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 11, 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: UF00048575:00102

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1+'." tT CITY t.' ir.U\fa, do 1 sembled and replid, 'What is it you havo I I I natureof things. It must be a' sad: leaching url- TKBRIBUC DxsASTift fROM *M Exraosios.or
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)" 'ktT They to All' the right; to those young minds;far U is a wrong; shocking accident,occurredat .
.w,=tt ;, .. noises slid rioting they had.hcardand that the I f it is:positiveunrfcbteoosneas, covetedintoihe ,:6aodwich.iM'";;pn'lguadar:eveoingrto\
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A 1i--. ,.... .I '.' 11 .. began ,to laugh* and. said: 'It was nothing ''I family. ota can burning-fluid. 'Three'female
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ia\1 the wind'In the. name of God/ added the dren can governed. They were made in filling & lamp from the can, one of them
be inserted at Oat ; Half our lore for thee dear girl, lady
:.W-. : or under, for tbe first .Features merry, lips like cherry, On the following night. the noises and, riot natural to them ;'and they are trained respects by distance from the lamp which they

,: &cuTs for each subse : .Sunny eye and glossy curl.. ing'were renewed, but much louder than before lent or by a false system of treatment;to a neg dis- were filling. By some means-undoubtedly:
"'1 will be made for no ; and'then some such blows struck against obedience, that is unnatural and monstrous.A .- by a stream of gas from the fluid-the flame of
.f Ever. ringing sweet Toice ringing, the .door and windows of the chamber the child disobeying its parents !-God's law- tbe lighted lamp was communicated to the

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f. > .' Never weary, ever cheery.: down The knight could.no longer desist from law be laid upon.it from ,the very beginning. Tbe three ladies were at once enveloped by
II customer. By refer Ever striving to excel.Late It aping out of his bed, and'calling nut, Whiff I am persuaded& is a great mistake we make flames and terribly burned,two of them, it is
' sum may be ascer- r is it that a this hour thus knocks at my chamber in supposing that nothing in this wise can be feared fatally) ''1',h e eldest is a married l lady, x

the advertisement.. or early, never surly '': \ jdoorl' He was Instantly answered,"'it is done, till the child is a year old. It would be the second was about 20 years of age, and the
4'f't. narked with the i I. 'And who sends), thee thither!.' asked the nearer tbe truth to third about 13.
: num Never fretting, seldom Bad, ; say,something can be done
,., will be continued until v knight 'The clerk of. Catalonia whom thou when it is a month pld. Just as soon as it hasa .
Thy appearing always cheering, '
hatb much wronged!, for thou hath Making Boom. i
f 1 deprivedhim will, rising above Instinct-i. e.. a COnscIOUSand
: r .Making.,c every body I glad. i I of the rights of his benefice; I will never, persisting will.-that will should, on Hydrophobia b quite prevalent in France '
*: 07 00 F', i i therefore, leave thee quiet until thou bast rendered er occasions, be gently and firmly restrained.prop this summer. The last Paris !letter to the Picayune -
k. Administration, 5 00 Youth possessing and each blessing ", !' I him b'ast' account, with which he shall \nd (that discipline continued ever gentle but telb the following story: .; .
: will,be inserted ig ratut- Wliich.the genial age imparts,' be contented' 'What art thou calle,' said firm--ever loving, considerate and sympathi On one of |he hottest of the recent hot days' .

'- \ : Still bewitching,.dancing, stritchlng, the knight, 'who art. so good a messenger* sing, but to ltd poin', firm-from its point, i im i Taxile,'who is a-very fat man got into the coupe
" Ever reignlnf quern of hearts 'My-name is Oi,thon.' 'Orthon,' said the knight, movable-will; secure a patient and perfect of a dilligcnce! Ttfnnmg to Arpajon, and there i
,,11I10 ( ', most 'be paid oil I, ,> serving a clerk will' not be of much; advan obedience. lithe child Is never permitted to found another man as fat as himself. The

t l' Never. moody, parlor,study logo to thee. 'or. if thou believest him, be walt disobey, i*. will soon ceaSe to think of it as coupe held but three ordinary persons -there ,
,and communications; ;Kitchen, laundry, all U one, give these (treat trouble, 1 beg thou wilt,therefore possible. And it should never be permitted i was barely room and no comfort even for the
leave him and serve me, and'I )shall think 1 it sin before Heaven two then ia posewion-but soon Rajou stoppedthe
attention Chicken feeding,playing, rtading, say is a ; and is no more
myself obliged to thee. Orihon was ready to be tolerated than.lying or stealing is to be vehicle and crowded himself io. under
Ever work with fuu.Cunning .
I seasoning with his answer, for he bad. taken a liking to tolerated in the house. Such a law established such circumstances latter should have been
+ addltloei to nn talker i the knight, and said: 'Do you wish it?' 'Yes,' .'and the house would be builded anew. Passionate qniet, should have accommodated himself to
to the Po agile walker replied the knight bit nolmfmmust be done self-will-the most hateful thing I believe any pbysical discomfort of his own choosing;
I : St. Aujftuiluc. Bounding like a deer at play, I to any one within: these walls.' 'Ob, no,* answered on earth-would be driven out of it.- but being a wag, he bethought bin of a plan
,or and Alder men *f Onward tripping, overtipping Orihon, 'I have no power to do ill to Tbe sweetness of obedience would enter in. It to get tbe coupe all to hjmself. Seating him- ,

I That if any person or Those who would'opppse thy way., any one, only _to awaken tbee and disturb would be that peace, that family love, whicn I. self between tbe two fat men, bo began to eye
.' to be committed or Iby 'rest, or that of other persons.' Da-what the Psalmist celebrates when ho 'How hem in a sinister manner,commenced wriih-

any trespass upon Features merry, lips like cherry, I tell thee,' added the knight, 'we shall agree good and pleasant it is I'I It would says be like that lag about in a strange and wild way, growl
on within the city Laughing eye and sunny curl, and leave the wicked priest, for he is a worthless perfume of holy, incense to which be something after the style of exasperated cur.
, any fruit trees, shrubbery ''II fellow and serve me*' 'Well replied Or- comparesit. and then set to work gritting and,grinding his
growing in such !lot, Ah( dear Ellen there's no telling It would be like 'the dew of Herman' -like
any thon, 'since thou wilt have it so, I consent.' teeth as with ill-suppressed his
I 'the dew that descended the rage, biting
mountains of
thee dear
or shall be concerned in Half our lovefor gill upon
.,ad' any fruit, vegetables or ; \ I Onbon took such an affection to the Lord de Zion ; where the Lord commanded the blessing, lips, and rolling his eyes from' one to the oth
t such or < I Curassu that he como often to see him in the ever life for evermore. er as though savage enough to eat them up
t ; ) oa, for person each offrp per-"r- LOVE'S ASSURANCE. I night time; and when e round him sleeping alive. It may readily" be conceived that the
': ten dollarsnce, 1\I :' BT HISS rEEGBIK CARAT. ''I he pulled his pillow from under his head, or Yes, the.children themselves would be incomparably situation of the tn fat men was now anything

4 ?f a slave) he or she and ., made great noise at tbe door br window; so ', happier in obedience. We db but pleasant and agreeable, bur Taxile was
i'a( ten stripes,shall Close, come closer, bending over, I'that when thu knight was wakened, he said: them the cruelest wrong, it'we give them sup the 3rsl to speak : .
case of convictio and This my weary, dying bed ; Orthon; let me sleep. 1 will not,' replied he, to their own self-will. To'give them comfits YVbal is the, matter'with you mj good man! r"

until the fine or the Ten me, 0 my mortal lover .until 1 have tuld thee some .new,.* ,The and':-sweetmeats,, that'makejihsaL ill, because aeWbatdoyoUrotlyarreyeaa dr ajid.grind ,
: >satio fieiC \ 'It .h.:. ..uO.. wY al 11. stub not be"aid..: hairs of her head: stud on end, and she bid evil and wrong which we do, in this 'way, to I hope I shall cot, bite you t' responded Ra-

. -keepcr-or other paw. Now my eyra may scarce! behold thee herself under the bedclothes. '\V ell,' said the their whole moral nature. It ,might seem at jou apparently with great effort; 1 will endeavor
d4 of any goods, chattels 'and what hast first sight, that indulgence would make them bite either
Through their bitter blinding rain. knight, news : thou !brought me? not to of you, but am nut responsible -
*1 Sabbath day or barter Orihon replied, 'I 1 am come frum England.Hungary happier ; and with many kind hearted but fur-consequence 1* V .
aT be fined in the And my arms cannot unfold! thee. or some other place, which 11tf\ yesterday mistaken parents, that is the plea ; but it is 'Bite ,us man Dieu I' ejaculated: both the fat

!i. such the offence together half of Lying weak in helpless pain ; : und such and such things have: hap not true. Wilfulness and waywardness, in men in a breath ; 'you huvtm'i got the. 'bydrod
same, one pened.' Thus did the Lord de Corasse know child or man, is the unhappiest of all states of phobia, have you ?' ,
to the person Informing Yet if faithful, I shall know it,. I by the means of Orthon all things that were being. Ever in such stale, are things growing 'I-I-I hope nut.' continued Rajou, still l '

. That it shall not be law Though,my lips make no replies, ."passing in eiflerent purls u: the world; and worse-the craving for gratification more 'Intense gritting his teeth, 'but was bitteu by a mad _
lf, servsnt or agent, to Loving truly: thou wilt show it; connection continued for five'j,ears. and more unreasonable whole life dug a few days since, and I begin to think I
slave any vinous, spirit- In U e love light of thine eyes. The knight subsequently became desirousof and being more distracted and miserable. Only have the premonitory symptoms of hydrophobia -
' an express license seeing his 'invi ible messenger,' when the when I living under law-only when walking t''In
the control of said When thou turnest from my shrouded following dialogue ook place : The knight in obedience, is child or man, family or State, less 'tban two seconds alter this last remark

of twenty dollars Paleness t) a fairer face.! I interrogates the spirit, 'And where!' doest thou happy and truly-prosperous. Selfish passion Knjou bad the coupe all to himself while
with the costs, and ,the be crowded come from?' 'I come from Prague;in Bohemia.' every where is anarchy, begetting injustice the two tat meu were seen bolting across tile
the one half of said pe- Let my,image not : How far is it hence!' 'Sixty du>'s' journey,' bringing forth destruction. Tae reign of conscience fields as though forty mad dogs were after '
\ raoDJ so offen'ding shall Wholly from its olden place. replied Ortbon. 'And hast thou returned only is calm. The reign of order is. them, puffing and blowing like poroises- The

his or their sail license conceal'it hence in so short a time 'Yes, as may God I 'peace and quietness and assurance forever. affair might have ended nere had not the wag t
t Ab! thou lov'st roe-to
enforced mortal help me; I travel as fast as the wind, or faster' Charleston Mercury > boasted of his exploit, the particulars of which 1
i\i, strictly. ten Would surpass all art. i What, hast thou got wings?' 'Oh, no.' 'llow getting to ears of Taxile's friends be was so
*. I see it, 1 ran (e-el't, fast Australia. that in his he
, : ZYL sTRA Mayor. .can hen canst thou fly so ? 'That is no busi- quzzed rage sought out Rajou
f1. Burning down iato my heart. fleas yours.' 'No I' said the knight, 'I should The moral condition of this new gold region and gave him the thrashing complained of..
like exceedingly to see what form thou bait., seems to be worse even than that ot California. The court decided that he bad not the right to
: Close closer,bending over made.' John Bull will from this that chastise the and the
;.. '. 14 days from Balti- come and how thou art 'That does not concern see men eagerly hoaxer compelled fat
, bush Corn, 40 bales This my weary,dying bed; you to know,' replied Orihon;J be satisfied bent on gain are pretty nearly. alike everywhere cattle dealer to pay twenty-five franca for the j''

d. Sager, 40 bile Lard, Now I'know; my mortal lover, that you hear me and that I bring you intelli-I I ; and the lesson this tact teaches will assault. r

30 bUs Apples, 5 THOU wilt love:me truly dead t gence you may depend ,on.'. prevent any expression of a particular hor-
, ., 6 cub of Bacon 40 That the spirit Orlbon did afterwards ap ror in relation to California. A medical man, A DaaJalJq IToanff Widow.Of .
., 25 boxes Tobacco, 3 From the National Intelligencer. pear to the knight, first in the form of 'two writting from the Australia diggings, says all things in creation, there is nothing f
50 boles Soap 9 cub Spirit ILapping.Mews. straws which were turning and playing to- that the state of society is law in tbe extreme. so captivating as a blooming young widow,
baskets Champagne 10 gether on the floor; and afterwards as 'au immensely The greatest insecurity of life.and property nothing so loving, so loveable. The folioing
10 doz.Brooms, 10 nests I Editor*,-An article in a late number large sow,' together with other entertaining exists. Bands of toe greatest ruffians under from the Lawrence Register, is a case in point. .
Lemons, 10 casks I of the'lntelligencer,copied from the'Journal ,matter, the curious reader will find by the sun are prowling about unmolested by the While in Arkansas in December, saw and j
: ,400 boxes to of Commerce; proves that the spirit rapping reference to the cbronicle of police or tbe diggers, and every night, and conversed with a young and beautiful widow,
;;; B. E. CAR delusion i'nothing new under the sun, 'FROISSART. sven in broad day. too most impudent ,rob only 37 years old I who had followed to the H
by showing that tbe same 'phenomenon' appeared -_. beries are commuted. grave the bodies her four husbands it was

