The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 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: UF00048575:00101

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B. l'atteeai'R 1 THE ANCIENT CITY' I 8.. .. in strength as 'looked at my dear father arid r I allton.-that whilst = -
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!" ,TKO PPMft 4lKr J. 04Dy.uCL "I *r A rtuo aicxoav.Wxhuve ,' 10141'pitS heft... ; the editor of an English journal : 18 Real We. .

r D".1 D Ttnxzxrs will bo inserted at OKIDoLUft got,the,ball a-rolling, .. I \hhi..lf..you are;''toXayJff. (a. "hwiskn .- Si* :Although numerous have; ken the The facts which follow are furnished by a-< .4

pertqureof 19 line or under, bribe. first We will aoo4 the votes be polling, 'What Ing.,if r.lou I. art tu6t' description. given of the beauty' and delights reliable correspondent, and contain sufficient '..'
natrUoB,, 'and fisTwrTir.riT.C ttxrs for ctcbsnbieqoenl ,.. >- And wr'll set the bllrolUnl" -.:" ''rtien.'vu *leave ydul'house.; experienced re a .ballooo.voJale,still,'perhaps, of me "raw material" for a good novel. We
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I tau irdon. A dodoction will be Dudee.for no- the.following' account otmy: visit to the regions are,ere atssred by the narrator that the state
'Leave the '
to, tlteefnaertedforsixmootha i 'I ,, ,"., Dulfutmua1cCorb"Wbip: : %boutcfV' exclaimed! be- ..,hQU4 of space on Mondar lastin Mr. Hamptons menu'are literally correct. .
., For, in.tplte ,if f ndcavorT'iv.: ; ;: i...- ,1IP like'to s. fBny'one here "yto put me'outl' Erin-gOrBragb. Irotri; the Rosemary Branch Some sixteen since a .
AU be Tor before years young gentle ,
CT tdvertUemcoti that paid \Vhttt if 1 'call .
klwtploge : Hasty soup,and! fua-snd-feahterr 1'1. neck my meft and throw you otit Islington, may not .prove altogether. uninteresting man in New York city contrived to pair his '.
insertion D1f.. by a regular cuitomcr. B"ref..a 1 and (feelsT
They muatliWTup Salt.River : to a beautiful girl there the
ring to our terroi. the requisite aum"may be ateer- I i When November's ides;are pu Vou havo nol got any men,. they have all Ai n in the evening' every thing( being in ter of a worthy but obstinate Pearl street merchant

rQe"nr. tab<,wl ana mnunltted with the adrenltement.CT .' Voile home.; tit ." -" .. .readiness, we, took our,seat* in the car, vix! : who' was opposed to the young man's

j!&Wuj -; Advertisement not marked with the number ,. 1\ "O! with Pierce and King H c'll rally, ', ., 'H"w'1lcryou'I 1 knowt' Mr. Hampton, Mr. Dean, and myself and Just visiting hk daughter. He persisted in his en
1j enquired al *he last house on the road before al the! signal, was to let Mr.Cox well deavors to win the ,
given and
.g+at.d.talgrpw -inaerttoni required'will be continued until! From taiotmtaiff and'the valley, I go, young lady at last was
: ,cnun? hero.; UUSaturday:.night-and I !m the Sylph, which started from the :Eagle forbidden to enter the old mau's house. .
a forbid and charged (or. i "- t And with shout sod D keep u.HyAa laborers
t I \ was told your all went home Saturday iavern; passed directly over our beads, but Still the lovers contrived to meet occasional :
Notice to Debtors and Creditors ':t" 97 00 'a : we tajke''the coonies'doWii'! : night. and that you lived atone.I .' was almost immediately 'afterwards lost sightof ly afterwards, and.at the expiration' of coma '

I Application f{fL UeMof Administration.. 5:00: For tM Irish knd the Germane glanced at my falher-he was pale but in a;,cloud. Being released from our earthly six months, matters have been previously arranged

&,4 Fee. 6Ti, AU ro&gloua notices will be Inserted firatultourif. -, t I Can't be.wheedled by Whig sermons, :t'. his courage jobbed. not a whit. He was help ties, we ,upwards..in.'pursuit of our,rival, -the girl consented to marry the youth 1"

., h., ? That the 8cott-Uh "Natitf firmans ', less, not able :getcUt'or his'chair,'and he and it'was not lonlbe'ore we,,followed hU who loved her and for'whom at any time ho
orter y. s" vurmiccd strange occurrences, for he had received example, by enteringthe same cloud and for. would have periHi his life,'so deeply rooted
of .
the'oo.&1'&... IT All bill.for Job Printing! must be, paid on I Were a tatty .plate soup.; not less than eighteen bandred dollars some time remained &In a considerable state of. was bis affection for her. He did not seek her ;

} &JKi'f\} .\-, ihedtUreryofohe work. ,. ., !Nor.that "fired wth| lnJignatie" Ie tint very week_ by hi* large! wheat. sales, and doubt as.to whether he was above or below ua,. fortune, for he was in the enjoyment ol a hand J

f B7 All letters CD business,and ,communicationi, 'He'd not banned them,from the Nation \ he sow what was before him., 'This' h'ag. was aDd although on aerial collision ..,0,1.1 have some salary as principal bookkeeper in an :

WORbD. mat be ron MID to.rewire attention. ; the cither u decoy or a man in disguise, whose been a novelty,. I doubt.much if it would havo extensive jobbing house and his pecuniary .,
a ""t1phe 1 ____ ___ Had. he held power and station purpose was robbery.' been very agreeable. prospects were very fair. But the parents 1\\
,+ia i ,J Of a ruler, at the time 1 could see nil this I\'ert.rapidly; passing We continued, were obdurate, and he was driven from the ;:*
silently in the
floating along
I A+net eai.f & OrdStiauco iu tidditloii to au When he, sat down at tkc-Alter. ; through my fulht-rV mind, bql"it did nol bowininr.etinlh''partr6f | midst of a'dense ot scud house. :
the W 4 Ordluttuce reluttiiff |o the i'oIlre ad air of'lord and intuu-r. tfn inch So I sat still I mass ;when suddenly As we have hinted at the end of half .
Will perceivee before u-, in a thin white vaporing a twelvemonth !
Peuoi who of the City ... at. AuyuHiitc.Ht u$ ill. su peeled nothing. but a war of word
of dicaiter-, ; cloud they agreed to be married and all ;
And I a specioral balloon the
-unthinking looking with cur, ,
1 the
tee end Alder hud old
t U .rtl i.d 6J Mayor men if hag on ,quilted hood and an'old
t.1t if : Signed his doom political. bou.buzino passengers, &c. "Tnere's the Sylph," I instantly requisite' arrangements were made,the evening
:' Avf&ht
tea* iff '/ any person ur clunk winch came to her feel and '' fixed l
J.uI exclaimed, but Mr. Hampton knew was upon,even the chaplin had been engaged ", ,
be conuhitird
commit ur ramp to ,or \\1111 belted about the body.
I. persons add o be concerned tn couimitting lay trrvpau upon 0 we'll rally-singing, shouting!' Vim tire woman?' said father. better tor ho sharply' replied, 'No, no ; look, -but, on the morning ot the day pro j

: OF TJJfi any lot, garden grove or plantation within the city And we'll tin:, the Whigs a rouiicg, O, course 1 urn, what du, you'nsk'that ques- look ; it'* the reflection of ourselves on the posed secretly for the nuptials, .the whole plan ;)
r' of tit. AuffUtine, or upon any fruit tries, ahrubb..rypllDft. For we havn't got a doubting ,lion list''Yuu ;M! cloud j"and then saluting the p.-ctre aeronaut, was discovered, and the match brokea ofiper- .;
."toutcbaSTREET{&_ ,vines or .regetable! growing in any such lot, Democrat in racks have a buaband?' by taking off his cap and waving the flag emptorily by the absolute authority of the pa'j'j
garden, grew or plantation, or shall be concerned in our : .'Ie.... wbich compliment wits as qnickly returned, rents. !
d".troJUlIOr C&rI1iDI..wl, any fruit, vrgcable' or With oar people's column steady 'Where does our gbosily. companion melted into air, and Time passed on. The daughter was sent to ,;
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-"."y Ri.. ff'- lam; ot slue growing therein wieb pwou or prrSUM Native and adopted, ready 'IiiTiustoii.' a was seen no more.Immediately a distant part -of the country for a while-ihe 1

> Ult&t i J (If free) shall,on poofictioa, for each offcl'.r- For the battle we, will spread a afterward, we, emerged from young man was disappointed and disheartened
|< be fine of dollarsnceth Well, then, if you hnve a hnsbnnd, why do1 : and left New York
subject to I not! exceeding the I the clouds into a glorious sunshine, and the for the west, where he remained
fw *uwsts OrpI'OMCGtioD; and ?f a slave l ,he or she and Mighty terra.'iuung COUM.And you not live ut home, instead of pudding about i. teas thus suddenly acted upon,'changed color two years. Meantime, a person to suit '!

Kit I be liable to whipping Dot exceeding ten stripes,ball ball .Mich nighttt as this alone-a aught lit ouly for' Irons a dirty yellow to a stale of perfect invisibility I the tastes of the parent* turned up-a man of '
wc'llkeep rol2ing, .
\ the like costs. And in of eouvictio and Ik-lids t to be abroad IVlly | .
f'rryI at the same time rapidly expanding considerable means, but old enough to be the
tlf.,4 ': ortVndcr ..b.naDd committed until the flue or the \ Ii And the voted w..tU.Ou. be polling '\ don'l you set thc North River on fire?* .which caused us to ascend with increased I young girl's father-and a match was arrangee'i

M, .i rlah'end 1/t an. ottt aball ha-Tuai rbrea MtUfficd thrall and'be""alJ per! '.- Qlt1rkU'.J! Unl d.r,., r..:.." uidlic, ::, leaping from her choir and fPrinJt- 'MA:,'1,,__, _ __ rap8utihinilgbr7trwas altear ion persuasion, between Emma and .
..w. not
f /KrtlUr ordai it : .Funeral" marches fur thrWh,a: '1iJ: :::1t 'Jtu1"iud. "" fnyi1al n4'}b1utalllbruutd'I 'm. tblll. and *he WiIiIfaU UliuttilaiU1 j :
eiii j jut for any merchant or p.kerjter\ or other paw< And the shouting of our column I her teeth, 'I'll leaching you why'I am here.' | now presented: to',ow t ,Tutees") !roil..i"iUb. deotl1th.1 cu ').ma x .
to kvrp ore". .lOrY,ur dispose of soy goods, clmitrla I I 'My inoitier vcreumed: and r\n.$ mv father ; astonished gnzn was, perhaps never beforewitnessed found himself in New' tagland: where he settled
il'i .chandise on the Sabbath day or barteror Wtyb dismay it hltall appall 'e-I'l. for grandeur and it is
wale or ui% I nude an ini-iTcclual to ont ot tho ; '
attempt get and a wife also finding it "not
rur/, ..1 L ."U!! the samr,shall oa conviction be fined! in the Till they reach the far and solemn way but instantly yielded, resolved to lake'i i,', almost past the power of pen or pencil to depict to dwell alone"- and some- dozen years good bad
,llu.nnraarra. ma of. ten dollars for every such ofirncr, together Shades ot Salt River's shore what awaited him and I of with any .degree of t truthfulness glory :
wiihthecoata of prosecuting the Awe, one half of --. .-- -.- .. .-- -...- . -.--- was cut my seal ,,, ot that scene. To the westward that passed away, with their thousand and one
,. -- us quick us the hn". As she passed: me on appeared I changes of place, of circumstances and of for- 1
bhall be the infwrmiuga
which still tilt paid to p:nou be !
A to a mighty of gigantic mountains
Singular Stoup.The her to I struck hur'wih ; range I
the sauir. way grapple m) .futher, I tune. From 'he'time'of their separation tho .
+ prosecuting
1M 1il. ,!ulna fie it / r/A" .rcl. ..4, That it shall not be I.lWrul following curiutiai! narrative, toM UI: asbwnrg : my, list t n blow under,, thu ear, which but covered with HIIOW, piled one upon another, in original' lovers bad never met. ..
\ is from the ilurch number rut her old hcod would have knocked Irighliul confusion and assuming the most fan .
lile''elateuuu fur any peison by hliuself servant or agent, to wirictlyrtv, : cotton The young man became the father or three
}' V, give Mil or bane r, to any slave auy vinous,spirit- of thu Wu.ur Uuiu Journal. Its incidents nor down. As it staggered her, it gave mu tastic shapes, which were, constantly chang little ones, and then lost two of these which '
OIlS or intoxicating liquors without an exprvos lice DMin will remind thu reader of Ihe Sc< tiUIi secu.nl- lima t.JCt.t/ the chairs out yt' the way, Dull ing ; there were huge domes, lofty spires, vast bereavement was soon alter followed by the .,

fCKES.lf writing from the person having the control of said ")!h'', 01 which we h:,ve ISU many t'x 1mptcs.I gather r\iy\ )clt for a light. I pyramids, giant castles, da.hlnllifl1anat and death of bis wife. Time flew by-he had been:

-4 .1 ere of slaves under the penny of twenty dollar sons til sc.ihuul, a close student. a youngnmhibnu I She recovered: ,and looking! at me n moment, : finally annihilating each other, but only to a widower for some years;and'his oldest daughter .
I for each and very ofirncewith the com, and the lad aiixteen.IUJmuwhut hOmcwpun I said us ifinsuliluquy'-Oh! you choose tot I lake new forms. Above, in the clear bluesky, bad got to be quite a'miss> He had been !

