The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00131
 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 23, 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: UF00048575:00131

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\ they oliki.?no satisf. -' :t' fI ATthe end ofa few monlhs her djf,j Lhus :
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.i'. "s le efl.c it1et rrt. by *o rqUe"ions.{ *\ I' : y-s op un t Dinner time earner .
", ;.,' We wjlliiOBr JeV'e,Stth\and J :'he !tory of'Romulus rid_Rtmusbeing sucR 'ficulties being\ cried She vwen".tQ her friend ifs J!o beD was rung; the ,
the gram mea to 1umn'up
regai t* ,
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B. led; a' is fabulous but iGjise to *pay the money and receive 'lack her a uateclh s cravat brushed .
journey to tfhplefre fold! the operations by jtrolf accepted as ; tf@ up his whiskers, &
t""r.oaranaialled W111h, .anrttSt"I'MQ' .. cwels. The man readily received the but iaous lathes and e
statement j money ;
r r the, 'at lioiac Siid ilary s/oUowiog s'trictly true.\ ; essayed to depart t '
''tJ7 'Ad tfttl notla+:cd. kith, tie "I" .bad leftr.!! .; the' Oboys In the kingdom of 0pdc some ten declared to the astonished,Jady that as tQ the jeWels ', "Stand} sir I 1", sa$4he"itranger suddenlnto-J '

twwnatrt red coutiiped ft ( years ago, he had never heard of.thun,'and tb t no transactionbad ring himself; with a,toe .
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t try. .1ppoejt thep pcu.d maim by a male child of about eighteen months olcl was mark, oWjptly in .
a... J P4 91,' / : It "'t.ton't iJ2 WIDgTtf', ..", mIFfed by its parents it was supposed to havq T1 e senora, indignant place.at the, merchant's treachery front uaeyoureadladjnan.of the' French stud.*& "if r you boss"Jhat .

i .1' d.C1' on : 8? on.t knOW', xnr tcted; .her'sistrr; 'but' oven carried away and depured by the; wolves, instantly repaired to thepaace! of the vice- .. The Frenchman ,t... t ,
} .f Oft iio &nUn'ued ,'I will soon'jiiia out;" and taking which are very plentiful in that part'of the woridi stood pal with A > l i
.1 pptfeMVorfy *ttrr* A'Jmiriiftrjtionj, 51 \ king, hoping for, justice from this western. Solo- The Kentifckian. ,
; to be moved
"bat was kitten's share winter nct-mus r -
of the Every niimbeis.of.children '
'. AllWteaAi tks wfll ft1 J morning: are. liestroyed though unable to conceive how it could 4 Bothremamed r :,
tT ) > ll"rlra.crat'l.tpjt Gil mpn >eobtained. silence for momenUwJS
& commence ,calling biiC by these animal? not id Oude but some
> -. 4, tit Tabby, T receivedno only Uj our own. She was instantly received by Count the Frenchman exclaimed ,, .
ii.wdvv. ? answer and determined -
prqvinces in the norlli west ; % .
'Mf'e investigation, H Revillagigedo, who listened attentively to her account "Is it possible *
.. t I difcriot *
commenced search
A J6 t$. paid on a and was not long in disHycring reserve the .- r
1p Abof seven alter the child wM
missing ?
years of the circumstances.: of passage'J" .? 1.2. ,
\ the dead
j Vbrite f ;
when cnIlingber _
.y l': t" ter she ,. sU-i a who.gaincd his livelihood by shooting,,m uHadno witness!" said the Count uy.ne," | "No, sir, indeed > did ,
jI t7 AU 1 ba bptdnrrid 4 mm'uolcttiooi t, and, asked communuaited her what fho had discovered the jungles saw a wolf and several cubs"andrrtth, replied she. line at your peril" you not. : Itad' pass this

,, be licit t'uD to tlve a u.n.11 remains,, adt as to what to do with the them an animals such as he had never Seen before.It .'.Did no. servants pass in.or out dorigg. the ;"But; how sh I t &t' '

: At first they thought of burrymg the was like a boy, but ran upon all fours.r The transaction I" /. *I "Ihere is the window, rilcf.ftJeTYed '

'. .'. ., but the spirit ofrc and hey kitten man followed the animal but was unabl$ to keep /UN 0 t. -,.'.. y ourself-you J41-use? that b 1"-

,;' { "1 ,r .4 1.>_ that on the return of eDge the ruled brothers ( resolve pace with it; he traced it however to a din, and a. The viceroy ref ected.* moment "Does' your. that doorl1r.doOr,' which j tY .01ot : t '. i
hVjkKtcnshouldj1 *" :" ", youme o Jetr .
Jo .. A .t Ir' be well served few days afterwards succeeded in taking the. friend' smoke t -%I & 'x* t- ,.t *? ,. .

'. DO G .cbmn nced, their operations.up, theyjforthmth' mal,' alive It barked, or rather snarled and "No,, sir," said' the lady,',astonished at'Tikis' The pw'Frenchman was fairlY) JI' .
; .. ijp "- growled like a wolf;; and attempted to its strange question.* .%:"' ***.\ tats hi c\ndtt. ; ,
M ,01 At ny other time they w ald hare hjte cap- a q .,y admada aIl t" 4.
'It ." t | away.from the with Burned tor. Theshe-kolf and her cubs followed, the mm j "Dogs he take snuff asked the .viceroy. hoes and en y.' scene dlcgiist bu novrthc toox5in-
,.. .J' 'alma cJn[ 91r :. wish to retaliate gained ? for some distyice, and several rimes showed >' Yes, your excellency," said his visitor, who .passion OIl' and tttnkinT) that a ,
.. ,, ascendancy over of .desiro to tho'ani'mal feared that his excellency's wits wool-gather. third ur a 1t.fjl ,
of symptoms rescue were
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their the
A 'Jb it"a a 1"1 h wr 9' grieftor favors: pet; and it was not Is "wbt.lwa 4 ., "
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I 'J ..... I long before the kitten dressed as the man was armed, they did not venture to b ed rip to be, said tosnew Men !:-Y""Sir
v ere > bl t rrip ; .. that might'do honor to was in a manner, attack him and at lAst they returned' to the jun "That sufficient," said the viceroy ; "retire in order t7utt we naz < : S.'*
1jDJlyb knight of the butcher ill
Mlwori any into the chamber and& & .
.J knife. 'The gle. adjoining *// quilt: your : ablt, 1, that
carcass was now put into the pot \il rai6edor' wdf I.and swung over the fire in the old fashion fire* The animal was exhlbite/l at L cnor', and'aus--Ii jewels shall be restored. the ;

t m,1itId; SIT t Jj3 place,* ed soma sensation. It"was eventually handed His excellency then dispatched! ft messenger hman ,

O fife*V*.ce to tone brut***; .After having done this! and burned ipejbrfs 1* over to"one of the authorities (an English officer) for the! merchant* who inimeiT* < X ely .'presented* &S: of SS35Saj8ta. i

A'.. jftining coat 6f their;'fitvorftc. Susan Alary who halo cage made for it That it was a huipan himself : e.Y ry best friendi V w

Wee mfCkt i do good*.J''.1 '1, .+ fotlnd vent for their grief in tows-ys tScy did being no one could doubt t 'though never stood, "I have sent for you, said the viceroy, t&af .. *3 i> 1 .

'. '- 'In f thawwnd enihl "a ; shod tears, for: they loved their pet excessively erect and Qever'uttered any sourd.cxcept| prowl,* we may talk over some matters in which jour" "One of t'TIean 4.vu.. ... I
mercantile knowledge be of to the I
mad use
and to have it or a hoarse bark.' It State. Many "
of in this refused f description instances
disposed ; Tjy hsrtijbecn cited
flue manner sccinca of
ttf aria rto ?, I.- The merchant, "overwhelmed with gratitude j and meanness .. r 'J
cruel aadmbre oflbod that cooked J{rlt- several
than-once they vas ; W0111&1 cat persons have been
were tcmPtcdtuty.the only hela'a r .
daegduepri lt < Z.3..A and while.the Intend into ver pas exam
T joy ; coo !
; i> fa" -; ples
aojjr fcoiling; kitten;;but as of nthing rPm ; vichlts'ould dEvourlvoracibusy.Cloth.s tion with him various affairs + possessing that quality in. the.siAerlitive
In- LIP bump whbptr \\"U6.mad for it tart it\tore them otf upon connected with degree. tno'of thefmost .*
; and
'I ; ;rijrifcnge| they resot.ed i liis "em\eat mob of this I .
." J' ving "r nr' net ., ,; [ persevere.. Ii ',. 4 .. with its teeth. A ran sD Cll11ts811ed from the profession.the v :class that we eve|,knew was ft,,bass carpenter' ". f

d t ltI bcal.i. i dl \Ve will now 'fek after Seth, and ,Jamc .and pores of its skin, ancfits skin was mtcred with Suddenly viceroy putt hsndJlrsttinto' whp Hved not.farJ'rom un etts. He r .
then into the other
and pocket with the air of h3tl
\' how fared Vith them while short thin hair. The soiell was tliafof the wolf,- a : ffcofrse, a.
upon their.tri to youngest apprentice, on thum ;
hJYI'Won. I his
; 4 f 't'\1 a rte. 1* whom it liad bocn It ,man who bad mislaid something. "Ah, said h,- ;
;. ". ,t fe w. *; .. -,*- by brouslit t ) was very meatless concentrated l, like the of the, '"t
"t4 i There partiil to l h rdbonc8and woiAd chew and digest! 'my snuff-box I Excuse Cora moment. whileI : rajs ,
Iin I .do was nothing 1 locojrrcd upori their dawn- > suA.converged by a turning glass '
[ fetch it from the .
p f next
ward passage worthy* of.jji.lice; ; they a/rived at them u;a dog would. In.a word tliis: animal hul.adopted room. # ,The boy whom we will call Joe
Wither lowly i ifor'tae "Sir said the merchant and.who
rgrrsl "permit me to have was
B- -ate, disposed oftlitirMcargo''to Ihdrsatisiactiop all the habits of i it* foster-mother-the very shrewd and cunning I '
1 dn-d it not can jed', and their .he-vrol Crowds of natives daycame to the honor of offering my box to your exceoIlenc\.n submit to much withal was obliged to
purchased every
.mUf stores rigor as .
regarded the
His received it. if of*
", Bfjjiie purse or e ute.If uot forgetting the two quarts of old Seta Cruz, Jook at the Etrahge creature, and at lest the wo excellency as mechanically, his labors and the scantiness of his severity ,
in his clothing and r
jt till
holding hand an talking
it bf bot a erp in the hUla brtv nn jag, or the half pouad 9f saua': manvho hid lost her. child was among the epee pretending food. One evening Joe was
supping the
business he on
lit some went out and calling an officer frag
their mother tators. certain marks animal she meats of Fiat
Of cold water thit' given, for at home. By upon-the .a repast had been set before .
t W* find tH cnj recognised in,it her missing offspring but she desired him to take that snuff-box to the guests*,,-the some i
U, the widow' two mites,. nearly ready for s* start and ; merchant's house, asking his wife as from him good wife had "had company" thai,
pulling off theiif coats ohomeadc the was by no means anxious to have it restored ; : afternoon-and he committed
r.-. It to iomf thing for Jltllna.l'Y"l" apparel, by that token to deliver to the bearer a case of the enormity of apf ,
to her. On the contrary she regarded it with :
.' better to ply the oars. | plying a of
Sf I lump butter that
| *'HereSethw said J''mes !' extreme horror and disgust [i to a chunk of .
hand that gingerbread
.'NoptrD L1bt. you just : The iceroy returned,to the apartment and re' which,he was about, .
1 snuff here, and I williput'it in the .starn' wh.'rc' resorted to to tame : to swallow. Alas for J [ '
.' Every nv arts were the.ioy ; maincd. in conversation with hw guest until the I et'his master opened the.
.," '1 \.m.Elf.' j', n;'K.TTElf" |i'W not wet "and that jug,*' continued 5 "we but without effect. Shut: up in his iron cage, he officer returned, delivered to him,.jewel- kitchen-door just as he was opening his mouth, of

will put. here between: us. where we can get t it, sam-d to pine, and would never touch food until case which he had received from the'merchant's e and before he could! ,swallow the delicious. morsel. ,'

.. 't : _o..THZ.SEErER.. ,.t; handy. forced to do so by the pains of hunger. It would his crime was detected ''

:! II- .. po.. The painter was noV cast olT, the oars clinckcd: Bark been dangerous to let him go out of tho cage; wife.Revillagigedo then returned to his fair The indignant master was struck agnastv at ,
'if" sketch witfftho exception of com .
'I' lv in the rowlocks, andhe'unoe, shot out into thy for he wai savage as any will beast of the desert. and under of firSt by this specimen juvenile turpitude out :
and plainant pretence showing her some
frilly true, actually oc- he seized ,
tJ"c.&m !, I I Numerous attempts were made to teach him tospeak the young epicure the if
by hair
rooms in the led her into
palace, where pfbJs
one, among -
the which
I yt BAibore' a mile fjpm, placet at "i tell you" said J* fI"we shall liaW to pull 1 :' ; but he uttered no sounds beyond those many objects of value, the j wel-case stood' head and gave him an unmerciful beating. .

1f'tHibg. '( M to get up agautst this por-wesi.r, atu rc 'I alrtady mentioned. He lived for about a year, Joe wentto bed. sorrowing, but comforted. -
I 'I' ; W AbbftgadAsctt Pout \n. ODe pr the first b'ghwater became in that skeleton open. himself with the reflection
\ << ; i i"V and time\ a perfect living No sooner had she cast her it than that he was fourteen
igteef Ibr that i i't upM settled upon offered the Kenncbcc, aboveMb s'" answered Svlth,: and perhaps we shan't J J.ust previous to his'death he said a few words, she stared forward in joy and eyes amazement upon The years old and that 'he had "but .. years
the reason that it great advanm killed that kitten ha which file who had of hinxundersood more to be flogged for
gtl any supper because we ;il mu charge her wait there eating buttered
to little
te.! over other places of getting to the tat viceroy requested a longer r, .ginger>,
g wasn't it rich. .
(I.al! "f i! ; to be those, Scar durd Lena, (My head. and returned to his other guest."Now .

:;.: i It was quite rough pwning; to the wind having1 l aches.) ; I ," said he, "before going further, I wish Joe was ingenious, and before he had composed' \ : '
foreseen the ndaboTfc "
t t been blowing marl! + aU day, and Jamrs"aN- the instance himself sleep that night he had formed'
oij This ja not only on record of a to hear the truth concerning another affair in ft plan.
acid bad chosen for
I spoken right; when ho said that they should have to pull of revenge upon his. .
mastery .
wolf !liaviug brought up a young child whom it which are interested Are acquaintedwith
fat 3b of his !dtutioo Ute you you
1 .
e Opdr&Uons, ft
upon some, bat with two jweh sturdy watermen asSeth had carried away from i its parents. Some fourteen the Senora de--- According to his plan, he rose ,early the noxt .

banks of Merrymesting Bay; which uu all ac- and James A-tt the oars,the old dugout months ago an'animal \v&3 taken? in the district Intimately, sir; she is my friend."t morning; and as he was hurrying on his clothes
with tb p geopraphy of this State know, he muttcred- .
behaved manfully, and notwithstanding the of Mozuflcrnugger, and brought to the stationof "Did .you lend her eight hundred dollars at
at situated upon the Kennebec. about twenty water was rough no accident befjl 1 our her ? ". "I'll fix a story the old I
I s( ) Meerut. It was a boy of about five years of. I such a date? on, feller-HI raise) the ..
ties from lift BI09VK leariaftln and in due time they arrived at the old la.doo age, and a more revolting sight it would be difficult i "I did." laugh igin' him-111, lam him.to lick me so like o
It bid ade the and by I
ft ( forest blaZes.s .
ing place where hitching the cane to the, old to conceive. The palms of the hands, and Did she give you a case jewels in pledge?" t
tit d skilful
perseverance HA management pine stump, and discharging their Mcargo," uponthd soles of the feet were as hard as the hoofs of a Never t" said the merchant, vehemently. soon as Joe was dressed, he rushed. .$to..
i--W with Ms twoos, in getting as the bank started for the houie the streets, and toward
thly as mightwell ran the '
Iior. ee. His movements were as nimble as thoseof "The money was lent without any security princjpaj, hojfe
MYt. is. so Jkr above-board as to build for himself bo supposed 1 hungry wet atid co'd for it ; bawling lustily simulating/ ,
a monkey ante not unlike those of that animal. merely an act of friendship ; and she has invented most chunorqus
ft tdUtanHtl, and what was considered at must be remembered that it late in I grief As he tore
wax autumn the
; Several English dogs which saw this child shewed I a story concerning some jewels which has not along street, Vellowiag
c llHl -h... a handsome dwelling house and the water or the 1 Kennebec rather vet at a deposition to. attack and destroy it (this was, the slightest foundation." like a yearling bull tad.rubomg ha eltM' ,;
trams hi *) family, consisting of himself this season of the at least Seth, and JamesA dingy pocket-handkerchit he
year of course prevented) while the child in return In vain the viceroy begged him to reflect, and naturally attracted
".I' fed wife two IOU Seth and James and two -found it so, for when their boat would shewed its the attention of every within
snarled at the dogsand teeth as thoughit not by adding falsehood to treachery, forces him person sight or
.:. Susan and Mary,lire. frugally and strike upon a wave, i it would throw a cloud it were upon these weapons that it would rest it to take measures of severity.; The merchant persisted h & B, y the time he had reached the front i

I"l' .. spray over them, whit )might have caused themto defeats This boy, too, like the one taken lA in his denial of the hotel, quite a crowd was ready 'to intern ).