IT ...PAS:5, b. BB tar' back as 1789. 1 was remindedby Obedience The writer then proceeds to specify what at a country party, in that wild region we i
this of a scrap of History which informsus ft Discourse'was recently) preached in the City precautions honest men must take in this Geenua. first saw her. We liked her appearance and
\VIWS'S. that an imposition,.'similar to 1ba now deluding Washington, by Rev. Dr.Dewey, enforcing He says : obtained an introduction. She was all life and
;.,; 'OR 1653. the credulous was practised at a much the principle obedience. This sermon has animation. The pleasure of the dance washer
earlier period. The account to which I refer been published in New York and Boston by You will be surprised to hear that I never delight, and ihe appeared the 'gayest of
is by Sir: John Froissart, in his 'Chron venture from my tent by night or day without We half hour in -
{ : tWO: OOLLA.BS4 TZAB. given Messrs. Francis and COt The preacher: de- the gay. spent an conyer-
.' Jobnes translation vol.111.cha IS.) my revolver in my hand that 1, never lie downto
icle* ( votes portion of his sermon to tbe subject of aitiou with the Arkansas belle. We talked
: JrtW SKXttS RILL ft and is interesting, aside from the resemblance family: government, which be thinks is not'arranged sleep without.at my side, that we watch cf the country, wild game; different kinds of
OlUUV.UI aUf. just alluded to, as an evidence oi. the 'simple as it should be in this country. We the tent by turns to save our property, for the Ute,single and matrimonial &e., about which

.. curiosity and religious credulity of'Ibis faith- quote from this part.of the discourse: i. ruffians,knowing that we have a considerable she spoke wetland very correctly. In a ten i
nor become wn.... ful old chronicler; for the fact hat..be manifested Let us go back to the family discipline,and stun of money always in the tent, keep a der tone ot voice, (tor we' felt '.interested in
habits-(few of great eagerness in obtaining the particulars sec if we can determine what it should! be. bright lookout upon us. We see our tent already ibis dazzling beauty,) we inquired 'Madam. ,

: and toake,borne the most together with his voucher for their truth A p relt..i is one,_to. whom! is committed the prepared fur a siege* -muskets, pistols how long baa your last husband been dead?' .
; pkce--who do not now,I appears prominently\ In the narrative The charge of training beings, utterly) ignorant,incapable bayonets, and revolvers' always ready.. My 'Ten days, yesterday,' replied the afflicted
believe wherever ran the. story as told by! Froissart is too lengthy for a of reasoning-incapable, at first, of medicine chest' which weighs about U. cwt.,' is widow. loud heaveusT tuoubt we, 'a hue I II
happiness and true moral newspaper article, and I will make such ex knowing the reasons of things' ...up to knowledge elevated to the post of the treasury box, and band dead only ten days, and -im widow one 1
so thickly into the tracts only a* suit the present purpose. virtue and brlppira l'- To his care, to to each handle we have a fierce dog. The .ot the gayest dancer* at a ball.' We were ,,so1 S.
of our country's industry About 'the year 1360 (nearly five centuries his love and tenderness, to his guidance and night is generally) enlivened by the cry .ofmurder ;
<< The Home Journal is the ago) Raymond Lord of Caruso bad a diffi control .they are committed. His position : the mumed cry of some poor devil I careOn :
: sl busy nation Ia. the hours I culty with a priest or'clcrk' about tithes, the I implies, authority; divest it of that very, and it gagged,the barking of dogs, and the occasional out what she told u. was. true. tier husbaud. I

lv" \ \ collection of which he had resisted. The loses all dignity, fitness and reasonableness.It report of some description bf firearms all No. 4,' for several year had represented hi* .
"/rs. a Gentleman t.s that some fun is going on some-
threatened and departedi'About .announcing ana was
priest vengeance cannot have been meant, that bis wisdom country la the Legislature, highly
is one ol which: lie :re* when wbere. We dare nut stir even although we
the knightleast talented
mouths after butt
three should be thwarted, and his life distracted by esteemed nut as a legislator *
+ Y. ?heck,and it is uasor- thought of it, and was sleeping in his the passion, caprice and wilful nets of his chi see a man being robbed or gagged 30 yardsoff a clever,jolly kind of a man. Tbe man this
; bit lady in his castle of Corasse for there is just a chance that it is a'plain'as belie for No. 5 luu
: for Ant copies $ bed with diet; but that their passion! caprice and wilfulness wilrf'Woods entraps may
j it here to draw from V
invisible messenger, who made such they call you your toretendtExrbarWtpoper.bhu V
there came should be his '
subject authority. gods ,
always m You
sack it. will
met' and then to naturally:
thint tent
noise knocking about every : they such
delay. Address a there any thing as compact, in theca is some _
; & WILLIS, with in the castle ss it they were determined ..e, we should say, it. is but a fair compact say, why live in such a place, U ,this, wnen I .
ethers and orderly for near
toA street,New Xork. to destroy all within It; and they gave such between the Iwo-'! will train and take care there are quiet ( be Sioas.-The Baltimore Argus -Greely _
whatever they .sayai :
door of the chamber of the the commissioners; may
loud raps at the of you if you will obey :;me. It was never the Webb candidate
there is always quiet and security)? 1 answer spits ou platform, ihe ;
: .... &c. knight the lady ,was exceedingly frightened mean, in the ordinary course of things, that. sake of and may be a little love I Webster is mum; Fillmore" and his .Cab+nat,
for the gain
l Gin Moson beta The knight heard it all, but did not say a duties should be martyrdom. And yet, half cold, Toombs,Stephens: Gentry,GiddlDi"and
&oida do Ale por- word he would not have,,it appear thai he little irrational of excitement. ,
I ; aDct. ,u a dozen children beings, un- the big guns of W bigger/' ia Congress openly'oppuse
.do. Sherry do. was alarmed, for he was a man of snflacien governed-wilful-breaking out constantly into The same writer says that a piece of gold the election, ot coU,and hone.t-lWuW'
Cordials, Claret Wine, for adventure. These noises and ol into weighing 37 pounds and eight ounces was '
any screams turning things
courage passion perpetual ,where it
lug Whigs, ,
give ,
every up 4PotiUcans
,U E. CAflR., tumults continued in different' twits of the cas disorder
tie for a considerable lime, and then aaed.- that-running this way'and that way, without shilling per head. make fools or themselves 'pettifoggers f f.

iTMi.t&allwin.abe: weeks On tbe morrow all the servants of the bouse- check, or controlled only by momentary'expedients .make fools:of others, and pretty 'Irlar.w.Lkcs'
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Judge of Probate *f Er hold assembled. and, went. tai,their, lord and. to get along/:-must make of the root bet's ADVIce TO YOUHO lira.=Live temperatelygo foots of both. '* .
of Administration co the said t tMy 1 \ life or ot some other person's life who has the to church-alieud to your ailaira-love all I-
of AId County_Decased'i one of them live like They who deny a God, either ia theory or
i ANN UUR ERT. Lord did you not hear what we all charge of them, a sort of living martyrdom.It .- the pretty girls-marry "
1853.i heard'this night* My Lord de Cora'se d &. is an absolute and enormous wrong in the a mun, and die like a Christiu.i piuciKu>> dcsiroj wan* oubilUy... ,,.

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IScoU's PoalU&a OB the I earned in all its parts! bclitve no man in this that the good and learned civilian, Roger B. and repeatedly l refuted fidsthcods-we cannot !round of dark beec woods. "

<}Ecetl oa-T&e WMff Platform Slavery Ex- Union could be more faithful than Gen.& Toney, a devoted Catholic, is now, by the appointment look open the request for as to publish the letter, I All of the travellers associations of tio
His whole life has been spent inadministerinc of Democratic President adorningthe I I modest-ihe applicants !
plalRed-Tile Veto, the Fugitive a of hl r. WABI.as very particularly are decidedly agreeable ; taste aDd net
and submitting to discipline and having taken Justice of the '
.i.il lave Law aad Ges. kon-Tlie plAce of Chief Supreme \I must first set as aa example are evidenced in itt construction and
tear Emtoa 0| teli stcbBowl- the official! oath of Chief Magistrate to supportthe Couit, give the answer, to this question. And, own 'party papers reasonable a
'" edged to be a Slander-Pierce for Constitution of the United States it seems II it is not too strong to write, that the very sn*> of such political liberality,before any u.I I meat and alt ita belongings. A beautifulden
, tbe Soatb--Scott apI.1l1t IIII to me that none but base-minded men would I gtesiion that Franklin Pierce :would act in aI I I ease can exist, for a call upon w to do more than well filled with: choice shubbery ao4

r fix I "Tits rile forgeries of abolitionists end incra- distrust its fulfilment; but if gentlemen require spirit of religious Intolerance in akin appointments :I simple jostice and that'We at all rimes aim to tovcaV IIlia tress stretcher down the declivity frost

::1 l, Jiila ,1 ariel constitute only testimony blwhicb that any act of Congress amending or repealing l- I r -that be would ask what religion party controrerty-r-we wiU merely add that ifMf. ,,:too distant tills checkered with all fee
a General Pierce has 'been,or can be assailed; the fugitive slave law, should be met by Executive I an American citizen professed-would be a .really wrote the aforesaid letter,it seems to tss r
t, while even from tbe'nn of the whics.. obstruction, and arrested by the Executive libel on his reputation. iafortheoming di and as wear of the foliage of the forest, and the
from : veto and ,that the whole influence of his Administration need' have been rather slow I' fill! both the and heart with
the most eminent and patriotic of its leaders ; ,! All that Ihe.frfends: General Pierce d. grain, eye .
I.H It d I and Us.journals.-eg well'as from thepublic should be used for that purpose ask,is,that truth may find its way In the trackof lag very much the appesranoeof: a 1CC ajAerthoogbt I'feelings of jo/ towards the hand thai', '

Jt records of the country-wo have abun lam free to say, that Ida sot Miere they am FALSEHOOD,jmd'tbe base charge, instead of /designed to do away the eflect of his!oas all things well."

\; 01Fi dant and voluntary testimonials to bis meritsas rely vfon General Scott for such highlanded cl tyranny. I injuring his,, will,recoil 1 with ,fearful effect on'his offhand janswd'eddeelaratioB. Mr.W.axis ne be- ,
I describe
! a man, his good conduct a soldier, and If they regrvtrs that the Executive soo# siandeters.-C,ampaifftt,PcsL live a thorough I1ru-r,his effort therefore ac- But bow shall the Palls,how

i if! bill loyalty as a patriot.On afford facilities fur extending slavery into tmit.Jrf Gen. SCOTT of that sin t, oar thinking has a vey the dim mysterious impressions 114 '
!I the other hand, no one will dray that now free, or the admiuum qf"nets slate States Rail and consistent look. awe struck feelings of that far far down k
6i into the Union the line nov existing somewhat remsrkaMe not very
beyond compact '
i t not only are the civil qualifications of General THE ANCIENT CITY. chasm, through which the,foaming sttorrent ;
/ think 1 hazard ttofhinst in saying that
0 Scott distrusted; not only Is the precedent t .
.; elf elevating .,ere 'soldier to the Executive they CASSOT BELT Urea GUI, SCOT.- Upon the A ,Proposal for the Whigs.One rushes madly from rock to roe :

.' I,r of' ,the Republic considered dangerous but father hand, I am constrained to admit, that in of two thing*.ismost assuredly certain. Either chasm to chasm, giving to hat r '

:: o Krave doubts are entertained In many quarters all official as well as extra official efforts by that Editom.of various Whig Journals of the counts,1 mortal *io creeps along at the base of inering '
: \,: and -by stets of bis own paTTy, an to'bis viewson the use of the Executive veto, to prevent :bs f'aJaifir else their own exalted"Fun t walls the feeling that, he is aloo
slave notoricas
, s' certain great'questions or. which abe peaco.and amendment or repeal of the fugitive law, are
t perpetuity of our Union depends. and to afford faci its for the spread of slavery and Feathers comes hi the same category himscli. nature and the Cud of Nature f a slag <

1 That he is unsounded on,those great issues into free lands, and for the admission of new This ground, we mitntaia without tear of refutation step am? the unfortunate"one would iq ,_.J

"that he, his never come under satisfactory lave Slates into the Union, DIY CJLB BELT CqUAUTV Or rEOEBAZ RIGHTS ABD DETEBKIIttBSStSTAUCE ,by Various letters of Gen. Scow while hi Mexico ment be hurled into eternity ; above eo

"t 'pledget; and'tbat he is now and, In the event HOST whim iwuaTLY foolish nroK Gs. PIKKCX hate notviihstanduuj ,about, TO ALL WHO OFPOSS THEM. ,.and by Whig:papers who have integrly enough meets the eye but the 9reruaajio roc
some men published "
ot will continue be '
to or '
,, .f' h"e'J by them' hostile to ,the more South some speech evade 6J last at.New Boston. (Laugh toeskthb trttliui > ttbe blue sky;- 4s rocjt*ir' Sra'

1 tmdfts institutions has been distinctly charted ter.) 'It be ever'did utter such, sentimentsif I ST. AUGUSTINE, SEPTEMBER llth 18 2. Gen SCOTT freaks ef Gen. Prxxcx's military career, the btUe'! sky is the.ceilfog! oflhfcnature -t

l 2 >tponilakfgiuel WHIQ-AUTHORl, )Y. be ever did fall into the path ot rectitude, it as being most gallant and says he even led bis*brigade t < / ,;,,;

And to this boor neither the general.. charge, was momentary and accidedlU,and for which -,- \ when unqualified so to do,from debility aDd exhaustion Iea.10 the ,hotel ke descend into tb*f
nor toe specifications in details- have been he is not to be held responsible [renewed DEMOCRATIC If OMIIf ATIOSg. while Journal of the Whig creed'impute rocks and '
; the
a satisfactorily refuled'.eitberby Gcn. Scott him. lauRbter for aO lii rotes in Congress and all gorge cleft in woro.deeperdeeper ,
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--- tl>r60i'1f3 qtn to Gea. Fizzes,want of courage,and call him a mean '
) self, or by any responsible person authorized his public acts everywhere, FBOCXJUM BIX THE I by the action tnaunad stream
FOR PRE8.IDENT.! the truth Who '
.to sneak for him, \ cBUtnoB or stAVK&r. If this election is to be coward. Who speals thousand Jtara.Yo go down some two

