The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00132
 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 30, 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: UF00048575:00132

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ertttf4KNv : Usi"-pled., .a fr.nittJ -' :cftainly'but,Sir Stepheu'ls 1 getting very! ,faint:-- ble uppn the sea." or1.bitty years Great Britain Torld Herald'td thj&Jeiaments vcoiv; .. '

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'" J.JI, \,"'r' : 'Ii-"- ;;; ; am'_:,1 .i 1 ,:;...t"t\ 1 I r", ", 1 i is',In his", riLl" hjg! .:hcad and shoulders 'sink took 'British Itavy) and,had been scouring the Beas.in;: :. :fitsIf&nnett, '1J 'le'P1 d4ieilistri titod, '\ < r'
!Iwu. \ % Rearch'cfa charice to>> fight witifan American' ;,oyez a \thousand factsit would'make"each one bC.-Y.
Bum t,", nts mot+ be paid for'btfortirnnimitrfd 1 w, 1ullf his child iifcholqrig with the water; it*' : ,
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v vessel ; and in_ >Spirit of defiance carried at her | them intensely, hatefully ugly He ought no* to ;* ,
....;'tlalesa b1wptl: !altubtpr. 'Dr refrrt : 'connected account,IBrojp ;;Jier f but it APt'tand that1"tHe a <"t tir.96 flaps on ill !face'; the father is 'getting- mast head': challenge to battle. The'Constitution be permitted to go into the street without a blanket -

tit or ternrn, t3 1 fgate'sum! m.,1ft-<
r' tatir"aae twiili the ,uhtftiR'me that the. boatman wanted to fill it to ;!try, before be sees his home as in a vision ; and Eleanor get- away* for her vain bo&stin'an oast.* Her approach so many of the New York children die of.c.pnvuJ- y:..
'with.'Jbt"nllmfr the was greeted with a terrible tire from the, sions, since o Bennettispermitted, to walk abroad'
i O" A.4nrtJlu'pr. not narked ting news. Is he drowning I '
they net Bail, but that Sir Stephen vouj ;impatient, which the Constitution at- with face t
Ouerriere man's
to paid no uncovered \Ve once !heard of a .'
of "'f'ttJth't'tquJrtd.' ) ", will,' ''be continued untilmod and said the boat was well enough ; that the,* aU What,, was that sound that shout, that wild, tention until her commander brought her to the : face that was so ugljMfca t : i iwas P faced ,on andirons k
for 1
(-dw d >* got in, and went acrosS rather more than halfway dim echo from some living world'of safety that very teeth of her enemy, when he' gave the for the purpose of frightening: children from

I Nod& toIkhtoras and CreMitofa, : $7 Off slowly for ,there scantily smites him in his death hour? "'here' does i it word, and in the language a' graphic narrator :' the fire with much effect, .JN&>child dared*fo ap- I
ApJi| feetion )fpr r eltcff 0(, Administration. /5'00 yery was any of the event, "never was; firing so dreadful.For .- jiroach'the andirons and.thU'jiibility to combustion ,
come from ? What has it to do with him? They;
wind and that ?
not fairly with them-and then r
CT I-U rpHgioBp nolides will be inserted eratuiO : fifteen minutes the rived lightning'of the from such cause was greatly lessened. .
toull. .. the, boat disappeared see him-they see him from the cottages! Help Constitution's guns continued in one blaze, and If Bennett's' ugly likeness were staniped on fire- v
said. him! save him! even "if you can't swim, wade to the thunder roared with intermission." the effect would be decidedly bad for
Art,"u. for Job Printing be Yes,all had happened as she Sir Stephen, scarce an places the ,
mutt paid ont worried the him-fling rbpes-i-geta boat- get him in help I In thirty minutes after Hull had laid her along children would not dare togo near enough to the
already ,by :difficulty with
the. WfTerv of the work. I Clephane He is near nowyou"can surely reach him by side her foe!, the Guerriere surrendered and had fire to keep warm, and would become frostbitten, ,

(53" AH; letters 1 n"businf.a. Md r *" communications 3 and his lK ony, and angry with his sister for,,quitting the hair, by the child's dress by the knotted not a spar standing, and her hull) above and below, and perhaps frozen to death. We cannotfcoif- '

stnsie', rMDisred'Ivestrrntaon<<.. ,'. .. the party, spoke with savage impatience to eCseize'and ; water was jo shattered that few more broad- cejve of any reason why any thing,should be is
B the old boatman, and assisted hjmself in shoving help.It sides must ha',e carried her down. The Constitution ugly as Bennett. lie is uglier than a half starved

$&) i 73JJ. 1t. I. off the boat and putting on 'the. tiny sail At first is done; he is on the land once more ; among was BO little injured that she made readyfor hyena. He is ugliness perfected. There is a 'II

... r ,. .,. wet, struggling,dripping, breathless men. He action when a vessel appeared in sight the thoroughness about this ugliness which defies:
-:. -janr '1II0TBER- they did well enough; then the boat lagged, and does not see them ; he does not hear them ; he next day. The Guerriere lost fifteen killed and competition. When Mirabeau ',described himself: I

went uneasily through the water; then it became sixty-three wounded; the Constitution, seven as a tiger that he had the small pox he placed 'a
does not feel the beach
"'Twps.Sabbath tuningtcaltn! nd still, evident that she leaked considerably-r-a plank shingle against ,torn killed and seven wounded. Such was the first very ugly idea in every body's mind ; but it was

ht wnheard bat must hare started and bleeding" skin, that stranded majestic statue brilliant chapter in the naval triumphs of the beautiful when compared to Bennett's fa .e. When "

Wsrnrno whippvrwjll.' t of a man. He lies motionless, senseless, exhausted United States in the late war with Great Britain. Appelles made his beauty, hisTenus, he took an
WhoM strain the soul would fill Sir Stephen put his hand upder -rotten board
-. not dead. God is mericfuL Untie the from from another .
very The Constitution, under command of the gal- eye one woman, a nose a
When not tier died. '. "e hi the flooring, and tore up the planks under'his little child ; unclasp its arm. No, no, carry them lant Bainbridge, fought another most remarkable mouth from another, and no on, until the Venuswas

Thrn piherfd frl" nd. from far and"''near' feet both in together, to the warmth of the tire in one action with the splendid British frigate Java, onth18th complete in her more than earthly be uty.- ,

; Bale it out-bale out the water!1" shouted he.. I of December The Java was com Now if any Appelles, artist of appellation, wishes
"Bknithefk JiKi cheek and tear met tear, of the chafe him well and lift the child .
:: cottages ; and to make the most indubitably perfect
- ; manded byj' Capt. Lambert a meritorious representation
Alas water was more ;
And ell upon the form to dear- the rushing in at than away. He sees, he speaks, ho :knows one of the experienced! officer, (who was killed during the i ugliness, he would not be compelled to "

tiVhenmother"diedn! *' one crevice. The light wind played mockingly men. Stand away, let him speak to the man he actiop,) and|had'on board one hundred supernumerary take featur from several very'ugly,persons, but '. ,'"

I around them; the sunset lay rosy and still on land knows. .., ,seamen', destined for the East India service all he would.be compelled to do would be to get ': F:

.. A +ytet t denr. with' 'tearful .eyes. -'* and water ; the iong sweet gilded shore stretched 'We'vc'lloo a sad accident Take care o/ the' beside* a Lieutenant General and other of- Bonnetfs face, and the enterprise would be accomplished >f
Brvttt Mi arch uehholy..heartfelt sighs, .. .
ficers. The Java obstinately) fought but the I
them -in thV ek5"We'iraUjalone. fir away, edged with. a golden beam and a fringe child. Ah 1 Frederic, we've had a tussle for it; I 4. ) I I
That seraphs taught Constitutioii was once more .victor. So .terribly FRANCE.
." of shadows. f t we must put'a' ,little life into you my boy. The did slie injure her adversary, that it was AGRICCLTVRE IN -A letter writer! ,for a.
Oh God I : to die sot the Republic says : "A trip of six hundred and :h:
were they father smiles a faint smile. found impossible to bring her into port, and she '
miles. from the Northern the Southern .
A brother held her dtatb-like band, The old boatman' teeth, chattered wittt'fcar.Sir .- 'Pu\a little life'into him Put a ltttle life into was destroyed on the following day. Her loss extremity fifty of France justifies me to in the e
ltHrired i her geattc.fjrt 1 omQ1&Dcf,, Stephen1 haslily) undressed'; measured the Him!' Why are they.all'so still and sad? Put was sixty )illlcd,- and upward of one hundred sion of my opinion that God's sun dots not pres"j"j
s .
'II '\Ittt' .llft&l-, _'.y k.,........... .. ,,;: ". bright sheet of water with his eye. It was not the long wet hair off his lovely face. His eyes wounded." .. itrays on so fair a land, or one so thoroughly.E
.to 'i ." e a < The frigate United States, under command of cultivated. The whole country is literally a .
sa ..to ; It could not be snore, lie not quite closed nor yei'opcn. He has fainted '
Decatur obtained a glorious victory over the
'T garden. Every square foot,Tram the mountain,
i i hull aaahing overyiho.waters.so often, 'Macedonian] anew and splendid British frigate.efaVter
kl the lowest is '
:i ito to ravines made to produce some- ". .
_, -; ." a ,t. Rtr "lta" a ce oz: a 'and e wu'to"ewim'nowfor In a ion? rs. w.jjg ijrr-t ,*nPflflTsntrlies I t dHne....ctibicUnited ?'J '*i"WIA. ....' tJteW wir.fti., .lio:ml4oeptiblencf; i "
.r W.'. to rest, his life, ay and his children's lives. l' on the knees of the cotter's wife,his beautiful States being armed in great part""wilhcarronaxfrx of planting or sowing \ttjeir crop 'r whether on 0" .

..From t'anhlf pile Jib not his chHdrtn; :-a child; he felt it,.couldbe limbs freed now from the cold soaked' : dress ; fought But .when the battle the American at most decided frigate plain or hillside, produces the finest effect on 11 \.A r
disadvantage.: the of the landscape the place allot- t
for longer life site did not crave, but one-it was a chance even with that one. naked and freed as the limbs of the strong man, closed in upon' her enemy, the action was'soon ted for appearance each crop is laid out in squares; or parallelograms I

iNor fared the silent gloom J grave The clinging weight of a child six years,to a man who saved the child's life and his own.by, that ended The} Macedonian"surrended with a. loss with mathematical precision, and whether I 1

Bui yielded unto God who arr swimming is heavy odds. feat of unrivalled swimming. :Chafe him and",be of thirty-sic; killed and sixty-eight wounded, large or small the best garden could not be I I

*I', Her spirit wl.thrwuph Oh I terrible moment-oh, hour of strange and, careful of him, and wrap him ur warm and softly while that (*f the United States was only' four divided with greater accuracy.? ;
killed and s;,;ycn wounded. As there are no fences hedges and the ,
or as
t \' ..tp! (j,. Yrb r rie 111"" 't., insupportable horror I lAnd the water suckingthe fort that her he nv Why y be are carried you to all his so slack mother? What and com-ails \ I .. has been observed different crops are in various stage,of maturity, I
: G ibe weeping-willow;\ boat down and no time to deliberate-no time ESSIBLE ,TO THE long you can imagine the variety of hues that meet :
all ? Stand Llet the father look at his writers that death is
; bv medical frequently -
,. It mournfully: .weeiljr breeihe* for any thing but quick instinct It all passed you which has the eye, and the magnificence of the panorama ;
preceded by insanity-a fact occa-
his mind in less time than it takes read child. that stretches out in every direction as far as the
through to I Ivision.
Her ,
requiem, it for I
sioned th mark was not astonishing t
!1 I
Well? ,can penetrate. am to add in this
; ..) .. as he tore off his clothes and the heavy boat, waterlogged -: \1 everybody knew that when folks get madder
connection that
.oJ.t".t. Jon ,. seven eighths of the agriculturallabor
of the orphan t His child is dead. "His child is a little lovely '
r ul earth sown claim hj owni rocked under him. His eyes looked: they were Ablaut to dye. This reminds us of a is performed by females, while two or three
corpse. case which Occurred many years ago in the: Phil- hundred thousand stalwart in
wildly on Clephane with pity, with horror ; the men uniform are I
'' & 'we may kneel before Thy Throne, Both his children are dead ; the one he soughtto adelphia court, wfi re a pretty young widow was idlingaway their time in the barracks of the cities \ i
';;' And sing Thy'praise! pale} little lace was marbled white; a soft strange, in :danger of losing two-thirds of her husband's and In '
? ,..... save and the one he left tp die. Both! And villages. the absence ,bf fences, cattle,
.. .. appealing smile'came overit estate-his !relatives grounding their claims on secured driven about their 'I
ft Cause off It. they tell it to Eleanor, and she comprehends what [ of the defunct It be by ropes, are
My "Wife me "Never mind me, papa, save Freddy ; the boat-' the alleged insanity may pasturage by females; and sheep are confined '

"ia Ipof more'tb&n torty years ago that Mr. man will take me." has fallen upon her that fearful day. \i as well to premise that thVnresuling judge was within the required limits by the boys assisted .

L.;.- ve&d at the, house of Dr. B-, one1'eI'14JftQming. In the morning she was the mother of little not only convivial but also vfcry gallant. by a shepherd's dog. Speaking of cattle, remind !
"Oh oh God!
Clephane boy -on ,,
h\i\ to H-. ""Sir" your 44 husbandVlast words !2" in- that fresh is abundant } ,
on way children, and in the evening of departed: souls. Whatycre your me notwithstanding pork
all flw doctor, 4the weather is Very frosty-will mother I" .. .. quired the attorney. enough in market, both in England and France"' *

you tacit?take something drink before, you But a wild scream from Frederic caused the The Cat's Tail. The pretty young widow blush, and Looking I have not been a live porker in either country.."

st .L.'n \ His favorite dtfwn replied, "I'd rather not tell" \ .. .... .
t -. ,," father to turn. lovely had just com One meets with strange characters sometimes .
Ja.tM.t..n1'dt.y.. ardent spirits were deemed >\ "Uut indeed you must, ma'am. Your claim What a Whale Doe
e were yesterday
prehended, in..the gush of water that filled! the i about a police-office. says '
i"'i .\\o to WI7nthrn winter. When, com" ," I the b' O. Picayune, somewhat amused to witness may be decided jby it. The noise of a whale spouting can be heard at '
*journey and at every stopping place boat, the full ,extent I of his danger. He sprangtowards a scene, after the court had adjourned, between Still blushing, the widow declined to telLXAt least a mile. He throws the water from twenty .

.... goad, the traveler always used intoxica- his father. There was no time to undo a respectably dressed old .woman, of about last a direct; appeal from the bench elicited tq thirty-five feet high. After gh ing one blow, ; '

...'.. to keep him warm. 1 the fastenings of his dress; his head was bare.- 70 yoar of age, and a recorder's clerk Ttye! old information F which the whale does when he is clear on the SOTt' !

I e1 Ie.at.Jd. Jfr.Li'I never now touch Sir Stephen pulled, off bis sboo V. nnd strung hurt woman lAd bvcn for a long time afflicted/with a He said, 'Kiss me, Polly and open that other face of the water he instantly goes: under. Heu.5uallv ;
an........ of the! kind t and I Will tell the rcuonMreJi sort of monomania, imagining that a certain fami- bottle of phampapne t" rises in from one to two minutes, but :
the pause; of;it 1 bad been in the on his naked back. ly have for twenty-five yesre bewitched her, following }- We know not whether it was admiration for sometimes r he,is under five minutes.! Once as I '

ha* or.'_tiag i Bomeof our_ ncighb tvcrytv "Put yonr airtns around my :rack, Fred. ; don't, 'her about from place} to place, and destroying the deceased husband .or the living wife that in 'ait upo the bow-spirit, watching iaoor thrcee t i

irifK for the (purpose of playing care WeBitroeStid be inguu-ncu-u'.Jl; 't 1 let n,;" her peace ofinind, In these days, when spired the Judge at this instant! but he at once who were playing about one passed within few-- '(

at each. other's.hop, and liquors were They were in the water. People who pretend to have good sense, believe cried with all the enthusiasm of conviction, "Sen- yards of 1 bjew a blast with his water trumpet', !
iofewfessed." After: a while we met not to much forpbyfer8 '''Sir1 heard in Mormonism, animal magnetism, spiritual rap- tible to the last-by Blackstone!I" and down he went I had a good opportunity of
the boat sunk. Mit voice
AB Stephen
fsr. drinking, and used to return had \ pings, and such like stuff,why should it appear i I .. ... seeing him, and got a fair view of the breathing

Leliltf tefa tte'evvniug, more or less intoxicaUd of lephi f F fc-i.n I tan a consciousness. : strange that otir aged heroine should have a good SETTUXOJA; BU.U-Four sharpers having treat pipe. It was a roond hole in the top of his head, .,

My wife tlwajs met me at the doors affection. of dreading to hear. auotlser! bitter: scream, suchas time with her strang notions ed themselves to a sumptuous dinner at the Hotel with a slight rim round it, and apparently about., l'

.> .%. ftdwfieitl l 'ebided bet for' 'sitting up so Frederic had 'end minute before. He heard About a month ago, the old woman applied to Montreal I. were at a loss how to settle. for:it, two inches and a half i diameter.-This one, as.

t"t 1 fly repMedc '* 1 H' ? several of the officers about the court.to obtain a and hit on the following plan : near as I could judge, was from sixty to seventy .
of child hi I
sOeam. but heard the voice
for 'caan&t tip no : a a' warrant for the arrest oCher imagined tormentors They called the waiter, and asked for the bill. feet in length. The top ofxhis head and shoulders
1!! },' "1 ,- '<. ..' loud plaintive tone, It said: She was finally directed to the clerk, who being One thrust Ibis hand into his pocket, self to draw werp broad,Rand, flat,\ q near: or quite ,

... IreBWed ttrht.,'"wished: -in ,mywoaM 'Oat? father who ait in heaven.** I disengaged for the moment listened with great "out Ms purse;' the,second prevented: him,declaring -. twelve feet across.. .HisbacI ,* steadotappasr, .:,
only begin, to :scold me-! :tale. The clerk he would the third dioUhe l. The round, level show 4.rootn' r
He saw its (ice for a.moment; not looking for gravity to the old lady's pitiful pay ; same.: .. ing was nearly! ; .. I
?" _.....1 .aid have retorted and relieved my he his hAndttrying told her that a warrant would do no good, but fourth forbtde the waiter taking the money from enough for a quartette of Big! to have dab- ',:' f

...1fIIIeIK6.: But she always met me with theM hc1p-1ooldnlupwardS'i,! saw that he possessed a charm that :would serve her esther of them, but all three persisted.. As none coda reeltheron. It would have been an ther slip. +

.gttti.sad loving epint to grasp something me rope, or portion of thesa1l effectually, by dispersing all her miseries. With ,would yield, one said :' peril floor, and I think a dancer would- i ve: wan-'' I

*4<1itoi passed 00 thus for some time, when I i V something attached)to the boat He saw the' an earnest, but solemn air the clerk asked : "The best way to decide is to blindfold the ted nails in his shoes.A ... ..