1" town ,TE., WM the 11 i trading Btt take cold were it not for frequent warmings of Oude, refused to eat anything but animal food- The viceroy left the room suddenly and returned cept him as he.made a feint to rush by"What' t .

9-+", rWPf I_** and, het',, S&niftCrux... uncooked;,nor would it touch even that in the with the jewel-case m' his hand;, at which un' MTJ.. .'i the rk matter!" cried-ft dozen row- ., .

lo'.ftteriDI the P kftc.e> ,,thqlotin..va '0 board !' prc. a human.. ''.: .\,' ;:,expected apparition, the astonished.merchant deti'tit'sar, .r' ;
: to British ;changed color'and ]ot hls, 'ot Joettvtshtig. couat t\l1C4t'{u 4
+ Ii' Imt the provinces subjected rule! ; a. rewajd -, entirely presence AI.1. :.a" 'Ur."iIf .
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eJid They ". '. _
'' of 0 (iOMshOluigs) U given for ere IUUIUo < 't --9 rr ,. .
rupees ry
a .mt &a wftn|io feallng thenaehea' at the;, dead wolfi by the magistrate orders from The viceroy ordered him from i\ presence, "O l.'m1' Jterf.dead-I5ed, arfrjo iwrful_ ."( "'r> .
death oo-0 -r- "
the with which ; dear dear ,
detoursed J
cud gusto ,
by they ,
( ., e the government The natives,however, usually! with a severe rebuke for his falsehood ana treachery _
II" \ ., J Biy, aave4 }t their"meal,showed thai their appetite wai not contrive to bring them alive to, a station, where and an order never again to enter the palace.At Miour master dead! awful death I How did ,

< lipMXH, tSm would put to shame marry of the the least impairel by tlfe bard "p.;! which they: they allow gentlemen's dogs to worry them to the same time he commanded him to send, bmt it happen Stop lOur confounded bellowing,** .

i Her tusry built crafts of the present tatie, ; and hadbut on the contrary'their labor veined to have death for consideration in mone-prerious to tha-next morning, eat hundred dollars with five and teU us about it r

fcf the aaaoer te which old Mr.. A. or eithet1 of sharpened them up and with such djlligence did taking--them a to the magistrate and claiming the hundred more which he did and which were 'O, dear," said Joe his voice broken with '

,1,1 I WI teat aauiage the uncouth shaped thing that the plate of hash had nearly' dis reward. The port is no doubt ft very cruel one. by the viceroy orders, distributed among the counterfeit sobs "on:know wet'a small soul

I felt i they weN na. BO vices Lr Iman- tbtE before either of them spoke. -tied up as the wolf generally b-out people, hospitals. His excellency gave a severe reprimand my master had-wot a old feller (sob) be ww. :
the the first One to break the silence for money (sob.) Wai
.1it tag-OUta u Kempebcc was have little sympathy for a beast whit will often to the lady, for having made a bargain WIthout it pears that somebo ,
4 New thie, tocideaU which I am about to relate, with- enter the hut of a villager night and writing. sob) had suthia agin him (sob)and great. last. -
topfinii white Jan tact Seth were upon one I "Seth thins a first rate hah"usaa childfrom its mothers by side. These carry v 4. night-0, dear-it's so orful 1" V

.. tamvket. Mary and S I "JTes/1 answered hia*brother, '!and if you don't way'a have of late become less frequentthan depredations Reserving the Bight of i.aw1le. 'Look here young man I I.top that y'anL. .

", ,,i+ad kit* of which. exceasirely ; look sharp will have none for the kitten."- years tell the storyVal / '
fe' they were you formerly and ere long, it ii is but reasonableto l Once upon a time,, there came to this city a "
I"' ML weeirtog iromtfaeir hands every attention Coatis. he said-"girls what did' you makethis they will be of very rare occurrence young Kentuckian, for the purpose of learning \ my. master used to sleep (sob) wiffl his
': trdio% fin tarn aue4 iU its hXshfrom that it should be so .* t I' suppose mouth wide open, a snoring sob
mistresses by -albeit the utter extinction of the race be the sciences of medicine and surgery. He was ( ) and somebody
III, _. "jthwHW ." ftsdMemed by its purring I to "Now," thought the'girls, "ia our'time," and regarded as hopeless. may tall and athletic shrewd, apt and intelligent, with went last night and baited a'atcel-tnp with a ,

; WAMiNi for their many attentions. But it they answered. the intcrogation, with a low -__ ft'''little sprinkling' of waa shows, He was inducted Jo-pence and sot it on hu piller, and kttthed Kit l'

vntft dirt with the 'boys" who,sought '' '." SENSIBLE DOCTOR,-A handsome young widow into the Charity Hospital, and a room I in goal afore morning and left his body in thet>.e
w r p| rt Hy of insulting poor 'Tabby; not "&," said the bop not seeming to under, applied to a physician to relieve her of three distressing the third story given him as a study. On entering Boo-hoo-hoo 0 dear, dear I"Y ". "" .

:, <**f< lure Vwrd the kitty any ill will; but clad complaints, with which she was at uc le d. into his new quarters he was introduced to And with this Joe made a break through, the

1;+. +If W bpd in pit JiDI off jokes upon thet' a French gentleman, occupying the room astonished crowd and disappeared around cor
"Meow I again chimed in the' ?; ., 'when "In the first lace, said she, "I have little or young nor, while the %
| .G..t c.taJI backward in retaliail also a student The young Frenchman, it seems welkin} was ringing 'with'shouts o
& to smell {
,< began -, and springingfrom no appetite. What shall I take for that 1" laughter. -
|JB At JM i ierere xaaoner, as we shall their seats screamed. was very frank in, his manners, courteous, yet i\
.1, ". For that, madam,you should take'air and ex cold, and he thus addressed his companion : Joe's master did.not hear the. last of bis awful .

ti r, ", one morning in autumn, "F.Ata 'Nb4irZ/wha.t i410u' put in-* "Sir, I am indeed pleased to see you, and hope decease for a long tiine, and these who k4ow bin

t'' ware to ttka a canoe load of the to the hash! ferclSCond Doctor, I am quite figcty at night, and, that we may prove mutually ea.ble; but, m best-declare that Joe'a story"was no myth, tae ,

=f. to OMrket, and exchange it "3Le-y-o-w" answered Susan and Mary, afraid to lie alone What shall take for that T order that this may be the case, I will inform you that the longer'his body walks about, clutching t

''I lilt. II they toodmo t in need of; laughing, not being able,.to contain,their. (gravi&yanl.l For that, madam, I can only recommend that that I have had several former room-mates; with every thing (lift 'the law aDpws hmj.I'*' tha

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l.1 was decLUve. the blues pursue our studies together. This room, contains no such, .. incumbrance as a souL-Agricultor. ,.
Fie! Doctor I have What (
wwe maJdeg piip&naions to start "Oh! 4b I" roared Seth "we'.yeeaten! a 1t'shat I take for that?" t terribly.. two beds; as the oldest occupant t \ claim 4. > 'A> #
: taitt'itnd' nbyftUytkipped about ten!P" eppecach tester blah vg\1 springing to- the one nearest the window." : CLKAKUXESS may be said to be the Cos$

to PaT offs pret- ,wards the door, wbejfc he, as tM.sailors say cast For that, ma.cltm'l have besides takingair The Kentuckian assented. t mother of loy e. Beauty most commonly j pr ;
4tH tr .t 18 hit* ra, std the on- up his acocounts iri short metr;"while Janus exercise,, dt*ti. take-*-the newspaper. Now,"said the Frenchman, uI1ldraw a boundary diners bat pas&ioa in fh- mind\ but '

...oP to the 'chopp1a& I waa differently aSodud, and sinlcDglalo. ft chair, ." line between our territories and we shall _. eaettlr.iothePreserve ;"

wit.h aD axe, he critcL c Sensible xDoetor, that, each agree not to, encroactv upon the it *


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ir 4 James 'Morgan.wa .native of Maryland marked fate The satUtedanhnal slowly passed without spectacle was presented on Sunday hat,in several Yes my good ruder of St. Augustine 118 : e' keptbpen tt Vd \
raised his head and of the Protestant Churches of [
him was Episcopal this.
at tad won after settled : noticing Morgan ,
an early age nearItnrant' to.you in this tact for have when
M .nothing .new you nqt and a more connni +
: Stalpn, fa the *wflds of Kentnc about to offer hi tWte for his unexpected pre- city, which should have been witnessed by.those .be'
f t I Like most pioneer of the West heh&dlnt; sefvation when the cry of a pack of wolves open who ignorantly sander the institution of slavery, been accustomed for mapy years to have. this pro."cured. it is.c be Plopent ''. r. : ..

! the cane, built a cabin, deadened the timber, en- ed upon*and awakened him to a sense of danger. on the pretence that it denies the priveledges and prized vegetable upon your tables in profusion, --" .

[", dosed a field with a wtpot fence and.planted, lie placed his hands fcver his eyes, fell on acts ordinances of religion to the slave. On (he occa- at this season of the year.. But the citizens of irBl JJt first of Jane t .

,, some corn, atiiru db tfia. 17th of August, 17B2. face and in silent agony awaited his fate. He sion refemdto, kneeling at the same altar, faster Sew York Philadelphia and other large cities New Yorb City em'be b S 'Lo1,.
,. I TheBUnJtad descended; pleasant remoras ,I now heard a rustling in the bushes; .steps ap- and servant together received.t, rife of ton- Sixty three hours from the .
t playing through the surrounding wood, the caac achiriR, scold chill ran over him. ImainaI.tion oration at the handset the venerable! and btlQv, are' willing to pay a handsome price for every would fcjnierpkccji '"

" .t wed, under Us influence, and the broad leaves creative, buy Imagination, was actively em ed Bishop of Gcot s the Rt Rev. Stephen Klict i tiling of the ind which you Tjfjll I take the trouble I our,forefathers, sal to tms? tI' A ;. '

! corn i waved in the air. pJoTtd-dath, the most horrible awaited him Xo difftrtnce of color or station divided them m I' to send thorn, We clip from 1oit. a Savannah paper J ttav bettceea2acty 1e .i "lit.
I f 3 Morgan had seated himself in the door of his ht4t'limb\would, in all probability, be torn from the utterance of the same prayers and the \r- o.JdU.iaa4J

: i e cabin,jgtbhU Infant on bi$ knee. His yuungi him and ie devoured alive. He felt a touch; the ticipation of the fame blessings. .Could any !, the .following doubting albeit. that they canu''! Ker\Vftt.-: .. t '.

\ t i and happy11 wife had ttVl aside her spinning wheel!, vital! Spark was almost extinguished. 'Another Northern city furnish a parallel to this? (r- ; from Savannah; ig,' I We aromdebted to. 'Senator ifaH'irr :"'(.

1 I and was hive ly engaged in preparing the frugal' touch more, violent! than the first and he was ktton..llrrcuty. EABLT .EGnlDLIn the New York mar- subjoined tratifyingjntelllgeice: / Jj -

I. ,1 If' f meal *Thai afternoon he accident) found a buu turned, over. kets, green peas from Savannah, Ire quoted at Sr.'Af' a.C'XSBIJft 4. IQ _

\ i die of l lcrs which he hail finished reading to bis The cold sweat ran down in torrents- his THE ANCIENT 4 62-J cent the halt peck; tomatoes at .18 ceAfc; t ;Dl'1"P'. 'f11i. quo .1: .' 'r _
.' !' wife bee' h* had taken his seat in the'door. It i hands were violently forced from his face. The .: per quart, and radishes: at 9 to,10 pests pcrJj j DBAS SIR;- ecoritl4ictoftheraai serr< ? ,

F l''! was a coreespondencc in w ich' they acknowl- moon passed from under a cloud-a faint ray j bunch ." 1[,IsfcanKW, between XW Orleans and Key wJr
I j I 4 fudged an* anykod ardent attachment fur each beamed npon hin ; his eyes invountarialy! open* j\ This is stabs rate of five dollars pee bushel 4 !I touching at the llk'eral'mtcnheuateponia d ,

I I' J01 and the perusal ,left dfeident trace uf joy cd and he beheld his wife who,jn a scarcely audible ; and twelve dollars bushel'for f i i in thctpuWished notice of the Pest flfficf epan. ,: ij
.--" ; fn the fcccf of both ; the little infant zoo, seemed roire,*exclaimed, JJv husband 1 my bus- ; for green pcfi ,per |I meet, was thisl' ventoJIJ'.Sa ad.S.J
i : .. aa k to partake ofltu kind parents1' feelings byt cheer- band Arid fcl\upon hu bosom.' tomatoes. Is there any thing that !'.an'$>{f of hew Orlial'! *,at $ bjhlb"peraI1un: tn
; ._ .' It'ful.amilesr pJay&l humor, and infantile carcfse ''Morgan now learned from his wife, thiCaftcr that will pay half as well as vegetables* ucb !J t ardichaiI notiitjd th ":* the venue +*!. 'I
% While thus agreeably employed thefeport ofa immediately, Say from the l.Sth .1t.
and a,
of such
j the Indians entered the house they found somc'IJIfJ. prices or ev n half or one/ourth tIl
t ;\$ tie;: h I bats
1 I which drank Day, \
or they freely. An altercafoS hereto New ork ,
The freight and chi,'.y from i| "
his fean Iha*been in
big feet to : l put thorough
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I ,. > sprang ? took ibem received 10I..t. I f > for tFaer.
I 't the door and sdiultanxyuly txeUua6l-4 pac ; paeof mortal by Steamers Charleston and thence to' New ', Jfuchi dclay ub '
; ? taej. stab and fell blood -. ...., ai en cpmmencem ent '
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and t ran thkopgh floor 'I
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I t "",In 1ian.t" ., 'N her. 'Belietlng it to bejihe blood of her hus- EQt'ALtTT OF FEDFRAZ. RIGHTS AM, >"DETERMINED Yorkas. about one dollar one dollarlmd tfrenty of this stivice.f in tae Wf of thn tint .

t ''I .Tfie door wu4lntantiinctant and'e.tt be steins aloud and thus five cents barreL f' .. r.'btai' aiaible .tx-1.; jl' .'
dit \ betrayed the RESISTANCE TO Alt JTOO OPPOSE TH ZM. per :
r : 1 their feats/were 't ealued by a bold,ttnd 'oJber"eouCca1ment.it. tr + will ow 6epe ell ea14 be i
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L '._t, 1&11that ita,cries 'would'b traf During the action, the prisoner were lift uapardoF Secretary: of state for copies of the last Florida' to .mike an arrangement with the Steamers f9 i' toconununicate'jMVifw i cable'
Its p lade*>f ffmbcahncuj. She besita tEdgared '' -tnade their escape,'ni Wjr 't>ncealed be- Laws. .* W. CBarfesf by which they will forward with despatch ,! tion 'upon the reinora of,.the Indonifrcei fl fI
R Neatly upon i Sta rfbntentary strode* b4 between niath some bushes,near thjbank[ of the river.: 'I t State. I have cartful!! and fully laii tire *fbt '
the article sent at fixed*rate or'rclght'
Alter the tndiatisjiad returned! from tlje.pursuit J !lrofliJUlar.. a
duty and faction rook place. She one more subject before the Prafdentaud the'Sccrebuj oft
'. ,, R 'pnssd htr..btldto her boson, and again and1 and clef t the halt,f* ground, she with some other 'JJt t will be seen-by/eference, to another column! through toN. Y. and to ha veal New York,an,* s- j: the interior, and it 'rill be taken up so soon as .'

