The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00133
 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: May 7, 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: UF00048575:00133

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; 1 ANQEIjTc.ITY: / There The Three Advices. ;f.cut and bleeding, coming in, for, they had been ', The following day as, John was standing near ,Coo|"' Iinpndeiice. .: "
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J.;.. ,:. EVERY: : 8ATU&DAYAJVI tea.in Ireland, a hkrdyear, Whenthe cropsfiiled < I 1 i.was to see them in that condition and what he with t the.
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"'" wile deert4, a' oar i from mail many oi'egt p pr pJo f>cot>te had quit.the &mntryT ,2ier f &&t the'poor' pedlars'were.:89 wearjUpd& .*-\. 'fa' b>;: e-' oht'ts.'afs. ".. ,. ,*M|; S e** It hfsirl6rid_..._.. .. B1-}l \I,. .. :fi'. denter, T".J n,; eat. Ee. .... g.,>>.1.'OOIM'I ., "

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rtl'l.rfllilto lr ; I itt or ,' trusting to'the I harI ii'ne.' .About the:middle of the night, he heard 1 for, ,if that is ,your cabin. you seem to be'ffcry; from.the eye of the Colonel, and as Ned'waii .
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'Jr trtftMaiftf a'dtntlf4r'lfttaf.' John tlw. |wo persons come into the stable; acd; on listening 1 poor', and"shall keep it as a reward for jour[ hon "Colonjel Jr.. ," it becatnfr necessary to witch the ;
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1. to their conversitfon discovered that, it esty. mafl arfiyals closely is his hum wahH '
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i' .. .t z l.. cldtp the e.'and willing'I tne "now "Then 'servant at the big house.never in adding: that feature'
t&ndiady.andainan your up distingubliing
laying a plan tomurderjiier ; .
bet l..tUoa :ft.q uind; wm arson'rc: d ..GQiJ.fMtti4. i I e"b d lie ate j and he'ft'al sOon .1 i -
enagt In the gave. it to your honor last night, after taking it to his name. '. 'i"
Tiusband. morning John
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)lotiel& tb $ to n tad Creditors 9 r "*: tf< .o;: $7 .00 : Irish servants he tghty ltnctuimd '[! :his" ourne {bat at the next town he came from Nance-she's my l'ife. your honor-and One day he rode round to the Post Office, as
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ift" .t till I.ikttrs of', .iSjniitB,' 5 00 eas a year ,but,; ,the was guin- to,. he w"s': told that the landlord the town be telling,,her it was all right!" : usual,. and found to his dismay that Joe, the"' ', .

k 87 All refigloin'5notices wl /nierted grsial paid until.the wages, money was not jto be had left had'"been murdered, and that two peel" "Oh, I must look into this business," said the, groom; had taken the letter: and left fqr homeAHe '
pnd of the year; and he p \
f 1HlN' -\. .' f \/ ?. '. '\ '" .. '' "''** the, entire twelve guineas in the was sj o if(orbit lars, whose clothes prere found all covered with fiq YOOf' 1 started at gallop, but. was unable to make up y I
lump he '
1: ." ; '0' AUW tforJobfrlntlj, tnnv be ,paid'onO misconducted :himself in within blood, hid bceo aken'up for the crime, and were say e, my poor man, gave" the time,. for Joe arrived ahead 4 lipping that 8

\. tltt +"ieitval"tror" of ; i.t t iJ'- twelve month John Carson any way, the going, >:be hanged,* John,' without mentioningwhat my purse to a servant-to what servant?" nothing very bad would come of it, he marched !* ,

1.. i AU felten :tiaq bnsloessaaaimiia1eatioaa. \ upbr b hia best behavior and twas to be, sure; he had overheard to any person, determined "I can't tell his name rightly," said John "be in to dinner cavalierly as possible One glance,. .
I., '-otiVf# *r ru|10,tf__*f_errr_..ttf'ntoi'-a. eta'_'_u._f .4_.i "every.particular'so well, fur the conducted whole time himself in ': to save the pedlars, if possible, and so returned ., cause I don't know it; but never trust Nance's at the Colonel's.face revealed'to him that he was i .1'n
\ ; there 'again if she can't him out to for it. ': .
.. I .to attend their trials.'r eyes point -your : .
.t P' was no faulting him laor '
early f
_, I'. a "k 'ii' fiCt.t\ 't r I.,' were Curly hiL. .;. i I. wages' : On going.into.the court, he saw the two men honor,* if so your honor is desirous of knowing. The sub'stantialbeing' disposed. of, as. .usnaJ'r ; ;

r: THE fpS0Wff WOULD.'" The tern of his. being" at the bar ;;sjid the young woman and the man VThen dp :-tou ',and Nance, as you call her, the lad mother left the..room, and IeIteed( and, II t j
agreement exbired
\.. 0' hedetermined come up to the hall this evening; and 111 inquireinto the their wine.- I' .
\., ., \, 'l.' returning home whose voice$9 had heard in the stable! swearing Colonel sipping. Leisurely .
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'- V lea alp of efen : J; notmthstijidin'g .. the matter, promise you." So saying, the pulling ,the Jetter from his pocket/the Colonel .
erc :. his master:, whp lisp great regardiof him .' :their hnnocxgt lives away. Bnt the Judge allowedttiin .t : \ ."
.AAc1 U I',. that worM.dertiojr',, s .: pr i s to give his evidence and he told squire rpdeofC passed it to Ned, and asked him-what he thought J Jofit. .
odium to remain ud asked him jAhe every par-i
s W1.ere IYrtil tfo Ollk'h qot t keen Jl,: reason to be.diss ,tisfled with his''treatment. lad any ticularo' ;what, had occurred.!. The man and the i ., John and his; wife went up accordingly in the 'Ned quietly perused ita contents being ,, J .

.No ir"Oath efuffhi its coiiod of joy.. t t ..evening, ax&The gave a small ran with the big' ah" account 'of his chum's doing, ,both lawful
confesssed their the ,
woman instantly ,
guilt '= "
t "Nefreason In mj life sir said John young, "' '
Tj ere>h : a 'loftier firlbars f I::. have been a good master an4, a kind t piaster j you to poor pedlars were at once acquitted ; and the knocker:atthe great door. The door was opened .,and unlawful, and ending by ,!urging.him to come ,

gn know,"r poets ing : r me the Lord oreVyour, ...' judge ordered a large reward,to be paid to.John by a grand, servant, who without hearing, what' to hint without delay.' Ned finished it in silence,o '
.'>>riPte bu apmneY'i birni li ies I left; wife M -with spare two you small ildren Kamily offAl! : CarsonisTrougla. his means the real murderers .the. poor people had to spaY,exclaimed' "Oh, go I Igo I and handing.'it.back to'his father. said:

And eoftertbsa ibeiiwe of rr' own Were I' -what business can you have here?" and "Well, sir, considering your age:and station? in
: brought justice
t' at home after me tin Ireland and honorwould f
i your '
\ shut the 'door. > .
_ There If a world with blwdi\g. best,*, t ,. never wish tp keep me from them entirely. John now proceeded towards home, fully convinced John's. -,me bunt ,3, *.&* <. life I think you keep very bad,company! and, ber '
outicrying. fore the Colonel could himself
: B i i she, ,,"sobbing. as i if her heart ly to reply he vanished from the
jiw mlghl the tea ae -angel gnat the + "'* apartmentDutchman. -
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Cm t 'Weth tTohn; .said gentleman, yoa have his master had given him. On, arriving at his would break "I' the w that would be- the* end of '
A picture of thl1t'wor1&l untold. earned twelve cabin he found his wife and children r .
'''. your guineas, dbdjroa have been, rejoicingover it.". '. ''., .. tThrdlting

S It It alt holy sad nernyr In every respect, so good a servant, that, if you a purse.full of gold which the eldest boy had 'But John had t'ot f":.: been" in merry England 1 I Incident.

The laqd u f glory ud rfpote '" r are agreeable, I intend giving you whatjs worth picked up; on the road that morning. Whilst he merely to get his'twelve'guineas packed,"iD two Ajboijespondent of the tSU Louis Republican: "

;. >'o darkness d'uoa the. radirut scene, the twelve guineas 'ten times oJ'u. in place cf was away, they had endured all the miseries cakes..1 .'' .;i. writing from Jefferson Barracks relates the following .

r.; ".' .', 1!. W.. .. 'llut shall Save our choice 'which the wretched families of those who go wonderful featof. ,a.soldier pn tho. 21st .
wages. :
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: .' ." I ,' .., "No, said firmly, I(right, aiid TH:: .Wtim': k-. ( >, ., .
; tlt \J'ice! : .what ioffer word ", "" ovcrfto seik work la England are exposed to. < "1
jo ;
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them: thcy bid 'wandered and determined not to go until he saw the young ing calm.the general had a party detailed to. take

Itf at r ka tan tbr evenio boots. the offer; and the..efore after slight con.sideratim. hrough the country, seeking food from door to squire : and, as it happencd.it was not long be it down. ,

told him that he agreed to take as his wages door of starving populationand when a single A soldier, Michael McAnally Colonel Bragg's
worlds fore he out. r
: BOO! that ever brightViihKurernduncetllittown came
whatever ha would advise it was bestowed showering down blessingsand battery accordingly mounted to the croftstrtes '
wheter i was tire jwlato ,
"I have been time John "
\ expecting you some ; and unshipped the topmast, from some cause it *
4 The ,trf n'tat ol uncreated. light ..' -t twelve guineas or"iot"Then "" thanks on the giver not in the set phrases of said he ; "come in, and bring your wife in ;i" and became unmanageable and glided through tiie

Flow round f om the eternal tSfrode.I listen attentively 'to my words,'* said the mendicant, 'but in a burst of eloquence too he made them go before him in the house. Immediately platform to the ground. 'The man at the masthead -.,.

the gcntt -rnan. ; f fervid not to gush direct from the heart Those kept his post composedly; and giving time '

There, form*\ lIt mortals may not see, First,, I would teach this-'NTevr' )to take only who have seen a family of such beggars an ,. he directed all the. servants to come ly warning to the party below, "to stand from .
you t up 'stairs; anq such an army of them as there under." Nine out of the ten men with
Too glorious for the' ? to trace, spars
ej a hye-read when you(have thol Rivrjiv.f? I describes can fancy the joy with which the poor feet ,
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fifty long
And clad la >rlei-s majt 'iy, +was I was/real sight to see them. shooting rasping like an arrow ;
pr "Secondly-'Take: heed not to'lodge in the woman welcomed her husband back and told of said the through their hands, with an insecure footing'at
"Which ow" without
uualiered squire -
MuYi forward with young ,
kj gface..i him of the full.of a'dizzy height, would have 'left the and'
_ \ house where an old man is married to va young purse gold. further yard .
.. making words, "which of you all did tumbled from the platform. .
In rain the philosophic rye woman.' I 'And where did Mick-my boy-find it?" inquired this honest woman give I"-but
"'llt'tk to ri w ihetfull abode, 1 my purse While,the party I below, were removing the topmast :
ft And thirdly-'Remember that honesty is theb John Carson. there leas no answer. "Well, I suppose she to the .
consternation of the
.' JD pod 1U& die curtained .kjr- I -st policy.' .. 'It was' the young squire, for certain, who must be mistaken, unless she can tell her standers, the mainmast with the soldier still by

tit U the Owe 1 ,Jling place of Cod. These 'are the Three Advices I would pay dropped ith, said his wife; "for he rode down the self. posted of the masthead, now swayedpyef, broke

i y J. Wars la 1 be:, +Bright+* Stream. t .'you with rand they are in value far beyond any road this morning, and 1I'leaping his horse in John's wife at once pointed her finger towardsthe short crash off at its the base and plunged with a tremend.

4'e Well do we remember when hi childhood, we I gold; however, here is a guinea for your traveling : the very gap. where Mickey picked it up-but head footman- ous to ground.

utet forth to play by the green hills, or along I charges, and two cakes, one of which you sure, John, he has money enough besides, and "There. he is,"said she, 9fa1 the world were change The sofldicr his position in the as the meantime mast went was over seen, and,to

t t Mz.m whose laughing waters, murmuring must give to your wife, and the other you must never the half-penny have I to buy my ehilder a to the fore-clargymen-magistrate-judge-jury circling high through the air with frightful velocity \

"""' fjoa among the green trees stole at length not eat yourself until you have done so, and I bit to eat this blessed night" and all-there he is, and I'm ready to take ; he with perfect possession adjusted bun-

..,... the beautiful vale below. Oft have we, charge you to be careful of them." "Sever toind that,"said John: "do as I bid you, my bible-oath to him ; there he is who told me it self to clear, the framework of the cross trees,andas

*& TOWS frauds, upon the soft( green banks org It was not without some reluctance on the part and take Up the purse at, once to the big house, was all right when he took the purse and slam! a well the mast measured neared leap the, alighted ground with he evidently safety amidst with .

brook,* with a group of blithesome of John Carson, that he was brought to accept and ask for the young squire. have. two cakes med the door in my face, without as much as his comrades. All were startled into amazement,"

ea ..,etens, bent over the crystal waters 4 and mere words for wages" or could be persuaded that which brought every step of the way 'with me thank ye for it" as much by the intrepidity displayed as by the

?,- lead at tar in the stream." What were ,I they were more! precious than golden guineas.His .- from England, and they will do for the children's The conscious footman turned pale. immenent, peril it averted. '

libss. stars,' do you inquire They were the faith in his ;master was, however, so strong, supper. I ought surely to remember, as good "What is this I hear!" sad his ,master. "If The mainmast was forty-eight feet high ;; the r

frea bri flowers that nestled the that he at length became satisfied. right I have, what my master told me for my this woman gave you my purse William, why soldier landed at fifty from. its base. 1

lt.. ate hanging.over, the. banks, looked into John set out for Ireland the next morning early twelve months' wages, seeing I never, as yet, did you not give it to me?" "' A Humorous Affalr. '

tiftfett s of he brook. These ware the stars ; but be had not proceeded far before he over- found what he said to be wrong." The servant stammered out a denial ;but his The following good description of the efforts of .... ,

we leved to 'pM upon, when all,.those in, the took two pedlars who were traveling the same CAn$::what did he say ?" inquired his;wife master insisted on his being searched, and the Mr. Bodisco, (the Russian Minister,) to get his
Jr He entered into conversation with them, ''That servant into the lobby cf the Senate, is from the '
It bad retired.fcMftt : way. ., honesty is the .policy, answered purse was found in his pocket S ..
selfsame brook a shining and found a pair of fellows who ""' Washington Correspondence of the Southern Re
t the many them merry John; "John, said the gentleman, turning round corder. The doorkeeper admitted Mr. Bodisco

Ifc' l.' ahoneong the shore' like" bright proved excellent company on the road. Now: it ''"Tis. very well, and 'tis mighty easy for them "you shall be no loser by this affair. Here are but refused his servant-whereupon the old Rus,
.." to ibex, t ?And'. he re" 'o1\en.. .,I, r 0:+ sikinfaevd happened, towards the end of their day's journey, to'say so that have never been sore tempted, by ten guineas for yougo home now, but I will sign got exceedingly wrathy, and demanded his

.* boy.widulefp bluf..eft 1, when they were all tired with walking, that they distress add famine, to say otherwise; but your not forget your wife's honesty. i i admission > >,t' t
dIM bur hb sawliglu's.wavy bfam [ to wood through which they was a path "I am de Russian Minister," said he, "and dia
came a bidding Is enough for me, John. Within a month, John Carson was settled in a is he come '
,!.di. 1Ikt. t_. aptf tit' for hour*.tBJfeet fA' ,,'' :. that shortened, the distance to the ,town: they were; Straightway she went to the big house, and inquired nice, new-slated house; which the squire had furnished my**He servant can't come; mus inn said the in.doorkeeper. ".. .
l' 1iel."W"h f'
lie tr going towrirrds,,two. miles. .. The pedlars advised denied "He mtut be shall fau)' "- ', .. -
:.&L.ta-iatt; It for the young squire; but she was and made ready for him. What with his come ... : .. a ., ._ember. John to go with them through the wood;.but he refused th& fibcrty to 'speai to. jiim. the,reward hergot from the judge, and the M'mum't, and be aban't'come toe ;.d.i-f : ,
.. fc brcoklct and wages "Well," then, I shall'see-Iv shall inform 1&. -M;\, ,; ...
'I. ,, to leave the highway telling them 'at the: ffA-. ,
"You must fell me your business, honest woman -I ten guineas for returning ,the purse, be was wel Fillmore :< <-'
..J "II..'S' it was wflh'a aura b,l4L.J. same time, he would meet thctn at a certain house ," said a servant with a head all powderedand to do in the' world, and was soon able to stock a "I don't care for that .. inform,and be d-d .,.
ilea..... toU&b1'bright jcars'haTo gone1fJ'ri : in the town where the travelers put up. John frizzled like a cauliflower, and who had on a small farm, where, he lived respected all.his days. Mr. Fillmore, nor Mr Pierce, 'nor Mr. Anybody '

