The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00130
 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: April 16, 1853
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00130

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aeft!* tt4ar rrit the inn There lltte res Jb. ea. ''" ha Patanora
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o f'riat ; moat be 'aidivork. ser y a4d e tft bctst1- Nonsense.Where1. every day dn.'S8 that adds
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G 1th. N an' he's.tied to a three ? expresses this
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as bflri rid cunmunicationarotai t < ;. ; v + e ti dirrollwed in,disorder} far better than
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'Aiopogi'tnaas f .. d a n bl Iuid spot to get a solo A
trnt n.iktae "tuussfBFry iowv ',<'"v tlae ,of{1tediffculty, \&t on reachin the fiek sweet disorder in ,the dress A' .* ;:
*? (ew.gtve>> htm'niteral nj; four to (A happy JUDd of cnrekssneba l / ,
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Bufthey irrcnoreWttdan-JtrueF11 bun listened attentively it i amusement, that he A 'awn the
oOFnrn ciTii upon shoulders ,
*&&*}&* .> 4 Than e'er4he wealthiest tpontrch knew amiably a' appealed M be ft,very welt refs ceded in : > k young black bear, he had Into a fine di 'racliDD p thrown., ' i is is

et re d Ao k er ykfrd flFini fcyjaw I,\cost rbarra.rcd..It J t rso ni Our hero was aUyadyiheels'over: hsad l'. on both cafcliing sides after a great deal Pf rough JnKm/ntrJaC/ which hrn-and' dae.J .. "' '%'. "
airs}} r race beTure 111 love, but what bothered him he did actually tied it With the
r a Court 1 use i S :1rf. 'was tLjdt; bridle) "to old >> crimson at wiaehrr..v %, .. %
t* ac t !Joad6g o uly aixt.tl liuw .l'Though moneyless'tis pbin: to see .4i not know who his jwvompanion was,4 her came, time and tree. t Bruin was kept for a,long A cuff neglectful and thereby tf'h.: / : .

. 4 deeefiw) fly or ro wt h thehpf tie irdl to '> They strive to sprafort'and' to please! ; address or position. He hummed and hawed awhile s was ever after known as Pat's colt' Ribands that flow confusedly ; 1'f. j ', .

thAtMC ty to 4nd uccresaq exlM nwe dup ye ,< f4f1ntoftithat;3 ilcr 8 k
a Wend r&thct.1'OOJ' grerci'.bei' then said insinuatingly*: ?, ,;, Why Don't You Cry: Yon Fool* lathe. tempestuous petticoat ; ,'. .
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$ ha'aae Band Ire,6the, hJ3 l rat Than not have friends like these.: 'Do you knay-Mi s, that when I'camc in the The triaf at the Salisbury Assizes, lately} of an A careless. shoesiringin whose ti. _, ;'. : .

It ranted} to Ute jlrire .;I hoi'itt ,> >," ., -I Ir y room,Jix>ktou for Miss' Clifton, of Prytauia st unluckyight, who bad been helping himself 1 aces wild cfer% ; "y* ','ii' II ,

? ,tor t tVof tat s follh e i 6. > Itost.'r ... ." If 'Indeed!' & hi l neighbor's: goodl b gave rise to a piece of in Do/more bewitch tat than where an -At. : :

n 'h3 nTi *urrey f a Iowa '1rOllOwbigsto''Ji&n 4YcsV I never saw such a striking resemblance.' genuity on the part of a wcll'knoll a lawyer lstooprec'seineery fi If, '.. .
$ 25a bbtud d blorih b bbliCadds; r old, but a precious'goddone. (Miss GltfloffipM, of a fictitious whic' .to us, who chanced tp witness it ++* :t-.. '
courses was
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lyi of w ,hianf: rz'oton; t time ejlaugbedfheartily, over it *Ml keg ) -'Do yo phow Miss Clifton?' somewhat amusing. Those Fresh Fishes. ; .: .
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N" yput ietonda'e ; ti andproEQmng many! of our' : adQrs. ;I 4OfEryania street r *" The prisoner had been defended Two individuals from the arrived .
by counsel country here
'r were ire Csw never heard it,,we servo itt for their ,
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tion. 7 .i up* -'YesNo. :' and every thing that.could be said on his behalf a few days since, and went round to the:hotels to .

a2 'T BSI D A nfjeiMn '... "tJ'\' .* r f ,ha.ctb"een said, but the case again him was too find one to suit their tastes ere they ,had&eit' v .:\!
sh g travelling sdne 4iin
a 'i'ax an eac r 't fart y r 4 the t.0 palpable t6|admit of a shadow of doubt, and a baggage brought from the'steamboat RPritader'rib a

r glJj..Mr> ta,1B A4reasa&ndJffi&Krc. .upper qujed} nbttainmnt 1this'State.foPtHaSrrignttoBf callMat i '1 : a .ta4LDd re-. ** 'An er'pause--sk, htly awaked. Our friend I verdict of 'guilty 'was pronounced},* The judge over one of our first class hotels, they ind 1.f 1..
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UnI f14.4 seemed,.to look themselves } ,
st approaches still nearer mnW nnnrelinn y upon the culprit who presentlypjretty! higfnip. .
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1" ,. >.-..T-... ---AJR."A""v...r.we. ;- -J-f-Ji; Sccommodftte r % ed fabyhat hhnf;.as s his it was tvifuticrwa art of his&tr cower Adv1Wi tn-, Jt 'd Miss been a "' -} cTerapd hiteojree- j r' No.:" 1 looking fellow, destitute alike of friends u What's them.things f said one of the'adven=t .

:: Y\rt. eof, the 1>0' 'Yntt'd in"p,," Jjw..s. iilj[et.persisted bra !tpppingd he as M his The lasf Aall at B I/mi* was 0eKghtfnlt so ski c and char tter.with, some degree of pity, and turers u to a smart looking waiter:just passing. .. .. .
I Mail for hootd.t'as it possible'that Miss previous i to passing the sentence of the law The water tanks, sir." .J W .
i' .a fllW.'Ua.' a (tun tJopl'e hi'I j were alm Qa.t exhausted with! iyidn't I been upon u .,
iraceIhng. '
'6 r. ; '1'5' 1\toti} yht''J" loIJu\tt solicSation there ? No. But the" eli htfuroJX'ra' ? Hadn't him, commenced giving him a few words of ad-, Whatr %. : M'
'puch toe, lat dlora' .
: > pnschtcd there rice
1I1..iI ray pt.tr rnltl lhttt r t r wn ay he beep ej1; $cr.r.as it postubk>. Was the I I it''I.. ',',
to "&a.q4..ad .i- wreUldeep in a Cl'rtain.. distance too great to her hotel ? She I The benevolence his lordship's tone "Whatd'youputin'enir
e..nr.1Jpth: e. dIA.r4' room that had not been didnot) t ,was not jft'.A '. .
i ocettined for r, long time, 'i live at a hotel 4t was so such pleasure t6ffe thrown away upon''Jhe la rye/'i who seemed t4 ., The waiter eyed t our h >to- .

n.y +.: :',p III reed Irk the' tpPJEJlucp bost Ce U l q batmtcd by a'prjta' w IjouSe l of oae'u' owri< She had uq private 'feed ttiat as long as fliers was&,chttiica oft eT Seeing their Tfelpless cdndition,' v.esrowacar.-. ..3rew .,, .
; w 14I barber; wiju wrtutr'repafixl; TX> have 't .*' P'and in '
aa4ttdrterdw4 his low
or'nopp.ym j t been house, $ two> mg client he wasf&ov&iditQ,do his utmost.Unobserved .- a tone said confidentially"It's -: ,, :. i '1.
inurderod in
.. tlr tV Yea"' .e9.1 e iP3 eeCI QR 37 pri"ill" that room some y carS before.M .- Ah Miss prefers furnishing; room..' Si ecoaIrln't therefore,Tieat, ODte whipt behind as much as my place is worth, sir,: : ;
... tHe you :
.ebl(r It ,ran i 26, and bounded Worth by ry wellayg man, "I AM not afraid of bear them!V his back, and putting his hands to the khow-" 1 #
sides of ,| .
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if:: i CKT leads. &nth by Wr"1 Crotcb.1 raui' Earl b* gbosw.of After saying refreshed hiuweH he inquired ,Another pause: more awkward than ever.- his mouth, whispered: to,the prisoner as loud as I "Oh, we won't tell!1" exclaimed% our travelers, 4 i iri
at. J the landlord
"hw...pd \Vrst how.and in what
; >y public I.odt. manner Our friend was stumped*but he looked.perfectly prudence would permit; opening their' eyes wider than ever. .. '

,Urlg. the room in which he was to 1elrc was b.\untt'Ci'j j at his ease, and remained. in a gractfal attitude, 'Why don't you cry, you fooll} Be quick '" Well, sir,'d'you seothenf tanks?" 'IIi IiIj

, ..... Je..JlI aretbrln, : .lr veer nn 39 Jn.samr town The landlord replied, that shortly after they re- smiling pleasantly at the toes of his patent !leather you'll save a month a least! "Yesl"! \ ? "' ..:..'; :..

4 u Elp""f.RP,t ,l',p'l.lde/ iJTSt Johiw Rivrrand tirqdto rest, an unknown voice was heard in a pump: The culprit, who before this was standing as 44 They holds water, they do." J'.. ''., .

. "", iii N.ttli, SOlljb .and East:: bf public lands Apd trembling and protracted accent nayinjr, -"Doyou marine his discomfiture when suddenly' the unmoved as a statue, immediately took the half Yes.!"" .
.f W al '*fec KTe :t.JoJml wta-n-t to be P-h-a-v-exl?" fel 1," repliedthe mysterious, hint rubbed his \ the water holds fish'" F.: JVell i I
!'. "if he young lady, looking up to his face eyes with his knuckles, and for : "' } I
man, comes he may shave mt. with "Fish!" *
- smile a moment seemed .
,Also a cunning said: overcome by a sense of the .4 .
..$ :lIe then requested to be shown to the apart 1 'I know degarded situation in which he "They keep 'em there alive and '
aXnfertBn' township went; in gong: to which he was conducitd !Our hero net .
.&qt \orib by public latidf, south and actually tlusfied. lIe thought he auswer every day. : '
i *: t. Johns and \Vet by the 'line di- through a large room where were seated a JfCtt'nUilber --wa< caught The foreign travels would .1o his I trust, said his lordship, that the sense of And our waiter disappeared. I t 0 ,.
aod Painaio off persons at a gambling table! Feeling business for and shame which feel Our heroes stood for '
Cpunty ever ever, amen.Yo you now will prevent you from a moment silent, evi '
/, ".apd ell pies arc paid before day ol a curiosity which almost everyone possessed after i know me? how strange When did I appearing again in such a situation in court of dently'calculating the amount of fish se large',a..

__ JI! "I" having heard ghost stories, he carefully'searched have, the pleasure of malting your acquinttnce ?' justice, and in that hope I am induced to reservoir could hold. The silence was speedily,,' \ .
,' R: T BOYD errr corner of his room, but could pass ;
S f'rUl'atnd dVcovQrjnothing 'Oh \ broken.
: y rx-o f, 1 son)a two weeks ajjb.; upon you a mud h lighter sentence than I should ,
\-4" 'tart; AssesBur and Collector but the usual! furniture of the apartment! 'Two week! I dont otherwise do which is that "T m, this is a i'ant .
&.. !t: pc Strange remember ever ,I to be imprisoned great place, it 1"
.. .. Ianpary Jar, it;;. He then laid (down but did not close his eyes'to.sleep have met.you.' in the House of Correction,in the, county for "Well, it if Dob."' .

f immediately, and in a few minutes he imagined 'Do you remember a christening that took the space of one calender month J
ilcolltrctur'rttale. he Jieard voice saying, "Do you tr-a-n-G place- The fellow, we were afterwards informed is **Well, I reckon we'll stop here, Bob. I want? .

of the power vetted in me by law I to 'he s-h-a-r-e-d 1 lie arose from his bed and'] 0h, yes; at M, s. E 's. Were you most hardcned.rascal.-Den we* (Eng.) Gazette., a to get at some o'them critter, I do." '
JI1tIe! for tale before the Court! House i in searched every part of the room, but could discover there r'tYes. + :I '
I "'e '' _rat Monday of July tie;;. the follow nothing. lie again went to bed but A LAZY
no I HEtD THE BABT.' CHARACTER FOR TUB YOCXG-Character i is CASE.-Where is We roan who started "
I" wopeny or au much iltejceoj'a will pay ; ;sooner? had he begun to compose himself to "'('ep Ir everything to'the ibis story. Somebody call him
aM sty taxes apd ever a lady was thoroughlr anal cad at a young, as it is the surest into court '
'' .a* "'"% necrasarexpenses due .i than thequestion was gram repeated. He oinarose glance, that lady was,just after '1 held. the baby means of success in life. It is better than the 441 want to know," bawled opt Speargrass, "if -. ,

.... 34 fate land and went to the window the sound app ar.r was muttered. most ample fortune :, it is htfpr.. than .hnnn.-1... that boy haint got through with them titers 1 i
granted tohr, Heirs of A -- -- -- --- -- *i/u\/iiuiv !
fhefeacJ adveruaed for nonpayment of tax- II.| ing to proceed from that quarter, and stood awhile 'Well, really, I 'am much to blame; I can't .parentage ; it is better than the parentage of rich .vet ?" ,
,., #ilr.itIM I1H silent -rafter a few moments of anxious suspense. forgive but I can't and powerful friends. A Snakes alive!" ,
yrar 2.being aeeiioa 42 vf ,prirate! "Uf.J' myself possible recollect a young person of estab, responded, the old woman,
J' 1s Mwau&ip II Rare 2G and bounded North by he again heard the sound distinctly and convince; feature of your fats'c character, of virtuous principles, of good "you had,better be lookin arter that Jabez ; here "

''"- .aykaet.::. oYthby the Ocklawaha HivlUrer ed that it was from without ho opened the wir- 'Oh, you did though he be poor, and left to his own .it s night and he ant been and brought a single

== St. Johns and Writ by granter dow, when the question was repeated full in his t 'No.' unaided efforts, will rarely fail to make a bucket of them taters from the fields this blessed .
rl car, which ctarticd him not a little Upon a miq? 'Nor speak to me either.' for himself in the world. lIe may Abe assailed by ilav." ." .
+Ak.....Uses lId expeiiseaar 'paid before day of ute examination however, he observed! ; that the 'Don't tell met I And yet you held the baby!' misfortune, he may lose his health or fall into adverse "Tew bad," continued the old mon, "rn bet { .lJ

i limb of a largo oak tree, which stood under his Nobody else lid, I assure you.' ( circumstances, and so be embarrassed, and he haint dug a bushel of potatoes tins day, and I' ..

a L. T. 80YO. sheriff and tiff window, projected so near the house,, that every 'I don't know how to maks an apology for my oppressed in his course i. but as a general rule, *trictiy charged him to be spry,and dig nd carry .
Tax Aneaeo and Collector r. jc, breath of wind, to a lively imagination, made a rudeness it it cannot be in ten bushels before
Ptiaika 1... JM. tW. '.' ; Pray frt and next time you questioned, that a fair character, a sun-down, or rdgive ,
noise resembling the interrogation" "Do you hold a bobyll to7au if I die for it character for intelligence, virtue, and worth, is him the;, allfiredest( walloping he ever had in his I

TnttVoliecEo ttftstlt wa-n-t to be s-h-arved? J1U .1 1u<< ?' the surest pledge of success in life. For many born days." ,

vtrtae of the veftted =. Having satisfied himself that his 'ghost was Pon honor.' years I have been accustomed to watch, with With thi.P ce of eloquence burning on his .

rtlebeWre in m by law I nothing more nor less than the limb of a tree 'And tell me more of your travels}' : great interest, the fortunes of the young in their lips, Speargrass took down >waftel and started

,* MJ talc' Court posse tq coming in contact with the house, he again: went 'Ye' 'yes.' ,- i ij progress in life} and long since have I come to for the later field. There stood Jabez, a great'!' ,

r ry" aMFSt.thf" "ato follow- .to apd attempted to get asleep; but he was fWelle now, if you be on.Lafayette Square, to- the settled conclusion, that in so far as success* loblolly of a sbpsided doJessplo king WhelP} ,'<%- ,.'

iil. s "tit' :' omnr. aftenjoon, at five.o'cloc; ,'1OU rit see.ae is co'Whether. m the learned .professions. 'ging'fodear life as though he was afraid -

off'F ther .r ,;J'1, :.. ,, .::. <.1f :"'l, '" 'ir"'<;:<' or ia'Waa:OToixutrY" brainesiy'oi' ;;iryrtj' ,wintctrcyvirtue ',' would catch.hint before. he got r tiie-last potato' p']
: l"Uml cootliaf"at'f ft1st tu't. a' '''t i't ;-tdUgenece/a/& wen regtdatea .mind ana> ofthe-grb-urid.r *. -;. >i--v: ; ""r"" "ltJ.ft'' -:,.."l'.

r d l tll Iita thought fceT:1; *D'Job often'go heart is'of value "Why on airth1 bawls theold ''
.' &oinetJthe on 'Lafayette, ; higher than heirship to the ; man 4nnt) ? .
:tai he look a sheet bed and Squaref I < richest estate ; than all outward advantages been and brow tin them raters Where are >

9'dad \Vrtt wrapped it round him, land taking the wash bad 'Every afternoon, with the baby.' whatever. Such an estate, such advantages are they ? How.many her yon dog I** '

Ii' *. in his hand and throwing a towel over hisartn. 'Oh, with.the baby/of course Fm the nrctaa! apt to inflate with pride, to lead to imprudence, "Wall, dadj" responded the hopeful!, trying to. .