./; His friends in the South content themselves put on the sole grounds supporting ,Ioyerybtrond' I dred steps and stand by the.rushing at
Gen- fierce York
with round ,denial! with his insufficient and the requirements of the Constitution, ,. difficult but tolerably safe
pursuing B&$
'equivocal letter of acceptance, or with peals (as is now apparent and all other questions
4o his military career as a satisfactory voucher are to be considered of minor importance,then OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. bune. out, along the cliff until we come to the'

'tor his political opinions.On those gentlemen who think so are right in abandoning Not a long time since the New YOrk-Trlbanei of the first fall, about forty feet in prrij

the other hand, his'friemls at the North- all other parties and supporting Pierce.I .- FOB T1CE. PRESIDENT-. leading SCOTT organ of the diY,published in its col-1 I ular height, again passing we are alaok
\ most ot them the open and avowed enemies of concede further that if my friend from New "rthe called New Hampshire I the of the plunging
WILLIAM R. KING ores,an impartial account so earl: by roar waters
Mr. nod those who to
Southern Institutions-admit hat these charges York ( King) profess ,
"Religious Test.1" I I ,and ascend aube side II
lire true end advocate his election on the be anti-slavery men elsewhere the whole struggle on
strength at them,and as a triumph over,and democratic party do rally in support of Gen OF ALABAMA., It openly disclaimed, the slightest with to make political cascade, of over one hundred feet.

rebuke of tho'foul spirit of slavery. Pierce at the coming election, it will conclusively -u.ase.aw.tro capital out of the matter for It bad the diseern- thence to others not so high but all .._

To support what we sny and what the most prove the truth of what was long ago asserted 'meat to plainly fence that any attempt of that sort feed by the sanw resistless erergy of.&at

I'' : eminent wpias u TEX BAnux have said, we now by one of their ablest statesmen, that jGOVERNOR. would prove utterly abortive. lain torrent. We finally pin the hiji .
t NOBTXBM DEMOCBACT is THE HATUBA. ALLY of I and return to our hotel fatigued! veajfcj
I introduce witness who speaks in a tone ot au4 JAMES E. DAOO 1E. If the smallar fry of the Whig party would follow
1 her it v; a witness who has been the political SOTTTHEBB btAVZRY.. If this I* the position Of overwhelmed with what tWo .vtasu,
}I' friend ot Gen. Scott ever since he wrote his gentlemen, they are right in opposing Gen.) the example set them by this leading .Journaland impressions graven oa our njy vbjafe t|
Jt, celebrated letter avowinc himself in favnr of Scott and going for Gen. Pierce. 1 find no* FOR CONGRESS.A. quit the mean and deepicable business ofcsvi ling sad ineffaceable but inducribabte. We total fte,-

t t, 'THE EXTEftMLNATION OF SLAVERY/1 fault with those who1 mule that the sole objectof E. MAXWELL. miarepresentatloa'twould be much more to their Bred1 the deep dark chasm from which we oaa I

". *nd whose fanatical attachment was increased I this contt.'ali.I it. WiU they du it t We shall watch and see. -, merged w another world; a cave as it. "
';; b> Gen. Scott' declaration that he never attended .I I But the gentleman from Georgia in this I beneath this worlds every day cooaaaot

Masonic Lodges or other secret aisoci-' proclamation, say*-I speak of the gentleman FOR SENATOR.F. IT SCOTT abandonment of GAINES and his com-I: insipidit and tuff Ing. Jf use entia

j attunes; a witness by whose efforts, more than lions Georgia only-u part for tho whole V. UlJl11PBHEY8. mand in tubstnace preyed by for fcllowiiig I those scenes-and not bo inured tustinetu t
I those of any other, Mr. Clay twice lost the and when you take a small part you have got .f fkctive thought be must be dUfereatfi aj
f whig ,nomination for the Presidency. A wit.I nearly all, (laughter,)-Gen. Scott has not : his own, quoted from his defence before the Court I I common mould of mew \ floe tuned :psi'

i ne< s who exercises more personal and political been sufficiently) explicit in his acceptance of FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. Enquiry,at Frederick, Maryland. organ uuder the bands ot tba sc

influence in Pennsylvania than any other whig the platlorm. In making these remarks be W: TUMBLIN.FOR "6 lrcb 1st*-1 again wrote to Gen CLUeD : .I pruprietur Mr. ilooacdiscuursus mastesaiH

\ I' and whoso statements were uttered on the floor puts ont of view Gen. Scott's telegraphic acceptance _..,I'J.I'....."",.."..,,,,der gret,in every point of view the premature and un re-I .ly attuned to the'music of nature ever sus i '
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L1 I of Congress, and within earshot of General because, he says,that when be sent ELECTORS. thorized movement from Tampa Bay,by that Geu. tag from that dark abyss Merit;eaji .
that dispatch he bad before him an edition ol double bass.A '
f: 1 I i We, quote from the speech of the Hon.Thad. the platform very different from that dublish- McQUEEN lIcINTOSl, of Dural County. ((.1ISU) and the very awkward sal responsible position day, a Meek, a month can theselCftlll".,",

'I eus Ttevens of Pensvlvania.delivered July 12, under official sanction. That is all true.- J. CARAWAY SMITH, of Jefferson, he La placed himself in, by his subsequent visited with increased admiration clp| Ii

\ 1 .1852. READ AND JUDGE led first rejplutions published which Gen. MAJ. JESSE LOE I .i But sir, the chief object of the gentleman bad before him had not tuo wcrds 'final of his movement and ac oal position is his own; uS'seeing. VOUGIFroia "

\ : from Georgia, (Mr.Toombs) with ibo gentleman __n regard to the compromise..* in_ them.: but for he must have known u early U the 10th ultimo; .r.

I from Virginia, ,(Mr. Faulkner,) seemed they ale there as certified by the officers of the Hasty Extracts. ii not before,that I bad been charged wit l the general the New II*;aoJun Patriot.Gcuerul .
I Convention. I admit therefore, that Qen. Scott Stale Id*'* Tesilat re---,,,
the and nominees
io be to examine platform Hon. E. C. CIBZLL'S opinion of On. Scoit,June, direction ol' .he war in Florida apd that by interfering
be Ac but his let,
,, of the parties, and to ascertain which was ii not to judged by platform, by 12th 1d53.) "Scutt bu a padlock on his lips and the Tile letter of thus galfaut Gun.Shtelttft Htmust !
I most favorable to slavery, in order that be ter of acceptance, and his previously declared pub. principles ofSetea in hUt In sestet pockt land stands he coastituied hiinaelf an interloger. Even complete vindication of Gen. ,f, e*I
I iind-bir'H7&taaaeotiat8Cini"htrnrKe, thorn. listed"and taofan4opinorts. Mow, in'that letter before the country the c-ndidiUt of &he bighcr law J I if you haJ MI1Ji eat stores and.means of.trausporjation -_ military cuu4uct OA tip! }pnrtl:ular ptwittl
\ ',\ ,, selves under t that binnerv, He took up the Gm: ttattdeclarea1hA be wilt see the laws parly. I ahcuUl ccmmand you to send tM tvhniteact ward which his calumniator tare daw, j
vyhlu platform same things in which he does executed, and will abide by all the principles "The election of f-ettt under present circumstance 1 to him,unless to prevent starvation." must of their aetulls. Noifcn tint like although on the suli'ect of slavery it is ot the whig party. But that is not sufficient. would be to ceaffniM the Government in the Land \. conclusive; we could not make it mm frt

r *. ufficieiitly explicit,pGA.. Scott had declared He is required to declare that certain laws of the fret Skit party until their fanaticism has destroy O" In the Jacksonville Republican of the 9th,we I we coo U litcuui u .Uleuicut ol Ue taaUaf

that it met hit CGI dial approval and now in existence shall bv final and irrepealible, the Uuiou" find th* 'following "Eit.act of a Letter most ua, curding our own w. Th charts Ik;, i
would receive his hearty support, which the and that be will insure their permanency by "1& did seem strange that any Assert Southern mm ; Gen Pierce was nut m stay of alto battle, sfs I
gentleman says that Gen. Scott has not said,and the of the Executive veto, and tnat'he will use could support ticott." As reported in the flew York wisely halving a comparison between Gens* Pisses especially the murepreseuUtioiu in "$:'I '

I lie 1 lays it truly. Now, sir, ia most that the the whole power and patronage of his high office : Tinut. and SCOTT ; intimating that the Election of the former hay participation in the battle of Coatid .
gentleman says with 'regard to these resolu to prevent discussion on the subject of sla I would be an injury to the interest of Florida"iareference Cburubu, arc uiet and refuted bjrSbKl
I bony nsa whole,and in i disliking them, logreei very. Now,sir, this doctrine,which Qen. Scott Henry Clay on Military Rule. to the removal of the Indiana from her territory 's a plain staienai.l shads,in the ad:r

ith bin, although not, perhaps, for tbe same repudiates, and which Qen. Pierce adopts, itun- 'At this curly' period ol tho liupuolic, keep ; falsely alleJging in substance, that he Gen. P. aiislocto.'y m nner. It bus beat a Iboisst'"

reasons. I have read ';those'resolutions care. mtligatrdlyranng. What make authority is there ir in ia.f steadily iu view the dangers which bad is opposed to the removal-adding"and t* assuredit limes stated and garnlcd extracts from offer\|[
, fully, and I do not think they contain very good Ibis Government Who has to the uny final or overturned ewer' otter tree Male, I believe it FaiNxuv Pines ia elected President', there will reports havit beats paraded Iu prove tiwir'f{
,whig doctrine They are very faint upon the repealableJ power to make an act to be ESSEKT:AL to the lasting preservation of that General Pierce retired from the &U i
ot the National Legislature not only equal to, not be Indian removed from Forid.wiab: Iota ol
I subject of internal improvements, and their our liberties, alai a man, devoid vf citil talents, an Contreras before the battle,actually coraswr'ied.
s I \ entirely fritter away and reduce to the standard but superior to the Constutioi.t Any attemptto and offering no recuinmcDdaiiuu but one other similar balderdash, "'oo numerous, as well a- Gen. Shields asserts that Ua. ft*, f

r ol locofoco folly the question of ,a protec- enfbice such a doctrine is arbitrary and des lounded on military service, should nut be selected ridiculuna to mention ;" there is however,a portionof though very severely Injured con'i_* :t;

1 t tivo tariff, (laughter, and reduce U to a mere potic. tu administer the Government. I believe thai pretended 'extract" whirls is so extreme in command in the midst/of the fire onu'ltho 'trees fI I

I incidental accidental protection,depending The efforts which have been lately made by so yet; and I shall consider the days of iu absurdity, and effrontery, that we cannot pass if night,, when Until\action kna D4ttd f.,,, j
1 entirely upon the accident of tho amount of members of Congress, nnd high officers ot the tbe Commonwealth numbered WHKS AH OPPOSITE bus also been asserted that Gten. PterseH I
i [ ,;revenue required, and tho amount receivable I Government,to paralyze the free action of Congress 7BUC1TLK IS ISDED.I-.sptlC4! of H. altogether unheeded and without comment it is a. fol not in the battle! of Churubusco and Uteaf

r -a doctrine which my learned colleague (Bin 7 and to overawe and intimidate public Clay, at Lexington, Ay.:, July 12, 1827. See lowe: 'very different' ,would it be, with Gen :. that his brigude! was state4 in the report**''I

1 <' ,Rust) might weal! endorse, and,I bopo be will, opinion, are unconstitutional and destructive Matlory's Life of Clay.page 5iil. He has been in Florida"-that's a fact, any how, ot been under en.tibiclds' command, hahe'

I I .gel upon this platform. [Laughter] 01 every element of freedom. This movementof which the people of the State have a more than sufficiently relied on as conclusive prool of the sU tfj
Now, sir, they have very unwisely, as 1 these gentlemen is but another march in the 'It, Indeed, we have incurred the Drine displeasure painful- consciousness; even without the remembrance But what is the fact f Shields tt 4','

r ,I think interpolated a resolution with regard tononintervention' same direction. Whenever any Executive or and it is necessary tu cbastite Ibis furnished by his e&:1UDDlo u MOrder 48"- Picrce's senior in rank and,when their
! about which whigs differ, any statement shall command the people nut pcoplo with tbo rod ot His vengeance, I I odes acted together both were of coorsi-:." I
1 I nod will continue to differ. It 1s a foolish, to think, or not to utter 'heir thoughts, and it would humbly prostrate my.elf bet ore Him, I his pompous and silly three column, Bugle:and signal Gen Shield command. Gen.Shields'. '

thing to attempt to make uniform'what all human does not cost him his political 1 life, I shall and implore His mercy, to visit our favored I cua,annoaDcd movement against aa enemy whose meat in regard to that actiuo shows tittl< _, i
minds reduce to practical uniformity. tremble for the liberties ot the nation. When and keen of earls efoal'''
l can never land with WAR with PESTILENCE, wad proverbial watchfulness quickness Pierce was with his brigade which .
i Their compromise resolutions are crea ever a political party attempts i:, it deservesto FAMINE, with ANY SCOURGE other 4hun 'I such; that the most sly and stealthy prowler of the engaged in a desperate contest with din*%,,'

lures of modern birth, not the legitimate children die. Whoever whether' individual, or MILITARY RULE, or a blind and headless woods cannot approach them 1IDdiIconfta-i ibi,famous m).*. Wu need not tell our readers .!wShieldfc "' .
of whiggery for which the whole whir Government,or party,attempts Io enforce such enthusiasm fur mere MILITARY renown.1 is. tits heroic conduct sad his 6? '
, airily is responsible. But, as I said before, I principles,is ts detestable a tyrant as the King Henry Clay's speech at Baltimore, May 13, 18:18. tirstsur quarters measure by which the Indianswere rate wounds are remembered by every "
shall let that p,.. I leave them for those of Dahomy, the gales of whose city, and the I See MaUory's Life oj Clay,page W7. 1,&. to plunderlay waste the border settlements who knows anything ot the history of tat1 '