... tars fihuw as pure and lovely as was willing to try the worth of the' advice which .coat covered with gold and silver lace and buttons, On his deathbed' he gave his children the very. else, can pass your man' in here without\} oryer -

tMft'J.: the flowers bloom, and the his master had given him and he arrived in safety him ;from the committee. ," replied the doorkeeper,
; ""' [' and every thing in the world. Three Advices which his master had given i

_;' like f9 mah''tUr' ?:w ;the green; and took pp his quarters at the aPPointsx1Place. "IfFou knew but all," said she, "I am an hon on parting- indignantly., By this time, Bodisco had become outrageously '

..t'efearth' I ,J.. While he was*ating his supper, an oldman when could follow furious. He'stormed and raved and '
est aroma; ; for I've brought a purse full of gold Never to take a bye-road, they ; stamped
rt Airf;iay dear youthful TCidera, there are oth- came bobbling Dw'the kitchen, and gave to"'the young master that my little boy picked the highway. and acted like a. madman. The crowd began to ,

l rs. thai are ;more lovely aad, shine the about different matters there 'and then \ hoot, and jeer and laugh, some crying, "Go it,
orders up.by the roadside; for surely it is his, as nobody Never to lodge.in the house where an old man "
; Russia- it to him boss and others ;
1IIIIPI..Jpat'rouD4'Tb! :: stars, perhapsyou John would have taken no ;give saying,
went out again. par else.could have so much money.tthLet was married to a young woman. "Put in \\\merica-give' him fits ln and then all I

It'love tp kaow, and loam ;t eir"IWJ1cs.19 .- ticular notice of this ; but, immediately after. a me ace,!t,'; said the servant "Ay, it's aU And above all, to remember that honesty4s the hurrahed, cheertd for 4iour side." A boy bang.

nede'pd &hiDo purely ADd. serenely young woman, young enough to be the old ma '.8daughter. right-I'll take care of it you need not troubleyourself best policy. ing by one hand to a brace of the staging cried

rtght fountain of the heart. Here they in and, orders: exactly the "' 4. I out, "He's got a worm in him.-dee: how be ./
cam gave about the matter and
any more so saying "
/ I in the most love- !
sometimes profusion; TOILET ron GESTLEME.V.-For preserving the squirms
contrary of what the oldman; bad given, calling he slapped the door in her face. .
What shall I
I' toe most redoua. Arid po' bright and ; complexion-temperance. do wid my coat I" asked Bodis
him at the same time, a great many hard names, When she returned, her husband producedthe .co, holding up his overcoat f 1
their raIl' that iiillc&u/ the the
w such fool and old dotard and so' To preserve **Your coat is in the "
as old .on. two cakes which his master gave him' on tobacco., not programme, repliedthe
w sUat with gladness, and the eyes to : "and leave it outside.: .
who the / doorkeeper
When she'was gone John inquired and breaking to divide between hischildren you may
parting one
wi* joy. Wa will here.iuumes a few of ; .. For whitening the hand-honesty. Thus the war went on for some time, until the '

r' of' the heArt; tuch aaa'grattiude, love, old man was. how was he astonished at finding six To remove stains-repentance.: 'Minister went to the committee, and got a written
He is the landlord," said the servant; "and golderi-guineas in'it; and when he took,the other sharing -ready money. order to admit his servant The wboJer ene wu** '
hope,, obedience, patience affection. him ; og's lifelie has led since he and Easy sjpap ludicrous and afforded no little a-
t exceedingly
Heaven help a : broke'i it, he found as many more. He then improving the sight-observation. ,
t' **4 sincere are the stars to which For '
pietti'hese muscmct to the crowd of men and boys that had
SSt IMftatfy, ,we callypur f .attentioa, and which we married his last,wife. ,; ""I 1 rememibcre4the', words of his generous master, A beautiful ring-the family circle. assembled about the door. .

cultivate. What said John with surprisethat who desired him to give one of the'cakes to his ,t
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.a '- ... tt\-ptbrcfdl,and urr ht.:1. .f'.... uofc remain: in'this'house, to:sight'"lad? entai1h tired as wrl;?;|;,and t _this'wasthe> ; ;way t his, master took.to keep away moths-good so etf: '*Well fYcs then my boy father" was wash the't Miss reply Alexander pf'"Mr a Oate teto*.=*-'

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"_ of'Cblna. Copper ITJiuc of East, anettee. %. The 101\gaud at him and answertd.he did,' and i i! The entire b1!ding is ready'to be roofed excepting toss of the Steamer Independence.The 3

The denseness of the population has long since Our readers generally, may not be aware, of the called him father while the old meat'again wept I the dome; toe lazing of the first story r steamer Sfargfthe Wet, which arrived

entirely driven oat all wad quadrupeds; and thereare Important fact, that.T valuable Copper Mines as if his.Jieart would break. 'They then had along I is nearly finished, and that of the second, has in New York on the 26th, brings a complete list

I: t also few domestic ones, such as are found b have been discovered In East Tennessee; and private conversation,and after some persuasion : been commenced; the roof of one section has i j oC the names of persons lost by the destrction of

Kuropean countries. Beasts of Jrarden are in a that tbesemines afford the mineral great abuts the poor unfortunate man agreed to return : been put on, and the floor of the second story i thesteamer Independence, an account of whichwe

1 1 great degree superseded by the means of .transJ dance. The ore Has beeen taken to market and home with his father. We came,to town In company has been laid as far as the roofing extends. The ) have already published. Among the names

)port afforded by the numerous rivers and canals sold at a high and enriching price. It is said also with the father and son ,and the young' dome which is 100 feet in diameter, wfll be supported given, we notice those,of Mr.Ayers and child, and

I'oJ and by the coolies1'and' porters a class of nth ,, that the ore contained silver in sufficient i man ga'a very interesting history of his life by 2t iron columns. Immediately over M r. David Nichols, of thisState Nearly tort

I letic men, who take the place of animals in parry-- quantities to pay all the expenses of preparing "i and the cause which induced him to withdraw these is Fisted an iron trussing, made to sustain ; hundred or the surviving passengers had arrived

t(' bg burdens and in dragging boats. Animals are the copper'for market. The farther the miners j from' the world and seek .the seclusion of the a massive cast iron bed-plate on which rest the in -Saa.Francistaa:, The most heart rending accounts

4 i excluded to leave more/ood for men. There: are hare proceeedtd the more extensive do the woods. He said that those he worked for would 82 ribs of the dome. The trussing and bed-pta I are given ott e sufferings endurcdjon the

j no meadows for f<-didg cattle; but the entire soil mines appear. Besides this, thefcferc indications not pay him and the world generally had treated are'now being adjusted, and but a few days, perhaps I unfortunate vessel. V ,,

it aged iii raining fuod for the inhabitants. Wildcats of valuable mines, presenting themselves at various him badly,And being naturally melancholly and a week, will be 'required to put the domein The Star'n.f the Wet brings over five hundred

4 are adtartime* caught' and are considered s other points in East Tennessee retiring had concluded to shut himself out from place, after these are arranged. This donr, passengers, broughfcdowivby the J teamer Sierra

1 ; great dainty* Monkeys are found in the southern This is a matter interesting to a large section the world. He regretted his conduct and said he the main floor will be speedily laid down, the }'{ She nailed from San Juan on the eve= .

i.. frovjnres. What few horses and wes are of the country, but especially to those living on would have come in long before he was 'caught, arrangement of goods commence, and the aspect rim! oC the 1 i th.

:I I ; (found in China art small, and jery inferior in the route, or"rather those who own nail and but was ashamed of the tattered garments he was J of things be materially changed. The side of The steamer P-impero ailed? from San Juan on. r' ,

j .. every respect The b.uffalo b sometimes used I II in Plank road on tlie: route on which this valuable clad in. He says his mind was.. never impaired,. the dome will display 32 escutcheons; in rolortdgWI ,the same day for New Orleans, with Iwo hundred

;I plowing. Dromedaries are Used'between Peking ore must necessarily pass to our Atlantic ports. but be always shunned society and had an involuntary representing the United States coat of arms, passengers. t

f And Tartary. There :ire also hogs, gbats and And if we are not much mistaken, the; Spart.tri- shrinking the approach of man, and this and those of other nations. f The u. S strop! enc, and the British steamers .

1 4utp.. There is but 0J1,.variety of dogin the b mrg and Union Railroad, with its contemplated' feeling Jiad, ,grown on him during hb wild ad- The1.floor-timbers and roof boards are the on- ,(rryfr and J/Iw/ara.v were at, San Joan,the latter \

'f' .". country, an animal bout one foot high and two branches of Plank Roads penetrating diifcrait i ventures b the woods. In company with hb father ly partS that.will be of wood, and to render loss shortly to sail for Chagres. *

long, resemblinp-tJMualT'zpamcL Balis are 'very portions of the mountain country of North Caro- I j I he left for home yesterday morning, and we trust from fire impossible, there are sixteen hydrants The intelligence from San Juan i is pfacefol'ihS -

I abundant' and! fun fs !the common-people with lina and ultimately) reaching near that part of h e will soon see his aged mother and other; relations on the 'lower floor and the same number above. of f a satisfactory character. The utmost cordiality !

i '. meat They are verjrar. t, and destructive toCrOpS.r Tennessee in which 'this metal is found in great who are now anxiously looking for his arrival The quantity of iron used in the construction ol f of feeling existed between the officers of the
I. r i -. :J; quantities[ it may very reasonably be supposed ? ? .. the whole buiding\t'm! be nearly 1,400 tons. The American and British wet vessel yA .
J. the&mZrb China, there eagle, the will become one of the channels on which ,this cast iron girder, orbe&ms: pporting the floor The people of San Juan'had held an election -

f falcoH, the! roigpie. ,crow' sparrows,cormorants trade is conducted,"and for that the stockholders timbers, have each been' tested for the supportof for City officers on the 15th, when the present

.,, tw .. Ttce-oirds curiewi quaf sad ls. I4tks pheafilnCs, pigeons, tie will reap portion of the profits of conveyance to THE ANCIENT, CITY.AUBUSTINEj 15 tons, but are capable of supporting 33 tonswithoutbreakbg. incumbent was re-elected flayer, without opposition. .
\lat* bird f'
pwiesfaquatic *& '
Charleston. -
n The greatest-lrei ht that abe a ,
/ v' r''f '' a Corn ilbt ate used Or the Chines,f catching' The Cake superior mjnes.f aro,28 decrees ornore ,put on V any one of them is seven,tons. The The.Independence was built for the Sacramento -
'TllI \
4 tlsh. foq j l"iDlIC9ap It"and thfoi e. than thirteen. biindrwl ites'west. oC t tjtr.iOl } floor-boards are put together with small crevices, trade, of five hundred tons burthViv. and vatue .

maE d 1.fq 1 food' t'. ...M.T nt, t1i 1 Ji1nst hi' to facilitate/weeping there will be four spadoxisentrances
t' Cbin"> a .,hue'f. a the .. .mahK.-I'r ; .e o. 'iI.i.t- n1II r S 1i" to thetdildinp; each having tRO flight for $45,000, distributed among several. :compaH -,.
r II 61 MYinN ; and < se's W h' miles f 13U. ,'of iron stairs leading to the gallerie The staradysia'tbeir mes.-JU" .:.. J "
"T'fii n hr.h .- .. ,. .
\ plac ..Th gafeaes ware .
Iwi glt ins" nt. ; 7 r oni* / -mwwt M 4 i g j yiry $; ;\ ;"JLi.uBrA .
: :f.\ more 4tov>;three hundred imiles west of Charles* M."eet wide, captain 63,000 square or '. > ,
I / ; mon j the ft a vcaicn vare tho cod wurgeon,mullet + contains a portion1 th e trial ;o ,
ton if much.'Now
wo I ifthe.Blae Ride'RaiIroad.ever ) : about one acre n a$half: and tWgq in iI
t, carp, perch sea-brcAaiiAc.i crib-fUh and. -oysters bo constructed, the ore f.om tome 01those ) .. .' 111,J00) square fee /'or lbut'twoa rea .inda (better fnown as tl oa otrAtrtpp 'fo? toomurder :
are nomoiju oi the towt'The by h ,
S mines will be transported to Charleston its half making a total area of 173,000 squarefeet OfBen1anl'et" Tne-
larger species arc jn V pled '
said at a cost no exceeding eight dollars four ,
or nearly acres.
::% I China. Frogs, l rmnti ft5'esh water tortoises per telSTASOS TO All WHO OPPOSE TfO3L toot J /to the Intdictnen t Frlncu Whiting
',: ton. ,By looking over the map, it will be ice it t + The extreme length of the structure, or oleach ( : '
j ate common, Yc.porpiouaseqxlt.s are very rare. that the Spartanburg and Union.Railrqad-r-with or the arched naves forming theu transverse testified that:he saw the prisoner fin threebob
The";.e'.of China. TheJilkworm x>ne at the deceased'which .
Ip UtneroUL cansed his death and
contemplated extension or by Piankroads, ST. sections of the cross, b 865 feet; iLl i eight front *
s i2S+the most'important, affording employment tvill be I *W'O at Abram Morton. The pistol was a revolver ,
the most direct the striightest and the SXTURDAY'MAY the ground to thecrown of the arch is Q7 for
1 and riches to thousands or the inhabitants shortest from' ; 7th, 'less, ; nd two charges wjre 1 Ifijft in it ]lreahey'stated
location of these mines to Chare to the crown, of the' dome 118 feet andffff
r The Chinese excel all.other nations in rearing th leston. : to the witness a murder was just and that
wlk-wornj! The nofthem and western provinces -The.Spctrton.. .. lUaU> ]DcraiigeiaenM.ragli ...'f' the crojvn of the lantern surmounting the dome the Lord told him to do it Maple T lived about
149 feet Ventilation is
amply for i in
tare terribly afflicted by the plague 1 of swarms of Hints on Dannen.If.. We have had two successive mail failures from On each, floor there ; forty-five minutes after the shot. The testimony,
1 to ii 1i Thefr'voracity' is such:that it is-not uncommon Savannah last week The first time the*mail boat every part are 872 cast as it is published, is conclusive as lochs fact that
Never enter house with iron ventilators to admit excludeair
a shoes loaded arranged or ,
for them
to occasion much destruction Jlaniey was shot by Xeahey for alleged
89 adultery
1 with mud. came without any mail for this place, that trifling as maybe desired, besides ventilators near the latter. *
as to reduce thousands of the people to.star with the wife of the *
It ration Scorpions and centipedes are abundant, Always remove your hat from your duo n matter of convenience to our citizens having been roof on every side. ,! Daily 1V onsin
glass used is made to if
j Spiders are numerous ; one species i b very large, entering a parlor. r put out at some way station with other truing appear as ground. Leahey has on previous occasions made similar

i i. and devours'smalr birds after 'catching them in ,Never rudely stare people b the face. But if r articles. The last time another 1tt'kenshaft; kept covered by a peculiar with process vitreous, t) subdue the light It b charges against his wife, and has withdrawn
+ which is
a enameling
e I their webs constructed on the bra.nchelof trees. are with look the applied them as groundless. ,
you any one, person both mails back. The Savannah boats break their in the form off a paste and made to adhe t
i. It is peculiar to China. Butterflies' of\\ gigantic t in th(face with a cheerful, dignified and respectful hafts or something else about once a uart.- to the glass when b a fused state. This zoThe. North P.acl.Snrveylnff Ex* ,
adze and brilliant colors! in the
abound neighborhood assurance.To The Charleston boats have never yet broken their the use of a cloth covering such as was used on tJOJle'", ... .
of There III kind
the white Canton.bee a the oft beer called stare idly or widely at strangers or at any i shaft,or any portion of their machinery. Thismay the ender palace. We learn I that the squadron designed for this ..
-wax whole nation
furnishing one, is exceedingly impolite, a mark ill-breed The construction of the New-York Palace expedition, which has bee for some time pastfittin" .
with which it be all luck and it be careful reflects
on I more mana -
wax denpsitcs a particular kind. may '
ing honor on Mr. Detmold who devised and out at the New: ,York.navy yard*wfll soon-
tree furnished by the natives with nests'to attract The Welaka is she i b
'mcuicrrt. an exception sail its if (
the insect, Fireflies I i III What more unlovely and disgusting in Sn- I executed the plans on which it is built In pointof upon appointed service, being expectedto
ants are also numerous-and are troublesome.common. White_ The duct than to see a mere stripping youth assuming generally) very regular and is well neW and well symmetry, it is considcred surpassing its proceed' to Norfolk duringjthe;next weeld-r

Chinese eat kinq of insects an air of importance and disrespect towards i. patronized. $ London progenitor. As the various and almost The squadron Is.under the*command of Commander
I' many as locusts, i. hb fellows. f 4.Internallmprovcmcutlfo. 'innumerble: parts were made in a half dozen C Ruiggold,and is not, as has been suppoSed .
grasshoppers, groundgrubs and *
.aWkworms-Dc'j. : 1. different in any' degree attached.to f
1 Bolli.1 run In going about the house, step lightly and Stages employing eight different foundries expedition
( t quickly; and never walk with a heavy:dragling 'The press of the*State in the dearth of'all political .it is no easy matter to insure accuracy i in under the command of Comnjodore Per

r TUG Man that thpJVnle Kicked step. ) excitement hu.taken up the subject of Internal their construction, so that all shall exactly! fil ry. It originated under a special act o{ the last

Many are the anecdote and stories which our Never with shoes Improvements. The Floridian and ,Sentinel which 'iher were designed. Not Congress, which appropriated one hundred and
untied down
gd or at thwithstanding
volunteer* tell, the scene of which had been the the your this difficulty; comparatively tittleetention ) twenty five thousand dollars "for,the f 1tiirn I
heel at between the Brunswick and
are loggerheads
+ Rio Grande and many'yet remain;to be told..- d has been experience! from thus} source. purchase cf suitable vessels, and KX i>' ettur
The following good one was recently) related to us Never slam doors or window shutters whenopehbg Savannah routes for a R. R. connection with the The P.: w and i ipiereial r tnI

by'our friend cwaU Taylor: or shutting em.r* seaboard. The Grand Central.trunk. Rail) way s A gnat quantity of food designed for exhibi I i I p'urpo.*?, of such pats of Behrinsj's

1 On a.certain!tarlrM night In the latter part of Always be.cautions.and gentle in allyour far as East Florida is concerned seems to .have tin, have already arrived Coriisb"uulandsir c !{straits, of the N( rth_Pank rem, and the China .