'I AI u. proceeded to the room of the gamblers, andBuddenlr I Since the above eventful night our hero be to idleness and vice ; and where this is the case, wipe the sw from his brow and straightening: .U''

..wniJ as k 1u4. ilUcwatbip 13 opening the door, stalked in, exclaiming came win pale,, and thin I visaged. die never it takes but a short time to squander a fortune up his long, lazy body perpendicular with the. :,

M h .. tfent. Scat a It East by public lands range. in.a tremulous voice, 'Do you w-a-nt tobe smiles, and you have only to say BABY to him to and bar every door to respectability and happi, shovel handle "I have been tuckerm' away like! : ,

"., ..I 1tr.... Jobna. 'er a +Yed I" Terrified at the sudden appearanceof send him instantly in search of some one.around ness. But character, I ;'repeaC never fails., It sin all the afternoonand-" ;

I< Ah( the ghost, the gamblers were thrown into thegreatest the corner.-Picayune. makes friends and subdues enemies, creates "Whar's the raters ?" bawled the old man. J ..

1Mwre3dritelsad. confusion in attempting to escape it; + .. funds, opens the gates of opportunity, draws "1 'sl h "dad, there's one! I war snakin out another .

.. .... SOrdab, nginrownahip13range some jumping through the windows, and others CLEAR AS MCD,-'Mr. Cheetum, rye just around its professor patronage rid support' when you come, and as soon as I tip toth- ,. "

.... & Johns pablic and But Uad'8i public land.and t tumbling head over heels down stairs Our ghost, drop't 'in to engage 'your services in a question makes him a sure and easy way to wealth, to, er out there be just three of them,by hoecakea fi

I'< delta u4 taking advantage of a dear room, deliberately At law. honor and happiness. and. gingerbread!" -' i I'

aAa ,, .J expen a fre paid before'day of swept a large amount of money from the table 'Ah, Mr. Green there's nothing in the uni. Old Speargrass went in "lemons, 'and the \

Jt.-r. BnrDwiff! ud ex-off.: into the basin, and retiree) unseen to his. own verse like law and Justice What is the trouble The following amusing circumstance is stated way he let loose with his wattle, and Jabez cut a

', .: VxA'a"Bior and CoU-clor P. c. room. 4Why, you see, Squib, across the way owes to have occurred at a fancy ball give in Wash loose foralmanac home; was a fine illustration of the comre -' '

.J.&tlt, h ..". 1853. The next morning he.found the house in the me 'five dollars for a bull dog he bought of me ington City recently: .; < .. Ii .

I I utmost confusion. HP immediately asked if about a month ago; the dog has run off and now It was understood that i. .
't \' every person was to : :: .
': b:' ,.Tu GoLjcetor'a. Sale he restedwell : to which he replied in the affirm he, refuses to fork over the V.! dress in character and an usher was stationed As AFFAIR or Ixp .-Harriet-Tm so i

..' power vested in me by law, I I sties "Well, no wonder," said the landlord, A. most difficult case, Mr. Green; exceeding at the door of the saloon to announce to the company glad 1 you 1 arc come, Blanche* I have been so -

apy-'feraale brforethe Court house in i 44 for the ghost instead of going to his own room, If I difficult, and it is fortunate that you came to within the different characters as they e p'Well I could hardly sleep all night.' Blanchef' i

J.* 1"-% first Monday of July of it,the follow i made a mistake and
,,.. ,or w much thereof as will pay tin- out of the room, and took away every dollar of first must prove the identity of a dog by an alibi, franca'Your on't know whether to haTe my neW merino"
?'sues asd the necessary expenses due The then after squashing the writ of mongrilatjiery frock violet or dark blue!*-Punch. ,
,r ,Itiir*. our money. guest, without being the least characters?f asked the usher in ,
issue a whisp
( _. v suspected quietly ate his breakfast and depart facias a capias cojorum and levy googibiupindtlattim .

3.tMit lrateLnd, granted to H.; 8. Dextdmtiaed. ted, many hundred dollars richer by ths( adventure. on his ignufatuit. then we callK.ntpopitum er.4We If you ever feel like committing suicide, just .

.tet.- 1Ipdd, for nonpayment or i ; jury and after conclusively proving do not appear in costume to-night,' said take a dull rozor and shave yourselft: We gases,/ .

Ie> -.. year BII. brief fa township 12 pan i .. the tine qua, have the case unanimously decided : the two young ladies. that will be sufficient If it U not, try -cutting". 4 4ill '

.. Meala, "'It and West by public land in our favor, by virtue of the dejuttibut pkporaexonatT i Two ladies without any characters,' bawled off one of your .fingers first and, :'see how it*** .
Mtby An Irishman was before
.Riftr a magistrate .
rat .
I i out the.usher at the top of his voice. goes wi
bshsatitttaaawe.. a, na es "repiid befpre day of! charged with marrying six Drives could;n; 'Lord 1 Mr. Cbeetum, I see through it all! how ..vTo .. t "4 0 1, L'v<,.3. V .
"t"'t ; )" r -' t .magistrate asked,him.how he be so iris to folks that d<< '. A Golden'Rule b f
<< \ easy can stand. i .discover flow many idle men there are in a younglady to convert
'" D. &henlfaad ei a'I5 C Oeitraor"tn4Uec :"lf hardened a -, ,/ ,'.'t 'A = .' a with her female friends if
4. i always as a gentiemjn-
",. r r 'c., .,'Plied "C'I, I was thryin* to get a good'UUt' A western''.editor. he heard a A.. place all that's necessary: ii to set two dogs a '"
=.J.AJr.' _<', ,.,. .CL.., ..- '" <' .. says young lady were of the party ; and with young men as if u,,r '
'1( 'I at table ask for hen *
.'I' tnlit.-meaninl 1 fighting.
.1 .. '" ..., ,\ "' eggs female companions ware prtstat,
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tL I .:,' ', spe of P 'ute .1-., the cage ors v rive vw' M- i-j'a TT""Lr li i'-tai: p)" '\s* er' tfJSJ -y A few dayiT. S .ffi! to'iP theTost-!| aa1et- T AUtitaaESCwtlterlkthe'Clev'of f
l siege of raw/ibf poet Fontane' i of a hotelJus heuafcwas his castiipnd be fcouldeject tens were horned aoo 'u' to Jaw,' By b ,

i all uitxudsraf*Because a gentleman ,was licensed office at Washington. They"measurpd ehc pen i tlesetibin .
*_ ; & had.been shut up with his family fcv the midst of Department '
Ii 'ofalxrnf I to keep a public In or t vcrntfdoes he ,bushels. domestic ev e,
for the
.' r ''n the city in rums., Full tate of about seven, hundred k ,
I .4a gwylmtr his wife and Infant, he resolved at aH thereby surrender control over his house or r beauty of whi are d7er twit' t ?
in .
rapid young
risks to if be coold: :* his castle But because one should allege he had COJCPSSSATIOK or POSTJUSTBBS.--One:Jbf the ty. as example clout

I I, I II a a? any P&previous' thatotad writer years f He,obtained escape a passport,*difficulty arose asJJ I business with a guest and the guest desire to see acts passed on the night of the 3d of March, to persual of th e appended.aketelt; x ..

I : : ecaa ry.e In the Rvolutioa, when how he could carry off>some plate and other I,visitor that was obnoxious to the keeper of the establish certain post routes, Jcc., contains a sec r As the cars la which 'xe e' .

: I. by's future, tl .M2emptetl ;valuable, articles, then considered quite antI I bon and therefore any one can enter a hotel on I tion fixing the following as the commission of ing Eated at a station, oitrattan j

I: I' t w be ,th, by the rod bldd'bf bntislrMLM 1 publican. Among these valuables win a chalice, cff''a pretext, and stay as long as he pleases, I' postmaatiw alter the 1 st inst:' 4 tOn byji beautifijl lithe r Jf apps-tad

I : 'I I "Aevcxr'ti time ofy {|'a present from a sovereign, on .which an ablest without the proprietor possessing i the power to. I a sumlnot: exceeding$100--30 percent .' years of agger'rho, was lcolU fru iit
: f Jsui' 'pore.T 'I had engraved the aitns of the King of, D more him, is,a principle cannot be sanctioned On a sum between $l tJ and $ -4fr per etOn windows ofl house std F sf

J ; >. e fttur q d have to lrejis I .& Fontane greatly dmided lest this on any clear legal"grouiid--P
T* r ntp 7J, tjNpbly i halt bur chaUcp should be discovered: as being a vessel Ledger. t & r On a sum exceeding $ .15 per ct on Jier street, watf face, was ote4
I 'ti 'c6wi d is roohyticwriIn used in the service of the Church and hearing -- .I When-the mail arrives regularly "ee1 at, bw than we had evetT befpre'Heei onianinfantsachas

:br"" u. d $ tand'face,1i 'the arms of a king, it would till as a threefold CITY7"OP night and five in the morning; 60' per cVu allowed tins, AQthe
: d.tvill aitnickd proof iof ifrktocraey. However, h% .decided! onMaking THE ANCIENT I on the first$100. ; td, with a pathos Indlscribal' "* '

I Ares it, and battened to the house of a friend, Those officers wbose compensation shall dot have carried Sway my pat
4 of e e, fe Pp nWho had been a.nurse gaHcnur.' f L r exceed 500 a quarter, are allowed one cent for bring InVbaektP **

from m. P:The poet then laid aside all*hi* f udll ornaments every free letter delivered out of their office, and. fVPresefltly a lady whom VJ-WM"

t ed oe.the' .4 and set about exchanging his clothes to each postman is allowed two mills delivery, : d s farmer ocqualntaccl_ cjSSf

., k + } 'ts >t, pt hhn3elfanotherapearance. ? ; -f.- ,- from his office, *tp a subscriber, each neXvspapur an eztering-he carmnaif V*** & I

.I : ".. '14Ylug dressed himself in wide pantaloons, =_ss not. chargeable with postage: ** .da1?and'ld. '.
,t s .th red. iI stuck full of large nails, his ball ero .II. '"Did observe chili
tt,, \ the N. O. IW IHta ol the oil. you a at le
: From ISJih
& / 'J aljd ever ot *theenitygedrfrototire t Y fi'
Pf1J grain powder remove at1cafi
Appalling Scene at Sea. t- we replied,with' a
gardener's liouse'inJJhs'ciyi.rV.1 "4 fortnight since? reejoi
The the rth'eI >
I 1 acler-of a;Iti areas porter, with a heayyf basket I ., 4 main facts concerning loss fatherofhat Httl gtl sutl,

\ .. ;. -* a A ,betty t ''ot clothes on his shoulder= -the plate andchalicarcfaU I IR< -. ". .. "wMNMMMIEQrAr4TT I steamer S ria lave already been ,giyei but She wa ftlways.amusedaia "' ,

. j I '4 trl'a 't :' kfxTunder thu linen. His'yoiuigi rEDEKAI.;RIGHTS. AND DETERinXE&RESISTANCE .th6 incidejats we subjo M\ru' very ,iidte7's ) .the mprnfog fixed upon.parfurer

.. tin for f ,#: iA rfew' aces behind ]him'th'the :. t ; TO ij-t... ,\'J'O* OFPOSET. +tf-m i._ _'. .Tbe-vesleVJt' wiHJbe; ran mbered *'J1ntt is she heard the 't<
t1e CSfls of HowtS% little the
r ) bPrUt'of
,1@t 0 close to tb ,
ruht ". .climbed tJ h'ej accustomed pi
I II I tbeLrpb d of aOtte .. t.r tfoF there it stood\waia1'., f 't' "ST.'AUGUrTTlrtHy54 ? r7. 'Light, atfthe! entrance'of"nublin.B' ri: At hat ih>father I
II. ropment
I. r bhca' ;& In ind' ,I't S ady: "'.:...rfft.taad,, shudderea;of Hi"$ wifeftte $ TURp., .4r. APRd. t IB11' .' ", MThejnatef whowascn the TooK-but aVhestarboard the rooDj the. formcr"witha._ w
j r tustt. IMli1i.,1 bow, was horrified to perceive. loom- 4L wi&tpoj>ulition: prfite"auU n tu \ j: .. .. If. ;. yi ring .
throb dr. ftie.
Qt 'n dtheffioiS-Foiit snob .
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1 ; r ,\1' i"cddA ) .Jf t 0'. ore 't"
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rfeW ," r t sad "#liait cpltonai* rt *mQ>?T.Mli! 1. tea i .
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..mywill taU care t14 TfaWrfgfon 'risen1 t. e' 1'J "t ** M doomed"vessel went headlong upo' the rockwitB
., r t p resew t &scd.intc'C3t ow readers ft.ru ; tin! otobYhe faithowdrd h,
tomb the laud from its Armall r'ru hqttended u eadful and ap allipg'crash.,"The cap
from his &n h app c she tujraed' kr| a"nCwt! '
\unatJi)1.hatror with which we flicat: -, fain wasHuSs&mtly'l t1 a deck and ofders qm a
epmost heighL n notethls( vision be check- Vif he were euiufdnbf tbu aSme 'up', upon gave credulous exrc ion, from the window tori ,
.. 1 ed b1 the F TIa or'tha Gulf oCMedco.1 hen: j M "* .tiop1a'1tt iH1"/. t ,nest r laccncaey.r a'h rexpgnsti o(s Herr afbnlofty ) reverse the c-riguicj, *,,This juras done, and bis person, and seeing thai lie' wai reallfp

there U a dAPl of United State yet to tome,'t:Arb you afraidAaiSd he a't' ,;,. out'IMre 'b us noineAnsiderr. t\UelD\ anti ,, the'Jjssel' effig rcleasctl frgni the rocks, backed for a jocrjjey&ajid, 'T4r R ibis

? be oh 4| golf antt'attrac: Niagara Falls!! wQl yet in this way a! Ultf nationa ro?t''T ., Yw rtri1St,i k oar:4 trons wiU'c forwaru..nJ iIfIt'; Qti intJ sejrwateri; whc.nllndng.: that she 1"88rJipien.1p1d uutionj "Gogd-by/, papabf parti ,
1 # g'o limn of a 'nP' Bean continent Call Afraid said Fqpfcmc;'Pdo you take in.t\., J' .,3i."y .. ". 'go, tlte'cbtain\Uenpted| to run Tier I Another moment and the adfjsnturer

I 'f' np' klin, and let himicontn.st the industrial Federalist,,that I shoukl be frighted at the{ ee _tly .t1 z..t;nt with"us.'r r ash 3 Dui the meantime, a scenes d 4 the moistmelanc&oly 'j tered the" cars which wore beginning 'agp) t.t

j resources 76.with Jpiagiae the of guillotine I Sacre tltHjAftLootf at nib.dO V ( .\.er1.J11fbJ 'the1 I,.on 9 t oric"bo.. sad ucart'rvrfding. d:scpptljB.: *nquarbrbqat i tnove forw trd. The young wife aria mp .

t ) .,' t, t stare of :". 53t're !'lt ujrais hearty; you see anythnd$}roe &ajKn&6krat Ott ''my' exchanges\ ajthreaHbire ganacutl ft now w 1' "8U 1'a 1''L t ; ncd from the spot wherfi tare long 'fare ,.
% aoard
1 '+ good-humored lace. lace? 8B S ; Jb .' star feyi immediately i .
| T ti ;
t arid
i f"SIlu ,heeu'exchanged. 'Qf
I h1W e'bcxasion (
dv:1 tb rise r Jai Lv-nll1DheJ'* '** tel4e
: Ib m. dYa ode, ] tJhe unex4 -,I "Wbv arcr yo u ?' said a second interroeatorvladdressing IfU"TIr n; wlC lot las en-,. with Instantfr tha tT i
( fO i iI eyes.
1' It ._ tin ishable Luig' ter of* ,crow]; of merchant I r ontane.'I .'. P.. i.- c6 andcsp fit_ at"q nainfod b eis'iiutvi'thahn; ( nr.tgion r he momcnt ed to couipruhc-nd that hq* fathers bteacet '
and other !le assembled aPhll 1 fc bleacher and I .this hie arts proper ariw 'T; tak 'secure the ,
respectable pep am scour e the, i YaiJtrlcs.( \tie defined to be not as jisuaT, a teniporafylDnej
adelphia whaH tried the experiment of propelling 'And thus good woman V What dim lust m vratch ucto' rope Sj ywdt ( bpjitfc eight causa?her'slip I smile fledifrom her intelligence b nixes,
r a boat by the force of steam. In his day, al- '\ a'question,' said Fontine. 'd't 1'l of who 5'fu lli from 5H5rl33vi i into ie s3f, where shftyuno-'ir Py berth anstoVaftJs heit.L '
y i Oliver Evens, aupther madam of the Fitch I little bn'tu you s<&ffie likeness.SBepullique. il tt erg oA have to, *# ""ii' -*" 1'jo r*awampodjj.and"&B i inlir perish 3d. Thelarooard : from a.window,,,j 1I.V casting behind'a 'er, .