I whq produced'them to noumh. 1 shall not portals of whoso palace are garnished with and massacre the inhabitants without let Ion Under icon war. No mat who served in teat >**.+ .
disturb their paternal fondling, but\ they will the hideous heads and eyeleu skulls of I "No North no south,DO East, no West under the ance from him ; verily Le would be a Mlsblfc reliance entitled to greater honor than James >-'f, I
find them. slaughtered slaves Sir,this atrocious attempt Constitution but a sacred maintenance of the com- *
to &
t tI ti i never mo nurse ; indeed for the people of Florida, In point of view and his generous vindication of his 1
i Democratic muss.fail in this You imprison mon bond and true devotion to the common brothei- any
He then takes up the platform, country. may .. soldier shows him to possess the nom!-<,| I
that his lost tbo wind chain the forked lightning, hood." FRANKLIN PIERCE. He employ the volunteers when well known
and: finds nil opposed to cherished you may of the Irish chancier. Hs ulls Mkaw J
principles. He'finds it Is opposed to a but you cannot bind the tree thought and free that the very name,fa odious to..him- such a force has his alone sufficient to 1tIJf--.
I I protective tariff to river and harbor improvements utteranceof nation' ot freemen I cow,hesiute between extending the period of.residence too much the character of a band of freemen; for ODe eternal infamy all the coward/ I
naturalization and a total BSTSAI. of all
; and an,equal participation in the pub- of the of his crerbeariagand tyrannical temperament; those who have so recklessly assailed Gea. vw
acts Congress oa subject--car mind inclines
lie domain in short to all the ancient Whig The Democratic P.fly and JUligloes -
; to the latter. SCOTT. under bis command, mast play automation to his I mlitary conduct. General 8hiela ,"
i doctrines. But be find that,if ( itfra upon Freedom
f .
era are aware,is one of the U.8.Illinois.
t aid the In every point of view this charge of intolerance {dictatIoD-"mOrtOftr. says the "Extract:
,the:abject ti projection+ of slavery, per- He Is Irishman by birth.
1 -7etuation of,,(/ayttiM-tteM law,and she gagging .js:absurd* unjust and disgraceful.The .- r We take great pleasure ia acknowledgbf the "kea acquainted with the position of the frontier settlements an !
written to comri
ter was in reply a
I of the people,and 'be and his Associate, politicians who make it known its dis I I renewed courtesy of oar neighbor of the Charleston hi Florida"-if ibis be so knowledge must cr-nstituents who invited him to vail''

at once, graceful mount the Democratic slavery honesty. They know that Ibe charge bey Courier for bite New York and other papers which be mainly derived from hearsay or other second haad and address the people there. vYeste
: But the makes brin. against General Pierce is utterly un
plAtform distinction between gentleman the nominees than a founded.' They know that it baa not a particle were forwarded to as by Steaner Florida sources; and not from his own,actual personal observation tu publish whole of it, but the P f*J Jer :,. t

I I, .greater the platforms and, for this purpose, greatly of truth to substantiate it. Tney know If We hate received from one of oar fellow-towns who does the author of the 'Extract allude matter compels us to'omit ill : I

:prefer Gen. Pierce to Gen. Scott. He says, that he has opposed the exclusion clause out men,a note accompanied by what purports to be, a to when be speaks of the "Cow Boys"-we hope he, which relates particularly to kg.i i
I i speaking ot Gen.,Scott and slavery-and also and out. They know that no man living don't mean &". $ in this is more oppose to Ii;' for it is not less 1 I Franklin Pierce is the alarm (TI I II
the same thing 'Is repeated proclamation would be rather too bad a way of reco mme diD, his ,,
i to the liberty of his sentiments : the democratic party. The stet l ;
pine. gentlemen contrary
the nation,signed by or ten
to Floridians
with a ,kind of half postscript\ or half endorse- then 4t is 'to the generosity of his nature. reported to have written; some months since ; setting I favorite to at all en I I I of his cbaracte? make him worthy 01"3't :'

meat bY two other gentlemen. 'I have already And yet for party purposes they continue to forth, that Gen. Soon said to him hi a private tinetion. He is upright and boats -Iat .
,showy that General Scott's friends are not to circulate it, in the hope thereby to injure his conversation, "I wouLi sooner cut off my right hand From oar Travelling Corm the,relations vf life, a d peculialrwjjfll '
chances of Shame to the base fraud pe&deat, to Dd ho sad
Gen. success. ca1nRa cooicI.J
be trusjied tlth these principles. WbUe respect '
than lend it the
to ol slavery f this
And this fraud is too In the II fellow citizens. Like Andrew Jarad. :
Fierce save '1 accent the nomination upon TmnroH FALLS, N Yet, Aug. {&.
vain 'of thereby prostratmB the Demo denial letter, appears in a copy of the National /*- been cod wWee '
the platform,adopted by the Convention, not hope Mr. WILLIS well known, lawyer statesman.
because it expected,of rjjo AS a,candidate, critic party whose foundation stone is that ofequal UlUfttteir,which also accompanied the BOW IB question as a pleasant easy i should be the good fortune of thir. '.
but because the 'principles 1 it embraces corn-I and exact justice to all sects. It was ; we are requested by the writer of that note to good for nothing but clever sketcher of men have him tor its next chief ma a idr' '

mind the approbation' of judgment, and in the spirit of this sentiment that Jefferson, publish the denial letter--not as a communication, and places says of Trenton, Falls very truly I t like Jackson conduct the attain ,fUse I'f .
with them I believe can safely II' Wrt has the author of the Religious Freedom Declara. u an advertisement see no good reason for thai that it is"the most exjoyably beautiful> spot,croons I1 I meat upon the principles of rigid 0 <"
been no word of M of ay life in eynjllet' Frm lion of Virginia, was elevated to the Presidential columns the resorts of romantic in popular liberty. His course as a -.I1ft. 1
corre.poa our
encumbering our ,or involving oar scenery country -1
their letters and their antecedents the gentle chair that the noble opposition was madeto m the councils of hU native state," "t
man concludes! as well as the gentleman in I I the alien and sedition laws;' and in it that dent ia exp nse-if this letter be a veritable emaaa I Ii I democratic, fearless and trade ,;

front of me, f Mr. Faulkner-and In that they the Democratic party ever advocate equality doD from Mr. WACS, the Whij Scott Pros of the This romantic spot Is situated some fifteen' showed hlmael4 00 ill uestions and os ,:

t agrees remarkably with the gentleman from of political rights it is on the broad foundation coaatry, will doubtless give it abundant publicity and miles from Utica, and sixteen from Roma to casIon. aa abler and ezilbteae4'Ats _;''

South Caroitns, (Mr. Orr) slavery would of relitiou freeiom which, iu the words, make'the most of it,that It fa poaible for them to do. the North East,and Is reached by good road,,Use or the noblest dbrtl ot hiS hS" :
i be much tajsriathshandsof General Pierce than of Bishop Hughes, New Hampshire was one of opposition to that odious feature b \
Cond the fact of the r"
I -enD, uabluihing pertiaaciiy and over pleasant hills and in view I
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sir the Stales to that democratic Presidents I
i.. the stasis cfGmerel &oft.I suggest smiling tutton oi New Hamps1airet *.*
Now, sir. I Intend to1 be,frank upon th's tub ,. plant themselves. When did one o: 1 1 efiontery,with w63chthe press opposed to the Dew I firms until you draw up at the end of your I on the character ot Uw Granite '

I ,. '.80 ,tar as enforcing the.provisions of them ever ask what ,religion a person was of ocrttic candidate, for the Presidency,persists in vilifyI I,Journey,at a pleasant snug anddecJdedltlieau. -' stigmata and, disqualifies Aaaer1c3 "I:

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co rho i I BITCART. Tix Collector9*'Sale. ."i / Tea CptecforV&sfe.ft .

eftiM! lace cf uowotthy ttoollc Pft'j dicca; find I In the Hew" ;York Courier and Jn-; I I: Dru-Ia th1t City,oa the moroiog of the Bib, after ?Y venue ,of the power vested UK me .b, 1 law, 1'i J virtue' of the"'power eased in me Sy fawr .

ahd B6S.1T ktt4ed. .is a true spirit, for of. Saturday, the following additional a short illaess. Mri.HANNAH LORINO.. Relict JL# shall expose for sale beforeXhe Court House ih I j W shall expose for sale before the;CourtHouse
kdem 01 ooatckficc.aed deBouncrd .,. of the conspiracy in Cuba: I'I the of 8t. the first Monday of I I in the ot tfu the first
iMftrn of that Qeiofi ait' of the late Major RInD Louvre,sad mother of Col., city Augustine on city Augustine, on Monday cf
erripioD! % the arrival of the Crescent City, we January, lW,the following described property,!* January 1853 the foU'uwia.cleacrib'
A teaWfffttl with of three-fourth* cf tot W. R. Losina ot the U 8.Armyr Mrs. L. was propelt1or :
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[ the been to and
permitted some the tfuie thereof
peruse privmu i so much thereof will pay county so much u will pay the .State and coca f
piHurr eta .oraL For tfeto set of jusiict aad which furnishes us with fur- native of N. Carolina, bat for the last 95 years a res.- taxes aDd the necessary expenses due thereon. taxes and the necessary expenses'ftae'thereon.>> ,

Pfcytftfrewmail sge.lie is eetkleJ to the tlocere i ot the exciting news I in regard to deot.of lb.Ton. j I 1S9 acres' third rate had on Ilsatanzas rhr-r,as. 2039 acres third rate land, asseasrd to Solo

every American citizen who.- >> & of nCairs in Cuba Among other let sessed to S.Cheves,lyinj-partly in section 60.township Rourlgueabeing near Dun's Lake,and lying ia section .
the si. gfeua pracctiptioo cud l'Cuno ttllg I we have seen two from Madrid' ,one of b sooth range'30 east,and partly in section 48. 45,township 12 south, range 38 cast. Double i
IISUMI the wti, stales, on the authority of Senor Vas< township 9 south, range 30 east. Double taxed and taxed and.dvertiaed for flea payment of'taxes for
t taart with eirfc.Uu Vllb career ID the councils of iho Queipo Director-General of the Council advertised for non payment of taxes for years 1848, the year 1851. Also assessed for 18&) as per"Addi ;
la perltct Uroxajr with hie public thslt.. the Government is convinced '49,' O.Ucll85l. Abo,'assessed for 1859' as per tional List. *

4tte. active ate Both in the boil Island of Cuba will eventually be lost additional-Unless List aDd tor 1859. before.' day of. .JJeta: taxes and expense art paid before day of
Mftt Uvc Bed er&tte! of the Uclttx ; Crown of Spain, but tnat;,sooner titan taxes expenses an paid ..
PeHi, how Creoles tbe United should R. B. CANOVA.Sfcdffsnd officio ..
pee be model of eo enHcbteoed! or possess officio ex
sad eutaaeien. The dig tufieffcim ieity ,.it will be given up to tbe Negroes. R. B. Tax CANOVA'Assessor, Sheriff arid Collector and ex s.J.,o.' .. June 6, 1859.Tax Asscuor snd .Collector..,. c.

lire dbwgrK cbtrocter made ttte ftttrse to letter affirms that a treaty lain progress Jane 28.1859. J

display! ; but Ida ulenls. nd energy! 1 between Spain and the Empe Tax Collector Sate.BY '
' a powerful mdrorale of all great : ,by which it is provided that tbe IVotlceI virtue of the power Tested ia >me by law 1
to rock tbo ttdvaoceeieal of the public Navy now on the:Cuban station shall --- : hereby given to all creditors and all.parties con, expose for sale before the Court House ia
the welfare cf the country. He to transport the army of the black ST. .;rODlIt.I.ODGB1'O.! 19 cemed: or any'way interested In 'the Estate of the city of $.. Augustine, on the first Monday of

base a its green ifi IMS,sad resigned his seat tor to Cuba, when the negro slaves on ST.Ao Cftln, ATOVST 93,A. D. 1853 A. L.5853. Joseph W. Mole late of Putnam county, deceased! January' 1853, the following described property or

kfie h aioeet ate to 164& Bo declined SB land will be emancipated and Cuba will ALL Masons to food r aadiax, are respectfully la* that on the expiratien of six months from the date so much thereof ss will pay the State aDd county
senator of the United Stales In 1B45. up to them on condition of certain vited to be present,OQ the C\h.Nonmbel next,and hereof. I shall apply to the CantoProbate for the taxes lad necessary expenses due thoreon.
a _le'wt clteed a place in Prcsldeoi Polka to be paid to the Spanish Government unite with. this'and'other Lodges that are expected to i county of Putnam aforesaid,for a, final settlement of ODe 'Town Lot ia the city of St. Augnsttnc owner

ud$ to a '''8. tnd tbe BoolnaUoa for '- join ia a Masonic celebration of the centennial. anniversary my accounts with said Estate and a discharge u Administrator unknown situated on. Marine street adjoining

; al v e so state l in 1848. And yet this modest, letter states that' a secret' commis of the Initiation Into the fraternity; of the illustrious thereof lot of J. W. fimusey, and leading tkiervfrom direct
tious ctttetft who declined all has been.appointed,by the Government "Father of his Country. There will be aproaiatooen BENJAMIN CHAPMAN Admr. ly south to a lot of Francis P. Ranches: returned by : ,
gutted honors aDd who.retired to Catholic Majesty to proceed to the Court address and a Banquet oa the occasion. Way 99d, 1859. Peter Beneu Double taxed sad advertised for nonpayment ;

." itHJfte nitty fewer of manhood,. \ ,. .! ;and Ibe Presidency( France,and By order Scbr.I'LORIDA..1 days from.New.l ark 90 tun for of 1859 taxes u for years 1849 '60,and 'A1. Also .
moMiH sorry ..,lit ot his father, and propositions before those. powers D..JL DUNHAM m tor*. .. Flour 6 hhd*. Sugar, eased taxes sad per"additional list.before 1
are of
the Oulltary reifies as a private nt with Spain in vigorous measures Mall Arrangement 15 bbls. Crackers,50 sacks Salt, and 134 pack. .rsa expanses paid day

late tare breaking.out of wAr between blf defence of Cuba from the rapacity of From Picolata 18 miles distance to 8t. AaprtlD.; pea to B. E. Carr, 10 boxns O. Burt, Sundry R. B. CANOVA sheriff- and ez-off.