"' a sJaiSAed it with Iranassionate fenderhesR.1' .- person*, who had Escaped with her, dttermin' that this .distinguished penman, has commet'teaching p'ectable agent who would receive all such con {, others whiclx: are now,rejwng upon t1, pir atteS- ",

I alarmed at the profusion of tears, that tilt make eajchfdit theirlfriendd, aif: on the I I signmenfs and dispose of them to tLest adran i;ion shall be disposed oC The; President Drompf. ; .
1 i Stf'iafodt. his system ofwriting. visitto ,
s cheeks, looWlup in its mother's field! and living, to save them, if j o;sible, from beautiful A fW i -1l f ry recognizes the obLion oil 'tLt?,tteatral Gotemljient .

I S 'face, tlu ew IU arfua arothr her nNq k, and wept I the beast of prey. rAfter searching for wore time, .Academy, :the other day amply repaid! us, tage.' "6 r to rem t't them.

t I name of heaven Eliza, relensc and almost dc>painng of success, she fortunately the manner in which. he ust'S, that mighty .little A trade of no mean importance mighty thus grow Very r snee"tfally, >

I e the Qrit'kaSd the' distracted husband .discovered; him. instrument'the pen, truly'astonished us, the up and thousuads and tens of thousands of dollars :- ..JI. r.&c, ", .

.' \ in a p1.rinretone. he Dread the infant Thp party of Col. Ln found )!organ and his .he nukes it glida over the and-the f\rece-ivedfor the products of our gardens wjih n. 1 r\rl Q.RY. ""
J' .." Ownr w wife, hastily to ot up his gun, knife wjfo; and restored them to their friends, their infant way J. ., paper ? f/O" -rOr .. t., :
and t.cbCt n. Vp the ladder that led to the and thdr home. + beautiful.impression, it leaves. behind looks l like ft handsome profit. 11. 11x. Bt COMA,:the'nenv-minister.to Ea : .
rt l. jpr, and drew it after him. *In a moment -.-. magic. 11'e hope that: our young ladies will Embrace The great advantage. of thil business the, ["land, whose selection la flk generally* 9 recognised'"** Ol .'

t. the ,oor Kea Lurbtopen. and the Uvage-s enter. Six Days in a Grave.. this opportunity of improving the small capital required and that the females and
wise the
York Herald
I. td1! f- e An account was given a short'timc ago of two their i is admired' thin I I children'of a family can do much of the work.-: &Ildjudicio ; new gin.
I 1 J i. ,iris time Mof tn had sccumd his child in aid men and p boy having been buried six days and Chirograph nothing more i the toiloa'c..so.a;L- t :

I. lashed H'jii: his ack, and then throwing nix'nights in a marl pit at Ecrcttcrille> in the department pretty penmanship particularly if executed by We have never been tiner vegetables producedin "Mr. Buchanan will have today completed

; 1.*!. M *ff soine clapboaftl oai the cabius roof, be rcM of'the Siene Inferieure, and then rescu- the ladies. any part of the world than we have seen here. hw sbcty-second 'ear- Having ieen born ia'.

1 J" : 1r.ltelYte to the ground ;; ,He, kaa assailed ,cd. A narration of the'aSH'r' derived from the Prof. M. will give instruction at persons residence We have now in market and have had for some Franklin county, Pennsylvania' on the 13th;.eC .

I 'by two intlia i As, the .first approached, he sufferers, is now given'in a Rouen Taper Daring who attend Academy., time past green: |Ih..as, new potatoes, tomatoes, Aril, i 'Jl. LL-PtaJIAltSirore, or law in'hiknative .
I < kdScled> hiqf'4mm with af his the whole that tint without cannot HHe .
theiijittcnd gun. of they were bvXtJ aiidnev/corn Stale, was elected to the House oT
will be
; 1 *,Thevt tfilr advanced with uplliyd tomcUawk. food,' without water, without light, and aa ost also writes visiting: cards equal to engraving turnips, ;.wd ie., : 'rescntativcs talS14, and h&re-eUcted) in the fol ep-.

11 i X% ;tl |8 ic f tlfw"gun and cloyed iin; 'T| "< without clothes;*and they were in such a co\tiaed call and see him. on our tables! in'two or three weeks, and melonsin lowing year. He tag elected Congress uvI82t). .

"I "i rage de a blow .mlis'd.1hpt; t severed .placetjhat, with the exception. of the boy, thy r, 0 abunilance'long before they. can bo had from and continued as, a member of"the lie |tiU f.'

.' t e" .* the corjLtiiat bound the>infknt,to big backhand it cx>uld not stand upright. Boitard, the d Klt>t man TJfriUl'iili1 Jli.roTI :. any quarter in N. i". i March )1. lIe declined further ser
i Jr fell over the Juld now became j declares that during the. whole tiiaa bo did not I We have received-the first number\ of thenew The sfeanier toucling here two' or vice, and retired Into private life. bat 't
H 'I warm TReSt has earned on with' knives sleep more than two'hours; bat his two companions paper edits' and published by Messrs.GAISES every long enjoyTils retir nt. as, in *T- 1 %s

71 .' odtev" 'andj athletic Mojgan at length und especially youngest t slept more'- I & Roat: Ocata Flo. It is a of three weeks aifozdpi convciueut opportunity of J JSciiclia was offered and accepted..theniftet ; '
4; 1' eot .Use ascendency .lJbtb were badly cut, ancJ'I Ihey slept back to back. They felt no hunger, paper uii' anjf thing we tl.sire and the transit t nU t1lfn from that riucsi 7tp.
DledTreeh but the staba of the whte] werBliettt sad Boitard that sash if they had had good dimensions; and excellent! appearance and la x
r i I .' man says pro- ) to :New Yprk no.v made within four! d/iys so t 11&H; elects to the'arse.tif'C'nitelSta ,to
1 !flu icepcr, and the savage fell to the earfhjndAth.j 'jrfsionJj-1$hey would hot have touched them ; but. we trust it may ;succeed to the fullest? extent of tlattbe'art dLa ae-t n.nnotfiu1 to reach tLa '. Y. llimu4
j Morpn hJutfijc took up bia'child"*" ,and experienced great thirst. the} hoj.ts f.it5; pro;rk'or. If tLc .'cop,. fJL ''electedin 1t&+ 6 ar.d.lW8. ,., t.'U( .1"
market ia goJa.oiuvr. We Learn that ;p.
hurried. till .On''the 4th >y they found a little water thickwith : our.Str.te would! take fctfvr northern, scrap boo' prepsu-a/ March, \&to, called Mr. Bu luuoa into '.
!I r a .a Tht Indians fa the tfb*elr dagagp in 'marl l, by digging into the bottom of the pit and better 'tbtrcown lions are being mad/: by several individuals to i net, and until the. close of that, adn/ tra&r1 ,
.. Drinking and p hot apprised of 'It wasfihV( water, probably, 'which preserved cheap papers encourage" pa embui in'tluo JLu:ui-.ji tike coroing &ca a. A f held the office pf Secretary of Stati4Thc r
the contest in ne that hid been pcrslt aid b&Ss?nicM conducive to the in- .
theyard their strength. At heard LUJ nuls.-. wo .
a 1ir.t they I 5T7. .< vafe 1 .ntl man of this Lity wiiose. eucrgy kaJLcatcr4J -
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"loiocked downgafi signs of returning life and cal \he pickaxes arid spades above Uem.; but during t.st oT the COII qt y. J" ., i. i Father pf Pre t.Je _
N< worthy of emuaJi)n oeut sotera barix.a _
J led them t$ihd scene ofaction.t I t/j'tJyari l *
rrN the last three days their breathing was soIqud tp. i l..r Tbe'fplluwinginter'eatin3an ofthe
,. "' .' ) Morgan was discovered, imm iately pursued 1 as to, prevent }jt from reaching them \nd'! '. Y. ',t:.t7la. o: peii to Cu 'Iwa; a scare six weeks since *ofi'resiaat .
9 and a dolt put upon his trail. Operated upon by ,tl +tiit amstaltce naturally increased their ago- We have sevepil l times neretofors refjrred to i ur'i uceivcd. teh dollars per Jbarreithercfioai.Eugenia Pierce, send tlaw'eta 7 tld f

'all the feelings. of husband and ,a lather he fpy of mind; they also feared the miners were- this imyorfflnp\jQrk of pubic! 'improvement 'lUJ i.j jsaq .0t. ._ \ l I a correspondent, of. the iScw York'.JI. _
'II PW mend wi\',of the' peod of Shunted Ktag, an4 .di? 'nff in a wrong. direction ,Onet tLcm had I t. liiijproof Frnucp.liouis r from Lowell, IZa&sachusett fr' '
travel thehoje; fca it early a:-_ ,. ,
'tM t' 'r :.i i won outabdpped the Indians but the dg kepi in fiR?chcmTcal matches add a small ;piece of caL;' '< < 0 youjdrceii'e. ;C3'O!co: Ttocs'Ui o,vt: governing r"t,* ** Among ts'ptaccJof1' iaHest to"tfiii; '
dose 1" din it Impossible to outrun or' Untion. I j .. i vkW
pursuit ,but uiough they often tried, they could not, for !.;,.;s hi? ccr..1.".. ITadrmc Ergccla has nothing is the birt-r.!re SrBcnjamin! Pierce, tne Csthc
elude the 'cunning animal trained 'to hunts of want of air, cause the candle to burn. We are plcsscu to soo in t th! Florida Mirror a I I IconimunlcaSou "
1w I + this kind he haulted and awaited tin it came with } to say toward? inlluencing matters of public of tha PmiUtnt He was born in J757r in what. *
During the latter fart of the time they beram-i 4cscr ir-C the character of the i txlicy. I. \\a--J then th& town of Ch,'m'sfiird, bus f
in a few yards of him. fired and brought him to / j at the Tuilciie.: ', when their t; no "ieceptfuu pow
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; .c .the ground. In a short time he reached the so exhausted as to be unconscious of their position obctnirtions and f'sfun tin.; th c expeusc of flies within the incorporated limits of CovvelL '

hon orhh! brother who resided near Bryan's; ]. ; but they remember that the boy once cried removal. It would. probn'oly bs found upon tin : ,tiie days wear oft'qnite rnJL'otoun:ly ; the I cot a TC tic of the buildin;m which thefaipi-
f i as if in a dream : "There is the rope Boitard! Emt>rca works exbroldiiy or nlllllcwtr"k part ly livcdjror in which Gov. Pearce was bom i *
1111 Matson, at Lexington, where he left the child, dertaking thef wprk; that thc amount was uuJerCotimalcd ,, it
'andlhe two brothers left for the dwelling As Let us ascend! Only one of them Briard, was I I, of the evening, ;.:.tl out ten Louis Napoleon now to bo Keen ;an timvation said fe>tjure been .
; able to shed tears and when he did so, the boy lu' even at ilcuble the cstlnuU it "-e cellar is still *Tia be.! <
; On rS
1 II I it ;fhry approached, light broke upon his view-his i plays at tiuyt et tin with the limes and gentlemen iaarabl .
1 his fears increased and the most consolod him by telling him' that they were suro I tvoala.'v J: but a trifling expenditure compared to 1!th of April,. 1773, while young Pierce, ttea It-
f iKPa quickened
of the court and after few tours de lun7'fir
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be rescued. The breath of r.i-
to moment a about
his eighteen years of age, was pjowin the.
agonizing apprehensions crowued upon mind.Ijnerging the importance! of the work. ? ux
'" from the canebrake, he beheld his reached them they fainted but after a while recovered. t retires with the Empress. Ho dis fied! horsedian rode up to the door of hU lathy "
A connection of"UrxsoIsis with the Ock'awa'ua "
I JIOIIK in flames and almost- .burnt to the ground: The first thing Boitard: said on beia;* plays the wannest proofs of attachment to his *, house, and delivering a brief the A, .'
rescued, was : Give ma a pin"h of ;nutTav'he : ; b/ a t'.iorotlgU} cnt of six or seven mile has j hastened to alarm the
I on .
J "My wife! be exclaimed, as ho pressed one hand $ I briue. She ha.tf !had} met'with a repulse with country. ,was CW"1'
'J .x i I to his forehead and grasped the fence with the other i" -utlU.took" it with intense c1i ht.-[Gaily nat.?. a'o been suggested aria is said to bo intiruly; :I j jprooilcalie regard to th property| of the Orleans family, and news of the battle of Lexington which, the '" "

I! to gup{6rt his tottering frame. He gazed on I r at no great expense. enter was comm'fioned to proclaim ;Jit fi4
'vthe run and desolation before him, and advanced -4.-- -- -C.K. f lately he returned
W a few paces and fell exhausted to the earth. Anecdote' of the President. Atnio-pherio: jTIv icupIi X
UI 1t?' *f looming came, and the luminary of heaven :A correspondent in Washington furnishes us A Jir. Ilicband"on, of liar'ton c Ins! invented an I his head, and begged her not to repeat such applications. by a l largo rock against which he placud hk ear #
1 and still found him seated near the expiring with an anecdote of General Pierce, which will and listened. lIe heard, or thought he heard
aro/ic, an Atmnsp'ieric' Telegraph, by which it is said, 1 However, the Empress rules the ,
give our readers some idea of he without the of firearm but
he held man report whether
members. In his right hand a email that he i is vuaaJont :LtL bj frouiBeaton ; he dud, or .
". fOick,with which he was tracing the name of'Eli the politician. ; few days since the President ;s conveyed em*>:re of Faslibn! with undisputed sway.h" did not, his "*>fll was* in arms,** and leaving his. '

*,' oa the ground, and his left hand lay on his favorite appointed an individual to a re'p'>nt>ible and to New York injifeen minute/or a: "Loc.t ---4- -- hor .' and plow in the field, he immediately set
;. dog by his ride. Looking first on the lucrative office in a distant part of the country, speedily M business i is now lone by tclegrapli.A : 7' a; u.t aJ etu>ement of a raffle I out o-k. foot for L-xingron. Arriving there he .

ruins and then on his masttf'ith evident feigns on the recommendation of two of the United line of this atmospheric .i is to be establish;-d '.\...\. may bo seen iu another column, a grtat I found that the British troops had fallen back oa

t+f grief,"Morgan Itos The two brothers now I States Senator, andthe Senate confirmed the : bet'-veca tV sr cities. The 'l letter oraccii'r! to i ii j chance to gj: a fine watch for five do lars. The I Boston, and following them up, be proceeded to "i
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mail ll and found some bones burned to appointment This gratifying event prod i ''dan ;;i bo conveyed :s folded! and placid: in attach article put :jp are, -tlir.e *..j, .i c-, wild a gold Cambridge, where he enlLtcd as a private uf ''
C ashes which they gathered and silently confined exhilarating effect upon the successful appj- I Col. Brooka's KegimenlHe
to the mother tart beneath the high spreading cant'for: office who ,so far forgot himself as 10 II ed to a plunger, and is propelled. by pressure cf chain, 'try your lutk.. was in the midst of the battle of Bunker

ILEUfl branches of a venerable oak consecrated by tiie indulge in a "glorious jolification." As he was air, and the plunder, is so arranged that the air GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKS CCSTIS E. .. Hill, sharing its dangers and its glories,and f>om

purest, a'holiest' recollections, 1. lodging at a fashionable' hotel, his disgracefulconduct can not press it The editor of the Boston Post, at of sq that time tu the close of the revolution he followed
Several days after this Morgan was engaged became known, and was freely commented exhibition Arlington, Virginia Grandson of JLrs. Washington the fortunes of his Regunentftought wherever