'. tontffJDi thoipitv contempt of all,men of I t various, ,fanctiws of wiitcrscompoa a guaie lit was then lowered,.fortuaateryvfth I she criedin lisping dcce> 'to.P .

: f common sense, tried to propel a wagon, and theLlaiica i. *Ah, that's right said the mia ;:'you 't1'6ptoof readers Ac. 'fcwof toed O cen- more success. JTt contained seventeen p jrspns.i ,cpmg back, tako.raama the Emil. ,'
,, \ter"jnke (Ilea.PI iadel his,) by the force J. good one. Down with musts dini and ari to., shrc rellect thousands On re hin; theta sic'r however1t was found The father papa vho i ithcrtosu&ceededIn
smallest -
y' I pf.iteam-ucceedoil, toor-but was set'dournas 1.crats. .Vitc la fopuNq11! spice 14, Gunk the inaccuracy that ( that tho hott"a. Ic."king/ast, .and mrfst haregohetlown taining'external vat s j to arils,
1 I tfmere theorist and dre:4a' by all practical men tint! ofrwords mist be picked out, ktt r by let-' IA 'a short Tim'; were }jt not for the i '
'""" *' '* 4 draw.his izc prca-fa handejlhitif CO c"eyes.
.' '' Well Doctor, look ore the land now The Font me could not join in Ihis'sand initry cry. ter, blind manuscnpt, dctrrhred, bal punctuations coolness and presses of mind of a young irian,i 'I t ** ht ,
i ,, '' t Dntinent is net-worked;I with i iron ways. Tte He Sawhis wife tremble, and took her had. cftreclc,;'ogiiAions supplied &c. i who, having arched waiisi'han1foand'that The ,child has scarcely lmpd since;*$ a.1" ..
J1: 'scream of the Locomotive! is heard everywhere 'Come wife' said he, 'let us have a song.' I thu plug hole was,open,1 and Jnlmadiately thrust jife fat'edshe his gravvnpate nd tbf' '. ,
petite ,
"' I' ,.,' -. 4t is never silent from tho Cataract to the 'Ay, and a dance, loo, said the barbarian who We slall" .b' )glad.toj-cco2ic ,to-our. columns! J his'ftnk;-r; into it. iU ail Uralfthe boat was t al- and her thoughts are cau3tadtlywithparent htr ,

I \" :, ; Gull And jhe Hudson, the Ohio, the.Mississipi, had first spoken ; 'so, down with your basket communications from our friends and to be made *. art imirfedi ilt tzly uriderttb/ side of the sinking t'w a'' ,

: the ocean in the'ea ocean in the west, m\'jovial fellow. the vehicle of. communicatbg: useful information sand .|ship, bulwarks of which yera crowJAl with Oil the$approa,b 6f the cars. '.-t."k s t. e i
,'bead and 1ndbe' oke of the whom the endeavor "
6le:1mi chain seen
UR night 'But I1'Nonsensenobody- passengers lV8S
I' be borne in mind tltat Ijer at the window itIbe-
it as to ourcirculation placg frotn'jvhich.'noihcnt ;
i .. boat tpHeaven ; steamboat Doctor* mil run away with yourbasket .' ing to quiet and' pacify. *J one of them, however: dram her and with]
can watch S. _
/' which Johu,Fitch in tried .whai's is not extensive every glicle in our leaped into the dg t1.
j' f ,, imperfect form oner ; down with it, J say! Why the sea, and wereimmediately tins she find that her father oas nO'tin .wlteyt
,. I I. ., day, on the Delaware river, and |in miniature, upon J11\tterf is it glued to your neck'?' ; c&umnarelatinS to objects of agriculTural or commercial rownTd. Mr. Walih wfiim fwe have mention aoDe of gad M truly aft cti + e ,,

t '. the New York Kolch, From the Arodstook t Fontane objected and resisted for a }"tllte, Hut inter eat by mtaris of being copied into ex.. ".as being in Jhe boat saw his wife clfcig'Jqjc. iher.hsre'tatraettt "I :
s to th of San Francisco. Doctor the steam i .to of wooden work of vessel! iy mjC &* )
| nu
; Bay was soon obliged to submit; end, wiping the cold o'real spots Joe thc him ba '..". 0.
a be before thousands
!I; : J1gm-dumb matter fired into strong terrible j perspiration from his forehead in ablate rn rujiurlhern J"Ci.1lb.ipay placed and ca : dwa p n"h 1'to l :1i\dt'\, bur.f..lph _-4' Plcaysun Ii

'rtt lire, &command of, iciedca.-never mtS not dead than aliye, was relieved from thft.i I ers iu various socik: >iij> pi' tile country. "W4 taro, cried o.tYti;14r Qod'sf ike.don't juiapjJq.wn, or ,s lii JDiovcf r of a hltlJ er..

i for an hour, uam not for a*moment, out of the I fI j I of his basket lie saw it place on a heap of J very oftcu in tho receZ'Fkof Liters. of inquiry trcl- you tin 'rely be.\t'o 1Vn4h 'd, o and4' 'ti ollowibg, interesting .narrative had i .f

I tWenf1 four, Through thfr still night you hear : stones and feared everything would ,ha" .turned iUve to .Sat ut from, n.rscnaiacquainted )-have .v'fm" will.return' for yon iji.a Il-'w i utag. TUfey C'lU1fltiliieated Jy'a b''*t1e9t tat prescnt reiiR5s.sia ie&-
e. X ra mighty breathings; jtJC.ftfcs'r'isc': through the : topsy-turvy. Oh 1 the fatal chalice! Af lioj.fc .. dR ax-lit '\ct't'iatTfliniw f. thrttt''evJssel, < was' ,in i ofnb1. friends i it a.cle ficI.t-Ubtii\
darkness to ,i iron tramp is he with. Uken frtn our co'JinusThis ; njnr her f n:' dcstruJtiun, bat m a few nilo-11!
i : jprjjjn ocean pecan ;(itj of safety was gone ; was art lh& point c.f\:1: I sod twb yeuriagfj-ttveisi llei'tfArchangel of err
t r :rer. stijfiapbn lron\nli'and' upon rjvttrand livering himself up and claiming compassion for prove an nrloitional reasoa why our [>a >trchould u >- iff! r'Ylrb'a went darn bodilvbow fore- p dition lo the coast of Qreenland,tojfcoQeet

j tit pcait '.,antiiem nit vg dks,*liut, a as if the ) his wife and child, in the hope that they would ba:'buii,w4U;' asJ .:Jh: lrod.d J.tI m as:,.a..u the tici ortaniLJ, laJy aid' ucarly all rug tusk saf oil, skim, .&c. Qfy (hs voiaage
i w, s tit enough, Doc "sal If Strain was not fast buailowttd to pass ,'when, happily, he roused I i ? 't'ag t viiiaind o\lm-i:*! were Iti t. Sevcnijt fie rTeW; or a part rather, ..inutimcdj ouinU ..
a '1. gh; f..t burrI in H* 'bere'cuuie the ,hunself*cla*>pcd.Ids Lx.tls, i dasiouicd *.joy1 ., -.. %" ii;l."i it ;l were slliJO. "a-t Lira n lot.u the captain..and ..endetl'th tagged 1reari .
npXeV with its *" r j ,' .. .. TI a c-"b : o safrer 4T bet 1& fr>rf ** '
iding York bay, new full aspect *r ,-. .' .'jij ,. L. :: aDuLixiawakened ; .af crriYY.4J rIah pdV tim .
,IM ;\. $dest lo tidtlrroae steam.tvfn *s team : ofol,-1Y faendcrie4, oao of. thf fcuows. .' ... II : : I. S J t hrtto shocko'th<'Onisi n rut h- ,'shores of Gr -:"'giving.Ih m little or 90 .
f. ; ;, .the .stage coac ies, lumbering wag your'e wonderful merry all'At once' r* We regret to.1 learn that the dwellinr house of i M i ii i f d.e5 Ij"d.Ilt1l1 amt' il j a s a. or whereby to prolcnv,their exis :ncc. Ona of- ftn

: to n and snail-like moving hared-labor of'?G, 'A thought has struck'me P said Fontana, 'A Irt. II.rTiJexc! ::w at 'JatcrfMftlsoiu twenty ,! 7!+:', !lpfi tQ! d ,.;(, to tiicir horri "" n, however, took nn shore a gun, and thata,,

1", 'Supping that Franklin.has learned ,nothing: hold ideal! You tee my poor wife? i know miles North of this City lea bJ:a c\ i. iiar tI by: taey tie'tail t.It seta .I'; t g.Ji.1J11.I Tuu stccrai eventually led to the discovery of tug mutiny :.'
I" i'tct hire transit to another sphere. (and if the the C&ole always raises her spirits. Com ; ;inf.ry; ''''npr sfrrinhts: c I dis-ia trft'I, wcra and tho murder.
rapping utterances \vhich the monntebank let dance it first. ; is simo cd.that die lire orizinaterl' fivmi rUlmin,in wilt caafUaian about the d.'ekT '
is super- my good fellows, us -i I 00 ? vainly Many of the Russian peasantry are very in
p turaBsts put in Franklin's mputh be :true, he His wife gazed at him with a look of despair, the woo' i i'.tw, i' w.\i bun, b' .- fyr ioaiv. tliys pre .kUb i)r auuu mode of escatAi ; husbands were r-TJous and expert in the use of the hatchet and, .

+ tt bs'sadly gone back 1i every regpcct Ictus as he snatched the child from her arms. vious. : & t looking for thuir wivcu, wives were cin;ng to knit, oad,one of.the poor fellows so c/cefly d;* .

i inagine him, risen from his grave, and pC nrron- 'What now don't mike a wry face, wife, '. ."., their: husband, and mothers' clasping their hclpU serted by the unfeeling crew, before q o died, h$. (,.
\ tel with Nineteenth Century Ericssort How said he 'Excuse her, she's young and timid.- 1..e14n a.J. l iJ. J -
tlie great Doctor, would open his eyes as he Come, let us put the little one on the basket We would! refer our city.readers to the advertisement prayers to IJt-av n for ivcor ant for history of ,the voyage, the mutiny, the muidx .
1 To nd himself on! board the Erks on,; eliding there he lies, on the top of the linen, and sleep { mercy. The cAptira, the first nut?and the other aud desertion, MI cleaily, that the whole ItoFl -
dcwirtJie Bay of New York, and with the Inventor soundly : Wife, your hand. Now tho ring- > of Pi'pC Mij-LAU in another s c tam.l.- ofRcors prest-rved their prci n::) of mind ant endeavored was deciphered without much difficulty 1L{ :

of the new motor by his side, e.p tang in the republican ring. Come, friends,join hindi We learn that he has taught' very successfully inc to kt-eji order, 50 that the pass;nzers happened that snot ter ,vesse which had b.en '

plain terms the features of his invention! Put for. the-the patriotic dance.' several the ks 1in_ tovns of our Slate: an-1 he and crew might have a better opportunity of ef- sent to.thc same omt, and for h a similar purpose,, .e

t 1\\. ,, Franklin and Ericsson ride by side and two cent Madams Fontane now comprehended what; exhjbiU to us high' tesiimjjljus{ as to lus's. .rCtiS : f.-cring their escape; but such was the warm touched in the spring of th? year at the very. .
: turieslook wondtsr.gtruck on eachothtr'g face I I her husband meant She tripped lightly roun 1 I aa(l excitement, and so short the period that : place: where the remains of the two poor fellows ,;

I I, NoJ the expansion territory, alone, nojthe in- !: the ring and joined in the chorus of tho Carmag in tic 1.l"oL-gal teaching-. .; this' beautiful' art. i 'sJa-ised bet-.veen the collision! and tljo: total dcs- were lying a-ul by tho side of one of them the- "

,1! 'prcaso of population, nor yet miraculous advance : nole. 'Vhcn the dance was over she took up hir ..- | tructon: of the vessel that their; efforts proved unavailing. gun which told the whole tale. This the dljcor '.
,1 I of all industrial interests, nor tren yet the child; Fontane wes assisted in replacing his Fat; (U4. cup L w-i s t I The confusion increased every In" i;: ervrs brought away with them, and on their '

: wondrous life, given by science to dumb machinery basket on his shoulder. He made his wife lea,I The Southern Rights Adroeate ..says tliat.two m,>nt, the cries of assistance became louder, and'''i .turn Archangel it was placed before the .afthorites. ,

I I, would excite the surprise of Washington the way, and walked off after her, whistling tide important fa tar predicted,for the year, by the a general" rush 'was made towjuxU the( ship's : The guilty parties were traced bat : 'f.fer

1; and Franklin could they come back into our ,Chant. da-depart.: And so they i_escaped.. kaotoiny ouin, its district; }First thai the Lu t.,. .I nt scar On their return, howtnrer, they' '"!
rld. The wonder of all would be the -* I'I
w? greatest a
II A Centenarian. fruit crop will bo cut off, because tau b'ooin put E.tet.on1Tios' OF \rRICA.-TlIC Unl'cd States :f were apprehended on laudia?, tried, and coavtc- :
which .
the masses :
greatest progress Pooplth ship John Adaiqs sailed from the river Gambia j ted, and are now waiting the execution. of their Yf
1 =have made since the era of the crossing of the An instance of very remarkable longevity came forth in the light o/ the mom. :Second a wet on the 14t i February, having on board Commander ,:j i sent.nce. In .Russ!:'howcver
Delaware. Then, the masses a distinctive under the notice of Mr. Melvin during his recent Hence the thereininflicted'
wore March augurs a dry year a dry summer Lynch, of the United States Navy, wno arrived capital punishments ; but
dress which Ret' them apart from wealthy fivihg tour in of a slave .
quest runaway through be expected, and it would: be Well for firmcrs there the day previous A letter in the is often !*o severe that the wretches seldom tur
dIM,and wrote serfdom on 'their very externals; Madison county, III While in'the negro s tl-: may Journal of Commerce that vive its imiiction. i ?
they were ridden down bjr odious laws, gathered ment on 'Wood liver, he chanced to call at a to rely upon bottom lands.' says Commander :'
1\ from the eharnal house of the Past, such as Imprisonment house whose door was opened to him by the Lynch is under orders from the Secretary of the A Painful Scene.

for Debt, and)I other fragmcnjs the I I owner, a tottering negro with a head whitened, New Paint for Brick UOUM Navy, in connexion to examine with the the Pensvlvania Colonization The following scene occurred in the Mobile". ,

legal Moloch of the red ahd black agcs;-now,, I I w thd writers have stereotyped it, by the frosts A correspondent of the Ohio Farmer, writes Artier Society and decide, location West Coast of City Court on Saturday, March 6 : ",J
" the and! not serfs machines of winters. In the of series of upon 9 suitable, in regard 'Daniel .
masses are men, or ninety course a used and Chase, convicted murder, was call
he has durable
that cheap to healthfulness
and have'risen into full manhood 'iththe and the old alluded incidentally very paint fertility, Ac, for the col- .'
S they \ I I questions answers, man on: you anything to why sentence
a for outside of brick.buildings, and which has onization of our free colored He say
the population. '
\ fragments of many an jnfeiTial law, trampled to his mother, for endorsement of something should not be paasedjupon you t He answered.
had orders
"firmly under foot. Now,!' the Masses know no J JI 1 I ha had advanced. Mr. Melvia wondered stood the test several years, and looks now quite fall in with for any United States vessel he might' May it please your Honor I hate* been well /t,

I 'such word as ''-. !"Sn their upward march; 1 1i exceedingly with Paddy in the play,I'that he had as fresh as when first applied. It is made of b.e to transport him to whatever point I raised But I have one fault, which We yielded .