.. rte rcsoircd that t I would,.by remaining very: old' boatman, as in a dream,,' take the'boy in his Have you any cats about the house?' waiter, and! whoever he first catches shall settle. .. -
much intoxicated, provoke the the bill" young man and woman stopped at a
JI.te. at a returning was 'Yes two, was eager response. :
IM her to lecture arms; he saw nothing more-he striking out and while the try tavern, to pass day or two. Their awkappearence "
f&fkni so : as to cause 4Is one a white, or nearly white cat? continuedthe This proposition was accepted;
t MR, Vfeen I meat,to answer her with severity d I ,for his life and for Frederick's e. clerk. waiter was groping his way around the roomtheyslipped *attracted the'cunoluty of one'of the

......dry restifigs2iother issue between us, untey Give him strenthroft God I He so strong so, 'Yes, one has but a few black spots on her,' out,of the house one after another.What'sjthe family: who commenced conversation the female .

......i 'bosom of its present trouble. proud of his strength I Will it ever enable him replied the old woman. I 04. by" inquiring how far she had travelled that

: such a plight r.boat' o'clock in 'Listen, then,' said the clerk. 'Take without matter John?' day. Travelledrepeated the stranger somewhat -
to reach the shore ? about it black hair and I ain't done nothing father.' indignantly, we did not travel, we rid.-. _
met meat the door with her telling anybody one one .,
pin I and said, Loosen your ,clutch, dear frightened, childish white hair out of the cat's tail, and soak them; Well what you are crying for lubber?' ;

arms, closed so tight around: your father's throat well in a little of the best old French brandy.- *I was afraid you would whip me.' SE:05IB1L-Some wisely eaya that a young ,
t have been making
i just breath red coal of from the What! whip when havn't done anything lady should always ask the following questions
take you
I would while he pants for Do not be terrified, Then a bright hickory you
because knew I
for ;
fire the hand of
'fsra jou, you the hairs cult wish ?' : accepting a young man :
two tor-
fire and burn
...e Ji moot? jour boots, and warm 'your do not shriek his ear, as he breasts the water and your Yes sir Is be honest I Is he kind of heart? Can he
it will be
? "Wtf,*B41twe if a cup 1 of hot coffee.' with an effort, getting{wearied I ; do not wail out done.mentors* to '.cease troubling you, Go into, the house, you booby.' support me comfortably Does he. take a news;

"Doofcrv that'was too much. could not en. the words Clephane. >my dariin' Clephane I" like The above scene took place about a month -John felt quite relieved,. and went into the: paper. and pay. for it i' #

....R my longer, and I resolved from that mot a sound of .doom over the lake! be quiet, dear since. The old woman had followed the clerk'sdirections house, and tiis father went down to the farm'Very -. SCRCPLES.Josiah 4., how> scruple! are-
.t tfttmt, that I would never touch another drop with precision, of her Soon his father came back in a rage and 1 many

Wfele I fired,; and I never wawHe boy ; that' right, don't fear hold firm-we shall peace had vanished, she was the"\Fsturbers>L now happy, and laying a cowhide over the urchin' back, said 'dicI J there* Don't in a know drachm zur.1 i' ..

'; ......'<114, lived and'died practicing do it yet yesterday had come back with tears in her eyeSto not tell you, when I went away to hoe thai t Well, then, recollect there are two.* -"

d' ,-om all 'tntoxic ting drinks, in a The shore (-the dim shore-the dun, distant thank her successful adviser. com. ] 4 *0 ther Li hey t Wet daddy takes bii dram
= ,
.... : .... intemperance has ravaged u much chore; it Is nearer he'can distinguish cottages,' We laughed as we turned away from the scene Yes, sir-but you told me just' now). 011 L every mornin WIthout no scruples* f: i

8I er in this State. they gleam but white specks. Oh help! at the foolishness of the old l lady s whim, and the wouldn't whip' me hadn't done. noth n. .. ..
'" : was father and that woman credulity evinced by the curebut we could not .The Normans had a proverb that shoe the .
!: !I'i feet.above my !related, I received: from my the 1 oh, help! ,he faints! ''JKo-:he rests on the water. but reflect that many of the imaginary ills that Our idea is-says a fellow: that got a sirefor ",r number of meals: .'>. 'fa .? v

'\ lJ' Is be to lire 11 he to diet What a weight this all suffer cured by as little a wire-that '* .,
e'4 __ when on a visit to my village not we are really potent .To rite it fie; to din at nine. >
,: .-. ...... 'The Catfs Tail.' t Woman's love is like Scotch snuff -. *
-. child-the poor,bewildered child! Do not kiss prescriptions as I' To nip ai five to bed at nine:, ('n' Jti '
JP .. ..... .... : .- ..* >.. We get toe pinch and. that's enough.Our lIakrl man live to nlusfy-aiae.*4.:. a .i.
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e ... "' ,' "the, CMnmott'Crierrof your ,&ther.neck r ,cMll e .wet,JJps,; poor little! "41 won'tcorer3'our heel, Ill !darned' if I das ,' old darky saya'Woman'lub ..> ",," ". > ... ...*,..._ }. ., 4.'Of..
thoth. sd>u3-Q can't; one. It torments, it unmans even him, .Be'quiet, the ragged stocking'said to the'novel read. :' 1 Indian rubber- V'Modesty is a handsome dish-cover, that ma eau .

Ii '. ot9-.w.-.t.&I.;; ... ia jtdelew; : '; clrh:t do iiof fear+ -;.bold firm? f'.t,-." u:*,'H.d{ 'j'>*,.. big )ady.'\., .. ,,.-. x ". l ,, 1, ''1 1l It stretch de more de.more you 1ub her. ; (fancy there must be something underneath_ itT

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f ";,,ol ytfltr7't1Ofbft f. 1 t Tq Kewwcitatiffirom Drovroinj;. I :_ ; I ---P.SL"A.S&nip at Tera Cruz was receiv- ace Gredy sufijrtdsuch ar ;

: Ie Mi'"' i 1 "De&t.haJiuntdroW are of'so I frequent oct -, ,I onth itt inst,.at the Cityof Mexico anc\ce1.- IP J. ,'bstonba8Tw faI S

w rtiu. fistic. and iitJterq"Tisica1IOn'orotd Jenetiilhiii I currence, every practicable method should!, .. med by the firing of cannon,'ringing Of,bells e biiil1 lofpitth th b.r '. :
". devours toone of the 'be resorted to, to save, possible, the lives ofi led of At Vera '
manifestations joy. 1JaeP
i 'America 4maam who are extricated from the water, while _. ',0' "U ,
or ,
you persons
: todir tomsts .
>us 1 ,
he was entertalfced with a banqu.st by .P1e'nicipaIit per ro*: .
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t t r 34 'e0bcebOTfl in Aperies, the greatest tiieJ 1s the least hope of success. With this] :. If .
I "country t5 fithe-known world.; 2itor8 has dIp; 'figw. BpaJAou the followingdirections to bo! ;; at which-be was toasted add extolked : If those wng' ,fnr" 4-

4" tend all aw stapewfoos and .works u_' I observe Prc*rin3tolife an apparently drown- ;in the niqst extravagar4 manner. Sis A-AsXA :"atmosphere by perniiouhabt -

r \ I 'II th#land, sndjroa sboi11dbe, anoong,them lV"e. I II ed persojijjffn1pjer written and published asa gave'butfone,toast, aS follows: tire could be'a1ted'a f '

I S b*,i tb tsestteti the XcsW of tire Eajdity in this city and oagh .
: "" ..c .I t.pnl I '- there be'btlt. ne err Indf-p ndv nce or dath.VS thereFDrcy,2
", .r 't h1\t &t..6f.Jsl u.d1li.1)ii tiarti to hate-fttwioa drcujiktion, evry"where.! E. Sc*tm FCDCBAt RICHES AVDEEStSTANCT rricw S ; I.inC li' ,.

I' ', batcrnu t n. .t\J :, -\01 : 'ff"i pood enough to give; itp1ace.ia ilis Journal ol tO. ALL WHO OPPOSE 1'IiIIrS THEM-, has issued ,s. proclamation! .to.the 1r xicm. -ing cnseof this Invite h.i J. tteW, 4 !s'

( I "1"' : Ana
J r.' 4c&t.vur1; I daJ1't dunk Fd waked qp in f:1tbrltI para of the. coantr -JfvJS I.* .,n T S ; T. AU { U S TIN E : ; to the" intestine commoticss# of the republic, the !; through ever a* bevy get into of mw a crowd byi .
I vbtn'I first $3Cd that big !antemPri1ar; lo'; v>. their the stite of tha finance he I ojj DeYEt'
: 4STUmAY; APRIL soth, 'lS.j '. :'oss of territory, i i go to leeward on board % I,
Ue L ($ 'iteyic.t'j', *n ft1gea trp-, rr" To IJTHST rns Drowsno 7otLrm..-Tiamtdiatey 'their misfortunes and We' .
J calls them to repair i,not apprehend and
1 upon very C"k
; A't krt) Wti; m1 'CoilH tell as the b>J r li rtnyvcd fr&the water press S ,
'10 advcrtw'jment of of **Tet2qp a : '
f 03 .s: n1 PaUs-aut jo;" usn't .t;e obest suddenly andor p '
; tobacco-crusted
./ ., .n'i1 It"ury6ar bJ1'o> <* n'boly wiU' believe! it., an') tvu'wtiy cl.: ontljyjc the pres- qU &' ," came too late for this daysyajer So'dlors; Comprr/ons 'n arms! Se*' yonrod ty, 'We mouths ofter. r.f

I t '. '. The pf< thai live"srifSad about there viH I loss, are.'. "Repeat this without irteprtifofl, until jt | wewAl be glad to insert,if, in our next. Gint-ral once more at your ead :hfm who not be allowed always eeL that IUC' : $taa1& ..'.:'

\: 1\ ,, 1I' "kir speech, and tvcr hiai4 each otter sp ak'forJfcanii pair; of bJIoars: can bs procured. WLeaobtai ", .. on had sometimes led you with glory, him who did spittoon attacfied to go to at hU largpaj arJt. had .';

e.: ; t $th uenoise of th cataract?' Fact ma'am, ed, introduce the n71nl upon the fat If the "Den?II/of/ !:U.l" William Ilufat not abandon you in'tbejmiio tact disaster; him wh'ch nose ''bi 't

; S true U tiitig; :I enciljE5d.anoe-book; : yoaVa taking torque: Surround, the mouth \vitti* a t.1'.d} ohankerchief :1 Vice Ifrcsidcnt of the tTultcd whose body bears an hojid bla"jaatHation, and 1 But htflbight'expcctorafyj:<*T.l.- ou1 ___j hS r., alva ; .S JS5'

I' ; otircf joyr pwket Why, tjicrc wag man and close it. Dfrt a bystmdZr toreu.P.rmy i The' IJua. WLU.jtrm: Knee late.i:2-1 whose br-ast 'asexposed1othe balls of the ene- i about .. 't 'JbJ'd ; .*fIIi r \ ,
tland .
4 1 livtfd'lEfefS: tea years, .and,he #t w
i .' J1" *JM1\ 'sa eNinlto )im tI1 J' pailof (caUtd' Adim's apr le,) anI's tb&eJ3 at-:i Prt idcst cf the Uu& fStates, departed this,tfet voice! that i is not nnknbWn to yo: ,olloir your' r have spit and chewrarenot wasted wary" th 'wodi.' '

I tt'wstet:tri.i1P.n domi the"bI' t hleek! tire!$; Then prep njonjh. chest t6PeI I th'i1 4th iast, athL> plantation, in Dallas Co.I'I'i Gt cra and friend. -II us restore to our cbb!, already _____S___ujqn.th_ ___.___ ,S ';'
'Fb1-.1/fOt1 t1te ;" llm t, !ir fron> the !lung*, to imt:: .nqiia' b!. thin '1 g A'abamii! lie was bom id the year 1785,hi Saw-. profession the lustre jrnlcHi*, has lost and although ( E WThe New York'/ 4 uu .' T, th .
0 \ .,,. ( W&flSe4 tl-1ft..f1tCto, f re YOII.dI t Continue!", at Itast an boor. ;,tnifcss :!-.& nit 'i'oitH therfc lions of trji Ship which e\ist be # >, .
At fofio
0 jj iOJ t> CuoiLa.. an early age,hajc"drjscnt progranteM to ed ost by J&. Harnet
I t m.1 br. ; C2r .ura! breathiTg oom; on. "4 among a.1Li1atio) $* Mcb I shall zealously ciJ ti- Beach 5rowC'in
,1 ,. tfo 1 ,. in'Vanfe. it near 'fire. 4 hifellow-citizens in the 'COri: vat not render valor necessary at the and aid Scoftda. ml
ill ,JNVtao the body place a may your
::1If'i ,.I.H,. ., 't I".l'f ...of .S* jJ t if his State and at the of CO 1Os'.1 I\ Editor caUs it" 'J.1U torn*, taEifeS.
t> oaMve period .
1.1. ," .toh I a. '4'b. .; : '! eij tbtng to rrescrye tIle .*k rMK. present time, we'shall! b ready, should, th&.nat I [' '.* > .
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I 1J ., it! :'rc4i, ...t'm ,- mart. nrt1-' .. ; Liond e1izi mtj was tjanfvrrtditO. i nal4 ,nor rfrjt, t0"prove to the "htie .I"QOIVJ .. ASf! >f.. -
tc ; Jittr 8n.r.Jf wj.n i'' wodThntraeb Mcd e- "' fab-dcrmtatoTyartftifb '*t*jir *
? UDt
: it .;$wt; .p >nthel 1">:.,.ol :1Uj1oll._ ;''nIP'' the' 1I1ua' : '. ,-' iver chfrist&d in tljeir bosomi [ ,'l' S 'by a committee a cent1 j}ea'dd. .

I ; .'I.>, .',tke. ear'tohI'auv; it'Ts &9 back, ,to En *v* Scnc1 for tnekaT j i\n bnc t..ly, jiU backer of the "war party" in Congress alobf: ,,41 M. xicans: of all classes I May fbe dsy 'of roy rJs of Carlisle and irbaus&uty bearur.bth ',

jJhout, seejag ypur ;am.mMh.C 1'e'U putyour 'Avoid alf{ iclionfe until re.ti'ira,,, n. shall, 5e"i r. f'f1h : L. oI glrits as Lowers, C-Ainor?:, CIEns.j j return to my country be a day-of general ,recon"iliation mouial signed by nyc hundred thouaaol BritwJt ,,

I fe-t iali: ni besy oar pardon, excuse methaii some degree restored. *( ,q tCLar 4Tiorr. }. Sso was re-cler't d in? and may tb*joy which lied upon fInd- .women, oi. aH ranks Also by a c depqtatjc

b711 XALSNTHNH: : MOTT. ;'tn : '." jastifi l'by beholdTnKyou from Birminghau bearing the,avails of
quite 'nfti but yorl wJ.!leave ajblk S ( tS2J ar: A a aj& in-1315; but.did rot Serve oaiis p myself among yoa, tLTestimonial
.1 l9 io,toe lxx>k you ; ttrai
t 7 7 & having reeig&i-dhli conw-|: all 1 exclaim with the : th( readers of"Uncle Tom's C m.Lo
.1 .IS ItO jehi; known to $ftj ma'am; all: |here is 3ui Society, by bearing yoa unanimity .by
$L3..er t' ]It.tee IQ the .njujdic! ;of i it,, twentyivj ,New-York. 13J.. I qthn't' (f f his: appolatrasnt: as Swretiry of L ,-*- I nd tatUus'asm of 1851."rira la Pafriat riM iFtidff'atdtRCM a committee from Glasgow' (where the invitation
W Jk
:"'. .. .' 'riflebrttL: on6nr ; : the "An- .-.-p-_ tdor, to lie late (Hafinguisaed WIWAJI, \. ;. v, I /" Such are the .wishes ith originated,) to escort them. to that 'city, whkh

I" ; r'j9kn th&frer,t,f1o! J.wr a.be facta. A ITXystcriou Discovery. )i Mary ahd, there charged with two important Thich.I pn-s-nt my s!fat your call; such, are thejaLiratons will be greatly moved to give the cortege a suitable

tt4 !inta ran'too' w ; the ceiling Testcrday alU-mooa, z* the workmen engaged After two he returr.ed .! ? of vonrronmrriotand friecd reception. After visiting Edinburgh, they
: : .Lc'r4A !1 t) ; i 1 apartment, the/s a in digsiog a whole upon the CVmuaon ;n wTich: 're'ga' : ivrs. years 1 ANTONIO LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA. will go to London to attend some of the religionsanniversaries
,.f Ua'ral :d! she -t1$ alter cra'Igratid: to Al&biire! wbicli Cruz f 3 1853. ,- where other honors await
fountain 3 Vera them
? 'tf'puetran4yl! 4Tha.re cave, to set a trcr, they earns up n a.})rid arrli wiut.t: April '
'va* j uj, tLcr. eir.erging frota her t.r/ionai nilMr. ;- .:. such hare been accorded fo
as no
Sa a rKwiiivt curo'for! consumption. upon opening, aa
1.' MYo liaint been yet hava yon ma'am? nitrous gas io es'.ar-v, one cf tic wo" -:!-. descendcu -;(: iority. ; Kcc; v.aa called uj on.io take a j-art ar It is reportol, and there 5 i" a good deal of to no woman before, except she wore a crown.-

aal It abaat in frunhtr\ Constitution her truth for such that th GovernjraTit The I>uche&; Sutherland, uninfluenced by tUe
You iuint JiR U a Mitwijsipi i river,and the city explored tricave. wa. ; and'organizing [ report Spanis -
J' ("JNtw Url *tuI r'Ven ma am, New Orleans is a ten feet dxp, tifteen f ct inU-ngth, aid si.t feet;;Kaw dignity, as a State, andwas, 'theiiia 1819 e.j"etor }had authorize the payment to GEORGE LAW scurrility of a portion of the American press La*
hurtirctad ve feet below the level of widd. Upon the north eidc ':&., an inm d\:,! arranged that Stafford one of the most
s. of h;r first S.r.atrrs to Congress. The lof SUVOO( indemnity for the detention.*, anjaoaaces -
,.: as magnificent residences: of the nobility in London
4la3 ia/aft'dtheM5ssiipi runs through a canal from which !issued a UigM of s tmC Mps.thor ;:: I ,
o.'Ioa: cT 1 his official ufe inj *, and 1 losses experienced in the troubles* I suall be at Mn. Stowcs service
S-t: st wra passed : placed forleveei"
&ridjreri ifflrer.thecjty] The iaaabitants are was nearly decayed"with! rust, T.e bJ; : < ... _
1. *" -" 'J' "' ""*-.
: I 4ti aldgdors'and serc1ojcIs, the!1a'it words were of a% very qnaiat mould! diiTc g, cn 1rey: j this, s J li ere. II. was n-clcctcd four limes, and .jof last year by the conduct of the Cuban; autl (|ri- I .