Mexico. Theta is a moral States' piftles. The commissioner' AiKivrs.-Mondays'and THursdays' 11 A. if.DmTB packages .to. Burlingame &Howk, and others. Tax Assessor arid Collector e.'t:e
deeperelrean portion of tbe life of Franklin had communication. the En -Sundays and"Wedn sda7 19""If.CLOSU. I t.
f reminds one of the early d heroic Government, and i is now said to be in I .-Sundays and.Wednesdays 11 A. M- Tax Collectors Sale. Tax Collectors sale. 1
Neither has as virtue of the vested in me by law I steal) virtue of the!
ietie two republic; power yet replied B.Y power By power tested in me by law I I
rtisbt President Putt who was well to bit proposals. ;In case this nego NOTICE: TO E1EIR8. for ale before the Court House in the shall expose for sate before the POUR House i

dbfu with his intrin.ic,worth, having fails, then the treaty with Bolouque is Q HOULD there be any surviving heirs of Don city of St. Augustine on the tat Monday of January, in the city of 8t. Augustine oa the first Monday of j
1853, the following described ,or so much Jan. 1853. the
consummated. property
following described
H White formerly property or so
him in raised him from the nry I
o ne to Ih1i congress bun, first colonel and I Estampiz made bis,escape from Ha GoTt.rDorofFJoriu under the Spanish Government thereof u will pay the State and county taxes aDd the much thereof as will pay the State and County taxes i
set In pponlijE of the in rather a singular manner. After the ,either in this State or any other in the Union, necessary' exp uses due thereon. and the necessary expenses due thereon. :
per in the
dier general army bad left tbe harbor Havana they hear of their erne acres third rate and, assessed to FrancisJ. GOO third rate land
City ot may something advantage regard acres assessed to the heirs of
are al He landed with bis brigade at Vera A vice,being the Buena Vista tract, and lying in
claim the Sebastian above .
found to a against Espinosa the
mpll was concealed in the bag Spanish Government! by head of North River
lag Wateca, June, 1847; aarcbed from there to room. When asked wbat he was doing calling on me or writing by mail withal! necessary lections 48 aDd 49,township 9 south, range 97 east. lying partly in section 42 township 3, 8. R.

*e tide ofliw'y where be Joined tbe headquarters! of there, be anxiously inquired if the particulars to prove' their iDdtlWl,. Double taxed'and advertised' for non' payment of razes range! 29 east,and section 39,township south,nags
on the 6th of August. On Ibis E.J.iGOMEZ. ea 1847, 4849. 50, and 51. Also sssesied 29 east Doable taxed and advertised
bad cleared the harbor and for aoa pay
s an '
but all was 'very severe OQ fresh levies, his in the af&malive be made his Yea Cm... ef Spain at fey Wed Fla.N. AdJidonal List for 1859 ment of: taxes for 18 .acll85L Also assessed for
cof was conttautly barrassed and .. appear- Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day ot 1851 M "additional list
that of It was tbe clothed in a priest's dress, avowed him- B. Jacksonville Neueina sale. UNle and i
lames paella guerillas. Fleridiantt Jevnal > taxes expenses,. paid befoo.dst of
ins time bigqsrettlyd sal opinion among military men in fugitive from Havana declared that he will please give the.hove six ioseruons and send R. B. CANOVA, Sbetiff and ex-officio.

tbat time, that Gen. Pierce from the ICl'Ute..puld his passage, their Bills to subscriber at Key West. June Tax Assessor and Collector. .,c. ale.R.. B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. 1
ve seen, w1S4a now in this city. September 11 1852 6f 26,1852Probate Tax
march with uncommon ability, and and Collector, a. J. c:. ;
let the
wttieb a remarkable skill and courage in his Sept. anniversary of the exe June 20. 1853.! :
We real vet 'with the enemy. pf,Lopez was fixed upon as tbe day ot Orange County Tax Collector Office St. Johns County. I

wbkh we bare eia noon alter tots arrival, he entered when the government uncovered he Jr lke. .' AUGUST 21st, 1852NOTICE. Tax Collectoif & 1e. i

curve as it were of Uexico. The battle ot Controras and promptly suppressed it. WILL attend at the Store of Wa tux CAKT .. All persons of color residing la the : By virtue of the power vested in me bylaw ;
y c lav police are very rigid ,in their searches. I of St. Johns, who within the i i for sale before .
tiuii the campaign in that valley on the BKU'S at Enterprise, for the receiving of the are scope expose thrCoart House ia )
can Ira house the police arrived Just as the f u- of'the subjoined Act of the General Assembly of the city of St. the I
Au ttiit. Pit-fee's>> brigade look a vcr taxes; of Orange County for the year 1853 Augustine on fist Monday Ia
to ...troutdil in that eojcagcment. He ; was leo.vinglbe door-a son in the famI Tuesday ia each week until the 1st of October every next. Florida, are hereby notified that they must without October 18 2. the following described property, or ( '
reaji'o.tt mnJed in on that occasion, I died and his relations' were taking.itp E. WATSON SheruTsad exoSoo delay, comply with requirements In the matter of so much thereof u will pay the State and county \\f:
line timed r hawed wiiii person arknowtedged gnive. They were stopped the gate Tax Collector& O. C. selecting Guardians; or they will each and all, in taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon.

1 snow uhelmualc4ean though severely injured bjr a ked, and all, even tbo'corpse in the Enterpise Sept. r, 1852. 4t. failure thereof be presented to the next Grand. Jury of 150 acres third rate land assessed to C. sad O. i U
vary searched Another house the police said county for misdemeanor. Clarke being the half of j ,
laU one one tract, the whole
the of .
ttreeves suii.4.rulunNI bit horse-or rather command by in the in search of some papers, and curie NOTICE. G. HUMPHREYS. Probate. tract was orginaily granted to C. and O. Clarke, ,
-he continued<< in I four !ladies Scene 1. B. it. "U'dtll" the Senate and the other half is returned
) upon young bearing STEAM ER FLORIDA by Jacob Mfekler south
puaita.1a4u WILLIT I
the (Are until (lame in the night wheu I ot Valdez, the wife and daughters THE will make trip to Augustine HOWM _/Bepreeentathee ./ tie State ef Florida in of and bounding on Moses creek being fa section

thews scene fc' tion lerminated. I I Francisco Valdez, who were engaged Friday the 17th September inst., and leave for Char on General AeeemUy cenverud, That (tom and after 46, township 8 south range 30 east. Double taxed
axed The battle of fthurubusco, one of ball cartridges. They were tuken It'lonthe: same day. the passage of this Act, free negroes and free mnlat- and advertised for non payment of taxes for years
wa pteawmr lent battles cube war, was fought act of filling the cartridges.: St. Augustine, Sept. 4th, 1859. toes over the age of twelve years shall be required to 184960.and '51. Also assessed for 1853 u per
we muver t ban a guardian, who may be selected by the free additional.
day. On ibis occasion I was ; Police seized them by the arms and -
VOYAGEUR 4Patriot. Scott to take command ol Pierce Gbariar.'I' 'Who told you to do Ih.at" Astounded To Itcnf. negro or free mulatto, and in case such free'negro or Abo, '
free children shall be minors aDder
the mountain howitzer battery,in i itny $ by the sudden arrest the young THE PICOLATA HOUdEUM009-. Tears,it shall be lawful for the father or age mother of ten u 160 acres land,being one half of a 300 acre' tract
e l11Roay. own two regiment, and with this unguardedly. replied that they were pied by Mrs. Rxin. The i.ouse is in goo J the case maybe, to choose a guardian for the same; originally granted to C and O.Clarke,the other 150
Ml back no tbe enemy's rear and t ttruest. by order ol Bettor Estampiz. The order: rent moderaate ; and posrsioo, iwo and la all cases whatever, the person chosen for acres Is returned by C. they,aU of which situated
ShieldIt a Pierce and myself, with t on further search 'found 15,000 ball cart dren.immediately.! Preference. to a family without chil guardian, shall go before the judge of Probate of the on Mantanxas river, being section 37. township 9 'I

<. GM. I'rN't ?; | commands, proceeded as rapidly aa ; ready made, some arm, bullets bullet" Apply to county In which he or she may reside and it shall be south range 30 east. Doable taxed and advertised !

4sr puttis ll crflbo'ground wxiuld permit to curry t 1 i idrr ., cartridge tapers, &.e. And a lure 8rptentbcr44 B. E. CAlC. ;!. the duty of.the Judge of Probate(. he sbillbe, sat AJ for non payment of taxes for years 184950aad. .
have dirrctel into faithful execution. Pierre ot o'Vdcr. The l ladies with their ". tailed. *..the fiiaceeof sach.penoa.to gave a: Certificate e assessed fos IW ,aspo s
< could b't ter: ins diwdtully at this time frun were arrested and consigned to tho dun Proclamut[on. under bis seal of office, to the person go Unless mixes sad (expenses srtf paid before day of j

lie it mere so, ifut <*i the i pre ee dl.t dar, and, as Con. of Burtolina. is hereby given that an ELECTION chosen II guardian.Sic. sale. .
tut tiuiter aeTM < NOTICE 2. Bt it further enacted That all R.B. CANOVA teriffaod officioTax
guardians ex
*9.t says in his report, was only "Just house ten individuals were taken held throughout the Stale of Florida,on
vhurico t i kern the saddln.: As we approached suspicious persons. Five Monday,November Sd.proximo. for Electors of Pres of free negroes, or free mulattoes, shall have powerto Assessor sad Collector,s. i.e. i 1
ibo b.rtlei, and sue for and recover all such sums of money as are June 116, 18&).
ni) iKisltion, direct:, under his fire pounds cartridges, Mere taken from ident and Vice President of the United distes. Num
ions in ird or may hereafter be owing to such free negro, or free
nK< t* countered a deep ditch, or rather a dt her to be chosen, three. ,
alllos of ConirerwMl Done at the in mulatto, and shall have the same control .offer such An Ordinance to explain certain'' of Or- I
row slimy canal,which bed been these discoveries are supposed to have Capitol, Tallahassee, this 10th free parts an
free mulattoes
refuted by GMat usrd fur the purpore of irrlj don. by the revelation of a spy, nn offi day of August, A. D., 1859. guardians negroes in other, or cases. u ia possessed by .. Jinance prohibiting Hones and Cattle from go* I

lav!*, io the raM time to heatitut.I ';so we both plunged tbu regiment of Batten, who speaks En THOS. BROWN,Governor. '"Passed the House of Representatives July 5th ills at large within the City rt St. Atrgtu/iaev ( J"

at bean a thuuc+ala h(.ri le I happened to ride that day I very well and who was bent to New York By the. Governor C W. -DOWNING Attest: 1848 passed tbr .Senate July 7th 1848. Appointed Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Alderman of

from oAeU active llexicai horse. This be has been for two mouths pretending Aug. 17, 1852. by the Governor,January 8th 1843. the City of &L Avgttline, Tbat the Ordinance ;,
44, prove the fei'roni crated in my favour, and enabled with the Fillibustctos. He re Secretary of State. prohibiting horses and cattle from going at large !

he field d tricate myself and horse after lately, and the arrests immediately ful-! METROPOLITAN JYotice. within the city of St. Augustine, be so construed u j
uati r oomme t1ft ("uhy. Pierce,on two contrary, his arrival-Chartctton Mercury. HOTEL. APPLICATION .will be made to the General As to subject such horses and Cattle one within here- I i F
Ipet ace. Pierseonttnue4 ted on large, heavy American BROADWAY, next session thereof for a charter after described boundary to a fine, that' are found at \
and horse both sank down Whipped to Death incorporating a company to construct a Rail large within the City viz: Within the City Gates .i%n!.
fire u itf late man I three brief NEW YORK. road across' the Peninsula of Florida under the styleof South and the lot of the U.S. St. Francis Banmeks .j !;
over in the ditch. There was or dayssinco we gave. par- !'
The Metropolitan will be completed, and the Florida Railroad North, and within snv part wf the liter on the East "; !i
termainatNdGen. company.
leave him for in charge of CJf a most horrible transaction at 81. ,
; for the side, to ot the Western'shore of Maria t
opened reception of Company, September August 14th, 1853. 3m. any part 1
i. Pieroe rcmmal\d.1 had not a single moment ., Missouri,-Iho whipping to death uf a First. Price of Board Two Dollars dny.SIMEON Sanchez Creek of aid City. .. r
aodi the I and the manner in which a few named Willard, who was charged LELAND &per CO. Notice. Passed in Council May 17,1859.EUANUEL 1

i ibe report to! employed on such an occasion may having fraudulently contracted debts. PEOFBIETOBS., 'A PPLICATION will be made to the General :: J. Dx MEDIGES ; .j

nd, bus the' fortune of A field and the fate of Louis ,Unton gives the following facts : August 98th 1852.NOTICE l. Assembly of Florida at its next session for an Mayor Pro Tem.y -I
d the stetemees Alter struggling< there,1 cannot say. Jennings,and Andcrven were, on '. act amendatory of the charter of the Atlantic and Attest -i .f ftsu.lI.&GI&
seas be extricated himself from his horse, last brought before the examining court. U hereby given that application will br Golf Railroad company. Clerk of the Council.
wboa their 'rlC d OD foot to Join his command, adduced in evidence, that Willard, the the next session cube General Assem 1 August 14, 1ti52. 3m. -
of oo.aree I ly cngigt-d in a detperatc contest cf this.almost unnarallcd atrocity was bly of the State of Florida for a City Charter tor the An ordinance to amend ait Or '
Horse and
15hields'sahavrs emy : and there be remained till handcuffed, from bis store,at 10 u k' town of Falatka in Putnam County-or for such an THE SOUTHERN CUt TIV A TOR. from pronlbltiuff at within t
soluff large
11te1 suffering and exhaustion he ,the:nab ut.and! conveyed through set of incorporation for said Town as is usual and ,I It MONTHLY JOURNAL. the City of .t. AnffUitlue.