1 in a desperate battle at the lower Blue Licks : on-indeed, it became the "town talk." The a private lately, saw packages pcs* and now three-score and ten years of it was called into action, and, was invariably e

i f The Indians came of victoriously and the survit I Senators who had recommended him to the favor and repass the tube. mentioned above,- in a age Las attended the inauguration of all our distinguished and commetpbdby his superior

vine whites retreated across the Licking, pursued I of the Pnideat, finding that he had disgraced second.. csidcnts i from Washington to Pierce. lie officers for his gallantry and good-coadact, and ,
11111, by the enemy for a distance of six1 and thirty : hint -If and was unworthy of confidencs, waited 'when in 17i 4. the army was disbanded, heft .
the President stated the facts Foreign Nen s. has been a witness of all the changes at the 'White
141H ; 'miks.. 'upon and askvd turned home with a Captain ccsuaission, and :.
Jimcs Morgan waj among the last who crooned for his removal from office. "GentI mln," saidthe Our latest foreign news states that a correspondence Ilcuse his pockets filled with worthless Continental '

t a the river, and was in the roar until the hill!1 President, in reply, "this man was nominated between the Governments of Spain THE MAGNETIC TELEG. .. tn money, as a reward of his patriotic Mrricen
'- was descended As he beheld the Indians rcap4 by me, on your recommendation,and at your 1837 Professor The field m which Pierce -
4 young was
pcaring on the ridge he felt and saw his wrongs, solicitation to an office under the 'government, France, England and the United States relative Morse. announced bis great invention,'and he on the occasion referred to, U no longer plots cultivated

I It and recollected the lovdv object of his affectfons.He and the nomination was confirmed by the Senate. to Cuba, has been alluded to in the British Parka built his first telegraph hi 1844. > There ate now and as the fence fronting the par roadhaa

it : urgecfeW*. horse and pressed. to the,front.M .- I You now say that his habits are intemperate, ments. 23,331 miles of wire in operation in the United beeu removed the carious frequentl/driwi om
wile' ; ,rt.KV 1, piDrc fro wto ,ddte,'he and!that,_ he is: worthy of situation. But if! The difficulties between'Switzerland and Plod r 1. ',. .the field and before feTtnk .. pfG. "
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4, ball i.mt tbt.t ;.DdIe11; ani In- Tvere'towmowhimnowf the consequence would. men etwee )' ,, 4000 ,miles., .> \iA.England. j 1100. ,. "ea: .." be .,:' "eel 01. .
and A
;a W 4M t. ruin'id Junv- The .*'. .. t& arebe..: Pn1s ,
w.u.w \' .ip.I ; fhame and""di* Uf.ti; ; auleata. M Gersnaairt'' .. ; r I
.At' app ntmcntjattendinghia: .'.dismissal from office*. hlnlsg tdrasjure fpottentons! aspect,*and tfiit'Tr tad'31te idtn" '' ? <.
_" bpWie lhdrecopizcdthejundhcadofthe uadpr such ctrcumsUnces,would{lead]him to find' .France b i(is-w"*' c b-.about W to Interfere#- >/ *<'*."- .<-fcr*1 .ever civilizatioa. 8Y 7 n ,' g."' ..*", 'w rI'..... ,. ';-.1.1f'wai1& _. 1 '
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\.b&t savagV and' soTace in the intoxicating bowl, and he would '
Sardinia has suppressed the SlaveTrade. At Pa The Journal of the Franklfo Institute laitide
knew It, to be J wU' '. This 'added renewed a confirmed inebriate whereas if this conversation hundred ar The Palmetto Armory in South Carolina -: ,
'. lermo three persons had been" on railway accidents calls attention, tQ thp
0 Ptrjength to his boil and increased his actiyti is repeated to bun he and built
Yt y may, probably to manufacture arms.ttl fight the GeneralGovernment
-to fury. He Quickly threw his left arm around will reform and become ateo aad exemplary for being concerned in.an attempted: insurrection large of persons who lose lifer by1 their

thi Indian, and,with a death like grasp hugged citizens I shall not remove him from Soldiers. had been assassinated in the streets, and has s receive a contract from the own carelessness. Of thirty-six persons killed

\ ? him to his bosdm 'and plunged his knife into his office for this offence but this as it has been the Governor had threatened' to destroy the citiesin War Department, to manufacture arms' for Un in 1851, it appears, for example; that seventeen '

f( t tide and he expired in pis arms Releasing him the first so will it be the last time I can forgive Sicily. All Sicilians had been cle Sam, which circumstance proves conclusively perished from this cause, or nearly one half to-
him."Botton ordered to leave the whole number. In addition to these theca
t.Rlt f root the savage, Morgan crawled: under;a Journal. tut ,
i'.' KuaU! oak, on ant elevated piece of ground a short Naples.. were eight killed who were servants of railway .

I I J 'pe reatiuned undiscoverodand unscalped,;an anxious aged clergyman who went' seven miteR which bad"extended .throughout Germany anda IFakir slat DOW as the/ used to have Ik-cn' moving about on the engines or trains, from
V t' month o4. jEi1 which it be presumed there tragical end occurred. ,
spectator of the battle. once a to hold a meeting in a retired may
MLII I It watbow''midnight The Ravages !hid, aftertaking i village, found, as the business season opened, proclamation. a German Republic had been Punch says that a Railway is long, but Thus it appears that a large proportionof ,,

an the scalps they could find, left the battle that only one aged man and a number of women found. life is short and generally the longer the railway those killed on railways are killed when not ia

\ ground. Morgan was seated at the foot of the and children continued to attend. Still be per&. Russia is organizing ter aumi s. The Emperoi r the shorter your life; and that an mfalhable their seats. No traveller should forget tin's.- ,

1 oak ; ita trunk ported his head. The ragged vexed As he was on his way to this meeting, a however disclaim any intention of subverting precaution against Railway accidents is that 'Yet it is a common occurrenco to see petstanding"on i HrI" .
and that careless thus no the platform outside the car sad,
; uneven ground surrounded him was cov- neighbor accosted him: tile Turkish fares ,
I I coal"th the slain; the once white and projecting Where now, my friend Empire.WOXEX be paid until the end of the journey and this notwitnstanding this the notice usually put' ,

5.t 5.t. \ ,: rocks; bleached by the rain and sun of cent "To my little charge in R-," was the unaf(:' DOISG TUB WORK or Mcs.-The then only to be paid in the event of a person up conspicuously warning passengers against

rice were cnm.sanod with blood, that:had warm. fected reply. journeymen having arrived perfectly safe!lg" the practiife. In England it is the custom to .t,. :
printers of New
ed the heart andanimated the bosom of the sol "I can't see, sir, why you should persist t ingoing York city having. lock thedoors,, and thus prevent the possibility
liii dier. The pale glimmering of the moon occasion I there It cannot be for pleasure, for i it is a struck for higher prices, many of the employ m Over thirty six millions of three cents of this folly. But in this country such>a practice

i's s most uninviting place; nor for gain, for I know printers have refused to accede to their demands, have been put in circulation within two would be unpopular. '&, therefore,that ,, '

3 pf the 4then a passing enveloped auI' you have never received the, first cent; and an and large numbers of the journeymen havestruck. past; and the -Directors of the Mint have year the only1' way to cure this evfl, is for the press to i.",I
ui darkness and gave additional terror to the feeble old man and a few women and children could not A temporarily impress on the publifr the danger of a traveller"* .
$ cries of a few lingering in the 1a.st agonies add to your laurels." New York number having I left the office of the suspended the distribution of three cent leningIhi3 seat. Usually the person,who thai .
Day Book
I of protracted death, rendered doubly paling by "My friend" said the aged servant of Christ t paper advertised for pieces at the expense of the Mint for freight.g" imperils his life does it, thoughtlessly, or wife t C
II the hoarse growl of the bear the loud howl of k"that old man is>over ninety. For threescore, a number of girls to fill their places and full one The 4. 0 but a vague idea of the risk he runs. Could .

the wolf and the ahrfl-and varied notes of tOO years be has bee a disciple oft e Lord Jusus, hundred females answered the advertisement President has been formally advised every passenger realize that be increases, a hundred

y wildcat and panther, feeding on the dead and d, and I feel it a N Tiles to break to him the breadof From that number the necessary quota was of the acceptance of Mr. Bronson, as Collector of fold the chancy death, by standing on*
ing. Morgan beheld the scene with heartrending life. Nor is New York the tiva fatal habit arebe sure,
this all I am Bowing seed in was selected, and the henceforth and Mr. Conner as District Attorney platform, would we
11,' J sensations and looked forward with the apathy those Dun Ihearta of which none but God can paper is to begot universally abandoned.-. JBuBt* '
of despair to his own*end.:, t'A 1tt foretell the harvest If even one of them shoeter ld out solely by tem&Go it girls, you had tin. ;f 't.

large doullookicg heir, covered all o point to me in the day of judgment a the Instrument better let type at remunerative prices, than "se t .I'The Siamese Twiishaye left their farmwife .
blood; him he threw him- other salvation think that I up" all night An artist .painted a cannon/so natanllT' &A
with Approached ; you shall lose working with your needle ou.. shirt and children for wiileandark I c
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Clo&tfer saratner.extra,fine.smjrfe Millar Ctsslmere, : : all Tavern and public boardinghouse keepers io the, .on tha first Monday of / IJ'.uext.the I Iing 4I't't 'I' } ". .

teWar ft$ WUa Castimerej.&c.,&.ba CaB and ex- ; : v; eityj..it tbe following rates towit-..upon such as entertain described property or to much' .thViWa* *tU}njr t., .:' 4

6iD4Tml.roJ:1fOUlltbd.I. New Cheap .,: .NEW. 60003, CHOICE GOODS AND et anyone time during, the yw twenty or the state aad eonnry taxes and n esaiar4ezpnsrdu.t' :; .

!: Cuh .t..Me' M. ta. A aVta\ff4JCTT. more boarders knm.of fifteen dollars per annum; thereon !. ? ': ,

1. April 23,, ,53. .J4.1" 'CRE A4GODDS! npoji loch entertain aaaibreaaiJ tenor more and OVJ scrcj li.t" half 2d and.*the other half: 3d rat; *'.. 't. .

e : : le":'than twenty boarder.lie sum of Tn !ollars >d. land -du..bl,'.tII-ir.t &ramed to dir Heirs; ol 3 m.- J .

GbkIrJa1IrtsU: : MATTHIASlt. ANtljliU, upon; ihoie elll"rtaiQingany.. number at b. aid- Forbes. ndvcrtid lot eonpayment 41' faxes rut thV r '1.1.

I ,. orL d. .at-lTie fifit P.nrwatyiraof Ch t4tnr Refp-ctfulljr nnnoUnes.(4) tie. citiz nl of tit. 'Angu era |than t..n. a tax in proportion; an.l it shall be the year lc/52, being section 3S private survey*inflownJiipU -' '-t' q .,

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    < : -
    eY. r l .k known as "Barnrk Grdei"-atsd |>rrH>ns, ; .
    ; > Administrator1* Wolice.lipetsons 's- .
    = lur9iult."iIIlt'nvl'P.LT.KA .
    lraottJl'l"fltlins against ihr proliibiiion esiiahli&rj by :. "
    having \t.lmof de A. At PUfOLATA,10 A.M. fltoflector'uPinJc' \ .L
    'd ea jar any Pf' everylon.lnr.7 ; this Ordnaucr.ihlf.1fa white convictionfrfore .
    J 1ao lie tion agaiiiat the* entalft of Philip It. Yage. .: suit JACKSONVILLK Tuesday 4 oYlock. AySI. the .May,be fined fur the|n-tfon.oii first ollt-uce, in theutne 'it:) Y virtue of ihe powerre*! .t
    .1" f erased are h'-reby cnlU-d upon to present the same The FLORID V will leave CliARLE.STON everyTneMlny. of lire dollcn! and COfI i and for 14.' shall expo*: flit safe before the'CourblJuiue ia .
    di. ; .. .wutJ.uut auibeuiicated P. M. will leave PA any PaUtka.oti the first of .
    aleIayluly to the underaignrd, at)3 Returning in su.ue.of Mdhtkiy JRy uext.Ih fuUow-,
    the ten dollars and costs- nf.retid
    ej : jt fain OI Thove -tl\J( treaentcd wiihufttwo yean from tolls LATKA every Thursday 7 A. M ; PICOL'r.IU .\. % and khnll moreover nand committed,until an the lug'Jesen d propeny or II much thereof will pay lit" .

    hLL..Jor_ ,F JINKt\8. d.tto. will be forever barrrd. -j-v o'clock, .\. M. ; JACKSONVILLE. Fuday, 4 tine be paid-if the offender beA,, colored perMi..she the tlal 'I.nd cuuuty tueasud ness .'expenses du J" J.
    luaj /" A\DREW "' o'clock :M. thereon. wit |
    YONGK.'Ad.-nbUfratpr4 A. tu Jfc '
    : tike fine shall br iufiuiard. and ia deiaaltcf. nuvmenLthereof'he .> .
    H _ur6e Rt. Aiirugiine.__ __.___._Au.-il. _/..f_>JJ__*.*1H53.___ ._\\'U..n These Steamers connect wth ull the interior oUVnde/fchall teceive nut 1-S4- than. iwty'tior '.-< 799--- acre '3d- rate land granteutjh.Ueira l- -- uf''flioiui. .,., ,
    of Ellat Florida and both with r ilch and advertised for' Hipayiuent
    Stages ; connect ways u' of.\ f
    t., cerl mure than thiny nine stripes on the bare Lack.IlHherebyJurther .
    I > : 4ilmhildrftjor's Sale.OH the New Yor Slt'nmsllivCarulinl1 UailroaJj, and f' forthe )ar ltA2beiog section 42 or.r'"Ylt! sti1 Vsveys
    f 4 a fami1y. provided and decreed, I.y thrauthority .
    ," ,,' .. !. I.. Monday the! '2ll 41'114.f .Day next, 'I will the Wilmington Boats.Patazefrom aforesaid, that the finrsirapo'.sedt-ind accruing, niiwwnhzp: I. ,,26oJ"Loqnd JoIiJy' .. # .
    : .. .'"1\,1", 1o i s ell between the houre of lU "A. 11. aoJ 3'P, .' Ck-trlrtton to Jacksonville, 88.- under tlii Orllt03net.&b..U b* collected and du-puxJ J d art b.fgra LJi Tlbf'Uc r.w .IU1 '. frEf ?

    api ,f cee&.a uoo day M..id front of the Court Uou*?. in 'the city of'fit.Augustine Ptcolata. auf Palalka, 010.I uf in the same manner us is provided in relation tali: br the LUver bL JGbI4 and VI't by IJ1Ibt""k.llebJ..J . .

    .! .' ,. .iVIrI.Io.' ,. '.. by order of 1h.! Judge ol Probate of Bt, For further'pirticulars,apply to lo fines imposed oilier Cruabrji. .'' 4 .: .
    4 4J z rvOO by rxuning OrJiuasjve, .
    ; ., J. V. tALIVKLL.. fbirlniten.BELLliCH I prohibiting ft, izsL H & 0
    0'4/ Johns countrfa house and lot situated in I tit. Au- the and .Uule' lazes cxpmjsaari-pasJ > r rvnninjr : of horses & ui .
    1 II 4' .a .t' :.800 galloping: : ,. -. : .11

    .uatjnebe Tig1ngtn&be .tlllC' ur Piilp ft Yugt. \6SK & FlNEGAiN, JICOl1y.t.! the streeuof the't.'iiy. tPx& 1 A.t. ,w* i'15. f

    t K.r"' 4> ?" lOWj j dt'd.l4id[ 'lot JII bounded on the foist by Ueurip II. it: RK1D; I'alatka.. '"' If'l?!G fu'Cullucilt.rch 10th. 18.:3. ri i' I t R1.: BOYD.. sh-rifTsnd .*. &' 0" .
    .; flit'0.>**M lOOOi ,srr.t1 on the Wei by Tolomato: sirrei, on tlie ft.U. llUJlPilULYS Mayor. Tax Assessor. udC lMllLv .i :

    :,, f.M' North by lots uf the eftsti of Jus. llan'er and Peter l/'ity OrUluuuce* and nt"ol.uUuai' Aifst *;' Pflhtka Jan. 1st, 1853. ) < ', ,

    '.,'," .Trope;and ou shr duuili. by lot of the tJ>ti.ted. rftalcs' An Ordinance lor the better preservatioa of the A. B- BPCTTV. (*lerk. *. d ",.. 1.. .. .
    CourtiJo1e,. I > cleanliu 4k aud LeaJtoftheCityaud| lot u erpur* Tax Collector' t ? Ii.

    o t. ANDUBW YONCE. Administrator.AprU ,poaea. ... '..A u Ordiutmrv for Ihe, I.ri tec
    I. 23 t' : 4wk.Extracts Be it Arreijr Ordiined/by ilie Mayor and Alder d of While E'4'rsous.Amivuibled 1.0r, ll expnie for. sale before the Court.Ho .', a.