.' S ,a,8 been vuljiiHy perverted into Creole.' The from anyjlthat we have erer j .a or heard cf bc-|; jSllcdc: n.' :inlo lsI.r'! senatorial service of twenty; ties towards the steamer,Cherokee.SrinrrcAi. An Item for Believer

faM IK chiefly j urn, produced from tree in the fore, b4ng of a semicircular! shape. Fonr sow':!l .
ffour to 1814. Attn's-tiroe Prt
re:rs, i I 'ucntfr The Gho>ea Democrat is responsible! for this .
Rwamp, *ad which they'call gumbo ffhere is a enrthern jars or pots, of a curj(va% fo-ra, 'itj | : :..id.T.dm. : thc roi.sion to St. C.oud i RArrl G ,.Inthe House of Representatives /
i pijier called tho Picaroon, the name !being: wcH.cSossn uncouth fafcods moa Jld upoa them, were fin T'l!' of Ma&tach'isctts' on the 15th.inst.,' an appeal to our tna.r'nllou 1ncs! The Rappers will'; .
: 0. ntgniflcant! of its professed piracies upon one corner of this vault; oac of wliich: was which hi:accepted.. He r resigned! ;his rmbll'SJ'andl order submitted: the Committee; on of course slow it whole, but skeptics will

Hunt's P rloHOphr; mroa Manch usen, the Piltgtim's filled with amorphous pieces of silver, covered Qrct! -race home in IS 1C, but in 138 11: sra'rttrn' aibl was directing nakc their own coz&nents on this extraordinary

progress, iJo s Miller, Washington Irving, with a yellowish bro'vn mould! or ru::. The other 10 t hUjiitoi States.Svuatr, 30 J oMr,!' location to enquire into the expediency rproilli:1 story- S ">

: aod-'Bcu's Life in London. It is a violent and three contained a motley assortment oi'jcvr- ':I.L4OE: '.i dSon the Frc-iucncy, it.jeectcJ .ra..J ; :leg&l restraints agVnsi the thilf''low S A 1 few evcnin7 since three ladies and one gen.tiem.iti. '
pololiticfd print and the Government dry of the most singular form and inacc'v'- those wlia l
i ar .nn
efupuidoas "i-petrat.J by persons i b--longing to a family of the highest
[ t6 ? cfthe I _J respectability
u-e rei Ufc"cy vnsje. ,:1 Ib'jihe ,
of the country haft endcavogtd I in vain to suppressb foisting of heavy: gold rings ela'jorattiy wioughwith ; ) 1 5(.itnl C:1pIFs. in.t. villa<;2, concluded to azne

f it. On of the ptculiar! ; about this extraordinary chasUng' of bcruls and anuque armor; was:nouLnstedfor\ tht .Viet, Prtciutocy, on -..liejaUo'Jhg ;r 'I .O IIr : them :l Ives: bytrving to'put alight table ia m> J,

,! I >*, cntiriv>4 ncc of those small l la enlwKifcd in scrofl! work and flowers; bracelets,g second ) cfidn th. iJ' tI o n.' o noa'n.%... !;j: :r. It: :Is soi-i liit the lk As'Lt I :: -r ',6n. P3in! ; tis! table! m-arrosm which WIM not

: qudr1 itYittbe' %UJI most commonly known buckles bricks! ear-stuck r.zgs &c.d In a which crevice between touching the- (Coavent: i at 1at mrr2 Jr.. June u: w tJ'll'J' ,r'>osf.n '..awa/-. i.*.'.*. ,." "5' : .'j..\.t. '...', 'niorj. fi". r.ry wirai a> A algli: : tetQ,irafure'is Sa1t3 bo'unCiVorab'e
a,r&lsv many ago, by adttewi'ttho was a sger, upoa ''tk..tec1 9 < I,
j years 1 01 ihv.! :TOTh, ; -i.t; off'i\ ;\.i IJ" :1.: to thi suscess of the experiment t. o
the blade! crumbled 1 ,IvliufKliea ..I"i' a'i'l i/'ic. hsbk Bik,.t
brutally murdered the unknown crea' immediately piece; v Ota
\ a.ten,. with rust The mno ho '+er, |-enntt'.d t lo approach.: His deUCQ ti.; .1.- ; Jr..l' ,. they .ite I th'V'! !Ives aro,lid It, cac'{ p'axtigi :
I 'tnre but( was immediately triad and sentenced being completely up wa.i icz.rS1"tv:4a: shall jfo '
I ; : i l"l"O ;}n+ !: '!'V'i t.tL!:; a:i'I !ayia'; tld othr Oil
F ,1a'b Luag for the enormity.: ... handle upon a little rubbing,..proved-'be line nng fit Ilh uge4t resort t.j t.iCtine11t.of ic-Li-'a-. :. '. o5uX'T'V '
; ; :n.r: *..:. wlio'v: ord'a'! !Ios2 his own -: 1 ot2er'shoti'der, Ihus forming a circle.-
with six disfnond i.-vl'J" .d. _'_. ., '
set costly ru JUM I':
a. gold '
: TD'1 win bar, mVam, grefjt dca! about -'i, 0 I '-- I.-: .' Here is a problem fofantiq'nr&ihs to' o'\'e- _,!, rl"U. 3. WAI" :war -.r tu i ail iw.n -
I fi.tiag pudt1on! qf \ew Orleans, a phrasa t't affair i is the VI.TK, .PEai.-ihcinventorf. tiuk becocilaj wea-y ;" ;:3 this postUTof the arm,
The clue
'which you4 will ifoaerstaad when I tell you thst only found or by.to. strange the hi-fi'. oft I .al a his dis6o-al, on tle; '17th of January ana, ,- .' i MT C ';h: wool from Pine trees has rent they removed'their hands from t'teir Hhouldirs!

t4towns'c&J.tthby und .l:1Jzncbtlon from micriptionr engraven cpoa jiandid at Key West oatne.2 2d From there'he and placed them iacoaiact'witheach othxiroatlw
which feafntd ) rented ihe of
born'in e dagger, some of ouf pundit*an- r to King Prussia, specii -
the !! Yoamould have been table. In jtbout
'Mississippi mAin now'trying to translate: it ruJilhus. -"LO OF..rent to I Havana after Lavia'g tried1 vario'i re .. as of aptr cndi;of the same material.. An. ten.: minutes mora ie tabt0. ,
4wca; dear but yotfwd'O not, yjdu&n showed signs .of uayasiacssaod.nwve. ..
my -
{ Jr die hcra frn'd iha wmc coa bl&tion L. rap k": : .: f 5fcs ill CuL;btt,rolL co,t JdftT bcneat, fy JDtlier individual! hu also madd paper from the red ., '-,.- pirt'S- .
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( Tti&'sr&cles have been deposited in th, city J hees *
.Itor.'oit.ttl : and being convince4if the F : is"spjrhUej
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s ... .. 'I 'I. J 0. :0 hill find" th cavr'willirernaitt'opea"to day.for '
". '. tb, t1ott"br th6'i i. '* *" .; r" sibiatyoflooking tjMl r e.iTe, "il tins, Td : g en..ac ',T1 __, .
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; .i U Bi$21f'cj iij' ( raents. It took a, r.c tO'wr11i -
1 [l his home and its of its f
S 'I: JfltOflFOatApFl18t, : ) more on asso- ia'Jonsrcachin :ount venous quality.
,As &tmn the % opened into 'the ban When it rwcacd '; .
thcet afrIw : pich
: up '
,'f.t JteadXhe ihscnpfioo n"vaven on the hanllc: : and c1o hb in the mtdst! of old and fs'Ui- S
# eyes the d-nr 4i P' it fontfd soinelittle }
MLiisipi),! not ong-inco IenTh1 way pLSSCn- of ths dazgefin capital IcttTers In1 the inscripti6n,2iar friends. Us arrived at Mobile on the lltb How"A FistfWAS CACGUT.-A Cnt:< naa of sing'it Vitlinally succeeded and dif3cmty asif In A+
and : to
g':1i: tam IJD boW at ViCDb\J'gb **** "o : ; -
backward is d
I i i and its meaning ilJ.1..rdl ai; inst. aril the IGth his Boston recently"married a woman reputed'W b j c-mmodat.- :tats and .
,ftthjpsagtant, Hooking middle: age Kentucklaa! oa departed plantation, gith m an o-:<-
1 w o Very coon. bocam-3-3 the subject .of curiosity, once. _-. i it on the 17th and in the afternoon of deb who however turned F jivs'tag thnnsfh the bor,. without

wc d.rana general Remark. After travelling a A Chatminr" Pl 1' 1oadiy tae 1ti inst., hd breathed' his last boufc seven hundred dollars in kbt. ,'which d -br !'.' ,aking the circle! ,it,turned diagonally aM it went

1 '.",!< distance the party, except 4our heroi A thus concludes sketch of his the:fOnd! devoted hus J.nd'atl to liquidate; 'She through.! After arriving at the hall, it becomestationary .
'rraJ?,their wayt to th'Csptain'sOc& and paid Some people like,poodle! dogs, some dos!: t&11': cotxajorary. a' .- assured th'lte for"a m1DU It then cpmaience4 a 4'
rom the debt contracted
owc er -
J thaI.(are{to their place destination. The,next horses, some poP- uas,somsmaro'es:: t ,some plum I iiLf1i' : : .rotary! motion, and'tamed around ten1 tim; ,tvj
day the clerk made bold tocll: on the delinquent puddings, some. tight! : inexpressibles, SOD; briec5! J V'-e rf sid .tt Kno'.was erer nurr-'ed, and for dry goods \vkch: Bbe bought to adorn her party ithin"ound-withit' It then rereranl "

psnr, who had taken no berth; but had In Uieir hats.- That i is, in fact, every niaa or woman hls ccar.st relatives were two nU.rcs, Mrs. EI.LI- person that sb' xlgut: ctptivate him. Wq can 'one m) c:1anlJ[ made arw her revolution in th t .

: T'fI8 I the greater part of the tlraa in deeping in has hU orJber hobby; in otlisr worJi, hit. .a'i4 Yl,: Kin, who 'constituted his! .ho'icl,';luC .' jnly: say that that hook was well b ittd. Another contrary(iir ti'I. iUvioj don this it assumed .

hil.; chair, :a.1dritli his usual.urbaty of manner,, or her pet. We have often essayed to imitati. >r evei al years past and whose rnjni h-I;carlalUiitioa | lesson to men vrho marry for'mouey.. ( a fonvar.I motioa agaa! towards tho sUit-s. .

.tJn[ .'kd the K0ctQ kian to five him his place of the general disposition i and have a pet too,'o: 1and i[: soothed by a gentle assiduities his; -. Having reacii*d the first step it fraud its coufw
even two petS; but wo never could! und 0:13 c: "" !in-"in decline, and r't'bvrd: 'i" Mni! TRICKS o LLlSTS.-\member of Parliament and for ,
1tr 'de.c.ti a.tion. as it.,would ,aui him in m\kicg up 'j t'irs. r impeded, topped a short time.. ,tIt stoa,
Ui :M.Ioo\; ) intending,his question also as a gentle two or more that suited our id..3.i of wuot 'appcjf-, .Otta characv-r of jthcr late Vice Paud-A, wifn [recently stated'at K grand demonstration of the however began to inclIne back until pneJeg ,fM (
I tined even in pets, to the dignity- th Pr s',.. 51'1' l' nsJauU I 1
I IIH btkpavbsfare. ; tJ'J L :r.Vcju'lse J.I.C )eti sufficiently Tated to reach the of the first
? f friends of Peace in Ea-land! that he was not top
f rousod We wanted a pet, 4as was a.pa superior pet,, 7'Jhl 'C7'crtha.-t: ftr.ran cf his e"Md serriccssjsavrttjin { very when it
from .his and a
HI jMEUe gli.it :lethargy. re- I long hi the shop of gunsmith in London,and step, j 4a'e a sudden /orward movein>,
nice odd ago
11I4i #fcfl a p-st, an out-of-the-way orig.na pet-'twere cv': lC t.elr various:Jrom'Jtionj, and placed it,iU'iirmIjf oath, toji.of Uie
: :-7rin the river a-pt!o-I'a a3 right and we confess to have ben several tins! -peitish,. for tht either the daring genius or ecoreetic [heard there,,that it was the commonest thing,in In till* wav itrontiniii' (! tn Vo onrt"nn*flt,tp.-. h, f r
gopg up -
.- Mr. Ckr .' ly inclined at not being able toj realize oar: drcara.a{decision of his illustrio-is contempcrariea of tht-3 I the world now, if there is to be a duel, that some reach; d"tii'e sLcth Ktephe' 'l;t.itJ b4 .

a i I The clerk not being mnch wiser from ths answer But here-what 4I have we ? HIt! is! it is"!Is jzmtfcations american triad, his character' and' qualifijjrc'such [friend of the:parties! procure the pistols! and takes forward it r n.] back, and it passed (ton",beneath |

I apt: n politely asked. my Ions lost idal Coma rest oa this bosom : '-: as to disarm Kjloysy, ned con. very good care to be supplied with balls from the the hanife ofits.attendants and the charm wo i
t; : ao tn land uir !c. [Editor and Ideal rush [into'ea.r.h oHtirs'garms. tciliate f r him Li a remarkable the confi- broken. '
4Al whit point expect P 4 gree, '
I, you made :
which of material that
Great sensation. Author called oat W oa't woe place, are a l'
t I 'Don't land at noput,Mr Clerk. It's all! r'iyhtthough. dance of all, and th3 aif*cCon cf those wfcoknewfnlinntft1y 5-- S S
I I. .' '. come. Theatrical thunder.} him mo tparties Ha enjoyed the confidence Signer BLITZ has occasionally used in his exhibi Mr.. Jno, King of the Clearspring district, Mi, ,

9. !,' hero fee clerk left f our old hero and went to A charming pet! So ho is. Just see h'm, reposing of all and his!; dicth, which m.y be regarded tions. They are something like balls in appearance the Hagcrstovn Jajrald says, was bitten'oa the .

0 .e&osult the Captain, who at once lost his: wonted : in the sun, his beautiful black eyes half*[ JiSJ a pablic calamHy, even'from his posiwijhout but when they arc rammed in the pistol wrist by rflio' a week or two ago. Several days... :
"i humor, as the clerk related! tho result of his ; his beautiful variegated skin! glowing and*[tion, regard to his personal) meritd, adds after he was taken violently ill with the lockjaw. '

;I interview with the delinquent customer., Thee glittering; in tha bright rays; his! lithe and grace l. :Ul her instance to the impressive scries of dis- they all go to dust Dr. MocgDl of Pagerstown, was called in, who Immediately '

; >[>tin! proceeded forthwith to bring ths matter rul from basking in the pure happiness of simple* pensticns by whch! the supreme ruler 'of na- administered chloroform, and laid the

r 'trf a focus, and accosted the Kentuckian Bay- existence. A picture he i is, isn't he I Some fairy tions hap lately admonished us so'starilbgly! &nd. COMMC5ICATED. wound freely[opfenappjyir 'emollient poul ..
i' iDt. no doubt. from his ball of tranquil delights in the"Jsoleranl 6fthe vanity of human ambition and* Row do Yon spend roar Evening T 'tice and continuing the-ohkjroform 'With-.