which'with ground, and was carried all but Irequented'streets ot the town, to a customary in such cases DIVOTS The General TO AoxicrtTtmat, BOKTXCCLTOXK AXD Be *t ordained by Ike .\l a f.and Aldermen of
91st 1859. Planting Interests of the South.
the the field.'TnU is a true statement of in tbe ueiltb urbood. He war then ticJ August the City of St. Augustine. That i' shall alsobe
rotors who relation to General I Pierce at tree, and, whipped till about 1 o'clock, Notice for Settlement used Discharge DANIEL LEE, M. D., EDITOX, (awful for the City Marshal, .to report to the
act and his this statement I would have made at his murderers_ were no fatigued that they is hereby that all months D. REDMOND, ASHCTAKT EPITOX.: Mayor, the owner or keeper of any horse mare, t
given after
by every guslin,four da vs after toe necessary to temporarily desist,and NOTICE will foal( account Executor Published on the first of gelding, cult or mule, and also any cow heir,
tlMtuy of the my official\ report, but the brigade into town for the purpose of procuring of the Estate present of Antonia my Lopez decestd, u to the at the every low rate month of at Augusta, Ga. bull, ox or calf found running at large within the ; i I

in that srsl joined immediately! after tbe action, .. After drinking at several' houses, Judge of Probate of 8t Johns County for settlement ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE. the City of St Augustine ; contrary' to the provisions L
lie Janesof Instead of reporting to ire who I returned to their fiindi work. Willard and allowance and ask for my full discharge from of an "Ordinance, prohibiting horses and 1.
bee them in the battle, made their report I exhibited symptoms of exhaustion, and the Rxecnrorabip: of said.Estate- ad I shsllat the TERMS : Cattle from" going at Urge within the city of St. I

the toiled division commander and as his apparent that be could not sur same: time apply for authority,to turn over,that portion On Con one year 01 ; Six Corns one year. $5; Augustine. t
liii i.k it M s.amit action, which be bad no opportunity much longer, he war instantly killed by of the assets of aid EstsU (the only portion remaining Twurr-Ftvx Coma one year. $20 ; Cfcx HCVDIXD Passed E in J.Council de MBDICES February, 7th Mayor, 1t 52.Pro Tem. I i i
to stamp Dets,cannot be very him In the bead with a club. in my hands) ss was bequeathed by the will Corns one year. $75. Attest

and' it dues to military justke to make proceedings were witnessed by two of said deceased to her nephew Charles Downing All ttAeeriptiene, meet eommencf with tie Velmme. CHAS, HAAQER.c. c. \,
meat at this Urn, when my silence ., who_. were secreted in. an adjoining tfeguL r MATHEW SOLANA, THE,CASH SYSTEM will be rigidly adhered to, r
suoetIC. liable tc misconstruction." Extculur. and in no case will the paper be aeat unless the money Billiard Table and Ten Pin Alley. t tT
EQtOta body was deposited In a thicket near St. Augustine, August 28th, 1859.r accompanies the order. A the Magnolia Retreat, open throughout the

,.,. The Nm York Iky Beak( it was intended to be kept until TAZE8 Addrrss, WM. 8. JONES Augusta Ga., ..6iLda,aad .Evening. '
IiWIil I Notice to Judges. of Probate and no48tf S MIRANDA.
ittes e( when an opportunity would be offered Nov 39 .
MR BUSK*-Too profess to be a attend every day(Sundays excepted) at Trustees of School Districts*
it in river
10 vsriiWe that you have always been whig ; I my Office la the coon House aaiil the let day ofOcteter HOTICJ2.IB ;
fuse to support Gon. Scott tbe regu)0. fortunately' however, some account of r next for thepurpose of collecting the State NEAR twelve months s go,the Register, who,is, HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditors Htirs
the prase inated camdate: of the whig party. affair came to the knowledge and county taxes fbi 1659. virtue of his office, Superintendent of Legatees, & others interested in the Estate of
all you jecoocile this with citizens,and prevented this plan' of con. All unpaid taxes after let October will be abject Schools for the State caused to be printed and for Henry Kloone late of "de. Johns County deceased

to G 8.a Yours, U is easy to beteive that the roar- to levy,advenistm and sale. warded to iseh Judge Probate ia the 8 tote.blank that on the expiration of,six Months from the date
August II. would atari a report thai Willard, af R. B. CANOVA Sheriff and ex- forms of the reports required by law to' be made by hereof I will apply to the;Court of Probates for the

ibe oaatwratby We don't eat 'ngger! soup this {nl whipped, had Jumped into tbe river officio Tax Assessor and Collector s.s.c. them,u Superintendents of Schools for their respects County of St, Johns aforesaid, for a final settlement .
the whig or other \ A constable arrested Lanxslon St. Augustine Fls8t lye Counties; and,also,blank forms of the reports re I I of my accounts with said Estate, and a discharge'u
dIr that Bewardism party will any not be party. and Anderson, )and in performing Johns Co. 14U,August 1859. quired by law to be made to them by the Trustees administrator thereof. : 4
a narrowly escaped with his life. of the several Districts. He also forwarded to each I FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr. t
portance and power in lie Slate by citizens, whose indignation scarcely MONROE CIRCUIT COURT/ Judge Probate a copy of the School laws of the St. Augustine February' 2lit 1853.NOTICE J

sl M tion ot Gea. Scott, and we will go any bounds, would have lynched the &ebeca BarDeu Compt. 1&CUCUT. State. Bat up to this time,only eight Counties ia the ,
Till I -Orsnges; Lemons I.
then we must decline giving tit. State bavi reported u to entitle the children within Opeullis; Ape *
Jeep Kjieldier. and comfort.. You.or any other parties. on'the spot, but for the law and Richard Bennett Deft.Bill for Diyorot.e their limits to their proper shares in the interest' of PcuiorsPrunes. ''Pea- Nats, sssorted \ \.

rote for whom you choose. We jsentimenta'advocaied by many of the the School Fund which is by law to be distributed Preserres.ConfeetioosySegnrs, Liquors, ftc. \
Mof residents of St. proof having been made to me that Richard
Joseph. 27 B. E. CARR. I
ttsssof'tho ,
thi+ to over to the Locofocos 1st des of September next, those leThe March
you go the lime of the abduction Willard was Barnett the defendant in the above case resides out o f on the { amongst ----
-Qot a Locofocu. Do aa your : the State of Florida to wit;ia the State of Looaiaaa, pU re is hereby given! to all persons having
n JudplltGt dici&r.e.-BL Day Book roast destitute circumstances, .and his it is hereby ordained that the said Richard Bsrnet Register, sincerely l desirous that the children sgaicst the Estate of Pawn F. Prrpall.
was nearly in a state ot starvation, of County In the State get their the same.whhia time
appear and plead answer or demur to this! Bill filed in every may proper deceased to present prescribed
m f PSJJJ A TOTi&ziKffir ur KUTUCST.- pdOple ofSu Joseph alter becoming a said case on or before the first Monday of Decembernext t 1 shares in the distribution aforesaid most earnestly requests br law or such claims will forever be barred.
McKee, E q.,tbe whig elector of of their condition, raised for, their relict or the same will be taken u confessed sgainst those Judges of Probate,'who have not done so, ,I V. SANCHEZ,Admistrstor.

ss I,.lea ucky, has come out in a 11 8500 him: Provided,that a copy be publish. ia some public i' to onraaixe: their Counties into School Districts, pro- April 3. 1853.
from the Trustees of rbe Several School
powerful speech& against Gen. newspaper ot this State for the.space of three cure Reports !I I-
eclatof mouated the against the whig sun u very well,* said an Irishman, months before the said first Monday of December. Districuand send in their own, reports,without unnecessary Notice
stump deL '. after date I will the
weeks apply to fudge
9d D.1852. )
wrath of ,
in the is two August .
opinion moon
hie Ilfe who come into that and I my SIX
county ; JOS. B.LANCASTER Most Respectfully, Probate of Putnam County fur letters Ad
affords in the night Judge
,accounts,be wakes lie fur fly the moon us light Southern Circuit State, ot Florida. D. B. WALKER ministration on the Estate of Feribee Tbigpea.late
He is at present the representative in when we re.lllwADt It; whereas we have r R.gisie.f P.itie Lande, 'and ex eci of Putnam County deeernd.

.. isktere from that strong whig. with win the day time when we have TAX CULLEU'ltJKCt: hK UK&D3, for &,,eriateadut.1&h.sls/"r the State ./ FUrida. LUKC JOHN.
[w. for it. at tbis(Office.. 1.Jr. 13,1850. Pilatita,15th May 1859NOW .

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-lhiilii. 'li etor,. For the conaty of Marion the. bnfirst Monday in I r # 'd; FORWARD: k 'TOW E:: I TABiUTY-SECURITYPEftp'jij
Mi.... SSel'.tOn: 8t. George,Street,north of December. ,. Tirtue of the power rested in me by law I 'i : "' $900,000: tg

''t:the rublk !Sauare" and.: one door north ol the'Methodist f I ,For the ccuntfcs of Alaehua and Levy, .'on 4 the"* sec-. BY expose for ale before the Court House j I ATTORNEYS. AT LAW AND SOLICITORS I|r THE. SlUTirAIi' LIFE iicijxCOlPANT .
C&roh.Flofid ond Monday in December. IN CHANCERY. _
th. the first Monday "- -
Of -
01 Augustine, on 0 .
in the
** On Lane of Columbia, on the third city j
< Monday
\ Treasury North
fff : oft 1 .Forthe county
I. I' January 1853, the following described property or AIjl' fi.mm OF NEW YORK-NO WALL&*
lie December.
: in
U- I *1'* ''c1tHtd.,pincsuare.S : On Charlotte and Bay Streeta few The U.S. tCourt, at St. Augustine, on the so much thereof thenecessary"expenses as will pay' the. Hue State therrou.and cornty F Loa r'b'.A.' MET Accumulated Fad,NOT. I$t....1849 '

.doofb Bomb Eastof\he Public Square. first Monday In April' .'. ,. taxes and VVM. A. FORWARD, I SIMON TOWLE. ,securelyinvested ia Beads sad M;ron _
s *! 4 i Planter H itl. On Charlotte Street and Treu- TISJB VELLER'S'Ol1IDE., 3GQ2 acres third rate land, assessed to Santo Late of'St Augustine, East. Florida, real estate in this city and Brooklyny. :._ _
1 hiry L u.l1JnhQf the Public Square,annexed to the"Florida f. I Rourigue.being aeaxPun'sLc.ke.and lying ia IeCI of the State and' City of New York &D4: _- _
S I lion 45,township 12 south, 28 east. Double ,flutes Government. .
House. :' ART UNION PHILADELPHIA '\.. ._- _
411 of for This fund is rapidly increasing
I :-'- BOARDING HOUSES. taxed and advertised for payment taxes by a widely*

!: ; l 'Mi*** Fath. On St. George 'btr: et, a few doors From Charleston 10 New, Yor}. Leaving daily at the year 1851.- Abrf assessed for1853. as per"Addlti : Incorporated, .by the Legiilature of ded and prosperous business. _
South of the.Court Boric and Public Square 31-2' o'clock r. M, By Steamer Wilmington' 180 nal List. ,< ;: *' Pennsylvania. 6 --ThiCompany declared a dividend oi pro

'I, *(?. 'JV P n. On Bay street/ corner of Bay and miles-Bf Railroad to Weldon 16:1 miles";"-Topetersbi Ui.leas tue. and expenses are paid before day of FOR TilE PROMOTION OF THE ty-two per cent on all existing policies .o! -

d ; Garden Lan f 6).-To Richmond 22.---To Acqnia'Creek sale. dl.l.TS, OF DESIGNIJY TilE of January, 1848. hAll .
,,1. DOCTORS.Doet. Ta_i y Steamer to Washington 55.-By,Railroad to R. B. CANOVA,Sheriff and ex officio UN TED STATES.OFFICERS. the Profits are divided; a* _

