The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00104
 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 25, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00104

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fcj&iijismicB. rAdedactwm: willW made for notenths' '. ,: >mMain, &o Calilorni shore; : 'y :: divcroilieJ J for description; ten minutes the t th !bridNgrooin",5dd' placed taGta? hand. Per an loiTHorjal spirit-that the vital 8'rk fv,' '

,U..Juta1eIi fouls t**' 1.y :" .ft' Unit*,and be a* UD''.::." ;' .{!. .; :i 4t Imla,party had fallen from sheer exhaustion I baps the:preacher .was1 curious 't to, know how XliDrtVa.uhu man killed tbaL *hat I .

I, .p'yAlladvettfiettteatatenn'bs ." .before'mf I ,' ).. "j ; 1iti aI4sr: ,. I -! : 'lb' I 0114115 pointed ,",,. To face.the.w Jed charg, much lO"odd a man fladfelt able to pay.lor. a .Want.'Do to haves como little al; sajj. ,iirs. Siocuml' extinct.'
marriage c iilllc palJence.old.
Attd.anall sin From omnnh
'trod the rise said
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.rd""'. a..replar castowet. 'Sf refti'- .* > Opp eohlin tecesatt Kiag .ri i 4:. :,. er J 1i"il1. ranau'iW ouro.pattsed away pow Mr. Burton jiidg d that pis/ee tMf piece, Mr, 8locimeying' hi. better half over .b.s

i\ :'osrderiu.tbe reqaislte Mm may'b v"ttcertaik .' uOb! don't.stand back.new;Uurrjf wto* !> :, and most anxipyaftdi4lhy'look| for'ibe ape thinghaedwme. If .was larger jnust than a half pome-ea- apcctaclesa 'J pre.u ,we.mall ccme upon it
.aDO trantmitted with the adrerUwneal.&ot .. f ; .. 0 -fjptae,{ Vote< for'Pierce aqd. .iii PI... ,# 1 I proaph of darn?)? gee-iargar'tbananeaglq. Coud H'be a)heiry tt R'bfa.atl And h* went oa feading- ,I' ,

: (1J:1AtIer&.ile .larked with the name ; ,'. Within the crater, which some of the 11ft'" tr dollar piece f 'The paper-being folded,and ??J 5nIWal' caauahy. bas' cast a'*loom over
( The Seward elan ate-gs atkring fast, l" J | r. !. ge,and we |f ust that it
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tkfttp( iou-rrq.ired. will be continued until atcouragioulyexamined,40 smalt farnace refoidpjf; was So ;before the, clerey- prove a
f.rbld for. ,. :'tea w 1\1\motley mixed IIp'gr;-c'i pro. were urnlng awfully ;these, as th 'rewbed man could get,at the'com?* Hi.' curiosity by warning?to persons who areiaHeS regulate u
charged *
>( ,tttel ,". : PC UllbeaUaiclfrt''lOilmnad. ., ,' -' uatania, seemed to amalgamate and one vastissue ;nts'lime'was considerabfyexcited. "At lengthS machinery m our mills 1

.,,4 Notice.to Debtor tad CreJtton t $7 00 .. f iArongclitbatplatt.i1soap., .r: .: IIIJ. uppeurodQ carry destruction .to some b' sOw netbing glittej-something very 'Now, aHMr .jUocami I perceiring that the _
4appUttGra.fotiaettersof Adaunlttntioo,' "5 00 villHtes and landsywhicb 'irighf. The DIU ration was ended'now 1 Mould like .
: ., ,,: .OIo'1..O&"eai.! pasture as reported, : sun..ahonb ,09.'iu: U wen a new know that to
U, AU religion notice will be inserted Cl'llui- ? Around that hoabe.n .elu! .Ir..1nJurede:" ._ .. __ .. ed- CMT I Mi i Burton 'irae'a rats dise p- whether mantras, killed.'*.oft .
..tgadplR .. v .: 'Ii plateofaoopr. < : d Oltcn imp he. indom(table. Courage -of.thesoft jolhted; but laugBln af the ludicrous mistake, .: Srocum looked puzzled. .Ile scratched'bin
Thgr bring along their Graham bread; sex wberf head, scrutIAizsrd the ,
-y : ; feiteJbeen provell'to be great* locked thecentibp'in lib deskr and devoted article to bad-.been
)l ..AUbHl. for lob Printing mttflt be paid oa "oft / fUaanJiiat himself perusmgsand took;, a general'
,' <,\F -. they n the boo", e. ofrtmn'Notheng'on'tbts'occasioacuufd |q:his sermon. the remainder' of the lurrey of;the
..IM deUvetv'of the work. -.', 1- ., .. ,equaltheir more"than berotl .. On set- forenoon< paper.' '. '
I. .,tT5 tAU.letter 011 badness,and communication. Black. Fred will sty.a'orgro. .grace, t I tmg-tonn 'oh"ifieir return- the-sharp points pf. tiix/) ar. have' passed'away. TJje; succei. but 1'." !dare, wife. .said.hvita .rather "euros, ,

nwt,be,XMT run to%receive vitrctioa.if to ,; Aod'tfewanJ groan Amen i.1\ the.tafa'pVescnfed fl* oiiataclc l j rourageoasl I; ful clergyman eaten!evening( surprised, by( .. !|y,.Ae Pmtdon't' 6'-l Mil .

I 'l' 1 And Hale will hand! the spoons about"' diJ he' tiiidertaktjlh eiriii 'ii luwalltregar a visit from f.. r:nge.r. .A hanJsnroely dress ,". 4 5 t'. : .t r j
*: less ot a I inconyeUiences,And reached the Bos- ed fine lookingoung man1 liftedliisliat ./ i .' 5
And G sly wield hi! pen. ;' ,:LoVed Tile !Indies of
'"' erdiuaDce In addition to anOrdiimnve co at 7 ni,when ,
''' aj. after an abstinence of 16 respectfully, ana. ; '
Burton hfs
Come r 'rho
f Come ..
boys youngadiet ol Darn
boy rwcotli
ilL trelatiuir. the Po : hours, a bUI) aecuneur hand.' **"ryourrnempty Jn3the.Slate
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,.Urcof' tbe City 4ffm. Aagniitittc.Ft .. There plenty ia the pet., j \ After tdittg'n;(dw minute in Ivdcomewent Ibli employ; 'fs better th'an"minef, I we I have, i of Maine, hare wenily .formed! ibehj.

it ..1..4" tie Mtjftr and Alt swis / Of Graham bread and turtle aoup..: ', ment jheV continued their journey bvinues| ever lost t.m: an.111 selves and jnto a society fur' iheir'fD l l.a improvement .

lbitjf St. Artimt, lltst if nay peraon or Come eat sod Vote for Scot : : and read udNfcolini by '!0 ; wbencelliej started name ,is 'George Chamber' prediction. :

persons.ball commit or tans to be committed, or .: !, for Cuiania,. which, they reucned ut 230 Mr.: "Burton had $forgotten that he 'had ever Amung'ibtrresoludoaadopteed' at a re-nilar*
Mid. N,ecnceioeJ in committing trrtpan Dan meeting. wetindtbefotlowiogi
Come 10.CharlUlan known '
Democrat with Granite rock, p. Mercury.The *uch a man : .
) (lot garden, grove Gr pUnutioo.within the.city i 'J'tUl&wm
And brraVthat old : '1 think 1 refresh '- receive ths-otierriton of
Pot"j can yoor no so
of tit Augustine, or upon and fruit trees,hnbbrrjr nine .. memory,by men styled i
piano vinrs or rrgeublm growing in any such lot, Oh!spill that soup,break up the I teat, odd Bridegroom. tioning an accident 'said George' D0 you some business yu gentleman Who baa not learned

games, grrtr or plantation, or thin be concerned in.sestruytng' And beaMheir; hero ecott.. f''' A young clergyman sat in ,his s\udycompo-- remember marrying a couple, *ix years ago h ploj rent fur ajlitrelihood engaged in i sours steady enx ;
or-carrying a way anphu1tvege'abler org '. Hurrah, hurrah! 1! ring u'serihon. ir was u bright npl.rug mor and receIVing',. for.your. trouble' the ,fee ol, one. ed that alter too bird ia caught, is'apprehend, ,,
value therrio order .ccntt. it may starve '
&o u growing Jchper oa orperwSif : ning, und in to cuncetitrulc lib thought
free) tutt.on convictioa, for each o8Vp r- Bafrab,for Pierce ncI King\; '. on the subject nl l t e discourse he wns writing, .Mr.Btutvn. "J laughed; went to hisdesk'and in,That the.cage. .j '

be:iubjecl to a fine of toot exceeding tea dolUnnce, Were the boys with'Granite rock. Mr. Burtuii was tbligedwto close the window took from a small drawer:a' little rolot 'paper. we will promise marriage ,to,ao toons

lliecueu' of prosecution;. aDd f.ala Yt', be orate andbeatable To knock them from the ringfr I .n' blinds,and fchut ou' tlmbuautyut nature, which Unfolding. IhU,.bo'produced the copper, .in ques. man wbQi.- in, -tpobabiiof. DlrIOr. wa am'
'toy whipping not exceeding stppesrbell .:\ : H) :" lU..j! i.j1'UU it. ii! to him wan so attractive in an obscure light lion... assured :that.his ,wife will come to I want, and j
The like1 o.t. And in of eonvicUo and .his children go.bare foot. ., '
erery OIK Democrat Yes, I remember all About dote: V
Then.rally,wepyt i lh> hen was beginntug niuve quite rapidly' it.. l
"*flendff ehaU'vtand committed mini the fine'or tiff That we. will marry
Well sir lam man who isuota
the young
'i; when wind blew.hc mancrreinemberinrr'counrnaneofi'-
e.ttr.nd Tbe."ictorJw""wiJl'pin. : 1A Jho ICr e'yrlvpe i jigam, '
all costa abill.have bee B&ti6 and M5 .patron oeJiianeigborbondr for,
is,1-ither.rd uJ. Thai it UaU.oot be ;aid.ful From Cal fornia'a gldea4ahorer ;.j' ';? r un-1 Icnllifi. trtaitu crifit; fluitcring'aero&s this .Yiu.\mdoub'.II : I'intendedlo: insuitout hove not only| strong, evidence of paper.ho,want we of
'far merchant orjrhup kee i oilier lJ Or. 1'hu..unltiht'au.fli d in and ul Ihuvume supposed. .-
or .jThroogbout the Unite Maiae. intelligencebut .
any paw.t'tke'p'btrti ; + iy ; ': '"f ,thai .w&ll prove too stini
Mr. JUurtuuV .j t1 ,
HUH idt-as Qow- -
tre,or di' Me ofariy good.;c! ttria ';, <
p -''ltarnht hurrah., i 'No=fTnoitght io were to-providu Jor .his 'an ,educate hair 'ihfiCT.rpr
ware or uk.chanJixe on the Sabbath day or barter lie turned JI his choir uud 'hiokrd. out of the poor
or, eejl}llbe MUH-,snail on conviction be bred in the Hurrah.for Pierce and King,i iDowndowa ; uintliivv. Ikauty'eluirmcd' Ins eye, and the \So' I' was. ::1 did not know that I could afford cinity.encourage institutioutf. of learcing.- in hi yj.t

mute'of ten dollar for every such uflruce, together wiihSoutt and Graham too ntu itfdf'Dinging birUi fell on hi? emi NuTuro tn gite you nny more. Marriage: you know,

'with tbeeotfU. of prosecuting tTie name, one half} of An whip Mid fine ah*U be paid to the person informing attractive iluui,Tuculnyy.", Tito green leaves ton dollars, and got n poor wife in return, you There Sals livin'
and prMwcutiog the wune.Be And when the campaign ball be o ir, ( &< the trees caused him iu lorgi-l'tliu)euves, 01hiJi must confess it would have been a miserable bbiM and was two in our town-Sal
it wduntd. That it shall be burJnin.Vel sir the wife Bahi teal corn fed gals.-rStebbins
farfler not law- Contented with o. lot, 'I] .ullllu-cri"l.| Tlie plutiMge ol the birds you gave me Is a Sul >
Ail. fur any peteon by himself aenraut or agent, toki"C' muilu him di> ;ustcd with In*'fircy'goose quill. prite. It has taken me sixyear* to understand would lif a barrel cider outota
>fil of INane r, to Any at...any vinous, spirit- If any nation nail io Pgbt, !' 'ut-blr'-llurtun'klt'thut be u ht.tl1'abur that her. ,virtues. and .now. I have, Como to make you cart., as quick_U .onoihhar felkr and drink
onset intoxicating liquors without an express licr&aein 1Ve'ft have some use for t cots, suiiauie" aeKnowjeagcmcnt.A' U tow. &j.Bijbit was, co fait she'd.roll one

wrritiug from the peraoa baring the control of paid i' 1)at ali,that's, &U" t.. .a t, ; :" morning.lu cuMing about. 11ltn'o CiiJ, tin excuse for a lie' placed purse in the htrnaYof the axtcnised tie way easier.at well WoU as to'ther, and if.any thing a lit'
under the there
ttkvror staves of
penalty twenty minister who hesitated was a cum husking
We want with.General 8ccttrlie little idleness he chain down to accept at it.
saw ji driving and 1
|or veach and every o aee.with the cun.aad! aLe c ( ; 4You need went along with Sal Stebbins--there
not take
scruple it thanks to ,
iuiormer shall be entitled to the one b.IC.C lAW pe- would not do for. Prel dtnl-. ,j Ihlt street und slop before his own door. A I j wus nil the gals ami boys smm' round and 1
wife now ,
deb man/
am n
itiltjpliud If the petrol w peraona ao ofJ"rDdina".U He doe not know ,aI. '.,ukat good looking plainly dressed young milll, |helpd | my sot down neat &sd Babit/ .nd 1'IIbe: darned if
toI,a, td tbO keeper hit or their'aaid Ocenseaboff.Ardiaacee -- .-- -- e titit a'pretty gncelul girl ; uud they mount- The odd bridegroom'took'' hu departure Mr.Burton' .1 1 didu'i kiss her .alore i koow'd., what i
examined was
,,akMlbctevoked. ( < _' plcudld Eraptlou'off JBlna. ed the! step together. Mr. liurton, hVurd' the the contents' ol the purse, I about. SalJSiebbif.a, she blushed the blood

tn1 7) will U atrictly,enforced'"< MALTA,. AUK. g5.-Krom the Malta' MTliu doorbell ring, and presently a domestic came with livoly and curiosity gratified; blind and .be that was. aura. little :' rushed right up,into her held she was the
surprised consisted
e.GouncilJaar,21stlt3S..3. to inform. hue that a und lady they
youmj genitemuu
grtat/niaal (aan"loo from our Uhnideyuntl ; best red critter I ever did see. 1, thought U
i?if hestatla.UASte.ripe pC.ZYt.oT1iA, ; "M.J", o| ju iuhubitttuta, airu uui'a; few olliccrs tviahed to see him on bujiiicui.' parently of ten! fresh halt'eagles from the, bright mint.and &hintal-Ap. ..was all up with m% and sure euotuh U want

r .:ftl! obtained u short leave of absence on f lio eA ituirriuge, 1 am sure, thought the cler,'- And that was the last the clergyman. ever for when I asked her if she would go homer

occusiun. The "mu cment' nflurdeJ by tho mini smiling with me,she said> ,
bJt I:.)BJEI J{ ID NRY.I" Matti.more Ho mistaken. heard of the bridegroom.
days from splendor ot tbo fireworks. &c. wail repaid a'ullllul The young man in 'No you needn't trouble yourself ootbm* 'tef,
,$b bib Flour 3000 bulb Corn 40 bales fiuuk oll-huiiil manner told bUd he had called
but than alt the nUKiiiGcent 'bout iu' ,
lUcm more ,. The Don'i
eruption Paper 8ay.r
lltr. 50 bag $ flVe, 10 hhda 49 bits Lard,
> Sugar
,Sri&i*' toiler.\ bllaPoUtoe. 30'blla Apples 5Caalk 'of JBOH, w etch! since!, ,1843 hud, been rop- lor the purpose'ttiu ol being umricd to bjscoijpunion Mr. Slocum was nbt educated in e university ,. \Vell..if you're mind to get spunky I guess

'Cbeeae, 100 bags Date 5 cub of liacoa 40 sing ii trunquility,added an,interest to the voy .:. and .girl's blushes told the : add ''his walk in life has been in bypaths I can git a gal that will let me see her hum. .