,.. July, two volunteers-Jiving editions of Damon movements.all polite genteel girls arc. been dropped in that'quarter. ,t stored In the U. S. bord :tW-arehouses. Over\!j l peas as ar-frequented by Amwrican whaleship*

and 1'ptbiarf KO sincere were their friendships,*so Never W clownish. Some rude boys seem to InV cst Florida a connection between k Mont-, 4,000 anpHrattqns front uhihifl.tn.a"e' } b\en re."j i and 14 ti4 ffiJig jessed in their routes betireca' .' .

I mutually strong were their friendships werecitting pride themselves b low vulgar tricks and antic-, I c.ived from this couutry a'ane, v &iic; tiio: ,c fljim.F.tl.ro the U nittolSt.t. nd Chica."t Instead of porc',as-
on some lumber b the neighborhood i of gestures,/oolbh jesting, and tint phrases Jbr? gomery Ala., and Panacoa! i is thefnvorite scheme ; e a mberHnt 'S.OOO, rA'which 700 are Ing the vessels t ; the;late adniinistratTon, as- Wit

i SewalPs (the sutler's) tent. Theyhad, given the purpose of exciting laughter. Foolish perlOtia1nay ,and the .city! of Pensacola has subscribed jf.Vo rJ'/JU.Engm: 800 from GlntlhnY"ar.J 500 from .. learn from the annn. r/cp-Hof Secretary Kennedv ,

I pretty strong proofs during the day of then laugh at i it out persons of good common I hundred thousand dollars to the stock. I IIn France. We I learn that so restricted are the prc-ferredto' tmploy "such JJ.\nlr-sou.'C'*

abhorrence of the water ofthe Rid Grand,In.i Its sense look upon jt, Ri disgust t-.." rjll. r-l-w nswiis.. hive been hl 1inJJ11 limits available for exhibitors: cuinpared with the, as the dl' art 1i'ut c-ouui.coramarid, ratlicf Shari

primitive state, by;mixing itwith; a liberal'conviponent ftever getlnto the habitofchewigbrsmo'ina ro Hcrnando and Marion Coon&cs demand, that it has been determined to construct confine it to'such limited rupprAsa \QuIa 'fia.\' vr, ,
part utSewall'. brandy, which, a ait. Burnc tobacCa urcfnz other buildings without the PuUce:as a' mea* resulted from' eitliei"bnsitlorr FQ1'C fnt '"
Some ,think that
bo'1l such ticoriJ1"maD"thentih a connection betR eca Tam aud the Ati&tt I. t m
V 'kayiktnadethem" I* o f relief! < witbRhich drr8tl ,lIdnd',p .tE. -:
nnce happy1 it 'i tiil .. & *-5\rZi &*! tt& < .?<*tlZf. Th1.boil to
I They -Rat them for'a considerable time and foolish and mistaken Idea; It)4 makes ;I rs of& ,11. ,m'.._. ._. '' .... iMi ".. .
I talked of "old times" and new times-of'times them instead read ar" opcn.a.t.sev r U Pft ts 'lea gl 'JU i'v f soi cr :

j. j I rpast t, present and to -com? -of the indomitable men.' We'f ar tint in all this there is very little sub Palace. The latter will be mcloicd! with able JiL."

V \ I power and,in vincible courage of the United l Only Jnst Inside the Fence. and fi iHnz.! mh.'t-tt: coiisicts, ;( C v sires t. .
stance that the I
\ ; States ralunfceera, and of the cowardly, cravenMexicans UOh I" cried the little children. "Oh such we arc no nearer construction The Obserrntorif, Large Te7Mfope, fa.-A ,.' war Yiuceimes, ,tcnthe; ;-.-hip, 1h..JI". ;
c Indeed from the mood they were beautiful flowers and only just inside, the of any one great work of substantial public improvement mushroom diy has sprung up in thtfneighhor- Porpois-.1.. the steam. j+pelTiir 3ohulOgetJicr ]GCQ; ,

'i In, they could", as they expressed it, "walk i into fence!1" : than ever. Too much;s projected and; I hood of the j.aace! comprising about a dozen : with ten-lur and st.urltolhip" f .

i Ainpudia and lus whole pusilanimous hostl"1 And then stealthy glances were cast up.at th
One of than had occasion to'withdraw for a windows, the gate pressed softly, the beautiful 1 cost cf such work The State will ev'ntuaUv! a great number of temporary wooden |portion of the pacific xean.: the Uvkritig -HO.well a..i.
minute, and after making In advance due apology Bowers were snatched with a trembling; hauil .)ace a hacdsonr.e fund i for purposes of public improvement I intended for refreshment saloons, : gt"ucttll'C$1 a.s the! st.-aits of that narm.., >aitiyrurther! Nortli: ,, ;
for his absence he assured his I. Arc. besides jf practiaiWe, together with the aojacer.t '
temporary friend and the little children fled with but there i is little ing-shops, dwellings cvvwt
t tbat but little time would elapse before he ,would hearts. Were they now happier away because beating their I now or nothing.We boar'i3g hoIl8e For: such as are eligibly: situ-i i+! hf America ayd Ania, 'withi! v;ety to- promote

II g rejoin him. Not returning as soon as his friend guilty feet had wandered into forbidden paths L'i: arc a new-country sparsely settled and,have aced the most extravagant rents are readily! obtained. 'the whiling uitcrt :ts in these li.tie: kno'.vn and -

,I thought he should, the latter he "put out" too.He .- Only a little way had they gone, and lo! ,they had I little or no money for stocks:> or settled investment One small wooden structure, 20 by .10 now much frequented regT. ns. ''Tljf ru', :;'tot- .
who first left soon b a zigzag courser' fallen into sin 1 t feet, rents for $1,000 per annum; but the occupant 'tween California, Oregori, acid Cih! for vessels

i ttirncdj but, instead of.going up to where hansel I Tho freshness, the fragrance, the beauty of Every planter in the country wishes more land receives, more than this amount by leasing .trauing between thos& pohiL.ivliclaim; alaiyo

cad friend had ,been sitting, he approached to the flowers, were not sufficient to still the re- l but his stoop and the protection of his aWnins 'portion of the.time an jabor ofthe, squadron
I 4111 where a victoria Mexican mule was IWtere4"Come ) motseful whisper conscience.. It iea o'g j oat negroes. Capital is wanted b every for apple and soda stands.: t The various groups of i islands, no>r little knows .r

Bill,", said he laving his hand onthe intuit the fence they had been,yet what an ugly branch of industry. The most conspicuous object, aside from the trin; in the track of vessels trading in the Mbi'th I

hind quarter or the mule, "let'ti go to our mark had sin set upon their fair brows 1 We do ,not believe therefore, that nothing can Palace! i ia the "Latting Observatory," so called Pscficwillbe'vs ted 311\1 surveyed The,Aleutian -

Itlu .p tent." Poor little children are we all. Forbidden be done but we do believe that f rom the rmme of its projector. It will! be 75 i isnnJ! whJuh form tha'Southern boundiry
"\Yec iee ee," cried' the mule letting fly I his smiles and beckons every thing, plank feet diameter at the base, and 350 feet in height, to the Beh'ring} or KTanitschatla lea stretching
pleasure to roads
us onlyjuit'iutide rail .
I 1 d; left hind leg at him, stnking him in the abdomen, the/ Our longing glances, linger there roads canals, grand trunks, side cuts, built of timber, bolted in the strongest manner.- nearly 'across the Pacific ocean; ,the Lanai '

r and'acnding him on the broad of his back in among our feet stray thitherward it is a little i ,v.c., cannot all be built at once. We had better The Grand Jury have pronounced it perfect/! islands, which extend from Japau ta Kamtschit-- ,.
; no
Lilti the neighboring cha narral. one sees us, and we put forth our hands way;and far turn our attention to one practical useful work secure. At the distances of about 100,200 and ka and the sva of Okhotsk 'ni116a examined ; .

After recovering ne picked himself up, a red pluck the flowers whose fatal beauty is a snare, and complete that and then go on aga;n.Ve 300 feet from the base will be landings, with the Japan j islands and adjacent seas, u4 well a*

advancing again towards the mule, said"Look to the soulOnltjust need estimates and information in reference to 1 look out places, to which pa81engcrsill be elevated the Gulf Tartary, will bo part of the field of*

here wouldn't'Bill, this bd--- -1 I shabby conduct inside the fence But that fence is nearly all our projected routes. by a .steam car. At the highest will be )labor, as will also! the China, voodoo,'and'Celebean*
!-I treat a Mexican so, letting placed a telescope of great and which seas, with! the numerous. islands, 'straits and .
,I set between us and sin. One side of it we We to power we ,
may hope the
alone an old comrade. If you have any'spite. walk safely in the "King's Highway," the other see Alligator Plank Road first are informed, will be the largest in the country, passages i in that neighborhood, now so imperfect

'j against me,just say so, and I'm your man ; bntdon't side (cads us to temptation, to folly,'to crime- constructed and next we hope to see the Oc kla- with a 16 inch glass, or a glass one inch larger 1 lV known,,i though the thoroughfare,of the hun

strike a fellow that way, with the butt end Once,/wlren we have set our feet in_the forbidden waha made navigable for light draught steam in diameter than the Cambridge Telescope. The dreds of our vessels trading b the East Indies.'

of your musket' in the, dark. I tell you, I Cclt paths, we go again more boldly, till the time boats. Both of the works are necessary and: glass is being manufactured in Europe, and until Besides r the extensive hvdrographica! operations J

that last lick as.:if a dragoons horse bad kicked comes when that fence set for our safety, Is pra.cticable-rnore anon. ff'' that is completed, a ten inch glass will be used.I contemplated,. an efficient sdentic corpse .

inc. Come** now,no more of that, let us shake broken down and destroyed by bur reckless in The instrument will cost about $22,000.. At th wfll acc mpany the squadron, and i it b, intended .

V bands, and again he went u, within kicJdnganr.c dulgence in evil desires. There is no longer 'a d lower landings the vision will be aided by achromatic K to allow the gentlemen composing the corps every .,

i of the mule. barrier between us and sip.Ve do not invitee ] telescopes, with four inch openings. Theview facility to, prosecute researches b' their respective

"WL'tHo-iee'grO"l d the mule, and again he or look round stealt&Hy, or tremble as w* imperial The e commanded will be very extensive. From branches' of science, which toot interfere'with
gave the intruder a kick which laid him flat onfho the coveted pleasure; our looks are insolent grasp and d/nhafn. young JEROME BOS/PABTE. the second landing the ascent will be by means the primary objects 4f the expedition.

'. i ground. defiant; the guilty blood mantles not our cheeks who belongs to the American Army has obtained of a spiral stairway. Mr. Barnum is not connected J 7h.s is the second surveying expedition, upen- ,

!!MurderJ' murder! he tried, Tm shot Fm 'at the detected fraud, the selfish indulgence, the six month's leave of absence and will soon depart with this enterprise,as has beeti'repoited.1 whit im f'bee: a large e,, which has been j

he stabbed-he has run his bayonet through met debasing irreverence. The fence is broken down for France. He is the grandson of the brother of The Observatory will cost about $ sent o ji by this ,government,; and, from the obi ..
hu broken my head'with the butt end of hb the je'tt. to which it is devoted well from its : I
V and ye wander unrestrained farther and farther Napoleon first Next to this may be mentioned a machine with as as V
I'm lolled! Guard I Bounds!! >Ie cjeaw and the character of the
those o ami fBM'Sli
on whose
Ward! Round!" ; inviting paths. fatal termination long revolving arms, to the ends of which are
is the the the The New Crystal Palace attached chugs of it, much benefit to'the great commercial
snare, pitfall, abyss of darkness large wooden boxes. lib ; .
Attracted boUe to
.by. the proposed '
AOw round a, crowd gatherec and eternal despair.. We. find the following! interesting whirl people around in these boxes and'; maritime .. our ,country pay '
; lights We're brought, and the description elevating s
1lcked: XU picked out of the chaparaL Two great or 'Sd UavtiJ'tllftpmf' TUTU from them, of,this structure" b the N. Y,. Journal of Commerce them eighty feet from the ground. Terms, "one be expectedfrom. its operations, .Arrangementi ,

i ribs only'were found to be broken t and hb touch them not they are forbidden'. We;understand that the flooring is"to shilling for three turns or sixpence for one." have been maderto ,send V> the IJnl
Only Jut intidt the fen r Within that'fence be Close 'b circular promptly eon -C the surreys made aQd.allothef't j
friend of by a rail cad
and comrade Bill first Florida: rt > inclosed in
was to reader hteassistance. yellpw pine'and is furnished a
mill f
'' Of b tin, without la.cry. by a wooden building, and covered with sei 'mfbrmktion obtained' 48-
'e the.time be made course believe although be could not at Cambridge Chronicle, 'at St Marys. .The yellow pine of Florida'b w will! here be turned wound till canVI.88.pt bVfl -lAt tion; so.:that'iW labors tuy at Date,k, ..

ar VI a, ____ .1._" 1.!_ __ __ to L.. i it, it waiatonoea. .. _> I considered we learn the best descrintinn., nf fW11'.. a short distmce b n---- available to the'tnjblicJbenefik .. '
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tKCA fll&' naa n J In CUBgUtJe wu tbe ri The ( Thompson'a large
Recluse Re
lf1hqe ing to be found.IFnm circus 0 WaAingion Uai
winds, and no hb friend ing comrade soldier Bill On nearly completed; also, one or two <\
j o Tuesday evening we published an account, panommic exhibitions, a large ice house &c.- THE COAST Scavxr or THI Usrrro STATOSL r
a: Ax Irishman employed about a, store b Bos copied from Ute Florence (Ala.) Gazette, of the [ thr N. Y. Journal Commerce. .J The American Bag is seen displayed from, most There is no. work b which the Government of tlw
ton,twas one day capture of a wild} man, who was found in a cave The Crystal of these structures. '
I equally surprised and delight-! near the Palace. A golden harvest is anti- U. States are engaged, that bas attracted mortAttention
S jtd qy the entrance of an ojd acquaintance. Af Muscle Shoals on the Tennessee river. Four,, hundred men are constantly employed cipated.. In Europe thAn'the Coast '. 'J'Ie4Jf4'great
ter a ten 'minutes'"jollification the caller Gazette of the 9th lust, refers to its former on this .
Jeft stupendous
structure which now attract importance of the undertaking,and the ab. "
when Pats employer said to him giyes the sequel of the story as follows. THE Vies PUSXDXST."
; a large share of The
public attention Providence conducted
It is and the Journal manner, so far,in which it has been .
quite X:
"So, Pat, yoq mew that chap b the old interesting.- 0. Paper. work is
coun-. We gave the na u e of the unfortunate individual progressing rapidly. This week, 'the remarks that. have attracted,the, attention,of scientific men ill;
'FJo Our 'number'oC workmen is to be still further,, "Mr. King has Europe, and redounded to the credit and reput* j
as home
Coring. article '
an1 sure did 1; and it', lucky the day attracted lhe attention creased We learn Mr. gone to die. Loaded ,
from J. E. petmold tion of the Mr. Bache Is indefatigablein
I wid/jn t's of,Mr, Goring, the father of the outcast who with honors which he can.no longer country1.
met { here | a fine boy he b wid all]] poor Superintending Engineer that there enjoy he V
is his to
resides in l IVOQX no doubt turns his steps weaker exertions and it most 5e gratifying hja
Teqn. From hour
hIlt family. Ills gnn'father was a general, his county, t description but that all of the main portion of every towards the .
the know
to how
I well building place where centre all highly his services are appreciated.We
.father was a general, an' he'd ha' been as, as from information received will be hb domestic associations.
a complete the
by first
hs! -self if he d not cpme away.'' general through: a letter, the old man was satisfied} that the exception of the dome the iron of June. With i Death in a foreign land b always better; ,it learn .th Mr .hasjustorderedareexambatioQof -