i ,f their future is in the care! of a benign Destiny, I I a mother,' and at the invitation of the host, en- limewash, with sulphate of zinc as a fixing fn.gredient might wish to proceed. Congress declined i to, and it is driniiny too'much. I came to
and all-paternal God. Its a good thought and tered the little cabin, where, true enough, in an making any appropriation for his exploration; : this city to sock honorable employment { had i;
i run of consolation forever lover of has kind that arm chair, near the chimney corner, he perceived Any requisite shade is given by add and hence, we suppose it must drop, sopir asaq been on the St. Charles work I was engaged

,fl r despite all the d c.t uds that have lowered' upon specimen'' of withered antiquity that might very ding the colors used by house painters. A clear sired.exploration of tho interior of Africa v was du- I to work on a .boat. On the night of the murder, "

'our country through the last seventy Jcars,- well pass for the mother of a dozen MethuselasluNoJ and rich cream color may be obtained by applying e I went ashore to a friend' house to write ,a !eter. (...

despite the thousand 00518068 which have from that she was decrepid: on the contary, .ochre the Trnliifatal P i etll e. I
? very 'yellow to common, new brick.jflYenetand ,:: "" ., wrote the letter ,ai3'vua., f.to It'
t tinjrfl. b i time'blocked the(pathway of theiPcople, aature had Indemnified her for the loss -of youth tiTe1ier ) IJUdPR.i.1 & "r.b tb&.Wton fh'Qe' qstn1mt..tt "'aed it X
and) arriet\tbad-.1riU briddrd-bl lit- ., ., .
} Ye.l' sued le >nw .a patxi&l restoration of sight,and in:a.fair pre rflns7patnCis ,.. bL an to tMiead: pf }. i 'A .
r fir ch'eipcr ,
rvatbhi of her "
general\inteUigtnta. But t th& h 1..at1 "U" -
hut, .: .
l bn1 pat inewtobif marca; pn TLrd. "The. )8th centers had left its great seal upon her,and. ,..costs; 'n. eftopreVtluaic .n i n>n"e'-will' 111 .5 5

1'a11'J' years-, ,wgl. .tdll'the.ftoryi" the'white wooly'hair, the long grey beard on her whitewash and nothing' will remove it';-but, tho, win.i7*freely admit. 'It appears Kuo-uwnuog3 to us.that JrTBw the Cartedail: \ 1l''l :' 5 '

Startling Dlcorery.During upper lip and jaw bones,added to the deep wrinkles severest friction.: ; practical Printer, through the nature of his call wb.\t.OCC1U1'ed.=T m4 for my boat 'Taw '

the iatef trial'pfArchibald| i Seaman and and shrunken form,would have made the ob A ink, is subjected to more of the toils, hardships to God some human eye could have seen jne. |o ject a fearful hue in a dark'wood or a chapel yard.The sr Georgia and South Carolina were joinedin and vexation of borne here
than occurred.
f WalterTBi rnoa, on a charge of Burglary, in the Iffi belong to any other testimony of what I QAnot
'; Lon$) County Common rleas, the existence of woman was 119 years old She gave her the iron bands of common interest on tne" \ight pursuit The practical Printer has no business recollect it,.or anything that occurred. afei

II a Secret Society w s discllbsed, the designs and name as Chloe, and says that she is a native of lost, the trains of the South Carolina Railroad with a wife, for he has no leisure 'to enjoy the wards that night When I first awoke intba
South Carolina there
been the
!ir! pendency of which ono or J'|1(wo extracts from its firmer named Wilson., having When yet slave of a passing over their new bridge into the city of happiness of her society he has no business to morning thought I was on the boat,but found
preamble and constitution; Will sufficiently ext very young, and have curely-headed prattling children for he 1 was in the Guard house. I never harbored
Augusta number
She stolen and carried from homo carrying a of
{ I lain.: In the .first pledge, the member bipds wac of Indians away by a r passengers. has no time to handle them on his knee?he has malice I could not be guilty of the offence of
Cherokee from whom she sub to witness the
party ,
I himself to secrecy under aj pledge of his She joyful ceremonies. no business to have a cozey little room and a which I am convicted. Before God 1 am inno
$equcntlyescaped. professes to remember .
I and & lands and tehcmunts, and his /4I1 comfortable fireside for his office is his home and cent of murder. I could kiss the corpse of thai
well Lord Corn wallis
perfectly and the British sr
}, s : and body..The reamblti recites that 'Whereas Buildings are going up like magic in the hw happiness (save us) is in the smell of corroded poor man npw.' 4 i
l of note who in the '
; \ all Governments tars ,figured war of indepen- vicinity of the Crystal Palace in New. type and ,files of The the A
j are instituted and controlled for I. dence. She is supported at by her York and musty newspapers and to Judge then passed 8entcn oil priso
1 the sole purpose to aid the learned against the : who in turn receives material present assistance from son enormous-rente are asked for mere shells. A add to his miseries; his best efforts to please ner-confinement in the Penetenfiary atf W.. '

1., unlearned, the strong against* the weak* &<%, i, pjt>mising stripling of forty-five or fifty. The a) room in a,wooden building opposite the Palace are often unavailing, and his severest toils unre- tumpka during his natural life.* '
I Ac. Pled ,the second contains the warded: .
| clause 1 pledge further that. I will following I venerable relic is not at all in her dotage though 25 feet front by 60 feet deep, has been rented for "To issue daily To CURE WABTS.-Dissolve as much common
newspaper is.
'j.j alTState or National Law jihat has disregard 1 1a somewhat garralous and petulant!-St. LouitIfcpullitan. thirty-five hundred dollars per year. It is said most favorable circumstance under the washing soda as the water will take up; wash
a tendency or arduous
j 1 will the the projectors of the Palace sell tam in order under- the warts with this for a mint&e or two, sM fet '
even permit dcsignme knave to rob the If Ifj -> I.- care more about to lay the latest intelligence willgradtaally '

w a' honest or :unsuspecting, knd as my influence RIGHTS or HOTEL KEEPERS.-CoL Web., the ing the lots in the neighborhood, than they do before their readers every morning, the editors, them dry without the wiping. This warts.repeated '

;, Man be againft the waUthj of the aristocrat so proprietor of the Union House recently 'ordereda for the exhibition. ) publishers ,and pnnten have to spend half the destroy largest ,

it shall be {In favor of the laboring poor." A person out of his The latter refused, night at the desk, at the case or at the press, Dr. Brown courted a lady unsuccessfully for .

pamphlet roPy of the constitution of this diabolical and the proprietor had him arrested. The case BY The spring styles of ladies bonnets not once but six time ever week-to deny many years, during which time he every day. r:

confederation was taken from the pocket of came before Alderman Elkinton, who,,! required now being opened the are themselves every kind, of recreationTTnd the drank her health, but being observed at last t*
I 'one of the.dcl'e dtDts, aftu< he had broken jail Crigg, the defendant to find bail in 8100. The It is by milliners of New York. Pleasures of domestice and social intercourse-in omit the custom, a gentleman said-*

and been recaptured. ; decision of the Alderman was founded upon a with said that the bonnets are lumbered up IfCt to lead a life of unceasing, and generally u n- "Come Doctor, your old toast".

This commUnIon of plunderers, the germ of weH-estabh'shed principle of law, that a hotel is artificials lace ribbons, 4c., to so remark reqwtted toil. Such being the fact those who "Excuse me, as L cannot.milts her Broea;T\l\

which was thus brought to light in Lorain count as much the castle of the proprietor, as''a private bte a degree as to make them look more like thus labor for the community have aright to tout her no longer." tl

was to hare branches (n every Sta e of the residence is to any individual. A similar case flower-beds than headdresses expect if not a fair remuneration at least '
.J $nion. ;It is Did lha.'aLgentJema.n who has was tried, a few years ago, before Judge King, in 4. and countenance which the,people in the whose support A North Country farmer having been at a musical
;. been representative in the Ohio Legislatvre which the court laid Br Archbishop Hcoats will service blow oaf at a gentleman's house in town
"t' A unanimously down the fol soon ,leave for they spend their nights as their days who inquired -
,; V was. ai$he ,head of the band in this State. lowing proposition, as law applicable to;the case' Rome, and there receive, om the Pope the Car are able to give. The question then recursIs ., was met by one of the party next, dar ahHJAtote ,
t 4 r e how he liked theparuttA.
anitU"(O.) Reuter.I _"That the sane rule of law which this reasonable :
I' ." ., ', ',.- ,4' | t I ppliesn) dinars hat ,Ha** win* be absent about* a .!., lecL WTwtliny expectation to be. .dbanpfon.' / them," replied the farmer'but" the tvaJ_ .
.: I I, : IMciliytnuf+ t : .duels were very nic*.** ***- _._...:

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Delhi lo arrest Hirkto I aho, Ji liveses; in his graceful and commanding i NEW GOODS CHOICE GOODS AND tertaiag anyone time awing TJwt year tweatyori ',

k. IJnadina, twerp show on'horseback; in a court-dress, small sword i. more boarders the.Mm if fifteen dollar per a uauai,",. t

Iew. Hersa foind at and hair in a bag, delivering his farewel} address cluE Arr GOODS upon snob as entertain aioresiid wo ot'nrote'aka +? I
y:, In ''op lpeny with is clerk,. 'to* Congress in his room' with his t ices than twenty,boarfersf.tlje BuiuoCTeB% collars > d
; drawing On the 15th inst ,by ';'enben IT. Pinkhnm E!..)fr., MATTHIAS R. ANDI.EU a
tk'. secretaries, Pickering, Hamilton and Knox, Gh+T \VU3. JOdEP !, LINDE. V \N, HANTrHK f T upon tboaeentertaioi" any amallcrauinber'of>iasd- .
Smoking the pipe of peace with A tribe of Indains ,fit* : '. to Mrs. SUSAN 1\IPH JY. May the :Retpectfolly announce' to the citizens a of!L Auguei ers than ten,ata1n proportion and it h>liffftthright A .

all solemn as he tqu; and ones, schoolfellow 'tegdktfe 'ebna perpetuated. i tine and vicinity, bat he has and duty cl die Ciiy Assessor and tuna CblksU>ra '

x' then spranfence "and playmate of his wife's Mr. Custis, v.' UJ"c.._._ ,, 'i n OPENED AND OFFERS FOR SALE when maktoRde5an of the aftresaSd tats* to re-' tt
6nrert a an01ceo'rlot I had the casual honor of Son him in thegrave : ; OUITUAKY. in the require the keep n 9!, such uverfi> nd boarding ,
basement of.the '
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k story building situated at the bou'ues togive ***4h stategtent r f teat t
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g and J1cartJ taciturn ( his" famlr r. wqerpf sit Cenrge and Picolata-sireeU r
'" opposite to setting,forth and showing Vie
unmbeftf WSard-
His Intention + largest
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hi "TMBXT OF ARTICLES IN \1118 s.ttsid thewfrJfnyol thei_ re .,.ao. te: .. '
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chest, presented to Congress ra the eighteenth tuynn ,or repo *ksld- sbalreot m y A r I,

N of ernt denominations, ,4 April, J8H It* a rclic'to be"preserved, is one DRY GOODS ;LINE! the apOnfun c, hrb ? aftajjjHjUti dsnr.vstahlthedbfthia : ,j,

: t Lek nett ands repara. or many proofs that he nut only loved good ftean er 'I 1
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fountaMiI cfl'xsr, .but, $4 govcrnoror or l manazer':of men, Selected by an experienced dealer New York, emJy dniucd t by the authority i flwtllPfeat theSai It' If"I:
bracing not,only the finer description in demand colle ied tat laaaiefaM ; t
promoted eonririality as an affair of state and most ja same nudrr r+ia fgu
has boat much esteem convenience for business. Almost all accounts ,," for ladie and'grntkmeasusd *, but those of Ii' atloni as fhn .and {ed .i .5, .A 1

has been In thatfpoan :represent him as grave and stately. But I have III' -_' coarser but GOOD and LESS EXPENSIVE q lection ofQther Ct |jri4Febroat z a I

.. k of known jntimfttely,, ladies who 1laanced with him; -r.-. I its ; all:vf,which he pledges himself' to dbpost., t P d Conaci t l a3 to t

d 1t have heard'' companions of brA} pastime hours "7a lie fliK/tt o/ life.toe tte In .death** 'i. for CASH to those who! ,may favor biro with the *

,t .describe his enjoyment of not *nly the pleasures Iu announcing be decease of our Inmpn'rd fellow-. patronage J1, .*. A I' Attciu, ? dtt .. 1

.; : :of th table. ,but. those songs merriment then citizen and friend 1OSL PAPY i.nq: ,,''whd died of r:.HI/J>WER' .BKICIS .> ..N.Ny

ws: t, love t twit cov.I ,;so 'umon. part of such pft-. I' card APu sky.un $'Hnodsy morning Kith Ins in the than articles of ihc'Min>1iiad and qaaHty; cab* ob '- l lt
I ,..,.Therestn are plen of peo r &D"coiBCerotlJ..mt1i certain La&y4tte-with | 52nd,yeir ofJaI''Je.\tf'are.feudud"i: most forcibly | rained at any other siote, fatowo. To codvincethi Ir f .z tieiit It
flht'& d head ju a recital atom 1)r.th e e rclIiions.1V1 Gen ,afttiuealrtna truth On"lheyiy previous he wasHolnirh public 'that:io'thunspeaking htttteisAOJdleboa.; liereby ar and 'Wet #. I

un Etta WaMiiuetc$ ottered ,.witH pags'onate outdisobeyed -' ; alih and MI the pwpectof lodgyeart l oflil he invites.r lvisitbla.slurt"ends *' I. eeltiPLnl Afl: !, + slits ; t Cvr6'ddt !I r
hit. tntyett 'seek bt ak.wlttrt aAa erulnee' ;b Death came and claimed .EXnJS'l ?KEY'' fr'oa"1'P$ Ei .S. skitiA ,

., war ew r. __*. and_ .disappointed.. fr.rahattlfli. *. :Ui j' ,l i oi ;.iif OWQ. Ife'ffas' goat to hi* l, ng;Iii).. nssurlafiriUfjn Ia. (lvaMce'ths't iC >he|do nix r3d hi*;.
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;',' d: and "fen..t'length, ; -- .. Of M t't'>srn t, etetidrjoar'' tpaitldrs,' qd ti 1' ''to'Potato nt&l to;SOours.. S1 baait di'tlarraoane es'._ Ut.tl'ofra fit. t. : 1r

*' .mA preliminary !ram$ttp uul n'r. 1Ia;oleour irldc.n '; "" Aero | The
:;, f ,Itt'ct'OdI 'Wi" cult 1-jh Eakin h 1 A 'correspO dt tt ot'fl ri'er F tl.r o[ >falherje y're-'Iligt! o.9 we yin* CAROLINA ..Willi. 1 aircli at iNo.tVCyy Octr'sud .to 1)i") ; iuesrun : d 'a. 4iI

t1ltooChta upon n. dots it iaijkfot voice Ua/ia Jf relates nf this lady t.blf l1O'\Yinl btcidyn; y41 o. afcrst s pg'a ,V. ,r = leavrCHARLESPNevery Saoirday.ata P. Mlurnintr Re. ping East aniflVest.afong the s3o6tb ofthe' not, b

fIO .. lAd the ghost oTa Wd.et!Jli'lre audible The cause' of.it Thai ofcer day, M'U Xlantijo had with fief a ,i ... oJ. AC'Ali)."' J .\ .K Avery ifonday.7 44l\l.jl'l..tOL\TA.lO! .u A.M.:, as against the Garden'ind. *tab! r '

tri w Ws' li by m lady whohai acquired some reputation in letters, ,,) MlTrnf A;-AiDKEL*,'rctdros his th&mu4d t aiuf' C1iONVILL''ruelldI1,' 4 .o'cluck.'f A.: U. .this Ordinancepjalljfa white prohibition.establ on ied'by: f '

(If D Who have t sound when her/inmi) f !W 5r cntcrcd. ''\ his numerous fnedd 'an J customers, Jri"theJjbCrij The FLOUO;'wi 'kaveyCHAItLESTl7N every berdtlie ;Afaynr.be fined fur the peioq lira offence conucuwa,'jn the '

.. who hare not manliness *; A gcntkioaaSi'* hes' to.s >e&k to.1f&Iaqf.;Jttaid patronage bestoved on hinisioceheop' icd 'Cnesilay, eta P. Mj; Re" rnil1g.jt1 (leave PA .. sum of five dollars and costs and for any subsequent V "l

it to .palateable truth tilC.after she. '{ t hiVnew csbbUshme if' few; .days since,and LATKA eyery Thursday, at 7 A. M ; PICOL VTA.:; offence',fa th same of ten dollars and coats, aft.re- .
and ited. Gird ** 4 '\Vhois he R 'a* ; 1'+ ii l o'eio-k, A. M JACKSONVILLE as I.
a i nm '. ."r. intimatC e'vblk tJiM from; an Unremitting ; FiiJajr. 4o'clock. sad and shall luoreo'verStand committed until 1 ,the .
I A 1ian1' WIth .sir, czplaha- *- X.* Mr. .*t attention, \VhJcl it wit b bus honest endcajbrto ,'A, M. # f. fine be paid--if the offender be a colored person, the<: o

aDd wWe> j when aggravated to 4, 'I do ffot know .'! .. give tdr his bosh\easr hopes to_merit a shar oC These ,pLellnf"rfl: congest with all the 'interiorJjtagevof like fine shall be fmpoSt"d"and in i delanhcf; payment J.