    : men of the City ul'dt. Au;iHiiuc, in Cou ted aaaeui- Divine U'orship. ; :: PtaUurtoutb first Moa/ay ofJidy nexttlwr ,. '

    tKm i jrocecdluffs 91 bled: That from and after thefproiunlgntion of this Be it Ordained, by the. Mayor snd Crtincil" of the : ing.described,ptogenjf or so jg-icgiliereot'asj m my 'j.:., ,'.

    3 ... -,*. ''if. C uUcI$. .I' 'i Ordinance shall blat be lawfuj. to throw vegetable Ci'N of. Augustine: 'n.D(now ,ud slier 1h.r 3IS U& diesit'uLptiIhdyaxes tsai exposes uu, .) .. .
    : .Ji., i'I' ItLI Sb. or. oiiual: I zuti tier Vf ny 'Cripl .over..duot1. of this Ordinance shall fcnow- .thereon to Wi? "CR'v w4 .: :: \ .
    ... anyper&on persons .
    p .tl&foll< wing "Rewiutiona were then severally J .
    \Vall.or iotu'tb" Uj iu. uuecied.juriUi said ingly be engigrj or eou rn.d in vociferaiiTe noise ? '250 scrviU rate Jan l ffl| d to DJcossdoublet4'ed .:. .
    \y 1 .11141'cJucrd.-od adopted, namely : adrertWd for of 1" .
    .. > Wall. and uflndinit1dst1sjs nJfl$3ymnt tex"i for ih ",
    nny perroo
    .. ."** 1 .iD. selling spirituous liquors or any other act having an *
    r&. soIuiIou Ist. hill;Ilult'fulli. if_wjriu i WIUU& .l'd1vt.thirst immediate tendency lo disturb or cause a Disturbance year 1852being in town hhp If 'rahie26and.1IiP ut f'

    H L : *Bt<td If tWMuyo aad Aldermen in Coz4 i{ of.; nce;in,a 'UUI' UJ k.* lltAjn two, nor more than of f cougrrgationuf, white persons as-rmbled for the JeJ North.)South: and Ease. public buds. aiutWestby .. '.,, t'

    : nA iiM ..Tiut1h"'Urdioooci o proh>l>itiug bn'tiing five dollar,aud jot eVich wuD it"queuWo'nce-of not purpose bf'divine worship at a cbrrch chapel' in the IheiUVer' St. Johiis. .* : !5'' I,. j 0

    ..' wall certain 1 ImUu hmfuau: eihed, passed |he3li I.t'as"au five, nor more than"Teu '(Mlaraid* if thefltnikr City; such pernm if a white persia tall be fCtJDofI .Ai'o.'_ ,, 4- ," 10". .
    1ft ., >tJt r.July. 1843 be ,c f.nde'4 by insertiuj:jKniue- ; l be a colored person, fie or she! so', .01llidiu2 i I than-, five. dollars- -- nor- inure___.._tliaaored ___ cwenv.ifi_.____ *_._ Iol.__0 ITiJutreIJI t. i'ir'auif j l ioi!In townvfil k l2''a 1
    # -
    'dt' : wyfJir t all.-Jn 1 he ocondJpi4 ahull bcMibject to a like finr.or be itt the, JL.helbe. I u. 1 \ ordJ&r ;nan r 'j 1 ,_
    tni nit.ttttI* il rr-f,f"he fwlfowluf rTitlWt&4nr I rffPJ. Jhe.Mnjfor, ptl'islat"d.b.IJi" M_:.i n uCt.'Cl.hngl'bfrt( triprr, .(Jtupmooed 'fI".t a;$ LLJOlU4 U4YCZJ' .. )" ': '.S f\: .
    ," '*rvltf4 rt'lflu wad de'. of tUripesob the bare back of not learn thai ten nor hot ezceei.'iog one week with eosu'at the'discretion-uf '
    'C trrdt..tA ng boat and it was Tttutty lik.- more,ibanweny| fur the first offence ami for ench the Mayor .and Council and that the City' Marshall. 4f> \ Also --' '* 'i' <

    His H y ungfifeid .wist Rt'tOtyll1n said Uidiuaucr, be futther so Mtfb cquent'oflVnce, of. not le 1III tlutf twenty, pur Mayor or Alderman shall auend to aH complaint* and 2J2! acres 3.1 rate land being. to township! J3nge1, ,

    _ __ with i amy wk in amtAiled and altrred, as to reid thti., ((0 wit) qny more I Uiun thirty"one.EeitJarlkrrUidaiaed. arrest such oflemler. .. 37 aud boiiaded North by public :bud ,' South''audWest "' .

    _'- deeply jympathiMt t person violating this section of this ordinance,. .hiUou % by the authority afore- Thai upon all cuuviction the person or persons con' by th* River :i. John and Bur public IanJ.M>. .
    who wourr &4f1* *ffectionat conviction betor4he Ah'urrif a white permis.florffM Bald: ThuviltJiallqotitrreafier be ;iwfal, forcolor* vcted shall reihain imprisoned or cointuitted until the lanes aud expeuaejs. are paid before day wf f

    441_ pnt V. and P"1. the first offence a fine of Fjvedollnrs. ed person*.(bond once) lo use tjie ira. Wa I.!n flue and cost are paid or satisfied. a.I.! .: ; .," a
    .with t' all costs which tniy accrue iu the collection place'lor Woinenading, and they are hereby forbidm I'aEitdin Uoutcil jUarch 10th 1853.G. ..' R, T. BOYDeheriffandej.off. l> S

    _ .- ,_j-- -r .- I uf said fine and for each suittrqueni office to wak: Uitireon, nu-ter a penalty of a fine of not 11UMI1JIEYS, JIayor. t' Tax AsaeaAr aud Collector' f."c.Palaika. . '
    PU flpUte Augustine I a fine of Ten.dollars, with costs as aiorcwd au>, If'' less than lyo, nbc more than five Dollars, or iu lien Attest I Jan. 1st. 1853.. V it>i .' >
    I.Ie to
    ft $
    t&y$ llHirvlajrt 11 A. '1. a negro or mulatto, on conviction taU "pas a*,. thereof ninuber! of stripes of not I leva than ten nvr A. B. FczTTr.QUIUK Tax C'dfrctvr'i &. ". V"' .

    jgaln this ur rdinju-ff the off-mter tJialt receive twutyfite more'ihanihirty our, lobe laid on the bare back of i -
    : t4HJii 18AM.. stripes.rothe bale back. the ufi "J r. I $.Idi WD S.UlJ. B. t'rtue of the : vesiZ in me by Iawl' .
    *N$ before'thr k
    shall for ante
    Bc olntlou 3d.Riialttd Be it further Ordained and Deeretd by the PROFITS : expose Court lloa r in .t
    r r u _ij authority .' S
    Palaika, on the fin4 Monday of July next the follow- 1';
    4. Tt hereafter until otherwiw1 provi- nfufcKiid.thal from and .niter this dJlf. all /1'lao Snb criber 1ft" now receiving direct 'docribed property or so much thereof a* will pi.in* .. I

    : 4 fui On nest. dcd.a tax of six and a quarter cents per'clul be levied colored person* are forbiden to unoke in any of fRills New York a la rue. full and complete state and county taLes and tb e aece.ary : 1 o '

    .-y ip1hI tWtuthi.J aud collected for each tll in the Fish market used the aticeisj or oilier public places iu the City under 1 tuck of Fashionable FALL and WINTER GOODS, thereoo. to wit. ftXPe..ndu.e : .. 'I
    a penalty! of a fine of not less ihati'lhrce nor in I '
    in tl.e vending of Fish and it is hreby more comprising part
    _ w *Md 1 be .tLJl 'I nu occupied ; duller for the ]62 acres third rnl.I\od. granted to II. 8. D; 'r ,
    niade (he duty of the City Martlut, to examiue than bye first ojfenci. or iu default of Dry GoOd, Groceries, HarcUvsire *
    d sisd'se
    nI4 *ioer4bsndg five doHais. ad flab bntuffht to tbe market and (with the concur payment thereof, a nninber of .iri| .ii of cot less Crbckery Kuady-iuado Cli>thiiiff, t..r.double taxed and adveitwed for noor; ymeulto** .,:,, I
    at for the iU54 12 '
    than than be laid taxes year being in township' nan '
    ten nor mure twenty the
    upon lioulk \lauCII, halo and CUp
    discieet di"iatt'rt.'liltllllt'llIOn ,
    rrnce <>f any two nuu J
    bounded North. Lt and West land/
    bare back of the.offender-and for each 26, by publk
    whom lie select unite with him in eU.I1doG subsequent 1'aukec otioux, Ac., .
    to any
    *abepibrow wilt be the tniy .
    prize offence fine of five dollars the and South by the River :t. Johns. *
    a or infliction or .
    _ lie make) Aall condemn all such fith n* And in (bet thing usually found in '
    GM 4 ed Urn, buntmgMbiht.wwiUbethe may be laid the bare every a country Unless tales and expenses are paid before dayolaale. : ,:
    one .Iripp..lu on batk.as I
    may be unsound and ui.fit fur u--and from and thirty {Store, all of which will be be aold fur ( ah at astonishingly -

    _ priza of a after the pnasnje of this irsoluiion, no saU of fi h aforesaid ar.d all colored persons their are ht'reltlstried1 low pr ct' as we feel confident we ci' utTer '. 1?. T. ..Sheriff and ex officio '
    furbiJen to about hiltda..p. .
    4hd .. rWateb. 4sa11be made eiiher openly or covertly u.itll th? carry persons any from 10 to 15 per cent cheaper than can be found in Tax AIIWJI80r <
    other of than three inch ai4CoUsiotr..c. :.J&t
    _ more
    h.h uw, wttl be ibf priif arHaa market bell has he-n regularly rung and any stile Made or thall colored length of. this market. Give us a call and satisfy yourselves. Palatka January lit, 1603. ..,
    nor not infirm I
    ; any person actually
    _ .. made in violation of this prohiltition is hereby de. We wuulJ also invite the attention of itio Lai tea to 1 I -
    iia (rum dwense or extreme under '
    egt t'rtrow wilt bJfOieprite ofaU cUrrdtobe utterly quid nod nut entitling the purchaser age carry any our Stock of 'ras ColIdctor'. Salit.- f '
    whatever, a cane or w.lldogtick of .
    _ t n ef Witch. \< \ to a preference over any other Jividuil of t-aid who bell ,site pretence description; under a penally of not leu than any DRESS GOODS :: virtue of the power vested in me by law I.,
    %t at MirnMbf*. Magnolia may be prenent at and after the ringing Consisting of de Lain, Poplins, printed muslins. Alpacus. By House
    $, we* five dollars fine or a number of stripes to be laid on : expose for.sale.before th" Court al I
    r April 23KaUII and propose for any fish he may see and de lre to the bare back of the offender, of not I less than ten, ,Ginghams, engU- and american prints.5tc. Aitrllwuville ..the lit Monday.of July, 18j53. I brf l- ... .. :
    E t purchase and any person selling fish openly tiormore than thirty-nine. rURLI.NUAJlE i liOWK. lowing; described propelty or so nuah.tfcci.of as wilt : '- .
    Rt WaadsWpe, orecvfrtly the inltOI.nQ.1 meaning of .
    ; contrary befoie the 1h Patted by the CounCil! 23 tAugaiduewttb lilt. Interdictionahull on conviction .' G llUMPllKCYd due tbtrion.lo wit: ) '. :"i.*: i
    : WI,. Of be fined in qaadruole the value of any fi.h ao sold Mayor. A K IN VS.Fie Paste,Iruites Bitten Choice 'i '

    4j C* *prfl23.1Isii by htm. whit costs 3f prosecution.tyctohtd Attest&.. R. AsDttu,Clerk. 'I'A Segnrs, Tobacco, French Cordial. Almonds, 3000.acres th*of Estate laud of situated'pear! George Atkinson.Have Creek' ;:

    Hickory Nuu, Ale, Porter Cider, \\Viues Brandy&c. belongiugto ; .
    That his Honr. th Mayor, .equesif .
    01 1 7 An Ordinance to raise a revenne to'meel the cur Unku taxes and ex' dto invite the a.uention juf Lieut. M. L- Smith, oC U..r:. CARR. .* .
    a4 iMmaser tata such rent espC'Dcea oCab" City. fur the year IS3 and for aale. ELUAlI WATSOJT. ; ,
    M't. i riBf* glUt Topoatlphical' Engineer Corp Jan. 15th IH:1. r. .
    the United |
    Sheriff and Tax Collector.3 .
    of the debt.
    8sr. ft****, rtli.Aiipn;, the eningui&hment City .
    i is ,
    io this City.and (wfto on a ,
    i BOW '
    Dr .
    J85 'J
    _ !v.sosu1oL Catt and a e, tow of Canal cTuqrey hi our HtateJ tf the ground Be itO Zsiid.by the Mayor and Aldermen of 'SctiooLflooka, I : nitrprilf'Ot1lUJe- Co.-nt, ;" .

    $4r?' of tOIt'ryentDthb the head of MaUcxa Mver.and the City of nt. Augustine, in Council convened hIneys Geography and Atlas Woodhride do Colioctoi3 Sale. .. t P' 1 1.B'Y'Yi
    Tail ;
    : -
    _ : U, L ArntuU. Mnitii Creek t'- head of Hilifrx River,at Bn. I That Tax of onereight of1 one per cent 'be and : 4 and do, Peter Parleys' do? r4mh /new Gram : .

    s, .* i- towaUsu1'> tad to **k | &i he w U. if onsl eat I the nine U hereby directed to bo imposed fa* the soar,OIneya history of the Uaited Statea", \VeKuera! .. of |he power vested' n5byIiw' } $. '

    examine the aame,with year 1853(for the ,pnrpoaeaaJareaaWf OJ'Jktal l Ie speller and d..fiHr.VI'k' r'1 lkU! oary,aouthern'fifitofGreect.do u.b.. Co. sh4C.
    thh1c rNraoWuentF. ; d.book.lJ'tll1.aUw dao Rom" p.. ,-t : H' ".Jit,
    t: t I. of'slt 1 tt'attteeiiu] (| \'Q lying wiAla.illift 0 .
    : '
    - ''d "t'tL fI' -.. I. *, I.4ikpaP. ..0I t I'!ntY ,

    ri to., : : 1 at'

    oR ?. t .Qth. ',. tfieaipeneda. ; ,.Ink tt; ; : ,
    RDUa.WV'' lue of Isid .t.< ..J W.r L'_,: \wsfeEsi rU'DOLe'pirr-Io"uvv.- 'o' fcftV: siiii 1J41 : -.

    t' j vJ.I ti 'B" E. OAlItt:, 40.;privai ... ; a..W '
    ,upon whkh'aaJdtax bets I MId1toa.bing section; *,? ? ? .
    44f',1..J... I rEot1ce. I 4.t. br further ordained that the tax Imp ie4by tnts Or March 26th. 1853. sh'tp-'tf. rupge.27, and bounded on aQ sides by puilialandi 1"
    ,, .-.1. .. I dinanee shall be collected in tie. same manner anJ f 4 ,. "
    ," ,','" .". ..:, onder the same regulations are prdvlded and in- C RAMIIKR: hi I i $, Dried Apples Fultrn Market tnfesstaxes.anf. expenses art paid before ida t! of J :
    "III. .'.H ". force in relation to the' collection of City taxes levied Beef ani llama Dried Beef Bacon Poqk, Lard, I sale *- J.L. .
    Id I I ,-'I I "" '" "" a'rIIu cheese crackers choice family flour raham-ertckers ) ofr. ;;
    H )Ike fl j upon other descriptions of property. R. T. BOYD.tLq.Ur "s '" >.
    k S imrCAROtJNA, I*. II. COXITTEV.MsTsier Pa ed by the Council January 1853. bufk wheat rice, gelatine, com starch,' Choice teas 1 i:.' Asseswrand Colkcibrr L .
    d ;will make S trip to St. .apt nr.o" wine of&c. "", .
    G HUMPHREYS Mayor.Attm Palaika.-Jaauary. lit, 1053. *-.- .' '.. .
    _ i ptah Jayihe-S&h inst.. aDd leave the'same day for B. E. CARL __- __ 4' .
    - ) R.iDREU. '. Ap.il U. Match r '. :tl- .
    harlfston M.. R. AXDXKC. Clerk. 12th. C Tax Collector'sSale,
    0-mvtiL O aadBooitla utreeU oppo.fe t .
    m L A ffe '9aai ReitIoedby thee Cit. Coo i1 cf Mt. Augustine, Ipy ,ud'a of \lte power teatedl ia m? by law 'lf! ,
    u ., Notice.fIR. Razor* Brn.he9 .
    / &c. __ _
    r that from and after the promulgation ol this Reaolu Li ahal) expose for sale beforr_ the Court Hwtse fttPalaika :
    with Wade &
    1.- '. F-M. WEE&1S.DendaSurgOu and practicing Inaelkble halt preparation. the first Monday of July' next,the follow
    iii lion.It shall not bto'l.wul for ant persoi. to play at for As on ;
    bis act ready
    desires I.. to inform ntedtRaznra use. .
    IT G... a. Physkian tie Rime call..d"S.U.- at a of ballot in* described property or so much thertof ss will pay
    lid chile. of dl.< Augq iiue :and vicinity game sorted Cattery, dc Sfc *, Accordeoos. shaving soap
    ; : the stale and dot
    - Ud Meetings, any kind,in any of the public streets of the City( brushes boxes ,combs hair b,'ahe.steel key and county taxes necestaiy expenses '
    that U wil1 be ben UD tbeS5ihin. i _t.. will remain a straps tberronto wit. "" '
    1 U'h Gmf i-awi. Df oJm'a and rrniJent sad Will be 'always' ready ton bfAugasJie.. and any person offending against this I ring,tweezers, cork sctews patent giaa ink at*uda. f Y,: '

    I '$*4u ..iue puids and stripes. hiD permanent 10 each uf b prufcs4osiv I II prohibitionshall, it a white peiaon be fined io a sum assorted steel pens fun lines, hook,cotton twine. 3911 acres one h.lr2cllnd tbe'othtrh.tC3d rat.
    p ... ad :. pt. I B. W. BRITT. not exceeding three dollars for the first offence and B. E. CALL!?. land douSIe taxed granted to the Heirs of WflhirtaJ' ,

    _$1 = ID' ao\ot'fd l1k'Ti. 1853. fur each aabqnent offence, in a stun of not knw Feb. 26.1853.JUST Paatom advertised for nonpayment ot taxes for u.& .