_- ,'t,'But what was he after in your packets I I it was his son, who had been absent nearly'seven is now work of this seemed especially so to him who during his LenttunceatotheharborofNe*?
40 thought| sat .hInJ PHt his.fingers there rather sli- years, and when last heard of was in this Tidnity, portion Crystal Palace very pear completion, and ,the whole life, had received such continual and distinguished York. A t eorpa of officers, under IJeut Maxwell
V !/." and although poor,.feeble and bent beneath the the begins to develop b its stately marks of the public favor. Few Woodhull, of the Navy; is! shortly expected te",
< weight of sixty he proportions design orginaJly conceived by its have had so successful men i to commence ''surye -of the Channel connected
4 >Clapping[ ) his hands to hb pockets Pat ascer- years set out for the purposeof projector. The interior a political career and few
1. tailed that both watch and pocket-booI finding and reclaiming hfm if possible. He ar pillars presents'a labyrinth men have gone through it with a better with this harbor. The work is one 01 grow
were rods and timbers
it. Imi!. rived in Florence on Wednesday morning last, scattered ropes 1 with men fly' tion for personal honor and pure intention reputa-Mr importance toth-;ccmmerceof.e.city,!I.,awwcft. .
V nearly exhausted from anti making the air resound with the King has not only merchants,and bsuraiice ccojpaxue%
; "Murtberi" he cried gesticulating like whale fatigue and excitement cUtter never stood b the front rank of the our
R with dozen harpoons in hb sides "the th&fer'!', We were present when the old man was told of Curious, clang visitors and are,, creaking of their im leave. t&,: statesmen of his day, but,he is a'man.of more but all owners of real estate, must oecessarflj
the finding and capture of his. excluded by a wooden b- than ordinary talents hare a dee'Pinteres' .-& r. JlUr1&4I. Ntfe
till spalpeen I the coon! I knew him well wid son ;and the reci closure with gatekeepers but and by the better qualities
tal ojuscd him to w .like the Ticbity is of the heart he vurcei .
child. has
b 9 farafly. Hb graa'father was hanged sad ep a We volun daily visited by attached to him troops of '
'I i4 her i he'd tarily pffered him OUT aid, and in with The summit friends; who watch with the ottt+
was, hanged *Ut have been hand company of the Reservoir b th sorrowing eyes his Papa said little boy'to his parent'
,'If F him and two others favorite
.ielfjf ha'dpot we set out for Babbnd< at ? 1qOout decaying strength. He .
ran &&yl" the foot of Muscle Shoals where [ On Tbtusda7 Ml it> eati"1a falls with all the. 'good day, 'arehotsailowverrtmaninenl'No
4" I19Uesa wishes of'Jus
young Goring than country and
I 5,000 persow vbitcd the Reservoir partisan fee deut answered the father Freyt
he could D was stationed. On arriving the old to atafl :which my ,
OCMIIST says sing Wa1 W'D on man hasten themselves was never very bitter towards losS tbatthee foil td
or shat
the leads to
the. Old,T&r RIvtr: ," it h. could; 9G11 get'the JI ed to where his son was standing lie offered :1 large DuiDber prospect there itT orded.* A an ita force as he 'closes hb' eu "suppose. Ice .e
of eyes upon the Because Ji the +, ,
strangers t;
him his !acre !
bad and asked him Ube knew alnad1 attmcted of ICenr' '
I '. fTc at. .. I hbv, 'to cit, by e P 1'eI of the pslsa.r on brighter, yf000"and.a toopen better wortd/1 them, WI t '.all. ''ho....- an-- *. watch the other l'! da V r. si" :>p' 4,is r l*, I

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"' > to theTTnited jStaies pnHished In Earpea J&t' WhitePerson. *, *- -wyled.ur' '.
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d leas hears t > Magazine "' CHEAP CASH STORE I Divine Worship. / "" Y t

keetWeworkpity W h Soma we find the/dfo'wtng; nnriEStetmei; CAROLINA, L. M. -CollTn-, Bt it Ordained, by the Mayor and Cr uncil n f ilie .

j ttswa to t. 4' t tAfter having lived t little time in,New York M. Master,will make a trip to Su Augustine City of St.< Augustine: That from anti after Ih"lllI..illlf ." .

'..1i 1 .E of a ltttlan JtJOn&iat8 and ,bavirigbeeVthrashed. bropeoj, the b'oya. Tuesday the 10th jnst.. and leave the.*ame day forWu'utfd NEW GOODS CHOICt GOODS AND of this Ordinance,if any person or shall|knotiagly .' "
aPeTmg form ot-that !hltrtf'tlftn.., '.,. ,, .. ... be persoos
day accident 1.
orI an "hi b,hefel trot only the AII1.7Ih. 'CHEAP GOODS engaged or concerned in Tociferative noise ; ,_ ,
roof of ; "
the car, martuis( of Waterford but Louis 'Phillipe and eliuig spirituous liquors or
.Itosa.4.to end,&nd : to' Hire. any ether act having an : :
are f\U11.isbed with William IV of England in this good of Goth MATTHIAS it. immediate tendency disturb or cause disturbance 1 : l
aRtten city a
utfardag ANDREU _
that u.d -
negro men .
to with the '
/Pt pen or lCCOrding am the 8 w rking axe, of 4 congregation ,.; white ,
) : prince went toXew where be persons assembled for the
hdireetioa fa Jewcy was
whlb vt rough Varpi-ntert, and ,
the awn Women Cook : .
car is ,a Rerpectfully announce the of divine 1'
movng. The invoked iri rather a funny A certain anJ Wnther and to citizen vfjiL Augus- propose worship at a cbrrcb chapel 1 in ihe : _-
Atttprt fl one end being dosed trifle scrape. pi? Irotter-they would be hired f'r tine and vicinity; : that he has City such if ;'s (
.other oeeopenj dvice those of one day, entered the garden of the person with the balance of ih year and the, wage "to a certain less than five perm dollars a' white person shall be fined not ,J '. : 4
h versa. The object of whom he hedomiciiiated and mount, two hundred OPENED AND OFFERS FOR SALE. nor >wore than twenty, if a col i''
Ills is to prevent the air.from began to eat up a par say do'lars paid.if required, in ored the offender
in the ball be
passing oat when eel of basement person fined aforesaid .
Dutch bulbs advance. story of the ,
taU set out to fancying that building situated at the
been dry
or whipped
the In II it !is intended for they were onions. Rcmembennjr that he was Enquire: at this office, April 30ik. corner of tiu Ceorge and Picolata-streets opposite to not not exceeding thirty stripe or imprisoned :
exceeding week
'r in'ide and for this latter Vlonnment Square one with cats at the discretion '
,' purpose the son of a, King Holland, out sailed the prince the and .0.: .:
Wanted Council
fit Into th main to Hire or Purchase. A and that the City Marshall. .
pfpes, by which and shot the pig. The wrath oft Jersey Blue was old SUPERIOR AND EXTENSIVE A.V- J/ayor or Alderman .hall
tat air UFWPIto water cbwnWr A n sego man a good hand to cast a Net-or attend to all complaints! and.- .t.. ,
J tit pnrifMy the dust and where excited, and the Prince was arrested on a charge lI' '* Fisherman.Knquire : ARTICLES LTHE f arrest such offender. ; .

j ote't'extraneous feUniontJy shooting a piT He 'refused : alt this office Tiiat uponall convictions the
dlll hive boeo drawn In with any April 30ihBatter DRY GOODS person or persons con- 1"i:
it. Thin atonement and there LINE tiered shallremain
eIauabt It dit1d. as are no princes iq New imprwned or committed until the .
Into '
t oomputmentl Jersy was arrested and conveyed to Bergen t1. Hams, Ac. Choice-lot per Steam Selected due and costa are paid autisGeJr '" o.
furaIIW aitk by an experienced dealer in 1-, ;,
deflectors, which front s. E. New York, em Passed in Council '
their A CAHR. Match "
good-natured lawyer Mr.-----, who. happened i- bracing not only the finer 10th 1853: -
pe .downW'l-ril descriptions demand .: .
most. \n ;
tendency to the toe .1 j
current there, paid the cost and and I for ladir- GIIUMPHREYSalnyor.
lilt1r; & expenses, gentlemen use. but those of '
to th+t the ilr by Lauudrea-Starch polish for a Attest
being drawn Louis Napoleon fumed For .
home oth +
r without 'cuaraSrbutG000
lren into the any with tarch will and LESS EXPENSIVE qual w. lit,'
yater common linen A. B. PACETTT.
give "
tq, a
+ li purified and p;
rises In
a er damage than the accretion of a certain amount ,brautiful i ity ; all of which he pledges himself to di of ,
tifabe for YeGt11 ivory CARR. pose .
Thw ppf'&raocB.J' : ;'
on. U of for J
object fffccihapcd CASH -
Jersy mud. This Is the origin of the charge to those who may favor him with their Tux Collector'
V M tIIipUc or pvsl pipe (In the cen- against him for stealing. fpi Jacking Varnish.'dec.-Orions shoe '".'lt"I' Sale.BY '

{; R p rf+MW wMug, which hag ftlfcfif edges open PS.-A friend at our elbow who belongs to tO> blacking..Masons shoe VaruU), Harness Var- I LttWEa PRICES rime ol the power vea-ed in It,' by tow .
: vale
1'perftIrIW.. > lor before
Kfcas fate JG tint the air may escape In equal the Sporting Club save that the prince was arrested itMi. Rubber blacking Fish Oil, Neat foot Oil. atieail. than articles of the ralatka,un expose the first Monday ol. the Court lJou lt in .. ., _}
tbe cats The ; same kind and July nextthe i follow 1-
quality obtained
peculiar of the can *
shape din15 for a much higher oHl-ncp-''sliopthic a ( B. E. C \ ing described
01 "* a d l.> concave form ofjh at any other store in town. To couvincf the property'or to much thereof** will pay .
4 k list sttutln the air $ceiling pointer the dog laid down on tulip bcUa-and thAt i tone Lime for'white wathiug yery good public, that iQ.lhuupt'.king, he uttersno, idle boast 't he' state au iq pus sloe g sixty dollars tftne and costs paid for His he t hereon to wit
"the IMimr towW ; also White wash Bnuhef,, Coloring paint. Alum invites all to visit his store and .
the WfedOWa thOpinetlht. ] have .
i testy never. yet. been refunded to the Coppen*, Glue dtc. S _. EXI I I. E FKEELY FOR THEUHEl.VKS.: OSJI acres one half 2d and the other half 3t rate
1 pttzt'ol also Una-hearted lawyer.oiit .. laud double i
April3fth. W.\3. B n. CARR. taxed granted th '
> .ieirs ol 'rhollil"
"assuring them to advance if
that they do .find
4' I : not Forbes advertised for of
= it'{4t' iHots. Oire these s taco PJ I ft .,.. A.IIDdaer otaii tI lliatgm !'' I esbcntially, correct. *he ,will, .nut a" k"them year J852,Bein* section's nonpayment*' take* for they .
: > H itbtwtisjl s riC.'w1l i1ohe.1rft' 'I.H. 'Q' &0 b. ; 4' 1 JOII \ "-.. -. :. ,hip,3 :{ .'iuwn. :
Mt ottt J. 3 I ltetttsh.tbe .bet!i itI .Aa i. ; C' 1' rang*85 .6. "uad r .
i* l vlo .tl t'ett t8 laic U. 'l'Iirl 'B gaatla : l IWiS53t1io: i 'lr ,' < 4C' Y" '
t If ;11 :_i" l tr p 1td6,, gtiodbsrgrtti"B1IIlr Y ,, o' 'I .f."r\tl..t. ; .1zt."> f 9..q Cot
,-rIM for; a. ,dry, t1n'freah-bty-that done,Vhitewftsh the How It b I.Tr'VC'e" eatbkd t11tatJtrga "oe .1 > I.1 .I.-' ._.' &. L '_ .' b r pabha ;tidi Hf a A., .

t eY1t 1,000 corda ofwhite pUnkc "both Inside and' outside; breakup some. of good, and through the kindness of their creditor (U r Ordluo"cetau 'tJ&o"i&lou., .. '.UDle..' jaxt r .**.aud xpensewarf. 'pu.1"Dnid m f j'o1t**' tayof1.tl!M. .. ,

per month, sawed fcad tflit, Amitable for ,,old mOM for the nens'to pick-if have in Nfw York, wave been resided to buy a few quart* An Ordinance 'for '{he better preservation of the llS' s .J." V ;.. ,,">".R"' .-t

i; tad 7,660 feee. for vsseltob % any old mortcr. provide them with you lime where po more of those buttons,seveial collars,'ml a complete, cleanliness and health of the City, and for other, put .R T BOYD sheriff and "x-off.' .. .
jay pofn on the Canal and BaHroai ". ssonmriit ((spring and goods poIt'liBe .
have summer ,consisting of
tuber they can free access to it; .bcsidettbis sii ,4 Tax A ees>sor and Cullectot t c "
ite be P1y
tra&sportoa by the Canal to them.i&h ashes ana sand to dust themselves Fancy and Staple Dry Good' it hneoy Ordained, by the Mayor and Aldermen PalubtG January 1st. 1853. '

9 % shipped at that port direct for in, feed 'tfl alternately with oats and Groceries* Hardware Crock* I of the City of St. Augnsyne, in Cou tell assent; ,

Dr. R 9.f kcEcJg has iccefRed the buckwheat | corn err, Ready-made Cloth 1.1 bled: That from aud after the promalgation of this Tnx.Culicclo 'Sale. ,
-for aWpplng the tame He will ; you may reasonably calculate upon lug, Boob Shoes Vats Ordinance it shall be 4 {
convey an early supply of and chickens. i not lawful, 10 throw vegetable By vt ]lueof'thtpower vested i iaW by 'JawI ,
to AfeKo4n ia hit line of Canal eggs spring uudCaps Yankee trash, annimal \
boats or of shall
and < matter any Description, over the expose for sale l before theCourt Home iu 1,:
aWrtract with other pa/ties for $U onjeyance to BEARDS At NJ.PLEL-The mode Notions .&c., Sea Wall.or into the Basin connected wild said Paluika, ou the brat Mouday of J luly: next, the follow .,

IhwMaj. He a xp ca id ship! six hundred tons in which Which we*re prepa red to*t 11 cheaper thn n the cheap- Wall-and any person offending against this prohibition ing1 described property or .u much thereof as will ,

lj week from mbe>landand send out one your men of the wear their beards is the one solemn r.','til true, our competitors are annoyed at the prices ,shall, i ifs whit person; be fined for the first the state and county luellllnJ necessaty eApeuaes pay due '

"I, Up load per month to France. This will take question Neapolitan government. A little we are selling our 1Ils.for., and Nave no: h..ilaled. offrnce. in a sum not less than two, nor more than thereon, to WI' i

m \\mmm n aeaovit'of our most valuable timber more or less hair on the chin of a pale eland'v at the corners ol the street, to make'long five dollars,and; for each subsequent'otfrorer, of not 21377 acre 3d rate land double taxed granted 4

r hit acre t Jh&t II now dothedwjthiof makes the state tremble Jlovever absurd tins speeches, prophecying that we could no\ sustain ou t- Irs than five, cor more ilinu Ten dollars( :and if the Joseph M./ileruandezandadvertiiMri to. ,I

trees will be may appear to Englishmen, it is no joke for tho srlvrrf, but through the liberal patronage of our host offender be a colored person he or she so offending of taxes for/ the 1852 lturnunpayueut ;
.I entirelydivested 1 Neapolitans who are into of customers, we have been enabled thus (far to shall subject like year being section 37 private ,
d dragged daily the b con to a fine.or be at the discretion "
tad 11
commanded heretofore 2fi
attout survey tavtjnship ran- e and bounded
but a / bcrs' shops by the police and their SCarda businr-ss. We went into the field with a determination of ihe Mayor punished by the infliction of + North by .
a unmber
bat public laude South Michael
rawe ihe by Crosby
4 finer
& qtiaitiesW !lumnowtogmtdemwidmbMttfra trimmed according to' the political creed of the that price of geode should come downaridwe of stripes on the bare back of not lets than ten, nor the River .St. John and West grant leapt by 'j., /
Mrs by public lands.Abo. .
ship authorities, who just now believe, that nature have the gratification of knowing,thnt we have more than twenty for the first offence, and for each '1' ; .