Wtf Craeken., 100 kegs Nail, 35 Urea Tobacco, 3 &u'that nutie expeclcil. ume eptry.'Vury'| well'said Mr..Burlon'I and out of-the-way places., His mind is characterized thai Babit,snail 1 go bum with you)' ,

Khdi'do,10 bit Molasart.50 boles tioap, 9 casts One. of the party, ',eddrt'ssing ,,btu reluiivex .im always by Kltralnett rather than- a 'comprehensive Well,' says sbe/i don mind if you dew:
Oil,0 boxes ''andle*, 15 baskets Champagne, 10 here kindly autbori esouruvailuig. t ur cvc3of ready mukeyoung'peoplc., hapi>. You love grasp of great subjects. Mr locum Arter tbatitI Stebbeu married a feller in

boiea Cider,10'cheat Tea, 10 den. Broom, JO neat hi* spirited cotnmunieutiunr each other fWe can, however, master a printed paragraph by our town by tbe name of Fust-blind in one
Tabs S buN fi boxea Lemon of the 20ih of I a of would 'wait'a day or two if w e did not, dint of bard word aud ,deal ra
Oranges, lU casks At 8 p. m. August,,. party spelling i& a deliberate eye one car jist to spite me
:Ricej 3 Crate, 15 bozo Starch,400( boxes to English, with three, guides, three inuleievrs, replied the youth._ manner It is quite edifying to bear Mr lit o nothm'ehe,so-i thought if she was a mind,(u
March 6th 1S5 B. E. CARR. with eleven' lei ills companion blushed ngain'leave tbe take a feller that, couMiVt
iind u servant, tigether litulcH cum reading -village' paper aloud to his see or bear,any to'
'I 1 Nicolmi, with an intention. of ascending Mowt you while 1" asked clergyman wife, after a bard day,;worL well I'd better let her slide so I vent from
THE WORLD AS IT PASSES shelter In lese, -We-a re not rich"answered bridegroom, A few Farmer bum and about '
Etna, und taking a at the Cttsa ; I evenings since, Slocum was was gone thtee+ ott-dcF
., r- i 'At 11 o'clock the party, in exccllinl spirits 'and 1 thought 1 could not afford the expcntiol reading an account of a' dreadful accident )oars. Ves jilt about tivo years/ I k&'JST
MORRIS "STwiLUS'S.jocurAL.ro reached the Dobto, where they put art their bringing nn)' of our Irictids with us. It you which had occurred at a factory io the next when got back she had four little POiIa. i

BOlUE ; injjTVEUSSUl 183 light clothing. j think %u had better' have'wUnct sts, perhapsyou I town. and which the village editor;had described went tosses how..she got along. She asked ice

II"F4i1aLY'NEnrsPApEG. Putting tbe.Botco about two miles,the huge will call in sumebod)''. in a great many;hard ,words: to coma.in and,sit down, so I took chair and

) W1KKLT AT TWO DOtLAUSA TEAB.TMrnvTWrxKB crater below Etna, culled the Colossi glared It Mill .be. well to do so", said the clergyman 'J d'clare, wile that vas an awful acc'dentover squatted;and we both squatted there together.

.: U!.'., awfully, and shortly threw up.large bodies u 1 smiling.He tew the mills/ said Mr. S. Her young ones was all runin round on n '.
} ,or Tea xxW suits WILL si tlr@ and _m ,te. Immediately after J&na tom. called in a .youneer- brother and the, ; What aria it about'Alt. Slocnmf' floor, jibe punted to them and said,in a brut p'

,1.{ ,t mVCB OS TBS riKJT OF JAKVART 9XXT. itt' forth its tire and ashen, dad I as tbe wind housekeeper. 'ltJfrea&fcb 'count wife, and ,then you'll Sing way, i
,. ,1 ".> ,,... set toward the Casa Jfiglrls: Was. not prudent 'We'am in something of a hurry, said tfie: know ,all about it.', 'i ou,see them "mtLJou2i. .<

." mft'Nwne Jocrml ''baa now become universe logseek its friendly shelter aft in all prob* bridegroom, 03 the. latter paused.iu the doorway Mr. Slocum began to read : 'Yrs squintin el one, jcta the 'rc all l JK
would be de' their iv give orders to a domestic. 1 have got It becomes like then daddy, blind ia ,one .
r are few mileator alUraied .habita-(fcwci t. abiliir it Kgyid: course,4s.tbefC'urc OZ.DL&.uD TATA! 'AccDnT. eye. : .
,Ihoae who ark tc rslireo and make.bome4b4 most I changed the Cyic&i I being:now'thu to go lo' mill ttislorcnbon and u's: a long drive. our painful! 'duty: to''record 'the particulars tine was biUa dtunplins at that lime and .>

;.JnUleat and attractire place.-wbo do not now point Io which it mraa directed home. an accident thai occurred at the lower mill in soon as she saw .me.Shut up ors eyes she 01
receive it. It ia read we believe wbertver run the i'be'weather which bat boon rery,cold, was 'Stand up ht're'thcl! I will despatch you,' this village, yesterday afternoon by which a with a dumplin' and let me have,iu,to'ther

nit Jhrradi i t'fL doraeatie kappineaa acid true moralfefiaemeni'jirl increasing in. .ts ,comfortless( imeiwiiy,, and, said the clergyman with a vain attempt human being in the prime of life. 'was hurriedto which mode me shut it up adorned tight quic.t- i
oh tee woven ao thickly into theWronger when our travellerubn'gut above the height gravity. : 'that bourne from:which,' as the immortal er than ,AreTerdjd ,afore/aod I .. beep lot

knd coarser web of oar couoiry"' industry of the Casa .ngleso,iu a jurrow defile,of uhich You, George Chambers promise to take, Ibis Shakespeare has ued,'DO traveler returns. love: dace ibat tka>_ -> -I .
and energetic proapenty. The Home Journal la the lAud and small lava we ru tbe component paru, woman Jo'btt your lawful wife t (DouU exclaimed Mrs. M.) Mr.David Jonus '
x k';ejbelicftna of dds quay nation'In the bout they '.ere 'ertaken"br.'hUtric.us au.uJtnl. Ueorge nodded. a workman who has but led superiors this A GOOD IDSAA,Kentucky paper snysjft i U

en"lo, happinestfand rehucation.Yet't that 10 an instant sevco'snulea and their.rtdtrwere ''I' tote her in sickness end health-to share side the great city of New York was engaged getting to be very fashionable,tbatj quarter
de 1 N', Prtttml fm a Gestlemtm t*'s .re swltb herjrour bed and board joys and to .enclose a,, dollar with marriage ,notice*.
o 'lbe JMt'Da1 blown: over not only BO, but to -your io adjusting -belt upon one of :tbe large
llois iia GI which U
.fast b week one and II it re- the ecene more terrific U'was afterwards found your sorrows. Do you,:promise t't.. I drums('! wonder if 'twas bass drams sich as when ,sending Vbern to the printer.,:.Acusuun Czgd
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rd rI. 'titre ttaaar-. '
1.-w'- 1I100d'tute. they weir blown io the very edge ot two cra. Another'' tiod. has E Pluribust loam painted onV said Mrs. thai ought to prevail every where1.'
', And ,Mary,promise to lake this man'lobe "8U dollar*,to priola-sad priest :' .
"'9'7tttia :kkoeosseepft for' three pIN 0 ter. you : SlocuroJ when he became ;entangled; Hu : '
..rill".at.eo" fortbree'realS. ,gyelwiya in addehacriberji For the gentlemen to descend .in search ol your nu bund f ; aria was drawn around the drum,and finally No aenaibte maa coold retase.; .
hackb. without dela,. Address their companions was the result era mou ieut's \ nod and a blush from liar v.Tv '.. bin entire body was whirled over tho shaft ,at .Five dollars to render him Meat. .
MORRIS & WILLIS. decision; Al UiiM imolb
.,." .: dtton107 Fa1aoca ,atrest bew"T'k. cnbably g'rand-heaTep and i-arth presented Another D d. : ..; be had revolved with immense velocity Truly, bad we no permanent hopes Cite-'
11' one nwgutftceat'glaredf light-JEtna above 'And.obey him IV .... .. u about fifteen minutes, his bead and limbs no treasures laid up beyond thia perfcMrr

,CJtolce' Liquors & vomiting sutpbunc flames the Colossi bo AduubUullwk.from..Unrr.'Oi. ,, sinking a large beam a distinct blow at each world, miserable would bo our lot; far fr i *

old'Brandy, Hoiiant Gin,. MonoogalielarttU low belching forth its dense_ masses ofamokt", *lu oil iniujts reasonable. ''.added" ..the clergy revolution, (''oor creeter how it must have than that of the meanest creature. H"v sr
y: w1bkq"ln.h.and Scotch do Ae| and pore lurid Uom ,the surface below, the huge mountain man. > hurt him!') When the machinery bad been ('cling was tbu dying remark of a'distingu.1:

ttt% gne Wine jl/adfira., do. .StenT do. pouring out from; its aaterior f:olu ledJnuu..D1ugs L ; Auoihcr nod. stopped was found that Mr. Jones' arms ed heathen bbilowpher,wbd bad no Jrght sat'
..,: .rtu: Congreaa Water Cordial t2aV1 -Aud to make him 'a true and afllctionale '1 wonder
u e.t without tbe :hurricane roariugs in and legs were macerated to a Jelly ( that 01 nature.. '1 have lived in anxfer, azd'-
I !a.t'V ," '. .D. JBL GARB all III mighty and awful majesty. Ciawlicgon wile-do you promise 7 if it killed bim'lAid Mrs. S.); bi skull was depart perturbation.. J.. A', -
", their knees and hands uuatio to'lace tbe Dlay"'K eve decided nod. fractured his spine was dislocated ['Well,did -. '" 't .

..Uttt wfll"ah weeks vioJeoceof the butrlcanq,the gentlemen uughttheUmUes Mr. Burton addre ed a few words moreand it kill him!' asked Mrs; S.,'with increasing- BaaruTomaParr.-Ayoungrnfr.rW-: ,,: t

C liE'. of'Admsfa6aratioe fed&of \e of BtCoa&tvlDeeaacd ,who were trot discovered and collected priaoutlceet'tbero p.aitaad wife Toe clergyman teresi] portions of the dura matter; cerebrum I.had goaeto'; Vidcxburg.in company wttitMi'I s I

far.FolUsltati4il'atd tern ;OD the. together till alter ..a.: _rcbUCtbil1.m&riutea. luef wade out his marriage certificate,;to I and cerebellumlaconfaed\nmaes'lwere brother to sell corn, wrote the*following- s

: ANN..HUR ERT. The were then,placed under covers of which tile witnesses put their names, audcil-I, scattered about'tbe floor- in short, the gates of conic letter to his father: 'Dear dad corn aro f

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Shiel" of his char at San August, Mexico, August 24,1847.. will BARBECUE .lJu. 1. V. UII."II&IOU u ute 'rolef ."
Letter of Hon JTmacaAXWatSSED mine; and such is my.knowledge 1 3t. JohtJ.Coanty) staled,that&* was DOo
FcLLOw UT ,this will lessen me in find tbe following pararapb : .ie"
+ 1'01 COMKITTEI OF its teeter that I know vial of St.Johns candidate of toe Drmocrau-fbr
'. "f ."I BUS AT GiLES' iLUROI, estimation. If the principles of the democratic ,.i Piercea brigadevndor my command in this TheDEMQCUATrf Senator ofDist'rlct .' r
I that ought to prevail in action lust considerable number 'In .killed ; bat having re son to before that be -'
: .WASHIKGTOI, Avow 6, 1853.Grtrfrmw party are those a County will give a Barbecue at St.\\ h
/ I have 16 thai it has.Wolinprjiuible tbe conduct of this government, Ihcn Gen. and wounded; amorr the latter was thVgallantCol. Igible to the ace,from tb* fact that he hastsor .
a *: regret I Scott himself would admit, with the frankness Morgan, of the 15tb. This command hav .Augustine on Monday the 27th ). 'I den wiihia toe District. prriodConatitatioa '
for me owing to ihe of busi- fi.-
press '
of a true soldier, that be is D"-'tbe man to represent inK rejoined its division hrayo yet received,no he ecornW .
hew whirh falls upon us at this late period of of r 'on the premises of R R CANOVA ; sag a* tJ"I.DO r.atlJ i* of1
these Chief Magistrate official il.lon' .
principles aa of
tbeaesaion communicaiion, to reply any of sooner the 12th to your ult. inter-It fcf this 'rep to lic. Be this a* it mar, however, I i A. I never report rccrivea this' report of coupe 1 '1.he 'Public gen irallf.are,j !. era 4"..a. JtOPardfl fisuat ;" olWp8nfi .. 'j}q:3gsthame :.

toting stand,wberj\I ha veal way s stood--in tbo ranksof could make no official ctatemcotnm. the subject r.t'a.muoma,be ,
' ford me invitation sincere to pleasure visit Galena to acesptyour ca tooa courteous &s' !: the ilemScracy.Gefc ,attend. | f j| Yitedr ailed l llaii._ tf the jCoar iioa. Heat' >.J

' can make it i convenient after tho adjoursRtt&LAIM Franklin Pierce Is the candidate of i As my only object In introducing these matter SL AugustinelBept.. 7. ] '.1 t1 aies v ered w- ?the C"n.---
; .
* democratic The sterling .qualitiesof is lo the conduct of GvnemlPierce Iii honor conferred '.t
during visit to your csiy r hops to be the i military upon >him in tlieSrnr :
my male distinction : -p-i .:L'4
i In with fid ht.character him worthy of this ,"while ,under my command, in its true : nominated Dr.G.E. BAWZ for "
able compliance your, ,to .
ucqoest honorable l ) in all light ;? Cfiancc for $500. : Senator&g\ :
,: dress fellow-citizens, to the best$f my feeble He is upright and before the public, I do not deem it necessary .v 4 Senatorial District-wbkb ,l
my ;
t abilities, on some of the; principal qu- the relations{ oflifeand peculiarly,calculated '.. 'to follow him: through.the rest of the '' 'W are authorized by a gentleman to bet $SRO ballot Bocamatjoa Idaji """!
': lions involved in jibe approaching presidential to command the respect and confidence of baA\campaicnrhenr' that conduct,has never.been .dr JIars, that FaAjnaiv Fizxdt will be elected next wa unanimously coacaued ia by Ik ;1
has Convection.OnmoUaa.
feltow-dttzeas. Like Andrew Jackwnbe :, thesubjfQt t.of injuriulu crlt cis J. Permit me .t "\
! election.Fortunately for me,jhe principles of the domocratto been a lawyer, tiaievnan, and soldier and if 1 1 I to say, in conclusion,that,in-reference to Gen. 'President if be live*. This sum may be taken ia onebet ,,.,,. iw.raohed,r 1GaW. j".