; 'How for are you going: to bear us..companycp wild thyme that grows on yonder broken Bank. the frail ;y of human g1 ry. As a due token of? We wish to ask the young man this q estion ; In five hours! untfer thiir' treatment, the tpasmt ;

'Ihe river Undo?' PASS your band .aonb- (regard fjpect >r the memory of the man, and of rcs- oDd according as h'answers it shall we be enabled were arrestedj and;Mr;, King Is now fetirely re.- :
KhI I'm but it's R-r-r-r-r-ra.ra.ra?-My gracious, what's that for the office thus vacated have accord- covered. S S
o going we
( a-picce up with ye- I ,
to tell him what his future character will be. S
O1t don't be frightened: dear sir its only away [ -4*> '
*:MrM Captain!l' my ; to our u iual custom in Such cases, surround our *j
:IJat, sr,'said ,the Captain 'yon h ie'nether he has of expressing! his pleasure at your column! with the the blems mourning. More depends.upon the manner in which this important Cox TOR A| FOUXSE&ED HoRst A corrtspoadentof S

I: paid your fare nor given tie-clerk jour place ofdestination caresses. Heis quick and anglle.: you see. Come,* 7 -c--- --- season, is passed than upon almost anything the LokisviUe Journal says,that if a hOrsroundered
be with him he won't bite| .. -w b he be cured three.
and you are old enough to know, come- more friendly I Political. '. else. has been observer dver night may m S
that tho custom* steamboats that when yoa,if he I is an Allegory. You have no idea what jj Whoever .an of men hours if it is attended to-jn the morning. Take a

I a'man..., refuses tot pay his fare, or men to ,give good' a dtligbtful fellow be is. You see he has been to A political calm seems to exist, at present in] and things* can point put many j a youth who has pint of hogg lard and beat i it boffiny.hot.and' after :

-.> for not paying, we pot him ashore irnmefaH the dentist and those ugly ivories no Ion! tb.e 'co utry. Our administration has given! caused weep'rog a 'SqfroW to his family, disgraced cleaning hU hoof well, and taking cfThii shoe ,

I ." ger disfigure his mild and amiable co ntenAnc up the reins of government and another ss- his name, and become an outcast in the world; put foot in the lard and with a s|>con apply '

f f captain\ *spose 'tis custom but charming pet, truly HaJvas called.to par attcntion.by.wo.oyojrD2 somed i \and how 'the it to all harts ot the bo.9'U near thonair'at
jocr afia&s of tw '
quietly dishonored
[ yet n.ty.vc or to a gntve/wBo commenced
f&&tef. .! : | | which. wd 1 ndin our] sible. .This.he says Jie .tried more. thaq ftC
.JrTOre e.Captain lost hit; patience.' ?and, resolved, columnar.f' ., y.1a,' ". ;' :laillions, of people are ma -edttne'>ans-| his career of vice when he brok away from wholesome ty)'years, and never knew it to laiL The IPpJb-

'wpwt'hua jw&ore forwoirth. aad'accordingly'or For <* -LnW.tr (1d. C 1; g11tn.mtlie.. fir of pc wer is made from one President to an th- restraint and spenii'hia, evenings in the company tion:should be to the foot of each fbaadered kab

a 'Tdertd th$< the pilot to land, and him to make young Sutttftaale.&Vf l Ion?. wih: fire ntttIrB;)| er with no more disturbance than from the p tti- of the abandoned. Young man,listen to us., S .

ready'to go ashore to which b*'very graciously liavinhad lab e.tb lrawn,.wuolJ niaka'cbarming' est magistrate to his successor. We would! not I I A simple Fire Annihilator .for domestic ..
pf L ApJI/waaedi-Uf towcor.A deprive you of'i angle pleasure described in the losarance -'
all \3
I replied. It's rigkt Captain. > Troy Budget by an .
Mr. I IERCZ exhibits in !
I The. boot landed; and the plank put out the 0 every act the utmost or debar. you"from any innocent imusemeni We Agent of that city. Heafr..ana save, your .

ti gixat vrt& told to walk to,7rbica.be: readily assent* FACT.-A young man was seen? good tasjte and judgment and probably no PresM entreat you however, to be particutai. ,vKere and houses, ', S t

t tdtjn. to enter church Muring service. He paused at* dent ever took his seat with so little aa erityon how ou" evening houri'I >l 44 Why win not people avail themselTes of modem 1
,"It'. fl rg-t.'. the entrance; the congregation started, he advaaced -* ,the part of his political: opponents. The abuse oft 1* your S 1. ,'-. discoveries to save their property( from fire? !

,; J /Ajftor gettidR fin tern firm tho Captain gave a few steps, and cajm'.y! surveyed the asBembly -* the canvass has subsided into the calm acknowlJIgmeni FROM Bcraos Arass.-The N. Y. Commercial A package of two or three pounds ollul 'bert '
commenced deliberate march tht :
hint,a.short blessing for tines him the trouble ; a up disposed off in such a' manner as to be amongst
t to !land,and threatened ninVs top'dressing"if he broad aisle. Not a pew was opened' : the aidi'ence 1 of his merits and we do not understand 1 Adrcrtiser has a letter from Brienos Ayres, writ- the,first things! to burn; or at hand, to be thrown

ever saw fcim again,,4c To which the old man were to busy for civi itY'' He wbeekd] ,
mpc.<4a2unwith! ( an air of triumph,pointing and the same mvnner perform a much 51.(1Jping ,fjr the i afety.of the country at his hands. j ..Is We are daily: expecting an assault and our air rushes into the 'building, will arrest the fire
a* if to Roslyn Castile or the time of _. _.._ ._ ... _
to a floe 'looking above him the situation is tar Ironx '1 AM 4 A .t'?!1 1A Al* ..TA9.
cottage just on The I being pleasant; yet while g. WI.C4 Io1J 1oLC LU4
most difficult of bUj j.
bank: D cad' March in Saul, and disappeared. A thtl concern new admin; !. others I have determined
are leaving, to remain when varnishes or resinous gums are burning.
,Jt'&.ttK right. Captain, that's my house Cap- minutes after, he reentered with large bl r ratioa is; ia the matter of political! appointments/I.and wait the result. You can form no correct opinioa ''Oxygen and sulph'eHia'veso strong an affinity ,

: .tain, Jt'g aU rfyfa-EcawUU Journal' upon his shoulder! as much as he could well stagger -f to office No adralnistra can give entire sat-!< of the state affairs in this city;, father that In the combustion of'sulpher'the oxygen,
under. His 'citena.ce
was iUa1'"et.t-t'r: i i'fctkL but we the deraxraticistatior against the son, and the son against the fathero f the atmosphere .is converted into sulpherous'
j'Ita.ted b the N. Y. the tr-.d Ind tal prosaxo a1m'n1
Journal gorl pl !
of Commerce Again p aroe I he,horrible cruelties that take place which fire is arrested"I ; ,
that te stamped envelope cotractod! to bo furnished frOm their seas, with their books! in their handa i will at least be as successfjl as the late A few days since a father arebeyond killed his adcription. acid-gas-tested this point and thcrebrj v d my

th, U. S. Government by Mr. G. F.:Nrj- At length he placed the bock: La the very cent]1 "ihig! a: '';itrao. ,'soa vhile in political conflict The principle account of whkiu
'BTTT of Xew York will,be for of the principal and SeAtcd" himself C besiegers,took property. some years'S111 as
!, ready delivery by passage uporj _Ig-...- i: a prisoner and tied him between two horses and columns atthe-tuaej ftp
4h9 Jftrrt of Juce-next A}large quantity are alt !- it. Then for the first time the reproach was fct. Br IA\ bill bs passed Wisconsin! the poor creature literally torn to pieces. Such, gave impossible through to conceive your bxiwraoch, humaojtu3er--
t raJf but,specimens are not Every door in the.house was instantly] Lcgisla-j I
; : : tered ; *yet, ex- thrdwn pew open. Bat no, the stranger was a gentle-: turf prviding for the appointment of a travelling is our condition at present. The city is to be i ing might have',been averted,had that suggesfeoabeen'aUehded

mMUdGo man; he cams not there'for disturbance; he moved -] emigrant agent, whose, duty it shall be to induce; bombarded from the river and cannonaded from to by ship ,and. boat owners ?I

C&rrcllwbo is replaced by Kettcas not, smiled not, but preserved the utnaast d,;- emigrants to the West, to embrace the advanta--: ,the. land. What the result will be. none can. con-S never read he accounts of the terrible toss pfpte
I welL, Naval Offlcer at baltimore! has requested corum until the service was concluded: ; when hi: zes h'4l4 out to them in Wisconsin. Hon. J. J. man life on board our ships and steamers, without -

., ,the President to'allow him to resign as it was dis deliberately) shouldered his bock! and. to the ITowsEfi? fora>eriy a member of this Legislaturt thinking that they might have, been saved,
agreeable see the word r m ML The Pres! sam slow step bore it off and placed it' has accepted&e : raoxKoPKJciiPijtc,-A girl,about four 1 by a package brimstone in. the 1lre7 .
appointment This is.a most; teen years of age, who was at Sunday School in S S .
dent, appreciating the Ex-Governor's sensitive where he bad found it. The congregation i is now!
exceUentttwahd ifJMfowc State .would do ':\York last Sunday, in good health undertook To Hu.n OJ' I. Bub It ntt .
nature communicated' with ,Gen. Hunilin. who the most polite and attentive to strangers of : TAR ,0"-
4 movM a coosHeratioa of 0.'. conQrm&tion In od5r > jn ACtic-ZtZmD',P''pm"_ say'I |something.f this like.order, ire should soon ex-!, |tbenest day.toj1DP the'rope 200 tfnie'without wiTh sp; then scnpe some fine i hapd ph. .

to'stibslitot* "Cirro'l resigned" for "Carroll -'III. .. '.' *enc4 the advantages and benefits stopping. S1i did so.bat the unnatural txertioa tbai1so in th6 .1ine :Ja1jtpn.t54 .&I.J
oft u.1 it d A Fool A critic he Accruing threw her into an Dines* which proved,mortal on dries wet it '"i I'f'
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9_ E_ rn City of :M. .(uptipr. in Codicil convcdeil .
-: ; Jr;. -..if II: : ;Tlmt n Ins beamhjxrreby'fc atJlit'2o'l."d upon B *shall.ylnnt.or the powej-.vejj'.ei!.ijt.tneibv: .!Ia- -I! fllu -. *f. I
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coni. .w. rnixIng.w4icummo.n: .rch -wl|) city.ni the flowing rnt.e.*J10 w -upon tucaas'npnain ing described &f > .

_ .uli( tywJ 'ppemnov -. CdflJ.ackIflg : : ; GO rt time! during, the property or to mock thereof t wiJH-'fyd.'. "
\ \oj HDIC : DS.AND: I nnyime .year twent/pr the state and! county taxes and .
_ more boarders she MJIII ofiifieen ucceTeZpnsue.> .: ) \
dollar! QOn.u
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GODS t-pon entertain e* aforesaid ten JJe.i 'J. i
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$ nIh Rubln-r. blacking, Fish OiL Ncnts ( ;ii.t A NJU LII7: : "'o/n tlihje entertaining any smaller!! number; Iti:wtide. t'<*bes. adveriiMU tnxedranted to. the .11| irof '1'onlll,o.i J I !

H streets, to If" "iI. R.D. :; than t 0 the 'of Al'us- ; jand'il jr citizens 1 Jfi !.e"IfU"11t
quit duty ot the! Ciiy A* e "O tnr Col.'cctm.wlieii : in:ton .
t.ilrthce wtoao Lima fo wtnte w..hiat\ : < hn* M,9raoj t 25 unit i;bounded North
tZ iphoe employCaar ) .iakin$ ,demand of. ifef aforesaid tax. io re, bl public ands. A.\ '
,JKlo, White w.i4i Rruibe., Co'.oting! : : .South bylandiu.fiIw P irsofViJiaiu: :'
I. F! FQR $At..F.. require ."e keepers of nth I'antoa.East, .::' 3., \ :
urn. \OPIM"r s, GUM-, &c. -rApril3 taverns'anj/boardinj t.pihiilnuidiand \1V..th.y public Uiultf. x ,.
tnffl hOQset and thme who ih. buiMin-i; ; the house 'v e loJuiaja statement nail ;
th.l\r.. n K iiuit-rd at to u> or rep' rt cii Uule s taxt-i and .
, r grindstones, never lire, on I'icolaiuetreet uppjeite II eclting fonh od.J'ho.wiujjbe target nuiubrr of boirderntlivy .alt'. expense. are paid.before' ,.liny oft .It ,

the age of those whose calling J27 Another quart of ) have teb rntrrianrd,. at any one peiu/ti, .
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I place*. tnd oatotI thuU to the tremendous rush bf : / R.xTE.\UJ"E.,4 within. the,yehr, '. witch such a tax. i iJ (lCUt'fldril nut RTEOYD.'sIjenffandex'.off/ .,1. .
Tax ,
1 swIng "!u>nld they or anj' !f them reluct tt. rive tueh ,sta AssessoraudColleeioi re .r'H 'of
god bargains U. ltl l lIIOWK : 'R1fJ.I.'J..8.'lIN T1Iii. Pllnl! Janrarv '
yi. l&r. 1853.fe --V .,. "
b'Vc been enabled to sell tli.it 1I\tn'.or report tllI'J"* M .\ *esa'ir pIta., otit-ct ftvjtntiiqse ______ \ :.V .ti .'J
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jM>rnKT.An :; piprrao pf goods, au'l thnbt'gh iliejtin'liira f f tl :une !& r<..fuM'njr'ih'ert rate ofiHX3,''IIU. flffi',t"cl Tax Cu"ed i.:Q. I
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oii.l 1 .tflufion.nn,! ftirUirrordnin ". i:
") Mr/Salt I ?" $ ft iti
'Wc* Wil ;
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i ib "ew York t ena'-l' Y .
.nve een 10 buy a lfD vmue of the .
_ t cJe .c-J. ; power vested in '
contyoftbistatethcnap.dent '- \Vw Yoi ke t'jJ1' d. theauih'uriiv alt. f ''J 'that '''rS.1J: IJX becolleetr.l we bya! I. : (
of those b'ujonawv'titcnIInra, nn-i! : shall 'fur ;
rnore wle before .
I fa 1iU tleKNipjiunmottt in 4r I in th wiiiic JiHannet' lintS un&ifr'ihVeanif re- rxpor the COIII Jluti ia -S ,
collegiate course, n' psflm. t 41 'J'til IInd .n m..r 21tOll., : l'uiulkn. on liu tim Monday If : *
JuIy-neAl.'he '
red of hit and 'vs U1.*, but tIn5 ofi, iniiationas; ore in force and jjroviilfd for the col follow)! P
reason memory. Fancy and Staple Dry LESS: .EXPKNS1VB qtt- It'eion.offlh i tty tax lug described property or so much fhrrevT,, will .
his lather the Rev. Groceries Hardware, the stale and par : .
: ,hiin.te.f Itt di-poxe Ir R.isediuCuncil5tli Ffbruary Tc'53. couuy taxes aud ncvessarj&xpeiisevdiM .' l '
to Hsrtfbrrf, but finding no relief Ready-made thereon tu wiu I .. .
_. al) favor him with their .Gf/UAlWrRuYS. Mayor- ; ,.
_- i to Mr. Chaplain ,, of Cambridge, Mass.if |aff, Boot'Slioe-j &. Attest. .. J2377 ncn-s-Sd.'rate (aad doable iueil tasVd lOt >

rt.fd there wa* DO present relief for und Caps Yankee AT- B. PACETTTA fieri., J Wpa! M. Hernandez sndadvertisei, IGrmpa1I1aef ,; ., '
t the of ttiirtt-six Notlous". 'Ac., PRICi: of taxes .torthe-yearjlcS .beilg
agn1 or thirtysevenS4 -m 'ett.oo,3716ri a if- '
be a Cun ; n t the brain waMoot .V'"i'h' w'iirp Pfc1'fe.t\" .'JIt'lJ f.bn : : kind and quality can be ob-- An ,Jrdi.u"<",,. surveytownship: II run .e'26, a L> I''p(' P'okh bJ"f' .. S :
ftr the fIt'LlI.S'\Jt" .ur t 4 .ft1t''I"d: : in'town. ;o 'convince the public lands, f ulb tl Mic1iae1Cruy
raA&nvand'&ere irottTdbe llfcl. graiitEaiisLj
jBe it hereby QrJa by >Jb. luror ftn'd4AlcIr- "
eTwr ; t. .. ro.id ; : obeRtyrr .
> cawtrt & which would enable .e err M"UnJiia. 'Fu :, he utiers fio idle! beast of site sjf. ::h. J"bo1an'tt'J'babZzq ""lUl :. '
___ % | ?9v .aed; u .rn'Io itntret' ''to ; ra--n Cny.wf AutU-.l n in Cuuucii cou- .. :
: 't
Htherandnoth- > More vriKtl.l h l ibttxUiiug Ofijiwaoc. airaifitanJ'ruiijiinK 1 tllllopilg : . 4 1'_ ",... "s ;
\1 -
bl .'p"(1P,1I'l'ln1! thin Wf' fOu.d'no ; S ; > : &ft4 -:
: : 4tTcd' for I .t.b tlJ ; h dlt' J b, uil 'nfr""C"! )fU : TflBMsEi.V.f.s;, Hoists, ifcc., JO tJI! sirIthe al ; : 'to atm mJrefring I ti 39.1' mP.t ti : .
tivb ; aJIIdP. ',.blf,1 b f j Jbnt j Jhey do not find: )J.I' ', ltJ J", p 11t, tt t"d.., t:. tad !J lt oi ia p fi.Op; i ..l .JiIC'.pf1 a. "h'' "
: .
1 1 4J.6 rr.cL h .wiU 'G t't aiW. wi i,: ,I1.1f'P' !. iflert1. e.doe 1)-O .*l I.JIbia t1 .J..i L'l" _. ; U." ., . .