'. e' ?, tftel ltttada .must telu & rise. TJiose&MB grows rebellious on the lip. The police wanted been instrumental in bringing it about. Thert'll.tilla l subsequent offence, of not leg than twenty, nor .' .' it

will eventually ,obtain large pricesrpWeaibfitt. a decree to appear prohibiting men to wear LaIr chance fur further reduction, and we are bound more than thirty one. 3-106 acres mart being section 39 in same township

fi on their chins; but his Majesty is aid; to have Fever to, Surrender \ Be it Jurthrr Ordained by the authority aforesaid and range,on the East side of St John R"puad } .

-Ou land(Md) Telegraph. declined his signature to the document, so that until the thing is acc dplithed. : Thai it shall not hereafter be lawful for cold'r- bounded North, South 'ind East by public lands and. :,"..
>*" Weal the "
A XAV WITH BIQHT ,WiraWHlliam: Wardle the inspectorse are obliged to act without official ,Large Sales and BUKLINGAME&small Profits 0moon iir ed persons, (bond or free) to use the Sea Wal.I by Hirer at. John*:, ; ''.. ,,

o M mdicted. ...at the. Oxford acAizes for%Int er- uthPratS.: \..ril3J; 1I 853. UuWK. place for promenading and they are hereby forbids Also. ,
walk thereon QO/1O
to under a of acre rate \v\na\ \ in
penalty a fine of not land. lownjlhiD.13; i
,tJ'J ,, wnn curan aiartm.) his former wile .
.. W-foansley.! bon: still allre. This :tJallrr :<>itieiit".. ** Wanted to Hire, lea ;,arson two, nor:more than lire Dollars*or in lien rango So bounded North by public land l .riomh land' .+ .
one :; thereof number of ,
of Cast he River
a stripes not less by
if the most extraordinary From Picolata 18 miles di tnnce to :It. Augustine tar Summer a llou-e in 't. Augustine with than ten nor t. Johns and West. by the line dividing .
cases tilatew For \
perhaps without the standing Furniture more than thirty oDe, to be laid ou the bare back of Marion and Putnam tounl;. [ ":: ,
came before a court ot n>Rtice. The prisoner AUtV&-\lond''SlulJ"Wbureday 11 A. and '
'.IfU' moat deternfned l benedict oaring married DjtPARTH_Sundnys and Wednesdays 12 M.Ct6sts i r at tilts office. April 23. I : taxes expenses are paid before day .ot ...It. :,
.SundnviiBiid it further Ordained and, Decreed, by the '. sathorny J .
VVdnedny II A.f.
pie than eighr wives in different I parg>f the UiA Administratrix Notice. aforesaid, that from find after this date, all R T BOYD. Sheriff snd .x.viT ""< .

eoantr,. At the fine: ,of his cotmnitiM of 11 peisous having just demands against the etc- colored persons are forbiden to smoke in of Tax Assessor nail Collector f c' .,

these bad been discoverednamely, Ellen "Wormsl' ar- A. FitKSfl SUPPLY cJt tate of 1W Papy, late t>f St. Johns < ounty. the streets or other public place in the City any undera Palntka, January 1st, lj,; .t .

,, fey wVor tie married at Manchaxler; Sarah of that d'.c'd.;are hereby called upon to pr bt'nt.lht'mw p\"ulIl.uf| a fine of not, less than three nor more ," 4-

,.. n rrifd at Walsall; Elizabeth Perking 6 I-. cent Nankeen "'* delay to the undersigned. Thor not pre- than lire dollars forthe, first off..ncror ia default of 1'ux Collector' !UdeBy .

L!; V* ammed at Wnlsall; IJatilda Unifl, married aI lie subscriber has the saiihfnction sforever whit the time prescribed by law! will be payment thereof a number of stripes of not less virtue of the power vested in me by.law.'I :\, .

r tt Birmingham ; Miry Kin& married in the Isle r to announce bat t ed. than ten nor more than twenty to be laid, upon the expose for ale before the Court House In'.
the .
"1 filleD ; aid Hannah Kin" whom he married at to publicenJ.eip.eIally to lho e blends, a ANN T.; PIPY. Administratrix. baR back of the offender-and for each subsequent PaUlka on the first Monday of July next, the follow'

1)Dnnook in Glow l'-liter81Jro. peKrdri the twoothers who brave so liberally patronized hU unJenaking; that St. rII ZI'"I 10". April 2id. 1 IeS3 bwk offence a fine' of five dollars or, the infliction of ing described property or so much thereof as1 will' pay'* .

have titten discovered since hU,commitral much itk that 1ity: his reduced hit auock,; he has police i- ttrrebygivrrt, that I wilt thirty days thirty one, stripes to be laid on the bare backas the state and county taxes and uecrwary expenses due .

.: nests gr whop had half taken another htilTR -. regular: weekly additions copnoj to Itand t K ihiy Ltr ill slut this date,npply to the JaJge'ot ,Probate afurrsefdatd all colored persons, are hereby strictly thereon, to wit. I.

: '.. ,will, t heat all limes prepared and glad to arse t/rt/1'. 4.t l M;Johns '? unlyftJr leave to sell so much of the forbiden to carry about their! persona, any knife TOD acres 3d rate ,land granted to the Heir of

t 'lent : Byjbe -nesurip'of the Boat, he n&rreplenish hid Real Estate of Jose "i'apy,' late of said county de -clasps or oilier of more than three inch lrDglh'of Thomas Filch and advertised for nonpayment of taxes ., .

,, ''sei crafted, ut will sufficient to pay the'debts existing bade* ; nor thill any colored person not actually in for the year 1852,being section 42 of private *ur<" ":'

gertcta J 1tseYS'netitofe,_ : ; p dnganJ. ... *gainst hr.>s'late.' I (firm from disease or extreme age, carry under any veys in township J4 range 26 and bounded North by '

'. d'.' I 1': t WT; PAPY'"Admlnittratrix. pretence whstrvrt'agnne or walking stick of",any Michael! Crosby's grant,t?outh by the Ocklawnha Itiver. .;. ., ,

8t1tAif': rEbte prll't1dtAa"l4wkattftttayltAdwiutstrater'a' 'siielor description' ': under a penalty of not. less than East.by Uir Rivet S ..Jolm.and West "y grant of "\
e Irdlltallh :f'Wntl. : 1i.- \1lld; ar a'bnbtlier} rSiIij rta bN4ihd'tta' JUichael Crosby. .r' ., .' ::
.strmM ; it uf price that will( .to / '' ,; .. <
T I <|iitt" n'htrem of crew complexion: : I Notice. the bare back of the'offender, of not lea thuo ten, i Unless taxe and xpeDI4'.ar" paid Ufore 'uf..' '." .
Iron the |
ssn-al w stbe gttrios'ty of he public to see More, seed drive fiom his mind, the idea of"a chance I 1L IIt.inSllb. estate of Philip R. Yonge, Passed by the Council 23d December 1852.G R. T. BOYD, sheriffsod e.-.-ff.

fit"offlrfr mi.ht ''javcadJeilw.a'thinpjconsider- fret fartlif feJucibn W lie makes no boast of having deceived, are hereby called upon to prt'st'nllhe same,, HUMPHREY,,Mayor. > Tax Assessor aud CuUt'clur.1"c. .,

,lob. to \hit emalufuentK: by xLii>itiag them for enieied the field," who rile entirely unteljlth motive : without dekty. duly authenticated to the undersigned. Attest Palatka, Jan. 1st, 1H53. .. i
(I Thof not presented within two from this R M, R. AHCIEC. rk. "' "' .
luotu-v v> ever, ihjj goRwppiug public were uf bringing "the price of gjojg down and i if years' ' ( i M I -! I ..
date will be
; forever
afT .1 l dlJ I f
competitors can >r to business for cite sole ANDREW YONGFAItninutrator
k-i..u tTj>ji;" 4latJe on Tuesday nitdtt, Jio pleaded St. expences of the City fur the year 853 and for BY virtue of the power vested an m- by law I -"
i tu'iv.! ihs l hard"'nip /trrod patuiagg sentence purpose of accunituoJating others, without the trope Anjustine..-prt12JJ, 1853 8wks the extinguishment of the City debt. expose fur sale before the Court House in >

j i>,fcr Uie present-EttglitH Papery of a moJi-rate retnuneiation to thnnselves,with wh.ch Administrator "aJe. Be it Ordained, by the Mayor and Aldermen of Pulaika, on the first Monday of July nrzr.the following I

t o tj buy their daily bread they must a secret ( D Monday the &ld day of May next,, I will the City of at. Augustine, in Couucil convened: described property or II' mudi thereof as will pay
possess t
plztsnAai*-Wo have In our tows prohably the i>(. trade, that is as hidden from his ken f, sell) between'the hours of 10 A.,rtl. and 4 P. That a Tax of one-eight of one, percent be and the stale and county taxes and ui-cessury elpense due
C t.r) .fQ New England in the of Mr. yet He, will 1 M.,in front of the Court Hou'. in 'the' city of St. the same is! hereby directed tu.be. imposed foe the thereon, to wit. .
person not now go into particulars, iu regard to the extent Augustine order of,the Judge of Probate of St. 1653 (for the aforesaid
John J. KtwneeJ1 lie is native of has year purposes ) on the value 256 acres 3d rate land granted to D. Aeosta dune
Lynn; ru- and of his John county, a house aid lot situated in At. all Real Estate situated and ble
Diet .heee t years weighed last fall three coming articles satisfied for the 0.uC lying within the taxed advertised for nonpayment of taxes fur the
; ga+tine, belonging to the rotate of Philip R. Y limits of the raid City-and the following 1852, in J
with year being
lutkdrel atU ifyuy{ pound/ and is now forty- prevent simply raying, they art many, und i Ito township 11 range 26 and boun '
dec'd. said lot is boujded on the East by George persons (to wit) Frederick C. Humphreys, and Alherto tie d North South and East
by public lauds and West
ar old. Mr. that other of
Jar\ Buttons he asks
years was not above the ordi- 'q ; his trivnd .
the D. .
street, on by Tolomnto street, on the Roger ar; appointed assessor's to determine by the River St. Johns.
Barr alee canal about twelvb'ysera (since when he 10 call and look at kit supply, and they will ..hne'DO North by lots of the eetat of Jos. Hunter and Pt'lrr'r..ope the value, of said oral' Estate, and fix ,the oasis .

W accurate fever, 'became conratosccnt, afterward difficulty then, ;m determining"who'* got the button end on the South by lot of the United States' i upon which said tax shall be levied and it in hereby Also. .. ,

.- ejrperieoced a relapse, 'Which brought him !" \ Court House further ordained that the tax imjiosed; by this Or 179 acre*3.1 rate land bring in township 12 range .' -

SA lew that his life was despaired of for some t'mc.: ANDREW YONGE dinance shall be collected in the same manner an I 26 bounded North South and Hast by public lands, I ,
Wqfla at the of M.. R. ANDREU, 23 dminislralor.\\, under the and West by the St. Johns River. .
age twenty one he weighed only Corner of St George and Pieolata April same regulations a* are provided and in- /
\ streets
ere btodred sad forty pounds. Since he has at- to Monument squire* opposite E tracts front Proceeding* of City force in relation to the collection of City taxes levied I I. Al o.

lrkr'1Onliach remarkable size, his health has N. B. 12 'oz. China buttons, for/e cents! Council. upun'olher descriptions of property. 252 acres 3d rate land being in township 13 range

b eavariably good, his appetite never fails, hee4to Hi. Augustine May, 7th, 1053. f Dili G font wing Resolution were then severally Passed by the Council 19 January '853.G ,,37 and bounded North by public l/indj. South and .

bawl, and sleeps as soundly as others. He JL introduced and adopted, namely : HUMPHREYS, Mayor. West by the River sit. Johns and East publie lands ,

has net been under the necessity of ailing in a ar SIIERIFF'[ 8ALE. 1Br Renolniion Attest I Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of
M. R. Clerk. .
Physkiao on his own account since he has lived virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias in tarot of Rewired ly the Alayozand Aldermen in Councilconvened isle -

fa the jdae, is seen, often about town, both sum George R. Fairbanks Receiver of the -That the Ordinance prohibiting battling Retainedby the Cit Council of M!. Augustine R. T. BOYD, .ht'riffend ex-off.

I met a4d wintw t is always apparently in good ,0) Joeph Hunter vs.. Joseph llernandex/ estate within certain limit ht'rcin sprcirjed. passed (hi* that from and after the promulgation of this Resolution Tax Assessor and Collector r. c. .
war oft Defen3 lot of July, 1843 be amended by inserting immediately it shall not be lawful for any persou to play at Palal aiJen, hi, 1853.
,jttvwr of humor keeps posted up \\aani, to me directed and delivered issuing out of jhe "
OB up alter the word "bathe, in :he second line ofthe t the 2Imecall.d'.ShiIl1lJ or at a game: of ball 01 )
m ttsjrg rind Circuit Court of
in St. Johns Florida
County !
general, a shrewd (krer shall
first section thereof the kind in of the public of the Tax Cttllectur't Sale.
fnllowing viz any any streets
City o f
ad : exceptwithin
offer for _
auction in the
a worthy citizen. Mr. N. seldom if evJUtajij at public city of dt I. Angutme -
Fw the eneloture or castle of a rtgular and decently Or AugusUne. and any person off'nding against tins of the
', one riding with him from the tact'WI i in font of the Court tlouu itl the snit city, '' .BY vrlue power vested in me by law, 1 :
constructed Bath Houte and likewise prohibitionshall it a white be fined in for sale
ng itVaa person a sum expose before the Court House ia i
the 6th
on Monday of
prerame, that his horse is not above the or- day une 1853 at the usual that not three dollars for the first anil
Resolved said ,
hour of sale the slave Ordinance be further so i'aiatka ou the first Monday of July next thr'follow- ,. r" ,
ebaorj Mee tend there II but o w seat in his following negio levied,upon amended and altt'rrd.1I read thus for each subsequent offence, in of
k ." ". wag- b y me as the property of Joseph M. Hernandez the to (to wit any a sum not 'Jess described property so much thereof as iajll pay the i
;:this section'of this than three nor more than five dollars and if the offender
defendant in the said'writ named wit person violating ordinance, shall State and county taxes aud the uece *ary expense due
fW. We'&tefhen Holt of N. Y., weighed 806 Mary, Tina Anita Beck Charles-to : on conviction before the Mayor, i If a white person be a colored person he or she so offending thereon, to wit. ,
lbc H fc NponLawt'enet. S45 Ibs. 'raid Sarah Rhina forfeit and for the first offence fine shall be subject 'a penalty for the first offence
we pay a of Five of 163 third rate land ,
PggrTony, Lien rfambo, Rose,John Adam Jinny. i acres granted to 11. S. Dexter -
base there I* a Dr. Brown now 'living at Philip, Annie, Tirey, old Sibhy. Su.-, Bill Flon' ,* dulls rs, with all,costs which may accrue ;in the colxlection ] not I less than three dollars fine and in de.ault of the ;double taxed and ad veil wed for nonpayment or "
who 'of said fine and for each pay meat thereof to infliction ,ol l less
irehf 860 lb&.-And t : I- a fine of' Ten dollars, with costa a* aforesaid' 'and if ten nor more than twenty five stripe on the bare Wage
rah,Jane Klin. Lucy Frank Farr Dluc 26, bounded North East and West land
.. ,. $.mc k, 'back and for by public
mulatto offence fine of
1IIt. a negro or on conviction shell trespass against any subsequent a three and South the River Su.Johns. 'I.' ,
Fili. Dora, SaU,. Edward; Tinny, Sarah, Jeffrey, dollar by .- '
tnn-It cot pcrbes gene- ,, Dully.Sarah, Binah, Jef, Stephen, Papchiratitotg i ordinance the offender shall receive awe n backN* and the infliction of twenty stripe on the Ualess taxes aud expense are paid before day o( '
ty-five stripe on the bare back.Beeolatioa. ** aforesaid-and if default shall be made in
II.. tt I.+ V" bertiofrirlparaUon ea that an*. little *ue. Fii! Joe and Josephine. sale. .. '