informer shall be entitled to the one half of mid penalty but vTi'iiK in upi!iKittiiess! und conacioua of 'cross' my truck do J'uut Well ,d-n mo if I myriads of little pink and while fleecy clouds fortunate labia business, and'' resided: a tew ,
S. a and if the person or persona' so otiVnding shall I power My dear lather was lick und "ru u- :I du nol settle you pretty quick, and thrusting floated gently on, like fairies or angels of another miles out of the city"'In a sweet"little cot .unclouded ;
bt t; be e licensed shopkeeper Ida or their said license : 'world ; below, the vail city of the earth,
r'wep'toll itly undergoing hut grand inetenitjaychusi.-i I her hand into her cloak, mude us if she would by sorrow, for the days of his sorrow ;
HtKtrittirrlf ahall be revoked. I which lie i shallow Hunker call Dcirth. It druw a dagger. The motion maddened me; il with its thousand steeples,its countless street, had since gone by ; and be endeavored to be .
The above ordinance will br strictly enforced' I duv in the avow had loam I struck khan' its bridges,its railways wide-atretching suburbs and surrounded '
was' n stormy Junuaryj; brought to my lips, her contented happy, as he was
r watt L fined IQ Council June, Slat. ZYL5TRA 1852f.C 31.or.' fuller two trivet deep, when started fur my u dozen blows us quick us lightning, she let and its noble' river, winding.like a silver by the comforts of hie, and in the enjoyment

ere war usu. home, eight :niles distant; My father hud her'dagger go and clinched me-her gripe thread tar,far away iniolhe rich verdant country of tho society of hn dear little daughter, ..
Ira Attest
can be ,Lana written.mu thai he wuntud lo see mo, lie.want- satisfied- me that I had found my match,aye, Up, up we go, and another change One day last month he was returning homo .f

any. du.witinrtt are ed to loulc into ray face-he wtuucdi, to 'givu more in-strength" and that my skill as a boxer, comes' on ; the mountain top are burnished in the arterhoon, and upon entering the curs '
Cory Bald me injunction niter' injunction; .not lo, forget ml) my almost uncounted ability as a ", retler with the brighter gold; anon another change found'them full. He sought a seat and found ,,
duties to him in the care of his wile must '1 had learned of the sun sinks neat; them, and they are on fire-' about .thirty ot
1! uaNwy Hty.SOfctgt Cg&iblQhhas.Jjwttr, W .blU Lard my mymother. save me. pugilism one occupied by a lady years
PI r1 15 K ego *tttE; 40 blla Potatoes 510 bib Appl..., & He need not have said it. I could u clever English ,teacher, and al wrestling yes, fierce volcanoes: appear on every peak, age-beside whom be sat :down and the cars
Caski C&vaaf( 100'bags' Oats, 5 casks of Bacon 40 nut-I never can !'oriel him or her: Death! thai day I had,never been thrown. I knew and running: l lava runs down their .no'wy.idea, moved out of-the depot. As they emerged into

Alteghaaiw'r .,, bib Uncken 100 kegs Nails 25 boxes Tobacco a A rmm such an my lather never dies. He when 1 felt the gripe that I was dealing witha aud now the sun finally sinks to rest in the the light, he suddenly turned to the lady

hhds do, 10 l WU" 'KoU..., 50 boxes & oap, S casks lives in hill counsels full of wisdom us they man. I felt ihai my lather and mother were midst of.streams of tire, shooting upward and exclaimed-

r Oil, boxtl tru' ..eg, IS baskets Champagne, 10 were obeart, in his example, ripe from relying on me and 1 grew strong all before brighter than the flight of.a million rockets. MMad-am Emma Is this you !**

boxes Ctder.10 .... Tea, 10 dos Broom, IU nests wide observation and varied experiment constituting io.d.Ve tussled, grasped and let loose: Again' a chan'ge-tbe' spell is broken the'ma- Ho didn't know exactly what he said, but it ,
1"twbasttpth' Tuba,I boxes Oraegw bona i>moos, ,10 cuks I ample exuenencij'in tits principles, struck and parried, clinched Mad wrestled gic of the scene is past the fierce' fires rage no was a fact that he was on the scat with 'the 1

fburtwing Riot,>I! (ea. IS bozet'Starch.-400 boxes to which were absolute, as great moral truths till at various attempts we found ourselves to more ; domes, spiie.castles i the away, and girl to whom be had once beea engaged to be

I Drat 6dt M& B. E. CARR. *nl; in hw very mistake, which were very what wrestlers call a 'side hold. I got. the nothing is left, but the bright blue sky (even married, whom he bod really! loved,and whom "

mutt j ., few and were not small. His desiie to see,. 'under arm,* and I :Sifted him-for: it was no the little fairies and angels are gone, and a he bad never seen since their cruel .separa .
U.4ns dhwanh I THE 'WORLD A8 IT PAS )E S. me, growing out ot a leelinjj thai he might, ut longer her-ever my hip threw my leg around mass of shapeless leaden clouds lazily floating I lion
else i any hour,'puss on wurd,. and ,give me counsel, his and turned hi.n. He fell on the floor like faraway benealnus.. A mutual explanation quickly succeeded.
.. MORRIS: dTwiLUS'S.KOME 'was natural, but nut tiectusary. But hi* a lug I intended to break bas bones but he During my travels, in various parts of the Our widowed friend ascertained that his former

dos Wfltr ... OOUAA6a FUR 18:5J. I Slightest wish was, law fu tae, and 1 started unhooked his. cloak' -it bad .become,.unbelted world, I.have seen many strange and beautiful intended was on. her way to the North,
1 ''a!t FAMILY NEWSPAPER tor home as I huvu spud, on loot. Weary in the blrujjgle-and leaped up like a cat.- scenes X .was on ono of the loftiest peaks of upon a visit to her friends that she had been
rind fiver tsVtr
-saiJi tit I >lklorc,1 reached our door. I thought my body struck him before' he was balanced,staggered which passed over Switzerland in the month living, :and her husband had been dead over

i rieas., nsnimou or m vxvr anus WILL cueo&pM would tire out cumlletcly-but did not-1 him grappiwd my left band into his throat, of August, 1840 ; I have<< ,seen many a glorious two years.
I : TK VMSt JixvikT CUT.Mb accomplished it. ', aud struck biro again--catted oa my muthor unaot from the summit of the Lebanon ; the He pointed to his pretty cottage as the cars

,r_*. t i' '__ I ate my supper, chaJted awhile with myErents U) open the door, and as .she.didao, I.pusbjsd wild and strange appearance of the sky while passed: on, but did not leave the train 1
) Taat HOI' fosmal has. now) become' uDft L.. ami wfluLio.. 4.in my old bed room. him and kicked him out. ,He swore be wouldbe traversing the burning deserts of. Egypt ; a He proceeded fOt\fard'hoewed his acquaintance
There art few feailaa of cttltlTticd hUt3-fewef and mother 1 Itlt wiling i in the the death of me. ,1. told him to take him.- a moonlight night on the calm Mediterranean, 'found the lady her own mistress; proposJ

I those who!'tetk oUnlitca and m home the moat kitchen, gratified a; my arrival and proud ot golf out of'the Stdtal'or I would\ put the sheriff amid the Grecian Isles ; a tempest on the to her again, for'na believed her as lovely

iatiUiftnt aMdatntcUva place-who do not BOW me. \ on bis track, and shutting the door in his broad Atlantic; but never can I call to my recollection as ever, and won her sure this time 1 And i r
venire h. Jt ia mi wa believe wberevtr run the I' eU asleep-awoke, i nD.t t took a seat between *, lace walked to my father. a scene ol such surpassing grandeur. we record the fact with no ordinary degrees of

wstIId gold ttefcdi C 4o catk bappUteaa and true moral my father and mother They looked 'My son,* said he, kneel down. and I 'did, magnificence and sublimity. that which 1 I pleasure that within three weeks the lovers

telbeAtat whteh ai* woven ao thickly into the surprised, and enquired why 1 bad' left my and my mother was by my side and my broth witnessed from the car of that balloon ; and I were actually united together in marriage in

atnofer aedeoaratr inth of our cocutry's industry bed. ;: er, a boy younger, 'than myself who had firmly believe,that had the mo't skeptical man, the city of Boston. Long may they livo to enjoy
nl energetic BroaperiaL of The Home loornal is Said I,-hn. nobody been in' here since I awakened, and crept out into the kitchen'was with regard to,the existence of a Deity, been their wealth and tbq happiness which no

d apesicr'la to lha earl and Ration.A Wa buy.nation. in the. hoursgitta 1 I went lo.heat* I; ? 4 1 > < also there,and father pray d.God for his blew present,), that scene, so awfully I grand, would know must fo:tow their union-Ammc Unum.

Yea happlncaa 7 cPr b IiCH.dt..a"/." I 'No.' ing*,"'and thanked Him for our safely, and I I have done more to have convinced him that
a < :
Lay,th* Horn Josntaiy ot which to reBits&rcKt Has nobody been trying lo injure you, ftth- blessed mu fur .ny coolness.and bravery, and there is a, Supreme Being than all the arguments Nor long since, two ladies were on a down. .
c if rttjr ..|.sees!',and his unaurpaiaei ert Has nu one demanded money ol you!* we. all went to bed., I and preaching his fellow men could ward trip, oh board a Missouri steamer. One E

ea a ttft b food taatel* No.' i Now let your doubters tell me how I cameto bring forth. of them bad a baby about three months old. I
ftuLl.7.torODt copy, 8t;Mott; three copies Q Well,' replied I,*t hem will' somebody come, see this matter ..beforehand. This, very(; Immediately after the setting of the sun,the She said her husband had beea' gone to California

or forces' copy for three yeajiL'. always y n ad and that U why I have left my bed, at least I hooded and cloaked man,I bad seen and heard I gas became condensed,and we began rapidly about two years and a hat G .
nnee. acricra without Address care dreamed there would'and dream. is bo bis threats to my''' father, had struggled with to descend, and effected a; safe landing in a How old is that baby' said the other.

OIUUll}4 WILLIS illation 16 me, but' .eVfierce reality.My .'- him and conquered him in my dream, beforehe t meadow near Enfield close to' the Eastern About three months old.'
Ecitors, 107 Fulton aqsct.N....'fcL father Ended oa if;increduloua, yet :aa came into the house, and had awakenedand Counties Railway. Here we received every 'I thought you said your husband had bees
.a-, '" though be asked no .braver? or better dclender: left my bed to go and see after my fath kindness and attention from the farmers, peasants gone to California two years and a half 1.'
= = l4:c. 1, than'hw boy*. At"'I\at jratant my mother, avery er's safety, and to conquer him again in the and especially the stationmaster at Wale 'Ob i I yes, he hu ; but AI writ to fIIIe'
-O: :, il. Mouoagsbelaay1 cautious'woman, heard.a rap at the duor, kitchen. All the main features ct the occurrence dam, who acted in the most gentlemanly manner [Ez 'pdpeP,
Wr cey and Sookh: ; d a.ct Pui and stepping to It as suppose' to inquire who1 were made known to me before they and gave every facility for forwarding the .That I letter must have come by male.

err Qaalap.pe Wi e. $adelrd s bury do., **aa there, and what, tras-warned, opened the. took place, and by the impression they made balloon to London.
liter, Z !. ; Wa&er, rct'Wtet.TIf door. anti in came terrible gust 'of wind, on me enabled me, I doubt not, to ,save my The greatest height we attained was about A very worthy and respectable f entlemaa"from
ahoeltaxsah- f 1!: B. '.\i4 '_ and ow-ror the night alas hideous-and,... parents livr*. This incident differs from the two miles,and the time we were up exactly an Maine,who occasionally takes a rmUet
'. In conclusion .I must' that in this was asked by a friend bow he managed u
whit them marched a wooian. ethers in this, that what 1 was conscious" of in hour. ; say > get
]tl CB''bc'riblrJm.tha; Iggfc',weeks 8 walked halfwar from the,,door to the one' stale pas common to the other; ,It was as well as former ascents 1 have made with hf r. .along where! the if nine liquor law was so tig"
r .. .p y.10 the. AdmktortuSfon: rSt are ben the discovered'jme.and I evidently an act ofpre\ i.ioo. I could make a "book of Hampton. I have al ways,found him the _mel..cool idly ..enforce}. 'An, sir he replied' 'iika'Ire
J. for cwn of : the and careful' in the good Christian, I to closet.
: resolute extreme go my
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feorV SectK-d-I I took heir aback by rpr i'eo e-. I taw this such incidents in my own life. | ,
f"Ikg. .1 .Eiii .r Folia,, Uw-of ANN said CocutT HURLBtET.U at a glance. I saw the creature ol my dream'' Let these suflace to satisfy'the reader, as far I I and just the man for a person to make bis first'uceat 'l The man who ate his dinner with the fork of*

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ThI'ocittoat- of I Partlos-la the Ual-- power, and will subject to the caprice and All who will consider the course and policy The way They do,It.

4 1 / ted States. avarice of an association of Bank Director ?of the two, great organized panic in ibis I The Whig cAse,aftea an immense amount f
V Were It not for keeping the fact before the Here it aristocracr undisguised, and its affiliation :! country on these two momcntou and trying lelppd ;
people;, It would be needles to reiterate that with ibo whig party manifested lathe recent -t..occuioDlill{ have-0o 'difficulty dotermmin -, of Mbaekinf and SJling-of ailing la and oot/'fbnncd

mankind in a civilized Male, are naturally divided party trajtgle clearly proved. Oa hismomentoutf which bu best upheld the honor and clory -' procession and took its depute* yesterday manna
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into two great parties, both socially and Question the democratic party 1* of the.grearAroerteanrepublis.and eiv*nit for l'alatksxhoae fnbaJtiUBtaa bsocst plain eom- l

politically.The some marked distinction is clearly' bo'the:side tai the,jteOple and ut popular 'its high positioa in the aspect cube world. I| mon sense triad of people,it expeeted.we prewune Jby 1 : I

discoverable through all ancient and modern .liberty and_ equality.- .. I 'W U ha 'ii.beats' raid that to the dincocratiefpart the projectors of this vast scheme,will be overcome :j, :
vukes, and iu every civilized country. There But is tSu magnificent and dangerous pro, ? oif the ttfjifed States the rri+-ads of liber i itv L.I 1
ever has been, and ever must,be, two hostile ject aban4oaed Some ol the wn.g leader! ,throughout; tba.world must look for -yn bv.b;and wuheatjMrBggks knock leader,to the impos- '

element of,association which lave ongresa; say it K;bare said- o before, and practicaUyfalsifled4bejrj \\1> pAlb1 U4.p. n-J fag dicplsy!''Fesa" and B n ipicsealed t :iheirnaaphiatical

r' ted and bound tof etber two opposing political >fole sions.' 'Some say it i* not,' : I and wondering; gaz*--wv did notha. i i

parties and have rendered them distinct 'and and more remain silw.t. But it evident fruttho thepkaaart tot>buin a fair or distinct., ofaUth* i J .
r There never boa bepn pot can be, 'and the ofselfishness ToEANC .I.i I
pe renaneat. bistorjof Ib past philosophy NT CITY. staff elevated pictures paraded on the : !
ally fusion or confederacy but are destined by ,' that :its i* not abandoned., After there occuiODI. I
nature and necessity to maintain ao eternal General Jackson gave the monster the fatal was yes however ia regard xhr WCI I : ,