.j F. Weedta. Office at his Dwelling House ] Baltimore 40.-To.Philadelphia 92.: -ToNewYork Tax .Aaaeuor aDd Collector,a.:. c. the Insured. "It il ,_ _
I on Bridge Street. : 87. Total distance 771 milet.Time 60 hourSr Fare June 6, gfrlS; ;' J The premiums are payable! in cash amaaltai _
its "- Di 1.tA- E. Peek. 'Office t on St.'GeorgeStreet, 820. Him. C. CIKT, President WELI.UJI, D. KILLh annually or quarterly, interest beta j added a._ _
Tax Collector Sate.
a few doors North of the Court House. The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves' Charleston Vice President, EDWArD P. McrcniLLTreat* deferred payments. ___
: Y .of the rested in by law J .
Tp virtne me
', the : power trrer, E; H. BOTLXK Recording Secretary The cash principle adopted by this Cctap
: I (; A every tenth day after of April,o'clock :r if.Thro shall for sale before the Court House in ,' _
expose GEOKOX W.DTWEY to the for whose
Q I -, '' r. C ;Zylttrt... Chemist v and, Druggest! Charlotte in 60 hours Fare (State-Room) $25.From I the. city of Su Augunint.':oD'the first. Monday of ---00-,Corresponding&t:. are wres effrctedtbe parties whole of the benefttrthe: adn1itaZUIi.abjeet huu
Street. \ Charleston to Philadelphia*-The Osprey _
January 1853, the following: described property or .
them the of'
MANAGERS to heavy drawback
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leaves Charleston every other Saturday at 4 o'clock,
: so much thereof a's will pay the State and county lated ..
LAWYERS.JS. ,.*.through in 60 hours. Fare $20, taxes and expenses due thoreon. John Sartain, Charles Toppan, James S. :Wallace premium notes. ..' .
0'' D. ';../ iIIeryLane.t iOo'clOcki.3t.Bj, S. C. Railroad Augusta 136miles. son,M. D., Charles G.Leland William D. Lew- the lives of others. married :woman cz -
a' Councellor Railroad Atlanta 171.... unkuown, situated pn Marine street adjoining is, Joseph D. Stewart I". cure the,life of her husband,the benefits of tf I :f_____
}. A. Putnam.: Attorney and -By Georgia to -By lot of J. W. Swiuney, and leading therefrom'dirertIf D., Edwin R. Cope,
secured law for the exclusive, of _
by _
and Railroad to Griffin F LI I Law'otfice, Picolala street. Macon Western 42.-By I south to a lot of Francis P. Sanchez, returned by Hart, A. M., dren. -
George S. Fairbanks, Attorney and Counsellor at Stage 10 Opolaka 35.-By Railroad to Montgomery Peter Be et. Double taxed and advertised for non -James L. Clagfaorn.! \' -

w-4..Qicc1za; the Court House. 65By Steamer to Mobile 331.-To Newr-Orlenna payment of taxes for years 1849 '50,and '51. Also Every Member. for I : Clergymen and all others! dependent apoaj

166. Total ,distance 1,006 milej. Time 123 hour.. ,. assessed_ for 1852 a e per"additional! .Will receive;foremen the Tear IN ties arejpecialiy invited ro avail themselves r
Subscription of Frrx'Douaas
I j PUBLIC OFFICES. Fare $39.50.From l'wt= taxes anH expenses are paid before day of source whereby their surviving famQea may be i '
'I' fort: Office i:;. E.LtAmblaa, PQt. Master CourtI Charleston to NI .DrZe n..vii! Savannah, sale, *- a printofHUNTINGTON'S rom the evils of penury. .t -_ _

I Savannah 140 I R "CHRISTIANA AND HER P&lDpbtetlt'xptanatory of the principles of] _
daily ,t 9 A. x. By Steamer to miles. B. CANOVA, sheriff and ex-off. .
I Surveyor Genera Office. B. A. Putnam Sur- -By 'Central Railroa/ Macon and Western Hail- I Tux Assessor and Collector. J.c CHILDREN Life Insurance and illustrating its advaatag _
i ,Gen ral,on Hospital 3treetc:. rner of Artillery road to Barnesville 40.': By Stage to Opelaka 100.- Engrated by JOSEPH ANDREWS Batton. forms of appUeation,may be obtained at the _
\ I and Stre AND THE COMPANION the Company WaIl st.. or of any of its. ; -
Hospital L .
] lane iI By Railroad to Montgomery G5.-By Steamer to Mobile i Tax Collectors Male.y ,
Land Office.-A': T. Noda, Register of. Public 331.-To New-Orleans .'J'otal.d5ltancCfl,032 virtue of the power vested in me by law 1shall A print oriluntihgton' "MERCY'S DREAM.*, TRUSTEES, t.1 .!_ _
Lands: office in the Court House. B Engraved A. H. Jo B Collins, David C Golden f\
| miles. Time 77 hours. Fare $39.50.MISCELLANEOUS expose for sale! before the Court House RITCIILE New Thrk.fr _
'I* ".That. r. BUild Receiver., office in Court TABLE. in thecityofSt. Augustine'on the first Monday of Or the choice of any two of thefn lowing Wm J lIyslop.: Alfred WraBetta Edward, .,t] _

Jl uae. I Distances. FareTime.. I Jan. 1853, the following described property or so Four Splendid Engravings, R.HMcCuny.Ered iJ,
Iud,. of Probate (G. Humphrey's Judge,) officein Winston, Joseph Bloat,,
vix :
To Athens, Ga., 221 m. $7,95 20 h.: much theTeof as will pay the State and County taxes C W Faber Isaac G PearsonJohn '
the Court House. Tenn. 445 13,12 and the I.-3oax KKOXS IKTERVUW WITH MABT jQcizxor ,
"Chattanooga, 31 necessary expense due thereon. _
; Feter B. Duma Clerk Circuit.Court, office in "Columba,8. C., 130 4,00. ,8 SCOTS Painted by Leutze,Engraved by Sartain. P Yelverton, ,Henry Wells '
500 acres third 1 rate land assessed to die heirs of Theo :Wm '4
Sedgwick Moore
2. RCTH ,
the Court House. Boix -
AND Painted by Rothermel
S. C. 142 4,00 ,Eigravedby
"Camden ,
"" Bajael B. Canova. Sberiffand Tax Collector- Sebastian Eepinota,above the head( of North River, Sartain. Stacy B Collins, 'Z bedee Cook K ..
flue!in the Court House 136 4,00") 8 lying partly in section 42, township 3, 8. R. 3.-JJucY'a DBEIX,Painted by Huntington Engraved John II swift, -- JonaMuler *:. _
740 28,00-
"*; Collector of Cuttom John M .Hanson.,o.mee.-, "l\lrmphis..1'eun., range 29 east, and section 39, township 4 south,range by Ritchie. John Wads-worth David AComstoek: :
for either of the above ,
places .
Hotel. 29 east. Double taxed and advertised for non pay- CUBISTIAXA.AAD S M Cornell Robert Shujler! ..' "
Planters Charleston doily, by S. c. Railroad, at 10 o'clock HER CSIL BL'f.Pal.ttd'UuH' ,.
,. Inipettor of Cui! ms. Ora Howard clfice la ment of taxes for 1850and 1851. Also assessed for tington Engraved by Andrew: GOUT\Vilkins JamesChainber-' 'to. '

Howard Buildings,Market square. J.. x. 1852 ns per "additional list.Utileta ., Anda, copy of thePhiladelphia John V L Pruyn "-.of "- JosepnTuciersnas;'''* .;
** taxes and expenses are paid before day o! j Fred \Vhiltlcsey Moses II
T.;: -ff. Bronton. Judge; U. S. Court Northern Art Union' GrinaelU o.H,
Valuable Land Tor Sale. Reporter '
sale. Charles Wm J
District.of Florida, office m the Court House. Ely Bunker .-
G..R. Fairbdnk Clerk, U. S. :Court, office in THE subscriber offers for sale a tract of land con R. B. CANOVA, Sher iff and ex-oft. A monthly of pamphlet the Institution,containing a report of the transactions John C Cruge t Eugene Dntilh M t :

the Curt House. 10,000 acres, located in Township 6. Tax, Assessor and Collector, 8. j, c. and information on the Walter Joy, Franco S Lathros.. :
Deputy Martha Gforge I. Zchiibaur, office in R. 28 E. near six mile-creek which empties into St. June 26, 1852. > subject of the Fine Arts, Alfred Pall,. J 0 Thatcher, u. -
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three below Picolata THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD.no .'
Johns River miles and .known JOSEPH
----, COLLINS Praiiek
the .
CourtHouse. I : .
: ; .
\ JUSTICES OF TilE PEACE. as the "Huertss Grant." Tax ;;zeciorz Sale.; no ISAAC ABBITT, Secretary. <
I Gad. IJllmphrey.-office in the Court House. A small portion of 6D.i4 tract is composed of Ham virtue of the vested in Art Union of ; k'dadelpbia awards prize in JOSEPH BLPST, Counsellor. "' \,
me bylaw
,Geo. L' Public mock and Swamp-the remainderJs Pine llUld.with By shall power its own Cartiucates; with which original American G. R. FAIKBISKS, Agent St. AngnstineqlGth. ''' 1'
: '!, Phillip*, Notary -office on Boy expose for tale before thrCourt House in works of 'Ii
,. I I II JS'treet, a lit tie North of the Market and nest dour a heavy, growth of pine trees thereon.GEUONIMp .IIUERTA8.July the city of St. Augustine on the iltst Monday in States', at Art the may option be and purchased selection in nny of the'pvison part of the who U. -; :. Jyw

40 th,Post office. October, 1853, the following described, property, or obtain '
lSSt a at theAnnual ll1H _
31st. :: may prize 1f
," I so much thereof as will pay the State and county ,
.' Mayor-Gad Humphrey) Notice to Limit Creditors &c. taxes-and the necessary expenses due thereon. | Which ST. AUQUSTIPTE E ,
lake .f lace on the Xrening the last week ,. .
Laurence Andrea, persons indebted to the Estate of Peter C. 15O acres third rate land assessed to C. and G. Jay in Year. : -'

,;'paul..Ar.au. : } ...Aldermen. '. ALL late of St. Johns .County deceased! Clarke. being the one half of one tract, the whole THE EXECUTIVE trery COMMITTEE, OF TilE. TIlIS l S TA BLISil1i1iy--
\ E. ,d.&u.
.e are requested to make payment without delay : And tract was orginatly granted toxC. and G. Clarke, ART UNION .lilli" lug= undergone Thorough Repair$m
F.' J. Qatneey.Clerk j it further notice is given that all debt and demands, of the other half is returned by 1\Jr.lacob Mickler south season is now .
I \> of the City, Council, Charles Haager, office whatever nature against said Estate, must be exhibited of and bounding on Moses creek being in section When so requestet select works of Art,without chargeor reception present'ot Company., FAMILIES readH$NHTRANSIENT

\ < .at die Council room. : within two years f om this date ; and all Creditors, 46, towmhip 8 south range-30 east. Double taxed compensation, from their BOARDERS t",
,;::City Marshal and CltrloJ the Market. F.P. Legatees and persons entitled to distribution,who shall and advertised non payment of taxes for years FREE"' GALLERY, 210 CHESNUT STREET, can hue zpefua,

feireira.. < "' nit present their claims and demands within the said 1849, '50. and"'51. Ako I assessed for 1852, as per rt.operPons ill the country who may live rp- Apartments. i? -
PORT WARDENS. period will be forever barred. additional list., mpte from Galleries, or.public'exhibitions of the Rooms, Airy Clean, and' Tfea ';

/'. C. Zyltrat, Charley Hanger Jo,. E. Pomar. All busin > 8 relating to said Estate will be transac- *.-... t AII_ ? I! Fine Arts. ness itMIf, fiiriilshcdlinudsomelTfWautlu -; .

ted by my Attorney E. B. Gould, ?*qr., I I LVothlll" ;. : "*
I /1\' r4.t. AUCTIONEER. ELIZABETH ZYLSTRA, Admr.St. ISO acres land, being one half of a 300 acretrlkctoriginally Su scriptiona of membership; $5, fhld be .node, I, '
,*'':;eo.Center,F. P Ferreira and J. A. Strischa. Augustine, July1'1tb. 1852. 8wks granted to C and G. Clarke,the other 150 as early as:: practicable! :do: as to entitl members of, The J/ousefswell known as being r&eITv
**'' acres is returned by C. ftlier, all of which js situated early numbers of the "Reporter" whic will be fore I Built, Expressly with a view to the accoboiiutidn .

... .*,> MERCHANTS., virtue of the power vested m me by law I Mantanzas river, being' section 37. township 9 warded, upon the receipt' ol" the money, to auy part nf.lnuliJI.nd others..being entirelv--.:..

,JBurlingarae & Howk-Corner of St. George I BY expose 'lot sale be ore the Court House south, range 30 ea 't. Double taxed and advrrtfced the country. I built of \\ uotl, with Rooms connt'ctangFoLl- :
.and Treasury Lane. door at Mrllonville on the first Monday of August for non payment taxes-for years 18-19,'50.and 51. The Honorary: Socrrt ties ,will give receipts for Ii Iiot I ing Doors,. &c., which renders it Fr e froiaDampness.