    ; fc $.th. worked .i. ChemeHwrtrj April 16th. : than thrf nor snore than five dollars and if the offender yeas 852.being section 37 39 aud 40,private surveys'

    - > of*U kinds plain sod -t. Maglxtrato Election be a colored person he or he so o"C'Q4Iiolbait Received, the C.roliaa.b&m.com.oal', in township 9 range 25'snd ''6.and bonnied No rh14. ., .

    pteia, white s4 rralwoWeredfc.d be Mubject to penalty (or the firs offence ol leadJineed oil,turpentine,nail,molasses by public lands aad a grant'of Thomas Forbes Iletniion '.
    ,'. ",New Cheap 1"3'N Election b faoreby ordered to be ,on the not leas than three dollars fine and in de.ault of (the I syrup,honey,sujrari, pork. bacoo.bam.bet"(,cheese the South by public lands,oar the Last by puMio. *
    month for <
    - 111 M.LANPaLU.o4 : 1'"t first Monday of next May- two pay inenl thereof infliction ol not lesa than crackers, bread, flour aoap.nodln. starch, indigo land sad grant(tbe Heirs Thomas Forbes andoq; ', '. : .*
    each of the ,
    -ta -dt" ojposIer ,sces or the Peace fort ; Magistrates ten nor more than twenty five a*ripe* on the bare ra oas, almonds currants, citron,tea, eallll..p en, tbeWfstby publieland*. '. '

    ,. ', April 23.iII Districts io the County of'3t. Johns and ihe following back and for any subsequent offence a fine of three pepper, tobacco.segara. snuff and leaf,'brooms, tuba, UnUsauxeaawTexpenses are paid before. dayot'; ". ) .

    persons are appointed Inspector's i>f said tleetlnu. ,dollars and the infliction of twenty stripes on the jB-athbcuds, pails, baikeu. fiabJinea matar boxes, .Ie. \ ._-f '. .!; .

    _ 'kj1i....Ir.-A. ..orb pamely-For District So, 1 Georfe Center, 'back a. aforesaid -and if default shall be made in &. B. E. CAURJ1a1b R T BOYD,ahmffand ex-off .

    ( '' 1'MhnbttUu.. for ,'fhi," ADdrt. and E. C 1mpkiu-4'ur{ District the payment of any-fine imposed aa aforesaid upon 12th.Billiard 1uues.oradCoZlectore.QihataJanujry ,...
    _ '!'''Jvr &' r4M ,No. 2.Antonio Masters, Aotvoia P us and Peter "'
    4.fCsI4. any white person for a violation of this resolution, 1st, 1853. :$} .
    '! K4 Masters Sal-For Duunci No 3, M,naeltfoltno the so making default shall stand Table nail Teu Phi 'Alley .
    person cominitteu. ,
    _ _ ___ and D. J. Dorreuce.Th < -t '
    J J l Williams .
    = : -- John *e BccelY cI .
    fine jusl ;
    said ;
    ia ,
    until paid.Ftsacd
    .1' Retreat
    i l ;. sroi tlW Election of holding 4.T the Magnolia open throughout Ute '
    tbeld.jttheusuIpIu. by the Councll3lstJan. &. and Cordials, 'Ro Watar:I I'j .
    I''' II. rtach'c.1fIiIJ day Evening. Bam ,, .
    _ tion m said Districts and the polls opened at 9 A. Bar ? "
    Cstore".fH \ I' U UAIPHilE Yd. Mayor..Atteat J\n. 29 no48tf 1 R. MIRANDA. *, Essence Lem. -&, Pep41qL
    > \
    ; I. _4 cloIed" S P. *
    _I l 1. 44a.ILUMPUREYS !,cinnamon.Feb. cinld.
    .. 1I lBU.ij + extracts savory oranga pee '!
    ,, lthlfPeFtJDe
    ";'' 11" j i" .i''. a..Ajroiro, Clerk. I3ceUU5!.r-PriTateRooui *,6'5ttiog pcahyezpwdmuswJisos. ','I
    ,3ud'Ct rt & *- '***_t r*" PQbllO f.
    : *
    : for temporary purposes, aiwtyi In & 'W .
    ) ;. tcP1'robsts fit 7obsa Co. TAX COLLECTOR'd'D4t. DVXD3.;iu .readiness at the Magnolia fietnau : I3.E.CARR.. .

    ,f.jl tl ft. JL AKDUU.1I .iit16thl3. ;t this Office. NOT 29 ao48tf S.H1SANDA. 25, 1853. 4- .

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    'w- dsir-BOTth ; m 6..AUOUST1J1E,; E. r. me'bTI.w 110w.
    of tha.MjtboV ., By she E |llasae of B .1I ,
    I .tbttaib ., 'J'tj- :. tf .. .. '' shall exposefor tale before the Cotftt lion*sin "" t P&uBsylvatilxu -. .u.f ittk bt font ; "
    ''i' .. ,'. :Gat* : Lane North the city of Hi Aftguntine on the first .'ond.l1f Pdetkat eo the firn$ Moq1!"
    1 llttWtbeFubtfa 3esry.'if of THIS ESTABLISHMENT her May. |1813 the folfowmg described property or ss FOR TH& PROMOTION OF THIS. wing diibed dJ' ..

    f tl Oa Chariotta sad. Street few tag underjiooe Thorough Rrpnirs this much ibcreo* as n&y Lc sufficient to pay,'Ibe State e.'I.7'S OW DBS'ulV I" 7)BB pay ihe'sUfcaadkoaty ; 'C1'- -mat' .
    Gtf } ,a ,
    W doors ftotfth East oldie Pebl eS
    t r'-.' / > Iigetttfteld. Oa Charlotte 'rtireetandTreasLa reception ot C mpal. FAMILIES AND ?to wit 893.: creV3d irland.lttlatrdte. '
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    ; ? e .aortliof i&aFeblk atrttioreiedtotbe 'TRANSIENT BOARDERS bK"tfspucioua )oe and lotin St. Augustine situated in Charlotte bw trued ud atdlertraeJ for ; 1 eal'

    f s7 iitf% r > .*JT A Apartment street bounded North by 'lot lately( owned l>y .fhny C. TAMT, President WILUAK D.'KettrrECttJrnt the 1"f 1532, lying t lI lIOD 1rsli4at'< s "
    1" .80AaDING t Brigiida Gtmrz the SoutUiby l fut'htrlyowned'1 Vice t'DXVjlKD P. JIcTCHtLt, 2>, par IO i/,3
    f. ,% HOUSF9. | Raows Airy, Cef\n, and Ncntttt. ; a" ,- and partly Iii.towollfliP.it .
    by the hnr.of'Auionta l tifr;lP the West by -'lm- vrtrt E. H. BCTT.M.'Rteording Sterttnty, North rouge a L'blW :
    & jtffcrfbffo f St. ;
    O George {Street a few doors tsr lUctr. furnished'iiaudsomcly.- by publicand lands,ti+nrt bJ' rise
    *M iftflta of We COtln Hirse sod Poblki.3q.arr.A . ftothluir Wniitlu;. + loup street ami in the East by I lot <>*'nrd l by I;. B.Gil GCOCOE W.' UivttttterrttpviidiasSec.M gnjm of \Va). Gardatei h E.RM'RrRe. 4rJcMtt t
    .., being for rime cunn Srd l ty Jf, 3.Sanchrzas -vo-- '1ie itllf"
    Wty* 2..HJ o Bay siretxr-Wrrfer oBey: aDd property ao4 .Vet by the hire S'.MBA -.
    The House h well known in being re onll AjJcRSrJ ;,
    .. ? :
    ItCardca' tana? ** > ., } .Marshaltis'fl-oa. C. Ri-Htl'iliaud' R ,bt.TuwiDnd. Af Unless taxes t
    I .. Built,Ex prfeHsly with n view: to the nccomodtitmn .by tlertl listed: 3th Oct. 164& an< expense *rsale. ,
    hn Cbarles
    j ; "f _SM> 'O< CTOR&. "i *, 'nrtain. loppan, James f. WnlTaceChurlea ., I :
    t ,_' .'. of Intultd and cl*err. IadnK entirely{ .'aid house and'lot i i. a>- feMrd and ltiv d f Tnonpnymcpt :
    f lJIft F. Weeb*. s t'tfc athw Dwelling Howe upon Alatalester. E. ": |JntIrr, Henry S. Pasterrou. R. T, BOYD.eh rill
    a a*Brirtje Start, : '. built of WIKH!, with loc.s cunneciiujr, Folding c.f State and county taxrt fnr Ir.VJ. 1 M. D., Charles O.(Lcfan.l, William D. Lew. t I Tu.IInaoq.Ct a tid'q-.tr.; .1

    C ''i.I ./ Xh fra B. JVfc. Ofhc on St.:: George Street, DIM**, &c. %+which render it Fn-e" from will tell all the right tidy interest and property iu Joseph D,, Mewaft. D.. Edwin R' Cope, PaUtlowingdeseribed 1'1,.Jan, IstI3.I '. .C-U.rt.' "

    \ : t few tfaoni If ohht t. Duinpncss. Fireplace*> Blinds to window said lot and premi- of Tbos.C. Hockhillilitl Rvlt Fdwunt P. MitcUll. John S. Hart,AM., "

    I m.: Piaziit Pro01lnnde1'0 Towiand.and of thosr claiming under them And nf I' };
    l t. thritUfth.uiiening or) Ja med L. C ,!hum. if Tar .Co/ltctw' .
    I : P C I iZftlffraV' Caaiuist tad Ilrn=gctt, Charlotte Hundred Feet. Protection front Ruins Cold all other perron* wht se. names are unknown and win 8tk. ,

    I I \ J Hree' jf'wf t f'A .-; _*- ... I .' \Vind&cM forming a dt-inible RETREAT from may have any interest or claim: .oft said lot and premises E very :: jiiii>or. for rite Year 1S5I, }y rir ttl of the poser vested,In me.'r ++e'd I X

    I It .. t. .) \ : coniinrmciit ull tteaooiis of the year.Thv'Htruttt .- fjtilets taxes and expen.es are.paid before *> ill receive,fur each Subscription of Fin. DWLLAK a Jt "hJ1 "XIJO"f'for ask brfoie.tblk tfiuM 1.;

    1 t" I LAWYCRS.! is situated lacing Hojth central the, day of tale.R. .a print of r | Palatka on the'f lolI.ID1 ot larJiij .

    ,: ':1:tre' ( /: C""Utllot at.Lawee oa Arim. pokilion, and retired 1 froiQ other Dwellings B. CANOYA. Sheriffand ex-ofldo, UUNTINGTOX'S "t'HUlsTIANA.AND: HERCHILDREN" the stale aod.property 01 aalu eit'.ut'pU
    Tax ) i taxes '
    ,1. Asae sor and Colluctor s. J. c. ouuiy aGII .JIt
    The Units+ contains Rooms, with additional .; .
    f '. .rl Oct. 21 1852. ? "nsea due iVre.au, 10 wit, '
    i' A. Atlorne> ,and.. Councillor 1 Parlour*, Dirtin, Betting l oom ,Hrid convcntenuPH ) Eagrated by JOSEPH AXDRET r Lotion. 150 3d ,.{
    acre* te land.
    &I: .: '.'tojAreetf ,' 'j ,, ; ? ,. in general fop Accommodation eau- Tai. t Collectors nle AND THE COMPANION iJoul.k*lazed.{&adwribed$4K nteJ ro WMf .t a" '
    n:1t4 .' Attorney sod Co asellor f 'I A o Runl"zt -jl/ JJCP.V nonpaysarrtrorta
    1 not bt+ surpuMted. .,print an'q DREAM'EufratedlyA .
    1 + vrfne: of ih power vested ia me by law 1 for the year I8 #;lym? In..na1liP 13 rait rf '
    iC8pfC, Hqast, % r fV ., "The well vnrnod Repute ion thv* non (' By hail for before the H. W T&1IIE, Mete York hua dec4 North and Fait f' f .
    sale "I
    'ourt lladeapli
    f expose J
    t. Or he choice er.ar
    '. I half from Xwii" to Year ncqpl'ed< l ,i1 will be thPfiiprictrcw.'XIrs. ( of any I wo of the fa'," South and Wet
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    P ; in tit Auguauiu- e'lirst Monday of May Ifi53 the by"Jwo KitSr.. J..boc. '
    .. : i" L'-IW1J '.. .f .: Four "
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    > }1 jC Ii\VlS imo istHin< .ua,1I Unless taxe .andsale. '
    ; ;am following described property or a> much thereof as *. ; ', e.; ,.E"IAIt 'M.itir., Con; : "I.iJ.Jour : *
    .., l''p fur ,heretofore 45sM 1
    the r
    ? ; r tibrul Putfonuge she re- will pay the stale avd county wx due ,,11.i",01lCor+ ' '.: t1 J) > Ksox"s IrnKtvuw wtrn 3L\s gQrxEir orp .,. .z' .I-&t_ :..
    \ 8-' yrrux*beriLaiikiV. r.\i.m, ,tJA the year It.52, and the nrvr&arf. uQt pery.ioci4ru" t "P.f.tl\h..u.! -tr7rH4'h S.il.ta.l. .". ",. "if f' ;Ib' ; lI
    I bl t'"uoiJ17 d CJ'171tct-'t. 'J.hreeloRr ; gndirtdt.i terra i W 'Cfi.if ''' i r.PI\it.
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    '.} ----rv--.rW-WWf ; ." t U-; are "" Ssnail i ;
    '. }ry ,I II 3ptinishGcrrtatutttt ,tv* J Huerja*, andt CBZISTtAKA ,
    ," l rat/, J" .t. l .aq\1 ; exchisiIyurtht l .4-- AJTO m.ClJJJ.JJw.PIIj.'tllf flee .
    1' .. '.q.'J' utjriut-d.-y the Supreme Court f the Uniird States :. >. expose'Hlaikaonhefisr' taW
    { 1II.rc': t / 1ft >< _
    : I1OUHe. ", t' tigla,Engraved fyAn&a,'
    f .: j
    \ v' dg: te. ''VG: GmP6"1ia} Jo .Horses, CarruiceK, Pnriien Guns Fishing toralJJuhnturrtattau r,lying and being oa tbe j r irfl rat of ct JobtiK River, awve a place called the Kerry tag described progeny or so iantt''ht hcfetit xgyrii i .
    be cHrt
    P Tackle BpaUtijr Exc4rsion&c.
    .. $ tr''. ,t *, ,about twelve tulles thrrefroui and below John B.Ky'iui Art Union Reporter, the sute and county taxea auJ arce_aq ;;
    6 Eitep3t D Cl Circuit
    C I ia I I'f Ia Very Kesptx-illillv A'montblypvuphirteouutatng of the r.
    b iinJeJ outli bIanJa a report trans thereon
    t > ? of John Mur<*,aud dae to t 'ft. ,
    + llota/tt. l'UOlRiiTlLESS.
    a ; [
    f *ji 1 k. ,es. E B.CGdH. ,httiad Tax,Collectoriof-i ., <. front thence tat to the head of Deep t.'revk taking activDlloftbe-Ioslitution.subject of the and Fine information Arts on the 4aem 3d al ttland,granted tftC, W.: | .
    in the bla-st and \Vel bank of said ,
    Creek and bnun J-
    ': < I double taxed and advertised fo .
    .\ CanrtI *H. >' .i X. TIt Is the wiili of the Pro? e.I oar the north W. of THROUGHOUT: THEyilOLE WORLD. Bonpayutent af u
    TOto aodon
    by* hllf the
    t. CtlltcUf. *f Cutlumf''! Pal Am IB, office i iA In ] prfetres* thai the Servant attuclieit Went ) II __ t I j for the yeai lbS2, being la. townahipl3 n. %+ ,
    b the I
    :1. Johns.Uulet "I --- bounded '
    frr A North. East and West
    J t, ChaMotlf wr-tfat. Wstflleace. near tb< ncrr of. A. to the H(>iineliouldbe civil attcu- Then Union of by public bad tail'
    ; in1
    0 0.' ** >s taxes aud expenses are Desist brfote'day o'nle. prizr* i f 2-ouih by the Rive tft. Johns.
    YcrLa1L1 i '
    fi'J live aitd obll"IIII:. its own Crli..eates with which
    1 tdr'if\ C.,.". nm A. Mickler.m original Am rjcauworks Unless taxe* and expeuae are paid before sty ,tI,
    I It. B. C.\NOVA Shrift! tend! PX offino of Art may be purchased in any pan ufa the U. sal_ .