', can@+ct. However strong and exterminating blow and ',Cb1t in triumph a*' Brutus fiesta the less iaforranate and that was the one d*.ieate4, to : i' I I

cue may have become, it has never been able troke of Cedar's fal" after the whigtfin a Oft Setttj' on one face of which the following was 1 I

f to extinguish the otber. If in weakness and desperate conflict bad been 'signally beaten, pcapoejjy emblazoned,in large letteia "I have served I .,

dismay it has lain silent and inert it never ceases the unscrupulous r. declared against the the Union for forty odd yenta:" It straek as,that
':' to exist; and if crushed to ,earth, it never project, and that it was no longer a whig n,ea-
following of
by way addend ,would have mesh improved
t .. furls"to Tiae g ain and struggle ascendancy sure, and was a milUione on the neck of the *
Of at the first favorable opportunity. .' this banner namely) far fit tltjt+a[ turn e$300QOO..the /
U Tbe two natural parties into which mankind When under these pretences and other aster of .03TOSS omission of this was no doubt puielyaccidental i ; I I
are politically and socially divided, are well popular delusion, they succeeded in carrying -when the cottage started amounted to ex :

denominated the democratic and aristocratic ; all l the branches of the general government elusive of the"l+leY" band, some fweryxrfe I f I i

but whether called patrician and plebian,noble '..tb tot .baste\ they renounced all their no ST. AUGUSTINE, $SEPTEMBER, 4th, &: ooly,of whom were,we are lOLl.Nm.and o(these, ,
aud helots,federal,and republican,or whig and bank pretences called special cession of 'da
dcmocrat.the lAme elements constitute the bond Congress and proceeded to overcome the c said mm were Federal of-fice-bolders and CustomHouse

ut union,similar interest from bases, of aociaiiontand *- great.measure)*peculiar to the democracy;and DEBOC. 4TYC 2LO.IN'ATIOPtL' boat ha da-nriJ>ytb+y are trying hard tahold,,

the feelings, sentiments bjccta"endelci reluuiate Uuited State Bank in t ell 1 iu + ODl : ._
the -- .1H .,. .. .- .4. ', "
lei are the B ussia'.bas ber ,1 4
sjNpe. P.9tjer.&Ad glory, sad &b was derolcr"atIc'and aristocratic parties, though-In i accomplished before the sober econd though F" _- EliT.OEN. CP We have omitted,most unwittingly,lo acknowledge

power aridsenlimcnt in perfect.contrast. En ol tho people could correct the error of a moment : -I the receipt eta new paper recently established

KUo4puuiuvM* the same parlies,though titan- of excitement and thunder disapproba mmw" PIERCE I in Savannah and of which two number nave reached

ding' apparently nearer together, and with less tan in.the pan of weir- A charter' OF WV'.HAWPSlllfiE..ui ,. us,entitled, the &ttaiuuh C-nri'rr It b journal

marked,disiinpuishincieature And the same was ,burridly pasted and sent' up to the'Ex* \ -.,. -'-" '-* of large size, exhibiting as might from theknown ;!
embodiments in tbo United States slana Mont scalar fojr but Providence had inte ',;rr' '
; & -
i ine" and exposing each other, wjtn still bf >ftAiii l..xX, .man, .wds,there whose patriot FOR y.C '.,.. 'EaIDElfT. character. of the\ genuemeo, under subtle msmt. eme'nt. t \
but with the b'oa ) it is,fine Editorial ability and admirable '
external resemblance, some ism bo.re him above, the murky atmosphereof I' ,typograpoical > -
tile and irreconcilable natures. ; gaoibfinrpo1ilicTanwbo wwleded the,old W'I :ILJ4M, : r R. KING, execution. Its political tone too,so far U we,can \

.A1tb uicti an investigation ot the existing:' Jackson; fcloib with dexterity and effect and judge,ia of the right sump-leaving politic*however, i:
J lalionbetween t. .lorda and serfs of Russia again +destroyed the monster just as it .wa* J OF % BAUL oat of the question, we cordially welcome this new :'
und the aristocracy and laboring classes ofKugland emerging from Ihe jungle of falsenood and corruption 1 f -
.Lw.eaaNtnwAn sheet, and wish those
to in its
fo.be pleasing and Instructive engaged publication, a
in which it had been conceived. o ,
ntepl,our,dIigalimits u* to a: consideration this occasion,what was/he manifestation?.that FOR, GOVEBlfOR.' rich monetary reward for rhea enterprise."Nailed .

of the relations,object and tenderness of par- the Bank was auto whig measure?, No. But dAAI 3S. E. BB04)S3E. :
.tic.lo.Qur.owDcouDfrl. the cry wa general that President Tyler wa* ': '; to the Connler."
Many ..fair minded men of .intelligence (but a traitor-had abandoned and ruinep the \ Is
certainly without discrimination) express the and this is the .cry up'to |be present moment. FOR .CONGRESS; :' .: vaunting heading gins to an editorial in toe

belief that,there Is at the present Umo but little If the great Bank i. Dot lull regarded ",. A. E., lAXWELL.t lastlacksoovilk epsjlicaaxbicbintrodaassbe e.t. :;
difference! in principle or policy.between the a*the idol and tower ot strength of the party .urievraV'cannot, fetter of Col, Wtxsxx.drawn

whig and democratic parties, a.Dd. let either why doe the bitterness against II r.Tyler- ,I from him, by the "corkCRW process"tof interrogation ,

prevail,the general result will be the same. main unmitigated The fact that the i indignation FOR SENATOR.F. G, .
1 very adopted by a.Howss ui the hope to levee,
But lain* ,n fatal mistake. The similarity is of mill fiercely V. uLl [
the party I II burning a* I PIIaEY toe Whig Presidential
Tbe real characters nominee, from tbe/drep odium
only external Appearance. a* the moment of,the act, prove the talety .
of the, two*.Parties are absolutely of all their anti-bank pretences.Persistence justly attaching bin tor his exceeding;dereliction' f! .

hostile here as in France or Russia. EYeryelemeoi. in this effort to subordinate the FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. in reterence to Gen. GAIACS iuvtsUucnt by. the Indian

.of their Association is hostile and each working closes and producing intercsu to a W. TOMBLIN. at Withlacoocb.ee. I

1 is supported by different and dissimilar conflicting'in results* I domination so dangerous and despotic, and .it isu iavrdee e eee. Now we take occasion to ay to the Editor of iti CRepUicaa dr
and tend to entirely ,
jterests, Tbe, approximating steps have been successively i strenuous opposition mind oi the which democracy, must -: FOR ELECTORS., that we will in a short time draw that da 1,
satisfy in
elieryCandid associated
taken by tbe federal or whig part r ou the aristocratic element party with all I McQUEEN clNTOSU, of Atrol '. ante "nail out of the CoullleraDd,nut by s ncli *fgitirt t
and from necessity with ,an obvious design of and proof as'hat of"WIHDM,* by which iaclaimsd l
its tendencies and results, where the tt.reat'maIlS J. CARAWAY SMITH,of Jefferum, <* _
retracting them when under more ,favorablcircumstances. of the people must look for the securities M AJ. JEHSE'lOE. JociMft u tube drift u'iu ; but by the positive testimony oi : .1
While I lessening the apparent t j of their and gentlemen in
rights liberties. our city (at this moment absent) who .
difference, it is au indisputable fact thai the j The federal party now canlnaItself -- --- have Mruhin
' whig, a few weeks put declared to tu, their
'whig party, in avowed principle and policy baa strenuously opposed every nVt to extend "Rawly Extracts" j r i
been and 'is far I to make oath that Gen.SCOTT said to f I
has always now us the elective franchise. A them f f'
high {
from tho democratic party as possible and t attr yqUng, ..at elections,prupcrty and for qunlification holding ) > Hon. E. C. CABKL'S opinion of Grn. Ft alt, June.I when they on an 'OCCaiOD.p-ike to him of the r:-

have tbe least chance of success. The whole i ISth Id52. "ScI C has a padlock on his lips,aDd the polled and critical situation
office ; ha been char ot Gen. GAUIES and bin;
demonstrates |I many important ,a principles ofSetotrd in his it eeiktt peeler t.tad stands l
f' political history of the country acteristic feature of the command "damn him let
A ;
i party. propertyrepresentation before the cooairjr the candidate of the higher law suffer and starve :
has :
that tbe whig embodiment never yielded .
I has constituted he had
an article of no business to thnut binuelf! uncalled fur
anything but to necessity aud ex.edieucy, the party creed and baa been defended with part"The election of Salt paler present circumstance into the t 1It
and has never failed to resume and press its I country upon my resources; he isi '
the utmost tidettt Wherever tho. Wftaid be to eeat lfNo the Govenunrnt
in the hand
original policy whenever emboldened and has of the Fret Soil I filly Ktred.or wvruv vftLat import.-a.d wr tajr
qualification until
been abolished bas been party their fknitkiim Us destroy
cl raged by success. It is impossible eo-I accomplished by the strength and efforts of the Union. thither to oar neighbor iltat we Mill alto exhibit uu-

r. to do otherwise.. It would be violating democrat. It I' ngw nafrtt N"bllJ A Ml did seem ctnpge that any lamest Southern man qnestiouable. docuiucutary pruoC. to much uW-. sautecffict.
-arum ii .v..ot. IU being ao4 work ala "6th could aappoxt tlo tt." At s
;rtlrTiiseJ'on rs .J tvpenntto York
ArjJ Ctatio 11 1: .
p- immediate :dissolution. The siristocruic ele- hii thousand Tunu. _
ct;it'Ma1. .ofbonsst arwl intelligent t ,
trot of association's is its,vital principle.A ,:industrious and patriotic Amsficair'Cit' KIT We hate acrn a ndiculoo* piciu(ial pamphlet t | I,

perfect will) satisfactory be found in,solution'tracing-in<-this parallel hypothesis izen would now be dpprivpd.. of the dearest: Henry Clay en'MUilary l i Rule., pturpt-niuK to give a utiG.tt f1 biugrapliy oi Gen. a!COTT.wh.cu .| | | 't.
i right*of freedom,and have no voice in choosing "
ho Vutory of tbo two parties,, from their firs those who -rule' 'At this eurly"period oMhe Republic, keep has biro lu"re than frr,!/ Truman Smitn'U
are to over" tbe J. The
duvelupcment,marking prominently tho. ceaseless journal of:legislatures pad and conventions ial steadily in view the dangers which had ever tLr country .to the abor of"the fjankiog privilege 1 .

1 and violent opposition of the guidin power overturned every other tree State, 1 believe it ,and shameful fraud upon the pot-office revenue, Ii
are cocc
.ua1mon aud
thJpouu' it be r
of the lederat'and'wbig'' '.to the place to be EsscsT'Ai. to the lusting preservation of distinct It I
party : we
pro- 4 controversy.-.-' y re.n.'inbv-r thi+same dutln:uit\ttl Se.ii
i ', ot democratic) freedom and geugraphica I } our liberties, that a man, devoid of civil talents l
I Kn-fcs extension of the jurJifdictroun oi'our republican It was the .ame' aristocraticparty' in hostilIty and offering no recouunenduiiou but one a..or..s the buy auJ unjcrnpulouj President ol the ) aiUIt.'j

institution: ; to liberal democratic sentiments which founded on military service, ,should not be se Whig dirty wurl club; which Gild its atatlou a( \V'a.hIngton -

At first when an efficient genera) government enacted the olien.law, providing for tats ap lected lo admmisu-r ihe Government. I be daring the last Presifcnlialcantnua-aal mau t .

' was in contemplation,those who ti cast e aliens prehension for no, imprisonment other crime and than banishment that ot. taste sojet; and 1 shall consider tbe days of Ire the high rank he is permitted to bold, in the council de

; the founders and uider* uftbe federal partdeclared ] burn in a foreign country. This odious of being la w the Commonwealth numbered wHtx A* orro- of the nation ; in our bumble opinion a better and | i Ct',.

'i the Bri isb, constitution' be the was suppressed a* coon ai a democratic victory ors rauctruc is UT IJlID.I-SpmA of H. more fining selection, could not have b*en made, of I: u't
' Clay at Lexington, Ay., July 12 1837. &e
'i model of govi rnment ever devised, open- threw the incumbent ;
an ibe
of office
power government into democratic --but tu retain to the storesaid
ic Alaltory's Life of Clay 5ttJ. -
ly proclaiming favor of lierediiary.uwuarcby. page d
large class of worthy and pictorial. If there w"resufficbut
But discovering of gullibility i in
l" a tremendous {>rush '
the people to the(democratic element of! association law faithful making residents odious ceased to be degraded by a 'If, indeed, we have incurred the Drine displeasure the American Ilf'0ple. to DIke them ,give e n am

( t ey abandoned this high position.They .- and it an is not to and be denied dangerous that discrimination foreign i ,' and il is necessary to ''chastise thispeople dance, to the Hhulesale pretensions put forth in 1

i a not, from conviction ..orchoice residents the United States'owe their deliver-; would with the rod ut His vengeance 1 it. tb-y! must suppose that SCOTT fought everyiAi,f "

I. 9 lndcnedljt it was untenable.. .. sate from tars act of cruel! proscription to the and implore humbly His prostrate myself visit before Him, and whipped everyoWf, (ingte handed and alone)' I tern
At this stood at an i immeasurable mercy, to our favored from .
principles and policy of the democratic .' the Leopcrdoatrl down
distance, boldly dismaying ''these part r land with WAR with PESTILENCE, with t i hit overthrow ::1
pioneer ,ideas of monarchy. since that time, distrust foreign cit FAMINE, with ANY SCOURGE, other than of Wsxsrn and FotxosX at the late Whig its :
We izen has constituted a ch!racterstic! of the MILITARY RULE blind and C onvention it is DOt denied that br
next find ttye two elements of association or beadles! SCOTT has don
} ,' themselves whig party audits managers f and this distrust enthusiasm for mere MJHTAKT good military service ::1
manifesting in the United has been'openly and renown. i ; bat are of those who. believe
States Constitutional Convention boldly proclaimed until Henry Clay's speech at Baltimore, May 13 18 38. that for
with theirantagonistic recently when in despair of his suceeasea, he is largely" indebted to the, b-.
success, they ties
Matforys Life oj Clay.pdge M 7.
The aristocratic parties br completely organized have been compelled to dissemble and again mental ability and personal hrarerf of their roujJ ( d
for party contending pretend to recede. So general bal been the "No North no JJcain,no'East,BO West under the him in his difierent battles all the glory of gaining,
government prith powers beyond popular hostility of distinguished whigs to the liberalily Consdtation ; bat a send maintenance of the common which is so Immodestly claimeJ for Iea
control President bLDc.
a for life
bond 11
; a controlling of our naturalization laws and and tree devotion to the common broths
so common end will
Senate for life, Hln a hood.FJC ere long point out nunuroo
property qualification I ly expressed, that of the '. ; gruw errors of
many candidates C
which should ditilu.uish' li them above any con offices ore fact,In this basing of bis"moving accUenub/ led..
siderable the important now. and ,it necessary at 11 I now hesitate bc weea'extrddina'the .
nuraberjof ,people, bud exclude ; beginning or 'their period of residence !
m, all buta' very'fortunate\ 'Jew from the Senatorial their former expressed'electioneering view on this to subject recant 'acts'of before natuaUza'Uon'iand'4.. .total sxnu.of all 87 Extract o(a letter written by a friend ia New
dignity. This was the Cocgresa as the'aobjeci. JT jaind-Indinea York
highest : ,
position August 19th 1853.
Abe wjjiji candidate
for the
Presidency i* a latter. tai
could then ; fiqOTT.
they take with
cess. It proved to be little any chance of: suc :good illustration oftbe xntiroent and policy r ., .. ,My Dear Sir:-+Eft" thing looks right here for
a too high; but it of' hi* party; At first ne opposed the I i the success of ticket. ;
cost A'sternuous effort of the democracy to de- wa to lee.t' @ttitraate. tso. oar There is not a per efeatkooiasra
: esy,:enfranchisement ot foreigner from+ principle Hon.D. R. for SCOTT, but
fen it.'Vic. addrespedi.. Sco't club and on the contrary the utmost (01:1
t :, : question of !Ur lied States Bank so clear Native and American'burning indignation. When,the read a letter from 8. F.WiOMWais;United States eoobesa. The Democrats are.united and sanguine:,I I
I party sprung up rank and Senator at Wtihinjtori m which '
ly illustrates the character and objects stid WATI writes: The anpt tad
oftljewhig p
grew" heutfemed,to perceive that he might I have e'I',
, consideration.party,that It it;. deserves a more particular rise fast gad,,h on its t'i-1a ibis -Y-JsacIa'declared,--'ll 11 ItIU!1iM' ftt iaot 1.1 aeema. from the above.extract,u a well ,i =
Jays the '
aristocratic allots
element oa wkielti the! ; declared" JxloiroscTiptive tr.mtGI'1 Airrifll teW asc fall itAppoaauaeat 1tlq other sufficient evidence; the t> tSoathera Bute ,
Ii which it must party be is based, and by. when this lUiJ rai .acsuciatioQ Ckie6ad Ohio,-DNlr +4" : W only that an I fifd with the-n irn.rii../8twrt, i
necessarily y governed
is ,64th' .' ejan-etid W caw:no hope of ue- i and detet.lned to veto .It, the ,
at beJfau
essentially an arjclocrail' institutibnrimd .ceNrtMereibtt >I *&j Amell. box-the talT ego
its designran'd'efieet. are tojtive controlling newrpotltioa*'pr'etdd9ted'toeeale.iIi";. aad. took' a, I II Mr., Harrell. Democratic C adidlt far Cos plume a not likely to get eyeD the State of the man f t. \; larg