I| BtrrougH B. Carr.' Wholesale and Retail, dealer next the following described tracts of land'or eo Afro awessed for 1853: ot'"per additional list. aubscrijtinsorreniittuacemav be made to I Fireplaces, Blinds to"windows:

of fint quality Family Groceries of al! kinds, Liquors mueh thereof as wll pay the taxes due thereon the Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of GCURGF. JS\VnY. through, opening on Piazza Promenade Th.-

&c., No.2 East side Charlotte :Street: Northof State of Florida and County: of Orn'nge'for the year sale. '; Corresponding iSecrtiary, I hundred Feet. Protection, from Uain.; 1l.

the Pabliuquare. 1851towit ; / P.. B. CANOVA, S'leriiTand ex officio I 210 Cht-sniit St.rcct. Philadelphia.} I Windsor., forming n desirable RET UT f l 4 -

Ueui'ge Burt iwaler in Staple and Fancy Dry 750 acres of Land in Tumbull! swamp belonging Tax Assessor and con 'ctCl ',s. J.c. I contin-ment at all s<; )iOnS of the year ,

\ '..' goods Welt side of Charlotte street, a few doors supposed to belong to'.Win '0 Foou returned June 2G,, 1E5.AnOrdinance I'I ire hereby given Antic that Fix weeks after date t Thv House is situated, fiicing South Ince
Bouth Treasury Lane., by Benjamin A Putnam. Not and from DweH'Ttie !'
retired other
will the position,
apply to of Probate
t Judge of tt. Johns
Set* M IVakeman. Wholesale and Retail dealer
i : to explain certain parts nf an Or- for Letters House contains 45 Rooms, with addh!)
of Goods and Groceries. the I Also, 350 acres belonging or supposed to belong -, County ; Administration on the *tnteol
\ Dry Grocery store on
I .Ground floor of the Hotel Goods to Chariot T Gobcrt returned by William A l'Jr- dinawe prohibiting Horses and Cattle (ram going Nicolas tianthcs:) a minor late of said County deceased. ar( Parlours DinIng, Setting Roomafl)cf'(

Charlotte street Howard's City Building.-Dry Store! I ward. at large within tIle City *f St. Augustine.Be 1'I venicacesin. general Fur Accommodation 4a-:
.. Misttt S. {f N. Pinkham. Dealers in Fancy. Also, 9(10(> acres belonging!; or 'supposed to belongto it Ordained by the Maif.tr and AIJtrman of 1J.URrCENCnES.. not Le surpas d. :;
\ Goods, &c. opposite the Planters Hotel oa Eastside Robert Martin, returned by B A PutnamJ the Cityof .fiit. Avgcstine, That the Ordinance St. August-np: June, 2Cth J852. J The well earned: Reputation this I

ofCharlO1tutreet. SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c prohibiting horses and cattle I from goingat large TO POSTMASTERS. }) ns from Year to Year acquired will ,
'? Pedro\{ enet. Dealer in Groceries, Pjojriaian .&c. Jan 31st 1852. within the city.of St. Augustine be eo construed as POST OFFllIi TAtflPS.- Proprietress*Mrs. 'DAVW aim to s slUi .: i 1 ,

I ,corner. f Cnna and St. George atreet. to subject such horses and, Cattle 'an.y within hereafter ,' 't fijr the_ : liberal Patronage heretofore: sbI'-_
". F. J. Qcincyf Watch maker and Jeweler, 'on 1 TO LARGE PLAIV'TEItS.: described boundary to a fine,that are found at THE.undersigned. Postmaster Pleasant Grove' turns her thanks. J --

1 .: George .rreet. nearly! opposite office of Dr. Peck. Laud largo within the City. viz: Within the City Gales l;o. Maryland, was the first person il1l j, The Table wit[be supplied with chotet
Valuable Tracts of for Sale.
, l7io'. Nelun. Retailer of South, and the lot of the U.S.St. Francis Barracks the U. S. who'conc ived, and undertook extensivelyto
Boots, Shoes Caps, Game Turtle Fish Ducks Vfflfeoa,
\\1 I! ,Oysters, ; :
Hats and subscnber as Agent ot the several owners North and within of the the East publish. the idea of supplying all post offices with ,
: Dry Goods, east aide of Charlottee street, THE any part liver on Turkeys and Shell Fun, which at tht tiaoa I
, corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. for sale some of the most valuable.lands side,' to any part oftheVestem shore of Maria cheap stamps. All stamps made by hiD are war Two '
,t II Lawrence Andrea. Tailor Charlotte street in East Florida, to wit : Sanchez Creek. of said City. ranted equal or superior to any othtr that can be I our Rivers and Forests abo nd. of

,; \. near the Fort. 800 acres valuable hammock land, West of Fleraington i Passed in Council-May 17,1852.EMANUEL ..... : procured at the same price, and whenever any are : more Hunters", sporting exclusively for. I tw-.':;..

JoAn Utina. Boot maker, Charlotte street near ,known as the Gibbs Lands in Marion Co., I J. DE MEDICE5. sent out in any way defective or unsatisfactory,du-1 House. .

'r( tCit' Hotel. 1100 acres near the Alachua Savanna, known as II Mayor Pro Tem plicates shall be forwarded, on notice, without Horses, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fi.sf2Inr" ,''''
Michael Nelligan-Cabinet Maker, Charlotte the Garey Grant. Attest charge. All who order a set of atrfrnps, WITH CIUNO- 'Tackles,Boats for Excursion,&c. "

I : Itreet,below Terrperance Hall.: 1400 acres in San Felasco Fammock near New-' I,i Cais. HAQE&, Cleik of the Council FOR DATES, at Two Dollar only-(for thirty Pie ) Very :

.JoAn Nafluq.. clack. Smith and. Gun Smith, near nansville, known as the Lawton Lands. shall be kept in stamps adlibitum. e'J-1 I PROPRIETRKSa::,
-ihr.' 'North Gate of|he City. Several thousand acres good and in the Arre- All ordinance' L to amend an 0;- Address "Post Master, Plcasnt' Grove _

a > dondo Grant. prohibiting Horses and Co. Md. f IT. B..:-It is the Tvlsh of the i' _-. _
i Bowling S lit y, Liquor and ReJretTimeni. *, by 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Augustine I Cattle froup'rollll: at largo ivitliiu -- prictre: that the Servant aWICCQI't
t I y. Drldier, City Hotel. "- ,known as the Bolow Plantation having 800 the City off ait. Aiiffiistiuc. Administratrix's Sale. to the House ulionld civil, at&ea :

Philip Gome*. Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, acres of open land suitable for cane and cotton. I J Be 't ordained by the .Mayor and Aldermen of permission of the Hon. the Court of Probate live and bbligius .:it:,.
'&,c., Charlotte street, oppwaite Bridier's Bowling And several other bodies of hammock land on the City of St. Augustine, That it shall also BY St. Johns County. will be sold,at the Court -- -

'AUej. navigable waters. be lawful (forth City Martbal to report to the House in the City of St Augustine, on Monday the CARMICIIAEL AND OSGOOPS '
j. The titles are undoubted end terms low-.Apply Mayor, the ownebor keeper of any horsemare 23d day of August 1852, at 12 M. the following real DREDGING LZACUEE.IEuuderssigned I

I, STAGE OFFICE. ; to GEO. It. FAIRBANKS, gelding, colt or mule, and also any cow heifer, Estate-of the Estate of the late Domingo Ueina deceased have been appointed ageaJ II.'
I Office 9fl\PievlaJLa' Mail Stage. Btidjer's City -Feb 28 1852 St. Augus n'OFlorida. bull, ox or calf found running at large within the | to wit: A lot or parcel of gronnd with the I of the owners on his invention,and would recon*: : .

Hotelo, > Tax Collector' Sale. the City of St. Augustine ; contrary to the provisions buiidings thereon, situated in the City of St. Augustine mend it to Contractors, Companies, or IndivkiuM ,
t I I of an "Ordinance prohibiting horses and and bounded follows who ate about doing work of the following descrip-"'<
virtue of the power vested in me by law I as namely ; on. the West i t
CHURCHES. BY expose for sale before the Court Housein Cattle from going at large within'the city of St. by George Street ; on the North, by lot of Darina I i f| onTiz: : o ..
Roman Cttkolie CArm' :!. North side Monumen the city of Su Augustine on the first Monday of Augustine." Allen ; on the South, by lot of James Unrlbert, and t Extensive drainage of Swamps,Marshes, ftPd c ft- '!

square. October D.ut.the following described property so Passed Council February 7th, 18. 2. onjhe East, by lot Joseph Pacetty St'Dior-said .gar Pis nto tion'. ..
Episcopal Chtreh. South aide Monument square. much therrof as will pay the State and county taxes E. J. de MkDIOES, Mayor Pro Tern. lot containing, one sixteenth of an acre, more or less. Building Levees around Plantation Towns, '.
I Pretbyterian Church. On St. Attest Channel and Bars at**,. i
. George street, and the due thereon wic. : Conditions Cash. Opening way removing
necessary expenses .
South of theeqcare. CHAS., HAAGER.c. Rivers and Harbors. "' f fi
408 acres being six.parts of'a tract of land assessed ',
,AletAodizt-LpiacopaZ CAMi'e1. St..,George street, St Augustine 21st July, 1852.ADAMS i Making Canals through S\nmpamallh10raadf. 'f
St. .
I tt' to Ynes Gomez, lying on or near th; ..
tcar._the Magnolia UousaTKRMS Billiard Table and Ten Pin Alley.AT ground. > ,
Johns River being in Tow 1 shii 6 'South Range 27 J
I ,the Magnolia Retreat open throughout the : water around Wharves and Piers.
COURT: East Section 10 of private surveys one seventh part andEvening.. .. & J30S:; Deepening '' I
OP EASTERN. CIRCUIT eonaisting'of 83 js.etnrn'd' Philip'Goinez'Double ,v 1. ? ; .. Keeping open channel way through Lakes t&a & .,.
OFFLORIDA.ars.ixo taxed acres and advertised'by nonpayment of, NOT.89T. 'Do48tf. SI MIRANDA.-- d ,, r, vera; removing Rafts or sunken ,Logs,uariflf If

p TOUI. taxes for 1850 and '51. Also assessed for ; NOTICE. : Roots of Trees,,etc. I
yean. -
Fot the Counties of Oraage and St. Lucie, at Mel- 1852 as per"Additional List. ,f I I HEREBY GIVEN to all Creditors Heirs, : To persons desirous of )Improving waste Lasfi 1

.Dnyille, on the first Tuesday in April/and on the I Unless tueS and expenses are paid before day of 18 Legatees. & others interested in the Estate'of I drainage this machln can be be recommended I
: liir cTueedsy before the first Afonday. in Novetn sale. I j I Henry Klonne late of dt. Johns County deceaeedt only one adapted to alt the purpose necessary !
i 1 R. B. CANOVA and ex-off. on expiration of.six Months from the date NEVV '
Torthe county Putnam,at Pilatka,second Tuesij YORK ,, ,: drains, will be found of will I
Tax Assessor and Collector, s. J. c, hereof I will apply to the Court of Probates for the LaD. immense value,as it "
;April I County St. Johns ; : deepen the Canal andat the tone form u embankment '.
July,3d,1852.: for" final settlementof '- l lEXPRESS. same I
For the county of Marion at Ocala, fourth Monday my accounts with said Estate, and HEW ORLEANS or levee. .
a.discharge as .
April Tooth Powder, &c. 'administrator thereof : This machine is ailed with either horse orsteta I
tor the counties of Alaehua and Levy,at New Cleveland's ''Tooth Powder, English FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr. power which can be Increased any extent !

V n.asville, first Monday tn May. Dr. Cologne Water French Soap. St. Augustine February 21st 1852. OFFICES : They are now iagaccessfiil operation iaallp ra., ,

r'or the Cow
eco.d Monday of May. '!|! PbUieome Oil. Bears Oil,toilet Powder fine Sponge, Now Opening-Oranges, Lemons Ap-, !30'Mains.!.. Hartford, Ct. .?* "' olinia; Nan Yard, Peasocola; tnd AQ the CUa9'tweenGalvestou -

: For the count/of Nassau, at Nassau C. 1I., on the ,I Hair Dr. Rose Water, jl/Jiitary Shaving Soap, Potatoes, Prunes, Pea Nuts, assorted fi< State st., New lIav9% Ct. ..' and San Loon. .

rr- Wednesday before the fourth Monday May. i j(I Straps, Brushes Roger's PerfumaiJ: Jockey Clcbb,' Preserves Confectjonay,Segars, Liquors, &c. J 6r: UaltimrCi' st., Baltimore.. Bf application to b,8. ECOR, Es';.,our AP .
j For the cocinty of Dual at Jacksonvjlle. on. tteourth &c. Also an assortment of Roger's & Wbrtfn.i -March 27 : a.E. CARR. Pennsylvania AY., Washington. at Mobile for the. States of Alabama and Florid* .
;Monday cf Ala,. I j I bom's Cutlery. Jo'.ncl.pote and Bath letter Peper, drawing of tHe.machine be with in&na *,
7 can seen
1 For the County of 8t John's, at Bt. Augustine, !I at retail by B E CASK. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons haying Fourteenth st., Richmond, Va. as to the dost,etc ,
on the,second Mcaday in June. against'the Estate of Susan F. Prrpall Washington st., Bostrn. July 12th 1851 -
Not 29 :
f AU, TUUI. deceased, to'present the same within time prescribed' '72Camp s:., New Orleans.
thecoundes: Orange and St. Lucie TO LET.dwell'ng by law,or such chums: will forever be barred: _GILBERT SECOR,New. York_
bt-roreth fintMbadav of November. House and Kitchen lot V. SANCHEZ, Admislrator. By Schr. Florida now discharging Batter, Notice. ;:
on a containing
For the county Putnam, at Pilatka, the second A two acres of ground,will be leased for the term April 3, 1852. Lnrd.Crackers.Pork, Hams,Bacon,shoul Otlce hereby given that six weeks after&". ,
Tuesday before tb* first Monday of November of twelve years.-The premises are situated on the ders, with a full assortment of articles usual. 1.. I will apply to the .Judge af Probate rt Sf. -

Forth| county of St. John's,.on the 'first, Monday west side of the river St. Sebastian and known as I *: weeks r Notice.QI date I will. to y kept at the lowest, prices by B. E CARR. Johns, County for letters ot Administration oa'tht .
: No.t.mWJ" I apply the judge Estate Nicotia! Ssnchex'a
: minor late oaaidO'
t Mrs.Hanhams place, adjoining lot of Col. Humph .
K7 < Probate of Putnam .
j County for I letters of .
For Administration OH Ac deceased. '
NaTha..d. Tallow ty "
tIfEcounty ot : Candles ,
before the desirable TUT. .
J is a situation for Candid
reys.It keeping
very the Estate
on of
IhirdMondayofNovt.IUHr : ,' : ..., I Feribee Thigpen, late Sperm, Brown < PONC&SL
; >: and and ". Soap Linseed OIL
milch poultry, land for of .
For tht county of Dora), on the third Monday.... of :I For cows terms'apply at this office9 goo-. a gan'tn. t' Putnam County. ,.deceased.' ,' ": Adamantine, Candles,StarCh While Lead. Indigo' ___ Aagu"lne JIII.3J 1852. !_
: : I 'LUX'JOIIKS I assorted
Paints .
'Si :
ffrrrmbtr. "J : at retail by -
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JuQe 1 1852. Pilatka, 15th May 1852V *- :" .... ?tJarcbl1: r rJAX ULLC'IiiEtNK: 1Jgtij,tot .
:. CARR. '
..1.Bale: at this Office. .

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