof 4 bbls Pilot / ., i"'" i

Ikrtie, in Canada, a l..w miles below Water what's got more manners than my Tony, and I sale, Mrs. Dr. Anderson on .Snnday night last and 10 Mercer &cnct' f d \t..

loo, a man named Silas Carter whu was forimrly can convince you ut thai in just a minit; You i R. B. CANOVA sheriff and ex-off. killed or enticed away the watch DOG 5 kegs Butter > \, '

a coachman in the employ ot Gen. see Tony out there skinnm them are niffers?' Tux Assessor and Collector. a.t. c \( St. Augustine, June 12th 1852. 10 boxes Raisins, ....., l

Washington. His age is 9B year, and he is The parson nodded u .ent. !2 bbls Onions, ,
iti the perfect enjoyment ot his health and all I flow see I'll call.*' And raising his voice to Tax Collectors sale V T Charleston and Florida Llue. 70 11* Candies |

bis luculiies. Ha settled in Canada in the the Highest pitch,he shouted B'virtue of the power vested in me by law I 1 case Clocks,assorted, "
since and for sale before the Court House TilE SPLENDID NEW PACKET 60 bags of Wheat Bran I
1800, bus been residing ever Tony. m the city of St. Augustine on the first of STEAMRj; ,
vifits this He was here a The and loud-1 1Sir. Monday 1 case Pickles, assorted -
occasionally city. response was quick: cqnally Jan. 1853, the following described FLORIDA
lew du>s mace, selling a load of oats, and w slo I .' i I l much thereof u will pay the State and property County or tax so 9 4 dozen" jars" Preserves I
as halo and hearty as the 'Don't hear that !' said the old and L. M. COXETTER, MASTER. Syrup
uli uj"j ewrunce I you parson es the necessary expenses due thereon. At wholesale and retail.A .
UM ur us. llis mind it well stored with anecdjrmuJHtscyoce man. Dun't you call that'manners?* I 500 acres third rate land assessed.jto the..heirs of 'IS NQVV rnaning regularly share of pnplic patronage- respectfully so.

.some of w hie by may |I I "Thalia all very well; said the parson, 'AS Sebastian E.pihon, above the,head of North River pa the Line bet teD liel* JAMES R. HAN HAM.

.u!(' dale to laid beturo t-ur judders.Southern far oj It goes.' !I lying partly ia :.*.aloa --45/iowMlup; S.. 'IL Charleston Sannah and' aaeksonviHeJ/archl3,18 9. if. 14-
l.'n. What do you mean by as itB oest' That .range 39 vast,and section 39, township 4sourhrange tl e"8t..1 ',Klver. 7 Tax
i Ii 1 I boy, sir, alwlt1 speaks respectfully tome '' 291 eut. Double taxed and advertised for non The following schedule has been adopted, which Collators Sale.BY t
CH IKIU -Tho titi-amer Lewis Whitcmannirivrd ,I I when I call him;* and raising his voice ho went of taxes for 1850aod 1851. Also assessed for shows the hours of arrivals dud departures from the virtue of the power vested in me by law,I

ul Cincinnati on the J3ih iust. from again called'Tony 1852 u per "additional luU; various ports : / expose for Ale before the Court House i
with about four hundred emigrant 1' Uule taxes and expenses are paid before day qf Leaves Charleston every Tuesday, at 19 o'clock, x. door at Mellonville on the first Monday of July '
Or"u- .
considerable I The 'Sir loud and sale Leaves Savannah every Wednesday fj r.M. next, the following described tract of Ian or so I
bourd There was was equally
: uti response Leaves Jacksonville Thursday 10 mach thereof u will \
Four R. B CAXOVA Sheriff Qn ex-off. every at .a.X. pay taxes due theqdon the
MI'Kuif'III''ltd! ten deaths from cholera. prompt. Attain the.old man called Tax Assessor and Collector Leavos Picolata every Thursday, at 3 / r.x.RETCLfIIto State of Florida snji County of Orange fortree.year ,
((4 i uiis,, in a dyintf condition, were put ashore 'Tony 1' June s. J. c. 185.1, to wit:
I I 26 1852. ,
in quarantine. Zoo Maysvillo Eutjle uf the .The boy dropped a half-dressed fish' and V63 acres of land Keing part of s grant of 4000

12iJi iu. ., eats that the deaths by cnolera, in shaking his fist at his sire, yelled out : Tax Collector 8al<<. Leaves Pilatka, every Friday at 7 o'clock A. x. acres assessed to Domingo Acosts, in section 38, "
UM pluco, during the wvek ending on that day Foil miserable black old drunken snob ; V Leaves PIcolsta 10 / It township 90, aBJge 34 and 35 near Flowndsr Creek :
.aL. 3:1. The disease has.now disappeared. coins there in two minuUt, and maul you like lla. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Leaves Jacksonville every Friday at 3 / ?.u. Indian River. t
sec ? expose for sale before the Court House in Leaves Savannah: Saturday,at//9 M AX. J. SUVPSON: &erlJl'aad. Tar Collector c. t.