1 for Terms C.*-Purth* er* to pay tor papers. 9d the payment of any fine imposed a* aforesaid' upon R.i T. BOYD, Sheriff sad ex office <
Resolved, That hereafter until otherwise prori-1 I, any while person for a violation of this moration, Tax Assessor
Tee istttZitfr r k., $. tI+NOVA, sad Collector r e.Pshlka. .
: & .tied, tax of six and the so default nal! toad '
a a quarter cents per day be (cried person making :committed lat IB53. .
fill they hare subsisted I AL Angnuiae' 1' Sh"nil'ofSr..Joh'a.C 4th .. r unfi,:' and collected for each stall ia the*,, Fish market,used until said,fin*, b paid. b -: % *,,, ?, January. t? *. v '._<* _- I *,t j'>, .
May $ .
"4 1" r' It. Mies foe weeki Aether. ,. Gee e 1853." : and occupied in tLe Tending of Fih ; 'and it i* here Paa edbjr\he Quueil3ht) Jan. 1653., ,> Tax ColIeetorYyttl e"'... ",,Pjf .
rte to deprive them of motion and by made the duty of the Marshal U fiUMPUEY3. : g. 'M .
City to examine .lan- .
PUBLIC SALE. I of tke ted in Jaw { '
II M |"| gnwa of com per day,. and astk aU fish brought to the market and (with the Attests < BViYlrtu power YOf roe by t :t '., .4
i00i1 virtue of an Execution{ at Lnw and of decree for,salt before the Court! hitter atM < z' ; .
r can devour have become fat Iii of any two discieet and disinterested R.. AJCDHU, Clerk. r :
persons, rIluard le the lot Monday of July 1853. the foie .
Th> 1apg.rata vomdotuly after a Chancery rrnJeied in the Circuit Court of"t. whitu he may select to unite with him in on .:
and la Johns County in the tviaiero U.siru i wf FlonJa in any exam Resolved and Ordained by the Mayor and AN : lowing described property or so much irtieof*j wild ;d "
sick while be has lion he make hall condemn
DeTer a good favor of Puinnm may all such rub as Beta of the of dt. in Couaeil I >* the State and taxes aud the
t ahottld be Benjamin A, against Jo ej>li M. Her be unsound and ui.fi for t' City Augustine, coovcded .| y couuijr J necv ury expeuses
always kept In. the sty nandex and others. We thall ofler for sale in front may uliI'--and from and : That a tax be and hereby b assessed opoa I due thereon, to wit: }*
fi d after' the of
the this resolution sale
lo .inmates regu1&rJylIb all other ot the Court House in the City of St. Augustine on shall be made passage, either openly or no of ft-h all Tavern and public boarding house keepers in the 3000 acres of land situated near Hnwe Creek

the first Monday of June next between the usual hoursol market bell has been regularly covertly, and until the 1 city at life following rate* towit-upon'such as entertain : belonging to ibe Estate of George Aikirim nf Iw

Tw sale the following de>crbed alerts levied rung any sale tt any one time during the year twenty or Unless aud exucuse before
SfWErr WoKsnirrcBJL missionary! upon as made, in violation of this prohibition i II hereby declared taxes are paid day of $
fly a heatiben mother in tears. She the property of the said Joseph M. Hernandez to wit: to be utterly void, and not entitling the more boarders the ruin of fifteen dollars per annum; sale. ELIJAH \" \ ON. ,
Eleck. e>uePegryTeresa{ ,Amrlia, Kebecca.Joe, purchaser upon such entertain aforesaid ten or more and SbrriPf sad Tax Collector,
C-; as fthe left her hot kisses upon to a preference over any other individual who lets than boarders,the of Ten dollar .d o.c. .. .x.
Pelfr. Dye Diana Clarissa sum [ Om
George Hannah, Louisa nuy be at and after the twenty *a nttrpr1St'. nIt' County Dec. 25. 'lS2..
i 'fIi beautiful child calm in the present ringing of said bell '
dph'LBinllh.) Nancy, little George, Belay B a- upon those entertaining any smaller ofboafder r
and fur fish he
iniiHBum pr death. The little treasure had been fort Sally.Peter,Tom,Cromwell t'liea, Rose, Nan* propose any may see and desire to than ten, a tax in proportion; and it ,shall be the School Book '

1* a V a erpent The woman was one of the cy, Eve, Richard little Eleck Joe Thomas. Philip parcha and any person the selling fish either openlyor right and duty ot the i City Assessor and tax, Collector r, Geography and Atlas Wood'riJe do
covertly, to incest and, r
Vwonbfpper*, And the reptile, which had tilvy. Frank Phibby John, Poly. Jinn, Richarif, this iall'rdictionahan eoatrary on conviction before meaning of when making demand of ,the aforesaid lax, to re- OIlieyM, Peter Parleys do, Smiths new Grammar ?;I

.! her other first and only child lay coiled Charity, Toby, Harriet. Nanny, Ned Juana, Flora be fined in quadruple the,, value of fish the Mayor require the keepers of such taverns and boarding Olneys History of the ItnltedStatrr, Webster's

.1& ,e bpadlttdtle of the home it had madedcsoH Mar. Lydia Jerry, Grate, Jupiter, : .. Jim, Koben by him, with costs of prosecution. any so sold houses to give 10 !um a statement or report on oath speller and drfiuer Walked 'l''t..nary. southern first 'i .

safefron &e avenrfng hand of the supersti- lease, Lavitiia. Elm, Clemont' Maria, July, ""Retolved That hu Honr. ib! Mayor he kiting forth and showing the largest number of boardera class book. nrasbaw lilacs}-uf Greece,do d<*of Rome,

.*ether SIte Would not destroy it Needapcnttitkm Heniy, Mite, Friday Fanny, aIDp80n. Lucy, big to invite the attention ol Liens M. L' .fqUesItd they have each enterta.ned, at any one period do do of United States, enzlisb reader ptciortat upel-

et the of the benighted Dianua, J lica. Israel, Rose, Dup 1ut" Mingo, :tee the United State Topographical Engineer Smith, of within the year, for which such tax is demanded and ling book, do primmer, du render, school reader da. ,

1 ay, American is a nation of scr- ph, n, Venus William,Jim. Irab. larill. U( I1., Lu- now in this City and (who it is understood i Corps, j I should they or any of them refuse to give such eta t ee boll ariihin/tic, slates, leyi J pencils, ink letter paper ;{U
dada, Susan, 'Chariot, old Phibby Jacob, ;Matilda on,a menr.or report the said, Assessor shall collect fiom wafers, creel book tje ; '
We look uound'US and how tour of Canal Survey in our State) to the i quills, pens, note paper toy t";, 'x
., Doran an there where the serpent iscoilf C icily, George tVilaou, Daniel. Yancy. Lawrence, intervening between the bead of Malanza Uiver ground those M refusing, the largest rate of taxation affixed j f$. L, CAtttt. v 1; .

ads iBtt% eberished by those who have 811ira.old Lucy. Bob Robert, B.U,. Charlotte Sarah -' -mith's Creek, the head of Halifax Kiver, at ", and$ I I and eatabiUhedby this Resolution.and I further ordained March 26th. 1853. ,.r9..k
n- by the authority aforesaid that the said tax be 6 _
s*"h..f. IIlrdl&L1 y, Frank Margaret, MaryrMila lows Haulover" 'and ask that he
loved aad the to will if
good to
poisoned i
and Lucr. consistent collected in th' same manner and under the same re. "RAM$>'' :, f'd. pplea.raJtl'n )I.rk..t

.11 t.. ,.1 And At the same time we Term of Sale Ca \ Purchaer to pay forpsper*.' a with view his to other ascertain arrangement the ; examine the of same,with I' guialions as are io force and provided for the Cal. Beef and Ham Dried Beef.Bacon, Pork, Lard .*. e ,
i t people hesitating about practicability opening a I lec< of other ,(:
: R. $, CANOVA,4 ion tty taxe cheese crackers choice famit1fiout.rwnt cracker. '

Itf) J-he- :darker rrf a,and ,!', Sht'rifro.r.; Johns
r JI 'Jo HI" AiIlexaosSpceul! Muter. report" of.his *- QHU5iP11REYSbftyoAttest. r, wine, of&e.. .. .... .1. '
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I 'I B".I't& '" Dlttic fOI'f. .'.' 'ills)1 ,I.I .JJWrJ 1f i B ? ; Tax CollectorteSale. I IAKT I Q JON rUILAP LPHI.A, II" '' .7; l.'ultrctursY &Ji .

- I yn>roha If.tel On.St, George Strref.rorAi! of s'1'. At GIJST1YC," l:. F.; J1TP Y nr rte of the power vesttd Jaime V M bf law I S' lucorporated bjr the Leablalure 01 I rime &f ,h.poWe, 't l the PjUllc S 9 talc and uae door north of the Meiho- JtJt shall expose fur sale before the Court House shtU. expose for p4r beJOn the Collll DoUtt isI I .'

r r dist Church: | It '" tu:il* city of Augustine, on the first ,ifondayofMay THE PcnuylTania.FOR PROMOTION 'OF THEdilTS ., on the first, Monday of J_), tuid;t iOJ; 1?
f' Florid Haute. Oa Treasury Lane'North 0 f low'ng described
WTARLI8MUENT described propeny so much I
\ hay Jb53 the following property or aa thertof"wiU> ,' ,'
t- jt the Public Square. MTfllS ( the Stateludcouo'ty OF AE pay the state.and county taxes and \
t ,f I !+ City Hot'l. On Charlotte and Bay Street, a few ;r ; hikcent erl,,unncnti'Thuntgp, I!is now Htpiu'rs rciulv! this for' much' ihereot taxes aa and may the be necessary.ufficlt'nllo/xpeo, incident UNITED STATES.THE sea due thereon to wit tletxsatty ei w "', ', '"

j rt' lour tfouthiSatt of the Public Square. receiiou|) of Cf>tii}>nny' .FAMILIES AND lllrrIolo \Vit. 93 acre* Sdrate 'land,granted to E. Hotel (
I Charlotte Street and TrtllI' OFFICERS. *
Hotel. Oa *
'floaters .
{ TRANSIENT BOARDERS A house and lot in St. Augustine situated in'Ohar- ble taxed and advertised for : 3
bavcbpaciuusApurtincnis. nonpayment
t I f r' ury Lear, north of the Public Square, annexed to the, loue street bounded North by lot, lately owned by HENKT C. CAHET, President Wittim D*. KEZ.LKT the year 1833, lying partly in township 13 taxes for 26 f:'

: I' Fluids Bouse. Briguida Gtmrz; on the South by lot lately own..dbylhe V ice President, EDWAKD P. MCTCHELL, Treasurer and partly) i in township 12 range 26sad; note '. "
. 4 I BOARDING HOUSES* Uuuuim Airy. Clean, mid Neat bt'irlilof Anionin Mierou ihe West by (hnr. E. II. BUTLER. Recording Secretary, North by public lands. tI"lh'b'lhe, River bounded
ML +
i Miss fttio. On Sf.( George Street, a few doors n IVotliin CM itaelGfttrttibhedhaudauutell'"uulltt .- forte street and on the East by lot owned by K. B. GEOKUC IV.DCWET, Correct tiding&e. and grins of Wui. Gardn"',, Lst by.,bu>lic Johan lead i .
i. 1 booth otter Court Horse and Public Sq lrt. b.. being the same properly conveyed by Jus S. 00lIANAGERS- and tfetl by the Kiver; 5t. Johns. '

;i :,' 'G. Ji Pvy Ua Bay strut, corner'OC Bay and The House in well known ns being recnily Sanchez Marshal.to Tlios.C.: Rockhilland RobtTowland. : (Unless( taxes a Of'l expenses are paid before dar of! "'"

i 9... Garden. La,!. Built, Expressly with n, view, tu the nccomiKlutioti by deed dated J3ih Oct 184G.. John Sartain Charles Toppnn, James 9. Wallace sale, -|

,' DOCTORS, of Inrul'uls nud other, biting enlirr-ly S'aid houe and lot is aree H'd and leived upon fornt"'np.Irilt'nt Charles M a ca tester, E. ll. flutter Henry S. Pattertton R. T. BOYQ.Shrriffand, ex-oL '. *

.: ,: \ Poet ''Y'tJ"n.CI hi DwelUn House built of \Voth!, with Rooms. coiiii:cirnj", F )ld- : of Sate and county taxes for te52. I :. D., Charles G. Lelan.l, William; D. Lew. Tax Xseessor and Colfertorr. c. r
"' F.'Street. at g* ing DooVs, &c., which renders U Free from will tll"11! all the right, fitly interest and properly ill ia, Joseph D :Iew.rt.)1. D.. Edwin R.Cope, Palalka. Jan. 1st.1H53. :

w 1 vn Doet.Bridge John E. Ptck. dfhre St. George Street Dump ness. Fireplaces, Blinds la windows wild lot andprrmirauf'1'hus.C. Kockhill aud RobtTowilDdlIud' Fdward Mitchell.. John S. Hart, A, M., '/
on of, those claiuirog qnder tbt'I1Jand, ,of James L. ,
, '.' J 'a few doors North of the Courts House thrush rentng on Piazza Prom 'nn : i FeetM Protection all other pcootii whoa nannrs are unknown and who! | W" MM H V* '
> from Rainy
; DRUGGIST. Hundred Cold I Y virtue of she 'power vested *
have .interest claim on aid lot and E'cry ITIembcr.. for the Year 151 'I-P in me by law I ,
J \Vfiltf .l'. dcsi ruble may any or pre ,
PC.Zylttru.; ChelltisrandDraggestCharlotturr6 e a RETREAT from shill expose for sale before the Court >+*'
Utit" Unless tuxes and expn-"<' sir paid before \\ ill.receive, for each Subscription of FIVE'DotLAR* ja
cnntincmenl at till of the Palalka on" the first *
seasons .
of) *
f yrnr. Monday July the :
r. the day of .alt' a print of next, fur.
i -. Thu House is situated,; facing So.ith in central I mSrJe f lowing described properly or so much thereof'
"" ,Th .nbllv" ia Postpon' *;d to the lint Mondayof HUNTINGTON'SCHRISTIANA as will
t LAWYKRS.; und retired from other AND HER ihe stale and
t : pobjtion, Dwelliim.s. Ji.nc t'1U. \ pay county taxes and the necessary gt;. ,;
B. B. u.M/d -tnseilor at Law-office on Aril The Hou contains 45 Rooms,.with addition- U. C.NOV.SherUl'and.otTirlo. ,' CHILDREN" pensea due thereon, to wit. .

J tilery ... ul Parlours, Duiint', t)1 ltinle'ICoornll.orid con '1'alaI" 1" and (;"lIut'lur s. i. c. LiSrat'd ly JOSEPH ANDREW Losloa,, 15O acres 3d rate land, granted to Wm. Gardner+ c

r: \' 1 tf, A. Putnam. Altorne} and Counceflor(I venieuces in general For Accommodation*, Oct. 3. ltia, .. AND THE COMPANION, double toted and advertised for nonpayment of MXM
l'l''I' of .
\ 'I t a< Law.odice. Picglutu street. nut be aurpu t'd. A print En'gratedoyA.H.MTt'HIE Uuatington't "ME/tCY'X DREAM\, for ih* year I8J2. lying in township 13 range 26,and

I ; Gtfige R. F ir6G h. Aitoioey and Counsellor The well' earned .Reputation this HOUM AVw York bounded North and, East by E. Uadl lIl'.erlDt and
o- ; office the Court House. Tnx Collectors/ .saleH Or the choice of any two of the fn lowing South and Wen b'Iht' .
I ,aw- in has /from Year to Ve/ir acquired it will be th" Ricer St. JobM, .
.1), __ Propricm> >DAVIS aim to ftii.Ntain.'and I > y virtue of lh. power "$,.d iu me by law 1 Four Splendid' L'ugraviugv{ Unless'taxes and expenses'are oaid! before day of
.or 4* FVBLlC OFFICES. JO) fball expose formate before the 'ourt ilou t vix : sale. .

f ,+ "I ; Pott Dtlee..O. E. UtrabiM, ('oat Matter, CoDrt5i for the bet, liberal t..anks.Patronage heretofore. skits returns iu1 Auusl.rutl1Uo unU/ _'1ir'l4'loD4ay of May' 1 Ifi3 the l.-Joiix, KNOX'S INWRVIEW: WITH MAIT.Qrocv or I R. T. BOYDIIJit-rlIf.nd f x otl T:

., riny IrrcripxJ aorullrhy 1ouclt ,Jhrrc t. ? SwCte,I'ninted by Leut'xe, vgmed oy &lrt<,,. I 11 r Tax AsetseatliutllelIrese "
'I I attar ( i
#k d) : ; Tho Tablo will 1 be supplied' with chi'icGame'Oy t -t t will ihc, ( roulIfax due 'tht-reoli'vitllryraj'1 2.-R TII.. BOA*,Painted oy JIatkenael,.Engraved I t'fP.hllka.l. f -
1 II fiPit $! r tmy state sat v ,_ .t. istltu3ev;_.,,
; ,1eryTurtleF'iab.Ductid; V ti rt* v ,' '
R ; nn, li3.ti.gd| )bf viirrV *afS f irj"rnsrainclJrrio g ,,' 01 Sartain, 4 .