r power to the first great aristocratic Interest I: ,The acquisition- 'of additional territory.such i iI I will address bs feUow-cuizea u ala fcCowtog pjaeec8u xbo fwnll upon the Convention will be a
of the country nbdio bring all the industrialinterests a* bAl AagtctiB, \t' trail niisgo,ladecdor the
I beea'ecteotuil w the interest of the Monday ? : 6. lose of any one otht darn Iawuu
in servile'de .
under l lI ,
A lit
ndenf country, has.ficeGA point olcl Talatka, Wednesday, :" ,States an4 -
I tie reflection will jdiscofefto all why this moentic'poIlc1 i Orange < ,.i'' '., 8. great especially' of New York,settles the 14th
proJ'ct and dprinpf.Tbarsdajr *
a distiaguiftbedcAaracteristicofibe '
: 9. .
raised parly. past hope against the
between The two great parties so This policy has J.a".been the Ocala, Satardav.' i' 11. "padlock' candidate. uaatH
tierce a conflict,;ami'why millions wrre expended opposed by Tamps W .
i. .
L{ Florida y 15.
party. Texat
antagonist .
its Very like {;
I' for P3 pttuit1. California and New Mexico have been annexed 6parksman's. rTh.,.. IS. a "Cavill II =
Its continuance'was, claimed Its friend emsndo C. H.. Sa1udar" Mae
: by encountering;the- same hostility and 18. Eom. :-Mr. CASIU.
; dispuia-
I in
I onr the ground that institution Fleminfton, Taeaday,. accept g ij
; an ol the kind ,the 91. so
bly to. .deusocnscy the country owe the tae Whig ncmination
was Mkaoopy, a
w evincive
necessary to 'regulate the currency.- annexation of these II Wednesday, 22.
Now to'regulate.?;it must have'power to indtopeosable territories ewBansville, Friday 34. of much study, oi the author in its
co o- and u> a' the new impulse which i* given to New JUrer, framlDI-
troVandthe e
Sstwday, alter
means 25. abundantly
ofaffectinjt the'kind and evtirydepartmelt oi industrial enterprise. glorifying himself view of

quanta, it is r'of currency'use With thi power In two war..the same anlHiemociatie party 17 Mr. MAXWZU,the Democratic candidate for hi* altitude to bis pony, he with sufficient dis > '
plain that It
! :hint! It is a maxim, woold iu political control every* ha* shown itself: >&nt.Ameracan. It ha* ben Coofreas,will address the dtizcM of fit.Aigostiat, tinctness gives i us member to know his cooeciotuness -

'I verified ; by a thousand economy' found in both opposed, to our own government oa Meoday next.CT of the vantage ground their lag!
practical facts,
ii)u power that thai and,exerting itself to cripple It*energies.trieedt During nomination
: f um absolutely controls controls the the circulating the late-British war the enemies were encouraged Mr. Senator! .-It will be area, by acknowledge boa to posses*; he adro '

I nnd the price of labor Nuw value of'property.r- by effort to divide'tbe Union and reference to late Congressioaal proceedings,that this lily endeavors however,at the came time by il'J

. rter.bankr with this jrclI"lJd"aDdPdQ taoa- by the hope that. friendly party would *e* gentleman ia dory miodfal of the fntemri of his a modest disavowal of his ova merit 'CO.dia- gZ a
oin power, an d.it under the Dgeri cure the rein ol government;and in the Mexican --we notice that uW coastftaents arm or divest such proclamation of
control telf-cuffi
i of u war the infatuated rule of that following iaporUnr.
of directors coUntry ap j ,
core self
: interested offensive
propriations for cleats any
with improvements in tendency
bound were encouraged to bold out withunaccuoota-' oar particular j bf ascri
il no of sym'tby with the people,alt the! ble lion of the State,have been see. burg thu Last ooejtpeetad :
industrial interest, and industrial. '. peraeverecce by unpatriotic cpeeche and' procured by kit eu mire* ,though not trstrlo shad
t classes are publication of American statesmen the MEwlj. ISJDfXt for distinctioo wholly to a great
brought, ;;mty bondage to,this organized ran fifliaf in Et. -Aajwiw SeaWall or those who bare generosity,on the t k
American ,, pan .
aer a. and ) conferred
pre i I .f5/)00 for it-after
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t to coupe *hici -elicited to applauso- -ofbe "The ,1a1iduf circum .' .1- rCoZkrr's. --- A.
tractory o U the f : ..f t.1. '' i ., ,2'U ', ,
: ; tlbik < ;
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ibe kto'dse land .
greatest ** court leY.W" t i stances reruarktble. ;The friends of Gra' .
,.f-t AV.Iofel;o?: jsratUlide wbicb we do'I' bam were,moat "Dd.detemsined the 1 t. .. \ TtHrtw of tie power ***** iacac bJ Jaw..I, B jta* the power T ledia --by-bwr ;t
"isks to be HIOtid reaay: but we 'bee I'I'otlesPNt State anzioyp carry Sal shag expos*,lor sale brfc*.Uw Court'Hoes*in shall expose fer sab tefim the Cert'VoaJe t
at thii election ig order to prove the tM clay ,ofBu Acgastis*, oa the first', MoodsjrofJanaary to &M city of $,. AMBKJ the t3rs
r bier tob 'ftfi*" 'th t wa hire oitber'forgot .a ? Weaday ./
Jtreogth of their reOrfe{ ,and give their Whig ,1853,the following described property orsoraaca Jaacwiy,1853, die foihisg.described proerty
*enfew'b. ol mont'je field at'bettle 1 ,nor ilsatt a
;tarrtlrrr,trf t allies else where some a thereof u.wpl'pay the Sate:lad cowry a mach tberecf a will prey the Slate -.a eM-it
*tfea totboso who were tttfleri from I .
ItfeBJNftiaa* WO t cllGebe g The campaign for the mr0i1abd.contlcleoct-.1': use. and ih*:eteaiarf ezpensee d_thereoa.' ,'1:...taaoeiary apeimsss duoa,6emL" .

oat" Wes warmly;.eoQtejted.arx} .. 189 acres third rate bad en.UaD Uu.J. .. da rate land aataa.d' 0 rialtos
leioi.eA That .
of this
copy commuaf ance of the .X ter". .The.report* now receiwd' aeamadtbSCkvolying stt1 ta.Htie M.>awa K-.Jri..1IeU an. ..aM .
+lsraoatiatai. caled. to Gen. Ptertx. tend to efiow tliaUhe vote cast was larger than ship b e Afls 90 coat and R' .section 4 lien-&S.township JJ 1Daai. riagt ea t.t. Oneida

." KuW .Wtiebeae :reeoIutlpns were read by CoU at-any former", d. It therefore-cannot be towssfaips south.nap.east JoeIbIe taXP4 asMI taxed.nd advertised for tas psyroe.t of. faT

last > aosaL' NOJIBWI',Liter were ecdurscd:bj the roost en- said that ,the rrsaU if owing,to the lukewarm .- --- a4vnta foe aea Bcyaeat f:taxes'for years*1848 d year 111M. Alt sa.aed. IDr. J.8 ss peI.4tLfa. .
thueiu&Icttid vpontanouwt burst' ( app baUon ness of the Wfifjjs but must be attributed to a -' :DT..l lI'8 t L8BeBlI& ._ '49.'Oaad 1851r Ab, assessed for 1853;..per : finial LUnless .

,trod Ma : change in tho views of tb6 electors. War therefore BT.AVBJWOTI,Acactt S3,A.p.1859 A..U 685S. additional Barter 3.Ualess .. : fsale. i taxes and ezpease are paid b day of .'.
awkwftrd.Uma N>Vbea.put to she reoeiJc .tbey were adoptedby taxes aid expenses are paid WoN fey .
Rfiid is
tar that Iba:election of most re* ALL Jfisssas.fa good sr..ai*fespeet&Dy it '
ty oae universal yea, and entered upon the* mark blr, ah unerring indication cI! a ricbt fated to be pmsat.ca the dtb, .ves bet eat..' CANOVA.SIIeriI"u.luGlWo B. B. CANOVA.Bieriff sad ex effide
ad records. feeling in North Carolina,'and a ;cheering au.J mJt with th!>tad toer Lodges that.expected ta .B. Tax Arseasair lAd C Ueeters.'.O. Tu*. IOI'' *******
t The BwsocbUons adjourned tit two o'clock to gury Of the success ot the Democracy at join ia a Mssoale cetrbtstfioa cf tbol eratenaial amai* lac,, Jane i g518 ':

(acewtliiiggpg' I dinner, and the company, with their Invlirdfftieci Presidential 'election.1..-[ :.Obtener. I venary of the Initiation istol& rsienlty; of the iI- .- ..laB Tax COILt ors Eel:. 't

*,a sit down to a bountifully supplied table,I Ilii4J.ahe huukMn MFsuisr of his Coeatrr TberswiUbenprscesBkMt.aa 1I.Uce ?* 01 tIle pOww vested hi ae by law IsfaaJlezposefbrssIebefofvtheCoertHoasoia .
i ". \, best manner,bl one ol hew Horn-: Judge B. F Purser, formelr, of Tuscaloosa, .U"toad a Baaoastoa the occasion.By hereby t>* toaD etcditonsad all partkseoa '

b t pt"b?fe'i beet tandl rds. has written a letter, which 1s publishedJn the order. It ecrad say way iaterecteii ia. tbs Emote of *J>* city eI Sfc Atffutise.the first Monday of .
Fe :
tt At'the bead c+tbo table tat Gen.Pierce and, Huntsville Democrat declaring most positively D. B. PUKHAM, &cutay.tie. Joseph W.Miles ISM Taiairn coaaty.deeessed, JU1IUJ', ',1853,. the IOUowiDc described property or

at the other end was Co!. Beymvur, Uovero be will cot support the nominees be Whig .Mali. ibat:tbs ezpiiadn of six BOMBS from the date 10 ID' uerafac will pay the State aM11

or of Connecticut, After the meats and del)* party. He looks upon Srott as being opposed From Pkolata 18 emits dl.sacs to St.AngBsuae.. hetvoCI shall apolf.nrt&e tel Probate forth. taxes sad aseway pxpeasea du. ,

stint Lett M r, each bad been amply discussed,Cub Cleraen -, .0 true Btaste Sovereignty! *--Frank Pierce, the Axamslloadsys sad Tkoraasys II A. 4. 'coojur f P uum sfaremW for a. fiaalsettietaeatofsay. @ne Town Leta the dry ofBt Aj wttneow-

;' addmsJcjc Gen. Piers, oaid: '1 rise to Judge says, is all that any true Slates Eights D ,sad Wedaesdsys 18.1.. aceonus wada stid.s4 a dlacha soAAd. JaW a.. eitaatal.s .C
otef J.
bas w.1ef1'nffffr ***** MM -- { w. Swimsey. and kadlag diraot
perform pleasing duty. 1 am mstruetedsir, man could. require.&.. Georgian.tT ',Ci U A.M-. '. ,
CHAPfiiANAdmr.; Irsoo toalotoffeter JDJada
'.. BENJAMIN P.Reaches. nClu-d by .
-, reasalutionCu1. Cieui
; lo c'"
l J "1jieatj.J:8I'Ofq, a D"above regions, at the We have received the first dA,'.proceed- TlC May 24J..1859.. Beset. Double! taxed and advertised for noo-
tats of tbo Free Soil Convention ,JIBTEA dN .. payment of taxes for yew'jSg'-aad'aj, Al.o
Pittsburg ;t r-
e coieJU.'OD of which Gen. PJeice arose evftkmtly !" $ kt 01tIDA CjJ.1i'd.Wal.&T FLOaiDA 7 des,a from New Tack 90 assessed for 1853
W 'to be an out:and-atit abolition affair.It S. atrpet"AhtPmaljiaz _
much a&vtcd.and lolho language of proves T bales Har 80 bbls. Flour, 6 bbd ,tfugar Unless
the oasn Master,wElv Jt a trip to 0u Anpssda* oa taxes and expeases are before dsy of
had at last dale a committee busily at work P
the !heart, returned his most stocere thanks Friday the 17th Bepteoiber lasc,sad leave tfoc Char 15 bbte..Crarkart.60 sacks Salt,and 184 pack. -;. .
"t11'wsrd'aksa .\ for tho noble vindication of nets which. be on n platform. One enthusiastic orator propose lesion the nand j. pea 10.8.&.C&rr1".bo "''A. Burt," Sundrypackages' a. '..CAHQVA.'Ii uda-alr.
to tbetASMsJlalslA acid be had freely rendered, with no other obr that it be so high that no one con jump off B.'A.gs+ttite.. &st6. J8 .' .. :to Burti ItU? ,"and.-<4ber Tax Axaesaor and Collector.*.I.: .