_ .' Ji .1 1tiH ., : ds tS1\ inJ i t-. ". ..' OrdH&.n..i .sht II, Utib Eivfntfur 1I1t'it-J1.9.O ,Wejby Jbn, .t ",,,,v.. : ,S .::4: .. -
.. r {
r 'thc6.11 ........ t ktll. ) .: 'n ride or drin'at a fawrnie. ofset'J"thaaa iuu; '., Al1 ,. S '. S "' "
_ \ trot all1 butte, lUll..'rel illic of mute bn'sucli
There rar 14nolrp 1,1 ; 'u\ '29.10 acre.3d rate l lanf,
_- _I' bin ,ef,*&*.loag blank in hnhui'wWdb3 11 1'ball '0 /flir ...n?! i. AND FI"Olt'D portions of the streets Of ground ofenidcityiis 'lit' 26 bounded NoifU'by public I.iiid ?o.DsWrj V13 (.-.
ra.go ouih
I ; or are I'tUD led within the Iplluwiug I uuisp. and $ -
QoIuTedin it and 44 Xev .' ti"iSt" rend u1Drly: hla l the ItivcrSt.
; 8 EA.UI2KS. olItli of a li>." -runnitig' North and Souilu'along the n >r Jolirtc! andVe, t by.tlie U 'e dividing .
_net nDW'.1M .titmoet i 11eU'l ntil The ihin? 'I tc npli'hrJ. : Marion and Putnam County
_ .. West bunk.nf Maria Vanclir* Crfrkoinbof line .
_ -wV.t.4 (Ct) ,a.eerer. \ '. Large Sales and "nnll Pr : AND FLORIDA.I Uuii-M taxes and expeutci arc paid before day .
.. \ running Lust .-d W.<-n:, along tinNunb. uunj; of iht- S oisale. .
--------- .
; A Meiaaekolf Coat cmloa. : cPI mOIII". i853. nUULt\lAME.i tn' 24 lo 30 //" ,. ; ditch alMoiih Ciiy,.Uatfavd North ofa lior. running .U I. t
prilSO, ex-oflf
: Tfce; CAUOMNA will En'i anti \V\tuon! ; the tiuuih end .f the lot T.JipYD."*'' Vs *v:' .

rere ebon by cur Tajc-Collector, on ycstMidolUni Wanted to Hire leave JHARLESTNevery attached tu ot.. Krnnci: iarmcK!> art formerly] < alrdmid P Jnnnnrvlf.er,13.-" *-- ,.ur sadjCylkctir'r.cjfax I ,'I "'d

_ s's bill with the following en- Saturday 3 P. M ,Ke- known .a* "liarrark G.c.rJt'u"-tuti prrKonntran.x I luJtza. S .,. ..: '.. .

.1t.pon it, written j rhapn by some pen- For the urnml'r. a Hou-e in ,'t. Au : turning.will! Jen ve PALAT- :rfssiuj: agajusJ. .ihs prolvibiiion ':ial.li lu-d by -#- C 'I'c or'.. '- t :
&Ie .
% twin who mourning over ht*follies. without \\,9\ standing Furniiure.. ; M ;PliOL\f A. 10 A.:.. ;this Ordinance, .biht. if a wliiie |>r>ya, on coiiv.cijgu; I K"t ,

>*Brn otttBtn from fftUmving in hit footsepR.Mth Enquire at till\ office. : Tue ,lay, 4 oV-hn-k. 1\. M. brfore the .Mayor, br fined (.r.O.lir..1 ofll-uc, in tlic rp Y virtue of the power,vested.' b.rne' bylawj .
twrare qf gaaiUing; thig b the'Us t of : leave CUARLKVrUJI eery fume ofiivr dollars and costs nnd for any >uliffquintnflVncr.in shall expose (tJ .,UIL' before IbcCuurllJoutl\, \ ,.,

'"tb.' thousand' dollars, left me by my Admluistrutrlx : oti Keturning. will Jenw PA- the PUI' offrn iIol! ].r.nod! co i-nH afi'reAaiJ l' l"lkt. ou the first .Monday !July '.t'JI.lh. following -. .'.

till etoistUa father, the bt of November;t & II person* bavin;just dnmn I n ), ni 7 A. M ; PICOT, and shill moreover srniid ro!imiitrd until tin- described ptoperijr .r so much tbrrcof ns.will pay ,' .

tth lithe 1st September 1652, all spent:, '1L tate of Jo-" Papy.;lute rf Si } i :, FliJay.I tine be pnid-if the.pfn.-iidcT be colored pcr."'ii, tin .the iluTnui state and county taxes and necessary' expenses due ,.,.. .

gmibUng tai>lo in Charleston/1 dcc'd., nre h.rby called iipnn tq I like fine shall br iniM| >
>- aitttUng tnd full of melancholy this eon4h without, delny lo ibe underl'lrnc'cI. 'b with] all! the interiu tlit-rt'of. thpoirfiu'ershall, rt-ccive nutl"J I than iwriity 79 J> acre 3d rate land! grrtntrd to th. Heirs'.of *

_ I t tiM ample legacy which a fond;I .nied within die time pn'IIClllt'd..h. $ and connect boil- ways with nor more than thirty nine stripcp. oli the bare tack 'i'h'UIIIliuiFjiCht. nnd! advertiic l ior tempoyiurr of taxen -

___. after of toil &nd denial had accumulav.tnd foreter" barrt'&. \NN hipj. (:'aft/lina, Kailruads ant! li bereliy further provided and' crrrd. l Ly the auttioriiy for he year lr53beiuig sectivn.42uf private mrey -. .
year ; T. r \PY, \! nforennid, that the linm imposed nod accroing ia town.hip 12 range 2t; ant! I Iniuudid North by _, c.

-left to bit child. ftbouldthua. in the, .brief,. St. Augnstiie. April 23d. I IPttjjOtIceHi ; \ Jjjuonrille, 88.- under this Ordinance shall be collided! and di!,p<>>ed Michtei Ciui.by'sgriutisuiisIiby -0ckawnha lliyft. -". ,

P. we year M rccuessiy spent av ine : Sit U. of in the Mine manner an is protri.led in relationto East by the Kiver St. Julius! and We t by grant flid&td *., \ .
table How potent the spell which ; : rebjr given that. I will \ .
lng ", apply! to fine imposed by oilier' 'existing Ordinance .' Cruuy. 4Uue ,, ,
thtu'kevd oa step by step the deluded "I. aftei this dale. apply tn ihe Judge LL. I h.irletjn. th? running and galloping: of lior"> &c.prohibiting ,.inihe ". taxes and expenses &rr paid before day, u( S
t l*|..IfthflL' ,for sell!! w t if
to hte doom. Perhapnowhowhowuthe 'olinly jtave.lo ale. "
& Fl (G\. JacisonvV. ftreetnorthe <;iiy.Pa. '
pro1esor ot thi&fortune, 1& autrlring I Prt4Istatenfioae( lpy, late of-pnid I : : I Ittkn. leb2G, std iu Council .March IOth. l3. R. T. DOY D. sheriff! and' 1'1t.; .

.. or proverty and in the bitterness cl'lIlIrd..II' b-sufficient to pay the G. IMlPllKLYS, Mayor. Tax A wes or uud Collector r. c, ,--, 'l., .

IOUI it 1'e&ptDg' the lruita oI..hi foUy a I It.D4 ngaint his estate. ? : and Jtc.8ulutioIL". AttestA. Palaika, inn. 1st. 1853. ... ,'.\tj.I.. '
bomekwa'w dcrcr. Of all they.iag ANN T. PAPY. better preservation of the PiCETTT, :!erk. S S. :
S*. 1M3 .1' -
; aod old are addicted to, there is none "rIatint.pril..l.1IJ i! oftbt' City and tot other pur. $ 'f1x'bt4ecIor'atJe. ; .. .

.. Mduetiw sad fatal in Its consequences, AdininUtrator'a N Ail Ordiiiuiire for Hie Pr,,Il'cliuli B.Y virtue ort pjwcr vested in rn- bylaw 1 ... ; ,

that of it ia the which While toiioiii AMcuiblcd ior shall )"ne for"'nle before the Court howe i ii '
i gaming ayren song 'U'pt"llIOn. h\the .Mayor ami Alder- ; -tl
cliita .
tocautiotts to ruin or tbe dead Sea having. jus' : | in Divine Worship.Jif I. 1'ulaika on the lirt Mun/ay o(July.nextthe -following -,, '
i youth ( the etnt.or Au.ju-.tine. Con.toil assem-
tlc"t i nziiiist I'hi'ip, | it Ordained by the Mayor and. Cr uncil of the described property or so much ihuertufas wiH .
which is beautiful to the (sight, but turns d.'C'C't..td. callrd : I t1& promal Ig'Utlll; of thu pay /
are hereby upon td pn City of M. Auputinr 'That frwiiaiid after the the mate and' -ounty taxvsund m-cJUary due- '
in tUjs taste. To the gambling table auib minileJ l ; I bo liwl'.l, lo throw vezetabl, : pulsing expenses
W3Ill4IIItIltja7, duly 'n me $ therronts,
of this Ordinance if shall knowingly wit. ,
persoii or
,_ roenc n trace oack the' com-. within : : of 1Ili)' Jt'-/ riptl..n. over the any persons ?
nrytxtog roe not presmitcd two '
) I concerned in vociferative 1850 acre* 3d raie land gnnted D. Acosta douJ'
engaged or noise to
st of thdr downfall: and.utter ruin?- date, wi'lbe forerer barred. J i iA iDRKW Ilisih. connected! with said ble taxed advertiM for :
ailing ppintuous liquors other nf for
oir-u.lin aeaiiHt this or any net having an noi-p-iyment taxes Ih\ ?
g; and drinking arc twin sisters and rare.MZNI \ : YONGi AJ. ,. .tllpn.b lined for the pro.Htvt immediate; tendency to disturb or c u. a disturbance year 15 !, being.n township. I ratine 26 aod ,wun- V ,

; separate, la there than no young man St.Atiniie.Apl2Jtlja3 !| oft congregation of.wkiie persons assembled for the fed North Sues!, and iat byublcIauJsarvest.. '" /
l : !* than two, nor than
ow rcidHt to whom the warning of this uhf wore by sue River St. Johns. .
AdiitIoktrtator's [ Hub-M-queut offence of puipoae ot worship at a cbrrch orchupeIInthi *
not ,
c jtmth may be ropeatcG If BO, we would l than :Ten dollaiv-.tindifihe City; inch perron if a white person shall pe fined not 1S'1** t4Qo J ; -
"mlltaralle- 21' tIny of1)' .5'
i* we, ofoie % K--'B&b ft'< ofthe. pmQUnrJ f )\ lie ale' off less than fve dollars nor more than twenty if a colored 17 aeres34 t
f--J- .dl I between he honrc of'tO A' person, or to 'tiding ? rate land being in township 12 range "

',j tth" .- : thp w : ,I Mnrt"flto(1heCouttlJt'U*-; in ''. I | nob' ai the didcnuion perwin the offender fhall be fined us aforesaid i 26 bounded North South' and Hast: by public lands; 1' ,

1 J, .I ; oil i7! 7hI' j.b 'J '-ageiob'a i by th" ind-ctiou of a uuniber. or wlupped.not exceeJing thirty stripes, or imprisoned aud.: .! Wew by tUe.St. Johns. River.i 'e* J "
i ot exceetjipg! on .w"tek wiih cosu at theJiscretion bt .. .7
; oi notlef' tlwiHen.-iiof I r "
.ih'1'tJtH .
.' j .' ;Ig tn1,1' .i-tlltlf tf'f\l1t1 tit Pb'' Llst/ir4pnec' "end for each the Mayor and Council and that ttr Ciiy. \ arkhnli, i'' ,. ''. ..,o',. If ', "t J. S S rS
", ? iayoror Alderatan ihnll atteqd to.. 1 conJplainta and 232 acres 3d pte land beiuz rownsHip 1 3\
W .-.ll lotii1iunuf/d $ ijipt 'Jt' range
." '' f 6'layrof Gt'C(. #1I Itt tin"1f t'fEIl : i *!.tUitQ. .tweniy. nor and bounded ;
such offender.Tnat Xortfa public
I .t14'hu, .. die WeM hy t'wbmita arrest '37i by hinds SJutfs and .]
.ron all conviction ihd West br the 'River "t, Johns not JZti 'public'lands.
upon perron or con-
OE1Jaei.i tfalKi who \oft h nylots (Fthe eftat* of :lo. !/' J)y tiie 'wh'itY'1lUft'- \
.'II dlty ,
r'cle.l..h,1I remain imprisoned! or commmed until ibe Unless taxes, aud expeu '.are pa d, befcte day wf'asl
'rt't"1Iq 1 "'i the S 'ntl I'3ldt I of the b"rra...r belawf.ifi far color .
bew ottf-per **dby hfertitfents and her | 'line and coat are put or.,t .6'-J: *. ,t ,. S,

t woo affection did not reciprocate ,to ape Cc un;I l1uu r'1 ; \C' DcEW YONGR. ." ; : ')and to.tliey uthe are >liesePy.fibiJeii enVi I. au "I'asstd. iu Council H/uicb lOut J8.r 3., R. T. BOY1elieriflndex-0t; tA",.,

b the hymeneal altar, on Thursday evening I 4\Vh G. I1.fJlttYS.Maror.. S : ,TnxAtsessuraui4Cuflecior.cS ,
't'riI2J | penalty ot a Ii ie ,ufl'.ol -)
when the A'.se 4 Palatka.Jan. .1sf,1853.S.
plucked up coorapV: l &Prtaotrnil ,
than five L
p ttart. or in lieu I
; the from Proceed :\ S S
ysr.irjn tort fr try ofSciattng clergy-* Extracts S
-. : 'of not I Us$ ihm ten 091 Tax Cvlkcfar'a J "
lip and resowely answered "no ** wht-u/bVUie Cuuacil. ale. ; .5 :
/ | tu be laid ou the birebackoi : ,
fat'pro reply woil4 harji been a faint p 1m font "ill: n ell''i'' I;were !: QI1ICJ'I." ,tXD' sta.wg, B 'rlllt of the power vested-ja, me by law.,I '

; a Mft e and' wuinptrcd "ji*." The i: IntrtMlocwl .nd'ado" "ted, 11"11.1 and D.-crert. !b the '/1.JP61'S : shall expose .for mU before the:i.'ourt Uoufe,)in .. ". .
iv nu- 1'alatko the first j
[,pisajMnsMoo of all) parties may.w\ itrjaffined gut Kc olniion 1It.he'rd from and' 'nler lliis! date, all I f II Lie Subscriber are now receiving direct dercribed ou Monday much of ly.nt'xt. the litH"( "*' ". .
t osxribcd. Bomonstrancotrasm oin.. No, 6r (lie Mayor and | : idt'n to smoke in ol I' IL from New York a |::ir.e, full and vnmptete and.prupertyogsu taxisal ax will pay,thei- .
it The swain I'O"etllrd1'1&:11 the Ordinanc" pr > ? any Stock of Kdslnonable FALL and AVLNTCR GOODS stale UIlIY 1d he uecc ury.expciUeil due .'<
A tbe younc lady, and'',no was. : places in the City, undei THnii.. Iu Wit. .V-**''
Wrri sod, but nteoti. Cart.mv. w.1jflC i *rlnin limits lien in *"rilp nor less tb-iti three nor more cUllluri..in. ill'nart .
:311't of July 1"41. be V' .nll..1 l ly in 1 1 Gw'ti' i G2acrri third rate land, granted to U. 8. Delter.'iiouble ',u .!
robinbe rim
*, i ?kout the inquired., is there offence, or in default ol Dry Groceries,. Hardware, ..

,r, 7a'e who_wSU have. me._ if ito/M bmsta ,1. ably 1 i.. **__*niter__..1..the....'word..,......_.."bnthe.r.. ..1.... .KftMakUT..in...the"in I .I & >er of Mrir>.-< of not *lem Crocker. Ktcmly-inudot'lothiii;;, taxes fur the taxed yrar and It:5 advenwed, being in wiilnp for uunr-nyiiivbt Ji mnl\o': .S n S
; .
1 r
4 ur'n '
laid lio llau
to be l 'hoes! and
it'koowD.. One arose and doctored herWngntM twenty upon, the Caps,
2U bounded North EII8t \Vesi .
vail liindf "
enclosure of
'ctfitn the or a nd.'r-II"I"r by public "
Yankee !VbIP1i1t.
the infliction. A ea u is"'llJ"nl Sfc.,
to undergo bargain4'wifl&rek
wnitructfd finth ilK UoHtt and South by the River .'t Johns. i .
the kbL'W&S tied as quick' C realty dollnr., or hi.- indiction of And in fact every tiling usually found in .
a country
Unle taxes and '
r n-W Urwlvel I. tint nitfl U-diijnnee, expenses are raja before day bit: .
1%, aftd 4h.itielhave departed for the home or.:Im"uc.1, nfl I tllt.I.! 'I 10 ie it l ,thus be. bud on the bare b3i'kus .Store alt of which will be be sold.for (?aIi at astonishingly sale. i :'. .