". uc1t oo tai hardly,comes up 'It is true Ji but the gentleman fIr. ,that\ their:custom. his stock will always be replenished .Fast Florida and connect both ways with thereof theoffen ershall receive not Iran than twenty J .

1 pIdi .L dt..e. f 'Ifi what hetas gotto to Milady is v ,'unpor 'by the boats with the newest and freshest ifie the f New York Stt-amaliipsi Carolina Kailroads.* and nor more than thirty nine stripes,ou the bare back. : : t
1 p i tant, and insist on coming in.''If 'fi' gd&fy from the NeV York and Charleston markets Wilmington 1 1" Ilii hereby further provided and decreed, byrUjeau: j J' ,

Jt l truelr" ikirbtroltld com Passage from Charleston to Jackio" ill,, $8.- tliority aforesaid,'that the fins ern '
'L him $ r .1 t .d and accruing .
and hi trusts that no fault can be found. 'and Patalka 1 it' 4 i liI.
y Pjeolata $10. this
dtl'thin fotf thcause pf lpstieeg. [Two minutes ,after a gentleman: appeared, either with the quality or price. I"ur.furdlt"r. p-iruculars, apply to- under thft'same Ordinance, shall be collected and dL poeJ I a

in kftodd, should spile out dressed with a coat whichlhad once bccn black, 'St Augustine, April 18o3. 'j .* j. w. tALUWELL. harieston. of fines in imposed, manner other as provided in relatioato V ;
V w in.w ds1w-d u *cannon but was now greyish with a hat too shinning to f BELLEClM&SP&FlNEGAN.Jachsonv'e. by existing Ordinance, pro

the dmn cr toned of indignant be new and with a black colored cravat' TheItmcommis H (Mail Arratt;cutcut..' K. ,!It: REID I' llltki. feb 21.< hibiting the- streets the of running the Cit,and. galloping! of hones &c., ine-' *, "fi 1
,, iotthe gentle but not less lady ont seat to him. .1 .
j pointed atk From Picolata I tot miles distance to dt. Augustine Passed in March 10th I.
# uanftfafeeablelanguage of earnest 'You wish to speak to me lair l' said slt. ARRIVES.Mondays Anti Thursdays al A.1.1.It l. CUr Ortliuaucci .and BcsoluI our. Cou"ucil G. 1853. 7 t'

th" honored"',by such 'Madam' ansVce tr&t er, DwAaTs.Sundays and XVediirsJiys.lS, M. An OrcJiua ce lor the better pre preeervatioofof Attest UUJ1PHKLYS. .Mayor. I.i I :;

.: uever shop,.to declare"ts pt naxl td write biographical article! ''forja wo 1ie y Gtosu.-. .Sundays and Wedne!dnvs II A. M. ctennliueis and. health of the City, and Cor other_pur. A. B-.FAcrrrT. Clerk. .;A,. ''_ i' s
aon'in, whom the corrcsponffrart ** lint editic/r/ which has already app red; Y"E poses. to. : .. I I.A
; ': : and tangs prompt and I Mas coming in order to get, at* their very Notice.nMHESteameriCAROLINA. Be it hereby Ordained by.the Mayor and Aldermen u Ordinance 'for the Profecliout ; I Iii. -

Cut the very sound of whosg jBoucrce, thefinfbnnatioa which 1 need, in order, F of:the City of St. Augustine, in Cou ICU assembled of: White PcrsoucAkSciubldd tor!' f I s

; and firm-that* at the blaring of to write your life;" : c v, .- ) : That from and after the protnalgation of this! QlvluftVonblp.. -- .' t I

et Jba&oOi evty CYQ&.Ia 0h, sv. my story is very simple; I am noth-: i. Ordinance, shall not be lawful to throw vegetable rBe it Ordained, by the Mayor and Council of thee : 'I

> teet( t ,ing. r < Ati: a trash or annimal matter of any description, over th City of,&. Augtutine: That from and after the passing a ,

up.m&hyinous writ. 8 i 'Pssrda''1)adsm, your p6* isW 1l&iow&in S<-aWall.or into the.Basin connected with said of this Ordinance;j if any person or ptnwtia shall know
; -
fcelrolybcMi contemporary1 letters and celebrity is w&r, Wall and any person nuflVndinij against this prohibition ingly be engaged or concerned in vociferathre f.
,.' r your ,shall, i if whiu! be c1f .
l .' a fined for the .
peal I person; first selling
spaAr.r spirituous
Itoan. lt1OU hteTan. c it prcpertr.V j| *,V rre I< liquors or any act having. I I II
W4i offrneetiaa less
i turn not than'two, t.i
".4'had riu tai tree Jk.rso 1 thut 4 rell, sir, famoa*or not wliat do yoa.wish (o I five dollars, and for each sulwquenl nor offence more, of than not immediate of eongrf.gatiODof tendency white disturb or causA a distdWnce q I I

4 the htbt' 1 dSbghenutybe know of me?' } 4, ,(tI ..". Iris thau fire, nor more than Ten dollars:and if tli a of divine perAosffasembted for thee tI
into* cockc' *hatt the ne3t moment, The most mmntcs details.of your life.' : L. .M. COXETTEK, offender Ilea colored be she ptnpove worship at a car'rch or chapel in the i I,
person or so offending such if \
City white
ItiHi M scajftablneh &n4 tremble. and shah That is Ito sayi, the precise Tate of my birth, IlJ1ule;,will make a trip to St. Augulotillt"eoTII slrall Ix-oubjrct to a like fin",or be at the discretion I leas than; five person a nor person than shall fo fined alit ; "

,and tort mapKr* teajtctelot, Vfort he can Which is very indiscreet; the place in which 1 D) the 26th inst., and 1 leave the sauce day for of the Mayor,punished by the infliction of a number r person th doljari, orTenderv more"hal! be fined twejjty.if aforesaid a colored .J i H

: r he 1woI.to bt truth And fdsls : was born-and the brief list o{my work.' '" hl1'rll"fI"'n. Ap.il 16. of stripes on the bare back of not less than ten, nor orwhippeJ oofxce ffi| rly stripes, Qpriioned., .

d 1,..fitly'spoken, will All that, and as much more. ;. you please..* Moticc. more t_ntwToty loathe rs -(1f'eace, and(for.each not exceeding onejlek wiihtj su at tht Sacrilioa of .'

*-'* _.ttusr! ::. 'Well, I'wiB'pa P-1 twEstsihor'tesQtiufitehuco yon D'. F- M, >.EEt1SDe4jWlSutgron add PP'c- Bubwqiwnt oflViice/of not bits than twin..Ty, Dor. the Jluyor hd tfeuncil'an than thelttrshal I IJUnyor '
r \ft1tI"d'cf" devil,"alias! InsUtupon it, lL.d I mil! send It to you': >v licing 1 Physician, desire me to inform"iiiItirnJa niche than thirty one,tf fc"' -. or Alderman W.l
ilbe;ci Bursa ., too, spoken boldly Thankye, Madam-aid now 1 have something and citizen* of St. Augustine and vicinity Be it Jurlhfr Ordained: by the anthnrity aforesaid arrest such offender. 'V '' i
I turf yet io A friendly manner, has chcclccduteraaat eltc to ask r dint he wil' be here on tht 25tb. in.-t will remain afierinnnent : '('haiit fchalluuth-reafier be lawful for color That upon all convictionojhe person peaoos- convicted r" i a

eo 9M of many a"oung and thoughtless What more r rrfideht and will be always ready tllbeat il persons,(bond free) lo use the Sea \Val.I as a shall remain ifb'r/riioned i or commiuod".untiI.tho ,I F'

{raoo, and been tho cause of lus happy rcstora&Mk 'To how many copies of the book which we iti each of his IJr"f a..ons'B place for promenading, :'and they are hereby forbilen oV and costs are paioHtsatisfied.Massed I II I

to the paths of righteousness ana happiness are:pnLUsht, docs your ladyship \\isU to subscriber W. BUITT. to "Ilk thereon, uii.ler a penalty of a fine ofnot in Council" March 10th 1853.. "; II I

ttMr. Truth faintly, and tremblingly fulls April 16h.lP.3.PROFESSOR; less tiiMU two, nor more than five Dollars,or in lid a *' G. HUMPHREYS. Mqor.' I I
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Bc .'tit like a''tJiUlC and water' assertion Ho\v is thnt?'.answered the ta.dy. whose, finely MIL LA ft. thereof n4unberof stripes or not less than ten nor Attest .r-, .
than A. B. PACTTTV.
more thirty one, to be laid on the bare back of
effect .. .
than taut bIOl'e upon the listener, than pencilled eyebrows slightly frowned. the oflcnJer. 'I 'I
fltyae if a green elder ..pop-gun would have 'Yes, madam; be articles which we fijiall have THE t CELEBRATED; AilElll-
i n'tho gtoriou truth of sJuly.a the honor to write on jour ladyship; somewhat De it further Ordained and Decreed by the anhority. QUICKPKOfMTS : S.UAJL.L
C.1V PL, J1.\S aforeraidthat from' and after this date all I ,
this fea&Wi+ taL.t6Jl) matter of"tea- depends upon the amount 'f per subsjcription'jiimpartial culurrtt
*tpb.r-Ya4w' BW& Madam wishes to take four copies; it r.. his contra" from New OrlC'Dn'lInd n hill way to peiMons are furbiden to smoke in any of The Subscribers are now receiving, direct 4r

II will be favorable, if Madam mIl l take a greater New York, has the dislmgui hed honor :o announce the streets, or other public places in the City, undrrpellaI New York a large full and complete \ ,

A SCHMT I Woaxs'a VSKGEANCS. young number; and it will be worth the subscription ifMadam to the ciuifii'jof ot. Auguatiue. that his Aparmir-nts a. ,,of.a uneof" not,. less- than three- -nor- more stock of Fashionable FALL and WINTER GOODS.- -. .
than nve dollars lor rte nest one nee, or in default oflayment
iHttlli'lw aty-five years of age named Sabine will take great ;' fur imparting instruction the Chirographic Art,are comprising in part \
manyv .I thereof, nnmber of
Jkl- -, ree diug at Ktatnpcs was accused oft 'And ifldid'ttakeanyt: now open for the reception of Pupils and Visitors in a than stripes not less Dry Good, Groceries, Hardware I
than ten nor more to be (laid
to assinaie, named the Ron ol Mrs.Strong,in Cli.irlotie Street former twenty upon the Crocficryneady.inadeClohius.lug
a nun
young 'Then truth--cold, naked tnith 1 l' bare back of the utTt'nd\"r-and for each
rtlUrNt to of his having insuI.till occupied by Mr I). U.Griswold.asoRchocl-Koom. subsequent Boots hoes Huts aDd Caps fio, ; .
consequence Wcll, said the Countess smillin-r! Hhcn it is offence a fine of five dollars) or the infliction of Yankee Y
|nrat a ball. The parties were dancing a my life that you ask! Take my life,; and go Ill*,StyU of Writing is bold frre. and r Cpediiiouc.. thirty one stripes, to be laid on the bare back,as .Notlous &c, .
adapted to Levers, Bills Notes Sales..Rectiptsand And in fact every thing usually found in
quadrate teg.t er.. In one part of the dance each out' \ aforesaid and nil colored persons, are ht'rtbyslrictly a country
tinidli"g{ Journal entry, and (ling been fuIl1 Store;all of which will be be sold far Cash
-mtVaw>wa to kiss the opposite lady but when tl1Jcct'iI orbiilen to about their at astonishingly -
; that of ,
Her gesture recalled Rouma; thegentleman carry persons, any knife
through the Cities and low *
principal To./ns prices feel
t.iught in confident
as we offer' '
t Meftt&ubant's instead of other of morethan
H three
turn saluting needed nu other warning. He weat the United Sui Ie.. Canada, the West Inilit-s, etc. clasps or inch length of from JO to 15 per cent, cheaper than can be found ia1't J
cursed hk hand. The insult blade norehall colored
c try own ; any person nut actually in- s
out To the Ladies will be communicated a beautiful, this market. Give us a call and satisfy yourselves. ,
gitaaitled in the midst of tho grrl'rf com- irni from disease extreme undpr'an
young flowingepixtotary hand and th- in the carry ) We would also invite the
it A Great Cheese 31111. one practiced attention of tbe Lades to
rr JII,pr a very forcible impression on : most iafehionnble Circles ol the djy. Having had prell'nce'hatt' a cane or walking stick of any our Slock of .

f,t .. that period she had made up her The St.Louis RevHle tells of an extensile cheese of experience, he is confident of f imparting his size or description; under a penalty or not less than DRESS GOODS J '
yeah '
Tennessee. idea of five dollars fine or a number of stripes be laid ;
after the factory in Some its magnitude to on
vccgcaoce. with marked satisfaction all.
Sygteni to The course Consisting of de Laines 'I'
the bare back of the offender of less than Poplins printed tnuslins,Alpacas *
t 1IIIDe. ed herfcelf as a man,and about may be gathered from the following conversation pursued is such as to remove those cramped, etifi nor more than thirty-nine. ten, Gingham. englnh and american prints&cURLIAUAME .
p o'cioefc MNhe evoaifig sUUoncd herself at a : : DOd awkwardhabifs which olten remit from
; so erroneous I
Passed the Council: 23 J December & HOWL ,
by 1852.
:: .. ami wWe she knew Montaubant wou d : Two men were seated at a table in Ifashvillb, instructions, and impart a more elegant and G Feb.26lS53. .
pldi fee approached her she attacked and drinking ale and eating crackers andchee; Their expeditious hand in twelve lesions, of from one to Attest Mayor. ,

fain. At the cries of the young man, conversation at length turned upon large cheese. two .hours each, than is usually learned in years by 51. R. AMDIIJT,Clerk. :: Estate Philip It. Yoiige, Deceased. -

,. iboufh daoeeroujily'wounded, had strength "That was a very Iarg9 chJcsc prewnted to the old method. All persons (good.judges and critics An Ordinance to raise a rerenne to meet the police is hereby given that in thirty data from. :
to tt to a4sam&t k several persons came up, Gen. Jackson," said ope. ) are respectfully invited to call on me at my current _T1 the date hereof I will apply to the court ') I
the oProJ
of for the
*u4SJbto, BrauMott was tostautly recognized. "Yes. it weighed nine hundred ponnds and up (Room, where .will be happy to elucidate mv qualifications I the extinguishment expences of City the,City; debt.year Ib53 and for bate of fr.f Johns County for leave to sell so much oC s;. I

a Sbt'*zeI with the most perfect cahnness that wards*'answered the other. by exhibiting. upwards of One II ail* I e the Real Estate of Philip R.Yonge as will be tnfficisnt # .
dred Specimens explain principles and Be it Ordained, by the Mayor and Aldermen of v i
A gentleman who was;sitting reading a my to pay the debts and liabilities thereof; ; J.
wobjecjiniBlicdagthewoundwastorerengflbernalf young thing that be called for, whether the City of at. Augustine in Council convened:
execute toy may ANDREW I
for the insult which she had received at newspaper in the same room inquired; ,.. YONGE. Admr. .
they wish to avail themselves of my services x>r not. That Tax of one-eight of one per cent be and March 21st, 1853.. I,
.daaoe. SM yofing man was for some time "How much did you say, sir jr .: Ladies wishing to receive private instruction at their the same is hereby directed to be imposed ,fathe Ii

',' ;n 1, fe' '*w ,but the wound did not prove mortal.- "Xfoo hundred and upwards," tsnswprod,the residences,or some few gratl-men to become Teach- year 1853, ((oil]the! purposes aforesaid) on the value f 11 AM ARIND3,Fig Lute Prune,Bitten,Choice' I,
,'ate JMT sand. feat there were attenuating drIU other. trs, can be accommoUaird by making immediateapplication. of all Real Estate situated and lying within the JL Began Tobacco, French.Cordials, 'Almond. ,I

ie Tinclif female was Jen- "That is about half id large as some my father A bad hand is no objection. Chartered 1 limit oldie mid City-and the following Hickory Nuts, Ale, Porter,Qder,Wines,BrsndyjM- ., I i
...,'UIIOI- Y._. '.' makeain this cdtatV;'I was' the young gent( AilRANGEltENTS 1IADELW1TH SCHOOLS persons tto wit) Frederick C. Humphreys, and AIHertoD. Brit e .
'';'I'.'tl -" Rogwo.arjappointed determine 'bra 15ii -1853. ,
.1.'O Nl.ur.'MlRVQ- ', asseieor'a >
p .. '
-J r- '. / i"" 'J -.i "' .
".,..:.. !r. '' ,tltaoanse 1t .ptl"; ,.\t" aua a4twWa ,the value:of-mid tteaf EilateV acid fix: tfie baby. -