    Jf' Distrifl"m; ?of'Jteaatos.Flvrlds. offer'xdgVU.ill thj Court 8. COlin liouie.Rort.?e' MEYER'5 UNIVERSOMEDITED M Tux :lestsseur und (;'oilteiiir! t?'j. cOrl. MatesT nt the option and selection of ihepeiaoo/who/ R. T. BOYD.sheriffirnd' exT eR '

    T* AI tK n. 'f9MMkt. CleVk U. s. Court, office iu i BV CHARLES A Dl\NA.-Thispe-: 30, Ifito.f may obtain a prize at theAuiiiiu ,. Tax Assessor and UoUector jr., .
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    published from he fim of July semi ttlstrlbntioii, Palatka January 1st. 1853 01

    ;j t.. I Eruttel1se' G' R eI. Zcbubanr, office in monthly. will coniaiu views ol' the most remarkable Tax Collector's Sir Ie. 'MeA/ab place tut the brening ofllielaU.vetkJryinctery
    ,' w a nhlic ..and natural. in ,. Year.
    > cities public wrnca every xo r Tax Cotieetm Safe.BY .
    _L l JU81' ES ty Ind on coniinrui' ; accompanied by letter 1 8dewripiion BY virtue ul the power vested in me by Inw I 1lull THE EXECUTIVE. OMMHTEE ok''TIlAK'r '1 .
    TOE PBACRarlca every pret
    -f virtue of te :
    i f vested ia
    i* ,which,while the vxpoav lor ale be ore me Court IJ oils'- UNION, | power me by Is.I
    conveying must accurate
    Uagtt -OJjfe at jus reatdmee on Bay door at St. Augut>tiae on the ttr"t Mondby of May When select : mall xpQICI"or sale before fee Cove Uoaae-ai > .
    &.*/ T| and tnutworthy ibfonnaiioa. will link to clothe the s? reqtiestet, worksof Art,without charge Pilatka. the tint Monday
    dr drtuuuffuctoandfigurrs Kithwmctbunof{ tb itl5t: the following detfcribed property ur as much or compensation, from their ftijp*
    &uben pj"khaqa-o.mtft at Ids rr.defence. Ftfl b y r hereof writ .the mete Ins described property or.. so much thereof as%$ "
    ( a< pay nil) county taxes due FREE-GALLERY.
    and eiuble iht
    fJt hllhy of nature;; reader, while h** ;; 210 CHESNUT STREET,
    dtt'lrauda Barr cb. the .' ,
    { state and taxr aad
    thereon for the 2 pay necessaa
    ,1 'IH ,and the |tart
    I uecevary -
    observes historical and puhiicnl phenomena,to gain ortt.owr pennonin the who live re- '
    r Gttimfr Phillips. iot .rT )lic-office OD Bay liiciilent thereto, vix : may pensea due thereon to wit. tR,
    some freight tutu the causes frun which ihysprn.g. mute{/oin Gaileriea,or public exhibitions of the .
    _ ,j !, .*-' # i *frtsl.MtttI. JL ;: .. J CITY iimi9ftbe Market:: ,I -,>.s Ijctrnvivand cosily preparations have lx-rn made| t o GOU acres uf Ian tJ assessed .to John B. Campbell I Fine Arts. 06Oscres, 34 rite Ia .gnDtfOd to Fffneja 1.A .
    ?' ONFILIuci, GIll I present in it th.fuilvsl colletion of views,nut only from said land is rllUAlyd'llraf the head of N')rtli Kiver srd'double taxed and advertised lor nonpaytt ty d, '

    e .AuM'II"qaplaft". .t ; ,.1i every wclfon of the United States, but (rum all l jiorff"f being in ''"w'lIhiV 5 Souih, Ranged Ejt. The Subscriptions of membership, $*>, sbld be made, taxes for the year 1852, being in ,iownfc \\'tease '
    t r V : kn the 25 bounded North South
    : the For above artist hav lauds ore wn us "Cainpbcll's Place. 3UD aad'> rat bj dtidt
    continent. a year pas., as early AS pmcticuble, so aa to entitl members of,
    1 w r"ii". ) :'Al denata. ; been engaged in ihe romantic rtgio'nsof seers of which fs :d rate aud 300, acres i is 3d rat r Edt by the JKi/er St Johns.Unks .
    I E. Vedt .. eiploriag most early'napbraufthe ; lleporier, whic will baton C
    1 i .1 L&ca 4: .' I this country,Canada'and Central Aoferica for the 'and.tii.l due said lands for I 12 J.2. warded, upon the receipt of the money, to any part taxes and expenses paid 4 1t
    Clerks "t special benefit of thin wnk and its renders and Iht't'ugrnrrure of the country.

    : t1& .the Cu ieClti:Council. Charlea* llaagrf.it1k- e now'occuitd on above a hundred view* (,o u nty.) >. The [II 01.orary I Secre ties will gibe receipts for ale".1 n .
    : prill ,V.IW.A4jt. i' U. % *>f orlhmticaq scenery alone, v Inch in due limewill.Se Uulei>a Inn and expenses are paidkefore die day rubrcriptiunaurtrwiuartr! mav be made 10GEORGE' Co I
    i t Qir. a1. tit 'rket. Jhn
    ; ,, Palatka
    "'. .rr ADI'h..Q' I, : laid before! our sub, hers, in addition to other; sale. W. DEWEY JanulTiJir.IBj": 0.
    \ < \ R. B. C.t'OV,\,.Sheriffnmlexofficio.TJX _
    1 '
    A :.: { FART '\V RDENS. : s engravings Eu o all..Ali..tic.fiicI1D nnd Australian'cities'aaJ AdC&M. and Collector, .. CvrrffjMndwg Secretary, TaxBY +1af. '
    I 'tlltA'l CWkJtH :. landscapes illustrated by animntdeandlnieresting I J.c.' (: Cli-siiiii street PhrlndcW hla.
    ,'J.', .p.\.r.. )0 .L-i.
    Oct. 3ft. 1 tl 52. of
    .. .
    '. .,. i'. f"I _. articles from the most, popular writers.TwtJve : rinse thetpowervWed i law
    I 6 '.c. :AUCTI numbers wilt compose a volume. Each volnm'i I o l'.tJ"'flt'lurl \-lJEU1'E"J'liJ"r\h expose for oats before lh* .
    I r .e... Jro.Cr.atf1' t'. Ptm d J. A. Strischa.t*;? ', will cootaio four stet engravings executed in alilgji'atjle : six Collectors jite. 900000. 19 Pilaika on the first Monday: of July text, datf

    (), ,. 'r .. ", .. of art, with about twenty pages of letterpreM. vntue of the pi\wcr veiled in1 me by Lllw \ following described property wr eo raurh thereof as.

    h' ., "., if;'E t.'tAItJ'. ,. .' Br I 0II expose fuepAe{ before the Court lluu? Tt11GJ1U UAL LIFE I:. SVDA Y CE will pay the state and eqW".t.; .aecessasy

    '"1 ,.d : '1. .- Wo put the work at the low price of $3 ihr in the cityruf as. Augurnnr '.n the ret'Mundll" ol 1 O.UIMWV tr j expenses due Ihf oa, .

    ., .l!, .I1 4i tw:4 hk"JI' taple .,d: Fancy Dry KfriiHiniiiiiil volume, or 25 ceutr for n singlf .May ti53 the rol! .sag dee ribed urojn-rtv. or b OF NEW YOlJK:iO.35 WALLS'.. iiOOO seres 3d rate lano JManted to.joJ a .

    I; i ., let GoodIJOra.c Squar,,_ .. ',,." Gtsorge'. and I'jcolata.. .,..\.,t'etl. Mar number AH{ aubwgriberH pnyinc, tier Vr. ,l. I mndvnncP. mach thereof WILr pay the itnnan county Itix'U, .1'tET'q 1 lHjO Aec-mnlated, currlr invented Fund in, lor.Bonds tat and, 1849 Morfrage, $>,- and Joubf| 'taxed*aad advert 3 fun ooasaymestlaJfe '
    incident ihereuu. $ |
    will lie+ euMtleil. and nrcr scary expenses fur the 185% bring section
    '" ...u.roQ ti; ,lit dlarrk Comet .o( kit. G"f to recivp aihiuni (pt" onrenleMntein. tniacity and Brooklyn, and, stocks year 40 a i"
    .' tb! superb plait! enetuvtd on nireliimwinl JCiz(' wu : \k South halfof.a 4IMX),arejr ct Jrth let lo
    ". a l'rcawtpLte1 rnPM; atpPbtt4sy within ,.l of tie Mate end'Cay' oi" New York Unitedfiti :
    ( ; f..4:1, : :: ttown lot die !limits ri Augnsinentt s and. .. rlu'C.21.'rlw-.h jiset'
    P l.burt64et. ill
    tt. foIm p Jurk ll1 Olfictf: HI" csr/ : 4
    .. .- i' rr'lIrd, ."; 1 'sad jEttttiUa .let ( alter colled'No'nh of ilie *.C+rrer++meai: 7" 'fTliis -
    City rfireatijrWyt'nrtwt lands
    .' ," .1. ,..(:a, (gt'afdt .Fiktfiy trylcc rt t''af tNl' klDdI I4.'iq1 braced picture of F.lfLindbet'rrencrHVfd |l' G. place tate ."U..UQ Kollm anxiiM-d to J. c F-illiifant and! Uuverii ; fjnd is wpif-'ly inereasingiy a"widely extra.j byruStic Uulrsa ( .and: ,before", Waxes

    rJ'b 4...io.SJ$*_.1 Clarlritte If&Rct'N ilt-fzeroth.! .ed for Mile for non tyuirut vi UAen 'fir l ttjO. dad and prosperoim bufiurw. "" expenses* are mid, ., Ti

    M i:thayi'abbe; square. The publi'hff .Hill upply', ntnn-, The o'eclared dividend ol ga. .
    (, pwimpn Unless taxes .Iud expeuai are paid: tu' urn day of Confpny n profits of fif- '. T. BOYD sheriffssdsafe. : .er!
    r 0'ffe.Tr .l.,. pealer iv tiaple.tad' Fancy DryfSvJa ,bent ;vritiuiloivdy I to Aieni ant1! P'>'inuH' T', sale. % tr-iwn percent on ait r&iung'polivief i ihe3Jstot 'rax.A dL.lttewre.It

    ..Wcst,f rude of Charlotte atrret .a ''few' doors' and will mnkefllt rul"rrIIIICI'nlfm.) wub Ilium 11. B.1'+11V.\ .SliHrnr.in.l. \x m.-io. January l 1u4a' f Palntka January 1st. I 0' =

    't a Sooth+ fTrta ury Lane. ft! cur ulllllnJC'1'lIB UNiVEItSUM. lie will 'l'a. x \a.t'h ur, ai.d Coti'Ttur >. j. r. Al| ilic I-rani" :iv c. d"'ldof among
    t aetll JU. 'IVelctata Wholesale and r .. ... -
    dealer 4Iter III' urcd. Gt4kW1iF"
    ohm CfubM
    a nupply art two Iterainr nl Sb! hnlt :i Ode 1 IT I tI :. Tax .
    v t.ll1r;/ti.ooduud'.Groceries 'Grocery store t>athe, year 0" |Jive nt $W and ol u lurnvrnumber The preniiin.*are pafkble rnraehaaauallseannually m- "
    pc'rHttiiM ;
    i | QVonuf floor Ho&l Good Y virtue of the power vestfl in ,me by law i iJW "
    oaths CUJ
    r -Ury Store, ul the Mim rate" 1,000 aoaK ..lGEf'.r8V'l'ED, ,-jBjr Qirtrfrly, interest being. added on the
    1 | iCb.tlq ue ,ir et, Ho" BGl1djD'. deferred Faym": .. B shalrsose{ for sale before the CuurtJ"I11aiksoit arse m

    .' ATarti' :' tiy 4 N. Pitt Anat. Uealera ia Fancy HERMANN( J. MEYER, To BELL P1CTOJUAL AN'D OTlltll UaLr.UL The cDllb prifciplc adopts! by this rompnnyite-, the firUMonday o July dzU a jwoj

    Gb...-&g, opposite tn. fisnters Hotel oa East No. t61Vllliuan., KUrt'l- Np.w.rk.. WCJilKS FOR TH1! 1YB\R I iBa3. Burro to the jmnifb for wliocw benefit the'liidurauc es lowing JescribWproperty orallniuch Sereof sww%,

    4tde oftJai'I.Uutrut.. 1 J A MAliAZl E OF PUKE MUKALSPETERSON'S $ i.oqo DOLLARS ,\, YEMUWANTLU are enacted, tile whole fir tlt'! ndfjnt: gei without l pay the state and county!:zees and necewary U-Jpriues

    t*. i PjdfJ"iiet. DealeriaGitx-, eries, Provisions, in every :'county of .tIu.UII.it. ,"1 subject; iup them to the heavy drawback of accumulate ; dnc thrrrunttu witl ..
    ,i.. W* ttr c uf C"na and at. Gtorge street. lie.an p J premium note A pies of iand is the Tow'Gtlalk..," l
    active ,
    entecpn-'iiiij IUCT to engjgc -
    lrt' f J*'P. J-'Qdi- Watch maker and ,Jeweler, I Perwna efilct designated on the of said
    t 't MAGAZINE the sal> of some uf the IK-SI Bou<"" !ithe m.i) iosurancon their own {lives map 1 ita" r
    George arrtWi. nearly opposite otfice of Dr. Peck. > in dJre and the lives of<>th-n. A married woman can I in- 22. bounded East by id street'fQ5'U. txrt
    $ ,: y4. v% ftt .*jw. :Ketailev of Hoot, Shoe. Cap e, DT The Belt and Cheapest Ladies' Magazine.xt i. o.'U (rV. 1'o ol nvti U7od'' I uclt>*, pofx-nung! a curio the Ii(rof her husbn l1.f.1 hr benefits of which are South Jt jnaio"'reeland North ,street. ;
    lull tr"in S2'llUU 1O' t.rl'- nt!13
    ,, (. 'f t slats. Dry Goods,. eaat aide of Chariot tee atreet, A NEW VOLUME of this popular periodical will a will I he cap'tHl olfeird as to enable iliciu to Duke huiu $1to cur"ll by law for the exc'uMve: use of herself or cbil-I "bed to be owned by Vaud nburj(Gile& Uoffauut. '
    f Charlotte utrpetand commence with the Jaona number for 1 185.3. Unless
    "'f', f'j Treasury Lane. whicl\, dreii. taxrs and expenae&are paid bfcre day j',

    6 .* ;#L &# see 4.*4".. Tailor, Cbartoite* street, w ill| be ready by the 1st of December' ,and will be the) I JJP$.> a The day B profit..,uks p'lbWr-t! hy; 'n. nrf all.u-eful! i inhcir Clergymen nnd oil others dependent upon. ash a- iJe. .4.,

    Dear tl'Ii Yon; matt toper0 nit pa.z 1ud. character, xtrcuiriy : and,. wntatan J rn-s are>p>>cinly! IUY.h'J ro arai tlieniMrlves! ore reHwee IV T. BOYD sheriff and ,tx-oC
    - < ,. Jolter Urin, Boot maker, Charlotte street near The otlly0rlgittallingazttte. utfrtd.. whereby iljm.-imvingtamilesuiay be cartdrum Tax Abe,* arar and loU; oct. at
    tart l Jirge rales wirvcr! ihy ir )
    - City')oirrt. {
    I i, I ': MichaVl J Kellipa-Cabiner This is now the only Magazine that give original For further. p.rticamm, nd lrr4 (|Ipaagr1471JI 1 ). ihe evils ot prnury.Paniphletsfxpiniialory. Pal'ltk.lapery fit, J8j3.