Blind what yon Say The parson urns astonished the old man was the city of dt. Augustine, on the first Monday of The FIAKIDA has been built under the special ftpealntfndence'oCapt. an 3d 1859
January, 1853, the following described .
well avoid disconcerted for moment but instantly re property or Coxetter and her speed and Tax Collector
It U niways to saying every a so much thereof as will pay the State and gale.
Iliiiii thai is improper. But It is especially' sob : covering himself he tapped( the parson on. the taxes and the necessary: expenses due thereon.county Accommodations for Passengers are aisorpassed by BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I
And here as well !. shoulder any boat ever placed on the St. John's. Freightand expose for ,sale before the Court Horse
lure children. parents, as saying : 182 acres third rate land on Mantanzas rfvrr, assessed low
oUitrs, are bitten in fault. Children have as 'You see parson my boy has got grit as wellas to S.Cheves,lying partly in section 50, township her information passage as can as be by obtained any other line. Any 'fur. door at Afelkmville the first Moaday of July
many ear as grown persons, Iliad the areKtnu'ruily manner.. The chap will be au ornamentto 6 youth range 30 east, and partly in section 48, of the undersigned Agents. /applying to next, the following described tract .f land or .*
is said I bit ot these days.. township 9 south 30 ter ranch thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the
: more attentive to what your society one range east. Double taxed and J. W. CALDWELL/ Charleston.
lore th'm. What they bear lacy are very apt f need riot add thai the parson Incontinently advertised for non payment of taxes for yean 1848, E. W. BUKER. Savinnab.BELLECUAS3EE State of Florida ]indCounty of Orange doubled' tax
'49 '50 and 1851. Also ed from the year 1845 to sod including: 1851, to
tu rrjHJKi, and as they have not discreatioii mizzled. assessed for 1652. u per St FINEGAN '
wit :
md knowlodgu ot. the world enough to disputiw Farmer additional List"lor 1852. / Jacksonville. : Theresa ia .
i 6480 Rodrignes
acres ,
tan\'thing,it U generally fbund that cluldrrn Adam was a farmer while in Paradise, and) sale Unless taxes. and expenses are paid before day of R. R. REID, Pilat r a. i section 37, ,township 19. range 98. J

and luols spjak( tuc trutli. Sea that little ttflrr his lull was commanded to earn his bread R. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex officioTax April 10, 1852. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before the ,

toy's U)u. gluten wbilu you are speaking of by the sweat of his brow. Assessor and Collector s. '. c* I day of sale. J. blMPSON, Sheriff aad 1
u neighbor, iu you would nut wish to have roe Job the honest, upright, and patient", was n Jane 20,1852. FORWARD &/TOWLE ja a 3d 859. Tax Collector o.c.TxIIE I

l'"i'{ fed, lie dues not lulls understand what (furinerand his stern ndurance bus passed in. -' WOK D AS 1 T PAS -'Et.. : I
)uu menu, but he Mill reincmucr every word; lo a proverb. Tax Collector1 Sale. I

and it will buHlruutce if bo dune uut cause yuu Socrates: was a farmer. and yet wedded_ to virtue{ of the power vested in me,by law IN CHA. CERY. MORRIS' dt WILWS'S. I

tu blue h by its repetttiun. his culling the glory ul bit iuunortal philosocmcinnutus BY expose for sale before the Court "House I 1B. DOME. JOVUAL FUR 1859. .
A putlemtin was in the habit rolling( at aneihtiu's phy in the city ot du: Augustine, on the first blond of FLOItlD A. A FAJJILYNEWM'.APBll. 1 I II11BLlSU1V

| bou.e,and the lady bud iilwiiys txpnKwd was a :farmer, and one of the January 1853 the following described propey or \VM. A. FORWARD/ I SIMON TOWLE. WEEKLY AT TWOJXJLLASS A Tara

to him great pleasure from his calls. noblest Romans. tIC) mucb'thereoha will pay the State and co rtyfor Late of St. Aupetin / East. Florida. '

Dee day, Jut alter she had exprcKai-d to him, Burns was a farmer, and the Muse found taxes and the necessary exile Din due thereon. TBS Tsai nuxBxa 0..zw'sxsixs WILL ssISSOXO

k,1 usual, her happiness hum his visit, her litUo him ut his plough, and filled his soul with ,pottry. 9632 seres third rate land, assessed to SantosI FROM .J JACKSONVILLE OX THE Alai 07 JANVASV' JTZXT.

'toy entered tilt rot'm. The geittieman! took Roariguezbeing near Dun's Lake,and lying in section For Enterprise and Mellonville-, t

him wi his knee and u/kint, Washington was farmer, and retired from 45, township 12 south, range 28 east. Duo ble Tat Home Journal, has now become universal. \

i'A Are you not glad to ce ana Georges ibe bigbaKl earthly station, to enjoy the quiet taxed and advertised for non payment of taxes for LEAVES ON YS.THE There are few familess of cultivated habits-(few of I
..Muslr the buy. world the year 1851. Also assessed for 1852 u per"Addi SAAAH SPALDING having those who seek to enliven and make home the most
repUL'd uf rural life, and presents to tho a spec- .. who do noir
tional List. intilligent and attractive place not
nut replnnl the buy.Vljy newly fitted will resume her regular
Why up
., not,mll litte: maul1 lie continued. tuclu ot, human greatness. Ui.less taxes and expenses are paid before day of trips for the above laces on Wednesday, the 14tb receive it. It is read we believe wherever run th e '
and moral
'BvcnuBO mother don't J wrens you to comewWf / A youngster ,some where down Cast watt ale 1;. B. CANOVABheriffaad ex officio fast, tenet lug at All the intermediate landings,aDd I gold refinement threads which of domestic are weveo happiness so thickly true into UM