In '! ,f slan g Jot 1ttt.ppopW fcha if1inh-1ejt' tnaFiKl: here;+
;: j.t1tmM,' ,'
such, all for Ladies. !' : ." oha.l be collected in,the same "pinner not t J.Ior toe "
aeage a dairy"capable jmakfog .- ,of the Estate of;'fiDRSCAPGLL.-", t
''P enormous cheese I' inquired bbth simultaneous' TERnS FOR THE COURSE, $10. under the'same regulations as are provided and in- ceated, will present.his final all and voucher!,

(. awv party'or 1,. tiutceu guarantied! Specimens of improvement force in relation to the collection of City tales levied to the Hon. Judge of Probate, for.Sr. Johns County

J., from behind the rocks. "Very easily," replied the young nw "he can be seen At my Room It will be requisite for upon otherdescriptions'of property. for settlement and allowancc;.nd he will st the lame "I
side of persons lo join my class forthwith, as my engagements Passed by the Council 19 January 853. time ask, be '
IMriII advanced With lances baa an extensive trough leading down the to discharged, u ouch administrator. ., a
I. twady for bittlo, when the artist, with a large hill in this place, and hallway down theirIs in other places nuke it utterly jjnpossible for G nUIPl1REYSlUayor.* PSTER OAPELLA.Admr;:
me to remain in tliis city longer than to give one Attest ,;, St. Aneustine, Oct. ioth. 1852 4
his vat the milked in this trough 'r is.
eofe tamed open them camera, a large ; cows are course of instruction. M. R. Annaxtr'Clerk. t "

i ..wW .m,neatly rain over the Inifcdt and the same runs into this reservoir' ,about middle N. B.-Visitinz, Wedding and Invitation Cards RelOl"ed,by the Cite: Council of y!. Augustine, Tax Collector' Sale. .:

t 11' $ the clothes in which his pictures way on the side of the hiiL' written equal .to engraving at $2 per pack. J. & that from and after the promulgation of this virtue of the vested inr lash e -I.
power me by
,: .'Wrapped, held his lighted cigar in 'some- : Leaving the strangers to the digest this, description M. wire presented with silver medals in Richmond, I tion,it shall not be lawful for any persoi to Rt'IOIU-1 By expose for sale before th* Court House 1% .
ttfgirtrai proximity to the instrument the young man coolywd down the paper V*. also silver in Savannah and Sir. Millar the ball
; Cups ; came called'"SAinny" or at a game ot ol i Mellvoville on jhe lit Monday July, ;the"for-' .
mng had heard strange stories "thunder : and walked oft Presently the landlord* walked was lately presented with a .gold medal in Nash .I any kind,in any of the public i streets of the City olSf lowing described property or so ranch Utertof,s'wrT' .

I w',"" **&* bud? ia one terriiSo burst, swept in. tille.Persons Augustine and any person offending against thllprobibition. pay the State and county taxes and.the. necessary ex te
ww waol%irtk df red. Panic-stricken "Do you know that young ,man who lelt the -whose business will not admit of their baJl. it a white person be fined in a sum peuses due thereon, to wit: .

tber paused A moment then veered to the right room a few minutes, since said one of the. stran taking lesions] daring the dt y, can receive instruction not exceeding three dollars, for the first offence and 3000 acres of land situated. near tlawe .;

I ; .'yf' ftxed upon the dreaded instrument at mght. for each subsequent offence, in a sum of not I leas belonging to th" Estate of Ueorge .Atlvuon.'Crn-k'. ;, .

Bai -.g mortar followed them; its dan- gers."Yes, sir1 repHell the landlord; "he is the tit Augustine April 16Ih.1853.lUqlllrate than threi nor more than five" dollars and if the offender fJuiefs taxes anJ cx ruses are paid before day fsale. '. j

keeping them in direct Une.- son of a dairy owner in this county." Election. be a colored person he or 'she so offendingshall 1 ELIJAH WATSON>. .

."' 19&I west revolver from beneath "What is his character for truth and veracity w'N Election is hereby ordered to be held on the be subject to a penalty! for the first offence. Sheriff and Tax Collector, ,

1 Thi.Ii I was but the preclpde ofatorm ?" inquired the strangers. : l"t first Monday of next month-May-for two not I less than three dollars fine and in* de.ault of the. F.nt rprillt'.Qraoie County Dec 25, 18S2. o.c. .' '.v .i

." ,'. .waYiDg about to burst upon k *"I never heard it doubted*' replied the land I Justices .ur the Peace, for each of the Magistrates pay mint thereof to the infliction of not less than a

"f ; 'Aey eo DOt longer stand this, but lord. : Dis.ricts in"the County of dt. Johns, and the follow, ten nor more than twenty five stripes on the bareback Tax Collector's Sale '.' :
offence fine of
for three
II.-, wiaiiantaartuwoiaTdl broke away towards the "My reason for asking you" said the stranger, ing persons, are appointed Inspector's of said Elec- dollars and and the any infliction subsequent of a stripes on the By virtue of the power vested ia me bylaw I ,"'i r1
"is that he has been telling that his father l\U'I namely-For District Mo. I George Center, twenty for sale before the Court ,
II Bang! bang r went the artist's guns after us i back aforesaid-and if default shall be made inthepaymeatof expose House at '.
Thomas Andrea and E. C us
L Stnfige. terriffic soiuads were Teverberaitalai manufactures cheese at his dairy, in this; county, .. Sirapkins,-For District any fine imposed as aforesaid Olellonville on the (st Monday of July 1853 the fol <,f
No. 2. Antonio Masters Antonio P upon
< nsaod Peter lowing descrif ed
and' echoedltat'o(80Ue which two thousand pounds. property or so much, as willpay
I gorges average white for a violation of this resolution, ; :
Masters, 2nd. For District No.3 Manuel any person
and "I don't know thing about the weight of the dtate and county taxes and the ,necessary J '
"yells shrieks any sfolano. fohn Lee Williams and D. J. Dnrrence. the person so making default, shall stand committeu ?
the landlord "but I know expenses due for the year 1853.on two thirds thereof .
thunders The smoke cleared his cheese, : until said fine is paid. r.
ly' The Election to beheld, theusual place of '
". 1 tteaz&U? were atone. No time was that this old man runs, at the bottom of the hill, Election ia sa i id Districts and the polls opened holding at 9 A.M.ondcloKd'atSP. Passed by theCouncil Jan. 1653. .y-to jlh'ams.sitaaied wit) an undivided on tract Halifax of land riYer'attested. d known to'Befit & *'t'
the two mills which are driven the whole "year G HUMPHREYS, Mayor. U the 4
aiobg the caravan arid dangerbeUeowe saw ..iL. Orange Grove Plantation,epntoining'.3200 acru. .
> oAea tho'aubjectof'mrnim C round by the whey which runs from hU chaesdpress. G.HUMPHREYS Attest ;
taxes and expenses an pald'befrnr .
.. \I $ M. R. ADam Clerk.
'a the ; .
ctit .charge .upon Judge Probate sale ; ELIJAHItWATdO t'4'
.'I'.. ,..ll..t1"UfM7&.L, '"Will you be so very kind as to order ';our hor Office of Probate 8t Johns Co., fl lAX CULLECI 1ttH BLAAik tJTa'aH,IgI' > .flherifl and Tax Collector. .. .
h c.
:'' f .,.tb .- '.'bit' ..." \ ., nesln.qUletrr T. remarked" the tlaTeUm. j': 4* Aprl1 6tJt:lf33.I !'f. ,. .JL Sale at this. Office.. ) Eaurpdsf' A 1" *Ona<, .Cooaqr D c.2518i"r ?. /

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.. 1. : JFJI m1fj U& _V iS. Tax elector's Sale.By ;ABTIncorporated UWON.QarPBI AP P .I : '"'--''f.11-.Jl.r--... = I "' : ;,.
.V 11lolit\f.lfG' On Jl.George: Street north ofti '.fBy '' ",
:. i ; o .'iIC Sq AIT*sad one door north of,the Metho- .5 ST.. A.VGVUTIltE. E. F.M .' virtue of tiie; power treated inl5ne by law f by.tbePennaylvanla.Lelbla 1 of oftiepowst ':" "
shall lot aale before the for .
I 4 Church' .-" expose Court House ':' ,expose -Ie. bth I
i p > .
Ilinae. Treuam Lane North olHggjponcbirbuosndBay8treetaew" L8TABUSHMENT l athe city of St. Augustine on 'ihe'first. Monday of]' ,Fksihe'firas Mdye-. C\!:':'
florid *
I Ii Qa' THIS 'May 1853 the following deacribeo A FOR THE PROMOTION OF THE JowtD diffrbedproperty! it" j ijl',
0T APOIfe. thpare. '.* ', ; i Ibg undergone'ThorougH Repairs' this thereof 'bi aufficientTo property or aa $HTS .0" DB SIGN IN- THE &., orq !
i [ ; Branch aa may pay the Stale ,, te Dd coat, w... IIWi't ,;
' I T I pff ftheTiiblJa I present .season, ia i novr.ready for and county rues and the necessary exp ae. incident 4 VNITLD STATES. sea. dne thereon, to WIt .. e ..:;
qizre.QabuIoUe < .
: I .,.aalir..Hfllt' reception ot Company. xfAMILlES AND hereto ; to wit .' *' 1Iic .
aniJTreasLtn 803 3d il'
I acre* rate land, : ,
:: .- --, normof thel rixblic:tfqoare.a xtdI th, TRANSIZNT BOARDERS) can have spacious Alionse'andlotin St. Angnstin situated fe Char ; OFFI.CERS. ble taxed and advertised,l Ct'J11to't1 r !"h ;;)

,I ,. ,. ".&; : .60W1f'-:: f"i'. S Aparlirienls. \ l lotte street bounded North by lot lately owned by HuntY C. CAXET, Prttidept, WIU.TIX D.Fice hlLLn the year'1852, lying paul I" ID'" ''o 8_ : 1J

I l, \ I I *' ;. '"BOARDING HOUSES.. lioottiR, Airy, CJeaitJf and NcJt- I Briguida Gtmez; on the,t puiu by lot laely, owned Pretideat EDWitp P. ArcTCHEtl.. 7\-,,,. and partly in township 12 J :., ',

I :, f; .4 .dbSSL FaJt:;.George ,Street, a few doors IIC4 Itself fiirniniiod balathotlacil by the beiraoftnuonjoMivrun the West by ChnrloAr ,urer, E. H. Birr AR. Recording Secretary, North by pablic ran. ::]

,/ I II /. .' i Sojoiti of tlie Conrt Hurte and Public' Square. 4OIbiu" "aulln;. l street aud on the East by lot owned by K. if. GEORGE W. DEWEY,Corretptndiag Sec. and gnat of ,WftJ, Ga' I.'bf1M, Ea Rtftra hi L' .;

I I I IJ "ft y 'apy. On BfTtt! corner'of)ny and The House i4.weU kno\vn'ls, being reenlly .uibbs. being the snme property! conveyed by Jo. S. 00"f and prest by the Kiver.St iuyT Johaa.. &f lalll\ ':' j '
anchrz,as MarshaltuTlioa'.C. Rock Robt"TowJaud MANAGERS I .
bill t\
4Gafdea !Lane. r L and : !'b
with view tan *
I : to ]
I S Bui.lt Expressly a nccumodulluavi n.eZpensirs : I
I 4 I, <: \ ocToits. ;* i..4 In cuHds ntul other's, being by deed dated 13th.Oct. 1846. Johp Sartain, CUarlfs Toppnn, James 9. Wallace 53 .. arepsI. -,'a., .!. ;+'Il'nln. II:
entirely .
I IJ "i .1: 4v Z?.rt. T. IR-,*; .' ',Sice alms Dvfelling House built of \\ t.imI. with Kuuinv connecting, Fold laid house and lot is at ewed and leived npon for Charles M aca lester, E. II, otJ Henry S. Patterson .. R T OYD.S1v.-ri'(.s* "' ,

: on Bridge*&fC',.. f : : "* nonpayment of Sate and county taxe for 1859. 1 \. D., Charles .Leland William D.Lew. r Tax \ .ft..c. : I'
J J JI Ji ing Dr3, &c., which render.s it Fr ': (rum the9 ssessor aa4, : "
II I I.t "JJ.et.41. IL.Perk. Office on "George Street fill all right title. intere.t and property in Joseph D. Stewart,M. D!, Edwin RfCope, 5' l'af tkaJIID. )lf.IRS3 .. '.. i'l'. .
I a few doorp North of the Uouri Hou* ." ; Dampness. Fircpluces, Blio 7 ; r: I f LVJ J. DRlrGtG.$1'.* .: | Ibroi/tih, opening on Piazzti Prom'nnde Two Tqwiand.aud of those clainiMg under them and of James L. ln2hom.' S Tax CoIl------T::-5'P'9 06" _. 'i. "

1I I .-P 0 ZyWtt 'HJucmWiand Urugjest ChtrlottedSrfft Hundred Feet. Protection froYn RiiinV, Cold another persoas whose names unknown and who &I6! ,, \\-

\ i. .I II 'T'4* 1t' < ,i .3! : I.i. I ., ;.1 .Wiiftt ,'., forming} a'dt-sirnMe RETREAT from may have any interest or claim on Mid lot and *preinises. Every Member. foV lie Year (M1- IJt,Y virtue of the power'reated'shsll 'r fa. :b
I .: -.a. L ." \ '* 1 confinement at 'Mil seasons of the yea-- Unless taxes aud expenses are paid before. Will r ceive,(or each Subscription of FIVE DuLLAQ expose for ink bHbre .n ( ;" .

l'c! ). rt. Jirf't ? I.. L.A1.tYf4s. v I! i h, *I I The House is situaffd 'facing So.ith in central the day of ale. a print of fal t'ka, on the first: Monday ofluIy,w IIi' ,' ,l i' I'

r'. b r t ., E.7.tk.iIiu Ct. iif Law-office :onAr position, und retired from oilier Dweltint R. B. CA NO V A, Sheriff on J ex-ofiicio. HUNTINGTO "CHRISTIANA AND HER l lowing described pronjr| or *6 m&t tbr Ji

'i : t ; i;. ii1i! Lane, t: 0,1 ; I J ,.:: Tjie Hous contains 45 Rutll'I with additional Tix Assessor ana Uolioctor a. j. c. I .CHILDREN pay the state and conniy taxea.aoll.14. ,. 'tl'f

I r I fr'. f tI'AJ.E tf i2aI. .UorD ) p.d cut1ctt. ParlouK, Dinitit, Seitinjc itoomx.and' Oct. 23, 1852. ( + penaea die, thrrecn, to wit. .1c'J ,j. )I
i P1.1 con. Engraved oy }OSEtn ANDREWS, Boston, f J 'i"130 \ :
I II' ,,1 ,. rv Laf'lJl'i ce, PicoIauitre'L' tt V ni ioces iu general For Accommodation. cannoCbesurpuss AND THE COMPANION acres 3d rate land, cr'aqlt I : .iGm.iii. 'afrtajitt. aad 9 Tax 1/ollcclors >nley double taxed and aJvertued
it" Attorney Counsellor for '
: I Ii d. A print oUtuntington'i Ui'lBRC 8 DREAU.Engraved d. :: : !,
1 I .1 Laiy-.UiEe. Ia the uUr1IqmM. virtue of the vested in law I \ for the year I 5Q,lying in fowwSi ,
I 4 Fflf 'I 7' The well earned Reputation this House power me by by -4. ff. RtTCH/E; Nevf York _" l "ir .
\ : ",* '. hat from Vl (oYelu will P shall expose for salebefo.re the Court House Or the choiceof bounded North and Ba.t by E. Dal'." 'I
r (
\ ; :. rtiBLi6rJbF acquired.it tk lh"Pruprietrch i Augustine S ,ny two of the/n 1 lowing So- .nd'W >t 6y the River 1\
on tiie firbt of rh.
Monday the
Slay 1853 :
.i ** I Mr UAVIS uini.to 'HiKsUiin' Four Splendid '" :i; :
and Eu '
j A. i ; G. $. o"ri: ; vius, Unless1 -
P.st9i r s taxes '
1 fFr I' stcv.4c! > following described property or'fill much thereof a. expenses f1't taW 1 : "
II "". I loathe liberal Putronuge htf etofore she returns I T I S": 1rI.
will pay be Dtatejand. fondly tax die thereon/or 2JOHX ,sale .4R4 '?'
I I* ,. 'G'1trlfl'f Oj1c..1B. A. Sarll I her,thanks. ,,1 KNOI'S, .b1lEItYJEWVm MART Qcsu 1 '
0 T
jPntnara th 1VJ52 and the iucidtnt ;
rfrceswiry '* BOD.ffa4'
'I t: .f 1 1 ''' veyGe4ril.* HospitalSt A erof mile/r, I. :Tim{ Table will be supplied with choice : thereto year. a'n nndiriJrd expenses of, ,Painted by Leutze, hngrqped by Sartain. TeE :
Ii y z: interest! 600, acres of Aflts.uthd
... 2. 1APaIa
'f\ ... T.RCTH Painted
'LaneanHfoiliUlSiiW' t 'i ; Ghme -i i> : i .un.lWei. byUothermelEigraved p
; Turtle, .h.Uucb.'VelU kud now 4, lately belonging tOi-yihe estate of *.l*ntJ.r J .
\ |. .* _. aJ Offf tA. T 'Noda1Regtiter of Patlic! n wf1fd Jyhn bi41grta .. '\ ,. :'
i ip : I kenndb' isn, !uijhis 'ziuie. ;Huenaa and motf gagrd 'to ,NVilliopLamed, ofjhr.qiiyoI ..
;i-1auy' -
.(. I IOSI L,',. ,.ri-. 'fIM1 \ met': i 011iql?y i .L Ij': :: _* r !"('Yr luv.rs:, rFoesti 1.I uooM:1.W9 .or NCTrYbrlf, -bring Omuch Qt t:,GrtmRfr ( ', -) cints4i/f tfn 7I. a ,