I ibt ffmtiasjua in New Yorknn.. Gazette. 'I vfoinling thHu-ction of thi .. ; .prom*, Itre :hereby ftrjclly low ,price*, as we (eel confident we ca i offer R. T. BCYD. Sheriffand! ex officio i I' .
ternoit their p-rum. any kuile. from IU to 15 |Kr Ct'lIl. cheaper than can be fuun.t in
twli,; M if Tax ,%eMir aud Cvlleclwr .
fltietioti "rett< iy' a P c.Palatka. >
n hau
) three
frxauc DBLICACT.-Abore ererY other f.a- forfeit and! for .hl' first ofR-nee ; i inch Jc'Dllh of i' this market. Give us a .call. and satisfy you rt'I"l's. : January 1st, Ibn3. '

. two which adcriM the female character, d icacy A Iwllars witb pay all costs which tiny .ltr l *person, not actually under: in- We would also invite the attention. uf tUe Luties to ". ". S ...[\ ,

r WHaii fcrwacwt Within the province of co-id taste.1Jttt I lertwi".of M'' fine and f'r) l>nc'' *nJ! cnne or nge wnlkhsj cnrr slick of any our Stock of 'j'ux CoIIcver'sa1e." .d 1"1. .

Aut**cacy which in perpctoally m Quest ofV"BHs I. fine ol Ten dollars: wi'h c'.tf" ns a p xtIty.ofn.it le'* than any URCS* GOUDS -gpY: virtue of the power vested in me by law I '

B.::;1otMntaJfiytnod ot which zmke merit '1 i oegw nr inalatla$ ,' on conviction number of*iripe* to'bo lnj on Con1..ling of lie Laiiif>-, Puptiiis, printed muslins, Alpacus .a. Khali expose' fur sale before th- Court House at, 4,

4 g 1M _pert at the construction j gninkt thisordinnnee the cff-n '
Issown inawQattr but pat upon an innocent: I IjI1 ly.five stripes (.n Ih, btu btRc.olutlOD-$. ". I : U1t xUAME. & 110WK.Feb.SR. Ir'WUlg ilebcrtbed propetiy or .o much Ilut-uf wil) .

; .rfoai' lnd ofdeUcac/ aa far .3d.Rttolted : 23.1 peemb 1832.G ;. 1JT.3. ',' pny the.State and county lazes and the urccMUty. ex-' Ii

Thnt bereaflet nntil nU.MP.lUEYji: le11t < due thereon to wit: "
frw good tasts u from good feeline Mayor. '
bat the mgh minded dollcac hda tax of six and n quarter cents t ) .-1"\ \IUN IJ ?, Kg f'n"1 ti-, I'rntuDiners, Choice! 3000 acres of i l.i jd fitcated near IJave 'Creek .

r-.Wt; for ench t.tll in ihFi '., Toiwicc.. t'rt-nch CordiaU, Alinonil'*, '
w fu and walkwomen and! collected < Clerk: belonging th'' E uitc ol t/rprgj; j\1 hu-qn.! .
I Pure' nndeviatins and occupied t.e! vending of Fi.h ; Hickory iSut*, Alei'orter Cider, U incs, I'-randy A.C.li. Uult'tI; taxes tt'uJ vxpvtues are pniJ before, day of' '
the of the
V u in society men, a revenne to meet cur- LAUR.Jan. .
c. k
bsvtnade the du-y die Iity ile. ELtJ3U W
$ r,01l.I
wo ariukj City for ,the leS3 Dud for
from no ncoestlry duty can all flu broucht to the market and ( year 15ih If'.VJ. I Sheriff and"Collectdr.fe.
N *ta* r*qvared with seriousness and kindness of the City: debt. c.
rence flf any two tlilC.f't't n.1 | | I F.nlrrpri",Onnge County Dec. 25. ItS2.
r ti iiitlwchH: would t.euhaqaed to.smile ort whom he may select tn unite with hirb the Mayor and Alderman of School liook' .r ,_ '_ 0 r I,\

tebTQab Stcacj irhlchknowa how to contra lien he may mike) .h IIII condemn : "', ia Council Convened: o ..Cp, Geography, and. Alias, JVood'-rule d. Tax u Collector'; Sale, ". '(

benefit without the feelings of anesrao4 -, tlufit fur I of 'on' per cent be" and ii'nI do, Peter do, -juiiihs uew Grain ; \
t wouading mftf be intmq4'J and us-- Parleys n-pY: virtue:'of the power vested in tar by law I: v .,
. .' which eaderaUndi also how and when "r.. the_ .nn'_ a_<>e or tbi* resolution. r&( ed to be imp..llt'd"o the mar, (Jiucys Ilictoiy ot tile I'ntira states,. woaiei's. JLP shall expo for sale before the Court If notetawttiUtka .
itIIM deKcacy rhich an give ;thu: V; ; iadreiihrr oprnly or )1 r'\il >ki k*r> a r ".r.i.I\:-'"v..-, .ftvk OlIO 11... WHltiia w'- speller and d. finer Walter's ,1'narl.,touiheru nat I on the first Monday of July next the follow' .

&$4 dsily, *ad ,Mrios without as*, market bell has been regularly ran? l l Mtuated. and lying within the clan book.criUlllhiaw iiistvry of Greece,do duuf.Rwjne.do .. i ins described property os-somuch; thereof otf'wity paribe -* .' S

4 wkh eaJoftXWngi tM most bsmble rnfldC violation' of tbwprolAiiMon naid City-nnd the following do of United States euzUjh reader, pictorial spelling state and comity taxes and ueccMarj expenses dttoibertod.towit. i.t., ..

t' t+*red Lobe otterljf ?oid*. l wrt p. tiumphrrys. and Al-, book primmer, da reider school*read r, da. '1 L ,_ '. -

11" I, .' ,. eluuwr,, a preference over anjf ot ? appointed .atweraor's to d ttr- bull. arith'irietic, slates, lea J pepciU, in k letter,paper. '. MJl'i acrei'otjeliaif teoWr1nUfdlrafcland ? .-
.....' .-.r.1I.WIG". edi&elT mur be present at and after the a'tha1tbe't''Ii.E.lit.' 1 levietl(, and and fix it i the here bib wafers, qalllii seel l pen*, note pa per, toy_books 4c_ .1 h double taxed jrandtffejif 1 Wilttanjt ..,- .-. S
1f. d Sca taken at hUHa and f*. any fish he rjiaj t ,
was propiwie '
;t -Yo' I Pantom and advertised for nonpayment 6t tllt"iror the
tbij iht, tax i.ioteil; t by this Or- 26th.t$3.. -
; .... published the-fol- purcha-e and any person the selling lnt d in the same manner an year 1852,being section'37 39 and'40, private surveys, 1. '

ct-vrtlf. eontrnry to al I ia i township range 25 and 26, and bu nHe1 North .
I : nn. as are provided and i in- ilazor* Brn be dec.. ,
f ';aipIi.ea.warritift notice, 'lesl aecomW -' thin in'erdic,ionslial! o, conviction Tralne f collection of,City taxes levied Ink with 'preparation, Wade & 1 by public land and a'grant of Tbouiai F lt'n"n"i", 5

w .-... v1IExIqRgE.F or be fined ItCqualfptpIe'jhe! u. ?' of properly. Indelible Razors ready .>r ue, AI.I.M I. .the South by public tarnhson Ihp' .!a..t by public:; S
bf \
wfisww attach 'Dotlcesfor a kis of the by J'IIIIwi'h; prortodon."RenZve. 19 January '853. land l nail l grant d(:he'Heirs oi Thomas$ FaiLes.and. pa S. ,
. Tht Ihit rfoir.; tlw >rtcd Cuilery, ciuurt. Accordeons. staving soap
bre4.w.4Kbtd .fi.d the VV rat by public lands. t
i U I1UJPUREYS"Mayor. brushes boxes, combs hair bri'thm, steel k.-
.Invlie the attention 1J' .iral strap )
.. colored i ted Unless and"expenses before
..A pluat-looking girlt.meo taxes are pajd$ day of
; crk inlMatids"
he United States( T "erapbical i ring; tweezep, xiews, patent JlalJit sale. 5 1
far the p* rpjt eofinfonnng her in this City an.f ::w> it is '-! : Ckrk. Hired steel 1 pcns.tiiU lines, hoouconon twine I IlJ. A -
now R T BOYDhnffamtexrbflr
hue t th colored gentry generally, that she of Canal 'Sofvey in our :tn1e.) Cit Cooniil of M. Angn' ine, E. CA.R.: .
our -
1 Assessor sod Collector
.rtifeenelfoae for better or wus. ax i c
Samba nterveninz between the bea'lof \ the pktmiulgation of this Rcsolo- Feb. 25. 183. '' "
editor replied that he should bare to charge 'rniitiSCrreii. ih.eb.eaJ of fWifix: t for any perwi. lo plsy at Pilatka,January 1st' l'S53. f \ .'; : .-\ .

tUt7eentL She hesitated a moment asfi thai : "'." or a : of ball ot Received I by the t.ar.'liua.hariitioruoats. ", i < i" f ., '
., l. .1J ulove' ant 'o ; : J 1ft' : I at gnme JUST Ta JolIcctoir8)SaIc \ ; -I ;I
i leadlinseed oil,turpentine,nail mula, a pointed to the article pulIlrf'I'I"\ of the Ciiy of J.J
ntll :
ng paper bl her armnaT ; '
'. blushed wilh p I honey, suzar, pork bacouias4': beef, cheese' > virtue of the power vested n"me by law I : ;
rlr. The editor and the bride : view '0 ascertain the : : any pen-to offending against this tyrop. By .
bat whether they losacd i ,. deponent a I amuD1clfli'Jn "** CI1'1"( *" *' a white prison be fm d in a sum i cracker, brend. Hour, soap, candles \\starch indigo : expose for tale before Ihe'Conrt, 1JIJUfoeJ; .
: water c of '
PalatLa, on the first Monday July text, IliC folf.w-
,the Council .he l dollars' for the first ofTence and risions ahoon-ls, currants citron tt'D. casM.epices.
& Ciy
: : I an,1 amination.-l pp'ft t u offence, !n a Mim of not I'-ss pepper, loUicco.; egar. *uutf, and leaf brtwuis. tub. iog described property or ro much thereof ts'.wil. pity S

-" G. |rjMp. than nve dollar and if the of. wa.-hlx.arJn, pai!,- barki u, fiobliues. mats, boxes be ttate andcouniyzaxcsaodnrcessarrezpe.aesdue 1 -
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.1." MtH ArrauZe1fl.Ut he'or she. so offending &c.. B. 1 c.\Ua. tht'rt'on.lo wit .
, ,Fugs IW.ktt itmiles distance' to rfu Augustine Magistrate \ :\ penalty! fir thfe first orfenceol March 12ih. 204 acres 3d rate land double taxed ttcIloJoh I" pt \

l. VPNs.m-eedayiand*_.M", aDd I Wednesdays'.rMa, II 12 A."M..d *.,.- I ?4 Election is b(rebv, onleie l
..-.... Wednesdays U A. M. \ t first Monday of next rtjonlh- thrinflicticn ot. not less than CRAMU. J Ilam.Dried Beef, U.con, Poik Lard ship U range 27, and bovoUr oa* all.:dc,by public rlandi.

justice* wr ibe Peace, for each twenty five 'uripes on the bare crackers choice family tlour.rtbaoi crackers .oIf; S

-1J Disirjcts; in the County of sit.-Johns :: qul'nt offence a fine of three rucee buckwheat" rice gelatine, corn staid choice tea. Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of AI

''flIi.Jft' .rrr-se4 t Hire. ingofh. are appointed '' :on of twenty stripes on the wine of&c., sale. S 1 > ,
,' .. ,srd to w rking with Ihe area tioii namely-For District No. I i .anJ if defiult shall be made in B.E.CARR.March R. T.. UUYD.heriflsp4x4fTxAueacrpd.CpUrcip1'e. \ t} : ...AtJnsl

; u'.Iw4rt1rjari.sad two Women a Cook. Thomas Andred. |nd K. I,' fine impose.) k s aforesaid upon 12th.Billiard ; S _; -

,;; s1d 1iI'tsW m4 irotwr ibey, would be hired for Irict No. 2. Antonio Masters, violation of this resolution PlatKa.laDU3rJ 1st. Ie53. ._ ,
For Distriet default .ba II stand Table ami Tuu I'iu Ahey, .- -- .
.11iV. (lb. year and tie wages to a certain ter 'Masters 2n-I.- commuieii < : 'A i 1
'.IIi" ho4ft4 dolitn paid if rrqoired, ia Iota no. obn tee WJlHams s,d D. '1' ihe Magnolia AVucai, opca turqugboui the Received.g4 !. .fj .

,. .- The Jfr' ton to beheld, at tbecrosl 3 lM Jan Ib53. t _day and. .Evening. I y Jlnm.C rdials., Rose, \VW. Fig-Pa e, ?'w t S
Districts sad the U BUMP iUEYf '1 21)) : no4yift.: i?.,MtKANDA.". D fis-sence Lemon ifcaP .
r 1..thIt .., .: 'j' .April 30111. Election said '. Mayor. .v S ,juiaririd, -'iciQK varsT.3L iaory.orzsugepteJ..cinnamon gin -fr..J'.I i 1O"t
M. ; ; X\f.ctJ. ,
;l 'lf_. ,I ,V i'l. rf. ,.' II ,G ; \ .. CJf' ... ,.". ", j< yublic JJeeUu .-iiivjteKOJ. ,.ii.,,,. &'.,' nr nnime". peach.yeast powjers mUl'lardtO'' *1

1iu1..N... "\f "" .1q W.r'l; IARodrui fdr temporary pl1rpo., always iu radibp3ckIeicapers&S, ,, ': i i "

.., AX'tOLLECTOR'S'BLANb D aw.J 1" read l tI.ai'tuMagl1o'. ia 1tc% ,aL'.J :' S p g J .
r :. :. -iScf' OU.I 81"I;. ;. Ilt -. : ; ,.4Al .' '. ': ,, ;
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e IIi bt. George Street north of Ylrluef the tertedjui me by law il By power ver j ill lItf"bf.'f' 1.01
;' ,,.lU 'Ilitel. 00 ; AUGUSTINE, E. F. power by-the--Lelslatflreof hall expose tor sate ."r .
I .ST. ,f llae .
: b 4li' Public Square and on* door Jbiorth 01 the Metho- shall expose for fale before xke Coon H.osc Penusylracia. Palatka the first oart If .

t lit Cbutcb .I [r in thecity of St. Augustine on the first Handayrf FOR THE PROMOTION OP THE '' described on Monday ofJ,1)- "
I I !4 //... Oa Tressn/jr Lane o Nprth of THIS ESTABLISHMENT hay .May 1853 the following described property or aa 31tTS OF DESIGN 1JT' THE the< state and property.or so mtCXM UW1l 1'4-

Abe Public tfqotR. t tI [ .: ing undergone Thorough Repairs this much thereof as may be sufficient to pay the State pal county' u4 q o. tJpq. ; ;
due thefto
$ ; Pit 1TED STATES. sea to WIt. .
j I City HsMt O Charlotte 1d .Bay Street a Jew present season is now rendy' forreception and county taxes and the necessary expenses inckitatthrreto S '' ..L

.doors tfott.lh East jf the Public Square.PUtttrt jot Company. FAMILIES AND : to wit OFFICERS 89,1.cre, 3d rate land granted ii E. tr lai i.
flitel. Oa Chariot Street and TreasAIT BOARDERS 'hu A house and lot in St. Augustine situated in Charlotte Mc taxed and IdnrtJsed noopaJ1ftar.oftaz.
TRANSIENT can t S ,, ,
: Las*, nortbohe Public $Q&an.annexed. tu tltefKrid paciuusApartmeuts. street bounded Noflh by lot lately ownr j :.yBriguida REnT C. CABET. President, Wituist D. KCLLCT the year IH52, lying panty in tuwj :\

.Jos.e. 11.j Gcmrz; on the South by l h'l' I.tlc.lWI1..' Vice Piefidrut EDWAIO P1 1'CnLL. Trt',.. and partly in towiwhip 12 rang\2cal boS" -.'L

I. BOARDIW? HOt'SRg. .? I oom. Airy. Clean, and 9Teatne hy the hein of Antonio Uit'r; (11 the \\Vst by Charlotte vrer. E. II. BCTLEK. Recording Secretary, North by public laiids.uwh| .'lb\ Ri,1r Sr ..:

r Afw .><(. Co,$i. <$eorge Street, a, few door* ,ft Jtftclf furitislifcdltmidHotufclv.ftptbiu .- tiln'ct aud ou the fast by lot nwned l I.y K. 1.! (.ZEUfU W. DKWET.C'vrretpvuding Stc.00 and grail of Wui. Gardner, East by. PBJfit2, '.

I .South oltse C!art Ifwae jind Public square. ? Wuutiuff.ITie mb s. being the i8 Ame uperiy convcyet! uv .ui S Dud Vest by she River S;. John f4 .

t. H V .J..N Pv"jf.jUardeo Oy,Bay street.vu crn>r ofBay and House Is well known a being re ently :Sanchez as Marshal Tl>(*'C. R..ckniltanJ Rubt. .. MANAGERS- : Unless taxes all" expense are p.id.-ltarr.ta..r. ;

t I :' .k-lic. Built, Expressly I with n view to ihe-nrcom- 'fowla"d, by drrd dated 13th Oct. Jb-IC. John) Sartain. Charles Toppon James S. Wallner sale I .- A.q'i ,..""

I DOCTORS odution of Inralid unit others, btinK entirely said lifiicf and lot ;: a.-s: M-ed Dud leivf-d npon for Charted Macale er. E. II. Butler Henry S. Palhr.IPIJU R. T. BOYD. b 'riS"aner"s..ft : '' .'