George, fined twCol..l1vo.dullarl for kissing a ,aunaeIud" Tax Aaaeuor aDd Collectors.*. e. will continue punctually to leave every with Wednesday the U.8.. stronger and coarser web of our coautrys! industry.
UnSct-ii! bow do you know that George in the struct.: ,A dear kiss i that.--&. June 6.1652. moralPg Mail st 9o'clock sad,from connecting Savannah. For freight sod energetic prosperity. The Home Journal is the

litre the mother was crimson, end lookeddaggers chtni't.. Paptr.. at amen W board to speaker to the hearts of this busy nation hi the hours ,
or'passage, apply on or
at the little sun. But he was nothing, Tax Collector1 Sale. engagement FERNA EZ, B1SBEE & Co., Agents. given to happiness aad relaxation I

and theft-fore rrpliftSBecause virtue of the power vested in me by law I.ban .1 Jan. 10 IB J. h A* s Nm Ytff'f PrtttHt frtm a G*.tltmi. u 1-
,' she said, yesterday,that she wish. By expose for sale before tbrConrt House in 9 Lady, the Home Journal is one ot which the rissmorinuv -

cd thai old bore would net call here again. Oa the' lit inunt, by the Rev. Mr. Sheridan, the city of St. Augustine on the fiat Monday fa TO L&RGE PLAWTEH9.Taloabla it ris* tfft" week,aDd it is unsorpssaed -

That vat enup h. The, gentleman' hat Mr. EDWAM J. JOHKSOS' of Jacksonville Fla., toMias October, 1852,,the following described property,'or i I as a gift ia good taste I l j
"as stow requisition, and hu left, with the VitouuA' A. only daughter of Andreas Papy, so much thereof u will pay the State and county I Tracts of Land for Sale.THE I T4axs.-For one copy,99 ; for :oree copies f S
doe thereon. < abscriber u Agent of the Iftral'onen for fur three $5-always :a ad-
that U truth, and will prevail of ibis taxes and the necessary expenses ) or one copy years
Impression great Esq. City.
I 130 acres third rate land assessed to C. and G. 'e for sale some of the most valuable landsin vance. Subscribers withontdclay. Address I
East Florida, to wit MORRIS & WILLIS. '
in the the one half of one tract, the whole ;
sharply Clarke being
child looking OUITU.t1RY
Another little Clarke 800 acres valuable hammock land West of FlemIngten Editors, 107. Falloa street N -"t"rt'l
C. and G. ,
face ot a victior, and being asked what she DIED-Oa the 7th ultimo,ia Dewitt County rt.r.! tract was orginaily returned granted Mr.to Jacob Mickler south ,known u the Gibbs Lands ia Marion Co., _
other half is by
the I
it SANCHEZ a native of this city, aged the Alachna Savanna known U Nolb.
tnciiBt by rtplird. .*, EML. H. Moses creek being in section: 1100 acres near ,
of bounding
whether bad a drop iu otlcc to hereby given,that six weeks after dai ,
wanted to see you Z8 SetiM t*petct. taxed the Garty Grant. ,
baud mother bad frequently yam 46, township 8 south, range 30 east. Double 1400/ in San Felasco Hammock near New N I will t pP13'County to the Judge)of Probate of St.Jonas .
1 say you acres
your for
eye; ..rT and advertised for non payment of taxes yean of Administration the Eststo j
: COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, tI aansviue, known aa the Lawton Lands. I ; for Letters OB .
COUNTY Also assessed for 052.' as
A buy once asked one of his fathers guests i I Bt.Johns County, 3d July;,1853. S additional 184950. and'61.list. per Several thousand.acres good and in the 'Arre- of Nicolas tiaaches a minor late of said County oVceased. !

when. be 'of the County Commissioners.of Bond*Grant. I
him ana MEETING
wttolivcd next door ; Alsft
fool Aia COWlI "il1 be held at their ofue5t 7050 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Aa- MAURICE bANCHEfl.. .1
not a loans '
if be was .
heard his name he 'be Tuudar the Cilli instant at 10 150 acres land being one half of a 300 acre tract (neknown u the Below Plantation having 800 St. Augustine June,26th 1859. .
No, my 1 1Is itUe friend, replied the jtuesi St. Au? e, OD originally granted to C- and G.Clarke the other 150 of land suitable fore'and *UO.. I i

nut a fool, but ft very sensible man. But A. A1. By order.Co zyLSTRA Secretary ,Board' acres fa returned by C. Mier,all of which situated ae And several open other bodies of hammock land on TO LET.. .1 i 1

whr'did'you ask that question 1'. of County Coainiatonrn.lVoliee. on Msntanzas river, being section 37. township 9 navigable waters. dwelling Hoase aDd Kitchen en a lot eonialeing

'fIk,c'* replied the boy, 'mother said, the south range 30 east. Double taxed and advertisedfor //The titles are undoubted, and terms low-.Apply A two urea of groaad,will be leased for the term

other day that you were next door to a tool .. non payment of taxes for yean 1849.'60&Dd '61. tb. GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. of twelve ycanWTbe premises ale sitaaud oa tie- "j