led ihan that ot serving country lle'fqage. without breaking his n ck. How folks are toXIua ,
| wWnilof l rtuf allucion to bin Mexican service andjn. dues not appear.Watertaten Jrffcnotia To Seat. \. :. 1'0 LET', I Tai Caiiecfear Sale.yriraeof .
the Hone and Kkdkeaea Jot eoQtsla&f'
( $ paid a high tribe e to the wurth fend TH BMETIT or A Douir.-Tbe Detroit Ad' THE PICOLATA HOUSE latelyocbrliein Adwell'Mf of ground Will be leased a for the term, tbs power vested fa ae by.. I
' IgNryarctin 1.gallantry aDd Col.'Btetotoe.' \ PIed &T Mrs. EBB Tho a.ovsb ia '. Iba1I foe '
l' of Major Stephens! pond of twelve stunted expose ale balers Iw .( u.
Writer 'It is therefore with hetiia- .T&opremises are the
and tud. ssy>: rouse ..order:fentKbd! Ute and pcotesioa DI' the C of&
in clnD
aagai Mr. Clemens was cs fed out, a ; AapMiae sa the tint lUo"J or
> west side of'the-river tit. Stbastiaa. cad bon
ion that we affirm as own settled belief as
( .JaL
: ,i lei 10 tbe slanders circulated in reference lo immediately. ,Jfefirieace. "". to a bmily withosi 'cW1. Mrs.H ahams place adjoining- blot Col. Hsmpb- 18$3, the following; described so
that Michigan, Indiana, and Wisconsin '
U Pierce, said after complimenting ho officers are drea. Apply to desirable sitastkm moth thereof as will pay 'tlsa8gta .propertym7 tn-
'1 : reyt It b a, very for keeping
sure Scott. '
ely JOt f B. E. CAHR. es and the
aud soldiers of ttte 9ib rejjimeul for their : necessary expenses doe teieo.
much cows and poultry and foe*land for a ganeov
Free Press
Detroit thus
*U"w bravery If any man should! roil him that Gen. To which the \ replied: -September 4.1853. For terms spplf at this office. 660 acres third rate had sssrncJ to tbi heirs of

4. t* Pierce was afraid of any living thing, or was There Is some hope for you. This ii the ; Pt'ocl U... June 19,1f532. Sebastisa Espmoss,above the head of North Rita,
r. t 9th drat time we ever knew you to 'hesitate! Lying psrUy ia secooa 49. I 8.
not the bra yeat of the bravo of tbo gallant township 3. K.
berebyr that ELECTION
as k" ; teases prwP"ry f '. lee should consider U. his duty tu tell such'a about telling an untruth: NOTICE thro lwattiw jiren State an of Flstida Toa Colectors& nap SO east,sad section 39.township 4 sovth,ranee
iii tei it Las ,on of the 39 east. Doable taxed and .
t belled vntae power vested ia me bylaw tshsl advertised for son p.,
: person Monday,November Sd.proxlmo.for Efectenr of President i By for sale before the neat of taxes for 18 0aad 1851.
BeuUments and speeches were also made The Trenton True American slates that 'the and Vice President of the United & Nam- Coot Hocse ia uw Alas. sssessed. for
by Col. hands of a large manufacturing establishmentin be chosen,, .,' : city of fit.Atstsdoa oo the las Monday of Jaaurr, '18I'.pft-.cLlilioallill.
witb tOemi, complimentary find responsive cymour her to /
.Ir r f Newark, who formerly! voted tbe Whig ticket the this1 1823, the following described property,or 10 mach Unlrts taxes and expeasesan paid before day of
at ia Tallshsssee
,Col.! Gorman,Major Lolly MajorYbfp Done Capitol, 10th .
dtl sale
e r thereof a will. the State sad cooaky taxes sad the '
jile arid others. Tbe teast, like ihu meeting, ,'will this fail: vote for the Democratic nominees. i. day 01 Aapst,A. D.. 1858.- pay dee thereoa. R. a CANOVA Sheriffaad '
jiu 1 astral.iaty .' ot the and neeestsr/expenses ea-ofll
The prodrietors Rtntgh THOS. .
and .
will BROWN Gsvetiur.By
harmonious interesting,
was taW asseised 'aZ
ceo rate land to FrsadsJ.Arice.beiAftLeBoeM Assessor
shalt and R.e .Iron Furnace at Danville, Pa., have run the Governor-Attest: acres and Collectorv. a.j; c.
the '
loreotien by generous
not coon I Vista tnet, and lying ia June, 26, 1853.
1 taaR.W ,swat brave hearts of the Ninth or by those who received up the Pierce and J Jt ng flag. They want ho C W. DOWNING. sections&S%pd 49r township 9 sooth, range a? etst. .- ,
.; more bumhuggcry about protection.r-/temt/ Aug. 17. !t8.5 Sure,_/SUU. ... I
t1Oft their hospitality an guests. ) I Doable taxed and.advertised for BOO payment of axes Tax CoUeetor'f Hals. ,
Altar this followed au original song,received ,' :i ea for 1847. '48..49.. '50. aid 51. JUso assessed inw of- the 1.
I ors fur. from iiiss Anna Bishop,cousin to the late CoU! The ravages of.the army worm at the South METROPOLITAN HOTEL; ., Additional List' for 1853.Ualess BY expose for power sale before tnrConrt me Hate by law

fi we katirrI Uausomdedicated to tuu tfficcrsof the ninth are said to be quite unprecedented. It has 'UROADWAtf, taxes and expenses are, paid before- day dale. the city of tit. Augustine on the that Me dav ia ia

rugifneut.-ttai. cut off all General Scott prospects in North October.18 2.the following described t .
I ; Catolinn. Georgia, Louisiana, and Tennessee, HEW YORK. .R. B. CANOVA SheriKaad ez-o much thereof as will pay' the State property and orto I

'' From the Cincinnati Enquirer.A and it it said that'he will not get moro than The Melropnlitan will be .completed and fix A.and Collector' j,c. taxes. and the necessary expenses des thereof county :

oho half a crop of votes: ,in Kentucky. opened for tbe reception .Company, September June 16, 18.5i. 16O third land k"; 1
Hone ill Auotber Color."TiHiWtugs First. Price of Board Two Dollars day.SIMEON acres ate assessed to C. and G. \
of Nils4c have bocn'.encased In trying to .SID& Clarke being the one balf of on* .tract, the whole I
There Is a grest dal, meaning in the fol. LELAND &CO;?, tract.. !
Gen. Pierce .fliuaJJ gaatrd to C. and G.'
IsI inflame c.tbohc"utea against Chute. 1
you lowing words ol Frank. Pierce : will be made t* die General)
raorauToas. APPLICATION UM other t
half is reamed Mr.
by Jacob
which Mkaiersonthof
that the Htute in
tbe circumstance its
hum at next sestuta for an
I fur e lie 1 resides1 is Democratic and has nn illiberal Tho Democratic party sent its delegation to August 38th 1853. act smendstory of the charter of > Mantle and sad bosodlag on Meses.ersefc being fa seetioii
Mot be. Catholics Baltimore, nut alone to nominate candidates Railroad G, township 3"1&.range 30 east. Double taxed
constitution forbiddm ,
provision in its but 'to reutiirm principles, and to prevent the NOTICE U hereby gives that application will be company. ad advertised for DOD payment of taxes for
c uveiy ut bold office. And the effort bus been Aaptl ;'I .. 3m. yarn
to the next session of the General Assembly 1849.'60. and '51. Also ,
which the should 185 1
cuiivuss u
i taw siuti made aud is now making, in the lace of the leading issue upon or rue State of Florida for n'City Charter tor the additional list. per

w fuct that Gen. Pierce exerted binwlt to havu be unductuS'At I town of Palaika in Putnam. County-or for web so Ynlaa&Se Land for Sale

the obnoxious provision wiped Irum the Coudilution. act of incorporation for said Town ssis usual andcostom.ry HE subscriber oQmibr sale a'traCt'C land eoa. Abe, .
j r dn J, the immense Dem II I -vr;,. to toke at NewburgJbbn Van Buren declared .
i mretinp a Ira.i Cloth.the other 15O 'J
do with their Sin.N ,
Ir I ml, r lust )f414 \ What will there same whigs' I that there was no longer any Fit* Soil. party .85lJ.. ": tlms.iniks bc.-f1eo1atawi known acres is trtaraed by c uwr;aH of which iesunted .

,,. +aJliauk.. \ favorite candidate for Vic p.idc'nl..Gra- ttfitmiic the 'Democracy or-tha Mtato. cf Now oUt r Scillccaeal sir d 1BIsc PNOTIC.Iia as dM-Heertss*'Oraat." on Manunta river. ; being srctkwr: 33V iq"i 9. "

6 Lana NvrtlCarolina wbtn they' leen that York fur nil the abject of the party having :t tt" aiyea.tJau.1ia scd aftrr ..AsasU psftioa. si
lwtawli \., Nnrtil\ vteitw, exists in the Constitution 81 bt* n accomplished' :whs' now no lunger present sari foal accoent as Execa- nock sad tiwarap-tbe remainder is Pine land witha I'HOB psyment of taxes for years 1849,'60,ad'fil ,

.L +a btKNrlv4Aae I ; ; t-'WIM! 11CJ.rt that. Mr. GrI ;, any, ntvcssity fur its ;,existence. Tula the toarmour tor of the Estate of ftatoaift Lopes deeestd to the heavy growth of pIae trees'.thereoa.GE&QNIttQ. Alw assessed for.1853...per additional. list.Unlrts ; 'j.j.I

hum. abllutd' not besup) ( I t- rs t V\ ill they say stint be slmuld not lay aDd allowance! and_.ask.for my foil.discharge from July 3"t.l sale.

In'Id rcniionkibla Jur this clause being retained Ellen Craft, the Macon FUlfil lYe. the Exeeuronfaip of said Eetaie-ead I shall st the I, R.B. C NOV A.ariff sod ez offic ,
\ In ihe old Whig bialu of North Carolina T The Th Journal and 'Messenger tif the 25iti lust., same time apply for authority to tarn ovr,abet portion notice to Limit Creditor&c.LL "Tax Assessor and Ceflectcr.s. i.e.
r t ate firs bed article ut thee Constitutiuu of North& Cuio- MY'Vet under.luudhal the celebrated Ellen. of the assets of said Estate(the only portion remaining 4. persons indebted to the Estate of Peter C. JaasS,18A2.An 1I i I
M J j% i 4 Zylstra, hue of Su Johns County, deceased
lint provides as totlo e: I ,Crati. ibe fugitive'slave, belonging to Ur. in my handi) ss was bequeathed by the will make .
taNrnttbaisr abo.hall den the being of God excited interest of said deceased her nephew Cheries Downing are requested to payment witbovt delay: And "
No ticrson ) t Collins, of Macon, who so much to further notice is given that all'debts and demands of Ordinance to explain certtrix wm of ten Ortinoxe 'i
1.1 TliKTRUTH OF THE PROTESTANT REUU10N in Boston, two,1'earsll&o,and who had the tfegui. MATUEWdOLANA.ExeeiUtr.. whatever astare against said Estate,mast be exhibited prohibiting forte sad Cattle fan r ;

whtCtts1 or the VatlnellborIlY" of anther the| honor III tMS cuuducled through the Crystal 28th 1852. within two years fern this dale; and all Creditors, silt et large tciikin U* City *f & Agst&. .

tin uWbIp' Old or the New Testament or who shall bold'Kligious Pulaco at London, during the karat Fair, upon St. Aigastine, Aagoat Legatees sad persons entitled to dktribadon who shall Be U Ordained ty the Ms**sled ALkrsvn of '!

: 1 mratI principles incompatible with tbe tree- the arm ot (ho Chairman of the Executive Probate Office St. Jokes Co.&,. nt present their claims and dema&ds within the said Ox City of KL Avgtstiw, That the Ordinanceprohi
'' $ digit and .a tbo Mate shut! be capable Ommittce, who slighted many fair representatives period, will be forever barred. t g horses and cattle from going at large '

I war ol bidding any nffico or trust or profit, in tbe c.tlhu Caucas=ian race to pay' his de- AUGUST 31st, 185SNOTICE. AU bdaittess relAting to said Eltate will be tnasae- r within the city of Su AagBstiac be foamed. ss I

11J coo civil department of tliis Btate. tows to this interesting chambermaid, has voluntarily AU persons of color residing hi the ted by my Attorney. E. B. Gould Fjr.. to subject sore banes sad Cattle an.y; within Mnr,
ells' a Will the whigs Ml us wrat! Mr. Graham has gone into the service of an American of !& Johns who are within the scope EL1ZABLTH ZYLiJTKA.Adrar. after described boondar to s fine,that 8i.' at

.done to have this article stricken from the Con. gentleman and lady, upon condition. thai they of the subjoined Act of the General Assembly of St.AognstiBe,Jaly 17th..1853.; 8wks Urge withiq tba City. TU: Witai t&r Ctr Gates .

mutton ol his State 1Vet ho>e they wout wM: bring her back to her owner here. Florida,are hereby noti&Vd that they most withcst .th.I..t the lot of the U.& 8c mania Bsmek
( .Ittu7 all ao.wer't once. We would respectfully suggest tu Mr. liar. delay,'comply,with its reasirements I. smstter of I ,THE, SQUTHRN CUt TIV A TOR. North sad within any nan of the river on the Eastside
J Gnsrdisos> or they will each and all. in : A TaL Jo1TaN.YOTD
riot Befcner Stowe, that the i incident in the selecting to any pan of tie Western shore of Mans
failure( thereof be presented to the nexl/3and Jury of TO A8&1C17U11u iosncctTros ABO
Sanchez Creek of said City.
The Wilmington, N. C. Herald does not attempt life of Ellen Croft furnishes abundant materialout for misdemeanor.O. The General Interests of the 8Mda.DAtUEL
said cc aty Passed ia Council
sot tfsjrl7lB53.
,_ to disguise the matter at all, but acknowledges .1 of which, with her tfcuf.itategiaat+oa, she .U.B1tEY8.1Idae of probate.8estox J. MEDIGES
1 bttl taPttI that the election has terminatedeoiartrjr I elaborate a romance as interesting and LEE M.D.,&. EMANUEL Dx .
I I .night lie Sntt and
St il ejected If Tern.
1. Mayor Pro
r I D. BEDMONDt Aston a .
and much to Uncle Tom'. Cabin.
to its expectations very truthful as
.. u /fsttse ./BepnttnUti**V ti*State s/Florida in Attest
its expectations d very much to its surprise ----- General JLunMf enatntd That farm and after Published oa the.Cm of every month at Angosts,Ga.. CUI. lkau Clerk of the CoaneiL

I and mcr/dosfto% *. It say*-'We shall deaurve.ucoessive From the SsvsDoah Georgitn. the &JUII ze of this Act.free,negroes and free moist at the low rate of -
drubbings unless the whigs profit Bank of St. liar,.. toes'over the age ortwein years shall be reojvired to ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. A.relJ..".. to cusej&d. aa er-
lM : by Ww expdrieaee ol' the .past, and pursue aA" We find the following card ut'lhe have a pardiaa.'wbo may be selected by the free ce prebi&tSlas Howcaaad

difenftt course to the future.' ot the abovu institution' in the Alabama Jwr- negro or free mmlatto.sad in case each free negro or TERMS. Cattle from folss tot large within

f The Su Louis the real: free children thai be minors aKa ths age of ten On Corr.roe year. 01; Sa Con OM year. 95; the CUT' .f_.. AIlplaU.e.
il i.a Idt t Wteswtri- Republican Box or St I"ay'l.-For the information of years it sasU be tawfol for tbs father mother ;as TwMTT-Frrt Corns ODe J'ftl.I2O; On .Htmasa S.lt ky 1M iIICJar cudAleame* oftie .