:;. Ict. F. rvu,.4 sa ice al hi* Dw/ellin, / g House built of WUIMJ. with Hixuns connecting, F..I:Dte and county taxes for i|r<52.: I M D., fharles U. Lelan.l. William D. Lew. Tax '\ lf'liiOr and Collw1, p c4 ; .t

Bridge ft'", ': Doors &c., which renders it Free fn/mDampness. will sH. :lIllhl! riaht iIe: interest nod property in is. Joseph Stewart'. D., Edwin R. (;up", llalkft. J/ln. 1st. 1I453. ;- 0 <"J.'fIfif f

Doct.Jlh E.: feck. Oilier nil St. tjtorgc Street, Fireplace C, Blinds to windowsthrough Mid lot ai.f'Ihos. C Kockhni: and Robt FdwardK. Mitchell John S. Hart, AJ.. ., -'-

a few d oNorth. vf' the Court I1. "'. I opening ou Piuzzu promenade Two Towand, and of tlvo!c claiming under them and of James L. Clazhofn. Tax Collector' Sole.BY 71--1'A
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I 4 a DR.I'GUS'' : Protection Rainy all other persons whose names are unknown and w'io! virme of tire vested : 1t.'
Cold power i
r Hundred Feet. from in
pruggesl. ChaiiOIfrSirI. nv b*
I P C: Ch.JUiauJ ftlciuner. for the
t Year
Zylttif. may have any interest or claim on said lot and pre Every R.I.I, expofor sale before .
Wittd &c. forming a du"irable BETKEAT from tin- Cwt tUhse ""
f fur each of DOLLAR m
before receive, Subscription
i .. "" 1 I confinement ut all seasons of the year.- the mises.day of Unless rale.taxes' aud expenses are paid a print of Palatka, on the tint Monday ot J''lf.BexY fal. 't
LA' w.) t.RS. i Th Houst is situated lacing 8o.ith in central CANOVA Sheriffand ex-officio. 'lowing property| or so mech thereol *
R. B. IlUNTI GTON'uc'HRts1"ANA AND HER pay the state and county taxes and thearteaimJr '
L II E. B. f"I" C4ar at Law_office on Ar I position, and retired front other Dw lIjnlli. Tax Assessor and .:,.IIU'tur s. J. c. CHILDKEN"S pensea due thereon, to wit. } :': >t* '

/llerjr Lane. The House contains 45 Rooms with addition Oct. S3. IS52. : Eiigraeed JOSEPH ANDREWS oO
T4 if. /Ptoiutm. Aitorriey and Cbuncellor al Parlours, Dining, Setting Kooms.aiul conveniences 1 AND by THE COMPANION Bottom 150 acres 3d rale land granted to Wm. &nhirr ,,

otiice Pfcttjatasjivt't.7r general& Foi ACt-omwoJo/tV>n cannot '.l'ax: Co1kCtuThflIC J double taxed anJ advertised for nonpayment of Ujw
t I Huutington't '
A print MEEGY$ DRE4f)1
J furth. 1852 lying in
f fI < *t ci i:. '*irk.h. Attorney and COtlDac pat be surpassed. of the vested in by law I year township J3h 2e2* .J
: I virtue power rae Eagrated &y A. H. RITCHIE, New York bounded North and East by E Hadaafa trait

ti tiT fI I ,::4 \ L..w_i- the 4urfthuuj 1 The well earned Reputation this House By hall expose for sale before the <. ,.. ; lions Or the choice of any two of the fa lowing bt mh and Vest by the $River St. Johns.: .-c' -t" .

fi has from YeartuYeiir ucqtured.it will beth1ProprictrcM.Mrs. iu tit Augustine on tie firtt Monday of .V. >,' I.tt3 the Four Splendid Ihigraviugs.YIX Unless taxes and expenses are 'paid belorf j

i IL' PUJIa1'FICF.S. DAVis him to sustain, and following described property or aa much thereol as : sale. .- t tp

.1 P't" PJft. G. p. LlaitbUa/Hott' 1Ia ter, COUrt fur 'the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns' .- will pay the state and county tax ,due thereon for 1.-JOHX Ksox's IwitEBVtEvr WITH MA T Qtrstjf or R. T. BOYD.sheriff-ad, .

4 ..' plo'.An.' flA' "-) her thank the year 1852 and the n-'resrary expenses i incufcnt SCOTS Pointed lj Lcntx t ', ngreted ff Srt&i -TarAais. aoct.

<,.\ :" .. f'tJ fi. .tdl".iP;... i xZ'jrn.TiWe will be i supplied-, ujtli: chok .: thtrlvix, : undivided inlen-fi(oi C A K) atrci o1i&a&ljow 2.-RtT.ssi;8uu,l'ail"C' hll"' ". Jalaski! .raW'SUt.Cz. t. -

-I It I ,", ":'I;. Game: ; Oyerat'uktle.Fb, Ducks. Vcui: .Qa, or &lately tieIungirg u. th. "_Iak' of John r iv &rJ". 1" '

M .JurlJ'P1..UJ f. I. Tii r key snnd-'Shell FISH, which ot this tiuit-: ,1Ictaa., and I.wrcgagd.I' Iu William Lamed of the 3.-M LICT'S Dr.EoUllail4ttd Ly Hsithgta4Epgra. 1J9.&cullaiurs <- -

..('% ,.-AT4 Noda, ''Register, of fob!lie Rivers and ForesU tiliound. Tu. or .ty ', Sew York IM'ing.o much of H Gronlmadef'j ted by Ril ie. virtue of the vested _.
our power fair by
I. iud.-otbct. ia the ,Coui' Houe.TAa more ',Hunters, spurting exclusively 1m ''i.NHouse. '1..' 1''lIic'1a . utitll. Receiter. office in Court itiiiinjict tt it t the UtiKfd Stair*
; T $ .1- 8Jfl.mcIIHI| tiiiglon, Enraved4ndrew. *, ilalka, on the first Monday of July vu,sue
I II liui". ; lli'tria.. .at. l.t'1O thea < of '"*. lh''
to F&id Jfel.n !u> yiu. tim uii \tnt a copy the IT |\ described '
ttdft if JV i.l,. (( Ullm bl'\.1 Judge) office IInrl4lCarrin esl'onic8 Guns. FishingTacklue >ji "rt Johns'River, abov!' a place: called ('it- let ing property or so niocb thereof al"UJ.1-
Art the and
Philadelphia sUte taxes
J in Uie C:..ul'Uuu... I f a ,Boats for Excursion &c. ty, 2uut twelve tuilfb tiiTtTrcni end below John! U.'Ujntith. Reporter, county necessary ex- .li
A nmnihly! pimpMetcontaining! of the due. t J. .
I'eirII. Jgm,. Clerk Ciruh.Court, office iu 1 Very Respectfully, ( I..imlej) iSwuiii by ia-iiia! ol f J"hii Murai,l ltront : a report trans1etiuii' J ,
I PROPRIETRESS.Tf. { It tue Iiistnution, and t information/ ott the ,157 acres 3t.t l rate land, granted to C W '
t-f Creel l etirfe,
ibPCuurllI4de, thri'.Lc! i'.;H t lu !!.i-head Deep ;; .". t Bj"ll.a..,."*. bVilT..dru Collector.of-- .the 1.tai.lVrtbink: t oftaiJ Creek and bmf!. subject ot the Fine Arts, .ivuti taxed anti ad' I'lili4'ti t"u' n"lIa/'IU..fIU,,'< ,.

T fue in the Connof Hot1lW, I' .Br-Ttlflhe wIsh of tin Proprietress eJ t-n the \or; .'by SV..JUI of Tvcoy, and on the TilUOLGHOUr 'HIE WHOLE U'OHLI/ for the yea Ie.v2, bring in towiulnp 13 -raa e J*,' -.

ollcetfl ell.'."' Paid Arnao, .offiee Jt \ tutu lie Servants. attached: West hv the r.hr1 J,/hns.t IIU bounded North, Easi. Jinl Ue.t by p"1'>lic bad-..-*

T ,, 'harUiiit.? It'r.-e;lit his reidentnear, t''"e ttorr of A. to tire |Eoit.eftltould be civil, utttui "les tuxes auJ exj>enaed are yaiil before day. ofsalt The ArtUnion of.fhi'.ac'eipiiia a\\nrJs prizes in -outh by the River :t. Johns. k j

U. I.".II. *. -JI.r- -' tire. and obUlal& -. its own Cdru-catc-f AIIII whicli original Aimrican Unless taxes ;>:i J expensed are pad bef rt Jay If.I :
I '*' rctr of Cutltmt.. Jamei A, Mickler. R. B. C.OV.herin nr..i pit .ificlo works frt may be purcha-ril t in any part of the t'. sale a \. *"t *-. .

/. II. ,'Brvaioit. Judge U8.[ Court Northern MEYEH'5' UNIVERSUM Tux ; bavir utiJ ((5ullLClor! t. j. c. tjtatrs, at th"{ oj>non mud selection of the prlaOIi wh- n. T. BOYD.shorifTanJ ex-off '.. '

i pitttrirl i H!Florida oflicr in the Court :HOUM.I O.-t. 30. 1852. may obtain" a prize a! th<* Tax A-eor aud Collector f.$.. .' '
BY CHAULES A PANA.-This pe- i I Aiiiinal fI'lhnlioll i Palaika January 1st. 1853. -
K. FwlaakiCletk U.S.]! Court, office in EPITF.P ': ..
published from the first of July semiiiipnthly tIPb.e OH the J. ; i- Hft> <,
I( itflhrjastiitt'
I t Cuur 1 I IUfjmlf -
Hou *
flie ( | -l ..
lfllrd% ," ( ..ors,t : Zelmtillurt office in will coniain Views 01 the mUlluemarkablt" Tux Collector' Sale.B :r; Ji'y Ira eirrii 1 *
< M.< ';.urtlPu : cities, public editicesand natural I tcc-nra in evcryzoi.traqd Y'Yirtue the power vested in me by ln\v I THE.EXECUTiVJOJJillTTEE. !; ) (;F TllhAUT 1 1 virtue of the power vested in me by t.law) 1 .

: : USTICFfB; OF TIF!) : PEACE. on every continent' accoiiijiauird by Mtrr press shall expose 'lot sale be ore me Court Hnu2<- UNION. BY ', expose toe sale before die Court Il4i l.I :

Hilartf" llajei.-Oifice at his rrIdrnce on Bay and descriptions,which information.while conveying will xeek the to)c clothe:t accurate the door at St. Augustine ou the first Monday of May( When M> requesti-t.-Mrlect works ot' .>nwi-[tout chargeor Pilutka. on use tirst Monday of July n.xr.thl" f l. ;
trustworthy '
trt'el, : with somelhiugof the 1853 the following described property or as much coiutienbaiioii, 'Ironi their jug de cribei| property or so much theteof a. wiil I
details of facts and figures
Iteubep Piukhaip,-OlTIce .at:; his retideiice South pdry itaity of nature, and to en tble the reader, while he thereof as will pay the siaie and county taxes due Fit I-l' G;ai.LElliv-jiUJif&iNUr; STREET, pay the state and Cou.i'y tut'P un4 neteswur u. :

I uf( it. Fraotu Uurrafki. I T, observes the historical and political phenomena,to gain thereon for the year 18 2, and the ueceisary i-xpeu- "lr those |111'r.on. in the coumiy. who may live remote peuses due thereon, to wit. ;

'. q,.. L- I'.4iWp.utary rtl.ltc fl"ice on Bay some insight into the causes frcni which l iht-y spring.lixtensiv lies incident thereto, viz : John B. from Galleries,ur public exhibitions of the I06O acres 3d hnd.granfd to Francw'Riclv.ard. 4

t t &lrrel, a little North CITY of oI'FIet.is.,the Market, I: and costly preparations have been made to said(JUO land acres is of situated land assessed near the to head of North Campbell River Fine Arts. double taxed aiuf advertised lor nonpajuienl of !

t in it the fullest colletioti of views,not only from taxes for the year 1852 heint m lowr.hip 13 '
present 29 East. The note
I 1111.1111"gl: i being iu Towrvhip 5 South, Range Subscriptions of membership, $5, shld be nade,
but from all 2G bound-d North South and West
every section of the United State*, parts the "Campbell's Place" 300) by public fuJi. :
/ 1 1r L-wrtiict .A"t".l f .*f the continent. For above a year pas;, artists have :lands are known as is 3d as early as practicable so as to eniitlmembers of. East by the Ri/ent Ji.lm .
a .r of which is 2d rate oDd 3UU acres rate number. ofthe "R whic will
1 P.L4rasu" I AJ! erflipn.| been engaged in exploring the most romantic.regions acre early poner, before Unless tuxes aud expenses are paId? brforr day ot 4*
I 1. -, :.Vpdicig. J of thU /Canada and Central America for the "and. warded, upon the receipt of the money, to any part ale > .

A- B. C.".,,. f : r. f' special country benetjl of ibis work and ita readers and the State taxes due on said lands for 1852 $3.72. of the country. R. T. BOYD.Ib ritf ud ex.fT. 4

4 .\ Clerk of the Ctfg CounelL CharsVsJfaager; office engravers now occuied on above a hundred views County tax nrJpeI( cent on State taxes 81t6.Uiitrss the day The Honorary Secret.:vies will give receipts for Tax Assessor and Collector r... .-,
al ibe Council rOtl"1 : : taxes aud expenses are puidLefore subscriptionsor remittance may be made to
f fi North Ameican scenery alone, which in due, lime Palatka. January Isul653.Tux .
\ '.', the J ohn of sale. GEORGFW. DEWEY,
(- .V. Mud Cink -eJ tyftket, will: be laid before our subscrbr.n, in addition to other Sheriff and ex-officio. .
0 AnJrru. : R. B. CANOVA, Corresponding Secretary, Collectors
engravings| Euiopeau Asiatic, Afiican and Australian
\1 1 '. PQIIr'AIJ.DEN8. Tux.Assesso lAud Collector s.r.c.. \ 210 Chesmit Street Philadelphia. .
\ illustrated aniuiatde \ the
cities aqj landscapes, by virtue of rested hI
I Jo,. E. P.mt.i Oct. 30, leS2. BY power me by hw t V <
II' Ii.. C. ?Jf/f/r. plai/e Hiagei'
the writers.
and articles from popular shall
i interesting most for Mile before
expose Court HVUM:
I. .. V i .,*, :T.'\ lHL1'l'Y- UJU'l'YlJJH1J It 1T\
UC.rIUN'lm I Twelve numbers will compose a volume. Each volume Tax Collectors Sale. in Pilatka on the first Monday of July, ;next, Ui.->
I ,. I will contain four steel engraving, executed in a : $900.000. following described! much thereof ,
property or so
;"..p F. 1 I'. Ferreim and J A. Slrj.cha. virtue of *.h.power vested in me by Law "
nlv. of with about .f letter will the
1 high style art, twenty pages Br sale before the Court Ifouaciu THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE pay state aud rouuty taxes end nccrwaxy
tlUffClJ..Nr prrs*,'. I .halt ezpubeor .4OMPAIY expenses due Ihert'on.lu wit.

: Wo put the work at :Jhn l IlIw price pf 83 the the city uf it. Aujjtutlne: tlU the just, Mondjy i.tMojf OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL St., 2000 aeres3U t rate land gianted to Iotiip Bir- '

.V. R. Au rut. ., Dealer iq, riuid .Fancy Dry seniHiiinuiil volume, or 25 rents lur a tingle 1853 the following ribtJ"1nt'pa-l.tY or as '-I ET Accumulated Fund Nov.1st, 1849 $900- ard double taxed and"ndVertiard fur '

uvd"(ft raerwf George aad. I'icolata' .'ttreeu' Mar. number. All subscribers pitying for Vol. 1 Ian much iher-of tlif will pay Ihe incident 111:11" aDd thereon-cuuuty taxes To l QUO,securely invested in Bonds and Mortgages taxes for the year 1852, bring .wCljolA nonpayment a ______
the .
kel HquaiT ; "- itdvnncp, will bo en'illed to receive as a premium aid necessary expenw on real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks, south baliof 4000 acrejrafei' -,i _
I F Huruu/ume. & trowk-Comer of. ,8t._G ..rltJ the 'plate, enurpvtd on strcjze| of the (State and!"City of New ,York ;aad., Uaiud ': ..
; ...1. superb W'A" to'vn lot Vil'a|! the limit nf Si Augustine at_aplacs -"* -
fape' ] bfrubUa.trA"a .
.' .nil.u'1 J.h' imperial lolioJack in Office: aner the ccle- North directly Wes of a lot of the H tate$ Government. : :' 1 ,.- .
called City
B. Wbole.i" Retail dealer
.C }
"rr".11 rr. Ljtidseer b U.Meizeroih. This fund is rapidly Increasing by a widely exten. Lulcsm taxes aDd
hrnted ol eXpensesYrirpasale.
Urocerle'a picture engraved Tale Follis assessed lo J- G Filligant and ad- Deri1 ,
;, pi lint quality Family of al! kinds, Li- Suan tied and proper ua business. _
2 side Charlotte tfirvet AJorth verti ed fur ale for non payntrut of taxes fur 1852. -
R & Nq. East > The Company declared a dividend oi profits of fif T.
R. BOYD..anerifrand
,the "lIbUe aq&arrIt.( The pubh-her! will supply sprrinvn nuin Unless luxes and expeuseb are paid.before day of eiMff.THX tf
," ty.two cent on all existing policies on the 31st
hers Kraiuituusly to Agents. ntIi' Postn.t'eri, Assessor aud Collector r, t.
(r'ev.-fr 2pt. pealcr in 8tlpte and Fancy Dry uk. of January 1848. Palatka 1st
ii odt, West ride'of Charlotte _nirect a few doori nod will I make I h bern I arrinu'-nien.H; wnh thiiinlor It. B. C ArOh"ritTnnll ex-"itflrin. All the Profit are divided January I 1853. ,

I. Si.uti| ,,TrAnory Lane. ( circuiting THE UNIV ltSU11. lie will Tux As:c .ui anil Culluclur s. J. c. the. Imiircd. among Tax L'iMeclin* bate.. ..\

,j M. ,Wake**, Wholesale and Retail dealer also supply Clubs of two pewns at 8J> hnlt :i Oct. 16.1852. The premiums payable in cash annually,semannnally -. 'Ii

a.ttip) Coodsaud Groceries. Grocery store on the year. tat live |M.TSIIS; ut 1U; and ol a- larger or quarterly, interest being added on the, BY virtue of th power vested in m? by law f_