1 l..dJ wanted to know who lived next door tu II bereb &even that sty web after date Abe assessed for 1652.as per additional list. I Feb 28. 1852 St. Avghistbs*,Florida.8chr. west side 01 the.river 8u Sebastian, sad knewa. aa

*-OJire Breath. d !'aJ" ollce'I win awl to abe 1I0a.Judge of Probate of St.Jollal' Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of Butler Mra.Hanbanta place, adjoining lot of Col. fIll ph..
you 1' Florida now discharging .
for litters 01 Admiuwtratioa OD sale. fjT xcys. It is a very desbable situation for ketpiaf.
asked your .County, late "f fraudFetalt Cona- J> LarJCrackenPork, Hama.B&con.houl- witch cows and poultry end'good land for a
'.An Inquisitive priest having a ur 1 ieolas ZSaDcbfl; a winor, R. B. CANOVA, 3 tariff and ex officio of articles,usual-
ironic her finme whilst in the ronlestunal' : I Tax Assessor and Collector. ,*. i.e. ders, with a full assortment For terms apply si &1..<<1". ..
deceased8U I lowest by B. E CARR.i .
ty at prices 19 1852.
ibo"Implied' with as much wit as modesty'Father BARTOLO Junr26,1F52.+ V kepi I June Plea.

my name .is not a s.n.' Aafinstifle July,f 3J.1852.-' I

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''j i \ ..V"'i..lltUl'l'.O.! j the virtue cube 'power vested i fn me bylaw. I Y.Irtne or the power vested .
; thrd'utu Square and one door, oorU; of,the MethOt BY j.D I shall IDe'sL
J ond INSURANCE expose for sale before the Court woax/ expose or sale btfOruhe Coa ,
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a Ftosde''Jleuet. On" Treasury' Lane, North/ of For the Y A dooraf''ellonT Ue on the first Monday of July next r at lfel10DTiUe OQ the first If ottda J othI'

tho Public Square. / In D \ 35'WALL St., the following described tracts of land or so matteaeet followiDg described traeta'at Iud Oit 10 -:i.1
1st 1849 u will pay the'taxes due thereon the State oC u will pay'the taxes ddS'
The ,
1. City Hotel. On Charlotte and Bay Street, /few $900, they'the' ;; .
and oi Florida and Couaty. of Orange from the 1&45 FIotidq sad County' of Oup
doors South East of the Public Square. / first Mortgages year for.'fI ,
"llanIrrsPubtl. On Charlotte Street and Treasury TME and stocks to
, ,. Lau< ,- ttortb of the Public; Square,annexed to the York and United 1OO acres belonging to or'supposed' to belong to 2301 acres on the West side bel 815 "
Robert Shepherd and Jose Sanetez In/section the east side of Hallifax RiwV Ieft't' -
: FloridaHouse.4 < 1 < g ,IIIIRci
,, ),.- BOARDING HOUSES. by a widely exten [60, township 17,range 34, the place known u Du Mir anda. being in sectionrange29 39 aD
t l Miti,(Fatio. On St. George Street, a few doors From bard,'. Cans!. / south and eut.--p"

South of the Court Hovse and Public Square 31-3 of profits of fif Unless taxes anjj expenses are paid before the day 1. RUIPSON, Sheri4"ud Tuc.ue.[ ":'
GM.Papy. On Bay street, corner of pay and miles.-By l policies on the 31sr. of sale. / *' 3. 1859 -. ....y.

t. Garden Lane. tersburg Also, 9910 acres assessed to Clarke and At- ART UNION OF' -

t. I..H f DOCTORS.Doct 70.-By among kinsonp&eing in section 37, towttahp'/13, range 23: I PHlLADEL'
..JP. JVeedon. \ Office his Dwellid House ctsrporattsd br the "
at g Baltimore : south and east at Haw Creek. W.AlForwardArea| I 1eabla ..:
on.Bridge-Street. 'I- / 87. Total cash annually,801- Also, 600 in 18 South PenDITlvaDIL: '
acres Township ,
f l t Doe;John B.Peck..Office: en St. George Street $2 0' .being added on the east,assessed to the heirs /of Caroline nuge35 Mat ; FOR THE PROMOTION Or SS c:_,
1 I a few doors North of the Court House. The I 8.7'8 OF
Hardy south of New / DBS66N
Smyrna., >>
s J l t-ir-! ," v DRUGGIST. every t I by this Company Also 500 acres assessed to the said heirs of Caroline : >I1l1lT&D STA.TES.r"2"AtK,
Js C Zylttri Chemist and Draggejit, Charlotte Thro In the insurances .
I UcHardy, being in, 'sections 49 and 60, and OFFICERt4 -- "
: Street. ; + advantages, without 1"IIInT
". '. ,. # From of accumn- part In Township ,IS, range,/34 and ,part in township I C. CUZT, Prerideat
1 leaves RTtLLtAtt
]8, and range 35 south,,of New Smyrna. Yile Preritk.t" D'
't r : P.
.. I 1 fiice ArPunoro. r." v.- on their lives Unless taxes and, expenses are paid before the vier, E. H. DCTU&.Reortli"Mcrcertt .
B", / ;. / Counsellor at Law on From II own rale .
day of &cr.tl1f'JJI \
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slteryLaae.: I. ai 10 woman can in- TQrn adig see in
t 'Id: X* Attorney ( Councellor miles-By : benefits of which are Also 5000 acres assessed, Philip R. Yonnge 1 ly 00 ,. ."' ;:;.