-. lesdtttC whig paper,1:2)8- and have the creditors of the Bank of St. Mary's I subjoin the cue mar be.todwoseafBMditafor tbo sass. CorD oss yosr. $ City ef 8U Avgustixe, That i i' shall also
pl t Tbe battle has been fought, we a condensed statement of its condition on and la aQ rasa whatever, tbs pensa cbosea for AU. tjOneriftmne SMS* cost** ** mink lie r.Inu. be ... for the City Marshal, to repgrt to the

f been veryviami lately beaten. There is no : .,ibe.SSd of April last, when it suspended pay guardian, aball pjbcfort JIat cadge of Probate eGeoasty THE CASH SYSTEM will bo rltfdJj adhered to. Mayor, tbo owner or keeper of any horse mars,

via r useof coaspkiamg. over what cannot. be rente- ,nent, an t of' this condition\ on the ISth July ta which beTor HM .,redds,sad It shall bo ss 4 ta air esss Rill the paper be seat talus die moay CWiaj colt or male, sod also soy cow, heifer
1k 'd .' about 80 days subsequent thereto. the duty of-the JcJ t of Probat,if ht shall U sat- sceoiapaL&ies the order. baU.l! ox or calC found raaaisg at large within 'the

i. .Wof t ptea, Britf end Pidty.-The editor of the Rodney, I On the SM of April, its entire indebtedness, lulled U to the a of. pstsoa-Iin a eer- Addrfss _WM. 8.JONES, Aagarta,Go., the City of St. AnfasUao; eontrsry to the provisions -
alder bitl' eal gu. Mississippi, whig paper say*-- outstanding its petsoa
HeUcW" *
circulation deposits
Including ; Jatsfsea el r..baitcmndTeuteea of
Cattle from going st large city Su'SSsseTia
nab lef t. iW. ant QtrijEoing to turn democrat, but ft. checks &., wu $488,888 64. On the 18tb. of chosea as geardaa. vSee. o. &ellee..a6'Ie1' .
; .. a& A
That '
3. & HJrthr sjoidia a
i L* for'su Uioiaj{.wo.- oIL we. cannot, and .frill". My*the entire indebtedness (es bran ag awry of fret. negroes ft 4rt*taalsttsea shall. havt power NEA&t1ftIwP-tM a'p,_ ,;11zk, CoancU February Tab 1H47.
al ,o fff 1t1l. ; fvrmtflMity) was 0251,115 S31 ttau.dhiba- = 7. MEDlCEtf ,
to sw for sad ,vtafa! eadi ssaa*of saoaey sso onr of E.J. do Msyor Fro Term .
*w** <**l 1* jee
** *mma t' ( tjng a redemption, in eighty days, of no let a any h rear bo4 *taa'-Usacb. fit*Btff ,-frroasj&tto Sebools bf the dagab} iscinted .adToi- '- Attest, \

tt.1.I. A TAU PitOef5erttl" Scott, who has been sum than$**4 773 SOwhich dues not include ,sad shU .nths ssat, eootroi rcr+ each .touch #(cPro&is*...tWa -CUAL BAAOE1l.' e.. .., .. .,
t1k a l >r at tll'% blip crib for some furty* nearly '1U0A0+f of'my own small change'bills, free aepoesrwfnr ipliWoea, aa .is pewc cf byPassed foam ef At report nqstind by-.bw V br csado.by 1'

14 lunar yeas,, receIed! duriug that .ttne| an aw that bavojmea prompUy iedemd in taat po- .._ : > : .II ecperiaieadtata of Scaoohi :dydriapeesa Billiard Table aad Tea Pla ..Alley '

.I. .4aioad. .' era t.@l,''t1tL, as tijBtfgrtsIftwtuatirel dud at protested.l .ae 4hsvsb! of Rtplcseittatfves July Salt tai asd.aha.blaalcIiamama.ss; AtbeMsgnolii .fietiesijopea; thmighovi tlio-

/ sad /fir" &I 1aroes[ no longer I embrace this opportunity renewing 'my 1848 pwaed,tiA-BtnateJBly '70 1849. Appoiaitd gibsd hy bwto boBtadoto thea bJ thoTraotiesHe ,

alto tbai t tis 'anybiiQ In receipt cf Ida assurances to the public, that ray efforts shall by the. GoTemor,Jassarj 8t&'&- .t the avers! IUstrlci& aJiD Jbriranied ta each NOT S9 ao48tf 8. Mitt AW DA.IB .

bh 114 la,tied full jiey pdytniium, was aa apply continue unreraitted to redeem the issues of Jadfif efPn ate ajeopyolthe School laws of the .8'itSC& .

catted befere Cea rt Kor the benefli of theg the tank-.and Jbal to far from Its being insolvent .I'41 BS"J,ABall 8143.;Batt to lib tio>e,only eight c.a\S1t9.fa' tike HEREBY GIVEN. U all Ctttft**. ..

UnlUl Beaton act,all that bo had bten a it will bd able ithin a reasonable time, WILL attend everyday (Saadara excepted, at 8tsthanrepert4,socausaatktiM.chik2re,with Lentees fc others iateitslsd b aba Estate 0r-
bats 1 t ia Canada a u not able to doa to redeem, at par, its entire liabilities her good I my Offics ia the eeot HOI estii ta* let dy ofOcabir La t&ekGntits to their paper shares l ta the iaterestof Henry JOoeao lass of ds. Jobas Coarjr..
a IcbDoI Fend which is by law tW M dbrdbated
liu next for tIM psarpossoC edkctiaa the Htstt that on the expiration of six Months from, the dsto
tbrirt aedve" Hit,pettUoa reported. againstH assets, amounting to SMTV Aaa doable kef ixdebtcdiuu lo-
\ load coeaty taxes&i 1053. oa hereof;I will apply to De.. Frobsles forth
may.'ybe will 1
It is that this notice etc are
f ,.e.rII
after 1st October win U Jobasftferecaid. fern final settleiaensof
sebject of St.
Is a pretty well paid\Jenersl;; but not the attention of all such editors, as may be disposed All mnpsid taxes sale. Coutty '
with said Estate and
ttfaag coat vkb UM 'pil. he is* pocketed, besow to guard the people against the sacrifice to levy.,abcniIt..d E. B. CANOVA eriffaad exJSsto et CI'fa7 Coasty in the State may pt their proper .dtor raj secoeats thereof a diseharfa as .

i Ii after the chfec civil alai Lon of' of tbo notes of the Bank of Si. Uanr'a.JOSH Tax Assessor ts i Collector s.J.c. ..'the disoihetioa sibressid saosLeanMsdy ro- FRANCIS BRIDIER :.daw.Sa. .

tbt'bsrialrtrw lab will dive* one ltuarlntawdtisUsrs G...WtxTUU 8u AagtKias I1a.t gmesti these JadfesofProbttr,who havoAotdoae soetftabs A. "eInaq a. 18&
Iicn1-CiII. E 14th 1859. u their Counties into School Districts pro
tiMtaMlra'' St Johns Co. Aap&
thief .. ,-- I The independent whip of North Carolinasay .ro Resorts from the Trustees of rite IWteraJ School No. S al ff-Ot4Kr Leoooa Ap-
Tai DtfruzacsTbe great Wdf of the they cannot twallow Scott swpseasoned MONROE CIRCUIT COURT. Dieukts sad send ia their own reports withont anaetxtgsrrdela Plaices.., Pea Mats, assorted

Coal. Dea: ttu wliG were ted aatraj % the'Frae with Seward pepper, and 19 will go for,Web &ebra .neu fraaapt. [ PreserreConfieetioay.Began Ltaors fte.Malta .
lr.CauuT.WcLard .oatR sespectxauy ft a.Z: CAJULNOTICE"
prieaatSW, IIGI'6Uato ,hero like honest m, repudt- stet and Uraham.' D. 8, WALKER, _
ore aenw,and now adopt the Kocralio Bsett Deal.Bill hereby gives to sD bsL'g'

hale; and absolutely, glTin Veir ai10 T --,'said a traveler! Ms one of the finest I, OM prod haviatf boss tads to ne that Eicnard) .cis *. ..Estate. of Soaa F.Ferpsll.dom. .

!a title tin flomjfoatoa alb wto, their fellows 1 know lie exhibits real l.lih BuMU tbs dafoadsAt ia the abovo cass resides mt of Lily i3,1850.APPLICATION .to Basest die eta*wftal thesepaes ed .
airef..I'! SEW.' !. He not ooly has a plate ever ready for anf ,.'the Stats of Florida witjia the Ctatt of Leashes, fey law.da..W be fcsrte*.

re ablktaa Wblfs ecaer II 1DUY hit freodibuU| e sands a bO'I door k.betty ordaitttd abet the.w Bieh&xd Bvraetttzytu yJr81l., a p1WIC1tEE 4.1..It.-

.- ,KXfiCJiATE&a411'. 11 wbeocnr you with to ride. ,1!'I sad piss4 rawer a deaw to this Bin Bled a to btu_.she General As''. April J. 183 '

g pmnouacaeftarJkfl. 2', : 'That,Indeedreplied, another,'is real lornPUality -.cat* oa or.Ware the. aeadny ate next sesaioa thereof for n charter -...Uee.SIS .
aateet. -iii ... U.Reteitit. ." ] nest ortht euaawtq W lakes as 41 aI lQeI '. byes: Provided a eefy U rid sMd ia. neb- road sross the ptfiiasela of Floridn aader the style wes&aafterdstal will apply for letters ta thejodm otAJ".J
ll .-Titt aaaiaatwn 01;the Hon.RO Women are.ciUedlfce sofier sex,' because. lie aewspsper d this Bute thespaos of tare*. of the Florida Balboed company.A.gsat mWstasdca Frobftie era tbs Estatt Cbeaty of Feriheo Thlgpea,late

i" t 1ft NeLNM tar eovtroor*. Pareoni forlit they are taco easily humbugged, Out of one/ slats before tkcsmid list Hoaday December.JOa.B.LANCA8TEttJ ._I 14th. 1151. lID.TAX Pamam c-itJ* 4ettue. i,.;,.to_ ,?

1t f -. ..",tsd & tVteJtnaQir for Btai red girls, niuety.tive would prefer rasen"ioh D.1852.gg' dss. I COLLBCTUftUi bLAMK UFO, fur LUKE JOHItg

tea', wo very popular and will ocuro I lrs to bappinesadandy\ husband to a .tIIera CJrC& Stated Florida at Ibis Oflke PUatia, I5th May 1852I -

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Directory. tI ?.I For'the county.o< Marion, the onfirtt" Monday" M..C' /,'.-. &Sllf_, .. :-1.- H. FORWIRD f wtE ; 'v t'ABIL; .>,1'Y91: +CVRITYE "'PmiTr.'. .... ",. .
Dteemberj -
jgIIat $4w+Oa Itra-156 SutttDonh-b : meliy law '900-000' -.
0 Yrirtae of .eaedln '
I the j i .
power 'YTEE i
; he PubUo Square sad one door DortJoi' the Uetho- j For the ocantiesof Alaebna sad Levy, -on the second to shall for beforshs-Court House AT LAW ,AND: SOLICITORS -
expos* salt MUTUAL MFB IfiSVBABCB> 7
I' : JUst Church. .. '' j. i-J Monday' December. ,, 't'. '; f 91 In the city 01! du;Urastlne.+ on the'first'Monday, of j : IN CHANCERY. ; CO&PAOT ., .- .
third ,
tht Moadsyin 1 I
j! F'J.riM Hew*. 0; Treasttrj Lan. North)f I Itr ,For the county of,Co1=bia. on thV '
1853 described
January, following property or yoax-NO.3SW4LJ,8&/
December. I Ito IUI
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.'lie, agnar. L d vOn much thereof;ai.will the tStats snd eorntytaxea : 1'tJJT CCatnmultted Fund, I949 .
C.11b'cl. hai-1ou.. ,and Bay treet. /ew The U.S. Diatriat Court at,SUf'Aagnstiae, on the pay VLOftlDA. ClJItD .
first. Monday:in April > . ', ,I and theati uetyesptaseslaadteiPtnasogO WM. 1 COOMcanlyjA'llted la Mortfws
doce Uo th EastoftmiPubUe.SSqttare.:pn'Charbu t8ir8etsnd j Treaanry TfclE ,TBAYELLEB J': '., "", I I ie it thfri. rtia 1I cJrOllf..d l to.SantosRodriguezfcla'g A. ,FORWARD, I, BUBON TOWLE'Lae otf real ttsaW la this city and Brooklyn, lad, istecka ts, -

f ilf.H.ecL ih; a Public 8q_ure,annex i ,theibdi. ;I "'I. tf. I ialliJ a Lake) ;add lying io etc of. Bt Augustine., East Florida nfths Butt tad City ,of New York aad, Ualtsdfltatti
Lan "
*, nortlwf "
Fjtfss ROUTES .'tRent, CHART6 ,:. ion'45,MTrobp"lS -ti'; ;laP ,23; **eu Double Ooternaf / ,
taxed and fore AETMJOJf OFPfllUDELPHIA This fund is Jacressbf by tc widely sxttai .
,' JIoasuOA' 1)Ilr4'HbUSEB.e' .: ',. advertised/for ':nf psymarlt'Of.tatea rapidly .
F <". OS St. Oeorge'.Street, 't, fer doorsfljathbftheCottrtliorie'ndPttbUcSc ots CIaI" fe itui'TerK L ewwg daily at th year 1 WllLAWasstaed for 1853 per,''Addi. laciof rat ed by t&o' Legi.Iatare'of ded sad prosperous bosictsi* "' .,'
declared dividend of prdla'cffif-
dorsal TheCompany !
are.tf. ., 31-9 o'clock v.x, By Steamer WUmUtgtonI80 Lint *" PennsylfitBtei. [
G.- P n. Ol Bay strettr:, corner or'B.t and miles.-B t Railroad W.tdoD16j uiles -ToPe:: Uileu I j h a P9 ;befote pJ' or FOR THE PROMOTION tHE of tf-two per cant on all .tlD,; polletef! < die abc.' j r "