party stand in but little need of advocacy should be Ihe good fortune of this nation to t 1, Pierce'courage and conduct in Mexico,! only : by any person so.pocdcr ia tams fromr$30 Tight(8) be appointed by the Pmidevt?to '
have him.fur ila next Chief Magistrate, he will, do for him would: do for ; different '
among,jn*..constituents ? They are Ihe what I be ready to op by persons. < : cste to Dr.If AWES. the tact of his t t
like Jacksonconduct the affairs of government other I bad the
any giillant'totflcer with,:whom
oleeplyJlmplsktedin" :; tbe hearts of large majority
of our citizens 'Illinois Is essentially jupoo, the:.principles of rigid economy l honor to serve-'hat it, declare tbe truth in Gea- Fierce not in the War of 1812. Cobveatioa.Uonder .
and popular liberty. His course a* public vindication of his military reputation. the above resolation die Preset
and Unchangeably democratic. Fidelity to The Florida Sentiael and ?
whir kindred
the free and principles of democracyis mau, in the council of his native Stale was I I regret the unexpected length of this letter, some ted the following swaed geritlem+fd4tx.

one of the generous proudest characteristics of our always democratic, fearless and independent., buljho importance uf the subject must con papers make scarcely warrante 1&fus1+rbv fiTS J. 0. DtvAL, Col.F L. Div. J.r.c
j 4 'Heshowed'himseir nf:IquesUdnr and on all Shinto apology. : cause someone has mistake that \ ;
K Prairie'' Bute. In 'ttio oarJ.ctder, my by ; assumed HSXST H IO.j R BiC a r..Vl.Au.A1 .
revel of 1840, when coon and toeea bins with occasions able and eclighiened statesman. I i have the honor to gentlemen yourobe- Gen. Pixacc '",was an officer, In'Ihi war of18U. s.'GLDIUI' ,
One of the noblest efliirts of ni* life was in dleut servant
Convention addressed
their appropriate minstrel 'accompaniments, .n Wo wss ;fcj tar*Pr
i this w|. nation troin its opposition to that odious feature in shy constitution I JAS. SHIELDS. can perceive nothing very wonderful ia a few'brief and. pertioeiUtaiarks.and, .
frightened e accustom
,' fed propriety, Illinois was one of the seven gall of New Hampshire--that; reproach upon To Mc 3M. H. B. UcGinnis, Matthew Plurh- in the mistake:'on ibe contrary: it was adjocjaei. f'" *,* a' It :' ;

t tkiUAtes that held; up the banner,cf demo tbe ..character. of the Granite .8I -which stead,John J.Crawford, and others, Galeaat .quite naturalto onenor particularlyacquaintr 1:. L. DA CY,Pr*"'

tra3'-.and waY d
7 waves, and there'it will' .a tnuraphanllj 1 : cvipirnirotT' pn7iRnedHH -. .. .. \ u.m" m11* "n Q .ei i4DwrL.wrazdeptenber
torevcrl : battled,'in a true catholic spirit, for universal T'JiE'ANCIENT CITY. of Pnacstb which the' Democratic nominee .iGxarujru { -.' .
For the last fifty .years the history of the I freedom of conscienre,and denounced tbo proscription belongs it was but the taking of \fbo.
r democratic party is the political history of this of that ancient faith,which is still the '. justly limb
country. There is not a prominent event in faith of thre .fourtb. of the Christian world. distinguished brother,to be one and the same : 1 bye W tine',

our national bUtbry, from tbe first day of Jef For this act of justice' and .moral I courage he _? T person : an older brother the Gen.-CoI.Bzx- COIDmubUea of ibs 15ta .nl,ID.UMbI.e&g gt ,f

ferson's administration to tbe 'last day of Folk's, is entitled to tbo sincere gratitude of every ,. JAXZX K. PJZKCS I-aD officer In tbe war of that. have.been ebocea'byihe DentcratVC I

that #does not illustrate the genius of demo American citizen who condemns religious proscription 1912." lie entered the army,short!r after the lee asihelr candidate toy Senator of tbe'17 j > :
and revere** religious liberty. ,
tracy. rial -
The detnocraie ptrty.hu several definite His carter in the councils ut the nation was breaking out of that war, as a Lieutenant of District. "r*''

object of 'policy, such as national; progress, In perfect horrnonv with, his public course in IQ0AUTV OF rZDBBAL aiOHTS AID Artillery, and >erjred nobly and zealously to Under a gnicrol sense of the honor cca&rreitme : "

territorial extension; 'the constitutional independence his native State Both in I the House of Reprcsuniativen 'xcristuc: ,TO ALL WHO OFTOSX DITUJfDUI THXM.ST its termination.>,, It was wr fortune,to. be occasionally i by tbe Coouolttee,and a diffidence of iqoaUfications

of tbu States, and the political t- and JSeuate of hu United Statusho[ associated whir! and I accept the aouiination only .
hime to play ;
ty of tbe individual. Some of its fiercest conflicts was the prude! of ah enlightened democratic an that if elected may make amend fcr wwrf

p-- ,nave been tor the attainment of these object statesmahi.. The dignified simplicity of bis .,AUGUSTINE..SEPtEUBER 25ih,'185* 'humble part in.the military-service l of 1'611 period ty by vigilance and seal fur the interest of ,
', *. The grea| struggle against a national cbaraetermnde'bim averse to ostentation and and we take upon us to*say, in justice this e teyioents. .

{ bank a high protective tariff, a rest national i display; but his talents and energy made him a T memory-for he has,been "gathered to kis '
: system of internal improvements, and the distubuticn powerful advocate of all great, measures tor DEMOCRATIC ATIOSfB..iiMMH fathers;** that a braver or bettem soldier However I euo ider it, doe t'o the ..

4 l'' ot tbe proceeds of the pub)!c lands the advancement o{ the public tvrviceand the -. Ha&, flD. s..._annr am'. .. drew never state mat toy engagements,and uW inu B awskkoessia ": ..
-- --- -- a sword. He sewed 01.0 .as 'ii
wet fare of He"eutcred well
I the the country Conxress
uim-ng States was a struggle to remove my immediate,neighborhood predaitlDonsibilitr
impedimenta from national progress. These in 1833,and resigned his seat in the Senate iii FOB PRJ1r8IDBNT. known to many of our citizen] !in auU through I .. of. m.. IHur. t..1L. .., _.. ... .
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ingenious contrivances to control the fruits of 1844. He dfclmed.an appointment as senator j the I lute Indian War in our own Slate nnd wasperuonalty I of the ---- -. -sf
national industry for the benefit of a tow fa. of the United tiutft in 1845. Ho declined a GEN. 'FRANKLIN.PIERCE lihe Committee.canraaciaf die;
iu President Folk's cabinet in 1846 and -, engaged in urnre oldie severest cou- i,_ei.nti.ttofl C'II"l{.tpe1hulat '. '0,
Vored interest, ..were frustrated ty the viel I place ,ma J _
lance and energy r ot the democratic.pot tr. In tbe nomination for letwemorur his State .i in OF NliVV HAMPSHIRE. flirts .of ihnt diaantroiu struggle. Tbo battle some more competent person ; lit which.egesr. : v

other countries 'Citl, Is divided into two 1848: And yet this modest, unambitious citizen I of 'Furl Drone'ja' which he successfully en- may epeet.'wy meet, bfanj coBCBtresce.. '. "

classes--Me poor,who'do all the labor and tht ,'who declined all these distingunhcd' honors PUn :VICE PREIDEJfTWI ,cuunte'l d nnj whipped, with little more then With lha!bigbrst respect ant esJftna,tw ,,d
rich who enjoy ill the prrf W That this country and who retired private life in tbe very I hundred .
O'.JL Srrrt.
\ one men, ihre liiwii trait number .
has been bithetto preserved from this ruinous flower of manhood, shouldered the retolutivn' I L; UIA M R. "KING l the of ( I U. 1'. D.' 'i,
reversal ot the 'laws of na'uraf Justice, i is air mullet of his father,and outerud tbu'mlli enemy ; was an affair which fi>r kill and \ Coaxrrrti. -
muinlj nth itJutuble'iotho, desnucraticparty. tary ranks us a private noldier on the breaking OF ALA BAM A. I eullnuiry, was not surpn, Hd by any Action of To F. C.\ Horapbrrys L -aDey.luhA'Die" .

Territorial extension is the work ol the same out of war between his country.und Mexico. ....r.a.of r awn- that tt ar: It will b party. Loiisiaha pive us the .control* of tbe There is a moral grandeur in this portion of the rn-roic Fauns PIEUCE ova, and Jas. O. Deral.Democrallfi'. <
was not old
;HiMt&ippi rlYer.l'&orlJ.& and Texas the con the life ot Franklin Pierce which.reminds one FOR GOVERNOR. > enough F 1.

trot ot ibe Mexican gulf and Oregon and Cal ofihu early and hi-ncoge of ibis republic! I Jet'IE8:! E. BUOOIOLE. to tike'Part in our cUllJltr) "ccoiid war lorind '/1

Jturnia the control of tbe Pacific ocean;and all President Polk who war well acquainted I "-| cudcncfn--tlioso of hit blood, participated Meeting- ;i
together have contributed to make this country with bile intrinsic worth, having served with and rendered uublu service io that gls,riouss A largr and'n r edfmbe! mcvtiuii of Uw '4!
,in geographical the most compact him in Congress raised him from the ranks'by FOR CONGRESS.A. c Ict'll.'I I.ruticflfrts of Puinutn k '
defensible and desirable territorial abode for appointing bun first colonel and ti.eti brigadier E. DAX""ELL. County was >
human uVvelopefnen'ttciviltzfttion and empire, General in the army ot the United Slates.He The'Padlock" Tuc, u) Ereuitap te.'pt. 14tbat I'.aJallcl..If

which has ever existed QI tbe face ot the globe. landed with his brigade at Vera Cruz in system carried. Out. I On .molio.i. KKXLAJCD it. Dust &. ,

The constitutional independence of tho Juno 1847: marched from there to Pueblu, FOR SENATOR., ien. SCOTT, when srkrJ, wheihrrif elected PmiJrui culled lulu* Chair and JuJU D cxque : '
fciuttubtts where he joined the headquarter of the ; GEORGE UAW be would appoint Snored, ,
beenan' .0bJecor constant 'solicitude army E. to any office 1 vasirely .tcd Iu act a* i'
to democratic party. Democracy has on the btu of August. On this march, wbicU 'f plied, .! will g'tvt Ass pledft! !* Can sutb, Hcrn-tary* -

1 *n insttoclive dread ot centralisation cenAfttttcotUni was very severe on lre.h levies, ,bin brigade a man do tor the South! wi reckon no' Place hint The Chaumsnsated tbur. ih. object of asring _

4. it incompatible: with Democratic wasconstanlly harassed and attacked by huge -if FOR ASSE lnLYM.\N.' > in 'tne Chair. of State, and --. >CABEU/S, > wa 'to ix;,hu( thai lr,.ui rdiuble i Iun% '': ;
liberty The democratic party hat always parties of guerillas. It wiu the uuiv :nwl W. 1'U 11BLI.'i. honestlyczprrrsrl lion the caiiditlutu for JSei'aior, IIr. ...C. IIruKcrs
in Puuhla that I uorit frs, will be wore tb n.rraliz> d.Extract .
watched and checked opinion a man it military men at
; every pol.tical mum*M/j ft ui tr M jrk" \ \, ,.,,, bad Uicovnrdiliul lie was UIJI"ij, >
ment\having the slightest endcncf to disturb tune that General Pierce conducted the march FOR C- of a Ivlt r fnuu a FiuriJa ,1
ELECTORS. curresXn-
;, Ibo constitutional relations of this beautiful with uncommon ubilityand exhibited remark* drat in the ... New York dated as Hie olficc, on iM-CMUiit. ot iiuufficieut it
but complex system'of government. able skill and courage in his coufl.cl with the McQUEEN lIc1NTOSl;, / Dural County. CilT Si-pt. Rib lHi2. of rcsidnicc in tbo Dutirict,and that tls*' I

: But the cardinal principle tf that party-the euemy.Soon. J. CARAWAY SMITH, of Jefertun, Dna Sis: 'lligh times in the world o' politic,but crai of tbw County were rpconiuieuJut'ru 1. '
alter his he entered the vale the best informed that the State of New York
i cherished principle! every liberal heart-isit arrival ) MAJ. JKSSK say itiUllt'd
CUE uBoa. illc
t( JacXA lion '
> HI m si curing .
ol Mexico. Tho battle oi Contrtrua nvd and safe i acanhlaapr. .t
acred regard for the natural and political oi; Penn8yhaniaare fur Pizxcsand 8. The ,
t rights of individuals. Tbe natural rights otinun theconipuign in that valley, ou tbe I9ih olAu : Whigs are desperate effort** rrly qunlilii- dr fur the ofncc otUn &a.ut.Y.SS. I,
I -tbe rights! with which every human be &uitl. fierce brigade ti'ok a very uciive "Hasty at raC.3. t md Wit : ,5 { .

ing is uiulowed by his Creator-.freedom of part in that engatcfiittmU Ho himself ctlm.IDdUdld E. C. CABIU/S Another Letter from IIou.Jl r.Wblf lethal That the nm'nili hen'toftara t JI
of iu ou that occasion, and bebuvoJ opinion of Gra. Fcott,Jane,
Uuug''Mreelma will freedom of conscience person About the Indian I
ISiii le W. "Scott hut a War. IMiinlcd tu n iiniiwte, carJid! f'\ : .
padlock on lai.Ii.,and the a ate IUt'I"
wash loin
mid freedom of aCtiop in all where the act L acknowledged icalUiitry '
cases principle of ixvxtrd iu bit M v DCAU Siu : \Vbut I much
to .podd,IDd Unds I CUll do T I a>u u* > Senatorial Uwtrrff At -
is nut prejudicial. to ethers-this glorious I'rro- though very severely injured by a fall from before the cuuatrr u die candidate vf Picolatn ; br, sib ; .
*lu n'whicn ennobles human nature, bat beensecured his bore. or rather by the tall of his horse- party"' ", the bibber law umutcJfllh \hh hnrraMnt and disgraceful luw eUy invotvd with full power and aluomninniu .: "J

I to America bf the triumph ot'the democratic continued in command, in the midst uf the 'ITic election of Scott under present C C1IlpIlaDCfI war, os your,arc-1 have, had two ,million, in rnujunc'inn with ifeeSi.\' .

., l principle.! May' that.sacred principleexiend fire until late in that night. when that action would be to coofiite the Uovcrnoii-nt io the baud ipprOprialvtfa command r setU Into the fit'Id, 'r. Lucia and Or..uJte..el! tiuonf a *rsuitable
. ...' its glo rious triumph to all the terminated. of the free Soil until ibtir t
, oppressed party lanatkum ha* destroy with Unlimited ineun, and with uncontrolled candidate t. rrpn-tent ttar178t .
,races and the na'Jons of this world! I The.buttle of Cherabusco one of the bloodiest the Union. in the'ojt."tJ. And tnnf .
curd fct
battles of tbe .It did discretion to cnfl for any pun,ber ut men. Tin tlwy ltl'l it-: i
M { Tno'political fights of the individual are war, was fought the next seem strange that any lonet Southern man and recoutiueiid Ibnt whatever
next iu ,importance. Democracy imposes no days Oji this occasion I was ordered by en. could support 6cott.". Aa reported. iu h the Aew YorkTimtt. power ic now transferred to Cuaca il he wilt tie fcekcicJ, i bv party will nuMl with|>nwa nil M iasf> w 1

'j$ restriction UPOQ'! the exercise of these rights Scott to take command of Piercu't brigade and I sole the/eft/,and if not,to out Governor. You strength tu aid, support add secUre bas't t

but watt as are, necessary to preserve them the mountain howitzer battery,.In addition.to had hotter send a deputation to General C&ucu Sion. I
; tram abuse. Property uilutctilious, and all m) own two retimurats. find with this force to Henry Clay on Military Rule. Mr. F. f?.iluMraasTs i
to Ihe bring ate*
other qualificatiout depending upon tbo mere tall on the enemy V rear and cut oft his retreat country and tako cumman J. He pref J\I I
accidents of life are opposed to tbe spirit of Pierco and myself, with our united command, At tut* early Miriud ot tbu licpuolic, keep- has some feeling For 'the inhabitants and interest rd his in a few wurd to the rnetrtiiitf Iheea., I

democracy. A 'teahb"rIy h'si' qualifications for civil proceeded tt. rapidly as tbo nature ,of the ii..t steudilt iu view the dangers which bud in the couut'1-whh him will have position, and pledged himself Jar uaexeriiuti i is (
overturned you no tu tim
every utter lieu Mate believe ecuio circikm oi'w&a
can never be determined by the ground would perms, to carry tbit order hattxitbful o it ,I
I amount of his property or the place of bitbirtii. execution. Pierce was suffering dreadfully to bt aasxrrr'AL to the lusting preservation of ram tbp nrrhrg, or pompov proclamation may be selected to till his place. ',' .1-> 1.