.1 i at Law, office,'-Picolata street.I1fl/ Macon use of herself or chil tog in sections 37 and 18.township 21 south range !tAN AGERS : .

'} ,, George B..Faiflanlct. Attorney Counsellor at Stage to i 30, and township 31/.south range 31, .ea. ti'being on John Sartale. Charles Toppan, Iamt 9. ,

Law--*like in the Court House. / 65 -By i I upon-lataI < Lake Jesanp Forward, Agent.. Charles Macalester.EL H..Ba&er"Henry 'WaLe.:" '
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} I ICG. themselves of a're Dnless taxes and'expenses are paid before U> IOn,1\1.D.. Charles G. Leland William D.J..ewo Pilfer .t
PJUBLIC OFFIC S. Fare 839. I may be secured I day of Ale. / is.Joseph D.Stewart,M. D..Edwin a. ; ,.

Post Office., iJ..E. Llambias 3 Post' Matter,, Court "." From I Also, 1000 acres oflanoVin section 37, townships -" Fdward Mitchell. John S. Han.JL g ,'
Iloaae. | / daily at 9 I principles of Mutual I 17 and 18! range 30, assessed to David R_ James L. Cltthora. :;*--::1-"

Harvryor CeneraTt Office.BV A. Putnam Sure -By its advantages, with Dunham,being on Lake Berriaford, St. Johns Riv- EVcr, Member for tile ,

[ vcyor General, on Hospital Streei. ,corner of Artillery road to at the office or er. I' \V ill receive, for each Subscription of resaiIMr': ;.
Line and Hospital 1$1rrttr **'/'*.' $. By any of its agents: ,Unless taxes anal expenses are pajd before the I 't- of FIn-
a print
t; .. Land Office. J A. ''T..,N oota// Register of Public | bile 331. day of Bale/' / I HUNTINGTON "

Llinllt-Office in khe'Coort Hause;: ; .>' miles. ; C Colden. Also GOO acres of landlying in section 40,township "CHRISTIANA AND flJii

TAo,. T. EutteUr"Receiver," office in Court I Edwards, 17 south' range, 33 east,assessed ,to the estate CHILDREN '

House. ,1.' I Betts, of Liadst-y Tod near New Smyrna, Foiwardagent. Engraved 6r JOSEPH .tNDRBrVs; .

fudge of Pro,bats. (G. Humphrey's Judge,) office | To Blunt, Unless taxes and expenses are paid, before the AND THE COMPANION,. '..
/ I G Pearson .J A print of Hunting*.'.
I in the Court Hbu e. "C day pf sale. -MBRCY'/T DllR.I'L.
Peter$ Dumu\\. Clerk .Circuit Court, office in Wells, Engraved by A..71. BITCIJIB ;
"Columba Also,900 acres assed to John Robinson being Or the Ytrti'
th- Court House i I./ 'I I "Camden, Moore, part of a tract of 2060 acres, granted to Briggs and Four choice o tarty two of l\efnlotrlttg; 'iJ'

Rafael B. Cano a. I'OOd Tax. Coll'ctorof. I "Hamburg Cook. Robinson being in section 38,township 15, range 32 SplendJ" EqraYJap. \:-
tee in the Court / I Miller, .
\ "Memphis I and township 15, 33 S and E Halli&xRiver. via:
range on 1.A.1omr
I Collector office ; A Comstock Kl'fox'' bn&V1n' '
M Hanson
oJ of Shl '- Pa watt bLty grist
Planters Hotel ] / Siller, SLATS,Painted by Lentze
Charleston Unles Taxes and before the E"P'fJttllr
'paid day
1 expenses 2.-R
Inspector of 9''''''' Howard, office in A. X. tI Chambers / of sale. .un Bou, Pai"ttd r J tlm1Ut,& _
Howard Market square. Tuckerman, 6y &" "i.. --,?
Buildings 1 GG
I Also, acres used Cornelius Monroe the
/. //. Brontonl Judge U. S. Court Northern II Grinnell, / \Vekin.Creek, bounded to the south on R.Fairbank's 311 nCT's DUD,Pa in, tcdbylDtvt'!gtaaEttt!
by George ,
District of Florida.!office lathe Court Houte.G : J Dunker, on vedfy Ritchie. .::1

1:. Fairbankt. Cleric U. S. Court, office in i BY 'Dutilh, ',I before lauds.the Unless of.ale.taxes" and expenses are '4.-{'nxtS17A.' AND BTS : : i.t.d"R'11oJ .
the: Court [louse C //* I door at .. S paid day
] Lathrop tingtfit,En f raved 4y *
I J SIMPSON Sherift"and Tax Collector.o.c. Ajubtin
Deputy Jlardai? George I*, Zehulaur, office I in'' the ( Thatcher, /. I And a copy of the *
3d 1852. -
he Court House. I thereof as President. jan ,
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\ .u <(1 ,4 ;. Philadelphia Art Union .
!L. JUSTICES THE PEACE.kr : of Florida Tax Collectors &lle.I A monthly pamphlet, Reporter,
of the trtaW.
/ I report
: Gad. Humi fficc. in the to witt
>hreyp -* Court House. actions of the Institution
I I Geo. L Philltyj, Notary Public-office on Bay O359 !! Augustine Fla. I BY virtue of the power vested in me by law,I subject of the and Fine information on the"*--'
Street, a little Nor ih of the Market and nut door section 3C / I 1\lefJouviUe sale before the Court House THROUGHOUT THE &
,, to the Post office. I i I range.32. { door at on the first iVonJay of July WHOLE WORLD.4; '