S t"t',, nee .11' > 1 ul'Q'ap"HirerrpIoraerorrAnUJeryal .T.."' .r \ 1 iranilk1I1tll.Frlrn: ,.whk'hutilu>, lnnour 5 ihrre.* ;ViaT:'Jill l (1i\-1" .'lalrtlal\ loi W'O' acres of 3.- McxcT'a DttiH.PaiKledly HntigtonEngra Tat .tollalors'Suk;lame' ,

\ ," Laid Ofee..-A T. Nods Register of Public uivers und Forfsig.* abound. T\vo or land How ot lately thronging lo the estate of John ved ly Jiitchie. r Y'iirtar oHhe vested '

} n LIID4.-otfic'ln the, Court'House.TAst. ', morn Hunter, ;sporting exclusively l fur ihisHouse. Huerias nu-J mortga: d to Williom Lamed of the 4.-CB uTIAlU IND HER CHILDBEWPainted Hunting BJP shall expose for sate power before the Court Hece'1 taw 1. *
i 1 T. Russell Receiver, office in Court h city of New York, being m much of a Grunt made of ton, Engraved Andrews. I ifulka, on the first Monday of July next, the toHow. ,

'" I 11 louse.tdgt. 9 Horses, Carringes, PonifM Guns, FishinTucklesBouU I: by the'fipanith Ccvi-rumeiii. lu John Huerias and And a copy ihePhiladelphia log d.scribed property or w mac} ihmwf: s. will per, .

I _/ Probate (G.l.IQl pbrr"lludgtJpmc) a 'lor Excursion, &c. confirmed bytthe Supreoie C url of ihe United Slate. Art Union Reporter, the nut? and county taxes and expe\fe4 *:

Q y i' !iu the Court House. "It Very. Uesputyltilly/ to sold John'Iuerjas; Hluntr,lying and being ou ihe A monthly pamphlet.containing a repottof the trans- due thereon, to wit: necessary T tVr* ,

"''".,?" 'I' Ptttr B. Dumts. Clerk Circuit" Court, office i in PUOPUiETRESS.M I rapt.of at John*Jiiver, above a place! culled the Kerry : actionsof the Institution, and information oaHhe 45 7 3d v
j the Court House. I % ,. : about''' twelve mita fhrrefroiii and below John B. subject of the Fine Arta; *A double taxed acrea lid rate advertised land granted to C. W."u-..Tt S ,'S t
Kafafl B.Canova. Kyuil.4 bounded South by lands of John Mure, and i THROUGHOUT '1 HE WHOLEV6RLD. fo- nonpayment oftaxeg :std
Shrriffsnd Tax Collector
lYe B.-It Is the it felt of tlie Pro- .. 'for, the 1852;" being in t ;
|1.-e in the Court House. prlctr4! tr that the Servant* nUnc.lied I (runt thence East to the bend of Deep Creek taking tnl-- bounded year North' East) and West wnhip by 13 range $7 .,t*fJ

Collector of Customs. Paul Arnau, offiee 1 in 'to the IloiiMiMlioiild be civil, attentive ui the Eobi and West bank'of said Crerk and bounded The Art Uftion of I hilau'elphia: awards prizes in i south by the River St, Johns. pllblicdaDd..J ,, /;;! *,;

1 .iurlotte: street at his residence near the store of A. stud obliging.; ; on the North by S W. liar ofTocoy, and on ihe its owd Cartiwcatef with which original American Unl lra! taxes sod are'pt-J before :,: ;

U. I'erpall. f West bv the'r.ver :Si.: Johns. works of Art may b? purchased in any part of the t1. k. expenses diy of. !;" ..

Injector of CIlIl.".. James A. Mickler. MEYER'S UNIVERSUM Uult-ts taxes and(e&peuaes air paid before day o! Mates, at the option and selection of the prison who R', T. BOYD Ibo aDd
/. //: MAmsott. Judge U, S. Court Northern. ale may obtain a prize at IhpAIUUlul Tax / n ex-cff. .,\
I District; of Florida office in the Court UOU e. ,E DrnI\.BY Ct141tLES A D.\ A.-I'hii) periodical The above Sale i tI, Postponed to, the firsT.MondayoiJiiiK Distribution / Ae8sorand Collector 4
l'.alatkaJanlinry lit, 1853. "
G. U. J-airbyiks. Clerk U. S. Court, office I in publmned from the first of July semimonthly : 'nexu, eVAich lanes place on the Lreniiig of the last week "4, .
will coinaiu views ul) the moat leiunrkaMe !t
the Court House. It. U. CANOVA Sheriff unll l ox "fhciu1u dry ii, Year. ,
Marshal. cities; public edifices,and natural scenes in every zoi.e CflIl'clu'r i erery l-Tax Collectors Sale. 4' l'i
Deputy George I. Zehubanr A nnJ .
office i in \ >sc:Mir It j. c. THE EXECUTiVK OMMITTEE OF THE
(,;' l rt/'ouri House. and on every contineni; accompanied by letter pre,' CX-l. 30, 1 1d52. ART UNION BY virtue of the power vested in me by law' f .

JUS"'ICESOfTlIE E"CE. descriptions: hich.wnile conveying the nioal accurate expose lor sale before the Court House it
Reuben "ita hl1ru.-Odjce at his residence South and trustworthy ir.foimaiion, will *i-ek, io clothe the Tax When foi''! so rt'qut'sfl'I.idt't't' workeof,\rt.without charge i'llittku. on for first Monday of July next,the follow a.
t'ottevlor's Sttle.BY or couu\ irons their 11
drydrtailsuffacteenJtiurra withsunrth+unf the nsalion inn described '
St. Francis
v\\ Barracks. I. property Of so much thereof as will}
G.Humjkreji, Notary Public-. effice in the Court vitaityof naiure.'and to ell able the render, while C virtue ot the power vestedin me by lawn I FKEE(' (lALLEKV.aiO; CHESNUT STREET, pay the Mate and County taxe and neces aa.cx-'[ t < Ai,

Ilou>r | v observes historical and ) phenomena; lo gat expo-e lor tIulebe ore tne Court Ilou?>> "r tiw't' peitonb in the country who may live rr- proses due theteon, to wit. l .' .

1 CITY OFFICERS.' borne insight into the causes from which racy fprin, door'at St Augustine on the lint Monday of Maytf3 mote. from Galleries, or public exhibitions of the lOGO acres 3d rate land.granted to Francis Rich. "
: ,IIxien: ivr and costly prrpantionahave b.'en made to :' the loiii>;vjug ili'Mrnhrti proprriy or as much Fine Arts. ord double
taxed and
"thlor-G advertised
,* 1IIlmp/'reg lor
t "I t I j present in it the fullest colletion of view, Dot only fromevery llu-reof us Mill pay ihe eiaie" ai..i .ouiny taxes dut'Ibl'ft'on tales for the nonpayment f ., ;'
M.IVICMITC AHd.euSt j H ( of the United States but from aubtt riptioas of 5 ahld be aped year 1352 Iviag in township 13, fast ,
action nlll'nrilt'flf for m-niLwrship ,
tI t uPaulAruau, ( t t \ (he year I IH. :, and, tha mricjsaiy: rapt n C 2G bounded North*, South and West "
I /i. ,f Mi-dtds. AlJermen. \.11# the continent. For above a year pas.artists have '.incident thereto, viz : a9 early 'J practicable, so as to eutiil members or.nrly East by the Riser Si. Joliua. by public Jasib '}

I ,1idUUtiua.. J ; been engaged exploring the most romantic regions 600 acres of land as3rssed to Jolin! B. Campbell I numbers oldie "Reporter.;' whic will be ''ortwilrdl' Unless taxes and 1'
'Mark the i of thU couotryt Canada and Central America fur ihe raid land 1.1 situated near the head of North Kiver 't, upon the receipt ot.lhe money.to auy part ale expenses are paid before day .( W'

e: f of City 'Council A. B. P.cet'1ffice; special l benefit of this work and its readers, and ihe being iu Town-hip 5 ouih, Range 29 [ at.. Thtlands of ihe country. '
.l Uie Council R. T. BOYD sheriff
and '
S. room. : ,. occuied above hundred view The Honorary Secret: ries will receipts foisubaciipaou ex-of.
now giv*
"/ Marital! ngraversare on a 's l are kn>>wn-ns the "Cainpbeirti Place. 3011( f Tax '
., + and CUrl of' tfa Market, JohnxVnJn .,North Ameican tcenery alone, which in due limewi.l acres of which is 2d rule and 300 acres is 3d rale .*,or remittance mar be made lo Palatka January 1st.Axset-soranJiftUeclorr.jC.1853. : '

u. :I' I bf laid before our subscrbers, in addition tooth rr 'and. GEORGF; DEWEY,
i '
M WARDENS, engravings( Euiopean Asiatic ,\flican and Australian Siate tnxr .due on said lands for 1653 $3.73. Coi-rexjHmding Secretary, Tex Collectors Salr.BY .
/. C, frlsfia, C".rlt.llall tr' Jos. E. Pomar. cities anJ landscapes, illustrated by animuide County tax nt 50 pet cent on Slate taxes $1,60. 210 Ch'e nut ISlnel, Piuladelpbiu. "
i ,I i", '. ; and interesting articles from the most popular writers.Twelve Unless taxes and expenses arc paidbetorr the day > .. virtue cf'the power vested in me by law
\ VCTJON Elm. !' numbers will compose a yull1 If'. Each volume ofpnle. TAUILl'rtetlnTYIIEI.IJl.rL I. ; l n 1 expose for salt before the Court Howe

+ '- :"0.Ceuu r,'N. P, Ferreira and J. A. Strischa. will contain four steel engravings executed in a The above gale is Postponed to the fiat Alpndayof $900.000. in Pitoika,described ou the first Monday of July, next, the

if i r _s> nMM high style of an, with about twenty pages .f eprrsr.Wts r June aril following property or so niui-h thereof is
THE 2T117T17AL, LIFE IXSURA C will pay the state and county taxes and
MERCHANTS.M.R.Andreu. U., U. CANOVA : heritTniidexofficio.Tax necrsusf
t 0.1AN doe
: Dealer put (the work at the low price of $3 t ihfsemiaiitiu.il lsser:o. and Coltt-clor. s. j. c. trxprn&ea thereon, to wit. .
in .Staple i and Fine OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL St.
U'tods,corwer of George and I'icolata ,Mar Dry; vulume,'ur 25 rents: fur n nil,!Ir. Oct. 30. .J.V2.Tax. Accumulated FUlld..NCJv.1st. 2000 acres 3d rate land granted lo John Brow
streets, 1849.S900- '
Let Square. number. All Jjub-Rcribers paying for Vol. 1 in l 000 securely invested io Bonds Iud Jur'fagh and doable taxed ant! advertised for aonpnymrn, of '

\ .;ura Rn"{ & Ilywk "Orner of St. 'George advance, will {lie entitled to receive u* u pnk. ; Collectors Kale. onrealeMatein, thi's6 y and Brooklyn, and stocks taxes South for half the of year 41KX Ib5d> Ixine! section 4tf and the

I Mid Treasury. L1au notary the superb plate enuruvt-d on steel 1 htitullerttif ztr ,\ ') virtue of :6r power meted in i me by Law ...f the Stale and City of, N.ew York and United, auged1 Tbrriboi a ,acre tract lyJag Jo towoshib- *It.

Kkrrouski B. Carr. Wholesale and Retail, dealer l lulan, 'Jilck m Oltjre,*,after,ho, (.de' D'I eliall C'I ; for Nile btfui r,the Court flu us e Htates Govrrrmwnt.ded "" 1 cub Jan"a5 traetboea< 4 "

r. !, oaf j tint qaality Ftmilliroceriea of 'al! ki d., lJ.I I- bnited picture; uV F.Lreilitet r,eugrn'ru J VuvTlie i Gi .'iattielcinftStAaga.twe! no ilrlhr;.n ionaay 4 wi7lay fad'' pi'd f1.1! ineiea ia'.b!t ti wile 6 sztt.u tthSE e .t uy

f \ q on u, NO.2 East aide Charlotte direct, Worth' Mftlztrol .., '11i 3..tbe 'rolt wJng' }esoibrJ"pn "Hr'bfa, :|' and pFoeiperona bUIIUe. !" .,. .t ::1 ,

f wl'iht I I'ublienquaref. publisher will supply{ pwinVn .number 'much. 'Iher..uf.u' will )jay thr' tnl" and county tax "s The Company declared a dividend ol' prorlts of fiftytwo R. T. BOYD s erRaid;

(Jtu.'Se IJurt. Uciler In Staple and Fancy Dry gratuitously in A.erun un4 HI,!IIIU+UT.*, and the .necessary expenses, incidcut. iherron. Towh 1 per cent on all existing policies on the 3UtuflJanuary. Tax AssesMir and Collector axo r
r. y.
., .OUdllV'If side 4f Charlotte strict. a few door und will uiiike lit>-rn| nrrinuciuHn.;* \vnh them : 144. ? Patatkn January l Ist, !83./ .

iniuth 411 Treasury Lane. lor ctrl-ulultne'lIE U IVtltSU: )1. Hi will :, ,.\ town lot| within lie limits of Si Augnstine nt a All iliu Profile are! divided amon?

.. .v/A M- ''Yakt"",,. Wholesale and Retell dealer also supply (;lobs ul, two pfr"im<" +'l t i ii.ilt..iAeurot : :pLce' ,cali ;,f :N'>rth Cnydirpiily; W't of n lot of ih r I III- 1.N111.ed. ''I"UJ tBY .Ii Utcth a Ault.

Dry.uud Louduud Grbcerfes. Grocery'.lore'on: the ; live pt" ,tIIS al l IU( ; nut! ol. a' lar>vf lair clu*.IO I''.tlt- n."'-$,-d'io'J' (J t'IlhglOllInd ailvcniMil I- The premiums payable in eahanouallr.st'mnuuolly. virtue of the veteJ in law I
*\ floor of the City Hotel_Dry Goods Store, number ulihaouinu rite. lot raft for uou p,)'|ptrnt of tnxtp fur Ip 1 5*} or quuru-riy, miete.i bring uiiueii on th.1t'rt'tI'J for power sale me by I .
C.iariotte xpoe before the Court il ia I
t street, Haward'n Building. IIJ..toS t.uesuud rx'pen o. urr.punl U>toie; day fit t 1':1)'III t"1It s. e
IICRMANNJ.. MKYKU rii.nkaon I the fir
\\lusft I" *1 Monday of nf'ztlhl" lot
'. If yY. Piakham. Dealers in lhrcaJiprrnciple this July '
adopted by
Fancy Company
sale.: >-
No. 164 Wiliiiiin. Nmv, i lowing -
Yurk.1.4i.ZINt (
tiitod. ':. opposite1 the t'laniers Hotel ou East ItlrrPl The above 1 Sale'ls-Postponed to'ihe fircIond..y -urt-xiotlip: 'pririi-tf for whose briieiit the iiisunu'cesareeJficteil properly or so much then> vl >.*will
.iileot Qurlotieslleet.; 1 the whole lor puy the time an.l county tasty aud uecessaty ex-
: ol JUIltl'JU'. iU. the advantages, without
Pedro Ueutt. Dealer Groceries, Provisions, Sit. ''ll.CAXdVA .Shoritrntul ..rti'-i'. ". .feub.ectmc ihem io thf heavy drawback accumuluinl m-iise thereon, tu wit.
air vl'Cuua and \ A piece of iand in the Town of
( au George Direct. *' : premiuiii Pnlatka. known
'1 1 \ .\"aeaeuiCulh't'tur l! > J. C. ,
F. J. Qriicy. Wutch maker and Jeweler, on p 'rgR80 rr.s'I \ ".. 01. 1 ft J .j .. Prr.tnsutaf eruct insuranc- their own live* designated on the map of wild Town as Block No. J
l ttcorge .rre'i. nearly opposite oliice of Ur. P ck. and the. lives of other. married woman can in- 22, bounded' East by 2d mrret, Wes by 3J stref, l

rhoi. Nfl..". Ketuiier of Boots Shoes, Ca pr. lIT The Bet and Cheopsl Lailies1 .Ha.alnt..LL lOaa litOKG 'r ""I' "I'Ei, cure the life of her husband,the benefits of which areKecuied South'by run in sheet,ami North oy madison SII't'tt.aup4