GardeD Lr.ae. ersbi itf 63.-To Richmond 22.-wli'oi' ) Acqula Creek aaiti; ".'&.OFJ138ffGJVIW I THE January, 1848. 1' I
I DOCTORS.Doct. .' &-by Steamer .Washington 55w-By Jlailr ad to 1 R. B.CANOVAiSheriffsnd ei'of8do. UMT STATES. .111.110 Profit are dlrde HouseOmceon Nrw --i T 'Asscisor and Collector al.'C tac Iajnre&,, ':m.: t.i
DwelUo -To Yor1t
+ P. Weed*. Office at,his || Baltimore 40_To Philadelphia I x ; -
''treeto ', "'. r .; .1 87. Total distance, 771.. miles.Time60 hours. Fare June 16. ;'18' ry; c' it 01"FICERSf The premiums sre payable in cash annually,1ttl
ors Bridge ; :
Dod.lola'B. pei." St George e Street, 8 20. i :' ny C. 'tiMY, PruUmt, Wouuc D. Rsitxr annually pr quartert/r Interest.bslag odds osika ,.J
l'U-L'.tflr'; &U&,,
aft. doonj ot&'ftheontt 1Jt.\oIIC.,.. J.1D :__.. The "Southerner" (Steamship);oleo ..Cbr uaoJt Irltta t. of the vested. "au by law 1 Ties Prttidttt, EBWIM P. Mcrcaxtt, n,. deferred payments ,,, -; ,
.G.G r' \ every tenth day after the 37th of April,o'clock f x. By power Court House in are.E. H. BCLU,Recording Secretary, The cash principle adopted of this Coapsayss",
.Chemiat CharlotteStreet Thro In 60 hours. Fare (&w-Rootn) 025.Frtm expose for sale before the Gxoitox,W,PXVXY sms to.the partita for whose/"heaeflt tar insurances. ,.,
and ,Corrupvading&e.
DrqlUt of .
p.. C Zylttr*. ..Charlatan to, PNU.4q1u.-.Th O/ssre/? theLcfty, of StV Augustine, on.the first Monday are'effifcted, the whole nftae advantages, without.," "
< 'r i -f' '' \ January, 1853, the following described property or oMANAGER'S ",
/ .. objecting them io the drawback of accwaa- '
heavy : "
larva Charleston every.other Saturday,at.4 o'clock, 10 much.thereof as will ,pay the State and county : fated ;;
premium notes .
I. F.M -through ia 60 hottre.J'are $20. J .
,LAWYERS. .0.3
taxes and expenses due thoreon. TtaJn.CharresTopp n, James S. Wallace ''
neeessary Persona effect isscranc their Urea .
ors Ar- Frogs Chsrlttton to Ners-Otk.. Letrioc >daily 7 i bray oo own
B.B. ;* Counsellor at Law-office One Towtf-'Lotrn-thiircitybf St Agarttne owner Macalester, E. H. Butler, Henry 8.Patterson and the lives of other A married lA-"
t '* tit 10o'clocki.Jt. By 3. C.Railroad to August*,136mUes ,M. Charles woman can
AleryLane. ; > unknown, situated on Marine street adjoining D.t G.Leland William D.Lew. ,
the lift of her benefit
can husband,tan of *hick rlrtsecond
lJr A. Putnam. Attorney and CouncetroT / -By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171. -By I lot oC"J; W: Bwianeyi and leading therefrom dirertIf is, Joseph D. Htewart,M. D., Edwin *+.Cope, by law for the exclusive. oat::of herself or children.
J I i\Law, office Picolata street. '* k. Macon and Western Railroad to Griffin 42.-By I south to a lot of Brands' P. J dandier retnrned by Fdward P. Mitchell. John 8. Hart,A. .)1. .
George B. ffirltxH Attorney to* Counsellor at Stage to Opolaka 35.-Byf' RaUroedto.Jklontgomery Peter BeneL Double taxed:'and advertised for n on- James L. Claghorn. rs

aw.-offiteitftht> 'COftrf How, 65 -By Steamer td Mobile -To,,iNew-Orleans payment of taxes for Jean 1849 '50,and '51. Also Clergymen' and all others dependent open.sals* J
distance Time 123 hours. Every member for the Year invited aTaii themselves of nT-
166. Total 1,006 miles. assessed for 1852 at "addi oeaiUst. 1851 net an specfaHy ro a
VBL'llJ Fare $39,50. pe Will receive, for each Subscription of Frvx Dotill} source whereby earvrriagfcailasmsy seecred >,
; OFFICES.fytitijtib : .taxes and expenses:Ire f rid.before dav t. ,
Qt B.Wwoblss, Foat Master, CcurtSurctict JVftBt Charleston to Aw-0rl anvix Savannah 'II It'D1r "f : s print of rom the evils of penury. -

v clc11,.,9 ,A. M. By Steamer to.Savannah 140miles.By "R 'B.'CANOVA- sherlflf and ex-off. 4 HUNTINGTON'8 RIBTIANA AND HER. Pamphletatzplaaatory of Ui*principles of Mutual
r GintraTt Office. B. A. Putnam Snr- Central Railroad! Jlfacon and.Western Kail- Tax Assessor and Cufectur.a.i.c CHILDREN."' Life Insurance,and illustrating us advantages-vita ;

JOeneral.on Hospital Street/corner of ,Artillery road .to Barnesville 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.- Engraved tjr JOSEPH ANDREWS lotion forma of application,may be obtained at the f6c.91

tstesnd Hospital,Street.LnelOffice. i By Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer Mobile -, t Xax:Collector! bale.y AND THE COMPANION1; t the Company,35 Wall it., or of any of its scents.

.-Ar-T* NodarR'tl8'-;J abUC' 931.-To Now-Orleta l66.Totaldluance 1,032 virtue of the "wer"testrd-.in; me by law I A print or HIl.i""..'. "Jtf BCPS DREAMt[ TRUSTEES ,

Lands office.to'ihe Conte Hoe.w. J /1. t miles. Time 77 hours. Fare 839. 50.MI8CELLANEOIJd B. shall expose for tale before the Court Hoo w i Engraved, .. HolllTCBIB Nn y..i. Joa B Collins, David C Colden ... *

TAu T. iMicU. Receiver office in CourtHouse. TABLE.. I ,n the city of Bt. Augustine on the ,first Mondayrcf Or the choice of any two of the following WmJHyslop. Alfred Edwards,"
A R B Wm Betts .
,Distances. Fare Tune Jan. 1853, the following! described property or so Four Splendid Engravings,
Jvdgt eJ Pntote. (0. HWDphreJ"a Judge,) office To Athens, G*., 221m, 4>7,95 20 h. much, thereof as will pay the State and Co"n.y.tax-I. via : Eyed Winston Jo ph'Blui'; : .
fn the Court House., Chattanooga, Tern, 445 13lg. 31. es sod the'DecerJ expenses due thereon. f ,-JOHW KJIOX'S iKTxavixw WITH MAaT Qtnxsor C W Faber, Isaac O Petro

Ptitr B. Dumt, Clerk Circuit Court, offics In ''Cohunba. 8. C., 130 4,00 8 SwnPllndd by Leutge Sartain. John Yejverton, Henry, V"4',
000 acres third jate land aesesecd to the heirs of Engraved Theo Sedgwlck. Wm' Dore? .. .
:the Court House "Camden,8.C.,' 142 4,00 9 g.-RnaUD BoAS P"iuttl .
Sebastian Espinoia, above the head of North River; llot1&mluIB"V"'Ie4 ,Stacy B Collins! Zebedee Cook '
Collectorah I ,
Rgftel S.Catuva.. SherUr.adTax Hamburg, S. C., 136 4M 8. I* Sartain. ,
S. R.
42 3
lying partly in section township I'John H
Jona 'I.
Swift Miller
ice In the Ccurt House, "Memphia,Teun., 740 J.tSOO--; south 3Mixer's DXXJUI,Painttd bvHuti.itonEnsr- ,
aDd'ffeUoII'89j 4 ,
range 29 east, township range ;John
Wadaworth David'A
CMector if QUionu John M, Hanson,oftce- Passengers for either of the above pl.euleaYl 29, east. Double taxed and advertised 'for non pay r L. Did 6r Ritchie I|, !S if Comstock
: Cornell Bobrrt
Planters Hotel., -4 Charleston, dallyby 8. C. Railroad,,at 10 o'clock meat of ,taxea.. for I850and 1851. Also weaned for CHjurrusA .O Hsx C UouD,1' l,4.if ff n. |GOUT M Wilkins James .Shnykr, I i- ; It I-,
Ctton4. Ors .ard.office, In Chambers, I ,
Intpector ef : A. x. t. : 1852 u "additional list. lington, Engraved by .dn".. ,
John V
Market ; per Ands of L Pru'li Joseph Tuekenata
Howard Buildings, .souare. : copy th'ePhiladelphia :
'U :8 Court Northern Unless taxes.and expenses are paid before day of t Fred Whlttlesey( Moses B GrfnaelL
'j /.- K. JEroastfni Judge Cbaricston and Florida Line Art Union i
j office the House. ,sale. Reporter, Charles Ely Wm J Banker.
Jjatrktbl Florida; Court
in R. B.( NOV A Sheriff and exoff.TaxAssessor monthly) pamphlet containing a of the '
0. B. Falrtenkt. Clerk U. ,8. Court, office ia.the THE SPLENDID NEvTpACKET STEAMER. actions ofthe report trans John C. Crnger Eugene,Dutilb
Court House. .; : >j and Collector, .. J. c. Institution, and Information on the ; Walter Joy, Francis 8 Lathrop,

Deputy Mar,Asa. Goprge I..Zchnbanr, .office. to FLORIDA,, 1-j',' June 28, 1852;' THROUGHOUT subject of the Fine Arts, I. Alfred Pen J O Thatcher,

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Tax Collector1 Sale. no- mic ASSATT, Secretary. '
Gad. Hum}. *.--offic. in the Court House. I NOW the running Line between regularly virtue of the power vested in me bylaw The Art Union of Pntfarrfeljnh awards prizes i in Joaxra Btu'T, Counsellor.
on ,
Oe. f' fhilllpe, Notary Public-office on Bay Charleston, Savannah',-and B'shall expose.for JlttorehrCODrt( House in its own Card :eltel with which original American I G. R. FAIXSAJICS, Agent St. Angosthrt Fla..

Street, a little North of the: Market. and. next, door.. the St..John's River. the city At JBt, AWgosdne on* .the fits't: :Monday f in works of Art may be purchased inaqy part of the U. II 6th. eo: '.

.10 the Post office. !'' .' The.following schedule has been adopted, which October, 2852, the following described property, or; citrates, at the option and selection of the ptJlUD. who
# obtain a prize'at theAnnual Jm,1I&
may HI m al
the cYi
will State
shows the hours .of arrivals and departures from the so much thereof as pay and county
fGad Htanpkreye.lAndnu taxes and the necessary expenses doe thereon. i DII'rJbIUlolI,
j : E. P.
Much takes lace ,
L..e, } Leaves Charleston every Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, 11, ISO acres third rate land assessed to 'C. and G. y des vn in the Lvening ofihe last week

Paul ro Anatr. \ AldcrmcD. ? Leaves Savannah every Wednesday, at 4 *' '.&. Clarke being the one half of one tract, the whole 1 TIlE EXECUTIVE! entry Year. TIllS f/STA I1LI8HMEST* hrf

... us Medicit. tF. I t L eaves Jack.oTarille at 10 "A.X. tract was orgiaaily granted to' C. and G> Clarke, LUa11A11TTEE OP .THE ink undergone, Thorough Repelr tai"present
: J. Q.i.,. J 1 : Lcavas Picolata every Thsrsclayf 2 r.x. the o ther,half ia returned by Air. Jacob Mickler south; ART UNION,
Clerk tf lie City Council, Charles Huger, officeat of and bounding on Moses creek being in section, When to select worki of Art,without charge aeaxon, is now ready f.. '

the Council room. '. ''i'-i ri' .m ytitio, 4 46;: township 8 south range 30 east., Double taxed[ or.contprnrttton, from their reception ot Ctmixmy. FAMILIES ANDTRANSIENT '

City MarsAsZ and Cterk tf the Market, F. P. "Leaves Pilatka.every Friday, at 7 o'clock, .. x. and advertised for con payment of urea; for years, FREE GALLERY, 210 (UE NU'r STREET, BUAUULHa can have spacious '
". Fetreirs. I L eaves Picolata u 10 ,*'wr those, in the Apartments. .
1849, O. and 51. Also assessed for 1852, aa per/ persons country, who may,lire rr- :
PORT WARDENS. I '. Leivea Jacksonville every Friday, at 3. ", '.x. additional list. F mute from Galleries,or public exhibitions i of the *
Leaves Bavsunah .Saturday 9 A x. Room Airy, Clean, and Ifetfc
1.-C, Zyr air s, Charlee ffaager1, Jos fomir., AI'i'" .j Fine A rll. .. IU:M Ilkulr. furulalicdlmudjoiiieljrNothing -' I
Tae F&oai&A has been built under the. special"iu-

AUCTIONEER. ptlintto!rfic of Capi. Cotetter, and her speed and 150 acres land,being! one half of a 300 acre tract r Subscriptions of m-nVrs!ip, $:. thld be atnllr, Wautlug. IIt

: I4 'e.CtJrttr. ;F. P, Ferreira id,J. A, Strischa. I a cOD o alioa..fbr Passengers sre nisurpassed\ by originally granted to C' and G, Clarke,the other 150 as early as practicable M as to etttitltnrntbcrr of, The //cuc is trill known as being ra-enUy;" III

If ,"1 iC XNTsr--- _f-k rarm:, nac. the Bt. jJpb'tfa .,JF&lfhsnd ,acres la returned by C. Uier, all of which la innate d urlynumt:1'1I of the "Impart," whic will[ be lore Built, Exiri:"sly I with it view tote BCC88odiilion > 1i
Mv] passsgesslowasby any other line.' Any":for joq MamauzasJltisTt being srction 37. township 9 warded, upon the JccriptIt the ut' LinJlitix'twti, nUiertt. being ealir. ;
1poit( 4' Howk"Corner. of. ; ;8u George then information can be obtained by| applying to, eith. south,range 3feBst,i DoHble.taxrd. and Trr d. the coaattr; .. tuuuer-' ,** to auyt'of par t built ofr WiHufi; trill Uuoiusf conned;ing(Foe 1 tf 0

and '7e:7 Lane; : I er of..the undersigned Agents. ; forn.onpament'Clrulei for years 164960Qnd'b' 1. The HofiWarry tert' rffs turn gfTf receipts lmeuburiptisnirortemittrcre tnt Doura, &c., uhich I renders it Free i faDampness. ..
Jurrsttias. Car,. Wholesale.1ulRe1&n, dealer J W. CALDWELL; ;: Charleston.E. Also,assessed for 1852,as per additional list. f mar h made lo Firrplnt-fx: Blind! to windy .7iIhruufb

r of first quality Family Groceries, of all kinds, Li W. BUKER. .rllnonah.BELLEqIlASS Unless taxes and expenses are paid before. day of, UKUKUr'! w. Dii\VI.Y, { ,( >cniM on I't//.Zt Promenade rW"bl
aordtc., No.9 East side Charlotte street, Northof ,E & FINEGAN, sale Cvrrcrpttndivg tsecrelnry t Hundred Feet. I'roUcliuti from Ruin" M tlw
the Public'square.George ., Jacksonville n.D. CANOVA, S lerifl"lad ex officio 210 Ci"stnil| 1 I irmini ? i
->t'r ttl. Phlhulcl1tarn. Vv iuub.-i. n tlcsiruLlcnKTStiiut [ f ferflrrnrnt r
__ ,
Bu,'. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry R R. REID, Pilatka.. Tax Assessor. ,Gad Collector. : itrulir -4 of
J I goods, West side of Charlotte- street., a few doors April 10ytlB52,., ,:, ', nBY / June 26,1852.An ,. uI!l Reasons of the 'eat, ; irrJ

i ,8onthr'lirensu'ry Lane. 1t.J 0"left fc Iicrel.y giv-n, that rise week After tlat- Tin House is aittmicri liiciujcpociiion south incctttjtJ .j M