CI FY OFFICERS.Zyltra ian 3. j m. next, the following described tract of Ian or so The Art --rto "!I t
Mayor Peter much thereof as will pay the taxes due theqdon the Union of Philadelphia awarJs prfeeni&T:

J'Il'enCe. -AndreaPaul /., .lYE iy E. F. State of Florida and County of Orange tortree year its works own Car uC8te, with which original Amerfeag;

Arnau, j I ; ? \ 1851, to wit: of Art may .be purchased in any part of tie (US*:.
E. ..r Medicif.j I Aldermen. I' '. By ,ESHhIE1V'T hay !O2 aeresof land being part of a grant of 4000 States at the option and selection of thepeisoa '

f. J. Quincry.lClerk II ;' 'I'. door at ;; rougb Repairs this acres nwssed to Domingo Acostn. in section 38, may obtain a prize at thoAnnual .:

i I: uf the Cily f'. Council, Charles Hanger, office next, the IS now ready for township 20,Range 34 and 35 near Flownder Creek Which, lakes Distribution, vf
at me Council rood. ,. ; much FAMILIES :AND Indian River. place an tit litening oflhetjsttaxbi'

!, City MafiA a\d\ Clerk of the Market F. P. Mate of can have'spacious J. SLMPSOX, Sheriff and Tax Collector r.. day wi ertry Y car. -' |
Fcireira. / I year 1851 nn8d 1B52- I THE EXECUTIVE TOMiUlTEE .OP TIJ&

\ I /I PORT WARDENS. 100 ;; I and Yea TaxBY Collectors -Sak. ART UNION. .rft :

/'. C. Zyltfrat Charter J{aager1 Jot: B. POUlar.I section 43 hattdsout' y.- virtu of the power vested in me by law I I
,I J. :: I : expos for role before the Court llon-e-' FREE or compensation, from their >.:

AUCTIONEER. jao.3. 1 ns being:;: re cnlly door atellonville on the first Monday of July '. GALLBIlV.diQ CHKSNUT; STREET:
.;I'o. Center; F. P Ferreira and J. A. StncClla.Eft 'or those persons in the
I to the accu n IIJt'xt. the following deacrioed tract of land or so' country, who may life i.r 7f

; !, being entirely 1 t much thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the mote from Galleries,or public exhibition of tAa y,.:
HANTS. By State of Florida anjtjoua/yof Orange doubled( Fine Arts
connecting, Fold taxed t:
Burlineatrte & ilowkU-Corner of St. George it Free from from they ear 1615 to and including 1851 to'I '
and *Treasury Lan V at I wit $a +c riP lions of m m! r nip..S 1,aa1J' be11)

Dunovght B. Co, r. Wholesale and Retail, dealer t following to windows ft 180 acre assessed to Theresa! Rodrigues! ;Jn! U'tlttl7'a pncti&ibk; { u h f tu e.iifiltn '!I&tiesrly *

ofJ: !.quality Family Groceiiex ofal.Wnd-. ZJ.vtiofs as will } : .Promenade Two section 37, township 19. range28. .: -f nt1n)aro of the h.t'I:1 er.* whit will boo ii

&C..:/No:2 Enit .side, Charlotte, Street, North Florida wit ; : from Rains; Cold Unless taxes.and expenses are paid before the.. warded, upon the receipt of the nn>uy, to any '
I to t
: of th
cl'.ilte 1'ublie squareitfcofge I RETREAT from of 811e. J. a'l.Ml': ON. SherilTnnd cruntry. "
day ,
', Hurt utliter in Staple and Fancy Dry.t.fodi : 300 in if'I' of the yeqr.- jan 3,1832. Tax Col1e lor,n, ,.. I I The Honorary! ;Secri"n>9 will grrf W' r'ts
being ,
i ; West side of Charlotte South' in central '. subscriptionsor reiuitunceinav be '
street, a few doors "" AS IT- Y.lSalo. ma: >l"* to '
'tMith of Treasury Lane. and east other Dwelling*. THE WORLD UEORUF w. UE11i 1Y. "i.
J. :
'&tla .'11. TV ltma a. Wholesale and Retail dealer 3 ,,with addilioif- t i twrnpr,1rJi1l!! '''NdTr4 ",it
jan '
(If Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the Hoonw.nnd con MORRIS & WILLIS'S..TOIJKXAL 210 Cht-srauf :.Street, Vnuimti\\ >t.TIIKanderM .

ground floor of the; City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, Accommodation can .V nOJIE FOR 182. TO I.OST.1JI'E.tt! .