There teems to be ao goo* reason why at lists tune 'remit the injury ot the preceding our' liberties* that,u man, devoid tf coil taUmt.and Jxsayr i* ordered lo rend his force down On nruuou. tt wn* rfwivtd loot them ",

:ry a own who dies from want and oppression in day, aid, as General Scott binwelf oflennu no recuinnwndutiuu but one upon the Florida Indians when he get through ten hit iioiiiiualioii met set D A. U. ollllrlatI I
9 who selects this 'in in his luuiidcd ou military heroics, shunts not be elected I Sopt.lor the purpose of notniua!tug ftUuie. esw,
Hiirdp country preference All report wus only judlablo lokrep adminiati I with the Creek ,. "
tu Jl
to all others at the future home dl ,thu saddle. A* we approached the enemy'* r the Uuveruii:ut..1 be. '
issue so vet; and I shall consider the day ol In ihe mean tine, our Governor has author There bring no further business. Q& 8Ji t
himself and family f and who looks forward position, directly under hips" tire, wu encountered
to the day when his ashes shall mingle peacetully ) a dt-ep ditch,or rather a deep, narrow .limy the Coiniitotiwealm numbered WHKK AH OPPOSITE ty to raise t r call for 1000 men. The tiuwr* I ioi, the incviioi; wn* nJIourueil. :' 11 7

'' with tbe toil ot his adopted country, and canal,which had been previously used tor l'Jt CanE is Ur.t.lLJaB&D.I-S.F of Jf. nor ot Georgia Is bound to lurnisb them. (Signed) K. IL DUKE, CAairML' I I

his soul return to the God woo gave it-there the purpose of in is atiuu. It was no time to Clay, at Lexington, X,., July 12, JS27. -Ass The whole responsibility of the military Jso.,Dtcx. Secretary, ...sa

seems 1 repeat to be no earthly reason why hesitate,to we both plunged in. "The horse I MaUory'tLiJc of CliJ,,page 6S J. eratinns in Florida and of ail 'W;. ,1..
) such a man (should not intake at good a citizen, happened to ride thai day was a light, active tho IIP-j The way Jlisy'do,II. ,- t"' ,i
and take at deep an interest In tile welfare of Uexican horse. This circumstance operated It, Indeed, we have incur rcj the Drine dU- committed, Is upon tbor military The Scott press of the South denooarf ''{ c

this governmentas if,he decended in a direct in my favor,and enabled rop to extricate my- pleasure, and it is necessary to chastise this in Florida,, and not upon officers w,'Ind Pierce a* an abuluiotifot, while at 'lie.Nd. 'I .
I line from ono of the pilgrim fathers. la this sell and hofto alter considerable Uithculty. people with the rod ot His vengeance 1 owe it to the President, and Congres -.1 ia abww.d by the Heitll HratnreHo atilfr a (

age all civil&ml halloas are open to immigration. Pierce ou the contrary, was mounted .ou a would humbly prostrate, myself betureHim, &,.. u to wouM dfiiounco such trmiorre ,
'' The,immigration toe country is ener. large heavy American .U0i8, and man and and 'implore.Hi* mercy'.to visit our favored so- The mauy and,the power. to call fur men, Van Burcn.K.B. Maotutt,and Dcwip C
' E Ally in proportion to its prosperity,-tmd. often huro-txMh fault Juwn and rot.ed over in tbe land with 'WAIT w.tta PESTILENCE, witff tsln: their hands r I' -*. .." Ven fur tha4tcanf dicfrim't ar Y "t

one oft chief causes 'of that prosperity. ditch. There 1 was compelled to' leave him; FAM1NE, wjh ANY" SUOUIiGK, other titan All tae reguia. anil mar foes sire sent off now went 'for the mbemble Uankiff P i' 'r::: t.

The value of strong honest immigrant labor, for being,in charge of the whole command,! MiUTAKV HULK far or a blind and beadles' now what can 1 d. t Tbo ouuacre of DADS, I every CId JttnIt iu em&e Mas for if' rand .! f
in struggle between man and sewage nature, bad not a single moment spare and tbo enthusiasm mere Mamas renow .- teoN&l M but tcfose JU VItal has- .t' .
..'i on a now ccfittnoftfiiko this where there aru mauuer in which a few muraentaare employ Henry Clays spree at BaUiswnt, May 13, 1828. tae retreat from Wilhiacoocbo, the sfige ot ,f* Beu&sm matter* : (

i ouch tempting inducements to trade and ad cd on such an occasion may aeterinina tie fortune Set (. Life of Clay,page 667. GAxazs,and failure of ttourr, has given an audacity The Tr.iscrabla Party fe cka wfco-a i8 ; ,1f1 !

.j.i. venture, is beyond:the calculations of political of a field and Ihel'ato of an army.. After "No North to these savages, that ironer was ,ma t. noble patrlnf spoke In the same way of Ii "
eccoaotti'. Tba principle tbat would exclude struggling there i cannot say how lung, ho extricated CoBstitatum ,bat no tfootb,DO East ao West vader the Tested bel,re. Casa m Ja.'ct Jo.A1arae ... :
ibis Laborious ctesa of men during the himself from bill horse,and married on" ; a sacred maintenance of the com t
Useful and active of their lives from fool.to join dig command,then closely engaged mon.bend" and'tine devotion to the common brotheiFKANKLIN I belfev that the movement at Tallahassee} and'enthuibsUc Democrat 1.S I

J. [ any participation ion exercise of political in a dusperato contest with the. eucm>; and P1ERCK.Opiuloe deprived Gen Curea oi the command, and the meting was .heU at Honomental *qaarTuesday .' ', '
: i runts nod too c oC political privileges there be reiiiained till, overcome by vutteriiig burning of Bcorr in effl/y has excited him near- tim..: 'otttning. Geo. CVs a ,
'I! tune always encountered the steady and and exhaustion, ho auk on! tao ground, ana of tSio"Eec oa Gtsa.hOIL Ir aa much against the Floridians a*ibo Seminolea. or emJ ypaakera. addressed ifej maeltli. :7tiI, I i

united opposit Qd of the dcmucatic party. sops car; led ail but lifeless horn tbo field.This .-. eb MUen.rl bed dot je the special &Toril cf tbs North;dM The contest in Maryland waged "itlt #*f : I:

I It if my good fortune; to be personally acquainted it A true statement of fact jn, .rcloiiou to ytiuxxv candidate'the, kepi mtderad Freooilen. B tot*ltd JOS. M. WHITE. pirir, by the Dcraccraii of tiat 8tat k*.!? 1
o i! with both the distinguished citizens .:.Pierce Churubujtco; and this statement a. .tliadlrmnVAllD 4 June 16th. 1853.Pursuaut gives loud pr CQisa ot s aUCJetlful..iIi''Dt. 1 II i
: whose names have been presented their 1 would (uvoimtdoatSan ioltkpateraessotldlpiait '
; by repuucuye Autustinfuurday* '.. Wssa. .
iy In short he ( '
i parties cautiul&tea; for the highest "'1Vlbu tatUle, when 1 made my, official report bad company He m ezcceagj Deralle ,C,eltf ea, a

; uttice in the fUt{ of tbo American people. but Ibo brigade aiatg.'r"Jolued. its dtviW.n who revel ia tanatfciszn appears, aDd make to consort their politics with those sobervicnt to 'aotiea, the.'Dejeffite* from toe Coaa- A Whig paper, the New York Jlirr.I kdlOI
General Winfield Bcou is the candidate of the inunediately after the action, the om.IIWt&d. to sectional aggraodisemeat. to the attacks "
I Tb prcaliar ties elSe.Johns,Patnara,OrsBfe and Su Lad contemptible uPr : 11 i
whig party. Fur him IOnLertdu the highest cer*, repurtJnllO me, who commanded friend of Gea.Scots are the very people of ail ,met Pierce chan f.u officer la thoM flThu
others aa an
pcr uul regard and &. I admire bun as them iu battle,made there,report to tbeir whom the Soeth moat paniealarr/ and ia CoBveotioa,at the. town of Paiatka, 'i Wedaea- war,ecJaiml t .<'111

i much as 1 du any man lit ing fur tail great military I Ii division comma der, and as his report ot an I abhor, aDd noibinj it more natural than emphatically that the day 15th Sept. 1853L la disgraceful. The sooner tM" +J

i talents and I consider him eutiUed the i ttutiou which be bad no opportunity to wet aboeJd.withhold her coofideaee from a candidate who 'Tit Coavtatioa was orgaaised by appoiatiag CoL which claims-all the dec8ee repudiate.tr<
gnuiode of his country for his glorious military tie**,cannot be 1 think rmiasly plays into their baao'a.'? Preaideat ),
very circumstantial, it F. L. DiicT ,sad Mr. B, B. Covert asSecretary. blackguardism' ,the better for their lllit :.- I
services. 1kaL,00o.Ucutt: is no dtmiocraL due W military justice w make this tiate'ciieul I .. insist that left Scott bT '
hesitate and Pierce aregtJJan
I list political couvicUos are .different from at thu lime, when sileoc might be.liable DOW between extending the period of t
my rechienee
before namraDzaiiSa It was cJOTed and adopted ,:'saao mes, and the its
tiat party
&Del'a gaga
coovtcfiom total thet :
Hd true to _
,, uuuo. u bis ; and fur to mbconstructum. Whoever lakes the trouble of mistrri L of all 1 '
beta 11a yes ct. !i I t ;eat be true read hen Congress on tbt' *abjeet, - to to
0 U'' VJ : toy report ot Ibis engagement, dice : tai the hater. J ; : ; aIaOtLI dor to'IOW whom is .'
'* r ,, 1,' : ,,- :i ..- .* J ,1 "XT.--4.. ) '.' : //., SCOTT... zraain ia fell force," f -. rc:>, H.'jrf ...j .i_ ,. : fljHtJM danger, is a ocircon AfeZil-
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"8' !+ 'k Kt oft 'star itf r1t' of Dz La l\City o.T Icy tbt!Otb'IDIiPR. '. PROCLAMATION FOR ELECTJON{ -. J J ..! --. f., f : j.
far .'r XOUITX Orricx Jours Tux (CW&ctorV Sole. ". ;
receiver by GeR vic a.fttl i BY ior. TUr. aoa JACDI add tUxviULibexum.sffed 10 HT. CoVarr, ,JFLA. .' r ,

the Lteffiwsats l is Cuagrm 'have thought ftOWIDAt cia, ; atrrtMBtx, 16,18 2.., \ BY.i
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< | tftige be = N ELECTION b hereby.ordi-red ; ;
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enquirr if ia
utive,:to 1"- 'l the city! o} du Auffttstine the first '
leeuand oott, the ."_.;; wj to be beU oa t a first Mcndsy a.- on Monday of ;
1 -, t dlher ', HtOl Atl'rst flieat Jatine'i1833 the I t'".
WlulI t. her '
t twbo the : near' *' the, difierenl' Electiec Precincu Ja-St. foUwwiag described property or ,
I Weifl great ouief y oralutt it. n. : From FkoUta 18 mildattoc* St.-Altcusdltf'; i Johns County proper, "J at those Predocis, which so much thereof as,will.pay the State and torn" ) !"
I *m the life* 1t'J 1 pfUChef i 'nd Ihow AaaiTMoedayssod 11Iaw>.11 A. N" are in that portion of Putnam Couaiy which has been I taxes and'the necessary expenses " .

: why" .'.. ,mar' .,. II crjf out, I from UHtDtiatit inBicJs, .Ctoo Dqo..wSUDclaiDd'IIM.. ", ; +wl.offfroui the said County of8u Johns,under the 9699 acres'third late land; asses dto 8intot

, J1": sort JlrI H'f 8nndah.ittd, ," Wedaetsda', ', a"j'i f r.AJ, | act I'c1 County of Pstnam-for.,Govern- t Rot-riguex.being near Daft Lake,and.lyhig -
t or ot the'Siate-a Re'preaenutive to Coognessja.dute lion 45,towiwhip a b, range '23 taw. DotiMe ,
I > Tti tierit, thai C'oo. NEW P T.B-tIJ&\V., Senator, for the seventeenth, 'tfeoatorial District and uxrd and adfertUed for non payment,of taxes' :t'k
_feat l itt bban oat Tlt 9 J&bJ a member of f be house of Representatives of the the yrar 1851.. Also taaeasedJor 18" '
Gen Add
Ih'aJrk 7Ja .o, "161 bay notalq tl.oM II: .,4 "' dooo ACT to amend tits,net" &,>An act ta re* eral Assembly tor the CoinUrs of du Johns and ST.8r. dthAB:t OEl ; fi04i tional List.\ as?per'' >. !