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'1 ttt"1 er fulJi f ; ,cou ea.a. :aeal '
'ry .
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; .P ctohtsflBng" hrfprfof the .
__ :. '\ ;: I Q.il Lil 1 ,, 0 J. l\11IW'. n t trapraTof. -: due therroii,Jo wit' '
,: ROPRJ ESS.. ft ,:,: j
.il }k o ". JRti'dct.ta. 1f"'or.of :, ., ":.I\ ''frubtThe'uje t tro, the'Jj'd Dep-ircdCaking ., l; h the Institution* and infoiiaiibo on the r: '
r I'' JJ"IC' fA j .4- i, '457aesraierndgrncetoC.: Wdoublnidad'ateiacd _,. ;
I"f >1l .1JI1IJj' Irtlhe i 0a.tgd Wwi ba ..$1Mh1 i Cre k.anti l bnnh.l l- subject of the Fine Arts, I ww
I Mt'ttfr CyELJohn M Hanson,office -..,: N. B.-Ill*the wish of the Pro- abe Worth W THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD. ; fa-= 'nonpayment- ,
) : by a inePrT co1. sod on the for the' 1852 b .
I. ,., 3ft
1 .ei oeaI1ozer. '' pJ.let.r% that the Scrvriuli nttacli d Vestbv.tbeiyet. --1 ; tO I year ing fowusftib-13 rasp
:i iI f Ina2e Mr.If.'ora'. Ora, Howard office in I Il1e'loItJIi altonld be civil, utteu ; dnJ ** The.Art JJnion Philadelphia- awards inJ bounded Nonbv'-. Eau and West bt'public l r.Ms ,4
taxes are beforeday prizes
expense o South,by the:Rlfer St. John 'jF '
ward uiid --
Ho tIV4' obllsiiig. ,
.. iiiig #Matket .quat. *.I.. ? .% ,- ,' its ownjUartJucale! with which original American-
.r /. Jtjpronto: *. .Judge U.; 8. Court Northern :, R 11CAN'OVA Sheriff nhd- f.mdn ; works or An.Dlny be purchased in any part lcbe(11 wUnIeM taxe k and expenses afeJp45dtkto.re-c. ,
,. .Ui.tnctclfFl( ofhce in the Court.Uoue. MEYER'S UNWEBSVM ,' ,4 ', THX" Asstssor tuid "ollfcior, ,:1. c.On. States at the option and selection( !thepeiton whpinay"obtain I ,'sale. R'-T. BOYD.' \fiorirTand r.
G.Jtr''Fairldfikt.; Clerk q: S. Court office in BY CHRLEStlA.Thi.. the .. f'x-oB'a.
pe- 30 1t52. a prize at :* )*e :: ,
the Court ilou! '. .. "- % EDITED!, published froin the' fit i.oC July ueuiiinouthly. .. % Annual DistrIbution, -t TajcAaW'----: ltectof! .!. .:

't f 'I Deputy Mar thai. George. I. Zthubibr, office ii I' will contain views ot the most remarkable \T I'JJ.'s Which lakes place on the titening; the last week P.lllko.J..fJ! Ut, 1853 r.
(if I Al.rUouhlIoHi i i. > !I' jL'Cvtf< Sale... "
I cities public edifices,and natural scenes in every zm.e doy in Year
\ : *.: JUaTjCESpFTHpfEACE. .and on every continent; accompanied by Irtu-r pre ': Y virtue ot the power vested m,' me' by law 1 TI1J3 EXKCUTiVE every COMMITlfE; OP.THE Tax Collectors" Bal ..'

Charjea Uagc'i." O&ceai bi$ reaidVnce on 'Bay dfscriptions! ,which.whil conveying the most accurate shall expose lor 'vale be ore the Court' Houa r ;* ": ART UNION. virtue of the power Tested iomqby lal-J
I, ritree; f \ \: and trustworthy information, will 'seek to clothe the': door at St.'Augustine on the h'rst Monday of May When so 'tetelect works of without expose lor sale before'the Court U. '
req Art,
\ (Reuben Pinkham.- Office at his rwiJcnce 'South dry detail* of facts and figurrs with somethiuaof the: l85Tth i fuilowiug7 described property or as much '' ''" ftOcompensation, from their .'charge Pilatka. on the first AI9 Jar of Jdtyiirttie[ ] |fo1.fi,

4.. I $ ". of Sf:'FraucAI U 'rrack vftaity of nature, and to'enible the reader, while he thereof as wilt pay (he state and county t taxes due FREE ,GAI.LKRY,210 intf described property or so ninch thereof M.,

,; Oil; L %hittip, Notary Public-.effict on 1 'Bay observe the historical and political phenomena, to gain; thereon for tiie year Iti 2, and the uece-isa'ry expenued ;' "' those CHESNUT STREET pay the Mate and Comity taxeahd necessaayi I
; direct Wile urtla lucideut or perbonsJu the country* who may, Iiif",
a l'l "f the Market. some insight into the causes front which they epriiig. r thereto viz -*- penseaduethereontw. '
I I 'CiTiy j OFFICKUH. \ t Extensive and cotfly preparations have been made to; % 60U acres of land assea'e'I to John' B. Campbell mote (rout Uullcries! Fine,.>r public exhiuitions of the IOOO acres 3d rate land.granted IGtrlad"RJ .

i Msyor-GadWutnphrtyi. ; a 1 ,:1 present in it the fullest coltetion of views, riot only! from I said lard i il4 Hiuatfil ,1ahie head .of North iiiverbtriugiu Arts. ard, double taxed and tor,

Ii t Lnttredee; Andtt'uA"Zttz&l. '. I every section' of the United States, but from all 'part* i 'Jy'"wlllhip 5 South, Range 29 &15t.* Theuiid taxes for the I85 &venise4 in IIODplrmeat.'f '
: : known "'ilie Subscription of tnfiabfteiiip, Q5 shld be nde1 year l. bein< towngbij ijTraa .
I u f fie continent.: For above a year pas., artists hnvebeen mire as "Ciinipbe.\ Place. SOU pas 26 bounded North tioulfr and .
}} Aldermen.
i I f : engaged in exploring the must romnutic -noiu 'oert'at.f ,wlucii i is 3 J 1 rate and 3UO acres is 3d rate early aa pruciicu6le, so as K. euiitl. members of, EaRl by the Ri St. ,, West by puWifrfoaJs* .
.. 11, C.UIClD": 1 L J' of ihitf America 'aud. *_ early numbers ot'the 'Reporter whic wilt before er Jof/ns./
h country,Canada and Central for the ; Uules and
Clerk of the pit, Council., Charlei. Iaagrr., office snecial h.n.fitnfihi. work and its readers .and the I biate taxes due'on said lands for I&K2 $3,72.- of warded, the upon the receipt' of the, money, to any part ale vxes expeusea* are paid/" bdbre &V*. f' ,
Sal ute v/ouucil rborn. \*; "'. engravers are now occuied on above a hundred view .Coimiv, lax at SO pel cent uu Stale luxes $I lflfi.Unlisa The country. 0 R. T. BOYp.sherifranlli-ofr. ;
I ,. I Uily Manhat l ,andClerk of "the lllrkt'."John of North Ainrican scenery alone, which in due time taxes aud expenses are naidbefore the day S Honorary Secrefnrieji wilj} give receipts foi.suLscriptiontforreiiiUtance ( 1-" Tax 4'
ndrfq.l !f I of sale. ''\ mav be.made toGEORGF Assessor and Collector c.
If will be laid before our aubscrbers, in addition to other Pnlntka
: Jsnunry ls 1853.
W. ( -1IC *
PORT WARDENS. P.. B. CANOVA.ShirifTnndex.officJo. 't' %,
I I ; engravings ol Euiupean, Asiatic, African aud Ausirain .

.; .. '}:::. +', .. J*. Co'. "ZpUtraCharle.Itaager'.. Jot.:E., Pomar. b cities and landscapes, illustrated by animalde : Tax .iVaaessoi and' Coliectwr j. c. ... Corresponding Secretary, .5 ''' T'ex Collsctqrs! Half- t" '- ,1 .
a. r' ,:,. 1 1532. 'ftT' 210 ClifHiuil Ulretl, 1'IIihul lJ ilt. "
I : 1 lad i interesting articles from the mot popular writer ., *
4 1 I .1\ : AUCTIONEER Twelve numbers will volume. Eacli"vol- B I irlne5of 'po\ftr vested i in m" by law po
a _
.. ;i ., >Center, '. 1) Ferreira aud J, A.. Sirlecha. ume will contain (our compose rteel engraving, executed in 11high :tax cofrct9rs 'La1v. 'JB \ bI.UI. LITY-SF.fU. ILITY- PEfil'eT.' Ill'S' 'aliaUexjw**for.l" bf fore. thf t uUtT(: tf'. "

E '.- "t.! : style of art, with about ti'toiy pages of letter y yirine of the power vested in me by Law ',.'..". SHOO. : OO. ,':. in llIowi PilatljafW!tlie r t'luQ a, o( July, a fit, 4 ,
"" : I"'hr.ri
MERCHANTS.I pr e. I Jiail expose for wile before' the Court lloUsc TE .i1LLTJALLFE I SVRICE. will JI"y.ftf' lf'a..pl'tIPt'rtt "r o' mutt tltu) II .

,. M. 1lt.A.4rltl. Dealer\ m duple and Fancy Dry WD put the work at the low price of $3 the in toe chi of Kit. Au iMine ".n llie nr!l Mund.lY'o'' ( 'la> r('O 'IPA r L t Ow,. ; pvnme..dii.'state,.I' And 10.PountytIv aQ. ..l'C-I9tI'' !1'.

a I jGuods/fcooier of George and I'ieolaiajstreeis; Mar- Hemi-lUIIIUII'' ..volume or 25 cents for a binglu May J6.3 Ute foiluwiug de t riued- property or bmuch OF NEW YORK NO.35 W-ALLSt., 1 4 It. wit.4 'a .,(

I 'ket Squire; .* numb t. All subscribers" |uymg tor Vol. 1 ,in ilicretif a* wlI.uy the 1't.1and county axe? Jtr Ac-cjuiulaied Foo, Nov. tat, JB-I! $)(Qt'" 2000 Atrt J1 t hnJ. ',&tf to ..kbtaxm.3 'O\V. '.. .

t, 'uurungame & llowt-Corner ,of St. Geergend advance, will be entitled lit receive ax a preniuiri and! the Gecrary expciuc; .iuc.dt-ut. !iJcrrya.it -, .To i tUOU,securely invested in Uonds and M.Jlfa-:. iJOlbk to. 13.t1jtI'n a'Jt'rtiVJi! i,: n!'"9." yr.P 1\, ;
,. Treasury Lane. the superb plate, engraved on Hieelxizeinperiul w : .unreal' estate m thU city1 an J Crooklyn, nn.l "tt'l.it ;! year la befi"ti'p'wt i I .\)1 I It! .

.. p A. Bn'ought 5. e"rr. Wholesale and Retail!, dealer ii .oliu% ,'J.lck in Office,* after the celebrated A lawn !lot within ilie, tin*j, of Si An:nst Je nt aptace I ,' iitr : i d C'T: cf New j"orii anl lTnt'il' I l South iv-.fi.i: 4JHJffh i <;n> tcl 1)1"111\ It"J' t\i\ 1 tk .

of fir.n quality Family GrocerieiMj/u!! kinds., LI- pfcturu nf F. Landsecr ruved G. called aVurih City (liiWilvVr, aL of H'lot; of ihs :tai (iovfrnineiii. x rJJlg 17.. T I' \ rwt il\.rdllJ.eaJ.9 ,lidr.. .

..q1lo! &. No.9JSast aide Cb4rtoT1S| irelf, No/th Metzeroth. en late noKin'K-'lIU sfssed to J. G Filiignnt .nJ ",1.-). Tin fund, i i. r-ipi'-llj increasiajc b,. *widely i exten.. by l rowi. !faQ'la.. ris 5% .*: t. ,

'.(the PitbLesju1jti .k0 Jf \ ; : fr verti-ed for sale for non payment ol tnxt forMflizj.Uneftlaxii ded ami) projpvrpus bpes:5;:. 5* 'ijt r"". '.'* & LTu.iM 'n.4nJlp ... .rP. pai, -, i1ak. ,
I *. vie,-gt fifrtX j/ealer in Bbple &i4 Fao3IDrT. Tlie, pubhjner will wpply "pPet'1 n. nunrbers aud rip/u.-, aie paid tni::day if, / The Curnpauy declared(. dividend ol profit pf fif- S 5.
Aiern muf P'wtiuas'erJ T.
Kirdiuitously tu .f :
...o2., West' sid* of Charlotte iwrm/a few doors ; sale v tv-two pejr cent on aq exibiiug pv'icitlfoa' -'heSlst li.' gOYD.sheriffnnd ex-off/
-w. .:! g u BfTreasury Ifcne' and will make linernl urrangenien;< with them R. D. ( lXOV.Shprilf''n.t, yx .md"{ Jniiuajy, 1848. r foo '1'.x AIf'aNtur .nd CQllcctur r. c.
> ;. tl ( lor circulating .UNlVttRSUM.. lie will I PtlatM January li't.I l!.r 3.: '
& "4U4.V Qlenle ud Ittai1 dealer Tux A!Msvjr. ;|ud/Jo\iii; :. J. c., All the Profit arc .\'i/ ed ninon!,, .' .
t '114.:: OCJd4"'JJrocerJe'. CJj&11 ore OD the l11K. supply Clubs of two persons at'0I> halt a Oct. Ifi. 1" r". t the (-Ui!' nrcd, i .

I iroUnI tk'r 9C the thty HotelUifCo &.: 8tur year; of five pyr.mti at $10); and ot u I larger --. I The nrem'nm. are iwi/nhli in tzi.sh annualh. "'m. l ljnnnaliy I Tax' Ut/ilectH't aU' .