    3 MtJcer. CharlotteJtrrrt.'txbw articles exclusively \. Ann S.Stephens the editor > UOUKUTKKS.. : t .I'ust.tsttu. of th,principles of llatuallit. ? .

    t -. Trntpeitnce if all. i and all the best American writers, are regular \ViliaiuSretii\cw: : York. ( Insurance,and illustrating are advnntazca. with 'fax Collectors Sate* ,

    I .es Dortut Aorth OlirxriH.Gate';;.C 31aek Uraithand Gun Smith.. contributors. More thrilling stories' tales and novels Febratry'5th.LR 1;;3. forms; uhpi-IIiI'8Iiun.maylH. obiaiu at Iheoffic oilUe Ip Y virtue of the power rested in uai byhHbfli _Ii: '

    .. 1 :e City. have appeared in this periodical, in the last ten (Company,35: Wall at., or of any of i it* ag-nu. esp .e for WIle before the Corn IlotfcN '

    ), Herod. years, than in alt tir ctkertput t:rtAer. The lone ( F.' .\ .1 1) 'i'dU:1tt. THUS rE S. l'ilatka,'u the first ooJay ot July n.xtUM*faOtiH
    Ir 1il* uraott ul Jre .
    *m< u. by is that ol. the highest moral so tHat family JoB Collins! David C Colden ing described property eo mtrh hereof
    _ I'' Y: Bier,C HOLea. : purity evrry LORlLLAltl. MASUFACTURLR.N" cf as-wu: pry ,
    'l J p. Win
    .. G.. where there are daughters, should have it. Keeeipis J llydop, Alfred Edwards, the state and county taxi; aDd expeosH .
    Kp of nccesarj
    Reuilef Liqcap. Ketreehraenta I : Chatham it. New York It.U
    4 ,
    *. patterns for.rmbroidery.and everything useful MtGWy, Win B:tts due thereon to wit. ', '
    street, opp-iii,:Bridier'a Bor.Auer.
    ,. ", bDg to the ae*, appear monthly. OFF"'R fur sal the loilowmg articles warrant rd Lied Wiriiioo, Joseph Blunt '. A p.ece: of land in tfie Town 0 Palatla knows .'

    ,t ... '., I Itr Colored Ifathloiin here Only. r ur quality:-. (.ccub 'y.scotch.Cuai& John C W Faber, Uaa* G IVarson, decigoated on a map or plat'of acid town as the North.,.
    .. / t'rtiu-h M, STAGE OFHCE.Wt j No other Magazine*now gives colored steel fashion i uiip Tbeo Berwick) of Block No. 23; nJed"Soaik by;Uw 'Sowk>

    I ,' o/ *f tl*'PieiUU Moil Sttt,. Bridier'a City plates, as this does. Full leuer-pres*descriptions accompany iu lin-lvil Dud papers: a more particular di crip>i..n Stacy K i \t i.. Moore, ha: "of said Block, JSaWby 2d street, "Wert by 3V
    be know tip oiJitis Zt-oetiee fook
    \, Hotel. t. ,. ; iII each .monthly plate. This is, in fact the full of the various articles ai-ove: can by situ; fur a John II :wifi, JonaMiller street, North by main_ r street' owned by the heart ftf .'
    i Sa book of price current tf..I'hrllpa' : .
    't tex- fashion, and indispensable to all who '
    ..\ f. .CHURUtJES.h would know how to dress elegantly,yet economically! St. Augu tine,Janusry t loth! ,.1853.- y"U1(1I. _. S John 51+ ,Oornell.Vadvorth David A 'omstock; h Unlls* tare*'and.'erjxnses; are paid bdbre dtX4fi
    Roblrt J'
    L ," '. ew t.tMu.14o dd 3foaata4r e. It enable sneer lady Ie" lyre* .va drettmaktr. 1i Ore J UL Goiix3i t Wi ins James (JBnrabers ShnyJer% [ sale.. _. *, .

    ,' tyu.re.t. '. ., .tilt>isuiticeflit! M(czzoliuts mid lulmr! T. P.- r-1. n--i.. _! R.1 BOYD: abtr!and rs.e6' :.
    '" Bp-1d CltircL aide.Menameataqoare, cUbe nlfra"ll1p. IS hereby given to all. persons interested in the. Estate Fred \\luuleai-y--/n "I'' uvuwjiuau. TaxAsscaeuraodCaUretort.a'Palatks
    Peter Mitchcl, creditors hnrs, II Uriaaell. January tat 1B53. "*
    I CAit d. ot as Legatee *
    On dL ( Cbtirlea
    a", f.ittt ieorqKrtet' The meaodota steelrngniTings., one of which, or otherwise, that the undersigned, Executor cf Ely, \/UI J Bunker. t r

    X&A Bru9p&Ctenk v at least appea In every number, are unrivalled for said 'eler Mitchel,intends tlfu r the expiration of sit.monthsfromtht John C Cruger Eugene Duulh Ta* Cu licet or3* sale.
    Bt. e.rge arteet.urut. beauty la atratlona well W..her
    u as reading matter, S
    : < : reby.to present his accounts Y virtne of the pdwer feared ia to? by fe
    f ) it wdejd, thfc I4agazia,|$ withouran equal 1D feet Alfred pell, ..
    ; '' and vouchers to)thel ojIP/obate/ fur the of lk.t.n lJ. lift .j. <* -k- *f &/ni .
    r' laesEMflMat&kW ex fob
    .. bW ied" county ,- f re
    t tEreir
    G a i .tit :
    'J11I : ; '
    ': .n .t tr"r1 .", retry ..Jnbnsi'.atrfica "ulnllt'Q& htfrf,;;adalto J. .' i p1fa t t
    \ py r, 4 '., _. fslar;iT""e strt 1 (rrutarteTor'.M' .cr..ai .M a't =i: Mj;
    ,. + fri l lM.
    ., 'nrf .
    mIJ.t"r" : '
    = \Bt.
    ..JII. ''iT' ,1 EIia"d II
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    '. : r-'iftf" .".m'.t&V .' ,' ., u'E>srcittoirhenof''b uvr. .
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    if.jj. "a. I ,: ( q \ :- 1' .I'; '. .,- to. t04eereJidnjrl .. ,
    i ad's 16th.. : + "T .
    .I 'q ,
    One fa dollars c. \ .1. &:.1' -
    '. 4. :' ;i. .the copy oae.year,9 ; for ihre eopiea C B. TUTKAM, ,' : .: .,::.J4. .1 I9Cl"b( as
    Apnirnd '
    5 ,
    ,, dollar for five 7 Nov. 13.l852. ,
    .third' bef the ; copies dollarsnd" fifty cents ; ,. I
    fiat. Moaday Ja Wcvoa. for eight copiea dollars for sixteen &uap.INCHESTEU'Sexira. itlidJlrton, _..ng sectum 40"private tt*<>:
    20 dol.
    10 ; copies .
    bn.'Mhdauei every year tl ship S rate 27, and, bounded to ail sides.by .
    ," Fo, tha cpi.of f ouuun*at Piktia,second Toed .lars.I S. 0 liteI' Family and No.. 1 lands. '. .f
    I Castile.soda
    ; Ja',!, .a.-L:1iJ",1I'.A.1' PRMIUM3 FOR CLUBS.-To repay pe.aons get- hereby gtvetttoall Creditors Heirs, Legatees a ,Almond, Vsri&ateJlud. Rose Unless taxes sod expenses art paid >before 6y f <

    '. f' .>- t tit .t 0caJa,, foerta Moaday ring op Clubs the following splendid Premiums will and oil era interested' in the Estate of JOSEPH Spice sale. 5'; ''t .
    illy' 1 t ,. be given:-For a club of three or five, a premium I t.SAN a LLS f
    l HlZ
    I J afAptiL_ ; I\ *:: 3 J of Sil. Johns County deceased, thai 'CEMace, NatmegriovrajClnRarooa. R. BOYD.8hrrinnJexbfit .
    I, r t w TJT it cofrtletr Alachaa del Le9at N 1t. pun 16 by 24l cbesa'mapificent off r. For a I on the expiration of six months from the date hereof ill U'utrer. Pepper, tome Powdvrt/Va'nilla i aad '. .' f. Tax Aneshrrasd Collector <

    I' t t. 1I.&iI Mbadayia May. club of right,a copy of the Magazine for 1852. For we will apply to, the Court ot Probate for the County other e.ences. Talatka.Jannajy 1st "ir*. .T'3

    m; .' : r"lM Cowny of Colombia,at Alb tor. oa the a dab of sixteen,an extra copy for ., and a premium oi( M. Jeans aforesaid tor a final':settlement' of our t'ri'ervu itid '-,
    ia addition Fruits.
    t laeco;'J ooday .r May i plate t accounts with said Estate and '' Tax Collector' little
    I. f. i a discharge as. ncQ. un-: .
    1" < b'ortheooaatyof ...,.at Nasaaa C. Addressed,postpaid toC11ARLFS lots there-'L L Oringre.CoeoaPlnmaPineAppltsGas- F.
    b= J ROD tit J. PETFRSON va Jelly Currant Jelly, girawix-rry KaspSer- virtueof the pewr vested to me by law f

    Wtdaeaday bdcre the fbanh MonUyin< May T No **8 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia., PEDRO DLNKT, ) -_ i>, 't"aCf', Apricois Greco Gazes East; India Gin By u expose for sole before thftCoarr 1 .la',:
    \ t t;' % *, the' ... JOsEPiiE'POMJat.on\ fruits in their ? Palarkx. first next the 68me -
    JSS3S5A51r{ ? OD own Juice, Raisins, Almonds, Ilot- on thf Monday of Jaly ? J
    IIF 0 \ ;; ; TOYalBabteTractt Lt'I"EIL fcU Augustine, Oct iGih Jt5 d-aux, in ihell.Bmxil l described much thereof is will l P'r'the -
    ; r* a.. "t For tbi CoMMHofSt Joba'sat8t. L4RGB nuts English walnuts Filberts property or so !

    .I .taesjseoQd Mi aday ia[ Jane. AqaaiDl' ot Laud fur Sale. TUITION.fJ Curramn Cftron.Pronestn wood,glass and tin,Dried state and county taxes and 1K'ca.atJ expansesssothereon
    j Apples Figs, Pa ,t Florida Oranges ,to wit. ..
    ,at letaiL
    ) .j V rAiL TOUU fill HE sabsctaber' ol the ,
    aa Agent several 'HE
    t Subscriber
    Fortb'counties of Qraag and owners si the request of many of his B. E.CARR. 1D11i'urct one bifid and the other half 3dland rste -
    St. lAde JL oflVtrs for sale of the JL
    Taada, some mos valuable la o J* friends has been iuJucea: lo undertake he A Augustine Dec. 18th 1852.t douSIr ofPntom Wi1i1- '
    -+ bclare. fi.o.dayor tui taxed granted eke Heirs
    ,ftmbtr. ,. ia EaatHorida: to wit: lion of a .hunted nuiiibrr of to
    '. e rerlhe county of Puuuuo. at -Pilatb. th'leCOod 800 acres valuable hammock land, West ofFlem.ington templates openings School Pupil. He 'herrforeeon- -' ; .MtIL iARuUNjust and advertised for nonpayment ol taxesyeer:852bringaretion3739and,40.ptfvta fet&M .,
    i ou Wednesday the 'first arrived 6 aawJJS <
    ) 'Ita Toes% beioie,4lfr first Monday of Notr tttber. ,known u the Gibba Lands Marion 6:0., till of December rextst the house from New York with days
    Cramberric .j
    St. recently occupied *. Apples Po in 9 25 and 26,aad bounded Neukotbee'liria
    : Forib of JouaX township
    eosayr oa the 1100 range
    Jrst eear'theA1achua.J5ITIDDI
    'ojl Monde known is law office tatoes, Onions
    W. Buckwheat
    as by. A.
    Forward .
    Nuts '
    ,J' t a November. .. the Garef Grant. I the adjoining Dates, by public :'ancU and a grant of Thomas. +.
    residence of Ju.lge, E. B. Gould., Confectionary,Olives. Capers
    I T Wk7 1400 in San Felasco hammock Catsup Preserves Shot on the South by public lands,on the .Eai& by $bk'land
    baton Lead
    SftiPfyirf 1&T1 the acres near New- lie will teach al : Powder, Ice.
    Elrineutary branches of New Cider, Ale, Porter and Forbes**!'%
    er. Baasville?knowa ..the Law ton Lands. English Education an Segar. Wine*. Cordials graniof the Heirs of* Thomas .
    t1j t I' For the county of luftJ.OD the third Moods of Several thvtuaod acres good and in the ArredondoUranu and {Arithmetic. iz.pt"I..ng.+ Reading, Writing Poik. Lard. Butter t &e.,Tobacco, llama, Beef the W:st by public lands
    .. .
    rack- 2
    \f Kovtal r. .1|I. lie wit Teas, Stew Unless taxes and,expenses are paid before.d ysale.
    7 aka give iructions arts Syrup, Coffee .
    in the Spices Cheese .
    theory of ,
    Sur- Macaroni Ver -
    For tha ewrntvol Hcriea ea tha first Monday in 700 tares oa Halifax River South of 81. An- veyingajkavjgauou.aud; Mensuration.TESXSKB micelli, lace, Dried( : '
    t. Decetebfr. ,.1 < (tr ey..kaown u the BttlowPltntation having 800 I Mackerel, for Apples. F. Si. Beef, Codfish "- R T BOYD, ?' ncftl-ol a

    I k ;For the cOatin of Alsdua tad Levy, on the'JeCe acres opea.Uad suitable forage and cotton :Q UTE*.--ForthElementary bra Dches. Jan.8th IR. B. E. CARE. I lax Aestrssot sad C9 allestat>,

    > *od Moaday iaDecmber.: .. ., ,' 1 And several other bodies of hammock land 86 per quanrrbaifquaner in advance.' : yMsifiouiiry Palatka.Jaeuary >si, 1853> ?' t, A ., .
    ; J'o file' on i. Surveying &$. $3 extra .
    a rtuuyof Colfyniia/ea.the third Moaday aavifabla waters.v .
    4 laDeertnb*. *. '. -,. ._, It-, Tha titles art sadovbtrd and terms low-Awl! Sam yiug, separately pet qnarier $6. 00 ,**.I&t- lines.Cotton flax flT pie.aasi ,- R'

    ... j '.The UA':Dbtrlet Cwrt' 'tl Ih. tga i ,"tM 10 .lL __I. Ji.GEO. It.r FAHUikN&8, Hours r uf tsidoa'fror. 9 to 2 O'clock RECEIVED by Brij Trcmont an::excellent l as S cast'net twine aaa Lamp; Yrct..r. f

    ". .. .ysb..1666 .eUF.I. : ot, prime thatiooary,of flssU> & kegs,,shot'aistdPe: on Cape, "
    lApti1.1. J., 1G011 every
    t .' 81. variety .
    '. 't" ..4' ; ) 4b$+sota ,)tJ' ud .
    .s Kos B.IW.Jtt .' F eriDtioal asJoat CUL i
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