1ac""I .M' u4 modlftr,&be j nt- cf pottice lathe Putnam- and the' .Aa+ctm>ynt. ATOCTT 53,A J). VI.leu '
F); for Ueut. Baited 8:*te ,.04ifor 7 M. following:penons, ire,appointed .1853 A. L.5.852. taxes and expenses are paid before Jay of'sale. .:
oibnporpoet, M rcb ALL Mains '
4w preeest the Jncumbe...k ford B. Wnf.elp&eeD hoadred tad '.parsed' 1-mo..OC.W Election; namrly: in gooda-andii&are respectfully Ini - ,

c. ,CaDaI ComeMoeer, Fral. ,Fallen. Ih.it..aM"rAe .sc-u"fidy-oat for &. Attfuitou Pnecinct Election, to be Yiced to **i, *"* *"*OB the *bWoveinbei next,an s* fi. B. CANOYAShertffaad ex offici'cT." ,

Bute Pnana In'pectur, Darius Clar.k. A'fUll tat.,,./.u.i Uiiiti UtttffAauri H.R"i. Ot*. I held,in the Court House Inspectors, George Center join unite fa with this and other Lodges'that are expected to June Tax Asseuor and Collector.,,:.,. ....!' '

jtkvt&fti 'lick-- i area tita chosea. The 'Bal.| grew std, That from tad after the thirtieth Jacob Mickler and Ygoacio LOpes. \ '( JF I versary,of a Masonic the Initiation celebration of the centennial anal 26, 18.52 J

Jjawt.ftalbrai .wu cordially cndorwd.ood day of September,dffbtrea htmdred and fift-awolb" r t .1.,. PI'dad-At the Honss of James "father of his into Country the*fraternity{ of the ilhuuions Tax Collector Sate. .

feet tint perry ee f ralulatrd oil tro emiroond .per-. ash postage of the oo Voitrd tU printed Butter pitting through the Rfa Iwpeeton,James Rh,John Lee Williams. and prooessbn address and a Banquet oa There the occasion.will be a BY virtue ?f the power vested fa me by 1.\,"I j
fcartaoiiT Its 'tates George '
|wrvtt ng rank, roe ced of the rates DOW Coke By order expose for sale before the Court House in. I ;

t.J charged, tball be as follows tt wit: Each newspaper For M the I D. B..'DUNHAM the city of St. Auga dew, on first of .
PrecuKf At the
..Be P...laIs attiersee.b periodical vaartkd drcalar or ether ankle of -. House of Abraham Stnetary. January, 1853 the following

1t h'twtn'
b l'Abe lf 8raha1 'uf> Kbcxia',Inland, to a 'and seat for to say part of the United States for one m-orICE is hereby given that six months after taxes and necessary expenses due thoreon. : f

brother official In Tennessee. The latter being cent dance; every additions! ounce or fraction of aa Far Suena furs PretinctAt the House of Col. .L' date I will presently final account,M Laces One Town LOlo the city of St. Augustine ow'
one feat additional shall be charged and T,L. Daney Inspectors,Fiancis L. tot of the Estate of ner unknown
dead, II was 1Nalk1td'Jytr to Bjtoiretotv for when the ; Dancy,Edward Antonia Lopes deceatd to the oa Marine stw u adjoining
tt postage upta toy aewspaperi or periodical A. Russell and Paul Masters. Judge 1'robute of 81 Johns County Mulemrat tot of J. W. Swlne1. and leadingtherefrom direct '
.ply n publish barb letter tad auatrer b neM
: yearly or qaerUTljia adrcace at the office of and allowance and ask,for full ly'south to a lot of Francis P. Sanchez
U. tf Mia*uts Ornci, tfelitrry. or at the office where the ._.Le mailed Fir Palatha Pr* ac<- John Dick the Exreutorahip ray dbeharre fro Peter BeneU by .
of said Doable
evidence' George Locus snd B. Estate-asd J shall at the taxed and for nonpayment "
DtcraicT RHODE JXLAKD of Much tlyka.Pjr .
ur is furnkbed Joseph
payment to tbe office of atna time apply foramhority.totiraovjr.tWeorwill of taxes for years 1849'60and21 Abo'
tsca August ibth,1862. t detirery la,rfoch: euaner tt the Poet Office ; I a-el -L ,
"i" Depan-i tatielis P tie Ur flII.JL..9 I.-- "< .'If _-I aasMMitfer'1853 rtepet 'a Jiijooal&:. :*; "
a'BBn..II' L *djtraltrsl :''.'f jateat ekil'iy.eeatrtltfial .ileaw eribe,'on&ttlf Henderson-'Icspecton, athan Norton 1011I ) r.: '
,. Hrary Hen toy u "t begvythsd x 'tkt .J a1t. foxes sat expeiue are paid before day of.
DI !dear !WJH jot* Wine tea favor to give of said rate only thtU' be ... Kewtpepers and demon and Joshua'tfykee: '. 1.' of aid deceased. to bei"D-'phew't Chsries Dowalni'I .

rooroplo'oB with regard to the Slats o4 Tea penodieaU not weighting over oat onset and a half, Per Little Lk .Orsrg P"rian-/u Sept. MATHEW'fiOLANA.8t .. R. B. CANOVA, sheriff and ex off'
wbea dreclatcd la the House
i ewer -can the Whigs It fur Scott and the State'whre pubtithed,tball be Tax .
carry Assessor
of uud Collector. '
Kiedeick ..WilkkInspeeton F. Eze"n. t.c : : .
Graham and will they do it t There appears, charged tieat That one-half small of tbe ntes1>efore mentioned Pre- ; Frederick AVilkie and,William Greek, .Mi Adams Augvtinr,,August S8tb, 1852. June 26,285 -5 '.
newbpepen and > *
upon what authority '! do not know,that there perjodictlj, pub. i MBI Mi i B PBW --.l'
is great doubt bout .our $tate, the Democrats keg fished more monthly_sixteen1 oftener,and pamphlets not contain J BT Polo to be opened"at 9 A.M.aod. .etosectafs Tax Ccl1_ tor'> Sale. Tax Collectors'ftale. '

claim it r fideiUlyV and *ay that Fierce and, la tiegk'r cbgetwRi oetavo. 'pages each, when ent P. 51.- By rrtae of the power vested inAne bylaw 1 Bj virtue of the power rested in me by bw I
Kip,'. majority Ube 10000. one addressed aid ,at eight oancek to G. HUMPHREYS.otProbatt. expose for sale before the'Court House ia shall expose for sale before the Court House

Gco. W. JACXSOK thereto .uU pre-pald by affixing postage stamp of duJoLn*.County. the city of du Augustine, oo' the first Monday of m i the city oCt&Augustine 011 the first Monday ,of
cats only half of '
a cent for each January, 1853.the following! described Jan. 1853, the following described
property -
Msrihtl, It. L ounce, notwithctaadiag the "property or or somuch
each rate artkle-of postage .Iealatrd'on PUBLIC AUCTION.WILL .:< so much thereof ss will pay' the aisle, and, county thereof sa win pay the Sure and County tax-;
sept sech
'gl..xuu.r that amount. The package would exceed be sold on Tuesday the 28th tnst. St. terra aDd the'necessary expenses due'thereon. *s and tine necessary'expense* due thereoai ;
Sept, 4th, 1853.Fit' potter on all transient matter at 19 acres third rate land
: )fr.1Irr.a1lum. to m hem your inquiries' shall be prrpaid by tumps or otherwise shall be Barracks [subte-yarcJ] at J1 0'cloc seated to S.Cbevei oa ManUnxas rtv ras- GOO acres third rate bud :awened to the belm.
addrriwed has thin and charged'doable the sates first aboreaxtrboard. f A. M. One brge Mole belonging {jlo United Stages ,IJDC;panl, jn section 40, town- Sebaatbn EapiiMeaV"above the bead of North River.
are depaitrd life a ship 6 south 30'
Quarter Muter range east, and partly in section AS, lying partly in retards 43 '
Irfc-ndof bis bas ndcd Sea 2., And It it ,ftrtler':tutettd, 'That books Department. ,' township 3, 8. Kl
tne letter with township 9 south
your : range east. Double taxed and 29 and section
Terms cash da range east, 37
. bound or unbound delivery, in gold or silver.GEO.J.ZEHND4UR.. township 4 south,nng
That I it which I not weighing over fear pounds for
a requfgt aiwfter will do in shad be ,t u'dvertixed nonpayment of taxes for 1848. 23 east. Double taxed and advertised '
till ccitdor. I am a'Whir-otter bare been deemed,matiaUt matter;fad shall be chargeable '49,OaDd"I85t. / ci/I.d"t i1852l.ears meat< of for IBSOand. for'aohpay
tj with I In charge ol Qr.,.Property. r taxes, 185*. Ab7ss eised for t
postage at one cent ounce all .
an distance
n anTibingeUe -roman be and still I choose i additional UK'ar' 1852. 'I i 1852 u "additional liar ",>;
under three thousand miles and two ceau Sept. 18. 1852. Swks. a per .
oat for sQ distance over three thousand miles to which paid, day taxes expedacs ale .
You slate thai tabneJ.. doubt' sale. ::' s'
gnat aa fifty cent, shall be; added f all l1 NOTICE -
per n cases where the TO 11&1U8. R. B. ,
whether Tenwsato will go lot Scott. I ntcure same be seat without CANOVA. 8beriaand ex officio R. B. CANOVA, Shcriffond exio/f ;

you aha will not It thu Detincrata vote Cor printed may matter chargeable by weight bfJD'pre.psWaad shall be all JHOULD there beady surviving' heirs of Don Tux.Assessor and Collector, I. j. c, Tux Assessor and Ullhelor's.l. c.-', "'
weighed June
IVrcc and King ac I tape no doubt their when dry. The publishers of; aril & Wrrrx alias Hftary White foruieriy 2fl. 1852. June 3&1853*. '. / .
willI cewspapen periodicals
the* will the State because the Governor of Florida under., palJla Government .- .
carry may send to each other from their respective Notice '
v ill < lor & I offices ,either la this Sate or any other in the Union Tax Cull.,ttefa '
n< vote on- mean br ibis, thniIf ofpubUcatieafrveol' potl..GlMeoP10C each ,.
mill not the i The publication and sire send they may !hear of something to their advantage,in re I-hereby given to aq'smlitort and all parties concerned Y virtue of the vetted '
get whig rule. rwjurit, ; way toesck actual subscri, gird to'a claim the Government or soy interested in the B power in me bjrlaw
lIe,.,:w, agaluM Kcott ,'iIIIII01' bean great a s her, enclosed in their jrablicctions, bfl's.' sod receipts against Hpanbh by W. Miles !ISM way 'Ealatc'of shall expose.fur sale before ihrCourt U owe in>
calling on me or writing by mail with all Joseph of Putnam deceswd
IO oo,' Ibcn,h It probaWr would have bee, for the same free of pangs The publishers of week particulars to prove their indeatiiy. access' ry tbstcatheexplratieh; o"f,,six''months county from, the date, the city of bt. Augustine on the fiut Monday in

bud out the new Bou fiflair been brought to I ly newspapers may send to each actual' subscriber E.J. GOMEZ i bion'of.J ;shall apply ro the Court of Probate for the Ocober,1852, the following described property,.or '
tYou *ituin the county where their are,:printed and so m ch' thereof u will pay th* State, and
light papers File C.nntl af Spain at Keg IVttt JFTs. county of Putnam aforesaid,for a 6 settlement of county
would On well, at a Gurernnvnt officer, .ftdoDt copy thereof free of posUge8xc. in,acc D II with said Ksuieaod. a,discharge u \dminUtrator taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon.

to iNMt up four books, settle your accounts, .3. And le It furthet enacted, That no newt- N. B....Jacksonville News and Floridun k Journal 'thereotAfay ISO acres third rate land assessed to C. and G.

fctid prepare to glue 4tp your t4 ce. The 1)r e paper, periodical,magatlne or other printed papVr or will please give die above six (Insertion* and send BENJAMIN CHAPSfAR Admr. Clarke being the one b.liot one tract;.the. ..whole

ucratv are likdtie Whigs ante got to be- fight matter shall be entitled to be sent .t .he rates of 'their UilU to tubacriber1 at Key West. 22J, 1852. tract was orrinaily granted to C. and G Clarke
posuge iu this act specified,unless the following con ,' 1852 the other half v returned by Air. Jacob Mickler south
iiit) bur the "INn.; and a. a matter of cou rye ditions observed First It shall be September, 6f ''FLORID.7 of -
: snt without S car. days from New York 90 aDd bounding on Moses creek being in section.
the.yf lmv d one. hundred t-xpectanta fur everylAeetihey lay cover or wrapper orb a cover or wrapper openat bales Hay 60 bbls,Flour, 6 hhcK Hugar 46, township south, range 30 east Double axed
-( will have to btMtow. Ynu miisj, the end or sides, so ibaa.iIe character the mat- Orange County. Tax CoUector'IX 8 15 bbls. Crackers,50 sacks.SalI and 124 ., i and advertised for non payment of taxes: for years

tlieitture, walk the plank ao noun oa Fierce act set contained therein may be determined, without removing ollu. to B.E..Carr boxos G. Burl puckg'rca 1849'50. and 51. Ako assessed for 1852, aa per .

innugtiralerf.Y such wrapprc. ,Sand, There stall be no I WILL attend at the thorn of Wuxux Cox ( Sundry addilioDillisl.
,4i uny relr{ upon the information I havefheii word or communication printed'0. the same after iu .'. at Enterprise, for the receiving of the pnckayea to BurliogarDe & Hawk, and others J Alao .

ynu, bolt tta it leipccta this ISlaW and publication,'or upon the'cover wrapper thereof except : taxes of Orson County for the year 1852' every fax Collector Sale, . ISO f
the U"auca. the name and address of the person, to whom U .TueMby in eacb wefk'uniil the ,.1 or October next. acres laDd.beioa.OQ c*a 300 acre tract '
Very resnccifttlly, &e.V. is to be sent. TAird, There shall be no piper or otb- E. WATSON Sheriflfand uo6c.oTaz B virtue of.the power vested in me by law lsh\l t originally granted to C and O.Clarke,the other.15(>'
for sale before the Court House seres b returned C. liter all of which situated
( ti. BKOUlilJOW; er thing enclosed in or With such printed paper; and .Collector O. C. in the by is
n' if these renditions are not complied with inch printed Eatrqisc pt.T, tiSS.a' 4t.Ta city.of 8t. Augustine on the its Monday of January, on Manunxas river, being section 37. township-
tX-l': Gwrgiaa.Fusat.A matter bait be subject to letter poatara 1d all mat 1 1853, the following .described property, or so much sooth, range 30 eat. Double taxed and advertised-

I per scat by mail from one psrtol the Unite! States to Rent. I thereof u will pay the Slate and county uxes and. the for nonpayment of tsxes for years 1849,'50,and '51*
fcrntlcirun be other day toM) us another the of which is fixed the THE t cecesssry expenses due thereon. ALto anessed for 1859.aa per additional list.
postage not PICOLATA
by HOUdiTlal'fv
z! toast mi ,jhe ItiVi'iimit .after Uoy. &f td and of this act,at all, unless the same be entitled provisions Jftri by )lnoJ REID. The ..*UIIt i I in copied ood 6605 acres third rate 1 and assessed to.F'nocs u Unless lazes and expenses are paid before day of

llr. Ktrrr spit at Ibis :ptoce, be boppencd tole to be sent free of pottage;be charged with letter order: rent tuoderaatPi und i Avice, being tbe,Boen VwU tract and, lying in sale.t. *

t MI .ftllDIDS.witb M veral whlca who were see; postj j immediately., 1'reArrence to a laiuilyi p/'wewon without iiW'\'o coil section 48 and 49, township 9 sooth; range 27 es> R. B. CANOVA, 3 lerifr lad ex officio

t'C.Ut'rW4"IC. tliedfevtufioivand that they $ta. 4. And he it further-enacted. That., if the lren. Apply to Double axed'and advertised for non payment of taxes Tax At&Mor and Collector,*. /:.:.

cJttrva.vilJlMt eiOniuauiaJ ne Oi-wucrauc part pnblbber of say periodical, sfirr being three months D..E.!.! CABil.. "n Additions for 1847. List"4849. 50, and 51. Abo assessed Jnae26,1851. ..