"Charl, "tut,' uowara'*. ldiftl' number ul thuvam, rnteK. 1,000; 0"Hi. a.t' .v. .. .' o'r quarterly/interest L bei gPJd Jibe ,virtue of th. power ve feJ, in me by law t *

'A/um V It N. Pinkhtm. Dialed in ,Fancy HERMANN Jt MEYER, TO dBLf. PICTORIAL AND OTHER UrtEFULWOUK4 deferre payjuiuu. r JLP shall expose' (or Ia belortr the Court iiiHae nj I '
Good,. &c. opposite' the Planters Hotel, on Jut., f No. 1,64, William street. New Y.-rk. ; FOit tiir.. VKMI t Itfj3. The cash principle ndcpfed !br this 'rompony |e. t ualka, flU the first; Monday of; July next the l lol,4' .'

s\de Charlotte slreel, -Mires to the pariir for wfioW neHtthe innuruiicesnre l luwii.jj Je cribii' property or au much thereof ns w.LAlfl

1 fedrn Butt. Ieslerj;Groceries, Provisions,fcc. A MAUAZINE OF PUjtB MORALS. Siout DOLLARS A rEAl! : filleted, the whole of the advantage} *, wiUioutt y Hie tftaie mm cotmty last'. and neceary 'U'- Jpeuwa > _

\ corner, of Cuua Ind'',. (George street. W AN'LED, in e' ery county of tiuUi )}.-.l >ulj>]ecting them 10 the heavy drawback of accumu dUI/left'un/ tu ,h. .Jt;

F. J."?,' ne,. Watch maker and Jeweler, on I PKTKRSOiVsTlAGAZIN1-1.' Mate*, active ana"eiitTpri) ,Jii
4 .George s-et., nearly opposite office of Dr. Peck. gag. in llie sale of some ol'th* 1 ht-sl C
I. That. NtUjH. Retailer of Boots, Shock Caps, O" The Bent and Cheaptst Ladies' Magazine. com try. To m-u 1 uooj adJre, iWffbiug 'n nml the' lives of 01 h"l'I. A iiiarriej woman can 10: 2'.2, iNiunded f n
1I'laud Dry Goods, east side Charlotlee street, A NEW VOLUMti of this popular periodical wi.l' mall cu|>itnl I of\"r" m 82.i lu $I lOO\iMicli( imlucenirnu !' cure the life of her husbanJ. the benetiisof which tire South by main s'leet,ainf North oy madison strert.upf' '

i' corner of Charlotte, street aud Treasury Lane. commence with the ,J noaa, DUlDb.er (or 1853. whicn will I 1k' otfered us lu tliable. them to uiukeHrwiu $1to cured by lawlurthe: exclusive use >fh'relf or chil. j")il to Lf owned by VauJenhur/ Giles 3f UofTul" .. .

I IIi 4 Lwrenci Andrea.. *Tailor Charlotte street,, will be :ready by the, Isi'of December auj will be the 85 a cluy t prufii tlrt o. Unlc laX-s uJ < .zponacs are. paid ,brfore '" .
d,0r -
I nek'r/he, Fort. ; most superb ever publ'uhed. IDThe: Hooka published by u* nr" all n eful in Clergymen and all others dependent upon 8111.,- !11\. 1 !,

t' '. : John UfiM.: Boot maker Charlotte street near r The only Original DUI zllle. their character, exirrineiy pojiutar and command rifs are specially invited ro uvuii ihfiiifcviveft. of n resource : R, T. BOYD.sheriffanJ rx.off. t

I .. 'I the City Hotel.' This is DOW the only Magazine that gives origins! large fcale.whepTer they artoffered. .whereby their purvivingfamilts may b aecncd, Tax .\ .sfMor and Collector r. c,* *' .

,\. 0 Michael Nelliganf-Cabinet Maker, Charlotte articles rxclutively : Mrs. Ann S. ia tephens. the editor for. further p irticulars udJres d!ota2e paid), rom the evils otpt'mury. Pahtkn, /annary lstJB53., ,.
streetb. low, Tentuerance Hall.! ItO Ul.k.TIC; : I'CBLiKHbK Painphlns!
1 'xiilniuitory of the Mctiiil
and all the best American writers, principles I '
are regularcontributors. : J
j. .' ; Barttlo Olitcrot. !3lack smith aDd Gun Smith, More thrilling stories,. tales and DOVeis Ibl William 3rett.New: York. Lite III''un.IIC.dud iiii.etratlug ,i ini adyantvces, with 'fax Collector*. &.e: Ifif
\; near in* North Gate of 1853.itIIF' forum
I i I .J.I .City. have appeared in tins; periodical, in the last teu February 51h\ ofapplii-nnon.mny be obtained it the: office ui )P virtUe of the power vested in ine)by law ( < ,'

I U : .' BowtiHf JJley. Liqai t and years, than in all time of At"put together. The tone -'- 't\.L i. '.r. .lU. the Company Wall st., or of any of its agents.. shall exptwe for ale before the Court Hutu illt't

:q m I" ,\ .'. Bridier Ct. Hotel. Kefrethmentt' by' IH that) of the higheitt moral purity, so that every family Jos B TRUSTEES. Pilatka;'oit the riistMouiIagol July next,the follow .\ '. ,

i I : Philip Gomet., Retailer Liquors, Refreshments where there are daughters, should have it. Receipts PETkR LU iii.L1 Rn. MAXUFACTUBER, Wm J Collins, David C Cold n, l ing dejcrjbed property or so much thereof as will pay f'
I. '
S &e. patterns for embroidery and eve/y thing usefulto N.. 4 CA'atAa/1I at., 4Vew York, Hyslop Alfred Edwards. the late and county Ik.lrlIlD4. ;
Charlotte' atreet, oppoite IiriJier. Howling R II l\lcCUff" neceatMryfnpeiues: '
Wm Bens ,JI
1 the sex, appear monthly. due thereon, tu WIt '
;; 'AU r. : '. for saU following ankles warranted Ered Winston Joseph ) t :. \a
.' ", Colored Fashion here Only. OFFFRS quali ty:-*-)Iaccoblly;' culch.LoaibeFreuch C W Faber, Isaac G P ariop A piece! of land in the Townvpf Palatkaknqwn or j

: ; : STAJGE* OFFICE. : No other Magazine now gives colored steel fashion Itapee and other .-OIitrt',also Fine Cut Tobacco John P'Yelvertojs. Henry Wells.' : designated on a mapur plat of said town aathrNortii
I .. Office oftPicolita.) .I.taUStage. Bridier's City plates, as this doe '. Full letter-press de'scriptiun nc- in tin-foil aud papers; a more: particular cription I Theo Sedgwick. >Vm MooreXebeJee !.(, half h of Clock No. 23, bounded South by the.Soata 1Pt.

', IIltr1., "I : *" t uompan'y each monthly plate. This i&, in fact, the of the various articles c an be known by sending for a ,Stacy P. Collins, Cook half of said Block, Last by 2d street, West by 3d.

t : .:}t.!.,. .' lex-boox of fashion': and indwpensablti vto all who ,full price current as aboue.St. John H swift, .Jonn Miller, street, North by main .'r et.owntd by the heirs otto '',

:" I' CHUJtc' iEs. would know how to dress elegantly,yet economically : Augustine, Januar.' 15th.. 1853.3mos. John Wadsworth 1 David AComstock J. Phillips. .

,, ; Romtk .CalioZicChv.rck.t: North aide Monumenaqnye It enablei every lady to le her town dre4inaker.Miiaificeiit S M Cornell; R/bert Unless taxes and expenses am paid before day of ',
.' 'I'. S 4\oritE: /? Shnyler, sale. 'f. "
: / j : JlezzothU5' GOUT M Wilkin 'I.*fi 'j
Jfc/neg Chambers
4 fiJ: #c';,., Chtrck. South aide R. T. BOYD. wrift'lad '
I. Monumentsquare. other Cngraviiig" hereby given to all persons interested in the Estate V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman. rz.oS i

g ooulh Predrd of, :On: Ju (;eorge atreet, The mezzotints and steel engravings, one of which, IS ot Peter Mitchel 1, as creditors, heirs Legatees Fred VhittIeey Moses II Grinnell., t Tax Assessor and Collector r. e, : '.

1 thesquare. at least,appear in every number, are unrivalled for: or otherwise, that th.l under iined. Executor of Charles EI"V n J Bunker Palaika.January 1st, 1&53. ,.
K .v MtthodittEpite; Char4. Su George street ti In said Peter Michel,intend, a'afu r the expiration of six I John C Cruger Eugene .
beauty illustrations well Dutilh
\ ae ir 'UieMi ncUa Hooaa as aa reading matter, Ta Collector'*Sale.
i j ,U ):.. _' indeed this Magazine is without an equaLs In fact, months from,the dam l-ereby.to present his accounta I Walter Joy Francis Ialhrop, : Y virtue, of the power vested in me by law t 'J
raii OF thitittkt only iUvttrated Magazine in the country and vouchers to the Judge oi Probate for the county olat. 1 Alfred'Pell. ..10 Thatcher.n. B shall aale
CpUftT.RATEaN expose; for beforethe'Coutjlaose 1w'
i '. I" 1. ,J :' + 'nrFln A.. : _. ,,. ; which Mat ileadily iHerette, in cir vlatip ettry J..hDJ,fur a final settlement thereof and also to t JPS5PHB'COLLINS, Preaidepu Palaila. on the.first:.Moqdaf of Jniy.aext, the tjjS&9""I.VT '.
said Probate for )his
"t apply to Judge discharge AAC
f ear, which proves bow luperio til s.. from I A.p1 tec J'tr rr. ; .10g dHnilwd
Ir ., JrO.w.r"1Y .mum."!
: ,, '"t the aujninkuaaon.oViid" EeU'e"and ueotof'L' \ .Josu..BVrC llot.._ .f'. .
S -.rtlfUJIf. ... .:Term bcn _f All. 4 .', i h _
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ct'. ... 4 L '. r.oIt 'J 4oLMr.fur uee ccpicsd.flawt.tra :$ iti1 .:" A rU71fAM.t'fi ." !.' ,... ."",

., 1. t.,. k 1 COT.C .onlU'"a aif,firtr'fet'DIa; \' l3.. 852. .; ...: .1..t" ..'. .. .' _
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'r ." tfJJelr:'., : 5: ; \ r. 't 4 I 4 qJJI th "f refPauaoi.a, ,'Iecon"Twae..t bra. .- *, ranj '27.'ttMC. oa>Btides'6ywbM>
Olfcp W'IlIfCHEiiEk'M utra Family aid o.; I .
I lands. _
dayta April. ; PRMIUMS FOR CLUBS.-To repay persons get. : Castile>,oda, Almond. tif
gfven and
all .
Creditors tfpse.LSPIC
r Ferihe' Maricn.at up'clubs' the hereby to UeJT1. Legatees 'Unless taxes and
bounty Ocala, fourth MondayafApril. : ling following splendid Premiums will ,f8 and*oil era interested in tTie' Estate of JOSEPH I SpIc. expenses ire palfors diy of
t. ?'
v II be sale.
For club
given : of three 1jJ
| *! a or five a premium '

.Jor the coatitLes orA,1aChu; and Le!". at New, 4t. 4- plate, 16by24 I Inches- magnificent offer. Fora L on U the SANCHEZ expiration, of ofAX:StTjohoa'ponnty months From the deseaaed.date hereofwe thai) A Wnger. Pepper, Mve,.Currie i\UQ1eg. Cloves, CinnaJPOD, R. T. BOYD .htri6 lad ex off. :

a "isville, firm ''Monday ia May. club of'eight} a copy of the Magazine for )1852. Fqr r will apply to the Court of Probate for the other eeencea. : r01"du. Vanilla pod Tax Asseatrr and Collector
t f rWthe Couay of Columbia club sixteen, anextra (lc&3and' County PalatkaJanaary lat 1853. .
at: Jtator, on the. copy a premium ol Johns aforesaid :
St. inal
tot a | settlement of Pre.ervn ,
1 : #eco d Monday of.1Iat. :, > plate in addition. our siud .ii.a. :

.fr J l I. ., For %_count r of Naasan, at Najaaa C. H.,on thel 1 Addressed, post-paid, toCHARLES account there9f.with said EataLeIDd't.. discharge aa executors LIM t-,Oranges,Cocoa Pjqms I Pine Apples! ,pna, : Tax Collector'* Sale, : ,

;: 'f IV nd1.l lP the'faarth Monday in May' : J. PETFRSON, PEDRO BENET Jelly. Currant JelIyK fiirawberry* Raspberrjr. By: Jinne of the power vested la me by law I ft ...AU
t. < r For Use county oCD Bval, a. kaonville. on the ,4. No. 93 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.TO JO.stTPH E POMAR. )\ P.Ifl.. Fruits Peace, Apricots Green Gages, East India Gin, expose for sale before the Court House

l urth Monday ft Mar, 'j '. I II St. Oct S in their own Juice Raisins, Almonds! BotJaux'in r.latka-.on the fist Monday ofJaly next,the following 't
16th 1852.
'!1 I'' Forihe"C iM..jf o4St. John's, at St. Augnitin LAItttE PIIA.it'I'Elt I Augustine thell.Brajil DIll English walnuts, Filberts described enJ or so much thereof as will pay 1
j' i .I..ihe second M i. idayii" June.n .' Valuable Tracts oi laud for Sale.fpHE TUITION.rIH6 Apples .Citron. Pmnes.m wood,glass and tin,Driem I the state and county .taxea and neceauuy expfasrs doe
Figs. f
I "ALL TUX 'et Florida Oranges at'ietaiL ,to wit. -
r FojAeeountlea oCQrucealut"8t. | subscriber as Agent ot.the several owners Subscriber at the, request of many of his B. E.CARR. 3911 acres one half 2d and the other half 3d rate
beforeUefirsl.'aoadaiif Novemb*. Tnesdav' Ja. offers for sale some of the v mosi, valuable lands JL friends has been induced to undertake the tuition St. Augustine Dec. 18th, 18.5!2. land doable! taxed granted to the Heirs cf William

1 Folthe Bounty'ofWtnara. at& Pilatka* second in East Florida to wit: of a limited number Pupils. He therefore contemplates Pantom and advertised for noupaymcnicLta.xes for the

T Tnesd y b0fl the first'Monda, of Novirab'r 800 acres vs.lnabre'hammock land, West of Flern. opening a School on Wednesday the first TE.\AIER CAROLINA, just arrived 6' day* year 1852,being section 37 39 and 40,private.surveys '
For the ington,'known aa the Gibbs Lands in Marion Co., day of December rextat the hou e from New York with, in .ad
I I countjof8t'Jowi'a.on; the fifllc"l\JoadlY recently occupied 1 Cramberrica, Apples,Po. township 9 range 25 and 26:and bounded North
in. November. the. llOU cres near the Alachua' S Savanna, known as I as a law office by W, A. Forward, Esq.; adjoining tatoes. :Onions, Buckwheat, Hickoty Nuts, Datea, by public lands and a grant of Thomas Forbes Heirs,
1% For the of Nassan Garey Grant. |\lie residence of Judge E. B. Gould. Confectionary Olives, Capers oathe
county Catsup Preserves
t2 A Thursday before, the ,Shot, by public lands, on the East bypubtic
1400 acres in dan Felasco Hammock Lead
He will leach Powder
Newnant'vilte. ail the
rthird Mondaots'iocemb r. near Elementary branches of Caps &c., New Cider land and
4rl1r known as'lhe Lawton an Ale, Porter, grant of the Heir of Thomas Forbes and on
'. ) 1 Forth county *T Duval), on the third Monday of Lands. English! Education, Jpehing.Reading; Writing Segars,:Wines. Cortlials, &c.Tobacco, llama, Beef the West by public lands.
Several ,
thousand acres good and in the Pork, Lard
November. Pine. and \rUb lfUC. Butter, < rackesa. Choice Teas, Stew Unless! taxes and are paid before day of
dondo'JraDL. expenses
For the" eoanty' Marion: on the first Monday ia He will also give instructions in the theory of Surveying arts Syrup, Coffee, Spices, Cheese, Maccaroni, Ver sale. (
d% 1000'lc on Hajifax River, South of St. Augustine micelli
Navigation,and Mensuration. Uice, Dried ,
H' f I
December, IS Apples F.
\ ; ,&. ; ,known as the Bulow,Plants tion having 800 Alack en I, for Beef Codfish a Jt T BOYD,\ttlntT DcI u-gfr.
For the ccrnities\1acbu and ,Leyy, on the second acres of upen, land IIl table for cane and cotton/ TEaKs ru QuABTU.--For th Elementary branches. ,'' ian.8th1953. B. E. CARR. 'Lax.AssessoraodColl.ct0r70 .UPalatka IIIIiI.

4 Monday in December.' < 1 And several other bodies of hammock land [ 06 per quarter,half quarter in advance. a *, ,January Ut, 1853. .
; Fortheeuuntyjof: GotemWa, on the third Monday navigable on. Surveying, &c.$3 extra- .. .
craters. .
1 in 1 December.L, ,! ) .'' ? r :v The titles are nadirabted and 4 Surveying, separately pet quarter $6. 00 Statlollar,. -. -ISU. line,,Cotton flax Hemp aaatd-fiibbookJ, 44

i The U.8. 'DitiletCitirtat $L Augustine,on th- to 1' GEO. R. FAIRBANKS llow-App11.' Hoars of laiiion from. 9 to 2 O'clock. RE EIPD by Brig Tremont ID excellent as. JII: cast net twIne .anti1 Lamp wick, Powder ia ,

,. .!ItM6aa&1Ititl V .,L. Vaiifc'A.'i > '1 1i.I".l !' b 28. I$2 St. Auguatin JAME8. M.. GOOLD.. and description Uortment o'prim,.Stationary or ,elnrie ,. flaaks, fr kegs shot mid. Percussion. Caps Ftiatt, :. [
Florida. .
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