)" V Hrul ud floor of"tl, ,City Ifotel' -Dry Goods. Store I number al the amu rate*. 1,000 iiOoK AGiXTH WAITED, deferred rxpo.e for sale before the Court House ifl

I II j Charlotte street. J How.ard'l Building. HERMANN J. MEYER, TO' SELL PICTORIAL AND OTUER P:EFULWOUKS cash payments.The principle adopted by this Company-, I'llatfca, onthe firsV Monday of Jujy' next the (V> "

) I I Xfuiei S. tt .V. />* I4' .M.:' Dealers in Fancy No. 164 Williiiin tltrt'\I, New York.. FUR TilK YEAR )1853. cures to the parties for whose benefit the insurance I lowing thie described and property or so much thereof as Will,;-

., \. 'n, -tool. 'U. ,,.&._!.{,_vpposite..__.___.iii'..-: Planters/ Hotel ou East --.-... .- .... -. . $ i.ouoDpLIARSA YEAR 'are effected, the whole of the advantages without. pay penses .due stair thereon,connjy to wit.taxes and necessary ex>: '
jiiur UI IIrqIIv.IIvI. A 3IA( \ZINti Of 1'UttL i1UKI1LJPETERSON'S subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated t 1
Ffdfa Bmet. Oeaterin prof ericaPr ovisiona, ..c.fomer in every county of IbIS United premium notes. A piece of iand in the Town ofPaInikaknowg t. L!
'.f and streel : WANTED enterprising men, to engage designated the of ( !
Cuna at. Gfijrge ; active and Persons effect insuranc- their lives on map said Town as Block Ma. ''v
; .t F. J. q"ev. Watch maker nnOTeweler, on : MAGAZINE in the sale of some of ,the best Book illl the and the lives may others. A married woman own can in-I W, bounded East by 2d street, West by 3d strait, "j

George arrk rt. nearly opposite office of Ur. Peck. To men 1.1! good address possessing a South by maius'reet and North madiwn '
oy street
cwuitry. cure tbtlife of her husband the benefits of which up*
7Ao.. Y,iy.. Retailer of Boots, Shoe., Caps, .ttT The BtU and ChtaptstLAdies. l1againt..oJ small capital of from g25 to $100, such inducements secured by hi w for the exclusive use of herself children. are- poied to be owned by Vaudenburg Giles & Hoffman.*
A NEVV VQLUMti of thi* popular periodical will or '
I IIttand Dry Goods, cad ajde. Cnarlottee street, wilt be olfctt'd.11I6. lo enable them lo make fruui $3togSaiUy Unless laxrs and expenses arr paid before day of*
with the Januai: number for 1853. which ji
L ( Charlotte.trntlhd ,.nlur1uue. commence
> "" p profit. sa.e. f'
fi rp wiLl I b e rrady by the Istof Decfmbe1, aiiJ will be the Clergymen and all others dependent upon salaries I \'.
anrte' Andrea. Tailor, Charlotte street, P-:: The Book published by ns are all uceful. in are specially invited ro avaii themselves of R. T. BOYD,sheriff and e.off. "
mod pvlliihed. a resource -
near (he Fort. 'I juptrb ever their character extremely popular and command whereby their surviving familes be secured Tax Assessor and Collector,r. C. -.
John Uti Boot maker Charlotte street near The viilj'Original ITIagazinc. offered. Palitka
t tI #* Urge sales wherever they are rom the evils ofpt"Qury. January Isr. 1853. V.s .

t|} the Cut Uotel.Michael This is now the only Magazine that gives original For further particulars address (postaze paid), Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual --- !

| Nelligan-Cabinet Maker. < Charlotte articles uelu.i"ttyIrs.. Ann S. Stephens, the editor ROUBIIT SBARS.' FUB SHKR, Life Insurance,and Tax Collectors &!. .N1
illustrating .H 1. advantages,
.Irt't'I,be 1", Ten'oerance Hal!. aud ail the best American writers, ore regular 181 William S.reet .New York. forms ofappJi..ation.mDY be obtained at the otBc 01 B y virtue of the power vested in me 'by las?* I***of.

$ BrlJ..OliNro.. .3lack smith and Gun Smith, contributors. More thrilling etoiie*, tnlcs and novels February 5th, If53. i I the Company,35 Wall at., or of any of its agents': shall expose forsalebefon. the Court Uoiuf la**
; p fj! ear in. iSorth Gate of the City. have appeared in tins periodical in the lat t'n TRUSTEES, '-ilatka.uo the first Monday ot July aeztthell.i
: than in all tk' othert put together. TIi tone NLFI' lD TOUJ\C( O. in described
: years los B Collins, David C Colden, ; property or so much thereof II will pyr.tk
liu B'tlllliu Jilt,. f.i"Orl. end ltejrrdJftl.t", by is that ot the highest moral purity, so that every family PETER LOK1LLAKD MANUFACTURER, ,Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, the state and couuy tuxes and necessary expeuni t
I y. Bndier, C.y Hotel.
? 0 P ill,'ti..I.. Retailer of Liquars" Ketreahraents. where there for are daughters, and should have it. useful Receipts ]VT". 42 Chatham It., News York R II Mc ilrr'", Win Belts due thereou. to wit. :. t,. HT''.
&.C., C 'fo rlotte sifert, oujwitv Bridier's Bawling to the sex patterns, appear monthly. everything 'R: fur sale the Tollowing articles warranted C Ered W Winston, Joseph Blunt A piece of land in theTown of Palatka knows atv3 ,

'Aly. OfF quality:-\lacc by. Scotch Con re Faber Isaac G Pearson designated on a map or plat ofsaid town aa the Non k- $*
Colored Fa.ltioubere Only. John P Yelverion, Henry Wells half of Block' No. 23. bounded South
French liapn- and "the; nuffs,aluo Fine Cut Tobacco by the Sosibw.
STAGE OFFICE; No other M gajine now gives colored steel fashion ii I D-lult and papers; a more particular cripljon Theo Sedgwick, Win Moore, hair uf said Block Bait by 2d street, West by I i;

j Office,'af I \t Pit.lttt* MtilSlw. Bridier'l City plates, as this does Full letier-press descriptions uc- of )the various articles can be known by nmdingfura Stacy U: i.'ollins: Zebedee Cook, lreCt. North by main streeowned by the'heill Mti
JlILe1. ciimpany each monthly plate. ThU is, in .fact, the above John H ?wilt, Jonn Miller, J. Phillips. 9 "i
1 .'' t ex.book of fashion and indispensable to all who St price.\ .currt'111111J, January 15th. 1853.-Sinoa. John U'adaworth 1 David A Comstock, Unless taxes and expenses are ptd before day ..
CHURCHES. would know how to dress elegantly,yet economically S M Cornell, Robert SbuylerI sale. .
It tnallti lady to 6e her drtttmal.tr.litfftiificenC Gtmv M Wilkins James R. T. 'it <,
R'' *tiHtlc. Chase North aide- Mqnnmensquare. every own NOTICEIri ; Chambersn BOYD sheriffand ez-oC !Ii'; ?
John \ L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman Tax Assessor and Collector!
nezzotinis and r. c.'
!i oilier hereby given to all persons interested in the Estate Fred| Whittlesey Moses H Grinnell ,Palatka.January 1st, 1853. *d
Chtrch. siJe-Monument Errgra'liig.Themezzotints
: 4'ieeip4 Spath square. I heirs 'F.
or Peter, M.itclie-1, as creditors Lega- Charles Ely Wni J Bunker .
P"d rio Chitrch. On &L George street, and steel one of of -J .
engraving which lee or othetwUe, llut the un-lerMgueil.Exrcuior John C .Cruger Eugene Dutilh Tax Collector' Sa1'. 9*
tlslef4t4iit 9f.' 6q re. at least,appear in every number are Unrivalled fur said, Vvlfr MitcVl: ,:inttnda ali r the expirution of six Walter Joy Francis .
a Ep.-l Chqr4.' St. George street beauty. illustrations, as weUa. reading his S Lathrop. BY virtue ofshepowrred1nm.byhjw '
: matter, month* from the Uai' rtby.to present accounts Alfred
J :
*IUt!* UU4I.. indeed, this Magazine withont an equal. In fact ot Probate fur the 0 Thatcher/ expose for safe before the Court U
e I'& rind vouclu; rll to \\\K\ JuJge county ojat. ,
; JOSEPH B. COLLIN Palatka first
I this ii tll inly IUlilt, ted Mrgtxiig in'the President on the Monday o(Jaly.oexrlhei iia4
country J" .fur h allk.tU"IU Dt thereof and also to
-. .ct!OPt COURT, EASTERN: ,CIRCUIT I.: tehick act itttdily. incrtattd ia cir Ill liOll every apply !to l.said, a Judge I'robnte for his discharge from ISAAC AunT Secretary. '. ". ': injr'described: prop n7.or so m cii- mot as wiJf '

II 'I: : ,( iFF.LQRlIarxiifo ;/ ;" .1 : year, which proves bow superior it Is. the administration! of said Estar and aa Lxecutorthr : JOsEPH G. R., FAIKBAMKS BX.C.TT Counsellor. ,the atate and county taxes sad neeeatary expenses ,
th. \
TU*. TennC2ieapest ut A II. of. Agent' St. Augustine. Fla.q6th. ., ,

For eC"&IJJi, orO .ceaDd St. Lucie, at Metfoville. |. One copy for ana year, 9 dolUf ; for three copies 5 B. A. PUTNAM, 9911.acres os* half 2d and the other naif 3J t*'t1

ou the first Tuesday! in April, and on the : dollar ; lor rive copies 7 dollars and fifty cent ; Nov. 13, 1852. Razors Brn In'11 4cc., land double taxed granted to the Heirs of a't
tldrdTuesday.before} thefirstMonday, in Noverat'rr. for 10 dollars for sixteen Tndel1ble Pantom lad advertised for nonpayment oi taxes ltHft'
!. eight copies ; copies 20 dul. Ink with preparation,, Wade &
ia each and every fear. lars.. .Votice .u. Butcher Warranted Razors for .- year J852 being section 37 39 and 40 private surveys, .
I Fa tie' olPum mat.Pilyka,second Tuesday set ready use. Assorted in township 9 25 and 26 and bounded Nor*
uuty PRM1UMS FOa CLUBS.-To rrpaypeisons getting hereby given to all Creditors. Heirs Legatees Cutlery Scissors_ Accordeoos. shaving range ,
in April! ; tip .Clubs the following splendid Premiums will 43 and oil& era interested in the .Estate of JOSEPH brushes,boxes, straps, combs hair bnshes, steel soap key, by public lands and a grant Thomas Forbes*Heft*

Vortbe ounr- Mariqn.al Ocaja,.fourth. Monday 'be given :-Fr a club of three or tie, a pfrioium E SANt, 11 EZ, of St. Johns County deseased, thaton rings, tweezers, cork screws, patent (luas Ink stands, on the.South by public. lands, on the East, paw*:_

"!< .rpfl-. Altchua plate, 16 by 24 inches--a magnificent o'r. for a the expiration of six months from the date hereofwe & *orted steel pens,fish liaes, hooks cotton twine. ; land and grant of the\Heirs Thomas Forbes an Jw ",

,pr the\coajties 0 ,an4\Leryat. Newlivijk. club of eight, a copy of me Magazine fur I 1052 Fur will apply IJ the Court of Probate for the .Coumjol B.E. CAUR. the Wtby public lands. 1t; ;

..: ,.tint Monday,itI1,,' a club of sixteen, an extra copy foi If 33, and a pre. >t. Johns aforesaid tor a final settlement of our Feb. 26. 1853. Unless taxes and expenses are paid befort day f-**::]
'or? the Ccufityf Colupibia, at, Alligator on thepeu sale.
mium in addition.. !
plate accounts with said Estate, and a discharge aa execu- f W l BM M HI. VMM HVM iM B B MM -i'
B i
,, d M/NMUy of May. Addressed. post-paid toClIARLfSJ. ur3 Ihert'-'( JUST: Deceived by the Carolina,hams, corn oab M ,, R T BOYDsh!nffand ex-off; ,? !
For 0ie countol Nassau at Nassau c. Hon, the : lead T Assessor and Collector
PKTFRSON: .I'EDROIU..NFT: ) ,linseed oit.lurp-'nlinl".lIaiJ moiaws ax 4
Wednesday For the county,betore of the Duval fourth, a'Monday* uksonville in 13ay.! on the No 98 Chestnut Street PiuladHphia. JOSEPH l E PO f." R. \S Ezrcutora.. ryiup. honey, sugar, pork, bacon,!iamj,beef cheese,,: Palatka,January 1st, 1853. L ';; ;\

.t t.t. A .- :.. oct 1 iGth ;-52. crackers, bread flour, soapandes! starch indigo,,
urth Monday Alar 'TO Tax
P'I'E1. almonds olleetor'.lae.'III
i LAitttE melons currants,
For the Couu.y ol Su John's, at St. citron tea, cassia,,spices, ,
Augustine. 'ililTIO.V p-pper, tobacco- snuff, and leaf fYvirtne of the vested in me by lWI
aduy UI 4nne.rAU. Valuable Trqct of Laud far Sale.f garv. brooms, tubs,, power I
tl.e tt'C'h
pa wa hhiards .1 shall before the CourtPalatka H.
pails, barkeu fishJinea'mlls for sale ,
HE subscriber HCiuliwii'fr. the '- : boxes ,
ram.For in a.s Agent pi the keveral owners at rq 5t II mal) of iii; &c .
the counties Orange and St. Lucie, Tuesday JL offers for sale qme of the mos*valuable! unJ i friend* li i> '-. '('11 1 1e.(! to utidnk tli.> ?i.j. I B. E. CARR. on the first Monday of July next the fclb* }

S,. brfore the r)rstMonjJar of NoTepiber. In tast Florida to wit: t'u/n of a limited uuu
.. For Miewnnty of Putnam at Pflaika. the second SIX) acres valuable hammock' land, w v..t oineiington : ,-.- |>idte3 .optuingn >cli >ol oit \.Veifneday tlii' lir t R.\.MB, Ie U lES.1Jri..d. AppkgFnhgIrket the the state and county taxes and necessary expenses aW' 1

Tuesday tstore J thl first Monday of If orernber. ,known as the pibba Laud in .uauo" ','., day of December h:XI fit the knuM recently occnp>ea Beef; an J (Ham Di led Beef, Bncon, Pork (eon, to wit ;
For (he county oT] St. JR O'I. on !the first Monday 1100 aerts""near the Alachna Savanna, known an as. a law oiiict by W \ f or '3r.I.1 Etq, aiijumin"ie taireoe (rackera, choice a inity I tAr raham S Q4 acres 3d ratr land doable taxed granted wM .;

inNuiremb>rr the Garey Grant. I residi u<;e of JuJge E. B..G uhl. buckwheat nee, gelatine, corn,' crackers', Middle ton, being section 40prsvatnrsrywls1OV-, '

1 For the coantr .of Nsssa"tburda l before the 1400 acres in dajj Felasco Hammock re-t ; ew.narirrihle ,tIe wilj t-ach all tie: l hkr.ient.iry !branches of an wine, of&c.. starch, choke teas ship 8 range 27, and bounded oo ail.aidfs by P ibli 9 J

third ,\f onday of Ifo ero *r. ; known aa tile Law ton Lands. EJnglWi l! Kducatioa, viz.! -ap hmg. Heading, Writing- \ B. E. lands, ', h
Fo/theWnty of Dual, on:the thir4 Monday of Several thousand. acres good and in the Arre. and .Antmienc: Maich 12th, CAKR. Unjesa taxes and expenses are pzdsale. before day 'i"

No.ml"'r. dondo CJn t. He wnl a:-.) .ve in.1'lruc'iClIU in the theory of :3 ur- _, "'"

"."' For-the) county of Marion op tips first Monday in 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of SJ.{ Angustine v-yiujj, Nacigauou. "ad' :Mvii uraioa.TEaxsrca. : ': Milliard Table anti Tun Pin Ule)' R. T. BOYD. .1 f'riil"aacf '..oq; "J ...

: December. ,known as the Bulow Plantation having 800 Qt.A I.TWL, h.tot the Elementary branched' A T the Magnolia Retreat, open 'lhroughouL the Tax Aseetorrand CclketorfPalatka. ..w'
1 *.
For the ccuaties of Alartraa and Levy,. oa the see- acres' of open land suitable for cane and cotton $6 per quarter, haifQ:1mer: in advance( "Jay fadEvening.. 4 January 'I" It53. : .t I

.>ad Monday ia December.f ;. And several other bodies- of hammock. !land'on. Surveying Ac.$3 extra Nov 29 oo48tf S.MIRANDA.BubIic.ineetiujfA.1jPriTaJe' .:Th-4

+ of ihcco nty of Columbia. loa',the third?Monday Davigabtexraten.! Surveying sepaiately. quarter $6. 00 -3 -, : Iat1uz1ury. : -

: Mn4)eceBiber.. /: .t' M'1'! : : '. '.' The Udeg I are undoubted,. and terras low-..Apnliu .Uurff.tuition from, 9 .'.? -,'.* ,. f L. t Robins,Cutting

The U.S. District Court at .St. fAtjustinf, oaths' > CEO. R. FAIRBANKS, I fqAO'eock. ponrr" parposes, alleys-ia R.ECE1VEDb'tlfdc1Tt aIrjr..tf
M.udsya i1rirL: F.. .8 1852 "" Jilt: Au .' n"ri NIy.2O;I'\\o ... .. ..... ".. .. .,'.cPULD.; ; readiness at the Magnolit .Retreat., ,. _, .,. '
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