: 'utbl tu t <.nKidr the ntwuinalioa and II pre M.l, notified that his publication in! not taken S..ptr.m.ber ,1852.. for 1852.

rilkdrew Gov. Reid fnwn the -ieW-thnt heM out nf the vffice to which! it U sent for delivery continue '- sale.Unless uxts and expenses are paid before day of An Ordinance to explain certain part* of an Ordinance -

gcuinjt MO badly Mted up, and would be to forward such publication in th*mail the post- ,. Proclamation. R. CANOVA prohibiting horses and Cattle from going *

Mt uvriwltctifiinitlf defeated that' ibo partyvruldito m titer to whose office such pnbiration! Is sent may N TICE'1t hereby' given that ad EliECTION iv Sheriffanderoffieio.June ,at urge within the City *f St.,Augustine.Be .

totvver d. tied. We fuppotte there dKpose of the same for the posuge ur less the pub : I will be held throughout the State of Florida,on 26, 1852.lax Auesaor and, Collector J, c. it Ordained by the b1ai' and tdtrman of

would !tars been any clitd' hearts in tbu lidos shsll pay U and whenever any printed matter of Monday.November 2J,proximo, for Electors of Pres- ajar City of KL Avgtstine, -That the Ordinance

.liig party if our noble! and gallant a'andard any description; received during one quarter nf the drat( and Vice Preaidenf, of the United $tates. Num P(obxto OlUco. pt* doi sits Cpnntr.. prohibiting hones and sole from going at large
oral l year,ftball nave remained in tbe office without 1 ber to be chosen three *
btajtrreoud.) have been acarfd off and no being called let during the whole of any succeeding Done at the Capitol, In Tallahassee, this 10th ; : ", i.,1 i.I' /AuousTaistJ852. i within the city cf St. Augustine, be M construed,-ms'to
duuttt blrolf would
1 r. Kerr bare ouutripan i subject such horses and Cattle within hereafter
quarter the at such office 'da, of August.A. D. I TOTICE. All of raiding' 9tt.y .
the postmaster shall sell the 1859. persons color Jn. the described fine that found ,
fa1 jrect In II'JcUCU.C-bUL deato.inbobrtrJ boundary to a are at
every same,aad credit the proceeds of such tie ia tie TH03. BaO WN, *nwr. i i/i county of St. Johns, who-are within the scone j, Within .
large within the orb the GatesSouth
the two candidates speak,felt puancrly eoesktsvundcr acb regulations, and after By the GOTerocr-Atttlt of the subjoined Act of the General Assembly of City : City
I. and the lot of the U.S. St. Francis Barracks
proud that the 4'-snoerell3 souse had bceu eniruvtcdto such notice M the Post Office Departau&t, shall pre C W. DOWNING, Floods, are,.hereby notified that they must without, ,
North, and within f the liver on the East
such able bands Cev. sny part o
ea J&eUVrtnd Aug. 1'1. l82. Secntarf Staff. dtuyr comply with Us requirements in.th ''IDIUtr.oC8flectlnCGurdiau
side of the Weatern shore of Mart
thai tle tarsi wbobad defeated whiKCtr ImSIC. 5.And he it further enacted, That if ranch a 1 ; er they will each and all, in I Sanchex, to any Creek part of said, <

m ;e could do itatain. The results abowa of the second section ot the act entitle "An act to NOTICE b hereby gvrn' that application will be failure thereof be presented to the next Grand Jury o Passed in Council afc117.City. lH52.. ""

Unit although a rent (Reid) was pronounced modify and reduce the ratra of postage la he| United the next session of the General Assembly Aid county for misdemeanor f EMANUEL J. Dx MEDIG&5

a .very soak staff f-r thttieiitoeracy to lean ; dates and for other purposes/* approved March of the gate of Florida for a City Charter tor the I G. HUMPHREYS,Judge of Probate.SKTIOK Mayor Pro Tec.

, upon r, prnnd auftcji-otlv strong to throw a third eighteen hundred and liftyae,u relates to the town of Pabtka in Putnam County-or for such aD'CI I. B* it enacted fry fie Senate and Attest

tttjeidous car (Kerr) off the rack stud con.- pottage or free drcnlstioo or transaction of newspapers of incorporation .for said Town' as.b usual and H.. of Repretentathn of the St.tef Fl-irida in itus. (ban, Clerk of the Council. ''

. plated",malt (t, ,tberelty aeriou l; dams g- periodical and other printed matter,'and all customary in such easel* : :" General Ataemhly convened. That firm and after -

I 'hI J wjbu reused to take the advice ,ut their other provisions of law inconsistent with the'provisions August U.. 185JL : the psssage of this Act free negroes and free mulattoes 1st ordltiauce t.> mead an Ordluuure --
of this set are hereby..repealed.8x0. over the of twelve shall be A' onesd
friends and keep 11ft .1 age years required to proliibltio
< i
Probably our wbi e friends would like hi. 6. And he it further e.1 4, That wbrn s TAXES !TAXK flZ" : have a guardiaa.fwbo; may be selected bI the fie* Cattle from olug at large witbla.

have Fret-kiln fierce withdniwo. Car list of anctlled-tor-letter shall be published ia any WILL attend nda, (Sundays excepted) at negro or free mulatto, and ia case tack fan aegro or tbe City of at. Auzas4hie_ < fjBt
., foreign language raid list ahall He published in such I my Office in the court House until the Itt day ofOetokr free children shall be minors ender the *ge of ten ;l ordained by the Mayor and Aldermm:01

Am Awfol oewrpaprr LaviQg the largest circulation I within the next for tbe.pnrpoeeut collecting the Buteaud rears,it shall be lawful for the father or mother ;as I the City of St. AttgiufiaK, That i' shall alsoame

A TraSt.caf.occurred range of delivery of said office. county uxea lot Iti52. the ease may be, to choose a guardian for the *, be lawful for the City Marshal, to repeat to the

I frightful tre g edy recently at Approved August 30 1852.CkarLcxiouoBd AU unpaid taxes after lit October will be subject and In all cases whatever the person chosen for Mayor, tbe owner or keener -of ant kane/mare,

Btuvustjwn. Indiana. Tbe details are tbu4 I ----es to levy advertisement lad sale. guardian, shall go before th judgeof Probate oi'thecounty gelding, colt or mule, aDd also say row,,heifer

given in the Madia n Boomer: Florida.Lltie.' R. B. CANO7A Sheriff and ex- la which be or she may reside, and it shall be ball ox or calf found runviag at large within the

It eeiaa that two brothers named Hiram officio Tax Assessor and Collector a.r.c., the Buty of the Judge of Probate, if he shall se sat- the City of St. Augustine ; contrary to the provisions

and Warren Francisco and well known .1 repceUbts THE SPLENDID NEW PACKET STEAMER. Augustine Fla., faked U tw the fitness of such person to give a certificate of an "Ordinance prohibiting hones sad

and pvaeeable citizens,followed the PLORID4., St Johns Co. i-Uh August 1852. under hw seal of o&e,. to the. person to Cattle from going at large within the city ofAngnatine. .8t. ,
of clock 'I chosen aa guardian. ."
ooettpatloo peddling. hey ugually CHARLES ,
travelled different routes but made practice WILLEV. ... MONROE CIRCUIT COURT. Sac.2. Be it further taU 4,That.all guardianscf Passed in Council February 7th, ltl3?. .

ot BBeeMfif each other frequently Tbt"y Id MOW running regular Rebecs Burnett Compt. 1 cf negroes' or free mulaitoes, shall have power E. J. de MEDlCEd,. Mayor Pro Tem
ly oa Use line.between b C..cu-t. to sue fee and recover all socb sums of. I '' ',, -' -,
ruu+ are Attest
b ag raw! to meet at a public bows la the ,aI 9' Diisorct. wy as _: & -
..ipvlowo,OQ Friday Ust Ono ofrKiffcvd 1 Charleston and tha St. Richard Bamett Deft '5:.Bql.- for or my bereaftrr owilato6e: )pegtioor free CHAS. H 'AGER., c. '
Jobs/a Rirr. -S
QP't Ill UO, sad shall have the. .socb
saae control
p the tavern about Wock n.71'." schedule haX Doe Fool having been made. to that RichardBurnett over ,S .
1 j |sea aJopte l. whkh me free negroes or free muUttoe, as ts possessed by : > NGlki:4 I }i .I'> ;Jvr-r .
and-.lr' if fate brother had arrived,and shows the boars .arrivuls and departures from the the defendant in the above cause resides out of guardians ia ether cases. '

was leionaed by the landlord that be had no t. various ports : tan Bute of Florida to wit;ia the IS..of Loosiana, "Passed the' House of Representatives" .5th APPLICATION ur'b8 made to the General
Altar eetwf bee supper, be called for a,light I Leaves Chsrlettoa/Tufsday, si> 3 0.c1Otk,... it'' is hereby ordered that the said lUcbueina.n 1848. passed th* Senate July 7th 1848. ApjoiotedU cl& at its next session for and atf

sad -w \0 Ire .own Jo L The lalldlonl Leaves Jai ksostvills Wednesday,at a 4* appear tad plead answer pr demur to this Bill filed ia the Governor,January.O th, 1848." r set amendatory of daecharter' of the'Atlantic'. '

tol r eab{ that 1e bad jx candles About Leaves 1'IeoIa. !iYcdtesdat /'t |aid cause oa or before the Cot ftfosxtty of December Gulf Railroad company. 'v':'
die fte att M if fee would follow him be ,ttirttrasttrit, If \: next or the sums will be taJatm aa coufeased against \ JVoticz. August 14, 1852. :
Leaves Pilatka bbB :Piovbkdtbat copy of th*evder be pubHshU ia "
Tbunday, at 1 tfbletk
1101I4 tape Mks Ie aid Fr&odtev foUowed sass will OTICE. I
be made to the General As
ot this
But for the
Leaves Ptcolau- ** 10" some public eewspsper apse* of APPLICATION
tat landlord taco a dark room end uadrcsscdr Leaves Black Creek three months before the said first Monday cDecem3d next session theteoC, fot a charter 18 .HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditors Ilein,
1" ,
. rx. & others interested fa the Estate of
esndetiaedto t. Tba bed sconed her. iseorpomuag a company to construct a Railroad Legatees. _
wetaad -c. raatches about barn he Leaves Jacksonville Fri/,at.3 M .. A. D, 1859. across;thePeslaauia'of ladder the style Henry Kloeae late oC Bt. Johns County deceased I

. .,* tiffei. rjpo the bed bo The accommodations for Passenger are"ran spas' Angst JOS. B.LANCASTER of the Florida'Ksilread company,; .t I ? thai Gui th* exylrntiosi of six Months from the date
thM it VIA with ezamioicf blood ed by aay boat ever placed oa the Ut.John's. Freight Soathera Cvcsit State Florida' August 14tb, 1852. 'Sot. hereof,I will,apply to the Court of Probates, for they'r r
wtt Discover- or.
and Passage as low u by aay other line. Any fur'I J County of.St.-Johna aforesaid, fora settlement
tag tie 8" ea Ise table new bit be lit It. and : tber information be obtained A true cop, of with said Esute and .
lOoLeC ua4er Uw can by applying to either I J. M. &asxwtu,Clerk M.C .. Admlalatratrlza Sale.BY .. my sccounu ; a discharge aa
bed caw the bod of lUll
of the undersigned Agents. ; administrator i
of the'Hon. '
'; -alt wNaW.throat ettt from ear 10 ear,'and I j W CALDWELL. Charleston. Robes. '- permission the eovor'PreLate' FRANCIS BRIDIER Admr.:
of ilL J kaa Coca 'Will be sold 4t the CourtHouse
.1tI,. F fteaiaf lot door laraediyrocitded BELLECHAS8.. & FINCOAN caollco b hereby given that six week*after date, in the Ckrcat 8t Augustine,en Monday the St. Augustine February lira 1852

iWy to load a revolver sable Jackson silk. 11 lwiaan4> 0 b.. GI Probate of tits 234 of 1852 12 M. the real
day August st following
= ,e.-Wore ke 001II4 do 10 there wa.a aatade n & It Rind Pilatb. lohns County ',.lItte oi, AJmraterettoai tko: Estate-of the EsUtc of the are Domingo Udna deceased NOW OpenlDff, Ortnjfe, Lemons Ap
Prunes Pea
. 6y snail sees 19 Hler WI 8qt.1S.1Wtf r..i Gt Nicobu8&4cb xatniaorMte itaidq Coun aseortea
; to wit: A lot or parcel of ground with the i ,
Preserves Segars. Liqoon &c.
( Protatiieg sot 10 bo akrmed, be at+ked tbera deceased. '."-"thereon, situated the City of Si. t 27
AalUlt j Match R E. CARLet
to *Hiwit be Netk& BARTOLO PONCE
4ieesett fcte *f. Aaeooau tine and bounded as foOows namely; oo fW _
" be ML Ipi.iwi lead. fcl* p to! tie opens A LL PERRONS Creditors. Heirs Legatees 8t" Augustine" Jury,'3d:18SS. r by George Street;. on the Nona by lot of'DariaAUn. Scbr. Florida now discharging Butter.

I Ibe deer.Hit Iks kadjrd arid two other; fJL and others having claims sgiiast the Estate of i on the South,b, lot of James Hnribeit/and B Lard,Crackera,Pork,Ha'ms.Bacon.bCUf.

rui se idea when H fired t
hIs ..tJjiatell killing the landloid6ceo 'deceased,are required to exhibit the same autheaticsied Metlce is hereby given,that six weeks after date lot eonuining one sixteenth_of an acre,more or less. kept-IIt'lbe lowest prices bjr B.E CAR. ..
by the onhof the party within two yean from .- to the Judge of Probate ors: Johns Conditions Csa.1i. .

t" etbwrtfesa{ ices after which, the: 1M data Jamet_Mtwi the,will he barred hllaw; County { for Letters of Administration oa the Estateof ANTONIA'HITCHCOCK,Admix.8t :&cTaiW istdlerr, ".

t., ._ ... > aad all persons Indebted- the said Estate are!sn Nicolas Saachea a minor late of said Coat"de 'Augustine 21st:July,:'IttSB. : .,: I Candle Oil. SapInsedOdr.TIlt", '.
Sperm Brown
make immediate the ;> '- n r j >
..4 It iI1Q ouired to payment to subscriber. ceased. f ? "
i .t1M&1 @'reAcb'heio Adamantine, Candle,Starch White Le.dllachgs,
battled ftad talk aANCHES. for assorted Paints
ihecrty ot Tripoli '25, .. I I $.. Augustine June,26th !. 1 TAX at this Office. t. I flares 17 ,at retail by B. Eo CAIt15.',

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diatCbnrt.Flarids ..M*. Oa Treasury, Lane Nona |.f For the coimty a! Columbia,'ottth AF; ? Thiid Monday. January;1853; th'foIlvWfn& described .Property_pro Asa ." OFVt.OR O..J W'

be PabUc 1 ia: ''December. VT : a :"T.; much thereof as .win pay.the State-and county ___._.. .1' ....... oar.ect! Faas{.NOt: lV i
r : *,Charlotte aadNBy Street,a few The U..: Distrkt Court. at,St.. ;:Augnsdae, on the taxeiaad the orceasary expeases due thereon: /If. *SIMON 'l'-.''ooo-"M't, ? :r'inrcatedin; 'Beads
Public Su :first Monday In ApriL- .." Santo oanal fa tiiis city 'and Brooki, _
''c1oo..doadi Eaa&h a. 2699 acres third rate bnd, assessed to: VridxL estate ;
l'lnJm.J W.. 'OflCbarlotte, b tcngTreu TIIB z' 'BA ,_1''RR'Jr.G1TIDE.,". Rocrigne.being near Pun's Lake,and lying in section Late o/ St. Augustine; East r : J; hftik JBbiay',aDa.City of Heir ". 1