Charlotte street, Howard's Building. R' V I I' ) 'I' C I"i-'It '1'l',, U lIS. !
J t !\ fF"tI S. If N.!\ Tinkham. Dealers in Fancy I | this House 4 .4NfLI'NETFSPdPEr. ; l'd. Pcwimasferal: Pit-aftiat UrcWt'

GboJfl ff' &c. opposlt'the Planters, Hotel, on East door at / : it will both** l'11BLISUEV WEEKT.Y AT TWO DOLLARS A YES:. Co. Maryland, wasted! tint permit itfJ:-,

.,. ti< ofChiirlotteBtrej-t. < the ( aim,to sustain, and the U. S. who conceived,area nJrrtnofc xitrdv Hf- .
I'rdrolirnet. Dealer in Grot-eries, Provisions,&c. ilieirofns / heretofore TJIR FIRST KOtBER OF THE NEW SERIES *ILL BE
she re to publish tbeid a of supplying all p fc t others grin icluap
": I'- r !Cuna and St. George slret'i. '
of Florida OF'JAXUASt ,
I 1--: < v. Qviney. Watch maker and Jeweler, on to wit stamp : >> are war
I' : office of Dr. Peck. : with choiccl ranted equal, otbssprriot to any ocher that eta fte '
r..i i.rjcet. nearly:opposite .
"' 144 h. Ducks, TnE.IIome Journal has now become anive tsa. )procured oi-1 lie>aiii j piicp unJ whenever '
: *N. Ne""" Retailer of Boots,'Shoes, Gaps, | ; l My ar n
I 520 ; which There are few famileps of cultivated ha tsfewofthose sent out in any defective ornri uis&cU
at this time way >nrJ4-
:. Marts And Dry Good, east side of Charlotte+tr set; : {h
seek enliven and make hotne. the most
who to
<.<*iwv of Charlotte strertsnd Treaonry Lane. of abound. Two or .. plicates; shall be forwarded, on notice.. wijjjoato if
intelligent and attractive place -who do not now charge. Alf who order a! set J
f Aadrek. Tailor for stajnps/vrrif cacao-
} .rtt"re"c' Charlotte street, this f-
c near the Fort. l Lake G gold threads of domestic happiness and true moral shall be kept in stamps a.ffiuitam.I 1t .
Jahn' Uiina. Boo( maker Charlotte street near Guns .
Acosta refinement which are woven so thickly into the I I Address'"Po3t Muter r
I tlt' City Hotel. I! ; ,die: p'Jea.snt Grove,AtTt'\.ua rj:
double web of
t stronger andjroarser our country's industryand Co. MaL iI
Michael' Nelligat1-Cabinet Maker, Charlotte: I energetic prosperity. The, Home Journal is the I ._....c:l i
street,b.low Hall. Tax
Teirpe'rarice ; Collectors Sale.I '
RIETRESS., speaker to the hearts of flue busy nation in the hours 11' }
John Maiiucy. Slack Smith and Gun Smith, nearllie. jan 3d to and relaxation. I "OjT virtue of'ihe power vested m me bylawl( ( V i
given happiness
North .Guteohhe City. IJD, shall for sale before i.I
,expose the Court
t't ) of the Pro At a New Year1 Present from Gentleman to a .
: Mellonville the first
bowling : attached a Lady, the Home Journal, one of which the remembrance at on Monday of July' ejwfc ,
SJleyfiiquon and Refreshments, by ( described
following of
tract land komnch
Dr. civil iirfi week, and it is
: atten. fir"W unsurpassed thmOli'
f V Cs.y.tlote i as wilt pay thetaxes due thereon the *
I Philip Comes. R toiler ofLlquora' Refreshments, I'amp'ior' as a gift in'good taste 1 Florida and County of Orange for the ISSl.tv,
for three copies, >$5 year
I .fie., Charlotte{ strefti oppt/me ,Bridier'n Bowling ; wif '*
OSGOOD'S or'for one copy for three years,' 5-always )n ad
Altey" ... i' .q.. .. r 4. (lair 200 acres of Land assessed ,I'
.-.. -.1 ,. 1 i1'i. ;i \, I. vance. Subscribers without deity. Address to Joseph; 217 flew
Simps, chez: insertion towuhip 16, 33 8uiB
\ Ge appointed MORRIS & WILLIS, range
: ST OFFICE. &.C., agents 1 on the Hallifax: River. .
,and would Editors 107 Fulton street, New X"rIL.AD r'Ii'
!?Ttft\ePictWafaaUStage. Bridier's City bom's recom ,
Also, 310 acres assessed ,to the said Joseph> :M f
or Individuals j
1I"Lcl., u r -j i j 41 retail the following ileac rip, ordinance to amend nil Or Sanchez,jq sec 51, township 17, range 34, soolk.i

... t Not prohibiting florae and and ea.t.. west of Smyrna. ,
Marshes and :ga Cattle< front going at large within SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector./, t.
y ,
-i '
:Cttholio 'hrc',. :" North side. Monn! men B ; I the City of St. Au;:nstiue. -Jan. 3,,' i85?.. ...... __I .I

quare.f. f re.door at \ & or Towns, Be ./ordained by the Mayor and ,Aldfrmen of Tax Collector* aJe.B'Y .
1 South side Monument
pEpiteopal ; "e egu: removing Bars the the City of St. Augustine Thnit "If shall also
/ Chvrek. Op St. next the at ; virtue of the power vested ia me blb..1t
,Preflyterfjtt: George street,
be lawful for the C itMarbar, to W the .
Bou'tK,of tbeiquAm TJlethflditf much I report expose for ale before the ..Court Ilo++w .
Eptteofial Chvrth.. St. George street, State of .,marshy or sandy Mayor, the owner or keeper of any horse, mare, I at MeUbnvtilff on the first Monday of I.less

air the Magnolia House 1851, to gelding, colt or mute, end also any row, heifer, I( next the following described tract of land or.o maell
'I'< 730 and Piers bull, ox or calf found running at large within the i|i thereof as will pay the State and County taxes