Ilitsaud'Ury Goods east side of Charlotte street, I A NEW VOLU.M h; oJ'lVii popular: 'peiiodiinil will tiEM. PlCTOUlAL by law bribe exclusive use herself or children i l: IuwJ| io be owned by Vaadenburg Giles Si "IJoffinun. ,t i
'j rorner of Charlotte sireetand Tfca.ury Lane. commence with the Janum, number fur, 1 le<5i.: winch TO ; :1\UOa'Ulat I'-CFUl* UntfM! taxi Dud expeiwea a repaid before day of ,',

', I tuioreneeAndteu.\ Tailor, Charlotte slreel, will be ready by the IsturOeceaibti', uuJ will, be theinott WOKKS, F- fit TIl". YK\K !IS:3. Clergymen and oil others dependent upon sat: sale. r

urur, tree Fort. superb ever published.TurireVi : iJi.uuO.DULLAltS A YEAH! urrepecijlly.invited ro avuii themselves of a re- 'R. T. ffOYDsheriff ex-ofi ';

1 I ; John Utiua. Boor maker, Charlotte street near 'aB sourer whereby ihfirsurvivingfamiitsmay beseemed Tajr,Aiwosor aud Collector .4
t r iic. CitV Hotel. i tvttly'OrlBfttal-lIttsazltte. ,w: ANTED: ( ia fvery county ,of the United Palatka: r. o. "
January 1st, J t3.
} Michael This is now the only Magazine that gives urii sal>1 Stated naive and einerpiing! ] men to engage rom the evils of penury. E .
Nellijran "
.It\'t'l. bo U>w TnrprnnceHall.-Cabinet i Maker, Charlotte articles trdutitely : Mrs. Ann a1, Su'phrna.'the editor in liar sale of color ur$ the best Book* in 1 the Life i'&IIlIphlelltJpllluatury of the principles of Mutual I : Tax CJllPcllJr. SIZES. "

Bartvto Oliperos. \ and all the best American writer*, are regular I cuu' tl,). Tom"ii-it t tood uddrt-fs, pop r Mng, g lu&urance.and illustrating, advantages, with | '
: Ui. Jlack smith and Guq Smithy contributors. More thrilling stories, tales and novels i'mull capital of frum H.).U IOU.tlueh in'luceuiriii forms of application,may .be obtained at the office 01 n Y virtue of- Ilk power vested I1.oe by law t I
near Aorta Gale
S .. of the City. 1 have appeared iu ibis periodical, in the last leu |, will lie off-red n* 'io enable them to make iruia $1 tlie Compuuy,33' Wallet., or of auy, of ftnaeraw. B> shall expire 'for sale before the Court HOILMMH. y :
-' : than in all tAr others TRUSTEES, I'lluika.ou the first Monday of' July nt"lt.l&e follow :
Rowling d years put together. The tone, ,to 8. n day profit.
Uel f .
F Bndier. C+,y Ilutef.t iquor. and Refreshments, by is that ot the higliot moral I puuty so that curry to III- I O" The Books published by 'us an all u.ful in Jos B Collins, David C Colden ing the ('escribed f/roperty or so much thereof as"ilffal ':

to t t'In tip Ifomet Retailer of ;ily. where there are daughters, should have it. I Ue-' their charat-ter extrtiuely popular, and command Win 'J Hyslop Alfred Edwards, due itate and i-ounty tuxes and necessary expenses ';
Liquors Refreshments, R MtCun'y, Win Bens th!reca.to, wit. '
A.C., Charlotte cetpts, patterns for eutbrurdrryauJ. everything useful large tales-wherever thy are orT red., :
Alley. street, o'i..l1e} UriJkr'. Bowl) : to the sex. appear mOIlI ly. For further particulars address'(pn taze paid). Ered W Winston, Joseph Blunt. A piece of land,in the Town of Palalka known or 'l
Colored Fashion* here Only. kOU :IT: SKA|{ ;. I'UBtls'itR, John Faber P Isaac, Peunon, designated on a ipap or plat.of said town aa shy North '
It+l William S.retl: iNew York Yelverton lItnryV.II., half of Block No. 23. bounded South by the South
OFFICE. Magazine now gives colored steel fashion Theo
February 5ilT ; lt'S3' St-Jgwick, Wm Moore. half of said Block. East bf 2d street W 3d -
t by
plates, this does. ,
Office as Fulllt'trer.pn'&I descriptions
oft\t Pitolulu Mail Stage. BriJier's City nc* Stacy Tollins, Zebedee ('oak, s treet,North by main street owned by the heirs of .
H',trl. ,> company each monthly plate. This is. in fact I the 'r 111'1'I 0, .\ John H Swift, Jonn Miller, J. Phillips. '
tex book of fashion, and indispensable all who John
to Wadatvorth
: : David A Comstock Unless
; Would know how dress II Subscriber, at the of of hisfiiend5 .* taxes and expenses are paid before day of
s .* CHURCHES.Ckurck. to elegantly,yet economically request many SDI Cornell Robert Shuyler, sale
Roma. C4Gulic It enables every lady to be her own dressmaker.viczzolinlfc hat been induced to undertake the tuition G out, M[Wilkins James Chambers
North aide 1fnDu111eD"I'ia R.T. BOYD sheriffand tx-oS.
of n Jii'nileJ number ot Pupils. lie 'herr fore conleuiplates John V
) L
aK..ificlIt and Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman
ref i i Tax
\Uf'8tlUr and Collector
Epiteup.l CAyrcb, South aide Monument square. j oilier EIIr.l\'lu;; .. :day ol!' UecemWr opening a School the on hou Wednesday'e recently the hi rat Fred Whitilesey Moses II Grinnell, Palalka.! January 1st; 1853, r. c.
Pf'Jliia{ Church Oa SLi \ The mezzotints and steel Charles Ely Win J Bunker !,
j Jeorge atreet, ngn vings, one of which as a law ptfice by Wf Forward.. E ,
q" John C '
1 pt.ath'o' )nquare. at least, appear in every number, are unnvalleu: for 'the,residence' of Judge E. B. (>oud.( Cruger Eugene Dutilh; Tux Collector'_,ale, +

; did Episcopal Ckmrtl. St.. George s reef, b eauty. In illiibtraiious, as, well as reading mailer, tie' wilt lynch a.:I":ne' "laementiiry bmnches' of nn Alfred Wslterioy, Francis Laihrop, BY virtue 'of jhe power vested hi. me by law t y

..u ....\ .o1l4 hlouaeThJlS iu.leed, ibis Magazine is without an equal. In f flct.I ,Euglio.i! )l I KJbuotion v%.-Sfjeh-ng. tradingYnt IIDg Pell. J 0 Thatcher, sItIl expose for sale befor0tbe Court House ia i

I this is the only illastratcdllagoziNe in the country and .Irithinr'ic. S ,5 JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. Pvldlka.oa the 6rs(_Jlondai ofJuly next.ihe follow

I : j COURT, EASTERN CIRCUIT i. vhiek tas steadily .iaerewl in cir vlaiioa every lie Hidals-u give iustrue"dne in the theory of S ISAAC A B BAIT, :ecrtary., jot tirscrtbrdproperty or so ranch thereof will) piT 1
.:,'q .' OF FLORIDA. ,tar/tvhieh proves.ht. superior it jot., urJOsseu BLc T. Counsellor. ihe *
F veyqg., avlg3Iiolld, Jliiis. 'I'i I10n':' R. slate ond.COU.Jtl taxes and necesaiyexp
T',," :. .r&IKO -UJt. ., '. '. '. o ;, Ttnu--VbeiJptSt"4I.! All. : "* '<" 'ftax" rai QiiABTFor. 'Elemrntatybrotices'S 'l bt, G.91|61 h.FAIKBAXXS, "I', Agent St. Augustine" "Fla.. 'tb /..), o, wit.1' ;_ H "_ .

ToCihe COintitspf, Orange 'k l-cJe,..t Mel'l' One copy for one.year,? doir.r.i ;'forthree'copi fJGpcr.quagrilafgnnnetA! ? ittyapcr. 2911,acres ooebilt2tlsad.ih oilier ha If 3d rat

.,'. rTdlr.un fro 'lint Tuesdayin '' i dollar ; for pve:'Copies 7'dojjars'1 and 'fifty cent ; 5ucrrittg! ,, &c $3 extra *, *"' CHARLESTON' A3ID' ,FLOUIDA land lou e tarul"grauteti lo1heilurof lrif.lat9) ;">

\ \1 For the coanty of 1'ptttadb at Pilatka.third, f. nesday, f for___eight' copies 10 dollars ; lurbixteec copies 20 dol ilitrryiulsriratelyprtgnanri,; $'G.QO' '"Y' U. S MAIL S i KATII-llS> '1 Pantom ailretcficJfurooa ,ibfot{ taxes jbet tS! '!
in Upril. 1IU1I. I Houre.ol. lunioa fiumItoh.U'chick: : year !852, bring section 37 39 and 40 private fuff'yin ,',

'. j for the cowi ty of Uarion.at Ocabj',fourth. Monday 5 PRMIUMS FOR CLUBS.-To trpaypeeon? get- ,. .JAMES M. GOULD: ,CAROLINAANDFLORIDi A. township 9 range 25 and! 25, and bounded North

of April..1 ling up <:Iabls. following fplenanf Premium.wil. r\c.\, 20 t, 1'.5'. ', 4&/ou-a w Palalka in 24 lu 30 lurs.: by'public %lands aoJ t grant of Thomas .&Hrii,

I; : For the county of Alachua at Newnansville, br given :-For a club of uiree or five, a pit-uuuin ,,1 on the South by public lands, onihr East by public
first MoaJay m May.for plate. 16 by 'J4 inchesa magnificent utl. 'F urn : The CAhOI.Ii.will land and,:rant of the Hein of Thomas Forbes a.do. '1
1 the county Cf Columbia/at Alligator;' "in the. club of eifiht, a copy of Magazine f fur Ih52, '.For QtJfl'li!., 1'.k1.t: S ,t :\ D S.nI..I a ,--. _. I leave CHARLESPNevcryay. ; the 11'eat by public lands .
JIt''codlund.. of a club of sixteen, nu extra for Ico3 : at 3 P.. M. tfI
Ma/ copy aud a pres- I-lfJI-.l.rj 1 ,Ke- Unless taxes and expenses are paid before datto) .
rot the couniy of Nasr. +aa.It Ntraau C. H.,'on the miuru plate, in nddiuou.I : 1Itlq tllt.t'rla1C1's KA tnwUlle. will leave PALT- sale. .
I A Jihtkfid. are now ret riving direct Uonday.7 A.
I Wednesdaybrtore the Dost.naidk to 11' every M-iPiuOLVTA.lO A. '
fourth aT.
l| R'T shrnffand off
nday ii May \tw BQYD, ex
I-M} u..k'a
lar full and
( -t For tbrei not y of Duval,*tt Jackronrthr.-on ClIARLfS.J.!' PKTFRSON.: ., 11(1",6 t :r. and ,coinpietr : \UKONV1LLK TuesJay. 4''d.ck.: A. M '1 ax'A'w'ssorsnd Collector 6
fourth Monday! of 11''I,. the'o.. *Chesinui Stieet. Philadeiphp' ; al'lliha 11t'.r'AI.L, land ll'I1'I'LR Gt IOu;t. Tne FLORID\ wilt leave CHARLbaTON ers try Patkn! ,January tat, 1853. ,..
'\ cutaplhllrn. twit Tue,.lny, at 3 P. M. .
t'or'tbe ,
cu uv of' 9t. J..hu'l, at St. Returning willl leave PA -----r rr-- '
e on \
|lilt srcuud Monday in.June. 10 LtilCGE k'l.,1,1't'Ejia.. : Dry taitsul., tJt'ut PriesH, HardtvareiBa LATKA every Thursday at 7 ADI ; PICOLATA', Ta'V.lIeetor'.Sulc. J

uVaeul>Ic Tract of Laud l.'reekcl'y. '- far t
TALI 7ERX. Sale.fg '110h'.t... Iltltt'uud : o'clock A,.M BYvirtueofthe power vested Jn me by
For ill. ffuqiKa: cf Orange and 8t. 1 HK: aubscnber as Agent ol the several 1 ow nrrs .ulkee UUdll" lupr' These Steamers > sale before the Court lionf iaPuiaiLa.
Lucie third Ar.
I i orl>rs for sale some of the connect with all the interior { the first of the follow*
Tue.Jay. before the first mq5. ralusbk la of on Monday July next
Monday aids Stages Haul Florida
in Novena \td in (fact and
rte bast t'9rry.Ihirit usually{ found in" connect botH with
in .,eh and ., 'rar. in Florida to wit : coat uy the New Y. way tug defcribed property or *o uiut-b thereof a* wj'ipny+1 ,
.ry 1
Mote, nit! .1( which{ +r. Steamship
800 Will be be Auld l I for t-h Carolina Kailroads au,1the .
aCt&Yalu.Lle hammock land UV i of Flem- : nt Irs:un- the state todrvuutylazrytnda'rcertatyexproaadutitrrrun *
:or toe county of Putnam, at Pilaika.; ; the last ingtou, known as the Gihbs Lands Marion :*'1.1.} j lu'o'I": .a> we ''et-I.'unfi.rt' lIl wr ca" oflVr Wilmington Boat tu wit il
:Tuesday before the tat, Monday of November. (;u. ',,:1.1:0; io ((5 cheaper than Par 1 100 acres near the Alachua known'as : ;per eul. can be found in $a.-
savanna Job
l I For the c uniy of tit John's, on the first Monday' the Garry Grant. this: ,miirket: Give! us a call aid satisfy fCJurael v Picolata. aud Pa/aria I U. 204 seres 3d rate land doable taxed granted to *
in Nwveutber. ,, UV would also For further iriicular JlidJlrtoirj.being section 40, private surveys in towa
I the p .
apply '
1400 attention of to
in : Felasco Lades
acres so 'to .
it For -the county of Natsau. Thursday before ibe nansville. known as the Lawtpn i'ammock Lands. near 'New-, our Siotk of J. W. CALOWELL. harleston. ship b range 4 27, and bounded on all sides b| pubfef ,

third Monday uf..Novemberf .dondo Several Grant.; l tbuus antl acies good' and in the Ai rr- I'. Df RE GOODS BELLECHAaSK&.FlNEGANJacisonv K..K- REID, Palatka. feb 2 >. lands.Unless taxes, and expenses are paid before day ofG 11 f

t a d" 111 n eh'ed. iS 7000 Halifax toneirtingof de Lames. Poplins printed muslins Alpacus sale ,
acrrson River. South of :'I. AD. iuihanu, f'ngh-b and auiericpn Ac. lluzurn Brti R. T. BOYD. .hf'rUhnd ex off
tvDur Bum CordiAls Rose prints "be. Ac.
; Water. Fig Paste.ainariiidf .' gusnne,known as the BuJow Plantation| ,. .
havn >
8th1 Collector frPftlntka.
r .0 Essence Limon & ,Peppermint, acres of open land suitable foreane and eotu;,,, ,'Frb.il .' ". it HOWK.. Illdol.ble Ink..ntrd with Razors preparation, Wade & January Tax l>t, Assess 153. tiod. ';.
i "tticl", savory orange pe-l. cinnamoa. 'ginger, sage, ,And several other, bodies of hammock laud sorted set ready M use. As 55 -
i thyme nutmeg, peach, yea-I pjwders. mustard, hone navigable Wlt fI. I. -' ou' brushes Cutlery, Sci&wra Accordeons. shaving soap, ,'
tsltsh, Vicklt'8 esprr. &.c. ". The tides are undoubted and PUblic nct-tlusf.-PriT ate Rooms Sin ling boxes, straps, combs hair bn shm steel key j Stationary .'
terms low
\ I B;Ci R R. I: tQ CEOrK. FAItt 1NIS-A PP, Jat. tempunl9. .purposes, alwa Jjo48tf t in rings, tweezer,. corkscrews, patent glasa ink stands, RECEIVED by Brig Trepont ;aa excellent t sr ,

,. .I'M*.fi iJt11 'Feb 28, IRW St. Auju-tin ',Florida.I J. readiitetas. at tke Ma Res uiu BtUtaC snorted t steel pen*,fish..lines*." books.. cotton twine or prime 8tatfoajl. 'ot **"" S J'
Nor. J Z *, MIRANDA *' B.' CARE ia cl description tot IaJt II' .\) 1'/
Feb J6, &. e e iR s iYiir :

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