Lax,,, aorthof the Fpqc Square,anoexed..to.the FBXM CIIARLFOM'N '45;'township 12 sooth, range' 28' east Double flutes tJbvernmenf.' '
? !' \ ROUTES. of for ART; UNION OF PJULADELPfllAlacorporaied This fund rigidly lacr asiagSy a :
Floods \ '. ,. .I taxed and admtbrd for nonpayment taxes I 4
Mouse.BOA'RDING' ;
HOUSES. the year 1851. Abe aaseaed for 1852 U per**Addi-. by tile JLcfilalatare ded iad'prOspettuburainess.
Jtfiss F. .. Oa 8U George Street, a fe f.'doors. Fr C> Sottth of the CourtHo.se iftd Public Square.On :114 o'clock ..) By Steamer to Witaiaston To pe- Uuleas taxes aad axpettsetitopaid,before dayofsale. Jt fe* THR EOMOTIOfr OF TfiE 'per ccct 'oswalTof ez stipc D ; : d I
UT,1do..16j".H, '
and :
et, comer of Bsy I IOaNea miles, Uv Railroad-to -; :' '
G. N. Pqr. Bay sn; \ 6l-To.Rkhmood'2/!'1'0p trek .,, dR'IS' OF BBS.QN JNj.. JaaaaryeNf848
1 tersons trt IU
All tSe art 1'I.
offiao. .
R, B. CANOVA/Sberiffand ex
f DOCTORS."' \ 7tt: ,Bteamer to Washiagton 55.-By Rafiroad to IT11LT1FD''SC AT.E. 'tfic'ltt.8r 1i .
TaxAasetsorsad Collectors.i.e. .
--- .
Boef.T IF ,.. Office al.bit Dwellia g House Baltimore 40.- To Philadelphia New-York June 26, 1852. OFFICERS. .The. .preraia3aare j)able fc casoi.
i- : miles. 60 boar Fare
t i. I'T.- Total distance 771 Time lrr:._. lMh-."
on Bridle Street. IlmY C. CaxaT i'President, Wruiiy D. Kxx.txr 4 "rlyRI6t it
pd. 1 Officeon St. George Tax CDlllclora'&l& ; deferred .' ; ,
B. 8'
Doe t.boJ. leaves1 CharUttoa F e.JV< dent; EBWAXDP. U.I.,2rtr payment .
"Southerner "E
North oldie Court Howie." The (Steamship) vlrtae of the vested ia: me:by- law <. The cash principle adopted' by +thkwres "- -
few doors KL
E. I
.a ..,- 'tenth day.after the 27th of-April,o'clock r *. By power .nr, Bncat,Seeording Seeretan. _
DRUGGIST; \ I every expose ior sate before the Court House in GEOXGK W.Dawn,Corrttpvuding& to the psrtiea Atrwhose'beae j" 1
P C Z,,,*. Chemistwd pn gg "t. Charicue Thro..FttftCMarlest9u I&v60 hours. Fare Co'.,(PlUclt"lu.--The'tOtpft'S1ite-Room) 825. the"city .of;;St. .Augustine, on the first ,Monday of -oo *, are effected,;the whole,
Street. '/ t : ? i other i at 4 o'clock January, '1853'; the following described property of MANAGERS'*. \ ", subjecting tbeo* o thr heavy,dra.trbacs
1 leavesChaVkston every Saturday; State and "
so much thereof ss will pay the county lated premiom. aotrs.Prrsptts .
r LAWYERS.. r.Xw through In 60 bonrs. Fare'020. taxes and necessary e expenses due thbreon. Joha"8artaia, Charles f oppaa, James_ .S.Waliace eSt lasuryacAiOtt
office ArPutnam. from Ctarpston fs New-Orleami Leaving: 4.Hyai One Town Latin the of Su Charles MacaFester,E. H. Butler. Henry S.Patter. mai !
S. B. erJ4.. Celloe at.Law- op city Augustine owner and the lives of others. .A married ,
: lOb'ctoeka.x:"tBy S. C.MtailroedTto1 AugustijSe unknown: situated on Marine+ street, adjoining son,M. D.. Charles G,Lebnd Williara D.Lew. < cur'the li/eof her hasba'ad theWaeBU
.Ut'rJt.aae..A., Artoiseyan" d Coun elloz i mika.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171'By lot of J. W.'Swiney, and leading therrfrom direc'tly'lOoth'to is.Joseph D. Htewart,'M.D.,Edwin.R.Cope, secured)/ mot the_ezchtsie'isS' of k
; Macon and western .Railroad to Griffin 42..ByStage JSancbez Fdward p. Mitchell, John S. ;
yf PicolatafiretjU a lot of Francis. P. returned by Ban. A, 1., "drenV: I .
at Law,office, Attorney and Counsellor ataw to OpoUka 35 -By Railroad to. Montgomery P George R.Ftirki. 65-By Steamer to Mobile 33IV--To 'NeW Orleans of taxes lor -18.49"5Uand'51.-Also u Cfergytnea sad Jq.btairs JependU,"

-<\fScein the Court House. 166. Total' distance l0p6 milfs. Time. 123' ho.r assessed for Sit at prr"additional years list. Every fi iier: for hit fear '1831. nea are.Ji ciiirjioyiteJ"rb avail' tifmse .

,PUBLIC OFFICES. .. Fare $39.50. \ ; l' kss taxes and, erpensfti, are paid before day.oJ Will receive**.,for each nbscription of"JE'ivg .a.5 t source whereby tRevt strr"1'.g, '.' r'eshay be
'' of" ,
a pritif 'f rom theeyilai-6i'p'ftDrY.
,w.cou' t lt'Cktk, Ie b'eap-Orlesne.} Savannrtb sale
Post .
G.B.LUmbias, !
0#". Pamphlets f
Peat. .Aii ty at 1/'a. w. By Bteanierrto JiPh 1 6Q.aU& -. BTCANOVA A.sheriff and, .! .l Y Criers-la Offiet'. B* A. Putnam Sar- B, Central Rallroa/ to' ATacon,and Western Railroad Tax Assessor and Collector, ,1.1.c I C LDUEN.? -. in utaateand ilra'GDg obtained rte adn

s.'General' ,on Hospital Streeteorner. of ArtilleryI Barnesville 40,--By:Stage to Opebka 100.3y .- June 26. ,2852 Earned tf JOSEPH ANDREWS,'Bttn, forma of ,. ,iybe. al "

sneand Hospital Street. Railroad to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile AND THE COMPANION,. theCmpaay3SWaUst.'orof, aafyef ill j
of Public ToNew-Otleaas 166.Total distance 1,032 Tax Collectors tlJal A oli.i"lIOa''. TRUSTEES
UtdOffic*.- T. Noda Register 331. ,print "MEBCP8-DREAV... Ja B Collins, DnidC
Lands-office In the Coutt'Uonse: miles. Time 77 hours. Fare$39.50TABLE. of the powervested in me.by taw I I 8T.-cl. A.IL RJTCHIE Nato Y".i WmJIijtlop.:_ Alfred ERHMcCany .

TAs*. 7'.BUltU.J Beee;ver* office in .Court MISCELLANEOUS Brrinae for sale before the roan House Or the choice of any two of the fo lowing Wm B eta ., .
Distances. Fare. Time. the of St. the first of Four
in city Augustine on Monday I Splendid Engravings,
+ Uoaee.1.41' e/ Pn..ce. (G.'Humphrey's e.office To Athens, (7a., 221 m.' SW 20 h.Chattanooga -... Jen. 1853, the following described property or $o''i __ vl.a e 'CWFabef Bred Winston, ", :. Joseph ,P Lunt.' 1 ,A ,

the Court HoUt' II'dtf' Tenn.,.445 J3.12 \ 31 much thereof will pay the State and County axes I 1,.-JOBS Kxox's iHTKxnxw WITH MAZY Qrrer or John- r -- 1aacj Wr -...
in =
B. D.,. Clerk Circuit;Court,'office iD "Columba,S. C., 130 ,4/ \ 8 and the necessary expenses doe thereon. SCOTS Painted If Lease Engraved Sartaimjai Theo&dgwick Yelverton. ..-' ,. Wn Henry ,
.: -Camden,8.C., 112 4/JO \ 9 the / : AD Bon ? tedlt Moorr.r .
the Com Douc. boo acrea third rate land assessed' to heirSebastian" tlermelEi.grtted Stacy B Gollii Zebedce _
F.Iaei ".. Sheriff aad Tax Collector,of- "Hamburg,S. C., 136. 4,00 \f Eep'inosa,aboVe'the-head of North .Hirer,I 12--ntTB, by 'I.iL John H Swift"'onIMiller; Ccok, 1-

neTTa"the Co'urt House. "Memphis.Tenn., 740 !. -iy lying partly in section 42, township 3, S: ,tt. 3.-Mxxcx's DxSAXfPcMfeo'if HantiagUn,Engrf4. John Wadnvorta i1 7 David A :'

Collector ./ Caslssv John M Bansoa,omeertaaters Passengers for either of the above places I yehadiatOD range 29 east,and section 39,township 4 south,range" I tKd Jr .Rik1i S M Cornell;' *' ,d I Rabat CqmJt. _:{

Hotel.IaePectr ,.,dally, by.a 'C. Railroad, at 10 o'clock 29 east Double taxed and advertised for, non payment .-CKUSTUXA.ITO HSX Ciuu>sxxP fr ferf ?//.*-' Goai M Wilkins James Chemt Shay ?#' 11

./ CMioau. Ora Howard, office in A. K. \ of taxes for 1850and 1851. Also assessed fotI85i I tisgtoa,Engraved ty Amdnvot. Join, \1 L P.tu1.' F Joseph Tkb I .f

Howard Buildup,Market square.f \ as per".ddjtioDlIIist., And a copy oldie Fret Whittle&y' Moans B :

H. Br .. Judge U. S. Court Northern Valuable Laud for 8ale.TUE \Uulos8 .taxes'and expenses are paid before day o! Philadelphia Union Ecportcr, charles ElIt : ", '; tYf'J B, ':4

'. District of Florida, office in the Court Hoase. subscriber offers for sale s tract'of land con "e. A monthly pamphlet.containing a report of the trans. John,C C"ce lAceae Ga. ..

G. B. Fa&tnkt. Ckrk U, S. Court, office in D,,10 JDOO acres located In Township 6. It: B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex-off. actions of the Institution, and information on the Walter Joy -, .

the Cart House. R. 28 E. near six miIe-creek which empties into St. Tax Assessor and Collector, s. j. c. subject of the Fine Arts;' Alfred Veil, ,. ,
Deputy SfrillGeorge I. Zchiibaar, office In Johns River three miles below,Fkolata,aDd known June 46i 1852. r 3 < r r .* THROUGHOUT- WHOLE WORLD. QSEPBAB..y..lu.7t1.i '

the U0". : as the MHaejtas' Gra L" --Z---'x: ) : Alain,. { rt / tlu "
OFTHE PEACE. A small portion of said tract is composed of Hammock Tax Collector's Sale. fBy The An Union of t 'aderprus' awl Jiu prizes fa JOsna'BU1 Connsellof.TJ11S u A1s .,
office ia the Court House.Get. .
remainder ia Pine land witha
Gad. Humphreys.- and Swamp-the
L' fhiuipt, 'Notary Public- flice on Bay heavy growth of pine trees thereoa.GERONIMO virtue of the power 'vested ra me by kw works its own of Cartiucatee be withwhich original American G.:R. f.'ilu-UJs.i. -" r Ag eat" SL "ft.i'm. ;

Street, a little North of the Market 1a-next door HUERTAS. expose for sale before tbr Court House in Art may purchased in any partofibe'TJ.Stairs .916th. -.' '
B- .
at option and selection of who
l' the city of tit. Augustine OB the fiat Monday in
the Pat & 31st 185i. '
\0 July U obtsin a prize at thealtunnl sJ 1t i
j may (
CITY OFFIOEEB.Msyor October, 1852,the' following described property, or < ..
-Gad Himpkrcft.. !' Notice to Limit Creditors so much thereof will pay the' State and county DlMrlbnlion, "S" ; IJ'GI1ST J,
Lavrnct JLmdrtu,] 'I" J s ,persons indebted to the Estate of Peter C.' taxes and the necessary expenses due thereon. I Which later j lace on the rening of the.fast..reekdagm ,

1l '..' Anus, I Aldermen., ALL, late of'$& Johns County, deceasedare 150'aCl'f'lIhird rate bad assessed to C. and G. leery Year. 'L.ST fl1I: ILULif..ins ,

C. cc: Mtdicit. f requested to make payment without delay i ,And Clarke being the one half of'one tract, the whole TilE EXECUTIVE .; COMMITTED OF TILE'ART I'l underfcone..Tborouph Re; "
? \ further notice Is that all debts and.demands of UNION, .
F. J. Odimeey. \ given tract.was orginaily granted to C. and G. Clarke, prrsent season, is now rea .
i ./ the City Cotxeil. -, Charles ussger, office 1 whatever nature against.said Estate,must be 'exhibited the other bale returned by Mr.Jacob Mkkler youth When 1&0 ft'qat'St ,,8t'I<1 worbof An.W lhout charge ;reception of Company. FASH"TRANSIENT ':
at the Council room. within'two years loin this'dste; and all Creditors of and bounding on Moses creek being m section or compensation, from their I'f .

Cit, Mareaai and Clerk .f theterket, F. P. Legatees and persons entitled to distribution,who shall. 46, township 8 south range-30 east. Double taxed \FREE- -- -- GALLERY u- "IO f vw rilRSNtrr*-.- STREET fj. 1 t BOAKDE1UJ.. can- h Yi't ,. ,-,
"i"xf their claims and demands within the said Our those in ibe who live Ap r mcn s. ,
Fetmra.i nM present and advertised for non payment of taxes fur years peKoas coastry sy rr : -
1'i v PORT WARDENS. pitied will be forever barred. 1849. 60. and '51. Also assessed for 1853, as per route mGallerienor? public exhibitions of the I JIooenrt Airy Clean, aaJRottaius
A C.' Zy Ittrai Ckirlt Haager' Jo. E. .. AH business relating to said Eettfe will- Be transacted iddid.tial Jist. Fine Mrs.Sobeeriptiuna I I atCritt+ If.' .joJ" .

by my Attorney E. B. Gould. F .t AUCTIONEER. ELIZABETH ZYL8TRA. Admr. : of
Striechat 17th 1852. 8wksBY ISO acres rand,being'one bar of a 300 acre tract m utber3hipl$3sldd be Jiade,! The House is well known o*being .."
J. A. St.
i See.Center,F. P.Ferreira and Acgottine. July as early aa practirable.o! aj to enliilunrinbers o/,
originally C and G.Clarke;the I34 Boilr, Expre lir with n vitro tofoiiiittoa 'e.
,i.I i.f i. granted IP other early numbers of the "ilrporter," whit will be lore
," MERCHANTS. virtue ot the power vested ill me by law 1 acres is returned by C. aJier,all .r which is KIM ted. .warded, upon the receipt of. the w..e111. say part. (,-ltliJ\nnd :'otter*,

Burlingame & Uowk-Corner of St. George expose fOr sate be tore the Cean'HoaV. o'Y atlDMt river" beisg section 37. l wn,hip 9 vi tbr colony. built of Wonti, with Kuoms cci bciDKs

and Treasury Lane. door at MeUonrilk on the first Monday '*f Awpt .utb.range 30 es., Double taxed and adverted The Ifonorary SreH-t ms will give receipts (.r ing Doorsvlirc., whfclr renders

mfkt E.Cllrr.olesa1e. sad Retail, dealer next the following described'tracts of laid or so, forDon'paymt'nl of taxes for years 184950aud. autectiptiensatvmitt.acr niav ke Mtade ta ,. Dampncs-ftj Fireplare, Blinds to W
I off rat quality Family Groceries of al! kinds, Ll-' much thereof as.wll pay the taxes due thereon the Afro araeceed for 1852,ss per additional list. I I UliOUUK. DEIST:', lhr)cgboj>cninjr nn Piazza Promenad*

": \ 9uora &..'No.S Eau side Charlotte Street, North. State of Florida and County of Orange f.r the'year, Unless taxes and.expenses ,are paid before day of CvrresjionJiag Secrrlarf, Ilundn'd\ cd. ln>tt-ciion from -Its' .

tr of the lablie square.GevQe 1851 to wh ; sale. I I 210 Chusnui Street, j'uiutUciphiu. Winds,&' ..'lrming'ndtainbleam1" .1
r 11",. t ealer' In Staple and Fancy Dry 7ftO acres of Wad i i. Tombtil swamp, belonging R.B..C ANOV A, S terifTand ex ofllcio : .r.MnI'nt nt ttlF'Krasoitsr(of Ihc .

goods, West side of Charlotte street, a few doors I or wpposed belong to Wm G Foot returnedby Tax Assessor and Collector St,.c.. A.ti
,1fI'f South of Treasury Lane. i Benjamin A lntnam. JUM26Je I I N'otlcv'v Jw.rpl'13)Vn.that m week*rsfiet date ; mid reiirrd 'from"'oiber'Tfj "!-

'.. &,A AT. IVd"... Wholesale and Retail dealeref I Also, 350 acres belonging or tappoced to belongto pfy. to liar Jui.'gi of Prorate ol St.Johns PHlnr -'conttrina'45Roor s'wIil' '

:h- Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on Iher.ruuud Chariot TGobert, rrturned by William A For- An Ordinance to explain certain part nf an Ordinance County ; fur lament ofAdutiuiaratou on the r'tHMieol al. Parlt tiri, Din nt', Seftinr llll 18
I'. floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, ward. prohibiting Horses and Collie from' Ak-olas caudas a tuiuor lair of Mid County,dVctatd. '
For :
I: J I going ""- general 4c\'Wnllto
) ," Cbar1otle.Uftt, Howard'PisIAam.Building.Dealers in Fancy I Also 900 acres belonging or supposed belong --at large within. tke City */. St. Augustine.B .,, MAURICEbANCIJCS.8l.AfgiMne I Doi be'surpassed.Tfic n. .
1S. N.
:. j I Goods Josses, &'opposite the Planters Hotel on Last to Robert Martin, returned by B A Putnam il Ordained, by the Mayjr and Atdimun of : J'ftl',2Gth IEfiL I well earned Rrphtatton this'tIii _

1'I"; side of Charlotte street.JV J SIMPSON Sheriff and Tax Cobector. o.U the City 0A"6r1t.ne., That the Ordinance_ .tuls/from Yrnr |b Ve,r>ttdjuirrd;f'Pn '.