T.1MS: OP COURT:: EAsTERN' CIRCUIT jug or'. Lakes and Riv- I the City of St. Augustine,f contrary to the provisions -![ and the necessary expenses due thereon for 'the year
; of "Ordinance, horses t
n Logs, an .prohibi and
u' OF FLORIUA. by tearing up olt 1851, to wit.:
t. '> ; : Cattle from going at large within the city of St. 160 acres: of land formerly owned" Nfeotos.Sheperd .
SriltNO TEEM., .. ,, Also, I t Augustine." J by ..
waste Lau s bv 'at Lake Munroe. Present knows
For the Cuanties of brange and St. Lucie. at Melonnlle 10 ,recommended as the Passed in Council February 7th, 1 dbl.E Double taxed for the year 1851.: owner not sJ -

on the firsWiToeaday in April and on the ward. necessary J. de MEDIOES, Mayor Pro Tem SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tit e. '
Collector, o*
A third,Tuesday, before1 the first Jl/ondny in' Nov rtu> Also- repairing Canals, or Attest' Feb. 88.' 1B52. : J
/ ;
I ter. inrach and everyyear.For to Ruben value, as it will CIIAS., HAAGER.c. c. _
the oouuty Putnam,at Pilatka,second Tuesday J time form an wax CQllee lor's 'Snfa '
in..April/ Jan 1. em Billiard Table and Ten Pin Alley.At By Tir.*lJeorthe power vested in me by ( w.>
For the county\ of Marionat Cents, fourth Monday either horse or steam the. Magnolia Retreat_, open throughout. the : :\ expose for sale before the Coon HoosV'

. of ApriL I 'I I to any exte-t. day and ..Evening.Nov V V ; << ,I door at j\'ldJooTme! on the first Monday of July Dts!'

ror-die countiesofAlachua and Levyat New By in all parts of 29 no48tf 8..1\ R.\NDA. tne following' described tract of land or as sash
r isville, first Monday in May. ,.South Car- NOTICE. thereof'ir will pay the taxes doe thereon the'zf.. '

For the Coun'y of Columbia, at Alligator, on the dworin and on the Canal be- s IIEREBY GIVEN, to ail Creditors, Heirs, i of Florida and. County of Orange, for the year 185U <
... &ldMonday. ()Jay, > .> ,f day of 1'1 : ( Legatees, & others interested in the Estate of to wit : ; S

!+*For the'coonl/Nassau, at Nat au ('. 114 on d t"Vrdftftda or w Esq., our Agen- Henry Klonne late of dt. Johns County deceased, : lea. acres assessed to Elizabeth, Bench, in set .

\ >before the fourth Monday May. taxes and and Florida,a that on the expiration of six Months from the date ::61, township 16. range 33. south and east,on, tbo.
For he'coup7 of Dqval, at .Jacksonville, on the year I n, with hereof I will apply t. the Court of Probates for the Hallifax Rhrer. .

ourth Monday'
For the 'County of St. John, at St. .i ugu stilts, ded on of my accounts with said Estate, and a dischargeadministrator as lan-,9. f OfC\. ., ,
on the second JftKaday in June. low of G thereof. I .
Tolomtto New York cuar L :rebyjgufcin wall p T4tt. T attx.Fenthecountieso1Ontnseand'L.! FRANCIS BRIDIER, Admr. I I '- tno Estate pf Stua* F. :perpaU4 fir J ,
Luck, Tuesday Andrra St. Augustine February 21st 1852. I IN
ceased;to present the same within time prenriiiedwtp _
before the firstMoudav November. / was from New York 90 --- ,
Opening-Oranifejj, Leuiuns, by law,-or such claims will forever
: be barred
For the county of Putnam, at: Pilatka, the secondTwsday deceased 5 hhd*. Sugar, I
plea, POlatOt'II, Prunes, Pea Nuts, assorted I .
I .aWYaANCnsr, Amiaistntor.April
before the first Monday of November" ing in aU Salt, and 134 pack- !
Preserves, Confectionay,.Segars, Liquors, &c. 3d_1852 '
For the of St. John's the G. "
rt county on first Monday Unless : Burt, Nun >
dry B. F.. I '
27 CARR.
in November/ .. March Oil, Candies fa- '
i < I. day of Howk and, others. CnndieK dccTallow. ,
11 For'thet county of Nassau; Thursday before the \ hn I P. nbllcliectitss.PrinteRoomaSRooms sting Spermr Brown Soap, Limeed Oil.

third alosjday November.1 i-i. > .. DEEDS, for : for temporary! ) purposes always In Adamantine Candle Starch,White, Lead,,IadJ,a. ,
of Dnval theo third readiness at the Magnoiia} Retreat. assorted Paiqt., .
Forth county on : Monday I No at retail by,., .
.:1., I Nov'29no48tf. MIRANDA. March*? .
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