&* .'. Waktman. Wholesale and Retail deale virtue ot the power vested in me by law I J., I will eppy j to the Judge tf ProUtf ol St. John loin retired fmm other DweltIg w

tof Dry Goods and Groceries; Grocery store on the< expose for sale be;>re the Court House Ordinance to explain certain parts nf an Or County ; fur dart'
i Ircuai floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, door at MeUonville on the first Monday of Acgnst finance prohibiting Horses and Cattle from going '.of Nicolaa iat.\.Lvii a Wullllioh.If ku.J Ctu 'y Jv- ''ni PuriouUnDininjf\ (Bi-ttiupr Hoomsttptfi; 'II, ,}

Charlotte atrett Howard' Building. I I next the following described traces of land or ao at large icitfiin the City 'f St. Augustine I (CBled.I I v1'nk'Dccs In (:( ncral X'ut AMjriwuLitiocvfa ;

I Mittet S. If ,N. JPinkkatn. Dealers In Fancy much thereof as w'll pay the taxes due thereon the Be it Ordained by the Maipr and Alderman of I .M.tt'RICEsANCUES. not lIe hiiiputt.Hd. R

Goods, &c.; opposite the .Planters Hotel on East I i Sta'te of Florida and Co-.my of Orange for the year : the ,City of M. Avgittins, That the Ordinance St. Augunlne alone, 4Cdt 165;. I 'ILu tall uirufil Ucpufntion tblihn '.J ;i C

aide. of Charlotte street. I II 851, to wit ; prohibiting 1 and Battle from going,at large M from Year tu Yttllr ucquired.lt will'NTProprietress,3Irs. 0e
I Pedro ,Benet. Dealer Groceries Proriaioll;&0. f$0 acres ot Land id TumbuU swamp, belonging within'the city of 8(."Augustlne/be so Construed, as TO FOSTJIASTiil!'. DAV1.S aim to sustain, M : :: !
l fCiish and St. .street to belong to Wm 0 Foot retnrnedby snrh and Cattle within POSTOl'l ICt: ,
Corner George or supposed to subject Drug any he u- &TA.UPS. I fur the liberal Patronage burelofcrc ab IIA bh
Ft J. jQrfocy. Watch maker and Jeweler, o n. Benjamin{ A l' t lm. after described boundary to a fine,that ere found at fIlHKtioderslfneJrPostinasferat Pleasant Grov her thanks' ; ,
George arreet, nearly office of Dr. Peck. large within the vis Within the City Oar, '''' JL to. turni 'II ,
oppoaite Also, 350 acres belonging or supposed lo belong CitT.' : Ailrghany Maryland,was the tint person i ir 'bo Table will be supplied with cbfitinme t- ;
I TM. Nehj. Retailer of Booth Shoes South and ihe D,8. Sit Francis Pane ks who
r Caps, T Goben returned by William A for; ; f the U. S. conceived, and undertook extenrively .
lists and Dry' Goods, east side of Cbsrlottee streetcomer / lo Chariot. North, and witbia any cart of the liter on the East I topubli.uthe idea pf supplying all post cfl'.ces: with Oystors, Turtle, Fib, Ducks, \1'.c, d,

I 4 X Charlotte street'and Treasury Lane. ward.Alstfi- tt aide, to 'any part of the Western short of Marls cheap stsjiips. All siKinps made by him are warranted 'rur1'y a and Shell 'lIm, which at I ihfe 1J. -

I Lawrlnce Andre Tailor. Charlotte street 900 seres belonging or iupp Died to belong Sanchez Creek of said City. eqaal, or superior to any otfitr that can be our Kivers ond Forests.; abound. Two et

peat the Fort. to Robert Martin, returned by B A Putnam Passed in Council May 17,1H53.EMANUELJ.Ds. produced at the same price, sod wb'Dever'IDY are inoru Hunters, spurting I exclusive/! for ., .

Jekn Utint. Boot maker, Charlotte. street near J SIMPSON, Sheriff and,Tex Collector c MEDICE5. seat out In soy way defective or,unsatisfactory,duplicates House;

the City Hotel. Ten 31it, 1852. .. .' Mayor Pro Ten. shell be forwarded, on notice, without I f Horses, Carriages, Ponies Cunt, J'I"l eI'

Michael Nelligan-Cabihet Mar, Charlottestreet Attest charge. All who order a set of stamps, WITHCHI.IO- Tackles,BouU for Excursion,&c. / ,: -
be low Temperance Hail TO LARCSE PLA'NTEJtLet CBAS. lUexs, Clerk of the Council.An at Two Dollar t. t
JoAit 'rox DATZS only--(foe i thirty pieces Jshsll )- Very Respectful! ll!', .
Mamtei' Black Smith and Gun Smith .Hid H
ne be in
I kept sdlibitura.
I the Gate '. Valuable Tracts of Land for Sale.THE stamps paOPRJa (
ofth. City. subscriber u Agent ol the several, owners ordinance' lo amend an Or- Address "Post faster,. Plcasnt Grove,Alleghanv r ": ,''

Bovslhg '1 ; titrior."and: .ere litttsuts. .tb, 1.e for sale some of the roost valuable lands prohibiting Horses and CD. : d. If. B.-II Is tho wish of Q Reprletrees ii lP. .r
rn f. Cattle fro&r oli3ff at __
large within -
,"".Bridier,Ci'.t ott. .It, in' East Florida, to wit: I the of -4 that the Servants a biOI
Philip GtouK: 'Retailer, of Liquors, Refreshments t ,. ; 800 acres valuable hammock 1 i d, West of Flea City i U Angiutine. Administratrix' Kale. i to be House should be cirii, altW .
Be .
ordained the
bra.. Charlotte street, opposite Briar's, Bowling Ington, known as the Gibba Lands M.riCDCo..,, the f by Mayor and Aldermen of Dy permioa of the Hon. the Court of Probate tire, and obliging OIT
City of Si. A mint, That it shall also
,MlejrI 1100 acres near the Alachua Savanna. known as St. Johns County, will be sold,at the Court .
.- the,Garey Grant. ; be lawful for the City Marsh, to report to the House W the 'City of St AUIU.dDeoa Monday the I CARMICHAEL AND OSG0011'- ,

STAGE OFFICE. 1400 acres in San Felssco Hammock near Ne wnannrflle Mayor the owner or keeper 'of any bone, mare, 23d day of August 1852,at 12 M. the following real I DREDGING a..csll'f&,

1 f/I it 1.'klz"Ja MGi S2ege. ,Br Uet'. City known as the IAwton'Laacla., gelding, colt or mule, and also any cow, heifer, Estate=-of the Estate'of the late Domingo Usina de :! THE ondersdgned hare been eppoisud I'.J
n: Severs! thousand acres good and In the A ball, oz or calf found 'running at large within the ceased ; to wit: A lot or parcel of ground with the owners of hb invention,aid "Z

dondo Grant. the City 6f St. Augustine ; contrary' to the provisions i buildings thereon, situated in the City of St. I mend it to Contractors, Companies* or I :

CHURCHES;: 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Augustine' of an "Ordinsnce, prohibiting horses and tine and bounded as follows, namely ; on the Angus West who are about doing work 01 thcfolotrras'! .

: i JKOSMM Cttlolie Ckrik. North aide Monumen ;known as:the. Bulow.Plantationhaving-800 Cattle from" going at large within the city of St. by George Street ; on the North, by lot of Darius tiOD.TjZ: jLEztensiTe .

Square.Epiicfpal. : acres of open, |rend suitable,; for cane and, oouoa.n Augustine. Allen ; on the 8omhrby lot of James Hurlbert, and drainage of Swamps Marshes* *M
Ckxrck. South aide Monument sgat And sclerar bodies of hammock land on Passed in ,Council February 7th, 1852.- on the East, by lot of Joseph Pacetty 'Senior-said i gar Plantations.. > .I
navigable water E. J. de MEDICEt Mayor Pro Tem. lot containing one sixteenth of Building Levees around Plantation orT" "
r'Hrnia. Church. On 8*. .George street, .. an acre, more or leas a>iii '
Attest )
< ..
f &'\ ''of Yhet usre The titles arc 'undoubted aDd terms low-App1J' ; Conditions Cash. Opening Channel way and removing

Mtthttut pi copal Chttrth. St.. George atreet, to i' CEO. ,FAIRBANKS, CHASe HAAGERo. c. 'ANTO I.A.DI'rCHCOCXAdmn., month
i near the Magnolia Houatj Feh 2fl.. 1P53 St. 'Aagaetia-*,1"lorids. J AnguaUne, 21st Jut)/. 1852. I Making Canals through awaxnp .,nurf 01cretmd. ;

I i. ?i, 4- -+a4p*ii. + -S*| s'L.! (. Billiard' Table and Ten Phi Alle f. ._. 4 ,fa'Deepeofag
flWg. Of COURTi EASTERN CIRCUITi I Tax CoU ', Sale. 4 .Magnolia. Retreat. open 'throughout "ADAMS & CO'S water around;whams aaaKeepiog '
.j FLORIDA. b B Y virtue of the power 'YPi d'in.me tJr 'law I I. day'and \Evenioa. wpeo channel way tbrc a Ufa

STXtXO TXXM.Fer hall expose for sate before''the Court House the Counties ofOrlapaJld 8 1 Lucle, at MeljDOTille.on l jo the city.of dt. .AUJ'III nf'on the first'Blondsy or I .' Roots of Trees,ete. '' ia

the first'T esdiiy'fn April, and on the- I October pe jt, the following described property or so ': NOTICE. > l To persons desirous 1 tie wart 1M** ; set

ilirdToesday* before the first Afondsy In WoVeraler much thereof< u will pal the Stste and,county .tuea ,IS HEREBY GIVEN, 'to" all Creditors, Heirs, / drainage this machin can bV'be reeomtnt'uonly [ I gore
ineach and etery year. l 4 and the necessary expenses dae 'thereon to wit Legatees&others interested in the Estate of ; one adapted t*all tM'parpoN' tieeesrory'To ,

Forthe county Putnam,at Filatka,second Tnes- : 40 S, acres being 'sit parts of a tract .of land as- Henry,Klonne late of "dt.-,Johns County deceased/ these woo are boa&af or ci r, er
1 ijtnAptiL led toYnea Gomez, lying on pr bell ths S t. that on the expiration of six Months from thuds NEW YORK. ,, drains it, will befegndofioue .II.It"; t anti

For the eosnly of Marion,at Ocala, fourth Monday Johns River being in Toirpship 6 Booth'Range 27 hereof I win apply to the Court of Probates for the 1XD deepen the Canal,andat the same time iosst esa>F "

if ApriL. : ,East 8ectL n 10 of private,, surveys one seventh pan, County St. Johns 'reald, for a final settlement ,NE\V ORGEAtt_ ban ent o?irreo $ :

for the oottndesof AUchna and Levy at Ne w- consisting'pf 83 acre is teturpetl by Philip OOl r.' of my accounts with said Estate. and a discharge as EXPRESSomtxs This machine is filed with either iii. w tai, "

nasrUle, first Monday in ltfa,. Double toed and adreitiaed'to: Don payment of ,administrator thereof. '' i '., ,. power which ttbf increased to &DJ Wes" a

for' the Cousjy of Colombia,at'' Alligator, on the tuei for' years, 1850 and 51. Also assessed for FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr. : They are DOW .IaCCf"operation In a fC I. .

second Monday 31ar.l 'r t 1852 sa pert Additional List. -Augustine February 21st 1852.. J6, 18 & 19; Wall st. NewsYork. .he county,nad may be seen ai Cbariet&Oll; t

l For the C01m 1 of a.allj at )lf q.Ii.01J tb 1 .Uajess faxes and expenses are paid# before des 1 of 130'Main ,t.. Hartford, Ct. I olinia; Navy Yald,' Pei oeola:and on the Cwe1ls. ,

WeclD"'Wo the fourth M ocda r.fi MaJ': aaJef NOW Opening Oringes, Lemons Ap t ,State *t, New HF.11 Cr" tweed GalTettoOad San Look. j ofr

; For the tOUDtr .r Dayal II l cUp YfJ1.,. o It ,I, R, B. CANOVA Sheriff and ez-aft. Paste, Prunes, 'fea'tyuts, assorted lea U; ltimore st, Baltimore. By "Pplicatfti to J, 8. 8ECOR, Bur",oars' 1
; '
A arch Mond.Y(tars"t 'I' iI : Tax Assessor and ,Collector' s. 'J. c. Preservea, Confections", Segara Liquors, &c. PeonsyUnnia Av., at Mobile for'the States of Alabama end 's
+ "
For tb Couitrof 8L John's, at fa Augwtlije July,,8d,1862. -. March 27 J& E. CARR. 7 Fourteenth st., Washington.Richmond drawing of.macbJaeeaaf be seen,with iofattu
I ',on the second Me aday ia Jane, ,. 84 Va. to the ceotete, .
; Washington
.: -. rut, TXXSi. Tooth .Powder Ac.' PBblle ellop."PriTate Roo na&Uial 72 Bostcn. July 1. 18.51 '
Camp su,' New
FortLecoantkicfOna tnd 8u Lode,.Taeadar Cleveland's Tooth Powder, English ,/or temporary purposes, ,always in Orleans. c GILBERT& BECOR,New TeeJ
readiness .
beforethe> tienMba ref November.. Toothbrushes.Cologne Water, French; Soap. at die..1'dapolia"Retreat ,8chr. .Florida now dischar '. 'N tb.
Nov29 .BY
forthe entreaty of Patsum, st Pilatka. th' Camphor assorted Peifum t no48tf SNotice. lI1xANDA. Lard' inlj. ,13unel" tJ IJA ter
seen ad Soap Honey? Soapl tit ,Cracker..Pork,Ham. = o ce Is hereby ghren that six weeks tfer
before the first ,BacOD.lhouJ '
Tuesday Monday of November: Philieome Oil. Bears Oil,toilet Powder fine'8ponce den tfProfcatt4 '
; ,with a full assortment of J1' wills.ppl'to the Hoa.Jadc j
the St. John's article
a iNairember.conntyof ><.M,,'*on' the first Monday Hair Df, BOle .Water, Jtfliitary Shaving oap-;, .81 SO tyeekttitfter'date I will Ppt7 to the judge 1 kepi at the lowest prices by B. E CARR usua- sConnty, for letters of Adrnfaistn *Jj J
Straps Bruahes,Roger's PerAunary Jockey Crab, of- Probate.ofPatnzatCoanty E*? of Nicola Saocaes mfaoii;fete ef jajI Cy
for, a
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For the Naaaau A d
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