"&Mi. Dealer*Groceries,Frovlstoas,ie. Jaa Jlat, 1852. prahibiung horses and cattle from going at large TO P05T3J..ISTEI18. prU'trrn ,M.' DAVIH nfmto -.:

comer of Cana and St. George street. ; 'wjthin the city of St. Augustine,be so construed as VOSTOFFIt'.l.A.L1J"S.. {"lhr'tbc liberal Fblioniige' hereftnfote. ,
I"j F. / Qc Kf. Watch maker and Jeweler, on TO ILAfGE PLl11VTElt8. to subject surh horses and Cattle 011.' within hereafter ', IletmJeraineJI'ortmaaeraI.l'kassat G1tI tarns bet thanks. tt

j!+ George srrret, nearly opposite office of Dr.PckTAs Yalttablo Tracts of Land, for Sale.THE described boundary to,a fine,that ,are found* at! Allcghany Co.blaryrtud! ,was the first person in 1 h'Table,will! be' supplied I '

*ib / ''. *. Nelum. Retailer of Boots Shoes, Caps subscriber as Aged ol tkt several owners large South within, and the the tot City..of the, vis U.S.: Within St._ Francis the City Barracks Gales the u. S.who conceived and fader ask rxtrnrirelyt6pul 'Game;Oysters,Turtle Fish, ;Duckst! '_

Hats and Dry Goods, east side of Charlottee street, .for sale some of the sasot. valuable. lands North, and'within of'the jivcron the Eastside >lHli,the w. .f ropplyiag all post office*with {Turkeys and. She!!>Kwh,.wbfch at i '
" ;: corner of Charlotte street and Treasury Lane. In ale Florida, to wit: any part cheap stamps. All stamp:made by hinr are war our Kivefs end' Forests aboon: '
the Westero shore of Maria .
4' :. LfiertMct ,oV,.. Tailor, Charlotte street, 800 valuable! hammock 'West of Flerningtoni to any pan of othr that !
i ] acres land. Sanchez Creek of said City. ranted equal er.perior loony' aD be more Hunters; sporting bzclu net
> near the Fort. known as the Gibbs Lands Marion Co., Passed procured at the AWe price, and whenever any aye 1I00MriW
in Council May 17,1852.
0'f f ;. Jsft r/siM. Boot maker, Charlotte street near I 11M. acres neat the Alachaa 'Savaaoa, knows as :MANU L J. Dx MEDIGE5 sent out in any way dr&etive er ir..til&ctery -Horse Carrinjtw, Forties '''G7.!
W Citf Hotel. : ,
the Carey Grant. shall forwarded, on notice without '
I : plkates Tackle Boot for
: Maker Charlotte Mayor Pro Tem. Ex.eunJun&c.
\ i Mkkael Cabiaet, ,
.4 ',, Neligar :f 1400 acres in San Felasco Hammock near New- charge. All who order a set of stamps.WITH eurtstoa 4 "'
Attest ,
\1. street,bt low Tenrversnee Hall. nsnnrille. known as the Lawton Lands. BATES; a( aVoDollar only-for thirty pieces,)- Very. Kesbecrrullr.1.
""1 .. ,j'rr" Jtlm Mey. ,lack Smith and Gun Smith, near, Arre- C'BAS.,HAOXX,Clerk of the Council. I .,ROP ;. 'j
Several thousand acres good and ia the shall be kept in stamps adribitam. .. jf j-
; :1II the North Gate of the City. I dondo Uraat. "Post Muter Flcasnt :
ordlnauce Address Grove ADeghanvAdministratrix's ., "
,, I to amend au Or : .
. ',. I 7000 Halifax River of St. An An ? 1T 1i.B. t'I.ili wish of' '
, '' l! acres on ; prolilbltluff Hones and Co.!Id. .f ,
sad JH1..u.. by
.JJ-"lift' .J'lq. Lijtvnt prietrees the fie fvauHIt '
; _
known the Billow 800 -
t '} f t'.DricIiff,City Hotel.. , .t. JT 1 I'} gustine ofopn, land as suitable Plantation foreaae and having cotton. Cattle front' wpiuff ,at large within' t '.IIe.II..ldlwt dYll .. ,
r .9 't J;G.wea. Retailer of Liquors,Refreshments, acres the City .ot at ..AnffBsiiucd 1 iru1e. t tire, and obllglu8.T :- :i /
several other bodies land '
1 And of hammock
fee., Charlotte street, ,oppoite 8riclie '. ,Bowling,. oa Be't imlc led by"the Mayor; and Aldermen of Vjpermimoa of the HOB. the Court of Probate t ,4 _
AUey. navigable waters. the Cily of Si. Avgvstine That it shall also ofSuJohasCo ,.ut be fOld,at the WaR CARMICHAEL AND oscoow_ AI \
Ikt. I lie titles are undoubted sad terms low-Apply be lawful for the City Manbal, to report to the House in the City of St Augustine,on Monday the I DBEDGI1fG_ MA.V. tA& '

.H STAGE OFFICE. to? CEO. R. FAIRBANKS, Mayor, the'owner or keeper of any horse, mare, 23d day of August 1859.at 1? M. the following real I hats been 'PJtOII '
Oft (11e Pwslata Jtsil St." .'. City -rb 8t. AugsatiaFlorida.Tax gelding colt or.male, and also- any cow, heifer, Estate-of the Estate of the late Domingo Urfna deceased THEnadersngoed. Invention,s J woli- .

114tCL. :. Collector's Sale. bull,ox or calf found running at large within the ; to wit: A lot or parcel of ground with.the : mend it to Contractors, Companies or

t. rinse of the vested ia me by law I the City of St. Augustine ; contrary to the provisions buildings thereon, situated,ia the.City.of.St. lugua.tine who are about tfotng-work of tit IGUo., .

. 4 \ CHURCHES. By .!! for power sale before the Court HOUR of an "Ordinance, prohibiting horses and and bounded follows,namely; on the West doa.yjz: "

,f. Z. Clhlie CkmreJL. Nesda aide Moaamensqtare. an the city of expose du Augustine on the first Monday of Cattle from going at large within the city of St. by George Street; oh the North, by lot of Darin i Extensive drainage of S urps,Ha w&
-. <' 1,I October next,the following described or so Augustine." ADen ;on the South,by Jot of James HurlberT, and pt 'I.U&I1WM n !" .
South aide Koarameat j property Passed in Counefl February 7th 1843. ea the East, Jot oCiosfph, .
EpU&fal Ckttel. square. mock tkrrref u will the State aad county taxes by .Pacetty Senior-said Building Levees_ arovadPbatatk *Tssfwt; ;'
r. rTttfyttnn CAwcA. On 8t Geerge cieet,t and tie areessary cxf pay ases dse thereon to wit E.J. do MED1CE3, ..Mayor Pro Tem. lot containing,one sixteenth. of an..acre,more or less. Opening Channel way and irmoviaf' **** _:.I
South j Attest,. Conditions Cash. f Rivers aad-Harbors. ***!' I
I *i thftso sare. 4fS screw being a.na of a tract of bad assessed I II month of -v'
Jfetk.dieIpiteopd Cftarta St. George streev! to Yars Gomes, lying oa or near 'tks St. CHAS. HAAGER.c. c. ANTdNIA IJITCBCOCX''AclDirx..8t Making CaaaJa throogJt Swamps,i ttr

astir the HaKolia Hacas 'Johaa River bit* io Tewaam 6 South Rap 27 JTeftce. Aagnstine 21st. Jaiy18552.:; -= ,. ,
.. .1 I arcllllCl.rVIiarttat
COUaiT East-.Settbn 10 of private 'sarveys me ervealSi part ad S
l TERMS OF ,EASTERN CIRCUIT eeasisdag of 83 acres letsraed by Philip Gomes APPLICATION ww..be'made to the General 'AI' S & u' : Keep g wpen ehaaael way through f""". '.,

OF FLORIDA.anixa r Doable taxed sad advertised fet BOB payment.of at its next session for an veraj removing Rafts or aaakfa. U,p, y -1
TUJI.fer J taxes' for years. 1850 and J51. Abo assessed for ;:act amendatory'of the charter of the Atlantic-and .Roots of Trees,etc. ,' 'J
the Counties of Orange and St. Lode, at Mel- ..IWu p -Additkmal List. Golf Railroad[ company. ". Tope atu desiroas of baprovbf wat i .,'(

1i : nville,OB the first Tuesday la April,and on the I I Unless taxes sad expenses. ire paid before day of Aipit 14. i52._3m. j'i drainage this. maehia can bp 'Le' ,.
i'ii Tuesday,before the first JTaaday la Morem. sale. only one adapted to all the purpose aeeesL .'
ter iMadaa..nIT'far. "Iforthe I R. BvCAltOVASbrrirTard ex-off. HOTICE. : I To those 930 5ft.Wdia,erg< :

sonny ofPataam,at Pilatka,second Toes- : Tax Assessor and Cullecior, s,'J...C.Jul&iI811. 13 HEREBY& GIVEN, to ,all Creditors,' Heirs NEW YORK, "' "f ... I drama, 'win be roa.r'oI'Jmmeuir niIfff
Legatees interested
in the Estate of "
4eepeathe'CaDat ,
iji&AprU. e ABB 't i ,ande3 t&tazae 1 1eaakaeat fad I
For the eavorjr of Uarfca a&Ocala, foarth Monday U'DIJ'KJone late of.!. Johns County deceased, NEW -. 'or_e.. I. .y

elAJdL 1 Tooth Powder, &c.Dr. that on the expiration of six Months from the date OBEJl'M"--4e. This. "a =43I used uvula either tMs''''

I'M 1M eczadeall Alaclaaa sad Levy,at New. ClerelaBdli Sloth Powder EagUta hereof I will apply to the Coon of Probates for the ",EXPRESS.rrrxcza_ ,oJ' .\. povcr.wbkkcaa bekotaserf is tayeuv'W :t
County 8u Johns aforesaid forzEnal.ettleme.tq .f
losville,first Monday in May. Water Fm d They are miaaa lad .
i Toothbrushes,Gelecve boap.Caapbor f ,' .opmdaa ,
hoc the Ceemty of ColBimhis,at Alligator, om thetteeatd Soap, Hooey Sosp. assorted Perfumest I II ,my.account with said Estate, sad a discharge U : .'t' djre aoy aadioay Mimi at ChaiJ i.Jl" t'

Monday.cXIJ'. :I ftiJieeBe Oil.Bears Oil,toilet Powder,'fine Sponge, administrator thereof ._ 16, I8 & 19 Wall. st." New York. ." .; ol Ja NaT Y and.I'e.-c.;aad en the :"

Par the coaaty of B.., at Nassau C. H.,oa the Hair Of, hose Water, Jkfliitary Shavisg ,Soap, FRANCIS BR1DIEE Adar. 3O'iJainC Hartford ., ." weft G acid&a Loma.,
rI edKeaiaybefMt the foartii Monday in May.ForUteeonty Straps* Brashes Roger's Pertoaary, Jockey Clabb, St. Augustine February aist 1852. I 6* State.*!... ,New liar?*;Ct: y Ba tiort.to Jtl3rSECORr, $s4F .

of Dural at JacksoaviUe, oa .the &c. Ala, aa asseruntat of Roger's At Wortea. Openiaff Orange Lemons,, Ap- 1182lJial more; iL", BajUrnprc.PcanjvIVania .ate li WJ fig '..i of Alabama, 'I'; ,

-earth. For Monday the ef Ma,. .bom's Cat eny, Fancy Dote ana Bath letter Paper Now,. Ptuuxs,Pnraes;, Pea data, assorted Av.; Washfngton. I owfi Cpr 1M.maddce eaaLe sent withalto
tt j Cosily of St JotaX at St. Aegusdne BE CA.BR. Fourteenth st. the os ere" m'Ja7y
retail by Richmond Va. ;
at Preserves. I "
Co&fectionay,8egars.Liqnon &e. .
jI n the second Mt&Y fa J... t I! .. "
j nut JI.J No,,29 March 87 B.E. CARR.B 84 Wasbiogtoa sU Bostt n...$1 .t l' ,,: ."; :., .I2t185i;. '. 'GJLSnT'&SECOItN.l .

For the counties Orange and St Lode, Tuesday. TO LET. y Schr Florida now discharging Butter, .3a.Ccmp.New. ... Orleans-- '-- t- .' ,. ., .
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before, the firstMbadar of November. iwdrq HOBS and Kitchen oa a lot containingtwo Lard,CraekerStPork,Hams Bacon shoal .Xctict.
O FOE the cotmty Putaam, at 'P&atka, 1M NCMd A acres of ground,wilt be leased for the term den, witlrB full.assortraect of artklea usual Billiard Table and Ten Pla.J411e .:rV"Oi rebf tTealhat cps A
Tuesday bejore the first Monday of Noverober,* the Magnolia etreat..oper .. > theIles.lodge'
of twelve years.The/ premises are situated on the f y kept at the lowest prices by B.E CAER.a I ,
and < '
the 8u day JBveniag. forkoCTvol
I, For m&ty Jdurt Q the fiat Monday west side of the river St. &bsE an, and known asMn.EaahaBS y. JflinsCoaaty,
!. BOY"'29 no48if a Eaate.f Nieoba 8s chet minor ,
(.ft flOTForthe lot of CoL Ham MIRANDA a
place adjoining ph-
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or Nta I deemed
the se, ..
i tkiM"or JlCIIaCk701NOftI. I ,'. 'y.f, '.H ; 'the rrys. ,It is a very desintblo situation for keepIng pentine.- Sperm,Bibwa 'Soap,.lfaseft!* Oil :: Sc tlBS *-PriTaU Rooms,Mttfs *;: 04:ai'af ; ," "r" BARTOLO "

.' of'DuvaJ tie taQckt cows aDd poultry,axe /bad for a.gartea. .'Adamaal, '.C..lt-.Starch,WhiteLead, .:Indigo, .KnbllC for- .' 8L .apt .
conty ,ea, third' May. i For:terms apply at this &.". assorted Ptaiats,at 'retail by temporary rwpoe a, always 1a .. Aq JaJ,3d 1852.
krT? "- ''j'< I. '. I b i readiness at the'Magnolia Betieat. s4fct
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